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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TO 0 Ttw tele Government oikered in Government, took office, iu accord a policy, and discontinued' of making land grants to raitvay But, of course, it tud to observe the obligations enter- into bjr xU predecessors, and those were outstanding when it took it has had to carry out. all the. lands capable of being Of Interest to women earned, under the terms on which they were granted, have been earned; v cod the lands v have been, transferred A land g raot of acres per mile v was originally offered the building ,of a line of railway from the Sas- River to Hudson Bay, but thoufh the Canadian Northern Rail- way company obtained a charter for A PICTURE OF COKTENT you here do lady steeped to the hps. m a glass ol our delightful Soda, with a fine stock of PUREST CONFECTIONERY within reach. Come in and refresh yourself also. Our Parlors are al- ways at your service, and no thirsty traveller is sent away unsatisfied. Our famous Soda isn't the usual MIXED MUSTARD PICKLE One quart green tojut toes, green peppers, one quart small on bead cauliflower, two celery, all cut into pieces. One quart cucumbers sliced, if small onea are not obtainable. Mix all with one cup suit, let stand all night, co- ver' with fresh water, let scald about ten minutes or uutil tender, stir of- ten to avoid burning, drain. For dressing add one-third cup sugar to one quart boiling vinegar, four tab lespoons mustard, half cup flour, one the it has not'built this sic-j a'ud tot ii got ai ihzit." It's [tablespoontumeric. Mix with tiou of the line. The Government is a skilful combination of flavors, vinegar. Stir all into boiling haw ftlfet, culverts built, UM> road where and all rgmaiiW m vo fill up a wasftout or two on the end aad remove 'or cover k that U a irtlU too MAT to the olfactory ivcrvwi and a pleasant drive may be enjoyed by A. L. Roy Coleman now proposing to finance such an un- dertaking by creating an additional of x revenue out of the of pre-emptions to homesteaders IK the central prairie provinces, and is ap- parently, an extension of ,a simjlar, aroa across the interna- tional boundary. The stretch of country, outlined in the bill contain- ing this proposal comprises districts that have regular and sufficient rain- fall, and districts where the condi-j tions are intermediate between the dry and: the moist. From the area, outlined in the bill, the, railway companies have selected some acres in satisfaction of t i their land grants, but there renwxin acres available -to home- steaders and pre-einptiens, A man who takes up a homestead of 160 acres will be able to have reserved the adjoining 160 acres for his future use. This reservation is what is called pre-emption. In order to pre- empt he will have to pay a fee ol and then, at the end of three years, he will have to commence pay- ing for the property. His first pay- ment will be one-third of "the price of the pre-empted land which is to be sold at a rate of ?3 an acre. The railway to be built from Pas on tha river to Hudson Bay, will be 500 miles, and this, at the liberal estimate of a mile, would work out at The additional revenue thua provided is more than enough to meet the cost of the Hudson Bay railroad and no matter under what arrangement it built will, therefore not cost Eastern Canada a cent. The scheme will con fer two benefits on Canada: First, i will open to settlement on advamag eous terms a large tract of land which would not be attractive to settlers a skilful combination of flavors, crushed fruits, genuine cream and Soda. Here's to you. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor THE GREAT SOUTH (Calgary Albertan.) If we limit what is known as South- ern Alberta to that district south of Calgary, which is far from accurate, the building of the Calgary-Leth- mdge railway means a second South- ern Alberta, with all the richness of meaning that'is within that golden term. Southern Alberta really means that district where the- wheat .hrives, which extends some distance north of the Calgary line. The dis- trict; which, will be opened up by :he new line, is a typical Southern Alberta district, as rich as that through wbich the Calgary and Mac leod road in a general way' the very .same district. The Albertan is informed "that tak- ing a district "of about 35 miles uroad, which this road will serve, that the entire district to be opened up by this new line will be something over one and a third million acres of land. Estimate that every acre produces 25, bushels of winter whent or some such grain, what the "pen- ing up of this country really means. It is only a matter of a short time when tributary to the Calgary anc1 Macleod road, one million, acres of the best land that the sun shines upon will be under cultivation. And before the second half of the second decade of the present century, the two railways running from. Cal gary there wil.lbe two million acres in winter wheat. That means trur tables, mix well, put into glass can or earthen jars, hot. Mix mustard smd sugar, smooth with nour to avoids lumps. STUFFED SALAD, Chop to a paste enough cold chick- en and veal to a half-cupful, add one teaspoon chopped parsley, two teaspoons melted butter, half- teaspoon salt, a. little pepper and the beaten yolk of one egg. Rub till well blended. Cut six hard boiled eggs in half lengthwise, rub yolks with chicken mixture, shape inti balls, put in next of lettuce and serve with dressing. CLAM FRITTERS One pint flour, one small baking powder, two well-beaten CJ one-half pint milk, one-half pint clan liquor. Beat until smooth, then in clams. Fry by dropping spoom'u in hot lard. The clams iuu.' chopped if desired. USES OF BURLAP Next to leather itself, nothing i more useful for covering, shirt-wats and other utility boxes than burlap Then too if the color selected ha) mpnizes with the color scheme n! th room, it combines beauty with fulness. The edges of the box bushels ot winter wheat or some such valuable grain every year. Think what that voli mean opt only to Lethbridge and Calgary, but to the towns along the line, for yy- ery town along the. C." E. (Th- responsible for MCMOjIMtod Uy tht writ's base who love such exercise ami Lthgrwi-ft puhUcikioi will _ 1-BdHor.) Mrs. Kennedy, wife of'Mr. Kennedy, yard boas at the mint, started last night with her two Uttte girls for a trip to Nova Scotia, -She expects to be gone a of months und during that time will uot only visit her parents at West- villa' in Picton county but friends in Sydney and other parts of the pro- vince. We are glad to ehroniclu -CoUiinan. July Kdgar Ash left for Minneapolis wher -ilt uave an artificial leg adjusts y the experta there. It will be that some months ago Mr. Ash with aii accident in, the mine hero that cost ight Wf only about four inches be- ng left-below the knee. For a time too His life was in danger. Skillful nursing and care brought him through all right however and the company has very generously agreed to pay the expenses, incurred toward providing him with an arti- ncial legv Hence this trip. The lecture on Wednesday under the auspicea of the C. E. Society by Mr. Waters .in. the Presbyterian church was a very' interesting one Indeed, subject was South Africa, us he had aeeri it himself, and was ..well given and splendidly illustrated by lantern' views. Cotemaa dirt mot fail to_send her quota to see Norris Rowe's circus at Blair-more .on Thursday and good it .was. Thuy went. b> train, they horse, they went afoot, and there "being no train west after 12 o'clock noon, many returned home on. on foot. But however they went or returned none-regretted going for it was a good-show. Mr, Oswin, who for some months past has been filling the position of clerk with the -Coleman Hardware Co.. has severed his connection with the success of especially of the genuinely worthy. Among .the lutiiu' may be classed Boat, who has had charge of the 41 Meat store in Colemuu for a year or more past. Mr- Boat has promoted to the -position of District Manager for the sphere-of his juris- diction -extending from Michell to Hamilton. He will .reside after this in Blairmorc, that place being-more central than Colemon. We be sorry to part with so good a citit Mr. Day, lately in charge of the branch in Michell has taken Mr. Ikmk's place in Coleman. To Editor of Daily Herald, V '_ e Dear Assuming that some of your hutnerouu readers may be in- terested in soiue of the watering-plae- eg of "Sunny Alberta" and may ba speculatiuf retarding __A __ desirable spot in which to take summer out- ing where needful rent and quiet can be eifloyed. "L the- liberty of Neil tbe you will-get sjs Up-to-date Hair Cut A CUmn, Shavi A Shanpoo forwarding you linej. To such deiiriug such a place there are we venture to say, tew spots which greater -thaii the "Kook-oays" by--which we mean that succession of Jskes