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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M.TA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1111 PAGE THREE Money Bad H You Waif M V. Every Fit-Reform Suit and Overcoat is sold with this distinct it nuMffetve complete satisfaction or you may return it and get your money. This is what the Fit-Reform'trademark means to you, so you can realize the importance of getting Suits and Overcoats bearing the little wreath shown above. "Satisfaction or money is the slogan of "Fit-Reform.1 Suits and Overcoats, 15 to ei McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole AgcnU lor LcAbridgc. of thaw this. OovemtiKmt sUrti out in the year 1908 on AII expenditure and an in- creasing o' obligations unprcoxknt- j ed in tbc: former biutory of country." H awful to hear him in the of but it must have Ixxm delightful to have Heard him in his churmiiiK "Oh, ,we don't care" mood in Prince Edward Island. Hit) "appalling" sense1 of the load of the nations's obligations did not then weigh so heavily him; lie had sloughed off his conviction that the country would be on the rocks If the annual on public works wus not cut_down. He, in his opti- mism, could" go even beyond the gov- ernment's supporters and pledge him- Kelf to another obliga- obligation that would work out at per head Q{ the popu- lation to be including men, women and children. Is said without prejudice to the tunnel project. The Liberal. Go- vernment will be quite as willing a.s any Conservative to build one when, such in feasible. Mr, Foster's pledge is used merely to illustrate -how in.jch importance must attached to his late on. the Oovernmenc's alleged extravagance and the "api-nl ing obligations" which confront tlv country. Mr. Foster evidently thinks that, weighed in the balance atra'.nst a few Prince Edward Island votes, a few score more milMons do not real- ly much uj alter. Unshrinkable Underwear can't ravel. lit is knitted by machines that lock every stitch, WeTstand ready to give you a new garment for any Stanfield's Underwear- that ravels-, just as we wijl 'replace any Stanfield's 'Underwear that shrinks. 4 Sizes from al to 70 inch in light, medium and heavy winter weights. Get our PRICES Oil Corrugated faron Gralvanized and Painted MeUllkSWtog MeUfflc before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shiugle and Siding goods in stock WkM yM hive to utt tr U reii pUcc it ii tUt CthMM, H wait uytfckf this 25e t iwcriiofts for SI DOUBLE TRAGEDY FOSTER IN PANTOMINE QUICK CHANGE ARTIST Wife Himtetf and Shoots (Ottawa Free Press) Hoii. Geo. E. Foster, on the stump, is the harlequinade of the political pantomime, the parti-colored pants of-the harlequin, in the pantomime.of the theatre have their counterpart in the contrasts of the hon. jreutlc- man's utterances. Here he de> ounc-s the Government for exjravugauce nnrf the National TraiioC'jnthinntiil rail: way; a.nd oil in 1 rirce Edward soMtyrs' ideas of economy to the r.nd sovs he will build a subnir-.rino tunnel; f yin the mainland to the .island, v inch, if it will cost one dollar, will one hundred million. This last statement is no It is based on fact. The tunnel under the Hudson river, which is yards, cost The .Nor- thumberland strait, between Prince Edward Island and.the mainland, i at. its narrowest ..part, thirtCSh aud half miles: and in making the ttunnel you could not, of course, commence on of the sea. y You would have to begin away.filick inland and grade down into the sea bottom. There would have to be an allowance of.several miles on the island and on the mainland; so that the tunnel would be not less than 16 miles, and at the rate per yard at which the Hudson river tunnel was constructed the total cost would be .The tunnel. woukLJxj the first big submarine .tunnel in the world, and Canada would have" lelt 'herself able to afford what Great Britain, with all her wealth, has not yet namely, a from the south' of Scotland1 to'the north of Ireland.- Of course, everyone cas sympa- thize with the position of Prince Ed- ward Island and its desire to Albany, N. Y., Sept. ap- pears to the authorities of Albany as a murder and suicide occurred early his morning on the Troy road just butsidif of Albany. The dead Jbodj of Michael O'Leary, aged about 45, a saloon keeper "of Albany was founc lying on the floor of the kitchen in Your deakr your and weight. If not, he can get them for you. 134 HUM, N.S. SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DISAPPEARS Taher School Without a vtstication to Be Held Sept. J. Davis of our public' schools v mysteriously "dropped out of sigh Sunday morning -by taking the ei-r gouud Flyer, his; :family accompaiu ing him? Seme time after his departure note previously written by Mr. Dav Office and Factory r. urn ram Telephone 153 YarJ, Swtk St. POSITION WANTED By young lady as stenographer and assistant bookkeeper in city. Ex- i perienced. First class references. Ap- ly Box B. C., Herald 00ice. 230-Cp WANTED General servant wanted pply Mrs. R. A. Wright. Waitress estauranl. pY HAD uiAiiiuiut" FOR SEVEN WEEKS Thousands of infanta die annually who could be saved by the timely use if DB. FOWLXR'S EXTRACT OP WILD STKAWBCSRT. There am be no doubt about it. Sixty-three experience proved this sterling remedy to be the best for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Morbus Sum- mtr Complaint, and all bowel troubles In both children and adulta.- _. Many of the imitations sold are posi- tively dangerous, as they often check the diarrhoea too suddenly and cause inflacimation. Always insist on the genuine FOWLKR'B. Sold at all medicine dealers at 35 cents a bottle. Mrs. A. B. De Marehand, Bath, N.B. writes "My baby vras troubled with Diarrhoea for nearly seven weeks. I tried three different aoctora, but none o! them do her any good. I .was advised to try DR. ISaVLER's EXTRACT or Wri4> STRAWBERRY and less than half a bottle cured her." Manufactured by The T. Milburn Co., limited; Toronto, Ortt. See thai their name is on the and thus insure getting the genuine. reliable means of communication with the mainland which the hard weather of winter will not interrupt. The tunnel inny come in tiine, when con- struction of tunnels has been cheap- ened and the resources of ion Govcntment have .nQt so many satisfy. But the present is certainly not opportune.. .A country1 has Vo pretty affluent- to bqfin the -world the fea- sibility of submarine tunnels. Be- sides, the but square miles ami the population to be served is only from the fiscal and engin- eering features of the project, the mum point of interest is tic pose of the honorable gentleman when he uttered these words, which brought him' thunders of "As'the sailing vessel has been superseded by the steamer, so will the steamer be obliged to give' place to the tunnel; I stand reaHyJ to implement "the. bond of union'by the construction of the. tunnel." It WAS so beautifully Fosterian; uncl, no doubt, when he said "I stand ready, otc.." he struck his hands to- gether in his emrJhatic'way and quite believed what he said. lie also -clapped his hands together and quite what he said-when in his blue ruin speech on the Trans- continental in.the House of Commons on July 17, he "And yet, notwithstanding all this appalling load of cash and oth- er obligations (the load is about -the- probable cost of of the Prince Edward Island tun- nel) that are to be met as much as the fates, are to be met in. their decrees or natural laws in their working out, no amount of 'Oh, wo don't will get rid of them; no waving of hands puts them out from fronting you; no optimism has cd on insufficiont of con-, stderation or knowledge of facts will over remove them from your path. They arc there, and there to lie mot. and this country must the home of H. A. Wilkinson, his brother-in-law. Nearby in a chair was the dead'body of Mrs. O'Leary. Both had received bullet wounds in the head. The police believe that following a quarrel, O'Leary had shot his wife and then killed himsrlf. Mr: and Mrs. O'Leary visited Mr. and Mrs. WiJkuiHGii, according to Mrs. Wilk- inson, as chicken thieves have --been active in the vicinity of their home, and her -brother had told htr that he and his wife would remain for the night and watch for the thieves. Mr. Wtlkison retired about ten o'.- clock, leaving Mr. and Mrs. O'Leary in Before she fell asleep Mrs. Wilkinson said she heard her brother pleading wth his wife to give him revolver which the wife had in her Mrs. Wil- kinson was awakened by "the and, placed in the hands of a neig'a- bor, eventually found its way to tne School informing them he had gone' to Jaw, to dergo an operation and would pro- bably not return'for 10 or 12 days. His closed and the trustees are in as to his action, and what'next to do. A rigid investigation .however will be made as soon as possible: 'sound of two shots fired iij rapid suc- cession. Rushing to the kitchen she found the bodies of her brother and his wife. On the floor beside a 32 calibre roolver. Cor- oner -Baxter: was' called. Mr. anc Mrs. O'Leary were year ago. married about a The Germans -are said to bz mak- ing a new kind gof bread of wheat or rye, for which the grain goes through process similar to malting. It is said to have a dalicate flavor, and by reason of the "process more easily di gasted. The sanrwvis true of beer which is sometimes called liquid bread. The brewing -of -The bridge Brewing-and Malting Oom party's "Alberta's Pride" convert the barley into a delicious food drink] that besides containing a high per- centage of nourishment, is. an aid to digestion eod-O Place Your Orders for OWING JUS. HUME I' Satisfaction Guaranteed at WANTED wanted. Apply Round St. Oxford 220-6 FOR SALE Repeating .Winchester shot gun in ood re-pair, one season's use, cheap. I. Dawson, c-o Macdonald Co. '229-0 FOR SALE twenty acres, under the irngatiorr ditch, close to town, suitable for a rffarket garden. Will sell for per acre on good terms. Apply L. S. Rip- ley, room 5, Whitney Block. 221-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ ULATIONS Coal mining rigbu of the Douimiou iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Vukoo Territory, the North-Webl Territories aud British Coluoroia, may be lot a term of. twenty-one years at AU aoxmal rental of an ucre. Not more than acres will be leaned to one applicant. Application for a muai be made to the Agent or of the district in which the rigbU ap- plied for are In surveyed territory the lac'' must be described by sections, or U gal subdivisions of sections, aad uusurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Each application const be accoin pauied by a fee of which will refuuded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the uiine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every 1 'xaee of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall -furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least uuce in each year. The lease will include the coal FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complete outfit, including necessary goods for immediate business. R. Sage. 222.O GOOD OATS FOR SALE Good oats for sale. Apply T. S. McKenzie, Southard Blk., 0. W. Kerr Co. 233-6 PHONE 289 Dining Co. WANTED room girl, Chow Sum 33-0 mining rights only, bui the leaee may be permitted to purchase -whatever available-surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate oS an acre. For full information application ahould be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W.'W. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of Ibis advertisement will not be ynid. tor. SERVANT WANTED Wanted, a good general servant, can cook. Apply to Mrs. J.A. Knaufi, 629 Round St. 233-6 TOOK WRONG BOOZE Huntingdon, Que., Sept. Moffat employed by Dr. D. F. Walk- er of this city used in. the stable for horse medicine, in mis- take for liquor Saturday and died yes- terday. He came to Canada two years ago. SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., pupil of the em. inent teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher of vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture and vocal music on and after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbnttge Conser. Coal, Ice and PRAYING; .Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors J Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 WANTED By lady stenographer, a position in city. Good references. Apply Box M. 230-6 i.uai One dark bay horse, shod all round, leather under left front shoe. Rope around neck.' reward for return to L. Oliver, Lethbridge. 229-6 LOST On Saturday; a black and red plush buggy robe ,short distance east of city, on road to Foster ranch. Finder will please leave at this of- fice. 232-0 LOST Bunch of keys, one postoifice and Kindly leave at 229-G two trunk keys. 'Herald office. vatory of Music. PIANO .21 per SCHOOL OPENING The fair term of the Garbutt Bus- iness College, Calgary, opened on August 31st, with a large attendance of new pupils, and as a th equipment of the school hfis been' considerably increased and improv- ed. Five new typewriters have been added since the beginning of the term, making a total numbar of typewriters in use sixteen. This number we are assured, will be in- creased as necessity arises. Before the end of the year the Principal ex- pects to have over twenty machines in" use. The other equipment is on a par with that of the typewriting de- partment and is thoroughly modern and up-to-date. Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. C. M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piana and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured "to gifted pupils. Persona consultation at The Lethbftdge Con. servatory of Music on and after Au. gust 31st_ 2t per Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Brokers. Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents for Royal Collieries Ltd. AU Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Ring Up 108 i When you want DRAYING Bone promptly and satisfactorily J JOHN BRODIE POUND NOTICE NOTICE is hereby-given that I will sell by public auction at City Pound (near Hospital) on the 28th inst., at 2 o'clock in aite-rnnon, unless sooner 'claimed: I red and white heifer, JIG brand. 230-6 J. GILLISPIE, Poimd Keeper. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do- minion lau'ds in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who. is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years ol age, to the estent of one-quartei section of ISO acres more or less. ipplicaticn for entry must be made i'u person by applicant at a Do- nJtiion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor .the district in which the land is ISntry by prosy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the'father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homestfjfider. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties, under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence Good store. boy. WANTED Apply I. upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he BO perform the required resi- duties by living on farming laud owned solely hy him, not less than eighty (BO) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet thia M. Banks' 232-0 STOCK WANTED WANTED Good second hand safe. Apply Box T., Herald. 232-G xuis is inu oiore iu uuy ll A selection is easily made froin a stock so complete and, clean. Yon will find'that our prices-are unmatched. -Another car in finest lot of Upholstered Fnr- nitnre that we have ever had in. All kinds of Pe.rlor Sets, Lounges and Easy Chairs, etc.', etc. The Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS WINNIPEG MARKETS Closing cash prices were: No, 1 Hard....................9 No. 1 961-2 No. 2 Northern 95 3-2 "No. 3 Northern................ 935-8 No. 4........................- 93l No. 5 SG! No. 6 Feed 1....................... 64 Feed 2 GO Oats- No. 2 White...................3S1-2 Barley- No. 3 52 50; No. 4 Flax- No. 1 N. 'No. 1 Man.................... 116 L. M. JOHNSTONE 1 and Solicitor Office adjoin IDC Union Bank, HAND STORE 4N ROUND STREET. LOOK FOR THE SIGN have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Ronsehold Fur- niture on sale at our rooms. If you are looking for first class goods at third class prices, come and inspect our stock. Waddingtoa Gbta TEUt-PHONE: 261 In exchange for livery barn on Re. gsna.Prince-Albert branch of Can- Nor. Ry., in live town of 700 people Good schoob, and country well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars, see FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel Lethbridge Also agent for-Wells Land Cat tie Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and im proved Vnd- Wil1 interested parlies over acr farm, 20 miles soath of Lethbridge Harvesting now in full land tor sale in vicinity. BOUNTY ON TIMBER WOLVES RESUMED Upon the recommendation of tl WANTED Wanted immediately, one first, clas-a nterior wireman. Keclpath St. 232-0 A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER Wanted by widow with daughter aje 11, with good education, hvho very, useful in house or with small children. Reasonable wages and all winter position desired. Apply M-, cjo Arbuthnott, Bellevue Farm. 32-6 (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned -solely by him, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the'homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foibyhimin the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence unties by living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceding paragraphs ia defined aa meaning not more than nine miles in a direct liue, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 7 roomed house on C'ourtlaml St., 1-4 mile from school, price for the district of such intention. cash, bal. per month. Ap- ply T. E. Pattoson. MADAME NORMAN Council have decided to, continue the payment of bounty on Tmber Wolves only, under regulations adopted on the fifth day of December, 1D07.N GEO. HARCOURT, 32-2 Deputy Minister of Agriculture. ments, dramatic, vaudeville or dances. Howard House, Crabb St. PIANO TUNING Six months' notice in writing must .13-O; be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to ipply for patent. W. W. CORX Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid TWO RARE CHANCES Two violins for sale, valued at for- ty and fifty dollars respectively. Xo offer refused. Cash want- ed, ftox Lothbridge. 232-6 FOR SALE Two teams 4 and 5 years; two A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner for the Assinniboia Musisc Co. Medicnie Hat, will be in Lethbridge on the 16th September inst., and for a few days thereafter. Orders for tuning etc., may be left with E. T. McGregor; Post Office Block. 231-6 I or. TKACSrtER WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for N< w. lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue Apply of harness; two wagons, rington, North Ward. J. W. Har- TTTE HER- ALD IS GENERALITY "UECOGXIZ- ED AS THE BEST NEWS .MEDIUM 23-M5 SOUTHERN ALBERTA. 210.0 ,o of term. jtatinR experience, what ncm nna salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 426, Lethbridgo. TERMS TWO SECTIONS NEAR WARNER, GOOD, See FIRST-CLASS LAND, PER ACRE, CASH, BALANCE ON CROP PAYMENTS ;ber Bros. Block Lethbridge ;