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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 m 9 THBRID6B HERALD nnmiiiG c(Mm a ft. AUSnN, EMM- ai4 Muigtr. W. JOtDAN. Sapt. tt Jok DtpirtMat SUBSCRIPTION: ta A.dvano�  91.50 a year iOtlMnJriM ia-Ob a sraar Month ABVCRTISINO: . i;oo Per Inch Isn't it about tlmo that we had the oxpresa delivery In this city. The n�rald hiis agitated for this convenient tinw and again and the Board of Trade has also taken up the mat. ter but without any tesult. There ia hardly a city in the c3untry without expreas delivery. According to the evidence of some of the lumljernwn before the committee of inquiry at Ottawa, they are having an awful time to keep from starvation. The next thing we know the public will have to get up a benefit concert for them. phones, btit doesn't possess a gov-enmtent telephone system. Alberta aen't * Minister of Telephones, but It possessce a government telephone ine in actual operation. As far n? the Bell Tcluphonc Co is concerned the man who is pushing the government telephone lines ie Alberta should have been named Crushing instead of Gushing. Do you see the point? If not we can assure youthe Bell people dof Any party that will take advan -tage of another's absolute necessity to further his own interests has no claim- upon anybody's sympathy or support. The weight of public opinion will be totally against the part-I in the present coal nsining troubles that are known to bo taking advantage of the public's urgent need in order to advance their own interests. There is no doubt that the public is in urgent need of coal. Transpor-tation� and manufacturing interests demand a great supply in order to meet the requirements of the incoming population. Coal is a prime neceaaHy. The Lilferal Government at Ottawa continues to display a strong preference to Great Britain and the British. The latest evidence of thia apir-it ia found in the decision to reduce the postage on British newspapers �Bd periodicala. It ia not unusual to hear the charge made that our public men are grafters. There are sinners in every class.but we question if any countrj-in the world is freer from corruption . amongst its public men in high places than Canada. Vid you ever notice that some of the best known of our public men, when their' estates are probated, are shown to be com* parutively poor. B. B. Bennett of Calgary, has beaa made a K.C., by the Alberta government, whi^h being interpreted politically means "Killed Completely." It took Oedr^e C Foster nearly three hdurs to tell the Bowie of Commona tliat the finding of the In-aurance Cd&naiMibn tdiiehed 'hfim In a very sdra1q>ot. With Old'llan Sl^aoA in the Senate toe pi^ of iliaiiiard would have a chohccHo becdiife'u bHilH^^M the columna of the CraAbrobk Herald. It pkys to boost especliilly when you have one of the beat cities in tlie v-eat. 'like 1�thbrirta'a footsteps by arranging to establish a government telephone system. The miners claim thot the opera -tors, taking advantage of the lapse of the old agreement on April 1st, practically broke the provisions of the Conciliation Act by posting notices of a reduction of wages to take effect on May 10th. The miners on the other hand are breaking the spirit of the law if not its letter by quitting work which as far as the public is concerned amounts to a strike. 'I'hero is a distinction but no difference. It is practically certain that the Lethbridge union will not be drawn into the strike. It is time many men are leaving the mine. But in nearly every case, it is to go on to their ranches or to earn more money at other lines of work in the city. The referendum vote of 117 to 8 in favor of a strike was an expression of opinion that if after the requirements of the Ijabor Conciliation Act had been fulfilled, the Company did not grant certain conces.sions, they were prepared to strike. They have every confidence however, that the company, having honestly carried out their agreement so far, will meet their demands in a conciliatorj' manlier. The other mines did not break faith and strike to help them out last year i^nd they are not going to bireak faith to help out men who w'ere easy enough to be led into a secret agreement, or who will strike in the face of the provisions of the Conciliation Act and the efforts of the Oovemment to settle their grievances. Such is the attitude of the Lethbridge mines. Sherman's prediction that the Lethbridge mineswould be idle this week has been proved to he false. days bt them thVn the miner of a ten per cent, increase, or the operator of a slight decrease of expendi -ture. The public demands that the Government step In to Im'estigate :ind conciliate, and that the oppos -ing partiea observe the,law and honestly assist in the finding of a settlement. Hon. W. H. Cushing has offered himaelt as a buffer between the miners and the operators, a "cushion" as it were. Wanted-TWenty-five live industrial concerns in the City of Lethbridge to get out floats for May 9th. Two have volunteered so far. The School Board did well �-hcn it decided to build an entirely new school separated from the old. The style of the new wing is such that no building couW bo attached to it and look like a good building. A piece-work building is e^er an cyc-aore. Of all the committees of the City icOSSIPBytbel I GOSSIP ON THE SID� By the Tattler One could almost wish to die so that he might have a nice quiet ride in the swell new hearse that "Curly". Whitney showed the Tatler the other - - _ -........-n I iiiliifnt' allow them to leave the city without first calling in and seeing the mattersbf intoraat they have in store � � #- LKTilBRTIiaE TEMPEBAXCE AND MOliAL REFORM LEAGUE. About twenty people were present at the meeting held in the Baptist Church lasrt Thursday evening to consider the advisability of a temper -ance organization. Rev. Wm. Held, day. That is the only chance agreat jas president for the Lethbridge elec-many pwoi lo have of riding with carriage and pair. I" a toral district in the Alberta" Item -perance and Moral Reform League occupied the chair. The general opin ion of the meeting was in favor of organizing an open league, unafflliat- Council, the one with the biggest |encyclopedia in this country. People write inquiring of everything think", able or imaginable. The Tatler dropped into the office of the Secretary of the Board of Trade the other day just as he was reading a succession of interrogation marks. The writer was a plunvlicr who had been cl'CHihcd out by the San Francisco Arc, and what he wanted to know was: 1. Have you a water and sanitary seqcrage in your town? 2. How ntany inhabitants and hotw many plumbing shops are there? 3. What wages does a plumber, a machinist, or a blacksmith get? 4. How far must 1 go to buy government, railroad, or Hudson's Bay Co. lands? 3. Have you many mosquitoes? 6. What is the average rent for a six-roomed cottage? 7. Do you know of a town where a man who is a good plumber, machinist and blacksmith, is needed? What's in a name? Southern Alberta and the Pass ore the regions of coal and the sound of the word Jed with any of the regular temper is not the spelling is prominent in ,anco aocieties. A committee of seven their geography. But what is in the name? Coal Cnwk is noted for foot-bail, Coleinan for strikes, Coaldale for wheat, ami Coleridge for natural gas. Great muet l)e the knowledge, wide KMist be the experience, and diii'ersi-(led the lines of research of himi who is in any position to be fised as an contract on its hands is the accont-modation committee. Nothing short of extraordinary measures can meet the sittmtion. People by scores anl hunhrcds will shortly be pouring into this country and what can we lio with them? The committee must got a big move on, and do something in keeping with the enor-.mity of its task. Ne.xt Wednesday being the first in the month brings the Board of Trade meeting. E^ery business man should make a s|iecial effort to attend. The Board is not doing all it should to help on the city. The matter of a publicity commissioner must be at -tended to without delay. Delays are expensive at this stage of the city's life. Individual Interests should give place to public interest for a hours on Wednesday evening. So our local contemporary forgot Diir rxistehcc-was Rsleep na usual. An operator suggests that Sherman bo locked up and a miner suggests that Lindsey stay in Toronto. Waa appointed to draft a cohstitu -tion and report on hdmliiations (or dfScers at the flext meeting on Thursday evening in the Baptist Church. The work tit Mayor Gal  braith and Chief PHrry ^A 'enforcing the license law was heartily approv-M of. I Office^Ott JBloek Phone 1^7 The Red Deer Board of Trade eivcd seventy-two new mnnibers their last meeting. re at The Southern Alberta Coal and Fire Clay Co. has been organized at Tabor and is capitalized at fl.OOO,-000. Proclamation and Lindsey go to Peace River for a j ^^^j trip, so as to expedite the settlement We would second the proposal. There is no doubt that the miners have grievances. There is no doubt that the operators have matters to adjuat. There is no doubt that the Department of Labor is doing- its best to bring these things to a satisfactory settlement. There is ab -aolutely no doubt that the public needs the coal. With the miners working to their full capacity there would not be too much coal for the immediate needs. Settlers coming in must hgve their elTects and their ions demand cement, brick and lumber. Last year's crop of wheat is building material. Building oiicrat-not yet marketed. The public has We are in receipt of the Lamont Weekly Times, Vol. 1, No. 2, a clean, bright little sheet with the proper newspaper spirit in every line. The Tatler had the plcosure of conversing with a New Zealander the other day. Mr. John Mitchell of Auckland is not one of the Now iZeatanders of the type vc have in mind. New Zealand to most "^people The Calgary News, However, ven- jg ^ j^^j iUeals. a land where wo-tures to suggest that both Sherman suffrage, compulsory "arbitration perfect prohibition are extant because there are no ditilcultiGS to prevent. But conversation with this Auckland ofilniul gives us to understand that in order to attain these ideals or nearly to attain them, great diiBcultics had to be faced and overcome. New Zealand is noe theoretical, but practical and common-sense. One of the Calgary papers waa tooting a little the other day on the score that counting the automobiles in the city and those on the ^way, tltcre were forty-five cars in their city, and seemed to think jt,.-waa a big Ihing, almost as big as the university. But Lethbridge, according to population, which the neighboring city loves to dwell upon, has them skinned to death on the automobile proposition. There are now ten in the city and five more will arrive in a few days, making fifteen in all. In proportion to population, Cal  gary would have at this rate, about seventy. And what is more, we ara going to have an automobile factory in a few weeks and an up-to-date auto livery. Money to k� Spent in Alberta On Friday the supplementary estimates were presented to parliament Among the expenditures arranged for ara $3,000 for fitting up the Calgary Land office; $80,000 additional for Edmonton public buildings; $3,688 to finish payment ^on Red Deer Court House; $148.00 for salaries of additional post office inspectors and 'clerks; $30,000 for increase of sal -ary of Calgary post office staff; $12,-000 for the Eidmonton post office staff; $59,000 for waterworks, sewerage and roads in Banff park; $13, 200 and $8,000 revote for improvement of the Old Man River at MacLeod. The chief itctn of interest here is the vote to provide for an im- To the Citizens of Lethbridge, GREETING Now Know Ye:- That 1. Walter Stuart Oalbraith, by virtue of the powers vested on me aa llnyor of the City of Lethbridge, do hereby declare the 9th day of May. 1907. a Civic .{loliday, for the purpoae of celebrating the First An-niveraary of the granting to Leth -tfridge of its charter aa a City. And I hereby call upon all 'Jo �l citizens to observe the same. W. S. GALBRAITH. Mayor. God Save the King. LETHBBIDOE. ALTA. \ Our Insurante PiHaiimHft i WE nCPRESBNT The Cnnndn Life AMVffoace CieiiipMky. | TKe YorfceKire iflrc iaaunaee 'C�Mii�iiiy of ; York� Englnaa. The Aoi^Uent nn4 OiinrMtee Cttmimiy of ; CoAodn. The Ameriein Sorely Coaipnny of New! York. The Boiler Iaapcetioaaa4 lotorii^ Go. The New York Plote Obte laaolrifiee Co. I WE ISSUE CORPOKATE If Pi0ELITy|BONDS. | FOR SALE. Manitoba has a Minister of Tele- greater need during the next thirty provcment in the mail service. THE STORE Ot OUALITY CommeoeinI to-day and continuing all week. MRS. HUBBARD will demonstrate the merits of GOLD STANDARD TEAS, COFFEE; JELLY POWDERS AND EXTRACTS IW Bei&tfif of the Ladiea of the City and ttirroondlng Diatriet. The goodi are all guaranteed absoltitely pvre and the best on the market tOi^ay. Thit gnaisntee, being backed by a retpontible firm of many yean standing in the West, insnres ptrfeot.'aaC$ty in jour osing these goods. The demonstration by Mrs. Hnbbard, who is an expert ih her department, will gire yon �uy Tahiable hints as to the use and snperiority of these goods. Test the goods and ask for Gold StibdMd Beoeipt b66k when yon will be satisfied. For Sale-A corre.?pondence course In good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald oflae. ENGINEER. A capable engineer holding certifl -cata. la prepared to accept a position ia that capacity. Ploughing traction prrifarred. Apply Box T. Birald olRce. INSTRUCTIVE AS WELL A3 AMUSING. LETHBRIDGE. i$>$e�$i�tm$�e���e������$���i$�$$$�$$$ttneautiful souvenir fr�e, and on Saturday a big drawing will be held at which aev -cral very: valuable prizes are awarded to li^ky ticket holdera. Perhaps the most interesting part of the glass blowing is the demon stration made of the ctastiaity of glaHs. An inch of tubular glass i� heated, the blower plaoes the other end to his mouth ami blows t!i>ough the tu)� vlth the result that the smalt piece of heated glass ia stretched out a diatance of fully four feet, when exploding it falla to "the floor in millions of fragments as fine as silk. This demonstration is not always successful on account of theatntoa-phero which at times ia more denae than at others. It also takes anen-ormotis lung power to perform the teat aucceasfully. Another demonstration which In itself ia well worth going to aee is the apinning of glaaa around a spinning wheel. So thin is this skein of silk that it can aear-coly be |)ercoived by the naked eye iui it is drawn out of the common glass and wound around the wheel, aa fast as the operator can turn the handle. ^' It waa out of the glaaa apun in thia Manner that tbe dreaa waa made which ia on exhibition in the same room wbere the glaaa blowers oper  ate. The dreaa ia valued at $630. Aa a aource of amuaaniettt and oducation the glaia blowora at work f* bard to baat, and one ahouidabs The Venetian will exhibit in the OPERA HOUSE for 5 days, commencing Tuesday, April 30 An interesting and instmctive Exhibition iof ladiesfgentle. men and children. See them Spinning. Weaving and Blowing "iGllass. See the Little Lady dressed in glass. This lady's dress is made entirely of glass, spun and woven as fine as silk, valued at $660.00. Admissidif^ Ific. and 2ftc. 2 Exhibitions daily. Afternoons 2 to 5. Evenings 7 to 10 Eaeh Visitor receiver a Olaia Friesent Free.  four Addit fkmam Our Real Estate Jepartment $340 eaeh, 4 lots on Lo^do* Road. Eaay ^terma. |490caeh, 3 tor.l6tainbloiel(C. Eaay terMs. _ |450 eaeik, 19 lota in bloeli C. Eiay ferine. $529 each, 2 Iota bloek 42. 6n�-hnll �iiah bil. easy. $229 per acre. 30 ncreaof aiihditiiionlpfo^^ $2100 eaalk, 2 lotaon Barooeaa Road in Uodi 0 $3000 buys e-roomed nil aodem booae, on Bnrtiett street, one-tbird cnib bal. iniy. Wt wm thortly to aUi to avdit yoor ; books, iHiM yov Moaihly aoooaBU.!: ^ DO IT SATISPACTORfcY. Itivfll py^!] f yon to Ikivo 111 kik HUr yilr oe-l WE m DECORATE Civic Celebration Order Wow. Ulbbridlc SJ|n 4 Advcrtislol U 'Sncfeeisors to W. H. Lee. HAMILTON & YOlTNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbothsm Block, Lethbridge List Witb Us Business Property Wholesale tesideitiai Farm M Your House hTMrfusliicss | Is M ^FiffilMfc Nate Glass Your business risllB^iOtts with us will be satisfactory. This We YOU ^1.1. 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