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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Summer months are BOVR1L months, A cup of BOVRIL with a biscuit gives all necessary nutriment when meat is not relished. Try a little BOVRIL in your canned meats. six years from date of entry, the re- j being, as in the case of home; stead, six mouths in each year on: each. The pre-empted quarter sec- j tion has to be paid for at the rate-: of an. acre, one-third in three years from the date of receipt Of pro- emption fee. ar.d the balance in live, equal tinmuil instalments with inter-. Cot ut per ccfit. though the pre-' cmptor has the option of payment in full on completion of residence and cult ivjitioti One Child Cured of Summer Complaint and Six Cured of CraBIDS liy Half a Bflttle Of Hon- Frank Oliver-Sets Forth the Reason for DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY. the Pre-emption Privilege i ln elaus Mrs. Wm. Flewelling, Arthur, Ont.. explaining the .preemption of iho new land bill in the House of Commons, Hon. Frank Ol- iver dwelt at some length on the need It. will Urns he seer, that the pro-' says: "I find it much, pleasure to Of H acre farm. Fart of ud- provision is recommend DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF j js as follows: great importance. Settlers wishing' WILD STRAWBERRY as a grand cure for the system of surveys o! to take advantage of 'it. must go to Summer Complaint. My little boy. one tju> Xorthwe-st was first undertaken, year old. was very bad with it, sad a lew nur was far in advance, doses cured him, I also used :t on my 5 the west and north, of any other six children for cramps, and still j in the adjoining United States, lu tlie United States the 160 the less desirable localities. 1 cannot o FEATURES OF NEW LAND BILL The chief feature of the hill ;s the have half the bottle left, provision enabling homesteaders to praise it too much." an acre. Hawse 23 of the Act mak- DR. FOWLEK'S EXTRACT OF ILD ju tjie prairie states of the acre farm which hud been adopted iug this provision reads as follows: STRAWBERRY is the greatest Of all cures Any person who obtains a hom'e- for all bowel complaints such as Diarr- stead entry under the provisions of hoea. Dysentery, Colic. Summer Cora- this act, but, owing to the absence plaint, etc. of available 'and adjoining his honie- stecd is prevented from exercising his right of pre-emption unuer the next preceding section, or has obtain ed entry for a homestead under the Beware of imitations and substitutes sold by the unscrupulous o! dangerous to your health. dealer for are Price 35 cents. (Winnipeg Free Press.) It manufactured bv The T Mil- Some time ago the Free Press pub- _a nomestead under ,he lished an abstract irom the Provisions 01 Copter 01 the re- ions of LonU Bill, which has OT i vious act in thai behalf, and is pre- 'ust passea parliament and is to be- i c i itma ,1- Prevented from obtaining a pre-emp- come law on 1, oui, for tion under the preceding sectiQn oR- the mrtaer miormation ol tne read- l ers it herewith publishes a fuller sura mary with'.i map showing the area to'wliich the'pre-emption and pur- chased homestead provisions apply. The map is the area us finally de-. iermined by parliament adding some 20 townships to the area f-.-rr.M la the bill as originally introduced Ail the odd numbered sections in the map, however, are not open for pre- emption or purchase as homesteads; be necessary to note i he visions carefully to avoid uiisinii'.. r- standing and possible dtsapi-'i'-t- oients. NO FREE SECOND HOMES iK.-VuS There lire many cur; rent as to the nature and scope the new bill- One of'the most wuio-i iy spread ol these is the which has got into the heads of thousands of people- that anyone who has com-1 pleteu his homestead duties is entit- j led, under the new att. to enter for a. second homestead if he wishes to. There is no such provision, however, either in tke bill us introduced last year or in the bill which passed session. The provision Toi' second honie- steadiag is the same as in tne old is open only to "Lose wio have completed their homestead dut- ies by June 2. 1339. The person who has not hitherto honiesteaded, but who now wishes to apply for a homestead will have' a much wider choice than formerly be- cause of the and even numnered sections owned by the government. are now open for homestead entry. The renu.irettieti.Li for homestead en- ing to the absence of available land adjoining his homestead, or has ob- tained entry for a homestead prior to tile passing of this act for which he has received or become entitled to CHIEF JUSTICE letters pnu-at: or has otherwise hausteci his riirht to entry for a free homestead under the provisions this act. after the issue of pat- ent for his homestead, or upon com- pleting the requirements requisite to obtaining Jet UTS patent therefor, to the- satisfaction of the agent of Do- minion Lands ;or the district, as pro vided by this act, or by regulation or order nuicle therf-under, obtain ea- was adopted by us in our West ern prairie as well In Ontario a 100 acre farm was the siiuuhu'd, and prob- ably that is the ease in the eastern part of the United States; but they did not consider 100 acres sufficient in tiiv prairie state and they adopted 160 as the standard. Our survey of the West was based upon the idea i thai 160 acres is the proper size for I a prairie farm, and the experience of i the older settled portions of our i western prairies, shows that to be i the proper size. i But natural conditions change i somewhat as you go further west. In Iowa and Minnesota a 160 acre I farm is 2 fair sized farm; but when i we get to' Nebraska and Dakota 160 j acres cease to bo sufficient, according who sow without ploughing! ,u but my hon. friend will not, up here say that that is tlK- br.-t fay to raise fall wheat. 1 iuive seen swing winter wheat even in October in the southern part if the prairie country, in the district :iuu may hon. friend (Mr, Herrou) represents, anil, possibly these men a i-rop. Hut knows they have! ao right to get a crop, sowing their j grain at that time of the year. They j are depending simply on Providence j and not on their own judgment orj swill. What I say is that in praciica, in the westr-rn part of the country j where the rainfall is uncertain, in order to make a farm successful two j acres are as necessary as one acre is where the rainfall is certain. Will Encourage Now, the need of a farm of 320 acres in our prairie west 'has been met. so far, by tlu- possibility of the settler who has siomesteaded a quar- ter section purchased the adjoining quarter section of railway land. It is because of the possibility of his doing this that we have, been able to attract from the United tSates such largf numbers of well to do farmers who would not be satisfied Calgary. most inter-! estinir rase heard before the recent was the appeal against the decision of Chief Justice Sifton. convicting K. Clarke of conspiracy in con- nection with the AH-erta Lumber Dealers" Association. The argument was. raaOe for the try as a purchased homestead for plaintiff by R. B. Bennett. K.C.: any available quarter section open while S. B. deputy attorney- for entry in the manner'set forth in general, presented the cape for this and upon payment, of a fee of ten dollars for which a receipt shall 'n form P. nuoh quarter section shall be entered in the books of the haul office and in the returns of the aarent as been so entered after he (a) resided the quarter tion so entered for six months wit n a farm of 160 acres, people who tanned a large scale in lo-1 FLUE-CLEANING ditty, heart-breaking job. AND FLUE-CLEANING clean, record-breaking job. THE FLUE 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 some furnaces. Fire stays in, smoke-pipe stays up on "Sunshine Furnace. can be cleaned out any time in season without trouble, dirt, or fear of chilling the house." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG wa. or Minnesota, who sell their lands The McKcCWn-Hick Hardware Co., at big prices and come to our cr.un-j _______....._ VANCOUVER I ST. JOHN. N.B. I HAMILTON I CAUSAJIY jthbridge, AJta line between Canada and the United tates in the west, the same natural conditions which require a farm to 1 large area, where they farm at a be of a large, area in the more west- j satisfactory profit. These men were ern provinces of the United States operate in our own prairie west. In the states where the 160 acre f.-irmsja free quarter section, anil, adjoining are the standard, there are adequate it, what they considered a cheap I regular rainfalls, and it is possi- to crop the rich prairie, land from rear to vear without cessation. But quarter section of railway land. That fact has had a very material effect hi the settlement of our country so vj nee. The as settlement spreads westwards into j far as it has gone. But I have said j the eountrv where the rainfall is not case was read this afternoon at o o'clock by 31r. .Justice Harvey. The decision of the trial judge was sustained in the judgment being con- so regular, it was found that the at- tempt to crop the land every year re- te the House that we bar acres of railway land, and we have j disposed of about acres of! setting no crop at all during! homestead land. The choice of the; the drv seasons. A different system y such person, r.nd in hy Justices Scott ami Beck i of }iac} then to be adopted, Mr. .Justice Stuart rendered ano- ;uld the farmers adopted the method judgment which practically ar-i.sf pianting oniy one-half their land i each year and summer fallowing the in r'ved at the same conclusion. i each of the three years subsequent to The following decisions will be So that instead of having handed down later by the court: to piough his land in the spring, after had meited.. and the frost the date of such entry, (b) cultivated fifty acres thereon. Preference in re Jos. Hicks, nay.ris- lhe 5 (c) erected a house of a value of 1er- Whitmore vs. whit more, appeal come out ol- ground. and then ut Jcast thive 'hundred dollars there- cost: King- vs. C.P.R.. on informa- into loosened homsteaders has been very much that of the railroader. That is the rail- roader chose what he thought was j the best part of the country, that ly-j ing between the dry prairie to the south and the wooded country to the north, and the homsteader has done E. I Wood Istiinates Tk He Will Likely Start One There No Railway Lands to Buy i So. to a great extent, the even-; igures 1 ell Of Our Growth tion of E. C. MacDonnell. re an al- which the spring xvinds had numbered sections in the country of r such Jaii'l on the term forth, he .shall en- patent the land infringement of the Lord's out_ wlth result tnat in dry- Act: stated case. Calgary vg. Greir- ;-ear3 :nere was no crop, he was able, or-v- In- summer fallowing the land, to I the following spring PEICK OF riTvCHA-SED STEAPS The of the is try are practically the same under! acrer payable one-third at the time the new as under the old .she is made and the balance in for six months in each ol three two equal annual instalments, with years and oz-ection of a habitable interest at cent. If the pur- house. The area to be cultivated is chased homestead is within nine not Jt is to be such "as! miles railway land jrrants are settled The past year is admitted to have one of th- most unfavorable in the- hisiory the West. A city under the conditions would do well to hold its own. Tiie following figures show what Lethbridge can do in an. off year. Where i? then1? a-city in the West that can. show the same per- centage.- of increase in assessment. it would be difficult to predict what tiie increase will b- on the roll of A walk or a drive around the city reveals the fact that there is a remarkable amount of building be- ing done. Th-' unvarying remark of the traveller is "There is more doing in your city than in any other I Cardston. July Com j have this year." Count the ;k and heard number flf business blocks that are Klissioa here this by homesteaders, and today, if we' expect any great influx of settlers, i just as soon, as the snow had gone j the. land intervening between the odd- and before the frost had left the j numbered sections of the railway p-ouncl: and as the land had not been j land grant, the new settlers must disturbed, the dry winds of spring j largely go into the prairie of the south i the evidence of Thos. '.H. Woolford. going up thi? year, add to this the J. Wood. J.eavitt. A. i though there still remains some oij Smith. H. A. Pilling. a.nd A- "S. Har ris. They all claimed that the cost of producing hogs was cents "incl that was the best price the buyer could not take away its moisture, and the result was a good crop. But he attempted to crop his entire or into the wooded country of the orth. If they go to the prairie land would offer. A price of 6 cents would "ike the producer a profit. of the where there are no odd-1 E. J. Wood intimated that he pro-. number ol re.strlences nnd th.-.' increase in values and esumatf the increase in next assessment. Do not be afraid of placing it too high. Assessment for Total municipal P. P. School C. S. School is satisfactory Co tne Minister." 'me reason for this is that some farms iniiy proswzit greater diiliculty in clearing brush ur sione than others, and allowance, is made in adminis- iia-se facts. Residence on the farm of a relative within nine miles of the liomestead is accepted by the Act as un the stead, fjiii'irv the of tlie homestt-MUvr to uj tent within vearw of the date of the original homestead the residence conditions not appjy. Tu Summarise: 'i he new is. the' person honiesteading for the first a ho.'iisjsteud and pre-emption if he homesteads in i limited an.-a in which pre-emptions are granted: or he will be entitled to j purchase a secoi.d homestead after se ,-u.n, wi I curinLr tiile for his present home-- for letters pa- i ls henc, i Tho jjcrson who has already had a! homestead will be able to buy a sec-! ond homestead for S3 an acre, sub- ject to settlement conditions, m the in a year. Intario Honored by Prince of Wales farm every year he could not get any! numbered sections in the hands ofjPosed going into the pork packing iho railway companies, they must be business at Cardston. Ho said that to one-quarter section believed he could make it pay. He l-rs r.ther principle nr' figured that if he paid the farmer 6J Total municipal de-dine" with our lands.! cents for his hogs he could put the cessful fiTJTivation in Dakota our i 0 to anfi if he paid Sc. to the farmer ho DRY FARMING i i- tlr. r-.- are today ol acres oi lana uncor sue- j urivation in Dakota our; i west- if-n or nn i were practically given i suitable, simply because, people did i not know how to farm it. But it Assessment for P. P. School C. S. Schoil that part the country. We sure he could sel1 to thc eon" up as t-nat tha conditions there, for IGc. At the present time ing such as I have described, a 3231 when Jic. is the prevailing price for acre farm is one of fair average size j hogs, the consumer has to pity 21c. ds to reason that- if a man can and is years entry makes his right 10 the home- stead liable to forfeiture. PR E-EMPT i 0 X I'l-iO VI .S IO .VS The preemption and purchased homo; area set forth on the map- If his stead provisions apply only to the homestead is on the pre-oniption area are specially set apart as shown on he in or the js'or does 'it apply tu all j ing. but as the price is U.e .same, it the public land in this area. The comes to pretty much the same thing .territory is further limited. j It is the provision for the purchas- :First no township is open for pre-i ing of second homesteads that is oi eruption or purchased homesteads un-j direct interest to the farmers of the til it is designated as available for j three provinces, these purposes by the governor-gen-j The new law is effective eraHn-council. which means, iri the Minister of the Interior. Pre-1 sumably. the ffovernment will an- j SOLD LIQUOR ON nounce at an earlv date the town-; ships which ure thus open. COMPANY'S LOTS There is a second very important provision applies to pre-emp-i tions, but not to purchased, home-1 interesting lawsuit steads. The right to obtain pre- any township in which eight have been accepted by anv road company as part of is The provisions practically co, the right of pre-emption to i.'-o desirable townships. In e ship there is 10 odcJ-numb.2r.jd sec-1 hy selling liquor on a lot purchased tions that have available for j r-rom company. The company railway scUtctiou. If the railway j nOW seek to pmswut.c him as the company has not, selected eight nffrewrient states. This morninsr F.v- tions ihe township the an for encc is that tho township is of ,n; -r- j W. L. Walsh K.C.. of Cal ior quality. It will be found in pra.c j Siiry ihe company nnd L. tice that the pre-cmntion yr. Johnston.: of this city apply only to stretches of Evans. try where the land is light. The idea of the government is apparently j to give settlers in these districts an j Opportunity to secure farms of acres, as it. is held that 1GO acres' under the- soil conditions j would not be sufficient for a farmer, i MUST BE ADJOIN-! means should be offered the; !'nr his hum. i only farm one-half his land in each settler to acquire ir, from the: To straighten up the industry and Quebec, July honor of the! year, ne must have twice AS much j railway company, because the rail-! put the market in such shape that Tercentenary the Prince of Wale? hind if he is going 10 raise as much I Way company is not there; the lands j the farmers could get a profitable early this afternoon bestowed a num-i crop. Therefore, a farm of 3-30 acres j arft jn the hands of the government i price for their product all the wit- of decorations at a special in-! in the western part of the prairie re- today, and the government is the only nesses declared they favored a govern held at the citadel. The'gion is no larger as a moneymaker i person with whom the settler can ment packing plant. They all inti- henors included four than a farm of 160 acn-s in the more, j deal. i mated that they had the same trou- royal hoods and a number of lesser distinc-j oasteriy part, tions to those who took L-ading parts i in tlie arrangements for the Terccii-i tt-nary. j Mr. Foster: Where would His Excellency Earl Grey, is made j Minister draw the line? LINE ARBITRARY the ?rand commander of the Victorian Mr. Oliver: T did not propose to I order, while Col. Hanburv Williams draw any line, but the criticism of CONSUMES A HEAP OF WATE1 becomes Col. Sir St. John Hanburv l.i Williams K. C. V. 0. i The premier of Quebec, Hon. Lorn- i t-r Gouin, Premier Whitney my hon. friend and some others have compelled me to draw one. The line I draw is an arbitrary and not a scientific one, but a line had to be bles and conditions in I'tah nnd that j the price was about the same. The i result was that a good many of i them went out of the business of i raising hogs. In the Cardston dis- trict the hog raising business had j fallen off during the past few years j I owing to the low prices offered. 1907 Increase Mur.icin 1903 I9C7 474.331.00 ?3.664.609.00 57.773.00 INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS Ottav.-fi. July acci- dents occurred TO four hundred peo- ple, in Canada during the. month of Of this number 137 endtxi fa- Agricultural and railway ser- 1 each. "Say, Mr. Herald, will you please exolaui to the people that the reason io and Mayor Garneau of Queb'-c re-! drawn. ceive knighthood a.s knight bachelors.! Mr. Sam'Hughes: Ts it not a fairly Sir Drummond, Byron E. i scientific one loo, taking tho altitude 'Walker and Hon. Adelarcl Tourgeon int-t consideration? ,tr r the C. V. O. while Col Percy: Mr. Oliver: I think there fair to be Sherwood. Joseph Pope and Col. Alex 1 ground for the line being drawn tried in the case of the International are made members of the Victor-! where I propose. But that is a mat- ter upon which there may be very differences of opinion. I do sec- j Evans. In the agreements of sale of Cil-v Cll'rk Choinard, of Quebec, company's lots in Coleman there originated the Tercentenary idea i not think there is any good reason is a clause stating that no intoxicat- i a newspaper article, was made ajfor a line being drawn, but it has to liquor can ije-p'old on the prop-1 commander of St. Michat-1 and St. j be, I think that where we propose to i less 16rtv by anv subsequent owners. Y-'m. I It was a. busy day for every draw h is the better division As town-j Evans went contrary to this clause especially for the Prince ofjwe go y our altitude ir.-re.i.-cs 'ales. and therefor the seasons Early in morning His Royal j Acre is necessity for summer fallow- the square is not being watered is that there is not enough water to do j I Such were in substance the wor-ls) of Mayor Henderson to the Herald j man the other evening, which Ives added. "Another argument in favor of installing the metres." It was further explained that dur- ing this period of hot weather, the consumption of water in the city has reached about hundred sand gallons per day and the limit of the pumping power Is one million gallons a day running the who e twenty-four hours. 'Nuft said, Un- left the citadel in an au-1 ing. which system requires two acres mobile m pay a series of calls to j to one where summer fallowing is not I necessary. Further west again, in j er" the foothills, where the altitude, is j square will have to frazzle to a Jeep j dark brown until the weather gets King's j still greater, instead of summer fal- Heat prostrates the nerves. In the represent so that lowing and growing of spring grain summer one needs a tonic to off-set Tn the areas where pre-emption is possible the new law provides that any person who has a homestead and has not received any pre-emption may pre-empt any available quarter section lying alongside his homestead or separated therefrom by only a road allowance. Title is not given to homestead and pre-emption until Makes Your Mouth Water when you think of Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSERT. So Good. At all grocers 10 CENTS PER PACKAGE tho vessels of the three, fleets. FrW to see the prince out so early and he drove to the wharf almost unrecognized, it was not til! tho on the battle-! being adopted the system of growing! the customary hot weather Nerve and hip thundered their salute that the wintt-r wheat is adopted. And the re-j Strength depression. You will feel suit, so far as acreage i.s concerned, j better within 43 hours after beginning is tho sarrif, because in producing! to take such a remedy as Dr. Shoop's winter wheat you cannot sow in the "Restorative. Its prompt action in re- will depart in exactly 20 min-lfall after you have reaped your crop, storing the weakened nerces is sur- knew the prine1 was abroad. utcs if one of Dr. Shoop's Pink rain Tablets h taken. Pain anywhere, Remember i Pain always means con- gestion, blood else.. The land you crop this year you can-j prising. Of you won't get not- sow until next, because j entirely strong in a few days, but you have to sow early in tho, season, and the crop has not been taken off Headache is blood pressure; tooth-j the land in time to admit of that. ache is blod pressure on the sensitive nerve. Dr. Shcops Headache Tablets j called Pink Pain quickly and safely coax this blood pressure tway from pain centres. Painful periods with women in- stant relief. 20 Tablets 25c. Sold by J. J. Johnston. Mr. Horron: T may say that the is mistaken in that last statement. About half the people in the southern country do sow after reaping the fall wheat crop. Mr. Oliver: I know that some peo- ple I know that there, arc each day you can actually fed the improvement. That tired, lifeless, spiritless feeling when using the will quickly depart Restorative. Dr. Shoop's will sharper! a failing apetite; it' aids digestion; it will strengthen the weakened Kid- neys and Heart by simply rebuilding the worn-out nerves that these organs depend upon. Test it a few days and many people in other parts of the be convinced. Sold by J. J. Johnston. A BOG SPAVIN, PUFF or THOROUGBPSN, but will Clean them off and you work the horse same time. Removes Bursa! Enlargements, Boils Capped Hocks and any Puff and Swelling- Cures any Strain or Lameness; allays pain Restores the Circulation. Removes Rheumatic Deposits, Enlarged Veins, Painful Swellings ___ and Afflictions. Healing, Pleasant and Safe to use. Look over your them tip now when you have time and be ready for the sales or races later with sound, smooth horses. Yon can buv ARSORBTNE at regular dealers. Price, Ja per bottle, or sent to you express prepaid with full instructions. me about case on which you would like A GOOD LINIMENT For 80 a Gattow Can Be Made as iollows: ABSGREINE 4 ounces VINEGAR 1 QRarl WATER 3 quarts SALT PETER 1 ounce It rnr hrnlnpn. nt.raln.i. collar pills, tn tiviKhrn the hfinov, swelling :irid tor ull kimis iirtniubliin whrw liiiiirwut ABSOPJBINE JR. onl- known Mint, ABSORBiNE JR.. nn-l wit h-ishiiil i n-tnrn rtf KIM. i-x'lisrunl Tiiinn lly.Jrwk.