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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. .September 19, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 Shot Repairing Store 916 6th Avenue South Irrigation1 is his life's Work Closing (town at tte end ol ibis moaib- All goods iuuit be taken away on or before the ZSth lust-, or they will be sold to clear expenses. How To Get Rid Of Drink Habit Tho irresistible crivln? desire which drives all drinking on and uliluiatoly them physically, mentally and financially, can be re- moved by the Neal Treatment In three days without tho use ol hypo- dermic Injections. Act at once and investigate the Neal Treatment. It IB a cafe, e-uro vegctablo remedy. Neal InltlUUo, NEAL INSTITUTE, 820 13th Avr. West, CaJgary Phone W. 4525 Ifbb front WILL IEST C.P.R. BIG PROJECT AT BA93ANO WILL BE OFFICIALLY TRIED OUT Baisano, Sept. C. P. H. has tnnoiracad that October 1 will fee the date for the testing ot the gales the Irrigation dam at BM The (own ot Bassino was am loin to delay closing of the dam on account of the, waterworks Intake no yet completed. Tho C. P. obdurate, however and to a town delegation that waitec treaty. 1 got to knoxv Jlr. C. A. agrath, ot Lelhbrldce very well hlle Ihst treaty under conslder- Mr. Novell will go noith to Calgary here he will visit the Basaano dam nd Uia C. r. R. Irrigallon project iere. He return to n about ten days. GOVERNMENT HAS MADE SOME APPOINTMENTS PENDING GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE Ottawa. Ont, Sett. Is learned that a number of appointments to the bench and one case were dealt with ai a meeting of the cabinet couu- cil held yesterday. Owing to the ab- sence from tho caiiilal of Sir Chat. Fitrpatrlcic, the deputy Bovernor-gen- :al, who Is at Murray Bay, the or- crB-ln-couricil have not teen signed nd tho members of the government eclliie to make any anr.o'jncement aat I. Lewood, of Reglna.-has heen ppoloted to the Supreme Court of askalchewan. It Is almost certain, hat the appointment has been will ho ihortly. The capital case dealt with woa hat of Victor Pople, the Winnipeg murderer. It Is understood that' in his case a reprieve has hcen-grantcd, although for what period is not known. The case of Gtlson, of Toronto, who s sentenced to he hanged In October, IreS not yet been dealt with: The district Judgeshlps in the west, It Is stated, have not yet heen fllle-d. Ten of his Neigh- wrs were Perparing (Continued from front and leave rams until the s'tata comce back. I don't think you could sell a farm down there now, and. there are a lot 'armers who won't be able to mee their obligations-on their 'mdrlgages and machinery accounts. I am sur prleed at lha land you'have in Can ads, and the cheapness of the hes of it. It is a great tfcanca.to money, and It lYould pay the of Southern Alberta to send raore men who know''BomethinK.about the farming country 'arour.d hero right down into Elwrorih county, to'n'nB as ilarijueUe, Wolf, Bllsworth and Kanopolis and get a bunch of farmers to'come right m m JOHN TyUEfl TAKEN BACK TO MACLEOD FOR NOT PAYING HOTEL BILL Tlie "Dead Beat Ad" jot its Gist victim in this province last eight. John Tyler was hit caroe, and be hails Irom Macleod. Tlie "Deat Heat Act" is a neiv M, placed upon the statutes to pro- 1 CAM Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Roche interviewed here, said of his trip west: "At several points deputations ol "uiied "nchmen and farmers waited upon out paying a hoard hill. 1'rovious to I me In the interest ol certain reforms net coming iu IIMV. a hotelkeep-} which they desired. Thfse were i-hirf- ei bad no way ot collecting a board bill alter his guest had lell. Under tho'new act a man may he brought ly in relation to pre- emptions, grazing leases and the se- curing of Patents. Many points v.-ere iacVand not only ordeicd to pay the brought forward by the deputations, hill but is also liible to a fine not. Some of them (irsired that- no inter- lest be asked for the first (href years Yesleraaj- John Tyler ol pre-emptions; Home thouxht that arrived in the city. Klicrtly word arrived that he a fcoard Interest should not be charged at all, and others insisted that pre-emptions bill' of 5150 at the K.Tipirc hotel should he tree, instead ol the govera- tbere which he did not seem inclined ment asking the present sum ol 13 to pay. The oilier of 1hc hotel swore an acre. out 'a warrant, and Detective Majee took Tyler in tow. ot Macleod, arrived prisoner back at 4.20 this morning. He will appear lor a preliminary hearing in' Macleod today. The chief interest of the ranch Chiel I.awson man was in regard to stability ar.d took the.jot their leaseholds. They insist that the present system ot granting leases with a cancellation clause on two does not give them a Local hotelkeepers arc chance to eitpatid their business the case closely as the outcome will or operate to the- best .idvantage. be of'personal intertst to each of them. Baiaano, Alta., Sept. of Basiano have Invited Hon. Charles R. Jlltchell, minister of public1 works] to attend a banquet In hie honor to commemorate the opening of.the Bas- sano Bow river bridge, n provincial government Improvement .which will make a large area of country' tribu- tary to Baseano. It Is expected that the bridge will he' completed, about September 29, and a wire has been despatched to Mr. Mitchell asking him when It will be convenient for-him to attend such a banquet. BOARD EXAMINERS FOR Tnii MINERS MEN AUTHORIZED BY GOVERN- MENT TO OFFICIATE UNDER THE MINES' ACT UP here and seo your country now while you are threshinE'your crops. Lota of. those are mighty good farmers down there, and -from what I seo you, want a lot ot farn-ers around here. There Is Iphd enough and every chance for a good farmer to make good, and we have a. lot.of good fcirmerB.loafing down there.now." Mr. Jxaikbr expressed admiration a the Ojlt Oardens, and said he .wouldn't havis believed It.possible to tAd flow; ers growing and grass so greea here In the middle of SopUmher, for they get frosts milch earlier down In Kan- COL. SAM'S JA.UNT London, Sept. SanrHugheB who with his parly of .Canadian ml) Itia omcerSj has hegun attending the army manoeuvres at Frankfort am MeU, and In UelgEum and returned to London last order The district board ol eiaminers for certificates uniitr the Mines Act iiave been gazetted as follows: William Alevander Davidson, Cole- man Fred Alloit, Frank Crows Nest Pass District Robert Livingstone, Lethbridge; James Lindsay, Coalhurst; Leth- bridse District.- Walters, llanihead Aleian- de'r-.A'nderson, Calgary Uisdict. Alexander mentoa David "Astley, Kdmonton Edmonton District. Lers, in, Jiankhead Ca Carnnchael Dunn, They desire that the recommendation of the ranching commission for a tea year fiied lease should he adopted by the department. "I rannot but ieel that some chan- ges are desirable. It is our policy to encourage the.cattle raising Indus "try throughout Canada, and there is reason-to believe, ihat some amend- ments 1o the homestead laves may be desirable. .1 evpect Ihat amendments will be .introduced permitting settlers to get patents on their lar.ds b) stocking with, cattle. This will, o! course, only apply to those districts whete it is difficult to find a sufTiri ent stretch of arable land to cohipl; with the homestead rejulations. "So far as the tancli leases go I expect to take up the recommcnila tions of the .ranch commission, and expect that all of them that are or> be put into force. Thi means'.that the .recommendations wi! probably be adopted with a lew min or changes. irrigation dislricls parti; of engineers ate now busily engage on a re-survey, and though this wor 1 .that Mr. Landbuyer We can sc-H you some of the best money- makers in Southern Albevln, all within nn 'hour's nui by auto of Letlibridge. It will [my you to look us 141. cnu nmuigo terms to suit. Eight quarter sections nartheait of cUy in Iron Springs from to per acre. Five quarter sections northeast of city in Sundial to per acre. Five quarter north, be- tween Lethbrldge and Barons, to }16 per acre. Several quarters, helves, and whole sectons on Lelhbrldge-Weyburn line, per acre and up. Many of those farms are veil improved, having comfortable buildings, etc., snd all have poslof.ice and store one to five miles. We want to take you out and show you these lands. What we have to offer you will sell nt double the price in a. year's time. See us now. Alberta Land Co. SHEPHERD BLOCK Opposite Alexandra Hotel PHONE 63. Open Evenings HEALTH CONGRESS WELL ATTENDED SECTIONS SETTLED DOWN TO WORK THIS QUESTIONS DISCUSSED lleeina, Sask., Sept. I9.-Or.e hun- dred and forty-two registered dele- gates to the Canadian Health Con- gress began their work this morning, dividing into sectional meeting, all of which were held in the Hegina col-. The sections'were all filled and ganizalion ol health work and tuber-, culosis acd its control ivere features discussed military hygiene, under direction o! Major T. li. C.A.M.M.C., Toronto veterinary hy- drogen and food inspection inspectors, which concludes with or-, ganizatiou ol the Also. engineers and architects, laboratory: workers. -Y 1 The social workers section under" Professor W. Andrews is proving oi great- interest, his paper on the call oi sucial service bciug 'received with applause. J. G. Rohcrtcon and "Co., dealers In hooks and stationery' will occupy the promises noiv occupied by Wal- lace's cigar store, Fifth street, after'. decided by the convention ol the Do- anlj lotE places in Montana minion Hotelkeepcrs' "association this wllcre morning to, hold its 19U convention in ihe city of Toronto. 'George Wright, .ot Toronto, who has, been provisional-president, was r'o-nVr.t'ed president, and E- J. Ho- they.had very" se- frosts weeks ago. He declared! Lethbrldge was-the finest small city; he had over seen, and was .marvelled at the large number of lioueos he saw; side-' and the. appearance 1, fine Underhill, ol Saskatoon, was ap- pointed second vice-presidenl, acd J. 11. Hlpfian, "ol Vancouver, third Tice- p'reaident. The executive was made, up ol one- man province in the Do- as.follows: A. H. Blackhurn, Vancouver C. Bclahger, Edmonton II. J. Bar- ry; Saskatoon; Winni- peg George Hodder, 1'ort Arthur; D. Kaymo'nd, Montreal W. E. Ray- mond, St. John; N. II.; James. 11. Fairbanks, Halifax, N. S., and .John Ixrobc', 61 Dawson.City, Yukon. 'It was.left .to the evccutive to ap- point a 'permanent secretary. This -position has been filled to daw" by ff, T. of Winnipeg. hones he -saw .everywhere on the. streets. VLethbrldge is sure to be a hig be said, "and 1 guess I'll hnre to rlilit airay to stay here for a speil and locate on' a farm, and gel some of my friends to come up and Join me." Thirty Arrived from South Kidney aiirt Bladder Troubles Chronic Sufferer! Find After Few DOMI of Croxone If you are bothered with hack- rheumatism, havet dif- agrteable, annoying bladder or urinary disorders, to .coiifend suffer with any other ot iho many mlserlos that como from 'ivtaX kidneys here Is a guaranteed remedy you can de- 1C Is a positive fact that Crox- one- promptly such dlscaMi. It right In and cleans -o-Jt tho stopped urtkldnoyn and them filter sift oul poisonous mailer (rbm tho Wood. It neutralizes and dissolves the uric acid (iat lodges In Ihe Joints and muscles causing rhearaaHun; ipothes and ticali the. delicate linings ot 'the bladder. More .a trr of are seldom required to .relltTo sven olntinUe, lone iUr.tinx tun'.' You wilt find Ctoione entire- ly different from all other rem- edits. It It so Utnt it li praotlctlly Impotitble to Uke It without rMiiIU.' An original packim hut z (rifle, and your druggist Is .authorized to return Iho purchue price If Croxono falls to giro the deslr. ed rcaulls first time. (Continued troai Iront Sft'memuefs the party repre- sented a combined capita) .of 00. Kvery member is an experienced ir- Igator. They come from parts where here was plenty, of'water lor irri- ating when they land, ut new projects have'cut down the upply so that'll impossible to. Main sufficient water fcir effickccy. They are hssured that all (he Alber-j a projects have water rights secur-j which will furnish plenty o! vra-j tr lor ail time lo come, a.cii that in: ll is one ol Ihe best -advertise- ments they haye-tound in the coun- ry. They will 50 from l.rlttbridge to Calgary and thence to GassaDo anil nflcr looking over both projects will decide phere MOKE J'BQTECTION FOR IRON IXDUSTKY PRE TAfljrif 18 NOT PRO- TECTIVl CNOUQH Thomas Uickrrdifcc; interim report will shortly te sul head Pass Distiiil. day tile parly all.left lor Aldershot ID papers were lollowed by mitted. Xo action will be taken-rn '-Edwin Sparrow, Pocahontas Uav- partlclpate la-the .British this'matter, however, until we have sions. The sectiocs were l tho Drst ot October. officers ol health, where or- I complete data upon which to work. Halilax, X. Si.-.Stpt, the Canadian unocialioa meeting yesterday a 'resolullon was passed, "That this association Is ol the opinion that.the iron and stfel nrhcilulcs of tarjfl In some of their aspects are intdequale to cs- lahlish this induilry ori-a permanent footing in Canada, is ot the opinion that "such changes ought to he inf.de as will secure the per manency the industry hy'anordin an adequate retnin nn-the In- vested and labor employed therein." The Chssferfielcj ;The Shawl Collar The Convertible Collar The Raglin as Made for No More, No Less, by ThelScdtlarid Woolen Mills Co., Ltd, Street South Phone 1858 Lethbridge ;