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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Spopis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of I Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion Lands for, agricultural purposes in that portion of of Alberta, lying Scutiv Sorthem boundary of Town- 28 and In the Southwestern por- of the Province of DR: P. w. TULLER r-HTSIClAN AND SURGEON IXTHBRIDGE Block. to noon; to p. to p. m. 68. 'filial! for a period not 31 years, and no leaseshall greater area than 100.00Q .Lands leased are not" subject homestead entry but'the limter of'tie Interior may cancel or any portion thereof viSs the lessee two'years' -not- The rental chargeable is two rper, acre-per aniium. A lease an ipplicant uif- DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON over Hiffrobotham's Drug Store Phone Office 135. HOUMS 94. Office Jnours-rd to.11, a.m.. 4.90 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. 1.80 to Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Buidettj 9 a.m., 2-8 p.m.; to 3.30 p. in. Telephone 41. PHYSICIAN, SUKGEON ACCOtJCHEB he "owns head of cattle .r.j Kedpath St. Phone 53 SAFEGUARD THE KING Fear Anarchists Plot to Kill Alfonso Of Spain Paris, Feb. special dispatch to the Matin from Madrid says there ia much uneasiness at what appears to be a renewal-of anarchistic activi- ty. On several occasions .recently, suspicious persons have been arrested while trying to approach King Al- fonso. The authorities however, main- tain strict secrecy about the arrests. Extraordinary precautions have been taken to safeguard the king. CANCELLED ALL CONTRACTS Henderson and Downer after -hav- ing let all the contracts for the erec- tion of a third storey on the Coal- dale hotel, yesterday cancelled all contracts, suspending building oper- ations for the time being. CURLS AT 50 BELOW FAMOUS OLD DAWSCN CURLEl RELATES HIS EXPERI- ENCES his stock-: ion at the T as to twin "u IT of "three years DcYeber CampbeJJ head of cattle or five liead of gfceep for every "20 leased, and maintain stock in this proper- during of the j Physicians and Surgeons 'Phone 143. Sheep-grazing is pernsitted on portion of tie tracts above ivfer- K! to. A map showing the sheep districts may, be? secured on tc the Secretary f the s. McClure Stewart N DENTISTS block. .Hlginbotham's new .Department of the Uterior. Ottawa, office. a.m., toJ.2 n. 11j 'i j "D.ffl to o p.m. (Winnipeg Tribune.) It is doubtful there is a more characteristic figure attending the- big bonsptel than James "Curley" Munro of the Dawson City rink. Welcomed everywhere-not because he is mere- the cognomen has stuck like 110 miles on the White Pass railway, A thousand miles on the steamer "Princess May" brought us to Van- couver and it was the C. P. R. which did the rest. The tourney was quite a long one alright. While at Van- couver we met Col. O'Kourke, a former Winnipeg resident; and -1 he gave us a royal welcome." As to his nickname Mr. Munro-'beamingly said that a girl once liked him so well that she used to curl his hair. This waa down in Mexico in the early days and now Mr. Munro is known by nothing else, PUTS U. S. PAPER RIGHT Cunningham on his way east ly one of the party that journeyed over two thousand miles to attend the midwinter, because he possesses the combined qualities to make warm friends. Otherwise he would not be a curler and ft must be distinctly understood "Curley" is a curler simon pure. The Damson rink has been knock- ed out of every competition, but at that to scan' their faces after the games were played, one would be led. to believe that all contests, are victories and that rigid weather in the Yukon, where this band of curlers hail from is but a myth. The ma- duck to water. Maple Buds, Cream Bars and MttK Chocolate are superb confections. Nothing to equal them. THK COWAN CO.. CREAMERY AT PINCHER Matter Now Journal and his eye caught the fol- games' .'they compete m: article fuU of City bunch towing tion. and while has I shown the same desire, hard feelings have (Minneapolis Journal. Feb. 20.) Other of Thii Thriving .Burg-- _. Pincher Creek, "Feb. At- Memorial hospital on -to Mr. and Mrs. -C. W. Taysum, a daughter. Pincher Creek, 'on Feb. ;21, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Beeton, a daugh- ter: Rambling Reveries B Y A "D R E AM E R .PRAISE NEIGH-BOR: In our ju.dgement of others. ,-tals are prone mor- private family sorrow, becctooa public scandal, so .''crushing: help- less victim that riot even a life time of remorse and in wipir.g out tho blot, on her reputation. Life is so human happiness, at so- poor and there anything: to be gained- by making bad mat- ter worse, or a miserable fellow: crea- ture still more Are truths and Virtue so frail and weak as to- -terly ?destrOyed by the breath ot' k pitiful 'error? Must Ckrist Mrs.. W. Metzler, of. Eishburn, is t---------------- in town., the guest of Mrs. j To talk of their faults without crllcifiod to teach Eobt. Christie.. A. L. Freebairn spent the week end in :LeUibridgev i; .of our own; And this little rule should be ,trea- ty of forgiveness? CANADA MAY COME FOR SEED toward a more fortunate rink K_, was j been totally in absence. Lethbridge on a .business trip. I All credit is due these lar north- j _-yLr_ Hunter, manager of the local i ern followers of the besom and.s'tanej kranch of-the Union Bank of Canada, i i'.uid well their success. SV haV Teturhed a business trip to i the semi-annual meeting of the' 1 branch were as thick as peas in a sured by'all; you can't' praise- your neighbor don't name him' at all." of the Minister Interior, JS. publication of advertisement will nol: be paid ior. Me- 1? in Knisrh s of Pytfibis H .11 JFr- d ay n ir at o'el -efc. VSat i n g breth- welcome. A. B. Profes A Kiven X.G DR. O. j. GOURTICE_ DENTIST -'Successor to Dr. Jackson in Hotel Coaldale. Koom'I2 Office Hours 9-12; 1-5- SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister. Etc. OFFICE, SOUTBAKD BLOCK DOMINION GOVERNMENT HAS j bushel measure. MILLIONS TO SPEND Probably there is HOW TO'JUDGE BOOKS Would you know whether the of a book is good of ex- amine in what state of mind you i in wlieri vou lay it. down.' Ha-s K 'tis sweeter- fp :praise'; sUspect thatvwhat. than to blame-1-' you'1have- been -accustomed to, think: i Men's deeds are compounded of -glory j and shame; the East. Ke says the the East "is very bad and the great amount of snow impedes business, j been.knpwn may, all, iano- RANCH HEBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets in the Knight- of Hal-_every 3sf- and 3rd J Staff ora. jj. Annie Davies ReC. -c. H. CO. Money to Lend oa Town and Farm Property HARBIS BaTister, Advocate, Notary Public i Block, up-stairs. FOWLER Blacksniithing and Horseshoeing j Jiew buggies to order, carriage parat- all kiwis of woodwork in wag- j _ faim-mg mills, cr-eara Engineers and Surveyors jrrain picklprs. Hio-inbothatn Block, Letlabridge coal. il_ ET H B K 1 O G K. General Teaming. When yon require your gardens your yards cleaned up, peilars due" or ;my other teaming ione, SEE US. or phone 2U1. or 'Wilson Poor Crops m Northwest Prompts Parliament to Appropriate Be- tween Three and Four Million Dollars to Supply Seed Grain for Farmers Who Have'" 'Dealers Interested. [-not a single curler taking part in the Mrs_ Hugh ennn, Mrs. H. Me-T, the Falf-, y. !cfent- and that may be bonspiel..but regrets that the and Mrs. Healey, of Cowley. -if ,yOU carx't praise'your neighbor, j which you have Hitherto been taught. i ites -ivere knocked out so soon. were visitors-in !town yesterday. j 'don't'name him at ail." j to; think dangerous? Has- it tended Several members of Pincher Creek j ltemember. ve cyiljcs, the mote and make you dissatisfied aod impa- ient'under the--Tcontrol-'-of Never Wears an Overcoat The sight of human brings going -streets' of Winnipeg with everal members of Pincher Creek i Remember, ye cvnics, the dge No.-5 _ 20.1.C-01F-, a friendly ,vij it j pon-, and'; -'disposed ?vou to S-unders, proprietor, oi i zero, is a strange one, but "in this j _ Lfeafcure the Dawson City curler >ithj Pincher Creek. and are Minneapolis grain men and owners [the; pretty locks, can give; every con-1 today. of land in the Canadian West are 'in- [tcstant the greatest ocds and then -..Tfie J -terested in .the plan of ''seed 'grain disf win vm a canfer. Dnrin- the entire j are tribution which the Dominion gov-j bonspiel "Curley" has appeared Leap; der tiie ha.: ;W1n ;thC: least in- that which .both 'the'" larws-b'f' God and man txjll uir- there can he' no virtue, and conse- quently -'no happiness? 'Has at- cniment has undertaken on a largo; without the conventional and warmth scale.' It'isi even possible that some producing overcoat and seemed per- seed'grain may be bought in fectly contented without the. desirable polis.for shipment into Canada The Horninion government stands; ja'nnent. .Accosted, by s Tribune reporter 'and mer in -the west who had a poor crop last year gets a chance 'right this spring. A'berta. will' getj way .be put it. bushels of wheat. "Duiibtless :you bushels of oats and. 100.000 bushels j pretty cold of barley for seed. Saskatchewan was asked- will get bushels of wheat, 1 ,r call- met in the council chamber .on dav night. There was a Ci? iT. dc i ance and keen interest in tne quea-j. am toughened' to was the have -seen some in the 000.000 ,bushels of oats "and probab- "Well that is more -than, said "the visitor from the north, "but A Lethbridge, Alta. ly as much as bushels of the ioys don't seem to mind it any barley Manitoba will" not need so more. Cold weather in the Vukon much assistance from the government j district does not interfere with curl- A. and oi ants are at work m Winnipeg, tLat, played, committee at-tfer-ncxt meet- -r> pect all their gentlemen. friends to j be present on Friday .night 23th, that they can show them how to tertain. j The Pincher'Creek Board of Trade j town and vicinity "if you can't praise your tempted to abate your admiration don't name him'at and reverence for what is great i good, and to diminish in you the- j love of .your; country and your fel- They ex-lif e would but endeavor our fault to have "all the work to 'which we 'could 'attend, Then let us be open to charily's .n't praise your neighbor, n't name him at all." lions laid before' the' board. 'beings? Has it addressed itseic to your vanity, your or any othor of your evil propensities? Has it defiled the imagination witte what is loathsome, or choked the- heart wii_h what monstrous? it disturbed the sense of what right and wrong, which the creator lhas implanted iu the human If you are conscious of all or aBy of, these ..having eseap- seemed to ba in getting! judgment that many fathers and ed from, till, you have felt that such farmers to guarantee the requi-: mothers display in regard to the ma- were the effects it was intended The question of a .government creamery'' for Creek was tak-j en up and discussed at length. The j MATRIMONIAL ALLIANCES The, lack of good sense_ and good site number of milch cows. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sta. quarters-will "be moved to Regina. Appllcotions for dates may, be made FARMERS ARK EXCOTTP.AGED at The Herald OfBce. the seed grain is .being cleaned -----i bagged. Later the distributive head j And the best part or the wnole af -m-n -Kn vras that tne cullers enjoyed u. affair I ins cf the. board. I i triinonial alliances of their produce, throw the .book into the ,o 'con-! amounts in very many instances to fire whatever name it may bear on the title page I Throw it into the- fire, young man. though it be gift of a friend, young lady, away with the "whole (set, though it should. often'mistaken by be the promi'nent furniture of a rosewood book case. There never A committee appointed fer wifa the farmers of'the 'different'} rank idiocy, ir they wish-to "break districts1 -surrounding ofT a. love employ the the-farmers could.: guarantee! very" agent for its intensest promo- infatuation, so voung people for W: KINGSTON, of G. H. Johnston's Store) a post cat'] in the office, yonr j oidt-r will mViveor.r prompt arUm- j tion. tnnsthe forj Residonce and stable j Fjr Ovftrcoats .from S10.0H theorir tlia-t the weather of last-.sea-i .The. proceeding is tone up the entire western. part Canada, where in consequence of different poor crops last year, har- 'vest returns going upon the! don't know what was the coldest day! etc. ge and ad Ju in ing country to1 -14-00 for all alterations. tnnity to every farmer who was '.I- hrvo known carnivals to be 8. C..MOORE. l Direct'-r and .Embalmer .represent Canada's Greatest Nurseries .Largest list of hardy varieties, tho- j roughly testeil and recommended offlee_Ne5Ct to Preslyterian Church. "by the Western experimental sta- tions at Brandon and Indian Head. A piirraaneut for the risiht roan for whom territory will be re- served. Pay weekly: free equip- able -last year "to save seed grain, to held on the 24th of May, and they jrot (XDce Pfcone 102. Resklence ment specially designed for western agents. Write for particulars. STONE WELLINGTON (850 Acres) ONTARIO Nurseries TORONTO GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA OF Notice to Steam Engineers XOTIGK IS HEREBY GIVEN that xa examination will be held by Jo- Buxton, a 'duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- oJ Alberta, at, Sigh Eiver, Astoria Sample Boom, March 5th. Alberta Sample Kooms, March 7th. Itfaclwd, March 10th. 'Lethbridge, A. K. I. Reading Rooms, March 12th and 13th. At 9 o'clock a.m. for" the purpose of giving: engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certi- ficates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1906. Aplieation for examination should madctto the above named Inspec- lor or to JOHN; STOCKS, Deputy Minister. "Department of Public Works, Ed- monton, Alta., Feb. 5th, 1008. 17-3 NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT KEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr 'ready and ample supply when j proved successfcl at that." spring opens. is expected that j It- -may incidentally be mentioned 5C..OQO applications will be received.I that Mr. Munro, who is reputed tojje .Minneapolis may come in for some one o: the wealthiest men in the Yu- .part of'-the bushels of oatsj that .will be what there is some favor of bringing the seed from Eng-jthe first sign or cold weather -ather laud. Thai .Minneapolis any seed wheat is unlikely but no saying-that there WITS 'reports- thert and that a great of-damage had teen, done to irrigation canals, to-- the truthfulness oi Ii, was not hard for Mr. ap 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE CUT OUT CANVASSING Toronto, Feb. prohibit po- litical canvassing and to compel hold- ing of public meetings for discussion of public questions are two important clauses which Arch Hislop, M. P. P., Cor South Huron, will seek to attach to the Ontario election act. district, has the reputation around a hot s.tove and expound in sell Canada j tones tbe beastly climate and jly but not i tearfully cold weather. wholly "it depend! Mr. Munro is just as full o! anec- how the supply in Canada dotes of the Yukon as a well pre- served scrap book is of divers inci- dents: He went to the far north in upon. holds out and in event of it be- ing exhausted an "order for a big round lot'mipht be thrown this way by'the Canadian government. The import duties on grain, from the United States into Canada vary from 10 to 12 cents a bushc-1, but the Canadian officials have the power to cancel this on any shipments in- tended for seeding purposes. weather, mild enough to j make freshets had there been snow or fain J tf'the eastern papers love, is a feeble- j rooted plant, that will die of itself was such a rage for -bookreadmg as. iin'time, if only let' alone. Parental at the present time. It is a commeu interference, of a dogmatic kind, will, daWe habit; only one cannot be. too very probaMy drive its roots -Uo a cu.rd.ul in. the selection of books. firm '.depth in the soil, of affection- i Let a.young, man at tweaty years It is "unquestionably one, of .the of age put twenty dollar.? at iuxer- instead of spending: it for tobac- and end of life to roar a Child .with'cu. Then, at tho beginning of the and include al- the- lost, as .it seems to the parents preceding year, and thus continue to- .riis bitterly ungrateful. A .te'r-, do from year to year until he shaJE rejichp.d the age of KftTsnty; the- amount lie would 'reali'Trc "would ex- ceed thirty thousand How .Tj'JiJ.fc- v Our attention nas been drawn to this topic by a number of social re- velations, not pleasant to hear, and which had their origin in parental Private marriages are arrangements what is still more sad and deplorable, the TCSS Hoems upon thrjii to have fallen child's mental many, of our younrj it? v.'.ll try lives Of brave and high-hearted lov- ers shattered for life. want- something to tise -as a knock, it j After the age of twenty-One, girls may serve them to take notice of the j who have, been properly educated, are fact, that the'agricultural interests of quite as apt to know what they dc- the country would be in a great deal sire in a man for a husband, as their better shape 'if there had been more Tho Alderman, who is always look- ing after Southern Alberta's interests immediatelj' addressed to the Jour- nal the following1 letter: To the1 Editor of The Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, Minn. read with much inter- est an article in your issue of yes- terday headed "Canada May Come Here for in which it is stat- ed that Alberta will got bu- shols of wheat, 600.000 bushels of oats and bushels of barley for seed. would be delighted to come to Min- neapolis for seed grain for Alberta "I remember once travelling on the Klondyke river for o-rer 300 miles when it waa frozen. We got into Dawson City by dog train. On the journey we had very little food and practically none for the dogs, and though the proceedings were a little out of the ordinary, we cat off the dogs' ears and mixed them with meal. This was made into a stew and though it was nothing like a Delmonico dish it served its pur- pose." I am certain our people the di3COvei7 of EFFECT Or PROHIBITION 13SS. "The first place I located was snow during the winter. 22 miles above Dawson he' said, "but I also staked a claim at Bear Creek, and bought one at Hunk- er Creek. I have been gold mining since the day I arrived in the Yu- kon until the present time, and for fourteen years I remained in the dis- trict without once leaving. Eats DOJS When Hungry (Contributed by W. C. T. U.) Iceland has. "no gaol, no peniten- tiary there' is no court and only one policeman. 'Not a drop of alcoholic liquor is 'made on the island and its people are total abstainers; since they not permit any liquor to be imported. There is not an il- literate on -the island, not a child ten years old unable to read, the sya- tem of public schools being perfect. There are special seminaries and col- leges, several good newspapers, and a printing establishment which every year publishes a number of excellent books on various lines." one report by northern Such is "A man named Henderson discover- i When Juclgc Sims, of Kansas City, were there the neccttity for it but J ed ?old at a Place Gold there is surely a'serious ia about miles j somewhere as Southern Alberta had. A. EMIGRANTS FOR 3. C. N. S., Feb. Do- attbion liner Kensington with 500 5ai- -yxtion Army emigrants for British on board is expected to strive tomorrow. A train of special for the party arrived hore this from Montreal.v All cars equipped with com- will ho attachod to the A MANITOBA FIRE Routhwaittv Man., Feb. this morning totally destroyed James Martin's general store and harness ahop and A. Bennett's livery stable. Losa fully insure d GRAMT FOR ATHLETES Toronto. Ont., Feb. was received here today that the Domin- ion government will grant toward Canadian teams' expensed to the Olympic in London thin last fall, the largest acreage as well tt" I ed Carmack, with news of tne strike, as largest yield per acre it-ever j had in its tracts yield- ing as much as 50 to 60 bushels cf wheat-per acre. I am not in a posi- tion to apeak with authority regard- ing Saskatchewan and Manitoba but I' can do RO about Alberta. By inserting this letter in your is- sue of today, you will confer a groat favor on a visitor to your aplondid city. Yours Truly, K. A. Cunningham and the latter immediately set out to join the discoverer. On his way Car- mack came across gold at Bonanza, at the mouth of the Eldorado, but he did not inform Henderson of this fresh discovery which shortly after- wards was advertised to the wholo world. Cftrmaelj was credited with the discovery but Henderson WOK roiiUy entitled to tho honors. "On our journey to Winnipeg we travelled SW mileu by finwit. in tho world) then walked into the police court recently he was told there was no docket to try. In. that city of there had .r.eport of any sort of disturb- ance for twenty-four .hours. When the .captain .was asked for the reason of this, state of affairs he promptly replied. ''Enforcomcnt of the prohi- bition law." Just across the state line liquor is for sale, and on fine days men go ovor and get drunk, and com r. back .to Kansas City and ft disturbance. The night and day had been -wot, however, and they had remained homo, and the con- was an empty police court. Prohibition enforced means an order- ly community. parents, and unreasonable opposition Is as foolish as it is unkind. When the spirit of opposition leaps high in parental hearts, it would be well to ask these questions: Would marriage he the worst thing that could hap- pen Is my opposition fostering the best results, Is it my ambition or my child's happinesn that I am sock- ing to promote? Has not my child the same right of a choice in a life ion that I bad? Another thing occurs c.t this point, that we cannot well refrain from pro testing againut. It i8 the and nothing less ;than that char- acterizes the conduct of far too many parents in regard to their children, and especially their daughters, who, in weak moment, have behaved .indiscreetly, and possibly shamefully. A child is a child, and no act of a of this incomparable and ideal .parent can it otherwise. Dis- So says "Ram's Horn." Inheritance, anger, unkindness and abuse only aggravate such matters, ana what mig.nl tmv.e kept a SVAS CALLED QUITE A FAKIR'" (Tr.rmlo aSturday Night.) Rev. E. C- Laker, of Clinton street Mf-thndiat- church, Toronto, has in- vited the men of the' congregation, to yrrite him anonymous letters, point- ing out the faults of women of their acqnaintance, and after reading thestr communications he will preach the subject next Sunday night. The following week he will ask the to write him letters, telling the faulte- of their husbands and other men friends, and on that subject he will! deliver a sermon the following Sun- day. If this does not kick up a sen- sation the entertainer in the Clinton- street pulpit should, for the thtrcK week, get all hia people writing lim- ericks. This has been found to work well in booming a certain brand oi tea. He might have a missing line they are all the some thing like this: There was ft young parson Laker, Ordained to the cause of bis But to get in the news And to see crowded pftvs He FOR RELIEF IN TORONTO Toronto. Ont., Feb. hundred dollars was voted by tha- board of control this morning lor ad- ditional relief work in the city, TRY WML ------_FOK- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Ciunbropk. Help to bnild Tip Lethbriage and a local indnstry by patroniannR Oliver's Planing and. Lnrnbei-Mills. Office, Yards and Bound And Bompas Telephone 153 ;