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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Synopsis of Ifee Grazing tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Aiberta. Grazing leases ot Dominion unsuitable for agncuKiJrai purpose's i may be secured in that portion of i the Province of Alberta, lying South i of the Northern boundary of Town- i 28 and in the Southwestern por- tiom ot the Province of Leases shall be for a period not j 21 years, and no leaseshal'l j a greater area than 100.GOU j acres. Lands leased are not subject j Ito homestead entry or sale, but the j Minister of the Interior may cancel j m. leasehold, or any portion thereof bygiving the lessee two years' not j Ice. The rental chargeable is t-wo j per, acre per annum. A lease j be granted, an applicant un- less he QVTD.S one head of cattle five head of sheep for even- 60 acres i ipplied for, and the lessee shall in- crease his stock so as to be in pos- j session at the end of three years of j one heaa of cattle or five head of for every 20 acres leased, and j maintain stock in this proper- j tiott during the continuance of the i i Sheep-grazing is permitted on only a 'portion of tie tracts above refer- to. A map showing the sheep-; grazing districts may be secured ou application to the Secretary f the of the Interior, Ottawa. W. CORY- Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N, B. Unauthorized publication of .this advertisement will not be pai-d lor. FLUE-CLEANING dirty, heart-breaking job. AKD 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. Furnace can be cleaned out any time in season without trouble, dirt, or fear of chilling the house." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER 4 ABOUT the DAD'S Lord Mayor's Sen ii i i TRY WM. OLIVER jjl J Everything required in the constnictlon of a Building, Lumber and all kirsds of Mill Work It IA not a favorable omen to see a! Pad and his council certainly rn.-in smoking a, cob pipe while hisjgot all thai was coming to them in milks the, cow. jliis bylaw vote on llonday. They j Ji you have a bitter pill to take, gulp it down, don't chew it. So; many people chew their pills, and oh.; lem- bitter. J Ii has been said that to have thej children in your pov.x-r would b'e to; control tbe destiny oi the world, but: could Il6t wel1 ask any stroa Do not sentl all your inoaey to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbriage and ;i local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Conv-r Bound ind Bom pas Streets Port than was out to Telephone 153 .Now tnat they have bei-n told I to spyuu money the next thing to cio i is to spend it wiseiy and well. Xo time is being wasted anyhow, for ten dc-rs for part of the work are being called for already. The people will! give us the mothers and let incin; "lad to contractors realize their power, and we will have j staft look to i the children. seo job ,veli Of coursC( Every honest prayer that is breath-j wju DC {iarci to sutn unreason-i every cross that is carried, every, abie R.uys as the ifeilow "Xewcoraer" trial that is well endured, every good; who thinks is a disgrace ior! work for our fellow men lovingly i the cicv to have That will get j jdone, every little task that is when three inches of rain fall in twenty-four hours. Great Ideas some people have. But all the same __ acter beautiful, and to load its j it w.ould a g0od thins for the council to see to it that at several performed for Christ's glory, helps to make Christian char- VANCOUVER ST. JOHN. N.B, HAMILTON CALGAJtY The McKeCwn-ffick Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta. boughs of gold" ior God's "baskets of silver." places along the streets there are Parents, keep your boys off the j dram basins into the sewers. They streets especially after dark. You, take of! any reasonable amount know not what annoyance these little of rain. f it-lows are, besides they jearn. all [kinds of meanness, picking up all the j slang phrases uttered by the older boys, who have' forgotten the prayers thin. taupht. them, at their mother's -knee! when they, too, were innocent little j s like boys now. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN" AND SURG-EON LETHBHIDGE Block. to noon; to p. m.; to p. m.. 68. DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND'SURGEON PAT lUIfli fl 1 iVIU XtiUil a over H'iginbofcham's Brag Phone Oiffire 125. House 94. Office to 11. a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Fernie, B. C., June case of Pat ilullen, charged with murder- ing Angello Orlando of Michel, last September, was tried in the assizes Residence 132 herc Saturday. Evidence was tender j ed .of Mullin's Cigh.t after the alleged murder and his arrest at Great Falls Mont. The evidence of dillerent .wit- nesses as being1 eye witnesses of the shooting, which occurred at a dance was very clear and Mullen was sen- tenced to twenty .years ior man- slaughter. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Biordett. 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON ACCOtiCHER Redpatli St. Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m Drs. DeVebet Campbell Physicians and Surgeons OU block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McClure Stewart MAY BE TROUBLE IN PASS MINES 1U'S PI AM Lllifj i liTMV 11L have nice beautirul yards, allow your in scolding them ior -their ".merry laughter !0r The flood of last week has several teach the city. Among gs that should be learned from the tie-up, or rather mud-up of the waterworks system is the i ness of depending on any one system of water supply, especially when.-the pumps are below the1-. of the ri- 'Smith's of a second force FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal Winnipeg, June J. Hill, chair man of the Great Northern railway, at hiffh water. Jtis br-iier far to be annoyed at home recommendation than to have them mixed up in an 1 -T. i I mam is a cracking good idea and affair on the street oi which you! _ e JJad s committees showed their wis- know, nothing until has grown m on every one's it. But what good will the two pipes their education aa siou be if the wells are all full of dirty where v.ucic has announced to the Associated j their morals. Boards of Trade of Saskatchewan "There is no good reason -why a that as soon as the gaps to man should needlessly put his own _._ i water and the pipes plugged un with evil association wall corrupt l fab c j. imud_ dozen pines are no good if armer, the pumps are out of business. It is no snap for the city to be without Columbia are closed and a line is m is wife to the trouble of wiping up the built to Calgary, it is the intention j-iracks, when he takes great, pains to to extend the Great Northern system from "Winnipeg to Calgary and through northern Saskatchewan and Calgary. TO CUT CALGARY OUT Erection of a Trail in. S. B. to Lead to G. T. P. Line clean his feet before crossing his neighbor's threshold; neither is it consistent that we women should be too severe on our own husbands and son for -a little carelessness, when we assure our callers, with the-most grac- ious of smiles, 'that it isn't of the slightest Courtesy at Home ding, like ohailly, should j Victoria, June Govern-! be---in at home. The day is past, Good ment today met a delegation from the boards of trade of Revelstoke, Vancouver and "Victoria, which urged the construction of a trail at or near According to information that the Eevelstoke to the Canoe river. is. n0w made usually in the Herald has received there is a prob- Government promised an answer by other direction in allowing too small ability of trouble this summer be- j Thursday next. The trail will giris too much license to tween the mine operators and the about tod its construction! observe toward them a scrupulous men, in the Crow's Nest Pass mines. would mea3j it is tjjat aU: We would o far as to poteness. fighters dependent on mud-puddles and sleughs for their supply oi the i fire extinguishing element. It is true I that there are a number of wells scat tered through the city but they would hardly do in case a big fire should break out. This is where En- gineer Arnold's suggestion of a low pressure system using the irriga- tion water would come in. handv and extremely useful. A mrge reser- voir of rain water with, a proper fil- tering- system would keep things go- ing nicely under such circumstances. The whole cost of the scheme would be saved by the prevention of one bad fire. Under ordinary circumstances the system would be a good proposi- tion for the city. It would supply- all the water for the railways, the big industries, such as the mines, would go far as to j and factories. There would be when children used to rise when their parents entered the room where they were and stand until they had re- ceived permission to sit. But the mis- The trouble will be the result cl a.suppiies for'the construction oi that we would make it as much very little expense in operating and break between the companies and j yellow Head Pass section of the G. j a' oint to listen to children without then the city would be getting the a' point some of the union officials who have T> p_ would be sent by that route_ It interrupting them and -to answer been keeping things quiet for them. is that would mean the pur- lhem sincerely and respectfully as The conditions in the mines have not chase of approximately through the influence of the paid ".m- ion officials, no trouble has arisen. The revelation will likely cause sent via Edmonton, trouble among the leaders of the miners unions and the members will probably go after the men who were i worth of their money. They gave the A, R. I. Company forty thousand dollars or more to get the water in and just now it is worth about ten instead of in Calgary. If the road far better worth listening to as the people with lawns and not constructed the supplies will beitjlc stereotyped commonplaces of the j gardens would rather put up the if they were grown up. And indeed, been satisfactory to the men in value in British Columbia many of their wise, quaint sayings SURGEON DENTISTS Higinbotliam's new j in their employers' hire in this man- ner. Weekly Free Press aadPrairie Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald Alberta's Best THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AST OFFER ilEETS THE SPECIAL WAffTS OF AIX CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly oi' these claM- es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period andLanr out-and-out and recent arrivals from the Old. Country, from the United States and' Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete 'satisfaction; to" oil these classes but by this combin'a'fcion offer every special, need as znet- The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer .a cosnplebe record by -week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In it has special departments for American and British settlers. Tbs ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliestbe former resident of Eastern da Trjth the of the portion or the pornirdonia.detaJafldfotw and the Letlibri-dge. Herald provides the. local Wesuern news, which" yon eaaiiot do without. LETHBRTDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for -which send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and bridgie Herald, for one year each. block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. O. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson MOOSE PLENTIFUL Wander Around Back Yards in Monc- ton, N. B. Moncton, N. B., June morning callers. Of course to allow) lawn rates and use city water than uninterrupted chatter would be bothered irrigating. The city has paid for a large .supply of water and j they might as well use it. There is no use in spending a bunch of money scru- for a thing that is no use when the cr thousands more valuable. B. C. ODDFELLOWS OFFICERS j surrender the repose of-the household New Westminster. June ll.-The is vef easy' if the child' Oddfellows Grand Lodne of British j ren themselves scrupulously re- iii, -n Unected, to teach them in turn to scru-j for a thing that is n never only es come to liftoon bucks on the thou- j was sand and the saving in insurance on commendation, of whatever it possible to was gratuitous, i the sanic amount .is one dollar. So j We think this would be as j DROWNED IN BATH Montreal, June Kyle, years of ape, of the grocery firm of Kyle and Stevenson, was drowned in the, Laurentain Bath last night. It is thought that Kyle may have been stunned by striking on his head when diving into the bath and was drowned before he regained hid sens- es. OPERATED ON M. P. P. Winnipeg Juno Benard, member for Assiniboia. in the local, Legislature has been operated on. successfully at Rochester, Minn., and his recovery is now assured. Benard has boon in poor health some time. fur FARMER FOUND DEAD Napinka, Man., June Southern, a farmer living north, of Napinka. was found rlond todny in the b.irn loft of G. Dunbav. Mr. South- ern was in town this morning ap- parently in the best, of health. Heart diaeasu was the C'aiso 01 death. rcwlly he is paying fourteen! good for those prown-up children, instead of fifteen. It is a wui- 1 husbands and 'wive.-, as for those ticm how these improvements do not still in the nursery. co-st anything. It pays to he good' bur. it pays more to he better. Good- j Is Life Worth Living? j ness a.s well as rightr-ousnoss is When you hoar IhU question asked j aljlc ajl things" by a man or woman, with lips curv-! cl downward voice attuned io don't take much stock in poli- 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 eater- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball. Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if yoxj want any kind of Printing done and done in first-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 be "No." but while there is another human being for whom we can do a favor, or whose interests we may advance, life is indeed "worth living." Friend, whon you find yourself de- pressed and inclined to think that life holds nothing for you, look avound you (not very far away) and do the very first favor for another that comes to your hand. It. may be eminent for Alberta moved from 3id- monfon to Lethbridge. The air of discontent, you may set that person: tics but i wouldn't be surprised ifj] down as supremely selfish. He orjhe got busy to got the seat of gov- she asks practically. "Is life worth living for Worth living? Of course it is, so long ns there is one single other soul in the world. If the querist were the last of his race, ihen indeed the. answer might well the north does not lo agree with the brains of the government officials. The deputy-head of the ag- ricultural department at times shows serious signs of a loosening in the upper fiats, that break of his about Southern Alberta having to have the most favorable season to get even a! but it is on the hot water heating principle, and will consist of innum- erable little coils so arranged that each coil will surround a hcarl of wheat. The system will be heated from a boiler, one for each quarter- section. The pl.umbing expert will then walk through a college some- fair crop being the latest evidence of deputy-minister of agri- culture in office then succeeding the present holder, Mr. llnrcourt, will is- sue a. circular of limited circula- tion telling the farmers oi the north keep on, day by day, hour by. hour and minute by minute, working for others, for truly this alone makes life worth living. thore being something wrong. When Dud gets the capital moved to Loth- bridge, it will lie right for him to see to it that, the government has a tender regard for the north. In of the above move one of the expert plumbers of the city is already perfecting apparatus for the preservation of grain from frost. It is not known exactly what it is Jiko that Professor X- will deliver lectures on ".Frost Farming" in the. different centres oi' the north. i'a this circular will likely be a sentence something like this: "We arc convinc- dcm oust rated by Prof. X-------, if pro perly manipulated, is one that will make possible the production of large yields in the northern part of the- province, where now the season must- be most favorable even if fair crops are to be expected." Of course DacE knows that is no necessity for" any such torn-fool but., the idea is just as sensible as that expressed by that torn-fool artist in Edmonton who says he thinks Southern AKiintu, mnnot grow big crops .without s-uncr fad system. When Dad and a lev? other city Dads and various .Boards of Trade get after his nibs at EJ- monton, he wii; be looking for anotti cr job. There has been enough cd that the system recommended and this sort of thing now. ;