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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta of the Grazing Regula lions for the Provinces of .Saskatchewan and Alberta. DR. P. W. TULLER -PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ott Block. to noon; to p. m. to p. m. Office 08. Keeideiice 133 DR.C.C.CRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON over Higmbotham's Dnig Stores Pfcone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. nor "Rnrrtat.t. _ _ leases of Dominion Lands for' agricultural purposes y be secured in tfcat portion of Province of Alberta, lying South If the Northern boundary of Town- laip 28' and In the South western por- of the Province of Saskatdb- I Leases shall be for a period not Iroeoding 21 years, and no leaseshall bver a greater uiva than 100.00Q jcres. Lands leased are not subject ooiiK-siead entry or sale, but the [inis'ter of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof the lessee two years' not The rental chargeable .is two its per, acre per. annum. ,A lease be granted an applicant ua- he owns one head of cattle ice head of sheep for every (-iO acres splied for, and the lessee shall in- his stock so as to be in pos- ssion at the end of three years of hcaa of cattle or five head of j Drs. DeYeber Campbell keep for every 20 acres leased, and iail maintain stock in this propor- during the continuance of the TO RESTRICT HOLDINGS Important Piece of Coal Legislation Adopted by Uncle Sam v Washington, May President Roosevelt today signed a bill which in the opinion of many persons, is the most radical measure of legisla- tion enacted during his administra- tion, Its title is "To encourage the development of coal deposits in the Territory of and its principal provision includes an attempt to pre- vent monopolizing by restricting holdings of acres of coal lands in providing a penalty of forfeiture of all holdings by persons individually Or in COIllbiliSt'Ti 'W'1A trot a WATCHING THE DREAMERS Settlers in the Josephburg District Are Afraid of Another Outbreak Rain Interfered With Football Matches Took Place 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p.m. Telephone 41. PHYSICIAN, SUEGEON ACCOUCHEB Kedpath'St. Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m ase. Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only portion of the tracts above refer- to. A map showing the sheep zing districts may be secured on Drs. McClure Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS sion of more than this number of acres. It also gives the government the claim on coal that may be mined, thus guaranteeing fuel supply for th naw. Medicine Hat, May Times says: Inspector Parker has been in thje Joseph burg district for a few days, as the result of Jacob Merkel senior's latest incendiary letters. Everythingjs quiet, though the police are kept at work every night, patrol- ling the district in which the Dream- er farms and those of the unbelievers are located. German settlers who gave evidence against the sect are in constant fear of a future outbreak, and remain up all night to. keep guard with a rifle at Ito the public to provide ample ac- elbow. i GGrnmouation for man and beast anc It is rumored that "God disappointment and loss was very is coming to Josephburg to visit considerable. The rain continued all Cowley, May bright pros- pects for fine weather on which celebrate Victoria Day and hold the sports came to an abrupt and un- >leasant end about, midnight when the familiar patter of rain on the roof announced the of the showers which have been so fre- quent and constant this month. Con- siderable trouble had been taken by the committee Jo have the, course in good shape, and by those who cater TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of a BuildtAf, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgai> and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 158 little flock. NEW MINE AT EDMONTON plication to the Secretary f the D. Higinbotliam's new Apartment of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Jjputy of the Minister Interior. publication of advertisement will not be paid El WANT reliable local salesman for Leth- and adjoining country to present anada's Greatest Nurseries argest list of hardy varieties, tho- ghly tested and recommended the Western experimental sta- s at Brandon and Indian Head. permanent situation for the right an for tvhom territory will be re- rved. Pay weekly; free equip- 3nt specially designed for western Write for particulars. TON WELLINGTON juthill Nurseries (8-50 Acres) ONTARIO block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. British Government Reported to Be After Mines on Skeena River _% Edmonton, May Munns, general manager of the Edmonton Standard Coal Co.. Ltd., who is in the city anounces that his company intends sinking a shaft on their property close to the G. T. P. right of way. This new-mine xvillbe equip- ped with up to date machinery and will have output of from three to five hundred tons a day. Mr. Munn also states that the Imperial Govern- ment is contemplating the purchase of coal fields owned by Cassiar Coal Co., of -which he is a director. These fields compose about 42 square miles situated eighty miles up the Skeena river. The company have also been; approached by agents of the J REMOVED THE REMAINS Washington, May resting for four years less than a century in the Congressional cemetery in this the body of George Clinton, once Major General in the Revolutionary clay. Despite "the miserable shape of the grounds, the football matches were pulled and while the play was not very fast or scientific they proved great tests of endurance and the win- ners are entitled to all the laurels. The junior" teams were first matched. Teams representing Frank and Cowley army, first governor of the state of j played first. The result ivas a New York and a former vicepresi- dent of the United States, was today removed to Kingston, ST. Y. for final interment. for Frank by 3-0. The Frank boys then engaged with a team from Lundbreck; which match resulted in another victory for Frank, 7 goals to I. They therefore carried off the Jun- ior Cup. For the Senior Cup four teams en- TO CONTINUE THE STRIKE Cleveland, Ohio, 'May a meeting of the striking street railway j Oowiey and Pmcner Citv, which -was conductors and motormen today it' voted to continue the strike against the Municipal Traction Co. Thi-re additional desertions from tered. The first match was between Cowley and Pincher City, which was won by Cowley, 4 goals to 2. The sec- ond was between Lundbreck and Bel- levue. The score was 22 at time. WEFKLY FREE PRESS And Farmer Winnipeg FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR MentnMl the ranks of the strikers today, many Ten minutes overtime gave Bellevue retaining to work. The company's 'jTijnaturn to take all men back at he old wage 'rate and without pre- udief will expire at 6 o'clock to- light. can government along the same line. PRODUCERS' WENT PREDICA- TE. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HAREIS Barrister, Advocate, Public Block, Tip-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG WELCOME TO PRESIDENT President FalHeries B-ack on French Soil Again Engineers and Surveyors j Higinbotham Block, Letkbridge eir Wives and Daughters Will Not Don Overalls in Milking Cows Is. Y., May lers issued by the Board of Health New York city requiring that all rsous who milk cows must wear lite duck overalls and jackets, oth- the milk will not be allowed enter New York, have placed the ijority of milk producers in a pre- lament. Much of the milking has retofore. been done by the wives d daughters of the farmers, all of om now declare that- they will nev- don the overalls. The farmers [ink they cannot afford to dispense' their lernale help and they are a loss to know what to do. I W. L. Wilson LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and G-lyn Sts. Applications for dates may be made at The Herald Office. B.C. MOORE Funeral Director and Enxbalraer to Prestyteriati Church. Office Phone 102. Residence 1S6. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF Calais, May Falleries landed here at two o'clock this af- ternoon on his return from an official visit to England. He was welcomed by the booming of guns from the Cal- ais fortress and ..the warships in the harbor, _The president made" the re- turn trip on one of the English chan- nel steamers instead of the cruiser Leon Gambetta, on account of bad weather. Cadis' was decorated in honor of his arrival and an immense and en- thusiastic crowd "greeted him at the pier. Escorted by detachments of soldiers and sailors he was driven through long lines of cheering people to the railway station where he board- ed a special train for Paris. LIVES OF FIVE PEOPLE ARE LOST i wze game by a goal. V 'The final game was then between Cowley and Bellevue. After the usua time of play the score stood 2-2, which necessitated overtime. After half an j hour's play the tie was not broken i so that it was agreed to allow the vis- I itors to hold the cup for 6 months arid j then hand it over.to the home team for the next six" months. The foot races were run off in the rain and resulted as follows: (Lundbreck) 1st McDonald 2nd._ '220 1st; Learmont 2nd. 1-2 (Macleod) 1st; McDonald 2nd. In Terrible Washout Near Port Artliur C.P.R. Trains Blocked TRUSHE BOARD FOR NEW CHURCH IFrom Thursday's Daily.) A meeting of the; Trustee Board of Westminster Church was held last night for the purpose of Organization and the -tabulation of the., work up THE BEET SUGAR BUSINESS AT RAYMOND (Alberta Homestead.) Last .year at the Eaymond sugar re- fiinery seems to have been a success- ful year. Complete returns of the out- put for thp. year give over four and a returns by years since "beginning are as follows: Year Beet Toanage Lbs. Sugar 1S..100 Weekly Fre e Press and Farmer, family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald sunny Aortas Best" THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 Port Arthur, May dam on the Current Eiver has been swept away and the C.P.R. track is ,'down in the lake. The trains will be un- able to get over the washout for two days. Two or three thousand dollars damage was done. i The town of Port Arthur is without Supt. McCauley of the street railway is out with a tug ing to save the people at the power house. This is about one mile east i results as in other farm interests. of Port Arthur. The scene of destruc j'The lateness of spring and the short- tion. bog-gars description. The danc- ing pavillion and Mrs. Reid's pa'vil- lion at the play grounds and camp- ing outfits are all gone. The street From this table it will be seen that there has been a steady increase in output with each successive year un- til the year 1907. The same condi- tions in this year brought the same ness of season prevented the putting in of a full crop or prevented putting it in in good time, which will account for the reduced tonnage of beets and AJT OFFEK WHICH 3tEETS THE SPECIAL, WANTS OF ALL CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction, to all these classes but by this combination offer every special need i3 met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it hits special departments for American and. British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of. Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed form and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which-you. eannbt do without. _ ........-...........................-190 LEj-SBIvIDG-rj SuERAZJD: Piud enclosed for trhich ms "Wcddv Frss Press and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Letk- 'bridge Herald, for one year each. Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec-1 to date. Up to the present the busi-jra1hvaT track is entirely swept away, j output of sugar. The grade of beets OULD NOT CROSS TO U.S. ROBERT NEVIK, Chisf. GEO. BRUCE; Secretary. 13-lyr I. B. OF L. E. OFFICERS Montreal, May Mainville Brre, wife of a well known local atractor accompanied by her four ildrcn left this evening on the D. Empress for New York, in which y her father resides, for the pur- se of paying him a short visit. ion the train reached Rouse's Point j Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Y., it was boarded by the U. SJwere elected all by acclamation: migration Inspector, to whose j Grand chief engineer, W. S. Stone, jstions Mrs. Piefre refused answers Cleveland. Assistant grand chief en- (mod satisfactory bv the inspector. _, gmeer, E. Hurley, Cleveland: As- sistant grand chief engineer. has. been conducted by a committee ivicinity and ft is not known whether j enabled the. company to pay a I ond and fourth Mondays in ths j ness in connection with the church ISeverai persons are missing in the continues as good as ever, and this month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate i with us. The from Wesley church. The board finds "that financially it is in a very satisfactory condition. flatj tiiey !ire lost or not- Traffic will be j price of per ton for everything j entirely suspended for several days. The damage to the power house is The church building together with the lots on which it stands are worth A loan of was granted by the missionary society for 5 years without interest. The balance is provided for by donations and sub- scriptions. Columbus, Ohio, May fol-j B. B. Hoyt was appointed secre- lowing officers of' the lute-national j tary treasurer. The board. requests that all cheques in aid of the church fund be made payable to him. a result Mrs. Picrro refused nission and as she refused to leave had Burgess, Cleveland. Ash. Kennedy, eneral chairman of the general corn- adjustment of the Canadian sleeper in which she raged two berths, the rail- v- was obliged to transfer other passengers to other cars. Railway was elected to one s. Pierre remained 'in undisturbed of the positions of assistant chief, isession all night, and this morn- was brought back to Montreal. 'istaiit Commissioner U. S. immigration of department s that the case is the queerest t ever came under his notice. But stands by the inspector, who mere did his duty. The his questions impertinent but they course of his see that she c only put in the y, which was to not likely rge. THREATENING LETTER Chicago, May Peter J. O'Caliaguan, head of the Paulist order in Chicago, and Attorney Francis E. HinckJey have been informed through an anonymous letter written in bloood j and wrapecl in crepe, have boon marked for death by mysterious enemies of St. Mary's church and the Lo become a public church has been doomed to be blown up with dynamite. N. B.'S GIFT rtxloricton, N. B., May isluture tonight voted to Quebec Battlefields park scheme. wen Sound, May slayer of his wife and two step- ghters, moaning and crying, ;erday carried away from the se in an ambulance to the gen- hospital. His face is a mass of 5ters. Chief of Police McAuley 3 Creighton realizes what he did is moaning in agony of remorse He told the chief that he went stairs to kill himself and the rest i blank. He 'bade his wife good and the butchery followed. CONDITIONS GOOD IN N. S. Halifax, N. S., May Gumming, of Truro Agricultural Col- lege, says the' present season in Nova Scctia, is the most favorable for farm- ing ho has seen in four years. The weather has been especially good for seeding and a larger acreage is under crop than for many seasons past. DROWNED AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C., May .Eliott, aged forty, shipwright, was drowned in False creek this after- noon. He was well known here hav- ing been in Vancouver for twenty-one years. impossible to tell. brought to-the factory. With tht' best, cultivation -the net- gain is from to per acre, al- lowing for interest, expenses and Port Arthur, May lives labor. An important advantage of the were lose and the destruction of pro- j beet industry is that the returns pcrty will possibly reach a total of j come early in the season and are two hundred thousand dollars and available with the harvesting and de- posfiibly more as the result of the i livery of the beets, and the price is breaking away of the dam on Cur-j practically fixed. It is a case of the rent River above the city power house the cultivator can produce to last night. The rush of water strik- ing a bend in the river about half a mile above the mouth broke through the banks and continued down its mad career over the city park around the municipal power house and ac- ross the C.P.R. In going through tho park it carried away all the dance halls, ice cream stands, pavillious, swings, etc., crossing the C.P.R. it washed away the bridge over the ri- ver' and also created havoc about the. power house, situated at the mouth of the river. With the C. P. R. bridge washed away about' three quarters of a mile STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Severe of truck. Almost immediately after the accident a. C. 1'. R. freight, came Thunderstorm Passes Medicing Hat Over Medicine Hat, May Times says: The St. Denis House, out by the flour mill, wa.; struck by lightning during Monday'? storm. All the win-! dows in the house were broken, the j joists smashed, and a general wreck J made of the premises. j Lro. St. Denis, aged 16. was struck! and remained unconscious for ten j minutes. Dr. Ucvd -.vr.s in and j along from the cast and crashed over j attended the half-breed youth, who is! the wrecked bridge into the river! now recovering rapidly, though still j with eight or ten cars on top of the! confined to his bod. j SHIRTS The comfort and fit of a shirt depend largely the way the neck band is cut Each in Tooke Shirts is cut out separately, not in lots. It's this care in the cutting of the neck-bond that makes the collar fit equally well whether the shirt be made with a soft or stiff bosom. The great objection to! most Neglige Shirts is that the collar never fits properly. Many men, for this reason, have become disgusted with soft-bosomed shirts. No trouble of this kind is ever experienced with a Tooke Shirt, cs TOOKE BROTHERS, UMiTtD, MONTREAL locomotive. The fn-einan.- engineer and brakeman went. down, were killed or drowned and aiso it is believed, two unknown men who were stealing a ride on the train. Men killed were Joe. Landry felt a shock en the arm j while going other room, down the stove pipe. i Chief Meiklejohn received n slight! Department from the kitchen 10 an-! the lightning travelling! Is aow prepared to cater to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery; if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other form of enter- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done and done in flrsi-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. All orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail following receipt of orders engineer Savard, fireman McBride.i shock in his left hand, which he had I and Brakeman lurnan, residents of Schreibcr. The city power and light and water system is crippled and will bo some days before it is ready ag- ain. Temporary arrarignmonts for power for lights and street cars may be made with the Canadian Nor- thern and Kaministiquia Company of I Fort William, by connecting' 'inns with their system. Large numbers of people a.re today attempting to visit the scene but cannot got near it be- cause of the flood. For some reason it is impossible to make an estimate of the damage but it may be beyond two hundred, thou- sand dollars, The bodies of the men arc not yet recovered. placed ou a wire fence, while standing! ON A SPREE AT THE HAT out in thft_rain. i The chimney of R. C. Uecker's house! Medicine Hat, May Times was struck ELECTING BISHOPS Baltimore, Md., Mav 26.__ James Elliott of Milk River celebrated Victoria Day in a rather ti-.n inaner, careering up and down bishops of the Methodist Episcopal i Maln strcct with a team- To makc matters worse, his little girl, who was in the rig with him was subjected to a severe fright. Elliott was arrested and put in one of the cells in the city hall basement, where- he immediately set to work to break to splinters the seat provided for him. This morning he was fined and costs for the first offence and and costs for the sec- ond. Church were elected at the Methodist lipi.scop.il general, conference today. This left but two to be chosen out of eight which the conference decided .should be named at this session. The sixteenth ballot is reliably reported to have resulted in the election of Dr. Robert Mclntyre, of Los Angeles. Cal, The count will be announced at the meeting of the conference late this afternoon. A BADLY TWISTED CASE Seven Persons Continue to Furnish Its Excitement Medicine Hat, May Times says: On Tuesday' Christian Zimmer- man, who was committed for trial the day before for resisting arrest, laid information against David Schneller, John Schneller and Claude Edwards, for assault. D. G. White prosecuted and Corporal Jenkyn defended. The plaintiff was ordered to pay the rtosts of the court. David Schneller then brought action against Zimmerman, who was fined and whole proceedings pxitting him out of pocket to the tune of ;