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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBi^lDdlE, ALBERTA, PRIDAV. SEPTEMBER 26, I90�. Nothing Gained Without Effort No effort-no gain. Yet that does not mean tliat the greatest gain comes with the greatest effort. For instance, it requires very little effort to insist on having "Progress Brand" Clothing, and the gain is proportionately great. If, on the other hand, a man is satisfied to accept the first suit or overcoat that is banded down, and will make no effort to secure a reliable make like "Progress Brand" -he can't expect to have otlicr than shabby clothes and be a walking advertisement of his own indifference. Progress Brand*' Suits and Overcoats 1,00k what yon gain by buying 'ProgressErand': -stylish, perfect fitting garments -made of dependable goods -by expert tailors -and .sold wilh an uncondilional guaranteell-.at llicy must give salii;f;ict-ion or your mi^iiey back. The man who looks for the "Progress Brand" dealer and the "Progress Brand" label gains a great deal with very little cfT rt. The gain is not merely one of dollars and cci.ls (always an important consideration) but is the greater gaiii of commanding attention and respect by being always well dressed. 18 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY McKelvie 8i McGuire OUR LETTER BOX. (The Herald is not rosijonsiblu for tlio sentiments exptu.sscd in tliLs column. All correspondence nuist be accompanied liy tlio writer's nntmi otherwise puliliration will he' refused. -r^klitor.) ICditor l.otliliri,' over the columns of the 'Ulerald" llinn is the cuse with the other i'schiingos which come to llie Witm^ss Oflico. When rcadinp llic siippU-mcnt to the Herald rcioiilly. 1 was itinch ^n-ati-lied to Utiow thai ,\i)U had capable melt In the provincial poviM'nna'nt of Albi'rta. 1 have Ijecn tiiinkinpr thai tliey minhl ho iadiici.'d to take elTectivo measures to remove the abuses which exist in the present mode of electing mcmlicps to the provincinl parliament.-' I iieed onf.v to point to the rosulls in the last election in the pro lime (if Ontario, wh-n si.\t.v per cent of the total \(iles pulled elected eiffhty per cent, offhi' candidates sap piirliiifj^ the ;.' of much of the increase " twenty-live persons who had rcccivi'd the largest number of votes givcji in their fa\or throughout the whole province. _^ DOCTOR , , Fowlers^ EXTRACT I LSTRAWBERRXi DlwUooa, n-/�6ntory, 0r�mi)8, OoUo. Summer OoiupTaint nnrl all I'liucei o( the Bowels are rocoK-nized l�y ev.TyoiiO ae ox-oi;i;.llii,'iy diiiiiiuroUS, Tli�.--o dlHo.ixos ftro too .^ni-ioiu, liio raiildiy falnl, f.ir )t)u t!H (lurlriK tho itaal klxty-tlino ypirx. Wlion you nsk for Dr. I'owIoi'h b� Muroyou get it. Don't lol BDiuo uuscrupal-mi� ilra��i8r, pnlm oU' a cliuclude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be r-rmitted to purchase whatevei available aurfuoe rights may bo con--idered necessary for tlie working ol I he mine at Ibk rat^ of SIO an acre, l''or full iufonnatiou applicatiuD should be made to the Secretary ol lie bepartaieni of tbe'^ Interior, Otr wiwa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dondniou Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputx^Minister of the Inferioi N It.-Cnnutborized publicat'.on ol hi? advertiNemeiit will not oe paid' COMPLAINT ABOUT POSTOFFICE By such a system of voting each elector in the province would have an opportunity to vote for tho person whom he considered best fitted to represent him in tho legislature, and also with a greater probabilit.y that his friend would bo elected. Honest, upright, able men, who could not be elected in an.v single con stituency, would now be elected by the joint vote of ,thcir friends throughout the province, and without incurring any e\i>ense tj> secure theif election. .\nd when in parliament they cindd act according to the dictates of their own conscience without fear of displeasing party bos.ses. or unreasonable eleclors. That such a sxslein of ecpiitnble elections will yet prevail, I have no doubt, and f trnsi that Alberta will lead the wa.v. David C'urrie. Montreal Witness Ollice, .Sept. 17. Lethbridge. Sept. 23, l!)08 lOditor of Herald: Sir,-I_,want to speak n word with you about our acting postnnvster. We have a box with a number on it (or to it) an'l iiartics making; our family order their letters to he addressed to the number of our bo.v. Hut as there happens to be persons with sonic-thing near tho same name wilh boxes, nioro than half their letters arc carried miles away, and the jiarties fail to have honesty to return them. Now, our- postmaster has been spo-I ken to about the matter, and has j promised to reinedy it, hut he fails ^ lo do so. It seems to me thnt T.ethbridge is large ,'nough to afford better timber to make into postmasters. I'erharis our 1'. M. is near sif?lilevl iin o'clock Thursday, Sept. 24. for all the niusonry and carpenter work required for the erection of a brick and stone store and ollice building next to the Bentli>y Co The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and specilications can be seen at Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLI'SON. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in accordance with the above wl>ile living with parents or on fanning land owned by himself must notify the Agen� for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commisaioner ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intenlion tc ipply lor patent. W. W. COR'S, Deputy ol the Minister ol th* Interior. N.U.-Onauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for UF.AD THE T.KniimillGE IIKU-ALD IF YOU^WA.S'T TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH SOUriiEU.M ALBERTA'S ADVANCEMENT. L. M. JOHNS>ONE Barrister and Solicitor Oflice adjoining Union ' ethhridife Bank, M-lyr MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage, mcnts, dramatic, vaudeville or dances. Howard House. Crabb St. A Good Buy A FINE HALF-SECTION, TWO MILES FROM See WILSON SIDING, ONLY $15.50 PER ACRE. LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE. Weber Bros. Ott Block : Lethbridge ;