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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �s&aei tiki** ABRIDGE HERALD ^:f milTING CO^ LTD. 0, D. AUSTIN, EtHsf ni MiMftr. W. JORDAN, Sett. *f Jo* DtparuMSt. SUBSCRIPTION: In A.dvano�  04.80 a year Otherwise ta.00 a year ADVERTISING; Per Month  04.00 Per Inch If! - . � � m POINT IF VIEW Isn't It about ttmo that wo had the express delivery In this city. The flerald hns agitated for this convenience time end again and the Board of Trade has also taken up the mat. ter but without any tesult, There is hardly a city in the country without express delivery. According to the evidence of some of the lumbermen before the committee of Inquiry ot Ottawa, they are having an awful tltne to keep from starvation. The next thing we know the public will havo to get up a bcncfU concert for thorn. The Liberal Government at Ottawa continues to dlnplay a strong preference to Great Drltaih and the British. The latest evidence of this spirit is found in the decision to reduce the postage on British newspapers and periodicals. It Is not unusual to hear tha charge mado that our public men are grafters. There arc sinners in every class,but we question if any country in the world is freer from corruption amongst its public men in high places than Canada. Dkl you ever notice that some of the best known of our public men, when their estates , arc probated, are shown to be comparatively poor. R. B. Bennett of Calgary, has beaa made a K.C., by the Alberta government, which being interpreted politically means "Killed Completely." It took George E. Foster nearly three hours to tell the House of Commons that the finding of the Insurance Coin mission touched him In a very sore spot. With Old Man Simpson in the Senate toe pages of Hansard would have a chance to become as bright as the columns of the Cranbrook Herald. It pays to booNt especially when you have one of the best cKlcs in the vest, like Lethbridge, to boost tor. Rev. Anna Shaw says woman suffrage is necessary to peace. Yes! to peace In the homo. When women have tho franchise election day should be fixed Jtistprior to Easter. Then there would be Utile difficulty in buying their votes with an exceptionally nice Easter hat. Vow Brunswick is following in Al- erta's footsteps by arranging to establish a government telephone system. Manitoba has a Minister of Tele- phones, but doesn't possess a government telephone system. Alberta asn't a Minister of Telephones, but It possesses a government telephone Ine In actual operation. AS far a? the Bell Telephone Co is concerned the man who is pushing tho government telephone lines la Alberta should hnve been named Crushing Instead of Cushlng. Do you see the point? If not wo can assure youthe Bell i>eoplc dof Any party that will take udvan  tftge of nnothcr'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 tho parties In the present coal mining troubles that are known to be taking advantage of the public's urgent need j In order to advance their own interests. There Is no doubt that the public is in urgent need of coal. Transportation* and manufacturing interests demand a great supply in order to meet tho requirements of the incoming population. Coal is a prime necessity. The miners claim that the opera -tors, taking advantage of the lapse of the old agreement on April 1st, practically broke the provisions of tho Conciliation Act by posting notices ot a reduction of wages to take effect on May 10th. Tho miners on tho other hnnd are breaking the spirit ot tho law If not its letter by quitting work which ns tar as the public is concerned amounts to a strike. There is a distinction but no difference. days Of these than the miner of a ten per cent, increase, or the operator of a slight decrease of expend I -ture. The public demands that the Oovemincn* step in to Investigate and conciliate, and that tho oppos -ing partie* observe the.law and honestly assist In the finding of a settlement. Hon. W. himself ns a ers and the as it were. ..................... GOSSIP ON THE SIDE By the Tattler allow thwn to leave the city without first calling In and seeing the mattersof Interest they have In store H. Cushlng has offered buffer between tho min-' operators, a "cushion" Ono could almost wish to die so that he might hnve a nice quiet rldo J In the swell new hearse that "Curly LtCTUBRtBaF. TEMPERANCE AND MOUAL BEFOHM LEAOt'E. About twenty people were present at the meeting held In the Baptist Church last Thursday evening to consider the advisability of a temper  Whitney showed the Taller the other 'ance organization. Rev. Wm. Iteld, day. That Is the only chance agreat J as president for the Lethbridge clcc many pwo|le have of riding with a,toral district in tho Alberta" Tern' It is practically certain that tho Lethbridge union will not be drawn Into the strike. It is tlmo many men are leaving the mine. Hut 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. Tho referendum vote of 117 to 8 in favor of a striko was an expression of opinion that if after the requirements of the Labor Conciliation Act had been fulfilled, tho Compnny did not grant certain concessions, they were prepared to strike. They have every confidence however, that the company, having honestly carried out their agreement go far, will meet their demands in a conciliatory manner. Tiie other mines did not break faith and strike to help them out last year and they arc not going to break faith to help out men who were 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 Government to settle their grievances. Such is the attitude ot the Lethbridge mines. Sherman's prediction that tho LolhbrUlge mlncswould bo idlo this week has lieen proved to he false. Wanted-Twenty-five live Industrial concerns in the City of Lethbridge to get out floats for May 9th. Two havo volunteered so far. The School Board did well when It decided to build an entirely new-school separated from tho old. Tho stylo of tho new wing is such that no building could bo attached to it and look liko a good building. A piece-work building is over an eyesore. Of all the committees of the City Council, the one with the biggest contract on its hands is the accommodation committee. Nothing short of extraordinary measures can meet tho situation. 1'ooplo by scores nnl hunhreds will shortly bo pouring Into this country and what can we do with them? The committee must get a big move on, and do something in keeping with the enormity ot its task. N'ext Wednesday being the first in the month brings the Board of Trade meeting. Every business man should make a special effort to attend. The Hoard is not doing all it should to holp 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 s� w hours on Wednesday evening. So our local contemporary forgot our existence-was nslecp as usual. An operator suggests that Sherman bo locked up and a miner suggests that Lindsey stay in Toronto. The Calgary News, however, ventures to suggest that both Sherman und Lindsey go to Peace Bivcr for a trip, so as to expedite tho settlement We would second tho proposal. We are in receipt of tho Lnmont Weekly Times, Vol. 1. No. 3, a clean, bright littlo sheet with the carriage and pair. What's In a 1 ortn and the name'? Southern Al* Pass are tho regions pcranco and Moral Reform League occupied the chair. The general opln ion of the meeting was In favor of organising an open league, unafllllat- Office-Ott Block Phone ly7 of conl ami the sound of tho word ed with any of tho regular temper anco societies. A committee of seven is not tho spelling Is prominent In tholr geography. But what Is In tho name? Conl Crook is noted for football, Coleman tor strikes, Coaldalo for wheat, and Coleridge for natural jThursday evening gas. j Church. Tho work proper line. newspaper spirit in every Money to be Spent in Albert* On Friday the supplementary estimates were presented to parliament There is no doubt that tho minors , . , have grievances. There Is no doubt. Among the expenditures arranged for , cll>: �"� ""emed to think was that the operators have matters to Great must tic the knowledge, wldo muRt be the experience, and diversified the lines ot research of him who is in any position to be used ns an encyclopedia in this country. People write Inquiring of everything think", able or imaginable. The Tatler dropped into tho office ot the Secretary of tho Board ot Trade the other day Just as he was reading a succession of interrogation marks. The writer was a plumlicr who hnd been cleaned out by tho San Francisco fire, ami what he wanted to know was: 1. Havo you a water and sanitary sewerage in your town? 2. How many inhabitants and how-many plumbing shops are there? J). What wages does a plumber, a machinist, or a blacksmith get? I. How far must I go to buy gov-eminent, railroad, or Hudson's Bay Co. londs? 5. Havo you many mosquitoes? fl. What is the average rent for a slx-roouicd cottage? 7. Do you know of a town where a man who is a good plumtor, machinist and blacksmith, is needed? The Tatler had the pleasure of conversing with a New Zealander tho other day. Mr. .John Mitchell of Auckland is not one of the Now '/inlanders of the type vc have in mind. New Zealand to most "people | is a land of ideals, a land where women suffrage, compulsory arbitration and perfect prohibition arc extant bvcauso there are no difficulties to prevent. But conversation with this Auckland oftV.iut gives us to understand that in order to attain these ideals or nearly to attain them, great difficulties hud to be fared ana overcome. New /imlnnd is noo theoretical, but practical and common-sense. One ot tho Calgary papers was tooting n little the other day on tho score that counting the automobiles in the city and those on tho way, there w�ro forty-five cars in their a Was appointed to draft a conatitu  jtlon and report on nominations tor {officers at the next meeting on in tho Baptist of Mayor Gal � bralth and Chief Parry In 'enforcing the license taw was heartily approved of. The Red Deer Board of Trade elved seventy-two new menVwrs their Inst meeting. ro-at The Southern Alberta Coal and Ftro Clay Co. has been organized at Tabor and Is capitalized at 11.000,-000. Proclamation To the Citizens of Lethbridge, GB BETING Now Know Yo:- That 1, Walter Stuart Oalbraith, by virtue of the powers vested on me as Mayor of tho City of Lethbridge, do hereby declare tho 9th day of May, 1907. a Civic Jlolidoy, for tho purpose ot celebrating the First Anniversary of the granting to Loth Bridge ot Its chartsr as a City. And I hereby call upon all �o nl citizens to observe the aamo. W. S. CALBRAITH, Mayor. God Save the King. adjust. There is no doubt that tho Department of Labor is doing- its best to bring these things to a satisfactory settlement. Thero is lib -solutely no doubt that the public needs the coal. With tho miners working to thoir full capacity thero would not be too much coal for the I mined iit to needs. Settlers coming in must hgvo thuir effects and their ions demand content, brick ami lumber. Last year's crop of wheat Is an. $3,000 for fitting up the Calgary ihlng. almost as big as the un-Land office: $80,000 additional for Iverslty. But Lethbridge. accord ng Edmonton public buildings; $3,088 t� population which tho neighboring to finish payment ,on Bed Deer Court cj.y loves to dwell upon, has them House $148.00 for salaries ot ad- "kinned to death on tho automobile ditlonal post office iiumcctors and proposition. There are now ten in clerks; $30,000 tor Increase ot sal - �� nnu flv� ��� *�� ^rlvo ary of Calgary no�t office staff; $12.-> * *** "ays. "�^lng fifteen in all. Shelth�cornels LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. Rod tititt, tnrata*, tfcMfral Our Insurance Pepaitmait WE REPRESENT: The Caaada Life Attwiiu Cooapeay. The Yorkshire fire Insurance Cotoaafty of York, Ent Innd. The Accident and Guarantee Company of Canada. Tha America* Surety Compaay of New York. The Boiler Inspection and Ias�ra*ec Co. The New York Plate Olaaa Iasaraace Co. WE ISSUE CORPORATE If FIDtLtTY|BONDS. FOB SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald oflita. ENGINEER. A capable engineer holding certiA  cata. Is prepared to accept a position la that capacity. Ploughing tract -Iob pre!Jrred. Apply Box T, Bsrald office. ii Our Real Estate Department $340 each, 4 lote oa London Road. Eaay iterate. $450 each, 3 cor. lota in block C. Eaay terms. $450 each, 15 lota in block C. Eney terms. $525 each, 2 lots block 42, one-half cash bal. easy. $225 per acre, 30 acres of subdivision property. $2100 cash, 2 lots oa Baroness Road in block 0 SPECIAL building material. Building ojiemt-1 not yot marketed. The public has | is tho voto to provide for an greater need during tho next thirty provemont in tho mail service. 000 for tho Edmonton post office staff; $50,000 tor waterworks, sewerage and roads in Banff park; $13,-200 and $8,000 revoto for improvement of tho Old Man Bivcr at MacLeod. The chlof item of Intorest here im- THE STORE OP QUALITY DEMONSTRATION Commencing to-day and continuing all week, MRS. HUBBARD will demonstrate the merits of GOLD STANDARD TEAS, COFFEE, TELLY POWDERS AND EXTRACTS Por the Benefit of the Ladies of the City and surrounding District, The goodi are all guaranteed absolutely pure and the best on the market to-day. This guarantee, being backed by a responsible firm of many years standing in the West, insured perfect, safety in your using these goods. The demonstration by Mrs. Hubbard, who is an expert in her department, will givo you �Mny valuable hints ss to the use and superiority of these goods. Test the goods and ask for Gold Standard Beeeipt book when you will be satisfied. In proportion to population. Cal  gary would have at this rate, about seventy. And what is more, wo ar# going to hu\e an automobilo factory in a few weeks and an up-to-date auto livery. & Fraser PHONE 21. LETHBRIDGE. ;i>e++�a*seecw>tMeeeMee$$e8^�i��He-e44^ IXSTUUCTIVK AS WELL A3 AMUSING. As a source of entertainment as well as one of instruction, seldom ever has an attraction visited the city thai is tho equal of the glass blowers, who may bo aeon daily at their work in tho Opera House. Every afternoon and evening the place is crowded to the doors with interested spectators, and so ontranc Ing Is the work performed by tho two expert glass blowers that the longer one wants to stay, and is loathe to leave tho place of so much interest. Each and every visitor to tho place receives a beautiful souvenir, free, and on Saturday a big drawing will bo hold at which sov -eral very valuable prizes are awarded to lucky ticket holders. Perhaps tho most Interesting part of tho glass blowing is tho demon titration made of tho olastlcity ot glass. An inch ot tubular glum i� heated, tho blowor places tho oihor end to his mouth and blows tb*ough tho tubo vith tho result that the small piece of heatod gloss la stretched out a distance of fully four toot, when oxploding it falls to the floor in millions ot fragments as fine as silk. This demonstration is not always successful on account of tho atmos phoro which at times is mora dense than at others. It also takes an on ormous lung power to por form tho foot successfully. Another demonstra tion which In itself is well worth going to see is tho spinning ot glass around a spinning wheel. So thin is this skoln of silk that it can scar coly bo perceived by the naked eye as it is drawn out of the common glass and wound around the wheel as fast as tho operator can 'turn the handle It was out of the glass spun in this manner that tho dross was made which is on exhibition in tho same room whoro tho glass blowers oper ate. Tho dress is valued at $650. As a source of amusement and education the glass blowers at work ar� hard to boat, and one shouldaos The Venetian Glass Blowers will exhibit in the OPERA HOUSE for 5 days, commencing Tuesday, April 30 An interesting and instructive Exhibition for ladies, gentlemen and children. See them Spinning. Weaving and Blowing Glass. Bee the Little Lady dressed in glass. This lady's dress is made entirely of glass, spun and woven as fine as silk, valued at $G50.00. Admissioiiv lftc. and 25c. 2 Exhibitions daily. Afternoons 2 to 5. Evenings 7 to 10 Each Visitor receiver a Glass Present Free. street, one-third cash bal. easy. WE WILL DECORATE Civic Celebration FLOATS Order Now. Lethbridf-e Sign ft Advertising Co. Successors to W, H. Lee, Our Audit Department Wt wiU shortly be able to tosttt yosjr books, bam yosv MaiMy acoooBLa, maka your coUactsioM, AND Wt WbX DO IT SATISFACTORILY. It wU fny. you to havo m look after yoar accounts. 4 List With ns Business Property Wholesale Residential Farm Ranch Your House �* Insure With Us Tew Justness " lease " Finiturc ** Plate Glass HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotbam Block, Lethbridge Your business relations with us will be satisfactory. This we guarantee. I YOU WILL KEEP ON DEAL-ING WITH TBlE FIRM. � iseeeeViseeieseesMsie ;