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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iiannotmces to hit old friends and customers . h� has opened a General Lnmlier Business On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.Tt House Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Snrreyor Will devote hia entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. '.. wit met piioM on upplicution. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AKD SURaCOK LZTTHBRIXXJE Oiln-Ott Block. Boar*-11:00 t� 18:00 boob; S:00 to 5:00 p. M.sTiao loa:30p. n. Tdophone-OfllM 68. RMidene* 133 DR. G. G. GRAG6 KZYSICIAN AKD SUHaCON �vor Bigiobotham'a Drug Stor� AoM Qfflco 125. Houso 94. OtBoa houra-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.aO p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. ^ Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-Redfnth St. oor. Bnidett. Hoort-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to 3.3U p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GAURAITH, N.D.CN. (McGilD PHYSICIAN, SUBQBON ACX�COHU Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 Houn-Before 9, 2-3, 7-8 p.m Alberta Province. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Phyiioiana and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 148. "Offioi; ,H the Leth bridge. Couldale Hotel, Synopsis of the Grazing Recall* ttoBs for the Provinces of Siskatchewan and Aiiierta. Grasiag leases of Dominion Lands unsuitable for agricultural purposes may be secured io that porolon of tiw Province of Alberta, lying South oftiw Northern boundary of Town-�hip 9a and in.tlie Southwestern por-tioa::ke o*bs one head of cattle or Ova head of shocp for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall io-cnaaa his stock so as to be in pos-asM^n^ at the end of three years of 'iMad of cattle or five heoid of far/�v�ry 20 acres leasod, and shall owintain stock in this propor-tioa during tlie coatinuaaoe of tbe Drs. McClur� it Stewart 8CB0B0N DEKTI8TS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. l.p.m. to6p.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. OrriCB,  - 8OUTHAB0 BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and F#rm Property G. F. HARBIS Bsjrrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG The Province of Alberta is one of the dntcrostin^ places of the norUI, and the oytfa ot all Canada is onthis lusty young child of the west. The exhibit ot 'tlio Alberta Uovcrninont in the Railways building at the Canadian National K.xhibition is centre of attraction to wory visitor, and the arrungenicnt of the various grains, grasses, coal nnd otiicr products of the 'Mast west" has been made with a vn3w to satisfying the public that Alberta is all she claims to be, a great and progressive Province. Among tile exhibits are grains, grasses, clovers, coal, brick, stone, sugar etc. The nuik uf the grain exhibit and all the grasses am this ycors growth Samples of outs are shown that have run as high as 110 bushels to the acre and some wheat 60 bushels to the acre. Th� sheaves of grain and' imitation wheat fields are specially ptoasmg to the fartners, who like to' see the wheat and oats in the sheaf, just as they appear oh their native soil. Flax is shown that ran seven- 4* 8.19 ... r,i 4* 7.46 ... 5i 41 7.7.7 ... 5i 41 7.58 I FARM LANDS Lethbridgc ^trathcona I'o illustrate how the output of bonds exceed* the demand, it is only necessary to call a't'tcntiooi to the following isHUes still on the market: Calvary $1,400,000; OMawa, f576,-000; Vancouver, about $900,000 auth .lorized, and over $600,000 more contemplated. Here we have 'in five cites alone over $9,500,000 debentures |o be placed. When the myltitude of smaller 'issues arc added to this, it jakcs a tremendous argument ag -ainst passing by-laws to issue de -bentures which are not absolutely 'accessary. Minister for tlie Empire. (From toe Canadian Courier). Shaep-graBJng ia permitted on only a portion of tjie tracts above refer-rsd to. A map alwwiag the sheep graaing districts may be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Dsputy of the Uinister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorized publication of �hls advertlsemeat will not be paid lor. fresi) Strawl)erries Ciierries; Pineapples BANANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. ICE CREAM, t ICE CREAM SODAS AND SUNDAES 1'/''- � AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Plioue 98 Keep your "money at home by using ^'Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Lettibridgi?, Ray-muud, liagrath. The C B. Bowihan -j/r "'V,' Keal Eatate, Loaaa and laaurftaec. Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge F. T. BREWER Fiiaeral Director and Embalmar tCTHBRIDQE. MISS B. K. HARRISON. Graduate from Aloia College, in Piano, June 1904, and post graduate Jtme 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence -^Parsonage, Redpath Street. MISS WINNIFRED HILL teachbb OF music and dancing, Will open Dancing Classes for Children and Adults, Watch for further announcement. Music furnished for dances and receptions. Address, Box 512, Lethbridge. We Hatb everything suitable in the way of New Suit Pat-tebns. In material and make we are leaders, and can assure you of best values in every respect. We rather pride ourselves upon the fit we can give you, and the fit is the greatest thing in a Suit or Over-ccat. If you will but favor us with one order you'll find you are favoring yourself afterwaras. Crown Tailoring Co., Limited "''S, E. W. KINGSTON uaod for tieating, lighting and man -ufacturing purposes, and at Medicine Hat natural gas has l>een used for several yetirs. Calgary is now boring for gas and it has already been round north of Kdmonton. Coal oil also has boon discovered in Albenta, and veils are now being operated in Soutliern Alberta, near PincherCreek as well as in the north of Bdmonton Mr. E. L. Richardson is in charge of the Government exhibit, and is assisted by Mr. Frank Peterson. Any Secretary of a Board of Trade \n Aiiierta os well as the Deputy Minister of Agriculture will lie pleased tosend literature relating to the Province on application.-Toronto Globe. LUNDY Established 1891, PlMneflOO Offices Post Office Block - Alta. B. C. MOORE �ruceral Director and Embalmer -Next to Prestyterian Church. Ofltea Phone 102. Reaidonce 130. Letlibridge, Lodge No. 2. LO./lDr\O.F. Hccii ia Oddfellaws' Ball tvary Vrldajr srantnrc at 8.00 o'clock. Vlsttlnc brethren ara alwar* welcome. a. Niven a. B. Pipes alberta! 0"r post-office, BlajTiey, has been in oiK'ration for some time now. Crops are all excellent in (bis lo-caUty. Fall wheat is about all cut, oats and spring wheat are now tiie order of tbe day. There is quite a large amount of spring wlieat which wifl require from a week to iten days to ripen. In connection with that ball game which was reported some time since, it might be worthy of note that the score was (5-11x4) in favor of the Bowville team. Mrs. McCord is spending sometime in Dakota. Mr. Mart Berry has returned to his old stand to meet the glad hand of everybody. A. D. Cofll^nd went in after a load fposts about the time of the Lethbridge fair and incidentally brought out two first prises and a second on his work team and colt. No bother at all. Next year leti us know in time and we shall send more to do the same. Miss M. A. Fitch who has been teaching at Bowville is returning to Toronto in about a^onth. Threshing will starts in a veryahort time now. Z!an A'isley has returned Washington. Rev. Mr. Ridley feels quite sore in places as a result of an unfortunatio collision with the rear end of a horse. Mr. Peterson with his most excel -lent band of ball tossei-s came over yesterday to once more chastise us but alas! alas! they could not deliver the goods ordei-ed for the occas ion and so vent away back to sit down with a score oi" 2-1 not in their favor. The funeral of the victims will l>c Ixsld shortly at Dow -villo. Wo nil extend sympathies ' to the sorrowing frjends and trust that some time in the future vie may welcome them back as of yore to the arena of "baseball." All the miBmbers of the Cabinet of Great Britain are ministers forOreat Britain only, with the possible ex-iception of Lord Elgin and Mr. Win-ton Churchill who have some interests ill the affairs of the King's Dominions over-Seas. ' Council. He is the only "Minister for the Empire," the only Britisher who sees the great est need of the scattered portions of King Edward's wide domain and is devoting his time and ability to supplying tbat need. He is the one great man in.London to whom governors-general, lieutenant-governors federal premiers, provincial premiers and ministers of colonization look for a sympathetic hearing, forprompt and efDcient action, and for a broad and comprjehensive Imperial policy. That man is General Booth. Hon. J. P. Whitney, premier of Ontario, is in England and the cables have announced ^nly one conference that he has had. That conference was not with His Majesty, not with the jovial "C.B." not wtth Lord Elgin, the Secretary for tito Colonies, not with Barred-therDoor Churchill-it was with General Booth: The explanation is not far to soak. General Booth realises that if tbe Colonies arc to lie developed along British lines, tliey must have more British citizens. If tlie Colonies contain a large promotion of* British pi�ople, ttie problems of Empire will take care of themselves. 'With these peo -pie go ailoction for tlie Sovereign, attachment to the British flog, respect for Britiah law and the British constitution. The questions of preferential trade and contribution for the British navy will bo easily and not -urally settled, when the Colonies are full of British people. 5,000 acres good land 20 miles east of Warner itation 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 aere, 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 Alberta Realty Co. I Hi H $ iPWf M��f f f �f f ��t, peaceful work. It is worry, not overwork, as a rule that kills peoplp. Worry keeps the brain excited, 'the blood feverish, the heart working wildly, the nerves quivering, the whole machinery of the life in unnatural tension, and it is no wonder then that people break down." "Some of your griefs you have cured. And the sharpest you still have survived. But what torments of pain you endure From evils that never arrived." Stomach troubles. Heart and Kidney ailments, can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Restorative., The prompt and sur -prising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restorative acticm upon the controlling nerves of the stomach, etc. A, weak stomach, causing dyspepsia, weak heart with palpitation or in- WZLLO'V^r BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Mceta In Oddfellow*' Ball e err aeeond and fourtb Tbiiraday. Vlnliorit alwar* welcome. Ufa. J. Stafford. Annie Da vies M. O. Oec. see. from Court Star or Lethbridge. No. 809S A. o. F. Maeta lai aad srd Mondays lo each moats at  p. m.. m Oddffllowa Hall, aaaadSt, Vlailtng breth-res eoraiaUf wstaoma. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. MINARD'S LINIIIGNT CURBll DIPHTHERIA. To check a cold quickly, get fronk your druggisl some little CandyCold Tablets called Pnsvcntics. Druggists' everywhere are now d'ispensing Pro-ventics. for they ai'o not only* safe, but decidedly certain and prompt. Preventics contain no Quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron -cltitis, LaGrippe, etc. Hence the name, Preventics. Gpod (or feverish children. 48 PrevMitius 26 cents. Trial Boxes n cents. Sold by J. D. Uiginbotbgin ft Co. Though Wo travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.-^Emcr- SOB. THE LATEST LOBD OP BURLEIGH. Schneotady, N. Y;, Sept. 5.-When Miss Elizabeth Stoddard, of thiscity became engaged to Alvin de Kpressy employed as on electrical engineer in the general electric works bore, she had no idea that he was a nobleman. It was not until the marriage cere -mony was in progress yesterday that the young man announced to the officiating clergyman that be is an Austrian baron. His bride was almost overcome with surprise. The young man had told Miss Stoddard's father bis secret, but begged that his fiancee not bei' nformcd until the wedding, as ho wanted her to love him for himself and not his title. Baron Koresey has been employed by the General Electric company for four years. DONT WORRY. termdttent pulse, always means weak Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves. Strengthen these inside or controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how quicklythese ailments disappear. Dr. Shoop of Racine, Wis., will mail samples froc. Write for them. A test will tell. Your health is certainly worth this simple trial. Sold by J. D. Hi gin -bothana & Company. Vermillion townsite has been registered. �No thought upon thy anxious brow The watching world should see, No carefulness! O, child of God, For nothing careful be! But cast thou all thy care on Him Who always cares for thee." R. W. Trine says: "ponr and worry and all kindred mental states, are too expensive tor any person-man, woman or child-t.o entertain or indulge in. Fear paralyzes healthy action; worry corrodes and pulls down the organism, and will finally tear it to pieces. Nothing is to be gained by it, but everything to be lost." Wo all know this to be true; wo are all aware that worry does no good, but only harm and yet the remarkable fact remains that the men end women everywhere do waatetiroe and nervous force in worrying. 'Perhaps there is no sin more common than this foolish one of carrying tomorrow's troubles to-day. Surely. Surely wo have all enough present burdens to carry, without insisting da shouldering future ones, whitih are SEALED TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addressed to tbe undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Squadron Aiiiiouiy, Medicine Hat," will be received at this office until Thursday, September 19, 1907, inclusivel}', for the construction of Squadron Armoury at Medicine Hat, Alberta, according to a plati and specification lo be seen on applica -tioo 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 Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. $ Butter always ift atoek Spriag Laaib for Sunday dinners BMf ia alao getting good 1 Blioaa 91 for a good steer cut! i I P. Burns & Co., Ltd. ��#t����ao�ooa��t�a�oooo�oo�aot����� �tf iiiMtiiiMiiii coT* lA. EASTON & MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESSi SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISIilNOS AND i>EALEiEtS IN TRUNKS AND VALINES. MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES. WHIPS, TENTI. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY y^ND GRAIN, ETC. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF UqCOBB AMD 0IOAB8 IN A new'stand Jost drop into my new qnaiiers and convince yourself that I am up-tOi^te, * - The cleanest and brightest shop in Soathem Alberta. GBO. HO UK E M O V A LI MISS L. A. SCOTT Will show a fine line of. goods in her new Vlillincry Stor^ in the NEW BILL BLOCK, DuflTerih Street, on SATURDAY ;