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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta \ mi ThePriceof Hat*s is VERY GREATLY REDUCED To Clear the Slock 'n previous lo Stock-Takinp; at the Nt'W Year CA. COOKSLEY. Parlor in old Bank ot Montrcnl Bldg. Redpalh St. Leihbridgo. A. W. McVittie DoDiiniou Land Surveyor Will devote hia entire time durinu the summer to laying ov� n�w townfeites. Contract applicjition. Office at t�ie Coaldale Hotel. Lothbridue. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for tlie Provinces of Saskatcliewan and Alberta. Grazing lease.s of noniinioii Lands Unsuitahle for agiicuHiirai purposes may be secured in that portion of tfco Province of AllMjrta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 and in the Southwestern por-Uon ot the Province of Saskatcb-wan. leases shall be for a period not Mnecdiil!; 21 ycar.s, and no leoseshall cover a greater area than 100,OOa acre*. Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel � leasc-hold, or any portion thereof bygivin^ the lessee two years| not -Ice. The rental chargeable is two ccBts per acre per annum. A lease anno-t be granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle ar five head of sheep for everj' 60 acres upplicd for, and the lessee shall increase his stock so as to be in pos-Btssion at the end of three yoars of one head of cattle or five head of Btacep for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sliecp-griizing is pern^itted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map sliowinv, the sheep grazing districts may be secured on apprication to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COI^Y. I>nd arrt Mon-WpsJvrfjS-  3 f^-.Sii '^.io,.li..n-Ortl.- 1)8 ; i .'Ml ."VMH He-i fn.'i- I.'!:! m. C. C. CPiAGG FiiYsrClAN AND SURGEON uft.r� over rtifrinliothiim's Drug Sioru Phone aillco I2.'i House 94. Olfice hour.s-1� to ll a.m.. 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.ni Dr. F. H. Mewburn mm m a ranch Suit Agaiu&i a Magiuiii Man in Supreme Cuurt TURF CLUB WASFORMER (Frjm Thursday's Daily.) This inorninji; at tli ; Siipiviua Court tile case (if IH.loy \,s. J\;,,_ Geo. M. Hatch was Elected President CONTROL OF RACING NO DEMAND FOR LUMBER That i� the Reason the B.C. Mills arc Quiet I., m. IVleplioiie 4L Circaif tey is entc-i'd to prc^ewt the tran.sfi-r , of t!;e proi!Ci-^y to tlv O. W. Kerr W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) \ Co. The pi-oivrty m quowtlon in-1 [,.,hl)rif!.eu' Turf .Association. 'chid.>.s 506O iKM-c.s', whii-h was .supiios-i j^.^.^ farming tliti a.ssociatiun for PHYSIOIAS, SIRGEOS , irr-niirHPR ^" purchased ACCOUCHER JSIO.OOO to he paid down. Office-914 Redpath St. Phono o.? ; tilT Dilluy filwl a 9 an nci'K. The plain cav�at on the lan.'i Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m ; ,,,1^; [U.feiuliint Ki-nney is omloa- Drs. DeVebcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons j vuring to Si.i't this u.siiio in I carry �ui tiie sale to the Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McCluic & Stewart SURGEON DESTISTS Office-J. D. Hiuinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Boom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 15. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFKIOE, - - SOUTU.AKU BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Eiuperly C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, upstairs. HAMILTON & VOUMC, Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge MISS B. K. HARRISON. Crradiiate from Alma Collejie, in Piano, June 1904, and post grad- ordor to O. \S. Ken Co. The asrivniont in ipi.'.'itioii i.s not produced and t\v^ defendant Kerinoy .nnd the $u)jpi).sed witiv.ss to the agreement. Hose ryiX'r, .swear that such an agr.-i'iui'Vit never exi.s't-ecl In their UnowUxlECP There septus (From Thursday's Daily.) Ca'g.iry, Dec. 19.-Tlio .Mbertnn -say^-.'.rcJiie Ij,M'tch, president and ma naser of the Ijji'ti'li I.umljcr Co., of CrnnhrooU, Ll. f'., was in the city yo.s-terdny on a ljii.-,iiios.s trip, Whon asked as to the condition of the lumber trade in the mountain district ,Alr. IxMtih saiil that there woiv not more than twenty jior cent, of as mnny loKjjini; camps in operation �this winter as In-st. . When gUi'S-tionfd as to the cause of the closing down of liimlier operations Mr. Lcich .s-tateil that it wn.s not altogether due to the money .stringency although that hail something to do Tlie ob-i with it, in the case of som-e weak is .to , loncetiis. Neither was it altogvther ,000,000 in inlDi-citiR discipline on horse own-j feel which under normal- conditions (IS. Ill liii.s way ^^he public will be i in the spring would not supply the |)rotect^(i from fake racing, such as inarket or moi-e than six weeks. ,\t was piven tlieni last year. It will the |iresont time, h.iwovor, llwru is be possible nJ.so to secure a place in ; practically no lumber being sold, and the ri'irular .Alberta ai^.d Saskatche- collections are slow. The lumbermen wan circuit. Owing to the govern- are waiting to see how business i>i  nuMit regulation concerning agricul-| ens up (i^^rom Thursday's Daily.) .A 111.�('ting was hold last evening H itcli A Coon's oflice to form the 111 the spring, and f i re- to be a good deal of cont'a.iic' iry j tjjra] fairs, it is impossible for the'sumcs its usual conditions ihe- >. evidence. .Ju.^tice Heck lia;; ulri-.i''.> ; .,.,ti,.ty to conduct a regular raoejdo their logging in the summer, to intimated that in his opinio:, ns ga-| t_ hence the necessity of a separ- ktvp the mills running to supi ly the ate organization to control this end niarkf^t. This wouVd of course be of the Fair. I more e.vpensive than winter i(i,tgiig Tlie oiiicors electe.:! were: Presi- j Wages and supplies haie \n the dtut, Geo. M. Hatch; vice-president, I past been too high, but iv\: con.n-g .A. E. Keys: soc.-treas., ,A. E. Hum-'down to a proi>er basis. I'.iy r.n.i theixHl from the evident^ so far ad-duci-d is that the iigiveineiit, if such e.xisied, was only an option and that the option was t�?rniinaled by the refusal of the defendant Kenney to accept a draft for ?loO sent him by mail to Mag7-ath. KENNY WON SUIT Supreme Court Adjourcs ontil Late in January (From Friday's Daily.) In the Uilley vs. Kenney case continued at the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon, the plaintitT, Daniel iVI. Dilley, gave evidence in his own behalf. Uis story in subs-tance was that after being made acquaintwl with the iility when the final organization will bo a large number of 'ne nuiiiio';if'tu.-erM completed. iwere having a !"ird time to n nke SEED TfiAIN FOR ALBERTA. both ends meet. I fj; dd pate that there .vouKi be lion in prices next yc.'ir int a: ./.'�i-r,> juc. Han. Mr. Finlay Is Showing Further Practical Interest in the farmers of This Province. Winnipo", Dec. 13.-George Har- ; court, deputy minister of agriculture 'illey again.si Kenney was dismissed without costs. The vurioLi.s points filong the lino. The e.xiierience of past years has jv.-nved the bor;efits of tliis method of disseminating agricultural knowledge, and it is e.vpected that this special train will prove a great factor for good among the farming corn- action of Kenney against Dilley was \ niunitios of .Alberta. uate June 1905, is prepared to i'allowed with costs and a direction take pupils in Piano and Organ, will be given that the ca\eat filed by and also to teach Oil Paintini; nuiey upon the lands in question and and Physical Culttire. Residence ] an agiwment was drawn up to that -Parsonage. Redpath vStreet. W. L. Wilson LICENSKD AUCTIONEER. l.otlibridge, Altn. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. Applicnitions for flatcs may be made at The ITerald Oflice. SUCCESSFUL FARMING. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. Johnston's Store) Pur Overcoats relincd from 10.0(1 Suits cleaned and prt^ssed 1-251 Pants " Your own goods made into suits from..............14.(X) Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. effect between Kenney and himself and left in charge of the housekeeper. Miss Pypar. The agrecmoivt also included an option for thirty days, the consideiaLlon being the sum ot $150. The iilaintilY claimed that the option wa.s taken up by the payment of that sum, ljut as was stated in j'e.'ilor-duj-'s lloialil, Mr. .lustice Beck held that the agreement was void. Conybcare & .Jones for Dilley, W. C. Simmons for Kenney. This terminated the Session of the Supreme Court, which was adjourned until .January i!.".rd, I'l'ien Mr. Justice Pieck expects to rt-Luni to finish 2^'the cases .standing over, viz., Ross vs. lioreck, Gibson vs. Reliance Coal Mining Co., and Dennison-Taylor vs. Sil\ er. B. C. MOORE runeral Direct ir and Ernbalmer Offlj*-Next to Pre.st yterlan Church. Office Phone 102. Itesiilence (Mrigrath Pioneer.) Tn respfinae to the request of the Pioneer for stalcnieuls regarding farming operations, Mr. Chris .Ten-sen, president of the Magruth Board of Trade, has kindly furnished us with tiic following: Messis. Sheltoii and Jensen have 130 acres of land that cost them $2,S00. Plowing, seeding, discing, harvesting, threshing, etc., cost .$942 -$3,5'J2. From this 130. acres they realized for wheat $2,701, for alfalfa I hay $240 and oats $785. Total receipts, $3,726. In other words they paid for the land from the first crop and had $134 to^the good. Can yon beat that in any man's country. Heart Strength Hep rt Strength, or Hen rt We�knc.s.s. menns Norve Strength, or Nerve Wiiikin-ss-nothing more. Positively, not one weak lieart in ii Inuidfed is. In it-self, actually diseased. It is almost always a hidden tiny little nerve tliiit really i? all at fault. Tills obscure nerve-the Canliac. or Heart Nerve -simply needs, and iinist have, more power, more Btabiliiy, more eomrolling. more governing Etrength. Without that the llrart must oontinua to fail, and the stnK Hearts, strong digestion, strengthen these ^nerves - re�stttl>Usb them a3 needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative MANAGER AT MAGRATH. WINTER SESSION OpeiiH .Jn'.unrv ''tli in IJusineHH, Sliorthanil, KnKllnh and 'IMe-nqili.v Depnrtmeiilti ot tlajjOerhul t lluHinesH folloge, Ciil^iiry"^ O.i^r |)nmpect.iH ex|ilnin� our �-n|) riority W'ity for it, to F. 0. Ciaihiitt, I'lineipnl. C^iDS up 108 When you want DRAYING �Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE NEW PRINCIPAL. AT MAGRATH. MHgrath, Dec . 18.-The Pioneer says: Mr. Jacobs is resigning hi.s position as principal of our school, although lie will remain hero teaching. He is taking other studies during his spare time. Mr, Jared Mercer siiceeds Mr. 'Jacobs as principal of Mttgrath .school. The board of trustees are placing tlie seventh standard on after the holidays-a very com-inftidiiblc movtJ, indeed. (From Thursday's Daily.) U. S. Afaybee, accountant at the Hank of Jlontreal here has heen placed in charge of the bank's new branch at Magrath under the HU[)or\ision of R. F. Reeve, the local manager, Jlr. Pcmiott, of Winni|>eg will succeed Mr. ila^lx-e here. CUP FOR WHEAT. Out of a total number of 23,485,-555) woinon, ono out of ovory il^'ois a broad winner, according to tlw la�t U, S, censas count. This brings tho wage uaming women ;to the enornious From Thursday's Daily.) The Alberta Department of Agriculture lias completed arrangements with the erlitor of the Farm Crops Magazine, AVinnipeg, whereby ho Is prepared to offer a cup valued at .�;100.(\0, and in addition $100.00 in ca.sli prizes, and $100.00 each year hereafter, for the best wheat grown in this province, the cup lo be won throe times in succo.s.sion before he-coming the property of the owner, the cash prize lo bo divided as fol-!ow,s: $.50.00 to go with the eup as a fh'st prize, $.'10.00 as a second prize and $20.00 as a third each year. The cup is to hi niile from shipping point, 15.00 per acre. 160. acres, 2 miles from shipping point, 16.00 per acre. IGO acres, miles from shipping point, 14.00 per acre. 160 acres, 2 nnk'S from shipping point, I4.0Q per acre. 640 acres, 2 mile,? from, shipping point, 12.50 per acre. IMPROVED FARMS 960 acres, 2 miles from shipping point, house and barn, all fenced, practically all in cultivation. I^riee $23.00 per acre. 640 acres, 4 miles from shipping point, fenced, in cultivation. Price $21.00 per acre. 320 acres, 3 miles from shipping point. Modern barn, granary, fenced, all in cultivation. Price $26.00 per acre. \Vc have a number of other good deals. We cannot guarantee any of these bargains tn last any length of time. We can make good terms on these propositions. ALBERTA REALTY Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Lethbridge, Alta. \ DRMYING. ? I If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call ou us. We have the larerest and best equipped car-age business in the city, with thoroughly exi)erienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade tor sale. Coiil delivered to all Jparts of the city on short notice. Western Warehaase & Transfer Co., ltd. % Office-First door south of Opera House. , Phone G3 ? Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We must soli 100 head of export steers by December Ist. Our prices are right. If you don't believe it come and see for yourself. Burns & Go., Ltd.j   TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Evef7thing required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kindt of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build tip Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumbier Mills. Office, Yartis and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 Herald Ads. Bring Results ;