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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., SATURDAY, MARCH IS, ISM. ROCtAMATION Moral Division of Lethbridge CITY nblic notice is Leroby given that in obedience to His Majesty's rit to me directed and bearing; date the 26th day of February, 190M, I require the presence of the voters at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDCE in the Electoral Division of Lethbridge City, on the 15TH DAY OF MARCH, 1909 oiu noon until two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of ominating a person to represent them in the Legislative As- -mblv; and notice is further given that in case a poll is demanded ud allowed in the manner by law prescribed, such poll will be opened on the 22ND DAY OF MARCH, 1909 :rotn th3 Hour of Eight O'clock in the Forenoon until Six O'clock in the Afternoon, as Follows: OR POLLING DIVISION No. at the corner of Redpath and Round Streets, and bounded on the east by Round Street, and a continuation, of the same to the Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway on the north by the northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway risiht-of-way, on the west by the Belly River, on the south by a con Odd Sectioni to Opened for Home- steading, April I. notice is hereby given that on and after the first day of April, 1909, all the lands set out in the list here under will bt opened for home- stead entry to the first 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 regajding priority and those of the existing regulations regarding procedure for determining claims tc pre-emptions of -homesteaders living 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 to the undersigned. Winnipeg Agency. tinuation of Redpath Street, from place of commencement west the Belly River. Polling Division, at or near Fire Hall. to OR POLLING DIVISION NO. 2.-LETHBRIDGE CITY-That portion of the City of Lethbridge within the following ing at the corner of Round and Redpath Streets, thence south along Round Street to the corner of Round and Courtland Streets, thence east along Courtland Street to Crabb Street, thence south along Crabb Street and a continuation of trn same'to the Southern bound- ary of the City, thence west along S; :thern boundary of the city to N.' of N. L. S. 1 and 8. .25 L. S. 4, Sand 6 ........19 N. ........9 N.W. X .-9 L. S. 3-4 and S. X of L. S. 5-6 ...27 .21 5 Sec. Tp. Rge. Her. N. W. X s. w. x N. X of N.W. 20 13 18 6 3 o 11 11 ary or the tnence west smug .me. i. 7 the Belly River, bounded on the by the Belly River, bounded, on the north by a continuance of RcJpath Street westward from thejg; w I 3 of s. x of'L. S. 1 4 N" E. X --19 25 N. E. X......35 13 30 7 W. 1st M. corner of Round and Redpath Streets to the Belly River. Polling Division, Oliver's Hall. OR POLLING DIVISION NO. CITY-That part of the City of Lethbridge bounded on thi north by Bompas Street and a continuance of Bompas through the Royal Northwest Mounted Police Barracks, bounded on the east by the Eastern boundary of the City, on the south by the Southern boundary of the City, on the west by Round Street from Bompas Street to Courtland Street, thence east along Courtland Street to Crabb Street, thence south along Crabb Street and a continuation of the same to the Southern boundary of the City. Polling Division, Central School- 'OR POLLING- DIVISION NO. 4.-LETH BRIDGE CITY-That part of the City of Lethbridge within the following Commenc- ing at the corner of Round and Bompas Streets, thence north along Round Street and a continuation of the same to the Northern Bound- ary of 'the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way, thence east along the northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way to its intersection with the Eastern boundary of the City of Leth- kridge, thence south along thft Eastern boundary of the City of Leth- bridge to its intersection with Bompas Street, thence westerly along Bompas Street and a continuation of Bompas Street through the Police Barracks to the point of com- Royal Northwest Mounted mencement. Polling Division, Labor Temple. FOR POLLING DIVISION NO. that City of Lethbridge which lies east of Westminster Road and north of the Northern Boundary of the Canadian Pacific right- of-way. Polling Station, Westminster School. :QR POLLING DIVISION NO. 6.-LETH BRIDGE CITY-The Village of Stafford and that part of. the City of J_ethbridge which lies north of the Northern boundary'' of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way .and west of Westminster Road. Polling Hall, Village of Stafford. And "further that 'at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF .ETHBBIDGE. on the 1st clay of April, at the hour of 10 a.m., shall open the ballot boxes, -add '.up the votes given for the leveral- "candidates, and declare fo be elected the one having the largest number of votes Jf which all persons are hereby required to take notice and to gov- ern themselves accordingly. COO SAVE THE KING >iven under mv hand at LetBbridge. this 5th day of March, in the year 1909.. FEED. EBNX-Y, Returning Officer. 8 4 ___23 30 29A ...25 28 29 25 28 29 Dauphin Agency. Sec. Tp.Ege. Mer. .......7 21 14 W. 1st M. N. E. X 23: 16 S. W X.....13 29 23 v .....3 21 24 All 21 24 N. W. X.....15 17 25 Frac. E. X -.35 27 29A N.-W. X.....33 21 29 N. W. X.....1 28 23 Yorkton Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. Frac. E. X 1 30 33 Frac. E. ...13 31' 33 N. W. X .....25 N. E. X --33 11 5 N. W. X 9 9 30 Battlsford Agency, Sec. Tp. Rgfc. Mer. S W. X -17' S6 15 w- 3rd M- N. E. X -17 36 17 S. W. X --21 38 18 S. E. X -23 37 12 S. E. X 2-5 4? 25 Lethbridge Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. W. X of L. S. 2 ana 7, and S. L Sf I'E'. 8 22 W. 4th M. N. E. X --25 15 20 S. W. X --25 15 20 N. X 8 26 W. X of W. X- 3 9 22 E X -27 10 3 W. 5th M. S. X......I5 12 3 N. X......27 12 3 S. X 12 3 Calgary Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. -Mer. W X 1 16 26 W. 4th M. S. X......S 30 17 S. W. X -.15 30 22 N.Xof S.E. 29 24 S X......9 29. 23 S. W. X --19 26 5 W- 5th Ml All........35 29 5 Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. .13 50 6 W. 5th M. .15 59 9 3 59 .13 5S -.15 59 .23 59 .25 59 .25 5S ALBERTA'S LAW AND OR- OER MINISTER 8 W. 4th M. S. W. X S. W. X N. E. X N. E. X N. W. X N. E. X S. E. X "S. E. X N. E. X --25 60 12 L. S. 31-12 S. X JS. E. X of L. S. 13 L. S. 14.- 5 59 13 S. W. X 5 58 23 S. X......3 51 26 N W. X --31 58 3 N. E. X. --17 57 13 Eed Deer Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. .....7 35 25 W. 4th M. All........9 35 25 Brandon Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. W. of S.. W. ".......19 2 26 W. 1st M. By order. P. G. KEYES. Secretary. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, February 16th, 1909. 70-6 j j j S. W. X L. S. 14 N. W. X ---33 All .......3 N. X S.W. X 5 N. W. X 7 Frac. N.W. N. E. X ..25 26 23 27 34 35 35 -.25 35 32 32 33 3 W. 2nd M. 4 5 5 5 9 1 Humboldt Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. S E X 3 39 13 W. 2nd M. .Ul...... 5 25 16 Frac. W. X --13 41 24 N. Xof S.W.X3 30 26 E 4 '......13 41 26 E! X .....9 32 27 N. E. X.....25 37 27 N. V, .....3 32 28 W. 'X west of river ......33 35 23 S. X.......19 32 18 i Estevan Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. W X S.E. X.13 6 17 W. 2nd M. All '........25 6 17 Prince Albert Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. 1 44 13 W. 2nd M. ..31 45 Iff' ..35 46 1G 3 47 16 ..23 44 22 ..19 46 22 ...21 46 22 ..23 46 22- ..31 48 22 St. John. March Kelly, in- spector of light who was suspended at the time of the Canadian Marine enquiry sitting here, has been rein- stated." Word came today from _ Ot- tawa. The reinstatement dates from January 26th, a couple of days after his suspension. LE ROI CLOSED DOWN Rossland, B. March Le Roi mine laid off a number of men yesterday though the smelters at Northport is running as usual. It is generally understood that this is done pending completion 'of arrangements to thoroughly explore the property down, to or from the sur- face. No people know better than Albertans that strict law and order and justice are neces- sary to the moral and mater- ial welfare of any community. In this Alberta is tho model Province of Canada. Not only has the Hon: C. W. Cross got the criminal malefactor down, and the bad man arid the hoodlum, and the whole disorderly element, but he has ousted the wealthy combines- ter, whose greedy work in other regions tends to rob the people at large, and to sub- vert the social system which would be all right without the Because law and order and civil as well as criminal jus- tice are so well administered in Alberta, this Province more and more atiracts the orderly, industrious, thrifty, moral and intelligent. Necessarily the expense of keeping things "just so" is large. The admin- istration of justice cost 000.00 up to December 31st, 1908. But law, order, justice and proscription of combines are worth all they cost.- Is that not so? But- the the lit- tie squealing ring-rdo not like Mr. .Cross. They want an at- TO-NIGHT Tom Marks and his own company in "Dublin Dan" LYCEUM Reserved 50c. Admission 25c Curtain 8.30 sharp torney general who will wink at wide-open places. Sunday breaches and especially at the gamesters who long to feather their nests by: rigging up com- bines and trusts on the basis of Governmental concessions of public property and privi. leges. Veil, Mr. Cross isn't that kind of a minister. Al- berta values him highly, just as he is. NOT TO BE RULED GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block Teaches the touch system of typewriting. 25 stu- dents were enrolled during the first month this school held its sessions here. Ex- pert instruction in busi- ness subjects and short- hand. Both evening and day sessioDS. Call or write or particulars to Gee. J. Schmidt, Prin, Mr. Hiebert Refused to Dance to Tory Pipes The Louffheed convention's attempt to discipline 3Ir. Hoibert. was funny. He could not be induced to beg par- don, nor to retract his published opin ion that it is silly to oppose every- thing the propos- es, not- to crawl a.way from his view that it is worse than silly, inasmuch as it is malignant wickedness, to _lie about one's political opponents. "Why should Mr. Hiebert call those knaves whom Mr. Hiebert knows to be., per- fectly honest? There are lots of worse men than Mr. Hiebert. He has the root of common sense in htm. If he could put a cutting from that root into thev general Lousheedite mind, that would be a very eood thing for the Loueheedites. As the thing- stands Mr. Hiebert, who "has watched the United Alberta ministry for four sessions, .has civen very val- uable evidence that he believes that ministry to be one of crood men, who do their public duty. well. A very little more such conduct him on the right side of .the fence, quite away, from the rank eoats who butt- ed him at. Red Deer. He rs way of salvation. If he backslid his chances would.be worse than ever. THAT SUNDAY SICKNESS Rev. Thos. Taylor Gives Prescription for-Remedy The Rev. Thos. Taylor, of the Me- thodist church has. a prescripiton for that aiflicition so prevalent, in .Frank and.., which to be contagious, here, known as "Sunday Sickness." The directions are as follows: On Sunday morning rise at seven, use pleny of cold water on the face, eat a plain, hearty breakfast. Then mix up and take internally a dose of equal parts of; the., following ingredi- ents: Will, energy, pushy determination, self respect. .Kespect for God's house, a. desire ..to be somebody. Stir well, add a little spice ot love to insure sweetness. Eepeat this dose every, three'minutes until church time -if relief does, not come sooner. -If the weather .is an exter- nal application rubber coats and overshoes will be beneficial. this -where you will see it every day. If used faitiiruUyy the patient :.will soon recover. 'Sunday School at 2.p.m. Services at 3 and 7.30 Paper.- along the clean cotton rags lying .around the house and get 5 cents a pound at the-Herald Office. s. w. x... N. E. X All All N. W. X Frac. S. X Frac. S. X Frac. S. X S.W. ALBERTA'S EDUCATION It is a pity that even more Alber- t'a money could not have been devoted To i-ea- the children of Albertans so to that purpose. But railways and hat they shall be able not only to other public conveniences are prime >rosper to rightly; necessities in so new a province as ?alue and promote in their turn, the oors. So'the- Government is bound welfare of this province, they must be: to provide them as fast as-the public cheaplv, the inestimable ad- vecources can. Fortunately railways antaeesT oT uood. .sound .education. will in their turn, all contribute to uture progress, prosperity, population, wealth, pro- jrder 'Justice all alike depend on this vincial. revenue, and therefore to the L'the "ions; run. funds for eclacation..in which Alberta Therefore this item comes aJjrh in-means to lead the bunch- of Canad an ,he expense account of the province.: Provinces eventually. The rieht spi- "t cost up to January, i rit for .providing sreneral-education is 909. This includes free text-books.' in Albcrtans. and Premier Ratherford S. TS.) All All All.. j s. w. x S. E. X N. X S. w. x N. E.. X .S. ...35 ...25 ....27 ...31 ..35 1 9 J, J t'V- I which are civen almost unstintedly as' is thu rijrht man in the right place .N. E. X :ompared with .the parsimonious prac-; as Minister of Education. Isn't thatjjf. E. X :ice of some other Provinces. l-so S. J3_. X S' S. w. x s. x S. E. X. N. x Frac. E. X S- E. X.....J S. E. X......25 N. X 9 S. W. X -35 43 28 N. W. X 48 22 48 22 48 23 47 25 47 25 47- 25 48 25 48 25 7 46 26 33 46 26 46 26 47 26 47 26 47 26 '48 26 43 28 46 28 45 3 49 23 47 27 ...35 1 ...23 ...27 ..35 1 5 40 40 39 39 But the expense is small, compared o what it will .be when Alberta arets Jas. Perry and 1. A. Lewis, farmers 3 W. 3rd M. 3 4 6 6 6 >etter furnished with, necessary raiU from Holland, Man., and H. vays, roads, bridges, aid other priiae I Reeves, a merchant from the same iccessities to agriculture. Nothing; j town have spent a few-days in the >avs better than ffoqd education. Is-i district. They have invested in land I't that so? near here. j N. .......27 40 N. E. --33 40 N. E. X --I N. E. X .-17 Regina Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. of S.W. X-33 21 8 W. 2nd M 1 S. X of N.W. X-13 21 25 S X......17 21 25 TO .All 'N. E. X --27 N. E. X I E. Xof E. X- 3 j WELL DRILLERS, CONTRACTORS, etc 28 26 29 26 32 2 W. 3rd M. 27 3 All N. X 13 36 --35 .38 We Hive in Stock- Well Casing, 3 inch to 8 inch Iron Pipe Wire Rope Wire Nails Oils, Pipe and Steam Fittings Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Caps and Fuse Moosejaw Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. ..31 17 2 W .23 23 7 .27 22 9 .25 18 10 5 14 17 Get Our Prices Phone 172 WESTERN CANADA v AGENCY Wwtfctst, UA Slnd Pt. S. X W. X N. W. X 'All ij N. X......9 17 s. w. x 14 17 N. H 17 S W. X -23 14 17 E %......25 14 17 S. E. X .....1 Frac. N.E. X-15 N. E. X 1 N. E. X.....19 S. W. X 1 S. W. X --27 W. X --I7 18 N. E. X --23 6 S.W. 10 4 S. E. X --21 10 4 N. X "23 10 4 N E. X --27 10 4 S. W. X' --27 10 4 X, W. X --33 10 4 N. E. X --35 10 4 W. X......5 n 4 N. W. X 7 H 4 S. E. X --23 10 5 N. X-......9H 5 S. W. X -.17 11 6 N. W. X --23 H 5 S. W. X ..23 11 5 N. E. X --27 H 5 Mer. 3rd M. BARLEY AND HOPS-a food and a tonic. A trifle of alcohol-an aid to digestion. That's beer. If you get a pure is better for you. It is not good advice to say "Don't drink beer." There are many who need it. Your doctor advises beer. The healthiest peoples of the world drink the most of it. But it is good advice to say, "Don't drink the wrong beer." beer causes biliousness. Alberta's Pride does not. Alberta's Pride beer is both good and good for you. Nine people in ten would be better for drinking it. Alberta's Pride is a home beer, because of its ab- solute purity. It is aged for months, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. Alberta's Pride Ask for the Brewry bttliif CMWM Beer is stiMtUMS for AlkerU's Prtfe It beat iMpwd ipti, sec the The Beer that Famous ;