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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA oajrs werf Essentially AFanners'Buk With 138 Branches in in the West v the; Union Bank has exceptional facilities for handling the business of Fanners, Cattlemen, Grain Dealers and Retail Merchants, as well as of Manufacturers and Wholesale Houses whose dealings extend throughout the country. Negotiable paper handled on the most favorable Interest paid quarterly on Savings Accounts. 'ETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. AMES' ADDRESS DISSECTED fircn lor ftCDdifif His Absolute MisrepreswtatioM Pointed Oat in a Mod Effective Article ii an Ucpntat Weekly (Edmonton News) In opening his address Mr. Ames] referred to the extent of our timber resources. "The lie declared, "has permitted the major portion of these to pass from the state mostly into the hands oi speculators" This is a statement that lias been made over and over again, but it is altogether incorrect In. the twelve years since Sir Wilfrid Laurier came into power it has sold 6500 miles of timber lands. Is this the major por. tioii of our resources Look up the report of the superintendent of for. estry for .1903. We find thcie 'an es- timate made by Mr. Stewart, whom Mr. Ames quoted in support of some of his other statements, that the. am- ount of merchantable timber on Do- minion lands is square miles. The proportion sold ia twelve years is thus not very large. In the same report-it is estimated that timber ticisms lhat are now being Mr. spoke ot the inadequate dvertiaing of intended wiles that was .one. "In addition to Die newspaper es, a few lie said, "were sent to privileged friends." This is' quite incorrect. Anyone by forward, ng his timine to the department could receive all notices of such sales. But what the Saturday News con- siders the crowning orfeuce of Mr, Ames' address was the fact that he did not tell his audience that this system which he was denouncing was abandoned by the 'minister of the interior before he commenced his present campaign. Provision has been made by the government for preliminary investigation and survey before the limits are put up for sale, for the holding of sales by auction and for tht- compulsory establishment of mills. Thi.s surely hats a very iui- portaot bearing on the discussion. One would think that Mr. Ames was making a trip throughout the coun. try for the purpose of stirring up public opinion to force the reforms hat he suggests from the govern. iient. Why the government decided n making these changes was stated jy Hon. Mr. Oliver at considerable ength ia the House of Commons on Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of yen lo seU or to rent place it ii this columi. If you wilt use this 25c one iasertioi 6 insertions for land can be cut over once every twen- ty years. If we are to trust Mr' Stewart's figures, it -surely does not look as if there were much danger of our timber resources becoming ex- hausted, if we do not dispose of a larger proportion of them in the fu- ture than we have in the last twelve years. But this would be, of course, no justification for giving away those 6500 square miles. Mr. Ames de- nounced in strong terms the wasteful and unreasonable system under which they had been, administered. But what he did not tell his audience was that the system he was denouncing was n'bt adopted by governmen but simply continued-'over from tha which preceded it. The regulations that were in force when the transac- tions described by Mr. Ames took place were, in all important respect the same as those which were adopt ed by the Conservative government i 1839. He mentioned but one change Mr. Sifton he declared, had take out the clause which made optional mh the government at the end of year the right to cut timber limit that had been purchased. Mr. Sifton explained very fully this change in his speech in the House of Commons debate. It was pure- ly a formal clause as any one can see. Who would want to pay a big price for a timber limit believing that at the end of the first'year the govern- ment might cancel his right to cut timber there.- It was generally un- derstood among the Canadian lum- bermen that the clause would not be But when American bennen that the clause would not be enforced. But when American lum_ terinen to come in, this part o] the regulations made, them uneasy and deterred them from making in- tended investments. In deference to them the clause was taken out. The change, however, had no ef feet on the department's practice ugainst the old Conservative govern- ment were in connection with trans- actions which took place before that date.After the regulations of that year were passed, as anyone who has followed the course of Canadian poli- tics knows, there was little discussion about timber limits until Mr. Arnes came upon the scene. One exception was in the year 1894, when Mr. John Cherlton, a Liberal member, rc-gister. ed an objection to 'the system in vogue. Hon. T. M. Daly was at that time the Canadian Minister of the In'_ terior and the words which he in reply to Mr. Oharlton are of de- cided interest now as showing what the opinion of the Conservatives o that day was in respect to timber ad. ministration policy. "I may said Mr. Daly, "fo: ne information of the House tha he department of the. interior ha old the timber over which it ha urisdiction by public competition That is by public tender.and not by auction sale, it having been the opin. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It'i RICH' CLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE arid DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU oneyetf WANTED Furnished rooms with stove or fur- nished house. Box H., Herald Of. (ice. 222.4 WANTED servant, four miles from town. Apply D42, Lethbridg- 2UJ-') IT IS PURE! Ran Lfcl's Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO. LTD. WANTED Work wanted, by man andtwifo, no children, on farm, ranch or'in town J. Taylor, 1205, Dufferin St., bridge. 4 last. Even supposing hat they continued the old eystem onger than they have, should- n't Mr. Ames have told that they abandoned it well on to a year ago? So much for the system itself. We numerous to consider n contra distinction to the views of .he honorable gentleman who has ast spoken that better prices could be got by tender than by public auc- tion." That is definite enough. Here we have, the system that the present government continued when it took office. Mr. Daly and other Conserva- tive members found it satisfactory and their Liberal successors saw no good reason, for altering it. Mr. Ames. referred-to case after case in rwhicn. timber limits were secured at prices that he considered altogether liadequate. There may-be. differ- ences of opinion as to whether prices were high or low. But this much a least should be made clear, that i a man secured a limit at a certain price, he did so in open competition with the world. So long as there was no inside manipulation of the ten ders every one had an equal chance to becorifiTwealthy. It may be true, as Mr. Ames alleg- ed, that timber limits secured from as to the way in which it was adi ministerd under the regime of Mr. Sifton. Mr. Ames 'had no definite charge against any one official but pointed out what he considered were highly suspicious circumstances in connection with the various tenders. The inference in every case that officials of the department were in league instructed in securing timber limits, by which they could be as- sured of securing what they wanted without having, to pay more than they had to. That suspicion might reasonably arise may b? granted. It is evident that sufficient precautions were not taken ii the department, when Mr. 'uriff was commissioner, in connec- ion with the opening of tenders, to ssure everyone a square deal was being given. There was laxity hown and those responsible for it lave only themselves to blame if they .re placed under suspicion, which would not have been possible if the proper procedure had been followed. But there is nothing to prove that- crooked work was done, Mr. Ames made a great deal out of the fact ;hat more than one cheque was sent in by successful tenderers. But it was Ring Up 108 When you want J Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN.BRODIE T STOCK WANTED WANTED (ji'noral servant. Apply Mrs. J. R Amlorsoik, Union Bank. 224. YNOP3IS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS WANTED Wanted for Maple Creek, Sask., an experienced hotel porter. Must be of good address. Permanent position to right man. Apply with references Coal mining ol true Dominion u Manitoba, Saikatchewan, Alberta, he Yukon the North-Weil Territories and British Colunnum, be for a term of twenty-one ears at an annual rental of an acre. rot wore than acres will leaded to one applicant. Application for a leaae mim made to the Agent, or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the ap- plied for are. situated. In surveyed territory the Un'" must be deicribed by or W gal subdivisions of sections, and ia unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application umat be accom- panied by a fee of 15. which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable dutput of the mine at the nite of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to fu exchange for Ihvry barn on Ro. botwem -1 and 5 p.m. to Fred W. gina.Prince Albert branch of Ca i i Hotel Coaldale, City. 224.0 Kor. Ry.P in live town of' people Ood schools, churches and c-.n-try well settled. Will lake stock for part WANTED Wanted to rent, a shack or small or full payment. For particulars, i house. Must lO.. Herald. Apply Box ottice box in Winnipeg. But Mr. Burrows in nis: place in Parliament, and others in the witness box at the sessions of the public accounts com- mittee, gave complete information re- garding it. The members include Sir Daniel governor! of Manitoba arid Mr. Burrows, while Mr. R. R. Patterson, who signs its letters is its secretary. The first page of the report of the secretary of state for 1903 gives the'-'same information regarding the company as it did about every other company incorporated in that year. Mr. Burrows stated the object of organization in Parlia- ment. It intended- to erect a pulp mill at Edmonton. To keep this sup- plied, timber berths were necessary and it started in to secure them. On later investigation, however, it was decided that till a paper mill could be established in this city, it would riot be wise to go on with the pulp mill. So for the meantime it FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel, i Lethbridge j Also agent for Wells Land Cat- tle Co., Ltd., dealers in raw ;ind im proved land. Will be pleased sbc'v interested parties over acre farm, 20 miles south of Lethbridge. Harvesting now in full land tor snle in vicinity. WAITRESS WANTED Waitress wanted immediately. Windsor Hotel. 224.2 TO LfIT Comfortable furnished front bed- that effect af least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee maj be permitted to purchase whatever available surface may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of JIG an acre. 'For lull information application ahouid foe made to the Secretary oi the Departmenx of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior demo nstrattd beyond a doubt that this is a vecy general practice, re. Notice to Creditors room in new cottage. Apply Robt. H. Robertson, on Crabb St., west side, bi-tween Courtland St. and London Road. 222-0 Unauthorized publication Ibis advertisement will not.be tor. ot TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two gentk-men. Apply Box K., Office. Herald 208-0 TO RENT Room for four Adam's Boarding Notice is hereby given that George House; also meals, 25c. 24-6 Henry Johnston of Lothbridge in the Province of Alberta, merchant, has made an assignment of his estate and effects to the undersigned under The Assignments Act and 'a meeting of the creditors of the insolvent is here- by called to be held at the offices of the Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited at Calgary in the Province of Alberta, on Tuesday, the 15th day September, 1903, at the hour oi 3' o'clock in the afternoon for the appointment of inspectors and the TO RENT Warehouse and office on Smith St. Apply The H. Macbeth. Agency? P.O. Block. 222-6 has been abandoned. What is there' giving of instructions with respect to about all this to-justify the manner i the disposal of his assets. TO RENT Furnished room to rent. Apply Box 444, City. 220-6 sorted to by tenderers, in order to J ia which the this organiza. throw off a posible scent The lat.ltion has been bandied about? ter often learn that a cheque for a certain amount has been accepted at a bank and are thus ia a position to know how high or low a tender Mr. Burrows showed from the de- partmental records how men like J. R. Booth, of Ottawa, the biggest lum- berman in Canada, against whom 'no suspicion has ever been directed, and many others similarly situated, resorted to this practice. We regret that we have not the Every creditor or person claiming j to be entitled to rank on the estate I is required to deliver or send post- space at our disposal to consider the: paid to the undersigned on or-before di tails of Mr. Ame's speech thirtieth day of September, 1903, i fice. closely. The subject is vastly im_! particulars of his claim proved by j----- portant and one that the public affidavit and such vouchers as the should have the most complete in., case admits of and to state whether formation in regard to. But we think he holds any security for his claim that we have said enough .to show t or any part thereof nnd to specify (hat Mr. Amos' address was not at all the value of such security, if any, in ROOM TO Furnished room to let, lady or gen- tleman. Apply Box H., Herald OL 224-0 ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Oantin, Hill Block, fair to those upon whom the admin- istration of this part of our domain has in recent years devolved. good deal more than was paid for them. We do not see how this could very well be avoided. We know of cases where large prices have been paid for timber which proved of lit- the closeness of different tenders. But other instances were brought to the attention of the House last win- ter where the tendering was even closer than in the cases towards vhich Mr. Ames directs suspicion. tie or no value. There is bound to Mr Burrows, in his reply to Mr. be an element of chance in all such in Ma7 took UP hls charKe8 one transactions. In estimating whether by one. Before the statements made the public has suffered unduly, we the latter on Wednesday night are must make a general estimate. We accepted unreaervedly, the very corn- find that for these 6500 square miles Pletc delence Put m the accused sold by the government an average member on that occasion should be of per square mile was received. The timber thus disposed of ia very A great deal of attention was given much the same sis in the province of to the Imperial Pulp Company by Quebec, where the average price re. Mr. Ames, who described it as a mys_ coived for sixteen years past is terious corporation, living in a post reacl- BURNED FARMER'S PROPERTY Hamilton, Ont., Sept. res- accordance with said Act. And notice is hereby given that after the said 30th of September, 1908, the undersigned will proceed to distribute the estate of the insolv- ent under the said Act, having regard onlv to the claims oi which it shall Duffc-rin St. 205-0 ROOMS AND .BOARD Rooms and board for 2 or 3 gentle- gentlemen. Apply two-storey house Banuls St., North Ward. 218-0 idents of Silverdale, of Lincoln coun. tjien have 110tjCc. ty are incensed over a deliberate j DatfHl at Calgary this 2nd day of piece of incindiarism. The barns of September, 1903. Byron Beamer were burned down this morning with their seasons crop, horses, cattle and farming imple- ments by a man who stole a horse and buggy. Trusts and Guarantee Company. Limited. (Alberta Branch) Assignee. A. G. Ross, Manager. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quartei "jection of 160 acres more or lesa. Application for emry must be made n person by ihe applicant at a Do- ELinion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency or the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties, under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he BO desires, perform the required reai- FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complet outfit, including necessary goods fo derice duties by living on {arming immediate business. R. Sage. 222-01 land owned solely by him, not leaa ban eighty (80) acies in extent, in be vicinity of his homestead. Joint 224.226 NEW COMMISSIONERS Ottawa, Strpt. three addi- tional members of the. Board of Rail- will not bo appointed before noxt weeks :ind perhaps not- iintil Inter on. The east, middle west and-far FOR SALE "Key known as the best stock -farm in Alberta, containing 1.200 acres over and above lenses. For particulars, apply the owner. T. G. Wilson. Key Ranch, Livingstone, way commissioners provided for by I west will bo represents! in the act passed lust it is said j lection. the square mile. The comparison does not indicate that the public baa suffered unduly. The system remained in substance I-n some respects the system undoubtedly open to severe criticism The most important, it seems to us. was in the shortness of time given to allow inspection of a limit offered for sale. But the practice was the same under both governments. One of the last limits sold by the Con. servfitivc government was purchased by Mackenzie and Mann in February 1806, in which case only fourteen the same from "1833 to may have been all wrong. The gov- ernment may have open to cri- ticism for not changing- it sooner. But Mr. Ames should not have rep- resented it as the contrivance of this administration. Before 1839 there were many dis- putes in regard to the system of ad- ministering timber, lands. Tlitf cri. Let us place this range in your Kitchen and end your cooKing worries Get rid of the fret of a sulky range in your kitchen and all your cooTcir.g waste of fuel the spoiling _ will end. of food ceaseless labor. Free yourself from the kitchen Alberta. 222.G LOST Lost, between tin: Dallas and Leth- bridge Hotel, silver ca.se watch, C. P The Expert for the WHITE SEWING MACHINE COM- PANY is Here He will stay for several clayssiQdemonstrate the wonderful qualities of this unrivalled macRine. Don't fail to call at onr see tb.it, the best machine made, in optration The Turpm Furniture COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS drudgery that goes with a poor range. Let place a GURNET-OXFORD The Curacy-Oxford Golden Nugget Range is t.uilt of dead flat, patent levelled steel, blue finish. It won't crack nor will last a life- lime. The range is lircd with asbestos millboard and riveUcd firmly none of the heat can leak out. The Gurney-Cb.fcrd Golden Range is fitted with the Gun.oy- Oxford reversible very TV.ia vcl'.i UtlCTlfc save more fuel than any other grate that's made. When you turn t! c handle the interlocking teeth or the grate cut ofl the dead ashes from bottom of the fire, giving a clear draught and a quick. sive fire. AH the coal is thoroughly burned to a fine, while ash- -there is absolutely no wa-Ue. The grai.e can be rrmovc.l without removing Volt or disturbing the linings. Wood burning grates are when required The fire linings arc easily removed without disturbing the top of the range. That saves money in repairs. r S3 OO L. special to Hci-nld 22-1. G Reward return Ofilce. LOST On Saturday night, a parct-1 con- taining a lady's skirt. Reward for i-fturn to 222-G LOST Lost. Auexist 31, mim of mares. wnership of land will not meet this equirement. (3) II the father (or mother, if the ather is deceased) of a homesteader laa permanent residence on terming and owned solely by him, not leas than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the iicinity, such homesteader mtr perform his own residence unties by living with the father (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the proceeding paragraphs is defined meaning not more than nine in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- Guraey Sttndtrd Metal Co., Limited Hciyr Brothers, LE.THBMDGE weight 1.350 apiece, branded capital L on left hip, onf> lipht bay and one brown. Fimlt-r will suit- ably rewarded. Apply Box L., Her- ald Office. 222.6 LOST A brown nnd English st-tter with tag mirrrbercd cither 36 or 37. Reward by returning to Fred Hick. 219-6 cordance with the above living n. ;.t in oven ih.it 5fcn cf '.I ornofi U. look oven, i 1