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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY PHONE 15 PROMPT DELIVERY Ready-to-wear Skirts Panama cloth, in black and nnvy, trimmed with wide military br.iid. cut lifter latent Now York stylo*, soils regularly at $1M.(M1 but our t urilny advertising price is ...... $11.1)0 Voiles Skirts in hlnok nn.l w>\y In latest stylos, sells every il.iv lit Sl-i. S|ieriul for Saturday j.i'y . J#l!i."0 1 {it-It Broadcloth WnlkPij Skirts it; ii,t\y and Muck triinm-'d .viih t'.,,,i-hridge. in a store o! My'.;. nn I all sizes. This is one of the grc.itojit skirl bargains offered the ladies of L'thhrtdgc. Soils regularly at $13.-': . nt-urduy special ........................ -Oc. 4 Dogs Windsor Tabic Salt. Saturday....................... a n.s. REMEMBER THE P' ACE M. BANKS & CO. The New General Sicre WHITNEY BLOCK :-: LETHBRIDGE I. ma Land Grants for that, there hod boon any scandalous corruption, was entirely erroneous, Western Settlers|nml "m1, �n ^w contrary, nn> deals ' called corrupt, were good deals-deals in the int rests of tho country. The aspersions east in the pamphlet (Correspondence io the Oloho.) The hollowtiess of the campaign of *'" l'"hlie men anil ministers con-slander which Conservative s|>eu!�ors '"onied were neither well-founded nor headed by Mr. Horden, have boon so wor-thy of utU-nuue by any public actively prosecuting of late, partic- ; "m" liavltut resivet for the truth, ulnrl.v in reward to the la.nd policy ' S|�o.iking of the Helens Irrigation of th0 Government, was effectively ex scheme, which was located near Med-posetl by Hon. Sydney Fisher, Minis- ivilH' ,livt- 1,1 commented on the fact tor of Agriculture, *ivt a mooting of ,,1�t- Ihough Mr. Borden bail, like his constituents held in the Town Mr- Amos, been saying that all sorts Hall in Mnnsoliville. Quo. Pointing "f tji'"�* had been don,, in the North out that the loader of the Opposi- w,'st- ,"' visited Medicine lint, lion In his western 'tour had bevn !-"-niK'o to say. ho n'.er mentioned car.-fiil to refrain from saying any- "ic, Robins ii-rgnti n scheme. There (hinit about certain so-colled corrupt wll,,''> Hie poodle knew the farUs of land deals at (he phuos particularly "lp lu' ' uuV-ted, though full of the subject anything. At Saskatoon Mr. Horden elsewhere, Mr. Fisher contrasted the metvtion the Saskatchewan policy of the Liberal government ilu- . Vnlloy Ian.I deil, h.cnise the people ring the. past clown years vvithHh.a 'kl,,'vv 1,11 t!u' circumstances so of tho preceding Conservative adm:n Wo" th,M if '"lacked the (!o- ii-lration, an Conservn.t ives thirty mil-| Before tho l.iber ils came info office i lions of acres, th?y hn(l obtained not (be Tnrv tiovvrnmont in power gave la single acre from the Liberals, end to different i-iilrond rnmpanitM soine-l.vvt the mileage of railway built or thimr like thirty millions of acres of | contracted for during the pa *t el uii- n'"1 S I'.ilf million acres of land, try. and contrasted it with tho state Silll-o �,u* M'�>''al government had of things that i-\is-led during the r,,,,li' ol'',lV t,u>>' ha*1 Kranloil i Conservative regime prior to lH'.KI. �w" m'llion cores of land to various Rut looking to the financinl Hurry cert-orations, including tho South Aland disturbance in the linited State:-- ,M'rt'> ''""ipany r.ivi.r-.Hi. and the Sas he wished to utter u word of warning katchewan Company '2.V),00l> and p.irtculnrly to young men. That Uu'v '>�ople who w.-re not si-1tiers and 8.."no.OHO acres only to settlers. No gr nl of land had been made to any railway company by the Liberal (�overninont since they had been in office, though they had of courso luvn ob'igod to fulfill obligitions entered into by the Conservative government which preceded them. - 1 HOW RAILROADS llKNKKITI'.I) ' The Tories n.ight say, "Hut we bui't railroads." They did. but what wore tho conditions? The Conservatives grantinl thirty millions of iu-m to the railway companies, and I us a ri-sult .'VIHS miles of railway I were built. The Lilvral government had not granted a single acre to the railway companies, but during the last eleven years, tinder their admin Istrut'on. 4.WIS miles of railroad had either been built or placed under con tract. A grout deal of the lands in the Northwest won* an incubus to tho |ieople through the possibility ever present of tne ruilwnys claiming them in virtue of their grants. Thww grants practically locked up the whole of the fertile licit of the North 4 west in tho odd-numl>ered sections. The ev en-nuniliered sections for home stund were also to a large extent locked up, lvciui.se men did not wont to go on to a homestead wht-n they might be on land belonging to i- i.nl wuy grant running around them, . nd held for twenty yeurs by the railway company for an increase of value and frvo from taxntion while the home-stoader wus struggling against the burden of municipal taxation. How many times have you unconsciously shouldered the blame 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 oven must be scientifically constructed to center the heat to a given point, and to regulate that heat to the temperature of proper cooking. The Original Majestic is today without a pser in stovedom 1� Alberta Hardware Plumbing and Heating Co. Successors to Brodie & Stafford and Hick & Wakclcy BOWVILLE. AKTKR TMK ORAFT The Medicina Hat Times says: "The Com*, rvntivc Convention, A Oreitt (f-.itliering of Graft-Fighters in Ijothhridgt!-.Medicine Hat l'romin-ont." Now. a l!oo/.e-figbtcr" is a man who go.N after "booze" and hits it hard by taking great big doses. Dot-H the Medicin-a Hat Times use the word "Oraft-liglHer'' in the w�rkinij.'' since then. Mime sonsc? Thin is meivly an inter Noriuun Green hai rogation.-Raymond Rustler. Mr. Andrew Ottisoti is proud owner of a team Wight of Carmen Clay. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hums huve moved onto Ntito Bower's ranch f�>r the winter. Mrs. Burns left Tuesday for Minnesota, where she will visit friend* and relations. '". \V. Thompson is upaiii on his hoiiMSteud. Mr. Miles Parks and Mr. Arinel Williams lmvo pulled in their threshing rifts for this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lane left Sut-urdny for I'eoria. 111. All the Bowville bojs are at home again from threshiing. Mrs. l'eteison has added dry-poods and shoes to her stock in the store. Mrs. Robert Burns has gone to Minnesota to visit friends uml relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ottol hnve moved onto Ferlig's upper ranch for the winter. This last cold spell has innde the coal miners hustle. It has been impossible for them to keep enough coal on hand. Mrs. Mubel McBroom and Gertrude Ilaney are upuin at home after their fall work on Armol William's cook cur. A very pleasant evening was spent by the young folks at Reynolds' hist Friday, the chief amusement being dancing. | A. T. Root is liauliing lumber from l.othbriiigo with which he intends to build a hull. The hall will be 20 feet by CO feet. Mr. John Wold is doing the carpenter work. Peter Bradley was hurt while on horseback. His horse fell with him anil us Pete struck the ground his horse rolled on him. No bones were brok'-n but he has been laid up from Civic Matters are Discussed Ijist Friday- night the l-nbor l'nion Hall was crowiied to the doors .with ratepayers noxious to hear civic mat ters discussed. (Jeorge Perry, president of the Tradi-s anil Ijttbor Council, under whose auspice* the meel-i ing was held, was in the chair. The various members of the council and the candidates prevent, and one or two others-, aildi-.-swed the meeting at considerable length. The s|>eakcrs .were W. C. Ives, Aid. Bowman. Win. Henderson, C. F. Hnr ris. Mayor (ialbruith. .1ns. Atdicroft, Aid. Cunningham. I. M Pierce, Aid. Oliver. Thos. McNobb. TIk- crowd showed great interest in all the speeches, and inimeroiiH questions were asked the dilfvrout s|>cak-ers. Canadian Pacific AN'Kl'AIi EXCURSIONS LOST On ltompas Street, west of the Barracks, a dark Sable Fur. Finder will please leave at this.olnce. d2t>p wantici) A good sound horse, nhjmit 1250 pounds. Apply fin-pin Furniture Co. to U.S. POINTS Low Round Trip. Rates to St. Paul and - Minneapolis, Mine.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun. cil ltlulTs, I)cs .Moines, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha. Neb., Kansas City aind St. Joseph, Mo. Tickets on Sale I>�ily. Wv'C. 1st to .'list INCLUSIVE, good to return within throe month* Apply to nenrcst C.P.Hy. agont lor d.31 information LOST Between Hon lei t Street South and the Oliver Block, a ladies gold watch Reward for nturn to the Herald Office. IIAND-BAO LOST. Between Bowvillo and Links � Wednesday, Oct. 1�, containing not*� and bills of about $150, and silver watch. Reward of $10.00 will be offered for its recovery, tf. Helnui relcrson NKW KMPIRF) TVPKWRITKU FOR SALFi The Liberals of Alberta are placing their candidates for the Federal election in the field, lit Siralhcona Dr. .Mclntyrn, who hns made such a l>ril-llunt start in tha House of Commons in his first session there has lx>on n>-nominntod. Calgary LibL-rals have reiiewe�l their confidence in Dr. Stewart, who was dofeutwl in IV0-1 by M. S. McCarthy and have again made him their choice. In Miicleod, there is a mowmnt u-foot to nominate O. K. Iliiilli-e of Pin cber Cruok to oppose .lohn Ilerrou, M.P., Dr. Warnock wus concvnlod the nominiitioii but owing to a turn in his privato uffairs that will necessitate his being out of the country for tho greater part of the next year, ho lias droi(pud out and Mr. Baillle will probably bo the choice. purchased a new top eurriage. Anon Hondo, Tlimnas Sauby and Kdwiti Reynolds have returned from Dakota with enra. Bowville welcomes them buck. L. B. Cry has moved into Ripley Bros", ranch lor the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Uolun are again on their homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Fred House have moved into Cliironholm for the winter. Roll and Wright have opened up u new coal mine in Wolfe Coulee. W. R. Lindstiy, from Claresholin, passed through llowville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Moss huve moved to Lethbridge. Fred Hulks wus thrown out of a wagon, while going through a coulee on the road to Lethbridge and broke his right arm between the wrist, tiiul the elbow. FOR SALF, OR TRADH 1 bay mare, drives singW' or double Will sell or trade for h�\ivy horse with the remainder in cash Apply T. (1. Shirley. dl2 Never I>con used. First class machine. Will bo sold at a snap for quick sale. Apply 1'. O. Box 135. FOR SAL 10 Two paid up shares in tho Ltrth-britlgo Woollen Mills Co. $100 par value for TjOc. on the dollar. Apply C. S. Borup U'thbridge. d!2 Halvor Houde and son Foster left A druggist, cun obtain an imitation Tuesday Jor Fergus Falls, Minn. of MINARD's LIXIMKNT from ft Toronto housv ut a very low prico, und have it labellel his own product This greasy imitation is the poorest oiw wo have yet s�en of the mu< ny that every Tom, Dick uud Hurry "olda. where the latter will be treated for appendicitis. Robert Reynolds arrived in Lethbridge from Dakota. John Kosi arrived later with a car for Mr. Rev- hus. .tried to introduce. Ask for MINARD'S und you got it. will Harvey Wilsoon left last week for a few-weeks' visit in Denver, Colo. A. Leonard, from Kolispel, Mont., visited with Henry Terriuult this week. A married man says that it Isn't tho Jaws of death that worry him but the jaws of lifo. Six curs of wheat were from Cay ley lust wvok. shippod rooms WANTKD Two Rooms, furnished or unfiirntsh ed, by young married couple. Apply Box F., Herald Office. <12o for salk Citizens-Attention! A Public Meeting WILL BE HRLD IN THE Labor Union Hall FRIDAY, Dec. 6 AT 8 P.M. ALL MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES ARE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT Meeting Open for othurs to Speak God Save the King Two Itaiiter Chairs, nearly new, and two double plalod mirrors, 40 inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply to Frank Thomas, Hoselton's Uarbor Shop, I*thhridgo. dl7 TO RENT A Now Seven-Room Brick House oj� Round St. Rent thirty dollars a month. Apply 15. W. limy. FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Box 345, Lothhrldgo. Apply to WANTKD A Genoral Servant for housowork. Good vjigos to tho right person. Apply D. McAllister', Box 480, Lethbridge. '' t.f. to rknt. A seven roomed house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to H. EVKELLEY. Lothbridge. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unable to go on with It. Apply-toBox O, Herald office ;