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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBRIDGE "DAILY HERALD Friday. June f Men's Black an SATURDAY Shoe Bargains 3 Special Bargains 3 Men's Boots Gun Metal Calf and Vici Kid Boots, d Tan, newest lasts, all sizes. Regular and pair. Saturday Special Womens Oxfords Odd lots in Womens Oxfords at less than Half Price. These include Tans and Blacks, lace and button, sizes 2 1-2 to 5. Regular prices and Saturday Special Childrens Shoes Childrens Tan and Black Oxfords and Slippers in Gu'fi Metal and Vici Kid, sizes .8 to 12. Reg. and pr. Saturday Special 1 amesj. Hill in Notable Speech Dilates on Com- mercial Greatness Out Phone 1512 HUFNER The Shoeman and cheap grains, i not occurred "The throwins open of the reserve to farmers in The viciuitr thertvot means a greater develorme.il of mix- ed farming than many -have thought said one '-of -Ihe best- Known 'lanlieTa tn Southern Alberta, n man who, bscauee of his prominence and bis association with large cattle Interests, did not his name lo some tben that their racrt es- sential need is pasturage. Thtre are scores ot them who can ill afford to put their lands Into pasture, and who require Additional land If they did .go into-raising livestock on any very extensive scale- Noto tte re- serve not opens up to Uiera this poBsibhity, but it provides for what they need the most, a summer pas- ture. While the present lessees carrying their stock on "the reserve and are requiring, It is eald, from tea to twenty acres ptT head, with Ibe runalng of the live- s'leck of the mixed farmers only dur Ing the aiimmer time It ftOyld be poi siblc to carry a much larger numbe of stock, for it Kould In most case be rtraoved in the wlaler time, wintered at home on the farms hard to be made of the Unas, I e., by fencing. The part that Is to be u for summer pas lure only, could then be pasturediofI close, .bat it woule well" is to government tbe Indians." 'jbliciy. jirhere the waste grains would com "It has iorcibb reminded me that [into and the farmer would pre trhlle have been wcudering when [he grain growers would turn attention to a more dlveritfied form of farming and demote their time tnd their energy 10 producing life- thus utilizing their waste them for "Inasmuch as the Indians them selves are csltle on the re serve, and require winter pailure a Tell as summer pasture, 11 IB quit probable that some division wou! Me. Hill's Great Sprecb( Some victories ot was he levnote'o! the ol J. J- liH, the noted -American r L to tht tOiSi, ussts." Mr. Hill said la I probably the last war ever to wear betneee English people, drauini to a close. It was re ilttfilv contested alone tie northern joualiry line ot tbe IciteU Stiles Tte population ol the country 1R10 was almost eiacllr that o! Canada at the pMStBt time Th? revenue at the I'nitfd State during that war rose to more tia ten million dollars per annum. Ther was BO Dominion of Canada, ays, only a lev proricces lhat hi een the "scene and tie prty ol jany of ol lh seventeenth and eitbteeath centime