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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE STORE OF QUALITY.' -Fresh Sufply - -Garden In Bulk and by the package Graas and White Clover aeod for lawna. Sweet Peas, Naaturtiunams, Pansies, aud other flower seeds. McKen2ie^ Ferry's and Steele Briggs in Packages Nelson (ft Froser (Succeosors to Slierloek, Freentan A Co.) Mcats,PoultrY and Game Unsurpasied i -t exeellMiee. We anpply tha be�t tho market afforda. Qave ns a trial. Piche & Miron Telephoue No. 1 As to Grazing Leases (Spe�cli by Hon. Frank 01iv�r in th� House.) liuriiic lhe~ debate on tha motion ot Mr. Ames, of St. Antoine divii-' iun of Montreal to condemn the government for the iasue and disposal'' of tho Di-owii lease Mr. Oliver spok�. as follows.: irbich rspMlad tha previoua -^aiauaa t>ruvidiBg Jvr eompeiltioB ta. ragard toleoBM. and tto raaaoa givsa (or it, 'ia thaV ttera was ao ooatpttUlan and tM^'^^adVaataga galii�4 did aot eotapanaat*'-for tha- apaaas Mvf a�tvat: tisiag. la ,AprU, ISttS, M waa decided to tadaee the prlca'at wbieb Hon. Frank Oliver (Minister of thi" t�>ri par defttr o� �ha ImMsifOldJi migbt Interior). The resolution tefcjre the ta^ purahaatd af lr9.Viiar abrv.-fe House is divided into two parts, if I Swptemtar; IWOS.' by the praawt gov-remember it correctly, the flirst coh- '''"*'"M�n'�Haa^^ demning the action of the Departwars'aaapaa* moiit of tho Interltir, in the granting of the I.itse, and the other condemn-V' No'^ tha VW� OMiruafc^^ ing, I presume, the grantee for hav- stand in^ disposed of the lease. The one is an' attack upon the department"! �n*y aaplafa that up-to thia poiat and the othoi; an attack on a mein- the'grading'I tti�''Masoaa 'lor- tha oMmt la eouncU'�r Mth ot Fahruarf.-'IMS. latiorn wkiau ;�t>�ltf gtva � t>i�at4t tmt apaea/ pti'- it Wafar-wonld gt�a tltaa for tha dspsrta�at ko todoal^ what pan cf the cautry waa f^-aolutwiy. aaOi fwrr-agricttltuia aM what part of u waa At. Iteraloi^i bfoMght ia �h�riMaiati�aa ptoyldiag tor Ute caacaiunoa of thsaa laaaaa Ob two iyaafa aoUear-{t woa^t ba> oauoa 1 objected to Ue prinelpla af tfca elosM least; provided that tha fact waa' wtalliabsd that ^e Mad waa unnt- fur agricultural settleawtt l*ut it aaa twcauaa I foiind that it waa ' Inposaibla to carry out that prlacipla with satisfaction to tfi^ paopi* who wawiilaiaorhiig for ih� laaaaa a'ad wlU Justlaa to thaeoan* ttf wlUch waa �btlthMil"to tia baa^ laaulMfnMt tha Ited.'r found ciit,-. Uia appUcatlMiM fowthMa cloa^d leaMi'ia'ttta itttMiirtBtfittr :aoiaa of thamhad haea cluaad up and aama lUd not. fr It waa dauMiiiittjmtad a� attafaetoriiy 4a tisd^tartaaiiiit WM>a graatad witK-'> �piild' '�J^Mlc� tfeat 1�� i�tfif Cppttod irc�i� ftfgua >a tha OspartBMnt of I the iatMTior ua adrntaUtratiop waa ,ttiXSJtbJ1WXl^�M aiMrM ta a toul failur*. and iaataad of tha tha �ndafalgbSf. aad aouatry having loat a mttar of f 1,- ^ Maaaaar'i Baaldanaa Baaari. ^ aOO to f2,000 if jroa Ilka, baeaaaaof Z^Z'^^ iZSZ' HT^uu '^'^ WW ba Wv.;! .nrSia irti, \ i^'.!."*!' ^WadasaUay. March. aT. .1�07. iaelaa^' ��ouaaoda aTpaopla , ^ coaatriitlai [ot a riil^ ' aMiUuM'aBd-'aKUlUiaa'of'aoaay/ � -.r ... ot that^peliey.. la fagard'-to tha atcoad (art of tha laaoluUoa; 1^ do aoa kaaw that itiaa^y part'of my bualaaaa par  ticuiarly ta 0iacuaailt> and oiay I suggMt ti�: tfta Iloasa that I do aot think It la any part of tha bualaMS; of tka-^UOMaa .to. diaauaa aueh a mot-loa. I thiak tha hon. fsatlciaaa who propoaad that toaolutloa, who auggsated that It waa a pan of tha duty' of thia ilouaa to ravlaar tha Itrtvata hapiBswi of >�iva�a ladtvid- |dsaca tor tha|laiiaft# of tha Ei9�rt. MMtUl Farm at LiKhbridfi,, AlU I riaaa, dad^apdiiiicittoaa Urn SMB oad forma of taadsr .obtalapds.^ oa application at this Os|Mif1�Hi|, aad at th* oiBea^of Mr. OlmiimtM'l ay. Latbbrldga* Alta. . ,\ f' , |v itaaoaa tandar^Ta^ik^M'till'-'^' tMMlars wUl aot ha toaaMaii�d',�fMMi�, aada oa tha priatad fona m^fim^ aadaigiiadvitb^ thair hataal aatuna. tehder m�at ha acwaaiitill When You Uncover the Merits of onr dfelicioua bottled goods and discover the rich flavor of our ginger ale and beer, snriaparilla, orange cider, Ironbrew and Icmou and cream soda you will fiud tliat 700 have discovered a beverage to delight the palate and make a rich treat for your' friends when they call on yon. Leth bridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. bcr of this llotiw. It is 'my concern, at the moment, to deal with the gucitiun as it relates to the;depart-mcnt. I waH very much Interested lf� the prL-setitatlon of the case made'by tho hon. nu*nit)cr for Altierta (Mr. Herron) in "lich he depicted^- to the House tho happy conditions in connection, with the ranching businexs' generally which prevail^ in tfie XorthvoNt under the administration of the late govorntnent'. One' woutd suppo.se from his telling of the story th.ilall thp trou'Ijcgan With the at'cufssion to power of ihe GVit government. I'hiit up to that t'imiiithere httn boun 0 weil-donned, continuous and sucvesMful policy, .mid that that policy had no' relation whatever to cloNed ,e(iNOH. N'ow, investigation of the matter in the department,' an from residence in the country runs something like thi.s: Tho first regulations in regard to grazing leases well as niy knowledge of the facts were passed on. December 23, 1881. And, in this connection let mo just say that when hon. members on the other side com|ilain, as they have frequently Complaliie'd,' of-the . tendency of this goveriimorit ?tp "concentrate orbitrury power in FOR the best SERVICi: IW leth b ridge; stop at TIIe WE AKE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATlSFIElD" rR:iltfefeS { Farm Earnest, ConcorfHarnert, Strapa, etc.,*lw#7a on h^nd. We can gaaruutee yoii complete satiafaetion. Stock Saddles bttridie � (Successors to Homer ^iHutbWiiiOii) out-' Kijard 'to tha 'quality of the cauatri^'wHiail'they coveMdi Vhat la to say, tl�y- waM graated"lrreaiwe  tive of'-whetkar �ha land waa" oaly suitable/{for ghuiiny'or whethar 11 ^�a* Suitable for-'farmiag, aMd'^H waa bacausiK laaaaa had biahmniunity,~it gave a groat daal of-^aamh aulhuril^." disaatlafaetion-U) men who were tar-[tha rcgalational tor waa aot St^'for-agrUNUtural pwr-poiaa. 4a4-^-kwrobaf at" la.>aa�^4ar aa.. thay liha to follow iC X do aot ballava la tha'thiad'of politiea; i do not ba-liaaw la tkaC kind of parliamantaair dlaaaaBioa..-.matamfiB thhi-: caaa right cchid baty ha ravokad by W W*^'^ ^''i nriP****"*** o'^iM **t*r8 an acre. I ask hon. members to take the trouble to follow the somewhat devious , course of these regulatl|>ns regarding grazing leases seeing the difliiulties of dealing with in the Northwest for tho p urpose of thoroughly eatablish^.' Several.nwa ptjrtunlty-of^^^prtftcctlng theinaaivaa ta | tuaa haid;-Vkah'tha vSkt waa paid curryiag oh tinit'induatry. - Shortly '-'bcfiira - the- graaial raga i latioim- ��lNi'-auapMidad in - 190S-i*-thcae ragiliatioaa'which did 'hot dta-eriminata' ? tiatwaaa tmod ladd 'Aad' bad-tha 'BrawB�appUeatioH'^ ttaa made, aadtWlleOragor gnd Bitislr-cdck apptieatloaa were m�da.''>' tliaia applieatitoha wara- baaed a* tha �'1^ lagatloA' Ckat^ aa tha land "appMad the handa "/�r waa aaflc tor agricaltural' p�r- 'fa-'and 'tl!iia"q�latiiba'''''^'raiaad.aa'fo. ftow'Iki MMd akddld ha iaiaad Ifava taw daetoioa'd* tka-kaa. awBibar. trofB St. Aataiaa; ttta raad it ta >ka Uoiiaa:'Ittaatead-to aa (kat �N� fair propoaltida looftad at ' > Hjo^ tka "adiMaiatimtlVa " potat at �le�. AeCiVB Mkaa iceardiagly.: \^ wkad latar at,' It waa lapiiasimywt?*. �w�'W���i laiitkdc t��a'pjK>t>V kid figkta that ' ' ......... fitfC: afth)ae�.:4a a�|*ews-^o, . Cura. ]>rtti.;Catttil Laws would ba.nmdad. if alCCaafk Cum wars lika Pr'SlttM>|>'i"'Coagk Cure ia~aad has haen-for-^ yaara. National'law aaw r�i|iili�B that' if any poiaona anter latovat^ ce^gh' intxture, it must be priatad.oa ,tha label oc package. For tUa" raaapn.' mothera^^!;and:Ic^hlm;^'s^^ poison-marka on Or. Sho'.- ration FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVEllNfiPUlUC X liXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS MOT AND CQ10 WATM RATES ,$180 A DAT iLETHBRlDGE - ALBERTA lations of Decemlier 23^ 1881. were ded. There Waa-then ho'ailfhorityto so popular and so generatly approv- grant leusea, to thaW-'getitleinan. jth ed that we find by order of council though the-goviernnient''had decided of April 11, 1882, that some two tA grant thefh'leiMia?-'Therefore ia and'a half million acres had been I>e6emher/ lOOS;' a,-''apeciit'order la | applied for as grazing lands up to council' waa' palsed prbvidiHIf' forthe that time. The quantity of lundthat granting' of cliMed'"''^leaBaa'~'t�i thaaa was going to be alienated for twen- gentlemen^'oftfca araaarik'^(|t"''l>y tka caaceliatiok of tka-der ia aouacU. ^t tka aaa* ^ tkm tkaaa people had, la thaitewa 'Bajf-aaear laeelved aay aas ^af tke Tkey had derived aa advatf^ faga frtiai; it. Ia W lar'aa laai a-Ware thaaa waa aa ether coaBtar ap� plicaat who wda.dapyi*ad af tka. �d�'f tiia laad, aad itdiaamd to tkat under aU tka sltcaaMaaeaS' it tka COB. 9om 4f thay are Jadged by that idea which ikaft'tkSBMelvaa haws'-created. : that ia. thaik/aultcand. aot oura. W �4V�ilCVM BBMBOV JTOR �Ai� Ita^aaaaat taste aad prompt cure aava.'x aaHla- Ckambarlaia'a - Cough lUMedy a lavorlta with |tha 'mothers or aalaiV childra*. ^t qulokiy' i caraa heir sougka-aad eolda aad prevents akf" da�i�r- of paeamopU or other setiaua^ eoaaaqaeBaaa. It not -only aasaa afoap, bat whaa given as tioon m--' tka^^aroapy' aaagk appears' will gffimt tka attaak rer sale by .%ll Simply refuse to accept'!�ay,'othfis.;! Sold bj J. D. Higinbothaai'.A Cat., waa.aot uafair.ta Ilea alderatioa lMt> waa flvaa may ha that a* error ted. I'-aaaap* aaswar. fat avasy f-act Wbsa regulations were issued providing I nay, no faiilt can be' fouhdr that leases should be opened to these regtilatloha homcsteading or purchase unless oth-'uppiicatlona began'to pour la -for erv-ise provided in the lease. That cldsed leases. Wheh>r caOM-Ulta-tha is to say the government had the department, T fouhd tka cOaditloah authority under those regulations to exactly the same IA 1909 aa' tKay grant a closed lease or an opea'were under thagovaroiaenf'^ k IMt. lease, as they .might see fit. Vkey had provided for cluaM laaaia Mr.A. C.' Macdonell-Would the for 31-yeara, ap'd thhy irsf�'idad hon. minister iitease mention the with applicatldns for ,tWo aad a kalf year. rmiltioh acres of land. As aooh ' dS Mr. Olivcr-i-This was in September the provisions for closed naaaa'Wei^ of the dapartamat la all parta of Ita adaUaiatratioa. bat  do aayitkat itt (a hatter: taadWiBlaiariaeik^ ^hlla dapartmeat ta arr aa tka-atda 'al fair eoaaidaralioa ta iiadividiala tkaa It ia to an- aartha aideof asaaclaiat the doaiiaaBt aathoHty -af tka go*-afnaieat to dapMv* aa iadtvldual ait-iasa of aa aiialiabia Hili." ttAf'turn priaiTtol* whlA hi dcai^tad fUly!lk tka OiVMtiDaai of tka taiartor; ^ Hi aclad apaa Vfut day larragBrd'ta COALDALE NEWS. 4' the working tmin is sida-traekad here, and .we hope thay will, rsmaia until they finish laying steal hare. " Mr. Mttir is doing - quite a let at building on his farm. rrincipat Loucks of the Madiciae Hat schools hiia 'rtalgnedr' Viea-Prinripal Pentl'and'sucCeeda'him. Thi! Medicine Hat Times aays the booth privileges on the -'-hasehall grounds ha\e be�n purchased' by a Lathbridga man lor 11,500.  I wars passed, atowa konhaCMtd rlgkii aaT W kagard ^to Herald Ads. Bring Results. 1889, I can lot the hon. memberhave the order in council if he would like to have it. Now, the ranching business had,run on in a way thot as my hon. friend from Alberta (^Mr. Her-ron) menfiohed today, was not al-togetlier satisfactory. In October,. 1803, notice was issued' to ell and sundry the lease holders in th^eoun-we had .ho mehna of niafciti# a prop-try that on December 31, ISOe.thoir er discrimination heta'anB tlia agrie^ leases would be finally cancelled, but ultural ..iahd aad the lifi'd that waa prelimliiary to thot they would hi purely jiraring. 2 fouiid that w* permitted to purchase ton per cent, could not make that dia'tiactidif. ~Wa of their lease holUinga at �3 an acre. c6uid nut be aatiallad ihkt the "ap^ Incidently it was mentioned thatthia piieation which wa'a made for a cloa-cflurae was taken for the reason, am- ad graSiag lesie waa "for land that ong others, that the land thai, had: already bcnn given toJ.he ' leaseholders was now required for rati-, ways under railway land grants. In February, 180�, an order waa passaii rifktf'-rwtdiidd to- 'ttf 'KiiK'^fHaiidh''" dtto^^'liHi'ie var^^eB��ftli--al�aiit'''tli'^�NNiir'^ gotiihidlaait* ki'-VMa il�r�(e�Rii*''''aiia;-:t��ol�iag'-k 'imukr-mif-mi'; "af id>'aii:-'tolMI'�i''fk-.�00 �kki'''�feb'l|aa ct^tnMcr"'im(iii �iar~"'iMvaaaW'''''kMW' tiN*' huV"'bjr"' iMi^'^'friaftdi' �ritti'tkar ware' IA olbiia. tkat'ik�|iidted'tka- Moi^h-waattbifBtfy akttMaiaaM^'tfciis j|i6-miaioB'. of'''Caiada''f or'' 46- 'maay'^'faara It waa^titaia8ft':�f''tlii�''{dsis''^t'liaa. isatlMak a'dvbaatM''teca^'-lttKt^ ion'. ilMilrMMni;'should'ba aa m�lib- clfta tkat aoaiai barasa �fcadi, tkair' taia a poaittoa wkCek jNiida**; k ilatltfka-'ierjr'dy iliBici�)ftd''iairiiitAtlakay ,tiir �'- 'mmmt; 'V m^' 'tka^ Nguia.eiaw'' tikiM- miMt^^mmmmm'W^ WW passed in February. lOOA. at' dace the department waa flooded with applications for such ishses. aad 1 found it absolutely impossible tfi aduiinistei- that regiilatloh accordidg' to its intent. That la to acy. Wi had so many applieatiofia and they covered so much of.the eoantry that was not fit for afrieultfiril aettla. mant. It aeemed to �ar�oh>*H to face with the Qusatlati aal did, that the oaly tbiuf to da to stop Can U tt to sun iNiRrry FftMluccd )rattf�1y from pecially selected Western UitaddHird Wheat by the b�:�i improved meihckld, in the'most'modam milHny plant in the world. ^ Tfcaf�''''why PwHy �lom tovRicK'ta: >' Sweet; md WhoieMMie -^I^S HtMarnkti Sweet Sold everywhere .in Dfliminion. the A". Mids afrWiaaTaaeb eaaeriah am Mia 76 ;