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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta nied Assortment of Trimmed tiATS! io suit everybody in style and price CA COOKSLEY. Parlor in old Bank of Montreal BIdg. Badpath St. A. W. McVittie ^' ' Dominion Land Surveyor 'Will devote his entire time during :the summer to laying out new ; townsites. Contract piioeri on application. % �� � ll^Office at the Goaldale Hotel, Letbbrid)7e. OR. P. W. TULLER fMVSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlc�-0tt Block. Hoori-11:00 tn 23:00 noon; 3:00 to .^:00 p. m.; 7;S) lo 8:30 p. m. Telpphnnp-OfflcH 08. ]{i>i.Vnor-tion of the Province of i^skatcb-wan, , Leases Rhall be for a period not xoeeding 21 years, au�l no ieaseshall cover a greater areia than 100,00a acrM. Lands leased are not subjeot to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel  leasehold, or any portion thereof byfiving the lessee two years' not -Ice^ The rental chargeable is tiwo eata per, acre per annum. A lease >snaot .be granted an applicant un-Im he own* one head of cattle or five head of elieep for every 60 acres applied for, �nd the lessee shall io-hia atock so as to be in poa-aloB mt tfaa end of three years of head of cattle or Bve heaid of riMe^ for every 20 acres leased, and hall Biaintain stock in this propor-tioa during the conUauanoe of the Drs. DcYcbcT & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. A.T. Conclcll,M.D.,C.M. A great deal has liocn said durins; thu past four or five years, about al)out Western Canada- and its agrl-cul,lural |Mis�ibilitit>s, while but a fow years af^o it wo.s co�isitlor�l nothing but a barron wa.s>t�. or at least good for nothing but ranching |)uriJ�iscs. | Land agecn expii>ili'\g the country, ne\vspa|>ers have bad leng'lhy nrliclos and editorials on tlio ininii|;rn'tion movement during the la.st yt'ur or two, and last few months especially, the Icjul-ing niagn;:ines are 'taking up iho pos-sibi!itii\s of western Canada. Certainly a tojjic which is tiuioh discus.sed is worthy of the o�>u^:i|,1^a-tion of the investing public. II --'.n^ bci-n rivised on a farm and h:i-iiiK a!-; so boon in clo.se touch w;th agricul-; tural life. I will try to ix-ciite n fcw| facts whicti no fariiiec can alTonI to overlook if he Inionds to si-t.tle with nti idea of imprciviiig his condition| j ruiiUiciiiUy, socially and mornlly,' i none of which any intending investor can nllord to overhK)k. Soiitliern AHxTta covers a vn.st am cl,imatc must lie mild-in '.""f.  t'n'S are seldom used, and in r.he jeav.s past ft'tock has run at Inrg'; the winter. Last A^^inter all J* nada and in fact, in the Stales, til* winter vn.s som . /' \cri- and sprinir backward. ieriod of lime to (U-inons-tralc the iv gularity of the iitiUI seasons. I'LFNTY OF GAME AND FUEL. that they are uniler a difTeront gov crnnient. Finally one must say that while Southern .VllxM-ta oilers 'to the farmer and invcfitor as good n field as thoiHj is to be found an.\wh�^xj 'today, tf;h each should use .-:i-Tliero is game in uliundanct^ in sou-j tive bronchial mombraws. Xo op-thcrn Alberta. Tlu- .sportsman can iuni, no chloroform, n lliirij; iuirsh .secure all the gro'wc. praij-ie chicken' used to injure or iupp;-.';s. n.f'y clucks and gee.se be desires, while tlie a resinous plant ?xtru r,. ilat helps sportsman looking for larger game and fish can also litul plenty of it by goinsi; into the niuiiiitiiins in western .VlUerta. In the northern part of western Canaila theiv is tiiiilvr to l>e securefl' for fuel,, hut coal is the muln fuel of Siiutlu'i-n .Vliverta. Suutlierii Alberiaj ih in-!H-t ic!ill\ all unilerlnid with a to hcali aching lungs. The !-|;in:";'.s call this shrub -.Miich the 1) "'t.o!' uses "The Sacred Herb." i.'t'imil lir. Shoop's. Take no olh >. So,'.! I.� all dealers. Want Railroad to Lethbrtdge ;ounl of 'lorritory and any stutenient: ig-j of conditions inu.sl he taken as a .i?cn-; Kf^t '"'"fs in live uculd is loca.ted at I era. stateuiout, localise the .same Sheep^raaiiig is periioitted oa only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map ehowint' the sheep (razing districts may be secured on apprication to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. ' W. W. CORY. Deputy ot the Minister of Interior. N. B.-^UaaUtliorized publication of this advertiaeuient will no't be paid for. Leth bridge 1.0. Lodge Ko. 2. O.F. (Post Graduate London Hospitals.) Temporary Onice and Uesidonce Cr. Cutbill and Courtlund. Telephone Day and Night. 32. | (hin- holds true of I'amida, a.s holds . . ''~*^~*? [ true of I'nited Suites, and that is. that in sumo countries there will be good l,nnd and there will bo poor land, hut the greatest tiuanlity of it is good land. FEUTILK AND JUCH SQIL Drs. McCIure & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Oflice-J. D. HiKinbothani's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. j. eOURTlCE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel (Goaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12. 1-3. W. C. SIMMONS Adrocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - 80UTHABD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and 5 Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Leth bridge Any one who has over anvcsitigatcft conditions of the soil never doubts | According to the High TUver Times railroad nieetinys were colleil f(u' Kri-Letlilirivlf;\'. niul anotli.'r large corporday evening, the 181h, to l)e held at ntion lo iiime cual lui.i recently been |>oints betwwn Hrunt and thive olh-i)rs;ani/o- coal for \k-i- ton by going' tiii(,nlng the f'resident and Dire^-tors to the mifie. or ha\e it (k?livered to of the Canadian I'acilic Hiiilwa.v* Com pnny to e.vtend the railroad from Lelhbridge north, paralleling the C. him for 2.70 to Sl.Oti per ton. ITOMK MAUKirrS AKF MMEHOrs and' 10. li. U. I'residen't Thomas Shaughnessy will make a stop in Cal gary about thu fir.S't of next weak and tlelegates will be .s*'nt to that eH.v to meet him i>.>.rsonal!y if a date can bo The princii)nl markets have been within Canada itself, Winnipeg and its fertility. One large immigration en.s'tern Canada have conslimed large company before i't made its- first pur-| quantities of the farm products while chase, .secured .samples of the soil the mining interests of Canada and," � ^ c , u . a- , , , ^ , .,, . , , . , .1 One ot the finest fall wheat dis- irom Soskatchewan and .Mlierta and the lumber inte'i-e.s'ls have also used I .... ,j , , i i . . . ^, -,1 .. tncts m America would be doubleti subnatted it to some .stale agricul-1 greivt quantities, and it also must bo . , , , , .- .. .^u, i- , . .f.,  .... .... . I 'n value by tl>e building ol thM line. turul colleges for unolysis. After the, borne in mind that it has been but' . " , . j . , . ,. ..j' ... .ilhe farmers are sorely in need oi analyses was maeen taxed to the utmost to try and take cape of the production, but this year tho greatest railroad ttoveiopment Canada haa ever seen is now on and tltey are in much lietter position to handle this ytsar's crop. �i.-.ilJI most fertile soil of any before examined by them in crop producing qualities, not excepting even the well known rich soil of the famous Red Kivcr Vallej'. The subsoil is deep and of high quality. It has demonstrated with- r. T. BREWER funeral Director and Embalmer out a doubt that the soil will rotain moisture for a longer period than any soil in America,, therefore the least ra'infali is neecknl. CROPS AR13 MANY Meets tn OddfellowB' Hall cverT Frldav evenivg at s.Ou o'clock. VUltlna bre'tbren are always welcome. A. Niven A. B. Pipes N.G. Rec. bcc WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets In Odilffllows' Hall e ery Beronr) ana fourth Thursrtiiy. ViKilors always welcoiiii-. M.cs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies N. 0. Uec. sec. Court star of Letlibridge, No. 8095' A. O. F. Meets Ut and :iril Moii-tliiy.M in each tnouli- � 8 p. m.. In (ifiOf'lluwH Ila't. Knund SI. VNIitufc hretfi-ren cortllallv w. icrac. THOS. HEATON, C, R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC, The principal crop Is wheat, nl-thoujrh oats, barley, alfalfa, timothy clover, sugar Ijwts, potatoes and all other vegvtables are raiseil in ab-unflancc. The All>erta Turkey Red winter wheat has Ix'come famous the| world over, and has lieen pronounced by e.\|>erts of the boards of trailo of the princi|>ni ci'ties of the Ignited .Slates, and also b.v the judges of the. Hortland lO.xposition and other^ MISS B. K. HARRISON, -"'il'^r e.xpositions. .t.. he the (inest; Graduate fro.ii Altna College, in ""� i-nn.*. grown. Piano, June 1904, and post grad- ''"' "" ' nate June 1905. is prepared to!'"'^ Southern ( unada is a i.vt.ie bet.! take pupils in Piano and Organ, 1uvnty^tw.- bushels to the and also to tead. Oil PaitiUntrj''^ i'^"" '^"^ and Physical Culture. Besidence ii"'"'''"^^^''' average i,y any -Parsonage, Redpatli Street. England cjsnsuntes and always wil^ consume grea.t quantities of Canada's |)roducts, and .Japan is now building some of tlie largest mills in the world ami intends to del>end entirely Upon southern Canada for its wheat. Three trans-continental lines ore now being built across the continent to the Pa-ciiic coast and the outlet for farm products is going to be giwler than try is already thickly settled by as capable and energetic a class of people as ever undertook the subduing of a now country. The Interests of the C.P.R. and our farmers are identical and we trust the company will appreciate this fact, and offer, the encouragement which this line would furnish. When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid-ncj- nerves got weak, then these organs always fail. Don't drug the S'tomae e.vcelled. Sugar liofts are rai.s,..'f tile inhabitants of Sou-! .s-tates. j ,1-^,,.,, t'anada are American people,] ; and Iheiv is also a large proportion] from England and the l>est portion' of l-:ur()i)e., Tliese peoi)le are not la-! i yy, easy going folks because it is ul-hold.^! ms A1 {IIS LT NI .\1 EXT nirJUTHERIA. CURES -TIIE- 1.25! Suits cleaned atid pressed " Pants "  " Your own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. cd in sugar Ijfet factories. This : .vear'.s crop is thver known, 25 in Southern ' Albeitii, or more fre-' (|ueiitlv culled Sunny Southern Alberta. This, ways the energetic people who go to n iiev, country and open it up. The giva't majority of 'the immigrants are young Americans who hu\e been raisevl in older slates where land values are high ami are not olTering opportunilios which aro olTered in the newer portions of tli^ country ami the chances for ndvancc-nieiit financially, politically and socially uix' no! so great. �J'hey Ijtmfl together and form .schools and ehun.-hijs of the most up-to-date pu'ltern. One cannot travel B. C. MOORE Puxioral Director and Embalmer Offle^r-Next to Presl yterian Church. OtOce Phone 102. Residence IBO. GET THE START Spend the full ami .winter with uit Leiirii .-hortliiind, Bookkeeping, oic , und qualify for a good Hiiualiou. Kn. ter iiiiy time. Caialogne free F. 0. Gnrbutt, I'rincipal, Garbiitt BiiHineHS College, Calitury. Get year Office Stationery printed at The Herald.* together with last i through Canada and look nl a new ^ town without finding practically in yield, will bring 'the average yield up ^very instance a fiiio school building considerably. A larger urea than ev-| j^^,! u^.^^ er iKifore has been tilled, and the same time fanners will KenneyS Harvey Entertainers THE KNIGHTS OF J^THIUS will open their New Hall to the public with a Grand Concert church being built at the business houses are being become more e.vpci-t each j |,uii,t. The peojiie are generous and .vear in handling t.he soil. There arom-ill hnxe nothing htic conditions good and the quality of the soil of the best. XATIVI'J GRASSES ARE TIOUS NUTlil- Ihe native grass is especially nutritious and the simple siai,emcnt that Soulh'orn Allierta, Canada, has produced S'.>mo of the weaHhiost ranchers in Amei'ica, if sufllcient, to provoj thi.s I'aot. In adftilion to/the native; gi'u.ss, a number ot the farmers are| already successful ' in raising tamc| grasses, such as timothy, clover and millet, and alfalfa is an es|)ocially good crop and well atla\)led to South orn AUx'rta. AX ALL-'J'IIIO-YEAR CMMATIO The, cliinale i,s fine tlio year around and one docs not have to go further t.hnti the' fact IJiut winter wbea.tr:)ia Jng is a success to know Lhat tiic CAXADIAX ISVESTMEXT LAWS. The Canadian government does not have a surplus of law.s, but .such laws as they do have are enforced, and the poor man as well as the rich is en.sured his .iust dues and no more or no less. The govjrnini^it maintains the roads' and when one buys a section of land two rods around i'l is not taken olT for. the road as Is the case in the United .~!,aleh. The taxes are very low, lind these two items rediioe the exi�ns-).s of ii-o tanner considerably. The Sal.i'oaih laws are strict and well tlicy may be. The Canadian government long ago realized the fact 'that Goil made the Sabbalh ttu- man and not man for the Sabbath, and therofore it is ne(�.ssary feu- n'um to have the Sub-bath as a da.v of ro.st. It is one thing of which Canada ma.v wDll \>c ju-oud, and those moving to Canada with childroii may know that they hnvo the iiroleclioii of good, wholesome laws, in tnlk'ing with .Vmerl-cans who have !i\ed in Canada for( 'some time, one finds that they nil fool satisfied ond they hardly roaliiso -ON- Tuesday, Nov. 12 The Kenney and Harvey enter-tainers, including four high-class artists. C. LeRoy Kenney, Impersonator Bert Harvey, Comedian Miss Emma Irons, Reader Miss Nellie Moore, Scottish Soprano and Pianist Only 130 Seats, all reserved Price $1.00 Plan at J. D. Higinbotham & Co.s Drug Storj^'n Saturday, Nov. 2 LD FOLK. lead without a pair.of o;d Sine's doting chronicles '- itentedl.v in the chimne.y vould hardly bo a homestead Jf they are In the piolure, it jilete. There you iua,y find i day in and day out, in all Sot vvoOThor, steadfast to their and tio one another. When the SNMP I Residence Lots J 1-2 Blocks South of the Union Bank, just off Smith St $160 Each -THE- G. B. Bnwnnn AgenGy Lethbridge, Alta. NICE IRRIGATED FARM Near Lethbridge, $160 in fall wheat, fine crop. $30 per acre, including crop, $7.50 down, balance very easy. 320 ACRES Well located, choice land, .111.00 per acre. 1500 down, balance easy. 5,000 ACRES And up for $7.25 per acre. Alberta Realty Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Lethbridge, Alta. , Big Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats. Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing TackJe Office Desks Type-writers All at less than half pricer. Write for big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAUWIGEWAUK, N, B., CANADA. Our Imperator Hams and Bacon Arrive weekly in refrigerator cars. Always nice and fresh. Butter always in stock Spring Lamb for Sunday dinners Beef is also getting good ! Phone 91 for a good steer cut! ^. Burns & Co., Ltc. Rochon's Kft^^^ni HIGH CLASS CONrECTIONEI?.Y Fresh hand-made Candy every day, Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. Get pure home-made Candy at Special sale every Saturday ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Bank of Commerce eaves, drip, in the middle of the winter forenoons, the old man with head of silver abandons his post and newspaper to make the accustomed tour of the kitchen; the shed, or the barn, lingering by the way to throw down a handful of grain by the pinched poultr.y. With what min Mtcnp.ss he is cautioned by grandmother not to go out insulTiclontly clad, and with vhnt a' single-hearted joy she wclcoihes him when he comes back to hor again. ITc would hardly get a wanner reception if he was Jii.sft returning from a genuine jjolar expedition w^th Walter WoUnian, As soon as ho has nestled -clown snugly in his cushioned chair onco more, ho will launch out into some valuable details of the keen ajr owt doors, sug igo.9t'ivo of Arctic reminisocncs which no listener could very well call in question-a.s will lind the whito-hairod old-couple topic of earnest talk till dinner, is brought on tho table. Foi'tunate is thof home whoro grandfather and grandmother still occupy thoir old arm chairs. Man,v � silent mani gets credit f being wise because ho can't think anything to BBJ'. j < ;