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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adorns annouActs to his old friends �nd customers h� has opened a , I Gsnaral Lmnbsi' Business On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.rt House OR. P. W. TULLER i^HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDQE OflJt*-Ott Dlofk. Hours-It :U0 to 19:00 noon; 3;00 lo ^:lMJ p. m.; 7:3 ) to 8:30 p. m. T�i|iboiie-OffliM (18. He>i'tFni� ifi'J Honest Administration DR. G. G. CRA6G PHYSICIAN AKD^ SURQEON Oflicc orw RifflatioihAni's Drug Stor* Pkeae Qfflc* 198. Houm 94. OfflM houni-9 to 11 a.iB.. 1.80 to 4.89,, 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office--Redpath St. cor. Burdatt. Hours-Before 9 ft.m., 2-3 p.m., 1-8 p. m. Saiulays-2.30 to 8.80 [I. �i. Telephone 41. Give Him a Call. W.$.GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGlil) I'HVSIUIAN, SUIIGEON ACCOUCHEB Office-Bnrdette St. Plione 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-a, 7-8 p.m GOOD OOVIiUNMEXT COiNl''JDKXCI BICGETS "A government that haft liecn in pijwer eleven years, and Is stronger in its personnel, ami more deeply rooted in the confidence o( the public after the expiration of such a term must have gained its enviable posi -lion by an unbroken tine oj plfMlges fnUhfully k^ept. T gov Phis is the position of the Liberal i^^ ,2-^ vorninent to-day. When the nftairs ^^^^ ,^,,t ,j iMtrution, but. since th�� t^licralNCaine Into power in no single year since 1896 have the levenucs clecreased, but have always increased until the total, revenues have grown from 987-839,778 in 1896-7 to 880,139,360 in 1005-6. A niost ci'editable and sat-isfactorj- circumstance. TAXATION REDtrCED. It has been falsely alleged that the Liberals have, increased ta.xation, whereas the fact is that tlic rate of taxation has been lowered. In 1890 8238,4�7.432, in �a�o,ooo,ooo. of the country, which for years prov- i,^^ ^^^^,1 increase represented by A. W. McVittie Doiuiaion Liuitl Siirvej'or Will devote hia eiiitro time dnriiiK tha Buimiier to iiiyiti^ out uew townvitea. Uoiitract piiucd on upplieutioii. iOrOffice fit tlie Coaldale Hotul, LetlibridKe. Synopsis of the^ Grazing Regulations for tile Provinces of Sasliatcliewan|nd Aiberta. Grazing leases of Dotuinion Landg | unauitabla for agricultural purposes ; may be securW in that portion of i ttie Province of All)erta, lying South j f the Xortheru boundary of Town- ; �kip 38 and in the Southwestern por-MoB oX the Trovince of Saskatcb-wan. - .^jeasee shall be for a pttriod not, Koefeding 21 years, and no leaseshail ever a greater area than 100,OOa | �raa. Lands leased are not subjtiot | a hoHMiStead entry or sale, but thu | Mlniater of thd Interior may cancel ^  le�aehold, or any portion thereof | byglvinj; the less�e two yeara' notice. The rental chargeable is two ^�ta per, ficra per annum. A lease *annot. i^e granted an applicant un-leee he-owns one head of cattle 'or 8ve head of sheep for evei'j' 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall In-weaae his stock so as to be in pus-Maion at the end of thive'years of ne head of cattle or five head of aiwep tor every 20 acres leased, and �ball maintain stock in this propor-tioa during the continuance of tbu Hum. Sheep-grusing ia pern�partment of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COHY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. N. U.-Unauthorized publica-tlon of 4bia advertisement will not be paid l..r. Drs. DcVebcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeon* Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 144. lira. McCliire St Stewart SUKOEON DENTIST!* Officie-J. D. Higiubotlrani's new blocli. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. W. C. SIxMMONS AdA-ooate, Barrister, Etc. OKFlCilJ, - - SOUTH.^KD BLOCK iously hud been so mismanaged b.v the ConsjrvB'tivbs, that business was at a standstill, emigration had practically ceasc'd, and the population for .some cnuso, never .satisfactorily e*' plained, vns dwindling, or at the ivinuiinlng stationary, the Lib-rials woix! called upon to o^lminister ;ihe nflairs of the country. - X � HONEST AIWIIN'ISTIIATIOV EP jg^,, FECTIVE. 189tt 1897 I'nvious to 1806 n numlwr of scan- Uggg dtilnus triinsficlionH ho'd Iwcn unearth f^ggg cd and e.xposeil to light. It had lieeii 1900 found that |>iibiic money had hcch. jg^j^ si|uniKlcred without n^lecpiate return. j9o38,.'>9� r,0.6� ............26a,956,398 50.66 ...... ...... 206;27�,446 .'.0..'iO ...... ...... 206,493.806 4�.8J� ............ 2rt8i,480,003 49..-,9 ............. 871,829,089 4e interesting proof of this:- 1896-Total exports of CONTROL. I Canada ........ ........8113,000,000 To-da.v-Total exports of Canada Offii-e-Oliver Block, up-staira. _ _^______ HAMIITON & VOUNenefittff Sir Wilfrid Laur ier is keenly sensible of Canada's great western heritage, with its vast natural resources, its inexhaustible vitality, its.greiit wheat areas, iti' tfcming acres of gra/.ing lands, the industrial and commercial genius of its enterprising and aggressive people. The government is mindfiii of I these consi4lcrations ami in the furtherance of its dut.v to the people of the West, the government realizes its 'duty, and aftpreciates that these peo-ijilo .should not l>y failure on it.s |>art il)c compelled to fall short of iS-ali -zution to the fullest po.ssiblu extent of their ol>vio\is destin.y. I distress [ireviously nimunded, deficits were turned into surpluses, the business of the. country l)ecamu vitalised,, industrial afinirs provided work jfOi- the artisan nnd laborer, and Hiyinbothain Blocii, Ltethbridge , peace and contentment succeedwl di:s- for consumption ..... Total trAde of Canada 290,000,000 575,000,000 r. T. 5REWER Funeral Director and Ernbalmer LETHBBIDGE. ALPERTA W. SHAW, Painter St Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & CoTi Windowpiianie, the modern translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Leth bridge Hotel. B.C. MOORC Tunnral Director and Ernbalmer General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploagbed, your yards cleaned up, sellara dug, or any gther teaming Joiie, SEE US, or phone 201, or .Irop a poat card in the office. ;^our order will receiveour prompt attention. CO Ah inuat be paid for .�)n delivery. Residence and stable east of the barraoks. Jm WU. TAYLOU, Lethbridge SAW MONEY NOW - - Office-Next to Prest>'terlan Church. Ottlee Phone 103. Iteaidenoe 136. Ltfthbridgti. Lodge ^o. 9. i.o.^:jo^o.f. satisfaction and unrest. ECONOMIC. HONEST TUATION. .\DMINIS- Such rosulls could only he achieved During, the {last decade l^ance's trade -has increaiied 21 per cent the United Kingdom 26 per cent., Argentine Republic 30 JM>r rent, Italy 2i Iier cent, ITnlted States 47 per cent, Cape Colonies 43 |icr rent, Japan 97 per cent, and Canada 100 per cent. The imim>nse �xi>ansion of thctrade of Japan during the past ten years SEAPOHT FOR NOHTH WEST. j I It is a principle of political economy that the legitinintc deihnnee^ the wonder of, the nations, and tolligent public policy, wisely ndmiu- yet Canada .has surpassed Japan in CANADA'S DIVEIISIFIED NI'.KHS islored. That the fieople of Canada jlhe .same periose two occasions are matters of |^ar tariilT legislation has a lienring on the growth anil progrt>ss of the l-.istory. DIG SinPl.rS EACH YEAR. The Liliornis during their first year country, always has lieen, and always will be, a subjettt lor differences of opinion. Rut so far as we may admit that a tariff policy of a The Dominion is of great extent, ami th(f iuH.� �ny effect on its deficit of �ot9.981, but by the next j l�':�8re�8 ��d prosper.ty, I think all vear all this had changed, and from W'�>^'rankly acknowledge that the il8�� to date, the LilK^ral adminis - tariff oM897 has been  Men. In oddfeucw. Hall �ver.� Frid., ! ,ation of public afiairs has insulted cess"*" one. Our idea, Mid Mr. Field evening at �.nil o'clock. VUllIng Orelhrtu �r� ' '---- ----- -------- - ilv;a*a welcome. C. V. Bennett, E.V, Dooley, N.e. Hat:. Me 1 Mu tell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will be elliug at I20U in a mouth's time. Good Farming Land for sale �]�). W. F. RUSSELL Rwl B8tat� Aneui Tabor. Alta The Best of Candy Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. rpr 25c. AT KEAN'S ^ Opposite P, O.  'Phone 98 Ico Cream on Order. �V^'ILLOW BRANCH REBBKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meet. In rd.irclluivH' Hall e erir ecend and fourlU 'riiiir�da.v. VlBlior. alway. weicmr. Mrs. J. Stafford, Annie Davies N. O. Rec. Dec. in the following sunstantinl surpluses: Court Star of Letiibridgc. No. 8095 A. o. F. Meet. UI aud Urd Monday. Ill each month a: I u. ni., In uddr.-llow. Hall, Kound SI. Vi.ltliiK brelh-ten cordUIlT w, Icoiiie. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. 1897-8 ...... 1898-9 ..... 1899-1900 1900-1 ..... 1901-2 ..... i 1902-3 ..... 1903-4 ..... 1901-5 ..... 1190.5-6 ..... I9ility, nota slavish adhcrance to every item in. the tariff, but we have lx>en desirous that 8 054,714 1*''r impression-should gif abroatlthui r,,j,|g;}33'the government were not willing to 7 291 398 changjSH hastily, that the.vwere 14'345,106 '"Vhcr slow, to do anything in that 15!o56i984 ***** ""'y when a case Itocanie 7 863 089 extreme urgoncy would wo undor-f^OS 719 jtnke to make changes. In 'the second 15500 000 ''''^''^'on of the tariff its stabilit.vwas ' ' kept in mind." 893,218,864 Synopsis Of Canadian Nortli-West. HOMESTEAD REOULATIONS. ANV ��en niimbereil .rctlon o Oomliilon Laid* In Manlluha, Si.ltaicbrwau and Alberta eiicii uf the land In each year fur three yeart. i. If Oie fHibert'ir iroiher, I'r the falbrrt. ilerea.uJ') uf the home leader r> atiiea iipnu a faun In the vicinity of the land eiilered fur tb*-rei|iiliei.ieiila a. lo re.ldence may be .ati.Ued by viicb purnnu lenldlUK wUh Ihe ral.her or i> other. '�. II li.e �eltlcr haHhIiieiinaneni rialdenct upon faimInK land owned by bun liilbe ficlu-liy of hi. huinualead, the re^lllrell4eul. a. tu I'l-aldeiice may. be .alUded by rebldeiice npon the .aid land. Nix nionh.' notice In wrlling abnuld be (Iven to Ihe OcjMiiiii.>iluiier uf lluinllilun Land* al Ottawa of luicnduii to apply for paleiit, w. w. ooav. t*eputr of the MInl.ier of ib� Interior. This sat isfnctor.v comlieion of af-'fairs can onl.\- be �ccountci-ience growing days will be api>aront. The things done now will Ijojir fruit in the iil-iiro, and for that reason tho Liboial governmont, strong in the possession of the (loople's coniidenco, will continue to administer public alTairs letpiitabl.v wisely and most important 'of all, Mbnestly following' upon ihy i-ocord of the past eleven years, the best Canada over knew. If material advancement imjf he �l"*^^'^'�nt coupled with an invitation guaged by revenue, surely this itcrni*" ^ther nation^!, that if tho.v desire to enter into negotiation with Can ada they may secure the advantages of tlie intermodiato tariff by giving TEST OF GOOD ADMINISTRATION. While the revenues have increawd WANTI'-n, AT t)NCE .\ diiiinii-rooin R'irl, nnd a chnm bonnnid. Apply Arlington Hotel. .MINTAKDS LlNiaiENT USED BV PHYSICIANS. in the economic affairs of the Dominion deserves attention, showing as it docs the immense increase since tho fJliernls assumed office. In the .years rompon.snting ndvnninges. 1889-90 the revenue was $39,879,- ' " 925 undei' a Conservative govern  inent. It fell to 836,618,590 in 189.">-6, also iintler a Conservative governmont. What happened sincethe ^ Lihernls assumed control in 1890'.' jtho responsibilities of the government From that date lo Ihe present the enlarged. With greater rev- rovenue of Canada was as follows: [enues came greater burdens, inseparable from a last growing country. .......837,829,778 Th�j government has not been un- ...... 40,5ii5,3;�8 j mindful of this fact. 46,741,249 ; In order that Canadians may reup ....... 51,089,094 ytlie greatest benefit from, the inator - ...... 52,514,701 ,ial advancement nn Office, Yanls and Factory-Corner Round and Bomiwa Streets J * Teleplione 153 ' ^1 n B E E r D : Burns & Co. No. nOO Round St. Limited Telephone 91. PorK Mutton Poultry Butter and Eggs Fish B E E r A. EASTON-& CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. AN OLD TIMER mm THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQtJOKS AND CIGAKS IN A l W� NEW STAND i<� Just drop into my uew quarters and con'/inca yonr- . ? self that I am up-to-dute. .' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. '.  GEO. HOUK ;