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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALT A MONDAY. AUOUiT II, I Ml DO NOT HUMBUGGED. than ever, dishonorable wad' diueputable pharmaceutical conccrm arc Hooding the market with cheap and worthieai preparations designed to .mitfttious of DH. BJCTMACT or WILD Home of these even labelled Ex- tract of Wild "Wild Straw- berry etc., in the hope that the public may be deceived and led to purchase them, thinking they aw getting the genuine DR. FowutH'a.. Are you willing to risk you? perhaps your life, to these no name, DO reputation, likely dangeroua. to called For sixty-three Fnwucft'f EXTRACT or WILD STRA.WBEHBY has been used in thousands of families for Diarr- hoea, Dysentery, Colic, Cntraps, Summer Complaint, Cholera Morbua, Choiera Infantum and all Bowel Complaints. Do not let the dishonest or unacrupu- lous dealer humbug you into accepting one of these cheap substitutes, to the detriment of your health and gain to pocket. Ask for DR. FOWLKR'B and insist on being supplied with it See that the name The T. Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont., ia on the wrapper. Prict 35 HE TRAVELLED MILES IN THREE WEEKS Hon. W. FL Gushing GivM Account of His Trip Through the North Country Edmonton, Aug. Minister road In 19 hours. The Urst day we of Public Works, who returned Tues-'did 50 miles. This is good evidence day night from his'trip to Peace Ri-'of tho nature of the road. ver. left yesterday afternoon for Cal- gary where he will spend a. fow days "it was bad, however, In A couple of places, and tho. di'ivp.iv a dp- j Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points ot before returning to Edmonton. This tour about fpur miles at each of visit of the Hon. Mr. Gushing not- these spots. Our road we VPS were able fis the first ever made into the WOrkiuf up toward these places, how TO BE A POLITJCIAN Former Rotsiand Man Hat Returned to Scotland to Live San Francisco, Aug. Y. McKano, Scotchman and mining en- gineer, and formerly of Rossland- ,B. C., who invested of Charles M. Schwab's money in Ne- vada mines and cleaned up a mil- lion dollars for and gained more fame by paying to ride across one street in a hack, has gone hack to Scotland to live; and is a candidate for Parliament in the Dumfrieshire district, the old home of Andrew Carnegie. It was Carnegie who recommended McKann to Schwab as a mining en- gineer when the latter decided to invest in" the gold fields of Nevada. McKane who is known in San Fran, cisco, has written to friends here about his British political aspirations and as Carnegie's Scotch friends ar supporting him, he thinks he'has a good chance to become a member of Parliament from the Caledonian dis. trict, where he has taken up his resi- dence. McKane was one of the famous spenders at the Palace hotel before the fire, and the hotel bellboys of those days fondly remember the and tips he used to give them. He is probably the only Palace guost who hired a hack to drive north country by a minister of crown, but the people had been wait ing for some time for the visit. As was said iu the Cree address presented to Mr, dishing at Lessor Slave Lake: "For a long time we natives of this country have heard of a government at Edmonton, of men working for the "welfare of the coun- try and we Jbave been waiting for one of you to come." The hearty welcome with which the minister of public works was received at every point of settlement was evidenced in every available way.. The scattered settlers assembled at each post, were set flying and addresses of wul- come were delivered. "1 can only repeat that we have a magnificent country, in our north said Mr. Gushing to a Bulle- tin representative yesterday. The minister was then back again in his office, busied with some details of work requiring his but which he kindly "left aside to speak of the north country with an appre- ciation to which the business-like minister of public works is not rea dily stirred. "It is a magnificent country and should support a teeming population in a few decades. Jt "has an lent climate; and a' fertile -soil. It is well timbered, and has an abundan water supply. It would be hard to find a finer country anywhere. "Then are settlers scattered all through the ver and by tho end of this week hey should have .one repaired and he otlier probably The reason his road is not better is that for- merly it was merely a track through he forest, quite shaded by the trees, and of course the sun had no chance to dry up the roads. Our road work ers are cutting out a road allowance of sixty feet and grading it, and thu should be. a very good road, 'The department also has two crews of men ut work on the road between Athabasca Landing and Less er Slave Luke. Here we have not allowed the old trail, but are cutt- ing _put an altogether new highway. The roads aro not all we want them to be yet, but we will make them so as as we can." VDid you address any Lesser Slave Lake they what was a big reception rather than a meeting on my return, I was try- ing to make my trip against time and passed quickly through the post as I went up. But they insisted I should stay longer as I returmd. They held a reception there at the post. All the settlers, fronf the neighboring districts had come in, and addresses of welcome were given me by Archdeacon Scott in English, by Dr. Belanger in French and by Dan Ferguson in Cree. I replied Mr. Bredin also spoke at some longtl It was a very pleasant meeting. Thi: reception and the good accoimuoilu- MMAHUttCTUMflOHIHC GARDENS IN teit. tavc real pUcc it ia tak II wut thk 25c f iucrtfeis for SI WANTED j General serviut, four miles from i town. Apply Box 542, 2'9.') SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO ULATIONS RAM It's RICH. CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Aro YOU one.yetf WANTED First class cake baker. No other IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. apply. Schweitzer Bros. 218.0 _______________________________ WANTED To rent two or three furnished or unfurnished rooms suitable for light I housekeeping. Apply Box D., Rerald Office. 216-6 OWNER FOR SALE wishes to sell west half The CoalJale Restaurant Is the place to got a good Square Meal.; Everything new and clean. taturiit's Old Stand Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours whole country, and some of them tion afforded us at the post 'wero have fine farms, demonstrating that' pleasant surprises to one wlu> has wheat, fruits and all kinds of garden'never north "baore. They j.re vegetables may be grown them. i sonted me here, too, witn a m.igni- "In the three weeks I was absent j ficent bouquet of I lowers mm the Cu. I travelled about miles in all.jtholic convent garden. The variety by stage and along the main' and bloom wore astonishing, and T trail and side trips through a splen- only regretted I could not bring country which must be seen to them down to Edmonton. In this be realized. And yet I cannot, suy jsamo gardeir I saw an apple trrvj that I penetrated to into [laden with fruit, that immense west of here. fertile region north- I feel that T have aim a great deal, but I know that was but a small portion of what still lies undeveloped there. "Perhaps the most attractive dis- AT PEACE BLVKLl "At Peace River Lauding I sjient a night and .lay win'Mr. 1'rick. the member for that district, and with the Mounted" Police officers. I drove THE HtJB C A F E Has now opened its new room and can claim to have the largest as well as the best restaurant ac- commodation in Southern Alberta. HAZELWOOD'S ICE CREAM This is the kind where quality is assured __________N_________________________________________ Fresh Fruit Large or Small Quantities LOWEST PRICES Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand ;of Sec. 7.8-19 about 12 miles east of Lethbridge, near canal, railroad and neighbors. Price tennis, v R. Hand, Hotel Windsor. 217.6 FOR SALE Five cottage on Burdett St. Apply 620 Buvdett St. 201-0 FOR SALE One milch cow. Apply Mrs.P. Cain, Bailey St., North Ward. 217.6 Coal mining oi tut Dominion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, AlberU, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and Britiab Coluaroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an acnual rental of an acre Not more than acres will be leased to oue applicant. Application for a leaae mum be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. la surveyed territory the latr' must be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and u> uusunreyed territory the tract appli ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a iee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the oiine at tht rate of five cents per ion. Every bwiee of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only', but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two gentlvinea. Apply Box K., Herald Office. 208_0 TO RENT Furnished room to rent. Apply Box 444, City. 220.6 the mine at the rate of 510 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lauds. W. W. CQEY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be paid tor. FRUIT AT BOW ISLAND ROOMS AND BOARD Rooms and board for 2 or 3 gentle. j gentlemen. Apply two.storey house, Barnes St., North Ward. 218-0 ticularly and bright after the trip, says he feels extremely well. He' had Ixjen indisposed for some 'Xime before going north, and his physician advised him to postpone t UlaLrlCLo -M-T. a iu.nii, f trin nni nlinc currtcu oui. nis pians i 11 j i 11 n 11 o _ rin nn ninc him over the street to the Grand trict I saw durine- mv trin Was t A. T 7 currtcu oui. nis pians tpi g P V12 miles from the Landing, is a very however, and found thut it had only '-'I want to hire a hack to go to settlement along the Prairie River. Tme onc His crop-s are good this 15 miles west of Lesser Slave Lake. the Grand said he, Christmas This district has been surveyed and eve, 1905 to a hackman at the PaL several homesteads taken up. ace. "It's just across plied the jehu. sobs had a bumper crop then. ln orxe lot alone he sold if000 bush- or the ground is broken it looks like at ?1 25 a bushel to the Hudson the re. an' old_hay. meadow, with very rich -BayCo. for their mill at Fort Ver- j soil. There is a good deal of tim- milion, and, the rest of his wheat he held for higher prices. That sold realized a bushel. "I know that, but I want a J ber in this district, as there ta in is the Scotchman's reply. fact everywhere we passed. The whole !for So he got his carriage and in a mini land is pleasantly diversified. For coimtry up toward thc Pcact. instance, at one ,place on Fletcher Rivcr x found Edmonton Bredin's farm tjicre is a level stretsW district greatly, with pleasant open ute was driven across the street to the Grand. He paid for. the forty.foot ride, and made an over. I of prairie. 80 to 100 acres in area, of "good timber, lasting friend of the hackman by Us level as a floor and covered with Thc rescmblance is remarkably strong giving him a dollar tip. the most luxuriant vegetation. On jeven the rivers showing the same parts of this there was wild hay 'high banks .uul thc ]aml slopillg that rose on a level with thc horse's LABOR DAY SPORTS AT LETH. BRIDGE back as we drove through it. This many points fine prairie stretch was entirely sur- I, rounded by a belt of good' timber. I this is only one place that illus- 1 from them. Along the Athabasca at passed, the land just s promising, because it has been burned' over and the sur- do'ne him a great deal of good. With the exception of two nights he had tented out all the betiding for the party being carried along with them. Jlr. dishing, who had not done an.v camping out for 2-1 years, found' it quite a novelty. "When do you expect to make an- other trip to tin' he was asked. "I am not prepared to say jiu.', when. 1ml I certainly hope to retvirn some day. When they pressc-i :uc to stay longer this time I could only tell them that nmv I had ?-2lt. 'i.lic lure of the wild' 1 would have -4.0 go buck. For settled or not, Umt.is a laml of wonderful (Medicine Hat. News.) When Jas., D. McGregor returned on Monday, from his Bow Island ranch he brough with him a sackful of luscious canteloupe, or, as we call A number of Mr. McGregor's friends wore remem- bered. The fruit .is large and well matured, and would not take a back seat from anything produced in Am- erica. The seed was brought from Spain, and a word ot advice would be for the recipients to save the seed. This fruit shows what can be grown in this district. At this ranch there have been grown a couple of tons of tomatoes this sea. son and much success has been had with small fruits and trees. ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Oantin, Hill Block, Dufffcrin St. 205-0 LOST Lost between Lethbridge and Dia- mond City Saturday, a lady's crav- enette rain coat. F.inder please leave at Herald offict. Box G. 216-6 LOST A brown and white English setter with tag numbered either 36 or 37. Reward by returning to Fred Hick. 219-6 face soil- has suffered from this. But MR. DUNLOP REMOVED Fernie. Aug. Dunlop, who has "held tin- po.siiion of govern- ment immigratirii! officer between Maclcod and boundarv StockHed Try a Four Months Course at the "Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting 51-52 McDougall Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually modsrate. Fall term opens August 31st. students. Positions secured for SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, -excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quartei section of 160 acres or less. Application for entry must be made n person by fche applicant at a Do- nuuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence 202.26 The committee of the nbove has decided, to award a valuable prize 1 t-rates thc nature of ltjncw undergrowth is springing up and kindly donated by Messrs.'Wadding. is likc a Pnrk- time the soil will be all right ag- ton Gibbon, auctioneers of Round "Here and all through the country Uin., Tho under layers are of good stiv.t, to the person whose badge between Lesser Slave Lake and Peace j black 'loam. Around Athabasca Land- the number corresponding with River Landing were some of the larg- the land east and west of the the number on n card to be drawn J est poplar trees I have, ever seen, trail i.s good for several miles, then tni; twi> years, has from a hat at on Labtr Day. They were from one foot to eighteen I deteriorates lor a distance, but back to thr American side. Mr. This should induce a large number j inches in diameter and to purchase a badge which can b? J 00 feet in height." obtained through union officials or j ROAD GANGS AT U'ORK at the hotel bars, at-the small price -What are the roads like in of 25c each. A splendid fountain pen from to j again in the interior 1 good also. is said Lo be Tn exchange for liv.-ry barn on Re_ gina.Princp Albert branch of Nor. Tiy., in live town of 700 people I'.fort schools, churches and C'-.u-try well -settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars, FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge Also ag'.-nt for Wells Land Cat. tie Ltd.. dealers in raw and im proved land. Will be pleased to interested purtie.s over 5.000 acre will now have charge of the farm, 20 miles south of Lethbridge. DRESSMAKING Dressmaking by the day. Miss Simm, Westminster Road, North Ward. 216-6 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a waggon or closet? cleaned can have same fc-r leaving- orders with K. P. Xtee, c-o folice Station. 74-0 territory between Kingsgate "Going from the Landing, to Lesser Spokane. and j Harvesting now in full land tor sale in vicinity. the Slave Lake post we journeyed by two steamers, the old Northern Light and the new Midnight Sun. I wns sur- iri also being awarded to the piaces they arc very good; [n selling the most badges. Don't for- other places for short stretches they prised to find a boat so comfortably pet tho proceeds of the smoking con- arft prctty bad, but we have road equipped as this new one up there. cert on Labor Day goes to the reli -f gungs at work up there, and they of the local machinists union to help are L.mlcavoring to remedy matters In fact the north is full of surprises pleasant surprises mostly. surprised, and somewhat them in their great fight for justice. just as soon as possible. From Les- Look in the Herald on Friday for BW Slave Lake to Peace River land-' amused when our driver on .the first a full program, time-table etc., ami ;nRt a distance of over 100 miles, out from Lesser Slave Lake halt- r, member that all branches of sports [light team of horses took our for supper at a halfbrced's house, are being catered for and that they crat, with three heavy men in in the coolest manner possible take place on the. Public Square. our SUppijcs and betiding, over the took possession of the kitchen to our meal. Xext morning Ke did the same thing. The family didr n't object at all. They .seemed nUh- er to like it, and he told us that was iR'y the way of country." At Athabasca Lauding last Satur- day evening a banquet was the minister by thc board of trade of Ithat enterprising town. Leslie Wood was chairman. "The banquet was as delicious and as well served could possibly the minister I commented on this. "It wns a very pleasant evening. James Wood, Mes- srs. Lessard and Gagnon and two clergymen of the town spoke after I, the banquet. Tt mnrto a very h I conclusion to a good trip. T was told 1 could not make the trip in three weeks as I planned before starting. 11 hut it was done in exactly three Alecks." Mr. Gushing, who is looking par- The Expert for the WHITE SEWING MACHINE COM- PANY is Here He will stay for several days to demonstrate the wonderful qualities of this unrivalled machine. Don't fail to call at our store and see this, the best machine made, in operation Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS WAITRESS WANTED Waitress wanted immediately. ply Windsor Hotel. Ap- 221.1 The ieria Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of tte Railroad anil West of Westminster H. FROM 1 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each FOR SALE English military saddle, in first class order, cheap. Wadclington Gibbon. 221-2 WANTED Work wanted for man and wife on farm, ranch or town. Apply J. Hoop- er, 1205, Dufferin St., Lethbridge. upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he ao desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, aot less than eighty in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint wnerahip of land will not meet this equirement. If the father (or mother, if the ither is deceased) of a homesteader as permanent residence on farming and owned solely by him, not less han eighty (80) acres in extent, in he vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him in ilcinity, such homesteader mar jerforra his own residence unties by living with ihe father (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragropha is defined. ai meaning not more than nine miles in. a direct line, exclusive of toe width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- "Icordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agenl WANTED for the district of auch intention. Work wanted, by man and wife, no j Six months' notice in writing children, on farm, ranch or in town! be given to the Commissioner oJ Do JV Taylor, 1205. Dufferin. St.. Leth_ minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention bridge. 221.5 i to apply lor patent. TERMS EASY One-third cash, ono-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest K per cent, per annum Ippij Altem Imgitiofi Co (tiri Wti, ESTRAY Found on my farm southeast of ity, 8.20, two horses, one branded mall h over G on right shoulder, is color and weighs about 800 pounds; the other a gelding, is lary B on right hip and weighs about 800 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses. W. H. Shc-rd. 221.3 W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of 1 Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be for A delightful showrr of rain foil last night and a greater port of this morning. The farmers aro all smiles, which means a larger acreage oi fall wheat this season. THACMtR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New- lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue ihe end o! term. Apply experience, what certificat< u.-ni aud salary expected. CAWDROX, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridgo. The Best Yet U. TWO SECTIONS of GOOD FARM LAND, EAST OF NEW DAYTON, ONLY AND PER ACRE Weber Bros. Ott block Lethbridge ;