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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta of tUe Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of .Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing 'eases of Dominion Lands ''ttmsukaf.le' for Agricultural purposes Secured in that portion xof Province of Alberta, lying South -W, I boundary of Town-J 28 aad In rtie Southwestern per- of the. Province of S'askatch- DR. P. W; TULLER PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Block., 10 noon; to p. to p. m. Residence NEWS OF BOWVILLE (From Thursday's Daily.) The Hadfords are at this week building a house on Mrs. Had- DR. C.C.GRAGG PXiYSIClAN AKD StIHGEON claim, the of 25 :3-S Mrs. Hadford will move in as as possible. Mr: Paulson's mail contract ptrtrs the 1st of May. Bids will be open soon" for the new contract.' Mr. Garlesou is out to live on iiis claim this summer. He has been SIDE LIGHTS AX JXTERKSTLVG APPEAL (Christian Guardian.) .The recent appeal of General ,Jou- 'to Sir Edward Grev. TRY WM; OLIVER I Mike Goreu of Lethbridge, who mployed to Lethbridge at theWiud- i has been in our burg, lias about comp over Higmbotlmni's Drug rangements with Mr. Johiisoii for his protection o his nilv in I i .1 ia mi; snondiiio- d-rvx liverv bam tins Winter. spuicuug uu lew illustration ol the change which rf ha auoat comuicieu HI- .....i has trtkcn in ttnor t Everything required in the construction of a Building, I Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Pfcone Oflice 125. House 94. drilling machine in Mr Pete Bradley V, trtk''n iu the Boer T-Oliver's Pkniug and Lumber Mills. i toward Great Britain. At the close! J Do not. semi all your money to Calgary and Craubrook. JJMp to.buiUl up Letlibriugti aud a Uy patronizing -Oliver's snfl Lnmhw "Mills to 11 a.m., 1.30 to i JOou Burns expects to make a trip Hilma. Peterson spent Sun. fof South. African war a number' 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. ..f' y wuh a load of shall be for" a period not 21 years, and no leoseshaR tover a greater area than 100.00Q acres. r Lands leased are not subject to entry or sale, but the Minister of {Jhe Interior may Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Bunlatt. to Lethbridge grain. Mrr Robert Reynolds sold his big n anci last week and jts now about at Mr. Robert a or any portion, thereof ;buy another. 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 1 Will Fry is preparing to leave for land tne evening at Brandvold's. j Clarence De Groff, Will Syd- Margery Thompson, and Burns spent Sunday at Bran- void's. John Reynolds and John Koski 7-S p. m. to 3.3U j Claresholm in the near future where Lethbridge visitors this week. p. m. Telephone 41. PHTSICIAX, SCKGEOS iy the lessee two years' not The rental chargeable is two per. acre per annum. A lease Stwiot be granted an applicant he owns head of cat-tie five-head of sheep for 60 acres applied For, arkd the lessee shall cjwase his stock so as to be in pos- session the end of three years of tujao of cattle or five of for every 20 acres leased, ami maintain stock in this propor- duriag. the continuance of the block [he expects to work on Watson's out- I lit this summer. John Reynolds sold his buggy last. Mr. Hitchcock's team which was tied- in front of Snyder's new black-! smith shop, became excited when' week. Mr. Heckland -was the buyer..' Peterson's horse went by and break- I Anyhow, John has already made ar-1 ing loose ran away. They ran thro of Boer families refused to remain under the British flag, and emigrated j to anci Portugese territory. It did no't take long- however for! them to find out that German'" yoke aud the Portugese yoke were! somewhat heavier even than the Bri- tish, and teany were glad to come back -under the folds of the Union Jack. Those who remained in Por- r a peculiar difficulty. The" Boer had! 0 flice. Yards and Bound jud Bom pus Streets no objection to slavery, as he had i see j-'o; m 4 -D 3 oi -o' rangemeuts for a new one of the five fences, tearing three posts to res Kedpath St. Phone odt, t a lder ,1 latest style." pieces as though they were matcnes. j literary society was held Wednesday at -Mr. Beningfidd's in'12-21. The debate was "Resolved that a j north looking for Tempered but Hard "Working- "Wo- i returned last nisht man Is Better than- a Good-matured _ e pankd Mr. Ed Eeynolds on. (JU1CK r-r-rrV, for mirnpstpad- i Greatest Nurseries j list of hcirdyrarletie3, tho-1 and recommeaded j by the SVestern experimental sta-i tions at-Brandon andlndlan Head, j A perinuueat situntion for the right j mau for whom territory will be re- i served. Pay weekly: free equip- W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barristr-r, Etc. but Lazy Woman." The affirmative won' thrice to noue. After the debate i {there was a fine programme. Mr. Sam Averail is home from a i trip which he made to Granum. He I has been absent for a couple ofj Messrs. Eieklad and Scraig- accom- a trip id. They and reported e going in to Leth- bridge Friday to file. Mr. Wyman has bought Mr. Girlie's driving team. Olai Will is now erecting a .fine to protect some members of his family supposed to be on Portu- gese territory, whose lives he believes to be in danger from Portugese hos- tility.' This appeal is a. tacit out strong acknowledgment of faith in! British fairness and justice, and we! do not doubt that the government i will do what can be done to the-safety of who once dis- trusted her rule, but who now ap- peal to her for help. FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR new ise on his claim. SOUTH-LED BLOCK j Meney to Lend, on To vm and Farm. Property C. F. HAJRKIS menteijeeialty designed for western I Barrister, Advocate. Notary Public agents. Write for particnlars. j STONE ft" WELLINGTON PonthiU Nurseries (350 Acres) j JIAMILTON YOUNG TORONTO ONTARIO! ___ Engineers and Survej'ors Mr. Carl Johnson, was on a. visit Granum one day last week. Mr. Dixon is now living on his claim again. He has been over in Rev. Mr. Moss went to Lethbridge to j Tuesday after a load of lumber for A Northerner riding--through the tVest Virginian mountains came up with a mountaineer .leisurely driving i I a herd of pigs. "Where arc you driving the pigs' asked the rider. I Weekly Free Press iad Prairie Farmer, Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best' THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE brother John who a long absence. has returned PROSASLE STRIKE IN WINNIPEG rx. Winnipeg, Man., April ne-j gotiation between the street railway! and the and motormen are f being continued and It is that 3 meeting of the nuen will bej held after midnight to receive the W. L. Wilson AUCTIONEER, Lethbridge, Aita. .Granum this winier sending his children to school. Mr. John Xail was in Lethbridge on business one day last week and bought a team of horses. There will be a school meeting at his house this wtek to organize a school district. Mr. 0. Oleson was -visiting friends on the Black Spring Hidge one day last week. Mr. De Wick has bought a new carriage. Basset of the Buffalo Hill farm bought a team oi oxen and is, j now ready for spring work. Mr. S. A. Wyman lost a valuable! 1 horse, it having broken its leg by j i stepping in a badger hole. This Harry Wilson- who has been stop-j ping at Donnan's has left us to make his home in Ireland where his folks live. Miss Hilma- Peterson went to Leth bridge Wednesday, returning Thurs- day. Fred Miebach has completed a new barn on his place. 'Mr. Swertfeger was in Lethbridge f Hon. Adam Beck, who is so much most of last week on business. in- the public eye in Ontario on "ac- "Out to pasture Jeui bit." "What fatten 'em." "Isn't it pretty slow work io tem them'on, Up "where I come from -we" pen them and feed them on corn. It saves a. lot of time." "Yaas. I s'pose drawled the mountaineer. "But. what's time to a OFFER "VVTaiCH 3tEKTS THE WANTS OF Oi ASSES OF READERS. The reading" public is made up chiefly of these class- es: Persons who have Jived in the west for any lengthy period and am and recent arrivals from the Old Country, frotu the United States .and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could with complete satisfaction to all these classes by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record ?42ek by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces- In addiifoa it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Hera.ld and Weckjy Star suppliesthe former .resident of Eastern. Cana da uri-th. tbe news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed form- and the JLethbriilirc Herald provides the local Western news, which, you cannot do Chris Egger. -who has been hauling ivt Wllunr SmitK for the'past two weeks returned to this side of the ridge Sunday. Mr. Tom Gostic and Charley Pul- ley, also Mr. J. Egger. took supppr at the Moore last Sunday night, after wliich J. Moore, accompanied Cor. Ford and fflvn Sts. rather a serious matter in view of il fhst thft sDrin- Messrs- Pullt'-v and E-er attend- reply of the company to the demand Applications for dates mar made 1 the fact that the spring fanning !.bj at presented yesterday. If these are at The Hersld Office. I are so r.ear at hand. ..ed'-church at-the school house. count of the position he occupies as leader in the movement for cheaper LETHBRIDGE Find for which send, me Weekly Free Press and prairie was once a -working black- Farmer, Winnipeg.; Family! Herald and "Weekly Star, Montreal; and He is now a cigar box man- not acceded to the men will ask that a board of arbitration be appointed JC TAII fjD and if the company refuses to arbi trate, the men will strike. The agree- ment "under which the men aru work- ing expire.-; tonight. Negotiations have been going on between the men and the company for some time. Xotliing definite can be obtained from official source on either side. (Bear of GK H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relined from i in the near future. oper; At a meeting held at Bowvffie hall T. R. Moore struck water in his March 12 A. Wiliams and C. W! j new wt-il at 26 feet. Thompson were elected delegates for Chris and Jack Egger had a small the Bowville district to appear beiorei last Tuesday. 2so damage the C. P. H. section boss at Calgary was dune. Suits cleaned and pressed Pants 1.25 i 0. K. Pvick has just returned from a-, i short visit in N. Dakota. It is evident jav The last meeting- the society was held last Thurs- The debate was, "'Re- Your oirn goods made into suits from..............14.001 power, smith. ufacturcr. Although, since politics became his vocation, tho making of cigar boxes has practically became an avocation. He has a hard task before him to weld the different in- terests together in regard the power question. The sparks are fly- ing and a great many people are watching the process. j POOL WAS HIS GAME (Toronto Saturday 2Cight) i The championship pool tournament i this tveek 'in Chicago between Tho- mas Huetson and Jerome Keogh, bridge Herald, for one year each. WEATHER RETURNS I that Ott still trots in single harness.. solved that a Man Would Go Far- Mr. Ed Averail the owner j ther for the Love of Woman than for "dent. T heard iiv CobourS last t of a pair oi Shetland ponies. They Of Gold." The leaders were Estimates given for all alterations, j make a dandy pair of drivers. j Jir. A. D. McDonald leader on the calls to mind an irrteresting iitt.e in- repairs, etc. pravc-r meeting was held at the i negative and Mr. A. Williams. (Furnished by C. B. Bowman, Vveuther Observer at i 31axlmum Minimum j 3Iarch 1 20.2 2 12.9 14.S I home oi Mr. and Mrs. Haney lastjer on "Saturday night. March 21, and was j W0n. affirmative. The negative Th- Bowville Free Press and B. C. MOORE Director and Embalrner at Mr. Alfred-A verall's on Sat-j New, was the largest edi- _____ i urday night, March 23. A good crowd tion of the season, consisting of 29 summer. I had dropped in. to see my old 22.G 33.7 -l-l.-i ......29.7 44.9 55.1 60.1 ou.9 49.2 49.9. 44.9 41.0 IS 35.0 19............ 42.9 S 9 ,30 13 12 18 1-1 15 Ifi 17 5.0 -2.S -1.7 -13.0 -6.8 -4-7. 6.0 to Prescyterieui Church.; Ffcone 102. Residence l was present. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF I STATIONARY ENGINEERS I j Meftt. ia the Labor Hall every see-! ond and fourth K O 1 month, 29.0 j 35 8 38.8 .Mr. .Charles Rude moved into his new two storey house last Thursday. Mr. Dolan bought three horses from pages. It Tva? read before the de- bate by the editor. B. W. White. After recess the following programme friend.: the -proprietor of thc local pool room, whom I had known in former years as a lumberman. We stood watching the game. J'They shoot a pretty goou he said. "I tell you, though, there has been better pool than you over saw played in this room. I -was was rendered: i Mr. Clark, our Bowvillo harness VIn3 sitting- here reading I when two or one afternoon Mondavs in Come 21 O'> 25 28 20 30 31 21.0 7.0 f 10.6 5.5 12.8 12.5 1G.2 20.3 32.0 34.0 32.3 21.1 attention! iii Bowville. get your work done. Employers requiring'certificated en-! The school board of and engineers out of employ-j district have purchased a new ment? would do well to communicate I board and some new seats for with us. iElla and Miss Marery i Thompson and Miss Hilma Peterson, after which thc programme. It consisted of a speech _ (school. That's right, gentlemen, Nail> a dialogue by Sam Av- Chief, i of this district have been EO. deprived of school and need 01 the education they can get. Our JIAUB'S SCRAP BOOK 43.4 -17.9 55.7 55.4 43.4 44.2 5.2 24.2 5.6 25.0 2.2 29.7 38.9' -18.5 2.10 20.9 0.0 Sums 12197 4253 Means 39.3' 13.7 Precipitation March 2 Jid. Averail, Willie Averail. Then, a step dance and some songs equipment is not yet up to tne by the, famous gong and dance mark, but if we keep on adding to Ryan> accompanied by Miss horn time to time, we will soon Wimers; by. Profesgor as good a school as any distnat in j Alberta. Viola Wooley. icame in in yachting clothes, and one cf them who looked like a. bov of or mnetcen, asked ms if I wanted, to play a'game of billiards. I said I'd play him a couple 'of and the other two fellows j went away and started to play pool. I soon found that he was no mean billiard player, and told him so. ''You must have started, very' I said, 'to as you isn't my he said -nek, accompanied bv Miss Winters _.._, (New i Alberta u 1 Pool- on the guitar; and a magic lantern j Queen ilaud of Norway is the au- j Lyn Burns and Ingwall Dam wore j bv pd The j soundc-d rather like hot air! so I said, 'I'll play you a game of thor of a book which mav dcscrib at Mr. Dcaln's on Sunday, cd as a work of fiction. While, strict! ly .speaking, she is not its another sense she' is its author. It March 22. Mr. A. Williams is going to erect rack em he, said. ing wound up with a dance, a large] Crowd being present. Farmers in this'vicinity are well! a tine S room house as soon as pos- advanced with their spring work, sible. is nothing more than a scrap book, I Miss Maud Mils celebrated herj ,o'aiinto which thc Queen pastes newspa- iI6th birthday anniversary Saturday 1-a March 21. 3 1 4 7 16 17 19 2-t 27 '31 0.10 0.07 0.10 0.35 0.02 0.05 0.20 0.10 0.10 Total............................ 1.10 I consider MINASD'S LINIMENT the BEST liniment in use. I got my, foot badly jammed lately. I bathed it well -with MINARD'S LINIMENT, and it was as well as ever next day. Yours very truly, T. G. McMULLEN. per about herself and thc King. Sunday school was held in Bow- these clippings are vilk School house Sunday morniRg, all accounts of'things which actually j Maych Mj._ Haneyj SUpCrintend- r.ovcr happcned-rumors, speculations, j ent; Mr. A. Williams, assistant; Mrs. unfounded gossip, and the like. If, j S. A. Wyman, secretary-treasurer; her assistant was Mrs. T. Dolan; bible class teachers, Mr. A Williams, his assistant Mr. F. M. White; Mr. Moss, teacher of the intermediate class; Mrs. Hanson, teacher of the junior class. Mr. some day in the future, a learned historian delving among the records of the past for material wherewith to vitalize the dry bones of history were to hit upon this curious volume he would probably give the world an intimate account of the doings of royalty in the early twentieth-cen- tury as worthy of belief as are some so-called "sidelights on history" cur rent today. A News, Toronto. COULD not our hostesses Some penetcntial place, For the unmitigated goat Who trumps his partner's ace. Ed. Church and family are in Lethbridge and expect to be out on their place this week. Mr. Mills was In town on business one day last week. A report is circulated that there is to be a continuance of the North Star literary society, this summer. Mr. Ed and Lynn Averall were in town Monday on business. Mr. A. Williams and Son bought T. Uolan's fine team of mares (and went [to Leth bridge to close the deal. The editor accompanied them. MILK RIVER ITEMS Hardy has commenced seeding. Four more cars of settlers effects arrived on. Tuesday. They included a'steam plow'and a threshing outfit. Mr. Locke has established a lumber 'All 11 did. "He called the shot oft the break, and ran down thc fifteen balls. "Rack up .he said: and he ran j them down again. j. "He did it five times in succession. 'Who arc you I shouted at him; as he finally missed or. the sixth break. He smiled and handed me his card. "The name on it was 'Jerome yard and is now erecting an office in j pgrate." connection with it. A ,arge livery barn is being built here. The new buildings are being placed on the railway right of way. Twelve land men came in Tuesday to look over the land. Keogh. He had just won the cham- pionship of the world "at Rochtwter, and had run ox-er with some friends in a yacht after the match to recu- IIIUII UIUUU UUU XOL m 3 ,Mt f Department now prepared to cater needs of the District Alberta. If Commercial or if you are holding a or other form of if you want badges Football. Baseball, in fact, if you want of Printing done in first-class style, orders to the Department. All the district will be promptly and possible, with receipt of Sixteen settlers have completed shacks in the adjoining townships and quite a bit of land will be cul- tivated this year. Settlers "are coming in on every train. Frank Kllert was in Lethbridge on on Wednesday, Ben Ellert was in Warner on a bus- iness trip Tuesday., On the occasion of thc visit of the visit of the Prince of Wales to the British House of Commons recently, Mr. John Burns had a conversation with his Royal Highness, and after- wards Mr. "Willie" Redmond ap- proached the President of the Lottl Government Board. "You seem on good terms with tho he remarked. "Bo you think you could persuade his Royal High- ness to smoke an Irish Mr. Burns replied, "it is the duty of his Majesty's ministers to protect the heir-apparent from at- tempted assassination." CANDIDATE AT 8-t (From the Philadelphia Record) Jefferson county probably has thc oldest-candidate for public office in the State in John S. Barr, present County Commissioner and candidate for reelection on thc Republican tick- et. Barr is 8-t years old. and was' campaigning when most- of hi-1? op- ponents were in their cradles. He fought in the-'civil war and came home to .be.made sheriff of the coun- ty, served one term and' later won the race for Recorder and Jrlegister nnd, held thc office for two terms. He retired from politics for. a-few years and then mot financial losses. Throe one hand', little more than a whis- per left for.a voice and only his rec- ord to him, he made a whirl- wind canvass, and swept thc country in thc primary by the largest vote given a caadidate for commissioner. FOR A LEG New York, April first judg- ment under thft labor law passed in New York in making railway companies responsible for injuries re- ceived by an employee through ths negligence of another employee, has been awarded in the Supreme Court, John Tono getting a verdict of years ago, without money, with but 00 for the loss .of his leg in July 1906. ;