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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tfOMOAY, TWO this Trademar Suits and are alwayi in'perfect they will -that they lernce- style and give are the Iwt for the money, m bearing it, must give-somplsU mod tailing satisfaction or ybur money Behind this trademark U the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored Fall styles are ready. 'up. ively that Jlr Hwou U ycophaiil WpaUe ol making s purely raud stand pUy for support from he work inf man or that is a base iterate. There can be no middle ground to take; lw must be oue or McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbodge. the other. tliAt U if the Miner has not It is well known that prior to he last general election, Urge num- of Chinese were naturalized in this constituency. The Chronicle has taken the trouble to look up the re- cords and reproduces from them, a list of fifty-six Chinese all of whom were naturalized just in time to vote in the 1904 election. Iii each.... in- stance it will be a very wel known Conservative, and ardent par ty worker and friend of Mr, Herron sponsor for the applicant fo; pitizensHip papers, gave him a cer tineate'of good character and as ther be no doubt paid tiie naturaliz ation fee._ When We reads this list sad .re alizes that many more Chinese wer naturalized to vote for Mr. Herron in. all probability, it is to laugh -wben Mr. HerronN near friends seek to parade, him'AS the great friend of the laboring man who VoTuld keep out the Chinks to keep them liom competing with him. The Frank taper does not quarrel with Mr. Herron and his Conserva- tive friends for having naturalired the''Oriental.! to vote for him.- That was his and thc-ir undoubted privi- lege if they chose to do it but hav- ing done it they must expect to take the consequences. In the light of such a record they are unwise to hold him up the friend of the VIEWPOINT (Toronto Globe) An einiueut .finsnck-r of Toronto, tie who has never ho-itta d to stand with any ihst he ogteciued niorft why Ontario houlii now, at Issi JKnorc her bigots >f race and creed, sml give Sir Wil- :rid that wliich -us Ixien a prioeipai atnbition of liis whole useful, patieut, houoruble life. Canada, the financier observes, is ex- pandinf ftowinf rich on capital mainly iatorroweti from Great Britain. Jktween January sad August of this year no ICHB thaa had thus been to the govern- 6n ttiti tart K SIIMT I) Half i Bottli 01 DR. FOWLER'S KXTRA.OT OF WILD STRAWBERRY. Mrs. Win, Flewelliog, Arthur, Out., "I find it much pleasure to recommend DE. EXTRACT or iartct Whes atve ssytkisf Is sett sr to reif pUtt it b this cshNM. If was! ssytbisg we this coliMii 25 c i issertioss fsr ments, municipalities and sundry financial iastitutions in the Dominion. It nect-.ssaiy to contin- uance" of the COttiitry's marvellous progress that Laurier and his much- tnjst'ed Fiuanoe 'ilinistcr', Mr. Field- ing, should "thrown Who would replaee them' That pleas- Summer CompUint. My little boy. one fear old, WM very bad with it, and a few cured himT I siso used it ca my children for and still 'half the left. it too much." THE GREAT NORTH-WEST' (From The Standard of Empire.) A just been published IT IS TO LAUGH (Frank Paper) The Coleman Miner, the personal which should at once be 'acquired by organ of John in its everyone who is any way .appealed to begqile the peoplerof 'The Tass in- to by the inexhaustible romance, the1 lo the' belief 4hat to their inter- material resources, the history, and j t ft- tRif'Mr 'Kerroti should be re- the destiny of the great north land turned the House, is bringing the. of Canada. And before any reader ]augh JJn i each succeeding unthinkingly dismisses tliia i36Ue.'The Miner started in by as- land f rpraVhis -mind.; as mere wilder- j gerting in a general way that% Mr. ness, let >im- recall the. fact _that had accomplished .many prosperous capital cities, market things for -the benefit -of his coiistit- towns, and hundreds of uency; particularizing with regard to square miles of "cultivated crops ex- but .a' single action.. The Frank. ist in what, a few decades back, was regarded as the uninhabitable waste unable to recall more ithan; one particular thing which had part 6fr Canada; a snowy .wilderness sort. of.result, asked the of no use to any save a In hiat week's issue the Miner devotes about1 half a column to an. attempt to furnish ;-the specific instances of Herron'a effective work, during the course of which it states that he made :a speech of shutting out Chinese anil Japanese..and offered a resolution- to' provide 'that men working r'rhight satisfy homesteading requirements by having" their families live'on "the land. Indians; arfd trappers. The with; the plough. is pushing steadily north and west ;in Canada, _findingi richer land and growing finer jwheat' than any: he leaves behind him; and, r 3 curiously regards certain notions of the Nprtrt-Weat, a clim'ata more ttrnpc-rate; >nd than that of some of the older set- tled portions of the Dominion. It is now beHcyed'that'a Hudson "Bay rail way is a; thing fulure; Prince Bupert town lots are almost ready for the auctioneer is being grown .and milled' 400 miles north of Edmonton and it is highly risky and unwise to think- of -any; single portion of British North Amer- ica as mere waste- land. Having said so 'much, we wish warmly to ;com-; mend to the attention of our readers the book Messrs. Simpkin; Marshall Hamilton, Kent, of has just published: "Through the f Mackenzie by Mr. Mair. The book is important, valu- able, deeply, interesting widely informing; full of first-hand research and exclusive knowledge, not b? missed by those who desire worker and opposed to Chinese for by so they, as said, brand him as either a sycophant or as being ca- pable of the basest ingratitude to the poor Chinks. But why not drop this poppycock about such questions, the charges-of grfift, etc. which they know to be untrue and discuss the issues on .their merits. Sir -Wilfrid -Laurier is to the country on distinct, is- sues, approval of the new land "act, the Hudson Bay Railway and greatest of all boons to the farmer, free Crural mail Why not be honest and appeal to-the people-on the basis of issues such- as these? Why not? Because they" haven't got" them.- That is the reason -the Lib- eral party will be returned and why Mr. McDonald is going to be elected to strengthen the hands of Sir Wil- frid-Laurier and Frank incidentally JLo get something tangi- ble for this riding. ant tyro, Mr. B. L. Borden, and that astonishing man, Mr G. E. Foster, svhose .infidelity1 to -the most sacred fiduciary, relations han been rebuked vehemently and ovor again by such __ staunch Cojaaei vative journals is the Toronto News and Tlie Mont- Star. Ontario, sayg the impartial finan- cier, my simply cannot afford to take thc'ribk of drying up the stream of British capital, or so 'damming it that it would flow in only at the price of much-increased inter- est That to me good sense. On it he mainly bases a pre- diction that sane and canny Ontario is about'to bestow on the Federal Op- positionists the surpmo of their liv- es by giving taurier more support than ever before, pf course, at this stage of the campaign the soothsay ere prophesying vigorously against one. another. I will not join them, but simply say that the opin ion of that-financier would be mine if -I were venturing to declare one. I cannot OF lLD STRAWBERRY is the greatest for all bowel complaints such as Diarr- hoea, Dysentery, Colic, Summer Com- plaint, etc. Beware of imitations and told by. the unscrupulous dealer for the sake of greater profits. They are dange to your heaith. FOSTER SHOULD KNOW. (Ottawa fress.) Speaking at Tillsonburg, Hon George E. Foster is reported to have declared that Domin ion was a for jniddlemer grafters." Well, after his experience as manager of the-Union Trust Com- pany, he ought to_know. Mfl- See that the name appears on the wrapper. Price 35 eents, manufactured by The T bum Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont WANTED Wanted at once, experienced book- keeper, one capable of taking full c-harge of office. Apply stating salary to Box 663 Lethbridge Post- oilice. 242-3 WANTED Wanted at once a girl for upstairs work. Apply at Balmoral Hotel. 42-0 WANTED First Class Carpenters at once, None others need apply. Smith Bros Wilson. 23S-6 WANTED Dining room girl, Chow Sam Co. 33-0 THE HUDSON'S BAY RAILWAY (Hon. Frank Oliver.) "But again the Liberal government says that 'the West wants still an- other railway to Hudson's Bay Now what value will this rail- way be to the people of Stony Plain? Every cent it costs to put tlie Stony Plain, farmer's wheat on, the Liver- pool, market is a cent of! the farmer's rprofit. The Hudson Bay railway will lessen -the distance to Liverpool miles. It will bring Stony Plain near- er to the English market than Winni- peg now is and this surely must 02 a .great benefit to the'farmers. This hew railway will cost and it is .for the people of the three prai- rie provinces to clearly show by their votes that they want it, for the east- ern provinces do not. If the west- ern people do not support the Hud- son's Bay railway and if the gov- ernment'is .'defeated there will be no Hudson Bay railway. The people are not voting for me, but for a Hudson Bay railway. Are you fur it or against (Applause and_shouts of "We want WANTED A First Clasa Salesman for Gent Furnishings and clothing departmen E. J. Hill Co. 2364 SITUATION WANTED Experienced bookkeeper, time keep er and general office man desires sit uation; also evening work; best o references. Apply Q., Herald office 24H WANTED Cooper to set up lime barrels. A] ply at Summit Lime Works, Crow YNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RfQ Nest, B. C. 243-6 ROOMS WANTED Two furnished rooms or part of a furnishod house for light housekeep- ing. Could use two unfurnished rooms. Apply Box B., Herald office. 240-6-p rigby of tbe Dominion aUoitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon the North-Went and British may lesidd for a term of twenty-ooe ears at an annual rental of ao ere. Not more than will leaned to one applicant. Application for a lease must be nade to the Agent or Sub-Agent ot lie district in which the rirhtM ap- lied for are uituated. ru Hurveyed territory ;ne uiuet be described by sections, or U al Bubdiviaions of sections, and ID unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be sUked out. Each application must be accom panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated ahull furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at leait once in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee ma; be permitted to purchase whatever available surface righU may be con- sidered necessary for the working ot the mime at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, -Jt- tawa, or iny Agent or Bub-Agent ot dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior Store on TO RENT Ford Street. Apply Al- vin Ripley, Room 5, Whitney Block to know Canada, j ieases that ia the ;sum .-total of the Miner's list; of: things John Herron has done during four years in the of' Cpminons. We Basked the Miner io specify.- actions which produced" some concrete result! This is the" reply. One feels -much likeIsmiiing; that such a rec-brd should offered as a bas- is for returning- a man to Parliament as an. effective, member. i Thea the Mirier raised the point that-Mr. McDonald, the Liberal can- didate was a holder of land leases as being a should not be .elected, while it asserted that Mr. Herrori had-.no.such leases and no interest in The Frank Paper showed the exact; opposite, to be the truth, .that Mr. .holds A a P. R. PARTX Beacon.) The Tory party being bound body and soul.'to the Canadian Pacific railway, it is: reasonable, to believe they would do the Grand Trunk Pa- a competing: line, jus- tice? With a Tory government in power, .'the- bosses -of the C. P. R. would see to it that the favors came- ill Iheir way, as in the past. Both roads have received even-handed jua- tice from the government; and'will''continue to receive it. Let Laurier finish "his work. of it's o: One has only a small interest very considerable section of ..this 300- page volume consists of "Notes on Mammali and Birds pf :Nor.thern by Mr. Roderick lane, sometime chuf.' factor of -the Hudson Bay Company, whose quali- fications for the task .he has so ad- mirably carried out here are quite unrivalled. The body of the book forms a full and graphic narrative of th? Athabasca and Peace River Trea- ty Expedition in 1899. The author, Mr. Mair, was the English, secretary of the Half-breed Commission, and he has- furnished this notable work witji a good many, appendices, index, and innumerable illustrations of a most in- teresting character. Did space per- mit we would gladly devote several columns to this 'fine volume." As it is, we recommend it to our readers throughout Empire, among whom we trust that it may be widely read. SOME WHEAT The Wells Land and Cattle Co.. Ltd; shipped over bushels of fall and spring wheat ..this past month from their 20 miles' south of Lethbridge. This was raw land two years We have more for salt1 in the vicinity at'right prices, also improved land, i p particulars see and i Cattle FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hpttl UHrerta Rcstaarant For GOOD MEALS Shot Orders at all Hours Prompt and Efficient Oliver Block Phone 228 ROOMS TO LET Furnished rooms with board, home cooking, meals 25c, at Adam's Boarding House. 241-6 1 Canada Wvitern Chartered Corpormtton Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal for Alt Stamdard HandUd in any -srhile; John Hiirrpn Kolds two such Then -the laugh was the Miner again. Next Jhe -Minerv devoted, column to Mr. -Herfon's attitude toward the Asiatic question and. .this Ume the laugh a :r-It ia un- doubtedly very funny. The Macleod ANYTHING TO KNOCK THE GOVERNMENT (From th'e JReginsi Leader.) Conserva- tive, crfticiiea the Govern- ment, because it charges an acre for preTemptiOBS in the West. It says fl is all .that should be asked. The j HEAD B. C. Conservative, also condemris the Liberals for charging an acre. It says the people should be charged an acre. With i the .Tory pre'ss it is clearly a case of anything to damn the admin- istration. OWNER'S SALE The undersigned owner- of north half Si-ction five, township eight range 10. situated about" 13 miles southeast from Lethbridge, anc about 2 miles south of canal, 1 miles south of Coaldale, _4 miles northeast of Wilson Siding. This is all good land mostly level, ex c.pt a few licres in southwest cor ner. Price per acre, terms on application. Address R. Hand, 32 Mohawn Block, Spokane, Wash. 242-1 publication of his advertinement not be paid TKACMtR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New lands School District No. 1145, dutie to on Sept. 1st next and t continue, o .the end oi term; Apply -tatiiv experience, what tttio. salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 426, Lethbridge SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do- niuion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be bomestead- by any person who is the sole head nf a family, or any male over 18 years age, to the extent of one-quartei sL'ction of 150 acres mop? or less. Application for entry must be made iu person by r.he applicant at a Do- (Liuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the" land7 ii situate. Entry by' proxy may, how be made at an Agency on certain NEW Chrfflfcrie supplies the facts which the "risabilities in relation to the Minef's article on Mr. Herron's advocacy ol the principal of "Canada f ;r the white "man." The Mirier quotes froin1 Mr. Herron's 'speech an the "House in which he tried to make it appear that he is unalterably op- posed to admitting the Oriental! .to Canada to compete with the white la- borer. The Chronicle shows beyond the posibilily. of 'a 'doubt that Mrc Horron waa .actually elected by the votes-of Chinese who were naturalit- od for the express purpose, of roting for him, thus proving quitev conclu- The Home Makers this store you can furnish bouse complete and fur- nish it just as you stock is so extensive. Never has this store made such a showing in Hoose Furnisbhigs. The Fall Goods are in now. TOD wiU save money on every article bought here and find .that, just as we advertise, this is ECONOMY STORE Orders Carefully Packed THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO; COMPLETE BOUSK FURNISHERS SURERLNTENDENT AT COAL CREEK (Fcrnio Ledger.) Kobort Strachan, who has beem" superintendent at the mines, has been. succeeded by Kichd. Rogh. Coal, Ice and i PRAYING! Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietorr Office opposite Balmoral PHON E: ea JUDGES OF WHAT IS GOOD Say that our bottled goods the best that are manufactured. We bottle the best. Our Alberta's Pride- beer is delicious, our ginger ale, lem- on soda, sarsoparilla, kola kola, iron- brew, etc., anri afll of soft drinks are refreshing and palate tick- Our prices and service are always right. LETHBRiDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY. Ltd 210-O WANTED Wanted, about "Section of gocd land, on crop payment. Write full particulars Box L, Horald Office. NO TRACE OF MURDERERS. Elkhorn, Man., Sept. After an extensive and thorough search of De- Clair district and the country north of here, Constables Ross and Smith returned to town on Saturday morn- ing, having found no trace of the murderers of Michael Sager and no Coleman Dr. Sawyer, Cowley's veterinary auirgcon was ,in town on Wiednesday on professional business. C. Fauae. of Lille, proprietor of the Lille Hotel, paid Cokman a-viait on Wednesday. Jas, of the Coleman Hotel left Thursdny on the local for Leth- bridge, returning today. The Coleman Co. have finished their' contract in installing a steam heating plant in the Opera House. Mr. Kred Cote has -charge of the work and this fact in itself U a guarantee of good work- manship. Mrs. E. Dia'ney and Miss Disney, wife-and daughter of E. Disney, Coleman's popular J. P. are spend- ing a few days in Colemnm. L. A. Manly has been away from Coleman for some time visiting Grand Forks and other of B.C. R. M. Bock, of Blainnore, was in town today. The Conservatives are holding tonight in the Eagles Hull for the purpose of organizing for the coming election campaign. The two iww boilers lately instal- led by the Coal Co. here have steamed up for the first time, this week. The llberta toitaiy and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET clue -which might lead to their cap- ture. conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader ia required lo--per- form the homestead duties under of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by. living on farming land owned solely hy him, not lass than eighty (80) acies in extent, in. tLe vicinity o.f his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on fanning land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on s homestead entered foi by him is the ttcinity, such homesteader mar lots NorUi of tte bilwl rt M iMotniiiter U. FROM 1 f EACH Picture Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each perform his own residence duties hy living with She father (or (4) The term "vicinity'' m two preceediiig paragraphs in defined at meaning not more than miie miles in a direct line, exclusive CH the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wKile living with parents or OR farming land own- ed by himself must notify'the Agenl for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, ot intention to for patent. W. W. GORI, Deputy of the Minister of th-> Interior. publication ut this advertisement will not be paid for. TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mb Ct (M Hi, W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER v L. M. Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. SB-lyr MADAME NGHM Disengaged for evening engage. roents, dramatic. vaudeville or dances. Howard House. Crabb St. No Use Trying i to beat OUT Prices I 2 SECTIONS EAST OF NEW DAYTON- GOOD FARM LAND ONLY PER ACRE Ott Block Bros. Lethbridge ;