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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHdRIDGE WE-.U.Y HERALD (Successful Pupils from Sou- t them Alberta Schools tynopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion Lands table for mgricukurai purposes (Special to the Herald.) secured ID tfcat portion of Edmonton, Aha., Aug. r sarah Shece, William Thorpe, i per, acre per annum. A .Allen, Alakavishj be granted an applicant Mary. Boyson, Leah Davies, lees he owns one head of cattle Harriet Dudley. Ivie Heninger. Vikta five .bead, of sheep for every 60 acres jMatheson, Ostlund, Fern Applied for, and the lessee stall i-n- j Redd. Lester Searle, David Watsoa, his stock so as to be in pos- j Fred Yennoy, Ralph Thompson. Mesion. at tha end of three yeaj-s of i OD.C heaa of cattle or five head of '_ for every 20 acres leased, and jIF AWnifj A TEC maintain stock jn- this propor- j 1 JjU 11V tioft during the continuance of the Sheep-grazing is perimtted ,on only a portion of t-he tracts above refer- red to. A map showing- the grazing d'strlcts may secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COEY. I If you intend buying a Steel Kange be sure it is the KOOTENAY or SASK ALTA The agent for these ranges m Leth bridge is the McKeown- Hick Hardware Co. Who v-ill be pleased to quote you prices Kootenay and Sask-Alta Steel Ranges are sold by reliable men only. They are never peddled through country. Buy a Kootenay or Sask-Alta and save from to 3 WON PRIZES IN FIELDS OF GRAIN W.H. Fairfield Makes the Awards in Cardston District THE NEW CITY IS RISING the Lethfandge Hsraid. j knows every miner in 'the Pass Aug. Fernie of j or the chief of police would spot last Saturday and Sunday is beins! tiie-v were told .in no very j elections taking place one week from of the Minister of Interior, j today. Following are the noniinu- publication of i tions made. .'There are' forty iron-; this advertisement will-not be pai-d jstituencies and indications are that! for. {there will be a contest Tor eacn seat. ft rapldjr transformed into the JFernie I Vlile terms to ?et to "a hotter i than. even. KQH ask.. Aug. ago it was a two carloads were rounded sions were held througftout the town: Merchants'are erecting j up by rhe police and driven but.'Mis. vince.of Saskatchewan today, the; and people are erable cr-atures, lower than the birds UR. shacks ;to take- the. -place oi carrion- Nest Pas es whose carniverous only iu bjobd t5ieir thev y ,x oven, of the fortunate Qf Compauy'js names ai-e in order, constituency' candidate and Opposi- tion1 candidate: j Arm Geo. Scott. B. J. P. Stewart. OR. P. W. ilfilER _ r'HTSIClAUT AISTD STJRG-EON LETEBRXDG-E to to Canora. J. D. Robertson p. m.- to p, m. [son. eS. Residence 133 j Dack Lake_ Hon A; Tarcotte. From die very first the aMIcted city j v.'cii, Orgaliia-Su. As sOOii as tu rlames had .themselves ia thought more of their city's fair name :-'sn of handjn At out the justice they te r t of the chief of po. DR. G. C. CRA86 SUHGEON Oflice over Biginbotham's Drug Store Pfcone Office 125. House 94. Office 9 to 11 "1.30 to '4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Bnrdett. 9 9_S 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p.m. Telephone 41. Estevan. Geo. Bell, H. Francis, J. J. Stex'enson. Dr. Mahn. Hanley, Dr. Jas. McNeil, Hendricks. Humbolt, Dr, JSreeley, L. L. Kram mer: Kinistiao.. Thos. Sanderson. G. H. Johnson. Last Samuel iatta. T. A. Anderson. -v Mayor Tutcle called a W. John ing o: the'council and citizens and cc-aplete organization j Comiuictees to take trans- i portative, teleg: 5xc5pt to- parties giving satisfactory explanation of their business there. was effect; d. Gangs of police special police meet every train and every stranger :iiig to get off "is j T, i r he explains his purpose, in. teius and bread., wa-e named and all ;ro. 1 ine authorities will cire for (got imo "line -behind the Mayors un. their own but .P." Ml I tiring and energetic leadership. 2hs countryl And the outside cities were good. On Saturday night Mayor Tuttle 'tel- egraphed his: appeal for relief and in was on .the wav iiuttis iciiivi on Liig wav n Monday morning when tn- Her. from Spokane, Kelson, Medicine Hat. W. 5. GALBRAITB, M.D.C.M. (McCilD PHTS1CIAK SUBGEON Redpath St. 9 a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p.m Milestone. Hon. J. A. Calder, A. i E. AVhitmore. i Moose .Jaw. C., J. -A. Sheppard, Harry Borrell. Moose Jaw city, J. R. Green. O. J, Ind.; J. H. Wellington. f Creek. W. B scene was in fine running order. Cranbrook had sent a ear containing a number of stove? v.-ith on the! Calgary and intervening- .points. (From Tuesday's Daily.) W. II. Fail-field, director o; the ex. farm, returned last night from Cardston, where -he had been since, Monday judging the fields of grain in the standing fields contest of 'the Cardston Agricultural Society. The district in which the fields cf grain wcce located that Mr. Fairfield j visited, was east of 'Cardston between j Aetna and Raley on the Kiniball branch. "It was certainly a said 'Mr. Fairfield, "not. only to see the exceptional quality of the 'crops but -the extensive acreage that is under -cultivation." "The Alberta Bed could scarcely be better and .the yield will be-a rec- ord breaker. The spring wheat and oats are somewhat short in th- straw but the yield will be fair." Seeding is in full swing and at a great many of the farms men wers at work treating grain for.smut. Mr. -.'Fairfied remarked in this con- nection that it- is' gratifying that very Hale smut was observed in the wheat. It: will be remenibered. that the wheit in this district-a few years ago was damaged a .great deal by tliis_ disease. Seeding in that district- is In one field the hew crop was cominj up. There will be a large increase in the TRY WM, OLIVER Everything required in tKe construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work cr money to Calgary and .Cranbrook. io ouiid up Letlibndgt; arid a local'industry by patronizing Oliver 9 Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round liid Bompas Streets .Telephone 153 Weekly Free Press Family Heraldi Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR-PRICE-.J3.50'': star, Montreal sunny xiberfa -s Best OFFER WHICH JlEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF JLL CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these es: Persons who Imve lived in the west for any lengthy period and aw out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, front winter wheat acreage next year. Many j United States axid Eastern Canada, tanners are busy cutting which will neighboring dty of Cranbrook open. its doors as wide as its heart. It took in two thousand of the home pipes and utensils as well as prcvis.! less people arid .seat W carloads of ions. The Western Canada Whole.] provisions and clothing for those re sale Company's warehouse had been j .-naming. As the people of Fernie drawn "on and P. Burns Co. in speak of this exceeding kindness and Xoose fountain C. Drs. DeVeber Campbell Physicians acd Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. supply all thf> meat already a supply on Cooks had been chosen and Dr. Moosomin, A. S. Smith, ,J North Qu'Appelle. Hon. W. R. Mo- built :'and guard rails put therwell. J. A. Macdonald. v. tears 3- and choke the of them. B come to the eyes of the. stoutest were u sufficient stock of food on band to busy at work. Long tables had been j tVed the city for several days, until seven o'clock breakfast was North Battleford. D. A. Findlaysbj; and rnuer direction'of tin. up. Byj they would be in their own soods able to and the i Drx- McClure Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS D. Hifirinbothaia's nevr money wffl be to and be general next week. Among the many ..farms''visited, Mr. Fairfield made -special mention of Thos. H. Woolford's. Mr. Woolford has a model farm. He has wheat that will go 50 bushels to..'-the acre and better His oats will yield over 100 bushels to .the acre and the barley- is equally good. His alfalfa and clover fields are magnificent. Mr. Wool-ford stated to Mr. Fair., field that for eight years he had been trying to grow alfalfa and clover. He has found that the secret lies in the caceful preparation of the soil. His first- cutting yielded nearly three tons per acre and another good cutting] is almost matured. The prize winnners" in the stand- ing fields contest Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete s'a-bisfaotion to all tkese classes but by this combirfa-tion offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record Tieek by week of all happenings in the Western Proymces. In addition it has special departments for American and British set-tiers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da -with the news of the Eastern portion of. the Dominion in and the Lethhridge Herald provides the local sWestern news, which yoti, cannot, do without. LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed 52.50, for which, send me Weekly Free Press and Family Herald and Weekly Star. Montreal; and Leth- bridge Herald, for one year each. Pheasant H- W. Lindsay, H. i gn Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Peliey. J. K. Johnson, E'. S. Dun- das. Pipestone. Robinson, A. B. Gillis. Prince Albert C.. Andrew TCnos: S. J. Donaldson. Prince Albert. Hon. A. Turgeon. J. K. Bradshaw. Reglna Robert Siotdn, F: G. j Tate. s- J. F. Bole, H. W. f Laird. j Red River, Geo. Langley, C. p. police hundreds oi homeless, ban- j those without monev .ivill be sup. men lined up and cook by the ?unds '-s'n generously be- tes in turn, each containing two ing donated from coast to coast of bread, a piecs of meat, some; in the fa_ cheese. A tap n.earbv ,.ffzt.. -u c i i cnna oi oanacla and the pet_ nS" -tsd .'cousin of Sam's children. ric-t .is'.injr eVr.T province and in manv beyond its being pumped out i her ijf t, m.. engine. Evrry man was ri, 4 uimo.-.. and deepest sym- pathy. Nor ace the tenderness and sympathy ban-en, for with the words rv.'d and none complaniid. -1 Dr-Tuig- the day degraded Iraeus of humanity from and thoughts come deeds of charitv Alberta Red 1st. Thos. H. Woolford. 2nd. D. E. Harris. -3rd. S. M. Woolf. Spring Wheat 1st. S. M. Woolff 2nd. J. W Woolf. Oats 1st. S. M. Woolf. Stiu. A. W; Kitchif, 3rd. Woolf. DEATH -ROLL NEARLY 40 Office Hours 9-12. 1-5. Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 jEvans- j Rosthern, Gerhard Ens. Dr. A. E. j Stewart. j Swift Current, Hon. 'W.' Scott. W. (Oswald Smith. Saskatoon city, A. 3IacXabb, Jas. W. C. SIMMONS Adr-ocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK surrounding' towns to take advantage and brotherly love, and all r.eard. less- of nationality oi- dist-anct, they are pouring in the oil and the wine to heal up tht- wounded city, ara parting with, their garments to give ;o him! who has not, and paying the price to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ-1 day. mem, would do well to communicate with us.A ROBERT NEVIN, Chiaf. Saskatoon, c.. TV. C. Sutherland, I P. L. Summerfield. Souris. John Young, A. Rid'dell. Saltcoats, Thos. A. A. Thompson. South Qu'Appelle, W. Williamson F. W. G-. gaultain. South Battleford, S. S. Simpson. H. Dewar. Touchwood, G. 31. Atkinson, Hollis. Weyburn, Dr. Mitchell, Geo. B. Eis- chel. Wadna, H. C. Pierce, R. H. Nich- olson. .Vonda, A. F. Toslce, Dr. W. ICay. Yorkton, T. S. Garry, -W. D. Dun- lop, if their afflicted brothers' necessity, to get. some free food and clothing. At irc-quen; intervals, this whine b' heard: mc-ce i me or "Me want b'anket-s, family me, four! of its uursine with many a promise blanks." It was not long, how. j that if is required they will ever, bef-re the authorities got wise, it. The of Fernie feel eygle ey.- of President Sherman prnteful. People of Writing-pn-Stone Want Inquest Over Death Fernie; Aug. death roll of the terribe fire which swept over this .city and district has been -steadily growing as search parties have been enabled to search more diligently for those who are missing. The total now js detsreea thirty and forty, and will likely exceed the latter number. The list as nearly as can be ascer- tained MRS. TURNER. LENA BELL., a negress, and one and perhaps two other women of her house. WALTER FORD, his wife and two children. MR. LANE. ROBERT CAIRNS, of Sparwood LOUIS FORETTI, of Sparwood. One unidentified with Cairns and LONGBOAT NEVER TALKED in which the il a? Haves view.-; v.'Ith Indian is f Tccontf. Aua. Flanagan j the Marathon winner credit for be. resident i.i the Canadian Irish Ath. ins: a greater runn-r ,than himself letic League arrived liere with fakes, and says they had the Indian runner, views with the Xwv Vo. torms the New York reports nf I v.-hatevcr. no inter, Threshing will commence on Mon. day. Amonff others Sam Young has made arrangerconts to .start separat- ing the wheat from the chaff on'jVfon. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr August time, tells on the nerves. But that spiritless, no ambition feel. ing can be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known by j everywhere as Dr. Shcmp's K-srora. Force of 'Example Within 43 hours after bi'pin. are beneficial to the Restorative, ini_ cause of the emulation they excite. noticed. Of course. notice a messenger n'ealth will not immediately r-.-. boy trying to emulate a Marathon'turn- gain, however, will sun-. runner? Jb" follow. And best of all, you realize find feel your strength and amhinon returning., Outside influ- ence depress first the-, "inside nc-r.; then the .stomach.'Heart and; will usually fail. Strengthen' these failing nevres with Dr. Shoop'.s Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grass seed, etc. L, H. FOWLER CO. ALBERTA Restorative and sot how health will be yours again. J. J. Tohnsto'n. quickly Sold bv Have Some of This. It's the best dessert we know anything about. YOU NEVER TASTED ANYTHING ONE HALF SO GOOD! JELL-O r The Dainty Dessert will delight all who use it. Easily Simply add boiling water; cool and serve. No cooking, no flavoring, no sweetening to add. No trouble, no further expense. Get a package from your grocer to day, and prove what we say is true.'' One package makes enough dessert for the whole family. THE GENESEE PUKE FOOD OK. BRIDGEBURG. CANADA. [From Wednesday's Daily) Suspicious of the death of Airs. Seigar. some of the settlers around Writing-on-Stone, forty miles, east of Coutts, made request that an inquest be.held. The Counted Police sent for Dr. and Coroner D. J. Campbell of Macleod, who went south yesterday. Mrs. Seiger had been away for some time on account of her health and had only recently re- turned. She died, very suddemy ceul was buried' at once by her husband. A black mark on her shoulder at death caused soniw suspicions among the neighbors. A fifteen year old girl had been liv- ing with Seiger as housekeeper. He is now held on a charge of rape. No action will be taken on the other matter until further reports are re- ceived 'from the doctor and the cor- oner on the verdict of, the inquest. The police do not lay much atock n the suspicions of the neighbors of the homesteader and ordered in- quest only at their request. Jos. A. Young, who knows the. >cople well, says there is nothing in j the suspicions stated. It is a clear j case of want, the family being in, ex- treinc poverty having nothing to eat and little to drink. Mrs. Seigar had been drinking sleugh water, causing illness of an acute nature. In her weakened condition she was unable' to withstand the inroads of the dis- uaso which ended fatally. Five men from Camp 4, 'Elk Lumber Co. 7 Austrian miner in Hosmer mine. Eight Italians in old Fernie. Unidentified baby. Three unidentified found yesterday. Man and wife, unknown. ALEX BARTON, of Camp 4, Elk Lumber Co. FRANK THOMPSON, of Camp 4, Elk Lumber Co. Highest Award, Gold Medals at St. lonlft. Portland and Jamestown Expositions. Satisfaction guaranteed. U you value your health avoid cheap imitations. JELL-O costs a little more, but------ Pain anywhere stopped in 20 min. ntas sure, with one of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain. Tablets. The formula is on the 25-cent box. Ask your Doctor or Druggist about this formula! Stops womanly pains, headache, pains any where. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., for free trial to prove value of his Headache, or Pink Pain Tablets. I Sold by J. J. Johnston. When You Want Particular Printing Place Yonr 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 Phone 106 ;