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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. leases of unsuitable for agricultural purposes secured in that of ttoe Province of Alberta, lying -South olthe Northern boundary of Town- rftip 2S ami In the Southwestern por- tion ol thte Province of Sfrskatcb- Leases shall be, for a period not 21 years, and no a greater area than 100.00O Lands leased are not subject to homestead entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel leasehold, or any portion thereof bygivinjj the lessee two years' not The ''rental chargeable is two per, acre per aanuia. A lease be granted ai> applicant un- he owns one head of cattle head of sheep for every 60 acres Applied for, and the shall cjraufie his stock so as to be in the end of three years of head of cattle or five of for 20 acres leased, and maintain stock in this propor- ;tioa during the continuance of the Sheep-grating is pemsitted on only portion of tihe tracts above refer- to. A map showing: the sheep grazing districts may be secured on Application to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister at Interior. H. Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Bulgarian Envoys Return From Sofia Budapest, Oct. an address coday to the Foreign Affairs Commit- tee of Austro-Hungarian delegates, Unron Von Afhenthal, the Foreign Mi.tii.ster, denied that th'? negations between Austria-Hungary Tur- ;iey relative to the Provinces of Bos- lin .-Mid Herzegovina and the Sanako Novipazar, have been broken off, as report.d in newspapers. The Baron's speech generally was hostile. H> said that Austria-Hungary in principle bad no objection to an in- ternational oonsires-s provided it was prearranged and in accordance with Austrian views. He said he believed that the "resent agitation in Servia would die out. London, Oct. Sofia corre- spondent of the Daily Mail states that the Bulgarian envoys to Con- stantinople are returning to tlv. ir mission having failed. Government, however, is still ful of reaching --m agreement Turkev. C. K. i us Mean Much For the Crow's Nest T The hope- with DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE 16 noon; to p. w.; to p. m. 63- Reeidwice 133 Alberta Is At Head Of List DR. C, C, CRA66 PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON Oflfew over Hig-inbothatn's Brag Sto'rv Ffeoae 125. House 94. to It 1.30 to '4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Ottzixva, Oct. wheat yield for this year, according to re- ports received by the agricultural de- partment correspondents in all parts the. province is estimated at 000 bushels, an average of 21 bus-w s per acre. The oats crop is estimat- ed at bushels, and aver- age 35 bushels per acre. The barley crop at bushels averages 29 bushels per acre. The Saskatche- wan wheat crop is placed at 000 bushels, or 15 Bushels per acre. The Alberta crop is estimated at 130.000 bushels, 80 bushels per acre. For the oat crop the estimated yields are: Manitoba. bushels or 3S bushels per acre. Saskatchewan, bushels or 32 per acre. Alberta. 49 per acre. This woman says Lydia E. Vegetable Compound cured her. Head her letter. Mrs. J. A. Laliberte, of M Xrtilierie St., Quebec, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: Toronto. Oct. Tek-gi-arn publishes the following special des- patch from Vancouver. Inside of two years' time C. .H- officials announce that they will biuM j an I tains of Southern j Such a line has been a possibility past decade as an outlet for the Crow's Nest Pass brunch to the Coast. The proposed extension will be a necessity if the C. P. H. hopes to hold their own with their big rival etgttrlilv Oil frOMl 1 OC provinces westward towards the wa- ter. For, with grades .limited to a maximum of 1 per cent, even in the For six vears I have been doctoring miles of dead for female weakness, heart and nerves, liver and kidney trouble, but in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I can safely say I have found a cure. I was continually bothered with the most distressing backaches, headaches, and bearing-down pains, and I kept growing more and more nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound relieved me of all these distress- ing svmptoms and. made me a well woman. I would advise all suffering women, yotmg or old, to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Hnk- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges- tion, dizziness or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Percy Bruce Lies In a Serious Con- dition >sjifie- i and' with curves as few, Hat, and short as modern methods can them, the Grand Trunk Pacific prove a dangerous competitor, ially for freight. It is generally acknowledged had the main line of the C. er, pally for heavy through freight. Subsidies for the construction were j announced some months ago, and j since last spring survey parties have j been running preliminary lines over j the aiuun- the proposed route, which starts from British Columbia, the present terminus of the Crow's Nest branch goes to Pen- ticton, at the southern extremity of Okamigan Lake, and on towards Princeton, finally hitting the main lino, by way of the Nicola Valley branch, at Spencer's Bridge. Such a road would probably cut off one hundred miles or more between eastern Canada and the Coast. J. J. Hill's activity has probably as much to do with the C.P.R. projects here as the G. T. P. for the Great Northern is butting in hafd> through the boundary country, and absorbing business right and left on their new extension into the rich Sioiilkamcea mining district. Construction on the Great Northern (Vancouver, Vic- I toria and Eastern is proceed-! but been located twenty-five years vei-y slowly and the C.P.R'. dis- the present scenic and mggoc plays considerable interest in its pro-} .._. i trroav. tab nn the volume oil tnrougn tne jaunivies aim j kirks would never have been adopted. j business that is being diverted. j The grades would condemn it at r-e i Jt is a game of checkmate. t Heavy steel in und the i The Canadian road coughed up two ious undertaking on the "Big H j million dollars on the last move in where, at the summit of the Kicking the game when they purchased the Horse Pass, the -steepest long graJo j Alberta Coal and Railway Company's on the entire tunnel, wh en i fifty odd miles of track between Leth when completed, will describe a cir- j bridge and Montana. They shut off j cle, is being driven through the .solid j Hill. He wanted that road badly. The people of Southern British Col- umbia are looking forward to the new line, which is greatly needed to j develop the country. There are many doubting Thomases nevertheless, who remark that the general elections are Y WM. OLIVER FOR Everything required in the construction cf a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up and a local industry by patronising Oliver's Pinning and Lumber Mills. J Office. Yards and Bound jwl Streets Telephone tiiut granite. It will cost in the neigh- j borhoou of two millions for this sncz t piece of road, but it is considered, nevertheless, a good investment, as it reduces the grade from four and a half to two and a half per cent. These large expenditures undoubted- j coming on: that the whole scheme, ly mean that the company has at j surveys and subsidies notwithstarid- present no intention .of making the ing, is only a political bluff, and that new road the main line, and that the) the C. P. R. has no intention of con- auxiliary, if built, will serve princi- struction i'n the near future at all. Weekly Free PreSS and Pnim Farmer, Family Herald and Weekly. Star, Montreal Lethb ridge Herald Sunny Alberta's Best THESE THREE CJ 2 A A V V REGULAR PRICE NO YELLOW STREAK Maeleod, Oct. Bruce and McCrae were' the victims of a accident- last Friday while Prince Rupert Proposes White to AH DEMOCRATS DEPEND AN OFFER WHICH itEETS WANTS OF JtX. CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. Bert gunning Prince Rupert, Oct. The Em-j More People Come From U.S. duck hunting in the Ridge south of j pire gives an account of the meeting! t _ T _1 _ J_i____ Vn.t-'f -frt rtnt DT. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Bundfitt. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. Ottawa. Out.. Oct. steps taker, by the Immigration Depart- ment at the beginning of this year 1-8 p- tn. Sundays 2.80 to restrict p- m. Telephoue 41. jda W S trial PHYSICIAN. SOBOBON ACCOUCHEB aH Jmmiffration in Cana- congcst the iai50r market during the time of temporary indus- 014 Fwedpath St. Phone 53 Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.rn depression have been most et- Since .January the immigra- tion via ocean ports has been ed to less than half the total ivfacleod. The young men were buggy with loaded shotgun b. tween them. In removing the weapon the hamer caught on something, an ex- plosion following. Percy Bruce was hit in the upppr part of the face while Bert McCrea was struck in the arm. Upon being removed to the Maeleod hospital it was found that Bruce was the more seriously injured. The sight of one eye was destroyed and a. portion of the skull fractured and several pellets of shot being lodged on the brain. He has remain- ed unconscious ever since the acci- dent and his condition is considered critical. The other boy lost the el- held to determine how best to get rid use of the arm may be saved him. als Vibe corresponding period lust j bow joint but it is hoped some year and those who have come have been of the very best typs of settlers The great majority are compose! Physicians atid Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. British immigrants who have settled on the land or taken service as farm aborers. The immigration of Amen-, Drs- McClure Stewart DENTISTS D. Hipinbotham's new block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to o p.m DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12. 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE. SOUTHAKD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town anrl Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister. Advocate, Notary Public Block, up-stairs. REPORTERS ORDERED OFF. Lenox, Mass., Oct. news- len are barred from attending Episcopal Church. The Rev. can settlers into the Canadian Arrowsmith; r.-ctor, personal- most Of whom are practical armors' of independent means, has the other hand, .increased. The total m- nu'-leus of a yellow colony j here composed of fifteen Chinese and j five Japs. Those present after some debate asked the Chairman to read the membership oath of the Society j of White Pioneers, a society organ- j ized in Prince Rupert a year ago. I The oath was read and those present willing to take the membership of the fioci'-ty, and every man in the hall stood up. Within an hour the oath had been taken and subscribed to by over one hundred, and today Prince Rupert has close u> one hundred and fifty men who huve sworn and subscribed to the following "That I swi? opposed to the admis- sion of Asiatic coolie laborers into Canada, and that I will not employ Asiatic coolie laborers as long as I am a resident of or doing business in Comox-Atlin district. "That I will not vote for any can- i didate for an elective Municipal. Provincial or Dominion office in said New York, Oct. tions here are much more sat- isfactory than I. said John W. Kern, Democrat- ic nominee for vice president, today on his "return from Bridgeport, where he spoke last night. "If the labor vote comes to us, as we expect, we will car- ry New York state. The im- mense labor vote of New Jer- sey and Connecticut will also determine- the result in those states. The Democrats in New York are confident, and in the other 'two states they are hopeful." Mr. Kern will leave tomorrow for TJtica, to speak. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of Parsons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period Wwtwnera, aad recent arrivals from Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction all tfcese classw but by this combination offer "every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Farmer gives a complete record vieek by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In it has special departments for American and British settlers. Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in details form and the Lethbridge Herald the local Western news, "which yau cannot do without. LJETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Fms Press and Farmer, Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and bridgie Herald, for one year each. Japanese Treat Americans Well Iv barred two press represer from the church by standing in his. district who'employs Asiatic >-obes of coolie migration into Canada for the month, amlounci that th should not en of September was as pared with for the -same month last year, a decrease of per cent. From the first of-.Jauua. until the end of September, the ?r office in the doorway, and laborers, and who .will not openly de- clare that he is opposed to the im- Tokio, Oct. reception ac- cordod the United States Atlantic ENTIRE FORCE MAY RESIGN Edmonton, Oct. report of the city council acquitting Sergt.De- tective Griffith of the charges made against him by Chief of Police Major BeAle, and his reinstatement as a member of the police force, will in HATS TOO BIG FOR INDOORS Lincoln, Oct. State. Uni- fi senate today adopted a rule forbidding young women students to wear hats in classrooms. The order was made necessary by the far.t that all probability brinp about a crisis j the feminine hradgear had grown so by the Government and the .st in the police department. The resig- all the sergeants and con- i.hrrratened as a result. nation of people of Japan is conceded by the j and the resignation of Major Beale la.rgo thai it not only tested the ca- pacity of the classrooms but inter- fered with recitations. Another rule adopted prohibits, sfou- rivals via ocean ports were as compared with 191.020 last year. The immigration for the nine months from tho U. S. and 44.809 last year, an increase of or 2 per cent. gation within, ordered off the report- Asked the reason for his act to- American naval officers to be the is almost a foregone conclusion, as j dents indulging in shirt tail parades officers or mem- ocial gatherings, on explosion. nity his position as chief of the force. Provincial or Dominion work within said district." j fleets The Society of White Pioneers hasjwhere in Tokj0 aiKj Yokahama. The no officers; has no expenses whatever; American uniform is seen everywhere, Mr. Arrowsmith delated fifteen minutes to make the matter a j and oppose their employment on Eoads. personal one. and with a loud voice, Civic, Provincial or Dominion work, Th'e mei) of the American and Ja- which attracted the attention of. v-ithin said district." _ i fleets are fraternizing every- churchgoers without and his congre- no meetings; makes no noise; cordiality of the Japanese extend- THE CAPTAIN DEAD. Windsor, One., Oct. John ALIVE AFTER 9-STOREY FALL. PI cue i T. iVA day Mr Arrowsmith said that mem- makes no threats. Its members sim-jinp to the inhabitants of the most re- of'his convocation had asked Pb' live up to the oath they have ,nore villages. It is impossible to Robinson, of the barge Cutter, tried to save his dog, which fell overboard. of his congregation him to prevent newspaper mm from taken, and in doing so quietly and securing names of their guests and effectually work as a unit to accom- week--nd house parties by appearing He Was a Hod-carrying Negro, and j at the church for that purpose. Fur- thermore, he stated, the press had He Struck on His He-ad. Xew York. Oct. Stokes, a negro, employed by the Hunt and McWilliam Construction Company, landed at the bottom of an elevator shaft in a "'building heing erected at 37 to 43 West Twenty- HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Letbbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS .Mg'et in the Labor Hall every sec- fourth Mondays in th tificated en- Perfection Fanning i sixth Street, he quickly scrambled to his f ret rind remarked that it was a mighty iucky thing that he struck on his head. "Ah'd busted mah pins if Ah handn't landed on mah cocoanut." he said, "and it sho' was a mighty lonp fall-" Stokes, who was carrying bricks toj the lost his balance on the) ninth floor, and toppled into the ele- made much of the people leaving the edifice and walking to the postcffice for th ir moil, having called it a 1 ion parade." All these things, he said, were very annoying to his parishioners. It is at Trinity Church that all the Lenox millionaires worship in Lenox, re- of what church they attend and support plish the object for which the society was organized. the sincerity of the Japanese. GREAT CROWD HEARS SIFTON Brandon. Man., Oct. seat I in tlie great auditorium of the Bran- don winter fair building, was occupi- ed by thousands, and hundreds upon hundreds stood about the walls, in the aisles and on every bit of floor space that mis available to hear Hon. KILLED THE FISH j Malone, N. Y., Oct. i have just discovered the forest fires in the Adirondacks have wrought among the routes which the WE EXCEL IN PRINTING ruauy streams throughout the burn- ed section flowed. Thousands of dead trout have been found in the bottoms and along and it is killed by the impurities in the watr-r the edges of the streams believed they have been Mr. Sift on discuss the issues of the "oither by ashes or smoke. present campaign. Vancouver, B. C.. Oct. of death was pronounced to- GOING TO MANITOBA Kingston, Ont... Oct. J.W. j night on John Pertella, the negro Mitchell, superintendent of Kings- f 'ricoo Juurderfd his colored paramour ton Dairy School, has accepted a po- ln PkanSaS climmprJ He will skion on the staff of the Manitoba vator shaft. An anibulanc surgeon from the N.-w York Hospital found that 'beyond ;i dislocated loft should- er and bruiso.s he was not hurt. Mrs. Jenkins last summer, hanp on December 18. sition Agricultural College. Kansas City, Oct. reports that snow has fallen almost continually over that section of Kan- sas for the last 12 hours and the temperature has reached 33 degrees. Trains are. delayed at BartlesvilL.-, Oklahoma. The RainyyRiver today since 1385. Rain has been falling along its valley almost constantly 7'2 hours. four feet of Oklahoma persons shivered in a cold winrl in'tbe creation of that now as a result of tlir washing out dur- Z the night of n. gas main across Stomach trouble is but a symptom of. and not-i'01 taffif a We think BartClcsvillc is und.-r fo water. At Mu.skegee Falls, Guaranteed weeds fiaX' to remove wheat and seed, FOWLER CO., Shoop's KMtorotivo. to the stomach nlom- brought that favor to Or. Shoopaml his itn- thKt criKinal hiplily vital no lasting were ever to IH> iwi. noar Cranbrook fUCh Porstorotich rjistnws. had breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. hhoop 3 or for yor.r- pcH what it can and will do. Wo and chccr- toily rocommcnd Dr. Shoop's Restorative J. J. JOHNSON. ihi> Arkansas A steady clown- pour of rain that, began 38 hours age continues. bridges have washed away and many arc stnlled near NO GRINDING NO HONING (hiyshnro. N.S.. Oct. M. Hortou, rtfTtKl 15, was drowned here May while stopping from ono. bont to on other. THE RHZOR PERFECTION EVERLASTING SHAVING COMFORT NO RAZOR TROUBLES POSSIBLE These razors are tempered as hard as flint by our exclusive secret of Yon can obtain one on SO days trial from your dealer without obligation to purchase. Sold by C. W. GRAY Lethhridge, Alta. Ottawa, Oct. The W. .C. T. U. asked various parliamentary candi- dates if they would support women's suffrage if elected, but only one in the district replied. When You Want Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business in en every reason and others have to patronize the them that, the best in the art can be produced here, effec- tively and promptly. If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work, JORDAN, Superintendent Phone 106 ;