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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY. No Rush for Judgeships The Work of the Agriculture D* partmcnt-The Asylum Location Bt*aid's Big Four Blend Java m\M Coffee An.extra Hue blend, and good value for Boarding Houses, Hotels and all parties UBitig coffee in quantities. Nelson ertenee in tho treatment insane ntwl fceb-lo minded advised very strongly against that place on tho ground that tho rlinmtic conditions, peculiar to that region, would Ik- detrimental to the persons affected with nervous troubles, and it would Ins impossible to effect a cure or even an improvement in tho condition of the patients I This is the view of experts ami in [the face of It, it is hardly likely that j thegovemment would choose Mac-; leod. no mutter how much in favor i of that town it iniKht previously jhnve Leeji. Ponoka is the only other ipluce seriously merit idled und it Is 'likely to lie selected. It is located in n well wottded country, is free from violent winds and is not as hitfh nli-I ove the sea level us Mai'lcol. Tho high winds und the altitude are the i factors working ugninst the southern town I'limrose mnil iis\luin but being on a advised the apjieal ugninst tho Alberta Act and, his point of view was upheld by* the Supremo Court Of the Territories, Hut the apiwal taken against this decision to the Supreme Court at Ottawa tvxmlted in the lav as fronted by the Attorney Oj>ncral's department at Edmonton, ns woll as (heir Interpretation of an important clause in the Autonomy Uill upon which the matter, realty hinged, being upheld. Chief Justice Pit/.pat rick, who as Minister of Justice, framed tho Autonomy measure, was one of tho Judges who heard the appeal and he agreed with the construction that hud lieen placed oi this particular clause by the Albert a authorities. This whs Indeed a very flattering tribute to tho ability with which the Attorney (Jeneral's de -partmet>t hero Is lieini? conducted. The deputation wanted to nscer  tain tho standing of medical men who registered In AUwrta suliMkJient to the passing of the Altterta Medical Act and previous to th announce munt of the Judgment of the Supremo Court of Canada. It is likely the 'Medical Council will decide thutthoso kersons who registered again must pass the examination of the Medical Council. The test case practically a rose over this inn Her. The cotrteii tion was made by the Province of Saskatchewan that tho Medical Act of the Territories continued In oper a bit! for the jut Ion until aiuiulkxl by ,the Governor blanch line General's Order in Council ami that MISS L. A. SCOTT it closing out th� remainder of her tpri�| stock of Millinery at reduced prices. At the City Bakery Stand. Opposite the Fire Hall. and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 of railroad forced it out of the race, j tho Alberta Act did not come into i - | effect until the nbilitioii of the Ter- It cannot lie said that theiv is a 1 rltorial Act. Tlie contention of the lively scramble for the district court Alliertn government was that their judgeships. 1'roliiibly it is Itecause act came into force the tiny it was the salaries fixed are not sulllclent to {assented to, and that the Territorial tempt fi lawyer with n goo�l practice'Act was continued -by the Autonomy Five appointments uro to l ".............. , l{ Winter of Calgary, will be 'have |iermitted those persons who Before Retiring registered prior to j Court's judgment, to the Supreme practice. elevated to the Iviich. The names of W. C Si/nmons. M.P.P.. Uthbridge ami Malcolm Mackenzie. Ml'.IV, of a glass of pure beer will soothe the Mm leod. are also mention,*!. The nerves and insure you u i|uiet night's i appointment* win hL. mne j railway, subject to the authority of  ill 'I O  O i" �"�>��� imike the full ople to sig success. Xot on account of the ,e.\hHilt.s of grains, vegetables and ] live stock, however, for if it had de-l�.-mlclo to distinguish u from � well or-i dei\*oriiiK>iital Station would l�e gnsitly appreciated by the farming coiiunuiiity. I>ry fulining will also Ih: folioweomiu  | ion Kx|>erimental farm ut L�;tlrt>ridg�.> i but it is not sufu to say that tho ! Director, \V. II. Pairfleld, will follow |the Campbell plan. Mr. Kuirflold Is n very studious young num. probably the liest trained farmer In Al-UtIii. and 1m is likely to intriMhice souk' tlry furming experiments of his own. Itul it will not do tlie farmer nny harm to keep in touWi with two dillereivt cx|hers seem to lie eager to Jump on the gcvernmont wlwiiever they think an opportunity occurs. \'cry rarely do they acquaint tliemselves with the actual conditions before offering the criticism. This was niade very plain the other day when a Wetuskiwin paper insinuated that thnt city would have to rent a huihlhig in which to hold the hcks -ions of the court on account of the new court house not likely being ready for occupancy within two year's time. There is nothing defln  itc as to when the court house will be completed but the Wetnskiwin paper is away off when it intimates the city will have to liear the expenses of the court sittings. Court hasheen hehl at Wetnskiwin for some time and tho government has paid rent for a ball for this purpose and it will continue doing so until the court house is built and then it will pay for the'maintenance of tlie court house. I'Vluionton is in exactly the same boat as Wctaslclwin. This city hasn't a court house building yet uml the sittings of the courts are held in u rented hall. ROYAL V HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS ores 7o:ao:oTo:o:o;o:oM CANADA'S POPI.LATION. The. Statistics Oillce has ostimatod the population, of Cunuda lust April ob 0,004,000. At the last decennial census tho population was ,1,(171, showing -lu six years an increase of I ,lM!i,.18*>. At. the same rule the population will be 7,oOO,000 ut the census in 1911. lion. Mr. l-'iidoy is administering tho uflaiix uf the IX-purlmont of Agriculture in a highly satisfactory way. Ho is over to tho fore with plans for the improvement of conditions and is anxious to enlighten the (armors with tho most iuuproved methods of agriculture. The travelling dairy, the expert Judges at the fall fairs,the viwit of Trot. Campliell the establishment of a dry farming .station and the proposed tour of on irrigation export all go to prove, that Mr. Finluy is n wide-iiwaku minister. Tho presence of a deputation from the Alberta Medical Council herelast week in regard to tho recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in favor of the Allwrta Medical Act, recalls tho fact that the judgment of tho highest court in the Dominion was a decided trihuto to the At tor -ney llienornl and his Deputy Minister. Such a trained lawyer and parliamun turiun. as Hon. F \V. O. Haultaln A SLANDER ON OUR QIItLS To l-Mitor uf the Herald. Sir,- "Coinpnred to the Canada girl the American girl is far ahead. The t'onaiia girl is well bred and usually well born. Rut she lives where it is cold; she cannot thaw out into good dross and pleasantry. She is more severe than her liondcn sister and less attractive She would be pretty is she could enthuse a littlo. She dresses fairly woll, but she Ik an ice carnival. The Chicago Tribune splutters out that falsehood. We will leave it to W. It. Dobbin, a monvber of the Leth-hi-nlge American colony, to decide If the American girl isn't a prune along side of the Canadian poaches. We know he unl,l suy that we am right for Dobbin is not a biased enough American to becoina an Ananias as tor tho sake of bolstering up the long lost lieauty of his country's women Reliever' in Canadian Ileauty. ClOVICRNMKNT HUVS P1TONRS The AHierta Government has pur chased lite telephone exchange of the Crow's Nest Pass. The Government will Improve the service so as tu make it perfectly up-to-date. The price of rosklence phones will be reduces! to $15 a year. Tho business phones will likely remain ns at present if tho single exchange is contin -ued. This transaction is very im -[loi'tant to the people of the Pass. MINATID'S COLDS, &c. UN1MFJIT QURES Horses and Cattle FOR SALE 140 head of horses, 400 head of cattle. All kinds and all acea. Will send in numbers to stilt purchaser. For further particulars Bee SAM. YOUNG, LwlhbTldge. jy25 FOUND. Ono mule, no visible brand. Owner may have same by proving proporty and paying expenses. Apply LINK'S UANCHE. "12 Mile" Couleo.  P. O. Box 97 Phone 75 We are the only exclusive Hardware in Lethbridge Blq Reductions -IN- Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors -AND- Refrigerators Call and see these special bargains. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN v fioTice ff^ GOOD BARGAINS lit FARM PROPERTY A GOOD Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin <& Matthews, "d Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - s ALBERTA IMP....................................................... i*' 4 91 ;