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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta of He tirffiuag titiis for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leasea of Dominion for agricultural- purpObcs wcurwi in that portion of Province of Alberta, lying South of the Nortlwra boundary of Towa- Aip 28 and in the Southwestern por- the Province of Leases shall be for a period not 21 years, and no leaseshall a greater area than acrw. Lands leased are not subject to noroestead entry or sale, but the of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof bygiving the lessee two years' not- ice. The rental chargeable is two DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAK AND SURGEON LETHBR11XJE Block. '.o to p. w.'; to p. w. C8- Rwidenca granted an applicant un- less he owns one head of cat-tie five head of sheep for every" 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall in- crease his stock so as to be in pos- session at the end of three years of one Jheaa of cattle or five bead of for every 20 acres leased, and maintain stock in this propor- tiom during the continuance of the toase. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above refer- red to. A map showing; the sheep grazing districts may be secured on Appfication to .the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. w: w. CORY. Deputy of the Minister Interior. if. B. Umautmo'rized publication of this advertisement will not be paid lor. El W A N T A reliable local salesman for Leth- bridge and adjoining country to represent Canada's Greatest Nurseries Largest listoE hardy varieties, tho- roughly tested 'and recommended by the Western experimental sta- tions at Brandon and Indian Head. A perraa nent situation for tlie right man for territory will be NORTHWEST LANDS (Toronto Globe) Mr. H. B. Ames, M.P.> his lec- ture on the subject of the Federal Government's dealing -srith the' North west lands, declared it "cus- todian and trustee for the great heri- tage of the people." That is a tru- 4. Life Insurance Co. g ism, but it is a truism worth repeat- 1 some interesting facts ing, and -it is the great glory ol the DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j Liberal party that it has Riginbotham's Drug Storv i its position as a trustee, and that it 125. House .94. never betrayed it, A paragraph Office to 11 a.m., 1.30 ro'has be-on- going the rounds of the 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. j Press setting forth the enormous ac- of land that is vested in Or. F. H. hands of private corporations in tUe prairie provinces. The Liberal Ad- minisTruXiOii isr in 55.y that not one acre of land has been granted by it to a railway company: It was the pplitical friends of Mr. Ames who lavished. -SCortbwest lands on the land barons who now control COUNTRY NEVER LOOKED BETTER THOSE MANITOBA LlfTf (Montreal Herald.) It has long baen the settled-.policy I of "the Liberal party that I the Provinces consider to be prop- er giectoi-ai qualification will "be ac- R. A. of Calgary, provin- ceptable for Dominion purposes. To cial general agent for the Canada gave the Herald that have come j to hu> attention in this province, Mr. Darker has just'-completed a two- St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. judge by the noise that is being made one might think that this principle had been abandoned 'by Mr. Ayles- worth in the legislation he has brought down respecting .the prepara- tion of voters' lists in Manitoba. The and trouble is, it would appear, that j e "and savs uiat he never j while Manitoba's law describing the saw the country" looking better. The j terms of qualification is perfectly rea- people are optimistic than ever sonable, there, is no adequate provis- and life insurance business is for enabling the returning officer c-ood. It is two years since he a Dominion election to know with the same trip, but though he knew i certainty who are entitled to vote inj the country well, so many trails were his riding. It is to supply this want off by fences and the appearance that the legislation has been brought 'of the country'so changed that heac-jia. Mr. Aylesworth claims, and ad- !tually lost himself two or three times'duces facts in support .of his asser- TRY WM. OLIVER __ __ >jt r V-i-fc k Everything required in the construction of a B Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all' ycur money to Calgary and Cnmbropk. Help to build up Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Oftice, Yards and Eonrd aad Telephone 153 -V it.v. :The Laurier Government .has con Asfced how the West compared with Ition, that owing to the peculiar me- rf trt fined its land granting to actual set- j. tiers. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHER St. Phone o3 j There are no exceptions to 9 a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m statement. Some thousand acres had sold to Drs. DeYeber Campbell Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. ;been tne Jtast in, Going me 1 iness, Mr. Darker said it much the territorial differences between Do- 'better." Larger .policies are written minion and provincial constituencies, mS and the premiums are better kept up.'every returning officer in the ten Alan The people have a stronger faith and j itoba ridings found himself .face to Saskatchewan al- enterprise than those of the j face with .the necessity of deciding East. As to loans, Mr. Darker stat- 1 whose names were on the Provineud ,ed that his coinpauy now has over were entitled to vote the Company, and one or had becn made to two companies. In the ease of timber li- mits -the land is not alienated; but the timber ib undoubtedly the heri- J 'million dollars invested in Alberta ]in his division. What Mi-. Aylesworth land there is not an undesirable loan proposes is that this decision Drs. McClure Stewart SU BGEON DENTISTS" D. Higinbotham's new Offioe a.m. to 12 a. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m tag? or the and should bejea-j lously and carefully guarded as as it is possible to do so consisten with the government's other duty 01 j enabling the settlers to procure lum- Iber. j Mr. Ames' favorite mode of argu-. ment in establishing his thesis is that those who have bought lands or ;in it all that they know of. By the end of the year the company expects "1 jto .have between and invested in the province and will invest from a quarter to half a million each year. Asked to com- pare the business of the south with shall no longer be to haphazard decision of the returning- officer, but when an election is ordered a board shall at once be appointed whose duty it will be to compile lists of voters, in strict conforinity with the qualification established by FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR DR] O. J..COURT1CE DENTIST 3 Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Kootn 1 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5.. leased timber limits from the Gov- i emment have made money. There, can be no doubt that instances! that of the north, Mr. Darker stated Ith8 legislature of Manitoba, and ac- that his-company did more business j cording to the method of personal in the district south of Claresholm registration prescribed by that Legis-j than they did in all tba country ,'lature- Tfaen the returning officer north of Olds. The people of have what he cannot possibly north-wilfnot prosper as they should now, an official voters' list to go be put lorward where, He by. Against this necessary provision quite the contrary was the face, but l A thp rtf MV 1 claimed that the south country, es- jIor tne machinery 01 an election, JXLT. wisely nxes on sucn cases pedally aloug'the footbills should h's friends Protest- and in for dairy farming more and stated jtalk rather loudly of holding, the i House in session until' Christmas. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE. SOUTH A KD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and. Farm Property servcd. Pay wedkiy free eq nip- ment specially designed for western agents. particulars. STONE WELLINGTON FonthiH Nurseries (8-50 Acres') TORONTO ONTARIO as he imagines justify hi that great fortunes are made out ol the government grants of lands or timber leases. That Ijjing j the case, it is desirable to draw his 'attention to a parallel case which throw light on the perennial sub- ject of his limelight lecture. Three of Mr. Ames' Conservative associates in Parliament, namely. Messrs. lur, Lefurgey, and Ben- 1903 purchased that he did not know of a creamery operating south of Calgary, and Greenway very frankly says that the district -between townships 24'the Opposition do not want such' a and 38 produced more butter want returning cheese than all the rest of the Pro-'officers "to malce the they can of Weekly Free FreSS Farmer, Winnipei Family Herald weeMy star, Lethbridge Herald -sunny THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE Barrister. Advocate, Notary Public ,nett' in I res of some 01 the best lauds in th? Block, up-stairs. LOCAL IftfPRQVEMENT DISTRICT i HAMILTON VOUiNG Engineers and Surveyors vince put together. TO CHANGE AMUSEMENT LAW AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS ALL CLASSES THE SPECIAX, OP .HEADERS. jthe materials handed them by the Provincial Government, and which, he claims, have "been made knowingly and scandalously unfair to Liberal candidates. 3Ir. Greenway is getting Methodist Bishops Propose Spiritual to be an old man now and nobody Discioiine ever accused him. of being afraid to Xorthwest from the Canadian Pacific! _____ j take the hardest punishment an op-! Railway Company at -53.50 an acre.' iponent could give him in a fair fight. They naid a trifling percentage of the! Baltimore, May 14.-Most of uie purchase money down, and then of tlie Metnodist Conierence in a month turned over ac- the readiae the 33.00 following statement 'of receipts and] expenditures in'the Lethbridge local j improvement district appears. I Taxes collected from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1907 Reimbursement account du- plicate payment on roads Proportion of advertising, court costs and redemption fees Proportion of interest and tax certificate fees............ Returned uncashed cheque- Refund of unused transport- ation Balance .on. hand Dec 1906 "W. I-. Wilson to another admired Conservative j colleague of jVlr. Ames', Mr. George JEulas Foster, at an advance of 'per acre. These gentlemen, Messrs. Fowler, Bennett, and Lcfurgey, toge- ther with a former member of Par- Rufus H. Pope, thus net ted within a month S200.000 with- AUOTIO-NLliiR. 'out nVkipc in any sense of tha t W ord Al'ta. one cloHar of their own. In .addi- Hesidenoe Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. tiol1 j-etained acres of the Applications for dates may be made jands near the railway, at The Herald Office. should like Mr. Ames to turn >his attention to'this, transaction. If address. It was a long docu- ment and it required more than two hours to read it. While a numb.r of important questions were discussed in tins paper, that attracting general at- tention and causing somewhat of a sensation was the resolution that amusements be combated by soiw. spiritual rather legislative rirai'S and that the words "'dancing; playing at games of chance, attending thea- tres, horseraces, circuses, dancing par-' ties or dancing be stricken Countess from paragraph 245 of tin Book Manitoba lists are astances, people him, and will wonder why Mr. Borden elects to fight for them. Why cannot they do in Manitoba as they do in the other provinces, leave impartial "municipal authorities'? Tf they did, Aylesworth s provision not be necessary. The Western Canadian reading public is' made up chiefly of these ea: Persons who have lived in the for any lengthy period out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, ,5 the United Spates and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with! complete sa'tdsfaotioii "J all tkese classes but by this combination offer every special- need is metl''; The "Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete 'record ek by week of aU happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American' and settlers." The Fam broke and he was at the bottom again. The second attempt had a like result and it was only on the third trip up that the rescuers were suc- cessful released from the noose his steership got up and walked away none the worse for his remarkable test of endurance. MARRIED A CHINK Vancouver, May Lame- oung, a white woman of Vancouver and Nip Sue a Chinese merchant of were. married yesterday af- ternoon at the rectory of St. Barnabas church by Rev. G. W. Houghton, of New Westminster. The wedding was the first of the kind that has ever taken place in the city and has ex- cited considerable interest here. Maclfod, May morning at the early hour of 2.15 o'clock, fire was discovered in Kirby's bakcshop. Mr. Kirby had just finished baking. The fire brigade arrived in three min- utes. The building and contents were damaged to the extent of DR. MOLLOY CHOSEN Winnipeg, May John Pat- rick Molloy, of Morris, received the unanimous vote of the delegates as- sembled from all parts of the con- stituency of Provencher to choose a, candidate to contest the seat in the Liberal interest at the next Federal election. London, May a result" of the recent naval disasters, the admiralty has issued orders suspending all night'.1 manoeuvers by further notice, after full investigation of these dis- asters has been completed new Instruc tions and rules will be issued con.-: ceraing the torpedo craft. naval vessels until It is understood tbat ;