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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDQl, ALT A., THURSDAY, APRIL 22, IMt. 1 MOVING PICTURES, ApVANCBD 1. Oreyhw Aliir 2. Grotesque 3. Cabby's Wife O O- When tbe Frost is on ibe Pumpkin Prices 15c and 25c. 1, The Thaten Dou In SlSis Hopkins or Foolish Kid" the 2. Princess Tarpeia The Famous -fail Breaker- 3. Teddy Thaten Sony: and Dance Artist CHARTER INSTALLED REASON EX- FOR SHERMAN'S PULSION (Calgary Albertan) The expulsion, of Frank Sherman from tbe ranks of the Socialist party was brought up at the Socialist meet ing held in the Labor hall on Sunday night. Comrade Hyatt in commenting this subject said: "You have all heard what the local papers have to say about the Sherman episode and the vile way hi which the party turn- ed him down. You have heard the one side, but remember there are two skies to every question and to learn the other si-de 1 refer you to an ar- ticle appearing in The Western Clar- ion, the official organ in Western Ca- nada. Sherman was expelled for bteaking his pledge not to support the capitalists in anything and Sher- man broke this pledge when he wrote the letter to Hon. W. H. Gushing which was ustid so ably in the last election CiUiipaign." THe following is the article appear- ing in the Clarion: E-STPULSION Local Calgary, March 29, '09 Tin- Dominion Executive Committee. Vancouver, B. C.: Lear Calgary Local No. -1 forwards the following correspondence and cuttings frojir Calgary newspapers relative to; thj conduct of F. H. Sherman during the election just concluded. The fol- lowing resolution was passed at our ncviing on Sunday, ilarch 23th: 'That the charge of compromising with the old parties be preferred against F, H. Sherman and that" all correspondence, in connection with the same be forwarded to the Domin- ion executive committee for immed- iate action. M. HYATT." Sec'y. Local Calgary No. -J The following letter was received f'-ora F. H. Sherman in controversion of the charge lard against Mm. Fernie, B.C., March 29, '09. B. J. UcKenzie, Esq., Sec'y. Socialist Party of Canada. Vancouver, B. C.' Dear T enclose you a carbon copy of rt. A 1 Popular Concert J; Will 1' Knox Be Given By Church Choir and Friends On Tuesday, 27 Proceeds in aid of Choir and Organ Funds Tickets may be obtained from members of the choir or at Robertsnirs Book Store. Admission 50 c'ents Lathers Organization Very Enthusiastic Young Local On Tu.'sday evening in tin- otlkv of tho secretary of tin- and La- bor Council iu tho Labor Temple, the local union o! the International, Lathers' organization received their charter and seal and are now .number- ed among the great brotherhood of union men of Lt'thbridse. The moi'ting was opened at 8.15- by the local organizer of tho A. F. of L., J. U. Kelsey, who in a few remark? reviewed the history oi ilie formation of the union and also mentioned a of the srreat aims of trades un- ionism, after which lie proceeded with the formal installation of the char- jter and the obligations of members. Election of officers resulted in th Ire-election of most of tho officers pro item., as follows: President C. Bar- vice president A. Moore; secretary treasurer. A. Mathers; 'Senrt. at Anus, F. G. Jackson. Bros. Barnett and Mathers both begged to be allowed to decline the honors of- fered, but their popularity among thoir fellow craftsmen, was so evident that they were, finally prevailed upon to accept. Every member rt.f the lo- cal is a live one. and special credit for work in promoting tho formation of ihe local is due to Bros. McManus and Parsons who spared neither time expense, in conjunction with the officers to bring the organization to completion. The new local will affil- .1 We have just stocked ti very pretty line of Our stock of Trimmed HATS is kept new aud complete L. J. McLEAY Kedpath St. Lethbritige 41111111111111 BOARD OF TRADE FORMED AT BLAIRMORE Blairmore, April meeting of the citizens of Blairmore was called last night for the purpose of <-rganiz- ing a Board of Trade. About forty of the leading business men were pres- ent. H. E. Lyon called the meeting to order and in a few well chosen words stated its purpose. Mr. S. Acheson was appointed chairman. In neat speech he outlined the work of a Board of Trade and the benefits I to be derived from such an organiza- i dwelt specially on the ne- SEVEN MONTREAL harmonious and unselfish ALDERMEN DISQUALIFIED action- The-chairman then called for opinions on the subject Builders and Contractors I Our increasvxl sales in Builders' Hardware con- firms our claim that we" have the right GOODS at the right price. Let us figure with you i I Hayr Bros. General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA. ill ii 11111 I-K MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR wood. Furniture Co-. Turpiu 111-3 FOR class grocery busi- nes .in good live mining town ou Crows Nest Pass, about twenty4hou- sand dollar pay .roll. Stock about