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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta " \ A if ICE LINE OP Mini's fur Coats.. AND LADIES' aid radiators JUSTIN C A. COOKSLEY. JFIvlor in old Bntak o{ Montreal Bldg. ntllfwth St. Lethbridgo. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Sorreyor Will devDto hit entire time during the iiunmer to laying out new famaniem. Contract piioei on applioatibn. UrOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Syiopiis of the Grazing Regula* tiMs for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing leases of Itoaiioion Lands uitable for kgricuHural purposes be secured in that portion of itm Province of Alberta, lying. South f the Northern boundary of Town-�liip 38 and in.the South�r�9tern por-ot the Province of Siaskatcb- lieaaea ahall be for a period^not weeding 21 years, and no leoseshall covar' ^ a greater area than 100,00a CfM. Lands leased are not subjeot � homestead entry or aale, but the 1fiai*t�r of tlu Interior may cancel ai leaaehold, or any portion thereof ftyslvlng the lessee two years' not -lea. The rental, chargeable is two cata per acre per annum. A lease "anoot be granted an applicant un-iM he owns one head of cattle or ?ym head b( sheep for every 60 acres ppliod for, and the lessee shall in-cnaaa his stock so as to be in pos-MMion at the end of three years of OM head of cattle or five beaid of for every 20 acres leased, and maintain stock in this propor-tlem during the continuance of the Shaep^raiing is permitted on only * portion of tilw tracts above refer-rsd to. A map showing the sheep fpnsing districts may be secured on ttplleation to the Secretary f the Sbpartment of the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. COKY. XlVutT of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorized publication of advertiaefacBt will not be paid for. Lctlibridgie. Lodge No. 2. iO./aatNO.F. �cata la Oddfellow*' Hall TcrrFrldST vealoR St a.oo o'clock. TIsiUok bretkreo ue aiwsT* welcome. a. Niven a. b. Pipes , t ,:.:*.0. f. _ 9�e-Mc yniijcm branch, rebekah , ^odoe, no, 2 I la Odilfellowa' Ball e erj �eeoad sad L Tbunday. Ttstlora alwaya welcome. J. Stafford. Annie Daviea Urm. CMurt Star of Uthbridge. No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets Ut and Srd Mnn- dajpa In each nioot>> a. 8 p. ro.. In OddMIowa Ha'l, liound 81. TlHlttiiK brethren cordlilly wt Icrme. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. Keep yonr money at home by us-ing "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO t Letbbridge, Ra.v-mond, Mograth. L H. FOWLER & CO. 'General BlacksmHhlng and Horseshoeing. Haw buggies to order, carriage palnt-lag, all kinds of woodwork in wag-��, windmills, fanning mills, cr�am �epamtora, grain picklers, bla'sk-mith coal. LBTHBIilDGB. ALBBUTA Letbbridge Financial CO. Realty Co. Beal Estate, Financial and In- Burance Brokers. 'Fire Iqa^rance a apecialty. See tttwhen your next policy expires. rIy.gibbons Manager, Lethbridge Ofice, Ott Block Phone 222 DR. P. W. TULLEB r-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlc�-0tt DIork. aours-11:00 iij 18.(�0 noon; .1:00 to .1:00 p. m ; 7:3) to 8:30 p. m. Tvlpplione-OffloH (8. Keuiiic-nce l.ia DR. C. G. GRA6G PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON omw �T�r Bigiabotluun's Drug Store ' Fkooe OOce 125. Bouse 94. OAee koura-9 to 11 a.m.. 1.30 to 4.ao p.m., 7 to S p.m. Dr. P, H. Mewljum Office-Redpatli St. cor. Butd^tt. Honrs-Before 9 a.m.. ^3 f ,m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. I W.S.GALBRAITH,l�.D.C;M.(McGilD PHYSICUM4 8UR0E0N aoooucheb Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 HouM-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DcYcbcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeon* Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T. Condeii, M.D.,C.M. (Post Gratluute London Ho.spitnls.) Temporary Office nnci Residence Cr. CiitbiU nnd Courtlnnd. Telephone Day and Niglit, S2. Rambling Reveries By a Dreamer. FLOWKUS TE.VCII NEAT-VKS-S We hoiic all wlio reud this column will endeavor to lioop a low flowcTs in tlio hoiiic. In addi'tion to Uicir Ijcatity nnd frograncc, Ihuy teach tieatiiuss and order. The wife and I'hildron like to have a cleiin room, so that the dower in its purity and grace may not shame ihum. And ibpjl. t"o, a poor mnn likes to fwl thai' )W has an ornament in his dwell ing similar to tl>at which a rich man chousfM tha ^st omlxyllish-HK!nt of his drawing-room. The wt-tagc and the mansion dilTer very much in structure and furniture, but a preltj' flower, cni-efully watcixxl, hnd tended, blooms as well in a cottage as in a pulace window. Than the Ilow'cr spealenu-tiful (lowers into the world to please the eye of man, TIte City Council. Atnyor Galbrnith, .Vlds. Uowmnn, Vioonian, Alncbeth nnd Cunninj^ham, won- the only members of the Council |)re.sont at the ix-gulnr mooting oa Sronday eveninfr. A coiisideruhle time wa.s siwiTt read ing the ininutted, and asltcd the council to visit the mill to sco whether it was year. The mayor stiggosited that as �the original agreement hart l)cen nl-tci-ed to give tlio^A. II, & I. Co. a Btraiglvt-rat� oi 5c.. a thousand, tlio prosont c.xi�tiiig nrrangument migitt be altered. Aid, Cunningham advis-efl that as the water supply is low, tho railways nnd otiicr large consumers of water l�o asked to exercise diligence-to use as little as possible until theit�l would be ?135 and suggesting lliat as there would l)e no rcven- right to ask for a gate and a woitch-Co. wrote that the|inan to be kept by tlic railway. On motion of the Mayor the engineer was asked to inspect the grade j west of the woollen mill from the Drs. McClure & Stewart SCBaEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 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, Barrister, Etc. OrFICE, - - SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Towm and Farm Property C.F.HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge r. T. BREWER Ftaaeral Director and Embalmer tBTHBHIDOE. ALBERTA MISS B. HARRISON. , Graduate .from Alma College, in ' Piano, June 1904, and post grad- ' .uate � June 1905, is prepared to. take pupil's in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting -and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Redpnth Street. W. L. Wilson LICENSEP AUCTIOKEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Rcsident'e Cor. Ford and Ulyn Sts. Applicnitions for dates may be made at Tho 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 runvral Direct'-^r and Embalmer OOm Wsxt to Prec^yterlaB Church. OOw PhoBe loa. Re8i�lenoe 136. INVeaTMKNT Nothing quite �o snfe nnd wo productive ad n liillo money invefte.l in a bu-incHHP>lncaiii{i>, Cnit'urv, gnarnnteM permn-iieiit nnd MiitiKfiic cry rfturnii Full pnriiciila>H on reiiuwt. Sons of England. LODGE "PRIDE OF ALmMlTA" SOVS OF ENOLANM) IIENKFIT SOCIETY will meet every first and 3rd Thursdays in tho month at 8 p. m. in tliu K. of P. new hall, All Englishmen and Sons of England arc urged to join. IT COSTS LITTLE! IT MEANS MUCH! Write ait once for particulars to the secretary. r. T, ROUINS, c-o Herald Offlco. TirUKIO I.M1'0KTA.VT THI.VGS Thrc-e things to lovo; Courage. geiHleno.a.sed to $T2Ck a yoar|bOT of patients that would ordinarily Qwing tP the greatly increased, duties be ciinrgeablo to the city and the to-of the office. tal number of days. One of the .Vldcrmen suggested thivt An interesting tleliate took plaCe on the communication be referred to the appointment of a policeman. Aid. James Uarclnij' to report. Bowman, Mnctwth, and Vrooman sup Tho Council asked tho city solicitor ported tho application of Sergt. Giil-to defer tho mpiost imtil the begin-'lespie of tlie U. N. W. M. P. while ning of the year iu vip^- of the fact | the Mayor and .\itl: Cunningham sup that all salary estimates had already l>cen pas.sod. ported that of Geo. Cribb, a former boliceman of Liverpool and other ci- City engineer .Arnold made a report tics. .\ld. Cunningham said that the regarding the extension of tho gnller-' advice of Ciiief Parry in favor of ies at tho pumping sitations. Ttic Cribb should be acted upon. Sergt. Council decided to rush the work on Gillespie received tho appointment, at once. Tl�e Jlayor made a suggestion, tluvt the engineer ivjport on the The License and Police Committee recommended that the chief ol police feasibility and cost of n dam to l)c be asked to prepare a st>l of rogula-erected at some placa in tlic river so,tions for the fire brigade. Tho regu- tts to insure a water supply. Hy the engineer's i-eport tile lations had been prepared for prcscn-pilie tation to tho council but were referr- will bo laid 53 feet towards the riverbed to the License &i Police Commit' bo toe. MA-tRlMONIAL MANIA We have just been told of a matrimonial journal in which men advertise for wives the some as they would for a horse. The way in which the majority of men marry is nothing short of a burlesque upon the "sacred institution." They set about looking for a wife as tliey would for a horse. They make an inventory of har "good'-Aiote thinl on a windy night the liro points", a.scortain the quickness ol | in their moulding pots would pot be her mo\-Binents, the state of flighted so as to avoid the danger iier digestion, her capacity for from sparks. and then joined iron pipes will e.xtende*! into the river 33 feet to give an immediate adequate supply. The work will be completed in a day or two while that authorized at the last meeting cannot lie completed tor six weeks. The olVer of the Turpin Furniture Co. of $1..50 for the cots and SI.00 for the mattree.ses owned by the city was accepted. The outfits cost $3.70 and the city had the use of them on two occasions. The mattcesses were b�ing destroyed by mice. The Lethbridgo Iron Works Co. economy, the yielding quality of her disposition, if she "suits," they pro- A report from the City Engineer that the city, reserve a five-foot strip pose partnership, and women are. along the edge of lanes so as to guar such fools, if we must say it, fools nntee suitable streets in all subdivi-from the force of circumstances and | sions. custom, as to say ".vcs" when with all_ the thunder of their souls they should say "no." Such offers of marriage nr� insults to the women who reoeivc them, a shame and a dis grace to the men who make them, and rank dishonor to the Lord who createti them. The Lethbripin�!-is. A m^n who m&rrio�S> beauty, learns, as no other man can learn, how hideous and loathesomc Wlien tlia Mayor suggedtcd that the matter be referred to'the Waterwlorks Committee Aid. Bowman remarked titat tho Waterworks Committee was it may become. So, young men, practically defunct. take lovo for your guidance in tliis matter, remendiering that it dcmanris tlie best and noblest in you-that it is sacnMl and holy, and divine, for it is of God. A good battle cr.v means much in The company .complained also .f Ixing unable to get water in suffic-ieiH quantities at all times. Tho Council was advised that >t was' impossible at present to avoid -his �s iho mains which supply the Electric Po.. the Woollen Mill Co. and the ' party's slogan, and a fir.s't-rato one it is. That it should have come from a gentleman of French-Canadian birth makes it still more nota-worlhy.-Edmonton Saturday News. Edmonton again defeated Calgary at Rugby" on Saturday. Score 10- 5. the winning of an election and the small. As soo 1 nt> Liberals of .VIberta are indebted to Possible a separate main would he Hon. I)r. Roy for providing one. At P*"^ over the difficulty, the Calgary convention he expressed I The'council olTored the company the tlie hope that Alberta would be "an ^ chance cither of buying the metres �,r all-Ilcd Province." This is to be tho , P'^*''"tf rental for them. They will be granted a sfiecial rale for watei as soon ns tho cost of tho water to the city is determined. Secretary treasurer Robinson si.b-mibted to the council an npproxinititu cost of tho water pumping. Power i.^.T-rJ Salaries ... ' 1.111 Sundries 249 Repairs 749 Salaries General 1,715 Intere.ft and Sinfcibg Fimd to I{ei)ay Principal 8,961 Total SHifiin Averace approximut^c daily con-sumiHion 440,000. gallons. Approximate cost 12.1 per thousand gallons. Tlio discussion of tho cost of tho waterworks brought out tho fact that the cit.v was supplying water to the api)roximntely 12$ cents iter thou-to � sand while the cost to the city was ap{>royimately 12} cents per thousand. The conipany according to iho first agnpoment was to use 60,000 gallons, on tho average daily. . They ^ now use on an averagie^, 120,000 gal-; Ions. At this rate the city loses ab-I out $9 a day or nearly $3,000 a A good cause is never pramanenl.ly ndvancofl by truckling for tho sup-jjort of a vicious element. No chemicals are uaed whiten Tooke Collars, "ColoniW" Cotlara (here illuatrated) aell for Ijc, each, 3 for 250. Sizea ,1 4 to iS, height t}t �:tlalpd. quisito steps. Meeting the manager of the 'company on Saturday evening the visitor told him what had been done. The manager at once "went up in tho air," and in the mo.st vigorous terms stated that the Lord's Day Alliance could go to-well anywhere it Ukful-the excursion would como oft as advertised. Tho visitor urged upon him the futility of unduly e.xciting. himself ns the excursion would not Ijc permitted to matsrial-izo. On Sunday morning the man from Toronto went to tlio dock and saw scores of would-be excursionists laden with hampers nnd picnic baskets returning from tho tiod-up boat and expressing themselves freely about the way they do things in Canada. In conversation aftorwards, a New York banker, who had intended to take the trip, said: "You people have wonderful Inw in this country. TImt a private citizen could invoke| tiio law against a big corporation,' SEE FOR Yourself! IF OUR $125 LOTS WHICH WE ARE SELLING FOR $10 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH ARE NOT THE BEST VALUE GOING IN LETHBRIDGE ? -THE- Lethbridge, 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, 111.00 per acre. $500 down, balance easy. 5,000 ACRES And up for $7.25 per acre. Alberta Realty Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Lethbridge, Alta. Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Stdts Fishing Tackle Office Desks Tvpe-writers All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK, N, B., CANADA. Save Money by buying Beef I by the Quarter We must sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. see for yourself. ^. Burns & Co., Ltd.;I Rochon's KfAi HIGH CLASS CONrECTIONERY Fresh hand-made Candy every day. Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. Oet pure home-made Candy at Special sale every Saturday ROCHpN'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block ' One door south of Batik of Commerce and have it put into force with so little friction is the biggest thing I have seen yet. You are a groat lieo-ple."-The Pro.sb.vtin-ian. VICTOHy FOtt TEMPERANCE Finland Prohibits Importation or the Manufact.uno of .-Vlcohol. sla's tarill relations with foreign countries, it- is not curtain whether tho emperor will "fennction tho measure. In view of tho passage of tho bill, tem|)erance doitionstrojlioiis are being held in every part of tlie coun-I tr.v. The IWot will prorogue tomorrow, when the Enijxjror's decree will be road with the usual ceremonies. Holingfors, Finlnnd, Nov. l.-Tho Diet today adopted unnnimoU.sly, without roll-call, the alcohol bill pro hibiting al>solutely the manufacture of alcohol or its importation into Finland. As. tlie moasui'o affects Uus Some people carry thoir Christian-it.v in an undepositod church letter. J. W. Ward of Stratford, Out. has Ijccn appointed seci'stnry of tho Edmonton y. M. C, A. ' 5780 ;