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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY LEGISLATURE On January Has PHONE 15 PROMPT DELIVERY Readytowear Skirts Panama ia black and trimmed with military cut after latest New York regularly at f 00 but our siut urday advertising price is Voiles Skirts in black anl in latest every nt Special for Saturday wy Rich Uroaxlcloth Waikrij Skirts c navy and black trimmed with Ox in a score ol mrl This is one of he greatest skirt bargains offered the ladies of JjfthhridgcSells regularly at f J3 For Saturday only the price is Groceries Smiths famous jams in sells regularly for and at urday special 4 Bags Windsor Table Saturday REMEMBER THE Pf ACE BANKS af The New General Store WHITNEY BLOCK LETKBRIDGE Dec third ses of the legislative assembly of Alberta will be opened for the des patch of public business on January The department of the provincial treasurer has just received from the finance department at Ottawa advice instalment of the provin cial subsidy on account of support of government and legislation and local purposes also the per capita subsidy will be paid under the better terms agreement arrived at by the inter provinicial conference held at Ottawa iiii and subsequent ly ratified by the parliaments of Can ada and Great Under the new arrangement the province of Alberta obtains an in crease in the annual subsidy of This increase is paid for local purposes and applies particularly to Alberta and For the support of the government and the legislature and for local purposes the province is paid under the new agree ment the sum of Under Uie Alberta in its first form the pro vince was paid only for the support of the government and the No mention was made of a subvention for local This was the contention won for the province of Alberta Premier Rutherford and Crosa to the interprovincial confer It is noteworthy that the per cap ita subsidy allowed the province is still paid at the rate of 80 cents per head of population of though the according to the cen susof was only At the time the autonomy bills were passed the population of Alberta wab but parliament for the pur poses of the per capita subsidy es timated the population at which advantage the Alberta dele OUR OTTAWA LETTER is in arid the debate on the ad dress in reply to the speech from the throne has been provocative of re some of them expected and pleasant to the and some of them unexpected and disagreeable to the for Peter moved the address and it was his proud privilege to give the House some very interesting facts and in a compre and painstaking j produced for the consideration of the House figures showing how the coun ry had progressed since He inunierated figures which showed that the total trade of Canada in 1896 was an increase in eighteen years under Conservative rule of only He com pared these figures with the returns up to 30th which showed that the total trade for the preceding year amounted to an increase in eleven years of Liberal rule Of Trade With Great With respect to British the increase during the last eighteen years of Conservative rule was Whereas the increase from to during the eleven years of Liberal was Hall pointed out that the increase in trude was still in for the four months ending October compared to the corresponding four months of showed an increase of Trade With Hall alluded to our trade which had developed since 1896 from to in This Mexican trade may be credited tothe action of the present government in encouraging steam ates were able to hold when service between the two coun terms were being The increase dates from the first of July Whcn the or Kid iicy rrerves get then these or gans always Dont drug the nor stimulate the Heart or That is a make Got a prescription known to for trade with Mexico had ex panded from in 1905 to 1 in That it issix times greater than it was two years Immense Cheese The exports of Canadian cheese to Great Britain in 1896 amounted to while in amounted to nearly three times as much as tne exports from Druggists everywhere as Snoop s Holland and the L nited Slates com Hall gave proper credit sac how quickly hnlp will Jrree sample test sent on rcquesrt by Your health is surely worth this by all Sold Ill 1 1 1 ii U I ilii t 1 Latest Townsite On the Market N Bow Island is situated on the Crows Nest line of the 37 miles from and 45 from Medicine in the centre of a rich farming and ranching Coal aad Gas There are already two Gas boring outfits owned by the and the Southern Alberta Land are how in Irriated Lands I I I i V Was It Your FAULT the Cake was Soggy Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Companys Irrigation System being Twentynine lots sold in 3 Choice locations are being snapped SELL n s 10 a sr m Okuist t mj I How many times have you unconsciously shouldered the blame of soggy cake or tough roasts of beef or when really the fault was in your stove A stove to be reliably perfect must be selfregulating in regard to and the oven must be scientifically constructed to center the heat to a given and to regulate that heat to of proper The Original Majestic is The Alberta Hardware Plumbing and Heating Successors to Brodie Stafford and Hiclc to the Agricultural for its fostering care of perishable goods during in vthe way o cold in Railway c V Speaking of the increase in rail way Hall drew a com parison between the miles op erated in 1SSG and miles operated last The freight car ried in 1006 was tons in excess of that carried in and more passengers were car ried in 1WK5 than in In addi tion to tluslthere were tons more carried in the canals of Canada last year than in Alluding to trade with Hall said it was to the credit of the Minister of Finance and the Minister ofMarineand Ffsheries that the bar riers that have so long stood in the way between France and Canada have now been This was a reference to the new treaty with What Caused Hall attributed the enormous growth and continued prosperity of Canada to tho of her great her sound banking stability wise and prudent rapid in creasing trans noriatioM im provements in canals ami deepening of improve ment 01 Lawrence ship improvement in transportation of iperishable said arc some of the causes set in motion iy the which resulted in such general ex pansion of trade and general pros Eloquent Tribute to Before the Hall paid the following eloquent tribute to Sir Wilfrid Laurior His advancing years but bring to him increasing honors more widely entended His service to Canada has been in se curing unity iiitu progress at home and respect His countrys welfare has ever been the guiding star of end and and hence to him the road to fame and to honor has not been so difficult to The figures quoted by Hall will be a revelation to those people who have been deceived by the spe cious arguments of the Conservatives and led to believe that the country was going the demnition bow They will also see the sig nificance of the comparison between the figures of when took and sfter the Lib eral policy had been in operation eleven THE NEW COAL TOWN Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass I 9 fr I 1 m 8 i 4 I w GREAT INDUCEMENTS For all kinds of business t t t CHAPLAIN AT THE PEN 1 w J i pastor of Bethlahem i Methodist church has been ap i pointed chaplain of Stoney Slountain For Further apply to S HAVE YOU SEEN THE DAILY HERALD ;