Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE. AITA., SATURDAY. MARCH 20, EVCK Odd to Be Opened for standing, April- I. Public notice is hereby given tha and after the first- day of Apri 1909, ail the lands set out in the m hereunder will be opened for home stead entry to the first eligible ap plicant at the Office of the Agent o Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands for th district in which such lands are situ ated. With respect to any of the land mentioned lying within the pre-ernp tiou tract, applications may also b made to the Agent or Sub-Agent, am such applications will be subject t the provisions of the Dominion Land Act regarding priority and those o the existing regulations regarding procedure for determining claims tt. S. X -31 17 2 W. 3rd M. 7. X'......23 23 7 W. X -27 22 9 .25 18 10 W. 5. E. X "X W. X 5 14 17 7 14 17 9 14 17 .9 14 17 -IS 14 17 .23 14 17 -25 14 1'7 P. W. X X E. X .....1 29 27 frac. N.E. 13 28 K. E. X -I 16 11 E. X -19 13 17 W. X "1 13 24 >V. X .....27 13 29 E. X ..17 18 ..23 6 S.W. 10 X x w. x I E. X x WIX E. X X w. x W. X E. ..21 10 -.23 10 ..27 10 ..27 10 ..33 10 ..35 10 5 11 ..7 II ..23 10 9 11 ..17 11 ..23 11 ..23 11 ..27 11 ..33 11 9 9 l 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 90 Bavtleford Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. 8. ..17 35 15 W. 3rd M. N. E. X -17 35 17 S. W. X -21 38 18 S. E. >4 ..23 37 12 S. E. X ..25 42 25 Lethbridge Agency. Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. W. X of L. auu 7, uliu o. X of S.E. X L. S-. 2 ..35 8 22 W. 4th M. N. E. X -25 15 20 S. W. X -25 15 20 N. X......31 8 26 W. W x. a 9 22 E. 'X T.27 10 3 W. 5th M. S. X......15 12 3 N. X......27 12 3 S. X.....27 12 3 Calgary Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. W. 1 16 26 W. ,4th M. S. X......' 9 30 17 S. W. X ..15 '30 22 N.Xof S.E. X-19 29 24 S. X......9 29 23 S. W. X -19 26 5 W. 5th M. All........35 29 5 Edmonton Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. ..13 50 6 W. 5th M. ..15 59 3 59 ..13 59 ..15 59 ..23 59 ..25 59 Political 8 W. 4th M. S. W. S. W. X N. E. X N. E. X N. W. X N. E. X --23 59 8 S. E. X --25 59 8 N. E. ..25 59 8 N. E. X --25 60 12 S. 11-12 S. X N. E. X oi 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 Red Deer Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge.. Mer. All........7 35 25 W. 4th M. All........9 35 25 Brandon Agency. Sec. Tp.Rge. Mer. W. X of S. W. X .......19 2 26 W. 1st M. By order. P. G. KEYES. Secretary. Department of the Interior, Ottawa, February 16th, 1909. 70-6 Edmonton, Murch signs of winter losing its jtrip, activi- ty in the construction department'of the telephone .system, "takes the form of preparations to build various new lines. The telephone system of the province is in a very prosperous con- dition, as its bookkeupiajf shows. 1'Jtu; assets of the- system now miles of telephone lines: 781, cash surplus on haud. and 175, estimated revenue for 1909. Against this is the sale of 000 worth of debentures in London December, out of which was Paid ut once the total expen- diture up to January, 1909. For the present year's large programme of construction mid operation. 000 is the estimated expenditure, so that a year hence the' provincial tele- phone assets will include over 2.500 miles of lines and cash on hand, with largely increased reven- ue from .19.10, greater than the verv estimate made for the current year. With' all this it is to be recalled that Alberta's system sup- plies telephones in rural districts for which is the cheapest rate in Ca- nada for such phones. Likewise it has made a reduction of 25 per cent, in Ions; distance rates. t I TtAlv f A i ff s 'f f wLg A'mass meeting: of men belonging to the, various trader unions of the city was held lapt Friday nijrhb and the hundreds of men present express- ed in no uncertain way their approval of Attorney-General Cross as a can- didate for re-election. At the same time -they were heartily commended the Rutherford Government, themselves to support the in-its efforts to safeguard, the inter- ests of laljor. Hon. Mr. Cross at this meeting, which was the largest that has yet marked the campaign, stated that in five years time the'em- ployers of labor having experienced the workings of the Compensation Act. would ?HJ as well satisfied with it as their employees now are. He also stated that the government was now gaged in securing cheaper insurance than was now obtainable. T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone W7. ORDER YOUR Coal from Phone 287. Best and cleanest on the market.. Prompt delivery at your borne, and weight j The lumbermen, still sore at the i lumber combine prosecution bv the Alberta Government, continue to work against Mr. Cross, one of them re- ferring in a public letter to his bre- thren as the "persecuted lumbermen" The Attorney-General offered to can- cel any engagement to meet the em- ployers who oppose the Compensa- tion Act and to, (jiscuss with them be fore a public audience every clause of the Act, and the meeting has been arranged. DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty means higher prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality on easy terms. FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a term of years at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF seing burned out. Now is the time to jisure yaur house and furniture. Lowest hoard rates. YOU WANT A HETNTZMAN PIANO. The best ia none too. good for you. Buy a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or diseeunt for cash. Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. C. C. L. Wilson, the manajefer of the Taarersoll Packinn- Company, in Ontario, visited Edmonton recently and after a visit to the big Griffin Packing plant here, said it onlv need- ed a larger supply of hogs to be a very successful enterprise. But in his opinion the farmers of Alberta were not eivinc sufficient attention to hog- raising and as yet, the province's sup- ply was small. One lesson farmers had to learn in this respect, he said. was to stay in the business during the period when prices were low as well as in prosperous times. They had already learned that in Ontario. EIGHT-ROOMED HOUSE, With Two oii Courts Street, South of the New School about one block. This is a splendid piece of property, and can be purchased on easy terms. Apply to The Canadian Real Estate and adjustment Co. OFFICE-BRYAN SLOCK Above the Eureka Theatre, .or P.O. BOX 387 Lethbridge, Alberta. Nomination Day brought as expect- ed several elections by acclamation. In Strathcona the Premier wall how- ever be opposed by man named Rice Sheppard. who says he runs in the farmers' interests, and who stated at the public meeting that thouch he was the "daddy" of the Farmers' As- sociation in this part of Alberta its members have tried to take that hon- or from him. Naturally the discrunt led organizer who split the Associa- ,tion last year has not n large follow- inb. He is said to be an Independent Conservative, but the leaders of that party in Strathcona repudiate him. and want the Hon.-Dr. Rutherford as their representative. At the meetine1 on Saturdaj'. when the Premier was Carstairs leading Conservative, said; "It was our intention as Conserva- tives in Strathcona to give Dr. Ruth- BARLEY AND HOPS-a food and a tonic. A trifle of 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." Some 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 fpr drinking it Alberta's Pride is a home beer, because of its ab- solute purity. It is aged for nionths, then filtered, then sterilized. There are no after effects. S Ask for the Brewery httlBf UMM Beer is SNtttes Tamil fceiif upied ice the UW W Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. j iONG BUOS.Proprietors J Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE The Beer that made Lethbridge Famous erford his election, by He is a jjentleman and has eone among us -day in and day out and it meet him. is a pleasant thine This time I'm acclamation, where men of political parties liad scholar and come with the pos- sible exception of Mr. Shepard. re- solved upon one candidate." They would vote for him. Conservatives vote for him. and may the Lord for- and Liberals alike, for three reasons. strength, his integrity, his uro- give me for voting1 Grit." Cheers of approval an-d friendly lauehter srreet- ed the Captain's declaration. N. D. Mills at the same meeting voiced the general feeling in express-j Dr. Rutherford, honorable as a meetins: man and political leader. eresstvesness Men oi both parties vied with other in expressing: the hieixest esteem and even warmth of affection for the deliffht at attendincr Felt and Gravel Roofing We will have a first class outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this Permanent Roofing on good buildings this spring. Let us talk over cost with you Boyd, Goode Co, 5, Bryan Block TO THE PUBLIC 4- We have bought out the J Star Transfer Co. Draying Dutfit, and are prepared to J execute all orders for I DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cash on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow's Stors ELECTRlCin The Modern Servant An electric motor will run your washer or sewing machine. Electric irons do beautiful work. And private telephones in your house save many steps. For sale by W. L. McKenzic Co. Electricians Redpath St. Lethbridge MARITIME PROVINCES WANT A Ottawa, March the Semv yesterday Senator Comeau moved resolution that if any clnnge in the boundaries- the pro vinces of Ontario, Quebec and Mani toba, the interests of the znaritini provinces should be saftguardftd fcy the reservation to the Do'irinion or the benefit of the maritime provinc- es- of at least part of the rights in the territory addM to tl; first named province. The motion Wi.s cpposed by Senators Cart- wirght and Ferguson becaust- of t- contentious nature. Cartv-iight -saH the object was to call attention to tii: claims of the maritime pro 71 aces anr" having done so was willing to dro thr- ros'-lution which was done. Thf Senate, last night gave a third rending to bills respecting the Hud Bay and Pacific Kailway rrsppctihc the joint section of the T P E. and G. T. P. at Fort- British Colonial Photographic Co. Place Your Orders for ....WITH. 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RGINO Slid 80MPIS STUBS Telephone 15H Yard, Smith St iW 195 TO THE ELECTuRS OF THE CITY OF I hare been chosen as the Liberal candidate for the new Prorincial constituency of the City of Lethbridge, but in soliciting your support I be- lieve I can confidently appeal to you as a citizen who desires first and fore- most to serve the best interests of Lethbridge and Southern: Alberta. In this campaign we have before us the Railroad Policy of the Ruther- ford Government. This policy, if endorsed by the people means that Southern. Alberta will be provided with the railroads it so much during the next'year or two. Both the Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern Railways have undertaken to construct" lines into the South aud with Lethbridge as practically the terminal point.' The coming of theae railroads means the opening .up of vast .stretches of country all about and the consequent development of this city as the industrial, wholesale and commercial capital of the South, as well as making it-one of the greatr est railroad, centres of the West, In asking for your votes and influence'I do so because I believe the duty of this city to return a supporter of this Government" with its advanced railroad, policy, in order that the Premier and his colleagues will understand that we appreciate their effoits to build up Lethbridge and that our interests may be protected and advanced by a man on-the spot. Personally I have great faith in this city and the South country, and if I am honored with election to the Legislature it will be my-mission persistently advocate the claims of our city and district, and to impress upon the Government our requirements. I believe it is: very necessary at this time that Lethbridge should be represented at Edmonton by a supporter of the Government. Lethbridge should 'have a representative who can be the most closely in. touch witk the Government and its policy in order that the interests'of the city as the metropolis of the South may be best looked after. More railways, tele- phone extensions, a land titles office and other matters will be needs of this district and as these and many other matters will.be matters of policr with the Government it is necessary ttiat a member with the confidence, of the cabinet be at Edmonton to influence the policy.of the cabinet in; Leth- bridge's favor. The record of the Rutherford administration in other respects is one of work well and faithfully done, and I maintain there is no argument to be offered in favor of its defeat. It has been honest, fearless and pro- gressive ami deserves an other lease of power. Large combinations of capital if uncontrolled by the Government tend to work oppressively on the people as a whole-. The Rutherford adminis- tration has shown itself to be alive to this fact, for by its prosecution of the Lumber Combine it succeeded in breaking up an institution whose express object was the exploitation of the masses for the benefit of a few. This administration has further demonstrated a desire to work in the interests of the people by forcing the Bell Telephone Co. to relinquish its holdings in Alberta for a reasonable consideration, and now we have a telephone service throughout, the Province under Government control and management. .Rural linei arc being established as rapidly as the revenue will permit. The interests of the man who labors with his hands have during 'the past few years engaged the attention of legislation in many countries and especially on tins continent. Awake to the importance of this kind of legislation the' present Government of Alberta has achieved an enviable- record. It has placed upon the Statute Books some of the most advanced jlubor legislation that has yet become law in any country. The Mechanic's Lien Act, the Eight- Hour Bank to Bank'. Law and the. Workmen's Compen- sation Act are all measures UIP object'of which is to ameliorate the condi- tion of the toiler by affording to him approved means of earning a livelihood and by giving him a cheap and effective recourse against those who might deprive him of the, fruits of his labor. Believe Faithfully, W. A. BUCHANAN.