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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta m SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY PHONE 15 PROMPT DELIVERY R^ady-to-W?ar SRirts ranania clotli, in binck and navy, tiiniiimd with wide military braid, cut, after latest New York styles, sells regiilnrly at $13.00 but our iiit-urday advertising' price is ...... $11.00 Voiles Skirts in black aii.l t;i'vy in latest styles, sells every d.tv nc SJ'i. Si>ecial for Saturday >a'.y . ."^12 55 Uich Broadcloth Walki-i.q' Fkirts Ir; ' Jiavy and black triinninl .vith' t\'iv)-brldjfo, in a score o.' sl.v'.-i. ini I nil sizes, This is one of the greatest .skirt bargains offered the ladies of Tj.'thbridgc. Sells regularly at. S13.-Stl. For Saturday only the price ia .........................................., 10.75 iGroceries E. D. Smith's famous jams in .'.-irs. soils regularly for 25c. and �'O';. ; nt-urduy special.......................... 'Jijc. 4 Ba�s Windsor Table Salt, a ILs., Saturday ............................. Cjc 1 REMEMBER THE P'ACE L M. BANKS & CO. The New General Stcre WHITNEY BLOCK :-: LETHBRIDGE Land Grants for Western Settlers (CorrospoiidttiK-c to the CSlobc.). that there hail been any scandalous corruption, was cutirel.v erroneous, and that', on the contrary, the deals called corrupt. wore good deals- deals in the in'tT;!.�l.s of the country. The n.spersion.s cast in the pamphlet The hollowncsa of the caniintign of ""^ public men and ministors con-slnnder which Conaervalivo siwiiters Trncd were ncitlic-r well-fiiundcMl nor headed by Mi: IJprden, have been so "'orMiy of ultraiue by any public nctivoiy prosocutinjf of Into, parlic-| havina; i-.-.spei-t for the truth, ularly in regard to Itio Uuul policy i le knew the facts of land duals at the places particularly t''" '"Sc. ^" a(Ttr-ted, though full of th� subject an^vthing. AtSusUatoon Jtr. Uorden elsewhere, Mr. Fisher contrasted the ""^ meivlion the Sas'vatchcwan policy of Uic Liberal governmont du-;"^'"^"cy 'and deil, l>.caus.- the people ring the past cleTCn years with>ih.a |'^''3CUlation.und extravagant liv ing. While they in Canada twlay wore on a sound tiaaticial basis, with a sound fiimncittl basis, with a sound inrlustrial system and splendid expansion in both manufacturing and agricultural prfiduction, yet if thi-y imlulgod iti tha .same wild speculation and u.vtravagant living they would suffer just as tlie United �States had. 3o-c.'M'j:.ed land scanbals Procosding to discuss at considerable" long'th Some of the Northwest land transaolions condemned by Mr. Aia:>s. Mr. Fisher declared that the idea convo>-ed in regard to these. 111ii11 i i i 111 n 11 ii i i in i im 11 m i i inni Hi-Hnn i i.H.M.M,|,|,|,H,| Bow Island Latest Townute On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow*s Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. ^. Ol^uist Bow kland, Alta. katchewan Compan.v 250,000 and they had given to settlers in the same period-tliat was during the la.st eleven years-^twent.v million acres of land, as against two millions not given to settlers, while the Conservatives had given 31,.'j00.000 acres to people who were not settlers and 8,o00,000 acres only to settlers. No gr.int of land had been made to any railway company by the Liberal Governirient since they hud been in office, tlioiigh they hatl of courso bwn obliged to fulfill obligiitions entered into b.v tho Conservative government which preceded them."'- how railhoads bknefited The Tories might say, "But we bui't railroads." They did. but what were the condition.s? Tho Conservatives granted thirty millions of acres to the railway companies, and a.s a result 3,918 miles of railwo.y were built. The Lilxjral government had not grantetJ a single acre to tho railway companies, but during the last eleven years, tinder their admin istration, 4.938 miles of railroad had either been built or placed under con tract. A RPeat deal of the lands in the Northwest wrer^ an incubus to Iho iNjople through the possibility over pre.'ient of tne railways claiming them in virtue of their grants. These grants practically locked up the whole^of the fertile l�lt of the North wast in the odd-nunihered 8c>ctions. The even-numbered sections for home stead WTere also to a large extent locked up, Ijccause men did not want to go on to a homestead when they might bo on land belonging to r-. r.iil Way grant running around them, ; nd held for twenty years by the railway compan.y for an increase of value and free from taxation while the homesteader was struggling against the burden of municipal taxation. G�?AT rVlAJESTiC RANGE How many times have you unconsciously shouldered the hlame of soggy cake or bread, tough roasts of beef or fowl, when really the fault was in your stove ? A stove to be reliably perfect must be self>regulating in regard to drafts, and the ov2n must be scientifically constructied to center the heat to a given point, and to regulate that heat to the temperature of proper cooking. Tlic Original Majestic is today wltltiiyt a pser in sMom 1& Alberta Hardware Plumbing and Heating Co. Successors to Brodie ft Stafford and Hick ft Wakeley BOWVILLE. AFTElt THE GUAFT iiitiiiMntMM'inm m111miinnnmih�i11111iiumm11nf Tho Mediciiio Hat Times says: "The r. Mclntyre, who has made such a brilliant start in th-a Houiw of Commons in his first session there has lieon renominated. Calgary Liberals have renewed their conlidenci in Dr. Stewart, who was defeated in IVO-i by M. S. McCarthy and have again made him their choice. In Mttcleod, there is a movemnt a-foot to nominate O. K. BaiHie of Pin tMer Crook to oppose John Herron, M.F., Dr. Warnock was concedrol)ably be the choice. Mr. Andrew Ottison is proud owner of a team bought of Carmen Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Burns have moved onto Nate Bower's ranch for the winter. Mrs. Burns left Tuesday for Minnfota, where she will visit friond.s and relations. C. VV. Thompson is again on his homestead. Mr. Miles Parks and Mr. Armcl Williams have pulled in their threshing rigs for this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lane left Saturday for Peoria, lU. All the Bowville boys are at homo again from threshiing. Mrs. Peterson has added dry-goods and shoes to her stock in the store. Mrs. Robert Burns has gone to Minnesota to visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otto! have moved onto Fertig's upper ranch for the winter. This last cold spell has made the coal miners hustle. It has been, impossible for them to keep enough coal on hand. Mrs. Mabel McBroom and Gertrude Haney are again at home after their fall work on Armul William's cook car. A very pleasant evening was spent by the young folks at Reynolds' last Friday, the chief amusement being dancing. j A. T. Roo*. iS hauliing lumber from Lcthbridge with which he intends to build a hall. The hall will be 20 feet by 00 feet. Mr. John W^ild is doing the carpenter work. Peter Bradley was hurt while on horseback. His horse fell with him and as Pete struck the ground his horse rolled on him. No bones were broken but he has been laid up from workinig' since then. Norman Green has purchased a new top carriage. I -Anon Houde, Thomas Sauby and Edwin Reynolds have returned from Dakota with cars. Bowville wel comes them back. L. B. Cry has moved into Ripley Bros', ranch for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dolan are again on their homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Fred House have moved into Claresholm for the winter. Bell and Wright have opened up a new coa! mine in Wolfe Coulee. W. R. Lindsay, from Claresiiolm, passed through Bowville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Moss have moved to Lethbridgc. Fred Hulks was thrown out of a wagon, while going through a coulee on the road to Lethbridgc and broke his right arm between the wrist, and the elbow. Civic Matters are Discussed Ijist FridOiV nightthe Ijjvbor Union Hall wos crowo, alAut ISftO pounds. Apply Turpin Furrilture Co. LOST Between B�irdett Sti-eet South and the Oliver Block, a Indies gold watch Re\vard (or ivtuin to the Herald Office. FOB SALK OH TItADK 1 bay mure, drives single or double Low Round Trip. Rates to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Miiim.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun. cil BIutTs, Dcs Jloines, Fort Dodge, Oubuquo and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb., Kansas City amd Si. Joseph, Mo. Tickets on Sale Daily. DEC. 1st to 31st INCLUSIVE, good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C.P.Ry. agont for d.31 information HAND-BAG LOST. Between Bowville and Links Wednesday, Oct. 10, containing notm and hills of about $150, and silver watch. Reward ul $10,00 will be offered for its recovery, tf. Hal ma FeteraoB. NKW 4SMPIHE TVPEWRPTEK FOR SALK Never been u.setl. First class machine. Will �>e sold at a snap for quick sale. Apply P. O. Box 135. FOB SAI^E Two paid up shares in Will sell or trade for heavy hor^e]^'""^^ Mills Co with the remainder, in cash. Apply T. G. Shirley. dl2 tho Lwth-$100 par value for 50c. on the dollar. Apply C. S. Borup Ln-thbridge. dia Halvor Houde and son Foster left A druggist can o'btain an imHation Tuesday ior Fergus Falls. Minn., of MlNAilD'S LINIMENT from a ^ '"� Toronto house at tt very low price, appendicitis. , ami have it labcllerl his own pro.luct ��l't-rt Reynolds arrived m lA^th-This gi-oasy imitation is the poor- bridge from Dakota. John Kosi ar-est one wo have yet s�on of the ma- "^ed ^"1*' a car for Mr. Rey ny that ovtry Tom, Dick and Harry "olda. has .tried to introduce. / Ask for MINABDS and you got ii. will Harvey Wilaoon left last week for a few. weeks' visit in Denver, Colo. A. Leonard, from Kalispel. l^ont., visited with Henry Terriault this week. A married man says that it isn't tho Jaws of death that worry him hut the jaws of Ufa. ' Six cars of wheat wcrw. irom Cayley last *-eok. shipped jiooms wanted Two Rooms, furnished or unfurnish od, by youni; married cquple. Apply Box F., Herald Office. d26 FOR SALK Citizens Attention! A Public Meeting WILL BE HBLD IN THE Labor Union Hall Two Barl�er Chairs, nearly new, and two double plated mirrors, 40' inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply to Frank Thomas, Hosolton's Barber Shop, Lcthbridge. ' dl7 TO RENT A New Sovon-Room Brick House Round St. Rent thirty dollars a month. Apply C. W. Gray. FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Box 345, Jjethhridgo. . Apply to WANTED FRIDAY, Dec. 6 AT 8 P.M. ALL MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES ARE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT Meeting Open for others to Speak A General Servant for housework. Good ^vvgos to the right |>crson. Apply D. McAUistor. Box 486, ]>th-brldge. t.f. a(9 TO RENT. A seven-roomed house on Argylt Avenue. Apply to H. B,^KELLEV. Lothbridge. FOR SALE. God Save the King For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unable to \gQ on with it. Apply-toBox O, Bor-jalri nfflca. ;