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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Joves! ^l^MAiXiew stock of Long Gloves in flsleithread, white silk, black silk. ; ~-^- nice assortment of new Collars some vp.rj' pretty Pins for col (Ian and tl e bair. C A. COOKSLEY. sAirlor in old liank of Slontre.-vl Bldg KJR�lpath St. Lethbridgo. ^it'----'- ^. W. McVittie jS'ivtl^jJ,' Dominion Land Surveyor g,,|^^5:^JB devote his entire time dnring |^^:;t|>e snmnier to laying out new ^''^.towDsites. CJontract piice4 on ^J.application. vMrOffioe at the Coaldale Hotel, r Lethbridge. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for tlie Provinces of Saslutcliewan and Alberta. 'Grazing leases of Uofuinion Lands ^msuitabie for agricultural purposes c.Btay >> secured in that portion of Frbvincfi of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town-; :ahip 2S and in tba Southwestern por-k'tuM pt th� Province of Siasltatd*- t' leases Ahall be for a period not J noeetiiBg 31 years, and no leaseshall . '.,cover a grea(J�r area than 100,000 '((viacrea. Lauds leased are not subject fto homestead enti^ or sale, but the ' Miniater of tie Interior may cancel ft . leasdiold, or any portion thereof bygivinij the lessee two years' not-^ Ice. The rental chargeable is two iceats -per, acre per annum. A lease "annot be granted an applicant un-, f less he owns one head of cattle or 'five head af sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall im-jcraaae his stock so as to be in pos-^'!,M8ion at the end of three years of one head of cattle or five bead of i^abeep for every 20 acres leased, and ' ahall maintain stock in this propor-i'^tioB during the continuance of the lease. r Sheep-grnzing Is permitted on only � a portion of the tracts above refer-.-red to. A map showins the sheep ^(razing districts muy be secured on /'tappficatlon to the Secretary f the /Department of the Interjor, Ottawa. W. W.,CORY. Deputy of the Mini.fter of Interior. : 13:00 noon; 3:00 to .'^:00 p. m ; 7:3 ) lo 8:30 p. m. Teloptione-Offlw GS. , Ue'iilon'-.!! DR. C, C, CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Oflle* over Wiginliotham's Drug Stor,* Flionc CWnce 125. House 04. Office hours-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dt. F. H. Mewbum OfB�v-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGilD PHTSICUN, SURGEON ACCOUCHES OflSce-Burdette St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m.,^ 2-3, 7-8 p.ui Drs. DcYcber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T.Condcll.M.D.,G.M. (Post Graduate London Hospitals..) Temporary Office and Residence Cr. Cutbill and Courtland. Telephone Day and Night, 32. Drs. McCliirc & Stewart SUBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Hifiinbothani's new block. Office Hoius-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. OFFICfC, - - SOUTHARD BLOCK IConey to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARllIS ' Boirister, Advocate, Notary Public Rambling Reveries unco sheet. By a DkeaMer. I We- recj^ntl.v iviviveil ii iPller froin nn okl ffifiid. in lhi> sim.ta.>l of life.j ccMncyinR to us the sad news of ttia dc.ith of his wifo. .Aiuoni; erfetl." Mow nux ny poor follows wouid bp suvihI from the penelenliaiy nnd gallows i\nt|l from suicide, ovx'ry .vonr. had they bcH^n Iilesswl with sucli a wifj'. "Sho| matlo my home the pU'a.sunl.-st spot to nh? on earlh." What a crand tri-tiuto to thnl. woman's love, and piety and common L.>t each wife who i-cads this nsk "Which am I? " How dlderently thv tes-timony of an old man recently hung I'or miirflcring his wlf� whose words tjefore dropping into vti'niily werv: "I did not intend to kill my wife, but she was so aggravating." nirtJOVE TIIR KVE.VINC!. SOtM.Vmi.iTV. TIawthorno in his diary, malcis cord of a ila.\ wherein he it'ss not nuike himself 'Iho happier by Ihes,' li'ttlo're.s-sions of fellow tVv.ling and good will? Si'once and stilt unliending ro��erva ai-e esjoeially selfish nnd essentially \uVs me a living." .V tile young people of .the present day,! i,,,,,^,. ^ho irever cUd a ust>ful thing appreciate as they should the ines-^ j, who dresses at the ex- timablo privileges thoy enjoy. Sui-; ,,' (,1^ t,iior and drinks at the roundetl as are the young in all cities I ^.j,^.^^ ,[ i^j^ friends, always insists and most towns, wi'th all the "PPor-j (hat the world owes him a living, tunities necessary for the cultivation| ijeclaivs his intention to secure of a literary tasrte not one in "�'the debt. We should like to know thousanU apiMjaa- to improve t^at a man who owes the golden chances. Occasionally, it is world for ev�?ry mouthi'ul he uvt-r ate true, we meet with a young man orl^^^j ^very garnwnt he ever put on, woman who firmly grasps the_ idea; g,,^,,,heavy a creditor in ac-that -'knovi'odgo is power," but these (.^jy,,,, ,.m^ ^1,^ ,.o,.ld, The loafer unfortumitoly are tiio exceptions, not lell'tiio truth about it. The the rule. - ' world owcs^ him nothing but a very Thousands of young men who havo^ rough conin nnd a retired and other-comfortable homes-whose parents ^.j^^.^ , place to put it in. The are willing to suppliJ- them with ^yovld owx-s a living to those who are books and papcr.s-instead of avail- ni>t^nhle to earn one. to childivn. to ing themselves of these advantages, ^.j^.,. jijsablod and the aged siiend thfir long evcningsi in either^ ^o ,i| ^ho. in the course of na-lounging around corners, or in com-; ^j,,.^, ,'y,.^.y circumstances, are pany with frn-olous a.ssociaites. male (|p,,yn,i(,,t. And it was mainly for Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge � \r- Meets In Ortrt/ellowg' Hall everv ;Frldav !�veDlnK at S.ou.o'clocii. VUltiuK brethren are i?'%lw�y8 welcome. ' ' I A. Niven A. B. Pipes .K.G. Bee. sec LOW BBANCH REBEKAH .LODGE, NO. 2 * Meet* InOUdfellowN' Hall e ery second and I'-ifourth Tbiinday, Visitor* aiwa^H welcoaie. 'Mrs. J Statford, Annie Davies r. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer or female. Thus, winter after winter away, each bringing them nearer to the aige of manhood but nat fitting them for the profior discharge of the duties that a full manhood rocpiires. They enter upon the busy st(!ge of life with none of those safeguards w-hich a cultivated intellect throws urountl its possessor They start out laboring iinder a thousand disadvantages and cotifront cd by innumerabi disappear like shadows Iwfore a well-informed iilind. The faot that they the suiiply of the wants of that men were enilowed with the power to produce ihore than enough for theni.s-elvos. To a genuine shirk the world owes nothing. LEAK.V TO OO SOSIETHIXQ A MAN TALKED This is His Talk For 10 years I have paid $20 per month to a{ greedy landlord, or $2,400 in feash, which isf more than enough to buy outright the premises, which until recently L occtipied as tenant. HOWEVER I have bought a building site through THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY on the installment plan and am putting up a small house which I will own in a few years, paying for it just as I formerly paid rent. FARM LANDS I.ETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA N. O. Bcc. 6ec. Coorf Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. M�eta iRt and 3rd Mondays in each motitii ai 8 P, m.. Ill Oddfellows Halj, Komid St. Visiting brethren cordially w Ijiume. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M, RITCHIE. SEC. XATM0H9 awn. Aiiiiu CANAIA. i/. Keep your money at home by tis-iiiR "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Lethbi'iilgp, Itny-mond, Miigratli. MISS B. K. IIARRISpN. Graduate from Alma College, in Piano, June ltK)4,and iwst graduate June 1SK)5, is prepared to take pupils iu Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -Parsonage. Bedpath Street. W. L. Wilson LI C EN S RD vVI:CTIONEER. Ijjthhridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and Olyn Sts. .-VlJjilications for dates inny be made at The Hei-iiUI Ofrice. ' IV L H. FOWLER & CO. . ' Oenoral Blacksniithing und Tlor-seshoeing. .'New hugffios to order, carriage paint-'ing; all kinds of woodwork in wag-ns, windmills, �fanning liiUls, cream '^oparators, gram picklers, bla';k- E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relintd from SIO.OO Suits cleaned and pressed " 1.25 Pants " ' " 25 Yotir own goods matle into suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. Vonng men, Iwirn to do sometliing! Learn to do sonif inirticular 'thing. Learn to acciuiKj a thorough ki.ow-obstncles, whichlleflfiV of some trade, business or pro-! fcssion. A man \yho comes to nia-j 'tiirily without having learned ihej do not coi�tem|)lato adopting a |)ro-i a'-t of pracli.sing some particuUir e'li-tV.ssionnl eare.-r does not in any de-! P'oyient is in a pitiable condition gi-ee r.?lieve them from the charge of, "o matter whether he being luitriie to thoin.selvcs, theirj money or not. If ho be not among friends nnd tlieir country, while thusj the fortunate few favorKes of Pluius fri'ttering uway the most pr;?cionsj 'ic will, of coiir.%', have to toil all hours of their lives in idle indiiTei-j Iho way up to the summit of fortune ence. and too frecpienlly in the com-;"-'' a common laborer, an employment pany with assoeiiutcs whom tolMOod enuiigh as long as one can doj In; wi'th i.s contamination. How many i no better, but wo slioukl advise j no active young man 'tp choose out of j the many. If a young miin has wealth, lie certaiidy .needs a knowledge uf , sullicient to enable him lo piv.' his wealth. Neither would a trnd injure a rich young man. A libtio of the "brain and \jrawn", and .s'cendiness of character wliich labor induces, would make him a bolter, more reljiable wielder of 5,000 acres good land 20 miles east of Warner station and on proposed railway, $7.25 per acre, $3.00 cash, en bloc. Two half sections 20 miles south 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 terms We show our lands free of charge mith' cou.l. LK.thbk1dce. ALBERTA ft B. c. moore: TuDferal Direct'tT and Ernbalmer - Ilicted with the disease of uinbilioii. OfUco-Xext to I'resI yterian Church, i Tlit-'v waivt to be soniolhiiig mort" OlUce Phone 102. liesideuce lyii. ^ tliini conunoii, and iiii.Klaking oflen -:- I their de.sii'cs lor Ihe abiiily lo satisfy ' tlu'iii, Ihi'.v Ihrt.le.r tlunn.s.'l,ve^i tliut The following notice js to be found, ll:le (k'niaiul belter public irli-i liccs. Tibjchanics, arlisls, and alli kinds of skilled l.'ilmr are in di-.ii.iu'. . Me will will who hasi bis trade I'c.-l' l.'ariTi'd. T'U' man of skill is �.\\\-.\v� in denmiid. Ihe vining iiiaii who' I liey who ha\e oftene.sL bowed to earth with (lc;'p alllicl ions are nearest heavo'u; .and as the rose never giv�s forth all Ms sweetness uivlil it is, ci-u.slied, so liiunan hearts need the good Kn.tlv.'r's hand lo press the blossoms of puri'l.N', and lo\e and faith, ^ that lie nuiy luM ha\e im- r-arled In them ranee in vain. their heuvvnljV frag- Lethbridge linaiicia r  CSL Realty Co. ;peal Estate, Financial and In-IfV,"-', surance Brokers, Fire- Insirranco a specialty, 5ee us'when your next policy^ expires. � UV.tllBBONS x.?^ 1 v' ManaafiM'*' Lothbrrdae object. : A weak .^^lomncli, causing dyspeii-sia, a weak heart with pulpitalion or intermittent ))ulse, always means wi.'ak sloiiuu'h nerves or weak heart I nerves. Strengthen Ibosa inside or lice l.'ial Uk' marriage is inlendeil I o' irm n lioixl wu hoiiU.Si r\ ing nn ajyireii- wnuld be sur,' o, i niplo\'m.'ril all tlv be siili'inniyed in llic Knglisii t'hurch, ,.ii-^'.-liip to it, and they liiiil Lhem- v^,;,|.,,ind. in "-jiard t'lnes" ;'s \i 11| Caihi'ih'al. at Hha ascbai, in China, on �^ehiS when they should be lu'epa red j in linies of pn isjieril v, iiV'Jsl U;;, or aboiM tlie .Slli or IHh day of Oct- foi' their lilVvorl-., wondering what it Ik.v lo do" soniit h i ng tlioi'( uiglp \-. oivr. I'..'U7. 1.11 arrival of the' will he, and fretting liccaiiso it does, Ii js Uell [n in't :\u eflaeatim \ sliiji .Al innijsota, from Seattle ii''l derlaro. its^-lf, and in nine casvs tlioroue.h eduea t iimal disci|ihiu' will on .Septemlii'i' In iievl, b,?Lw.>,'n tieo j out of ii-a \>-aiimg ia vain for such a niake you an abltr num. But educate Iferberl l..'oli', of '1 ienlsin, Norlli Chi-| call, go into fiolilics, a,!.';eiu'ieh, i-lc. ,,U)V some particuUu na, m.ssionary, tuul .lesue Winnifivd, lb.' j.'.r.'at ri'iiiedy foi' all tliis is a; - Singleton of the city of \Viiinipeg, in'ti-iide tlioroU!;hly leani-.Hl. 'J'be lime' Every go(%il net is cliai-it.v. A'our controlling nerves with Dr. .Shoop's the I'roMiice. of ,Maiiiti>lia, sjiinsK-r. ' Vn-i wa'n .school and twenty-one smiling ia youi' l.rdlber's face i- cluir Hcstorative and si'e how quickly these Unti'd .this Till day of .�\ii.gusl 1'.XJV." ' .shiiuld be spent at the carporvter's. i t.v; an ion of yuur f,,;:i,i\v-1'lilments disappear. Dr. Slioop of � Tli'iH i.s the ni-.9t time that the. City bench, in a nuirli.iii shot) in- at an m.'H to virtuous deeds is equal lujUacine. Wis., will mail samples free. C'lerk has been called upon to post emil, so that when the young man! alms-e,ivii);^-; your putting a wanderer j Write for lhem. .V will'tell, .iiicli a nolice, and it is being donj commeriCi.s hisbatlle with iii'e in any, on lli-e right track is charity; .\ our- health is certainly v-j'irth this ns u )^>l3ult of advice from th ' IhiL-i voealion be can, if wor.^led at his!'removing slones and thorns and oih-j'"^implo triiil. Sold by all dealers, ish'Consulate in.;China, 'i'ho ii'ji'ice'ar-^jt ntiempt, turn to his trade with', er oi)sli'.uci.ions from Iho roud 'icharl will remain posted for two v. �eK.-',! confidonco tliiet lii.'i'skilled labor wiUJ i't.\'. -A man's true wcaMh hei-eaiter vvlion the bride to o;> wHi ,i!eiui"e aj at least procure him'a Hving, aiul.j i.s the good he does in this world lo .tfi'lJlicato from'the Git/ C'erk to the j perhaps a comi>eience, Time fril'lcrMU h'is i\'llow men. Mhen ho dies people e(�ici that the not-l-.'a �as ).''il.e'l i.I'd, away in trying to discover desirable Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, 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, X, B., CANADA. lliAi she has been f"i''clout in Wiii'ti. t a.. tw.i wjfks a roads to si), foots up a eon.sdder abl:S LI>flSIENT BURNS, ETC. CUKES I Our Imperator liams am! Bacon | A.rrive vveolvly in reL'rigei'ator cars, jsUways nice arid fresh, Butter always in stock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good! Phone 91 for a good steer cut! ^. Burns & Co., Ltd.! ;