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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHB R IDG ALBE'RTA, TU k V i "1 M A_R C H., 3 1 MB! RIVffi WATER AtttiCAN UTTU MEN ALONG THE STEAM FlAI THEY WUi If Should Be There Look For It Ml nine PROGRESS'BRAixb" Coat Overcoat. Whenever you -buy-r-do just'what'this man FOR don't buy 'til you find it. McKELLVIEl McGUIRE THE PERFECT EMIGRANT the- Winnipeg Kree Tlie topical vense for tlie J.ondou Evening News, has becii read- ing the Canadian papers. He thinks wo are unreasonable in our demands Spirts uJ Pastimes Calgary will again as to what oniifTKiuts should be tobcria Lacrosse league. in the Al- lt has or- The limit disposition whick-U iu rights i necticm Milk Jtiver, (Swudft and alTwt in no slight degree quite a number of ranchers who do busi- ness hi Medicine Hat No news ic- KAnling the progress which is beiiiff nwde tho negotiations has is- sued from Ottawa, but tho question] is being made a very in MOM tftiia. .jumbal- depulAtions have Wftstilngtoir tov_L urge for u speedy'settlement of tHa', Recently a delegation' of, Chinook uincheis made "a trip- to the capital on this errand conceVniiig which the Chinook Opinion suys: "The committee met the Assistant Secrotaij of State Mr. Bason, is in charge of the proposed treaty the United States and Cana- da roM'Octiiitf the international wat- lie told them that Canada was trying to get all the international water lights questions adjusted through one treaty and by one-com- mission, but that this country through his department" was seeking 4" Think It Over Best Flour Has stood every quality test Ellison Milling 5 Elevator Go. ltd. v Ice Cream t, iranixiHl with Aid. Moodie as presi- to smje conlroveisy in rcspc-ct wVsnceors hc-ie and mdlugos in the, p bcm.tftry. The U) g Jmk R.vor WttW' s to the convention are Allan Vv ,llt independent "treaty, that he following playful bit of sarcasm. t {McDonald, D. L. Darroch and W. A. Ml lhni a The Perfect In- A stalwart chap of sis foot three; Filled with determination grim, j Ami wholly sound in wind and limb, i w, i kcarns, of Arthur, arc rfe should not ever be airaid :j of the Canadian j the' importance of prompt and And'turn hid hand to-any trade, And he should further own a skill In each, commensurate with his will.' favorable. treaty j I licks. would Ixj effected and that he was I every effort to bring nbout Bailey, of Toronto, and result' us promptly as possible. sjfi'he coimnittpc impressed upon him I Lacrosse Moreover, he should simply yearu Not' to instruct but just to learri. He should not put on British airs, about his_home affairs. He should be confident and yol As modest as the violet. "Given these traits, he more or les.-, jfay hope to meet with some success. A Boston despatch exis, the former star Indian ballplay- er ball club, is re- ported down in Maine. pntioir tins'wrecked the once great? athlete. OTTAWA'S' ILICJll PHICED Ottawa, high priced oils action. "In substance the proposed traity will probably provide that we shall have half-of the normal How of thi; St. Clary's River and all of the flood waters; all of the normal ilow of the Milk River ami half of. the flood wa- ters arid the Canadians the rest. The committee was not able to ascertain what iirauigomenls were to' be made respcctiny the- waters o? the West i SKSH NEW Coal, Ice and t IDRAYING] To jill parts p[ the city 4 itJTfiiimiOBSfsiuisptico j Office opposite Balmoral fc TEIL.E: PH o N ET i- u ni North Fork, Frenchman, Hock hockey team which the Ottawa club t-'reck and other streams llouing horn got together this winter the ob- ject of again securing possession -1 Canada into the-United States, but ICCt oi atrain setumiji iu-'- tho importance oi that big money-earner, the Stanley l i i protectfng'our interests to the lup, has disbandeil, alter having mil ed in the attempt, t'lwTsame seven men will be seen wearing the white and black next winter is a problem which it. just now occupy- k. ties according to a Washington cor- ing the attention oi those who like crs of these streams. "A satisfactory adjustment of the] Milk Hiver controversy with Canada is expected by the Fctlcral authori- '.o delve into the probably not. Ottawa this winter had about the highest salaried organization playing the game but the result fell fur short of expectations. They lost the cham pionship primarily by going up '___''" ainst a sure thing at Quebec in the O'tYl i first match of tne season and meet- VAcncraJi earning .-g thc falc o. so m.ny j players gone before. This you require _your-gardensi Was.evidently not sufficient of a les- son for after a couple of brilliant vie lories .it: home: Ottawa, -again." fell-vic- tims of-over-confidence and went un- -ploughed, your yards cleaued up, auy other teaming -done, SEE US; orVphone 201, or a post card your "order will atten-] cion; COA1J umst be paid for oVdelivery. Residence and stable of the barracks. -TAYX.OK, Lethbridge of the Anaconda Stand- future. They will> J jard, who says that Tiepresentativc ray has had several recent c'onier- n'ces state-uepartmetit ofii- als Sad hft-s by :Assist- nt Secretary Bacon that thc in'tf- ations will be pressetl with all iblc spead. Vray hits taken up he rriattcf with all characteristic' otu- r'and liis representation of the conditions which the ay in the; negotiations has occasion- d thousands of settlers in the 31i-k tiver Vallej has given the state de- jartment new and valuable iriatorial or.j the" Amcncah'sidc of the coutro- iJUSTARRWED CAR "OF dcr to Shamrocks of and at that stage of the game the Irish- men were not nearly a team ns 'they -were" later in the sea- son. On the .salary, list'.the highest man of thc seven was Tom Phillips, whos contract called '.for the nice littl lump of S1.80O as th coy Tom was supposed to be receiv ingV'tlsvn came Fred who w brought to Ottawa for 8800 and job on parliament hill; the four mem bers of last year's team; Lcsueu jPiilford, Alf. arid Westwick piayexl on n. guarantee basis of with n. division of 'profits at the X'n of thc season; ilarty Walsh, of Kin ston, got a straight per his services and as the centre man was a resident of the capital for about ten weeks he took' home a versy with Canada and has impress- ed upon the officials the need of speedy action for the conservation of the rights of the Montana settlers. CRAFTY CANADA "It is an open secret that Canada PARLORS Rochon's Candy Kitchen Expect to open their Ice Grearn Parlor by the end of the week. The surround- ings will be clean, comfort- ;abjle, cool and up-to-date Ml Kinds of Specialties will be served. WATCH FOR OPENING NOTICE Rochon's Candy Kitchen 4 A k Waterval Boven NEW DEVIATION 'i'from'a ijhotograph showing ercctini of this bridge with BEST PtliyGH STEEL Wi iu. diameter, alsolSpecially Flexible Crane r with-Patent Wire Rope Blocks, Wire Rope Wire Drawers, Rod. Rollers, and Makers of class Miftinc Alloy Steels WAKEFIELD, ENGLAND LONDON 7 EAST 'INDIA AVENUE, Sole Agents WESTERN CMOS H All Standard Sizes of Wire Rope Carried in stock Mining Supplies, Steam Fittings, Steel Rails, etc., etc. The Hadley-Roberts Co. A Complete Line of Stationery, Con. fectionery and Fruit Bananas arrive weekly 'from Spokane Phone 211 1 Phone 211 be turned into division sys- sems arft planned for the valley. One is as the -r Cninook system it is an open sctiuu timi. i- comprising thc north and soutn can- cramly taking advantage ot dip.o- l matic delays IQ the ncgptiatioh of HI .settlement' of the vexed question, is rapidly, pushing irrigation works th.xt will eventually call for the use of j practically all of the water -carried Milk River. The Albert.! j and' Irrigation Company in 1000 had a short canal about .seven miles north of thc interimtion-' al boundary. This has been rapidly extended until its 'total'length-is' said to be about two hundred miles, and j the Canadian Government has grant- Jcd the company the right to 500 feet and the other'known as the Dod- son system, comprising two canals from either the stream head- ing about jxvcntyHwb5 miles west of dam :s planned for point about thirty the town of Malta- The Chain- erection at a miles: northwest of Haver oti Milk Itiver. "Uj) to date' the government has expended upon the St. Mary's project a total of "and-on the low- er Milk project j matter of It is thus seen that J I for players' salaries alone Ottawa out in the neighborhood of [ooo. at low: water and second feet' WMv OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Cr Mlllnd UMPU SHEETS Telephone 15H j SCHOOL ATTENDANCE j The monthly report oi Principal j Hamilton shows that: t I The enrollment for March was 567 as against 335 for March of East year, 9 thc average being 464 and'323 respcc- i tivcly. During the month1 fifteen new pupils were enrolled, bringing the enrollment to date to 606 which com- pared with 406 to same dfttc last year shows an increase of 50 per cent. Assistant Secretary Figgis, of the at flood water from the St. Mary's Upon the land grant to the company of about acres a number of] storage reservoirs have been erected and more are said to be under con- struction or proposed. "In sharp contrast to the activity; of the Canadian side of tlw line is thc'work upon projects on the Mon- tana side. Except at St. Lake, practically nothing hns been! done since work was stopped on thei large project when the dispute as to the division of water became a dip-' lomatic question. "One reason for the'delay in arriv-1 ing at a settlement of the controver-j sy is the settlement of the contro- OF CANADA IMt I 13S BraMfees ta CMaia Banking by Mail If no one of our 138 Branches is within easy reach of you, do your Banking by mail. Deposits be made, cash or other business transacted in this way with perfect safety. Write for particulars. is sufficient to open a Savings Account, on which interest will be paid -1 times a yearl LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andtrson, Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Cigars, 'Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets per Week Next "door tov Coaldale" Hotel Mr. Billie Stiarfatt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Pa r ties. etc. Ven triloqvtism t BANK" MANAGER LEAVING March' D. Severs, for four years the manager of the Cal- gary branch of the Bank of British Xoith Calgary. His "next post is not yet known. First-class Cafe IS TIKI urn WINE ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL J fever. Montreal V. M, 0 A. died of typhoid is the indirect methods that NO KONING-NO GRINDING "CARBO MAGNETIC" THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION, Are you interested in a better Razor than you have? If so, your dealer will deliver to you a "CAfltftO MAGNETIC" Razor on thirty daya1 trial without obligation on your part to purchase. MCAIIBO MACNETIC" Razors tfotlf will I Get one to day and you'll ItO MOR2 RAZOR -______ SOLD BY C. W. GRAY, Lethbridge must be employed in the negotiations of course, as a British de- pendency, has no diplomatic rep re- sentativc at Washington.' The nego- liations'must on through ithe Uritish ambassador, Jlowning street and Ottawa, a triangular ar-, rangcmcnt that in itself breetls de-'j1 lay. If it were possible for a Cana- dian commission to taku up this 'matter in person over the state [partment mahogany with the AmerU' 'can diplomats, matters wov.ld be surprisingly expctliated, but long dis-i j taricc negotiations in relays with nada hare never proved a success. "The St. Tory's and Milk River ir-: rigation project was practically t first to be launched by the reclama- tion service. It contemplates a re- clamation of 200rOOO acres. The gen j j era! plan of the of thcval-' comprjsos the constmction of the Chain Lakes reservoir, .the upper end ol which is. only a few miles south of the international boundary lint, j This reservoir will store the flood j waters of the SI. Mary's that mny The lerta Railway and Imgrtwn CtHnpai) Is how offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib Horn if tte bHnH ni M rt feMttr N. FROM A EACH exclusive of the ion Unds-ith-a sworn statement road allowances crossed in the measurement, (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties" in ac- cordance with thc above while-living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself nmst notify the'Agent for thc district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner D( Do- minion Lands'at, Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORV, Deputy ol the Minister of the Interior. this advertisement will not be paid for. ;