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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UfttfiftfftOfc, OCTOtlll I i nmvu AMI v 1 m EiEJV UWLl in Wall Addition Close In Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong poiuta of Place icM tr U real ftaa it Ah cdw H vant Mj IMC tbia t5c MM iaserttoc f ittcrtiMC for SI RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hogU of friends. Are PURE! Lal't Tea is Sold only in LetHbridfe by THE BENTLEY co, LTD FOR The C. B. Bowman Agency v Post Office Block Phone 200 Tom Marks Co. IN tOSt iC IMG JIMS] Matinee Satorday at 2.30 BUSTER BROWN Night Prices Matinee lOc and 20e in every respect. Let something l Uoue immediately in iMs regni-'l those whose power it is ID J'lHi a step would be gronlly api'i by au ever indulgent public Don't miss Emerson VanHorn in their new tonight. Come and laugh. 713 winter comes round.those arc- the men who tell you to But they keep their own relations on the farm at the ...Government expense while the poor Englishman has to up his bundle and go. Lelhbridgp, North Ward Galveston, Texas, baseball players have organized a .labor union which will affiliate witK" the "American Fed- eration of Labor. The idea is to cre- ate a fund for'a ball' players' home- also a :fu'nd modelled somewhat oh the general plan of the Actors' fund The mforis! of labor Alain tf WwkapMi fatty aid Db- ossei (jmspudnce MI Tifics if hterest tt ky a Lafcr la, respisiUe fcfe Views expressed The Trades and Labor Congress of "nature and' extent'of their so-called Canada arc out with, an appeal to the various affiliated bodies for fin- ancial'assistance to send W; R. Trot- ter back to. the Old Country to con- clude his missionVtvgainst the immi- gration frauds. The report of his work at the and Labor con- vention at- Halifax' is very1 interest- ing: rending; referring to. the im- migration policy pf the Salvation Army, he has this to "With the exception of the Manu- facturers' Association itself, no so- ciety meddling with immigration has earned for itself such universal con- demnation as has this busy body. The workers of the Dominion who are in best position to under-, .stand the effect of their policy, arc now up in arms against a contin- uance of this system'and pub- lic become better acquainted with the employed by these people, a revulsion of feeling will set in which will demand that public money shall no longer be by... irrespon- sible parties whose lack of knowledge of the effect of in'lie and to some extent disnna crit- the labor historical. icism. "With their religious work" this common with the Central Ivj.i- Vsocial the "Array" is enab- led to advertise and "boost" its own schemes xipon the money thus sub- scribed, with the result that today :t ranks as one of .the most widely known combination of emigration touts in the British Isles.; Almost every pewspajxir contains advertise- merits of the advantages oT booking to Canada thfoiiifl- their ag- ency. Huge posters decorate tii? boardings, and in some places electric Signs tell you to "book for Canada, through the Sitlvation Anny." They have an advantage over the ordinary tout inasmuch as they make' the pubiicTpay alt -advertising and other expenses, A "self-denial week or a house-teahouse bombardment will genoralJy produce, enough funus to keep the game going a while long- er. -In the emigration section of the "Army" one notices all the features of the old-time agency combined wiih just onoHjjh.of the "odor of sanctity" to blind the aforesaid in'dulgonl puV each case., The charged the the full oooan fare'and inland rail fare and also (5) as a "landing fee1' and an additional for "possible contingencies in Added to this you have" the commission on steamship and railroad fare and the Canadian government subsidy. readily appear that such a profitable business is not one which the will' be easily -persuad- ed vto 'forego" 'and any" statement which will be likely ,tq__affect profits through a .check of emigra- tion through their office will be com- batted by them in every way pos- sible, as they are out and would not be found in the ship- ping business if it were not directly profitable." MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Briggs, M. A., Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R .0., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Re citals, Etc. Terms on Application Lcthbndfe, Alberta. Dainty fmitate Frank airchild who was at tht Lyceum ast week. WANTED Hotel, one chaffi- rrnaid and woman for house clean- ng- 268-0 WANTED Furnished room with board, in cen- tral location, by young gentleman. State terms. Apply Box T., Herald Office. 272-2 WANTED Coal nialiac rifbu of tbe in MaaitoU, Budntrtewaa. Alberta, the Yukon lemtoty, Territocleg and Britiitb be term oi yeart at an of acre. Not more than %JUO acres wilj be taued to ooe ApplicaUon for a LMM UUM be made to Agent or ot the dUtrict in vbieh the righto ap plied fox are lituaied. IQ surveyed territory UD-' must be described bfaectiooa. oi U gal iubdivigiotis of sectiooi, aod u> uDsurveyed territory the tract appl: od for shall be staked out. Each application tuust be aecom panied by a fee oi 15, which will refuoded if ttfe rights applied for are uot available but not otherwiM. A A waitress Apply at Coaldale Res- 272-6 WANTED Bookkeeper wanted. Must be exper- i'-nced. Apply to South Alberta Lumber Co., corner Ford St. and Westminster Road. 272-2 WANTED Au experienced miner want-ed at once to operate mine on percentage. Winter's job to right man. Sec. 25- 14-22. Apply to W. J. Bell, Optic, Alta. 71.3 WANTED A housemaid. Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mewburn. 268-6 BOY WANTED Position and home for good boy, twelve years of age to make himself useful and to go to school. Apply Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents for Rdyal Collkrks Ltd. AH Standard Stocks Handled Box D., Herald Office. 260-0 royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the tniae ai 'ate of five cents per too. Every Kisee of coal mining righU which are not being operated furoiah the district Agent ot Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement U tnat effect at leaat once in each year. The leaae will include the eoal mining righta only, but the leaee may be permitted to purehaae wbatevet available surface righU may be con- sidered for the working ot the mine at rate ot an acre. For full information application chould be male 10 the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Oi tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Landa. W. W. COKY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol Ihi: advertisement will not be paid tor. HEAD B. C. Accounts must be POSITION WANTED Wanted position at Lethbridge, by competent stenographer. Can take rapid dictation and make accurate transcription. Best references fur- nished if desired. Bernice Cornwall, c-o M. J. Conner. Warner, Alta. 270-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE or three teams of good work horses in exchange for town property. Apply P.O.Box 290, Lethbridge. 721-6 PAID before the 15thL ofeadh month Payment of old age- pensions of members of the -International Typo- graphical Union whose claims have! been. approved, began on August About 450 applications have been' made thus far from various parts of the country. v :i; The way the Trades and Labor Council are handling running of a labor candidate is riot slow. A convention is to be held in .the Labor Hall on the 9th of Nbveihber, at which delegates will be present from all labor unions. These gentlemen will iiraw' ap the platform and select a candidate to ruTi on the labor tick- et. If every -worker does-'his duty there should be no trouble in elect- ing their man. Wholesale Liquor Merchant PUeSO Taber on.the topic of immigration I have had handed me the follow- letter which some person wrote Tabor, Oct. Ilenson, of King and Fifth North streets haff moved to his cosy little home on Fro'nt St. .opposite the town "Hall... Two neat cottages ori the Douglas to "Reynold's newspaper" in Eng- arc completed'and :are i i.. fnr nrriinnnf_v to do, ex- gration Board, the "army" cirrumr the various distress commuters port has nothing ccpt to note that their in Canada is a mere side issue'to tro j Jr. the hone_of securing their aims of the "Army" in to tion business; and in Canadian emigration. "The Salvation Army has entered into the emigration business as a com mcrciul speculation. Existing as it docs, solely on the unquestioning be- nevolence of an indulgent public tvhv. have been grossly misled as to tin- Dainty Dorii to the public new tonight. early. more successful than th? "The shipping of -th distress committee emigrants was. a ptculiar- ly remunerative' proposition. The city councils had all the and thtv "army" got nil the glory, besides .1 considerable margin of profit ir. land.; "North Ward" seems to have been up against the real thing if his letter is any criterion. TOO MUCH YANKEE BLUFF- am anxious to warn my fel- low workers against emigrating to Canada as they will find they huve to work hard all. the daylight hours, Sundays in thd summer months for nothing, and then go to the towns in the winter and starve. To anyone who does not heed this warning I should like to give a hint not to take on with any American' farmer, because he is certain to hurt their feelings The American farmer vrill tell you that the Englishman s ho brains, and won't forget to talk about American "indepen- dence." If the emigrant is a truo Briton he Y.-U1 certainly not relish this. Last fourth of July, when I was working on a government farm in Canada, the foreman came out of iiis cottage and fired three shots from for occupancy. Charlie Johnson of Tp. 10, R. 14, is in town for his winter's supply. His answer after being asked how he liked homestead life was that- its charms wore to him far more agree- able than wore those of city life. His hens laid' more his cows gave WARNING Citizens are hereby warned not to usV an axe or other sharp instruments the ice on the cement side- walks. x, By order in Council. .G. W. ROBItfSON, '263-6 Svhi ;i now his revolver and shouted hooray lor American independence. This man still getting his living out of the ftritish 'government. When which will be and every storm. The C.TM1. far from iflool nt ;ilso vrrj How Popular Sanfs Came to Their End at the Lyceum Don't miss Witch's Son, the Lyceum to 271-> PUBLIC NOTICE Sittings of the District Court of the "trict of Leth- bridgc The sittings of the District Court and the District Judge's Criminal Court of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will be held at places and on the dates given be- low 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 28th. 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. Tuesday, Janua? 19th. Tuesday, April Oth Tuesday, 7th. Tuesday, I6th. "STfidnesday, January 20th. Wednesday, September 3th. Wednesday, November 17th. FOR SALE Mare, B years old, fine driver, single, or double, or saddb. W. H. Conibear, 431 Bartlott St. FOR SALE South. "African-.Veteran. Scrip for sale. Apply J. Windsor Hotel, or P.O. Boy. 180. FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord of A1 foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. tf. Wakeley. 254-0 FOR SALE Apply Western Stationery GJ.- 265-0 FOR SALE. A handsome light oak sideboard and one leather couch.' .Apply to Box S, care Herald. -270-6 Complete change of pictures tonight at the Lyceum.' 271-3 STORE TO RENT Hill -Block Dufferm St., store sixty feet long; Good show windows. Ap- ply E. J. Hill Co. 266-0 FOR RENT One half of atorb, centrally.Ipcated, siz 12 1-2 feet by 25 feet, rent per month. Apply Box E., Herald. 270-S NOTICk I am prepared-to take in horses by the month or season, plenty of pas- ture, straw stacks and water. Ap- ply at Hemelryk's farm, 6 miles east of town or address Jos. Fielding, Lethbridge. 261-12 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who. is the sole head f a family, or anyrmale over 18 years -Id, may homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry oy proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sw ter of intending homesteader. upon cultivation of thtj'-iand-in etch: oi three years. A homesteader may lire within nine miles "of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 actxs solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, aon, daughter, brother or sister, In certain a homestetder in good standing may pre-empt A quarter-section alongside his stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homc-steader who ban exhausted his homestead right and cannot'ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. COKY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. xes Canadian Pacific Railway SEA GRASS CHAIRS Arrived today, direct from the Orient, a large shipment of Sea Grass Chairs and Rockers, also nmost attractive lot of Screens These goods are very durahle, yet light, and most acceptable at they KO in any room. We are crowded for space, so-have priced these goods to move them quickly TUKPIN FURNITURE CO. The Home Makers Thursday, January 2lst. Thursday, April 32nd. Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November i6th. Tuesday, February 9th, Tuesday, May-llth. Tuesday, September 21st. Wednesday, December 1st. Tuesday, Majch .9th. Tnesdayv June 9th. Friday, September 24th. Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, 1908. Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip CALIFORNIA or any Pacific Coast Point Or a trip io Winnipeg, Detroit, 5t; Paul, Toronto, Chicago, Montreal, Boston, New York, j Or any European point thought of. This line is equipped with unexcel- led first class caches, tourist and standard sleepers, and dining cars, coupled with safety, speed and com- f a roduc-1 fort. tion of licenses from 150 to 110. For folders and complete informa- tion apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Afent, Lttbbridft. J. E. Proctor, District PMMflftr Agent, Calgary, Alta. The last discount day is the 31st of October. Pifv 1 lie IT in OC Satiirclay after- noon and evening until 10 p.m. G. W. "ROBINSON REDUCTION OF LICENSES Toronto, Ont., Oct. coun- cil tcklay decided to submit to a re- LlTltrilUUtll DR. O. 4. COURTICE Dentist of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonaid Block L. M Btrmttr Solicitor Office adjoinfof Union Bank. NOTICE After the 31st day of 1908, all accounts owing to the Lethbridfe Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over to their solicitor for collection. By Order. ;