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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBeRTA, tATURDAY NOVEMBER 7, INI. IVt The World of tabor Libr la, ii finri tanmti "Well done, tliou good and. faith- ful was the appropriate text of a Georgia minister who pre- sided at the funeral of a man who was burned to a crisp. This was one khul of a Now, then, if you want your printing "well and you ask to have the label placed on it. This will not only be a guarantee that the work will be "well but you will also have the assurance of knowing that the printer who did the work received a fair compensa- tion for his labor and :it won't-cost you any more. All the print shops in LethbrMfie will bo only too pleased to the union label ori your printing ;iml guarantee tho job to be well done. And so with every 'other kind of goods. No matter what it is, by per- sistently asking your merchant to stock it, he will eventually handle what you want. The label .'on goods is "a guarantee of good workmanship and fair treatment. Demand it. The Festive season will soon be with us and everybody .and his wife will ba 'looking for something new. Right here let us draw the line and .see that we spend all, tfur money in the city ol Lethbridge and not Bl- inking to the different eastern firms Here is where you earn your mono} and here is where you should spend it. No matter what article you. de- sire to purchase. I am certain that the various firms can supply you with what you require. will waken up and kick themselves i'.i seventeen different places, One outstanding feature "of the presidential election is the fact that never in the history -'of, .the country has organised labor appeared before the people with such a voice of ;anger imtL complaint against the courts which have deliberately invaded., the persona) liberties -of and once again in the history of the country have the work- irigmcri failed to listen to the voice of reason and by kheir vote put an ejpd to tyrannical treatment. The labor candidates in this coun- try have also badly beaten Surely there must be some reason. Out in this western corner of the Dominion it was expectctPthat la- bor would be represented by two or three candidates at Ottawa, but not one was elected, it has been sug Rested to me several times since the election that if the candidates would Pun on the straight labor ticket aiu3 that alone we would have been more successful. As proof of tin's, they point to the overwhelming majoritj of the President of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, who ran on. tlie straight independent labpr ticket. Will any of my readers kindly in form me what there is about that word "Socialism" that prevents the workiuginea vpting for its candi- The Republic News-Miner gets at the truth when it says "The man who sends his money COALDALE 'Coaldule, Nov. nnd Mrs.W, I. PawHou.ure leaving tonight for a two months' tni) to their old home ii Delevan, Illinois. Huny liurneit left today for his uome in Buda, Illinois. llr. Uurnett not decided yet whether he will return or 'not next year. The k'K-phune company has a gang of mori at work on the Hues to W. H. Puwsou's and George Heights' farms east oi towji. George Hoighes is away on a three weeks' bu.sine.ss trip to North Dakota. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of BLACK SPRING VALLEY NEWS Black Spring Valley. Nov. are having lovely fa'.l weather and quite a number of the farmers have finished plowing, Ira Burns uml Will Fry went fc.o Lethbridge yesterday with two loads of wheat. has been doing some carpenter work for Hobert Burns this week. The iJesdamcs Robt. and Ira Burns visited at Dolun's on Wednesday. Robt. Burns and Frank Luclingtoii visited at .John Bowser's on Sunday. John Bowser and Charley -Adams started cut on Monday to look for a new location. Nate Bowser and Kngvold Dahler visited nl John Bowser's Monday night. are glad to see that Nute is looking so well. DaHy Herald Market Place Whet hive uytfciif to ttU or to reii piece it ii If WMt tkit 25e tor RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's COLOR, freah FRAGRANCE aiid DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? REPRESENTATIVE WANTED A responsible and live, wide-a-wake j party, (if possible with store accom- modations) to represent the Mason Risch Piano Co., Ltd., Calgary branch. Apply Box 1436, Calgary, Alta. OF COAL MINING RfQ ULATIONI Coal mining rigbta of toe Dominica in Mftuitoba, Sttilutchewaa, the Yukon Territory, the Norlh-WKM Territories and Britiafa may be kifidd lor a term of at an annual rental oi an IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. SITUATION WANTED Wanted by steady man, care of of- fices, furnaces, etc. Hundy man, will- ing to make himself useful in any way. James Beard, Post Office, Leth- bridge. 276-C C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 away from his home town for goods that he can buy the local store loses more than he gain. He strikes at the foot of his own prosperity.' It is a. penny-wise and pound-foolish business. Every hun- dred dollars senf oiit of the couiTtry reduces the working capital of the country just that much. A prosper- ous county town indicates a prosper- ous rural community. If your towns look seedy and unkept; if the "for rent" signs in the store windows you in the face; if the mer- chants are what is the effect on town does the the if you please, think of the community in- general? Will he invest his money in a community that is not true to itself? The thinking min knows that the price of farm real, estate de- pends as much upon nearness to a good live town as upon the produc- ing power of the soil. The U. S. elections are over and have resulted, as in this country, in a triumph for the old party. -Notwith- standing effort on behali of the Democratic party, by Mr. Gnmpers'and the. executive 'of-.the American Federation of Labor, Mr Bryan was once more rejected. Whal the workingmen of the American con tincnt have been thinking about is more than I can answer for this wa their last opportunity for a number of years at least to mark their bal lots and register a kick against par ties also their best opportunity for a numbe and change the course "of-history. In the course of another month or s these same workingmen who. vote j available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Asency" tor the Entry by proxy 5nay be made at any agency certain conditions, by father, daughter, brother or oi intending homesteader. months' reaidence upon fjui cultivatipn of the land in eicli of throe years. A homesteader live within nine miles of his home- stead on a form of at least 80 acrvB sylely owned and occiipiod by him or hy his father, mother, daughter, brother or sister. in certain districts a homesteader in sood standing may pre-empt quartor-aection alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the tune required earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhauated his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price 53.00 per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, _, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. CANADIAN SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO VANCOUVER, B.C. TICKETS ON SALE NOV. ,5, 16 ,17 ESTABLISHED 1861 Going transit eight days from date of issue Covering Floors is Our Business NOT JUST A SIDE ISSUE When you are in need of Carpet Rngs. Linoleums or Mattings, save time and money. Gome right to this store and b completely satisfied TUFJMN FURNITURE CO. The Home Makers u irt'w' Ribi uiiaiiLa uaim ui uanoua HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve arid Undivided Profits.............. 4.2G7.400 return limit nov. avtn. Money Orders Letters Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Block, St. j Validation fee of fifty cents pay- j able on these tickets at Vancouver. For full particulars, apply to agent f the company or to PROCTOR, D. P. A. i- L. M. JOHUrhONt Office adjoioinf Union ;