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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .*rMa,'U>t' ;0!*-*Urtv.f j^i^iSSo t}&t m^^ in the nfttf,�ee, ,^o^ seen i%WH�riS�; iks liniiil Us^K!": �the fliie-- hoiisn with tlib96 v'ifiWiv ffhaj h.ivj studied Weill the cdnditiipris and souad businejw judgement hits prompted ihem in investing hen. , .GeAliKO'Couch *i1*h t)io ci-' ty's; growth by-buying it lot or home and you will profit by' U. Dollars plaiito'l in I^ethbridge soil will provr. If you ano in d�ubt an interview with U8 will convince you. The C. B. Bowman Agency Uthbridfc. - AlU. Correspondence invited. \ A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Snrreyor Will derote his entire time daring the ummer to laying out new townsites. Contract ptioea ou application. JKrOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridfje. Syiopsis or the Grazini^ Regula-t Hons for the P^vinccs of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lea^a of IKmiinion Lands �wuitable tor agricul'turai purposes Biay b� secured in that portion of Mie Province of Alberta, lying South ofthe Northern boundary of Township 28 and in the South nrestern por-ttoB:, of the Province of Saskatcb-�wan. Leases .shall be for a period not. �xoeediBg^^l years, and �& leaaeshall cover a greater area than lOO.OOO eras. Lands leased aie not subjeot to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may caaoel m l�M�hbId, or any portion thereof bygtviBg tke leasee two years' not -Iw. The rental chargeable is two cats per acre per aanam. A leaae ��Dot he granted tin applicant un* lass he owns on� head of onbtlo or five head af slieep for eveiy eO*craa ppljed for. and the iasaee shall Im-fisasH his stock so as to bs in poa-aMsion at the end of three V�an of head of cattia or Ive Ikewd of for every 20 acres teased, and Shall aaintain stock in this propor-tioa duriag tha coatteuaaee of the Sheep-graaiag is pemikted on only  portion of the traets above refer-l*d to. A map riwwing tha sheep Vraziag diatricu may be secured on appliSatioB to the Secretary f tfas Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Depaly of the Minister of Interior. �' N. O.-UaauUlorieed pubtioation of !4his advertiseOHAt will not be paid lor. Lethbridge, Lodge T^o. 2. : Ueetn lu OrtdfeUown' Hall everT Friday , ereirlnK ai 9.00 o'clocH'.-'Vlsltlnu brctbren �re I alv'STx wrlcomii. A. Niven A. B. Pipes K.G. � Kec. sec -WILLOW BBANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Mrcts In Prtilfcllows' Hall e erv second and fonrtli Thurhdav. VlMltors always welcome. Kra. J. Stafford. Annie Da vies r: , N. (?. Ui'C. .>cc. Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets iKt and :)rd Mondays In each monid a 8 p. m., in Md(lf'*Hovv8 nail. Kound .St, Visliliig brethren cnrdUlljr WflcDine. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. w^lOR. P.MTULLER jrllYSIClA^'Aa*ja...SURGEON LETHBRiTOE Keep yonr money at home by us-iny "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING L ELEVATOR CO. LetlibridHe, Hm,v-rooiid, Magrath. � n SI pel L H. FOWLER & CO. OeaeraV Blacksmithing and Horikiriioeing. Kaw buggies to onlor, carriage paint-lac, all kinds of woodwork wag-ras, windmills, fa^nning mills, cream separators, grain picklers, bla'ik-laith coal. , iLbthmidob. alberta Joe hour#-i9,(^ 11 a.l��J.u!;1.80 to |;�� pSm.. ^ ---- 1^1 Dr. F. H. Mewburn Offict^Redpath St. cor. Burdett Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m. 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. W.S.GALBRAITH.M.D.C.M.(McGiil) PHYSICIAN, SUBOEON AtXXtUOHER Office-Bnwlette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DcYcbcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Officea-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T.Condcll, M.D.,C./VJ. (Post Graduate Londoa HoBprtais.) temporary Office and Hesidence Cr. Cutbill and Courtland. Telephone Day and Night, 32. Drs. McClure St Stewart 8UB0EOM DENTISTS Officar-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. OPPICE, - - SOUTHAVp BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Pr6perty C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HA.MILTON & YOUMG Engineers and Surveyors Hifirinbotham Block, Lethbridge r. T. BREWER F�asr�l Director and Embalmer I�THBRIDaC. ALBERTA MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Alma College, in Piano, June 1904, and post grad-nate June 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage, Redpath Street. W. L. Wilson UCENSEI) AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, Alta. HosidenoB Cor. Ford and Glyn ats. Applications for dates may be mado at The Herald Office. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overconts relined from SIO.OO Suits cleaned and pressed ' 1.26 Pants25 Your own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates two pnths U'nfliiijj into the f\ituro. aiid it Ls fur Uumh to '.'W-tect which imth tht>y journey in. To Hid thcni in sok-ftinfr aro tlioir neighliors, somu of wlioni in early life sc'njctoil one pnlh and others the opposite. The noijfhlior who mado the wise choice can be .seen peturniiig to his home for the c\x>Tiin,u; meal, his faco radiant with joy as the children nicot him nt tlio Kate, each one en-deavorinc; to jrot the first Itdsa. The oilier neighbor goes home throuRh ttie alley, his steps are iinstondy, his face flushed from dissipation, the children flee to the mo'thcr ns he approaches. These two neiRhbors had nn equol start upon life's voyage the difference now so plainly visible is caii.stxl by the putlis they selected to travel in nt the IxsKino'ng of thts upon the other hand, will make nil the dilTcrencc you see in the neighljors. A youth of study and itraining in n few .^t!ars moulds linea- ents of the face into the resem-blani-e of the fisst picture of manhood, wh'ile by a law equally inevitable, idleness and dissipation bring out all the lower animal faculties, which reveal themselves in the de-presscrl forehead, the hard eyebrow the coarse' mouth so pin/inly de\'elop-cd in the man who chose the wrong path. The boy who selects the wrong path soon becomes a rowdy and blackleg and if he escapes the prison and the gallows and reaches the midday of life we find him a drunken loafer, sneaking around the grogshop in ho|X' of securing a treat ifrom some one who knew him The High School Observer A. G. Virtue, F.dilor in chief. J. 10. Kenny. M. Jl, Dunsworth, As s slant lOditoi-k. \'ol, 3 'I'liursdny, October 17, No. 2 Ijist wivk It may have bivn noticed by our readi-rs that thu printers weiv on strike Init, this wec^k even a givator cala.'jtropho hns happenc up tlic pa(>or and if our faces wove Jiale last week n tinge of fleu'th-likc pallor mu.st have croi>t into th�>jn this week. Of course our renders must not e.xpect a pa()er any thing like it would lie if we had the valuable assistance of the Chief Ed I'tor. *The As.'si.s'tant Editors. COVriMULTIONS We wish to thank those who have kindly contributtil to our paper this week, but more es.says ond fewer jokes would be better appreciated. IJy an essay we don't mean any long composition but a paragraph on some suitable nud inter^t^ting subject. As nn example hero is one ou the topic of Success: He has achieved success who has lived vi'll, laughed often, and loved much, who has gained the respect of intelligent men anbnll season should be over now ns it's j?e'tting late in the fall. So why not invett in a foot-ball for it's jus't the .season for this game 'f (Signed) P. J. M. We agree with our contributor in this resijcct and think it is due time that the willow should Ije laid aside and the pig.skin brought out. SPECfAL TO THE OBSER VEU. Spokane, S'ept. 2S, 1907.-All w; it-ings of llora;tio Al,'jter, Jr., ha/o been barivjtl fr�n) the public library i.ere. The olficials say they are unfit ior third or fourth one you draw into jt ; youthful reading, with you will form n party and .s-tand D. C. MOORE ru.n�r.il Direct >r and Ernbalmer Offle�-Next to Presl yterian Church. Otnce Phona 102. Itesidenca liUi. Letbbridge FinaBcial C8L Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and In-su ranee Brokers. Fire Insurance a specialty. See us when your next policy expires. R.Y.GIBBONS Manager, Lethbridge' Office, Ott Block Phone 222 Lovo is the salt of life.-John Slieif-fiold. MINARDS LINIMENT RELIEVES NEURALGIA. between you-- two. TYmt should never l>e. I'romise this 'to wicli other Heniemlvr the \o\\' at each toinjua- NO PIES FDU HIM A young man walkt'd into a baker's .sh(i|) and asked if they had any vies POYALCROWN m A BASKET OF SWEET, CLEAN CLOTHES I Made Only by Winnipeg m Royal Crown has none of the rank, offensive odor common to the majority o( laundry soaps. Rather, it, possesses a very pleasant afoma, and clothes washed by Royal Crown Laundry Soap smell as*sweet, clean and fresh as they look. Price is the same as for ordinary laundry soap, but the value is extraordinary. Made from a special formula for the hard water ol this country. 9Vem/�in5 given for wnppers-sjtve them. FARM LANDS 5,000 acres good land 20 milee east of Warner station and on proposed railway, $7.25 per ^ * acre, $8.00 cash, en bloc. Two half sections 20 miles sontb of Grassey Lake, $8.00 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 2 miles north of New Dayton, $11.00 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 8 miles north east of Stirling, $9 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 1| miles from Stirling, all fenced and 62 acres in fall wheat, $15 a acre, good teims |^ We show our lands free ol charge Alberta Ke Co. i'lon. \our soul.s will grow, as it, "like hs mother used to "Ves" was the answer. "W(>!i ' v,as the iv>pl,v, ".vo(i can ke;>p t'l ;n itr were, ti) each other, anri at last beconi,-' ns one. Ah, if many a pair ha an end, so tluvt j Uestorativo and neu how quickly these the committee wish to � avu a litarty , ailments disappear. I>r. Shoop of co-oiierat ion of each Mod ,'.ve'y mem-! Racina, Wis,, will mail samples free. Write for them. A test will toll. Vour health is certainly vjirth this simple trial. Sold by nil dealers. Our grand business in life ie not to see wha't lies at a distance, but to do what clearly lies at hand. Whoso destroys the i-e'putntion of his fellow is a murderer,-Talmud, bor in the sociot.y so tli-iL wili moi-e good to all and not lay work on a few shouldei',s. do ; the A WELI^KNOWN MAN Minnrd's Liniment Co., Limited. Pear Sirs,-t c.in rocomincnd your Minnrd's Liniment for rheumatism and sprains, ns 1 have used it for both with excellent resuljts. Yours truly, T. B. LA VERS, St. John. the i{>nd IHD YOU KNOW.' "When you receive a bl jv,' on arm," .said the smith to li;s ;'. Jones, "what makes it '.urn I'li ' "(live it up," said .lonos, "Well, because the pa-ft t n,>-e cf blow is bitvw." rcsponil.'Hl ie.jiK i-,ucd | Smith gleefully. WHEHE .SHALL VE I'LAY,' AVith snd hearts the Ix.y'i yesler-dny shouldered their bats iiiid > lolled up their baseball dici'iiond io the contractoi-s for the new buil'iing tl nt is to serve teinporarily .'iii .v ��rliool-rooni. Year by year wo .'iav nc.'n the vacant lots surrouiKlin.^ the school taken up 'for 'ho p-.irpu.+j of building but wo have not felt the lo.ss sorely lor wo could always move to another place, but this recent loss will l;o felt Koverely for now we have no space in which to enjoy the more manly gauies. The school ground jirofuM' would barely furnish roorti for marbles on an early spring day, Initejd with 'the increased attendance and with the largo new building on those grounfis we shall scarcely have .�-(tandintf room out doors. It does .seem, too bad that with all the |an Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tackle Office Desks Type-writers, All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK, N, B., CANADA. I Our Imperator Hams and Ba