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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTH8RIDOC, ALBERTA, WtDMUOAY, SEPTEMBER M, IM. PAQt THRU Look tor ftfc Trademark This hademark makes every man jud je ot fine hand-tailored garments. When he finds the Fit-Reform Wreath, he has found everything that constitutes the best in tailoring. Cloth, trimming, workmanship, style, fit and arc included in the guarantee that goes with this trademark. _J It is a good thing to look for and a mighty good thing to you will always find it in the genuine Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, made by the founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Suits and Overcoats, 15 to 1 McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbndge. took tor foe labd Starvfield's .Underwear comes in three weights winter wear. And you can get just the weight jrou want by looking for the label on every genuine Sunfield garment. Ee4 light, wejght medium weight heavy weight OUR LETTER BOX. (Tha. Herald is not responsible for expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will he refused. C. P. R. STRIKE Editor of the Herald: read reports from time to timo in the papers- that the C.F.R. have got all the men they want to Yovr dealer win likciy nave all If Dot, he can get them tor you. STAKFIDJS uirro, TIDtO, iofa take the place of the strikers and. that their trains arc all running on ime just the same as if there had ot been a.strike. That is all very to deceive the public when they ave nothing but the papers to de- end upon for information he majority of the papers are run >y the companj' cither, directly or in- directly. It is not a very sure way jf getting to the true condition iffairs. They say that they can han- dle the grain. Well how is it that ve see reports in the papers from lifferent places that thc-clcvators-mre .11 full and they cannot get cars to take, the grain away. Again the and which they; us HUMV re- use to accept, Any person who has ollowcd up the events leading to the present trouble will know very well thut it is the company that were the instigators of the trouble and not the men and the people of the country will have to suffer for it, Look back two years uml no'ce the j that took place on the west' oru prairies for the want of coal, fhc'y tried to blame the miners' strike the summer previous Inn; it was not the strike that caused it, it was simply because the railway company could not move the material. There was no strike then, and power and curs were in good shape and men working full-time. what do they expect to do this coming winter which promises to Ix; such another us two years ago, cunnot bo imag- ine'.! at all. They cluim to have lots of men but what 'kind of men are they? -Not the kind to work for the interests of the country nor to spend what they do make in the country. and if all accounts be true, they arc making lots of it and getting their board as well, which the former men were not allowed to do. If they made over a certain amount every n.onth there was a kji-k and as like as not the company would cut down the hours of labor as well and now they turn around and give to tho aliens what they refused to the citi- zens of the country and they are practically doing nothing for it, as the condition of the engines and cars clearly show. Soine of them openly boast that they are not there to work -but merely to put in the time, so how they expect to run their road with men like that cannot be imaginr ed. They talk about the laws of the country but how many of those lawa have been broken in the past six or seven weeks. Why we read of it in tho papers every the C.P. R. company are breaking it and defy the law. We read in the papers from different places where these things that they are importing arc openly breaking the laws and some get off free while others get off with a very small fine. That looks bad for Ca- nadian laws. Where you will see a citizen sometimes only gets a little too much booze in him get sent down for thirty days. What is the government doing? Why nothing that FOLLOWED HER MOTHER'S EXAMPLE. AJTD xirr DB. Emior ot Woo IN THI The Auction Mart 410 ROUND ST. Thursday Next, Sept. 24 AT 2.30 PROMPT Mm. W. J. WOMB, Terier, I of JMT tiptrkBuo In the following _ WaddimLon Gibbcn g WILD my HUlt Last summer two yean, was takeu Who are dissolving partnership will Itt with Bummer Complaint, and as my soil by public auction absolutely mother alwajv kept DK. FOWLM'S without reserve th.2 remaining stock !n the houat, when I was a child, I teemed 2 Of New and Second-Hand directed and ww at relieved, and after couple of were taken was completely cured." Dm. EXTRACT or WILD I 9TKAWBKMBT imptfU a healthy U all mucous fuzfMM, and beak all forms of canker and counteracts all tendency to Dain and mnammation, Springs, Washstands, Sewing Ma- while it givas the debilitated ]chines, Extending Dining Tables, Wbcc to MM U rett place it ta cfhwu. If wut MM tUt 25 c MC 6 iMcrtiofis for SI FURNITURE including Sideboards, -Bureaus, and Stands .Bachelor stands, Cots, when weakened by exhaustive of whatever nature, best and safest Dysentery, Colic, Crampi, Pain in the Stomarrh, Sea Sick- thui it the remedy for Diarrhoea, i, Cholera Inlantum, Cholera Morbui and all .Summer Complaints. Price 35 Manufactured by T. Milburn Co., Toronto, Ont. DR. COURTICE DENTIST Graduate of Northwestern University Dental-School, Chicago Now located in Macdonald Block. Cor. Round Rfdpath Ste. Rooms 11-12 Hours: 1-5. Easy Chairfi, Baby Buggies, Parlor Suito in Mahogany, kitchen ancl other tables and a large quantity of useful sundries etc. On View Durinf The Week The auctioneers call special atten- tion to this sale. Every lot will bo sold to the highest bidder. Cash Telephone 261 POSITION WANTED Refined Enlish lady with child 4 years old desires position as house- keeper in city. Small remuneration if good home. 254, Calgary. Address P. 0. Box 236-6 WANTED By bridge man, position in of- fice or store- as clerk. Has good edu- cation. Apply H. S. Skelton, P.O. acre Box 473 City. 235-6-p WANTED First Class Carpenters at once. None others need apply. Smith Bros. Wilson. WANTED Dining room girl, Chow Sam 8YNOP8II OF COAL MINING REQ ULATIONS mining rifbu o( iDe Dominion in Yultoo Territory, the North-Weal Territories and Briiiab may be tor n term "of twenty-one at to acaual reuUl of an Not more than acree will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a muii made to the Agent or Bub- Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. Iu surveyed territory hur" must be described by sections, or U gal subdivisions of and uuuurveyed territory the tract appli ed for shall he staked out. Each application must be accouj panted by a fee of which will rfetuuded it the rights applied for are uot available but not otherwise. "A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the iniiie at the rate of five per too. Co. 33-0 A meeting of the City Amateur Baseball league will be held in base- ment of Methodist church tonight. That we arc best And beat the rest IB now expressed By those who test OUR NEW CAFE Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORKKS AT All HOURS we can find out. 1 do not think that that is looking after the interests 'of the country. If a few of the officials of the railway company choose to get at differences with the employees be- cause they refuse to work under the rules and conditions that they lay down, for them and stake the wel fare of the country on it, then it is time for' the government to step :n and take hand in it. If tiiey can not or will not run to suit the conditions of tho country then 1 sa months to get the power back into shape such as it wa.s the strike. These large companies can not get along without men and first class men at that, hot the kind they are employing at present, who work a month or two get up and go somewhere else or when the cold wea- ther conies on, a warmer cli- mate as most, of them will do. If a man is worth having he is worthy of being paid a wage fit to live upon which''at the present time is no small item. 4 We large turn out on Labor Day which should make the working man feel proud that he does belong to the working class. Now brothers and fellow workmen turn out on el- ection day on the of October and march to the polls with the same marched the streets on the "7th of September and show the people that supposing we are working men we at least have a lit-' tie say in the running of the country. Sympathizer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership hitherto existing be- tween Frank G. Waddington and James B. Gibbon, trading as Wadding ton Gibbon, Auctioneers and Deal- ers, 410 Round St., Lethbridge, has been dissolved by mutual consent (dis solution to date Irom Friday ,Sept. All parties having claims against the said firm of Waddington Gibbon will please forward accounts on or before Thursday, Sept. 24th and ali monies owed to the firm must be paid witliout fail by that date. On and after Sept. 25th the business will be carried on by Frank G. Wadding- ton solely. WANTED Dining Room girl. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 236.0 WANTED Bridge Carpenters. Apply at Gen- eral Office A. R. 1. Co., City. 236-6 WANTED A First Class Salesman for Gents Furnishings and clothing department E. J. Hill Co. 236-0 At once 3 or 4 smart boys 14 to 1G 5rears of age. Lethbridge Woollen Co. 237-6 shippers cannot get cars to ship their coal. Why? Because they not Ifot the cars to give them and .if they had they have not got the lower to move them. One agent after supplying some cars to relieve a blockade, rushed up to the authorities who had made a complaint and told them that he had supplied seven cars. Well seven cars at a time would be pretty good fish- ing providing they can always get seven when you wanted them, but when you want Irom seventy-five to a hundred cars and can only get se- ven ancl that not very often, it is not a very satisfactory way of do- ing business. What are the farmers going to. do to sell their grain and get their money. Why they are down and out right away. The chants will trust them for a certain of time if they have the grain but when they cannot .sell it and get the money, then the will shut down on them. It is not a very bright prospect in the face of what threatens to be a hard winter especially as the majority of farmers depend on their grain alone for living. And if they cannot move the grain out of tho country what are they going to do about coal? There is another serious problem the peopl will have to foce. The mines ar shutting down on account of no being able to get cars. Why? Be it is time the. ment took over the railway and ran it so" that the citizens of the Domin- ion would get satisfactory "railway service. I see by the paper whero Sir Wilfrid Laurier in his speech at WANTED Lady (experienced) would Every ol coal ruining which are not operated shall furoiih the districHAgent of Domin- ion with a sworn to that effect at least unce iu each year. The lease will delude the coal mining only, but the leaee ma; be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mice at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication o! this advertisement will not be ynid under- cause the officials of the railway scf age, to the extent of one-quartet liction of 160 more or leas. Application for entry must be made u person by the applicant at H Do- minion Lands Ageucy or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land ie situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made ut an Agency on certain condition? by the fathtr, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader ia required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three yeara. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, not leas than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not -meet this requirement. (3) If thejather (or mother, if the One dark bay horse, shod all round, leather under left front shoe, rope around neck. reward for return to L. P. Oliver, Lethbridge. Anyone retaining this horse after this will be prosecuted. 240-2 LOST On Saturday, a black .and rod plush buggy robe .short distance east of city, on road to Foster ranch. Finder will please leave at this of- fice. 232.-0 BE SURE AND TRY IT ASK FOR IT BY NAME AT YOUR GROCER'S TKACMKR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New. lands School District No. 1145, duties to on 1st ne-xt and to continue 3 the end 01 term. Apply experience, what salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. One brindle LOST cow, without horns, no white on her at all. Branded fl on the right shoulder. Vmaer apply at Horuld Office and receive re-ward. 237-6 LOST One gelding, dark bay, weight 1050. branded inverted Y on piralki bir halter scar on nose. Reward on return to G. Gowin, North Ward. 235-6 REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE Only been in use about six months A bargain. Apply to X, Herald Of- fice. 239-0 RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'- clock Thursday, Sept. 24, for all the masonry and carpenter work requir- ed for the erection of a brick and store_ and office building next to the Bentley Co. The lowest or any tender not ne- father is deceased) of a homesteader baa permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) -acres in extent, ID the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead tillered fot by him in the licinity, puch homesteader may perform his own residence chitiea by living with ihe father (or (4) The term "vicinity" ni ;ne two preceediug paragraphs i-i uefined as meaning not more than mue miles in a direct line, exclusive the width of road allowances crotdcd iu the measurement. (5) A homesteader mteadiaf to perform hid residence dutiea in ac- cordance with the above livinf with parents or on farming land own- ed by hirnbelf must notify the Ageui for the district of auch intention. Six months' notice in writing be given to the Commiwioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention U> for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Mimater ot th> Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not for. BORROWED OR STOLEN A Day Bicycle from the Bryan Hlock about fivo o'clock Friday after-! cessarily accepted, noon. The pnrty taking it will please] Plans and specifications can be return at save trouble. R.' seen at Room 9, Whitney Block. K. Moore, Bryan Block. 239-2-p F. B. ROLFSON, L. M. Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Back. 13-lTT NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic, vaudeville or dances. Howard House. Crabb St. A FINE HALF-SECTION, TWO MILES FROM WILSON SIDING, ONLY PER ACRE. LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE. Ott Block ;