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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBIRTA, OCTOBER 2i. IJM. PAGE THRU (his TORY CANDIDATE CAUGHT IN TRAP This tiadczoark makes man fine hand-tailored garments. When the Fit-Reform Breath, he has touhd everythibg tkat constitutes the best m tailoring. Goth, trimming, Ct and 7 all arc' included in the guarantee, that j with this trademark. It is a good thing to loot 'for a thing to and you Will always find ft in the genuine Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, made ounclers in Canada of Kanckailored garments. Suits and Overcoats, to DELIBERATEN MISREPRESENTA- TION OF SIR WILFRID LAUR- 1ER BY A. S. GOODEVE Color, Flavor, Fragrance ,v the strong poinU of McKELVIE 'McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridgc. Raymond Raymond, Oct. members of family were married Saturday At Stirling. The three couples "came over to Raymond ami got their lic- enses from Mr. Fox. They then re- turned to Stirling and were married .at the home of Mr. Larson. Miss j Maflgie-Iju-son.-married, Gustav Ost- iund, Miss Olive 'Passey married Larson. Jennie Nate mar! jied Larson. The will its next meeting at the Presbyterian Church. JTtut subject will The committee will. meet at '7.30 pviu., to discuss meet- ing.' -.AllTthe honorary members aro invited to'be present. Jtlss 'Blanche Collett leaves today .for Calgary where she will consult an -eye specialist. She expects, to re- main in Calgary about a. week. Mr. Johnson, wife and children, ;who have been visiting Mrs. John- ison's mother, Mrs. Allred for the ..past week, leaies today for Taber. dentist; is in. -lown today. __ __ The beets are turning this OPERATORS MEET MINERS'OFTTCALS (Cnujbrook. Herald) When Mr. Goodeve spoke last Fri- day night at tlus opera bouse he made s-ovcral reckless but none so reckless and devoid of truth us the one to the effect ttyit the .Laur ier government had turned down the application of the railway delegation .to have the railway act so arnenpcd that railway employees would not be classed 'as criminals' iu case ot an accident that was unavoidable. The statement was so partizan and so flagrant, especially intended to ap jieul the railway population of city, 'tliat. it' aroused the .feelings of P. Murphy, tbji well known, en- gineer of this city; who was the rep- resentative Ottawa at the last session from this division. Sir. Mur- phy waited until the meeting was ovor and sought an Introduction to 3Ir. Goodeve and in the kindest of terms informed that, gentleman that ho was in error in making the state- ment that the railway .act was not amended, and was met with the state ment 'that no error had been com- mitted, as he never made a statement pn .the platform without absolute au- thority. Mr Murphy protested that he knew what he was talking, about as he had positive information, to the effect that the act was amended, whichiwas again Denied by Mr. Good- eve. 'Mr. Murphy then left in disgust WhM you have to gdi or to real place U ii this column. If you wot aaytbiit use this coluraa. 25c ose insertioa 6 insertions for {i SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ ULATIONS. POSITION WANTED I3y young married man, work on farm, or to rent farm thai is stocked up. Apply Box R. S., Herald Office. 264-6 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA RICH; GLEAK COLOR, freBh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are VEGETABLES WANTED potatoes; one ton carrots; one ton turnips; 1-2 ton beets; cabbages. Quote price or apply to J. Brown Co. 262-0 IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Letkbridge by f ttl IENTLEY eo. LTD. WANTED Two dining room girls. Chow Sam's Restaurant. Apply Coal mining rights y! tlie iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories British Coiurorou, be leaned, tor ft term of years at an annual rental of 11 MO acre. Not more than acres will be leaned to one applicant. Application for a leaae inuw. made to the Agent or Suo-Ageot of the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. Jtn surveyed territory the must be described bj or U gai subdivisions of sections, and IB uufiurveyed territory the tract appli- txi for shall be staked out. Each application must be aoeoat- punied by a fee of which will '264-0 WANTED. To rent comfortable furnished house r cottage. Apply P. 0. Box 307, i 26-3-6 and went The next morning The Calgary Herald of Saturday, says: Yesterday ajid this afternoon the joint grievance committee of mine operators "and their monthly meeting in Ca'lgary, and a great deal 'of routine business. Everything was settled in a man- ner fairly satisfactory to, the repre- sentatives of the operators' associa- tion and the U.M.W. of" A. Those representing the miners were Frank Sherman, president of District 18 U.M.W.A., and J.'McDonald, sec- retary committee. iJohn Gal- vin, district vice-president, also at- tended. The; representatives of the operat- ors' association were Louis Stockstt, manager ol the and of the joint committee; J. D. manager of the C. Co.; and W. F. McNeill, ol tht Canmore mines. Other prrpminent op erators were: Chas. Lemeater, super intendent of the Crow-'s %Nest mines; year. They yielded from seven to ghd Mr. of Blairmore. "eigbjt-.tons per acre.' At the'Sugar j pn April 1 next the present con- Factory, teams stand in line, waiting' tract between the miners and operat- -to unload. The beets, are better empires. Just what will happen have ever been: then is unknown. Before the present ]Contract was made there was.great trouble, a-''strike and threats of riot- ing. Whether these experiences will bo repeated will only be decided at some future' time. The operators state that as yet no steps have been taken, to make a new contract before the. present, contract expires. They are chary also of giv- .ing any. expression of opinion as tb the likelihood, of and satis factory agreement regarding the com- ing contract, "although they express a-, hope that everything will be al right. GET THIS TRADE MAU AMD TOU GET SATISFACTION Mr. .Goedeve was anxious to isveet Mr. -Murphy and stated that he must see him before he town, and later met him. v "I believe, now JCur- both. us were right.'! Mr. Murphy that both were .not and one was .right and that was himself. He further told Mr. Goodeve that.ii the Liberal party were despicable enough to have circulated, report by J Harvey; .Hall, the railway; men's rep- Ottawa ab- solutely, then the railway men wanted to know, it..' And on hand if "the..' Conservative party were stating" that this act had not -been amended when they .knew it had! .that the railway men wanted tn k'nnw that also., It was finally to have sent to Mr. Bordcn by some .one in town, as Mr. lood- eve would not be here "and Mr. Mur- phy "was to get a copy of the tele- gram, and the query was sent by Mrv Grace, of. the Prospector. Following St." Catherines, Oct: 5V 1908 Mr. Grace. Cranbrook, B.C.: Telegram received. It was amend- ed so as to__take away any criminal lability for negligence unless wilful. I urged this amendment upon..the go- vern ment and- when they afterwards introduced it we ail strongly sup- ported it. R. L. BORDER. Trie real are that in. the movement on the part of the railway men; .there -was. no politics. The del- egation, that went to Ottawa was composed of members of both, parties, and the ;oiily object they had in to_have the act so amended as to throw- out, -the criminal clause. When they got there eachi member na- turallyinterviewed the member from his constituency, and then saw Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the, head of the ,gov- WHAT A box of our delicious palatfrtickleri 1 Purest fla- vors, "Caroihels, Taffies, etc. FJNEST CONFECTIONERY Take home a box todiy and she'll look like your 'best-' girl again. .Cap- tivate her too. Pleasing always. Bochon's Layer Cake Lunch, Marble Fruit Vienna" Golden Rods WASTED Situation as teamster, well accus- oined to horses, by yoang married man. Apply Box A., Herald Office. All of and Pastry.. Any kind made to order relaaded if the applied for not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the iner- cuantable output of the aiiue at of five cents per too. Every of COR! mining which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement that effect at least oace in each year. The lease will include the iniuing rights only, but the be "permitted to purchase whateTet available surface rights may be eon- sidered neceaaary.Jor the working ol I am open to accept work in re- the dine at (he rate of J10 an acre. pairing houses, fitting storm doors. For. full information application sashc-s and porches and other clasaes made to the BecreUry ot of carpentering. Apply V. 0. Box Uhe: of the Interior, 04- 502 or at Keyes old stand, Smith St. Uwa, or any, Agent or Bub-Ageot ol Dominioc Laade. W. W. GOBY, WANTED Wanted at once, young girl light housework. Apply Mrs. W. C. Ives. 26W! WANTED By young couple two or three rooipa] furnished, in., privte house: Skeith it Phone 859-6] Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication e it is this fine stream is running to waste in the creek bottom. Five years ago a gush- ND HAND ROUND STREET Look Out for ,TKat U the Store for Bargains frank Waddington TELEIPHONE: 1201 his father, mother, son, daughter, brother" or sister. In certain: districta a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a, quarter-section alongside his honie- stead. Price J3.00 acre- Duties. reside six months in. each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra v; A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right .and cannot'ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead-in certain, Price 13.00 ;per acre. FOR QUICK SALE 5550 piano for cash. Splendid value, must have the money. Apply Box S. T., Herald Office 262-6 SALE One four roomed house on Wes- minster Road south of Gourtlahd St. Apply Mr. C. C. Edwards. 262-6 reside six mpnths_ in .'each'.-.of .ttjr cultivate fifty: acres and erect house worth 1300.00. w. OOEY, Deputy of the Miiiater oi the .Interior. publication of His' 'advertisement will' not be "paid or." FOR RENT Two modern houses, a month each. Beady Nov. 11 Apply Skeith Tilley 262-2 Suit FOUND case found on Smith street Owner can have same at store by paying for this ad. 262-0 to m i.i of tO STRAYED A bay with harness on, weigh about Ibs., shod in front, 1 years old. Finder will please notify J T. Moe, Sec. 9-15-23. 263- Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip to CALIFORNIA or anv Pacific Coast Point 15th of each month REWARD Lost, two bay gildings, branded. 83 on left shoulders and one W. H. on left hip and on right hip Alex. Taber. 25ft_6 Friday, 30th, and Saturday October, from 9 a. m. tin D. M. Entrance on Coutts Street. er broke out on Eldorado adjoining Claim.No. 3 and carried such an im- mense head' that it formed an im- mense elacier in winter. A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant NOTICE After the 31st day of October, 1906, all accounts owing to the Lethbridge Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over to their solicitor for collection. Or a trip to Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Or any European point thought of. This line is equipped: with unexcel- led first class coaches, tourist and standard sleepers, and dining cars, with safety, speed and Order. 259-16 You will be suited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans ana presses your suit. Your suit is guaranteed to suit you. MARK JOHNSTON 27S NOTICE NOTICE I am prepared to take in horses by the month or season, plenty of pas- ture sinvw stscks and Ap-1 ply at Hemelryks farm, 6 miles east of town or address Jew. Fielding, fort. For folders and complete informa- tion apply to J. T. GRAHAM, J. E. Proctor, District Agent, Calgary, Alta. Lethbridge. 261-6 All supporters of C. A. Magratb list are requested to report at the Conservative committee rooms, Room 14, Whitney Block. F. J. McKEOWtf, Hamilton, Ont, Oct. H. New York, Oct. ths sub- way station at 23rd street was crowd; ed today an unknown man threw himself directly in the path of a rap- Raeburu, draughtsman for the Bert- idly moving tram. ram Co., at DundasJ was instantly killed yesterday by Shooting himself at Mountain Sanitarium. was ill-health. The cause ing toward the exit or stood, fixed with horror as they saw body .decapitated and ground pieces under the wbeela. the to ;