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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of Dominion Lands (or agricultural purposes mm.y secured in that portion of Province of Alberta, lying South jftbe Northern boundary of Town- 28 and in the Southwestern por- of Province of shell be lor a not 21 years, and no leaseshail hover a greater area than Lands ietiseu are Homestead entry or sale, but the of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof giving the lessee two years' not The rental chargeable is two its per, acre per annum. A lease be granted an applicant un- he owns one head of cattle live head of sheep for every 60 acres j.pplied for, and the lessee shall itt- Irease his stock so as .to be in pos- Lesion at the end of three years of Ine head of cattle or five head of [beep for every 20 acres leased, and lhall maintain stock in this propor- tion during the continuance of the Sheep-grazing is permitted on only portion of the tracts above refer- to. A map showing the sheep Irazing districts may be secured on ppfication to the Secretary f the apartment of the Interior, Ottawa. W. CORY. eputy of the Minister of Interior. publication of ais advertisement will not be paid DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Ottoe-Ott Block. to noon; to p. m.; to p. m. 68. Iteaideuce 132 HD P f1 PDAPP UK, (j. (j. UKAub PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON UflfM over Biiginbothaai's Drug Store Pfcoae 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m.. 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn WESTERN STOCK GROWERS MEET AT THE HAT At the annual meeting of the West- ern Stock Growers' Association at Medicine Hat, the officers elected were: Huckvale (re-elected.) 1st Lane 2nd E. Cross. River, Messrs. Redpath St. cor. Burdett. B_urns and Hul1; Lethbridge, Messrs. embrace the whole province, yet he could see that they ought to make forward legislation to cover certain areas and suit the conditions. If this was done, they might afterwards make it cover wl.r.lfi province. There wer.> mjtiiy difficulties >FI the way of! carrying out the suggestion as many new towns were springing up and a very large number of inspectors would be required. He could promise, on behalf of the Government, careful consideration and he had no doubt that they would be able to alleviate the hardships which existed, The Wolf Bounty Moved by E. H. Maunse'l, seconded by H. M. Hatfield, "Whereas, this DR. JACKSON ,k IS DEAD IFrom Saturday's Daily.) Yesterday afternoon Sydney Jack, son received a telegram telling him of the death of his brother. Dr. Bert- ram Jackson, at 1.45 yesterday af- ternoon at his home in Clinton, Ont. ton, Ont. Dr. Jackson upon completing his course at the Northwestern Univer- sity Dental School Chicago, came to in June, 1905, and start- TRY WM. OLIVER _1_FOR-------- Everything required in the construction of Building, S5-examinaiion of "e! Major Hodgins yesterday afternoon, fbriMr. Murhpy, counsel for killing fourteen wolf pups and it was conthiental" railwav head of cattle, out OI the 3 cents a h-jad on cattle, 15 cents on horses and 2 cpnts on sheep (but ex- empting farmers' stock to the extent andjthe wisdom of the bounty and paid J continental r Then? they took to pay it all. The other day had personally paid a man OFFICE, .SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS of twenty head) making the tax pay- able to the stock inspectors at the time of sliipment. These petitions were very largely signed by stockmen in all those parts of the province de- voted to ranching, then sufficient importance cheap, at that as at a very low esti- mate these pups would have increased COQimssion, sought to have the deposed engineer admit that only Commissioners Reid to one hundred in number in thnej and Y anc{ ken to Mm years. I: it cost apiece to that Hberal clasaificatiofi there. them it was easy to estimate what fore he had no right to make com- Baxrister, Advocate, Notary Public j ;pecial deiegation being sent to Ed- monton to present the petition and to ranching. The committee the sum ld Tun Th IJC decided that the matter was'of b The plaint about the commission he had aeuaeci tnai me mdui.r wdh oi Association was not strong enough] ,irir.- _ r i ient importance as to warrant a ,fl nnv fllo fnr !hft J done m a le ter _to the Co1- Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors explain the whole situation to Government. They received a sympathetic hearing, and only yesterday we were informed by the Minister of Agriculture that to pay the wolf bounty for the whole onist. Mr. Murphy pressed the point country, and even at the figure paidLhat he had not called tha attention the government men could not de- Lf the government to irreglliaritieS. vote their time to wolf hunting and Hodgins said that he had brought to make it pay. Fortunately, however, jthe notice of Sir Laurier and there were enough men public spirit-j recjuested an investigation but his j it liad been decided to reduce the Lo- j jor tjle purp0se_ j cal Improvement Tax to 3 4 of a cent i that conside ed enough to double the bounty and so make the inducement sufficient request was ignored and nothing was done until the publication of his let- r- i 'i i v XT i i matter of [iganbotharo. Block, Lethbridgeh 9 I., "I ------line aua so that thej i-4 cents, instead of 2 1-2 cents, as former W0uld n0t svramp the latter. In. conclusion, hejtei. in the Victoria Colonist. In the ration be given the I meantiflie Hon. Graham hl the Com. bounty between I anrrcun.-cd that so tha L. Wilson LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Residence Cor. Ford and G-lyn Sta. originally contemplated. At the. last meeting Dr. Rutherford, the Live Stock Commissioner for the Dominion, was present, and consulted with the Association as to-the at The Herald Office. Applications for dates may be made manner of proceeding with the mange question, and the conclusion was ar- rived at. that instead of dipping as in former years between the 1st of September and 15th of October, it D. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Church. Offli Office Phone 102. Residence 1S6. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in m on t.h, Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of emplov- bbits. Serve with potato dump-, mentj WQuld do weU to communicate To Can Tomatoes Peel the tomatoes carefully, put fire and let the fruit come to a il. Season to taste, can immediately) iile scalding hot. putting in a piece butter large enough to form a ver over the top of the fruit one- with us. ROBERT NEVIN, GEO. BRUGE, Secretary. 13-lyr A SOUTH AFRICAN ARGUMENT Kingston. Ont., May resolu- hth of an inch thicks. This that a site be selected by "put on top of the fruit after can is Ithe Prince of Wales on Quebec led while hot. This double seals e fruit and prevents it from fer- enting. When the tomatoes become Id the butter forms on top. It can used with the tomatoes when the Heights whereon to place a suitable and permanent monument heroes in War, to the fallen Canadian South African adopted here and will be sent to the Dominion government. This is sug- gested would stand as binding at this great historic port of entry, the bond ,n is opened. Bavarian Potato Dumplings Parboil potatoc-s in jackets, let get j before all ild, then grate. Peel half a peck of .w potatoes, drain, grate and squeeze rough a muslin cloth, a handful at time, to get them dry. Mix the w and boiled potatoes and a hand- 1 of salt and make in balls the ze of the fist; in the centre of each it a piece of toast or dry bread an Ich square. Drop the dumplings in >iling salted water and boil slowly an hour. Irish Stew Chop mutton or beefsteak fine, add L.W potatoes sliced thin, two onions, :o' carrots, season with pepper a.nd ilt. Cover in the stewpan with water id stew slowly until tender. Cracks in Floors There are three methods of filling acks in floors. First, dissolve one Dund of glue in two gallons of r. Stir into this enough fine saw- ust to make a thick paste, and fill cracks with it. The paste may colored to match the wood. Second, fill the cracks with putty, ine can make the putty by mixing ting and linseed oil together and ncading it until the paste is smooth, he putty may also be colored to latch the wood. Third, soak finely .shredded paper i water and boil until it is soft pulp, nd to every two gallons add one ound of glue. The cracks must be lied solid and even with the boards. BOOSTS SOCIALISTS Edmonton, May R'. Gal- vin, of Fernie, B. C., vice-president of district 18 of the United Mine Workers of America, is here in con- nection with the action for damages, which has been instituted by district 13 of the United Mine Workers of America against the Strathcona Coal company for breach of contract with the miners in reduc- ing the scale of wages from 33 cents per car to 28 cents per car. Mr, Gal- vin is a socialist. He says the social- ists will elect three members at the next Federal elections, one in the Maritime Provinces, one in Winnipeg and one in Nanaimo, B. C. He says the socialists will make a three-cor- nered fight in the federal elections in Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. Weak women should read my "Book No. 4 For Women." It was written expressly for women who are not well. The Book No. 4 tells of Dr. Shoop's "Night Curo" and just how these soothing, healing, antisep- tic suppositories can be successfully applied. The book, and strictly con- fidential advice is entirely free. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. The Night Cure is sold by J. J. Johnson, druggist. should commence on the 15th June and be finished by the 1st August. This was the system carried out. This year we understand that the whole system heretofore in force in -regard to dipping for the mange will be somewhat modified. of every- one being required to dip, only those The coyotes in his opinion, did not do one-hundredth part of the damage done by wolves. He knew a small rancher last winter who lost 22 out of 150 head by very serious loss. The Premier, "rising, remarked thatj it was not necessary to have any fur- ther discussion on the question. Last season the government had set aside for wolf bounty. This was a large sum, but in three months'it had exhausted together with a large additional sum. However, as soon as he returned to Edmonton he would confer with his conferee and would see that the bounty was renewed. Hodgins also laid the matter before James Coinme, member for Port Ar- thur who wired Ottawa recommending investigation. Major Hodgins also wrote Hon. Aylesworth but the latter did not reply. BEST EVER GIVEN HERE The Concert Under the Auspices of The Young Men's Club (From Saturday's Daily.) "The best concert ever given in the Oity" was the mildest term used by every one of the large crowd that The chairman had made it clear that attended the Louise Brehany concert whose herds show signs of the disease j it was arable to nave the wolf and last night in Wesley Church, rill be obliged to treat- their cattle. Coy0te bounties divided. Tins would I That the party is the greatest that In addition to this it is the intention of the Live Stock Commissioner's of- fice to carry on an educational cam- paign amongst the ranchers and farmers of those districts which come within the quarantined area in the hope that an intelligent idea of what the mange is and what damage it will affect if not treated, will become genprally spread abroad. A Hide Ordinance It was moved by Howell Harris, seconded by A. J. Day: Whereas, there is no check at present upon the brands of cattle killed at slaughter houses this Association urges most emphatically upon the government the urgent need there exists for the en- action of a "hide ordinance." We would point out that such a law mak- ing it compulsory for all hides to be inspected before being shipped out be done. As far as he concerned the request embodied in the resolu- tion would be granted. GUNS FOR has ever been here was acknowledged by all and many were the words of commendation and praise for the Young Men's Club for their enterprise in securing such a musical treat for the people of Lethbridge. The hearty response of the people was the receipt of over three hundred and D TTFD V i dollars which leaves a 15A1 iCilYI [comfortable margin of profit for the (From Friday's Daily.) The guns and some of the other equipment of the Field Battery have arrived and are in the M.F. Barracks. There are two twelve pound breach-loaders, Mart 1 guns and two ammunition wagons. The guns are exactly the same as those used by the 13th Battery of Winni- peg and the 5th of Toronto. They was formerly in ex- arc equipped with practically the istence in the North Wist Territories and has been adopted by the Sas- katchewan government. We would re- spectfully request that a be en- acted making it compulsory that be- fore any hides arc sold or shipped same fixtures ;is the latest Mark 4 gun. They tv.-e finely adjusted for every movement necessary and arc equipped with three sets of sights, two tangent and a telescopic. Each carried six shells and six cartridges promoters. As for the concert, it is hard to find words to adequately express the pleas- ure enjoyed from the beginning to the end. All of the performers are artists of the highest tj-pe. Louise Brehany, the singer of the party, possesses something abnormal in range of voice, comprising three full octaves, and it is' doubtful if there is another human being known to be endowed with such a wonderful vocal organ. Her rendering of "Somebody that I know and you know in three dis- tinct voices with, such perfect ease proved this clearly to every hearer. The rare combination of a perfect tone production and so clear an enuncia- tion that not a word was missed, puts they shall be inspected and recorded i on the gun carriage, although the hor in the firat rark of singers. In and we would suggest that if such a law is not applicable to the whole pro- first detachable part of the gun which is removed when the is in. action. vince, it shall be made-so that those I carries a supply also. The main sup- parts particular excepted. And we ply of course is with the ammunition would further suggest that it be made ilegal fc-r any other man than a butcher to sell beef without first producing the hide for inspection to an inspector. Premier Rutherford, who was pres- ent said that the resolution contained suggestions which would meet with the approval of certain members in wagon. With each gun are nine men. four on the gun, two on the horses, two in the wagon, and the sergeant. The government is making thirty- six IS-pounders which are to be giv-- en to the permanent units and those ,at present in use will be given to other batteries. The Lethbridge bat- a prescribed area. He suggested that j tery will then return those on hand the Association mention the area to be'now anh get a battery of the Mark covered and outline a scheme where- by the Government could carry out 4 guns. One hundred suits of clothes arriv- the suggestions. He had not thought Cfl wilh thc QUtfit hut the twenty- that there was much cattle stealing Jtwo scts of hurncsSi saddles, and going on, as the heavy sentences im- posed by the Chief Justice was sup- posed to have stamped it out. Ho had not known of much thieving in the central and northern parts but could see the hardship which fell on the large rancher in Southern Al- berta. Consequently, if thc members did not see fit to ennct legislation to some of the gun equipment have not arrived. Stewart, the officer command- ing; has received his certificate and those of Hugh McKay and Leslie Sil- likcr, from the IloyaJ Military Col- lege. When at the college McKay fir- ed thc first pun of thc course and Sil- likcr was man No. 1 on thc first gun. every way she is without doubt the greatest soloist this city has ever heard. Maximilian Dick, the violinist, en- raptured his audience by his brilliant and intricate execution, demonstrat- ing to them the wondrous powers of his instrument when in the hands of such a master. Edith Adam's playing on thc violin-j cello was a delight. Much astonish- ment was expressed that a woman should have so complete a mastery of this instrument. No member of thc party was more popularly received than Alice Mc- Clung, the clever young pianist, whose rendering of Liszt's Raphsodie No. 12 enthused the audience and was ono of the features of the entertain- ment. These artists form a quartette of singular strength, capable of render- ing the highest forms of music in such a style as to appeal to their hearers which fact was unmistakably evi- denced by the hearty manner in which every number was encored. Weekly Free Press aftdPrairie Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best" THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS ALL, CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. The Western. Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of -these claw- es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and am out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the Uni'ted States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this combin'a-tion offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record k by week of all happenings in the Yves'tern Provinces. In it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed, form and the Lethbridge Herald provides the Western news, which you eannot do without. ..190 LETHBKTOGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me "Weekly Free Press and Faiuily Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and iLeth- bridg-e Herald, for one year each. The Lethbridge Herald High-class Job Is low prepared to cater -to the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other form of enter- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done and done in first-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. All orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail following receipt cf orders HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE Brussels, May re- ceived here from the west coast of Africa anounce that the steamor Ville De Bruges had been sunk by a tornado on the upper Congo. Six Europeans and 48 blacks were drown- ed. RETIRING R. C. BISHOPS Montreal, Maay has been received from Rome that it is the intention of the Pope to retire several Canadian bishops shortly. Among names mentioned are those of bishop Orth, of British Columbia and Arch- bishop O'Connor, of Toronto. Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. Yarmouth, N.S. January last, Fran- cis Lcclare, one of the men by me, working in the lumber woods, had a tree fall on him, crushing him fearfully. He was, when found, placed on a sled and taken home, where gravo fears were entertained for his recovery, his hips being badly bruis- ed and his body turned black from his ribs to his feet. We used MIN- ARD'S LINIMENT on him freely to deaden the pain and with the use of three bottles he was completely cured and able to return to his work. SAUVEUR DUVAL. Elgin Road, L'Islet Co., Que. ;