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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta r A NICE LIKE OF s hr Coats AND LADIES JUST IN C A. COOKSLEY. tfcrl* ! old Mftnk of Montiwl Hide ttoipftth 81 Uthbridge A. W. McVittie Dominion Land 8ttr?ejor Will derate hit entire time daring the rammer to laying oat ftowneitee. Contract ptiooe application. *�Offlee at the Ooaldiile Hotel, Lethbridge. DR, P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AMD SUAUEOM LETHBRIDGE 0*c�~Ot% aioek. Hoars-JltM te ItsOO noon; I;00 u ft:00 DR. G. G. CRAGG PHYSICIAN A WD SUROEOK IMftabettaa'e Drag fttort ISA. Boom 94. Ooara-a to It am, 1 JO to �.ae m>. T to o p.m. Rambling Reveries f A DttAMEB rcapecttd by others, and w(U up and become umfnl men, grow t MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. SATURDAY EVENING HKVK1UK3. Dr. F. M. Mewtwrn Offloe-Redpeth St. cor. Baidett. Hoara- Before 9 a.m.. S~3p.mM 7-8 p. m. Sondeye-180 to 3.30 Telephone 41. p. tn V. S. CALMAITH. M.D.tM. raistdutr, suaoaoa AOOOUCHia Ofiee-Burdette St. Phone S3 rt-Before 9 a.m., 2-3,7-8 p.m Sptpis �f the Grating Recall Itons ftr the Provinces of Siskatchcwan and Alberta. Orotlof of Dominic* Lands uftable for agricultural purpose* bo secured In that portion of Province of Albert*, lying South mi the Northern boundary of Town- Ip 98 and in the Southwestern portion ol the Province of Saskatchewan* Leasee "hall be for a period not exceeding 21 years, and no te&sesfe&U cover a greater area than' lOO.CXXk acres. Lands leased are ndt subject to homestead entry or eale. but the Minister of the Interior may cancel � leasehold, or any portion thereof bygivlntr the lessee two years* not -Ice. Tho rental chargeable i� two eats per, acre per annum. A lease annotbe granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or ttve head of dhecp for every 60 acres applied for. and the lessee shall Increase his stock so ae to be in pos-ioa at the end of three years of head of cattle or five head of ameep for every 20 acres leased, ami hell maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Phyaioiani and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. Phone 143. AXCondell, M.D.tC.M. (Post Graduate London Hospitals.) Temporary Office and Residence Cr. Cutbill and Courtland. TVlephonc Day and Night, 82. Drs. McClure ft Stewart BUBO EON DENTISTS Office-J. D. HiKinbotbam'a new block. Office Hour*-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jacksou Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. The sacrifice that so many of our young men are making to secure a position in a store is really amusing. In almost all parts of the country let any store keeper proclaim that he I Those are just the words. Had we looked theough "Webster's Unabridged" we could not have found four words thai expressed so entirely our meaning as these. We believe the four words were made with direct refer* ence to the grumbling, howling mis* chief makers. IVople who never mind their own business are very much such a class of animals as the cross surly whiffet has, or le likely to have, a vacancy, dogs, that are always barking, biting and be is forthwith over run *'th �nd nabbing somebody. We wonder applications. We know of young men| if they would appreciate a lecture? working for from two hundred to We will ask them a three hundred dollars per annum, and boarding themselves, who can com* mand, as mechanics, three times that sum. Why is ft that good mechanics of almost every kind are so scarce* and are commanding their own price, while so many young men are turn* ing their backs upon their father's calling, and lying in wait for opportunities to measure calico be- F tween dingy walls, fourteen hours a day, for a more pittance? Do not flatter yourself young man, that your fortune is made, that you are n gentleman, when once you haw securod a position behind Messrs. Yardsticks A Co.'s counter. You have an exceedingly hard rond to travel to achieve anything like sue. cess. You may as veil understand J everybody's afTuirs it first as last. Unless you have a; control of the large amount of energy and are will-! men? few questions )ust to find out. Don't you think the vortd and the people In It will live and prosper without the tremendous anxiety you carry on your shoul ders by keeping an eye on everything and everybody in the indole neighbor hood and the world besides? Can't. Mrs. A. make a sweet cake without you lying awake at nights for fear there is going to bo a wedding and you will not be invited? Can't Jennie make a new gown without you must immediately see it, know the price, and for what st>ccial occasion it was purchased, or die of curiosity? Can't neighbor It. and his wife go by but you'll bet they:re going to see somebody and have slighted you? Did Ood make you ond us on purpose to superintend his universe, and and assume the free will" he gave In this tho purpose and plan and gracefully, if tv�?i+ft *h*��r it vould bo safe; but It wittftltl be trying and awkward to com) liwn, Aiid K coats much now vi live. . AM business fluctuates; nsd hen Ith it uncertain, and temptations fr*�n� the side of pride are Men*, ami tiMfej a young man who dl*l m>t mean t > be extravagant, has i>*m M al>.ng and rather than face the p >i tb>u �nl descend manfully, nan tmd i> kcjp up by embcteteinent na*l hum �*h11h1 n "swindler." Our |.rirerty. which carries approximately 50,000,000 tons of excellent coal. In color the lignite is black, breaking in large masses and shoving little or no tendency to disintegrate when exposed tulate themselves on their own good io the air. The main seam varies in works. IVople who don't mind their busi- thickness from four feet six inches to six feet six inches in thickness Above Money to Lend on Town arid Farm Property � i C. F. HARRIS know whereof we speuk and we know' ness brings more misery into fam- this again are two seams 18 and 14, right well the value of a little respite dies, societies and churches than evJ inches In thickness, and a little snuff of pure air.j erything else combined. They turn and the pleasure of an occasional^ the pleasant peaceful stream of good touch of bright, warm sunshine on1 will into a loathsome pool, the pallid cheek. Hut. boys, if you| Minding our own business will make think there Is no other road to hnp-j peaceful homes, happy neighbors and pinoss, wealth ami renown but to sell u swoot conscience that will maJoc us Sheep-grasing Is permitted on only portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N. D.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be pakl for. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. Barrister Advocate Notary Public ,lry K�oll9� lrv u* 118 assure you know why .Jesus loved the peacemak- o Oliver Block, up-stmrs. HAMILTON & YOUNG LO. Engineers and Surveyors Higinbothnm Block, Letkbridge F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Ernbalmer �ecu In Odd fellows' Rail ever? FrW�T . . evening at 8.oo o'clock, VUltlnft brethren are 1 LETHBRIDGE. sir art welcome. ALBERTA A. Niven K.Q. A. B. Pipes Bee sec WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 Meets In Oddfellow**' Hall e ery second and fourth Tburaday. Vlnttom �lwajn welcome. Ifvs J. Stafford, Annie Davies M. 9. Ucc. Sec, Ciarl Star or Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. O. F. Meets lht �nd 3rd Mon-tiayn In each month a H �. m., in oddr-UowB H411. Koiod St, VlwlUiic broth- 'fien cordUllyw me. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Alma Collude, in Piano, Juno l!K)4,and post graduate Juno W05, is prepared lo take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Paintiu^ and Physical Culture. Residence Parsonngo. Redpath Street. W. L. Wilson however, that so long us there ntv so few lenrninff to nuike bootn and shot's nnd ha moss and hoes and pitchfefrks and brick walls, the people continue to need them so much, 'tho cJmnces in that direction are better for building a fortune, and establishing yourselves oh useful, honored, and influential numbers of society. If you on? established in any business we counsel you not to leave it. It is a question which mtfiir^s consideration, and may. or may not. be adviMuhle but if you are alio it t ��n ter some Held of life labor be 1: �n-tluenred by any false consider a v>ns of ease or re8|h*ctab Hty. Vou huccolmI itj nothing without . ... effort, and If you have ability are veiling to work to that 11 1 will be successful, and success command res|>ect. wi?i .Ml nil') era and suid of them '4 the pence makers, for they shall be called the children of CSod.'* Now this is plain talk, but if the shoe does not (It you, then do not put it on, but should it fit the longer you war it the better it will bo for you and the entire community. So young man can hope to rise in society, or perform worthily his part in life, without a fair moral character. The basis of such a character is a virtuous, fixed sense of moral oh ligation, susUiined and 'invigorated by the feur and love of God. The youth who possesses such a charac. ter can lx� trusted. Integrity, justice benevolence, truth, ore not with him Though the company has been at work on this property lor some time past the exi>cnditure has been along tho line of development work, rather than shipping. One mile of entry work have bc?n clone and at "the present time 300,000 tons of coal have are' been blocked out ready for mining. This means that when active shipping begins there will be little difficulty in Weeping the output up to the full capacity of the plant. This development work has cost $8fiO,Ar>0. Ip to the present time the company has been hampered in getting their coal on the market becuuse of the i difficulty of getting it aboard the cars. The mine is situated six miles ; from I^lbbridge and across the river j from the Cialt mine. As things stand, at present it is impossible to lay a' spur track to the mines because of I * .14 ' I words without meaning; he feels and knows their sacred import and aims in the tenor of his life to exemplify the virtues they express. Such a CHOOSE well the excessive cost of the work, but as soon as the now high level bridge-on the Crow's Nest Pass line has been completed a spur can be put in at n smalt cost. The C.IMt. ex-ixttts to run trains over this bridge, within a year. At tlu; plant a tipple has boon erect Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING 4 ELEVATOR CO !.eth bridge, Itu.v-moiid, Mi.gruth. IJCEXSrcn AUCTIONEER. Ijethbridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and Olyn Sts Applications for dates may be made at The Herald office. The line of conduct chosen by a young man during the five years from fifteen to tuenty, will. In almost every Instance, determine his character for life.' As he is then care man has decision of character; he'ed with a daily capucity of from 1,-1 knows what is right and is firm in! 000 to 1,1200 tons. In addition therj pursuing it; he thinks and acts for! *s an electric plant for o|x>roting the! t himself and is not to be made the tool of unprincipled and time serving politicians to do the dirty work o( party. Such a man has true worth ful or careless, prudent or imprudent of character; his 1 if** is a blessing to industrious or indolent, truthful or himself, to his family, to society and E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR dissimulating, intelligent or ignorant temperate or dissolute, so will he be in after years, and it needs no prophet to cast his horoscope, or calcu- f late his chances in life. to th�* world; and he is pointed out to future general ions ns a prop*-*1* example for the rising youtg to emulate. (R of G. H. Johnston's Store) Pur Overccmts relined from 810.00 STARTlSCI IN like Suits cleaned and pressed ** Pants 14 1.25f 25 L H. FOWLER & CO. General Ulackamithlng and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-ns, windmills, fanning mills, cream ftoparators, grain picUjers, bla*:k-mith coal. LCTHBR1DGE. ALBERTA Lethbridge Financial (SL Realty Co. Your own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates t^iven for all alterations, rejwirs, etc. No young mnn who (h-sir.^s to succeed in husinet-s has any time to los.t in shuttling about an ex\*m*imenta 1 clerkship, and after finishing his school education the sooner he makes choice of his biness for life, and sets himself at work to learn and become successfully established, the lietter. No young man can ulTord to coimHrr speaking. All young people should acquire, in machinery, the power being generated from the fine coal and screenings of the mine. l�lcct rlc mine locomo- r. tives and coal cutting machines have lH�en ordered. All of the huiltll on tho works are of brick, with the exception of the tipple, the brick Ihj-ing made of un excellent clay deposit found on �lhe company's' projjevty. At the present time the company is shipping a few cars daily but as this has to be hauled 'MS miles overland by tract.on engine and it is not Indulged in to any great extent, but earl> the habit of correct speak-1 ��v�ivly liccause the engine has to ing ami writing, and r season for the acquisition of language, l>e passed in iis abuse, the unfortunate victim, if make a mistake in his choice should neglecUtl, is ver.\- proj*erly doomed to MORE MONEY Itt vouth if you increase your onrnJ power. W'o can umI you riu much If yo � idve PH Minehauwi Htn P. II QarhiPt, ]kriiM:ipai( tiarbutt Hneiin'-h * olleyo, (�. ury and H�*cei\e i ur beuutirnl r^itidogi � A r \ .1H +J- - A - Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers. \Fire Insurance a specialty. See us when your next policy expires. R.V.GIBBONS r � j J . Manager, Lethbridge Sons of England. ,V-' Office, Ott Block Phone 222 LODGK "PniPE OF AIjUKUTA" SONS OF KNCJTjANI) NRNEFIT HO- CIKTY will meet every first and 3rd Thursdays in the month at 8 p. m, in tho K. of I\ new hall. All Englishmen and Bona of TCng-land era urged to join. IT COSTS LITTLE!! IT MEANS MUCH! Write Oit onc4> for particulars to the secretary. F. T. HOHINS, c-o Herald Office be the true one. For tins reuson we would say to a >oung man in regard to routine clerkship, by rui means accept a place of that kind, not even if the salary is large; it may seem large at first, but there can be no compensation to a young man fur the loss of time. Indeed, we are of the opinion that a young man, at the start, had U?ttor work for nothfng,%>r even pay for the privilege of going into an establishment uhere he can learn a good business, than to take an ordia ary clerkship at once. ONE SWALLOW talk slang for life. Money is not necessary to procure, this education k\wy man has it in his power. Me has merely to use the language which he reads instead of the slang which he boars; 10 form his taste from the best of speakers and poets in the country; to treasure up choice phrus1-es in his memory and habituate himself in their use, avoiding at the same time the pedantic precision and bombast which show the weakness- of vain ambition rather than the polish of an cducutcd mind. Every parent is like a looking glass for his children to dres-k them-Ono swallow doesn't make a sum-j H0|vlfH ny, Therefore, parents should Air. Fnderwood stated that the company in Spokane had offered to contract for 'the whole output of the mine, up to l,*JO0 tons daily, but that tile offer had been refused. The coal market in the (Tnnndian West was far too active, and tho demand for fuel too great to guarantee any such arrangement. lie felt that there was market for all they could possibly product' and at a price which would give, a good profit to the comi-pany. The others of the company are a-* follows; lion. CI. IT. V. Jiulyea, pr.js-Id.'nt; Thomas 1'iulerwood, ('nig .iy, resident managing director; Dr. Clad; vice-president; (!. F. Stephens, Wood peg, director; W. A. Wood, Hamilton, director;; Dr. McKecknie, Vnncomvr,i director; and 11. I). Craves, Calgary, director.-Winni|m*g Free Drews. nier, but some of our young men should remember that too numy sv ul lows are cjrtaiu to make a full. A WOHD TO HOYS Show us a boy who olteys his parents, who has respect for axe, who ktvp tlu' glass bright ami clear, not dull I spotted, as their example is a rich inheritance for the rising generation. TWO WAYS There are two ways of s-tarting on always has a frlcmdly disposition,j life's journey. One is to begin and who applies himself -diligently to, where your purents are ending-mag-get wisdom (oceod east to Ottawa, * F JO A li ANOTHER SLIDE r Residents of Coal Crook, n/C.p havo been much disturbed the past week by reports of danger of a mountain slide similar to that which devastated Prank four years ago. A crack appeared in the mountain above erta who examined tho fracture that there is tn reality no danger to Coal Creak even if there should be u slide as the ground is so gradual in its Mope that a slide would not reach the town.-Pincher Creek 'Echo. MI NAIID'S LIN IM ENT DIPimiBUIA. cuiuss it**. ; ;