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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW TOWN OF LING In Southern Alberta, at the Junction on the A. R. 1. Railway, part of W. J 32-6-19 W. 4 in the centre of the great Southern Alberta Grain Belt No success ful business man ever turns down a proposition without due con- sideration. Putting rour money in banks is not tin investment. The earning power of money is great when put into new and creative enterprises Instead of there being one rich, man to every lumdred -thousand you would get TOUT share. Lots in the New Town of Stirling are a good in-vestment. Why? STIRLING is located in the heart of a district where the crop are 55 bushels Winter Wheat to the acre. Stirling is located about 19 of Lethbridge and is now an important railway centre. It is also expected that the Weybnrn extBii- sion Tvill run to this point. The lots in this desirable toivnsite are all high and all good sized building lots. The title is perfect, and can be secured at any time upon final payment of purchase price. The lay-out of STIRLING is ideal, with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running back of each block 20 feet wide. Prices range from for business lots down to for residential lots, on terms of 1-4 casi, balance and 9 months, withinterest at 6 per cent. For full particulars -vrrite or call on DR. KOELLOR, who will be found at STIRLING with blue prints and plans and price list of lots. Standard Land Co., Lethbridge j Y. S. SHEPARD, Manager SHEPARD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Cu not wait till the. best lots are sold. ACT NOW. T. E. PATTERSCfN, Office. Qiiver Block. Phone 287. ORDER YOUE Coal from Phone 237. Best. and cleanest .on the market.. .Prompt delivery at your home, and weight guaranteed. DELAY IN .BUYING "CITY PEO- party means higher prices tomorrow. Buy today. terms. Any locality on easy FAHM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a term, of vears at 6 per cent. DO NOT; TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house aud furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO. The best- is none too good for" yoii. Buy a Heintzman and" you be satisfied. Easy terms or discount for cash. Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. MR. MAQRATH PRAISES EXPERIMENTAL FARMS (From Hansard.) C. A. Magrath (Medicine Hat.) Mr. Speaker, I deeply regret not to have understood the speeches made by the hon. gentlemen who proceeded me upon the important question of the agricultural, interests. I wish to say a few words in support of this resolution, because I know that a new country cannot be successfully settled witfiout the aid of experiment- al work. Experimental work has con- tributed greatly towards the success- ful settlement of Northwestern -Can- ada. The Indian Head farm .has been in. operation for.... many., years aud h has been of great benefit. -At- one period the territory immediately surrounding Indian Head was not being settled, -and apparently could not be settled., and I believe that.the great- change., that. .has taken place in thai section of the country is largely due to .the experimental work conducted by the Minister of Agri- culture. I feel that it. is impossible to say too much in support of .the work being done, by these experiment- al farms. I .am sorry we have not an experimental farm in the northern The Habit of Adver- i portion of ..Quebec, along the' line of I the National Transcontinental Rail- way. In a few years our prairie country will be largely settled ap.d _ j we will then have to .locate people 1H the Herald areas. I see no reason I why we should "not direct attention to country 25 or 50 miles north of frOgreSSIDn this city. That however, can I never be taken. up until some experimental work is done fur- ther north .in that province. I take pleasure in supporting this resolu- tion and I- sipcerely trust" that the -Government win see. its. way. clear to giving tne province of Quebec at least one experimental, farm and possiblv two, because I believe we cannot have too many of them. DISTRESSING FATALITY Halifax N. S., March 9.-Mrs. Wil-i Ham Bell, an .aged woman alone at Wallace Ridge, was burned uo death in her house. She had frac- tured her hip bone which had been set by a physician, and was strapped w an iron weight, to keep the leg from saoriening. She was in this-condi- tion when burned to death The or igin-.of the fire is unknown.'. CALGAY NOT YET i oronto, _March T. Eaton company deny the report- that they are to establish a .branch' store in Galearv. _: LABORS ARE OVER Winnipeg, March idamtoba Legislature will prorogue this afternoon. JANE CABLE GEORGE BARK McCUTCUEON. "Beverly of Gmuttrk." Etc Copyrtyht, law. EKxlcL Company. CHAPTlli XVII. before Da- .vid. ('able was permitted to. see his wife. During those tryinjr hours lie lived of aguny la sus- pense, yiie had Seen removed to her tiome late on tin- of the "hold- nix" as the newspapers felt justified in calHnjr it He did uot jro to his office ihe next day nor the uext, but haunt- ed her door, sleepless, nervous, held j close by A dozen times at least he sought admittance to her room, but i was always turned .away, cursing th doctor and the mirses for their inter fereuce. i His worst fesir. however, was tha I his wife would not forgive him. No the dread of nor his own j shame or remorse, ii.-.t even the pun j ishmeut that the mi-lit inflict i could be fear of what j might be her liu-. hatred. He I grew tc feel that doctor, the nurses, the sen-ants, looked upon him with strange, unfriendly though re- spectful eyes. In his bean he believed that uis wife hid cursed him in their j presence, laying bare his part in the j unhappy transaction. j At last the suspense became uubear- i able. He had noticed a'slight change in Jane's manner nnd at once attrib- j uted it to something his had j said, for Jane had been allowed in the j sick room. The discovery that she j was not his child had not ns yet struck deep into his uuderstaadiug: In. a vague sort of way he realized that she was different, now that he knew, but it was impossible for him to consider her ia any other light that of the years gone by. The time would come when realization would cut into his .heart more deeply than now. but at present a calamity of his own making was forcing all other troubles into the background- His greatest de- sire was to reach his wife's side, to know the worst that conld come of his suit for forgiveness. The evening of the second day he swore that he would' see alone. They admitted him, and be entered trembling in every nerve. She was lying, white and haggard. In her bed, her back toward him. He paused for an Instant and was certain that he saw her shudder violently. It WM significant. She feared and loathed him- "Is It you, he heard Tier uk weakly. "At last! Oh, I was afraid that gomethlng-had happened to you! He threw himself on knees for her. Bangemer's fangs must tw made harmless forerer. H .1 suppose not" said he, looking out of the window; don', "Ekavid. she said feebly. ".How T dread- ed to have your learn. the truth after all -these years, and, above all, how I hoped that Jane might never knowl I tried every means: In my- power to heart. If been-to me. I can't ten yon of the bit- ter thoughts I ha ve had, nor the vi- cious deeds, I have planned. I al- most insane.-'I was not accountable. I have much to pay to you in the rest of the years that--I live; I have orach to my own conscience, and 1 also owe something to James Banse- imer. I shall: try to pay all these .dif- ferent debts, hrthe coin that .they call for.'' .-__... "We owe something, you and 1, to Jane." said she as he arose to leave. confessiou and more love than ever. i love'her with all "my heart'..'Wlieii. you are stronger we will ,telL: her that she is not our chili We have loved "her so long and "so well that she can't: ask for-better proof of our; devotion. That terrible thing at the sea must, remiiin .our secret, dear. Tomorrow I shall begin pulling James liansenaerV Odd Sections to Be Opened for Home- steading, April I. Public notice, is hereby given that on and after the first day of April, 1909, all the lands set out in the list hereunder. will be opened for home- stead entry to eligible ap- plicant at the Office of the Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands for the district in which such lands are situ-! ated. With respect to any of the lands mentioned lying within the pre-emp- tion tract, applications may also be made, to the Agent or Sub-Agent, and such applications will be subject to the provisions of the Dominion Lands Act regarding priority and those of the existing regulations regarding procedure for determining claims .to pre-emptions of Jiving in the vicinity of the pre-emption tract. Copies of the pre-emption reg- ulations may be obtained on applica- tion to the local Agent. For any further information appli- cation, -should be made to the local Agent of "-Dominion Lands, or undersigned-. Winnipeg Agency. Sec.'Tp. Kge. Mer. E. 1st M. .23 9 ..17 ..23 ..23 ..27 10 11 11 11 II1 11 ..33 Jl ..9 9 2 7 9 10 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 27 28 11 17 24 29 1 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 20 W. 3rd M. Battleford Agency. Sec. Tp. Kge. Mer. .17 35 15, W. 3rdM. .17 35 17 S. W. X --21 38 18 .23 37 12 .25 42 25 S. W. X- N. E. X S. E. X S. E. X W. X S. 2 ''and 7, and S. X of S.E. X L. S. 2 ..35 N. E. X S. W. X Lethbridge Agency. Sec, Tp.Rge. Mer. E. X S-.X N. X S- X W. X S. X S. W. X ..27 ..15 ..27 8 15 15 8 9 10 12 12 12 W. 4th. M. W. 5th M. Calgary Agencv. Sec. Tp.Kge. Mer. -15 N. s. s. w. All S.E. ..-19 ..35 16 30 30 29 29 26 29 26 17 22 24 23 5 5 W. 4th M. W. 5th M. N. X of N. X--33 L. S. 1 and 8..25 L. S. 4, Sand 6 ......19 N. X ......--9 .N-W. ..-9 L.- S. 3-4 and -S. X" of L. S. 5-6 ;..27 N. W. X ---...21 S. W. -X .....5 N. X of N.W. X 1 S. X of S. 20 13 18 6 3 S. W. X S. W. X N. E. X Edmonton Agency. Sec. Tp.Kge. Mer'. ,.13 50 59 59 59 59 59 59 59 60 W. 5th M. W. 4th M. of L. S. 1 4 N. E. X --19 25 N. E. X -..-35 13 N. E. X ----23 30 3. E. X .7. 8 4 29A W. IstM, 28 29 28 29 --.25 S. W? X ----25 Dauphin Agency. See. Tp.Kge. All 7 "NT. E. X .-33 W. X -..13 29 ...'.-3--21 21 .-15 17 N, X AH Hi- W. X Frac. E. X- -.35 21 14 23 16 23 24 24 25 Mer; W. 1st M. buy James silence." burled her head shunefully In, her The llberta Railway end IrrigatioD Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lots North of tke Railroad nt West of WestraiiBter U. FROM 150 EACH TERMS EASY One-ihird cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum MNf Ml Cl (M lltMrMM, Mti. FOR m EICIIHOOKD lOBSE, With Two LoU on Coutts Street; South of the New School about one block. Thif it a splendid piece of property, and can be purchased on easy terms. Apply to Tte Mil tell Mite aid Ujistnent Co. Above the Eureka Theatre, or P. O. BOX 387 Lethbiidfs, anus. moment she .went oo; "He prof toMove; hia. bat bis Is the love- an animal gives the spring it -would destroy. And yet Graydon worships biro." yoo quite sore tbtt unsnspecting- yon 'In regard-to f bis fatherr "In regard to Jane." ;'-'Oh, rm of .it to not ft party to hJs father's If James Bansemer has not .already told' Graydon, he never -wfll-. ;It not his plan to -dp. ao. His only, object baa been to browbeat me into sabmiwion. David, It will all cpme out right in end; won't it? You'll "Yes, dear, but thia and Darid Cable shook with emotioii as "wfll have to answer to me. There will be no more to be- said snringly. "I'll crash him as I wonld a "David, you must la, "ITU at- tend to him and see that no bam comes to any one else. That man ban no business among bopeat people." "But, David, was not holiest with she confessed. "That was a loug .time ago, and she's as much mine as she is joara. Bo, what's the odds now) k It's a facer, 111 admit, but it can't be belped." H was thus that the man whose anger only a few hours before had led bin almcet to crime now readily absolved her of any blame. "Poor child, poor child I" she moaned. will break her heart Sbe Is so proud and so happy.' "Yes, she's proud. There is good Wood In her. 1 don'r .wonder DOW tnat I ussd to think she was such a OMrrel. she's not Just tbe sort of stock that we take It se you He found Gniyclon downstairs with A iook Into .the. young eyes conviaced' him that bis conceruinff 'lirs-; Cable and the? latest news concerning the efforts to .take. bandit wererslncere. 'Cable held bis baud-for a long the jfirm. grasp was that-of an hon- est man: .As. he stepped, out Into the ,n.-ght for a Eliort in- bis7 Cray don Bansemer would N. W. X 21 28 29 A 29 28 Frac. E. Yorktpn .Agency. Sec; X .-I 30 33 Mer. 3 N. E. X N. W. X -15 N. E. X ..'.-23 S. E. X .-25 N. E. X -.25 N. E. X -.25 L. S. 11.12 S. X -N. X of L. S. 13 L. S. 14.. 5 59 S.'W; X .-5 58 S. X -.3 51 N. W. X --'31 58 N. E. X -17 57 Red Deer Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. AU-.. ..7 35 25 W. 4th M. All 9 35 25 Brandon Agency, Sec; Tp.Rge. Mer. W. X of SV W. :2- 26 'W. 1st M.. By order.7 P. G. KEYES. Secretary. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, February; 16tlt, 1909. 70-6 12 13 23 26 3 13 Frac. E. X ...13 30. 33 N. W. .X ..--25 26 ;33 S; W. X- --25 ;26 33 L. S. 14 ......23 27. N, W. X ...-33 All 3 35 N. X S.W. X 5 35 'W-.- W. X .....57 35 Frac. N.W. X-27 32 V- -P .OS :W Ji. xi- -'.jJO W. 2nd M. tnrn from Jnce: when, hf> heard-tbe "8ho never most know tbe truth, boood to We'd better, tvll bsr nd, It It will bf Humboldt Agency. Sec.'Tp.-Kge. Mer. ,S; E. X 'X- X 3 39 13 W. 2nd M: All r. 16 Frac. W. X -13 .41 24 N. X of S.W. X S- 30 E. X -13 41 108 When yon want DRAYING Done.promptly and satisfactorily f JOHN B ROD IE N.-E. X N. X W. X river .--'9 ...25 3 of ...19 32 37 33. 35 32 26 27 28 23 18 CHAPTER XVIII. I T'S said Drooin. "Why didn't ypti taj to him that I am bniyt __________I don't want to said employer in -a ibarp undertone. Broom's long finger on lips, enjoining silence, "He tald that you wouldn't want to him, .bat tbat It didn't make any difference. He'll wait, he They were in the private office, with the door closed. Bnnsemer'f face whiter and more firmly than ever. ugly Oghtlng light was In hlseya again. be has come here to threaten me, T'H .kill be savagely. "Yon'Il do Rotlihig'Of Uie aald clprk. with what meant to a eonciliatory. "Mcot himsqaare- ly Jind honr IIP hns to gay." suppose she lias tokl Ca- ble? He sent Harbert "Cabio's bunds nre Tknow too If I wore to tt-U tbe police 'taow heM have ft1 devil of im: of h is road, tboy bot'.i me a vote of thanks. I Ji.ire sense tnough to niikc it looii like Estevan Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. W. X S.E. X-13 6 17 W. 2nd M. All ys ..25 6 17 Prince Albert Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. 1 44 13 W. 2nd M, ..31 45 16 ..35'-46TlC ..3 47 16 S. W- X N: E. x AH AH N: w. x Frac. S. I Frac. S. S: X ..23 ..19 ...21 -.23 ..31 All W. X E. X N. X S. W. X N; E S. X X ....35 ....25 .27 ...31 ..35 1 9 7 ...33 S. X-35 ...19 ..25 ...35 1 X -.23 Frac. E. X 8. E. X 5 44 46 46 46 43 47 47 48 S. X S. W. s. x S. E. X S. E. X S. W. X N. W. X N. x N. E. 8. E. X X N. E. N. N. E. .26 49 9 47 -.36 ..7 .35 40 1 39 ..5 36 ,.97 40 .33 40 1 41 22 22 22 22 22 48 22 48 22 45 23 47 26 25 25 25 48 25 46 26 46 26 46 26 47-26 47 26 47 26 48 26 43 28 46 26 45 3 23 37 3 W. 3 d M. 3 4 6 6 8 4 Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. i 81 .8 W. litu Teaming i If you have any-teaming of any kind to dp jing me up, PHONE 201; Your wants will be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be _ paid for on delivery. TAYLOR. Get onr on Corrugated iron Galvanized and Painted MeUllic Shingles before buying elMwbere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding ,Co.'s goods in stock IWIHCT1IIIW Office and Factory Cm. MM wt HMfM IfKfTI 168 tatt at flm ;