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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SyMpsis of the Grazing Rejula lions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of BominioM for agricultural purposes be secured in tfcat portion of Ifcv Province of Alberta, lying Soutfc the Northern boundary of Town- ship 28 and in- the Southwestern of the Province of DR. P. W. TIMER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRHXrE OUce-Ott Block. 10 noon; to p. n. to p. m. 08. 13M DR. C.C. CRAG6 FHYSIC1AN AKD S.UBGEON over Hiffinbotfeam's Drug Office 125. Bouae 94. Ottos 9 to 11 a.m.. 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. be for a period not 21 years, and no leaseshal'l a greater area than Lands leased are not subject j to Homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Inferior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof Dr, F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. AT THE COUNIL MEETING (From Daily.) The' city council had a short closing bylaws of other cities a session last night, but transacted all farce. the business there was -on hand. A! 31r. Good was advised to separate good deal of the time was occupied his as the early-closing in the discussion of the plan of re- bylaw cannot b.i riiudo to meet lib moving the trees from the streets request. where they were out of place by; r j grade or for the plan of permanent' T v I s city council ginecr Arnold advice that the follow- The Bunk of Montreal classes, of sidewalks had been FALL WHIAT .'LOOKS PINE Rtport Ward from tht That It tht Cartfftol Distr ftranM on Sunday D. C. Harris Jr. tht Now that it was perfectly agreeable to.adopted for the following streets, the carry the city's overdraft until the debentures were sold. G. A. Stevens of the Bijou Theatre walks to on both sides of tht streets in all Street From To Class Cardston, April seeding is in full swing and conditions are fa-i vorable. The spring wheat is largely in and the oats are nest in order. A ride to the cast and south shows the fall wheat in excellent condition. Wherever a field is located a ful patch of- green may be observed, and the color can be noted for miles i around. Ice. The rental chargeable is two per acre per annum. A lease granted an applicant un- lectg he owns one head of cattle mr ive head o- tpplied for. and the lessee shall W.S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGiil) PHYSICIAN, SUBGEON ACCOUCHER hie stock so as to -be in pos- MBfiion the end of three years of one bfcaa of cattle or five-head of for every 20 acres maintain stock in this propor- tion during the continuance o1 "the for every 60 acres M4 Kedpath St. Phone 53 a'.m., 2-3, DcYcbcr CampbelJ Physicians and Surgeons block.- 'Phone 143. asked permission to erect a mune Kedpath Glyn Burdett" i theatre ami dancing hall ou his lots Redpath Burdett' Coutts inside of the lire limits. "X'ot to Redpath Coutts Cutbill ss. bo" was the quick response. 'Dufferin. Crabb Glyn. Arthur Reid, pumping station en- Dufferin Glyn Burde'tt gincfr thaGkiil" th" for the increase of salary granted Crabb Kedpath Dufferin him. Crabb Duffer'in Bompas City Kn'jim-ey Arnold reported that Glyn Kedpath Dufferin the laying: of the water main on Glyn Dufferin Bompas James St., Xorth Ward, .would cost Burdett Kedpath- Dufferit TRY WM. OLIVER Everything required in the construction of Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work r 1 Do not send all your money to Calgary and Help to build tip Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Bound mcl Bom pas Streets- .Telephone 153 u Dufferin Burdett" Dufferit Bompas P. L. .Xaisinith, general manager Ford >r Coutts of the A. R. I. Co. wrote suggest- f Class 1 is a 12 foot business walk; ing that me official "responsible' for j class 2 is anight loot business Stake had charge of the turning on- of the full pressure class 3 ifc a 6-foot walk ,built tq be be requested' to turn off the colliery extended to a 12ibot curb; and class m force and the timc was devoted to _ _ _r __: VArirti-ta O Shakespeare Club The- members of the club enjoy- ed themselves very much on Satur- I day- evening last at the home of D. j, {E. Harris, Jr. where were the of Mr. Elmer Harris. _ l'i Ward Conference 3' The very agreeable weather as well jjas the knowledge of impending chang-1 in the organization, the J3ard- j 1 -j j ston Ward caused a very gratifying of the Latter-Day-Saints 21 at ,the, conferaice on Sunday last: The Sunday school' officers of the servicfv-the children were- out'! Sheep-grazing is permitted on only, j it portion, of the tracts above refer- j red to. A map showing the sheep j frcuiing districts may be secured on I application--to the Secretary f the] Department of the Interior. Ottawa. W. ?W. CORY. Ors of the Minister of interior. N. publication of tills advertisement will not be pai-d for. WE: WANT A reliable local salesman for Leth- bridge-and adjoining country to represent Canada's Greatest Nurseries Largest list of hardy varieties, tho- McClurc Stewart DENTISTS -J. D. new "bicx-k. i' H.UI.' to 12 u. I 1 p.m. to D pan DR. o. j. COURTICE: i DENTIST tp Dr. Jacksou Office in Hotel Coaldale. Room 12 Office Hours 9-12. l-o., line before the regulator works committee explained- that, the regulating" valve outside. had been taken out'several vearsago' was instructed to being too small. The order for the ''move the" trees 'from Blocks 3, 3 4, Pari'nts' class, as reported bs reports-upon the S. S. work. SuptJ enrollment i I between the ages] j of four and twenty who were church j niembers not enrolled. Ther booster pump Is to "come from jfirc chief or through Mr. Fleetwood. The 3Iayor thought the check-valve j should be put in at once. In connection with the, fire and wa- bum, ter discussion -Aid. Cunningham said the fire alarm boxes were ready that" a test would be made this 3.. 9. 10. mentioned Show teacher-CmmdlW Afertisj locations .in theju-arest resident-') shown in very flour-j i inning condition 'witlx. 85 members.! v t j Th-ir course, of study dwelt-specially j the right training "of the was well adapted to their, needs, and {the ''ready discussion" of all points; y tested and recommended the Western experimental sta-1 tionis at Brandon und Indian A permanent sitiwt-ion for the riszh 11, man for whom re-i o. SIMMONS ntc. Barrister, Etc. BLOCK TV Pav weekly: free equip- signed for western j BaTJster, "Advocate, Notary Public Write" for pvrticirlars. 7 served. ments agents. WELLINGTON. Fontliill Nurseries (S-50 Acres) i to Lend on Town and Farm Prtiperty i? r. A deputation, including yDr. 31ew- Chas.' Freeman, J. R. F. Reeve, DVT' 1 -LW L .1 i T i _ KemarJcs of encouragement and J- w. McDonald professor and man- city streets. i T J Ar a. praise as to thjs last department-of gallery asked -Mayor Henderson stated that tht c ,r Sabbath school worx were made by ven protection by license matter should have been taken x- -r vu license 'and police com-'years ago. The grades of the streets' i r 1 amsh, of the Stake.S; S. Board, .-L nnttee. had not been established except on 'f F TKn f The statement of Supt. Coombs to-i ine secretary-T.Fea.surer was author l ized to for two teams ager of the shooting Weekly Free Press Family Herald mad Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE i. jt is tnc council s present' ..-i Av m i J i the effect of the' present efBiciency intention to bring the streets of the. A1 i '.m the' school could never have been -m. --ir- L -i T- j., fire teams.- fhe-Kayor thought that city to grade. Ii this is clone, halff- A t-m b it attained without the-active and a team should be bought on trial, or of tht trees v.-jli bo awav above i. W nest--co-operation of Bishor> Han AN OFFER WHICH ilEETS THE SPECIAL- WANTS OF CLASSES OF READERS! k j. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of'these" ear-j Pei-sons who have lived in the, west for any lengthy period J -7-Oliver Blouk, up-stairs. TORONTO ONTARIO nUALOFTHE DREAMERS HAMILTON VUUiNG s and Surveors Letb bridge W. L. Wilson possible, a man be ofiered a gruue and it -wul be to' j i Jus-councillors, elders.- i certain sum to provide a team suit- move them at any rate to bring f d W d able to" the city. .The fire" teams were them down to In regard to UCS G" to" be stabled at the fire hall and the sidewalks work the city supply yard, [sideration The city is "getting anxious to found that operation of Bishop Hammer I' out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals, from the Old Country; iroi United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could catu- with complete satisfaction know whether the pipe- for- gas rot beeii systematic and it was well -is shipped or not. The Mayor found impossible to, build sidewalks said that 5fr. Peat had said that the to fit the trees. "Certain streets must pipe was shipped. The secretary was i be business streets instructed to wire'.Tas, ._... _ _. ..._.... an enrollment according to its! wliether pipe was sluppsd md for car standards of sidewalks wcrc decided; as Cardston possessed, j Sister "Eh'zaheth Hammer with dif-j ficulty expressed her feelings of joyi systematic and it i 1-J.o. j B> hud visited many schools in the' south during the past Avinter, but had and provision to find number and billing reference in order .upon, standard 1, a 12-foot walk; i that- it may lie hurried along. standard 2, an 8-foot walk; stand- 1 More Evidence of a Sen- sational Nature Takes at Medicine Hat LICENSED'; A UCTIONEER." Lethbridge, Al-ta. Residence Cor. G-Ijii Sts. Applications for dates may made at The Herald Office. iJy Herald and Weekly Star, suppliesthe former resident- of da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed and the Lethbridge provides the local Western -j cannot do without. _, .r-T.- LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer. Winnipeg; FamiljT Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and bridge Herald, for-ens year each. 4 .will be given instructions to use vig- orous means to get. things cleaned The telephone company, or rather walk in. a boulevard, "-che walk to be to Logan. Utah. 6 feet from the property line and fif-f Drpartment reports were made of teen feet from the curb. j the Thool'ogical by Wm. Duce and the Other things have to he contended i Kindergarten by Miss Vera Eeeder the telephone department of the Al- (with, TLe man-hoJes are away from n32 .members with -.an...average at-1 ocrta government will be askcti for the right street grade, the water- pernussjon to have red electric lights Medicine Hat, April the trial for burning the house of Joseph Lehr against the sect known as the {Pants Jacob Heilz, of Irvine, an j Your own ex-Dreamer on the stand 'yesterday stated that dreams were discussed at over the fire alarm boxes so as to enable people better to know where beei1 they are. grade mains and sewers were out of grade tendance of 86 per cent.) brief remarks by Pres. Wil- as wore the ditches also. All had liama and Miss Mary Marker, a form- done without any regard to er member of the Stake Board, now E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR fBejir of G-. H. Johnston's Store; Fnr relined from S10.00 Suits cleaned and pressed 1.25 j At thc council last aight may not be ugreeuble but they must j labors performed by Bp. Hammer 11....... be reduce the work to a ays-j and wife during thtdr long period of and system. These things residing at Magrath, Pres.' Wood license committee advised that must be clone sooner or later. They paid a high tribute of praise for the goods made into suits from..............14.00 the meetings. If the Breams could be j Estimates -iveu for all alterations. repairs, etc. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer. Church.; Office Phone Residence OF Meet in the Hall every sec- ond and fourth -Mondays in the? month. Employers requirin certificated en-' "executed, the interpretation was, sup- posed to be carried out by "he Dream- ers. If the party who dreamfd could not execute the dream some one else was supposed to do ..it. It was once told to Mrs. Schneider that she should burn the Baptist and 'Lutheran churches at Josephburg. This was not the rtsult of a dream but the creed NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION was to murder and burn. Kar- STATIONARY ENGINEERS lotto made the .suggestion and said he'- would do her a good turn if she burned the churches. Letters were read at the .meetings frm God Jacob Merkel giving in- structions to kill .and'murder unbe- lievers. 'The names of John Lehr, j had been mentioned for destruction. After Joseph Jr. did a shoot- ing in Dakota, all the Dreamers were j suposed to go armed. 'All were armed j in Canada. The kissing of the Bible j in court had no weight with "the j Dreamers'-'as the'government and law- yers were of the devil, affirming-that did not bind them. Alfred" Brest, an ex-Dreamer gave evidence that, at one of. the meetings Emmanuel Gill told of a dream in which.he was to shoot is broth e -14 A the police force be increased by one tem- The jiresorit council intends go- active service here. man whose duty it will be to be at ing at the things right. The adult 'members of the Ward the police station all night so that In reply to Dr. -Mcwbum, the May-' wore out in force at the 2 p.m. service, the calls in may have a quicker said that the number of trees to The reports from the fetiring Biahop- respor.se. Chief Pan-y was granted two1 weeks leave of absence provided he appoint one of the constables acting cmef in Engineer Arnold, showing where the be moved is not as as some j ri'c, J. A. Hammer, Martin Woolf and supposed. The whole plan was gone Wm. Duce, showed the Ward to be over thoroughly by the JMayor and his absence. The council adopted the report in a flourishing condition from all points of view: the best tithing record, of "the tomrhittee and the extra man will be put on i-ight away. gineers, and 'engineers out of employ- iient, would do S.v ROBERT Chief.' 1 The City Solicitor advised the council against the granting of the .request of the -Good Co.-to be allow- ed to keep their --premises open though not selling from grocery .department. He said that the city could not prohibit selling but ..could BRUGfi, -Secretary. 13-lyr ON TRAIL OF MURDERER to commnnicatelonlr doso doors of lhe stores. If firms carrying on'moro than .one business had separate entrances the difficulty could be overcome, but the granting of such requests as that of the Good Co. had made the early-' different sidewalks were to be placed, j the fewest non-tithe payers, the best The question- of watering the trees record as to Ward finances, the best was. also thoroughly discussed. choral sen-ice and the most- active The deputation being 'apparently} participation of the 1074 members in satisfied with the explanation their spiritual duties, had'been''the licy given, Aid. thought that J record of the past year as given by the people present should express the three mentioned officers, their satisfaction with the Sisters Sarah- B. Dames and ITcw-burn expressed approval of the j ronia Follett reported the Ladies' j plan but objected to thc plan of mov-} Relief Society (102 members) and the j ing some trees but he supposed would j primary association (206 have tcr get over it. Something must respectively. j The religious class work was report-j sacrificed to the general welfare of the plan. He satisfied j ty. gupt. J. .Walter in a! if the city'will see that the trees, j healthy condition and the Woolford j moved are well looked after. .Reoeiv- j branch was shown to be likewise by ing the promise of the council, all was satisfactory. StrationL Ont., April Mover, slayer of Color Sergeant Lloyd in Avoiserey in udifWci to be j hiding in the vicinity of this city, j Michael Gill through thV1 j Six well armed detectives are on his i of his Kmanuel (liu I'traii..: Moyer has not, been showing j ami. JL young lad fought and j himself during the day but out j at night. i Railway From United States Boundary to Dawson City vrm. The story was told at the home i and it was decided .that Dix was to! be destroyed as-we'll as Michael Gill; who had assisted him. Witness with h.is .brother'and the prisoner past; Gill's i place. 'The j I B-c-' APril 23.-Thc the Presiding Elder Wm. T. Ains- i cough. i President E. J.: Wood'then placed) will run through mineral districts, 1 proposition of the release of thej from which fabulous reports of thu i retiring Bishopric with a hearty votej richness of the deposits; are frequent- of thanks for their efficient labors' ly being brought clown to civilization jin tne Past which. wa. .quickly changed ,'H.ofi'mnn, who gives his post office 'pected surveys will be I fv-eling of buoyancy and energy by address as New York city, is at tho started at once .so that actual con- j wkh the vote of the people. The first i Lethbridge High-class low prepared to cater needs of the District Alberta. If Goyimercml or if you are holding a or other form of if you want badges 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 may be commenced DEMOCRATS WIN Orleans, April Returns -re ceived today. v from yestorday's sta election show that, '.Tard Y. the judicious use o! Dr. Snoop's Re.-1 head of a Canadian, syndicate form- Jstruction work j sU'iative.. !ocl to secure incorporation for the this fall. Thr Rrs'torative' is n genuine of building a railway from j The real barkers of this tired, run-down' and but the American boundary to .-the south- are not known, and. the supposition few closes is ner-cled "to satisfy tliejeast of this 'town t.o'.Dawsoiv City, j is that it is the Northern Pacific Pco Dr. Shoop's Restorative j opening up a wild and practically nt back of the line, endeavor- brief but feeling renuuka as tol their increased responsibilities and j their desires for the faith and sup-; port of the Saints. The beautiful anthems of the thc .services much move enjoy- Teturned to look after able than they could otherwise llu. gnri work upon here. been. Personals Mr. Z. W. Jacobs of M _........._ giath have been spending the Easter JJllt on Lop. tli'c: aijd all other' candidat ocnitic ticket by a arge majority, WAS ELECTROCUTED B. C., April Wm. Scott aped 55 years; for many years foreman electrocuted by live wires blown down' i during the gale.' .outdoor air ties'np'the liver, .nrvjg-; per mile. J-'roni the boundary it hiites ftiul oft-times weak-1 will run almost directly to t'hs'.the' Heart's action. Use B'r. bridge and from thence to Fort lvi.c- Shoop's Restorative a few weeks and beyond thc pale of rail- all will.biy'cl'ia.rigecl. ,A few days will j road transportation, and then by a .you that yoir are using the. riglit; mo'rc or less circuitous route to Daw- Toti1 City. In tho. south the. noli- the change ..from the first day.; 61 the. grain raising districts will Sold by J J. Johnston, i TORNADO IN SOUTH DAKOTA i Sioux Falls, S. D.. April j form lit ion was received today that a j tornado struck Valley Springs, j ty five mile? west of here, last night! and -demolished thirty buildings, j Nothing further has been heard and; complete her visit. f j family Friday. Afcssrs T: IT. Woolford and R. H. j carpenters arc busy were in town yesterday, Bus-Jon thc-.ncw residciicc of Jtr. Suggitt. im'SS not pleasure, however: j jf r. Dcpew "has erected an office in Fred" Turner, of Magrath and C.D. j CoaJcl.'ilo remain hore if bus1 Rnyrnond have, spcndihg.jincss warrants, a day or so in prairie fires -havc'bccxi burning Mr. A. Gairncross, of WMsconsin, Lapped and .farther north the I commijnicrition js cut off. around here but so far Coaldalc who invested in farm lands in this nas escaped. Barber Shop Klectrical Newest Tljiiigs in Private Post CarclS' Cigars and Tobaccos Morto Priest, Basement Floor Lethbridge Hotel 1 ;