Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
�tale. E. Adorns announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber Business DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRtDOE OfnrS-0,11, Hours-11:00 \r\ ii-.no noon; .1:00 to H'.iKi p. fa , 7 3 �to 8:30 p. nw 'IVIrpu.ise-OfHcv 118. Il��|.|*nre lf�!l OR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AWD SUROEON OWcs nnr ttlglnbotham's Drug Siore Phono Office J as. House �4. Olnoe aeurs-u to 11 a.m., l.tO to 4.SO p.tii,, 7 to I p.m. Rambling Reveries TOO MlH'H OF A LADV. -Dr. F. H. Mcwbutn Office-Redpath St. cor. Bardstt Honrs- Before 9 a.m., t-0 p.m.. 7-8 p. in. Sun.lnvi 1�0 to !.*� p. ui. Telephone 41. On Baroness Road, east or r=? the Coi.rt House Give Him a Call. W. S. GALBRAITM, M.D.C.M. (McfiHD PHYSICIAN, HUROION AOCOUCHER Office-Bnrdette St. Phone SI Hours-Before 0 u.ui., 28, 7-0 p.ai A. W. McVittie Dominion Lund Surveyor . Will dovolo liIB entire lime during , the summer to laying out new! townsites. Coiitriu'.t piio�s on application. jH^OfBce lit Hih Ooaldale Hotel Lethbridge. Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons ' ilufn, yltl the Ufa o( the mother be >fflMt*lt Iti thai of her child. ] The advent of spring flower* and | balmy days warns us of the woeful 'fact, that the rein of terror to man-ikind is ht hand, when the thrifty Jhovuiewife will nrin herself with nil i necessary equipment* nmJ proceed t�� i throw o|ien the floors nnil windows, 'order the stoves to be carried out, When lOveh, the Harden was plucking !�� l�rn -vnu'-" hltlisi-to peaceful aboil* �t.� 'Into as uncoiwoi'Uihlw place iih could uie rose , . . 1 And enjoying the Kilen walks shady '* Why should we hasten wonder If ever she turned up her j com,,'� ��*' Oils l"���h- osy only to worn the l>>ril or the household to gather up nn extra sup-ply of patience and ahtde the ' time with becoming fortitude. For as the rain and mud are harbingers of the bright, merry, Joyful spring, with its .birds, buds and blossoms, .so surely j will this disordered house l>e trans | formed under skilful hands into a fresh, clean and pleasant home, l'oneo and onler will once more take uptheir abode nntl the strains of "Home Sweet Home" will sound all the sweeter for the temporary disquiet... Offices-Ott block. 'Phons 141 Dr�. AlcCltirc Jt Stewart Vl'ROKON DENT18TH Office-J. 1). Higinliothaiirs new block. Office Hours 9 n.in. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. ever nose And sighed, "I'm loo much of a Indyl". 'Too much of n fndy,' dear Adam, to work; A helpmate was made to be itetlcd, You keep things In order; I really must shirk Though the fact, dear, is deeply re-grot led." To-day she bus daughters whose deli-catc hands Are wholly unfitted for Inlxir; It almost fuligucs them to flutter their fans When they languidly call on a neighbor. Their mission on earth Is to gossip und dress, And live upon life's sweetest hon-i ey; I And they haven't n unless Their masculine bunk falls money. THK BLt'KS. (Jot the blues, did you say? Sure enough! A genuine attack, ami the I sun shining bright In the heavens, and not a cloud to be seen. Well! WollI Oomo, my friend, shako your-bother or trouble *e,f together. Oo out Into the sunshine andlook about you. Is Hits a in | time tor the blues'? See how glee-ifully all nature is mulling. Don't growth slid iiniliil'lllg "f wheal Iw-gin with .(tine nntl end with August, or early Autumn. Preface these months with n moist, Inie spring mid nothing can lie more certnin, burring accident, tlmn ii generous harvest. This �ns shown In ii marked Wiiy In MniiKobu in IHHH. When the Peace lllver Trenty Commission, of which Mr. Mnlr was u member, left nitiog in the Inlter part i.f May imich spring work was st.H undone. Tin. llrst, steppe vviis In ninny nisen swimming in water, the skies IimiIi-ii. Hie weather so unpromising (but some feai' was fell us to ibc Issue. When j the purty rescheil Alberta n fev dnys nftev, they found tho wheat ue|| up, anil menially conirnnt��d the east nml the west unfavornbly to (lie former. Nevertheless, that, whs om� of Manltohii's llis-st yenrs; hut not markedly so for -the region whirh had the early spring. The two factors In all growth lire of course heal and moisture: and I" view of this, the e-X|Kirleiiced fnrmer hits few utisgiv -ings over n late spring. It dufcrs work of course, but It means niols lure and heal toget-her when the heat cynics. As a mailer of fuel, owing to our long summer days mid n native vlmir In I he. Hull Itself, it Is almost Incredible how lute In the season some grains nntl roots may be sown and planted with success. It Is not necessary lo project tlie sowing of barley or the pluming of potatoes into the month of .July. nniiwcrs and Surveyor* Hiuiuliothiiiii Block, Lethhridge F. T. BREWEt Funeral director and Embalmer UETHBRIDOE. ALBERTA �*> Province ot AlUrta. lying South etthe Korthera boundary of Town-aaip 3d and in tho Southwestern portion uf th� I'rovinca of Saskatcb-ewen. l,eaace shall be for a period not eie�*d;ng 21 years, and no ieaMshail eavar a greater area than 1U0.004 auras, l^a^ds leased ar� not subleot �o homestead entry or aala, but the Mlalatar of tlu Interior may cancel *. laaimhold, or any portion thereof yaiv'Oj th� lessee two years' not if. The rental chargeable is two a.ata par. acre per annum. A lease *annot granted an applicant unless ha owns one head of cattle or Ave head of sheep for every 00 acres applied for, and the lessee shall In-reaae his stock bo as to be In possession at the and of three years of . f, ene head of cattle or nv� Iwad of I Wiudowplmtiie, the niodtirtt trana-ekMp for every 20 acres leased, and lucent kIiish docorutioii. ahaII maintain stock in thi� proportion during the continuanco of tho lease. Hhevp-gr.tting Is permitted ou onl.s a portion of the tracts above refer- > red to. A map showing the sheep j grur.ing districts mny be secured on | application to the Secretory f the j l>�pginniug of .luiy the as there hns liecn In the post. hordes swarmed nwny east without And what h face! You'll spread luying th.dr eggs and Mr. V.�lo r,,,- j,,,,, ,)u. futura without tlespair; you cannot [summer for ripening. Su,i, , disas-ii-rossa bridge until you come toll, ter, ih,. writer hns hen rd old resi-Too much of a ladv to own a grand ;!��'t "�m>w your mind over things de,t� s,>. ou.c I.�pih.,,^i sulll>. iilty hourl * Ithut cnnnt�t be holped. Live confld 1 yenrs ago in Hie oldest Hriiish set- To I s> n true daughter or mother; j "Ht 'n lhe l"-e�ent. The past cannot Heme,,i on Hie North Saskatchewan. Too much of a lady to bear the brave !"�* >* remedied, and you have yet, It w�* not .1......f co,ls,. ,, ,,. ,,, |(arl i to try the future. Xow la when you | suitableness That ne'er en a Is- Imrnc by another '��� ��� " >�>� ��t at all. Sow is , |ng h��l l�s Hy fashion or birth milte too fine lor i when you must Isj happy it yon es-jby the Freiuli on the ,u.in river this earth tn onJ�>' yourself. So do not long Insure the compiest. with which When U corn.*' for the judgment's '""lie. Korce yourself to lie careful, it msum. to have ei.....d. Iiexiv.sl hy is near at hand. Call and see our lists before prices go higher If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agent9. Barnes % Cooke ROOM 7. OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 Or flounce through the streets, gazer to please. Is leng too much of a lady looking at yourself long, walk forth in Clod's pure atmosphere, ttlve a hearty good day to every man ami wonianyou meet; * smile and a nod Too much of a lady to darn hose, , Or govern her house with acumen; Too much of a Indy, wherever sh-* i goe�. To ever lie much of a woman! The must I hi that God made are useless to her. Kxcept to be wrnpiicd up in satin; And ns tor nn intellect- she prefer A bonnet to mastering Latin. Provincial Lumber & Manufac'g. To. Ltd.. Muiittfiifttirara, Jobbora and DpuIits General Wood Working Factory WHOLKSALK -RETAIL Luinbi-r. Doora. Saab, Mouldings. Turnings. Shingle- Lath, tVilnr Posts, and nil kituls of Buildiug Supplies. - .lustin Cur Crows Neat Lime -C�r Buffalo Itruiul Portlund Content TRY WM. OLIVER t : ----roR- | Everything required in the construction of a Building, | Lumber and nil kinds of Mill Work ......- '�� mi ix Do not wind all your money to Calgary and Crunbtook. * of the Region, f,,. f,,,.,,,., T ]i�.)p Ul j,,na up Lethbridne and � local industry by ptitroiuziiig X a carried on Mi,e.-ssfuiiy Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. x X i Meet* in Oudrelluw*' Hull ���ry �i\U7 I 1 ljful" u�* roll our "One has i.,.ii noteil for its superior quality. General Teaming. wrlco'iio. V. Bennett. KU. E.V. Doole sari WILLOW BRANCH HEBBCAM LODGE, NO. 3 Whon you rvipura your giiruonB i fnut|U Thl,rw1 If the mother would have her children susceptible of training, lot her make her own life whnt it should be. Let pure and holy thoughts Ml her mind; grand and noble deeds enter Unto her life. Just aa surely as "like , produces like" in the vegetable king- conforming to I be natural law ' that oil grain naproxen vbe nearer n reaches lite Umii of Its growth. The | nnn-rl|k�nliiK season referred lo wns simply one of lliose freaks or processes of nature which no one can I'ry account fur-unlikely lo lutppen. Win , which, in lhe course of time, might 1 hnp|ien again. Imleed sik-Ii a ilium i us an overwel season in this region ( is ns llltle to !� diviu(eij as lUought , -the skeleton In our farmer's closet At our iv.pie*t, Mr. Muir one of the j Success!\e years of drought |,1V|. |,i|>-eurllest t'linudluiis In the North j pewed here Jusl as they h,ve liap|s-n West, bus furnished us with some 111 every when'. Mr Mail's r,.co|l,c notes bearing upon our weather' Hon in t'pisu- t'amidu carries him churucUiriHtics which will lie of in- . buck to Hie Ci^mean Wur. when Hour lorest to our renders. lie ssys: thtough successive years of drought , "The past winter and the present Kuiikiik mid NcluusWa were n.-arl.x de-� spring furnish together the most un- |iopulaied by h within ,ommui> loxiiectetl oiul theMore the most per- , reeonoctlon, mid some of the great ploxlng weather conditions known to cut wheal growing region* on earth the oldest timer in Hoiith Alls-rtn. are blighted by it at this .....nwiil.; The severity of the winter mouths Such calamities tilt Ueiutily upon � hus lK�n rivulhsl in the past even communities for a time, but count hero, but only at long Intervals, as for nought in long process of for example in IH8� und 18>�-: J"* thin indomitable energy. iiesiilcs. 6-i~$&*&i>4\Gj*4-$>*o oooe #00 000^ i> mm -- .aaaaaaaM. T B r WE are selling more beef by the quarter than ever liefore. Nice three-year-old steers. Buy your beef 'now, while it is iu prime condition. P. Burns & Co. Inipcrator ITiiius and. Bacon. Telephone i�J. B E E F l'^^^4^^p^%> blm la tha f tale ..... ' i\f af hie homestead, iba rasatreaieioa aa ta j realdaaca war se aadaded s; raaldeace tiaen A good general servant (or small I the said ism. * -i .1 , .-,4 ..in...^__�_ ! Sis meaba' aoilce Is v/rldnf ebould be 1 ivaa family in the prettiest village in , ,M oaatmu^ioaar .r oooitatoa l.o.i. �, tbe mountains. Wages $20 a mouth! �� er tataauea to aye); iw satest. w. w. ooar. Ba�sit af Iba Mtslalar af iba laterler few, if any in this region can remember such a winter ns this, foi -lowed by such a spring. For once our climate seem* to have gone back on us, and to slum' in vlcissHudeN so singular, so widespread upon I lie continent, Hint motcorlogiciil science ucvim haJTlcd to account for them. Conjecture In therefore busy as lo the futuix', that is to way. with the l�ro�|X'Cts lov seed time and harvest. In our own A. F. KBAPFEL, Elko, B. C scieiui' is stepping in to assist in the piesnrtulioti of moisture. � . - � � � I*t me send you free, for t'uturrh. Just, to prove liSJrlt, a Trial sUe lha of |�r. Shoop's-Cutnrrli iteuvtly ll is a snow while creamy, healing antiseptic bslin Containing such hcai lug ingredients ns oh KucHliptus. Thymol, Menthol, etc., it gives in stent mid lasting relief to Catarrh region ploughing bus of the uhhc sud Ibrout .Make the � t � MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. � it >L�L�M-l�lslJilslal'il-l8iBlM! &]--- been going on for so vera 1 weeks, and free teat sud see for yourself whnt some seeding too, but with irritui ,ihla preparation can ami Will iiccom ing interruptions of keen frosts and pl�h. Address Or. shoop. Hudim. flurries or downright storuui of smwv Wis. Large Jars SO cents. Sold try i that in point of time springw r� -I. fi. Higin'h'tham & Vat. is behind all previous record. This - - - Ik breeding consiiierabla anxiety in' li. U liny luis been elected uia.sor tits minds of some, and misgivings m Die new town of Haysiniul by m-uiv felt as lo the ripening of wheal clanuii ion. sown at so bile u |>criod us may lie - 1 necessary this year. Hut spring, no matter how mild or geniiil, affords un uncertain forecust of the prasiwr-ity of wheat. It is tho summer months that are concerned in this, and experience bus shown . that a buckwurd-that is to say a cold and wet spring plays directly into sum-.mar's hand. The hundred days more Mi IKK Ml'I'I.KS. j A cur* uiuy Is* effected i,y applying J (Jhambcrlain's Salve as mini as thej child is done nursing. \Vjp, a off, with a soft doth before allowing the child to purse. Many truiuud nurses i usa this salve with the best results. ! Price 36 cents per hox. Sold by All j AN OLD TIMER ----WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF Ligi'ORS AND 010ABS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and �onviuce yourself thut I am ttp-to-tlate. ' " ' The elea��st and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. . . '.' GEO. HOUK or loss required for tha forward 1 Druggists.