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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LEThBRlDGE WELALY Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. VISITING THE CITY Party of Distinguished Agri- culturists From Scotland leases of for agricultural purposes i _________ secured in tfcat portion or' i The iiiembiTS o: the commission, mt> Province of Alberta, Ivinii South which consists o: twenty-two practi-: Northern'.boundary of Town- j cal farmers and others interested hi 28 aad In the Souihw-estern j agriculture, are: of the Province of Saskatcb-j Barber, il. A., of Glas-J i justice oi the peaci1 for; shall be for a period noti i the c'Jinuies of Dumfries and Kirk-; 21. years, and no leaseshall i oudbright, who farms his own lands a greater area than of Tv-rerron, and rents several hill j Lauds leased ars Trot subject I farms, in all to about 5.000: to homestead entry or sale, but the J and hold.-? the champion plats j Minister of the Interior may cancel j of the Dumfries, Thornhill and j leasehold, or any portion thereof j Galloway societies for Cheviot sheep, j fcygiving tlie lessee two years' not i William Bruce., B. Be.; Fellow oil The rental chargeable is two j the Highland and Agricultural so- f per acre per annuni. A lease ciety: director of the Scottish chain-i be- granted an applicant nn- bi-r agriculture; senior lecturer in) BROILING- MEAT TOASTING- BREAD. One way produces evenly broiled meat and evenly toasted bread without taxing the patiaica of the This way is repre- sented bj "Sisk-alta" Range. The reason: has an Automatic Lift Top (Patented) in addition to regular Broiler Door; and this team works for ins operator instead of making her work. fees he head of cattle head of shoep for every 60 acres Applied for, and the shall in- crease his stock so as to be in pos- session at the end of Three years of one bea.0 of cattle or five bead of for every 20 c.cres leased, and maintain' stock in this propor- tion during the continuance of the teaae. -Sheep-grazing is perniituxi oa only m portion of toe tracts above refer- to. A map showing: the sheep jra-iriiT !.w secured on application to the Secretary 'f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. of the Minister, of Interior. B. Unauthorized publication of j advertisero-sat not be paid Ibr. DR. P. W. TULLER AJSTD SURGEON LETHBRIDG-E to ccon: to I milk record improvement for tiw Edinburgh and East of Scotland-College of who i; in the control of agricultural; research work at that institution, I and author of many bulletins on ex-1 perimental wr.rk, is in close touch I with the farming of :'T? most intent-j ivr'y cultivated part o-i Scotland. i J'. McHutchon Doobie, J. P., di-j rhetor of the Highland and Agrieul-j turul socii-iy; of the Scottish of. agriculture; of the East of Scotland; .Agricultural college; of the Royal i Dick vrtfrinary college, .Edinburgh, i and of the Lintou 'Agricultnral; I soei; ty, a tenant former of Campend and Todhills in Mid-Lothian, 3501 who farms his own property j j of Deanfoot, 230 acres in Peeble- i I shire. James Dunlop, director of Scottish i I chamber. of agriculture, member of j j the Ayrshire county council; has been j tenant former of Midland, riear'Kil-i i marnock; was the -organizer of the; first farmers' co-operative creamery i in Scotland, and an initiator of the! iWtfW'i v j V; Caution in reaching- conclu- sions is the conspicuous feature of all the members. Wherever they iiad differences of practice from those in vogue in Scotland or elsewhere they j inquire most carefully into the rea-i sons for thoi'a before passing uuy' i opinion, and uuivrrsal assump-! tion is that when there is a local j of practice the local men j probably know their own business' better than strangers. Chairman Absent David Wilkie, who was selected as j i chairman of the commission, is the' only member of the party unable to; j come to Shortly before the i i date of departure, a group of mills; j of which he is owner and which pro-i i vide the sole support of the village i j of was burnt to the ground, I and Mr. considered it is bounden duty to remain at home and see that his employees were provided with work at the shortest posible uo- j ticre, no matter at what. sacrifice j to himself. His plac> as member if j the commission is taken by Geot'g-? i Atken, of K rkcaldv. V RY WM. OLIVE required m the construction of a Building, f Lumber and al! kinds of Mill Work Do uot send all your money to uutl Cranbrook. Help to build up Letiibriage and a loc-til industry by pat Olivers Pknhig and Lumber Mills. Office. Vard.s and Corner .mil Bompas Streets Telephone f C' I TTr J ne I ray Another way produces unevenly broiled meat and unevenly t ousted bread and tases the patience of the housewife. This way is represented Banges. The Some Hanges have "only" a Broiler Door, others have a contrivance like that illustrated in top small by most reason: Shipment of Grain This Year j Will Establish a j Record WEEKLY FREE PRESS And Prairie Farmer Winnipeg FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal Another Way p. m. 5 to p. m. Office 68- Beaidence 132 I oping the milk properties of Ayrshire j cattle; he is a breeder and explorer drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction eft: iring th arm that holds the broiler and PR, G, C, CRAGG AlfD SURGEON of J ter cattle and boder tiring" the eye that directs the arm, i George A. Ferguson; J. P., justice j of the peace for Elginshire., president over ffiginbotaam's Drug of the Valuators' association. Who Office 125. House 94. holds the farms of Surradale, Or- to 11 a.m., 1.30 to chardfield and Loauhead near Elgin, 4.90 p-in.'. 7 to 3 pJn. Dr. F. Ji. Mewburn cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., to 3.30 m. Telephone 41. W.S. GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M, (McGilO PHYSICIAN, SUKGEOS ACCOUCHEB Eedpatk St. Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m owner of the largest Clydesdale stud in the north. Ian A. Forsyth. a tenant former of; Ballintraid, Delny, Koss-shire, holding of acres, arable. Dr. Shiira M. B., C. graduate in medicine of Aberdeen. The McKeOwrv-Hick Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Falmouth's Kentish estates, 1876-30, and on Lord r almouth's Cornish es- tates 1880-54, and was land agent on the Lethaxn Grange and Feard estates university; justice of the peace for t (Forfarshire) of James Fletcher, of Berwickshire; director of 'the High-! Eosehaugh, 1884-87. land and Agricultural and i James farmer of 300 vice-president in 1906, tenant farmer acres in Aerdeenshire, and. proprie- Drs. DeVebet Campbell Physicians asd Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McClure Stewart SUBGEON DENTISTS D. Hieinbothairfs new hlrw.k. Office n.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to o p.m DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale. Eootn 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Banister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK for thirty-six years of farm of Boon, Laoderdale, county of Berwick, con- sisting of acres, prominently known as an experimenter with farm stock, crops and pastures. E. B. Greig, F.R.S.E., Fellow of the Eoyal. society. Edinburgh; Fcr- dyce lecturer, Aberdeen university (since .lecturer on agriculture, j'Aberdeen and 2sTorth of Scotland Ag- college secre- tor of SOO acres. He feeds Irish bul- locks, and would like to feed Canad- ian, if they could be got. Angus Mackintosh, J. P. alumnus of Edinburgh mana- ger for the congested districts (Scot- land) commissioners, with immediate j charge of their large estates of Kil- sisting in all of 600 'acres; also the grazing of Garvock Hill; is one of the largest, if not the largest, seed potato -growers in the middle region of Scotland. E. Patrick Wright, J. P., F. R. S. E. Fellow of the Eoyal society, Edin- burgh, fellow of the Highland and Agricultural society. Mr. Wright is principal of the West of Scotland agriculaural college; Las designed ex- tensive series of field experiments on farm crops, and has introduced from Canada new varieties of oats, now widely grown" in Britain. Party of Specialists muir and Glendale in Skye, and var- j The Scottish agricultural commis- ious settlements in the highlands: sion to Canada is the successor of i and islands. Has been a member of; similar commissions to Denmark and tary of the departmental committee j the Inverness county council and of a j to Ireland in previous years. It is apomt-d by the board of agricul- j number of parish councils and school j self-constituted, the original party of i Calgary, B. the Liberal .candidate for the riding j of Macleod, was iu the citv vaster- j i day, returning south last night. Dur- i ing the last few days he has been in- I vestigating the threatened grain bloc- kade in the Claresholm and other districts. He believes that conditions j are somewhat serious if the railway is not more active in sending along cars. He estimates the yield of the district at bushels, one third of that amount being ready for the market at .the present time. He found that the car shortage was hurting the fanner in other ways. It was almost impossible now to ge4" nny timber on account of the of cars. The farmers were unable j to fret their 'grain away or 10 pH! lumber to build granaries in which to store the wheat. Mr. McDonald yesterday communi- cated with Hon. Frank Oliver, min- ister of the interior, laying before him. the exact conditions of affairs. A. Price superintendent of this di-j vision of the C. P. R. in an inter-; view with, the Albertan said that there would soon be some relief, though j he did not believe that a car blockade} could possibly be avoided this year The company had. sent down seven cars yesterday morning and would be able to establish a fairly regular ser- vice. "They expect a shipment of 000 said MX. Price. "That is a record. It has never been equal- led in any place in Canada. The largest shipment of grain ever made was from Indian Head, and that was Weekly Free PreSS and praifie Farmer, Winnipeg, Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald Sunny Alberta s Best THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH HEETS CLASS RS THE SPECIAL OF READERS. ture to investigate diseases of sheep; i boards, was farm manager at CarieYale, Sask.' Canada, during 1393 an'd 1S94, and Dr. T. Carlew Martin, L.L.D. al- rh rahersity investigation being the result of vol- untary effort on the part of a number of leading agriculturalists oi all parts The "Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and arw out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the> Old Country, front- the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to- all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer a complete record? by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American .and British set-tiers. The Fanv-.. Lly Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Canit- da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in form. and the JLethhridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you eannot do without. LETHBttCDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Hera.ld. for one year each. LETHBR1DGE RADIAL CC. TRAMWAY in one season. But in In- dian Head there are 12 elevators. In Claresholm there are but three eleva- tors. -You can understand what a Money to Lend, on Town and t Farm Property C. F. HARRIS W. Henderson, Jr., member oi Perthshire county council, and chair. i man of several of its committees, i Diseases of Animals act; farms land mosily arable, partly as owner and i j partly as occupier, and is a. breeder! of Shorthorn cattle; has taken a! leading part in. movement forj i the importation of Canadian cat- i lie knowing that a resumption of the trade would not only be of material benefit to both countries, but woiild tend to strengthen the relationship Britain in a Mr. Hender- to be aiaies, ana uanaaa rjntjj there ission of enquiry into the j and sportsman, Sir John Rose Geo. j j iches of commerce associ-! Sinclair, who' is a member of the i f, 1) peace for Dundee. Is editor of the j RiSht Hon- John Sinclair, secretary Dundee Advertiser, has traveled in j for Scotland and a cousin of the the United States, and Canada Scotia farmer 1903 on a mis leading branche: ated with land; a member of the Scot- tish Agricultural commission to Denmark (1904) and to Ireland and along with Mr. Hodge edited the reports "Farming in and "Tlie Revival of Agriculture in Ireland." full. Jn Indian Head the elevators j will take bushels. The trou-i ble in Claresholm is that there is j not enough elevator accommodation, i there is This :s the title a company in- corporated by the Alberta Legislature with power to construct lines of com- munication for the carriage of sengers and freight by means of elec- tricity or by such motive power ex- cept steam, as the company may, i from time to time, deem expedient.'" f The lines which the company may j construct are -from Lethbridge to Alta; Lethbridge to titaf- and from Lethbridge to Tp. 'fl ate street railways or tramways with- in 80 miles of Lethbridge. The com- pany's he-ad office is at Lethbridge. and the provisional directors W. Henderson, C. F. P. M. Freeman, F. H. Mewburn, H. T. Cherry W. Hardy and B. M. Jones., fronxThe way and Marine World, September, 1908. present party. The reports of the commissions on Ireland and Denmark have become classic documents .in the j agricultural literature of Great Bri-j tain, and for year. "The railway is doing its utmost! and will continue to do its utmost reason _the report to on Oanada wmczi country is much in or 10 in-ranges 20 and 21, West of the fourih meridian. The company has a capital of 000, has power to issue the amount of a mile, and is au- c-annot understand thorized to enter into'agreements with they can expect to be free from- carl any person or co-rapany havinj? right cmain periods of im-Lnd authority to construct and oper- being; dispensed by druggists everywhere. In a few hours, Preventics are said to break any And" Preventics, being so safe and tooth- some, are very fine for children. No- Quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh- nor sickening. Box bv J. J, Johnston. Sold'.. oi Canada and Great very especial mannc-r. son believes Canadian Barrister, Public! the healthiest in the world, and pro- _____ tests against their exclusion from the British market. Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION STATIONARY ENGINEERS OF Meet in the Labor Hall every sec- fourth Mondays in ths ond and month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate -with us. r-KJBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE. Secretary. 13-lyr Two thousand children appeared at the opening of schools in Calgary. "Educating them is a large order but Calgary people say that no import- ed article is better than the home- grown. J. if. member of the Perth- shire county council. Fellow of the Royal Economic society, member of the Scottish agricultural commission to Denmark and to Ireland editor in conjunction with Dr. Carlew Martin of the reports "Farm- ing in and "The Revival of Agriculture in is a lawyer, land agent, and farmer in Blairjrowrie, and has taken an active part in the development of fruit cul- ture in Scotland, and has laid down hundreds of acres under fruit. G. L. Atkin, solicitor and banking agent of Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire. Mr. Atkins farms over nine hundred acres of arable land in Fifeshire. He was a member of the Scottish com- mission of Denmark in. 1904, and of Ireland in 1906. Edward E. Morrison, tor of the Scottish chamber of agri- culture, Fifeshire agriculture corres- pondent to the board of agriculture and fisheries; tenant of the farms of B'innytown and Balmouth, Fifeshire. A. M. Prain, J, P., member of the Perthshire county council of the county road board, valuation commit- tee, and local authority; has farmed on a large scale in the Ca.rse of Gow- rie, and has also managed a large sheep farm in western Perthshire, and has specialized in poultry keep- ing. Over prizes besides chal- lenge trophies, have been won by his birds at leading shows. the public eye at present, is being looked forward to on all sides with the utmost interest. Each of the ac- tive members of the commission is a specialist on a certain branch of ag- riculture, and each will write that chapter of the report dealing with his own special branch. The whole is edited by Dr. Carlew Martin, one of the most brilliant journalists of Scotland, editor of the Dundee Ad- vertiser, acting as chairman of the party; and the commision. as a whole exercises a controlling hand over the writing of each of its members. Work With Caution The commission, while having an excellent time, is of the most serious Sir John R. G. Sinclair. Bart, D.S.I character, and on the train all its 0., justice of the peace and D. L. for Caithness-shire; served in the South African war, 1399-1902, and was men- tioned in Lord Roberts' for "valuable services." Xova 1704. Scotia baronetcies. dispatches Holds two 1G31 and John Spier, director of the'High- land and agricultural society; direc- tor of the Scottish chamber of agri- farm culturo, helds the farm of Newton, Harry Pope, J. justice of the j near Glasgow, consisting of 400 acres pease for Kaddingtonshire; president or" highly-rented land, devoted partly Scottish chamber of Agriculture; ten-ito ordinary farm crops, to crops oi members are extremely busy either making up their notes of what had come to notice during the day or com- paring notes with other members. It is their practice to get together in the evening and matters over, and in this way a strong and solid body of opinion sems to be in pro- cess of formation which will make the report a coherent and organic Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove weeds from wheat and iflax, seed, etc. all noxious oats, barley, ant fanner of Oxwellmains, which along with Broxmouth Home farm, comprises 420 acres arable and 280 acres grass land, on the Duke of Roxburgh's estate near Dunbar. James Johnstonc, J. P., Fellow of the surveyors' institution; governor of tht> W.'st of Scotland Agricultural vice-president of the Royal Scottish Agricultural society; was resident on Lord and Lady L. H. FOWLER CO., Lethbridge, Alta. M.INARTVS DANDRUFF. LINIMENT CURES the markft garden class, and to the production of milk; is a strong advo- cate of periodic weighing and testing for fat oi the milk of all cows, and supervises and summarizes this work for the Highland and Agricultural so- ciety. David H. and valuator for the. board of agriculture and fisheries for the local govern- ment board of Scotland; ia tenant of the farms of Dunninnld Mains and Bnlkfiillie in Forfarshire, and Johns- ton Mains and Kincardincshire, oon- BETTER Cake, Padding or Pastry Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSERT is almost certain to be a car short- age." EXPENSIVE REVENGE Act of Italian Laborer Costs German Government Large Sum Heidleburp, Sept. not of revenge on the part of an Italian la- borer, bc-caXise he considered he had been dismissed without cause has cost the government the sum of 000. The government has been con- structing a railroad tunnel through the Black forest mountains, working in from each end to meet the centre. It was discovered today that the two halves which should have come to gether at tho village of Forebach, missed each other by 26 feet. The reason i.s a mistake in the survey which arose from the purposeful mis- staking of a {surveying pin. This aci was the work of an Italian who hid a grudge against the government. HANNA ON THE STUMP Toronto, Sept. W. J. Hanna, left for Halifax today .to join MY. Bordon in the federal cam-j paign. CENTS PER PACKAGE Drive Rheumatism out of ihf- blood with Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Remedy and how quickly pain will depart. Rnb.on's-nevf-r did reach the real Rheumatism isn't in the skin. It's .constitu- tional. Getting rid of the pain, is after all, what counts. That is why Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy goes, by word of rnoutfi Irom one to an. other, heroin Hfs the popular, ity of this Remedy. Tt is winning de. fi'Sicfrc.s t-vovywhcrd. Tablets or Liquid. Sold by J. J. Johnston. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING When You Want I Particular Printing Pke 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 in the art can be produced1 Bere-. effec- tively and promptly. 1 If you are not a patron of the Herald Job Department, let us estimate on your next work. W. JORDAN, Superintendent Phone 106 ;