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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGt WELM.Y HERALD %Mpsis of, the Grazing Regula-j titns for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. i leases of Dominion Lands for agricultural purposes secured in that portion of j Province of Alberta, lying South the Northern boundary of Town- 28 and In tfce Southwestern por- 0I Province o: Saskatdi- A FINE PUBLIC; MEETING AT MAGRATH Leases shall be for a period not, 21 -years, and DO a greater area than Lauds leased are not subject (to homestead entry or sale, but tiw Minister of the Interior may of Alberta. Hon. Mr. Finlay and Others (From Our Staff Correspondent.) Majrrath, August enthus. leasehold, or any portion thereof j iasiic m.H-uii? was Held here last -bygiving tite lessee two years' not- i evening in -he Assembly Rail, Mayor 'ice. The rental chargeable is two per, acre per annum. A lease -anno-t be granted an applicant un- less be one head of cattle head oi sixeep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall in- his stock so as to be in pos- at the end of three years of head of cattle or five head of jfaeep for every 20 acres leased, and Hiaintain stock hi this propor- during the continuance of the teaae. Sheep-grazing is permitted on a portion oi tsbe tracts refer- red to. A map showing the sheep Brazing districts may be secured on Lt-vi Barker in the chair. On "hi.- rostrum were Hon. A. Hon. W.T.Finlay, C. Simmons, M.P.P., John W. j Wooli, M.P.P., David H Ehon. and Mr. Woo'f spoke He was j pleased to be present with the Gov. j eminent officials. He had known j them in the North.West having been a desk-mate with Mr. j Rutherford before Alberta became a! province and had been associated i with them in our provincial legisla. ture. During that period of associa. j tiou he told how diligently they hadj If you intend buying a Steel Kange be sure it is the KOOTENAY or SASK ALTA The agent tor these ranges in LethbriVge is the McKeown-HIck Hardware Co. Who vili be pleased to quote you prices Kooteaay and Sask-Aha Siet-1 Kanges are sold by reliable Tht-y are never peddled through the country. Sask-Alta and save fioni S10 to J niea oniv. Buv a Kooten Application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. for tfc? SQQ of eole, PRE PARTY STIRLING ducts which was a gtvut ty the Canadian people ami mcivasoU Canada's trade in the past eleven years. Among those on the platform were T. J. O'Brien, M. Kvans, (Jeo. Grwn L. 'D. King, president of the Hoard of Trade. T. J. O'linen made a most etftdenT. chairman. During the evening' B. S. gave a recita- tion that was much enjoyed and Miss Young sang in her usual pleasing manner. The Premier and party were enter- tained at dinner at the residence of President H S. Allen. Invited to meet the visitors at this delightful function President Brhr.haU of the University of Salt Lake, and Mrs. Brimhall. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Keillor, und Mr. and Mrs. C. McCarty. TRY WM. OLIVER BE CROW'S MS! Big Property to be Developed by a Spokane Company Mr, also mentioned the liber, i W. CORY. Swputy of the Minister of Interior. jf _ publication of j this advertisemen-t will not be paid lor. ality of oar province relative to sev_ j DR. P. W. TULLER PHTSICLAJST AND STJRG-EOjS! iETHBBZDGE Hanrs to noon; to p.m.; to p- m. Office 68. Residence 132 eral matters such as I pride of also our local improvements. Continuing he drew attention to the beet industry in this immediate locality and also the new act of the Dominion Government relative to irrigation. Premier Rutherford was the next speaker. He noted with great sat- isfaction the impovement in our town and the vicinity since -last visiting here. The wheat in this district was the best- he hs-.i -Srvn. in Canada this season. Greatly Pleased With the Crops in that District-Address Fine Public Meeting in Evening i J Everything required in the construction of a Building, J Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do uot send all your money to Calgary and Cmnbrook. Help to build up Lethbriage and a local industry by pnh Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office. Yards and 'Bonr.d Bompas Streets Telephone l5-> Lethbridge M m Jil PRESS im FAMILY HERALD and DR. C. G. CRAGG .PHYSICL5JST AJTD over Drug (From a Staff Reporter.) adopted and enforced by Frank Oli- Stirling, Aus. ier.jver, the Liberal government had fol- this yea went on Office 125. House 94. Offtca to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 tile a district as is to Mr. Rutherford has travelled I be found on top of the soil in AL the whole of Eastern Canada! Premier Rutherford and However, the Premier i his party an opportunity to view lowed the Cbnservs.tive policy, tip to Spokane, Wash., Aug. Seven. teen sections acres of coal lands in eastern British Columbia, within 300 miles of Spokane, will be developed by the Corbin Coal and Coke company, just incorporated in Spokane with a capital stock of The incorporators who are also trustees of the company are D. C. Corbin, president ol the Spokane International Railway company and builder of the Spokane Falls Nor- thern railroad; Austin. Corbin, A. H. Sperry, Albert Wardner, Ida.. Roberts and G. R. Martin of Spo- kane, Alfred Page of Wardner, Ida., I and J. lv. 0. Sherwood of New York. The. lands to be developed are in the Crow's Nest Pass country and liave Opened sufficiently to show 1896, entirely. Mr. Marshall is a big proposition, that the Conservative party in its railroad and trade policy was the! The articles of incorporation state explain "that the safer [-the rich fields of grain surrounding i friend of the against method of doing things was mixed the town yesterday. The premiers farming-. I has keen a complete round of surprises and at no place, was he he continued, "I am not! astonished than at Stirling. He here to deliver a campaign address r v ,A rt had heard the people were good larm- but sunplv to become better acquaint- L Ki'4- flu TilT far j. j i j. ers but his expectations ed with local conditions and also tor F t j. than realized. JdLe saw nelds 01 report verv bneily. the work done i i the finest wheat and oats tnat one bv the provincial legislature dunng; -j. A A i could wish to place eyes upon the time 01 its existence. Re l a glowing tribute to Messrs. He observed threshing operations and p. m. Telephone 41. at Edmonton. W.S. GALBRAITH, M.DX.M. (McGHD PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHER Redpath St. Phone 53 9 a.m...2-3, 7-8 p.m a. A w f i i i, saw lor himseli that the yield -was and Simmons for their labors while as good as reports had said- He i viewed the now celebrated Wells Provincial Rights were then defm-jfarm where geveral thousand acres ed. The present Government was runj we_e fn crop with wheat> spring and DTS. DeYeber Campbell Physicians ard Surgeons Thone 143. Drs. McClure Stewart SUBGEON DENTISTS D. Higinbothanrs new block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on and Farm Property C. F- HARRIS Banister. Advocate, Notary Public 011 good business principles. The na_! tural resources ol the Province were; winter which are now being cut. and people. It was'the party that gave the manufacturers all the protection they wanted and the C.P.R. rven more than i the objects to be not only to tiigege 1 mining, but to transact all kinds of business, such as building "and operating; railroads, dealing in asked for. His arraignment of the C- P. R. was most effective and showed the C. P. R. to be in league with the Conservative party. In the W-est during the Conservative regime the C. P. R. did as it in fact it controlled rates and kept out compe- tition. Under Liberal rule the re- verse was the case. Competition was encouraged, passenger and freight- rates reduced, and the railroads were made to toe the mark. Mr. Buchanan made a few remarks j lumber, developinc water and elec- and fact ajjy enterprise oats that would be hard to beat. This covering sevrral features of Alberta mentioned. The great immigration fieM of thfi Weljs Co -s UyQ mnes! legislation. from the Motherland and the United wide by three long. Farms all through States was referred to showing how, the tell fhe 5tory of abund_ these immigrants, almost without j ant c-0ps exception soon become loyal citizens, j per cent. of the grain has The audience were agreeably sur. j been cut and in a fgw days the re_ prised to learn of the financial stand-, mainder will have Mly ripened, ing of the province. The premier in The Premier and party expressed his careful way, explained the var- ious sources of revenue and expen. much admiration for the beautiful farm home of H. Perrett. If there diture quoting figures of the same. a testier looking property iH the Schools were the most prominent fea- ture touched upon. The policy of South the Herald would like to see it. Well chosen colors of paint adorn the Alberta Government in dealing the houge> barns fenceg The with ihe railways and the telephone lawn -s Qne mass of flowers in bloom, systems was also mentioned. Mr. Simmons commenced by show- ing the wise policy of the Government in acquiring and managing telephon, and trees line the fences and dot the rounds. The development in the Stirling district is remarkably great this es in Alberta, after which he showed year. Bishop Fawns says the pro. the way in which the liquor traffic duction of grain in that locality will is controlled in the Province. j be double that of last year. The Premier and party drove into Lethbridge in order to make train connections for Taber. RAYMOND OUT TOGREETTHE PREMIER In the evening Premier Rutherford, Hon. Mr. Finlay, W. C. Simmons, Duncan Marshall, A. Buchanan, Mr. Simmons now contrasted the constitutions of Canada and the United States showing '.he superiority of our constitution. With that ex.! Dr .Keillor and H. Qstlund were planation as a basis, he treated the guests at most hospitable and land question and the tariff at some cosy home of Theodore Brandley for length. j dinner. Figures were quoted to substantiate j The meeting at night was well his remarks, relative to these mat. attended. Mr. Ostlund; one of the ters. He proved beyond the possibil- j young, men of the South, made ity of a doubt that the policy admirable chairman. The Clark Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors fliginbotham Block, Letbbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS nounced and followed by the-Liberal Party was more successful than that pursued by the Conservative party- He also treated the historical side of these two important topics. The Hon. Mr. Finlay spoke britfly upon the responsibility of public of- ficials to the whole people. He then told of the admirable work done by the Department of Agriculture in Alberta. Next came the inimitable David H. Elton. He showed Irom the last budget speech of the Premier that a family and Miss Mattie Clark as ac- complished musicians as the South country can produce, contributed sev- eral vocal selections that won the admiraticn and applause of all. The Premier with a review of the Hon. A. C. Rutherford and Party Warmly Welcomed in Sugar City which it might be desired to engage in at any time in the future. The British Columbia Railroad company in which D. C. Corbin and his as- cApjiitoc art> i.hp principal ers build a line from McGillivary on the C. P. R. to the properly, 14 miles. The object is also stated to be to obtain an act of Parliament to en- able the company to carry any of its objects into effect and to oppose any proceedings winch may seem calcu- lated, directly or indirectly, to pre- judice the company's interests. Weekly Free PreSS and Prairie Farmer. Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Herald Sunny Alberta's Best THESE THREE CDO REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WHICH JIEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF .ILL CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is up chiefly of these Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and an? out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this combination ofTer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and prairie Farmer gives a complete record by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da -with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed and the Lc-thbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you eannot do without. 180 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed S2.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Leth- bridge Herald, for one year each. REVENGE FOR ILL FEELING Case of Shocking Brutality at Frank, Alta. Raymond, Aug. was a la.rg> Frank, Aug. case of the most shocking brutality ever brought to light in this district is revealed by a report made to the police Monday by C. P. Hill, manager of the Hill- crest company if the truth of the case is as Mr. Hill believes it to be. Mr. Hill reported to Sergeant Has. lett that some time between 4 and 5 o'clock Monday morning som person I or persons took his pet saddle mare out of the company barn at Hillcrest attentive and much pleased audience and beat over the head and fore- that listened to Hon. Dr. Ruther- j quarters in a most inhuman manner, ford, Premier of Alberta, W. C'. Sim- The animal was a most Pltiable Slgh mons, M.P.P., Hon. Sir. Finlay, and Duncan -Marshall. The Premier ex- plained at length what the legislature had been doing during the session and what they intended doing before the session closed He concluded his legislation of the Alberta government; remarks by thanking the people here in an effective ref the very Jiberal support accorded Simmons in the last election and asked the people to send Mr. Sim- erence to tht ture and its the farmer; Mr. :y oi Simmons, with surplus remained in the Treasury Department. He made a few compli. Meet in the L'abor Hall every mentary remarks about our farm.s and ond and fourth Mondays m the. schools_ The lribute he paid to Sir month. j Laurier was certainly very Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN, offlcials and Banked them for the in. they had in the welfare of the unique--. The chairman made a fow remarks stating that the town rousing twenty minute speech on the land question showing that the Lib. eral party had been providing the land for the people while the Conser- vative policy was to hand it over in chunks to the railroads held the close attention of the audience, Duncan Marshall in a powerful and able- effort, put the Ames timber deal talk to rout by proving that the always welcomed the Government .Liberal government had timber reg- o Viagra i ujatjons necessitating bids by auc. GEO- BRUCE. Secretary. 13-lyr town. A spirit of toleration and good will civic and charitable work. pervaded the whole proceedings. Mr. ers are discussing the care of the un. j Duncan Marshall was not present as employed during the next winter his automobile was wrecked near it is expected that, conditions be even worse than they were! 3ast winter. Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious weeds from wheat and barley, flax, grass seed, etc. R FOWLER CO. Lethbridge. At 11.15 the meeting adjourned by singing "God Save the King." A YIELD OF ALFALFA Stirling, Aug. Brand, ley seeded 14 acres to alfalfa a year ago last spring. This year be got 33 loads from the first cutting. MIXAKD'S DANDRUFF. LINIMENT CURES Whipped Cream 10 CENTS PER PACKAGE mons to Ottawa as their representa- tive. Mr. Simmons followed Mr. Ruther- ford and as it was the first opportun ity he had had thanked the people for their support and then proceeded to speak on some of the issues that are now before the people. He first dealt with the land question in a very able and convincing way. He then briefly presented the history and policy of the federal government and pointed out the great advance made since the Liberal party came into power in 1896. Mr. Duncan Marshall was then call- ed and was greeted with great ap- plause. He took up the question of railway competition, pointing out dit' ferent conditions and concessions granted to the C.P.U. by the Con- servative government and those gran ted the railway by, the Liber- al government and explained how the bettor times arc accounted for since tho Liberal government came into power in 189G, showing that they re- duced the tariff with Grout Bntnin ono-third and created a foreign mar- ket for the people of Canada, there- by increasing the pr MS for farm pro ducts and decreasing tho prices the farmers had to pay for when found, being so badly used up that Mr. Hill telegraphed to Dr. Warnock to come up and attend her. Mr. Hill expressed his belief that the motive for th shameful piece of brutality was revenge for ill fgeeling toward himsli. He stated that he had some difficulty wiih some of the men at Hillcrest Sunday and that he was convinced the treatment of the mare was to get even with him and although he had no evidence as to the identity of the person or per- sons responsible, he felt that was the only explanation of the case. Sergeant Haslett who investigated the case scouted the idea that, the condition of the animal was due to u. beating and expressed the belief that the mare became frightened in the stable a.nd jammed her head through a hole in the side of the barn and that the injuries to her forequarters were due to her getting into the rna'nger. No arrests have a? yet been made. .Lethbridge is the recognized graia centre for Southern Alberta. A num- ber of prominent men have recogniz- ed this fact and have organized an elevator company with headquarters in this city. The company was organized by D. 0. Frederickson. formerly of the Kirkham Milling Co. of Kirkham, Minn., who interested Minneapolis and Winnipeg parties in the undertaking. They have pur- chased the A. L. Foster and Co.'s el- evators at Cardsron, Ealey and Coal- dale and will extend their operations as the country develops. The company after searching for an appropriate name for the com- pany, happily got the idea from the- splendid climate of Sunny Southern Alberta and called it the Sunny Belt Grain and Elevator Co. John N.. Sternberg is President; E. F. vice president and D. 0. Frederick-- son, secretary and manager. Pain anywhere stopped in 20 min- utes sure with one of Dr. Snoop'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- anywhere. Write Dr. Shoop, Eacine, Wis., for free trial to prove value of his Headache, or Pink Pain Tablets- Sold by J. J. Johnston. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Horhcrt Forrester, aged 30 years was instantly killed by a freight train at Moose Jaw. Edgar Bray a land surveyor from TT rt w> vjakviue, urn., is ucnu necu. sack, Sask. Victor a. French home- steader in the Paddle Lake district was tried at Edmonton on a charge of murdering a fellow homesteader named Joly. He was discharged. MINARD'S LINIMENT FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING 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 Phone 106 ;