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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LRtHBSlBat, ALSeRtA, MONDAY, NOVEMBEn 2, IMl Canada's Greatest Sneeess in 9and-Taiiored Gamieiifs Fit-Reform has won its big success under the most direct comparis6n with varments made by the eading merchant tailors. Men, who wanted the best garments that could be made, tried both, and are now wearing Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the ^greatest >ible value for his money, should make the same comparison. possibl 82 Ladies In Politics Hava No Votes, But Hava Power in Britain Color, Flavor, Fragrance urt! tlic strong points of McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. MARRIAGE BAN LIFTED Message from Smyth-Pigott to His  Clapton Followers fniiii tlu' IjiiKriiic'Ml a fi w iniiiulcs be-[oiv 12 o't'lock, it WHS ovirk'nl tliiil tlu'y liad lieanl gliui ticliigs. Ncaily flU till' liidif's \vi>rp smiling. London, Oct. .'JI.-Mi'h. \Vin.�lon Clinioliill lins quickly givim proof tlinl she Ir pr('))nr('(l to disdmrgo the public diiticM tlint (nil to tlin lot of i\v\ wife of ii cnbincl niiniwlcr by opening (i bn/.iuir ill iiid of tlic work of the Hrowiiing Hi'ttlonifnl witb ii neat little spcccli cliarniiiigly delivered. TliiH with her ijrcviouH nppt'arnncn on the platform at Dundee and Manchester ranks hor among the women orators of the Liberal party. MiR. Lloyorg(> is alfio taking a i)osition in the public eye. She delighted an audience, composed largely of members of the Welsh colony in London, gatheri'd to witness the laying of the foundation stoiK- of a, new eliapel by delivering a si)eech in Welsh. "iNo Welsh pi ople nra napj^y unless they have a Welsh chajiel near them," she observed. Lady Crewe, Mrs. Harcourt, Mrs, Sydney 15u.\lo'.i, and Mrs. Walter Rnncinian arc other Minister'*! wives wlio hnvo- spoken on the jgublic jilat-form." Mr.s. Asquilh, the Premier's wife, is the c(!ntral (igure in a circle of intellectual and brilliant minds. Mrs. Uirrell is greatly interested in the organization of lh',5 Women's Liberal .Association. Lady Carrington tnkcs a prominent part both in jiulitics and society, and Lady Marjory Sin-| cliiir, who was trayied to politics by hiT mother, thi> Countess of Aber-d^en, made her first public ,>�|)Pcch in her .schoolgirl days. London, Oct. 30.-The recent marriage of two young inmates of the "Abode of liOve" at Spaxton-Mr. John Victor llead and Miss May Link -has had a fnr-reaching effect on Agnpemone teaching. It has led Sinyth-Vigott "graciously" to remove the ban on marriage which luis existed hiDu-rto among his followers. Since Sniytli-I'igott's flight to Spaxton the cluu'ch at Clai)ton has bi'on rarely used. But every Sunday evening a meeting-confined strictly to inemliera of the sect-is' held in a huge room underneath the church, where, of course, privacy is assured. Lust Sunday's nie(-tings, however, took l)luco in the morning-a sure indication that the oceasion was a sjiecial one. The meeting had been fix(.'d for eleven o'clock. About half an hour previously a bearded man of solemn mien took up his stand behind a tr(>e near the great iron jtates. It was his duty to scrutinize tlie arrivals, and, being satisfied thiit they belonged to Smyth-l'igott's band, to admit them. He was a careful janitor, and he took the precaution of closing the gates after each arrival. ^ It had been intimated to the faithful by li'tter during the week that someone from the Agapemone at Spaxton would attend to deliver an important message from their leader. So there was a good rally, fully a lunidred ])eoi)le obeying the summons, tlie major portion of them being ladies. Smyth-Pigott had sent a lady as his messenger. She came to remind the fU>ck that "while the ilesh was not in iiaruiony with tin; spirit" marriage had been denied them. But their "beloved" had wrought a great work; he "had redeemed his ])eople" and no longer did the fli'sh war against the spirt. In other words, .she intimated that marriage now might be considered nn honorable state. When the i^^^ple trooped forth Taber Daily Herald Market Piece When you have anything to sell or to rent place it In thifl column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one Insertion 6 Inflerlions for SI RAM LAL'S PURE TEA Tt'8 RICH, CLEAIl COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR liave made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram Lal!s Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. In replying to ads in this column kindly follow instruction stated in the ad. Tin; Herald cannot give any additional infornnition regarding tlu; mailer or the (idverti.'-ier. WANTED Bookkeeper wanted. Must bo experienced. Apply to South  Alberta Lumbi'r Co., corner I'^ord St., and Westminst.'r Road. 272-G Coleman You will be suited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHNSTON cleans and presses your suit. Yfeur suit is guaranteed to suit you. MARn JOHNSTON Behind Balmoral Hotel Phone 275 Goods Called for and Delivered A waitress taurant. WANTED Apply ot Coaldale Kes-272-6 BOY WANTED Position and home for good boy, twelve years of ago to make "himself useful and to go to school. Apply Box I)., Herald Oflice. 260-O The calico dress and basket social under the auspices of the young ladies ot the M.l.A. of the S.D.S. church, took iilace last night and proved to be by far the biggest social eVi'tit of the season. Thfarewell party was given to Mr. Arthur Nilsson, who ,vill leave Tucsiiay for the B.Y.U. Brovo, .Vlso a birthday parly for his brother, lOdgnr Niissou. Theo. Brandley of Stirling, is in town for the priesthood meeting Ibis afternoon Mr. Paris returnde from T,eth-bridpe. afti>r a weokV visit, hist evening. Mrs. Gould and family are in from the ranch for the winter. Mr. Ibey from Cardson, is in town. Mr. Cannon ironi Stirling, is in town today. Mr. McDuffee has turned his iee creani parlor into a stationary and book "department. Mr. McDuffee has just i^eceived u hirgn stock of stationary and books. A grand Ballad Concert will be giv-nx Wednesday, Nov. 4 in the neeting house, * iiim, but assuring the men that they will not he discharged if they vote for Uryan. * * � Hciiuan Bidder, (reasunr of the Denioeratic national cominittrc, bus iiradi' public a new list of the eon-liibulions ri'ceived by th/ cotnrnitfce. Tlie total now amounts to'about $.'iO(l,-| !)00. � � � The suddi'ii eruption of Ihyan and Kern hannein all along Ihnadway, Neiv York, and lo some rxl'nt in 'I'wenty-Tliinl and other side str ets, Ins arcmsed considerable eoiiunent, particularly among busini'ss mm. These banners ;\w of unifurm size, iiri' all strung to jioh'.-; of given lu'ight and the ap)) arane,' and manner of letli'ring'is'the same They I'urport to represent tradi' elub:i which.favor till- I'li'.etion of Di'inoeratio candidates. The New York Tribune says that npt on � of the trade ekibs featured with thesi" flags exists, that fifty of these b;inners were ordered at one time by the D nioeratic national committee from a certain firm, each baiin r, in-eluding its erection, costing $50, and that club names emblazoned on thein wer(> created in beadq^uarterti. !3o fiir thirty of these hanu'Ts have b en unfurled. *   SiMiator Robert M. La Follette, of j Wisconsin, opening a stumping t(nir for Taft in Mount Horeb, Wis., declaring he was for Taft, because he believed th � Republican jiarty was necessary for the priv-perity of the country. * * % Aft r live days in and about Now York, during which time he Addressed ten autlieuces, John W. Kern, Democratic viet^ ])resident nominee, has started for IJtiea and other up-state jKiints before going t ry day this week 74-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head � f a family, or any male over 18 years � Id, may homestead a quarter-section o' available Dominion laud in Mani-tt'ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry oy |>roxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or aid ler of intending homesteader, Duties.--Six months' residence upon .;nd cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his hom�i-stend on n farm of al least 80 act^s solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brotln^r or sister. In certain districtd a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot obtain u pre-emption may take a pur-cliased homestead in certain districts. I'rice $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth $300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. f  FSTAHLISIUCD \mi ; mile from 4c 4( pcLstollice. This Block fae- 4c 4c esonCrabbSt., each $460 41 4C-AII the above on easy terms-4c  * 4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4c4(>4(4(4'4t Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip te CALIFORNIA or any Pacific Coast Point 4c T. E. PATTESON 4i 4c Room 7-Oliver Block * i^4(4ci^4(4c4c4c-4'>t'#t)4'% Or Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago, Boston, a trip to Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Or any European point thought of. This line is equipped with unexcelled first class coaches, tourist and standar.d sleepers, and dining cars, coupled with safety, speed and comfort. For folders and complc-te information apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Agent, Lethbridge. J. E. Proctor, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. NOTICE After the Slst day of October, 1908. all accounts owing to the Lethbridge Electric Co, Ltd., will .be turned over to their solicitor for collection. By Order. 259-10 ;