Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIOQE DA'ILY HERALD, MONDAY. JULY 12, PAQt FIVE SPORTS Additional Lethbridge Cricket Team Beat Pincher THE CELEBRATED PALMIST AND ASROLOGER VISITS LEHBRIDGE The Pincher Creek cricket team ar- rived in Lutlibridgf. on Friday even- ing and on Saturday played a very enjoyable match with the L. C. C. Last year the L. C. C. journeyed to Pincher Creek and were givtn a good sound beating. This time, however, the tables were turned and' the local team won by a large margin. The Creek team were sent to first and were all put out for 16 runs due to the excellent bowling of Hings and Lansdell. the former of whom took sight wickets for 4 runs. The L. C. C. then went to bat and man- aged to collect 149 runs before being retired, the best scores being Wade 35, Lansdell 34 and Robinson 24. In their second innings Pincher Creek knocked up 45 runs so that the L. C. C. won- by an Inning and 88 runs. best scores by Pincher Creek were 'Tench 15, Allen 11 and Kemmis 10. It is only fair to the Pincher Creek team ,to state tihat the men had had prac- tically 110 practice since last year and that several of their men had to ride distance of from ten to twenty-five miles from their ranches before be- .ginning their railway journey. Lunch was served at the R. N. W. M. P. grounds and an excellent din- ner in the evening was catered to by Manager (Murray at the Alexandra where Vive President Cunning- ham officiated as chairman. After dinner .the two teams enjoyed a smoking concert at St. Augustin's Hall. President Wilson acted as toastmaster and songs were rendered by Messrs. Cunningham, Brunton, Ely, Baillie, Gibson, Carr and Maj- or Belche'r. The scores follow: First Innings, Pincher E. Lausdell 0 O. 3 'T. S. Hings 1 A. C. Hings 0 0. Hings.......... .1 J. Hings 4 J. out 2 C S. Hings 0 H. Hings 0 L. M. out -0 T. W. Hings 0 5 Pincher Creek, Second T. S. Hings 0 H. Lansdell 1 A C Hings.....10 G Wade, bowled Lansdell 11 0. E. Lansdell 0 P. Lansdell 1 J' Hings 0 C. S. and b. Hings.....15 H. out.............- 2 L. M. and b. Lansdell 0 T. W. Lansdell 0 5 Letfhbridjse, First Kemmis, bowled Tench.......................... J. Allen Allen J. B. Belcher bowled Hings Allen out Kemmis, bowled Knight Harris, bowled Baillie Ely_bowled Tench Tench out Extras 45 Total .149 TENNIS The following is tlhe result of the tennis tourney with tlhe 'Medicine Hat club, -which resulted in a win for Lethbridge. by eight events to Ladies' Mers. Wilson, L., won from Mrs.Soans M., Miss Wilson, L., won from Miss Par ker, M., Henderson, L., won irom Miss Mitchell, M. Ladies' Mrs. and Miss Wilson, L., won from Misses Parker and Mitchell, 6-0. Mens Everard, M., won from Harman, L.. Honiball, M., won from Newcombe, L.. McLean, M., won from Barnsley, L., Higinbotham, L.. won from Scans. M., Men's JEverard and Honiball, 'M., won from Harman. and Newcombe, L., Scans and McLean, M., won .'from Barnsley and Higinbotham, Mixed Doubles- Barman and Mrs. Wilson won from McLean and Miss Parker, M. Newcombe and Miss Wilson, L., won irom Everard and (Miss Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Scans, M., won from Seatle and Miss Henderson. Lethbridge.................. 8 Medicine Hat.................. 6 TO BUY RHODESIA London, July Botha is on his way to it is ex- pected that he will open negotiations for the acquisition of Rhodesian ter- ritory south of Zambesi by United South Africa. It is cnderstood that the. Chartered Soutfa Africa Company is willing to sell this territory, and retain Northern Rhodesia for future development. It is not believed, how- ever, that General Botha will offer anything like the sum mentioned iii despatches. Your life, revealed by the hand. What she tells you conies true. She gives advice on all affairs of life. If you are in trouble, or in uoubt concerning some important matter, call and consult lici- at once. It will cost you nothing unless you are perfectly satisfied with what she tells you. Advice on business, love or money you just what you want to know and never asks questions. Prices reasonable and within reach of all. Readings daily from 10 a.m. to 9 SHEPARD BLOCK Next to Alexandra Cafe EATONS NOT COMING WEST a Regina interview, J. C. Eaton, president of the Eaton Co., made an emphatic denial tihat- his company contemplated opening a store at any point west of Winnipeg. COUNTY JUDGES APPOINTED Ottawa, July At a meeting of the cabinet council E. C. S. Huyckc, K. C., of Gobourg, was appointed county judge of 'Peterboro in suc- cession to the late Judge'Welter. NEW FACILITIES TO HANDLE GRAIN C. P. R. Pier Prob- able graphed to immediately commence work on, the plant. C. P. R. officials state that the company will be pre- pared to handle graiii with .dis- patch as soon as the first carload ar- rives from Alberta. (Vancouver Province.) Tin; plant; of the C. P. R. lor. the handling ..of bushels cjx- irraiii Alberta through the port Vancouver this svasvu pruviiif C'Jr a of the waro huuSs- at. the easterly end of Vhi1 companyV on tin- inlet, :ic-; curding f.> in.'uMiiation secured to-1 day. There is exvry probability that in' time the company will construct- atj t'he eastern end of its line of wharv j a pier "similar that recently coro-j pleted at the western end, thp .pier j to be devoted exclusively to the hand- j ling of grain. For the present, how- ever, it is the intention to remodel j shed No. 3, and fit it to receive all the grain which will pass through Vancouver -this year. In the shed will be erected a line of sacking machinery of sufficient capa- city to handle bushels of i grain daily. As fast us ttiis grain! is taken out of 'fiie cars in which. it i arrives from Alberta it will be sacked! and then piled in tiers awaiting ship- j nient. It is stated tlhat the hold-i ing capacity of No. 5 shed will be j equal to a full cargo of wheat- for j the .carrier. The plans for the grain sacking and handling equipment, as well as the necessary remodelling of the wharf warehouse, were prepared in Vancouver by tilie C. P. R., and have been forwarded to headquarters. If they meet with approval- it is pected that instructions will be tele- j Kravonia. ooooooooooo ooooooooooo 0V ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zenda ooooooooooooocooooooo N'EW SCHOOL DISTRICTS The Alberta Gaxt-ttc contains the folluwiuff .notices of tin; creation new school districts in Southern Al- berta: Notice is 'iiorcby given, in accord- ance with' the provisions of 'The School Ordinance in that behalf, that, by order of the Minister of Kduca- tion, the following lauds, namely: Sections 16, 17, 19. 20, 21, 27. 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36, those portions of Sections 15, 22, 23, 25 and 26 ly- ing north and west of the Belly Riv- er, and that portion of- Section 31 ly- ing south of the Waterton River in'. ownship 5 Range 26; and Sections 1 and 12, and those portions of Sections 2, 3, 4, 13 and 14 lying soutE and east of the Waterton River in Town- ship 6 Range 26 west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District under the name of The Lone iRdck School District No, 1993 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee: D. Bliss, Stand- Off. Notice is hereby given, in 'accord- ance with the provisions of The School Ordinance in that behalf, that, by order of the Minister of Educa- tion, the following Lands, namely: Sections 25, 26, 35 and 36, and thQse. portions of Sections 13, 22, 23. 24, 27, 33 and 34 lying north and east of the Belly and Oldman Rivers in Township 9 Rangee 23; and Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Townsfiip it) Range 23 west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erected into a School District No. 2000 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee: R. Urch, Monarch. PROPOSED TAX THOUGHT UNFAIR Kings-tchi July laun dry tax fifty dollars imposed at the instigation of the big white laun dries is likely to be reduced to j or A -big deputation of citizens inter- viewed ithe council, pleading that they were not- treating Chinamen accord- ing to the Golden rule. They claim the tax unfair and un- British. to differ from his opinion. But they 'were old family friends, and he endured with his usual graclousness. Their patron- would hardly have gibed at the word a more notable 'T person. Lady "A. deuced pretty frirt.'" -world generally and Sophy, always of her by that style, and we may-take the, same only the great Earl of The title and estates passed to bis grandnephew, bnt half a million or so of pounds came to her. The air of the household was, stormy that day at incentive to the expedition, not a deterrent, for Lady Meg had she known it Sophy was in sore tried and convicted of insubordination and un- seemly demeanor toward Mrs. Smilker. The truth seems to be that this good woman (Rest her soul. She has a neat, tombstone in Morptagham loved, like many another good creature, good ale sometimes a trifle too well, and the orders she .gave when ale bad been plentiful did not always consent with; her less mellow injunctions. In. npj vulgar directness, but with a sarcasm which Mrs. Smilker felt without under- standing, Sophy would point out these inconsistencies. Angered and humiliat- ed, fearful, too, perhaps thrt her sub- ordinate would let the secret out. Mrs. Smilker made baste to have the first word 'with the powers, and against the word of the cook the word of the cook maid weighed as naught. After small- er troubles of this origin there had come a sort of crisis today. The long- est of long lectures had teen read to Sophy by repeated, slight- ly condensed, by master, then "she was sent away to think :t over. An abject apology to outraged Mrs. Smilker must be forthcoming or banishment was the decree. Informed of this ultimatum, Sophy went out and hung about the avenue, hoping for .Julia to appear. Soon JuLla came and heard the story. She had Indignation IB readiness and, what was more to the purpose, a plan. Soon Sophy's eyes grew bright. Into this storm tossed house came Lady Meg and her gp'arifelaT "This un- kind name, derived at first from' the size and shape of Mr. Pindar's they were large and hung at the been stretched to Include Mr. Pikes also, with small lost of propriety. Both gentlemen were low of stature, plump of figure, hairy on the face; both followed obediently at the heels of commanding Lady. Meg. The ameni-r ties of the luncheon table opened hearts. Very soon the talc of Sophy's iniquities was revealed. Incidentally and unavoidably If Sophy's heinous fault were to appear in Its meas- ure the tally of the Brownipws' olence was reckoned r-nt Mrs. Browm- low won small comfort from Lady .Meg. She got a stiff touch of the truth- "Ran in and out of the drawing she said, "Did she? The truth is, Lizzie, you've spoiled her, and: now you're angry with her for being spoiled." "What is she now, Mrs. asked Pindar, with a sly intention. Was this Percival's deuced pretty girl? "She works in the kitchen, Mr. Pin- dar." "The his eyes to-. Mr. Pikes, "let Lady Meg. see he urged "She has a won- derful .way with girls." don't want to see her. and 1 knovr your game, said Lady Meg- "I'm afraid she must sighed Mrs. Browiilow. Her husband said, more robustly, that such an event would be a good saying re- peated, with the rest of the conversa- tion, by the butler (one William Byles, still to the gratified ears of Mrs. i Smilker in the kitchen. "But I'm not easy about her future- She's an odd child, and looks it" This from Mr. Pindar. "Wjell, I don't know. Striking look- rather say perhaps, Mr. Pin- dar." "Let her go her own way. We've talked quite enough about her." Lady Meg sounded decisive and not a.little bored. "And Mrs. Brownlow made hold to go on for a moment, "such a funny mark! Many people wouldn't like it, Tm sure." V Lady Meg turned sharply on her. "Mark 7 What do you mean? What "A Inark OJ1 her face' A round red the butler to mark." gratified "Big as a threepenny ears of Mrs. bit, pretty said Smflfcer. the squire. "On her cheek." "Where is the asked Lady Met Her whole demeanor tad changed, her bored air bad vanished. "She seemed fair Mr. Byles reports. Then she turned to the Byles: "Find out where that-girl is, and let. me know. Don't tell her anything about It FIl go to her." "But let ine send for began the squire courteously. "No; giw me my own way. I don't want her frightened." The squire gave the orders sbe de- sired, and the last Mr. lyles heard as he left the room was from Lady Meg: "Marks like that always mean some- No doubt Mr. Pindar agreed, but his reply Is lost iBbe girls In the avenue had made their plan. Sophy would not bow sar (To Be Continued.) I d. W. build- er. Special attention to repair .work. OfSce and residence 612 Courtland St. Box 1364. 17S-26 PUBLIC NOTICE THE SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA We are Giving Away free samples of Call and get a bottle, and_ be convinced of its ties as a FurniturePoiish Sold in 2oc and 50c bottles by Hayr Bras. 15 P. 0. loi 27 Daily Herald Market Place you have aaythinf to idl or to rest place it this column. If you want anytbini use this column. 25c one Insertion 6 insertions for SI FOR FOR SALE-3 1-a x 3 1-2 camera and complete 14.60. C. West- ley, c-o Herald office. dh SITUATIONS VACANT Coal Bett LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut a ton. delivered or 31 at mine All coal sold C.O.D. Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View _ Prompt delivery guaranteed j Sittings of Supreme Court of i Alberta, both foanc and for the and criminal, and j for the hearing of motions and other j civil business, ;will be held at the following times and places: En Bane Place: Dates: 2J.st Sept., 1909. Tuesday, 15th 'March, 1910 i 14th December, 1909 Tuesday, 7th June, 1910. j For Trial of Civil-non-Jury Cases j Edmonton and i Tuesday, 5th October, 1909 i Tuesday, 2nd November, 1909. Tuesday, 7th December, 1909 Tuesday, '1st February. 1910 Tuesday, 1st March, 1910 j Tuesday. .5th April, 1910 I Tuesday, 3rd May, 1910 j Tuesday, .7th June, 1910. I For Trial of Criminal and Civil Jury i Cases Edmonton and Tuesday, 19th October, 1909 Tuesday, 15th February, 1910 j. May, 1910. For Trial of All Civil and Criminal I Cases I 5th Oct., 1909 f Tuesday, '5th" April, 1910. Red 10th Nov. 1909 1 Tuesday, 10th May, 1910. i Medicine 12ct Oct, 1909 12th April, 1910. 23rd Nov. 1909 Wednesday, 25th May, 1910. 26th Oct. 1909 j Tuesday, 26th April. 1910. j S. Br WOODS, i Deputy Attorney General. DATED at Edmonton, llth June, 1909. BUILD NEW TIPPLE AT BELLEVUE Blairruore, July Lyons returned jubilant from Calgary this morning Ms mare "Bosalta" having; won the f-mile dash., against the fast est horses in Western Canada. The West Canadian Collieries Co. are outlaying: on their rune at Bellevue, most of the expenditure being for a fine steel tip- ple, y for the -ab- ove coicpany returned this morning oil the, Spokane Flyer Ohio-and other points in the States" where he. j has been for the past few weeks on business for the company, presumably with regard to the above outlay at Bellevue. The South Fork Drilling Outfit are spending building a. wagon, road up the South Fork for the pur- pose_ of hauling up their seventy-five tons of -drilling machinery. Mr. D. the party chiefly interested, is at present staying in Pincher Creek awaiting developments. or Woman, my i South African. Veteran Bounty Land ;Certificate issued.by the Departmentot Interior; Ottawa; good for 320 any Dominion Laud open for tentry in Alberta, Saskatchewan 01 j Manitoba. Any person over 18 yearg, iinan or woman, can acquire this land iwith this certificate. For Immediate 'sale, Write or wire, L. E. (Telford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, (.'Ontario. 165-26 servant. Good wages paid. Apply to Mrs. J. H. Wai lace, Burdett St, City. 177-3 girl for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D, Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs. Hick, corner Crabb' Courtland Sts. 174-0 OR horse double cylioder low engine, complete. Nearly 33. eood as new. Apply to W. H. Pres-. .ion. New Dayton. 173-6 JFOE "Jewel" range in good condition. Price Can be l seen from 9 a.m. till 2 o'clock. Ap- ply Mrs. J. Tuff, next Stacey Lumber Co., North Ward. 1-4-6 competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Galbraith, 914 Bedpath St., City. 175-0 A furniture for sale. Good location for roomers or i boarders. Party purchasing same can house. Address P. 0. Box 355, City. 174-S general servant wanted. Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251 Duffenn tit. 177-3 good general servant; one who will take care of a baby in the afternoon. Apply Mrs. Furman, Round St. 178-3 SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION young lady, English, wants position, child- ren's nurse preferred. Good needle- woman. Apply 408 Bartlett St., or Miss Woodyard, general delivery. -176-6 POSITION young man- experienced clothing and furnishings salesman, wants a position in Lett- bridge. .-Address Box X., Herald. 76-6 FOR SALE-Small tent and .Yost Barthol- omew. Box 591 P.O., Lethbridge. 75-O FOR parlor suite for sale. Apply at two-storey yellow house on -Barnes St., North 176-6 TOR mower, prac- 'tically new. Apply A.: and Z. S. Rip- ley, office 8, Macdonald Block. 76-O MISCELLANEOUS WANTS If YOIT WANT A LAWN FENCE- See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence 160-26 gram lowest quotation Kl Devine, Tar' 174-6 SITUATION engineer AW on steam plough. Considerable WAN wanted by gentle-, ience in that, line of engineering. modern centrally lo- ply Box V. Herald office. 177-6! witn or without Aboard. Write F J: ,P. O. Box 251, 17-1-6 POSITION Slav girl, slight knowledge of English and some experience working for Eng- lish speaking people. Apply Box A. M., Lethbridge. 177-2 WORK the day by young woman Experienced, Apply Miss Winnie Scott, Lethbridge, Alta. TO RF.NT. OR shop in hriving town of. where lots "have been for sale the -last two be vacated 18th of July- Person whp rents; to supply tools. 1st come, P. Jr De Marce, '166-26 raw, and im- proved in Lethbridge and districts. Apply stating price and terms. The Wick-Harrison Land 'Co., Ott Block, City. 177-6 LOST, Granum. Alta., June, 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, 'no brands., weight about lilpO, both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white.hind ifood. One dark white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Alta.; 154-0 0 RENTjjA two front offices possession'; Apply at Wfir-- A. Ott. 1724) TO house, close-in, until Sept. 15. Apply 514 Glyn St., :or Box 203. 173-6 TO shacks for rent, near corner of Westminster Road and Lo'n- vdpti 'Apply R.-.V. Blb'ck. 174-6: For .ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts f Money Orders Letters of Credit Bank Department tcthbrtige Branch CoftMale Block, St. Sale Planing Mill. Sash and Door Factory, and Lumber Yard, centrally located. Factory of solid brick, equipped vrith mod- ern machinery doing an A! business. The site in- cludes thirteen lots, nearly one and one-half acres in the business section of the city of Letbbridge. Sickness in familyj only reason for selling. For price and terms Apply to WILLIAM OLIVER At Factory Office CITY LOTS FOR SALE FOE hundred residential lots located on Westminster Ed., smooth and level. Well located to ad- vance rapidly in value. Prices are right and terms reasonable. Don't de- lay investigating as they will not last long1 at the price and terms we ire giving. Apply (JaMn. Hatfiield, Room 4, Imperial Bank. 178-1 homestead of John Dick, Esq.., in Township East 1-2 of 33-6- 11; 1 bay horse branded lazy S on right shoulder; 1 browri mare (S on near shoulder; :1 bay yearling colt with rope on neck. reward .will be paid for information .that will to'recovery. 173-6' watch Si, be- tween Gray's Hardware and Higin- drug store; Movement: No. '12449438. Case No. 370876185 Elgin 15 'jew.elt Suitable reward" at Herald.74-6 TOR room cottage, city wa- ter, electric light, close in, per month. Apply Box 10, Herald. 177-6 TO- July the ,15th, nicely-..-furnished front room in mo.defh suitable for two gentlemen with-or vrithout board. Central. Apply Box S., Herald. 177-6 HOUSEKEEPINGf In new block on Bound.St., complete- ly furnished for housekeping, and .in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for one, two or three months after August 1.. Apply by letter J. B. K., post- .office box 448.. .177-0 TO on 'Crabb 'St. be- tween Bompas .and Courtland. Apply at A. Rochon's, Crabb St. 77-2 TO stable on Crabb St. opposite Hill Block, possession im- mediately. Apply C. B. Bowman, Agency, fos.t Omce Jtslock. 17S-Q dark -bay -team oi horses, branded EC on left shoulders. One has white spot on'forehead and one split ear.' Lost on Sec: 17, T. 7, R. Apply to" Wm. Noguara, Everyman, city 175-4 Bay store- and Bompas 'St., a point lace bon- net and trimmings.. Please return to Mrs. Geo. McNabb, or 'Herald office and oblige. 176-3s 'brown buckskin pony, brand ed T Compass on right shoulder. Car-.. ried new halter. Reward forteturn to Sid. Russell, Wood; r 176-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE ROOMS WANTED ROOMS having rooms to rent for next week, leave address of same at Brown Amusement offices on Rouna have 312 people to take care of. 176-0 LOANS FAlRM Life Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Wm. secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 oclock, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge, Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. KOLFSON, 153-25 Architect. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed, addressed to J. H. Fleetwood, of the Board of Education, up to 6 o'clock p.m., of Tuesday the 26th" day of July 1909, for the erection and completion of a four room addi- tion to the Westminster School. Leth- bridge, Alberta. A certified cheque to the amount of five per cent, of tender must accom- pany each tender, which will be for- feited if the contractor fails to enter into contract with the Board. Tenders will be received separately for the heating and plumbing. The lowest o'r any tender not neces- sarilv accepted. The plans and specifications may be seen at the office of WM. T. WILLIAMS, Architect, Room 10, Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. ERNEST nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work in garden. Mac- h'pth St.. Xorth Ward. FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR roomed house, cor. Orabb and Courtland, new and strictly modern. Apply J. McDiar- strictly modern. Apply S. J. McDiar- mid. 176-6 the retura to my place of bay mare branded JFP on right hip, white strip1 in face, shod. 1 mare'branded FF on right hip and also plus sign over A on left shoulder and hip. 1 'bay mare branded MC on right hip, shod. Alii had halters Sherman Hewitt, bay; horse, branded 5 on left jaw. One brown horse, brand- ed NT on left hip. Owner can-have same by callinff at N.E. 1-4 -Sec. 18 Tp. 12, R. 19. H. Herrick. 178-6 FOUND July lady's parasol on Baroness Road. Owner can have- j .by calling at Herald office. FOR new fully modern eight roomed house in central loca- tion, easy, terms. Apply to owner, first house west of ball grounds on Brunton St. 178-6 FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house, on River bottom near new bridge. Best place ir town for keep- ing cows and -chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. and I. Shops. 178-4 LANDS FOR SALE FOR acres of choice-land, 2 1-2 miles from good town, all fenc- ed, 160 acres in wheat and oats, (pur- chaser gets 60 acres good prai- rie meadow, 220 acres will be sown to winter wheat this season. This all goes at per acre, with per acre cash and the balance one half crop payments with interest at 3 per cent. Apply to the Canadian Real Estate Company, Room 9, Bryan Block, or Box 387. Lethbridge, Alta. 176-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno aole bead e! a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead of available Dominion, land in toba. Saskatchewan or applicant must appear in pmn LANDS FOR half thir- teen in three fifteen, price per acre, terms. acres on New Wey- burn road, in six fourteen, price per acre, on terms, or per acre with eqaity out. All selected lands. Apply Owners, Box P, Herald Office. 176-6 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND use telephone at 621 Round St. 173-6 BOARD AND a strictly modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart- lett St. 178JS the Dominion Lands Agency_OT a Agency for the district." hf proxy may be mads-I at sny ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader may lire within nine miles of bis home- stead on a farm of ;at least 80 asrsa solely owned and occupied by him oi by hie father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sieter. In certain districts a homesteader in good may pre-empt a j quarter-section alongside his j stead. Price' per acre. Duties, -Must reside six months in eaett of six years from of homestead 'entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra, A homesteader who hat exhaurtw homestead right and cannot Uain a pre-emption may take, a pwr- chased homestead in certain i Price per acre. reside six months in each of wse years, cultivate fifty acres a home worth W.W.COKY. Deputy Minister of the cl advertiserr ?nt will not l lot.