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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tbe ftoor by a who kow to bmke. MODEL: MLRiKQUYQ we are enterprisinf and, lutellif men awl that we will t question boat a patriotic, as well as a aelfiah utandpoint. Thore dan ger that may consider'that it does not matter whether this or thai eta didate u elected, the Government will be el. eted anyway. Now., let me point out to you that a fvernment strength only as the people five it to them, that the government it strong if it has a large majority ao the candidate strong in like manner it Now the Liberal Government has been able to do great things in Can- ada, during the past twelve It has been able to carry out a carefu policy of development which has re- sulted' as ail' good Canadians desire thai ii reacli. Let me point out to ou. that it was not possible (or Liberal government or any other gov ermuont to do this without the en donation of a large majority of thi people of the country, that if you want a good government you mus have a strong government. There no good government that is a weak government. It is imposible for our representative institutions withou the support of the people to carry ou progresive and beneficial policy, an splendid; the floor in excellent condition, while a supper hard to "beat was-prcrtded by Mine Host Hen- denon, of the King- Edward. Those who were on. Main, street about' 8.38 last night witnessed an incident' which created quite, 'a little excitement. The races had attracted ou Cralvauized mud Painted tiona.. fiL-renlVf wou before buying elsewhere We have jnst placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding i s'tock JUKI'S wsmm Office and STtKis Telephone 153 FW195 HAVE BUYERS FOR 2 Houses and Lots 6 Inside Lots'on Water Main 1 North Ward Lot 2 North Ward Lots (cheap) Parties having any of the above Property and wishing a Quick Sale do well to list with me G. C. Macdonald Soon S WMtMj Mod never-made, a present of land to- any. man ,in nor have.we un- dertaken to do' ne- cessary to dfil with the question of the disposition of formerly reserved odd numbered sections throughout the.country. You that in 1881 the Conservative Government made a grant to the- CrP.Bv.'pf Jand to promote the building- of the rail- road, reserving, all odd-numbesed seer tions in the three provinces, for the purpose of b'-ing handad--oveT way opeTiitions. -oi the railway, :road.: ,A grant was made to ot acresi and the same handed over to them. .Today; these lands; are b: ing. disposed of-by..? the Railway Co. This idffr.the remainder of the odd numbered sections undis- posed of. The Liberal Government after taking office, made no. diepoei tion of odd numbered-sections to an fwardedj thle Opposition from. Win nipeg, money corpprauone.' read a retolyiion, ,paaserqtest against, the of this bill, pn_ the. stkggestioa of, this esolution'the Opposition did-prevent he paasagc of. the bill, during the hole, session. T am .just, introducing hese facts to show, you- that the Lib- ral party is. not. afraid., to lock horns moneyr corporations. In apiie of opposition .of-the Conser- vative party the bill was brought for- ward" fegain, but in order to. secure its passage- it was. necessary, to make certain amendments, .and if there, is anyj fault'to be found with the bill as it is-it'is due to the unholy al- liance between the Conservative party nd the' money corporations. We stand to our" policy in regard to the opening of these- lands. These lands are for; settlement, and there is no man in this city, or in this' province who has money enough to, go into the land office anil'buy a quarter sec- tion. ihaoV a (American- silver coins of all values, jfrom a nickel to dollar. .His-gener- disposition enabled 'all who came liis-way-to.have a chance'of securing frintt 3Hr ot HOUSEHOLD Pay for them one fourth down, balance monl The present prices will soon be advanced. The owner has given us the present prices only for. a limited time. If you are interested in property here you cannot afford to pass this up. Price to Each Don't overlook the fact too that the park question is now settled and that the city must go south. t me of- the alluring array of his wealth> All thai -waa "riag" the ccina, with a little ooden x ring! Ar friend of- the gen- emaa's was. close at- and he announced -rto all and sundry haUhe was willing'.- to diatribute Ms urplus wealth- to out citUensv His FARMER. KILLED. Belleville, Ont., Oct. 2.--WiUiam Young, of Carlaw, brpke..hisAneck io day by falling, off a. scaffold.. Peat wfla. instaataneous. REAL: ESTATE- BARGAINS Frank Waddington has been instructed by Q. RYIC, remove to his rooms 416> Bound arid -sell by private cheme was- by ol what as. a fish pond, and the dium ofr. the- fates deciding.-who hould.poueu the lucre was a finny of the, deep.. Unfortunately himseUr there: one occasion wheni benevolent gentleman was lot willing J the dictates.'...of his own sucker or of the suck- ;rs on the outside, which' so incensed ;he latter that they, promptly "piled in" and clearjr up both joints. There scramble a f tei the money, :aiid- not content -with; ihat the crowd; pursued the men them-, selves, and finding one in-hiding re- lieved him of a wad of S56 which on his person. There is some talk of legal proceedings over thei matter.; A number- of Indiana were in. for the races, and a few. of them; were discovered to -be intoxicated; on Thurs- day morning. Investigation resulted ia the arrest of a Chinaman named Jim Lee known local char: acter who answers to the name, of "Old Abe." The Celestial wai as- sessed and coats, while Abe will be a guest at the.kacleod guardroom for the next four months. issalc, a-quantity superior including Solid' English Oak Bedroom Suites, Oak; Chairs, Oak- Hall.SUnd, Mahogany Occasional Chairs, Draw- ing-room Lamp, Rugs, Stair Oak Easy Chairs, Beds, Mattresses, etc. ROOMS OPEN FOR SALE FROM TILL e; A splendid opportunity for aiJjrtJue wishing. goods.; to secure' really highclasa ADAMSOH COMMITTED. Toronto, Oct. Adamson, ex-solicitor of taxes, waa; committed for trial today on a charge of theft from the city. PHONE 197 ITH STILL- WHITNEY BLOCK 1-H: Lota, Block-A; Hig- inbotham.Addition, corner an4- Torraace, for- ..................S4St- Loi-7, Block- 8, cor. of MtBMW aad Bail- ey St. >.x. rrom North Ward- School -Loi 3; Block' A, with: 5 roosaed-'house L betwcco Smith and'Bound L 8ts; only half mile from i. postofAee- ..........S4SM r- Lot-on Weatnun- X mUe from i- Central I into. 10 full Riaed- ..........tMSt hilf: of Lot 4, Block 7; cor. of Mc- k betk and Baiter 9U.. for t in Block 15 t- Addition, mile horn t- postoflce. This Block fac- t PS on Crabb St., each T. C. PATTtSON Oliver Taber, Oct, the 3Wh day; of Skeptember the stork brought to the home of Mr. B: W. daugh- ter. Mother and child are doing well, and the father is able to' be around. Mr. Francis Bcillyi proprietor: of the Star poolroom, is extending his building another 30 feet, com- pleted it will be 2ta90 feet. This new apace will be occupied by-three ad- ditional tables. The front will be re- modelled and specially arranged- lorj a tonaorial parlor, tobacco and cigars. I Henaer and are i the work, j "Jack" Bishop and wife, who have upon their -homestead in I sec. 4, tp. 9, R. 17, the paat summer, paid They 5 intend moving, to town for the winter, j A. jwvfTft north wind, accompanied with rain, struck Taber about 2 a.m. J ind continued throughout' the day. i Ml outside work was practically: .bandoncd, although the trmperaturc ct 38 deg. Fahr. The heAlth report shows a decided decrease in sickness compared with the month of August. During. Sep- tember there were five deaths, 3 of summer complaint; 1 infant at birth, iixl 1 of paralysis. The births of Au- gust end September were It, 9 fe- males and 3 ingles. tanfieids Women fits perfectly .because each garment U made to fit an individual type of figure. After it b finished and goes to the laundry for its final washing, each garment is tested on models ringing from 2a to 50 inch bust rneasure- itivnv. determined accurately. And the size as marked is exact, and sttys so, because Stanfield's tinder- wear can't shrink nor stretch. Yaw dealer will Ekely hare at MM IfMt, be CM twaa fcr yoa. 153 H.S. ;