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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta rage 10 T1T13 LfeTMBKIPflE DAILY HERALD Saturday, II Spring Coulee Farmer Would Like to See Blood Indian Reserve Utilized Editor Lethuridfie Herald; a careful study of the conditions of the Hteod Indian Itcserve it scams that neither the Indian nor the white man are getting the hest results that it is possible to obtain. While it is the duly and undoubted- 1y the intention our government to do nil in ka power to holp the Indian to a higher plane of civilization and I intelligence, to make them mentally, i morally and physically better, i quesUon often comes to tho writer, I is the use now made of the roserve the best for all concerned? It would seem that there IB a hotter of handling the reserve, hotter j for, both the Indian and the white man. A plan that 'would produce a much j larger income to the country, aud provide employment the .Indian, teaching them to labor, to make use of their time, and showing them that they are.helping tho white man, and that hy working together each may obtain profit from the other. Instead of leasing the reserve to I n 011-residents, could it not be used to tnuoh. better advantage, and be made !to produce far more wealth by adopt- ing; plan: JluUe the j reserve -the herding ground for." LUe I entire surrounding- country, make the Indian tho herder, the caretaker of the stock. Under this plan many of tile farm- who no summer range could place their stock on the reserve from j April to November, taking them to their fa nil B after the threshing IB done for ,the 'Winter months, where i the finishing'of the matured animals he done, with profit. to the in- j dividual farmer and the enure coun- j'try. In this way the reserve would pro-! vide summer range for a good many more stock thati are now kept upon 11 It, as it must now provide both suim-j i iner and winter food for ihe. limited number cf stock kept there the entire year. Under this plan every farmer could j become n stock feeder. Consuming i ihe rough feed of the farms now largely wasted, taking care or tho frosted or in any way prainj continually being shipped ovit of the' country ar prices too low for profit. Under this pJan many thousand j mere cattle could he annually finish-! eel ami marketed, finding employment J for hundreds of men, making farm lands more fertile, more productive, and providing stock in sufficient quan- tity to warrant the building ot" ins plants in Lethbridge. The consumers arf in ihe west; make the country produce slock to the limit; the packing house, the tan- nen" and the manufacturer of leather goods follow. The reserve I'oitld'be divided into i several muler ihe direction f of the 'Indian and the Indians i might be-the caretakers of tile stock. Xd person should be allowed 10 '.take stock off the reserve except nt i stared times when ihe slock should j he rounded up for that purpose. The government might provide high i pradt? beef type sires to be kept, en the reserve entire year under the 1 care of ihe Indians, hi ihis way the breeding could be done at the proper time, and ihe country would soon producing uniform stock of the best quality. One of the bt-ef type breeds should be gplecied, ir makes but littlfi difference which :iru] a ti.ved fee charged for each female placed on the reserve. H. A. Spring f'onlee. Alia. UNIONIST PROTECTIVE POLICY mit- Glasgow, Dec. Giving; line 'of the Unionist jironoaul? here yesterday Aiiatc-n ('IwmberlHin said H would tax raw materials wliU -li AstHma. CatarrK WHOOWKC COUGHS SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS ON lo KU descriptive wklimit douing ti thirty- cliilJrcn a B AH.VM. .Send Us pjsta' f ALL OKUGOISTS. Try CRESOI.EN'E AmiSKPTlC THROAT TABLETS f.irlficirritaicJ thrwt. Thcjr.i-i-c tlmplc. Ol'vlwr Vmpo Cresolene Co. i: Dolls .Western 1'iiiiint.i. doll for tho money In H infill ly Indies tall, 1ms joiiitoil arms, mul iH'cli maiU- from nnlnvak- itblp imptM'-marhe. It it; partially dressed ami is similar in fvciy wuy lo Union's Beauty. Our special price S1.E5 Thou we have tho Dandy Kid Char ter Dolls with unbreakable heads ut Also if line of Toddy Bears in hi Si XL'S. RYLANDS CO. WE SELL FOR LESS RYLANDS CO. HOLIDAY GIFTS Never before have we shown Such a variety of Christmas Novelties. The Corner Store is the mecca of Holiday shoppers. Every Department is filled to the overflow with such a surperb collection of giveable gifts that we could hardly describe a tenth of the beautiful gift things. We ask you to co-operate with us in this coming weeks business. Shop early and come in the morning if at all possible. Come expecting to see the finest showing of Holiday Gifts in the city-you'll not be disappointed. Shop Early It will Iw to your Interest as well aa ours to do your shopping curly. Now everything IN In your fnvor, the salespeople have inoro ftlmo to 'show you tho new goods, and tlie variety is Thoso who put off until the last day generally regret having luft their shop- ping until (he last. What do you Intend to do about this matter this Christmas time. Over 100 Net and Silk Waists on Sale for the Next Ten Days Our Christmas stock of Waisls arrived on Saturday. They are undoubtedly the ttnest collection of waists we have ever offer- ed for so little money. The net waists come in Ecru shade only, sizes 34 to 44. Silks are principally fancy Grey, Navy, Brown and .MoSiWline silks, sizes to 40. They, make excellent Christ- inas Gifts and If the sizes arc not right we will exchange them after ihe holiday. Buy your Furs Here and Save the Difference During Christinas week we Intend making an extra showing of high-grade furs. They are all being marked at about one-fourth the regular value. make u special mention of a. Grey Foxaline Muff and Stole at a set. Our stock of -Marmot Throws and Muffs which range in prices from SIS.00 are considered the best value in the city. We also have a line of Children's Nock- lets, which are very moderate in price. Sample Hand Bags and Purses at Reduced Prices Over one hundred high-grade Seal and .Walrus Handbags were ottered to us by an Eastern Manufacturer at one-third off his reg- ular prices. They- are ail leather lined and some of them fitted out with small mirror and powder box. The prices range all the way up to so if you are particularly anxious to secure something right good we would ask you to see this line. Then we are milking a specialty of medium priced bags in all leather at and which are excellent values. The Finest Collection of Xmas Handkerchiefs in the City To make ihe choosing your Christinas Handkerchiefs easier, we IWVR grouped ail the handkerchiefs into lines at 15c, 20c, 25e. 50c, ami upwards. They are all in plain sight. We would call your attention especially to our showing of 20c and 25c. hand- kerchiefs, over one hundred different kinds at 20e alone. We also have a special lot of Men's Irish Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes, six for J1.60. Christmas motto Handkerchiefs at 15c. SOc and 7tic'. Plain Uneu Handkerchiefs, at iOc, 15c. and 25c. lOc, 15c, 20c, 25c up to Sewing Sets, Manicure Sets, Jewel Boxes in Great Variety By buying these goods from us instead of the fancy goods store you save at least one-third. This year we imported all these fancy novelties goods direct from Germany and they are undoubted- ly the finest collection we have ever shown. The Sewing Sets at 75c and arc exceptionally good value. Sets range in price from to while the Jewel Cnses'come in good variety SOc up to 75c, Fancy Comb Sets, Back Combs, Barettes for Xmas The gift that one woman generally gives another is a fancy comb set. AVe are making an extensive showing of the better grade combs, some aro set with high grade brilliauts, while others have solid gold bands. These range in price up to J5.00 a set. For those who desire cheaper comb sets, we have them as low as 75c. 25c, 35c, 75c up to Men's Novelty Neckwear Just in for Christmas Trade With every lion's Fancy Tie we sell during: the holiday trade, we will give a beautifully Holly covered box. The ties are the very newest in the trade and the patterns are exceptionally new. We have a line of Irish Poplin ties at Cnc. In a dozen different colors, they are really worth Then we are showing the new flowing end ties in fancy brocaded silks, niiy tie in the lot would make im acceptable gilt to any man. 35c, SOc, 65c, 7Sc Fancy Scarfs and Knitted Mufflers for Men We have two special lines in Men's Knitted Mufflers that can not be equaled. The colors are Grey, Tan, Black, White and Red, either line is worth one-half more. As the quantity is limited, we would ask you to secure these early. SOc, 75c, Boxes of Braces, Arm Bands and Hose Supporters Every year you have had a chance to buy these combination boxes of Braces, Armbands and Hose Supporters: We have ahvaya shown them but have had great trouble in finding a good quality elastic This year we have secured the famous President Hue and can fully guarantee the wearing quality. Each set is done up In si hsuidsome box. They come in Pink, Hello, and Sky colors. BARGAINS FOR THE WOMEN KNITTED CORSET weight. Ions sleeves; regular 50c; -Special well-known Bias filled make; regular fi> "3C Xcnv.................... MOTOR up to in plain colors extra heavy weight 1 OC special'line of fancy vel- our IOUK extra