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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1909. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Lime, Exshaw Cement, Wood Fibre Plaster, Plaster of Paris, Roofing, Building Paper. Asbestos, Comfort. Felt, Felt. etc. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. L.ETHBRIDGE, NEIW DAYTON AND MAGRATH Carries the largest stock of Building- Materials in Southern Alberta Let us estimate on your next job. No order too large, no order too small City Yard. South of Ellison Mill The Dominion forest reserves oc- cupy an important place iu the re- port for the year 1903 of the Super- intendent uf Forestry. Mr. R. H. Campbell, which has lau-ly been is- Th. reserve is practically completed. River, opposite Prince fir.' ranging on the reserve, and. Albert, has also been recommended. in addition, on the Duck Lake Porcupine reserves was during and Xotice also taken of the lution passed by the. Irri fixed by the Minister of the Interior. Fire Ranging During the season of 1907 forty- seven lire rangers were employed pa- trolling the forest reserves and for- ested districts, distributed as follows: B. C. Railway Belt, 21; eastern slope of the Kocky Mountains, (from the International boundary to the Sas- katchewan 7; Edmonton dis- trict, b; Prince Albert district, 7; rangers were also ki'pt along the C. X. R. from Erwood to The Pas, two! along the Aihabaskn Kivvr fr .in Lauding to Lake Athabaska I and in tho Lesser Slave district. At-1 tcntion is called to the jrrcat risk i of fire along the G. T. P. construe-I tion. of oxt.or.sive damage i I by lire to forests the district west! I of JvimomoH were howuvrr, of-j iieiyliy confirmed. A string plea is made for thi- i of adequate firo protection I the fores: country nofth of the Sas- kntchewan, stretching Hudson j to tin.1 Rockies. i i Tree Distribution I The value the work of the j i.'stry Branch in the tjvfis Indian crs in thi.- Northwest i- made for j cilitivs at the Nurs-ry Str.'.ion. Tho: rPport of the Chief of the T.-ee ing Division. Mr. N. M. Ross, which j an appendix to the Suprrin-l" report, ji-tnr.ounct-s a dis- tribution of over iixv.s in spring of 1D07. In 1906. tr.'-cs wer.- sent t'i applic'nr..-: of These 4G4 i wore in Manitoba, 65'J in Saskutch'.1-1 wan and 301 in Planting, on the Woods for -st thn growth of :u and the penrunerit plantations at Nursery Station are also discasse-J. Irrigation Thi-i subject of irrigation. It means Sound Economy to Buy H H R D W H R GRHY'S It shows what really can be done in the judicious expenditure of money PROVE THIS to. your own satisfaction. A complete stock to select from The Oldest Established Hardware in the City DIDN'T CARE FOR SCOTCH (Toronto Saturday ]NTighi) On his trip to the Arctic Circle last DEVELOPING AN INFANT OF 23 NINE DAY OLD SABY j KILLED BY A RAT j By New Thyroid Ottawa, May MS the re-r fui in a ere returninir home. Mildred was ollxthe inside of the palm. ed with the crime, they confessed. of tlm graving a pcrauibulator wheelwl by Mrs. summoned, "We wrote the Hudson itj.'.-ii. As the administration of i Tlart. and an antiseptic applied, but bloou- Bay-factor, "what the flesh'was like, j water resources of this great district something- more than remark-: poisoning goon get in_ and the in. and they replied that 0116 of the men iis under the control of the prepared, but what I fant worse, until death was very good, but the little red iti-e for daaling with was The little ftnsued_ Scatchinan tasted of tobacco." ithis. subject, rests upon the Federal j creature who looked at me, and ___ I authorities, and the importance of smiled at ir.e, and pointed her finger thc interests involved would justify ;at me from the perambulator was thc increased expenditure that mfiy I-iust an ordinary child of three or b'j necessary to place- the, years. There was no conspic- gi-apiiic survey on an .efficient siS'n of deformity, of-arrested The iniidequacv of the work so i development. There were none of done and the difficultly of the Painful symptoms common to evil situation are dwell upon and tho cretinism. progrr.-s made in this line of work! "The child's eyes were clear oad states o- tlie Un-1 bright, her cheeks were i-ounded, her ion referred to i entire appearance was healthy it The Irriiration Act. also 'socjned incredible that she born general principle of the j twenty-three years I asked follows: "The priu-jinore than ciple of tlie law i? that the water i? p oncc ir' this were''really Patented Sectional looses Manufactured in .Vancouver, -B.C., of the very best Kim- dried Lumber, in' latest de- stuns. Prospective builders wen Id do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOD ;.nublic property and that any rights! went into thc house, and Mrs. Sash Doors Interior Finish Lime Cement Plaster The Best Grades at Lowest Pri- ces. Large and Complete Stocks. Main Yard, Round Street. North Ward Y'd, COMPETENT MEN in charge of all yards ESTIMATES Gladly Furnished Pioneer Lumber Co. Head C. R. CARLSON General Manager R. RANEY Local Manager to the use of it do not convey a photograph of property in it, but are granted for taken boforo lhe thyroid beneficial use in connection' with a! was begun. The photo- specific location. Tf any larst-r a little were pemiilix-d to a pitiful and -dreadful signs of to'water might be held speculativdy Cretinlsm a crcaturc wh'h a11 the I humanity lacking'; a stuiit- -body a face more i than simian iu its idiocy, surrounded j with hair like wire. 'I turned front. aud ivt used benoticially. One pe-> j j son or company miirh: get- control of i i-thw wat'.-j- and have a monopoly which would the holders oi land on the stream at their mercy. The cvi- i the phoLograp'h to Mildred, and my deuce of experience is .against the un- restricted transfer of water and the proper policy seems to b; to adhere in the main-to ciple already established by the Act a veritablc of making the right to use of water appurtenant to the land." wonder grew. "The transformation of the hor- half-human.being into a child, biit not "But, apart from the marvelous physical development of Mildred Hart The amendments to the act -are noted, and also recommendations j there is another and a very strange feature of the story there is an ex- made by.various bodies for its amend-, menl, with reasons for and against'Case" the suggested amendments and their final disposition. The "duty of water" and its deter- j mination is also taken up. During the year 1907, 139 sales of land, covering .a total area of 62.332 i acres, for reclamation by irrigation I were made. Sales of acres to! the Alberta Railway and Irrigation I Co. and of 380.573 acres to the South- traordinary psychical To all outward side of this I tin uui.ivn.iu fwilllllg dred was an Idiot from her birth un- til a few weeks back. How, then, can ono explain the fact that she re- members and speaks of things that happened long- ago. and that her family have almost forgotten She lisps tunes that she heard in 1890. "Mildred has grown a couple of inches since the thyroid treatment was beg-un. She is now a little over em Albert Land Co. were also under way.- Reference is also made to the first Canadian Irrigation- Conference j at- Calgary in July, 1907. National Parks The taking over of the Dominion three feet tall. Outwardly there is no difference between her and tho-or- i riinary chil-d just gaining conscious- j ness of its surroundings. She has the smile of a baby formerly she never smiled at all. i _ "Mildred's parents arc quite poor, i parks bv the Department and the or- _ and it is doubtuu it thov can afford ganjzins oi their .administration is' _ Any are that 1909 will estab- lish the record in build- ing operations in Leth- bridge. Back of. all satis- factory buildings, is .sat- isfactory plumbing. We are the people to take care of your order." Kind Quantity Size, But only ONE quality Our Reputation We Value It has been gained by con- scientious work we intend to keep it. William Head Co. ltd. Calgary and Dufferin Street Phone 299 also treated. During the year (1907) Elk Park has been fenced, in order to confine the buffalo, and a new been set aside. j Reports from Norman M. Ross, chief of the tree planting division, j James Leamy, Crown Timber Agent at New Westminster, John Stewart, Commissioner arid Chief Engineer of Irrigation, and other officers of the j branch are given as .appendices. The report is illustrated by a dozen fine full-page half-tone cuts. Copies may be obtained on application to the Superintendent of Forestry. R.H. Campbell, Esq., Ottawa. the things that should' be obtained for her. The child formerly ate al- most nothing now her appetite is remarkable." Get our WIRELESS LIGHTING Power Transmitted Six Miles Without Wires to Light Auditorium at Omaha Electrical Exposition Ornaha, May lighting of the big auditorium by electrical im- pulse from the .wireless tower at Fort Omaha, six miles away, wns a novel- ty if} which visitors at the Oninhn Electrical Exposition were trento.d to- night. Tlu1 method was by Dr. PRICES Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying ekewnert- F. H. Milliner, experimental onprin- j X ecr of tho Union Pacific railroad. ;inrl i scamo r.s wn? nsod by him sov- j j RESPONSIBLE FOR BOY'S MURDER j Chcstcrvillc. Ont., May j r.raj months ago in oponiihif: a inotnr- jjury last nfoht rcuirned a verdict j cnr at a distance. Dr. Millner "rrui holding Isaac Garlouph responsible the co-oprmion M thf United States for thf death Beckstcad, IB J arrny corps, under command 'years old, at McMillan's Mills Lieut-.-Col. William A. Glassford. Thursday as a result, of the former firing off a shot gun to frighten the j each night, boys who wore bothering him by throwing stones. Garlough is tinder Arrest. Charge of manslaughter is likely to be preferred against him. show will be lichtod by wireios? Ground is boing broken for a 000 warehouse for the Sad- dlery Company at Macloocl. We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OLIVER'S MANUFICTiiNG COMPANY Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BOMPJIS STREETS 1 Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 DRAVING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 i General Teaming When you want your vard I i cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you 'want some first-class manure f6r garden purposes, better see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR ;