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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta v fi MMIMIMM A BEST BUTTS YET QFgERBSD TO THE IS NOW ON THE This property is in the city It was the ori ginal survey of the i 1 It is only 34 of a mile from the Central School All the lots we now have are feet in with lanes at rear of all Over one thousand lots in this property ribwf on the market at S2OOAND S3OOE AC Hi TERMSOne half balance 6 and 12 or one third balances and 6 Ran at my LETHBRlDGE HOTEL TAKE YOUR V Clock and Jewelry Repairing Settlement of the West The settlement of the west has the problem of Canada for a Since the construction of the Can TO Ford Near KM Work Promptly Satisfaction vat CITY OF LETHBRlDGE Notice to RmU Payers For information of rate payers intending to petition the City Coun cil for side I have been in to furnish the following in formation as to Plank walk 4 estimated cost 30 cents lineal Gament walk 5 estimated cost f per lineal Where curb and gutter are included j per lineal Cement walks 12 includ ing curb gutter per lineal DONTS FOR Dont be afraid of a strict em adinn Railway revealed the expanse and something the re sources of the western this problem has confronted the Canad ian people and the Canadian Gov and the stagnation of pros perity in the industrial and com mercial life of the Dominion has the reflection of the negligence energy displayed in the solution f this For adecade Jhis problem worse than ignored by a policy which plundered the western resources while t strangled the opportunity for western settlement and dcvelopmen and the result was reflected in th ndustrial and commercial paralysis Of the Dominion from sea to Manufacturers languished from lack of mechanics unable to ob tain employment tramped the streets of Ontario cities under the gruesome signal of foreign capital held aloof from the unpromising while thousands of Canadian born fled to the United States to find the opiKrtunities of livelihood denicdthein Tenyenrs ago this policy of con V I the two simple questions of the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Col giving the land to thesettler on ooization a company was ondition that he cultivate and of given permission to undertake the ersuadingthe settler to accept the irrigation Previous to IuiJer ordinary conditions this Canadian Pacific Railway were ununarires the problem of settling asked if they desired to include any he But there are exceptions part of the tract in their irrigation o these ordinary conditions which in the other than this ordinary certainly not a sign that the ir nethod of would inexpensive un the EACH rS HIS OWN t would not be a generally bene ficinl policy to permit one settler or j in the contract then given a group of settlers to homestead irrigation Company the the only available timber area hi i privilege of land is in otherwise prairie and contingent upon the construction of to avoid the liardship this would in the irrigation works having con llict on other timber re structed the works and bought tbe serves H re on which home the company are at liberty to are not permitted to sail the land iu competition with An even more important exception free homestead and also with is the case of semiarid which other land which may be offered for are fit or agricultural purposes on sale land remaining unsold at ly when irrigated and upon which in tho end of fifteen years reverts to consequence settlers will not locate the Crown and the rate which the In such cases the ordinary homo company may charge the farmer on stead regulations apply exactly the the land for water from the irri juunc HS in the other dis gatipn vorks is fixed by the Minis but the settlers for very of the By this arrange goad decline to homestead the company can get its inon land upon which they cannot make uy out of enterprise only by a In consequence the completing the irrigation and though avnilable to then gelling ilio land in Use lies and unproductive un market in competition with other til some means are provided for sup plying water upon it Hamilton The Canon Alruon the new rectpr of Church Cath is blessed with great gifts jf Last Sunday evening in he courses of his sermon he recited the following verses written by Will iam Herbert professor in a German and the de aud the subject so impressed the congregation that the poem has been the theme of cbnversuticin amj COAL was chosen A delegation from the Maple Leaf Football Club were promised en couragcmcnt in thefurtherance l of their In order to raise money to moot present demands and carry the baseball team at the beginning of the same ofthe yet unsold will Ev cry effort will IKS made torhave the grounds and grand stand ong the people who heard There is a beauty in the verses that jeals to thoughtful men and women ASun v mj Youll never learn from an serving the land unoccupied 1 M TWt t easy v Dont over estimate your Remember that competition is an ac curoto scale and may find them want ififf Dont dream while you Work and dreams dont togsUser Dont act as if you knew every thing and your customer knows Dont be afraid of hard experiences they make the best of Dont out unsightly Dont refuse to listen to common Dont be afraid do little things Dont always have a grudge alnst your lie has WANTED Apprentices Improvers So have without Dont feel yowself beUr ag his No one is than A mono reasonable and certain A very good instance of this Is afmethod of rendering an agricultur forded by the tract to be irrigated auv useless area available for the by the South Alberta Land Com settler at a fair price could not be This area of acres except by placing the TV o lies of Medicine minion under the direct responsibil Hat in the eastern portion ol Al jty for the outlay and the work of For twentythree years the iolicy which neithertlie district has been traversed the main line of the Canadian Pacific For twenty years it has been traversed by the Crows Nest line of the Canadian Pacific Rail isefulness came to an and the Government took up with ourage and resolution the policy of peopling the West with those who were willing and able to bring its into The results have been as apparent in Eastern as in WMtcrn marvellous as has been the change on the j way jf Rny district west of Wlnni t has been equalledMn degree has been favorably located as Government nor have hitherto considered practicable ot The Brentoii and Purkclalc reccntiy purchased by the newly or The Spectator takes great Edmonton Standard Coal ire in printing them for its renders of which the manager is have over by the V fire mist and who formerly A crystaland a iiived in Toronto and came to Bd V jellyfish and a jmonton last summer with the Manu A ciiAe whore the cave men jfocturers was then im your especially if you have an Dont believe that promotions are rather than mer due to favoritei FOR THE Dressmaking Department Dont stand in the door when you have nothing to It is particii larly to women Dont remain unfamiliar ftth that in the eastern FacJ railway aside from Calgary and it has beenthis During the last ten years settlers have been pouring into the west by the thousands and every settler who went to Alberta fromthe east by way of the main ineor Soo traversed the dis The homestead regulations have been applicable as else Yet iar as horecsteaders are he area In question is as of when the Indian the The land was open to the but the settler did not want and would not take it for the very ex cellent reason he could not make a living from AT Hudson which before stood idle are runningnight and employment offers everywhere and at satisfactory capital from abroad is being freely invested in our development and industrial Canad ians no longer flock abroad insearch of but Snd it in plenty under their own while thous ands come annually attracted by thf hope of finding bet ter conditions qf Tula problem confronts the people of Canada today as much as at any time in their spicndid as have been hc results al ready are only the be ginning of These have surely been greftt en ough and satisfactory enough to de mand a cdntirtuance of the policy I by whiclvHhfy verc broxight aboxit land to antyly demonstrate that the Lllerals won both Dominion of Canada depends on wheth carrying 1 tnc vacant and ornot tnc vaca LancneU lamh of the wtst are given cuw 1902 liinards Linlmant wish to infornt you that consider your MINAVDS LINIMENT a very superior and use it a sure for sora throat and When I tell you I would not it if the price waa dollar a I mean of rofffa wiII make them tlM policy ii of two things must happen the land must lie there un inhabited and or moans must be provided for irrigat ing too for anj prospective settler or jrroup of pros pectixe settlers to The latter was and fol iowifcg precedent of Albatta ilien a sense of and A nice turned from the Some call it And others call it A haze on the fair horizon The infinite tender The rich ripe tint of the And the wild geose sailing And all over upland and The siyn of the golden Some Of us call it And others call it Like tides on crescent sea When the moon is new and hearts high gloamings Come welling and surging in Come from the mystic ocean Whoso rim no boot has Some of us call it And others call it A picket frozen on A mother starved for her brood Socrates drinking the And Jesus the j pressed with the properties and float led the new The president is Toronto the engin eer in formerly in spector of mines for the NorthWest and the mines Liv formerly of the Gait mines in 1 The new company proposes to op the mines on a large scale awl iput in an equipment to turn out jfrom 500 to tons a offices and will be con tinued aud an up town omce opened Munns is also identified with Eastern Coal with mines in and the Cassiar Coal of British Columbia i Speaking with theBulletin this af jternoon he staled that he expected fully ns serious coal famine next winter as has taken place this win ter in parts of the Reasons for this he gives the fact that the mines of Alberta now taxed to their fullest output and great 3n And who humble and namelnnx oipopulation this summerwhich will make the demand next ycarmuch The straight hard pathway to facilitate the Some call It Supplying of the demand Munns And others call it ihcartily approves of the proposed j scheme of the board of trade to freight rates during the ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Sirsthcona Board of has accepted plans for a new 000 collegiate j The annual shiircnoiuers ineoung ui G Desaxiltios of Hyacr the Lcthbridge Athletic bos been appointed to the was held in the Dallas Hotel lost ate to the place of The fmnncial report showed Ham This still leaves four an expenditure of and rc vftcancies one in Nova Scotia ami ccipts of vith ihw in subscriptions The SelGshnvSS makes a man a poor directors elected were KCK auUimn months for transportation of coal lo further Munns father of of this city and Livingstone pitboss of locjtf listener and a poorer hard master and an untrust worthy servant a worthless workI and The device of girlhood is a fancy for stuffing pillows with their ilove There is one thing ab husband the contents of these can depended upon with a R marked of certaintythey misfit as A servant a dismal afterwards elected r as a friend tt mistake as a president j 1 and father an impossibility and The Frank a It ity and liis for Thr lender ted tho rashsystem I on jrouuds Icy ;