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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH BRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing leases of Dominion Lands f0r agricultural purposes secured in that portion of tfee Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town- Aip 28 and in the Southwestern por- tion of the I'rovince of Saskatch- ewan. leases shall be for a period not 21 years, and no leaseshall a greater area than 100, OOU acres. Lauds leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel the lessee two years" not The rental chargeable is two j per, acre per annum. A lease be granted an applicant un- less he owns one head of cattle five head of sheep for every GO acres Applied for, and the lessee shall in- crease his stock so as to be in pos- j session at the end oi three years of j one head of cattle or five head of p for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this pr0por- during the continuance of the j lease. Sheep-grazing is pernaitted on only a portion of the tracts above refer- red to. A map showing -the sheep grazing districts may be secured on i application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of 'the Minister of Interior. X. Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid g I FLUE-CLEANING dirty, heart-breaking job. AND FLUE-CLEANING clean, record-breaking THC FLUB DOORS Situated singly over feed door some furnaces. Situated same distance from each other, same distance from feed "Sunshine" Furnace. "SUNSHINE" ADVANTAGE: Operator can easily clean every bit of soot out of radiator. THE OPERATION Fire put out, smoke-pipe pulled on some furnaces. Fire stays in, smoke'pipe stays up on "Sunshine Furnace. Furnace can be cleaned out any time in season without trouble, dirt, or fear of chilling the house." 7 M'CIaryfc LOCAL LADY'S UNTIMELY Miss Helen Hatch Succumbed to Shock While Mountain Climbing An atmosphere of gloom surrounds the entire city today in consequence of the shocking news received last ning of the death at Glacier, B. C., of Miss Helen Hatch, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 31. Hatch. Miss Hatch was an enthusiastic mountain climber and on Friday night last left Lethbridge with Mrs. C. J. Eckstorni and Miss Lucille Eck storm participate in the meet in the Alpine Club at Rogers Pass on the main line of the C.P.K. close to the C. P. E- resort at Glacier. It may be STEAMER RUNS ON ROCKS Halifax, N. S., July Battl line steamer Articola from Manches ter for Miramachi struck a rock ol St. Paul's Island in a thick fog las night and is full of water. The crei was saved. The steamer will likc-1, be a total wreck. SON-IN-LAW KNIGHTED St. Catherines.. Ont., July cablegram has been received by B McLaren, president of the board o trade, announcing that his son-in-law Wilfrid L. Pepton, lord mayor o Leeds has been knighted. CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE New Castle, N. B-, July Donald Morrison, speaker of the New Brunswick Legislature was nom- inated by the Northumberland Con- servatives today to oppose W. S. Log- gie, M. P., at the next federal elec- tions. DISMISSED THE COACH Boston, July C. Lathrop For 20 years coach of the Harvard track team has been as the crimson's coach by the Harvard athletic committee. No reason is as- signed for the change. VANCOUVER JOHN. N.I. HAMILTON CALSUUIY ROOSEVELT TO TALK Terre Haute, Ind., July er Parker, Republican county chair- man, anounced tonight that President Rosevelt would come to Terre Haute for an adress during the coming pres- The McKcOwn-Hick Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta. Water to Flow In the Ditches Block. to noon; to p. m. to p. m. (From Thursday's Daily.) Several parties having inquired of the Herald why ihe irrigation water was not in the ditches, a representa- tive of the paper went to 'the A. R. I. Irrigation Co. offices and was in- 68. Residence 132 formed that the water will be in the DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND StJRGEOlT over Drug Ston; Ffcone Office 125. House 94. to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn ditches tomorrow., The floods last momh did more dam- age to the system than was at first thought and ever since T. M. Evans has bad large gangs working day and night repairing the breakage. While these operations were on it was ne- cessary to shut off the water. It was thought that the water would be on last Saturday but a break near Kipp postponed it. However, the water will Redpath St. cor. Bnrdett. I b'e turned on tomorrow and will be here in a verv short time. Q 7-S p. m. p. m. THE HODGINS' CHARGES Ottawa, July Commons spent nearly nine hours today in holding a post mortem examination of the remains of the charges pre- ferred by Major Hodgins in the na- tional transcontinental railway ques- tion. The Opposition leaders made a vain attempt to cover their retreat in their piece de resistance of the various campaign scandals which they have attempted to exploit this ses- sion by dragging in an extra session mentioned that last year Miss Hatch idential campaign, gained the distinction of climbing the Crow's Nest Mountain. Early last evening Mr. Eckstorni received a message, from his wife stat ing that Miss Hatch had met with a severe accident and the worst was feared. An hour or so later the grav est fears of the family and the friends in this city were realized when Mr. Eckstorm received another message announcing that Miss Hatch had 'suc- cumbed. The telegram intimated that Miss Hatch, had a simple stum- ble evidently while mountain climb- ing and the caused heart fail- ure resulting in her death. The re- mains left Glacier at 12.40 today and are expected to reach Lethbridge on the technical agreements by the tomorrow afternoon On the local engineers of the Grand Trunk Pacific and the National Transcontinental commission in respect to the ques- tion of classifications. 4i. W. S. GALBRAITH, MJXC.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN. SURGEON ACCOUCHER Permits Issued IS YOUR SHIRT COLORED? London, July to The Lancet, the man who wears colored shirts is sloven. The medical jour- nal also declares that colored hand- kerchiefs are an abomination. "When a man finds it convenient to Avear colored shirts1 and is the medi- cal journal's argument, means in Probably no death in the history- of this city has occasioned as much genuine sorrow. Miss Hatch, was a. clever and accomplished girl and was strikingly beautiful. Though of a retiring disposition, every person who knew the young lady admired the beauty of her character and her untimely death has aroused sym- pathy with her heart broken parents and sisters in every circle in the city. Miss Hatch was born in Big Tim- ber, Mont., and was 21 years of age. She graduated from the High School there with ihe highest honors into WILL NOT RUN Carson, Nevada, July Preston who is in the state prison for murder and who was nominated for the presidency by the Socialist Labor party has declined the nomin- ation.1 It is thought he acted on the advice of his attorney as he is will- ing to be a candidate and stated that he fully expected to be nominated. 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. Help to buiid up Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 than if he wore spot-less white ma- The following building permits have I terial. Materials which do not com- roality that he can carry dirt for a j the University of Missoula. She had while longer without giving offence i been living in Lethbridge for the last -r-. i taKen OUT, uunng uie Office-014 Redpath St. Phone 08 cl v o D lick residence> T O Q .uij ui -IUUILII anu Before 9 a.m., 2-o, so comiuctive to her permanent Macleod of Calgary. Tench of Cowley were married. ]adius was married last night j commercial and agricultural standing ceremony was performed by llev. tt. a, in St_ Augustin-s church viz. that Cardston and the district BODY WAS FOUND Kenora, Ont., July body of a man was found floating near the shore of the Winnipeg River, by some small boys, who were fishing near that point yesterday. The remains have been identified as that of A. Foster, an Englishman who is sup- posed to have committed suicide by drowning last June. CANADIAN GRETNA GREEN Windsor, Ont., July -Returns for the half year ended June 30, show a new high water mark for weddings in Windsor, whose fame as a Gretna Green continues to spread, -apparent- ly. From January 1 to July 1, six hundred and seventy-two were solemnized. marriages SOLDIER WINS Must Wait Year and Day, as He Has Lost Ticket Paris. July private soldier named Claret some weeks ago bought a packet) of four lottery tickets, known as a siirnrisp packet, for half a crown. noted the numbers of his tick- ets and then lost the envelope in which he had placed them. Fortun- ately, he had written his' name on the envelope which was found and returned to him at the barracks. But one of the tickets was missing, and that ticket won Claret wrote to the lottery manage- ment and the ticket has been stop- ped. He will now have to wait a year and a day before he will enter into possession of his fortune. C. F. HARRIS Oliver Block, (Calgary Albertan) Tho settlor who is looking for a II. Mowat, M. L., of Lundbryck, as-j RCV. Dr. Coard united j aiong- the A. R. and T. is no mean i suitable district for a place of rcsi- sisted by Rev. Dr. Coard St. m bonds of matrimony Miss j factor in the augmenting and develop dcncc surely be attracted to Barrister. Advocate, Notary PiibliC; Augustin's. The bride was given jAnna 32. Davies and Robert of best interests. There is a' Lethbridge by its exhibits at the away by her brother M. IJ. Made d orinonc[ ot- pjnchcr Creek. Tim bride j ,-ast falling away of that building. Almost everything of Pincher Creek. The grocni: was; charmingly attired in a cream silk j "side-tracking spirit" and "a Lhat anvone could expect in our Al- supported by Mr. Stephen Lund of marquesette with chiffon ruchings and I brighter and bettor manifestation berta climate is grown at Lethbridge; 1'incher Creek while Miss Muriel Mac-, tne cllstomary veil and orange bios-1 that spirit which unites and solidifies! grain of wonderful stiff" straw and HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors BEiginbotliam Block, Letkbridge leod of Lethbridge and Miss Marga-j i ret Macleod of Pincher -Creek, nieces I of the bride were bridesmaids. An- other niece. Miss Margaret Roliinson of Toronto, was maid of honor. J, B. K'obinson of Toronto and J. F. I j Macleod of Lethbridge served as ush- SIORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF jcrs- STATIONARY ENGINEERS j The jrido was charmingly dressed Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- i with a lace robe over white silk. The. md and fourth nonth. Mondays in maid of honor looked very pretty in white mull. Miss Muriel Macleod in soms and carrying a shower bouquet j the. respective conditions in the' nardncss of kernel is to be soeii in the of American beauty roses, was given j various parts. realizes tixhibit. as it is taken from, the bind- away by brother J. I. Davies. The! that her pre-eminence in the south de bridesmaid was the bride's sister, pcnds largely upon the country she j Lethbridge is in the southern part) Miss Olive, who was dressed in Xilo'ha.s to draw to_the country that iS'oi th'j province and tin-re is no dun- Green shadow voile trimmed with tributary to her. It is her boast to- i s'er ol" frosts and during winter pink, and carried a bouquet of car- day that the districts of Cardston, tlie district surrounding the town is nations. Richard D. Robson was Spring Coulee Magrath, not ;tn to many of the Al- groomsman. Little Viva Stirling are contiguous to Leth-: K'rass i" supplying niece of the bride, was maid of ho-: Bridge and to or lesser ex- "u" stock, during the whole sea- nor and looked very cute in a cream j lent centre in 'But Wheat in this district is w silk dress with bonnet to match and ft is growing beyond' advanced, being fully headed Employers requiring certificated en- j white muslin and Miss Margaret Mac-1 carrying a bouquet of carnations and; hopes of its most ardent admir-jhas come froin whilt w111 soon he rineers, and engineers out of employ- lood m whito The bride's! daisies. The ushers were M. A. Don-; Crs and support.TS. "Leaps a.m.ljtumi wheat fields, ready for the bin- nent, would do" well to communicate SoinS away gown was of navy blue nison and II. Nicholson. The cere-; bounds" is rath.-r huokncyed phrase, der- Zmn.ll fruits, are shown by vith us. Panama and she wore a white pic- tnony was performed with full choral yet it very signally defines Lothbrirtge firoca currants on the bushes, fin ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. ture llat- [service, M'r. A. Ely playing the wedd-jat the present time. A bigger Lcth-' strawberries in boxes and raspberries GEO. BRUCE, Secretary.' The ceremony in the TO MARRY A WIDOW London, July Earl of Clan- irty, according k> tin; Diiily is ,n imrry .1 wealthy New York wid- 13-lyr presence .of only the members of the ______I families and a very few intimate friends. After the, ceremony was over a garden reception was held at the home of Mrs. R. K. Sherlock. Bom- RAISE BIG FUND London, July Daily Mail's und for the entertainment of the vis- ting athlctos now gathered here for ,he, Olympic games IDMI reached )00, pas St. The was tho recipient of a. great many beautiful presents, Mr. and Mrs. Tench left on the Spokane Flyer for a short trip to Banff through the British Columbia lakes. Thi-y will reside on Mr. Tench's ranch, a few miles from Cow- Icy. Among tho out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Macleod and Miss Margaret of Finchor Creek, II. F. Macleod of Nelson, B. C., Mrs. C. ing march. with pearls and amethysts, and to tho A. R. f. the maid of honor, an amethyst ring, j tn. has almost. iri'ige means a bigger Cardston last .Year's growth in cans. Some: The groom's gift to (he. liride was vice versa, at least just so long as i green apples can also be seen on thuj a bracelet set with pearls, to interests are so nearly connected j boughs. The show of vegetables; bridesmaid a. locket and chain, set i that double 1-n.nd of stosl Lethliridge is good. Turnips South Alber j carrots of this year's grow t.li are j "nil things in Some of the former arc i The bride received a great many; We live for each other. inches in diameter. If this beautiful gifts. building up of a country is a sort, of! has feature, probab- i After the ceremony, .about fifty i Mutual Improvement, Association. We it coul. as thc supply of this! guests partook of the wedding help c-ach other and that sordid, sol- I mineral around Lethbridge is at the home of the bride's mother jnsh spirit that, cannot look bcyornl! being unlimited. Jiompas St. The young couple left I its own cabin never did much for the Tnc exhibit of the Lethbridge dis- on the morning train for Portage la Prairio and Winnipeg. The bride's going away gown was a handsome suit of green velvet trimmed with Copenhagen blue with merry widow hat. making of common wealths or gives a good yield per acre, building up of new countries. Wo are pleased to note tho change in spirit and action in our neighboring city. It augers well for the good of thc whole community. of the, fields from which the samples were taken yielded 61 bush- els. This exhibit is tastily and has an attractive appearance. When You Want Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Joh 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 yon are not a patroa of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your nest work. W. JORDAN, Superintendent J PhoM 106 ;