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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h -M - /A 1 * U f of OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE 0ffl to 8:30 p. m. Telpphnno-OflW 68. lU��Mwc Western Canada's Great Investment Field r n t. j j. 1 r P , l to suit everybody in style r - "IE. A COOKSLEY. iWlor in old Hank of Montreal 131 dg. R�dpalh St. JUthbrId#?/ - * V 1 l A. W. McVittie -rJ- 4 i 4 j Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the 6uinmer to laying out new townsites. Con tract pi ice* on application. -1 r - Office at the Ooaldale Hotel, Lethbridtfe. DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AKD SUHGEON Oflm over Hlgittbotham's Drug 9tori* Pfcofto (Mnco 135. House 94. Office hours-0 to It a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. qPPOHTrMTIKK FOR CWHT.U ISTS AND KOH K.MtMUHS cl,imnte must mild-in '.""). . �iv seUiom iijumI, ami in t.h.� past .stock ha* run at larg* the winter. I,tint winter all >% nada and in fact, lu the 8tales, the winter vas sent ; imcm] that they are under a ill iTc rent gov* \ wh: ernmeivt. Finally one must say that while Southern All>ertu offera to the farm-vv ami InvoMtor a� K�tl ft ttaUl as t tluM*o f� to bo found anywhtftv 'tcxlny, \imv and spring backward, ni:, u^h oach should uho duo catv and connid- i In Southern Albvrtu th* ,  ms oniUon in nHoHhip: iho |>eoplo with A. C. HohrnKtotlt. Tivnsvnvr \V. Korr To.. Minnonpol^. In Uonds and iMort^a^*s. O. won- nt work tho ft�'�t '-ir-'h jidiI In scirm* plnros tho 15th of l'\m>ruit'v. whom thpy niv to do IuihIivosh. It \h always saft�r to deal with mon and fVho shoi i distajuv from the VnelOc companies with ex|H�rhmoe and e�tah-nmst. which enstuvs the \vin-ear� nffo il w�s coii-IOoro.1 nothing s,h l' for oni' t" �""k *\ lhc �*!'*"�� intluenees the nima.te more than any other one thtiw** hardly |�os- but a barren wns>te. or nt least good for nothing but ranching purposes. l,nnd agents have Uvn exploitHg the country, newspapers have had lengthy article** and editorials on the immigration movement dm the last year or two, and duro\g the few numths especially, the tending magazines are taking up ihe pos-sUdlhies of western Canada. tVrtainly a topic which is much1 discussed is worthy of the con* d -ration of the investing public. II .*!ng be.-n raised on a farm and ha-MiTiil- ln>lieve thai he A tickling cough, from any cause, j Is quickly stopped bv Dr. Shoes. The wholesome lung-hen'ing tnountainouserties t.i lo. Shoop'H Cough Cure. It ca*ms tbr cough, and heals �the sore and ^e.-d-the bronchial nuvnUrunes. N\> op-thtu'ii Allvrtu. The sportsman can' ium, no cldoroform, n tiling harsh secure all the gro'ise, prairie chicken useil to injure or �upp;-.�w, erioil of time to demonstrate the rv guinriiy of the mfhl seasons. 1M.KNTY OK OAMK ANI> KUMIi. Theiv is irnitiu in iihanilniuv in sou ducks ami geese he desires, while the n resinous plant -xir.i ti'at Ik Mis so been in close touch with agricul- sportsnum hutklng f��r larger game to heal aching lungs. The 5**| .Hi'., i '.s DrS. DeVeber & Campbell ((Ua! |ift., | lvill try to ivcHe a few. I'^h ran alsu find plenty of it by Physicians and Surgeons Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lenses of Dominion I^mds unsuitable for agricultural purposes may be secured in that portion of thc Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town* ship 28 and in the Southwestern [h>r- iion of the Province of Saskatchewan, t Leases shall be for a period not exceeding 21 years, ami no tooscshall cover a greater area than 100,00ft acres. Lauds leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of -the Interior may cancel e> leasehold, or any portion thereof bygiving the lessee two years* not -Ice. The rental chargeable is two cents per, acre per annum. A lease annot he granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall fonts stock so as to be in pos-lon at the end of three years of head of cattle or flve head of �heep for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep grazing districts inny be secured on application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COHY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. X. B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will Do-t be paid for. OtKces-Ott block. Phone 143. 1 facts which no fiirinor can a (Tort I to owrlook if he intends to settle with Alberta. I n I i\e nort hern tfoinn into the mountains in western call this shrub unteh the pietor uses "Tho Sacred Herb." � **tnd |/r. A.T. CondclKM.DMC.M. an idea of improving his condit ion hnancially. soeialiy and morn 11 y. none of which any intending investor ran alTord to overlook. Southern Alfvrla eo\ers a vast am (Tost Hradunte London Hospitals.) OUM( of t ,rntnl.y att(j any stat^,ni.Mt of eoiifhtions must In* lakon as n m�n-rra st a'emcnt. b -raiise t be same Temporary OllWo ami Uesideuce f'r. CutMIl and Co�ot!nnd. Telephone Pay and Nivyht. l\'2. part of r'annda there is lituber lo lv s�Ture;inbothauiMs new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coahlule, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. t nited Sie.tes. and that is. "ivani/i-d ther. I here are many will be s,n�i II mmes. and the tanner vni\ si�- will be poor '"'v (0(,J 'sl'."0 H>� by goinij lo ihe mine, or ha^e it ikdivored him for S'J.To to # I oo p,.r tt�n. true ot tlmi in snm�* count ries then liood i.nal and th re land, but the �ivatesi quantity of it is good land. i KKUTILK ANH HUTl SOIL pfuuts U'twt'en l>*thbridju:e end the llitf lluw ri\er. for the purpose of |v-; titionin^ the President and l>irevtors[ t*1 of the I'anadian Wacittc Itailw a\* I'oni j pany to �*\tend the railroad from' | Ia-thbridite north, paralleling the (\ MOMKMAISKKTS VUKXfMKHOrs' ,_ ,_ ,.^,lk,lrt Thwlllns Any one who has ever inves-tlgatotl condition*! of the soil Tho principal markets . . 1 Shauuhness\ will mako a stop tn Cal have born ^ . m-vor doubts uilhin Cuim.ia itself. \Vinnl|v� and �nr-v ll,,oul lho aT of ttvXi u,vk 41,1,1 its fortuity. One largo immigration oasuorn t'anada luoe condoned large, fh,|W�w ^ *'nl {i} lhwt *� company More H made- K� hrnt pur-, ,,UanUties of the farm prinluctii while ,IMVl ,lilM l�,Monn�>" if � Ullle vnn lw chaw, secured samples of the soil the mining interests of Canada ami orri,|WH|' W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Eto. OPPICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F- HARltlS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. 1 ik� of the finost fall wheat districts In Anu'rica would 1h? do*ibliHl in value by thv buildiug of this line. The farmers are sorely in mvd of H. without knoi-iiiifr from �lmt part of Cann.iu has l�vn "in-n to tlu- |.ur- ^"""l'"^'"" (acllltk*. The iroun- snmplo was suit of agriculturo. in fact, va�t ar- of land art* still o|>on for settlt- thc rail- j roads have Uvn taxed to the utmost in crop producing, to try and take cure of the protluc-qualities, not excei�tinK even the wcli;uun. but this year tlw greatest rail-known rich soil of the famous Keel; roud development Canada ha* �ver Uivor \ alley. seen in now *�n and tU�y arv in much Tho subsoil is deep and of high^ U'tter position to bandit* this year's quality. It has demonstraUnl with- crop. out a doubt that the soil will retain. Kuglnnd consumes and always will, moisture for a longer jvriod than consume greut quantities of Canada's ney nerves get weak, thi-n these or-any soil in America,, therefore the products, and Japan is now building guns always fail. Don't drug the from Saskatchewan and Alberta and the lumber interest* have also used submitted it to some state agricul- great quantities, and it also must be tural colleges for analysis. After the borne in mind that it has Uvn but analysis was made those who made tt short time that the greater |m>rtlon of the. country 'the brought, and without a dissenting opinion. pronounced rt to be thej MK,U. Tho lust two most fertile soil of any before ex amined by them try is already thickly settled by as capable and energetic a class of poo-pie as ever undertook tho subduing of a new country. The interests of the C.P.IL and our farmers are identical and we trust the company will appreciate this fact, and otTer the encouragement which this lino would furnish. When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid* HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Lethbridge, Lodge Jio. 2 least rainfall is needed. CHOPS AUK MANY The principal crop Is wheat, I though oats, barley, alfalfa, timothy built across the continent t� Hie Pn-clo\er, sugar l>�*ts, potatoes and ciiic coast and the outlet for farm some of the largest mills in the world Stomach, nor stimulate the Ucurt or [ | ami intends lo dejvnd entirely ilpun Kidneys. That, is simply a nmke-i southern ('anada for its wheal. Three [shift. Oet a prescription known to at-' trans-continental lines are now being JiruggUts e*'erywheiv as Or. Shoop's Il.'storative. The Hestorative is pre- Higinbothatn Block, Lethbritlge! nl[ oliN1I. N^.(t,hles ar,. rais- products is going to U> gnMvter than LO. O.F. F. T. BREWER ! Funeral Director and Embalrner umhtnee. Th. Mectn lu O'ldfeUowH' Hall crerr Frtilav evening at h.iv.i o'clock, VIhUIiik oretbrun ;nc alw�yR welcome. A. Niven^ A. B. Pipes N. G. Hec sec WILLOW EBANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Kccu In OOilft?IIowh' Hail c l-rv Hf-oml and fourtb rtwrttitay. VJmIioim a:wa�* �r c.,nu. ""re. J. Stafford. Annie Duvies! Iter. LETHBRIDGE. ALPERTA N. O. Court Star of Lethbrid�e, No. 8095 A. (>. F. MctrtH flu,! ;,[,! M,,n 9 |� ai.. in >k Nrein- & TH0S. HEAT0N, C. R. A, M, RITCHIE. SEC. 1 MISS I). K. HAKKISO'N. (irndunli1 from Ahtui Coll^u^. in Tiabo. �lum� l*.HM,nml post tfrrnl-iinte .hin*1 lUti."), it* prt'paivd \o take pupils iti Piano ami (>rgmi. ami also to tench Oil Painlinu and Physical Oulturo. ]{osi(l��nct� W. L. Wilson pa ml expressly f*>r these woak nerves Strengthen these nerves, l>tiild them Alluvia Turkey I ted t*vor U�f��re. although the �letnand in up with I�r. Shoop's Hestorative- ivmji-r \\l):.tii luis liecome famous the the past has U-.�n sutHcient to kivp � tublets or lupin!-and see how tpiick-world o\er. and has lievn pronounced liu* pcice within at least two or tlmv iy help v ill come. l*t\\> sample test by e.\|ierts of the boards of trade of eeivts of the American market. Tho sent on recpiest by Dr. Shoop, |{a-the prim ipa. tit ies of ihe I'nited l�irge inilltiig interv�sts of the west cine, Wis. Your hetil-lh is surely worth this simple test. Sidd by alt I dealers. sun ai. AMi KKMC w>rs 11 ia:s im;a- LICKNSKD AI'CTIONKKH. Leihbridue, Alta. H'-sidi-mv Cor. Kortl ami (Ilyn Sis A1 (plicat ions for dat��s may be matte ut The Ilerahl Otbco. fa 'it CANADA UttjW'.'jf*., Ki'cp your inom-y at J)otn�' by us- "Our Host Flour" It lias no npml. Matiu-fuflu ml by ELLISON MILLING k ELEVATOR CO Ki'thlniilni\ liny-nioml, Mu^iath. I E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Roar of (i. II. Jolumtuirs Storei Fur ()ver Pants #i Your own goods mail** into suits* from..............1 l.tX.) Kstimut�*0 wivun for all alterations, ropnirB, etc. 2.") States, and also by th*' judges of ar� a No prepannir 111 liundle Canada \\w. Portland 1'xpositiun and other wheat, similar r\posit ions, to he the finest wh.M 1 for tnilMnt* {turpo^ s ^roun. I'h.* ati-taur vi.-id t,i �h.'at thfouuh n\n South-rn ('aiiiohi )S � |.jtile b.M. I er t ban \ w -t\ \ \ lu., bii>h�.K to t he �i iv, winch is turn .. than has e\ er been piiMluiN'd on nil av^reu- by an> of imr l^'st wb-at pt'oilucMtii staler. T!iov,. v ho an- car fill t titers of th'* soil aif disappoiiHed it" they do not rats,- t li t rt \ bushels >o the acre anil fretpient'y mis*- as much ^s fort> bushels to lite acre. This \ ield holds � iroikI tin both sprint? and winU'i* v. h'-at. lt.irtey a verities thirty to sj \t > bushels t a t he aire; oat s \ ieid t hirt > to one bund nil and tueiity-li\e bushi'ls to th" acre ami the i|uai-it \ 1 annot U� excelled. Suyar beets an* rais-d 01 ^teat quantH'ws of Southern L'.ui/ida and I lioiisiinds of dollars ha\e bi*en invest ed in siitfiir Iwvt laetories. This > ear's crop is tlw lar^\�st ��\er known in Southern ' Atberui, or more fre-ipjciitly called Sunny Southern Alberta. Thi^. tojj.-ther with last yi*nc'm .\i�id. will hriujr -the asi-rup- vield up L H. FOWLER & CO. General Ulacksudthing and norseahocing. New bugpies to order, curriagt* painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag- H8, windtniUs, fanning mills, cnjaiu �ejiarators, grain plcklers, b*a';k- mith coal. B. c. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalrner Ofne#- Naxt to I'real ytorian Church. Oluce i'bone 102. Kesidenco 'hi- has cii!\ to travel m the west, an> u h re to know ihe o|�ea-hear! ed- ( in"�s ut a.-^i.'i 11 pei�pi �. 1' lv i'-lli4-.K o; the inhabitants of South l a ml the I test port ion o; i\�i*ope. i ii.s.� t>e i^umg jolks l-fiaiiM' it is nl-t\a,\s th.- enetvlic people who go tn r.i i-*.\t in older stales where land values an* lu^b and are not oiTertuu oppnrtuniti^s which are otieinm| in t be ae\\ er port ions of tlt^* tounirv and the chances for aihainv-iiiein (itianriaily, p"litirally and socially aiv i)i�t so ^rctkt. Tln-y IwhuI togethi-r ami form schuois and churches i�f tli*� most up-' 10-duie pattern. * n�e cannot travel through Canada and look at a new to\\ n u ithout Hailing pri�ctically in every mstamv a hue school buihling cotedd.rably. A larger an*a than ev- ttm|"tt Il(.u (.|mreh bring huitt at the w Imfoiv has been tilled. and the SillUi. ti,|](. m,>ini.Ks bouses are being innm-rs will m-co,,^ lllnn. ,.xl�ert each hni]x rhi, propie aiv ^nt�rous and vear in bundling the soil. There a iv wiU h|U(, n(p|hing li'U the best for many r-ports of farmers raising suf- lhemsel\es and llu-ir cbildivn. lu-tenl crop to more than pay for the cost of the land the first year. Mr. ('u 111 pi tell, the dry soil agricultural ex|h'it, \isited Southern Alberta this, ,\ear. and after investigating cmidL-, huvo a surplus of laws, but such M I \ A llh'S MMMKXT nil'K 1 ItClti V. critKs Tlllv Entertainers I THE KNIGHTS Of PYTHIAS will open Hmir New Hall to tho public with a Grand Concert -ON- Tuesday, Nov. 12 t'A X A HI A X IX V KSTM KXT 1,A\VS. Tho Konnoy and Harvoy onter-I tniners, including four high-class Ihe Canadian government does not' affjg^ tCTHBRlDCE. ALBERTA THE START Spend ili� hill and ,wi�n r with um Luarii >lior1haai|( lhaikkii�piiig, eir , Hud qualify (or a good Hhuaiioti. lUt-U*r nuy riino. t audogue (rce K. 11. (iurhutt, I'rinrijHil, Liuihntt HiiHiiiohB t'tillt'go, Vuinury lions tbeiv vns very enihusiastic ah-' *�wh as they do have are enforcetl, j 0. LuRoy KonilPy, Impersonator out the country ami s-taded that tha' poor man as well rainfall is suUicicm. climatic conditions good and tho soil of the best. Bert Harvey, Comedian quality of the as the rich is ensured bis ju�t dues and no inure- or no less. The gov M-nment 1 Miss Emma Irons, Reader Lettibridge Financial CO- Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers. Fire Insurance a specialty. See us when your next policy expires. R.V.GIBBONS Manager, Lethbridgo Get year Office Stationery printed at ..The H^ald.. maintains the roads and when one . buys a section at land two rods ar-NATIVI-: ClUASSKS AUK NTTUI-1 ollIll, H ib ,Ulk,.u (1, ,,,. lhl. ,,nvl 1 las is the case in tho failed .*f.ntcs Tlte tu-Ses are vvry low, and these two items reihuv tile ex|>ensvi i-f Ce farmer considerably. n1(. Sab'iaih may Miss Nellie Moore, Scottish Sop. ratio mid Pianist the native grass is especially nutri-lioas and the simple statement thirl Sunt hern Alberta, Canada, has pro- ihuvd s.tue (,f the u,allbiest mindi., Iaws ^ *"wi 11,111 UVtl th'-y I ers in America, sulUcieat lo prove Ibis fact, in addition to 4he native grass, a number of the farmers are already successful ' in raining tame grasses, such as timothy, chner and J intilet, and alfalfa is an especially ! good crop and well adapted lo South era Allx-rta. AX AU,-T!li:-VKAlt CLIMATK Office, Ott Block Phone 222 be. The ('iiuadian go\eminent long ag-o realized the fact that Hod made tin- Sabbath for man and not man for the Sabbath, and therefore it is necessary I'm* man to have the Sabbath as a day of rest. M is one thing of which Canada may well 1k* proud, and I hose moving to Canada with children may know that they have the proN'elioti of good, whole-) souu* laws. In talking with Ameri- Ouly 130 Seats, all reserved Price $1.00 Plan at J. D. Hjgitibotham & Co.s Drug StortfcOu Saturday, Nov. 2i 3 1-2 Blocks South of the Union Bank, just off Smith St $160 �TH*; Bowman Agency Lethbridgo, Alia. NICE IRRIGATED FARM Near Lethbridgo, $lfi0 in fall wheat, fine crop. $!J0 per acre, including crop. $7.50 down, balance very easy. ACRES Well located, choice land, 111.00 per acre. $500 down, balance easy. 5,000 ACRES And up for $7.25 per acre. C. R DANIEL, Manager Lethbridgo, Alta. Sporting Goods Sale! Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Canoes, Boats, Tents, Field Glasses, Hunting and Outing Suits Fishing Tackle Office Desks Type-writers All at loss than half prieer. Write tor big lists. SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE NAl'WICi KWAl'K. N. li.. 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! IP. Burns Co. 1 Ltd. Rochon andy itchen! HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONERY Fresh hand-made Candy every day. Only pure sugar and fruit flavoring used. Got pure home-made Candy at Special sale every Saturday ROCHON'S CANDY KITCHEN Begin Block One door south of Bank of Commerce Tlu>. cliiaaU� is flat' tho year aroaiul and uao does not have lo pro further than tho fact lhat winter wheal raU. "siuuo time, one finds that lhey iiiK is a success to know that cans who lane lhvd in Canada for all 1 is V'ne feel satisfied and they hardly roalizo pi >U> KOUv. x j �;imi1 without a pair nl* o:d| hue's dotitur chronicles '-; A hoi folks- 'aUaui's doling .sea [ ed jBPin t en lei 11 y i n the eh i mney corueiBH^vould hnrdl.\ he a homestead'{ ^ ai allKlf 1 hey are in Ihe picture, il ! the sor rpiele. There you may find day in nnd day out. in all of weather, .steadfast lo their and t�o one another. When the I eavos, drip, in tlw middle of the winter forenoons, the old man with head of silver ahatidoiiH his post nnd newspaper lo make -the accustomed tour of the kitchen; thu shed, or lho harn, lingering by the way to throw down a handful of grtiln by the pinched poultry. With what miu uteness he is cautioned by grand-1 mother not to #o out iusuflU'lontly| clad, and with vhat, u sin^ie*liearted! joy she welcomes Mm when ho comes buck to her n#nin. lie would hardly gel a wanner iv