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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AUMirrA, MIQAV, .OCTOflR lt M. >AOt PtVf Look tor (Us Trademark Thk trademark makes every man judjebf fine hand-tailored f WHcn he feids the Fit-Reform Wreath, he has found everything that constitutes tta ia tailoring. Clothe trimming, workmanship, style, fit and arc induced in that goes wkh this trademark. It is a good thing to look for arid a mighty good thing to you will always find it in the genuine Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, made the founders in Caiiada of hand-tailored garments. Suits and Overcoats, to '60 1 Phe jiet: result ed M before. A 100 foot race wound up the sports. This event was won by a lad by Sole AgeaU f or Lethbridge. Pincher Cfeek Duthie, with' Gv D. Piunkett second. The ladies' race brought out spine g3od_ horses. Miss Ethel Sharpc PINCHER CREEK AGRICULTUR- the other two-contestants-being Pincher Creek> jinnual by- owned by; McLaughlin exhibition ol with Landoff cultural Society opened yesterday" Tommy Herroh race afternoon in nbeautitul weather. The stores closed frr half: a day, and there was a g.ood .attendance at the trackj but it must be confessed that for a An Indian race also provided som excitement -and a close finish. .Second Day., The second day's racing not district'of such agricultural possibili- drawas.large an attendance, and ties as Pincher. Creek .district theythough a larger card was offered it a disappointment. ;The was hardly as good racing. Event quality of what ;.was offered was-all was the 2.30 trot or 2.35 the entries were surpris-JThere were four horses entered, but "ihgly small. and General by. J. E. Jenkins figured prominently among' Shbultz, wonVeasjly in straight heats? --the list of winners in tha horse ;No. 2 was''the mile novelty, sharing; some very good animals; for .each quarter. There were list of other winners, is not -yet" ob-.three gentries. Actress, owned by tamable. of Maelecd, passed the The Races. I.quarter post .aheadTof the rest of the WHAT WILL MR. BORDEN DO? (Montreal Mr. Borden that if Sir Wil- fird Laurier, liad not told the Eng- lish that Canada did not want a pref- erence in the British market we should have had that preference by this time, or he thinks so. In so say- ing, Mr. Borden takes a somewhat humble position. What Sir Wilfrid Laurier said at Liverpool in 1897 was that Canada had granted the British preference without asking for a pref- erence in the only pos- sible preference, that of placing duty on food, would be an injury to Great Britain, and that Canada was not going to ask for a sacrifice of hat sort. Sir Charles Tupper was very angry at this, and has frcquent- y rebuked Sir Wilfrid for not mak- ng such a sacrifice on the part of Britain a condition of the prtf crence. This is the sort of imperial- ism that our privileged class so glor- ies in. Wfi depend on Great Britain for the cost of imperial administration including the defence which WP. need and as the price of our loyalty we want the people who bear these bur- dens for as also to pay more for their food tha'i the difference may go into our pockc-ts. This last looks like holding out the hat and saying in a tremulous voice, 'Charity for a poor lame man.' If the people of Great Britain think it, good for their own sakes to put a tax on their food- stuffs whenever got from foreign coun- tries; we Canadian will all be well pleased, and none move so than Sir Wilfrid Laurier., But to ask her to do it for our sake is, as we have said taking a very humble; The preference we have-given we plume ourselves on having given for the empire's sake, and no doubt that good sentiment was evoked for all it was worth. We-certainly did owe :hje empire something in return for all it-was doing for us. But the benefit Great Britain was small; it was a lowering of a tariff wall ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT At Less Than HALF PRICE Stock-must be cleared out now at latest within a few days. Goods can be tained at your own prices. Give us an early call and make the best selec- x tions o Tke following are .some of our jenume bargains: OaHj Herald lartet Wbea hive uythiflf U idl tf tt H hi tkto ctJwM. If wait ifeii 25e f for SI Child's Slippers, tan and black, reg. 1 1. 15, sale, 60c Child's Slippers, tan and black, reg. sale 75c Child's Patent Leather Oxfords, reg. .35, sale Women's Oxford Slices, reg. sale Women's Oxford Slices, reg. sale 1.25 Men's Tan Oxfords, reg. Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, reg. for 75c Men's Linen Collars, 4-ply, Greene brand, reg. 20c, 3 for 25c Men's Neckties, lOc each. Men's Linen Cuffs; I0c per pair. Men's Silk reg. 75e, for 36c sale................. Men's Tan Laced, r. g. sale Men's Leggings, leather. X2.00 13.50, sale Dress Lining, reg. 12 l-2c, sale Sc Silk Spools, reg 5c, 9 for...... 25c Silk Floss, reg. 5c, 10 for...... 26c Baby Ribbon, 3 yds. for 5c .....2-M Silk Waists, 32 and 34, reg. ree- for WANTED Experienced saleslady for confec- tionery. Apply Box K: 248-0 WANTED. A Milch Cow; will pay good priie. Apply Windsor Hotel. WANTED. By widow, position as housekeeper. Apply Box T. 247-1 Situation WANTED. by first-class Chinese cook. Apply Quong Sang Restaurant 1st of Post Office. 246-45 Men's Heavy Woiking reg. sile Men's Fine Congress, reg. sale Black Sateen Waists, reg. Boots, for mti White Lawn Waists, reg. 75c, for 25c Wrappers, reg. for ......96c 2.50 Tan Hose, reg 60c, for........ 25c Black Lyle Hose, reg. ?5c, for 30c WANTED Wanted, about 1-2 Section of good land, on crop payment. Write ful particulars Box L, Herald Office. 24M WANTED Cooper to set up lime barrels. Ap ply at Summit Lime Works, Crow' Nest, B. C. The TurfVClub and Agricultural So-, bunch, butv was -just baaten to the ciety have amalgamated -this second quarter by .who -also so; the annual .'race.meet 'was the arid last. Actress quit pulled off yesterday and today. .The the raco after the half and came big event-of yesterday's pro'gramme -afterwards- turned around Alberta Derby; a mile run-: and completed the course. As sKe ning race for Alberta'bred horses-5 did not go all the way at'first trie and this provided one of the pret- judge would not allow tier the tiest races ever Four horses faced the starter. the -money This- ac-" 1 only Dress Skirt, reg. Men's Suite, reg. Men's Suits, ref, sale.., 8.00 1 only Dress-Skirt, rfg. Men's, sale.. 5.00 for 4.00 Men's Suits, ref.t sale... 4.00 2 only Dress .Skirts, reg. Men's Suits, ref. 00, sale... 3.00 for ...................3.25 Men's Trousers, reg. sale 3.00 2 only Dress Men's Trousers, reg sale 2.50 for....... ___.........3.50 Men's 53.00, sale 1.50 AHover Laca, reg. sale 50c sale 1.00 Allover Lace, reg. 75c, sale 40c Boys' Suits leas than half price. Allover-Lace, reg. GOc, sale 30c Boys' and. Men's Overalls to clear Embroidery and Insertion, to WANTED A first class pianist. Apply Bo C., Herald Office. 248- at 10 per cent, less than cost. WANTED. At once, an upstairs girl. Appl Balmoral Hotel, City. Co4l rifbu ot tbe Douamiua i Manitoba, Saskatchewan, ae Yukon Teftitorj, the erritorieu Colunroia, may e lor a term of twenty-one earn at an aoiiual rental of an ere. Not more than acrea wili >e leaded to oue applicant. Application for a lease uuut made to tbe .Agent or Sub-Agent ol he district in which the ap- )lied for are situated. I-a surveyed territory rhe UD-" uiujjt be described by sections, or U a? of and IB unaiuveyed territory the appli e.d for be staked out. Each application must be accom pail led by a fee of which will be refunded if the applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the of five per ion, Every oi coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once ia each year. The lease will 'uclude the coal mining rights only, bui the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at tbe rate of an acre: For full information application obould be incde to the Secretary oi the Department cf the Interior, Ot- tawa, or auj Agent or Sub-Agent 61 Dominion LftiiSe. W. W. CORY, WANTED. Large room and board, for two gen- tlemen; state full particulars. M. Box 247-6 clear, 3 for................. lOc meant still to largely exclusive. What we did we did really for our own sakes. ..The government had got into power promising a reduction in the duties, and this was what it did i-i carrying out-that pledge to our 'own people, and in answer to a demand that had not the empire or Great, Britain at all in mind. It was a minimum-fulfilment of a prom- ise; but something Had to be done to satisfy our people. There was therefore ho claim on Great. Britain at all. Yet. because we took down 'only one side of this wall that we had undertaken, to lower all round, Mr. Bprderi thinks we should have de- manded of Great Britain a departure from all and the erec- tion of a wall against the great ma- Groceries and Crockery must be cleared at once. Call and get a share of what is going Anyone, interested in the Shelving and Counters will dc well to call and see them as they would give a swell appearance to any store I. M. Banks9 Old Stand WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE pority.-of the; nations on whose cus- owned by .Cooperi tion caused .much dissatisfaction Pincher Creek; Rosti, Clark" Duthie, I among :the the Pincher Creek; -Lady Adams, race had been heavily backed for the Lady ,McLangh-; guart-r. Actress .is -an -animal well linf High Bh'er: They got off iaj here. "She best, a half- bunch at the first attempt, it was generally un- the; half mile post had never, lot- the was merely out for daylight appear between the first and, if possible, the second the turn before the three-quarter quarter: After-much'talking the post Lady Golightly 'seemed to. judge all; bets for.the falling back a couple of lengths or first quarter would be off, but much more. Greasy Pete and Lady Clark' money had already changed hands, drew away from Rosti, and it appear: so quite .a little confusion'was caused. SITUATION WANTED. Situation wanted by young mar- ried man as manager, bookkeeper, or clerk in general store; have ability, experience, and Al references. T. D. Fisher, Lethbridge. 247-6 WANTED. Bookkeeper wanted, with experience in double entry and taking off trial balance. Apply A. Macdonald and Co. f Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of ibis advertisement will net be yAid tor WANTED. First-class bricklayers, at once. Ap- ply Smith Bros, and Wilson. 247-6 ioni she- absolutely depended for a livelihood. It is by no -means an honorable position to put'Canada in- to." What is fair to ask Mr. Borden is he means-to do about it. This he'h'as' not. told us. Is he. going to abolish the British preference, and thus -increase the taxation of our people unless Great Britain speedily taxes -herself for _our sake? This is his jwords mean; is he going o do it? 4 .4 I 4 4 ed to be a race between-them only. The three-quarter .mile dash was At the tiirn into the -home stretch won by McLaughlinY Figurdon, with pony race siioultz, Rosti put forth an effort and drew Rosti second, _ The polo ,p< up to the lenders, while Lady Go-; good fihislu J. E. lightly, who had appeared to be all on Red Crow, just beating A: W. Larr in, showed a surprising burst -of speed mour's Shorty in the last five yards, and drew her nose up level with r A sddcUe for horses .that hindquarters. Up the strctclf. have never' taken first was they came to a finish that sent the won by .Clark Duthie. The half miL crowd wild with excitement. Greasy heats, njxsn, best-two in Pete on the inside, holding the lead won by Mc- by a neck from Lady Clark; Rosti, i Laughlin's Grey Lily secondj The a neck behind but coming up slowly colt .race for 2 and 3-y oar- olds was hut surely, while Lady Golightly on won by Clark tlu- outside was gaining at each bound. MacKenzie's Tusculiim being second The result was; in- doubt right to the The half mile pony race was taken wire, but Lnily Golightly just madefy Shoultz's Red.. Crow, McKenzie'h it, getting in, under the line about Carbine being second. "tnrlf n head in front of Greasy Pete, racii for .a considerable side bet Rosti in third place, being only a neck to the bad. with Lady Clark's head level with his flank. Tt wns a beau- .nlso run off. Black Joo and Unknown were the competing horses, and th distance was three-eighths of a milt tiful race with a finish rarely seen. Unknown passed under the. wire 6rsl The timo was 1.48, good going for! hut the race was protested' by Joe' a half mile track. ownor. Tnc result had been announe The U'Urn trotting race was won ed from the stand bcforo the prutes by H. H. Jenkins, with Jas. Scott was put in and much money pak second. The. single drivers' raco 'by over, but the protest was allowoc U 108 When DRAY1N6 Done promptly- and satis factoriljr; JOHN 4 M -M BR.O.pI.E; 0 CHEAPER POSTAGE. London, Oct. letter boxes liroughout London already contain a large numlJer of'letters for the Unit- d States bearing a penny stamp in- tead of 2 1-2 penny, which was until midnight needed to carry them across ho Atlantic. A number of persons posted letters at midnight, determin- ed to. be at least. among the first to take .advantage of the cheaper rates. Their letters, however, will not be taken out until" Saturday- by the steamer Lusitania, sailing on Mon- day. The. innovation is welcomed by the business community. ROOMS WANTED Two furnished rooms or part of s furnished house for light housekeep ing. Could use tT-vo unfurnished rooms. Apply Box B., Herald office. 240-6-p TO RENT. Furnished cottage to rent for the month of October. Apply Box A. -247-0 TO RENT Store on Ford Street. Apply Al- vin Ripley, Room 5, Whitney Block FOR SALE. Guitar-ziiher, in good condition. Ap- X Goal, Ice and J DRAY1NO The Home Makers From this store yon can furnish yotir house complete awl fnr- nish it jnst as yon stock is so extensive. Never has this store made such a showing iu House Furnishings. The Fall Goods are in now. Yon vill save money on every article bought here and find that, just as ire advertise, this is ECONOMY STORE Mail Carefully Packed THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS SOME WHEAT The WeUsiljind and Cattle.Co.. Ltd. shipped over bushels of fall and spring wheat this past month frpm their Alberta farm 20 miles south of Lethbridge. This was raw land two years We have more for sale in the vicinity at right prices, also improved land For particulars see Wells Land am Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Hotel Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N 63 SPARKLING AND REFRESHING, the carbonated bovoragcs prepared by us are unsurpassed for their purity and flavor. Only the highest degree o! skill, care ar.d experience can main- tain in their manufacture that high and uniform quality for whioh our goods are universally esteemed. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd ply Box N, Herald Office. 247-0 FOR SALE bunch of cattle, about 90 head, well bred and gentle. 20 choice fats 3 and 4 years, per head with- out per head with calves. Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pincher Creek, Alta. 248-10 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any eveu numbered section of Do- minion lands iu Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and AlberU, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person cho ia the sole head of a or any male over 18 years of age, (o the extent of one-quartet section o! 160 acrea or lesa. for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land ii situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, BOD, daughter, brother or sinter of an in- tending homesteader. The is required to per- form the homestead dutieb under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desiresr perform the required resi- dence duties by living on tanning land owned solely by him, uot leu than eighty (80) aciea in extent, ia the vicinity of" his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits, on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 43-6 Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agenta Brokers. for Rtyal aWeria Ll4, All The tola Railway an! Irrigation Company Is now Offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET FOR SALE. One Heating Stove and one full- sized Iron Bed for sale. Apply 2- storey Brown House, North Ward. 245-0 One FOR SALE CHEAP. secoud-hand typewriter, good working order, price also good set of double driving harness, good as new, price Apply E. T. McGregor, P.O. Block, Lethbridge, HEAD B. C. L. M. Barrnttf and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Back, lots Nortti of tte Eailroad and West ut lestainster 81 FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each father is deceased) of a has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not IBM than eighty (80) acres io extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the licinity, euch homesteader may perform his own residence unties by living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity7' two proceeding in uefined at meaning not more than ume miles in a direct line, exclusive IH the width oi road allowances in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living Alta. 245-6 TERMS EASY Interest fi per cent, per annum One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. OWNER'S SALE The undersigned oi north half section five, township eight, range 19, situated about 13 miles southeast from Lethbridge, and about 2 miles south of canal, 7 miles south of Coaldale, 4 miles northeast of Wilson Siding1. This is all good land mostly level, ex- opt a few acres in southwest cor- I ner. Price per acre, terms on application. Address R. Hand, 321 Mohawn Block, Spokane, Wash. 242-12 with parents or on farming land own- ed by must notify the Agent for the district of such intentkn. Six months' notice in writing mnnt be given to the CommiMioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, orintentioo to for patent. W. W. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. Mtem iiiiiay idf Imfitics Cr (lui letttritge, Wti. I A BAPTIST CHURCH. TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for Sew. lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue .0 the end ot term. The Raptist. Society of Frank and Blairmore has decided to build a church at Blairmore, and has pro- cure! a site in the Pelletier addition. 210.0 new salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 496, Lethbridfe. tin Biggest Snap ibat can be Offered A SECTION OF GOOD FARM LAND N. E. OF STIRLING ONLY PER ACRE 2LI Weber Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;