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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Gracing leases of Dominion sui'lkble for agricultural purposes be secured iu that portion of Province of Alberta, lying Soubh. the Northern boundary of Town- lip 23 aud in the Southwestern por- Of the Province of S'askatch- Leases shall be for a period uoti toecding 21 years, and no leaseshall Dver a greater area than 100.000 cres. Lands leased are not subject homestead entry or sale, but the [mister of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof the 'lessee two years' not The rental chargeable is two its per. acre per annum. A lease not be granted an applicant un- ss he owns one head of cafctle Ive head of sheep for every 60 acres Applied for, and the lessee shall in- his stock so as to be in pos- sion at the end of three years of no head of cattle or five head of ep for every 20 acres leased, and tall maintain stock in this propor- i-during the continuance of the is permitted on only of the tracts above refer- to. A map showing the sheep ing districts may be secured on location to the Secretary f the artment of the Interior, Ottawa. V9 W. W. CORY. iuty of the Minister of Interior. If, publication of this advertisement no't be paid for. Office 68. DR. P. W. TULLER N AND SURG-EO1SI LETHBRIDGE Block. to noon: to p. m, to p. m. Where Shaking is Respectable A Draft off with no otfiar ati'itunce, it poucrlest to overcome the dutt nuisance in shaking time. Only surplus lust rites of itttlf abooe the fire. Great diMCfnds into ash-fit, and unless iegiti- outlet Is therein provided, dust etcspt th.raugk tun-door tliti and Into optrator'f fact. In "Sunshine" Furnace the legitimate dust outlet is pro-' aided." It's a great big dust- pipe running straight from ash-pit to dome, thence to chimney. When big pipe damper is opened, all dust in ash-pit ascends to dome; then, when direct drafts are opened, all dust passes up chimney. Always the clean and quick dust in "Sunshine" Furnace grate, to pan, to dust pipe, to dome, to chimney, to open LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG Write to us for "Sunshine" testimonials received from your own townspeople. VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON 1 CALGARY I The McKcOwn-Hick Hardware Co., Lcthbridge, Alta. Cattle King London, June by his wife, his son and three daughters Sidney one af the most in- teresting personalities in the empire, arrived in London by the steamer Good Spring In NEW MEMBER OF QUEBEC CABINET C. A. Wilson, K.C. Sue- ceeds Hon. Jules Allard CROW'S NEST A SUMMER RESORT New Divisional Point Makes a New Clairu TRY WM. OLIVER -------FOR-------- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Holp to build up Lothbriags and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. j Crow's Xcst, B. C., June Montreal, June is 'announc-1 nooj, is vcry fittingly called a "nest" ed tonight that C. A, Wilson, K.C., j jjttle tov.-n and coia'ng summer a prominent Montreal lawyer, hasjresort among the moun- beeii appointed to the Quebec Ipgisla- tains thus giving it an admirable tive council in succession to the late j site> town and Crow's Nest Office, Yards and Bound .uid Bompas Streets Telephone 153 Hon. Mr. Mathieu, and will also en- ter jjie Quebec cabinet in place of Mr. Allard, who will be appointed joint prothnotary at Montreal. EXCITEMENT AT MACLEOD People Feared for Life of H. McGowan But He Turned up All Right Macleod, June an un- usual amount of excitement has pre- vailed here for the past few days, owing to the disappearance of H. Mc- Gowan, who has been staying for the past three months with J. Nelson. For the last few weeks lie had been feeling very despondent for reason or reasons unknown, and on the morn- ing "of the 23rd, the day of the base- ball garne, while Nelson who is our "star" plaver was preparing to come to town McGowan started off! a larf dancing hal1 free Mountain were given their names through an historical incident. At this mountain the Crowfeet made their last stand against the Black- feet. They hid in a secluded cave in the mountain and their nest proved a safe hiding place from their ene- mies. Game is said to be plentiful in the v'icinity. Bear and sheep particular- ly abound. The lishing is also splen- did. The tourist also may enjoy rowing on the beautiful Crow's Nest Lake. A. Good, proprietor of the Summit Hotel is sparing no pains to make the point having the highest eleva- tion between the two oceans an ideal summer resort. He has quite a men- agerie in the grounds. A ball ground is being fixed up. He has FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montrwl wich thg hired man. Nelson asked him where he was going and he said "I am going out to look at the wheat." -Nel- efit 'of his guests and supplies guides and ponies. It is expected that ma- ny from eastern provinces and the son watched him start off and saw States wil1 sPend at leaf part him go past the wheat field and ul-itheir here. If beautiful -Tl_ I? TVT J.U timately get-out of the wagon and jscenery' bear' lynx' sbeep ,g.oats' The Far North! off across the prairie. In the! fish' etc" play any part in s evening he sent oat a rig from town summer resort then "hefi to enable him to come down to see the! Nest has a future ahead it. Edmonton, June Lawrence, of Fort Vermillion, one of game, supposing that he had returned the most successful farmers of the j Peace Biver district, who has lived at 1 to the farm. However, the man told Residence 132 j Asturias. from Australia. Fort Yermillicn for over 21 years, and who knows the conditions prevailing the driver that McGowan had not re- turned and that when he got out of Known us the cattle king of Aus-jin Northern 'Alberta as well as or bet- 1 the rig he had said, on being asked i that he was going to take a walk. Hosmer Is a Growing Town Oftee over Higrabotham's Drug j was disinclined to talk about himself, j the finest wu CXffire 125. 94. in his nrniso I years 'reside: House 94. Office 9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. but he was enthusiastic in his praise j J winters in my twenty-one idence in the country. I of Australia. I wintered 150 head of cattle and over At 14 Mr" Kidman, whose home is half of them wintered outdoors at the Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Eurdett. 9 a.m.. 2-3 p'.m., hc 7-SlTm. Snnciays-2.80 to 3.30 sq Telephone 41. m. at Kapunda, about 50 miles from straw stack and came out. in spring Adelaide was'earning 10 shillings a'looking well. I had practically no week where the Broken Hill Mine now j losses in stock in wintering. Our is Then hc had a single horse. To- 1 greatest loss is in summer when the owns or is interested in j stock gets away from the buildings, by ,irv tuc ac..'-ivnlvps. which are very plentiful yet. i like in spite of the number that are -ing killed. The wolves killed nine i he'-tenths of the cattle killed in the coun- having scoured the surrounding coun- try, found McGowan comfortably en- sconced in an arm chair at Frank Tat- harn's, to whose place he had strayed. Saved A BRAVE FELLOW a Train Load of Passengers and Lost Kits Life Wonderful Growth of New Mining Town Weekly PreSS aftd Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg' Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Letkbridge Herald Sunny Alberta's Best THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE S3.50 AN OFFER WHICH ifEETS WANTS OF MJL CLASSES square runes ui cv reage being something 6SO. Beginning life as a teamster, S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGiii) his way till he is the :try last season. PHYSICIAN. SUBGEOS largest horse breeder and the greatest, ACCOUCHED 'cattle owner in Australia. He owns Office-914 Phone _head of cattle and 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m rasuing into f row of freight ears head on, and the Drs. DeVeber o Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. McClure Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS D. Hisrinbotliani's new block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m "DR. o. j. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaklale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. is coming up good and ick and looks strong. There will be a larger acreage this year than iasij head of horses. and more wheat' I wheat loss rf scores of Hves that might have He is master of over square this year than I do usually as I colligion_ Fri-end miles of territory in Queensland, over in South Australia and than in Hosmer, June the newest mining town in the Crow's Nest Pass is fast springing into pro- minence. The growth of the town I durinc the past six mouths is phen- j omenal. Although there was a Hos-j mer two years ago it; has been during j the last six months that things be- gan to move and since then every- life in preventing the fast Big by leaPS Ills .Jtinf be neath the wheels of the Knickerbocker vesterdav, Lawrence Friend, I aged 23 years, a brakeman, gave bis eventing t Dassenger train fro THE SPECIAL OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these class- es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and art out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the "United States and Eastern Canada, Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this combination, offer 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 addition it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the' Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed form and the Ix-thbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. .......................................190 LETEDBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed S2.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and prairie, Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Leth.- bridgie Herald, for one year each. a lot of frozen wheat and barley on I fattened and killed 70 hogs New South Wales, the last fall and winter, and wintered 100. Northern territory and elsewhere. aU goes well I will have a large, He has 32 cattle ranches, and at number ol pigs this mil. I sowed ooO j his home in Kapunda take place the! bushels of wheat this spring, also 2001 in tho world. Sevjbushels oi oats and barley. Seeding horses belong- i commenced here on April 27th. We ing to him have been sold at one ihave had splendic growing weather ,at and next vcar ho will have lever since, so the crops are looking which was blocking the main line when the pas- senger and bounds. It is a C.P.R. town, the having charge of the j mines and part of the townsite. t The cause of the rapid advancement j is the fact that the best of coke coat I is found there in abundance. FELL OFF THE BRIDGE Fort W-iliam> Ont" June Seven _ liam McKae, who was working on the came along at forty The brakeman ran to turned it just in time to I passenger train on a the mine- m rmick'Iv onouch to avoid i "l 1, -JT i and crushed by tne v hundred and fifty coke ovens have Grand Trunk Pacific bridge at West been built. The company are at prc-: port William, fell off the bridge this sent engaged in putting in drifts in-! morning and was drowned. He was The construction work j unmarried, ne this vear has cost the Knickerbocker's engine. j HALIFAX ASSIGNMENT Halifax, June wholesale grand. His animals have been exported to I over one hundred thousand India, Colombo and other- places, '.feet of logs that I will saw this sum- Last vear at one time Mr. Kidman before haying. Lumber is sell- had 20000 cattle on the road and ling at 912.50 to per thousand; paid the railways for dressed to ?4 iper thousand. I always have lumber and ion band. The supply sometimes gets 000 horses at one sale. nnvc. Latest Theory in Regard to Disap- pearance of Littlp Girl from Train W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARBIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Block, tip-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotbaru- Block, Lethbridgc transit. At 21 hc came in for later seen red a contract with a sub- sidy of for carrying mails from New -South Wales, South' Aus- tralia and Western Australia. Twelve hundred horses were employ-i have not g ed, and at one time he had to pay as much as a month for _ i tn i in vt putting up good substantial buildings densed water lor 1-10 noises. TJ i TT-II AT. ri m i-n 'in this place, larnous Broken Hill 31.r. KKiman i low on account oi help being scarce. There are three saw mills here and hence lumber and shingle; are so reasonable and. easy to get. If you, oney to buy with, yourast n get whatever you want by going to work, so that most everyone is Fort William, June j is now a reward of offered the recovery of littl..- Olive Dupraw 'disappeared a Canadian Pacific Railway train at Ont., Wednesday. William Higgins of j is city..' brothiT-in-law of the inisaing Electric light- and water systems will be installed within the next two goods and manufacturing firm oi or three months. A new station is Iu to be bum. The government, who realized out of its share of the townsite has men engaged in clearing and stumping. A new bridge is being built across the river which is also being constructed by thc gov- Wm. Ciimtriinps Son. has assign- ed. Liabilities are and assets Most of the creditors are in Montreal and Toronto. CLERGUE GETS CONTROL? A Great Crowd Saw the Bronchos An immense crowd went out to the Fair Grounds to see the roping and bucking exhibition given by the Aus- tin boys from Cardston. All, the new arrivals in the west who had ne- eminent. There arc now four good Soo, Mich., June Prominent of- hotels at Ilosmcr, ficials of the Lake Superior corpora- A hoard of trade V-.TS organized on tion say that as far as local manage- .Itine 10th of which Mr. Xickc-rson is.I merit is concerned no advice has been had a section which he sold for ?7oO Tht. H. L. i i todav for St. Johns, and several peo- Six months afterward it was resold LOUd-N for Mr. Kidman is breeding from outside world. to horses a year. He has Ira- veiled bullocks as far as from to miles to salt1. This year 250 calves and he next year. steamer leaves here is, and several peo- jple from here are taking a trip to thc "The days oi tracking scows up the stream are past and some of us are trip in a here market for inot sorry. Last year I' made a he has branded here to and back ir ftxriftr.t.s tn bmnd i six weeks. Some years ago. I took f i little over six weeks to go from to Edmonton." BROCKVILLE W. L. Wilson LJCESSED AUCTIOls1 EBB. Lethbridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and G-lyn Sts. Applications for dates may be made at The Herald Office. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in thc month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- to communicate SABBATH BREAKING ACCIDENT AT Toronto. June large number of Toronto hotel keepers appeared in Brockville. Ont., June court yesterday on a charge of hurrying with a ladle lull 01 molten breaking the Lord's Day act by sell- ing cigars, papers and stamps on Sundav. Among those who are familiar with the country adjacent to the spot where the girl was last seen by her sister. are strongly of the opinion that the child either fell into the lake or was swallowed up by the muskeg into which she had possibly wandered. An experienced woodsman and trap- stated today that he believed president. Hosmer received confirming the rumor afloat boasts of having 'base- here to the effect that F. H. Clergue ver seen a riat swung over its head were out to sec and the old timers went with them to tell the tenderfoot how it used to be done. To the umniated. thc exhibition was': a revelation of horsemanship but to the old timer it was rather tame. It was through no fault of the riders who are as good as any on the plains but they did not have horses capable of giv- ing a good exhibition, although the ball, football and lacrosse loams. 'j had secured control of the plant with j "outlaw from Idaho" did a few good I English capital Carnegie. backed by Andrew YOUNG MAN KILLED Kenora. Ont., June C. Cafa- SHERMAN IMPROVING Cleveland, Ohio, June Presidential candidate Jas. Sherman's condition was absolutely normal to- day. Plans are now being perfected j a young man 19 years of age. roundcd up. ?o that bis home coming reception stunts. When the horses, though were giving the riders a good deal, of trouble in catching the they want ed, they were at one time pretty At this point a per that the bodv would be recovered can be held in Utica on the night of July 8th. After that Mr. Sherman may subjeet to an operation that he at Barclay m the grand stand made the hit jumped from ttlc evening by yelling out '-Tut salt on their tails." His suggestion, barrel and was thrown under the was received vociferously by the instantly killed last He work', train striking his- head on an within a few hundred feet of the sta- i may not be bothered during the fall tion if it were ever recovered. 1 campaign. wheels. crowd. Fairbanks Will Pay a Visii To NEW DIVISION OF ADMIRALTY London, June Daily Ex- press announces that the admiralty has decided year to organize new divisions of the fleet, to be sta- tioned off North Scotland with a view- to guarding the northern entrance, thus bottling up the North Sea. WARNING TO PARENTS Windsor, Ont., June five ment, would do with us. ROBERT GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr The Philippines assembly 'today on the eve of adjournment, declared by a vote of 57 to 15 that independence was year old daughter of Thomas Gem- mell. of is dead as a re- sult of being aeuiueutally burned two weeks ngo. The child was playing with matches. Quebec, June informa- iron yesterday John Pask. employed tion was received bero today from in Smart Manufacturing Co.. Ml, the j Washington to the effect that the vice prc. iron ran over the ground and into it went Pask's outstretched arms in the fall. His hands particularly the right were terribly burned to the bone, also a portion of his body. -Mrs. 104 YEARS OLD Brockville, June 26.- Peter Brady is dead near Bedford Mills, Leeds county, at, the age. of 104 years. She was possibly the old- est woman in Ontario. She retained her mental faculties to thc last. president of the United States upon ie occasion of his approaching rep- visit to the Quebec Ter- centenary on board the New Hamp- shire, will be accompanied by Mrs. Fairbanks and possibly by his daugh- ter. Mrs. H. W. Timmer, also by Naval Aide de. Camp Rear Admiral Cowles, the hitter's wife a sister of President Roosevelt and by Military NO PROHIBITION YET Baton Rouge, La., June a vote of 20 to 14 the Senate today defeated the State reform prohibition and they were ready for immediate independence. SITUATION AT TEHERAN London, June special des- patch from Teheran to the. Times says: The reactionaries arc masters of the situation here. Arrests and looting continue and a panic prevails. All the newspaper offices and the An- have been looted Shah's aunt, the wife of Zahier Ed Dowleh, committed jmnans premises and closed. The -or I was destroyed. Aide Major P.entley Mott, ancl George Blackwood, private secretary to the ident. The Atlantic fleet, consisting "f six ships is to sail from Berehaven on the sixth of July, ar- riving at Quebec on the sixteentli of July. LITTLE GIRL DROWNED j Winnipeg. June Lilly j Erickson, 4 years old, was found! drowned in a well near the Eat Por- LOSS OF LIFE AT TEHERAN Paris, June spi-nin.1 received from Teheran the two days' fighting in 15-4 soldiers and three hundred na- wen- killed and wounded. In uu interview with the Shah's pri- vate secretary, it. is stated that the Shah regretted the trouble the. pupv.laee who threw fired upon the soldiers. He will take j cox. special mi-assures to stop the plunder- ing. BROKE THE RECORD Salt Utah. June tate.s that in'Clarke, the Australian bicycle rider, that, city, I lowered the world's three mile record at the Salt, Air track last evening, rid- ing the distance in 3-4. A new world's tandem record was also estab- lished, Clarke and Maher, the Euro- nd blamed! pean riders going the distance in 3.b7 bomb and! in a match with Samuelson and Wil- tage Lumber Co.'s yards today. A Great Crowd Heard the Kilties Play The Kilties have come and gone and their visit as inspiring and delightful as a mountain heather. How many of (hose composing the largest, audience ever assembled in to listen to the musical selections rendered last evening ever thought of the three or four men who refining is of world re- nowned performors. From the deep i.oned bass instru- ments to the tinkling sound of the xylophone the harmony was complete thc programme "Al.iambra" to the TO HELP THE JEWS London, June Jewish Chronicle understands that during th re-cent meeting between King ward and Kmperor Nicholas, it intimated that Premier Stolypin was preparing an important measure for the amelioration of the condition of in Russia. This measure it is .stated will be directed towards mod- ifying the laws governing the Jew- ish Poles. FINE THING TO OWN Berlin, June despatch reeeiv- ed here from Windhoe, Dernar.-i'land in German South Africa, says that a diamond the extent of which is Ed-; nearly ten miles square, has been was! discovered at Luderitz Bay. Every number on from the march selection from Lohengrin wn.s heard session. riskod seven or eight hundred dollars for of gratifying those uho have lived hero for'years and! who havo not the moans of visiting! I 1 large centres to hear uplifting with delight. Carmen and the popu- lar Scottish airs especially. The John.stone troupe of dancers the audience perhaps more and than thc musical selections. Toronto, Ont., June- J. Duff, member for West Simcoe, YOUNG WOMAN WANTS TO DIE, June As a result of ji r'tonU'Stio quarrel. Mrs. Marion Ros- sia drank an ounce of iodine in a boarding house on St. Catherines St. East. She was removed to the bos- S.jpital where she recovered sufficiently isjto be taken to the police station, said to be locally the choice for min- ister of agriculture to succeed Hon. Monte.ith, who was defeated Nelson in the. merit r where she was charged with attempt- ing to commit suicide. Mrs. Ros- sia is twenty years old and has been last election. An announce- {married four years and this is the- be made tomorrow. second attempt made to end her life. ;