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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta  '.1 mm Mm to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber -Business On Baroness Road, east o^ the Court House DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlce-Ott Block. Hour*-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 to 9:00 p. m.; 7:3) to 8:30 p. m. Telephone-Offlfi- 18. ItMidonre 13a OR. G. G. GRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON OfliM ever Biginbothatn's Drug Store noaa Office 135. House 94. Office houra-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to S p.m. Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie pominipn Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time daring the inminer to laying oat new townsites. Contract piioec on application. iOrOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. SyRopsis of the QnA^i Re|uia-tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. OrsKing leases of Poniinion Lands aasuitablc for agricultural purposes may be secured in that portion of he Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 ^nd in the Southwestern portion of the Province of Saskatchewan. lioases shall be for a period not Jcnecding 21 years, and no leaseshall 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 a leasehold, or "any portion thereof bygrivin? the lessee two years' not -lee.. The rental chargeable is two Bents per, acre per annum. A lease annot be gran led an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 60 acres nppIieO for. and the le-ssoe shall increase his stock so as to be in pos-MBsion at the end of three years of one head of cattle or five head of �beep for every 20 acres lea.wd, and �hall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-grazing is perraitted on only a portion of the tracts above refer-' TeA to. A map showing the sheep (razing 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 paid lor. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Hours-Before 9 �.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. STindayrt.30 to 3.30 p. m. Teleph^oniB 41. W. S. GALBRAITH.:N.D.C.I| (NcGilD phisioian; suboeom AcbbtroBEik Office-Burdette St.^^ Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 b.m., 2-3, 7-8 pm -I Rambling Reveries By a Dreamer. ��������Ml goxk nrii-'oui': There's a beautiful fuco in Iho .-ileiit air, Which follovs niP ever uti'l icur. With smiling eyes anil ninlicr hair. With voiceless lijis, yet with l)'n.iLh of prayer. That 1 ftvl but cannot hear. the community iu which ycni live, ncss, and raise you in t!w cMwin of boy or girl becau.se ho or she found fa Hit with oUior.s.> Xever call vi'ur Difl you ever think r ny mon of a sclioolinntes or pluynuitcs cross or ugly. If tlioy are such it does n.it make thorn any iK-tter to talk or think about H, wliily it muke.s vou love to dwe'll upon the faults ol i)lti-(�rs and you t^cconie liko the fmil bird that prefers (.arjon for 'luH. Rathor toll all the good you cm. nnd try to think of some good ijuiiliiy. A SISTER The dimpled hands gold Lie low in a marble sloop. I strty air is strangely And my vigil alone 1 keep. Drs. D�Yeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T. Condell. M.Dm C.M. (Post Graduate London Hospitals.) Temporary OfRcc antl Residence Cr. Cutbill and Courtland. Telephone Day and Night, 32. There's a sinless brow with vaO > nt crown .\nd a cross laid down in i,�t'. Drs. McClure & Stewart SURGEON DENTIST8 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 Coaiaale, Room 12 Office Hours U-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notiiry Public Ah, well! again, Singing her same old sweet song: But Oh! it sounds like a sob of pain, .\s it floats in the sunshine and the rain, O'er hearts of the world's great throng. There's a beautiful region above the skios. And 1 lonir to roach its shore, For I know I shall find my treasure there. The laughing eyes nnfl nnibcr hair Of the loved onie gone before. He who has ne^e^ known .a si-t-vr's kind ministrations, nor felt his K.-.irt and ringlets of i warming beneath her endearing smi.o and love-beaming f.yc. h.vs been unfortunate �ind'X'd. It is nt I l ) to wonderen-ate sisters" we heard a l�idy of observation remark the other o.j. "And why do you 'J\\\\K sediency, and even weep for the gentle inlUiencos which moved him in his earlier years. Six thihcrs are reipiisile to creat.^ happy lioiii!'. Integrity must he the arehi'tt'ct and tidiness the upholsUT-er. It tuust ho warmed hy affoclion and lighted up with chc'.'rfiihie.ss. In-'""'"^' Young lady do not sniil'e on the suitor that Hiast-: your fair name. The ',(>ve which ho s;iciik.s to you is viished fi'oni his lips by ' the wine. Iio not XO'i him pV'iltre his allegiance over the gla.ss of liery spirits-i't is bliispheniy: it will le |>erjwry. Th,? is dourer to his ho.\rL thiin Alberta Realty Co. (iod to "low, honor and cherish," has forgotten his vows. The W. C. T. U. OfBce-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YlJUiNG Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. MeeU In Oddfellows' Hall ever*' rndar reolDR at 8.00 o'clock. VlaltinK t>retbren are SlwaT* welcome. A. Niven A. B. Pipes �. O. Bee. oec Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge du.stry mn;;t be th- ventilator, re-'.v"""' s�-�'^ face ami womanly go.nl-newing the iitm(..';|.hoiv nn-ntl\' conteniplnting uuitri \ o:nanciiiale hiiii.si-lf. mony, wiis one morning handed a| -' testament from her fathiM-, with th.^i Youni; nuin bUuk your own boots, leaf turned down ut the following and liid ever.v nuin black his. K.3j|i passatte: "IK. who gi\i>th in nuirriuge >"our own hands in vour own pockets rioelh better." i'^he inniiediatidy rv-jl'a.v cash, tJikd old .tjent 1.'- J'ou, of bV'ssed \vonui')iliood bene-i th I nuia conid not keep the secret but,th�? homo of hni'. Is n Rood. i)uie. I weeived our pronuse not to iiulilish educHted. workiiiu- farni.'r's uirl. The nanie.s. ; lumie (u' iiidy becomes her; ciilicoi - � briny's from her no sneai FRKi-: ADvrci-: to vorxt! mi:-V. whiskky l)Oi:.-^nt CLRi:. r. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer LETHBRIDGE. AL.BERTA MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Alma Cohere, in Piano, June 1TO4, and post grad-tiate June IVtllo, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teacli Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Kesidence -Parsonage, Redpath Street. 'WUXO'W BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 lleeMlii OdilfellowR' Ball e erj iiecond and foortb Thumday. VUltora alwaja welcome. Mn. J. Stafford, Annie Davies H. O. Kec. Sec. CMrt Star of Uthbridge. No. 8095 A. O. F. Meets In! and 3rd Mon-daja in each month ai 8 p. in., In Oddfllowa HaU, Hound St. VWItltiK brethren eordiall; wrleome. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO Lethhriilge, Raymond, Miigrutb. The C. B. Bowman Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Established 1891. Phone 200 Offices Post. Office Block Lethbridge. - Alta. MISS WINNIFRED HILL TEACI^EK of MUSIC AND DANCING, Will open Dancing Classep for Children and Adults, Watch for further announcement. Music furnished for dances and receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. 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. You atx! the architects of your own fortunes. Ite'y ujion your strength of body and soul; ta.ke for your motto -self-reliance, honesty and industry for .your s'lurs faith, jsersiever.jiice .^n^^ pluck, ami inscrilje on your ban iirr "He just ind fear not." Don u tako too much advice; stay at the helm and .steer your ship. Strike ( ut Think w.t. .)! yours Ives. Fi.c uliove the i.i:1.-k � lU Intend I i t.il Ito.'i't iiri �. Iii.nib.tv Vou can't j-^e', i'!��e ? m 'avtt-ter doesn't i tn  I'l !'! p'ln toes in a carl over a rotigh road and the small ones will ko to the bottom. Knergy, invincible determination, with the right motive, are the levers that move the world. Civility ciLSts nothing and buys ever.v-thinjr. Don't di-iuk, don't smoke, don't gamble, don't lie, don't tattle, lie polite, be generous, be .self-iioliant Kcnd good books and the llambling Iteverios department in this paper and wo will wngcr a big I'jd apple that you will make a man of whom tho entire community will be proud. no scorn. This tiirl will wear a hat twice with out triinuiing. Is she poor ? .So much the Ix-t'tcr: then coninience together; work, niukeri.ty; but if she feols herself unloved ami alone in, her heart, tlie crown jewel in her dia:ted out, and are sti'uggling to get a home for their li'Ule onus and money enough to I'ced, clothe anrl educate thetn, makes life a thousnnd times more attractive than inspii'ing. Our joung friend, did you ever know-can you cail in mind a single case of a person, who. having his own way to nuike in theWorld, spent his time on the stixjets or in any other form of idleness oivdi.ssipation to succeed in an eminent degive in any enterprise'? of friends anil acciuaintanees and niMe their course, Do you next find Mpon examination that those who today are men of influence and honor, w�ro Ills youths who maile the most of valuable time, turning it to good account? .Nnd on the otiver hand, do you not find that those who stood on the corners with a piix! or cigar in their mouths, went from bad to worse, from worse to ruin'? Sadly must the answvr Ixi made-oh, that rt were niyt so-they have failed. Will you profit by Ihu e.xiwrience of oth-oi-s'? Oo not that �'n,\'. Never be lk8s n\:Kn duinking mkans THAT rrrio oiti'it ok fac- TOIUKS APPIiRCIAliLV I\-cUKASES ICssen, CVrmany, Sept. 21.-The tslii|)erance question was again dis-cu.s.scd today at the socialists nation al convention in this city. Only one vote was cast against a r,.solution whoso main feature was Look over your list, an expression of opposition to the u.su of alcohol in any form during wiu-king hours, thus setting the full strength of the socialists against the Oermnn factor.v s.v.i'tcm of lioer drink ing nt regular interval,s throughout the day. In many w/ rki'hnps the drinking of eight or ten drinks of \>tor is usual. The nrevailing opinion among the delegates was that the prevailing intem|.>erance of the laboring class will gradually decrease with the betterment of the condition, the shortening of the hours of work, and the abolition of night work. The llergmann ICIcctrical Works in Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in rt'frip;erator cars. Always nice and fresh. Butter always in stock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good ! Phone 91 for a good steer cut ! ^. Burns & Co., Ltc. IP YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS. Oliver Block, Lethbridge idle. livery moment of your ^inia i.��j/I�erlin, which is owned by American.'* a golden one, u.so it as such, improve ^ was one of the first concerns in Ger-the mind, fix your mind on some many to prevent its employes from noble object, l>o men. The call is drinking beer during working hours, for men. will you not Iw one of that | This followed a long hard fight with Earl of Derby's seventy, Viscount Melhouno's sixty-nine, and Sir Kob-crt Peel's sixty-two. number who can say "i am a man." the emplo.TCOs some years ago and the ivsult hns lietn that tho product o-f the works is increasing appreeial)- ly. Aged Premiers. HINTS POU HLSllANDS When a man has established a home, has a wife and childix-n, the most important duties of his life havo fairly begun. Tho errors of his youth may lie abliterated, the faults of his| The fact that Sir Ilonry Campbell-early days may Ixj overl,ookod; but llannernmn, who celebrated his from tho mon^ent of his marriage he seventy-first birthday in Soptembei', commenc^'s to write an ineffable his-' is not onl.v the premier but tho fath-tory; not by pen and ink but by cr of the House of Commons, invites The Drought in Ontario. (Toronto Stir.) Tho heavy los.ses caused by the dry simson in Ontario may lead to a consideration of the lionefits of artificial irrigation. Schemes of artificial irri gation have been worked out in those parts of Wc.s'tern Canada and the Western States that are chronic suf-feiws from dryness. If you can deal with chronic drouth, can you not do something to pro\itle against a dry .season' in n region which is uaually well supplied with water from tho clouds? The iirovince of Ontario does not need to der>end absolutely on tho clouds. Oeography text-books, ttnit succeeded to the premiership. It et�?rnit.v, these are tho t^sts by'was not until thirty years later that which his character will ever after-! tho "Ci. O. AI." passed away, and A SILVKU 1(1 LE. You all know the Ciolden Uulc "Do unto othvjrs as you would wish them do unto you." Ifeiv is a rule which is almost as pai-t of the Gold en Uulo, but which wo wtll put liy itself, and becau.so of its value, call it the "Silver Kule", Think and say all .you can of tho good iiualities of others; for'.get and keoj) .^iiont concerning ull their bad (|ualitios." Voti cannot conteiVc how much such a course will heighten your own haiipi- 'think or care for him. 'i'heso will d^ytermiivo his po.sii'tion while living, and indueiice his niemorv when the j grave has closed over hi;;i. And as ho u.ses. well oi' ill tho brief space allotted to him, out of all leternit.v to .o.'�tablish a faniA founded on the mo.^^t solid of fourulution�-lu-ivule worth- so will God and man judge him. He holds in his hands tho private weal and woo of his cliildivn; and if ho abu.soK his most/ holy, f!od-given li'ust, he cannot hopv? for nierey hero H ter. !\hiiiy a chi'.d giKw n.slray, simply becau.so home lacks sunshlno. Many a wife osl;eoms death her ho.st age cf mora than c'ighty-six. Othei' octogenarian premiers wore Rarl llus-.sell, who nearly comptelt'd his eighty sixth yoar, and to tho last strenuous rotmdotl by tho Ottawa rivei', the St. Lawrence Hivcr niijl the Great Uvkes It is filled with siiialler Inland lakes and rivers. ' .Some of the rivers. ond birthday, and Lord Palinorston, and lOarl Grey, who both .died at fc'ighty-ono. Of the other primo ministers of tho queen who are dcacl l>i,sracll's age was seventy-si; von, the friontl, becau.se he who swol^o before' Earl of .Vbordeon's seventy-six, the ly advocated popular measures in ; notably tho Niagara Hiver, furnish spite of the nicknana^ of "Kinality rot only water but abundant-power .Jack" which was .bestowed upon him � to take water to any place where it and his decla,ratif>n in fnvoj- of "rest J is rofnamd. . Aliiiost every nrtvcrii.so-ing and bo thankful"; the Iron Duke, mont f(u- the snia of a farm assures j who livofl to celebrate his uight.y-soc- the purchn.ser of never-failing creeks splendid illustration of what can be dime by going a few hundred feet below the surface ond tappinj? the great r8s�?rvoir that lies below. �,' There is no reason why tho Ontariw farmer should stand vith his hand� f(dded wondering whether it will rain ,^ or whether his cattle will go thirsty' ami his crops lje ruined for want of rain. Tho ancient mariner called out . in his agon.v of thirst "water, water, ever.ywhere and n-pl.V of wntor as tho householder \\\ Toronto is. * and sti-oums and springs. Cities and towns have no difficulty in finding an abundant supply of water for their nwds, sometimes by gravitation, sometiinos by ^pending a litt'e money for coal, Tho town of Gait Is a It is funny how mighty little work it, takes ta convince! a man that hi> has earned a i-ost. j> The end of lo\'o's little world conies when a third person trios to flnii, room to live thoiv.>in. , ^ ;