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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY; Braid's Best and Braid's Big 4 Coffees Cannot bo beateti in quulify and price Bulk coff('�8 fieahly ground to oriler Nelson Praser PHONE 21 LETHBKIDOE o:o;o;o:o:o:o:o:o:oTo:o:o:o;oKoxxo:o:^^^ Meats,Poultry and Game TJnsurpasBeil in excellence. -We supply tlie beat the uifirket stfonla. Oive ua a trial. Piche & Miron IVleplione No. 1 No Uooni on Top For More Quality The W. C. T. U. THE MOUNTAIN PATH. AgriicB Florida Chalmers. 1 {oiinil a |>ath upon ihc niqyntain- Hido, Winding nnd long; 1 found II path upon the moiintainside, .\nd, with a song, Began my Journeying. I prayed to -� so� Only the vordnnt, sunny peak aheod of me. Trusting' the rupged ranuntain path, my slow .\nd paini'nl stt'ps I did not count, and lo! l^thor, o'er JnggCd rocks, I ivi.'ifhod tlu! siin-crowncd height, .'Vnd Riiw Thy K^ory in the wondroua liKhl Of Truth. Safe on the heights, mine eyes now now longed to The itoiipomc path my feot had climli-,^ ed to Thee; fiut lookinp: fur, it aecmed n glorious V. WO.V, , -..y . I.ovc-hnllowed in the light of (ailing �'iny; Kaoh jagRotl roek Iwlow apfieai-ed to lie A giiido-posi, pnliitiiiR to ICtprnil.v. StrathcoM as He ii "Whnt is your opinion of ii girl who marries a dninkard to reform I him?" writes a wontan corivspondont i I think it a very silly girl who will i do such n foolish and dangerous thing. Many girls have made thi* fatal mistake. 1( a man doesn't think enough of ti girl to'give up liquor Ixffore he is married, he will /' never jIo it afterwdrd. It is a ser -ions enough business for a girl to marry a soIkw man. It would Iw a icrimo to marry a drunkard. What i could she promise herself tied to such ju man lor life? I would as soon roar-i ry.a lunatic as adrunkard. The most pitiahic thing in the world is a half-for better quality beer than the Al- starved, raggwl family of a drunken burta .Pride l�rand WouUl wear out a v retch. Then there is grave danger oaaeof abo�>a in the aearoll for it. Itjof the Lhitdren inheriting the craving is a dear l�eer-to brew, an acme ljeer;for strong drink. to buy beuauae it ooata no mure for { It .has always struck me as a cur-your purchaainB than inferior gooda ious fact that girls seldom if ever We deliver case lota right at your inherit a taste for lif|uor from a door free of extra coat. i drunken father. It is alwayii the I , , J , -J i lioy. I'ossibly this is caus^ by the Lethbridgd Brewing Otldifrtrenee m hrmging up a boy and Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDCE 'STOP AT THE a girl. The latter is not suhjectwi to the many temptations of the former. If the girls of this country would organize clubs and resolve never, to . keep company with a man whodrinks |�� he often does vhen engaged i intoxicants it might serve to check the deplorable halilt. It could do no harm and the girls would at least be oh the safe side. If a man shows IIthat be loves whisky better than bis girl .she liati better beware of marrj-ing bim. My advice is to drop him lik� a hot potato. So good can ever coinc from such a union. On the contrary, nothing but trouble will re- down in sorrow to an early grave by uniting her iil'e with that-of a drunkard. There is nothing on earth that will make a fool of a man so quickly ns strong drink. It robs him of his manhood and changes hlin to an ill- _� tempcrenald Hmith. The spike conipleteii ihe Canailinn Paciflu In the terrible Ilye .year.s of its build-ins, from 188Mount Donald and Mount Stepte�li'y' ;� : Since th� 'cicitnpletion of the Canadian Pacili(^|BililWfly, Lowl Stralh-co'na'a appea'ranee 4ias acaroety altered: At thJ^yirBsof eighty-four, says a writer irt Tlw World's Work, his eyes are'as clear aatHny w�re thirty .years afn/ Mis form: is slightly bent with iigc. but he still, walks with firm and steady slep. - He hi-jk."* n-cely and brightly, on (he-'topics of tin* duy> though never cdnraiivting hiiii.siiU on 111-4) ter.s ofsiate; and he alv Hy.sinuliea his visitor-feel at ea.s,' from (lie moment he begins conveisui loii (o lih; time when be bids hi in a cheery "aood-by." It is this sense of iwrsistcnt kindliness that has won for him stich a host of fricnda. Once you have ex-I>erionces it you can well understand ,\vhy the King and Queen of Kng-land dispense with nil formality , whei� he is concerned-why they call j I him "Uncle Iionald." You feel that ! {ho is "irncio Donald" to you and to ! laff people who come within the circle ! of bis iriendship. This characteristic j sums up the man as he is to-day. I There is one Utile feature which { may mc^iiik^miich "or: littloi but which a visitor io.'l.ord Strathcona cannot but notice* When iitdoors hr filwnys wwfrs a tittle brown hat silk, daintily crocheted, on the Jlop of his head, to cover, the place .viicie the once abundant hair has disappeared. 'Why he* wears this little cap' ; r.u-iKKly soems' to know, but there.-HLKt be .aome,n>a�unvof no ordinary natv bo some reason of no ordinary nature, for it gives.hiinTa great deal of trouble slipping over his head whenever he turns with a quick .ovemcnt in a conversation which interests him. Jio always balances it again care -fully: It may be some igiH of the oldcA days, some memento of a faithful Indian friend during his long and lonely sojourn in the Canadian wilds or H nuiy tie the work of his wife's hands. Certain it is that some interesting history attaches to it, and that I.oi-d Strathcona sets a high value on the little sc|uaro of worked silk. I.oi-d .Strathcona .sits close by his visitor, nnd sometimes lays his hand on your knee with a gesture of po-ternal frieiKlliness. At other times he will lean back with folded arms. *Farui Harness. Concord Harness. Straps, etcalwaya ofi hand. K.Rod has plainly said no �iirunkardcan Stock Saddles idiivct cuii.sc uf more cnines ami tin-^ I happy homes than any other, one evil i.on earth. It not only destro.vs the 1^, brain and body, but damns the soul. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. etiridp Saddlery Co. (Successors to,Horner �^ Hutchinaon) BOOKS \0 FOH PROVINCIAL RAllV. LIII- enter hoiiven. The victims of alcohol are to tjo pitied. There is absolutely no hope for the drunkard Kdinonton, May 10.-The first prcs- oithcr. on Aliierta provincial Ii- earth or in heaven. They are shack-1 to hand yestewlay from led hand ami toot to the devil with jMr. John Ross Robertson, the pro -chains of stoel. Xot one man in 50 P'io�o'- �' 'ho the Toronto Telcgi-am. ibas the will poux^r to break away |l'he gift is a copy of Morganls Can - | 'without help. Then, ten chances to | �''�" Men and Women. Mr. Robert-lone, he will go back to a. The '*tWr *hat accom- !stamping out of this vile tiafflc de- I>�ni�l Uie'book that hi-intci-est in WWt#W##W#WSfW��WWf� pends largely on our t^omeu. They t"" m^^ry had iK^en pronnrted by the ^ ought to IH� as particular as the men. !'��t that a former city editor the What man in his right mind would iTelegrom had been appointml 'i  > iraariv a woman drunkni-d? imagine |�' the province. In self-respecUng, decent man escort- | Mr. Buchanan thP librarian, i�ia^ ing a blcared-eyn.!, i-eelipg woman I �^'��ary of the 0. �. A. /^IV^ . FRED. ROONEY, - PROP, GOOD ACCOMMODADON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC �CELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATW RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA j along the street! When W'H women ! Ipnrn to insist on the high moral I Standard in man that men cs(pect in ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors RatM $1.50 and $2.00 ptrBiy FUEE BUS MEETS ' ALL THAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN .OONNEUTION FOR SALE Foi- Sale-.\ cori-ospondencc course in good school. Owner uiiablo to go on with it. Apply toUox O, Herald offlca. FOUND. A aum of money on May 9tb. Owner can have taoie by proving property and payinf for thia ad-verCiaeoiiBht. Addr�aa Bos. 331, Lethhrtdg9. , women'/ In my humble opinion men will rise or fall to the lc\cl of wo-'men. Set the standard bifih ami Insist op man coming up to it. One standard of morals for both man and f'oman is whnt wonjnn should insist on. ' ' MlVARD'a ONUTKNT USKD PY miYSIOIANS. hdKai!:s STRAYKD. 8ia rew.nrd will.bo-paid for the return of three horses, vi/.., one mare liffhi bay about 700 lbs'., one colt i years old, tiurk bay about 1000 n�s.; one nuirfl two .vears old, sorrcH. all ai^ brandod S; I) on left .shoulder and vented by (^anw letters .inverted on left hip. �,:.'� J. MORfiAX. I�thbridfi^' McKenzie&Roy ELBCTRICiANS Jtealera in Elaotrical appliancet, Motorr, Private Talephonaa, An-nnnciatora, Electrotiera, Shade*, eto. ConauU at for ecouotuiotl hotiae lighting. _ Oifioe-Uedpatb St. UibWidtft Mobertson was president of .;|�*t �t-ganizatjon. He also ;r an NOTICE. tb� a?. DO YOU WANT INSURAMCE? IF SO, SEE US! -   We have a number of the best Board Companies carrying on business in Can^ ada. THE'  C.B. Bowman Agency Post Office Block Liat your proi)erty. witli ua. Lethbridge Phone 200  50,000 Acres of God*$ Green Earth to aelect from, either choice full wheat and irrigubla farina, improved and unimproved farma or building Jots. High, dry, healthy, which alwaya meana "worth in-apection." Call and let ua ahow you our mapa, then 'take you over the ground. For profitable iuvest-meuta and aqiiare dealinga, rely upon this ofhce. 160 Acres Well Improved Land 3 mfles fi*oin City Fine new house, atables. outbuildings. corralH, about 40 acres under cultivation, all fenced and cros's-feneed witJi cedar posts, and three wires. $53,500. \ cash, balance 2 years, at 6'per ceut. This ia a snap and is well auited for a dairy farm, etc. Send .for our map and pamphlet. We can show you over any of uur farm and city proijerties in our � automobile. North Ward lots, jtiat near school and witter main, 173 each. 910 down and $5 per month, inter-(.'st at 0 per cent. These are aelling faat. When gaa is struck these will be worth $125 each. Eakm (& Matthews^ ud Investment Brokers Lethbridge, Alta, Oilice-Round Street, alongside Hank of Commerce. Phone 182 rtihbridtte IroB Olorte Co., Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights - ' Z TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES ValvM Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal TAKE NOTIOF. that under provisions of St'C. 238, Ohap. Revisad Slatutea of Canada. 1006. |THIHUTIC TO FATHEjfl LACOMBK the Canadian IHiclOc Kailway Com-1 mmmim pany intends to apply to the Itoard j His �Pariirtiioncrs Praise His Woilv of Railway Commisjiioners for Can-; and Make Ilim a Pivspntntion. da, after tha expiration of four : weeks; fromnhe date of the first pub-! An interesting ovont took plaoo boil-e:r repairs of all. kinds qOMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED nf Chri.s'liiinit.\', wi-rc eulogized. nt Ucatii^n of this notice, or so soon ' the Catholic Church on SiuuIm.v., (o. Ihtfiaiflttr as the ppHcatiun can ije 'inornlng last, says tho riiiohor C'leolv i{,.v heard; for -nuthorHy to conittiuct, 'Kcbo. At the conclusion or tlic roti-inaia^ain nnd operate, a branch oijular s.>rvict', Itov. Fnilior l.i.coinho the Vanadian Fadfic. Hallway com-1 "as ""'o t''� recipient of a v.iy maaclBf at points on ltd Crows N'est I handfiome rclohranf chair ami a Brandi^in Section at. Township 7, i^-neeling Raaga ta, West 4th. meridian, In the Pravinca of AUwrta, aad running tron tlMHiea la a South-westerly dii-r mion to a point on aatd Section; thalibatjoh of which MM proposed i I''M, and one in Knglish la-om tho Lrspch iaaiore particularly shown on : �'In8l'�h spoakins nwmhors of the coii whitlt was road by -^Ir- rspcb IS aipre particularly, shown on a map or plan, profile �nd book of ' Rregntimi i�>�r*nc�,.'doposjtod In the Calgary .1. Mooi�. Land Titles fJfWce on tha isth day of j ltth addresses wore April. A.D., 1907, aa Vo. "Ry.OS"; most feliclious torins. After welconi-Botiee o( which deposit ie aieo here-: ini; the lie v. Father homo ngnin, ilic by giv�n pursuant to the provisions ndflwus i-efened to the appreciation of the sahl aeellon. nnd i-ocoi^niiion C. DRfXKWATKB. Secretary. Patad this a4th Pay of April, A. D. � xwr. . .)|. (he hardship.^, rliinger.s nnd advoii -ture.'i exiwrienccd l)y him in .venrs gone hy while endeavoring to bring Iho tt'ilfl refi man into the fold of (ho christian rolis'ion wecc roiorivtl Mention was nl.so made of the Fiither'.s nolile work during the time of the terriiile sniall-po.\-.scourge of '70, of the inflnence ho exercised over the BInckfoot.. Hlood nn}ich nnd nsHociate -spared to mjoy the twilight of your noble lile 111 your beloved hcmutage n1 Pincher Creek, among the poopio, you .�io wvll love." \ Fitting acknowledgement was miida by Father Laeombt. ' Accontpanying these gifts were two addresses, one in French from the Fivnch .speaking memliers of the con-i;rcgatlan which was road by Mr. 1'. couched In which huositive and: coitaih. Itching, painful,'protruding or blind piles disap|>enr like magic : iiy its u.so. Large nicklc-cnppeii glass jars .'iO centi. Sold by .1 U. Higin-liothahi 4c t.'o. Wanted. Alwut, 40 Aoret, olotw to city, to > sul)-divide by purchaser jw.itb, $.j,000 cash � to pay down. ,^ ^'-^''^jfr| Oi\e loetttion. pijoe aiMl fa�iit > 46 ;