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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta the Grutag DNS for the Provinces tf Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion uMuitftble for Agricultural purposes May secured in tkat portion of Province of Alberta, South oltbe Northern boundary of Town- afcip 3d and in the Southwestern por- tiMl of of shall be for a period not 21 years, and no ft greater area than lOO.GOd DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE 10 uoon; to p. M.J to p. m. 08. OR, G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON over Drug Store GRAIN PARLIAMENT AT OTTAWA 'Ottawa, April important jUveen tracic and street prices would to the west last 'week's proceed not. the -farmer contends, be more Office 125. HOUM 94. OAcw 9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cof. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., p. m. to 3.30 p. m: Telephone 41. Lmiids lease'd are subject 'jj! homestead entry or sale, but the of tike Interior may caaoel leasehold, or an3r portion thereof the lessee two years' not The rental chargeable is two per acre per annum. A lease be granted an applicant un- ites he owns "of cattle yr head of stfewp for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall his stock so as'to be in pos- ion the three years of pi one of cattle or fnTg head of Aeep for every 20 acres leased, an-d maintain stock in this proper- i during the continuance of the Ott block. ings in parliament was what might be called the 'grain parliament" which bat in the office of the minis- ter of anu commerce on. Tues- day, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day, discussing the Western grain, trade. It originated out of the de- than '1 cents per is en- ,ough to pay for handling and putt- ing through the there- fore, the difference -between 2 ttais per, bushel and the actual amount of the "spread" js a dead loss to him. Whether or not it is. profit to the sire of the grain growers and farm- combined he Ls not able to crs' associations of the prairie pro-j say and is not concerned in, vinces to pivsc-ut -to the government lact that it is a loss to him being their views in regard, to car distri- jestablished, he demands such change bution and the control of terminal m conditions "as will either wipe it and transfer elevators. The report out or reduce it to its lowest point, of the royal grain commission had From the foregoing, it will dealt with many Teatures of the it hut, apart from the question ofiMe grain trade and generally existence of car distribu- aig, met the views of the farmers; ition-is at the roof of the W.S. GALBRA1TH. M.O.C.M. (McGill) PHVSICUN, SUKG-EOS ACCOUCHEK Eedpatli St. Phone a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m identity had been-made: There was government supervision of ,the Storage of grain, in the Fort William elevators, but no such supervision of. the grain mto elevators or of tho transfer elevators at Georgian Bay ports Or ut Montreal. He ar- gues that with grain dealers actually operating in whole or in part the terminal and transfer elevators, the inducement to mix the grades to the profit of the elevator owner, -who was also a, grain dealer, always existed; and that, under the circumstances, the pre-sent inspection at Fort Wil- liam was not adequate to insure that did not take place; and that, in. default of any supervision at the transfer elevators, lutely nothing v> taking place. there' was abso- prevent it from TRY WH. OLIVER V- Everything required in the construction of a Lumber ana kifuti of Mill Work Do not tend all your.mouev to Calgary and Cranbrook, Kelp to build up a local industry by patronizing Oliver't Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yardg and Bound Bom pas Telephone 153 In Mipport of this, Mr. Flavelle of 1 J indsay, Out., spoke strongly of the! in which western grain pis! received by him, it not'being a'ccord-! but, on these two points, the farm- ia receiving points. Th- ers felt that, their interests ivquired Grain Act .makes jihat special representations be made provisions regarding the on i to .sample on which to the government. of cars, which was demanded by the although covered by an inspec- The .government, in acceding to fanners several years ago. This tion certificate. The mixing of the! their request, thought thc opportun- turn of distribution waj> .strongly ob- Mower with the higher-.qualities of! ity of matters from all jectv.d 10 by thc railway companies in the elevators, whereby grain sidt-t, .should not ha" lost, and invited and the allied interests', of the Miainjthat 'is over grade- is reduced to DcVeber Physicians and Surgeous 'Plione Sheep-grazing is permitted oa'only a. portion of the tracts refer- red, to. A map showing the sheep framing districts may be secured on j Application to the Secretary f the j Department of the Interior, Ottawa, j, W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior, j publication of thin adveftisenien-t not paid Jor. Drs. McCIure Stewart SUBOEOX DENTISTS a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. grade- is reduced to of the.-trading. dealers, as tending to aggrnvfctfc lirrade, wouul ivsuJt in large -profit ing, transportation, jjjrt financial'in- car shortage, and, thereby, to" dealer; and, oy reason of the terests connected with the grain crease the "spread" .complained of bvjigeneral' deterioration standard I j trade. Tlie conference accordingly Uie farmers. j of the grain as it reached the British 1 on Tuesday, when there were J ,fr 3Ia'cKcnxic d lH the filler, the general price'to the farm-j on hehali or the government, 'shortaRp not which is fixed by' the price paid car distribution provisions of the hy the British mLllf'r> be re-1 Gram Act to any .serious degree. Mr. cod' Peters hadf said that the average de-! contended that the, Jay cars distributed to farmers O3ll'V vra-v the identity of for loading at platforms was tbj'ea'grades in transport from Fprt Wil- Sir Kichard minister .of 'trade and commerce. Hon. S. A. I FKhf r, minister of Agriculture, and jlfon. J-'rank Oliver, minister of imer- j ior; from the fanners associations, plessrs R. and K. C. N A reliable local salesman for Leth-! "bridge ami adjoining .country to i represent Canada's Greatest Nurseries! Largest list of hardy varieties, tho-i roughly tested aud .recommended.) by -the Western experimental sta-1 tioas at Brandon and Indian Hea-1. j A periuaneat situation for the ritrlit j roan for n-hoin territory infill be re-, __ DR. O; J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Jackson Ofli'-e in Hotel Couldale. Rooiii 12 Office Hours il-12. 1-5. W. C, SIMMONS Advoc-i te, Barrister, Etc. SOUTHARD ders, Manitoba, Messrs.- E. and P. A. Partridge. Saskatchewan, and 31 r. Tt. Sheppard, Alberta; on behalf of tho grain trade. John Fk- (president, and T T. from the Exchange. u- T t- L., I-'arnsn. Jt Kneeland. Av. was to cut out deaJers, in j days. The Canadian Pacific and thf fliam-to Liverpool .Canadian Northern Railways had t-hc Jntcre-st the cars, with which to carry grain.' lhe operation of the elevators During the six months of the ist the elevators absolute' season. carloads of grain were goVernnH'nt So Jontf. he1" Fort William. That isaic1' as the parties oocrating the i'F-; mean four round trips for i acl; t c'vator had a financial interest in ,t, Tr _ rt year m the grain service, with the tborc- was no pos-] ll. -ilcuiuioms, F. O. Fowler, N. days to the tnp. v a Tu- had and -North Uest gram deal- the bunks, O. Txmght pr Secretary "of the Canadian, Messrs. Peters and time that a car served. Pnv weekly: free equip-; ment specially designed for western agents. Write, for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON! "j Fonthill Nurseries (350 Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS i x- r> LV A.lvoc.tK Notar Public Association; and the railways, 3Iess- rs. Drinkwatcr and Petars 01 the an insertion tliat would r to prevent" that mixing1 trip Between takinff Place. William a? Ijcingj 3Jr. Gibbs, who controls the ;from 14 to 20 days. Therefore, the wmnent inspection FGrt Weekly Free Press aAd Prairie Family Herald Weekly Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE WANTS, OF .iL'L CLASSES OF- JREADERS, actually occupied 23 days over concurred In this and said that' Canadian Pacific, G, H. Shaw of the, thc tim? should rea- i comply- supervision of lhe Western Canadian reading pu'bJic'fc made up chiefly "of Wse Canadian Northern and }Hr Da'rvm- taken' aud> on the; of binning and discharging the grain Persons who have lived in the -west for anv lengthy -V ishowing of the n" pic 01 the Grand Trunk- Pacific. 3Ir. Hl tae lariners could uju> uo enartrea a uuijiicarjon nt -MIA operating Ooldie, chairnian the Royal Grain Commission, attended to ex- u'1111 Orticv Oiher Block, up-stairs. s ONTARIO I OYAL Royal Grown is a Superior Laundry Soap JIA Ml LTD N A V Block. Letlibrulure W. L. Wilson parliament as well as A. Ttillinger of the railway Coaimibiion and members of the grain inspection staff, at ine Tho sittings occupied Tuesday fore- noon.- Wednesday forenoon and after- j noon, Thursday forenoon and after- noon, and Friday forenoon, and it is I oafe to say that the grain AC-US .never more ably or thoroughly dis- cussed from the .standpoint of interest As The farmerjj had asked for the conference to take they spoke iirht. 31 r. Hinders led off, and -was E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR i I that the delay by v companies, j 'fora the ,-iovptors would meanprac-, out-and-out Westerners, ly bC a of the operatin the Ujlited g.tates and and to would add the storage representatives ex- in the recent arrivals from the CanAda." Perhaps no one newspaper could "comple all -these classes but by-this combination offer every special, need The Weekly free Press and Farmer gives a complete cek by week of all happenings in 'the Westenr AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, ce Cor. Ford and G-lyn Sts. Apulica'tions-for dates mar at The .Herald Orticu. maae _ Friday I A 31 r. 31acKen7n-. president of (T. H. Johnston's Store) of the IManitoba Grain .Xs- xn T T j. and by Mr. Sheppard, on Fur Overcoats Alined from Si O.OU'. _ Ibchalt ot the Alberta Farmers As- at loading j that thc grain, itself, should bear only at lut all the costs of inspection and hand- J per cent, were af-'ling, preferring that it should bear >3 the application of thc pro- these costs and thereby have the The four days "battle chiefly 1 that the dealers should be able to i around this question; and LHe grain the in" the dealers .vm1 railway representatives Jal or transfer olevators as at pres-' a compromise, w hith eat. by the farmers. Tho and Chipping interests The point as to the shortage of'while willing to accept any supervis- each monei' beinff responsible for the long ;c njt interfCre .normal "spread" last was also j with the efficiency of the plane, di. 'mentioned; and it was generally ad- clared that it was impossible, as a! mitied f_a thc "-.pread" had been proposition to carrv out B groatJy increjtsaL in consequence of the farmers' to preserve the id- it, but that the measures tkkvn bj-N-ntity of grain, tho eminent had had the effect of greatly improving the market condi- tions. tbemselvcs as quite prepared it has special dieiMuttnents for American and -British settlers. fly Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former Easteni.1 CanV da with the news of -the .Eastern portion of the Dominion 'in Herald provides "the local Western wbichj.yow cannot do without. v LETHBRIDGE HERALD: _, Jpind sndosed for-which send me Weekly Tree Press'and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, .Montreal; bridge Herald.-for one year each. discussion rthroughout Suits cleaned a3id pressed Pants Your own goods inutlt1 into .suits' from.......... Estimates iiuvn for all alterations. repairs, etc. was pointed and fit times warm. Jhit there is QO doubt that all parties qut-stion of adequate provision concerned have acquired a knowledge _ 1O1" stonlSe m and Passage through of conditions which they hac The position taken Ujy the; The termmal and transfer elevators l before, and know better there is rcpicsi-nutives of the fann.-n, dwtlt u'th the far- to be said for th.> nuin on tha oth- fai-mer- the niers collteilclinPr that it was to their or side of the question." In the- net thclt lho "rai" i n-suJt it would s.-em that the farm- 1 rcpicsi-nutves of that between the J400 ljrod -111 fi or Givjt nuilor ut eastern was tO The ulti'natc' in the same ors hud the better case or were bet- condition B. C. rj'eral Director: and Smbalrner tc PreS'iyterian 'Church. Office ]Rhone 1U2. Residence OF NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION STATIONARY Meet m the TJ.ihnj- Hall every oncl arid" fourth Mondays In the I month. gineers; and engineers'out'of'employ- no- pa.rt. producer, at. had meat, -would to communicate i resulc rriuld not bc otherwise with us. ,'to his d.i sad vantage; and the ROBERT Cliie GEO. BKUCE, Secretary 13-lyr i farmer of the alleged combine. for marketing purposes the consumer in which it was recced i to the cabe they bad The crrain d.-alers who ,boucht the elevator. The mix in th- argument over on commission, the ffrain buyers., the "lpr. nf lowei" wilh ln'J higher qualities thr-ir