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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt LETHBRIDOt MIRAL.D Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grtiziag leases 01 Do'imnion for agricultural purposes in that portion of Utt Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town- 28 and In the Southwestern por- ti -of the Province of HE DP WHILE OTHEPOUCE STATION twan. Leases shall be for a period not 21 years, and no leaseshall a greater area than lOO.OOGi Lands leased are not subject to Homestead entry or but the of the Interior may cancel a leasehold, or rsny portion thereof bygiving the lessee two years' not Ice. The rental chargeable is two per, acre per annum, granted an applicant un- he owns one head of cattle five head of sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall in- his stock so as to be in pos- swsion til Liic cud of three years of one head of cattle or five heart of for every 20 acres leased, and maintain stock in this propor- during the continuance of Sheep-grazing is permitted only a 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 Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Depute of the Minister of Interior. publioatioc of this advertisement will not be paid -for. Sudden and Untimely End Of Charlie Edwards (From Thursday's Daily.) Th life of Charlie Edwards, a well known character around town came to a' sudden termination last night. At 0.40 a phone message to the A lease Cation from Quong Sani DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON LETHBRIDG-E to noon; to p. oi.; to p. m. 63. Residence 132 DR. .0. C. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflfee ever Higinbotham's Drug Pfcone Office 125. House 94. Office 9 to .11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m.. 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Eedpatli St. COT. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W. 5. GALBRAITHJW.D.C.M. (McGiR) PHYSICIAN, SUBGEOK ACCOUCBER Redpath St. Phone.53 9 a.m.. 2-3, p.m Dts. DeYeber CampbdJ Physicians and Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. Drs- McGinn; Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS D. Higinbotham's -new block. 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. keeps a restaurant west of the office caid that a man had been' to fall on the street at the lune cros- sing west of the restaurant. Consta- ble Kroiing -immediately ran over and found the deceased lying on fa'c'b" hi the mud. After turning him over, he came back and got C.PTt. Constable Ackerman to assist him to carry him over. was seen to in very bad shape and Dr. Camp- bell was called up. Medical availed nothing and about 10.10 lie pronounced dr-ad. _ His death was apparently caused by a stroke. Charlie was one of those unfortunates whose for liquor was stronger than his wiil- powor and lately he had been drink- ing quite heavily. Yesterday, how-] ex-er, hi- was quiU- sober although atj the time of his death he had drink'ing some. He went to Quong j restaurant a ad ordered M; meal, ft was noticed that he had j a slight wound over his left eye and ho said some one had struck him and he knew who it was. Before he had finished his meal he got up and i staggtred out though steady enough when he came in. He got outside and: ihe Chinaman watching him go up istreet saw him fall and phoned to the police. The. doctor was of th? opinion that death could not have been caus'-d by the. wound over eye as it was only skin deep. Cor- oner Higinbotham was notified, but decided to wait until morning before viewing the and deciding whe- ther or not an inquest--was necessary. Charles M. Edwards was a harness- maker who came here about six years ago. He comes of a good fam- ily in Middlesex Ont., and has a brother., a well known cancer spe- cialist living at Komoka, Ont. Char- lie was well educated and quite a musician and was at one time a member of one of the choirs in town. In his younger days he was a baseball player of note, having been a member of the famous St.Louis Browns in the National League. It is understood he leaves a widow at London, Out. A son is a druggist at Gait, Ont., and he has noti- fied of his fathers death and asked to wire instructions. An inquest was decided as unnec- Gei better cooking results from less fuel range was built to get more and steadier heat out of the fuel you burn. bake and roast perfectly. do all that the highest priced range will do and do it easily. Gurney-Oxford Chancellor Ts built of dead flat, patent levelled steel, asbestos lined. It has the duplex revers- ible this grate no coal can drop through until it Is thoroughly burned teeth cut off the.dead ashes from the bottom of the fire when the grate is operated, giving a quick, hot fire. the nig, deep oven, with balanced door that drops down and forms a firm shelf for basting, etc. The detachable copper reservoir will keep you supplied with plenty of hot water. The Guraey Oxford Chancellor Range will cut down living expenses saving fuel, food and labor. It bakes perfectly, roasts to a easily con- trolled and perfect in operation. This is the range you should have in your range you should write us about to-day asking for full information. PRICE 140 High CUset f 10 S8-50 ARRESTS MADE AT PINCHER CREEK In Connection With Attempt To Crack Milling Co.'s Safe GURNET-OXFORD Golden Nugget No range was ever sold at so low a price that was so solidly built of dead flat, pat- ent levelled steel, lined with asbestos and containing so many. of the latest improve- ments in range construction. The new Gumey-Oxford reversible gratte gets the best out of- any coal and gives a quickly responding fire. The oven gives an absolutely even temp- erature and is extra large. Let us tell you more about it. PRICE 523.00. Hlfh Sf.SO .00 The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited SIR WILFRID AT CLINTON Premier Deals In Manner With the Liberal Policy Of Conciliation CHnton. Out., Sept. ing to the country without a policy, to today the fourth of the great demon-! place before the people. They cried strations which have welcomed Kirn j scandal, scandal, scandal, and had he commenced his .Ontario' never framed a single charge against Sir Wilfrid Laurier struck a the government or any member of the administration. Dealing with the contention that tour. deeper and broader note than any he had previously sounded." His speech, eloquent as for a very i the government had abandoned its large part devoted to the work which pledges particularly with reference has been accomplished, during the I to the preservation of land for set- past twelve years toward the- rais- J tiers.. Sir Wilfrid effectively contrast- ing of the Dominion of Canada to the j ed the policy of Sir John Macdon- diguity of a place among the nations aid's administration with that of the of the world and for an hour he was j present government. He also drew listened to with great -attention. The gathering, was a remarkable a striking picture of some of the achievements of his government in From Perth's and the matter of transportation and de- velopment of trade of the country. "Our he said, "has been'to one. Unices, came crowds of electors, hard headed Liberals of a charac- ter, who are not carried off their feet nave every possible and due consid- bv momentary enthusiasm, but who Cation for our rights as Canadians once convinced of the justice of their I and' POS8Jble and due conaid- cause, will fight for it to the end. The faith of the men in the honesty essary as medical evidence Sir Wilfrid Laurier's government nounced that the wound over the j and theh. enthusiasm for the Liberal eye had nothing i ward's death. to do with Ed- Bank Manager Mayor Of Calgary cause could moment. Fully thre drawn from not bo doubted for a W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property G. F. HARRIS Barrister. Advocate, Notary Public Calgary, Sept. Rowley, local mamurer of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, is being urged by a number of prominent business men to be a candidate for mayor, n'ben the Albertan reporter called upon Mr. Rowley yesterday, Mr. Rowley had no dcfini'tv answer to give to his intentions. "Will you asked the reporter "i cannot say just replied Mr. Rowley. Mr. Rowley admitted that he had been asked by a number of people probably sixty or more, to stand. Tie believed that the time had come for the business men to assert them- selves and get n business man at the head of municipal affairs. He was not anxious to run, in fact he would prefer not to be a candidate. Two Gould Sons Sued For Divorce Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every sec- ond and fourth Mondays in tho month; Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- j wr an counsel to compel Mr. ment; would do well to communicate with us. IICEERT NEVIN, Chi-f. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. 13-lyr thousand, people were the various ridings to which Clinton forms a convenient. centre, and stood in front of the grand stand in the recreation park for over two hours in order to hear the ad- dresses of the Premier and Hon. Geo. P. Graham, in spite of a withering heat and threatened down pour of rain. Fortunately a 1 though heavy clouds marked the sky and a few drops of rain came down, the rain held off. The Premier dismissed with scorn the attacks of the opposition. The campaign he described as the most extraordinary lie had ever Unown for they had the sorry spectacle of seeing the Conservative party appeal- eration of our duties and obligations as British subjects. "Our policy has been imperial un- ity based on local autonomy. This is the principle I commend to my fellow countrymen." Sir Wilfrid said the Liberals came into twelve years ago upon a policy of conciliation. The" work of confederation was based upon that policy, making a nation out of all the different elements which had been gathered upon the soil of Canada. In Ontario and Quebec and other provinces it was natural that, the re- sults should be in different grooves of thought and therefore a policy of conciliation could be operative only if each gave way a little. He was proud to say that policy had been successful. Of the success of the policy they had an example at the Quebec Tercentenary inhere French Pincher Creek, Sept. ev- ening two arrests were elected by the Mounted Police in the matter of the attempt to crack the Pincher Creek Mill and Elevator Co.'s safe. During the afternoon information was brought in to the effect that two men had boon seen to arrive at a disused' rhack some, miles east of town dur- ing the early morning, coming from the direction of Pincher Creek; The Mounted "Police members went out and finding them in the building des- cribed brought them in. One of them was at once recognized by Inspector Belcher as a' criminal who is well known to the police all over Western Canada. He has several alliases. His present one is Petter but he is far better known as .Jas. McQuillan. Hft has servett several terms, among them one for sevea years for burglary at Portage la Prairie, Man., and one of two yeiirs for robbing the post office at Olds, Alta. There is as yet no direct evidence to connect either of them with the mill episode but the police have ev- ery reason to suspect them. Poth men were sent to Madeod on a vag'- raticy charge for a month and in the meantime the police are working up their ease. TRY WM, OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of m Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do aot send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook-. Help to build up Lethbricige and a local industry by patronizing Olivers Planing-and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Bound and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 REFUSE TO ASK In the C. P. R Macfiinists Strike Mr. lemieux's Statement Montreal, Sept. special de- spatch from Ottawa to the Star today says: When Hon. R. Lemieux, min- ister c-( labor, arrived in Ottawa this his attention was called to a report from Toronto that the rail- way brotherhood has refused to re- quest the government to intervene ;n the machinists strike. Mr. Lem- ionx expressed the opinion that in view of the failure to reach a set- tlement undbr the Industrial Dis- putes Investigation Act that there is not much more to be done. He further expresses, as his per- sonal opinion that if the strikers would go back to work uncondition- ally they would receive every con- sideration from Sir Thomas S'haugh- aessy and Mr. McNicoll. He had as- surances to that effect. Proceeding Mr. Lemieux said that no otie regrets the situation more than himself but nothing ever could be done under the circumstances un- til public opinion reaches the point where'compulsory arbitration will accepted by both capital and labor. The Witness says tonight that al- together since the strike' started the P. R. has engaged on the whole system upwards of three thousand five hundred men among these about 600 strikers. Yesterday completed the seventh week of the strike and it is estimated that the men who' v.-ent out have lost over in wages. FREE PRESS And Prairie Farmer W'inrT HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal Weekly Free PreSS and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Herald "Sunny Alberta's Best-' THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WHICH jtEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF .iTX CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these class Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy periodjand out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern .Canada. Perhaps no one news-paper could with complete satisfaction to ail'these' classes but. by this combination cITer every'special need is .met The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record vj2ek by weelc of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has'special departments for American and British settlers. .The Fam- ily Herald "arid Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion "of the Dominion in detaiWd form and the Herald provides the local' Western news, which yot Bannot do without. UETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed for which send me Weekly Free Press and Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Leth- bridge Herald, for one year each. and English had foundation of the side. celebrated country, -side the bv THE USUAL TACTICS New York. Sept. Kather- inc Gould, who is suing 'ED Gould for divorce1, today appliet through fifiunsi'l lu Justice Goigor- (Macleod Chronicle.) as to Hr. Herron being the representative of the settler, it can hardly be said he was the rcprescn- tativc.- of the settlers, when not many years ago. he as manager of the Stewart Ranche company drove poor settlers off the land leased by the Company, and ._at one time went so far as to tear down a settler's house so as to compel him to move ofT the company's lease. Probably honest John will explain his chango of front j It is only o. few years ago since hon- j cst John was credited with saying i BISHOP CARMICHAEL DEAD Montreal, Sept.. Right Rev. Jas. CarmichaeL. Lord Bishop of the Anglican church, Montreal, is dead. j that we were getting too many Am- ericans in this country, and also with Perfection Fanning Mills Guaranteed to remove ail noxious weeds from wheat and oats, barley, flax, grasc seed, etc. L. H. FOWLER CO., Gould to pay her a year ali- mony and for her counsel fees. After a hearing the Justice ad- journed tho argument unjjl October 1st. Immediately following the tem- porary disposition of the case, the of Helen Kelly Gould against i Frank J. Gould for absolute divorce i was called before the same Justic tho sMiiie courtroom. The case was briof, the court merely fixing the for Octcbor 2nd. Halifax, N. S.. Sept. the Trades and Labor Cangress t'xlay, Quebec was chosen the next plnct? of meeting. LINIMENT saying that, some ;v. to shoulder rides to defend ourselves .against some of the classes who coining from the United States. Here is one of the most shameless and contemptible lies that was ever DANDRTJFF. BACK. TO KINGSTON Kingston, Ont., S-'pt. B..t- uvry R. C. H. A., which lias spent the last two years returns 10 Tote Dn, Pont barracks hero this afternoon for permanent residence. CURES the repairs lo artillery park and bar- racks A Child Can Prepare Jell-O THE DAINTY DESSERT Simply Add Boiling Water, Cool and Serve All grocers sell it 10 CENTS Pert PACKAGE penned by any man. The Miner, Coleman, says, referring to the Glen- garry Ranche company, of which Mr. Macdonalcl is manager. "The same company has bought, and has the, right to hundreds of acres from the Government at the rate of Sl.ijO per acre." The man who wrote this sentence knew ho was tell- ing a falsehood, and hr> told it and printed it with the dishonest pur- pose of misleading the readers of the paper, and prejudicing them Mr. Macdonald. The land owned by the Glengarry Ranch company is part of the land grant of six thousand four hundred per milo given by thn old Con- vc ton and Calgary Railway Company. Messrs. ifctCcnzie and Mann who were railroad contractors and' built thf Calgary and Edmonton railway ab- out eighteen years ago, took part of construction price in land, and the Conservative Government of j time allowed them to locate the land in onf; solid block, -nd Uutt Is what forms the Glengarry ranche today. The Liberal Government never sold these people an a cm of la at, ny price, and the above statement is false, very false, and made with a. dishonest' purpose. Jf there is any human dc-cency or honesty in A. C. Kemmis. Mr. Lyons and Mr Pougall. whose names have been published by the Miner as being its push, or in holiest. John Jlerrnn, whom tile pa- ncr supports, the above falsehoods will be retracted at the earliest pos- sible date. POOR PROPHETS (Winnipeg Free Press.) In 1900 the Conservatives would not concede a single one of the sev- enteen Western constituencies to the Liberals; yet there was a tidy Liberal majority west of the Lakes. In 1S04 Robliri and Rogers boasted weeks bo- fore elo-ction of the coming sweep. They were going to carry all ten seats in Manitoba and have a majority in the Territories and British Columbia. They succeeded in carrying only six out of the twenty-seven seats. Today we are having the same futile, silly gasconade about sweeping the Grits off the face- of the earth and so forth. No one is decoivLd thereby. It is .-is certain as anything can be in politics that tru: West will give a substantial Liberal majority, and it is pi" bubU: that there will be a Lib- eral majority in every one of the four western Provinces. NO CHANCE TO WIN (Phoenix, B.C. The "first guns" in the Dominion election campaign have been fired in practically all of the provinces, the battle is on and politicians will now cut loose for the next weeks. Al- though the Liberals have a big ma- jority in the House at present and -ire confident of a renewed lease in office, tV Conservatives are in great figM- ;fig humor and will make a strong effort to gain the nans 'of power. V. hile the Opposition will undoubted- ly greatly lessen the Government'? majority, still it will, probably require htore than the ammunition at prcs- cnt at the dispo of the fve party to lace the rf Yale-C will be of one of the warmest contest, ir the Domini n. COMING WEST Kingston, Sept., W. S. Conger, of" the Eastern Ontario command is to be attached to the Winnipeg command. Major Mack of Ottawa takes his place. BENNETT AGAIN Orit., Sept, H. Ben- nett, of Midland, was nominated by East Simcoe Conservatives todav. A clever popular Cs.ndy Oold Cure 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. Nn Quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening. Box Sold by J. J. It'a a pity when sick ones drug the stom.ich or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys That is all wrong! A weak- Stomach, means weak Stomach nerv- es, always. And this is also tru of the Heart and Kidneys. The weak nerves are instead crying out for help. This explains why Dr. ShoopV Restorative is promptly helping Stomach, Heart and Kidney ailments. The Restorative readies out for actual cause of these ailm failing "inside Anyway test the Restorative 43 hours. It won't cure so soon as that but you will surely know that help is com- ing. Sold bv J. J. Johnston. WE EXCEL IN PRINTING 1 When Particular Printing Place Your Work With The Herald Job Department Business men and others have every reason to patronize the Herald, where experience taught them that, the nost in the art can be product-el here, effec- tively and promptly. If yon arc not a. patron of the Herald -Jol) Department, let us on your next work. W. JORDAN; Superintendent Phone 106 ;