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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Joves! If A new stock of Long Gloves in hie thread, white silk, black silk. WjA nice assortment of new Collars and some very pretty Pins for col-Hwn and tl e hair. C. A. COOKSLEY. ,':!Pftrlor In old Hunk ot Montreal llldg. Kedpath St. Lethbridgo DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE j OMc*-Ott niofk. | Hums-11 too . 18:hn noon; 3.00 to 5:00 j p. m ; ? 3 I 10 8:30 p. m. Telephone-orm-v is. iio-iiipti".. mai Rambling Reveries OR. C. C. CRAG6 . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ufllf* over Itigrlnltuthatu'!* Prog Store Mione (Ullce ISA. House IM. Oinee hours-1> to It A.m.. 1.30 to 4.90 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. By a Dun am kb. I :-iA. W. McVittie -V^! Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new /townsites. Contract pi ice* on application. "Office at the Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. Dr. F. H. Mcwburn Office- Redpnth St. cor. tturdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone -11. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) IHlYSK-tAN, Sl'ROEON ACCOL'CHEB Office-Burdetto St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m.} 2-3, 7-8 p.m Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grating leases of Dominion Lands Vasuttable for agricultural purposes may be secured In that portion of the Province of Alberta, lying South *.' of the Northern boundary of Town-) ship 28 and In the Southwestern por-v' lion of the Province of Saakutch-�wan. �'� Leases shall be for a period not exceeding 31 years, and no leascshall 'cover a greater area than 100,OOtt t acres. Lands leased are not subject / to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of tho Interior may cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof Jbyglvins the lessee two years' notice. The rental chargeable is two ' cents per, acre per annum. A lease annot be granted on applicant un-> less he owns one head of cattle or , five hood of sheep for every fiO acres h welcome. Mrs. J. Stafford, Annie Daviea N. C. Ulc. M-c. Drs. DvYcbcr & Campbell Physiciaus and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. We recently tveeii eil a letler from mi olil friend, in the sunset of life, conveying to us the sail news of the death of his wife. Among other leniiliful things lie mi.v�: "My domestic enjoyments have l\>oii )*.>rimi �� us near perfect ion as the linimiti con (lition permits. She has mmle my. home the pleasant est spot to me oil earth. And now that she is none, m.v worldly loss is jvrfect." How-run ny poor fellows wouid lie saved from '.he penetent iary end unllows and from snitide. every year, had they Ixyen l.|pssi>d with such n wife "She. made my home the plon/uinlest spot to nv on eirih " What a grand tribute to that woman's love, ami piety) and common sense. l,�t encli wi'e who thiols (his rsk "Uhtth inn f\*"i How dilTerontly lhe testimony of an old man recently hung for murdering his wife whose bud words befor.' droppinit into ot-reily we-v "I � Ii�� j not intend to kill my wife, but she wns so aggravating." IMPKOVK TIIK KVK.MNC. mice sheet. KOCIAIUUTY. lliiutliorne in bis diary, mitki s is�-rord of a ilny wherein be resolved to si enk lo no human lie went to Milage, got his mail at the post olllee, returned, and trinmphniu ly records the fail thai he spoke to n. bnppier by th.-s. little expressions of fellow fvs-lin^ ami nood will? Si'eme and stlft nniemlinit l-eserve aii' is; e'-inlly Mdllsb and essentially \iiVnir Tlx1 generous and polite man has u pleasant recognition and cheor ful wold for all he meets. He scatters snnlK-ains wherever he goes. He |>a\i-s the path of others with smiles He iiuikes society s^ein genial and the wor.d delightful to tho�e who otherwise wouid find them cold, selllsb and forlorn. And what lie gHes is but a tithe .'( what be receive* lie soc- A.T.Conddl,M.D.,C.M. ' | the query to all (Post Graduate London Hospitals.), (m,,.1)XC ,h(f the Kngthene.l iab;,.. then, v b.rever you go, and j and pleasant and cool evenings comes, �r�p > our lightest words in tones how shall we! that �re Them are a thou- genial. swcot and a spirit thai is owns .\ l.lVISti. Drs. McCltii-e & Stewart 81'BO EOS DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbothain'8 new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. sund pleasant ways of s|�'mling n fall or winter evening within the reach of those who have cmiiiiuiihI of tln-ir |t js among m..n ,|,o try to get a own time; and prominent among, ,lXing \,y shift or trick of ui/.iness those is indulgence in literary pur- ,,ml Wo | ,h), (lUnl|ii,r words lb,, world ouvm me a living" A loafer who never did a useful thing DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office iu Hotel Coaldale. Room 12 Office Hours U-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTH A KD HI.OfK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HAKltlS Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. IIA3I1LTON & YOUNCi lingineers and Surveyors Hi^inbotham Block, Lethbridge F. T. BREWER in IIterarv suits.  How lew. comparatively, of tlh' young (icoplc of the pr,wnt day. uppivolnle as they should the inestimable privileges they enjoy. Sur rutimlotl as niv the young in all ci; i.s, nntl most towns, with nil tin. opportunities- niKvssiiry for llie cultivation of a literary taste n*�t on., in a thousand appear to improve these golden chnnces. Occasionally, it is true, we meet with n young man or woman who firmly thnt unfortunately are the exceptions, not the rule. i Thousands of young men who have comfortable bonus-whose parents are willing to supply them with books and pn|ier*- instead of availing themselves of these advantages, spend tintr long evenings in either lounging around corners, or in company with frivolous associates, mule or female. Thus, winter after win- Court Star or Lcthbridge, No. 8095 A. O. F. Meets In and 8r. m.. In C'rtttf.-lN>wH lla'i, liii-in.l si, visiting brethren I a II y � l(| THOS. HEATON, C. R. in hiM life, who dresses at the ex t�iis.- of his tailor ami drinks at the costs of his friends, always insists that the world ow,u in I its poss s~sor They start out laboring under n | thousand disaihmilages and confront  . in Jin-p.iri-il to U- with is contamination. How many tako pupils in i'iano and ()rgan. of them win iv-uiu- m the fail of nud iiIbo to tear1! Oil Painting i'.air of th. twentieth century to mid Physical Culture. Residence "turn over a n, w I-ui" and improve the long evenings ol the lull and vviu-i er .' World owes nothing I.K\I{\ l() |ii) SuMKTIllNC, LETHBRIDGE. ALP-ERTA j - Parsnnagt". liedpnth Street. A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. v I it I' Keep your money at home by using '"Our BfBt Flour"' It lilis no W. L. Wilson l.K KNSKH AI I'TIONKKU. Ij.thl ridi.'e, Alta Residence Cor. l-'ord and I.I'.A ItN A THA UK The value ot leiiruiiig a trade he-conies more and more apparent, every day. Scarcely a week pusses but some young 111,111 is asking us-lo point � in a liebi oi labor for him. With i;ooi| attainments, perhaps, or an in-satiable ilesile lo i'e iii Work at omethiiiH whereby an liunest penny -country Was u.-w'nnd I he populiili. equal. Munu-i,!,ll,tB factnred by ! ^ 'Jt�r own goiKla inaib ELLISON MILLING1 suits frt,in & ELEVATOR CO inuy lie turned, he llnds biniseli bintl-ed, as il welv, at tne lii>.t ebb of the nil.'. The shghteMl recession of the Miller deposits him on the shore into 11.00 I.lMldiliilu... liny-moml, Mi.graili re))iiirs, etc L H. FOWLER & CO. General llliicksmithlng uud llnrsi'shoeing. Now liuygieH to order, carriage paint-ing, nil kinds of woodwork in wag-na, windmills, fanning mills, cr.tam separators, grain ]>icklurs, bla-:k-mith coal. lcth BRIDGE. ALBERTA niiumg the wuvds of idleness, and unwholesome vapors I eiloud his mind There is scu-rcely a man iu Kstilliales given for nil alterations, ll""'""-VM but has an experlunce like m-t hiiri. Mechanics our own; iiis young frieiiils c. i n t il i u it I -ly envying linn lie- pruil.-ge of working in ii well-defined li.-ld. end wishing that, like hiiii. they- had si-nie-tluiig to sink. til. I '.. �� ,- \ iiiiuu ill.-II Il it . .-il With I lie ill I'li.-y waul 1 I Im ii � -c 111,111�� 11. esll B. C. MOORE ruti�i-(il Duect r and Einholrner Omco-Ne\t to Pn Ollhv I'hone Jo2. si yterian ( huiih Kesiili'iice liili �ig m - lh-I Iu �I tl I i: llll , ii" s. .i ml in the a' '.'i- He -Ol lei U Hera |',y nf. of it lllfi t 1,111. i.-thtng more .iking Oil !! . . io -..i' i �: v thinly scattered over the land, when it here was plenty of room and privi legi's were cheap, which, by the way, arc not tight yet, |ieoplo could find employment easily. Skilled labor was scarce, anil rough hewers vv.-r  in plenty. Any one could becoin  nn pecially .11 the w.-�t. Kpranif to the Journey 111.m's j ,,. sil ion in a day . lint is i Lancing now-. Imputation is liecoimne; more s.-lt!-,| nnd ilen-,,-. Men uiv becoming rich. ai,. er 11,. 1' 11I11 - or .- i � 1   1 i... .- , ii . ,1 1 la. oi-.t. 1'u,. 11 .11 r. ... I ,, ti, . 1 >: ii \l . , | when the bride to �):.' i*ttl seiine n I te.-tliicatu from the i.'it, Ceik to the ! el'Tl that the noli J was paste I 1. id tliftt she has boon f.-r lw i Wu-�k,s a, t ivj'dont in Wiii'i. i �. i i,.| -.1., ,.iil en ajipii lil.ll du- ll win  I I'.. timn.l. I I e 1. 111-1 I VS IL Iii. r sifcli a i lie i: d lo I .11, I � '.-11. ill --. i, ,, I iii-,1 t w eut y -on .-; cnl a I I !' ' '� i'| e-ii ,-r a h..!i h:iii; .-.Itop or at. an u. -n that when the young man alim .-. !i -I -a 1 lie v. llll i i'e ill ,lll\' oil I v. nca I inn he can It lUllMe'l nt h � iia i". I - . '� face , >i \ oil r >ls is ei|U 1 da- � y > air |-iil I nig ii w anil.�(�,�! i );iil t i a, k is cnariiy ; y  ig si on, s and i horns and o,h no 11 A MAN TALKED This is His Talk For JO years I have paid $20 per month to a greedy landlord, or $2,400 in cash, which is more than enough to buy outright the premises, which until recently I occupied as tenant. HOWEVER I have bought a building site through THE G 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. It's Mighty Human Talk FARM LANDS Nellie; men, learn lo do something' Ij-aru lo do some particular tiling lu'.irn to acipiite a thorough know-lislge of soiin trade, business or pro-lession. A man who comes to inn-tnr.ty without having learned the art of practising some purl ieu". ir t m-ployincnt is in a pitiable condition no ma 11. r whether he possesses money er not. It he Is- not among the fortunate few favorites of I'luuis !� will, of course, have lo toil nil' the way up to the summit of fortun,. i,s 11 common laborer, mi employment enough us long ns on-- can do no better, but we should advise no active young man lo choose out of, lie uiiiity li a young man has wealth, lie certainly needs a knowledge of In.sin.sitillriciit to etialif: him to preserve his wealth. Neither would a trade innii-e a rich young man. A little of ilm "brain and brawn", and steadiness of character which labor imbues, would make him a better, moiv reliable wielder of capital. The time has pass-d w lien young men of this country can neglect the task of learning t|,.. details of au iiTiipntioii with impiuiily. When the t I 5,0(X) acres good land 20 miles east of Warner station nnd oi: proposed railway, $7.25 per g acre. S.'l.OU cash, en bloc. Two half sections 20 miles south of firassey Lake, $S.OO per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 2 miles north of Xow Dayton, $11.00 per acre, easy terms. 320 acres 8 miles north east of Stirling, $U per acre, easy terms. 320 acres l \ miles from Stirling, all fenced and 62 acres in fall wheat. $15 a acre, good terms We show our lands free of charge Alberta Realty Co. ask: "What go,id deeds hast ih'iu selil liefore thee?'' H I'M II. IT V As birds sing oftener on lowly i- st to climb o'er lowly window- sills nnd cottage taxes, so 1o the poor  lolls blessing i omes bliehleiled Willi dearest wealth, and to the .inmblp heart Ills love is swetest. 'I i ey who have oft -ne>i |,owed to earth, win de p iilllieii,,ns an* nearest j and as tl,. r,.... never gives j forth all its sw ,.,-t n.-ss until il 'ii ciiished. i-i 11 i ,.|-at least procure him n living, and i is l lie go.-d lie do s. iu this world to perhaps n competence. Time frittered his fellow- men. When he dies,. away in trying to discover desirable'will say: "What properly ms he roads to success, foots up a consider! left behind him?" |lut the tijels ublo total, on Uio loss side of the bul- who examine him in the grave will Sometimes a woman has a good lime crying she isn't having a good time. MlN'AltD.S IJNUIICNT CUHKS J It HNS, KTC. Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tackle Office Desks Type-writers All at less thun half prieer. Write fur liig lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE N.\l'Wlli KWAl'K. N IV. CANADA. I O^ir Impcrator Hams and Bacon I ... Arrive weekly in rvfrigiTittur ears. Always nice and fresh. 4> % Butter always in stock f Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good ! Phone 91 for a good steer cut ! | \*> P. Burns & Co., Ltd. ;