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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta tounces to his old friends and'customers ,' he has opened a General Lumber  Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Court House DR. P. W, TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlcc-Ott tllork. flour�~U:00 10 12:00 noon; 3:00 lo 5:00 p. m. i }:3 j io 8:30 p. m. Telephone-Office (8. Ito'lilonco 1,13 DR. C. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON OfUea ever Wlginbo thorn's Drug Store Pl>ono Office 13S. Uouw 04. Office hours-0 to 11 a.m., 1.80 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Rambling Reveries By a Drsamgr. CONK UKKOKK  flout W li Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying oat new townaitee. Contract prices on application. 10*Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Red path St. cor. Buntett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, 8UROKON AOCOUCHKR Office-Burdette St. Phone o3 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeYcber & Campbell Physioians and Surgeons Offioes-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T.Condell,M.D.,C.M. (Post fJrnclunto London Hospitals.) Temporary Office and Kosidence f.'r. Cuthill anil Courtland. Telephone Pay nml Night, IV2. There's a beautiful face in tho nip. Which follovs mo ever and i oar, With smiling pyos nml omlor hnir. With voiceless lips, yet with loe.C.h of prayer, Thnt 1 fovl hut rnnnot henr. the community in which you live, ness, ntul raise you in the esteem of hoy or girl because he or she found fauil with others? Never call jour Pid you over think my nior, of h schoolmates or playmates cross or i ugly. If they are such it docs n,it make them nny lictter to talk or think about it, while it makes you love to 11 well upon tho faults ot others and you W*romc like tho foul bird that prefers carjon (or f.i,H. Mather toll nil the good you cm on,] try lo think of sonic (food quality A SISTKU FARM LANDS Ho who has iwivr known i\ si*t-r's kind lliiiilstrat ions, nor felt his l.eai't and ringlets of warming beneath hor endearing smi.c nnd lovc-tienmitig i:y�, bos bvon uii-sleop. fortunate indeed. It is ru t t > to 1 stretch my arm for the clnsp of old wondered if the fountains of puro to�l Tho dimpled hands gold Lie low in n marble Hut the cni|>ty air Is strangely .oil, And my vigil alone I keep. There's n sinless brow with nn! i nt crown And n cross laid down in \ v> du�t' There's a smile whore n it i\ siui 'o comes now, And tears no more from '.host; dour eyes How, So sweet In their Innocent loot'. Ah, well' nnd summer is coming again, Singing her same old sweet song. Hut Oh! it sounds like n sob of pain, As It floats in tho sunshine nnd the rain, O'er hearts of the world's groat throng. Drs. McClure & Stewart 8URUEON DENTISTS DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Conldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-1-J, !">. W7~C".~ SIMMONS""'' I Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFPtt'K, - - SOtTllAI.I) Itl.OtK Money to Lend on Town end I Farm Property Synopsis of the Grazing Regul* tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lenses of Pominlon Lands , unsuitable for agricultural purposes \ may be secured In that portion of \ Vbe Province of Alliertn, lying South ' of tho Northern boundury of Town- j �hip 28 and In the Southwestern por- ! tioB ot the Province of Saskauh- : wan. j Leases shall be for a period not ; exceeding 21 years, nnd no lousoshall I cover a greater area thnn too.oiiu i acres. Lands leased niu not subject | to homestead entry or sale, but tho Minister of the Interior may cancel m. leasehold, or any portion thereof by {Thin,- the lessee two years' notice. Tho rental chargeable is two �vnts per acre per annum. A lease "nntiot ba grnnteil �n applicant unless he owns one head of cuttle or five llend of sheep for every t>0 acres applied for. mid the los-,v shall increase his stock no ns to Is* in possession at the cud of thivo years of one head of cattle or live h-nd of sheep for every 'JO acres leas.il, nnd Shall maintain stock in this proportion during tho continuance of the lease. Sheep-graling is permitted on only a portion of tho tracts uIm>vo referred to. A map shawm, tho sheep (razing districts may bo secured on application to the Secretury f tho Department of the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. COIIY. Deputy of tho Minister of Interior. |- - \ 7 X. 11 -Inauthorlacd publication of j MISS B. K. IIAUKISON. this advertisement will not be paid ing How in his bosom moiv sluggishly, or if the greater emotion � his nature lie lost in tho sterner uttiih-utes of manhood. "Tint man has grown up among kind n.tl nffoitloe-ate Nisters" wo hoard n lady of observation remark the other c.-.j. "And why do you 'MwK so,' wo inquired?'' "Hecauso of t'lo rUh �i�,-el-opment of nil the tend mm- nnd vi.rd and false philosophy has ron-1 j skies. sonul into oX|>e horn � lntemity niii^t l,,, th- architect and tidiness tho uplioN'.er-er It must be warmed by alTecti'Ml land li'-'lited up with cb riuln,.ss. In !dustry must be th- \er.t il.it  >r, re- liewmir the iittiiosphi-n- and Priu^im; in fr.-sb salubrity e\er\ .la.\ . Mule over .ill, ,i protect " cnno|i.\- of is lory, and nuthini: will sillu.- but the lilesslliLT of (loil. due .if our pi.pel.ir veitu; I.idles who is ,.\iil-ntl> cunt.'inplut ihi; iiiatri iiion.\ . Ues one iiiormni; hainl.il a lixtnmeiit from her fatli-r. will, t li  i Young lady do not smile on the suitor that toast- your fair name. The '.ove which ho s;>enks to you is , vfslied from his lips by the wine. , I io not i >t Mm p. due his ulleiriutic > irtef the KhiHS of 11. � l > spirits-It is blusilie.iiy. it wi'l If penury. Th* wne is dearer to his ho.irt than \ our swe *: fm*e i\11 I vwiinaiiiy gooil-nes*. h, ulready li.i- a mast-r; he c.innot have two I're.im nut of con version alt.-r \ on ai" his: that path-les- route is nil- .mil fiiilure. The 1.1.Ill who wi'l II e s-u-rilice his l,i\e of dri�ik for the i i of \,mr hand, w II Hot. Ml,eii il is 111 (.oil's emancipate hints, n Alberta Realty Co. Cod to "luxe, honor and cherish," has forgotten his xoxvs. The W. C. T. U. name Youiur man bin. 1  ii r _ leaf liirned doiwi at ;li" plis-aee 'II. win, Ul\,e|, ,, ,,,, ,-| |,l,. doeth .|- " Si,e iiiiiii,.,|i.... \s r Barrister, Advocate. Notary Public iuni.ii �iih H" f......w uu* wr.it.eii. beath il �|K;M- Hither, | , m ,,,| f. ! low mc all I bid "r.x in., n bin C. F. JlAKltlS .1-. Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON xV: V')l\\(I Engineers and Surveyors Ili^inbotliatii Block. Ltdhbriili;! ! ell'. 11 III d.i \> , 1 ! . tef V. Il.l IIM ' III 11.1111 Could not f �-. r>.....n e.l our | r an , Il.l III . Il i i bo oil l"l iii �� but .1-1, iwn bum-, k his Kee.. oh li p.,e, t s ^ '� "'I' iii.I it� Tile 111'.-St "me, iii j .11 .!,. � -l ! y pe. for I oi i| leu.. , | h i"ki:I-: ai>\ in: id vm \u \ii.n F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer . mi- ,i� a st renin h  iir mot -itidus'.ry xer nee this mix ice I LETHBRIDGE. ALPERTA for. Lethbridge, Lodge No. S. L0.�3O^0.F. ^ ol| |\. t ||,. il r. fit* e, t s , ,f fortui.es |[e';. upon x.Mir of liodx nml si.ul: ink., lor \ to sell-reliance, liniiesty ami for your stars faitli, p..r .md pluck, and inscriU. on y.iiir bail 1'i-r "It,. iiis> i nd f.-ar lint." lion i take too much ndvicf. stay at the helm and si,.,.|- your ship. Strike at Think w.: .! yours ;\,.s. K'. Graduate from Alma College, in above the ,.n.,. , ,u ,, Piano. .June l'.K)I,and post grad- �'* ' i"� unte June l'.Mi."i. is prepared to^"" '""'t ^ take pupils in Piano and Organ. do.-s,'t , and also to teach Oil Painting x">'� a curt over a rouuh road and 'any enterpris,.' and Physical Cjilture. Residence ""' sumi' .m.-s �,n K, ,,, ,1)(> .j,,/ fn,.n,is and I "Ml' oxvil lilt 11' I- I'a.x cash. I ake "an in coiiip;,s; , tile II I'.." "I 1 he ' ed ' I- l-l l'l l X.et. I.'...s..,| '1 . hot.te , I |iO, .111, ,t -I. Work � li.tine of ot'ly I r.lie11 in h -r no �>i' -.if. no v. In is v � 11 i>.ll xx ear a h.it t xx i- . or. r t r. unit oil1 Is she | 'o r 1 much the b. t'.r. 111,11 coiiim.-ue. L'.-th i'. wiirk. make, saxe, enjoy lift her. We charr.c x oil nothinii us xaluiible as it I , e I II, 'III, - U.....I. 1 ' - tuber. pile 111 � .il.eo e, -l n Willi >,t e to-In for wmsxr.v ihicsn r rt hi: Whi-ke\ tieith.r cui-'s nor pivvents consumption, us many |s.,ip|e believe iiccoriliiit; to the ami nil iN-port of the Henry I'ipps itist nut .on, one of tie lend lu' inst't ul ions of tb'e I tilted States for the trt'iilmeiit of tubcicol osis I lie report, which has just Uom issued, n iv.: "As our statistic on a lei ih. I i-m in t ubercolosis -lew. it becom.-s tieii e and more iua- 111 e.t that llll l\1|l'llle XtfXls ll|i.>tl this subl-ct will have to be ab.l-1- � I tied 'lh.it n'cohoi neither |m-\etits nor c'lles -t Ip-ereob sis is ev IlleUl iioin the nuiiib.-r of alcoholics who linx  com. i..|- 51- iiinieiti en,I th.it .'. ilo.-s not si|-,,iii;'\ j ,rei I e ; i, ,-e In Hi., di- m-e s �U.s IMll l\ i I ..III t ii. ii ii I' . illo! ;-l s lot" , I" 'il " 'lieli! -hovill that the II r � iii' i'e i l'l HI. Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Classes, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tackle Office Desks Type-writers All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NA1*WKJK\VA1*K. N" B. CANADA. o -1 ,i lei me pl'oin ill ' V ,1 -t | i- |>. mil.Til ||, e ,.. li III. .Ill*' t be llppl ' .Hi' -\e,l her cilll II l.e  ''i ill'ell of n I, ullol it's to t ul ..rc..1.,-is th.ui I Our Imperator Hams and Bacon I Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. '?> "$> Butter always in stock Is. \ Wtiltl) Id IIOYS. the children of non-iilciiholics." I,I>S HI'.KIt liRIVKIVi; MI.WS Til \T TIIK ol "ITIT OK K\C-TOIMKS AI'I'ISK.CI V Itl.V IN (UK \SKS    11 |.111..1 v f ! '(>,- II !'> p, tn Our v oiiun friend, did v on ever -- know-run \eraiii'e (piestion was aiiiiln dih-ovvn way to make in the world, spent cussed todax at tin- socialists nation his time on the streets or in any ul conxentioii in this city, other form of iilleni"ss or dissipation, Only one vote was cast aifainst a to succeed iii an eminent derive in resolution whose main feature was Look over your list an expression of opposition to the Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners ^ Beef is also getting good ! T Phone 9I for a good steer cut ! $ P. Burns & Co., Ltd.f - Parsonage. Red path Street. ac piaiuuinces and use of alcohol in any form ilurtnt; timi. Kiieruy. iiivinctlil,. determina-' note- their coins,., lio \ on not find working hours, thus si-tting the full _ tioii. with the riulit im-iixe. are tlie(ul",n examination that those who to- stivnuth of the socialists against the WINNIFRED HILL � ^'wrs l,l"t "u,xv world. Civil day nr.- men of inlliience ami honor, (ierman factory sv.itetu of Ui>r drink i ity costs nothing and buys every- were tlu> youths who made the most ing at regular interval,s throughout TEAl'JJEB OH Ml'HIf ASD DANflNO, | l|liMLr ,!,,, hlp|l,i%1.i of valuable time, nulling h to good the dry In many we rki haps tlw - | Will open Dancing Classes for | ,�,,,. ^,,,,1,1,., ,|,,nl n,., ,|lin*i i,tt|,-. account' And on the other hand, drinking of .ugh! or tell drinks of "WILLOW -P-^ANCH REBEKAH Children and Adults, Hatch fori Vl>\iu, t,t. ^,.n,.ri>,,s |,, K.|f.,vliiuii;>''>u not lind that those �lms......I Uvr is usual. The uvvailing opin- flirtlu'rnnilOUtlceineilt. Music far-1 u,.al| good books and the Humbling "" l,K' corners with a pi|�- or cigar ion among the delegates was that Meeta In Oddfellow*' Hall ever* Frtdar  renlng at 8.00 o'clock. Vlnltinit Brethren are alwifi welcome. A. Niven A. B. Pipes K. 0. Kec. sec LODGE, NO. 2 Meet* In OddfellowH' Hall e er? necond and fourth Tburada*;. Vuitom alwa/a welcome. Mn. J. Stafford, Annie Davies N. 0. fltc. �ec. nished for dances nnd receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. Hoveries depuHuie'if in this paper, in their mouths, went from had to the prevailing intoiii|-eriince of the Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets tut and Srd Hon-di*rn In each month a' 6 p. in.. In Oddfellow* Hall. Hound 81. VNItlnK brethren cordially w. lei.me. TH0S. HEAT0N, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. Keep your money at home by using "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manu factured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO Letlihritlue, Ha.v-monil, Mugriitli. and we will wager a big red uppie worse, from worse to ruin'.' Sadly hilioring class will gradually docreiisu that you will make a mini of whom '""st the answer Ik- mad.-oh. that with the betterment of the condition, the entire community will be proud it were not so- they haw fulled. Will 1he sliorteiilng of the Ihiuim of work, - : you profit by the experience ofolh-|anil th:* ubolition of night work. Parents, provoke not your children I ers? (!o not that way. Xevvr lie' The Iturgmann K.leetricul Works in a parent who always finds fault with i idle. Kvery moment of your lime is.rterlin, which is owned by Americans a child, who is never satisfied with a golden one, use it as such, improve wus one of tho first concerns in (icr-Flir Overcoats relilied from $10.001 what he ilncw, who scoIiIk and frets! the mind, tlx your mind on Miinu many to pivvent Its employes from S 't cleaned and preBSed " 1.25 l"1"' *-'ol"plaiiis, l>*t him do its he willnohle otijeet. Ik, men. The rail is drinking l:oer during working hours. g- breaks his spirit and soon ilt.stroys, | for men. will xou not lie one of that This followed a long hard light with 1 in the delicate texture of his soul, Mil number who can say "i am n, man." the viiiplnyeiw soiiie years ago and desire of lining well. The child, iu| ___ |the ivsult has lievn thnt the product despair, soon gives over every i-flort I of tho works is incixjuMiig iippr.-ciub- hints Kon hishaxos , lv. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSl'LT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in ull parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block. Lethbridge E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of (t. H. Johnston's Store) Pants Your own goods made into suits from..............11.00 j Estimates given for all alterations, to please. He becomes morose, sui- Karl of Derby's seventy. Viscount MelbounoH sixty-nine, and Sir Hubert Peel's Kixtx-two. repairs, etc. The C. B. Bowman Agency Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Established 1891. Phone 200 Offices Post Office Block Lethbridge, - Alta. B. C. MOORE. Funeral Director and Embalmer a tho Aged Premier*. len. stupid and indilTerent us to what When n man has establish^! he does, Hin.v all that he does mis-ts^ ,,,,,._ hl(M w w,fo ,,,, ehildtvn, with tho same reception from tho,,,,,*,, i,,,HJI.tIlnt duties of his lit',. hav, l,i,,VMt- i fuirly begun. The errors of his youth ,, may Im> abltieriited, the faults of his The fact that Sir Henry Compbell-a woman may be surrounded by all early days may lie overbuiked; hut Hnnnerninn, who celohraUsI his The Drought in Ontario. (Toronto Stir.) Offlee- Next to I'rtsal ytorian Church, j the luxuries that inoiiex can buy. and from the moment of his marriage he seventy-first birthday in September OfAce Ilioiio 103. KeBMeu.ee 180. Letbbridge Financial CD. Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers. Fire Insurance a specialty. See ub when your next policy expires. R.V.GIBBONS Manuger, Lethbridge Office, Ott Block Phone 222 I have the fawning friendship of commences to write an inefTnble his-| |h>ople wliosx- smiles oiilx live in pros tory: not by pen and ink but by I |>erity; but if she feds herself unlov- d.s-tls by winch lie must ever ufter-i ed and alone ill her heart, the crown ward be reported ami }ude,-d. | jewel in her diadcin of happiness is' His conduct at home, his tar,, hallos!, things love their value and hie his family, tit,, training of his chil- j becomes in,nt,ilon,his. The honest.| dr.ui. his at:,-nt1oiis to his w i ,.. his month, at which age, Mr. (iladstono and after-dinner speakers have 'tender love of two brave hearts w lio | devot ion lo the great interests of ! have stii'-led out, and are st ruggl iug : i-torni'ty. lln-*se are the t.sts by ito gel ii home for their lit.tle ones [which his character wjll ever after- i j and tiionex enough to f,n-d. clothe nml wartls Is- �*stimuleil by those xxliii iediicato lliein, mal.es life a thousand think or care for him. times more attriiotix,. than inspiring. , determine bis position while living, age ef more than eighty six. Otl'.er _ and influence his memory when the octogenarian premiers were Karl Kuh- \ SII V'l'lt HIT K grave has closed oxer hi.-t. Ami as soil, who nearly coinplou-d his eighty, i he uses w,.|l or ill the brief space al- sixth year, and to the last strenuous You nil know the f. M." passed away, and world. The older portion of Ontario broke the record which hud tx-en held the region that has suffered so ter- Tlw heavy losses caused by tho dry season in Ontario may load to a consideration of tho Ivenolits of artificial everywhere and not a drop to drink" splendid illustration of what can bo done by going a few bundled feet below the surface and tapping tin; great reservoir that lies In-low. There is no reason whv the Ontnriui farmer should stand v ith his hand* folded wondering whether it will ruin or whether his cattle will go thirsty' and his crops be ruined for want of rain. Tho ancient mariner called out. in his agony of thirst "water, water. He was surrounded by salt waler. Hut wo are surrounded by fresh water, water on every side of us, water a few feet or a lew hundred feet he-low the surface, great resources of water that only need to i mi tupped in order to fertilize the soil and a*8-suugo the thirst of man and lieast. These will by Lord Sidmoiilh, who died at the ribly from drouth, is an island sur When wo huvu uwukenod from our sleep we shall ul) wonder wuy w� of Ontario does could have been so weak and child-depend absolutely ish as to stand with folded arms looking up at the sky and wishing for rain that would not conn*. Wo ought to nuiko the fufiner as independent of the clouds as the dwellers of the city. City people get i heir water by orguui/od and systematic ef fort. It is morn difficult for farmers I.iiwretice Kiver and the (ireut Ijikes It is Idled with smaller inland lakes and rivers.  Some of the rivers, in tabl.v the Niagara Kiver, furnish not only water but abiind.inl power them do unto ,\ou." Her., is a rule'solid of foiniilii I ions--pri v ale worth--' Jack" which was bestowed upon him | i...,i, .0...1 ... -----I of others; forget and keep silent con- � w 'ler proof of tho stoicism of'corning all their bad qualities." Vou| simply Ixei-ause home lacks suntihlne. I isters of the ipuvn who an* dead needs, sometimes by gravitation, men is that they never wnup over njcunno'l. cottcnive how much such 11 , Mitiiy a wife estm'iiis doatli her best j IMsraeli's age was seventy-seven, the ' soinel imos by sponding a I it t "o inon- course will hoighloii your own huppi-' friund, because lie who svvoiy buforu 'Karl of Aberdeen's seventy-six, the oy for coal. The town of (Salt is a rounded by the Ottawa river, the St. | living farther apart, to organize, and they ouglil to lu as-isted by tho Do minion and Provincial (.overnmetits. Ily some kind of orgaiii/tion and cooperation every fanner in Ontario could be assured of his regular supply of water as the householder in Toronto is. * Tile li�Ht proof of on is Urn fellow going to the marriage ultur: of 11 farm assures j tho purchaser of never-fulling creeks his must holy, Cod-given'end hirl Inlay, nnd Lord Palm,-rstoii, j ami stivuins uiul springs. CiCesund he cannot ho|*i> for titei'cy hern and Karl drey, who both dietl nt j towns have no (lilliculiy in finding an Manx a clii'.d goes ast ruy, . < ighl.v -ont,. Of the other prime min- abundant supply of water for their It is funny how mighty little work it takes t;i convince a mill that h� has earned a rest. , Tho end of love's little world conies when a third person tries to and room to live therein. *� ;