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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBi=)IDQE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1308. Tliii Worid Of labar Affairs f Workingmen Frukly and Impartially Dis-cissed. Conreipondence on Topics oirinterest lo �---------.------ Labor Classes Invited r.^-^^-^T Contributed by a Labor Man, who is responsible for the Views expressed in this Column :: "Woll doni>, tliou good iind faithful servniit," wuh tlx; appropriate loxt of n Georgia riiinistor who pre-sidud at tlic fimernl of a man who was buruod lo a crisp. This was 0!io Itiiul of u "well done," Now, then, if you want your printing "well dono," and of course, j'ou do, ask to liavn the labd placed on it. This will )iot only be a guarantee that the work will be "well done," but you will also have the assurance of knowing thai the printer who did the work received a fair compensation for his labor and it won't cost you any more. All the print shops in Lelhbridr:e will be only too pleased to place the union Inbel on your printing .ind guarante.e the job to be well done. .\nd so with ev(!ry other kind of goods. No matter what it is, by persistently asking your merchant to stock it, he will eventually handle what you want. The labfl on goods iti a guarantee of good workmanship and fair treatment. Demand it. Tlie Festive season will soon Ije with us and everybody and his wife will be looking for something new. Right here let us draw the line and see that we spend oil our money in the city of T,elhbridge and not I' hiking to the different eastern firm.'* Here is where you earn your monej and here is where you should spend it. No matter wliat article you desire to purchase I am certain thqt the various lirms can supply you with what you require. The Republic New.s-Miner gets at the truth when it siiys:- "The man who sends his money away from his home town,for goods that he can buy at the local store loses more than he can possibly gain. He strikes at the foot of his own prosperity. It is a penny-wise and pound-foolish busiiiess. Every hundred dollors sent out of the country reduces the working capital of the country just that much. A prosperous county town indicates a prosperous rural conmuinity. If your towns look seedy and unkept; if the "for rent" signs in the store windows stare.- you in the face; if tiie merchants are discouraged, what is the effect on town property-what does the stranger, the inv.istor, if you please, think of the community ii; general? Will he invest his money in a ommunity that is not true to itself? The thinking nnn knows that th(^ price of farm real estate depends as much upon nearness to a good live town as upon the producing power of the soil. will waken up and kick themselves in seventeen different places. One outstanding feature of the presidential election is tlie fact that never in the liistory of the country has organized labor appeared before the American people with such a voice of anger' and complaint against the courts which have deliberately invade.d the personal liberties of workingme'i; and once again in tlu; liistory of the country inive the work-ingnuMi failed to listen to the voice of reason ond by Uieir vote put an ejld to lyrannical treatment. The hiljor candidates in this couli-try have also been badly benten. Surely tiiere must be some reason. Out in this we.slern corner of the Dominion it was expecle(r that labor would be represented by two or three candidates at Ottawa, but not one was elected. It has been suggested to me several times since the election that if the candidates^ would fun on tile straight labor ticket and tliat alone we would have been more successful. ;\s iiroof of this, tiiey point to the overwhelming majority of the President of the Trades and Labor Congre.ss of Canada, who ran on the straight independent hilxor ticket. Will any of my readers kindly inform me wliat theie is about that word "Socialism" that prevents the workinpjneu voting for its candidates? COALDALE Coiddale, Nov. 0.-Mr. and Mrs.W, H. I'awson are leaving toniglit for a two months' trip to their (*U1 iioine .in Delevan, Illinois. lliury Uurne.tt left today for ills homi' in Umlii, Illinois. Mr. Ilupiett lias not tleeidi'il yet wliethei* he will retinii (e- not next year. The teli'phone eonipany lias a gang of nii'n at work on the lines to W. H. I'awson's an-inpe its ince]>tion. There is no doubt that the people of Lethbridge prefer to be represented by a local imin, and if "Hob" would run on the straight labor ticket, he wcnild give the best of them a run for their money. �However, it is_iip to the union men of this riding to sujiport and work for till' choice of the convimtion and see that he is elected. .\c(H)nling to word received at Hoik' olulu, T. II,, Mike Saito, formerly Jai>anese consul at Hawaii and now head of the emigraiion bureau of th emigratifui bureau of the foreign office, has ijrohibited further emigraiion into Hawaii on the ground that there an' sutlicieiit laborers there al-ri'ady. Mike .Saito evidenly knows his business. THE ECUA FURNACE iMWestern PlumbinqJinsRiittilng & Heating Co P.O. Box 41 r Phone 266 Don't miss the Miser at the Lyceum tonight. The lliberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lots North of the Railroad ani) West of Westminster M. FROM ^ 1 ^ EACH $150 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each TERMS EASY One-tliird casii, ono-tliird fi niDnths. balance 12 montha, Interest (5 per cent, per annum Ippiy filberta Railway and Irrigation Co (land Department), letliliridge, lita. covering Floors is our Business not jusx a When you are in need of Carpet Sciuares jind Rngs, Linolounis or Muttlngs, save time find money. comijletely Biitisfied TUR.PIN FURNITURE CO. side issue: Come right to this store and b The Home Makers Don't miss the Atkin Bros, at the Lyceum-in their singing and dancing act. FOR QUICH SALE 500 Diamond Coal Shares or part thereof in blocks of not loss than 100. For particulars apply J. A. VIRTUE M acleod REPRESENTATIVE WANTED A nsponsiblc and livo, wido-a-wnko l�!iit,v, (if possiblo with store accom-Miodatioiis) to ri'prpsont tlio Masoti &' Risch i'iiui,. Co., Ltd., Calgary branch. lio.v I4m, C.ilgary, \lta. 7(j.O SITUATION WANTED Wanted by steady nmn, ciirc of of-lioi's, fiiriiac(>s, ftc. Handy runii, willing to niako himself useful in any way. Juniea Beard, Post Ofllce, Lethbridge. 276-G SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININQ REQ ULATI0N8 WANTED tieiiiM'al servant fijr work, .Apply to Mrs. (Jrabb St. light housc-K. J. Hill, 277-0 WANTED .\ first class dish washer, either nnile or female. Apply at Boarding House at Royal Collieries. 27G-0 HOME WANTED For giKiii boy ]'2 years of age who desires to go to school and make himself usefid ill the evening. -Apply Box 1)., Herald. 276-6 AUCTION SUE I will Sell by Public Auction at the CITY MARKET On Friday Afternoon November 13, 1908 At 2 o'clock, the TrottingStallion SHADELAND SATELLEIR No. 13728 of the Americnn Trotting Register FRANK G. WADDINGTON Market Master B. C. TALBOT Owner FOR SALE House and two lots on Bnrtlett St., best rewidintial location in the city. Teiins. -Apply I'. O. Bo.\- 22.'>. 270-6 SCRIP FOR SALE �320 acre .d $L75 per acre for cash. For inU particulars ajiply S. L. Chap-pcll, 1'. 0 . 275-6 FOR SALE. A baby'.s lip, a b:iby'.s go-cart, aikl an Kldridge s-wiiig machine. .Vpply Thos. Stubbs. 277-6 Ooal mininfi rigbw of tbe OominloD iu Mauitoba. Buskatohewaa, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Notth-West TerritorieH and British Oolunroia, may be kagcid tcir a term ot tweaty-one years at an annual rental ol $1 an acre. Not aiore than 9,660 acres will be leased to one appUoant. Application for a lease must hi made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory ibe lau'* must be described by sections, or lt> gal subdivisions of sections, and Id uuaurveyed territory the tract appli ed tor shall be staked out. Each application must be aocom-puDied by h tee of $6, which will bn retuoded if the rights applied for are uol available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the aline at the "ate of five cents per ton. livery l"�.�ee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least oace in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee ma; be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol the mine nt the rate of $10 ^n acre. For full information a.pplication should be mode lo the Secretary ol the Department ct the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Di)minion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interloi N.B.-Dnauthoriied publication ol thie advertisement will not be paid lor. FOR RENT OR SALE Six- luniod house, good location. Will rent for ,$20 per month (u- sell for .$1,800: .f!.'tOO es.sh, payments on bilaiu-e to e.Ntei.id over two years. .Apply Room 8, Macdonald Block, A. & I.. .S. Ripley. 279-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO LET Rooms to lit. also barn. .Aipyle .Ave, 276-0 PUBLIC NOTICE ROOMS TO RENT Fiiiiiislii'd rooms, hot and eold water, III! 'modern conveniences. Cull and s.-e J. Cant ill. Room 2, Hill Bloek. 278-0 Sittings of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge Tli(' sittings of the District Court and the Di.-^tiicl Judge's CJriminiil Court of the District of Lethbridge hiring tlf .year 1909 will be held at t.,e places and on the dates given below for the trial of actions and the disposal of any civil business which may properly be brought before the said Court. LETHBRIDGE-Commencing; Tuesday, January 26th. Tuesday, February 23rd. �Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, -April 27th. Tuesday. May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 28th. Tuesday, October 26th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. R.AYMOND- Tuosday, January 19tli. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7tli. Tuesday, November 10th. MAGRATH- ' Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 2l8t. Wednesday, September 3th. Wednesday, November 17th. j CARDSTON- j Thursday, January 21st. ! Thursday, April 22nd. Thursday, September 9th. ' Thursday, November IBtb. TABKR- Tuesday, February 9lh. ! Tuesday, May llth. I Tuesday, Septesaber 21st. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, March 9lli. Tuesday, Juno 9th. Friday, September 2-lth. Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. WOOJ J, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th. 1W)8. SHORTHAND J. v.. MacOregor, ofllcial court sliorthand reijoiter, will he at his oflioe. Room 4, (JUver Bloek, from 7 to 9 ever.v evening this week to ro-ei'ive applications from pupils for iustrvjciion in typewitting and sten-o.i;r;ii)hy. 27-�-(> TO R^T Thive new cottages in North Ward, elose lo school Apply to R. V. Gibbons, Ott Bloek. 278-G NURSE WANTED Nurse wanted. Apply to Inspec-t ir West, Mounted I'olice Barracks. 278-6 FOR SAL E F'or sale cheap, almost new piano. Apply to Gus Noidig. 277-0 LOST Small black diary, containing important items. Finder please return to Gus. Neidig. 277-0 2 ND HAND STORE Any person who is the sole head  I j a family, or any male over 18 years I lid, may homestead a quarter-section �\l'Ply 20 j available Dominion land in Mani-u ba, Saskiitche\yan or Alberta. The applicant nmst appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub .\'.'eiicy f(u- the district. Entry ny p.-o-\y may be made at any agency 0 1 c rtain coiidi'ions, by father, n.otlier, son, daughter, brother or si.s ti\- of intending homesteader. Duties.-Si.\ mouihs' re-jidenci! upon .;oONE BarrlKt�r and olicilor nnion Oank, Offloo adjoining j^eth bridge. s-iyi ;