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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MOrCSSlONAL CA1DS OR. W. ft, QALBRAITH BT m DftBi Brmli iftvt It 4. Duly, t I but balk old be M MAKING RESTITUTION There are 628 miles of timber lim- iU in the West held today by the _and granted by the Conservative government for which uot a single dollar of bonus was paid by ,the frivoxis ot' the Conservative government, an area larger than that which Mr. T. A. Burrows, the much maligned, owned and for -.which he had paid in bonuses the policy of the Conser- vatives was said to.be restitution. If. there was to be restitution of Mr. 'Burrows' limits because the bonus was, too small, then there must be 7 restitution of the" 628 miles granted by the Conservatives to their friends and for which not one cent oi bonus had ever been paid. "Are these the ine'nT who are going to make very properly aaks Hoa. Mr. Oliver. "Then they will havo a great deal of restitution to make." dtilrf Activities at is of___ _ of UM work of heighten- The value of the bounty scrip DM granted to South African It tne aapeci oi a: service1 by statute passed at the last ftther than an individual and of Parliament being consid- can adminitfier a C'rabJy discussed. era! aervice with economy to tlie' Those eut jit led are rueii home rhole public Utf individual or in Canada but wiio served in the oaal uiuat ait back. British forces 'in South Africa, durhur intent' in in favor of some part of the war, and included Ute adminutratiou o( gaoeral welt are those of the last landscrip, he becomes .entitled-to Conservative, la 1896 320 acres of land in adjoining the Conservative'party was admitted- quarter sections anywhere on sur- y bad, did Mr.- Magrath profess his veyed lands in the three prairie pro he vote viaces; and on completing thV ordiii- to put the party out of power? homestead for dependence is all very well "out it six months in each year for three should be practiced at all times. i years, erection of a habitable house j and cultivation of 30 acres of land remembers Wil- he entitled'to a free patent Lethbridge. fondly CAH OF liife CAR OF Hour ON-TRACK TODAY Tfce fentiey Co, itt. MM Lots, lilock A, Hig- inboihain Aduiuon, corner fVrydeii: and Torrance, for Sr-Acrt; Lot ;7, Block cy St. from North .Ward School Lot 3, with good 5 roomed house Sniilh and Round Sts, only half mile from New Location But Same" Low Prices i F. German on Westniih- ster inilev'- from Central of sub-division into JO full sized lots ..........IJMi half of Acre Lot 4, Block.. 7, corXof Mc- beth and Bailey Sts., for ..cash Lots in Block 15 Duff Addition, yt mile from poatoffiee. This Block fac- osonCrabbSt., each MM Ml the above on easy tirm Good On Bead i and Gorartland Street down aed bal- atice iuoueaud two years per ceut A Limited Number Only Tbe C. I. Isnii T. E. PATTE80N Room Block Between Sagcrs and Roy's y liam Lyon Mackenzie King. He set-; The practical effect of this provision tied the coal strike here and .that the veteran who becomes a everlasting gratitude. AVe heartily Western settlor secures 160 acres of hope that he will be elected" in. North .land free of any charge or duty. But Waterloo and become the first mtnis- ler of labor in Canada. E. T. Gait, is warmly welcomed to Lethbridge. His visits of late; have been few and far between but the old timers fondly remember him! Leth- bridge, since his last visit, has been very much, transformed and we ques- tion if that gentleman knew the place j all the rights of the veteran, when he set his eyes upon it y ester-1'-hi3 provision practically places the day after his extended absence. he does-not get it until he has earn- ed his patent for 160 acres as a homesteader: v In order ..that the veteran who is j not in a position to become a home- deader may get the all possible value out of his land scrip, he is permitted to asign it to a substi- tute, who by the assignment, ac- OYSTERS aud SPRING GHIQKENS the new Bulletin .Board- for the menu for each meal To. set; .at statements and insinuations to the 'contrary we_ de- sire to state that the entire stock of the Herald Printing Co. is held by citizens of Lethbriuge, and thut, the financial control of the company is in the hands of men directly as- sociated with the management and conduct of the newspaper and partments. by the Militia JDepartment shall be valid. As -matters stand at present the minimum value of the bounty if tak- eir in money "scrip should be or in cash, and if takeii in land scrip .should- be not less than to for purposes of sale, while for purposes of actual settlement, it may easily-be worth5 to as it enables the veteran to acquire 320 acres of land without interfering with his right to acquire in addition a homestead 'of .160 acres as an or- dinary settler anywhere in the prai- rie or, a homestead and pre- emption of 320 acres in the tion sirea. m Redpath 8t. 'Phone M 7-g p.m. R Q8fY Dttrae open for ea Can be lound at Ifn. W. 0. Huttou'i Courtlind St. SNAP 2 Loto in North Ward For These must be sacrificed AT ONCE. Call today V MADAM NORMAN PiamtU) of puoofcrte, voice production. or receiver or advanced. CoAching for Howard H.UM, INCREASE ITS CAPITAL Ottawa; Sept. Port Arthur Elevator Company has been given au- thority to ''increase, its capital from to BEECHER ilAUE HER SORRY Henry Ward Beecher once in pre- paring to call on his parishioners, had made out a list of names, had I veteran who does not go on the land, I but who is provident in the manage- ment of his business affairs, in the position of having the right to 160 acres of land to. .sell to any home- steader, present Q: prosp-ctive, wlio may bs able and willing to-buy it. As there is no Government land for sale outside the pre-emption, area, the veteran stands a fair chance to sell 160 acres of the 320 acre scrip at the pries of adjoining railway lands, which may be from to an acre. Even an the pre-emption area, where 10 acres of adjoining Government land is sold to home- steaders on settlement conditions at an acre, the veteran's scrip is worth mbrfe than an acre for 160 acres. .For the Government re- quires three gears' residence in ad- dition to the. price, and the exhaust- tion of the homesteader's right, in government deserves the .credit, we claim. It enlightened the world about the great resources of the West. It turned the attention of the thousands in, this direction. All the scandal talk of the Censor- vatives cannot becloud this fact. The Conservatives while in posvor, the opportunity to develop this country but they lacked the gen.us of istration and the last, years of lnn of western affairs. If he does, he cannot, but conclude that the govcnsii.cnt 's the best friead the cvo-- Lad and i- deserving of x cr. THE CLASS OR THE WHOLE PUBLIC The Booksellers' and Association of Ontario is exercised over the prospect of loss of trade from the introduction of free text books and puts the loss in profits at twenty-five per cent, in the business of the small stationor. M. G. Hny of St. Thomas, puts it this way: "Why don't they go after the dry gOGuS titu'e and supjiiy free clothes he argued. "They say that a child cannot go to school without books. It cannot go with- out clothes either, and the latter aru harder to bny than hoc-ks." bad for us. honce bad all around. Mr. Hay's objection is not made stronger got the addresses from the church di- the case of a pre-empticrh, while the rapid increaseJn the rectory-perlmos an old one-ami was taking them in their most convenient order. This brought him to a house in which, according to his list, a -----should It was a vary handsome house and when Mr. keecher rang the bell he had to wait some time for a response When this did come it was a ir- ritated one, in the person of a wo- man, who was evidently just from the washtub. asked Mr. Bee- vet ran's 160 acres is free of residence The Cpajdale Restaurant Is the'place to get V good Square Meal. A new and clean. SHIPPING BONDS Calgary, Alta., Sept.- shipment of bonds to. Lon- don was not niade last-night, because the express cost about The city may send a special messen- ger.' Rcstaiiraat's Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours and settlement duties and of exhaust- ion of right, as well as of price. It is unfortunate that, whether by accident or design, -there seems to be a combined effort in. the press-to depreciate the "value of the vetr-rans" grant, v.rith the no doubt, that in anyv- men will part with their rights without fair value. .The statute does what it can to prevent this by providing that no transfer of right bf.-l'or.' tho issue certifi- V THE SOCJAL REALM On Tuesday evening Mr. and Jffs. Sjdney .Tackson entertained in honor it their sister, ifiss 0. ifeXoughtoQ and Mr. E. A. Sharman, whose mar- riage takes place in October. Five tables were arranged for progressive euchre, Ifrs. P. L. Naismith and ilr. Shepard the fortunate prize winners. The guests were Mr. and Sfrs. F. Colpmun, 3tiss Colpman. Mr. and 3Crs. P. L. Miss McCor- mack, Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock, Mr and Mrs. E. N. Higinbothnm, 3Cr. and Mrs. Chi.vcrs. Dr. and Mrs. Gal- braith, Miss Cotter. Miss fMon Miss Macbeth, Messrs. Shar- man, .J. D. Hisinhothrtm, McMulIen, Sheparti. Teafns Wainted At llayr Transfer Co. H. and Vt. G. Hole, Props. v PHONE. ISO J. F. Rodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS Sale SUbles Wood St. "Is Mrs. I cher in his best manner. "Don't live snapped the wo- man, and slammed the door in his face. Mr. Beecher waited quietly on the doorstep until the woman had cer- tainly had time to go back to tho basement and to resume her washing. Then he rantj the bell again. After a while tho nd Emb.lmtr. '321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDOK, Office and. Kesidence 102 F; B- "OLFfON ARCHITECT Room Whitnty Block. JAS. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block; Street Alta. THE MISSES BROOK DrtMhiakcrs Ihildren'a Clothes and Plain 41 ArgyU (39) A. F. G..R. A. '-pilap meeting night, the thin ThurtKlay of each month -in: the wjnic Hall, p. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will alwayi receive a hearty welcome. A.C.AiESSER. w- Al- Secretary, x P. Meets Isi M o n d ays in-E. of P 0Jill at 8 o'clcK-k. _ brethren are corxliutly invited. S G. DAVIEy, W.P 24-ly T. .T. WHITE. W. S Canadian Order ot Foresters LeAWte Meets iu K of P Hail last Thursday of month VUiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.8. LCTHBRIDGE MO. C. B. P. O. E. Meeta on the aecond Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E- R. Secretary Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou if taefit Solet] in iJic of Hail evfry nn.t third Thursday month at 8 p.m. Vimting Lrrthrwn Walter Apptebj, W. RobJni, s c Boi 57. MORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall ereij aod and fourth Mondayi in month. reiuirinf certificated aad out o( enplov- ment, do with as. ROBERT NEVIN. W. A. DICK80N, SeoreUri The Oxford Cafe Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters. Cigars. Frail and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor ;