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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBHIDGE, TUESDAY, MAY IMt. Tor FLOORS TABLES CHAIRS OIL CLOTHS AND ALL INTERIOR WOODWORK; It brint out the Mbnl By mint lie Cmad color Hiodxxne CH be on old vaftctt- Flows hwd CwpteDt Get Sttisfictiott. BELL'S Original H LAND FOR SETTLEMENT Will Be a Big Rush to Idaho, Wash- ington and Montana. Spokane, Wash.. May mil- lion acres of agricultural lands in Idaho, Washington and Montana and acres of irrigated land? on res- ervations in the last two states will j be thrown open to settlement by the government this year, cultivation these lands When under will support In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO CITY GOVERNMENT MISSION BY COM- (Great Falls Tribune) It is a rather remarkable and alto- gether encouraging fact that since the state of Texas began to grant special charters to cities providing for gov- ernment by the commission plan. In addition, private projects adding approximately 000 acres to the -irrigated areas in Washington. Idaho, Montana arid Or- egon, will be started this and next- year to be completed and in opera- tion before the c-ose of 1911. These reclaimed areas will afford homes for j persons, as irrigated land is i supposed to be capable of supporting one person to every two acres. i It is officially announced that three reservations in Wellington. Idaho I and Montana will be opened the mid- jdle of August. They are: The Flat- j head reserve in Montana, there has been a constantly growing acres: the Colville reserve, in east- interest in the succes? of the plan in the five largest cities of the state where it has been adopted, and this j them Idaho. acres. It i? giv- has resulted in a great influx of vis-1 en out that the registration period itors who are interested enough in the j will begin the second week in July fxperiirient to come and see for them- j in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, If vou live out of town write ns era Washington, and the Coeus d'Alt-lie" reserve in nor- GLEN CAMPBELL TALKS AGAIN Mother Gave Her Child Away. Had Given up all Hope of Living. Heart Trouble was Cured by Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills- Mrs. Andrew Savoy, G rattan's, N.B., the year 190S I was taken tick and did DOC think I could live any length of time. My trouble was with my heart and people told me that nothing could be done for a case like mine. I consulted the very best doctors but they could do no For seven weeks I could hardly cross the floor. I had DO pain, but was so ireak nobody in the world can believe how I felt. I Lad given up all hopes of living and had given my little girl to my sister- in-law. One day friend came TO see me, cud calling me by name, said, Lizzie, if I irere you I would try a dose of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as tney are good for heart trouble.' My husband got me a box, but for two days I wag not feeling any better, Ottawa, May the Commons 'morning the insurance bill was taken up and the debate on conten- tious clauses regarding fifteen per cent, tax on cost of insurance in licensed companies, occupied the time until one o'clock adjournment. On the question of privilege Glen Campbell, member for Dauphin, re- iterated charge made by the Mani- toba Free Tress that he had 'brought to end his political life. The charge j against him was that he had acknowledged having bribed some: in a department of the govern- ment, but any one who made that statement did so under the gravest misapprehension. The only thing i that could be contorted into such a charge was that in discussing affairs of the Interior Department he had stated that things had got to such a stage that in matter of home- steads and many other legal rights and franchises there was a holdup and these matters had to be negotiated through an intermediary. He had stated that he know of a case him- self, Brown and Beldingfield. who were stockmeai of twenty years' ex- perience. They for years ap- plied for their grazing rights under the law, but had unable to get them until thev had found some KMT selves its working. Recently a joint land Missouia and Kalispel. Mom., committee of the house and senate j where the drawings will take place of the state of Illinois went to see and j thirty days after the first name reg- report. An idea of what impression j istered. Many of these homesteads they gained may be had from this j 160 acres each are said to be worth j passage of their j 5100 an acre. Tne fortunate ones and "In every city we visited we lound i will get them ior a small traction or the almost unanimous sentiment of j that amount. the citizens favoring the commission1 government land in the irri- forni of government. The enthusiasm crated districts costs the settler only for it is hardly describable. Extrem-j the fee for entry, provided the home- ists have gone so far as to favor the j steader resides on it and otherwise abolition of the- legislature of Texas.. complies with the provisions of the and substitute therefor a commission! ]aw> jie w-jy have to pay .from of five to govern the state. Without j to an acre for -water rights. This ed that it cost him What he said about Premier Scott, of Sas- katchewan, he would stand by. He then proceeded to read from the Moose .Jaw News nn article publish- When You Buy Fruit Lands Do you buy them for a Summer Home, or do you buy them to make you a liome 12 months in the year niid have an income from them? If you do, you surely will buy in the CRESTON DISTRICT where the train runs every day in the year and located at the door of the market. can pick fruit up till twelve o'clock noon and you have this for breakfast next to 60 hours nearer than any other point. NOW is the time to buy for land is going to advance. For Full Particulars write to Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd, Creston, B.C. doubt there has been a marked im- provement in the conduct of affairs is paid to the government in ten an- nual installments, the price depend- but on the fourth day my husband said, 'I j tesrity of their public officials and in believe thoae pills are yoa I efficiencv of the commission form was able to aay, Yet, I rsel a good deal better this morning.' He said, Well, I will get you another box right away.' I took two boxes and three doses out of the third one, and I was perfectly -well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be without them hi my for God knows if it had Dot been for Mil- barn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not have been all-re now." Price 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for at all dealers or mafled direct on receipt of price by The T. Milboru Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat. of the cities. Able, fearless, progres- ingr Up0n the cost of building, oper- siye and conscientious men are in j maintaining the reclama- charge of public affairs. Under the j tion plant on the land under the stimulus of great municipal improve j