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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDOE, ALSERTA. WCDNtSDAY, DECEMBER I, I MM Canada's Greatest Success in L md-Mored Garments Fit-Reform has won its big success under the most direct .comprxiixu with garments ma'ie by the eading meichant tailors. Men, who watile-J the best garments that could b? ruacle, tried both, and are now wearinr; Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the greatest possible value for his money, should make the same comparison. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Roosevelt's Last Message To U. S. Congress {Continued From Front Page) .blacklisting und boycotting in every which the law throws over property. The demand WHS made that thviv should be trial by jury iti contempt cases, thereby most seri- ously impairing the authority of the courts. All this represented a course of policy, which, if carried out, would in'- wheels of jiutice stopped. A move- ment of this kind can ultimately re- .-nit in nothing but damage to those in whose benefit it is nominally un- Tm- power "of injunction eijlliiilblf which sliould on no account be destroyed. riaft-jfuardn sliould be erected ajiainnt its ubibse. I believe that j some Hucli provisions as those I vociited a year ago for checking the abuse of the issuance of temporary injunctions should be adopted. In substance, provision should be made that no injunction or temporary re- straining order issue otherwise than On nutiee, except where irreparable injury would otherwise result, and in jjuch cases u hearing on tho merits of the order should be held within, a fixed period, mid if not then continued after hearing, it should forthwith lapse. Decisions should be recorded immediately, and the chance of delay minimized in every way. "Moreover, I believe, that the pro- cedure should be sharply defined and the judge required minutely to state the particulars, both of his action and of reasons therefor, so thut Con- gross can, if it desires, examine und investigate the same. Conservation of Natural Resources, j "If there is any one duty which i more than another, we owe it to our; children, and our children's children I to perform at once, it is to save the foivstn nf this country, for they con- i slit ute tSie Jirst and most important j Clement in ihe eouwvation of the resources of tho country, j There sire, of course, two kinds of j nut lira! resources. One is the kind j which can only be usr-d as part of a j process of exhaustion. This is true j of mines, natural oil and gas wolls! ami tiie like. The other, and oi' course, ultimately by far the most important, includes the resources; which can be improved in the pro- j cvssof wise use; the soil, the foresLs come uiiuer ibis head-i Color, Flavor, Fragrance itre the strong jxrints of s UREi TEAV GUARANTEED Assoturav PURE cMAMUfACTJfiCCQMT CARDBIS IN JWIJL Hd Market Place When you have uythiBf to or to reii place it ii this coteau. If you waat aaytkkf tue tiili cotau, 25c iuertiei 6 iiserticu for Si SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE W DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet I Dec. 17, a young girl to look after children and to assist in house work. Apply between II a. in. and '2 p.m. to Mrs. H. D. William- son, lu-xt to Immigration Rail. 05-6 WANTED Practical bookkeeper. Good position for capable party. Ap- ply Box A., Herald Officv. 305-0 room girl. Oxford Cafe. Apply 302-6 Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lelhbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. SYNOPSII OF COAL MINING REQ ULATiONl Coal unniui rifbta ot the Domimou in Manitoba, Sfcekfttchewiu, the Yuitou Territory, tiie Territories and Britub Columbia, may oe ior a term ot twenty-one at aouua) reuUl of 51 ac acre. Not more than acres will be to one applicant. in form, icgnlizing, for instance, those torms of the secondary boycott which tne 5Jitm5ciiG 'COB! stnks coiuiuissioii so c 'iidemneu, while the i ijiht to cany on a business was ex- plicitly -tiiken out from under that mean tho enthronement of class privi- lege, in..its wildest and most brut-si! form, and the destruction, of one of tliy most osssiitia.1 functions "of thp juilic'isiiy. in- all "Tin- violence of. the crusade for tins iU complete fnil- illustrate two truths, which it is essential uur people should Irani. In the (inM place, they ought to teach" the wnrkinguuin, the laborer, the wage worker, that bj' demandinjr'what is improper and impossible he plays into lilt- hands of his foes. 8uch a crude and vicious attack upon the courts, even if it were temporarily successful. would inevitably H the end cau.se a violent reaction, _ and would bind the great- mass of citizens together, forcing them to stand by all judges, competent aud incompe- alike, rather than "to see the tent I a TOOKE'S "Barrister" OUR LETTER BOX i IN. COMES IN 2. "AND 2 FCS Z5c. ALSO( IN IRON FRAME "ADDISON a FOR soc. TOOKEBROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS CF 8H1RT3, COLLARS, TitS, VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 4 British Colonial Photographic Co, Ciimerclal ftQ'.qnpbers iul Bsaiers in Supjiiies Rooms 1 and I ONfeilois' Block Cor, loutil aid lufferifl Arc you Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE: GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. AH work finished inside of 3 days TONIGHT'S PUBLIC MEETING Editor Allow mo to extend a cordial invi- tation to all intending Candidates for th-j Municipal Elections to be held iifxt Monday to at.tewl the puhlic -minting1 to be held in the Oliver this, fvening-at 8.30 under the auspices of the Lethbridge Trades Labor Council. Every facility will be given candidates and electors to expound their views on. civic matters. The meeting is the outcome of a i requisition signed by all sections of I the electors and not merely by union i I trust every elector who can will' be also' present ami by hearing ;all the to select the' strongest men from the aspirants in order to have as efilcieht a Coun- cil as passible to carry ont the im- portant work of 19011. j YOUTH truly, W. TUCKWELL, Sec. of L. T. and L. "Ally really civilized nation so use all of those three great na- tional assets that the nation will Have their bpru'fit in the future. All seri- ous students oi the question are aware of tin- great rlnmnge Hint has ht-ijn. done to tho Mediterranean coun- tries of Europe, Asia ami Africa by deforestation.. What has thus hap pened in Northern China, what lias happpned in... Central Asia... in Pales- tine, in North Africa, in parts of the Mediterranean' countries of Eu- rope, will surely happen in our coun- try if we do not exercise that wise forethought which should bV one of the chief marks of any people call- ijayll civilized. Nothing should i b? permitted to stand in the way of preservation of forests, and it. -is -criminal to .permit individuals to purchase a little gain for themselves through the (iiistruction of forests when tliis destruction is fatal to the well-being of the whole country in the future. Inland Waters. "Action should be begun forthwith during the present session of the Congress for the improvement of our inland waterways, action which wili Skate ON THE NEW RINK SEASON TICKETS S5.OO ADMISSION 7Ocand 25c Cor. Bompas Bartlett Sts. Riuk will W open every afternoon while weather is suitable, from 2 to 5 MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OfflGE F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment No charge to employer. Application for lettae muai be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district iu which the up piied for are situated. territory ihe Lwr be described by or U gal of sections, aud IB uuEurveyed territory the tract appl: ed for shall be btaked out. Kach application oauet be accoiu general serv- j by a fee of which will i ant to go to Frank, llta. Railway fare if the rights applied for art land high wages paid. Apply to Mrs. j mjt but not otherwise. 1 LMcNicol, IliO, Bompas St., City. 300-6Jroyalty gha11 be paid on the mer" clmutable output of the mine at tht rate of five cents per loo. oi coal mining which are not being operated shall furuieh the district Agect of Donai.i- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will iiicluJe the coal imumg only, but the may be permitted to purchase wbatevei surface rights may be con- general servant. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 Dufferin Sl- 299-6 A delivery man who the town and is a good rustler Apply at 2td Ior trade; steady position. Hemld Office. f smart young fellow to I take orders and assist generally j permanent job for right man. Ap- i for the W0rkio8 ply at Herald Office. 2td lhfc mmti at the rate ol acre" BOARD AND ROOM WANTED .iui, A Young iady, board W room. Private house preferred. Ap- Box M. M., Herald office. 301-6 I SITUATIONS WANTED i __..._ _ i SITUATION WANTED, as bluck- i 1G years experience in rail- work. Win. Moifat, Lethbridge r. 0., Alia. 300-6 MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 14 8 P.M. room with heat and convenience wanted by own with references. and wife near station. Address D. F... i Box 180 City. 303-6 __ position as bookkeeper or clerk, by experienced young man, Appiy Box J, Her- ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition- S20, down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 iicf or window clean- ing. Apply J. Haven, caretaker La- bor Hall. LAND FOK SALE b'or full information Application should .be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or auy Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Unauthorized publication this advertisement will not be first-rate tion, for sale cheap. Herald Office. FOR SALE OR six acres of land 4 miles from the city, with buildings. Vviii seii or Apply Box city lots ar acreage, or 303-6 j payment for house and _____________lot. Apply W. L. Wilson, 50 Argyle con.U- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOR furniture and furnishings of 7-roomed all modern cottage. Furniture nearly new; IP mostly of Mission design of best i grade and is in excellent condition. House in desirable locality, now un- RE HOSPITAL FUND your issues of the and 8th inst. you impress me as having "run up against' 'a mixio- logist of modern type and gotten the worst of it. If cheque mailed by me to tho above fund, is the item, to which you referred on the 7th and corrected to read K. G. Hagell, 10.00. on the 8th. I might remind you that ;ny name is not F. G. Hazel! nor E. G. Hngell. but yours most.truly result in giving u< not only ble but navigated rivers. We have spent hundreds of millions of dol lars upon these waterways, yet the traffic on nearly nil of them is steadi- ly 'declining. This condition is the direct result of the absence of any 'coiiinrfhensive and far-seeing plan of waterway improvement. The plnn which promises the best and quick- est results is that of a permanent commission, authorized to co-ordinate the- work of all the Government de- partments relating to waterways, to frame and supervise tho execution of a comprehensive plan. "The time for playing with our waterways is past. The country de- mands results. Postal Savings Banks. "I ngain renew my recommenda- tion for postal .savings banks for de- positing savings with the security of the Government behind them. Tho object is fo encourage thrift, and economy in the wage-earner and per- son of moderate means." Some Tricks in MAGIC Also Illustrations.in Mesmerism I By G. W. H. REED der lease, may bi. rented. Box 100, Herald Office.. Ave., city. ishone 169. 304-6 FINE LEVEL SECTION OF LAND ADJOINING railroad ju'iction town and where Minneapo- lis, and Edmonton capital- Your last chance the Truthful tonight. to see "Under at the Eureka Laughable Farce entitled t The Doctor's Uproariously Funny __ In the Parish Hall of St. Augustin's MONDAY tVENING t 8 O'CLOCK ADMITTANCE 25c HOUSE FOR RENT TO nine roomed house on Wallworth. St., North Apply have purchased 3GO acres and 303-3 to build up a splendid town. Quick sale price an acre. Simp here. Address H. L. Graham, Grandvie.w, Iowa, U.S.A. 303-3 John T. Melvor, office. Lethbridge, Post- 302-6 TO roomed furn- FOR SALE OR bluck of land, 80 3-10 ft. on McNabb St., and 124 ft. on McKay St.; a good business site; will exchange the same for 3 or 4 [rood horses; what have you ished. Apply 020 Uurdett St. 05-0 j to H. Byer, east of the Mc- Right Bros.' dairy, first house east of AUTO FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILE FOR sec- ond hand 5 passenger 20-horse power automobile in splendid running or- der for sale at a bargain. This is a genuine bargain for cash. Less than half price. Laing Vrootmm, Ott Block. 304-6 LOST AND FOUND between ten and halt past eleven Thursday night between Immigration hall and the city mar- kat. Finder kindly leave at Herald office and receive reward. 302-6 Chamber Bros.' dairy, North Ward. 29S-6 4 LOTS in North Ward, X from Westminster School, Apply Box 7, Herald Office. 303-6 1 HAVE 15 lots, beautifully situated Any person who is the sole hsstd J u family, or any male over 18 years may homestead a quarter-section o' available Domimou laud in Mani U-bu, Saskatchewan or Alberta, i'hfc applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Suu Agency for the district. Entry proxy may be made at any on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or old ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation oi the land in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his hotnt- atead on a farm of at least 80 aolely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt H quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 53.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six yea's from date of west of Westminster Road; I will sell entry (Deluding the time required to I __ 1____.____i'_J __i__ Ak _ J _ __i en bloc for Herald Office. Apply Box 6, 303-G Don't miss hearing what Mr. That- has to say about our beautiful city. Over worth of DIAMONDS Rings, Pins, Lockets, etc. Just in Today HOBSON THE CREAM OF THE KOOTENAY REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliv.-r Block. Plione 237. I! i! No better investment can be made than in a 10 Acre Fruit Farm in the locality in British Columbia. This property is unexcelled any- where and is fast being taken np. Tf interested write SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done apply at Police Station. 299-26 Tenders SEALED TENDERS ior the erec- tion of a school house at Bow Island, Alta., size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12 ft. ceiling, will be received at Bow Is- land Post Office up to 12 o'clock, noon. Dec. I0th, 1008. Specifications and conditions may be seen at the above office. Tho lowest or any close tender not. necessarily accepted! (J. W. Hopkins. Chairman. S03-12 VETERAN Scrip bought and sold highest market prices given. T. E Oliver Block. FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 ROOMS TO RENT TO Furnished room, suitable for two. Apply to Mrs. noar Bartle.tt-Fisher St. R. Adam. 302-6 urn patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted hi.s homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead iu certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. COEY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.lt. -Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. TO room; modern conveniences. Apply 710 Bonipns St. 304-2 TO unfurnished rooms io rent. Apply 50 Anryle Ave. Tele-j plume ISO. 305-GJ t Coal, Ice and DRAYING 2 LOTS MeKlLLOP KHisi.ii Mill. ADDN., NEAR CAN'T DRIVE ACROSS. NiaL'ar.i Fall-. Oai., Doc. prevent the spread into Canada oftlv 3 LOTS OX WESTMINSTER CLOSE foot and diwasc< vehicu1ar to fechooi. traffic been completely snspend- j-------------__--------------------------------. between tho. two cities. ll ACRE LOT C'ORXER OF McBETH ,____________________________________ A DOUBLE front room to rent; mod-j cm conveniences: suitable, two! Apply 314 Cutibll St.' BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR restaurant in the j city. Would like to sell at once. Good rea.-on for disposal. For full partic-! ulavs. apply A. B.. Herald Office. 03-01 We stern Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE: es t JViilfV St.. from scliool. C. ROSS TATE Stafford Block ScHSBD? NELSON, B.C, or Inter I, letfttritfgs J 6 HOOMKI) HOI'SK OX TORPAXCKj Ave., ?I2iXX and per; month until p.iid for ?loj per month. i SNAP FOR 5 Days 3 Lots, each, Glyn Street, Water, and Electric Light G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Bik. w I -c n---j- Ddlin Ul UdlldUd HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Trofits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Oefartmeut LetHhndge Branch: Coaldale Block, Rcdpath St. 4 4 I TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transter Co. JLJraying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cash on delivery. J. S. ftiips A. L Pattern Phone 10 Office in Nelson Cow's Store I V 4 ;