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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiRfOOE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, IM. PAGE THREE To ebooie the to buy MtfcUf of Good Ciotkct Experience U the great in the riyht market, to design to obUiu ft perfect titandtfaihiouable finish, eiperieuce Bulgarian Envoys Return From Sofia CLOTHING U nude by firm of OwadUn clothier. halt a century ot the work to their credit. DON UNLESS YOU GET A SOVEREIGN. W. E. SANfOID MANWACTUIING CO. WIKKWEO, MAN, Wfcetber Yoa Are Slender and Willowy round and plum] or a "good, big woman" can get a perfect fit in STANFffiLD'S Combination Suite Stmfeid's Undcrwetr m met m both Combmttions tnd Atkyev deafer. 182 A MUCH MALIGNED MAN THE MAN TO VOTE FOR Budapest, Oct. an address oday to .the Foreign Affairs Commit- eo of Austro-Hungartan delegates, iaron Von Aetenthal, the Foreign Minister, denied that the nejrot.iationg between Auatria-Hungary and Tur- key relative tc the Provinces of Bos- nia and Herzegovina and the Sanako Novipaxar, have..been broken off> aa reported in some ..newspapers. The iiaron'g speech generally hostile. He sjaid that Austria-Hungary in principle had no objection to an in ternational congress provided it wan prearranged aod in accordance with Austrian .viewa. He he believed that the prenent agitation in Servia would die out, London, Oct. Sofia conre gpondent of the Daily Mail states that the Bulgarian envoys to Con stanjlinople .are to Sofia thfcir mission haviag failed, Th Government, however, in still hope tul oi reaching an agreement with Turkey. Alberta Is At Head Of List J. G. TUR1FF: Liberal Candidate in Awmibou ENTIRE FORCE MAY RESIGN Edmonton, Oct. report the. city" council acquitting' Sergt.De teclive Griffith the charges made by Chief of Polite Major j Beale, and his 'reinstatement as a.' of the police force, will in all probability bring about a crisis in the police department. The resig- nation of all the sergeants and con- stables, are threatened as a result, and the resignation of Major Beale 13 almost a foregone conclusion as tbe latter is of the opinion that "the finding of the "committee makes it impossible for him to retain with dig- nity, his position as chief of the iorce. Ottawa, Oct. yield for this year, according to re- ports received by the agricultural de- partment correspondents hi all parts the province is estimated at 000 bushels. UD average of 21 s per acre. The oats crop ss estum'.t.- ed at bushels, and aver- age 35 bushels per acre. The barley crop at 21.570.000 bushels averages bushels per acre. The Saskatche- wan wheat crop is plated at 000 bushels, or 15 bushels per acre. The Alberta crop is estimated at 8.- 130.000 bushels. 30 bushels per acre. For the oat crop the estimated yields are: Manitoba, "bushels oi 38 bushels per acre. Saskatchewan, 29.7G3.000 bushels or 32 per acre Albisrta, or 40 per acre. ;f A 1LI BE RALv CANDIDATE r. Hon. Thos. McNuttir-Fbrmer Speaker cf the Saskatchewan Legisla- ture, Is Contesting SaKcoats More People Come From U. S A CLEVER YOUNG MAN Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch onfc your lights at auy hour of the day or night. Electric Wiring Af installed by m ghres tie greatest power and lightest metre bills Electric Supplies Of good quality in stock at close prices. MeKENZIE V ROY Electrical Deafen Contractors Rcdpath St, Aha. Phone Ottawa. Ont.. Oct. step taken by the Immigration Depart mcnt at the beginning of this yea to restrict all immigration in. Cana da congest the labor marke during the time of temporary indus trial depression have been most ef fective. Since January the immigra tion via ocean ports has couim to. less than half the total -rr-v- als for the corresponding periorl last yt-ar and those Vcho have come have been oi' the very best type of seniors The great majority are composed of British immigrants who have settled on the land or taken service as farm laboi'crs. The immigration of Ameri- can settlers into the Canadian "SVunt, most of whom are practical 'armors of independent means, has -Oa ihcl other hand, increased. The total m-S- migration into Canada for the month of September -was as pared with for tho same month last year, a decrease of -i7j per cant. From the first oi -Janus. until the end of September, the ?r rivuls via ocean ports were as compared with 101.050 iast year. The immigration for the mm; months'from the U. S. ;md last year, an increase of S4l or 2 per cent. MARTIN, Liberal Candidate in Regina KILLED THE FISH Malone, N. Y., Oct. have just discovered the forest fires the Adirondacks have wrought havoc among the routes which the many streams throughout the burn- ed section flowed.; Thousands of dead trout have been iound in. the .bottoms and along the edges of the streams and it is believed they have been killed by the impurities in the water caused either by ashes or smoke. ONLY ONE ANSWER Ottawa, Oct. W. C. T. U. asked various parliamentary candi- dates if they would support women's suffrage if elected, but only one in the district replied. The Wirerta Railway and litigation Compaif Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lob hrtt of tte liilratf nl lest of febriKterH, FROM fe Uri Also a iew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-third cash, one-third H months, balance 12 months. A good many lovers of tfcs light darkness are thinking minimum put on their light bills. Tt's all right in the winter when every person will use dollar's worth but at other times it is not alright. Even in the winter, time it may work a hardship on a fellow who is trying to keep down living expenses by living in a shack with only one eight candle power light. If I can figure up fight ho would have to burn the light an av- erage of eight hours a night to get his money's worth. That's going some.. Anrf then to make it worse it is decreed that he gets no discount on his dollar. The big fellow gets a thC I didn't think Dad would be a, party any dodge like that. A man burn- ing the minimum gets soaked tbe lull dollar and two hits for metre rent while a fellow burning gets lie off or has his rendered to the mini- mum. To put a fixed charge on the use of the metre is enough of that fixed charge business. Let a man pay for the light he used and no moro. Gee! T was glad to sec that Aid. Cunningham and the rest of Dad's Council have taken after the dogs in tho cif.y and now that Chief Gillespie W. C. SIMMONS, the Liberal Candidate for Medicine Hat Riding VOTE FOR W. C. SIMMONS An Advocate Of Railroad Competition A Lower Tariff The British Preference The Land for the Settler Advanced Labor Legislation Development of Canadian West POLLING ON MONDAY, QCT. 26 has taken the chase there will be interesting times KT the dog kingdom and likely some strange faces in the dog heaven in a -cw days. The least ly boasts arc a hanged nuisance and if the police manage to get rid of a few hundred of them the city wi'.l a more desirable place to live in j There are an awful lot of business men in this town. They loave their doors unlocks! or their windows opened or have such flimsy concerns for both that !heir place of business always ryrrios a standing invitation for the tc walk in and help himself. They ux- pect the police to keep everything O. K. hut the police like rrovidwcc, help those who help themselves, vhc- they be the merchant, or the thief. They help the former his stufT and they help the latt-r gl-o it back. Providence privies .a guil- Ity conscience to help tioned process but it has notls-sg ithe result of the ry the strong ;irm the 5uv to return to those they raise n Sam Hill of a roar thv> places touched and evict Ml-.v cxpfft to jhave one cop at the front ''.nor n id i knot her At the rear to Ifok alter their little preserve. Dad's council should pass a bylaw making it offense for a merchant to [proper and nectesary pnrriViivvS Trt j safeguard his own place. By the a few of them contribitcd of their dollars to the they would begin to there is something up to them in tbii ter and the sooner they it' the better, ;