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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD nopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases oZ.Dominion lukable for agricultural purposes be secured in that portion of province of Alborta. lying South Northern boundary of Town- lip 23 and in the Southwestern por- 01 the Proving of Siskatcb- ___ KO fnr n. not iKXSO din" 21 years, and BO leasesha.ll r greater area than 100.00Q Lands leased are homestead entry or sate, but the of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof vin- the lessee two years' not The rental chargeable is two 9 per, acre 'per annum.. A lease act granted an applicant un- ss he owns one head of cattle ire head of sheep for every 60 acres jplied for, and the lessee shall in- Base his stock so as to be in pos- ssion at the end of three years of head of cattle or five head of eep for every 20 acres leased, and One Cent Brings It WOULD- YOU-UKE-TO-READ-THE-STORY OF-THE how correct principle! ft FU R NACE ,hould constructed why no other of con- struction will do Just write on a post- card, "Send Booklet and mail to nearest branch. The rest we'ii gladly at- tend to. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG Just wherein lies its ability to be easy on quick in action, simple in operation? The story is briefly toid in a. iitiie booklet called Furnace Facts." It's not an adver- tisement. No furnace name is mentioned, J f th? in 5 minutes. To the party contemplating purchasing a furnace it points out the and pitfllls, and shows exactly what to demand of an archi- tect contractor or dealer, in furnace construction and installation. VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N.B, HAMILTON 2 CAL8AKY COMPROMISE HAS BEEN EFFECTED Minister of Justice Gives the Particulars of Agreement on Election Ball County Judges Will Prepare Lists TRY WM. OLIVER -------FOR-------- Everything required in the construction of a Building. Lumber and ail kinds of Mili Work McCIaryi> I Ottawa, July long expected announcement from the government us to the compromise effected on the election bill aw a result of the nego- tiations carried on during few weeks between the prime minis- ter and the leader of the opposition with a view to overcoming the dead- lock, was made today by the Hon. A. i B. Aylesworth in the course of a cog- nizant and exhaustive review of the contentious clauses of the bill which has held the centre of the stage in the Commons this session. The The Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta. amendments he proposed to the era- umerators and put absolutely beyond the reach of political influences. It was tn example, air. Aylesworth suggested, which would be followed by various provincial governments which controlled the preparation of their own lists. With regard to New Mr. vigorously condemned the state of affairs which called for a remedy and he proposed that-in the unorganized 'territory should be a committee of three district judges for each riding who would prepare the lists, not doing the j actual work but appointing the en- if thev croose and who roii" EtGiicv to y.nd Grunbrook- build up Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. -E Office, Yards and Bound ind Bompas Streets Telephone 153 THE COST OF DELAY days which aggregate weeks, retain 'the provisions for th' tion b'y the country judges of the lists Manitoba to the respective federal House was moved into committee of; and also practically the supply and never permitted to get proposal with respect to a Itjyp j f rA 1 j.--------- iail stock in this propor- j What the Country is Losing Because into committeee. Day after day, and, nd revision of iisls by judges in days aggregating weeks, the time. unorganized districts of New On- the on during the continuance of the ase. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only portion of tjhe tracts above refer- ,d to. A map showing the sheep razing districts may be secured on ppHcation to the Secretary epartmeut of eputy of us >r. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Block. o. will M be paid of Opposition Obstruction Tactics (Ottawa- Free Press) Canada is a country of sharp! fined summers suitat outdoor occupations and of winters be advantageously carried on. has been spent in debates as far re- j The clause submitted in sub- sufficient to carry on the current: business and pay the salaries ol the sae moved as possible from the items in i stitutjon for the clause in regard to the estimates and then towards mid-; rvlanjtoba, provides'that a committee night a dribble o! supply granted only! J county coun judges shall during i in each year allocate _____ provincial lists and civil servants. Even this ordinary e.-itablish the polling sub-divisions in riding for the following Domin- elections thus meeting the pres- defect in respect to the overlap- are without .the wages we owe pjn? of proYinfejai and federal elec- But aside from this and bc-jtorai Divisions. This latter provision ;tiis, money for new work, Of justice frankly ad- the constructive programme of the mitte'd was a substantial departure expenditure has not always to pass and today a number! civil servants in year, has been absolutely and con-1 -rc it is to be done satisfactorily and economically. The Dominion Government has a sjstentiy refused by the simple pro- j large amount of such v-ork always cesg of refusjng to allow the on hand, and it nmst- ahvays be so. to even come the "House. proposai originally embod- inasmuch as it pro- for the work o{ preparing the Ijst3 beinfr done by enumerators ap- an example of what this means pointed by the government. But in feours-ll-00 to noon: to The survey of new land in the un- 'p. n..; to 8-30 p. m. settled portions of the tne tothe country, take the department of, that course the government >iephone-0ffice 08. Residence 132 erection of public buildings the re; the Interior alone. Settlement in onlv carrving out pair of public works, the building of work must go on rap- propo- .DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON over H-igmbotham's "Drug Stord spreading over the land by the prime minis- idlv if the country is to be developed. and' it must go on during the months from April to December or not at all. A year ago Parliament altered the Phone Office 125. House 94. financial year to better al- Office to 11 a.m., 1.30 to this work to proceed in the only aeason when it could properly be carried on. Previous to that time the financial year ended on June 30 L30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Sedoath St. cor. the new year began ou July., -aeap _ jThe money by Parliament lor Hours-Before 9 a.Bi, 2-3 p.m, such work .for any year could only fast as it is surveyed. Settlers havener on May 12 when he declared his even gone into unsurveyed sections; wilingncss to have the preparation of and trusting that when the; the lists taken altogether out of the they will be- accord- j hands of the government appointees rights of prior possession. In oth-i sections settlement has been pos- j prevented because the survey parties were unable to block out enough. Yet two parties surveyors are today held up and up from work for per polling divisions. British Col- umbia and Quebec would be dealt with on the bill as amended because j the situation in those province did not demand it. The minister of jus- tice concluded his speech which oc- cupied over three hours with a strong j defence of Clause 17, which isin ef-j feet that the marking of a ballot by j a deputy returning officer or other pol- i ling official will not invalidate a j count. He completely turned the j criticism of the Opposition to ridi- j cule by pointing out that every pro- j vision which they had demanded so vehemently was actually contain- ed in the hill of Mr. Alcorn, Conser- vative member for Prince'Edward and also in the election act passed in April' by the Ontario legislature. As j a result of the concessions made by the government, Mr. Roche of Mar- quette withdrew his amendment to! clause owe and the House went into i committee on bills, the non-con ten-j tious clauses being'first considered.] When the House met today, Mr. i Alcorn in preparing for the discus-j sion on the election bill withdrew his election bill This enabled him to present his measure in the form olj an amendment to the Aylesworth bill, j Weekly Free PreSS alid Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal thb ridge Herald "Suany Algeria's Best' THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE 2.50 AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH 31EETS ATX CLASSES THE SPECLAL OF HEADERS. RECEIVED INSIRil m. -SiiTiflays-2.30 to 3.30 _ be 'used therefore, after tlta, thirty.fiv parties in p. m. Telephone 41- S.GAL8RAV01, M.D.C.M. (McGilD to do during Ihe summer out of the PHYSICIAN, SURGEON i appropriations for the current year ACCOUCHER imore than half the work that could Kedpath St. Phone 53 j be done and should be done. Honrs-Before 7-Sp.mi To remedy this the financial year was made to end on March 31, the Parliament was called in K is, alter tnree xuii mer season had been lost. Under the mgn -n the these conditions it was not possible pay theyj are threatening to prosecute the sur-j veyors for their wages. j outhern portion of the West-i irrigation projects are ne- j the field many are j BJ W. v. 3iii moss, -''Salvation Army's Good Work ELECTION BILL DISCUSSED In the Been Turned Down by the Government 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 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 by this combiriation offer every special need is met: 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 set-tiers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in fora: and the Lethbri-dge Herald provides the local Western news; which you cannot do without. ............................190 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and farmer, Winnipeg1; ITamiiy Herald ttnu bridge Herald, for one year each. T-I Drs. DeYebet Physicians and Surgeons j giving four clear months in which to pass the supplies of money nwca 'Plione 143. ary to the land for agriculture, department has been created to the land for irrigation pur- block.. still allow the season's work to be- McClure Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotlianvs block. TT O 4- "1 9 Office tt.iu. iO gin with the beginning of the sum- mer season. This it was hoped the months of the year when con- struction work and outdoor work r mav best be carried on a standstill, and the s that the most favor- able season for this work is now past. I i The musical festival and prcscnta- j Ottawa, July House spent tion of the new instruments to which j the whole of the three sessions in the Salvation Army have been look- considering the Elections Act. The ing forward for some time was a de- J whole of the morning session was oc- cided success. The Barracks was j in tne discussion of the clause GEORGIAN BAY CANAL WILL Three survev parties started for tlie j. well filled with a sympathetic aud- Yukon early this spring to co-operate ience. The gathering was capably with the Ameican surveyors in local-r. prohibiting payment for the convey- 4-Ninetv-nine million The survey., which is r. 11., rnU i ance of voters to the polls. The pen- inc the international boundary. These Vancouver, the provincial officer who J alty is cusquauucuu in his opening remarks spoke of the 111 clV Utoli Mt iv r 1 4- u d k ull. parties are now lying a ancouver, to thfi Army by civic nett pointcd ollt that all a man had report giving a synopsis of the general ular election being'held. Hr. Ben- dollars is the estimate of the cost of .has been a very ithe construction of the Ottawa and represents four years oi Georgian Bay ship canal. A interim j large corps of technical officers. The dertaken by the Government or i Government assistance. t0 Unbl 1S national and provincial officials. He to vote eariy and he could spend thereport Of the survey oomnussion, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m DR. o. j. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Offic forthcoming to provide supplies and uiso reiurrcu LU pay wares. Meanwhile the united j J But Parliament sat four parties are On of its nlCm- .months witnout voting tlie groulldj but unable to proceed until thod Qf worfe. After when the summer opcnea the Canadians arrive. The Westcott w. C. Sim- ectioil dav so long as they did listed for each the 49th parallel are similar-, in a neat speech made charce more than the ordinary eost Of altern remainder of the day driving voters been presented to Hon. Win. Pugs- by the Army! to lno polls. IMr. Lancaster wanted ]0y_ minister of public works. The the clause so amended that livery sta j prices of excavated dams, ble men could rent teams on the el- locks, cribwork, buoys are different 'stretch. i simple reason that there was no mon locatin moved several amend- j furnished for comparison. ley available to pay for it. As a necesary work prevented but Canada: rnative has also been cost of the survey has been a million of dollars. Lament, Alta., Julv the low land the crops have turned a little yellow on account of very heavy rain but on the whole everything is sat- isfactory and' promises an exception- ally good yield in all grains. OFFICE, Advocate, Barrister, Etc. ithe working season will have BLOCK before it is available and with little or nothing done. SOUTHARD of public work are so little considered, j When the bandstm-n had received i amendment calU-d for a more detailed, Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property- inspectors, timber inspectors and for-! that, they were the Government spend OT trawlling expenses Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public ont Of whom has been paid the mon- for Two hundred Slark's reading and Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors am Block, Lethbridge "W- L- Wilson the consent of These officials number 370, imt No matter how many millions useless in the treasury, no m; how imperative, tlie need of t.hc work, newspapers have presented jnot a dollar can be spent Par-! liament. snys so, and not a dollar for' any other purpose than the purples. Parliaiiient. snys it may be spent, for.; Parliament stands tlie money, 1 received and the money spent. Only wVn Parliament consents may the 1 money received be spent. only for tlie purposes Parliament consents ,to. Audiror-General and his staff an? the agents and jtives of Parliament, to prevent moivy Parl lament's eir instruments they demonstrated statement of expenses and for certain good ones and that vouchers. Mr. Aylesworth thought, played, by musicians, j that these details would serve no; an experienced con- I good purpose and would not accept, ithe atneiidni-Jiit. 3Tr. Alcorn retorted; dinent was taken al- WE EXCEL IN PRINTING are to 1 Davey duci or. j the in- that the auioi accounts istramcntal trio by Messrs. Mills, most word for word from tbe British Hood, and Tricknor wore enjoyed. i Corrupt Pruc-ucos Act b 3h A, The speaker of the evening Mr. worth did not think tana abject Patriot-; needed to be jruaaied Jial electoral abuses then Mf i com had more to say. Army's work in Uor.len that in Kn es of nationhood i expenditures had w of the the wuii-i'.in-nt. of of- all national i The amendment was lost iowcrinR of nation an ain.-n.Iiiu-nr p The speaker believed j vernmetii. oilicials win contents. rivi-n a very cord LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Ijethbridge, Atta.. Residence Cor. Ford and G-lyn fin- advertising ijnmi-stead, nnniiig, timber and coal resrulations and none r'-n-rn pf.kl. NO money Simmons, chos b-en ve-ted tn carry on work at. ism" and was ij.Miff i'ark and tiie -road and enthusiastic ivo-ntion. jnakinjr irjinsrs must be un-'; -lie spoke of tin l.-ss s'unplii-.- nre cr.-inted forlhwitli. j purifying tho Only sisrnnO has been voted uplifting: the private life rnitii.sfration of- Yukon, jind The cause tho is per month the j downfall is vice, a i Yukon Government is in debt ior'al morality. ,f expense for Mav. the Army demonstrated genuine re- ;elee which finds its embellishments, that life. While the I ed in one i being spent without i consent, or otlier than in the way p.lrtni0nt alone, which has been pro- j in simple pure j Parliament directs. However grcnl. f3ucod by tll, roiusal o{ lhe Oppusi-i Army's work does not appeal to all. i ainenument Hs- the need and however great tlie tion to the But. st-ill it, does a that no one else lmation to do. Applications for dates may be made ju the treasury, the Government can it js {airly 0{ the conditions j does or has an im-imanon to no. at The Herald Office. i no more spend those funds than any departments. It has The officers and members ot the Ar- _ _ t Ai. --k4 j _ _ i ___, i i i WlLn ini" private individual in the country, ex- ris half the season's work lie satisfied with the im- NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF ccpt in so far and for the j is no that- it willjpctus given at last night's STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourtli Mondays in tli2 month. Employers requiring certificated en--jvote with which to begin the gineers, and engineers out of employ-1 season's worfc at the beginning of ment, would do well to communicate i ;the season, but in vain. Ks- with us. Itimates were presented to the House 1 Liniment Co., Limited. EGBERT KEVIN, Chief. within a fortnight oi the opening of authome.s. From tlie opening of the session the Government has been persistent and insistent in requesting Parliament to not cost us another month's lost tiiiK at least. This is part of Canada pays for an Oppositk business in life is to prevent patch of business. took part in P.onlen stated the House had already pass- itli.ition embodying the penal there was any objee- it stamped th UOIl t-U H.-> II- I ffovernment.'s resolution as a. piece, of humbiiii1. iSif thought that it was going too far to censure .such officials and Mr. Lake retorted that in the past censure had frequently Cant. Adams and Capt. Roe GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. tho sessi0n; those estimates have not 13-lyri yct been Not that Parlia- ment objected to tflc estimates in Dr C. W. Sa-ndcrs left on Saturday themselves. The necessity of for an extended tour. Ho i. taking in work Was not ques loned the _ Calgary Fair just now. the the Calgary Fair just now. the amounts asked for waj that he will go east and quit, likely W questioned. The House was time in ply Kept mates at a Gents: T cured a valuable hunting dog of mange with MINAKD'S LTNI- MENT after several vcterinaries had treated him without doing him any permanent good. spend some Pioneer. FD GAGNE, Central Hotel, '04. ;y. Tt is doing real work and has the satisfaction of having visible re- sults of its efforts. The Band is a Th.: 4- n A following are the bandsmen who receiver! the new instruments: Thos. Mills, cornel': Thos. Wood, cornet: Thos. Russcl. jr.. fiifflchorn, Thos. McT.dlnn, tenor: -Ino. Mflddock, ten- or; Ernest Tiokner, baritone; Thos. Russell, sr., euphonium; A. Rosainc, bass. The instruments cost of which has been provided. officials t--iking an active part in pol- itics. When the time came to professions into premier fell back and forgot his great sounding platitudes. There worn hundreds of people in the West who hardly danxl call their souls their own for fear of those officials, this Sir Wilfrid replied that he could not rise to tho heights called for Air. Foster. Me must confess that he Was a poor miserable sinner. Mr. Lake's amendment was rejected, Place Your Work Wift The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald. Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. W. JORDAN, Superintendent Phone 106 ;