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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion Laods for agricultural purposes j secured in portion of j Ifce Province of Alberta, lying South j of the Northern-boundary" of Town- j Aip 2S and in the Southwestern por- Mom of Rambling Reveries B Y 0 RE A M E R Qld people have faults like child- ren, but they have riy mothers to for-! give them. I CITY IS NOT GETTING WATE DISCIPLINED A DOCTOR IN PASS Cross Pleased With the South Edmonton, July Mr. Cross has returned from a week's trip in the south country, where public meetings were addressed by the min- j inters at Coleman, Cowley and Fish- i burn. j The Attorney-General, in When tempted to criticise the food j i J 1171 n m in D Li 1 T L H -viow the Province of the home lable, remember the ad-1 AS AgT66Q OOBUS If UiflflOl i Peasant one j tion was given Mr. Finlay and my- self at every point. The south could not look more prosperous. The farm- ers had surprisingly good .crops last year, but this season promises to beat all We .were astonished at the luxuriant growth, as well as the increased acreage under cultiva tion. The south will soon be noted for its grain as it has been in the oa.v j that silence is golden. Criticism 21 years, and no leaseshall 'keeper as at the table-, where, mi a.greater area than lOO.QOt} [spite of hard work and worry, things a .greater area tnan i aPuc IJ1 wuriy wurry, mings; Lands leased are not subject i wiM occasionally appear that are to homestead entry .or sale, but the i as she .had planned. Minister of the Interior may cancel _____ leasehold, or any portion thereof i bygiving the lessee two years' not A Toast to Gentlemen The rent-al chargeable is two per, acre per A lemse is handed in by The following toast to gentlemen xL_ A p 0 J rcE me n.h. of citizens who having planted trees longer be able to practice medicine y a lady contributor: j and shrubs, often of considerable vai j in Alberta if the finding: of the cor.- be granted an applicant un- j Bless Jem. They halve our joys, [ue, have to stand by and watch them mittee of discipline of the oi lass be owns one head of cattle double our sorrows, they treble idie because of the lack or water, i Physicians and Surgeons is uptv-td Ly five head of sheep for every 60 acres j expenses, they quadruple our cares, They complain that the irrigation i the college. Becatel Was tried Applied for, and the lessee shall .io-jthey c-xcite our magnanimity, they water has been in the city omy auelbefore the couimiu-oe vxt .HIainuore ciwase his stock so. as to. be in pos- jincrease our .self respect, waken our] day and then was not in all the dit-1 Tuesday on a charge of unprofession- MBSion. the end of'three years of j enthusiasm, arouse our one heaa of cattle or five of control our property; '-an for every 20 acres leased, and oeuvre us in everything. This world maintain stock in this propor- j js a dreary world without them. In during the continuance of the j m-ay sar without prospect of i affections, ches. Their source of bitterness aris J al conduct and the council of the out-man- from a belief that the company j college was directed1 to erase his for its cattle." Baby Found Dead in Bed agreed in return...for certain mcueyjnarue from the register which means them some years ago to supply i that Dr. Bechtei is debarred from city with irrigation water during 1 practicing in this province in future. Sheep-grazing is permitted oa only them this wouldn't be much of contradiction, that without.! the.. irrigation season as provided by The trial oi Dr. Beclitel grew out statute and that there is some wav of differences tfccU. have existed at portion of tie tracts a'bove ref-er- vrorld anyhow. We love them, and to compel them to deliver the water. !J_ille for a, long time. "winter red to. A map .showing; the sheep i the dear things can't help it; we eon- grazing districts may be secured ou j trol them, and the precious fellows application to the Secretary f the I don't know it. As husbands they of the Interior. Ottawa. are convenient, though not always on f the water. W. W; CORY. as beaux they are by nomeans j The Herald The city officials have been blasted. JDr d'Hagan wished to take a vaca- by'many for not getting after the-tion and secured the services .of Dr. company and making them {..its ie i Bechtei to look after his practice as upon maKing Bspwy of the Minister of Interior.. "matchless." They are agree- at the city office regarding this B.-UftauAorized publication of able es visitors, handy at state fairs, xer was privileged to look 'ove :contract physician and surgeon for the '-Lille miners' union. 'Vlien. Dr. O'Ha- ttoU advertisement lor- will not be paid returned he found trouble in the and from that time to the pre- DR. P. W, TULLER PHTSICIAJS A3STD STJHG-EOJ3 LETHBRIDGE and mdispshsible at oyster saloons, j agreements made in j.899 with 'the? Isent there has been a determined ei- They are splendid as escorts for some j West Irrigation Company re- on part of a portion of the other fellow's wife or sister, and as Carding the supplying of water tc ''People (Spscfa! to the Herald.) Tabcr, July 'months old daughter of John Easthorpe was found dead in bed this morning. Al- though there were no sxispicious cir- cumstances connected wich the death Coroner of Lethbridge was telephoned regarding its burial. Coroner Higinbotham being out of town, the message was sent on to D. J.: Campbell of Macleod, the near- est coroner. FAMILY HERALD WEEKLY STAR Montrtal friends they are better than women. As our fathers they, are inexpressibly .grand. A man may be a failure in business, a wreck in constitution, not enough to boast of for beauty, noth- to noon; to I ins as to wit, less than nothing as a 1 P- LO p.m. legislator for women's rfehts. and not -Telephone-Office 65. Residence 132 very brilliant as a member of the the city. By the first agreement, July, 1S99. the company ia consideration of 4 I to turn him out and, retain Dr. Bechtei while another section of the has as de' to retain Dr. 0'Hagan. "MONEY-IN CHERR1IS Spokane, AVash.. July cherry raising is profitable may be to the city with an amount of .wator, five cubic feet per second, for a per- Votes iod of twenty-five years, from May jtract but subsequently another a majority of was a renevved Weekly Free Press aad Prairie Fariner, Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald s THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE 1, 1900 during the season DR. C. G. CRAG6 :PHTSIC1AIT AJTD SUHGEON over H'ig-iQbothnm's Drug Store! i (press, but n our father wa overlook j vided yorth West doctor ing chose Dr.' Bechtei as the camp Phone 125. 94. Office to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.3G p.m., .7. to 8 p.m. charity. Then, as our husbands, we love to parade them as paragons! wheathe'flof O'Hagan maintained that water is interrupted by some unfor- acted dur- seen or unavoidable accident or when i Absence b.y endeavoring to the supply is cut off for making any {undermine him and .thereby secure In the sublime language of the poet: necessary repairs to such Irrfeation I Sis prnctice" and he accordingly filed Dr. F. H. Mewburn i St.. cor. Burdett.j We'll lie for 'em, We'll cry for 'em And if we could we'd fly for 'em; We'd anything but die for 'em. 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m.: i 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 j p. m. Telephone -il. J Starting in Life You. are soon to leave and break ditch or ditches of some portion of i charg-es against Dr. Bechtei WITH the the Company's irrigation system on College of Physicians and Surgeons which such canal or tiicch (to the aas" jurisdiction over medical city) is dependent." J affairs in the province. There is no limit, set on the time! The trial was set for Tuesday at' to be occupied in making repairs and in the meantime other getting- over ''unforseen or unavoid-! cIiarS'es v-'ere preferred by Dr. West- able accident" and no clause requir- of Coleman charging similar I in the outskirts .'of Spokane. He re- ports to the Chamber o Commerce that he has two cherry trees 13 years old in his yard; which produced mere than 750 pounds of cherries this year. He received 9 cents a pound for the fruit an-d .the revenue from the trees j has paid bis yearly water'rent and the taxes.'on the entire -property, leaving him, a balance of The trees, which are Royal Anns, do.well in this :soil. From OK? of the trees he picked 336 pounds of cherries for which he received The trees received only ordinary care. AAT OFFER WANTS Oi: WHICH MEETS JLL CLASSES THE -SPECIAL OF READERS. The, Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these .Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could, cater with complete satisfaction to all. these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record -vjeek by week of all in the Western Provinces. In addition ic has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe fornier resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed form and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. way from all the tender ties of home, j the Company to make any par- conduct on the part of Dr. W.lGALBRAnU M.D.C.H. (McGilD PHYSICIAN. SURGEON ACCOUCHES Kedpatli St. Phone 53 and go out, to seek your initicular effort tn nrot -ihe I the world. Let us whisper a few words of counsel. We suppose you wish to be rich; most people do. We don't think riches desirable. We should be sor- ry to have inherited wealth. But a it was on this trial was held and conviction ren- is at present in full working order, the farmers in the district being able to get all the water they want and no reason can be given there why the water is not being carried through the city ditches. Hugh 'Scott who has charge of the irrigation work for the city explain- block. 'Plione here in thfs world tr-' become that the reason the water is not working order ag-ain. Inquiry- at the A. H.. I. Co. of- fice elicits the fact that the system j The trial was held at the Cosmopo 9 a.m., 2-3? 7-8 p.m competence is very desirable, is in- -----____________________________ dispensible. Well, the 'way to get it is by forethought to plan, -industry to execute, and prudence to keep the earnings of your work. Money is by no means the best thing in life. You Drs. DeVeber CampbdJ Physicians and Surgeons Drs. McCIurc Stewart SCEGEON DENTISTS D. new Office H.HK to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m .wise a .just man.! reaching many parts of the crt> litan hotel. The Committee was com- posed of Drs. Kennedy of Macleod. Mewburn of Lethbridge, -Simpson of Lacombe and Hodson of Strathcona. The principal witness was Mike Joyce of Feraie. prominent in miners union circles, who testified that .v-r. Bechtei endeavored to induce him to use his influence with the miners of CITY MARKET OPENS TODAY (From Saturday's Daily.) The Lethbridge City Market will be ready for business today. August 1. The seven lots facing Wood St. in the east have been fenced and the former garage has been fitted up and painted. Inside are ten stalls for LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which se-nd me Weekly Free Press and Farmer, Family Herald and Weekly Star. Montreal; and bridge Herald, for one year each. olemaii to oust Dr. Westwood and !the and sale of produce and an affectionate man., a religious man. (because the ditches have been him. (Bechtei) the contract, for two more rows thc centre- Work for your manhood as much as -d by the street grading and cement which he atrreed to pay liberallv light, clean and airy. take as much pains to get and as much to keep it. Kee walks. It took several days after j the water came tn srrt. t.ho pay liberallv Officers of the Coleman union testi- d to havin been a 01 side is the office, in which of the scales will be. the! CELEST1ALK1LLS HIS BROTHER Murder Committed At Blairmore China- man Shoots His Brother Gave Himself Up To the Police vice, especially intemperance, east Of the city to carry water as Bechtei with a view to securing the scales, beinS placed in the street just gambling and licentiousness. These j they had become so open from not j Coleman contract and letters receiv-' outside the office. three ruin thousands of young men being used for so long during the jed by the union officers from Dr. every year. Be not gloomy, sour and DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. stiff. Cheerfulness, gayety, liveliness and mirthfulness belong to your per iod of life. You will "find little real pleasure in anything that your con- science forbids. As you have oppor- Bechtei were introduced as evidence, j has been strongly Across the street hair the properv and permanently j a, men pianKS hot weather. Last night, however. th'ere was a. good flow nf water. The ditch down Redpath St., across on i half to the effect that he had heard I inch posts being used. .__ Bartlett to Baroness road and (lhere 'was dissatisfaction with Dr. four yards for the stock, all on to the Ward is carrying 3. Westwood and presuming there strongly fenced, the gates and eight There are good head of water. Water be change of physicians, had ticularly strong. These are so plc- to any of the yards, a wide plank W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE. SOUTSARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister. Advocate. Notary Public tunity. cultivate your mind and fore. ing on Westminster Road and Argylo asked Joyce in" a perfect! v proper'ed that' the stock can- most prudence and industry will help you here as much as in getting money. And now would you prolong the sunshine of life forever? We must say to you there is no real happiness in life without religion. It is a re- straint from doing wrong, an encour- nights to water trees along "these agement to do right, and a great com- streets from the hydrants, for t at all times of life. And finally, xn the meantime trees are rapidly remember, though absent from the [dying off. especially those that sight of dear ones at home, you will recently removed to make wav Avenue, but no water can get past j manner, as he considered, -to use his tie driven the streets being graded or on whizh influence in the event a change''Around the top _ ___ walks are being- laid. Some new should be. made. He also admitted been placed so that buyorsTan scheme must be devised before water can be taken past these streets was easily (Special to the Herald) Frank, Alta., July quarrel x place at Blairmore. two miles from Frank in a, Chinese Jaund'ry be- tween two brothers, Sing Lee by name. While one was getting his meal the other procured a heavy calibre six-shooter and fired six times at his victim killing him in- stantly. He reloaded and fired at hini again and then dropped the re.- volver by his side and sat down on a chair and wailed for Sergeant Has- lett, of the K. M.'W. M. who was telephoned for. When handcuffed, the slayer was conveyed to Frank Barracks and locked up. Coroner Desney of Coleman was summoned and will hold an inquest tomorrow. He has had two men working the union officials later but up on top to get a better view ..f the ...en told thc difficulty had been stock. The other half of the prop- at settled, that everything was satisfac- erty will have to be filled in before of tory and that there would be no j it is fenced as it is on the side change. He made no further effort the coulee but there is ample room thereafter. j for the business- likely to come yet. At the conclusion of the Westwood j It is not expected that the market case, the charge preferred by Dr. O'v will start with a rush although Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block. Letkbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in tha month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers c-ut of employ- would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chisf. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr Vienna, August series of ter- rific thunder and rain storms have caused destruction and heavy loss in the Austrian Tyrol. The Bukowina district and the Zeiller valley suffered especially. The loss of life has been heax'y. Corpses are floating down 1 i -i i T WI.U.I.LJ UJ.J. u, i UOil ttlLjUtJUUJ live m their hearts; and their the street grading. Indignation withdrawn and the com- eral inquiries have been made highest earthly wish will be that you I being expressed may prove yourself a noble man. The Comfort of Being a Boy There is a comfort to be a boy in the amount of work he can get rid of doing. It is something astonishing how slow he can go on an errand; perhaps, he couldn't explain to him- self why, when he is sent to the neighbor's for yeast he stops to stone frogs. He is not exactly cruel, but he wants to see if he can hit 'em. It is a curious fact about boys, that two will be a great deal slower about do- ing anything than one. Boys have a power of helping each other do no- thing. But say what you will about the general usefulness of boys, a farm without a boy would soon come to grief. He is always in demand. In the first place he is to do all the errands, go to the store, postoffict: in many quarters that such a condition should be lowed to exist. al- m'ttee rendered decision on the West- cerning it. One man was in yestor- wood case, directing the council of j clay with throe hundred pounds m the college to erase the name of Dr. butter that he wanted sold. Otlvr-s It seems impossible to get the wa- i Bechtei from the register. i are becoming interested and it will Attorney E. P. JMcXeiU of Macleod not be many months before market ter to many parts of the city and it is therefore up to the individual ci- tizens to do the best they can, either by watering the trees near their prop erty by hose or to carry a few pails of water every night to the trees. Th's would help out a good deal to- wards saving the trees. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING appeared for the complainant. Dr. Westwood and T. B. Jfartin of Frank for Dr. Bechtei. Nicholson, near Kingston, banged old. himself. day will be a busy day and the mar ket place the busiest place in th< city. llessrs. Waddington G-ibbOn hav got things in splendid readiness and He was 77 years' seem to have known how to go ab i out the business. BAD DISASTER AT COAL CREEK Explosion of Gas This Morning Twenty-Three Men Are Entombed and the Gravest Fears are Felt for Their Rescue and carry all sons of messages. He would like to have as many legs as a wheel has spokes, and rotate in the same way. This he sometimes tries to do, and people who have, seen him "turning cart wheels" along the side of tht- road have supposed he was amusing himself and biding his time. Fcrnie, B. C., July terribk the swollen streams and houses and I He was only trying to invent a new structures have been washed away. The death roll in the Bukowin is said to be fifty while in thc Zeillor valley twenty persons have lost their lives. The village of Mehrn near Brixlegg has been overwhelmed by a landslide and sixteen persons are re. ported "killed." modti of locomotion, so hti could economize his legs, and do his errands with greater dispatch. Leap-frog is one of .the methods of getting the ground quickly. He, has a natur- al genius for combining pleasure with business. occurred in Xo. 2 mine-, at Coal Cnvk this morning about 8 o'clock, and as a result some twenty three miners are entombed all menns of. escape cut off and grave fears are entertained lor their getting out alive as tin; mine is filled with gas and thc work of the rescuers is very slow on that .account. A large number of rescuers are at work trying to get fresh air to the men but some six or seven hundred yards of rock and coal will have to be dug through betore the men can be got out. As near as can be learned at pres- ent the following are the names of the men supposed to be within: John Waddogo, Frank Beaver, John Hodgson, Arthur Hooteri, .Gilbert Walter Head, E.B. Plan- son, Philip Co.khvell, Robert Ivichol-, son, David Fowt'll, Archie McMaster, j G. Booth. Joseph Radford, Wm. Lawrence, John Williams, William Monckton, John Taylor, Dan Brisco, Peter Atkinson, W. R. McQuarry, Jas. Blakemore, John Dunn arid Victor Josta. They arc nep.rly. all married As soon as the accident occurred. President G. G. S. Lindsay, of Crow's Nest -Pass Coal Co., together with J. D. Hurd and Chas. Sinster, offi- cials of the coal company, were no- tified at Michel, where they went last night and were brought to Fernie by a special train, and were at once tak- en to thc mines to the scene of the where they are giving every assistance, besides doctors and nurses who have gone up should their ser- vices biv required. This is the same mine where -an acident occurred about two months ago in which 3 men were 1 men with their families living in and i similarly killed. All mine work is round Fernie I suspended at Coal Creek today., When You Want Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. W. JORDAN, Superintendent j Phone 106 ;