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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUMTA, MIBAV, OOTOMR it Baying Horses doeta't nap up betuae fctt kxts al be Uadb the out wWw the n _ kair of his bide.; Ht cicb bool for of tmd peeb down IMS throat for dark He warts to know htfse's he is mighty particular about fettag a liae oil tfce man doing butiaett wkk When ai tbn u Made utoifactory and tbe price agreed opon, die buyer will briber stipulate that should the hone torn out a roarer, baity of act otherwise as represented, he can get his money back TbttHuy be too muck caution but k is mighty good A man buys a hone for aad wants him nearly perfect as possible. Crop are this, caution in buying with the usually displayed in buying dolLtf. Nine out of ten, a man takes the first thing offered He does not examine rts coopontiotL He knows nothing about the quality, and about the pedigree ol the and how they are made. He knows itde about the man who sells the clothes. U Ibis logical? A 1MB in the company of his horse for a few hours, perhaps, a day. You are in ycur clothes all the time you are You manage the world's affairs business strangers friends love and are married to church fact, spend of your life IN YOUR CLOTHES, "AH of us can't be tai'ors.1 True is all the more reasons why we should buy clothes that have a reputation, and a guarantee at the back of it. BRAND" Garments are pedigreed-clothe. 'Progress Brand" trademark shown registered at Ottawa. They will stand the most searching examination inside and cut. They are made of the most dependable materials in one of the best equipped tailodes in Canada, and sold only by the most reliable dealers wilh an unqualified "satisfaction or money refunutu. Does it pay, or is it goad business, to be indifferent when-buying your clothes Figure it out. t Hvwffcrey tod i. Y. ttxt yesterday, a thorough iuwetigutiou of thy effect ot alkali ou ortlaud couieut. Ex- alt over the country bave been in this directiou to it Uie subsuuce which rfttet Portland cement and Yesterday iu company with City Engineer Bwearuigcu, the visiting ex- perts made a. trip to the Sixth street tuaia sewer, and the Third street stw- er, and investigated portions ol these which' been disintegrated by 'some chemical action. They will be iu the city for some time, a i f tooroufh Laveatigauou will be -made. There have been a number oi spec- ulations juT to the cause of the break- ing up of Portland cement, and mnny experts claim that they have solved the but others say that it is mere conjecture. City Engineer Swearingeu was for some time of the opinion that if a sower pipe of ce- ment was made and allowed to gain its maximum hardness and then laid in the that it would not-be by the action ot water." .This was, however exploded by the city engineer himself, who tri- ed this experiment with the best pos- sible csment, ,and it was found yes- terday in bad shape. Not only does the substance, what- ever it may be, but generally sup- 1 posed to ba alkali, have effect -upoa cement alone ,-Jkick as well crumbles under its' action. The Sixth "street sewer is made of local brick -and v ce- -wtiiie. the Third stret sewer is I made from Portland cement, pipe of local manufacture. These sewers IMPORTED SILKS A fine aMortaaat in; both aixi Udier wear, al- to ite heat Silkj iu web. know, tedge of Oriental v hole, talfe Louses euablet to -aell at tUe lowwit SEE OUR STOCK Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire't Old Stand ATAUMB Wool And Other Mattm can be done to counteract Thtpe were interesting at the al the Cana- dian Association-' last evening. Mr. R. Hobaoa, pntident, in his inaugural oeeupicxLfKMDe time in eom-- plaining thai certain wicked hare for years and the association, which inferred was really a benevolent and philanthropic society, with the. farmers and working men as extra special beneficiaries. In spite of thU, the president said sadly, "There are those in the party press who have continually represen- ted us as selfish and inconsiderable of the rights of Sir Wilr (rid Laurier wap frank, and gave the woollen manufacturers no hope that the wool lea. duties would be further increased. Rather, he told them they should study the tastes of the peo- ple what they evidently wanted, and ROUND STRICT Whefrpeopk igk the price the action. k Miles upon miles of ce- not what the thought nient, walks have been -laid in Great I was best for them. It Is the com- the Falls, the reason that portions of these have to be relaid re-iniorcee the idea that some chemical in the wa- plaint of the Canadian manufactur- ers that the British -produce 'cheap and shiny' goods. said Sir tcr and soil gets into the structure, Wilfrid to the Canadian manufActur- ultimately breaking it up. j ers, 'why iu the name'of common sense cannot'you produce the-same cUsi of ,But would ap- pear to be a cause for tlie present unutisfactory position of the Mr. -Borden says that the sale of I Canadian woollen industry, a cause WAS THIS rrlnte We if fcrj tyerior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Frank Waddington "acres' of Western land at a dollar an acre to the Saskatchewan Valley LaucLlCoinpany was us, see how iniquitous it was. We -start out, with the pro- position that the Government would that has been carefully not referred to by those philanthropists who i would make their friends the farmers pay them a dollar and thivty-five cents lor every dollar's worth of clot hi og and other woollen other woollen articles have been glad to -give 'the. According to the 'Canada away for nothing to settlers. liut up Year prepared under govern- to the time oj the. sale in IMS not a auspices, there were in 1B71, settler naagone on it. -The railway before there was any National -'19 Progress Brand" section to accept the area as have been broken up in places and j -Au i j {their land grant on the ground that the city engineer is in a quandry company which owned the alternate Policy, 270 woollen manufacturing es- to what -will be best to repair them it was unfit for settlement. It was at til xaw with the Government on the SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY McKelvie McGiiire with. 'It will be necessary to j I point. Owing to its inability to dis- a-large portion of these sewers, and 6 J pose of its lands the company could the city-as anxious to rebuild them -T mi. not do justice to its railway. The in the-best possible vav, so that no J road was derelict, the rolling more trouble .and cost will result. was continually running off the rails, The matter was first taken up by and when the bridge across thc' the engineering and chemical depart- ments the V0nited States experi- ment'- at and Prof.'Edward Burke of the chemical department of the Bozeman station is due to honor of first conclusively demonstrating, that, black alkali con- tained ail'..wafer or soil would attack and 'destroy the characteristic quali- tablbhments iu this country, while 129 in 1906. The wage earners employed in 1871 num- bered compared with in the ..wages paid in 1871 amount- compared with in 1906; and the value of the "product-of the and other was 1871, compared with in 1906. These interesting figures show that has been instructed by G. E. HEMEL- RYK. Esq., to rem'ove to his rooma 410 Hound St., and sell by private sale, a quantity of very superior Furniture including Solid English Oak Bedroom Suites, Rushi-bottohied Oak Chairs, Oak ,Mahogany Tables, 4ahogany Occasional 'Chairs, Draw- ng-room f Lamp, high-class Carpets, lugs. Stair Oak Easy Chairs, .Beds, Springs, Mattresses, etc. ROOMS OPEN FOR SALE FROM 9 TlILL. 8. splendid opportunity for anyone wishing to secure really highclass goods. was swept away it became a question where the money was to! while, the- men 'employed, the wages be" obtained to replace it. The whole 1 Paid. the value of-the product djstrict was, in doldrums. By selling to the Land Company Mr. 1 years of Sifton put ia the talization have changed very little in the long ieavy protection, the eapi has" increased enormousl> got the wholeldistrict settled by firsU hom in' 1871 in class which is the main aim Jt was- the fashon years "ago The Job Department SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALBERTA Alberta College, Edmonton, fering two scholarships to the stu- dents of Grade, V VI. of ______________________ with-respect to Western lands, and iu the textile trades, when manufac- the award is to be made, must ol Portland cement His report the region out of the dreary turers were making money hand'ove Uimilarly collected by the teacher, and that excited wide comment of hopelessness in which it to -make shareholders a presen i j discussion-amone the .1: forwarded to the college not later! _..- _ _-f. is 7VI and chemists and much later experi- than June 10th, 1909. These must be f a certificate from Denting, all the conditions oi Tiie question of the Makes a Specialty of Commercial Printing awarded to the students who the most progress-in Penmanship dur- ing the 'school year from Sept. 1st, to June 1909. V The first scholarship -will consist of tuition in Alberta College in any Department to the amount of Fifty j Dollars The second scholarship will consist I of Tuition in Alberta College in any Department to the amount of Thirty Dollars The conditions I 1. The competitors must be regu- lar students in the'Public Schools of concrete made of Portland .cement plungeU It is-now'.thercheeriest stock instead of increasing the di chirpest part of'the 'The rail-1 vfdends: 'This was done becaus way is now property, with two trains a day both ways, and plenty of business Uo do. Mr. Bor- of Alkali on cement, and the St. Louis experts came here tc examine specimens of dis- integration. Cascade county has also of Alberta, and must have attended! cessful competitors vrill have the ad- vantage of th'e .present working ar- rangement for affiliation with the new University of Alberta, if they choose an Arts Course. The successful competitors will have the privilege" of using their' scholar- ship any time with two (2) years af- 1 ter the dzite :of_the award. at least One Hundred (100) days of I Signed on behalf of Alberta Col- Letterheads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms Sec TELEPHONE 106 the year mentioned above. 2. Each competitor must on or be- fore Nov. 15, 1903, write a letter to Alberta College stating full name, j age, Postoffice address, name of name of schod district and names of the other members of Stand- ards V and VI., and making request to bo entered on the list of compe- titors. 3. Each competitor must also sub- mit a sample of his penmanship, made in accordance with instruc- tions in the teacher's possesion. These specimens will be collected, certified by the teacher to be the work of the student done under proper conditions and forwarded by the teacher to Al- berta College before Dt-c. 1st., 1908. 4. The final upon which lege, J. H. RIDDELL, Prin. Globe. have been duly fulfilled by the com- is of national interest." den's idea'of an "iniquitous" trans- petitor {government has. spent thousands of In making this offer the College dollars trying to' ascertain the effect has'the hearty-approval of the Ed-Uf A1tflli nn anfl thp st ucation department of Alberta in its effort to improve the penmanship in the public schools. Moreover the suc- MOOD IE LEAVES CALGARY. Vancouver, Sept. Alderman Alf. spent money along this well of Calgary, president of the as the manufacturers of the" .cement, j Western Canada Turf Association; ar- rived yesterday from Calgary with.a of 50 high-class he intends to dispose of in the next couple >f. weeks before returning to Calgary for a brief stay, prior to tak- ing up his residence permanently-in have been erected, and if these can this city. Mr. Hoodie purchased the be undermined in the foundation byj Astor hotel recently, and intends to and is very in .the determination of the Concrete made, from Portland ce- ment has come "to be a'product of great commercial value to builders. In the cities massive sky-scrapers the action entire process of alkali in water, the is a failure unless make Vancouver his home town in the i to power. future. very big dividends would have at tfacted the attention of some horru free traders, and they would hav done their best to get the that7 from the point of view of .the benevolent manufacturer and have been sad indeed, if not spiteful. It would ba most interesting if, some one could tell country at this date how much of -the described Jn the Year-Book as capital is money .needed by. the business, and how much consists a needless stock .burden.'. Mr. Monk was also among the speakers, and he ranks, ol course, as an out-and-out protectionist. But he did not-promise on.'behalf of his leader and party to increase the wool- len duties should that party get back Indeed, it is most notice- Conservative speakers to- day'shirk the tariff "question as much as. do the Liberals; so differently they acting since a few years ago, when they went fi-om one end of the country to the other championing much higher tariff especially against the United; and con- siderable modification of the prefer- ential tariff with'Great Britain. What is the. position of Conservative party today these very important.matters? Does it go in for or not? A frank ex- pression, of .its feaders" view's would be welcojne, .and might assist some people in the way "that they should vote. INVITE ROOSEVELT. Washington, Oct. White House today it was stated a message had ibeen received from Premier Dea- kin, thanking President Hoosevelt f or the visit-oL the American battleship fleet ,to Australian waters; and invit- ing the President to make a visit to Australia on his way to Africa for a hunting trip. .v [able that KEEP IN MIND THAT Ron. Trank Oliver WILL ADDPESS THE ELECTORS OF LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT In Oliver's Hall, Lethbridee TO-NIGHT OCTOBER 2ND BUY DUFF ADDITION LOTS Pay for them one fourth down, balance monthly. 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 Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, a'nd Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Don't overlook the fact too that the park question now settled and that the city must go south. is SKBITH TIL-LEY PHONE 197 The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have received another car of Short flooring J t Siding Ceiling 1000 feet of this covers as much as .100Q, feet of Iqng flooring. We are selling it cheap Call and get our prices Corner "Westminster Ford MSMrtkoftkEllBHHIl 2ZS 1 F you want to get the want you want to get, you want to get your want in the want-get- Hentld. The Herald wants your want becante it wanti you to get the want 3 want to get. ;