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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta rV-----�iifn iMi.ii'r.iiiia'i�'-irr-i-'iiii�>ii-i� pi feAdoms announces to hit old friends and cuKtomers he has opened a General Loinber Basiness On Baroness Road, east ot the COi^rt House Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Sunreyor Will devote his entire time daring the summer to laying new townsites. Contract pitvom ou a.ppIication. �9'0&ce nt the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridgo. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing leases of Dontiniub Lamjs unsuitable for agi'icuHiirai purposes may l>e sc(.'�ti-ed in that portion of ti\e Province of Alljcrta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 atifl in the Southwestern portion oT tho Province o( S�skatc)�- Leases shall be (or a period not xceeding 21 years, and no leasesball cover a greater area than 100,000 acres. Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior niay cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof bygiving the lessee two yt-ars' not-ice. Tho i-entnl chargeable is two C^'nts per. acre per aunuiii. A lease annot Lie granted au applicttin unless iie o�ns one head of cuttle or five bond of shoep for eveiy 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall increase his stuck so as to be in pos-sission at the end of three years of one bead of cattle or five bead of �heep for every 20 acres leased, and hall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-grnzing Is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to Che Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. . W. W. CORV. I>eputy of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unautltorized publication of this advertisement will not be pakl lor. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND strnaEON X^ETHBRIDaE Ollce-Ott RIork. Hoars-11:00 to 13:00 noon; 3:00 to ^:00 p. m.; 7:3.1 to 8:30 p. m. Telcpbunc-OiBcv ti8. Re�i()(>Dimo tinic a't llorsclicl IsWind, a good y tho shtvr delight in daiigjer-"the liiuted island and the hi' miles away. Four went sou-th �t one timu in the York boats 'in .lune oi a certain year and not until the next March did the mo'thcr know whether tlie journey had been safely accomplished. Twio or 'three titnes a year only could she hoar from 'them. At last, after sixteen jxartui-e inspire ivMlicm against the naturo g, there is e stono setting forth tho dates i>f birth and death of a certain offloer "born o* Oxforti House, Kcowat'in." On one side is the name of the dead miolitur, on the other 'the words, "Fromi her wandering boy, Colin." He travelled tho world over and came back to die in the west, and i.s buried by his moth cr's side. answer tti which domotinios mcikris life or death. If musical Ability is available the missioti church is sure to claim n nowconior as orgnni.si or in the choir. Any further that wo-nton wish to send Sov is brought up nt their ex|>onse, n�il the ohiof factor's houso is furnishtvi as it would lie if ho weix> living in tho city and In ixjcoipt of a got�l income. BOTH BILLIARDS AND LIBRARY. I'he housas ari> gvn.M'ally two srtoriey. In one house of which I am thinking there were sixtei-n rooms one of which was n 'billiard-room and onothor a ii'brai-y, it lie companj' providing 'the'-books. The furniture was nwck; by the carjienter of the fort. But conditions vary in the diltoront posts as to mode of life. Soiiwtinu?s seimrate houses are built; again, the olHoers all mess ti>gviher. In the latter case the wife of the chief ofllccr wouW hold the housekeeping keys, tlic stores Iwing 'brought in once a year. Al* luxuries 'that arc tinned aiv obtainn'ble, and for varia:tion in the fare there is plenty of niuoso meat, game, etc. In summer fish is the staple food and thus is also cur-enth; and in tho year of the rebeHion, when the Indions captured th'O Hudson's Bay Company's provisions. ,the northern i)osts sulter-ed sadly lor lack of flour and other things. But such a sla'le to occur in t'licse days and conditions of olTnirs is very unlikely as far as � woman's life ia concerned, have of course, Iwen greatly amclioi-ated with the passage of years. In the early days the housewife in the north had many ditBcuities* to face. One wife and nvother, � pioneer, told me that at first she had no stove with which to cook and had to make bread and pica in covered kettles buried in ashes, aiKl to roast venison on a spit. I asked her how they ijwde pemmican (bulTalo iMset), at that tiuiie one of the �taplo dishes. This was originally a prepur ation 'made b^' the Auiierican Indians, similfir to the biKong of South Africa. The flesh was cut into strips and dried by the sun or wind, then pounded into a paste with the melted marrow fnt, and press'^'d intosacks of the bufTalu sl^in. Somistimcs, for "fine" pemmican, raisins, currants, or strawberries weix; added. The woman in que.s'tion sur>ervisod 'the mc>nl,s for the stall" of clerks and oHlce assistants uncjer hor husband's juris -diction. She had a white cook, and found 'the Indians, when tmined, as cooks and nurses, very gooti servants foiurtb Tburaday Un. J. Stafford, M. e. A man nho has money may be v-:h�j|)py; the men who is hud by tnonoy .ia always rniscrablo. }' Our idm ot � loafer ia a man who 'tents before he ffoU tired. Court Star of Lethbrlditc. No. 809S A. O. F. , MeetH Ikt and Drd Hon-dajra In eacb month at � p. m.. In Oddfellowa Hall, Hound St. Vlaltinf bratb-ren eordialljr weleome. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. m.RITCHIE. SEC. Wc'elow. The travellers sleep in ery savcn years ho is allowed a furlough of a year's dura -tion and then ho very often takes his wife and children for a European trip, rrobably tho latter aro "then placed 'in J'os the days 'go quickly I\!ihapH Home little ones conic, ami drcBHcs must be tmido (after very old fashions) and first lessons must bo taught. li tho women do not ;