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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGK six THE LETHtfRIDGK WCL.-U.Y HERALD lyaopsis of the Grazing Regula tlons for the Provinces' of Saskatchewan and Alberta. LA PATRIE'S ESTIMATE Gives the Liberal Government Lead of 41 Members leases of Dominion Lands for agricultural purposes be secured in that portion of he Province of Alberta, lying South tl the Northern boundary of Town- kip 28 and in the Southwestern por- ot the Province of S-askatch- Ijeases shall be for a i 21 years, and no a greatv-r area than lOO.OOfl Lands leased not subjoot jto homestead eat IT or sale, but the Minister of ihe Interior may cancel m, .leasehold, or any portion thereof fcygiving tfco lessee two not Ice- The rental chsrgtfablfc is per acre per annum. A -aano-t be granted an applicant un- less he OWES one head of cat-tie five head of sheep for even.' 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall io- his stock so as to be in pos- session at the end of three yvars of one heac of cattle or rh'e of for every '20 acres leased, and maiutAin stock in this propor- tion during the continuance oi" the Sheep-grazing is permitted on only portion of The tracts above refer- red to. A map showing the sheep grazing" districts may be secured on Application to the Secretary f the i Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. of the Minister of Interior. .N. publication of tfcis advertisement will not be paid j i Montreal, Aug. Patrie pub. lisht's the following forecast of the re- sults of the Federal elections, based upon the figun s oi government or- ganizers Provinces Lib. Ontario 39 Quebec 51 Nova Scotia 14 Xfw Brunswick 5 Manitoba 5 i Saskatchewan 8 not Alb.-rta 5 hall I British Columbia 3 Priiuv Kdwnrd Island 3 Yukon Con. 47 14 BEAVERS BUILD A DAM Do Big Job for Dominion Government in Ontario Waters OriHiix, Srpt. story is going the rounds of the press that deserves to be true. It is credited to Supt. J. II. McClellan, of the Trent Canal. The. story goes that last fall the Gov. j TRY WM. OLIVER rfb- I- How a Sask-alta caused a duin to be placed Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and ail kinds of Mill Work earns is oney By Indicating when oven is ready for b'I baking. By cutting- out the "peeping" into oven. By shelving on its face v7hcit is going on in the oven. By saving "door-opening" heat. By substituting certainty for chance Do send all your money to Calory anil Oranbrook. oinkl up Leihbriuge and a local industry by across the Gall River, for the pur. i J Oliver's Planhig and Lumber Mills. pose of raising and conserving tht> water in Little Mud Lake, in to provide a reservoir for use in the in p.rk-dri of low water. After j this dam beeti completed, it i _ Office, Yards and .md Bonipas Streets Telehone n baking results. Forecast the Toronto lie standing of found that the wat-r backed up 'iran to a northerly It was at once detennimx! to build another dam at the northern i outlet, and operations were to have j d (.-arly thi.s summer. BUT i the enjri'Kvr in charge went to; look over the ground he found thatj boavers had b. en at work, and Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta Columbia Prince Edward Island Yukon UNIONS AND PRO. TECTICN "Sask-aiia" range V thermometer was- tested for six months before one range was solfl A. C-w O vv CM thermometer is to fN -V 1 4- -U.V.; UO O W A A W li the unions fought against OfBca to 11 a.m., 1.30 to fthe Scott because it had some school books printed iu New 1 --------------i York. It was a rush order and facil-j Dr. F. H. Mewbum jities there ior such work better..! rf-vo; -o j T> -i j, 'no the price was lower.' St. cor. Union f0ught so that other go.! 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Will Try and Secure Another Site For the Standpipe If Possible Protest Entered (From Friday's Daily.) 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., p. m. Telephone 41. WA GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGilD VerDmeS A committee consisting of Messrs. warned against j E. U. Rylands. W. A. Hamilton, W. ere delighted with I waited upon the council at a special j the campaign, because it- will help; them to sell inferior books at high, j meetiBS last- night in regard to the er prices. PETSICIAN. SUBGEON ACCOUCEER The "Courier" believes in Canada i location oi the new stand pipe The city engineer reported that the Kedpath St. Phone 53 j- i fiigiuiitir reponea ina.i me lior the Canadians and in the I u r s 5Pena-! original site at the corner of Court- injr oi Canadian monpv af Knmo rt .__ _ _ home. 3t- and Westminster Eoad was j-kcujjciLio. jc uuue-JO iauu ot. ana n esiminsi-er xtoaa was a sutaoU Drs. DeVeber Campbell jforlhe Canadians" 0 i policy of the same ki blind to the possible exceptions. jand advisfid There is a sane policy 01 "Canada! at the corner of and mitted that it Chicago.. Sept. Inter Ocean T AI.U I5ays toda-v "Six Chicago educational Co., Le Abridge, Alta. j iastitmions have periected plents for consolidation into a university that i will be liberally endowed by Andrew j Carnegie, the Pittsburg iron master. j The following schools will affiliate j under the name of the Jefferson Park j College with Dr. Thomas McConnel, j president: The Illinois College ofj Law; the Bennet Medical College, the j Jefferson Park College of Jefferson Park Hospit-al Training School for Curses; Jefferson Park Musical Institute and Brooks Clas- sical School. r The institution has been incorpor- ated and under the terms of the char- is not necessary to and an insane jo Pnysir.ians and Surgeons kind. The i land Sts. although the site at West. preferable as far block. ier" does not desire to be considered j as the location is C0n-cerned. insane. Canada should manufacture j '.P-hone 14b. her own materials if possible, but i Tiie stated that two lots Drs. McClure Stewart SUEGEON DENTISTS she should not allow any set of raan Bartlett St. site could be pur_ ufacturers to have ..such a monopoly j that they will cease to be progressive Canadian book publishers have been Vtjrwlr, Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. chased from the A. R. I. Co. for S300. Mr. Arnold elaborated the report to D. Higinbothanrs new terribly backward. They have been' the deputation explaining that other and are t-oday producing school books' locations were unsatisfactory either which are a disgrace to the printing from ssndy subsoil or in getting art. If they wish to hold the busi- ness, they must learn to do better. The Saskatchewan and Alberta gov- ernments have taught them that. away from the distribution centre. Aid. Cunningham thought it a hardship for those concerned to have the Sjtandpipe located in front of their property and asked regarding other place the standpipe on a corner. The committee suggested that fur- ther examination be made on Bartlett St. further south. It seemed to them that other sites were available where there were no residences. An ex-al- derman had suggested to them that the site be located east- of Westmin- ster road as the city is growing in that direction. j The mayor informed the deputation that these difficulties had not been expected and that Mr. Arnold had done his best to get the most suitable site under the conditions. An effort would be made to secure another site but if unsucessful the standpipe would have to be placed -where the engineer recommended. A motion was passed by the coun- cil asking that lots east and south of the original site be explored to see if suitable for the standpipe. The time for the completion of the stand pipe was extended to December 15th and the penalty changed from to per day. The solicitor will prepare a by-law j ter, full university privileges are ac- i corded it." i CHANGES AT HILLCREST Frank, Sept. in the personnel of the overman staff of the Hillcrest company took place the first of the month. T. H. formerly superintendent, retires and! is succeeded by C. R. Colgrove from j Spokane Manager Thorn is! replaced by Corey Weatherby. The difficulty with the engineers has been j Weekly Free Press and Prtirie Farmer, Wirm-p Family Herald and Weekly Star. Montreal Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AX OFFER WHICH ilEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF JLL CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made'up chiefly of these claa as: Persons who have lived in the west for acy lengthy period and a out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, fro the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction t all tkese classes but by this combination offer every special need is me The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete recoi by week of all happenings in the Tvestern Provinces. In additic it has special departments for American and British settlers. Fan ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Can da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailed fori and the bridge Herald provides the local Western news, which yo eannot do without. .......................................ISO LETKBHIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and Praii-i Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and 3jrta bridge Herald, for one each. WILL TICKLE JOHN D. Albany, N. Y., Sept. Baron settled and the mine is working Lewis' who Ia3t year was commis- asual though hampered by a short- j siojned by the Rockefeller family as- age oi cars. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Banister, Etc. 1 sites. He was anfi-wered satisfactor. i to effect an exchange with the A. R. ily by the engineer. The committee stated that if the OTOICE, SOUTHABD BLOCK TUTTLE SELLS PROPERTY Pernie, B. C., Sept. W Tuttle mayor of Fernie disposed of hi" valu able property yaaterday which is sit !plan Were carried OUt il would-de-j uated on the corner of Cox street ipreciate the value of their ProPerty-j aad Victoria Avenue, lots 8, 9 and iThey did not wish to hamPer the' GUN SILENCING DEVICE Springfield, Mass., Sept. Maxim's gun silencing device re- ceived its final test here yesterday at the hands of a board of officers at- tached to the TL S. armory, the test being to determine whether the de- vice would afford protection to skir- mishers or sharp shooters advancing on an enemy. The test is said to have been entirely successful. jsoeiation to trace the family history j in 'Europe announced today at the annual reunion of the Rockefeller i family that in his researches he found that the family of which John D. Rockefeller is a member of. noble I. Co. a small property at the cor- ner of Courtland St. and Westmin. for the right of way in The solicitor Wlll also be instruct- Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public 10 in block 10. The' price paid wasiwork oi the council- They Canted (ed to secure Lot 1, in Block 1, Duff fifteen thousand dollars cash and the i the stand pipe and had voted for il is required for deal was put through by Sherwood and it; must have a Proper founda- "Sht of waJ" the new force main. Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors fliginbotham Block, tion' However> theF asked that ful1 will be in charge of the Herchmer, barrister of this city. It is rumored this property was bought iiavestisation be given to see if brisade and J. H. Fleetwood for the Home bank, who will costly building on it for their ing business in the spring. This ia m the immediate vicinity. considered the most valuable site in of for the Home bank, who will erect a were to locate lhe stand, j the water and hose in case of fire j pipe where there were no buildings during the absence of Chief Fowler. cheque will be forwarded to the city and at present the Trites Wood company and the Royal Hotel have their temporary building ed on it. _ T They also suggested that it not be j WinniPeg Saddlery Co. for the price placed on a corner. If placed in the of the less repairs, middle of a block the buildings would The Ir0n Works wrote stating that will fence their lots on the west side of the Macleod Road, warning ATHLETICS AT HALIFAX Halifax, N. S., Aug. C. A. lineage. He reported that certain members of the fainily at ons timD held the title of baron in Southern France. WILFRID TRANSFERRED Ottawa. Sept. William Wil- frid Campbell, Canadian poet, who for rears held a position in Canadian privy council has been transferred to V-> W. A. meet here today was very success. ft DominioQ archives, nil. Kerr, of Hamilton, won the 220 yards race though he was beaten in the 100 yards by Schaefer, of Halifax. Longboat won the five mile event. The West End Y, M. C. A. carried off the victory in points while Dr.Mc- Donald, of New Glasgow, made the largest individual score. VELVET CHAFF WHEAT Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. appeal boards of Minneapolis ant Ihiluth that velve- chaff wheat which is entitled, becausi of its inferiority, to a separate class ification and should be known here, aflter as velvet chaff wheat No. 1, 2. and 4. OMAHA M. D. KILLED Omaha, Neb.. Sept. Prater ick T. Rustin, one of the best kno-wi surgeons in the West, a former i" football was shot and killed at he was entering his home early thif morning. There is no clue to irderflr. He had remained for election returns. I USOJCENT FOR SAL! EVERYWHERE. of NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every sec- fourth Mondays in th ond and month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate us. ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr STRUCK BY A CAR Halifax, Sept, D. head of the big shipping firm Troop Son was struck by a ca.r on which edgings were being car- j ried away at the mill of John Moors today and severely injured about the head and neck. He is in the hospital and in a serious conditin. erect.! a portion of it. Such was in a number of other cities. Mr. Arnold explained how a sand bottom became quicksand when reached by water and that the loca- tion in. the centre of a block would on the city that the road would have to be changed in location at that point. The matter was left over un- til the regular meeting. The Electric Company sent a corn- Also guaranteeing the tne company standpipe for year and they report that it must not be placed on a sand bottom. Washington, D. C., Sept. Pierce Sargent, commissioner gener- aJ of immigration for more than six teeif years, grand master of the Bro- therhood of Locomotive Firemen, at his apartments in the Man- or House in this city today. He was 56 years old. Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove all noxious BURNED FARMER'S PROPERTY Hamilton, Ont., Sept. res- idents of Silverdale, of Lincoln coun- To Mr. Hamilton the engineer ad- carried out. I for the plant be made in 20 year 6 per cent, bonds, the legality of bonds to be declared by the city. Steps will be taken to have such NEW COMMISSIONERS Ottawa, Sept. three addi- tional members of the Board of Bail. ly are incensed over a deliberate j way commissioners provided for by pieco of mcmdiarism. The barns of! the act passed last session it is said THE MAN FOR GLENGARRY Alexandria, Ont., Sept. garry Liberals have nominated J. A. McMillan, ex-M.P.P., for the Com- ONTARIO NOMINATIONS Montreal, Sept. following nominations for the Commons took place on Saturday. Brant: J. H. Nunan, Conservative. Peel: E. G. Graham, Liberal. North Essex: 0. E Fleming, Conservative. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING GOOD FOR VANCOUVER Vancouver, Sept. ing the supposed slackness in rea estate, Vancouver registry returns fo July are the greatest yet. The build, ing figures of the year to date are one million dollars in advance the same period last year. Beamor were burned down this morning with their seasons horses, cattle and farmin crop, impJe- and buggy. by a man who stole a horse FELL 500 FEET Waterville, Me., Sept. full view of horrified spectators on the Central Maine Fair Grounds here late today. Charts Oliver Jones, the will not be appointed before nexl weeks and perhaps not until later on. The east, middle west and far west will be represented in the se- COW BOY SUICIDED Liverpool, Sept. Price, a cowboy playing with a wild wost show committed suicide, today. He was to have been married today to a barley, waeds from wheat and oats, flax, grass seed, etc. H n-0 B MNARD'S FOWLER CO. DANDKUJP well known aeronaut of Hammondk- Liverpool waitress, port, N. Y. fell a distance of 500 feet to his death. Among the witnesses of the frightful plunge, were the LJNIMENT CURES Ottawa, Sept. It is tolerably certain that Hon. Thomas Greonwuy will bo one of the. new railway com- missioners but the other two members have not yet selected mons. Don't Accept rCheap Substitutes1 when you ask lor Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSCBT or you'll be disappointed 10 CENTS PER PACKAGE MAY NOT RATIFY TREATY Ottawa, Aug. influenc- es are at work against the ratification of the new Franco Canadian trade treaty by the French Senate and it is extremely doubtful under the cir_ j cumstances whether the treaty will oecomt- a law in the present form. I _______ _________ Drive Rheumatism out of the blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy find see how quickly pain will depart. Rub.on's never did reach the real dis.-ASf. Rheumatism isn't in the skin. It'tj deep constitu- tional. Getting rid of the pain, is after all, what counts. That is why Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic goes, by word of moutli from one to an- other. And herein lies the popular, ity of this Remedy. Tt is winning de_ everywhere. Tablets or Liquid. Sold by J. J. Johnston. When You Want Particular Printing w Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience has taught them that the best Hn 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. W. JORDAN, Soperiotendeirt Phone 106 ;