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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A V'tOB tINE OF QMren's fur Coats.. AND LADIES' ftrnls and facinators JUSTIN C A. COOKSLEY. Vfcrlor in old Bank ot Montreal llldg. flsdpath St. Lethurldgo. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new towuiites. Contract piioet on application. S^Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. DR. P. W. TULLER rHYSIClAN AND SUHvJEON LETHBRIDGE Offlw-OH Block. Hours-11:00 10 1ft:00 noon; 8.00 to t-'M p. m ; 73 ) to 8:30 p. m. Telephone- Offlin (SR. Itrwiilpnre 1.*W - ---_i DR. C. G. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SUROEON Ofltos �v�r tfiginbothani's Drug Store - Aoae Office 135. House 04. OlftM lours-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to *.90 p.m., 7 to 8 pn�. Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-Redpath St. cor. BunMi Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m. 7-8 p. m. 8undays-2.30 to 3.30 p. tn, Telephone 41. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lenses of Dominion Lamia unsuitable for agricultural purposes �lay bo secured in that portion of the Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town-ehip 38 and in the Southwestern portion of the Province of Saskatch- W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN* SURGEON ACCOUOHKB Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m r Rambling Reveries "I By a Dhkamub, The City Council. Leases Khali be for a period >not, needing 21 years, and no leasesnall cover ' a greater area than 100.000 acres. Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel  leasehold, or any portion thereof fcygivlng the lessee two years' not -lea. The rental chargeable is two cats per, acre per annum. A lease "aanot b� granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or flvs head of sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall ie-hls stock so as to be in pos-sion at the end of three years of i ' head of cattle or five head of ep for every 20 acres leased, and mulntain stock In this propor-tioa during the continuance of the Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. Offices-Ott block. 'Pliono 143. A.T. Condcfl, M.D., CM. (I'ost Grudunte London Hospitals.) Temporary Office nnd Residence Or. Cuthlll and Courtlimil. Telephone Pay nnd Xiffht. 32. FLOWERS TEACH NEATNESS We hoiw nil who rend this column will endeavor to keep a few flu with in tho home. In addition to their l>enuly and fragrance, they tench neatness and  order. The wife and children like to have a clean room, so thut the flower in its purity and grace may not shame them. And Illpn, too, a poor man HWes to feel that I") hns an ornament in his dwvll ing similar to that which a rich man choose* *� Uw best embellishment of his drawing-room. The cottage ami the mansion differ very much in structure and furniture, hut a prcMy flower, carefully watered, nnd tended, blooms as well in a cottage us in a palace window. Then the flower speaks to the inmates of the home and tells of the wisdom and love of flod; how lie sent these U>au-tlful llowers into tho world to please, the eye of man, year. Tho mayor suggested that as the original agreement lu.ul been altered to give the A. It. & I. Co. a straight ruU� of oca thousand, tho arrangement might bo altered. Aid. Cnnnlnghnm advised that as the water supply Is low, tho railways and other large consumers of water Ih> asked to exercise diligence to use as little as possible until the. supply is ' Improved. This was embodied In n motion. The grant of $000 for Oak llospl- Tlllll'.K IMPORTANT THINGS Drs. McClure & Stewart Sl'HQEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's now block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sheep-grazing Is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing' the sheep (rasing districts may be secured on application to tho Secretary t the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be pawl for. 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 OFFICE,  - SOUTHARD BLOCK Thive thitiKS to low: Courage, gentleness, nlleetion. Three things to admire: intellectual power, dignity ami gracefulness. Three things to hate: cruelly, vengeance, ingratitude.) Three things to delight in: Ixniuty. ! frankness and fnvdnm. Thiw things to wish for: faith, peace, purity of \ heart. Tim1.1 thints to like: good humor, mirilifuluess and the Ituinb-! ling Reveries department. Three, things to avoid: idleness, loquacity: flippant jesting. Thive things toi cultivate: good books, good friends, | good humor. Three things to con. I tend for: honor. country, friends.' Three things to govern: temper, ton-! gue. conduct. Three things to think1 about: life, death und eternity. MATRIMONIAL MANIA We have Just been told of a uintri-1 moninl journal in which men ndver-1 tlso for wives the snme as thv?y would for a horse. The way in which the J Mayor Gallirnith, Aids. Uowmnn, Vrooman, Macbeth and Cunningham, ! present existing wen- the only niemhers of the Council present at the regular mooting oa Monday evening. A considerable time was siHMrt rend ing the minutes of tho various special council meetings held in connection with the gas well proposition. The Kllison Milling Co. reported that the mill built at tlw city was tnl was voted, completed, and asked tho council toj Tho Gait Street crossing was dls-vlsit the mill to see whether It was c,880,|. 'j/i,0 Fire, Water & Light satisfactory that the terms of tho Committee was nsked to see that suf agivcmont between the city and the| fkient lights be placed on the cross-company may be completed. TlW fog to Insure the safety of the public, council will visit the mill on Wednes-, The Mayor said that tho city had a day afternoon. | right to ask for a gate and a watch- Thc Electric Co. wrote that the man to lie kept by the railway, cost of connecting up the Isolation! On motion of the Mayor tho engin-Hospitul WOllltl bo $135 and suggest- Wr Was asked to tns|ieot the grade ing that as -there would l*> no rcvon-^ west of the woollen mill from the no but from the hospital, the city! brick yard to Gall Street to see who should licnr hall the cost. Referred o,or n passable road could be made to the Health and Relief committee.'for light rigs at a moderate cost. C. F. P. Conybenre, K. C, wrote Tho Gall Hospital will lx> asked to advising that the salary of the city'prepare a statement tolling the mini-solicitor be increased to $72^ a year her of patients that would ordinarily owing to tho greatly iiureasod duties be chargeable to the city nnd the to-of the office. J tnl number of days, One of the Aldermen suggested that) An interesting debate took plate on the communication be referred to the appointment of n policeman. Aid. .lames Itnrelay to report. | llowmnn, Macbeth, anil Vrooman sup The Council nsked the city solicitor ported the application of Sergt. (Ml-to defer the request until the begin-! lespie of the It. N. W. M. P. while long of the year in view of the fact that all salary estimates hud already Ixvmi passed. I City engineer Arnold made a report | regarding the extension of the gnller- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ SEE FOR the Mayor and Aid: Cunningham sup ported that of Geo. Cribb, a former policeman of Liverpool and other cities. Aid. Cunningham said that the udvice of Chief Parry in favor of Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property ies at the pumping stations. Tho Cribb should be acted upon. Sergt. Council to rush the work on Gillespie received the appointment, at once. The Mayor mack' n sugges-1 The License and Police Committee lion that the engineer report on tho recommended that the chief ol police feasibility luid cost of a dam to lie he asked to prepare a sot of regula-erectcd at some place in tlw river so lions for the lire brigade. The regit-us to insure n water supply. | bilious had been prepared for ptvson- lly the engineer's report tile pi|io tat ion to the council but were referr-will be laid .13 feet towards the river oil to the License &i Police Commit-and then joined iron pipes will lw tee. extended into the river H5 feet to, A bylaw appointing a returning of-g!\e an immediate adequate supply 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- C. B. Bowman Agency Lcthbridgc, Alta. The work will In? completed In a day or two while that authorized at tho last meeting cannot Iw completed for six weeks. The olfer of the Turpln Furniture Co. of $I.oO for the cols nnd 11.00 for the mattresses owned by the city was accepted. The outfits cost Sil.70 fleer for the municipal nnd school board eieetions wus. read and passed. O. W. Robinson will be returning officer ami .1. 11. Fleetwood, his deputy. Tho early-dosing mntter was brought up again with another draft bylaw in accordance with petitions pros lousiy presented by the merchants of the city and the clerks respeetively. The following accounts wore order- C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers und Surveyors Higinbothnm Block, LetUbridge majority of men marry is nothing : nnd the city had the use of them on short of a burlesque upon the "sncrod two occasions. The mattcesses were institution." They set about looking.Iwlng destroyed by mice. for a wife us they would for n horse. | The Ijcthhridge iron Works Co. led paid upon certification They make an inventory of h>r "good wrote thai on a windy night the Are j 10. Adams points", ascertain the quickness ol in their moulding pots would not bo her movements, the stnte of lighted so us to avoid the danger her digestion, her capacity for from sparks. Lcthbridge. Lodge No. 2. Meets Is Oddfellow*' Hill ererv ' Frtdir **b1dk at 8.00 o'clock. VtaUlDg brethren �re Iwara welcome. A. Niven A. B. Pipes ' K.O. Bee acc WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 �ret* In Oddfellow*' Ball a cry aceond and fourth Tnuradar. VIMiora alwar* wricome lira. J. Stafford, Annie Davies M. O. Bqc. sec. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meem lut and >rd Mnn dajH In each inout" a i p. m.. In Ortrtf.-llon8 IU'i ttouud St. VInIUiik breth ren cordl illr w. Ici me. TH0S. HEAT0N, C. R. F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer economy, the yielding quality of her1 A ivport from the City Kngineer disposition, if she "suits," they pro- that the city reserve a flw-foot strip pose partnership, and women are along the edge of lanes so us to guar Mich fools, if we must suy it. fools antee suitable streets in all subdivi-froin the force of circumstances und ' sions. custom, as to say "yes" when with j The I^ethbridge Woollen Co. wrote ull the thunder of their souls they couftdaining of Ixing charged for two should sny "no." Such offers of wntvr metres und of an overcharge marriage are insults to the women fr. I>eing charged 12J cents who receive them, a shame and a dis p,,r \ .two gallons. They clniimtl that IjiHh. Iron Works ImiH'rlnl Oil Co. L. If. Kowler & Co. N. W. .loblung & Com. Ilullnlo Meter Co. T!e Rent ley Co. Adams Lunilier Co. Rogers Cunninvtliam Co. Western Stationery Co. Geo. W. Robinson It. Macbeth Agency Herald Printing Co. Co. LETHBRIDGE. alf.erVta MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Alma College, in Piano, June 1904, and post graduate June 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Red path Street. grace to the men who make them, [ and rank dishonor to tho Lortl who j created them. j There is nothing in the moral, spiritual or physical universe that makes mnrriage respectable, but love. Without it there can lie no j marriage, only a wretched, miserable form, that rapidly degenerates into n other firms got vuter eheii|>er and that they have lieen given to understand that their rate would l� less. Water Cuinniissloner Fleetwood said that the main cost the city $210 and the connection and metres at a cost of $125. He hud told the manager '.hat the company would have to pay for the metres and that he had so W. L. Wilson LICENSF.I> ACCTION ERR. Lethhritlge, Altn. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts A. M. RITCHIE, SEC. I Applications for dates may be made ' _'__' I at Tho Herald Ofhco. Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO  Letlibridgo, Ru.v-monti, Mi.gruth. L H. FOWLER & CO. General Ulacksmithlag and Horseshoeing. Maw buggies to order, oarriage paint-teg, all kinds of woodwork in wag-as, windmills, fanning mills, cream swparatora, grain picklers, bhv;k-with coal. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA 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 Btiits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repuirs, etc. loathsome, demoralizing burden. The i agreed. As yet the city hnd not retime to marry is when love demands I reived one cent from the company for it, nnd not simply because the water. Moreover tho c'ty had put In kitchen needs a cook, the dining table 1 a hydrant at u cost of $75 at their a llgure-head in muslin or silk, or special request. Regarding tho rate, the cucumber vines somebody to kill ^|r. Fleetwood said that there wus the bugs on them. Tho one to no arrangement In the bylaw and nc-marry is the woman you love, and no eording to the schedule the charge other one. That, and that alone should lv 12J cents a thousand. Tho should decide. Riches may take Rrewery nnd the Kloctric Company wings and flee away; lienuty may , paid for their metres. Tho A. It. & fade: good health is a very exvellont f. through an arrangement with Mr. | and desirable thing In mnn or v oman Chipmun, got their metre without j hut the circumstance of an hour or a huying. lie suggested that if the I moment may ruin the lH's-t of health, company did not want to buy tho | A man who married from "married metre thai u rental should be charg-i considerations," usually gets what ,.i|. 6.45 4sa.oo 2.95 1.7Q 18.9$ .53 62.88 �12.82 638.80 9. TO 25.00 20.00 49.50 NICE IRRIGATED FARM Near Lcthbridgc, $100 in fall wheat, fine crop. $J10 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 Lethbridgc, Alta. 1302.28 B. C. MOORE funeral Director and Embalmer Offlea Next to Prestyterlan Church. Offloe Phone 102. Residence 130. Lethbridge Financial CgL Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers.  Fire Insurance a specialty. See us when your next policy expires. R.Y.G1BBONS * Manager, Lethbridge Office, Ott Block Phoqe 222 INVESTMENT Nothing q�ite so Hnf� nnil ho productive um a llitla money InvoMiM in a bu  Iiii'kh e.l iiniu i. m On ill n t IhiHinoRH CoIIi'uh, Cnh'iiri, gu ii ran teen |mrinn-nei.t nnil siitiHfiic ory r.'tiiriiH Full piiriiculioH on rnqurat. h,. dewrves-its full equivalent in un- ( biippiiKos. A man who nuirri- ,{- wus lo� small. As boo i -ih I.ilH'rals of Alberta are indelKed to l">ssible a separate main would bo Hon. Or. Roy for providing one. At lmt in to *ot ovor tno difficulty, the Calgary convention ho expressed The council offered the company the tlie hope that Allierta would be "an,ehance either of buying the metre* or ull-IU-d Province." This is to lie tho l,uvintf " rental for tliom. They will MR. FRANCIS MURRAY Stngo Director. 'Two Orphans", Sat., Nov. -4)- 23. party's slogan, and a first-ratt u be granted u K|iecial rate for witoi us soon as the cost of tho water lo the city is determined. Secretary treasurer Robinson s'.b-niltteil to the council un approximate cowt of tho water pumping. Po w or Salaries ... Sundries Repairs Sularies General  Interest and Sinkibg Fund to Repay Principal Total Avenue approximate daily consumption 110,000 gallon*. Approximate cost lli.J per thousand gallons. Tlw discuKHlou of tho cost of tho waterworks brought out the fact that tlio city was supplying water to the approximately 121 cents |>er thousand while the cost to tho city was npproyimutely 12J cents per thousand. The company according to tho first agivonwint was io use 00.000 gallons on tho average daily. They now use. on un average. 120,000 gal Ions. At this rate tho city loses ab out $9 a day or nearly $3,000 The W. C. T. U. A SUNDAY EXCCHSION PR-EVENTED. The Lord's Day Alliance counts for something in tho lifo of Cuir.i.i i. A short time ago a Toronto was holidaying in Parry Sound. IIol noticed handbills ann lune'rig e fr'i n-dny excursion to bo run on -me the steamers of a big navigation company. Ho called tho utt.e . -n of the mayor of the town lo tho'fvl mid, reminded him that R was his duty toj see that the law was u >t. .iluled.j quisite stops. Mwrting the nianagcri of the company on Saturday eveningj the visitor told him what had been j done. The manager at once "wentj up in the air," and in the most vlg-| ornus terms slated that the Lord's. Day Allianco could go to-well nny-J where it liked--the excursion would, coino oft us advertised. Tho visitor urged upon him the futility of unduly exciting himself as the excursion would not lie permitted to uuvt.'iial-1 Uv. On Sunday morning tho man' from Toronto went to tlw dock and | saw scores of would-be excursionists laden with hampers and picnic has-' kuts returning from the tied-up boat and expressing themselves fiiely about the way they do tilings in Canada. In conversation afterwards, a New York banker, who had intended to take the trip, suid P. Burns & Co., Ltd. RochonVKfA, I HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY Fresh hand-made 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 and have it put into force with so little friction is the biggest thing I have seen yet. You uro a great people."-The Presbyterian, VICTORY FOR TEMPERANCE Finlund Prohibits Importation or Munufucl.uro of Alcohol. sia's tnrill relations with foreign countries, it- is not certuin whether tho emperor will "sanction the measure. In view of tho passage of tho bill, temperance demonstrations are being held In every part of the country. The Diet will prorogue tomorrow, when tho Enqieror's decree will be read with tho usuul ceremonies. the Helingfors, Finland, Nov. 1.-Tho Diet today adopted unanimously, You people! without roll-call, the alcohol bill pro a I t; have wonderful hut a private citizen could invoke Uio law ugulnst a big corporation law in this country. | hibiting absolutely the manufacture of alcohol or its importation into Finland. As. tho measure affects Rus Sumo people carry their Christianity in an undeposlted church letter, .1. W. Ward of Stratford, Ont. has been appointed secretary ot tho Edmonton Y. M. C. A. ;