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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion Lands Mtauitabie for agricultural purposes secured in tkat portion of tftw Province of Alberta, lying South Northern boundary of Town- dbip 28 and in the por- the Province of DREAMER Of course it is the natural desire of every mother that her daughter should "marry to use u cur-! sisterhood wio r..-mam phrase. But much depends that they might admiiii red there has been some.queen of self- sacrifice to whom jeweled hand was offered in marriage, but who staid ou the- old place because of the sense of filbl cbligation until the health was gone and the of p.r- sonal presence had vanished. Brutal .society may call such a one by a nickname. God calls her daughter and heaven calls her saint. like to siag the praises of'the BROWN SOLD (Taber Free Press.) There has been considerable talk of late that the large''tract of land war Taber, known as the Brown l.ase, had been disposed of to a corn- pa ay who would promote an irri- gation scheme. In fact some went so far as to sav that surveyors were on ABOUT Ike Uri shall be for a period not 21 years, and no a greater area thta Lands leased are not subject to Jhomesttad entry or fcut the of tlte Interior may kuefcold. or ary portion tfcereof tyfiviag two not The rental cbargeabie swo pen acre per annum. A granted an applicant un- he owns one head of cattle Jiead of sheep for erery 60 acres applied for, and the shall m- nmnt his stock so as to be ia poo- lion at the end of three years of upon how we interpret the word "well." Usually it is applied to a young man's income or financial pos- When this is the case the in unmarried the -rouiu{ makui- ..iiKter to thoSti who differentlyj _ __________ _______ ___ deni.-d ii, yet for political purposes kicfc up a-smaU tempest and brought the story was kept going. To satisfy, CQundl in for ihe worgt casti. (From Saturday's Daily.) Well, those salary increases parents. The brutal world calls these self-sacrificing peculiar or ang- but if vou had had as many and annoyances they have had to a positive tatemem.! gation it it Senator DeVebwIIL iloar mis 10 iiit- "tv-j v- _y standard used is an unfortunate one.jpo would have been an angel com- wrote to 'i through so quietly that even unf put thei Everything required in the construction of a Building, f Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do act send nil your money to Calgary and Craubrook. Help to build up Lethbriuge and a local industry by patronizing Olivers Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Round and Bonspas Streets Telephone 158 There is not a more cruel standard by which to measure a young man than the position he is able to offer the girl of his choice. We do .not ad- vocate of the "love in a cottage" theory, by any means, but we do belL-ve in the good old-fashioned theory of a younc couple starting out into the world with a moderate in- come, and then climbing upward to- gether. safer in A young girl will be far the hands of a young roan pared with'you. It" is to take of th; him'sharp ears of the reporters could not f five'rollicking, romping child- fbout Mr Maunsells reply it slipping through. It must hereto appended at the request 01j haw K0An Art .h. et ._, o r ren, than of one childish old man. Among the best women are those who allowed the bloom of life to pass away while they were caring for their While- other maidens were sound asleep they were soaking the old man's feet or tucking up the cov- ers around the invalid mother. While j have been on the strict Q. T. And Senator DcVeber and it speaks fun of it is that one itself. This should put a quietus on was SQ surreptitiouslv spirited through this party yarn. The following is Mr. Maunsell's Macleod, Sept. 7th, 1908. wag the .popu of the bunch. Everyone admits that Arthur Reid should have larger salary than he Dear Senator I had your was getting letter of the 3rd inst. in which you But what a gathering under the other maidens were in the cotillion j ask ine if I have disposed of iny in- j plum-tree there was, when th- city they w re dancing attendance upon! terest in lease to parties whosj ob-1 officials knew the plums were born of parents in moderate circum-J rheumatism, and spreading- plasters ject is to promote an irrigation j rjpe that Dad and Aid. Ives, the stances, honest in his principles, the [for the- lame back cf the septenarian, j scheme. j finance minister, were shaking the energetic and industrious, than she j and heating catnip tea for insom- The extent of the lease known as i tree. Ther_> was an awful- skurrying of cattle or five of for 20 leased, and 1 maintain stock in thif propor- durikg the of the with a young man who has only nia. krown the luxuries of life, and tot Let the ungrateful world sneer at whom work is an incidental matter rather than the aim and purpose of ilife. We do. not care how poor a 'young man may be if he has good is pisniaitad 1 health, souixi principles, is respeci- portion of the tracts refer- jfui of sacred things, is temperate m habits, and is not afraid to work I work hard, and face the world j a determination to succeed. of the Interior, Ottawa, j That young man can be trusted with W. W. CORY. and sweetest girl ever .rear- of the Minister af Interior. jn a Marriage and all thai f. publication of j a good, loving wife means, is the -de- to. A map showing shoep districts nifty w secured on j a application to the Secretary f the tlie maiden aunt, but God has a the Brown lease is between sixty and sixty-six thousand acres, and I understand that the order-in-council to get under, especially when they saw that the Scriptural injunctions were being carried out in so far that when the city solicitor asked for a on one side of that throne in Heaven i thc to {plum they game him a watermelon, there is a vase, containing two jewels, J purchase one-tenth of the lease, but j The watermaster got under and'ask- the one brighter than the Kohinoor a1. no of London Tower, and the other throne burnished for arrival, and j which sanctioned the granting of lor. will not be paid jvelopiag power of such a man. DR. P. W. TULLER ;PHTSICiAN AND SURGrEON LETHBRIDGE How soon the children leave us. It- seems, but a step befween childhood and manhood. How soon they lake i this step, and how oil- -n the eternal Ui X4uU.U4_fUL A. f tiiilyi 4 than any diamond ever found in thej districts of one jewel j by the lapidary of the palace cut with the words, "Inasmuch as ye did it to the other jewel by the lapi- dary of the palace cut with the words, ''Inasmuch as ye did it to mother." ed Dad to-shake him down a plum the open lease is! instead of a plum they gave him acres. ALBERTA SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. The seventh Provincial Sunday- School Convention is to be held in I heard a report myself thai I had a lemon. There was another stand- ing under the tree but wh .-n lie- saw! Lethbridge Herald WEEKLY PNEC PRESS And Winnipeg FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY Monti-Mi disposed of the leas.-s and would beithe lemons starting to faU hs skidoo- much obliged if you would contra- dict this. I was approached by cer- tain parties to sell which no doubt gave rise to the rumor. Yours faithfully, ed. The plums reserved for the po- lice force were found to be a little and will not b shaken off for Hours to nooa; to p. to p. m. 68, Residence 132 step irom life to death. We little j Medicine Hat November 3-5. The realize what the future of our little i principal speaker will be Mr. W. C. DR. C. C, GRAGG PHYSIClAISr AKD SURGEON ones may be. Heavea kindly hides the book of fate. One word today idly spoken, may on the morrow j stand like clouds of fire, staring us j ia the face. might have gladdened the is left undone. Tomorrow it One kind act which j adult department. lifrlii Tirto-r-f TTTo.T-I4- iff Pearce, international superintendent of the adult department. Mr. Pearce is a very interesting and practical speaker. He is the leader of the greatest move- ment of the twentieth century in Sundav school work. It is practical- Higmbotham's Drug back to our memory and. cause ly through Ms efforts that this _ de- a few days. I know Dad vrould get into a mix-up if he started out giving fat increases whether they were de- E. H. HAUNSELL. served or not? especially smc.> before the 'estimates wtre made he and the others had decided that money was too valuable, because of its scarcity, I to be giv.-u away. A good many peo- stron? t-bat salar- ies are being raised at all that the watermaster should have_ one coming too, especially when the city engine.r in whom Dad. seems to have such The District -Court held a session this morning to hear the case against implicit faith says that he ia as good Office 125. House 94. to 11 a-m.., 1.30 to 4.30 pan., 7 to 8 pjn. Dr. F. H. Mewburn a fine of slo. On his r-lease he will many heartaches. If w.e that partment has b.'come so prominent! deported. the little ones who are today annoy- {during the past few years. Thou-'j Holmes and' James, who interfered ing us in their childish fasMoa would i tomorrow lay still in death, how dif- ferent -would be our actions toward of men through the work of i with a switch in the A. R. I. yards Railsbcck who assaulted a policeman j an'engineer and.has at-Taber. Hs was given a month and the city faithfully since the system was put in.. If thr council start playing favorites they will get into a worse jackpot than ever and it will serve them right. Weekly Free PreSS andPraine Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best" THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH itEETS JIX CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. the department have been gathered into the Sunday schools in all parts them. Let us be more the ISTorth American continent. At St. cor. Burnett, j tnOW not what tomorrow has in -store j the rec.-nt International Convention, 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., :7-6p.'m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. held at Louisville, Pear-ce's leadership." y.j under Mr. L200 business a few days ago, appeared, but did not elect to be tried. They will en- deavor to bail which will be granted if the conditions imposed by the court as to sureties etc.. are met. W. 5. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGifl) PHYSICIAN, SUBGEOS ACCOUCHES Kedpatli St. Phone 53 9 a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m _ DtS- DeVebet CampbeJJ he is to do. a. service for his old maid Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. men belonging to the adult classes j 1 marched through the streets of that prince, just- iest ins T_T i-city, and demonstrated to th> public that the Sunday school is no longer to be regarded as simply for little children, but that it is for men also, and men of the highest calibre. The .Sunday school workers of, the pro. vince should make a special -effort to hear "Mr. Pearce.' This promises to be tne greatest religious gathering ever held in the province. The general theme is "The twentieth century. Sunday school or- My young lady reader, if you are looking lor your home conduct before you accept him. Don't be guided in your choice ly what a young man be in your par- lor, find out what he is in his moth- er's sitting room. Don't judge him by how he can dance or turn a corn- Condition Of the Grand Trunk pliment, or tip his hat. or carry; your small bundle, find out how agili aunt, or how 'he speaks to the wo- men folks when his collars are not- laundered to suit him. If he stands Drs. McClure Stewart DENTISTS D. Haginbotnam's new block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m rara-avis Together you may lish a kingdom second to none but the Kingdom of happy j home I London, Eng.. Oct. a large ly attended meeting- of the Grand Trunk shareholders. Sir Charles Riv- ers-Wilson, who presided, said that during past years the directors had not placed satisfactory reports be- I have heard that the city solici- tor has an intention of quitting his dual and somewhat peculiar position of being at one rmd the same time solicitor for the city and for the cor- poration with which the city has most busine-se dealings. He is a very able lawyer and would give splendid service to either body but i he must find it a Sam Hill of a job to fight- on both aides of a case at the same time, and to do equal justice to both sides of any controversy or The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these claait- ea: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and out-aad-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country- the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could. _catcv with complete satisfaction to- all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met- The Weekly Free Press and Farmer gives a complete recoroP by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition. it has special departments for American and British set-tiers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in and the .Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which yoo. cannot do without. LETHBMDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Herald, for one year each. ganized for effectual work." The dif- ferent- phases of the organization and work of the up-to-date Sundav school! fore the shareholders, but that he that owing to bad in Canada, today reports would not Gillespie will make a most rigid dispute that may arise. Other cities Testigation and soak-thfi Mlow9 who do not- engage solicitors of street railway companies or paving com- panies, or any other corporations whose interests may at any time be at variance with the citv's. are responsible for a good deal of thj vice that exists in the city. discussed. The Sundav school For the home where mutual should be thj arm of the church in all lines of Christian effort, hence consideration rules, is bound to be a happy one, aihougn it be the top flat Jin a tenement or an adobe hut on the prairies. 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, SOUTHABD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public j j The question which seems to con- j cern this country particularly is how i to obtain the most luxuries with the bast work. Some of the five-hours- j a-day fellowa have fifteen-hours-a-day wives, which help out a good deal in a family, and sometimes a ten-hotir- j a-day man finds himself in possession of a no-hour-a-day wife, which assures "dough cakes" for that family. Time if s. msn End his wife snd child- ren all pegged away at som.1. useful industry, according to the early set- j tiers, they would rise in importance as surely as cream rises on the top of a pan of milk. Nor is the good old plan of industry and economy- this convention will endeavor to show tne twentieth century Sunday- school should do in training work- ers in soul winning, in character building, in moral reform, in reach- ing the homes, in reaching the n .-g- lected masses, and many other live questions. Each school can send the pastor j and superintendent, and one addi-1 tional delegate for each twenty-five i of the enrollment or fraction of. The provincial board hopes that all schools will send full delegations. be quite satisfactory, but he hoped the worst was now over. Sir Charles insisted on comparison of expenses with other railways. He thought it an answer to many com- plaints regarding extravagance of management. The ratio of the Grand Trunk was considerably less than that of other roads. ONiARio WiLL uu WELL FOR LAURIER yet entirely untrustworthy, though j Montreal, Oct. a most op- timistic frame of mind was Hon. Sydney Fisher, Minister of Agricul- ture when spoken to this morning in Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors years roll by. Large house, fine fur- niture, elegant dress and equipage i with no business or visible means to back it up are everyday sights. One J is often tempted to think is not much difference between those who work and those who play, but that regard to his recent tours Brunswick and Ontario. "1 have now West as well as said Mr. Fisher, "and every__ thing has conspired to make me feel certain that the Government will b- returned by a large majority. In. stead of the serious slump from Lau_ rier that Ontario Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and barley, flax, seed, etc. L. H. FOWLER CO., a superficial standpoint. The Old Maid In almost every circle of our kind- PAIN Pfcla In the anywhere, has Its wast ffcta is congestion, pain is usually. At least, so .says Dr. Snoop, ami to proTe it he has created iv little pint tablet. Thnl Dr. Snoop's pressuru nway from pain centers, effect del Gently, though safely, it surely eauaiizes the blood cir''Ur ktion. If you have a headache, it's bloo.1 pressure. If it's painful periods with women, same ca Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge j is in of those who r t. r _ play. This is a natural conclusion Conservatives to show, I NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond aiid fourth Mondays in thcs i month. j Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- i tnent, would do -well to communicate j with us. I IICBERT NEVIN, Chief.' GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr xpecttd by the found our Troy, X. Y., Oct. Gom pers, president of the American Fed- eration of Labor spoke under the aus- pices of the local Federation here to- day. He urged union men to vote for labor interests and said that Bry- an had listened to the voice of labor in making out the national Democra- tic platform. He flayed Taft as an injunctiouist. MEETING AT RAYMOND Raymond, Oct. attended the meeting in the interests of Mr. Magrath on Saturday night. L. D, King presided and ad- dresses were given by Messrs. Ives, and Magrath. II you are sleepless, restless, nervous, it's blood blood pressure. That surely is a for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets stos It in 20 minutes, ar.d the tablets simply the unnatural blood pressure. Bniiae your flutter, and doesn't it itet red, and and pain you? Of course it does. It's con. ration, blood pressure. You'll find it where pain W- always. It's simply Common Senw. Mil at 25 cents, and cheerfully Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets J. J. JOHNSON. most insistent j hold our own if w do not gain a few i seats. "The estimate of twenty Liberals by Mr. George Taylor is sheer, folly. had thirty-nine in the last Par- liament, and unless all indications are we will haw: at least thir- ty-six in th; next. The interest taken in the Laurier and Fielding meetings was intense, and the meet- ings I addressed were marked by all that characterize the m ,'etings of a united and enthusiastic party. You may take my word for it, Ontario will do far better for Laurir-r than the Conservatives imagine. "Then, too, in Now Brunswick, I found the Liberals insistent upon a hirgt; Government majority. Only to- day a leading member of the p.triy said in all seriousness he expected Mr. to cany ton of the thir- teen seats. Our reports from all parts of the Dominion point to an tic majority for the .Government, rny own estimate being between thirty ami i FIRE AT NORTH BAY North Bay. Ont.. Oct. fire early this morning d stroyed the At- lantic hotel and several adjoining residences on Hclnt'yre street. Dr. Murray and his wife were stupified by the smoke and had to be taken out of their home. Th.- loss was about When the police made a raid on the homes of the painted and powder- ed beauties the other day they found out some things that are not record- in the sentences given by the magistrate. These women are bad enough and are a s-rioua menace to society. But no ue who has any of the milk of hum.in kindness left in his being can but feel some m-asure of sympathy for the poor fallen creatures who are outcasts of society because of the lust and greed of men who were stronger. But what words can express the feelings any respectable person would have for a man who would live upon the profits of the vice of these' fallen creatures. From the evidence given by the police as a ri-sult of the raids it is almost certain that there are beings going by the names of men in this city who are making unholy! profit out of the nefarious business. Among the ways that they are doing it is to rent houses to them at most exorbitant rentals. Another is to build a house for them and sell it to them at a price far exceeding what they would get from anyone else. It may be a hard matt :i for the police to get evidence to prove that these things exist. But if they do it means long terms in the penitentiary- for these miserable men who would sell their own souls and other people's virtuj for a few paltry dollars. It is to be hoped and it is believed that Chief YOUNG GIRL'S SUICIDE. Woodstock, N.B., Oct. day morning Miss Ida aged 24, left home ostensibly for church, but as the day wore on she did not appear, the parents became anxious, and large parties searched in vain until tonight, when her life- less body was found the ,rrv r a CARNEGIE'S GIFT. New York, Oct. fact, that, Andrew Carnegie has contributed- to the campaign fund of Republican National Committee was announced today by State Chairman T tTT-__l__..cr ikr-_ -rrr. _'.i i A UIIVLUV vvuuuiuii. mr. ruff also announced that Mrs. Rus- sell Sage had contributed to- i.he same fund. LIBERAL CANDIDATE. Montr >al, Oct. county Liberals today nominated V. Gla-du, as their candidate. Hon. few miles from home. It is thought j Mr. Brodeur was first offered the that the despondency over ill-healtb-j honor, but declined, being too much caused her to commit suicide drowning. by occupied with general work. organization NO HONING GRINDING PERFECTION EVERLASTING SHAVING COMFORT NO RAZOR TROUBLES POSSIBLE; These razors are tempered hard as flint by Our exclusive secret process of electricity. You can obtain ono on 80 dayi trial from your dealer without obligation to purchase. Sold by C. W. GRAY Lethbridge, Alta. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING When You Want Particular Printing s-i Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on yonr next work. W. JORDAN, Phone 106 ;