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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Bow Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early s Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. LOIS SELL fRON 525 TO 01 [ASy IERHS Bow Island, Alto. c News for Week WireleU Arranged for Easy Reading Pctcrboro, Jan. c Mtt from Keeno liw to the Examiner, telling of a jn-eul- iar phenomenon, that caine unrter his experience a "I was and Ottawa, Jan. S. Lake, Qu'- Victoria. Jan. Legislature Apelle, made a bitter attack on the today the ruling Government ior its methods of leaa- against the impeachment of Lieuten- ing timber limits the and in closing asked' the Government to ap- ant Governor Dunimuir against the appeal of the Socialiata 9ft to' 13 and that seemed to me remarkable and I believe unheard of. SrtUmt the office I Suddenly heard as over the tol- operator told me that he often heard it and that th-a sound was plainer -than at othsr times, lie called my attention to bbo fact that it was distinctly heard by sitting to one of his tele- graph instruments, and he claims to recognize -the voice chief dispatch- tor Kingnley of -Lindsay, frequently. Ho doesn't ICBQW whether he is in his office in Lindsay or tho long distance -telephone to Bcltevilto, the wires of which are strung on the same poles as the tel- egraph wires. "But at au3' rate he heard Kings- tey's, voice from telegraph instru- ment as well as other voicesr 1 also T R StatiOD a special commission of nine then pased the accond reading of the J meihinic deal with a11 lea'ses b> the Act unanimously. Premier present Government. He was fol- McBride said there waa nothing to lowed by H. B. Ames whose remarks' justify Laurier'a change of front in as usual, were mostly insinuations. 1896 and now with Orientals He talked of hand writing, culor of and only white males in British ink and all sorts of things in con- Columbia, Lemieux's assurances ncction with putting in of tenders could not better conditions and pre- for timber limits as if he were a vent another influx of Japs. He veritable detective but he gave little pointed out th'at the Japs had arrang- or no facts. He declared that' timber ed for acres near Calgary. To limits in the West were worth this the Liberals replied that the a square mile and when told that this -government's friends, the C. P. R- was 500 per cent, -too high he had no- were selling that property, also that thing to say. Ho quoted no sales several thousands of Japs were work- but gave his opinion beard it as have several ties." other par- I Vancouver, Jan. 'Craig, I proprietor of the Bt. Ermin, a big rooming house in the centre of the TORY M. P. GIVEN iM Aid Tim Helmed M -m ABOUT TIMBER LIMITS J. G. Turiff in reply challenged ing the on E. the Vancouver extension of ft N. MeBritie said British either or both to make thei.r charge Columbia would fight the question if they had any to make and for once until settled by Federal Natal act. to play the manly part instead of, making insinuations and he would be the first to ask the prime to -rt i ijompensatiwn -.-wt, grant a commission. Having said fa next wock this he proceeded to show how Con- on mil. servatives gave public domain away w for nothing. Out of over square miles, no less than given to Conservative favorites Edmonton, .Feb. Compensation Act, which will be ways, in factories, engineering work and on buildings ex not forty feet in height or on machinery by steam, water or -..i. wmcn u.> alone without competition but with-j .g ftp. city was today sentenced to months for keeping a house of fame, the conviction arises out of ol the arrest of four alleged hold-up men and several women living in, the St. Ermin. A hundred and forty women in the Oriental restricted dis- trict were summoned to police court- yesterday afternoon and given the option to get out 'of town or six months in jail. The police can leg- ally deport about forty. Hereafter no white woman will be allowed to live in or near Chinatown and the district is now absolutely closed. The magistrate declared op- iums dens and other places were be- ing maintained as a result of the presence of" women; which Are pit- i falls for young' people of both sexes. Mesenger boys also kept busy i' 1 for the women and'thus were thrown under bad influence. that of 1883, no les square j tniles or acres givsn.! >mihent politicians, senators and members of Parliament. Mr. Turiff read the list which very much dis- concerted the Conservatives. Mr. Bergeron, M.P- and Mr. Ward, M.-P-, were in the list. The debate ,was then adjourned. bor. Edmonton, Jan. J. Robert- son, seconded by C D. Hiebert, will on Tuesday move a "resolution asking 1 the government "to introduce legisla- tion providing that every school house or building receiving a grant. Edmonton, Jan. 81. -The premier announced at yesterday's session ol tha Legislature that when the new series of readers are received for this province, free readers will all school children of The announcement was made in the course of remarki on moving sec- ond reading of a bill to grant cer- tain powers to the minister of educa- tion for forming contracts fov text books and other school supplies. A series of readers hat been ly prepared to meet the views of ed- ucational councila of Alberia aud Saskatchewan and .which have .also been approved of by the Manitoba council. Among the several readers submitted by all publishing houses of Canada that by Morang Co., of Toronto, was accepted. They will be ready for'usc next summer. Fuller (WftilK trill before the House CATTLE FUTURE IS BRIGHT (Chicago Live Stock Journal.) In late weeks there has been heavy runs as the one here today may show up occasionally it is gen- n ae wees erally believed that the season of considerably more cheerful virw of I successive heavy supplies is passed. future prospects in the cattle trade, Since the beginning of the new and the big advance scored in prices j year things have picked up consider- last week was the forerunner of the I ably. There is a big export demand expected good era in. the future. The I at present, reaction now on is merely nat and likewise a growing shippers. Beef hut that the market -will not con- j growth since the public haa become tinue to slump off untii all of last J tired of poultry, and the result, has week's gain is wiped out is the firm been a much broader, demand for Or FREE PRESS And Farmer Winnipeg FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal steers of all classes. Improved financial conditions have been another aid to the market or financial assistance from the gov- details 'in discussion in eommitteee of the whole. s I ernsicrit is to fly the national flag. bare made good London. Eng., Jan. bands of suffragists swooped down just at Slaughters have -been able to buy daylight on hwuej. c Th more freely and mand has also jh an the been consumptive helped out jr money situation. High-priced corn is the only disappointing feature of the situation in cattle trade at piv-sent. Cost of production is too high to af- ford fair profits, even though the mar- ket jo considerably Hogs are too low. higher cabi- net ministers. They "tried to batter their way into the bouses being fin- ally scattered after a scuffle with the oolice. Seven were arrested. Secre- of Stat for war Haldarte, Secre- Ia.rj uf State for "vrar celor Asquith, John Burns and Com- misioner of "Public Works Harcourt, were the officials favored. As none 'of the ministers would see them the by ringing door Later free text books in agriculture will also be adopted. Petitions -were, presented to the House asking amendment to Strath- cona charter, eoneproing public schools of Calgary and asking for a law to provide that a wife shall have an inherent rig'ut of .lower as she has in the province of Ontario. Those engaged in other employ manual labor or arc excludod. The employer pays all the compen- (Wettern Associated Ottawa, Feb. feature' yesterday's debate on the timber f its was the speech of'Dr. of'Strathcona. He showe'if in efilJT instance where-H. B. Anies-lia a specific statement he''was The only thing left For instance the Cedar Lake ent' to Mr. Perley M. P., by tb.e''CWak eervative government and- it up after paying a .years as being entirely worthless. Ictyre asked the "iir once to pursue the manly course aat jiiake their cWarge asked them to do. v ;-l'- At the evening session; Mr. -lljp' characterized 1909-M 1w of the lumber barons .and uf a batch of limits cMmed were alienated'in sation. In case ol death he is not; of the Macleod, turn for the worse. special committee last 3C8 debility which, has bsen baffling the" bad fowid that there was skill of specialists, is complicated jne regulations to compel _ with an affliction of the eyes which limits to build mills should have is of such a painful character that an enforced. He instanced three' .l operation will probably be required, disposed of for now, held- by McDonald Bros, at Free PreSS aftd prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Herald .and' Stir, Montreal Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best" THESE THREE CDOr A REGULAR PRICE V London, Jan. first vote taken at the new session of British Parliament gave the government a comparatively small majority of i doorsteps. The women adopted this forty nine votes. would then be maiang a HJIT m-fit I agailist .the lt WM-OB a labor amendment on on his winters feeding. The craze j frora address -n }y. the to pet rid of hogs is holding down WU1SSIU values in that line, but after exces-j imm thc sive liquidation has 'ceased a better j_______________ price level is believed uue. Then; the'feeders come into their own.! j cannot come in record volume i for m weeks, more ser- iously imparing the size the spring! linormoxis marketing of light j and mixed classes in the last few i weeks Has meant a comparatively small number to dime in spring months. Cattle is already in shape, which points to better, prices in the next fmv weeks. Hogs art- down in price, but the time''does-not appear j. KdmontOJ1) Jan% 30.-Tho feature of gcssion o{ the legislature yester- jion.W.H. Cushing's preSen- tation of the government telephone y and review of 'the construction ____ig the past year.-.The first nine- ty-seven miles been constructed in the province at a cost of j and the estimated cost of the whole j system was-about one million dollars. The rates now charged ,on long dis- i lance calls up to thirty miles are the th OFFER WANTS OF WHICH SlTiETS -MX t'T.-VSSES THE S.PBC1AL OF KEADBUS. The .Western Camulmn reading public is made up chidlv of these .lass-' Persons who have lived in the west for any hrnjrtliy and are out-i-B.l-oiit 'V.-csterncre, -and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from', the I'nitftil Sln.tr-s and Hnslcrn Cnnada. Ferhni.s no'. ncwspivpcr'could cater with complete salisfaeticm to clashes -.s .rsct... P'nrniftr irives a complete record wws'k of- all happenings in the AVestcrn Proviixv.s. Jn addition it spccinl deportments for American >uul Hri-tish sut tlf-rs. Fam- ily Weekly Star former msidftnt of the ncvvs of tlic Eastern portion ov in tv und the .L--thViridgc Herald provides the local Western do without. Cans whicU cent. less. distant when '.reduced supplies mupt com pel 'advancing values. They are past due.'but when the trade svstem_ j once hits an upward stride., there are ('1 _ i mlUlJt.3 w few who believe that rt will s.op District short of a dollar advance over the'' -present levels. Then will the feeders once more be really prosprous and hav poor eati.s for complaint of priced ft'ed. Bell. O.ver Ihat, '25 The difference- on 30 speech regretting, in view of the lack'.of employment in the country, th'at'the government could not recom- mend legislation on the subject. The Irish members, most of the Unionists and a few Eadicals joined the Social- ists and Laborites'with the result that the amendment was defeated by fl vote of )95 to H6. The Socialists and Laborites 'lustily cheered this encouraging' result of their first j sle with the'povcrnment. Tokio, Feb. a scsion of the Diet today Count Oishoi asked apainst the Japanese, exten- Bros. the town of Coleman. Boyce, "Wesl. sive military TCW di- Algoma, moved adjourumenU debate [to be continued and concluded Tuesday. replied that they were against no one in particular but against eventual- ities on the Pacific -wbere Japan has a coast line extending over many hundred miles from Saghailen to Formosa. Japan esf military author- ities have recently been very active in fortifying the vulnerable points on the coast line especially adjacent to the naval stations. WINNIPEG WHEAT MARKETS (Western Associated Press.) Winnipeg, Man., Feb. nxCr- kct showed decided strength today- Gains of a COM were tvcordcd itnA the closing- was at a high point. wl options. Feb. open close, 1.05: May, 1.09J; -luly. 1-tts, '3.11T; -oats cent to ,'JS. be curried to every Inch asks for them. Moose Jaw, Jan. 31 Com- ni-ill, a prominent young farmer and athlete of Buffalo Uke, was playing hockey at Tuxford against Moose Jaw last. when he fell, and the skate another player .f-ntcred his groin. rnr i He was removed to the. doctor's office ru. L I i TT Thft j where he died within an hour. He Philndelphit, Jan. Charles Emory Smith, editor of the .Press., former minister to P.ussia, and post- master general is dead. Death ivas caused by heart'trouble. His body .was- found' by his. wife when she .'returned' home from church. lying across the bi-d, apparently having been stricken while on his way to the bathroom. TO POISON WOLVES operating of the government, system last, year show a profit in investment over and above all expenses'of opera- tion and maintenance. TO BE TRIED AT KAMLOOPS (Western Associatsd Press.) Kamloops, Feb. J. the engineer anvsted for the murder of George ColemaTi at Peace Kiver. arrived here tocliiy. Witnosses must be brought from the scene of the tra- gedy and this will take u couple of "months.' The. prisoner admits the killing but pleaded not guilty, al- leging that ho h.id done it. in soli' foiice. The charge is likely to be reducivi Charlottetown, Jan. Ar- thur Peters, K. C. Premier of Prince Edward Island, died last night. A public funeral will be held on 'Fri- day. Mr. Peters was born on'the Is'and in 1854 and was grandson of the late Sir Samuel Cunard. He had been a member of the Legislature since 1888 and Premier since IS02. He was a Liberal and a brother of Hon. rreu Peters, K. C., of Vancouver, B. C. was a young man and unmarried. .........190 Louis. Mo., Jan. A. who can walk, into the Prosi- prtvate office without knocking here today for., a lecture and j Find for which sow! me nnd Wivkly Star, J Herald, One year each. ps. the Neclifce Coat Shirt is heconnn.c- verv popular H wears longer, loots better, and gives more comfort than, any o'V.er 17 TOOKE BROTHERS, LIMITED MONTREAL- ;