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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta e granted an applicant un-lass he owns one head of cattle or llva head of Aeep ^r every 60 acres pplied for, and the lessee shall in-riaaee his stock so as to be in pos-MasioB at the end of thrae years of aa head of eattia or five bead, of keep for every 20 acres leased, and �hall aialntain atoek in this proportion during the coBtiauaBce of the skeep^raBiBg is permitted ob only  pottloB of tihe tracts above refer-BMd to. A map sbowiag the sheep Srasiag diatricts may be secured on ppnsation to ibe Secretary f the Itepartment of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORTt. JllVVty of the Minister of Interior. K. B.-Uaautnoriaed publication of 4hla advertiaemeat' will not be paki for. Lcthbridge, Lodge No. 2. i 0.^0^ OF. II��U In 0a-:k-.' mith coal.' LCTHBKIDCE, ALBEKTA letbliFidge linaDCial CSX Realty Co. V. :  BenlEstate, Financial and In. Borance Brokers. kJHre Insurance a specialty. >8ee OS when your next policy ..V expires. � � � R.V.GIBBGNS %v>^?y Managaiv Letbbridge Office, Ott Block Phone 222 Dm. McClur� A Stewart BUBaCON OENTI8T8 Olfice-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. P. W. TULLER PHTSXCIAK AND SUROEOK LSTHBMOOS oa�s Ott noek. �o�rs-41:00 te lt:00 aeon; t-.OO to t:M f. �.{7:|qi�S:Wr. m. TMepkMe-Oflee �. Ilaatdaate IM DR.C.C.CRAQG nrSIClAM AWD StJROEOlf I's Drag store 195. Boaa* 94. to U l.M to 4.M pjm.. T to t p.ak r Ramliling Bemics Bt a Dibamu. Dr. F. RMewbum Offlee-Bedpnth Si cor. Bnidett. Honm-Before 9 n.ni.. S-Sfkin., 7-8 pTnT 8nndays-2.80 to 8.30 p. n. Telephone 41._ �.S.GALMtAlTII.II.D.CN.(llcGilD PHTSidiAW, BunanoR AOootKmn Offioe-Burdette St. Phone 63 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3,7.8 p.m Dr$. DeVebcT �t Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offioee-Ott ilock. 'Phone 143. A.T. Condell, M.D., CM. (Post Graduate London HospHals.) temporary Oflloe and Bcsldeoce Cr. Cutblll and Courtland. Telephone Day and Night, 82. DR. O. j. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, .^rristor, Eto: OFPICB, - - SOUTHABD BLOCK Ifonesr to Lend on Town aiid Farm'Property C. F. HARBI9 Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Letbbridge r. T. BREWER Fvnaral Director and Embalxner LETHBRIDGE. ALBEHTA MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from' Alma College, in Piano, June 1904, and post graduate June 1905,18 prepar^ to take pupils in Piano and Organ^ and; olso to teach Oil Paintinjt and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Redpath Street. W. L. Wilson IJCENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. Applications for dates may be made at The Herald Office. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relined from $10.00 Suits cleaned and pressed " 1.25 Pants *' " " 25 Your own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. B. C. MOORE runoral Direct t and Embalmer Offlea-Next to Prostyterian Chiirch. OtUce PhoBe 102. Residence 180., MORE MONEY 1� vonrs If .vou incroiii'e your earnitiir power. "We ciin nul you (fo much if yo'i ijive "B ih�chaBC� rite F. 0, Garbmt, Principal, Uurbntt Bu�iue-8 ( ollei-'c, Oi.Lury and Keoeive t.nr beautiful i-jitiilogi.e Sons of England. LODGE "PRIDE OF ALBEUTA' SONS OF ENOLANI) BENEFIT SO CIETY will meet every first and Srd Thursdays in the month at 8 p. m. in the K, of P. now hall. All Englishmen n^d Sons of England are urged to Join. IT COSTS UTTLF.t IT MEANS MUCH! Write at once for particulars to the secretary. r. T, ROBINS, c-o Herald Office. 8ATUBOAY EVENING REVIEIUES. The.aacriflee that �o many of our jrowBg men are making to secure a positioa in a store is really amusing. Ib almost all parts of the country let any aiore Iweper proclaim that he has, or ia likely to have, a vacancy, and ha ia forthwith over run va'tb applications. We know of young men arorkiag for from two hundred to three hundred dollars per annum, and boarding themselves, who can command, as mechanics, three times that sum. Why is it that good mechanics of almost .every kind ane so scarce, and ars commanding their own price, while so man}' young men are turning their backs upon their father's caBing, and lying in wait for opportunities to measure calico between dingy walls, fourteen hours a day, for a mere pittance? Vo not flatter yourself young man, that your fortune is made, that yuu are a gentleman, when once you have secured a position behind- Messrs. Tardsticks A Cc.'s counter. You have an exceadingty hard road to tra\'�I to achieve anything like sue. cess. You may as v-cll understand it first as last. Unless you have a large amount of energy and are willing to work hard and long, and wait poticntly, and have some natural adaptation to the business, the chances are that yuu wiil fail. Don't take on any airs the first year. The most detestable sight imaginable is| a youth with half an intellect half' developed, pulTed up with an ejraltedi idea of his own iiuportancs because! of his good clothes and six months j experience iu a second rata rotaii shop. respected by othera. aad will up and become uasfal men. grow MIND YOUR OWN BUSINBSS. Those ans just the words. Had m looked theough "Webster'a Unabridged" we could not have found four words that expressed so entirely our meaning as these. We believe the four words a�re ma�Ie with direct reference to the grumbling, howling mischief makers. People who never mind their own busincHs are very much sudi a class of animals as the cross surly whlSst dogs, that are always barking, btting and nabbing somebody. We wonder if they would appneciatc a lecture 7 We win ask them a tew questions just to find out. Don't you think the v-orld and the people in it will live aad prosper without the tremendous anxiety }'ou carry on your shoul ders by keeping an eye on everything aad ever>'budy in the i^ole neighbor hood and the world bcaides? Can't, Mrs. A. make a sweet cake without you lying awake at nights for fear there is going to be a wedding andj you will not be invited? Can't Jennie make a new gown without you and gracefully, it even^a sbuld be sale: but it �t)uld Iw'tryii^r and awkward to vom> ilown. Asid it coats much now f) live. . Ard business fluotuat��; nad health t)itious tr-tu* lha side of pride are i^fro^C, and m. l^e extraviagant, has 'je>n nnn .by emhculenient and tikn mMti a. "swindler." Our i.ri.^rns are belag rapidly filled up by those who ma^e the miatake of baB'�i�iV Mm at tha top of the ladder. MARRIED MKV There is an expression in ths facn of a good married man who has a good wife, that a bachelor's face cannot possem. It is indescribable. He is a little nearer the angels than the handsomest young fellow living. Vou can see that his broad breast is a pillow for somebody's bead, aad that IHtte fingers pulled his whiskers No one ever mistakes the good married man. It is only the erratic one that leaves you in doubt. The good one can protect all the unprotcc^ied must immediately see it. know the! females, and make himself generally price, and for what special occasion *� yet nev- it was purchased, or dio of curiosity? Can't neighbor B. and his wife go by but yow'll bet they:re going to aeo somebody and have slighted you? Did God make you and us on purpose to superintend his univtsrse, and everybody's affairs and assume the control of the "free will" he gave men? In this the purpose and plan of our existence and destiny, to forever Iw meddling with somebody's business? It gives us "that tired feclinK" to think of the pains some people take to gather the smallest item of "news;" They ic&ve their own garden to grow full of weeds while tlK-y are trying to hold up bo-fore everybody the few ihey pull from their neighbor's. They do everything bvit mind their own business. The.v never, speak of their own faults or follies. No, indeed, by the time er leave a doubt on any mind that there is a precious little woman at home worth all the world to him. Diamond Coal Nine Hon. G. H. V. Dulyca, lieutenant governor of Alborta, ond Thomas Un derwood arrived in the city yesterday in connection with . their coal coal mining property, the Diamond Coal company, near Liethbridge. Mr. L'ndorwood, who is maiiaging director of the mine, statcKl that they were making great progress in opening up the properly which promises to be one of the hea^-y producers of the dis triot. Tlie company has .5,134 acras of high grade lignite property, vhich carries approximately 50,000,000 tons of e.xcellent coul. In color the Only one in a great many of our! Uie whole town is criticized and judg-' lignite is black, breaking in large merchants succeeds in making a for- ,,cnt pronounced, they have not a; "lasts' and shoving little or no ten-tune. Very many of them fail; and most of the.se who do not fail, only! succeed by a lifetime of weary labonC No business is more confining. We know whereof we speak and we know right well the value of a li'btlo respite and a little snulT of pure air, and the pleasure of an occasional touch of bright, warm sunshine on the pallid cheek. But, boys, if you think there is no other road to happiness, wealth and renown ^ut to sell dry goods, try it. Let us assure you however, that so long as there are so few learning to make boots and shoes and harne.ss and hoes and pitchforks and brick walls, the people continue to nes c>)n-sideration, and may, or may not. be advisal>le but if you ane abo.it t i en ter some field of life labor !)e i: -t influenced by any false consivlrji-Lli-jns of ease or respectab Uty. You wi!i succeed in nothing without .-.v. .cd cHort, and if you have ability awi ore V4'lling to wovk to that n.i ' will be successful, and success  .�� command rcsiiect. dcney to disintograte when exposed to 'tlio air. The main seam varies in \ thickness from four feet six inches to I CHOOSE WELL The. line of cond and time serving! ed from the fine coal and screenings six foot six inches in thickness Above this again are two seams 18 and 14 itiches in thickness. Though the company has been at work on this property for some time, past the cx|>cnditure has been along the line of development work, rather than shipping. One mile of entry wwk have been done and at the present time 300,000 tons of coal have been blocked out ready for mining.; This..means that when active shipping betjrins there will be little difficulty in keeping the output up to the full capacity of the plant. This de-vetoi>ment work has cost $850,000. Up to the present time the company has been hampered in gctiting their coal on the market because of the difficuity of getting it aboard the cars. The mine is situated six miles from Ix'thbridge and across the river from the Gait mine. As things sptand at present it is impossible to lay a spur track to the mines because of the excessive cost of the work, but as soon as the new high level britlg'8 on the Crow's Nest Pass line has been completed a spur can be put in at a small cost. The C.P.R. expects to run trains over this bridge within a j'ear. At thtM' season for the acquisition of language, passed in its abuse, the unfortunate victim, if negleclx'tl, is ver.v projJerly doomed to ials. Air. Underwootl stated that the company in Spokane had offered to contract for "the whole output of the mine, up to 1,200 tons daily, but that the ofl'cr had been refused. The coal market in the Canadian West was far too active,- and the demand �talk slan;- for lile. Money is not j for too groat t*. guarantee nny^ necessary to procure this education arrangement, lie felt that thara Kviiiy mni> has it in his power. Ho' was nmrlwt for all they could possi-! has incr.'ly to use the language which' produco' and at a price which he reads ins'tead of the slang which! would give a good profit to the coth-hc hears; to form his ta.sto from the I'any. j best of siicakers and pools in . the 'I'ho ofllcars of the company are as^ country; to treasure up choice phras'-' follows; Hon. O. H. V. Bulyea, pr.3s-, cs in his memory and habituate him-i '''""*�; Thomas Underwood, CaiK,.iy,' self in their use, nvolctor; W. A. Wood, Hamilton, vain ambition rather than the polish' c(j Frue Press. CHAS. SIAIit, BOOSTER Charles Mnir Dominion government agent at Lcthbridge, stated to the Free Press yesterday that the average of the wlioat crop in southern Al boKa including all the country soutlji of High River would amount to from 30 to 85 bushels to the ac-e Threshing roturns showed thit �n certain farms there had been a yield as high as 65 bushels to the acre, niid many farmers were reporting a yield of 40 bushels. None of tht wheat was frosted, and although thpro had l.)cen'snow during the fall the weathar on the whole has bosn KM IS We have a number of lots on McBeth Street, North Ward for $75 Each Terms, $10 down and $10 per month. '-TUB- LethbridRe, Alta. NICE IRRIGATED FARM Near Lethbridge, $160 in fall wheat, fine crop. 130 per acre, including crop. |7.50 down, balance very easy. / 320 ACRES Well located, choice land, $11.00 per acre. $500 down, balance easy. 5,000 ACRES And up for $7.25 per aero. Alberta Realty Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Letbbridge, Alta. Big Sporting Goods Sale I Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, FieJd Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tttkle Office Desks Type-writera All at lesB than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NACWIGEWAUK, N B., CANADA. Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We must sell 100 head of export steers by December let. Our prices are right. If you don't, believe it come and see for yourself. ^. Burns & Co., Ltd. Rochon's K^ni HIGH CLASS CONrECTIONEKY Fresh hnnd-mnde Candy every day. Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. Get pure home-made Candy at Special sale every Saturday ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Bank of Commerce very favorable both fur harvesting and for threshing and the crop would be marketed in excellent condition. Tho tutnl yield both of spring and full wheat would far surpass that of any previous year, Mr. Mair will sitend a doy or two in the city and then p(pcei3d cast to Ottawa. FEAR ANOTHEH SLTDE Residents of Coal Creek, B.C., have been much disturbed tho post week by reports of danger of a mountain slide similar to Frank four years ago. A crack appeared in tho mountain above the tov'-n and alanning reports had it widening several feet a day but it is claimed by experts who uxaminod tho fracture thait there is in reality no danger to Coal,,Creak even if there should be a slide as the ground is so gradual in its slope that a slide would not reach the town.-Pincher Creek 'Fcho. MINAHD'S LINIMENT that- which devastated mPHTHGHIA. CURES 8480 ;