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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTMBftlDOt, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL tt, UN. Daily Herald Printed by Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Round St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rtctor and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered ......J4.00 Daily, six mouths, delivered 3.00 Dally, three months, delivered 1.00 Daily, one month, delivered .36 Daily, one year, by mail 3-00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.76 Daily, three months, by mail.. .86 Weefcly Herald; one year 1.50 _ Addresses changed as often as de-j aired, but both new and old address must be given. i r Down East (Stratford Beacon) Talk about your severe Canadian climate. Here's a man in Waterloo county, Ontario, the same latitude as Perth, who had new potatoes on. April 16 of this year. Rev. gelist, there is George R. Turk, the evan- thinks it probable that a directory in heaven so the Chatham papers report him as .lucre is uvn m worrying about it. It's more import- ant to follow a directory that will take a person to heaven. It would naturally be supposed that the position of chief of police in the tow a of Ingersoll was a desirable one Every session of the court brings j when thirty applications were receiy- ed for the job. And yet the salary is only and a free uniform, barr- COURT INTERPRETER A WOMAN'S BACK WAS NOT MADE TO ACHE. of Womea Suffer Un- told Misery Every Day WHfc Aehlnff Backs That No Business To Aebe. ordinary eoftdttioaa it oof ht to and ready to bear bordcui of i. U hwd to do houatwork with an wh- back. from tick kidneyi, aad what of troub.o tick kidneys cauw, But they can't help it. If more work it if. twit pat QU wi6iu to be wondered they get out of order. Backache simply a warning from the kidueya and thodid be attended to im- mediately ao as to aroid of raflering from kidney trouble. Doan'i Kidney will yon m MOM way as they havre cured of others. 4 M M M Swilt's White Soap forcibly to mind the necessity of a corps of official interpreters. As it is when a case is on where a foreign! ing the latter a little better than ing er on trial or is a witness some! ordinary laborer. Then again, think other-foreigner who has a greater or! of all the trouble chzefs have had less knowledge of the Emrlish Ian-j there in days gone. They seem, how- guage, is secured as an interpreter. ever, to have beer, blown nomple.ely Sometimes they are satisfactory both j away. as to intelligence and knowledge English but oftener they are not. In yesterday's court Justice Stuart sug- gested that an interpreter he secured to interpret the interpreter's inter- pretations. Such a case is not mon and is a.source of great annoy- Our Letter Box SEYZBB PAINS IK BACK. M M Mrt. 0- Warren, Radii- son, Sask., "I >ras troubled with vbry pains in my back for years. I tried every- thing I oould think of no good. A friend told iey Pills and after but they did me about Doaii'i Ki taking two boxes, JI havo not beeu troubled Price 50 cents per or 3 for f 1.35, all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of Srice by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, orooto, Ont. When ordering specify Just placed in stock The Bentley Co, Ltd, ffciisiii iri fetiii rim ii NOT ROOM ENOUGH by any means vre haven't in this space to tell you of the many dainty and handsome styles iii .shoes for the family that we are showing1 here. Suffice to say that our lady's patrician shaped and exquisitely finished shoe is the finest that is made. Our men's and boy's fine calf and our new stock of Oxford ties are of the latest shape, and are com- fortable and dainty for warm weather. The Shoeman B. B. citv. Mills, of Hosmer, is in the DISCONTENTED MINERS Coleman, Alta., April 25, 1909. ance and waste of time both to Lethbridge Herald and counsel. If the province had a j Dear Sir paper contains a staff of interpreters to attend this morning from Miner. of courts in the various parts of the passburg, in which lie refers to the province, it would be a great ben- of our union as a despot, efit. They could be specially trainedj is right when he makes a state- in their work so that the evidence of that kind, and I am writing could he quickly and'correctly taken jyou tnis letter to let you know that cutting out all disputes among are hundreds of miners of the sel and judges as to what the wit-jsame opinion in the Pass. We were ness meant or the interpreter meant} tajEea Out on strike for a. closed shop when he got his pronouns and tenses j were told that Fernie and Michel all tangled up. The work of an a closed shop. We find we were terpreter would probably not takeinot told the truth. We were satLs- all their time but there could easily conditions and voted to go be found-work for them in wOrk, and the vote carried for branches of the public service during! signing the agreement by a large ma- the intervals.x (jority. What could be fairer? Does it not look as if there was something- ABOUT SIDEWALKS j behind, allowing the Crow's Nest Co. j When the' streets get muddy isjto keep working. There was always to work the time people get anxious big kick at Michel, WARE Solid. Hardened. Luting without a Hoop or Seam. Man> Exclusive Features are too, when you Positively Persist Cetting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply m CiMda. uk far F. BEGIN BLOCK .for less or take and a strike their job_ As a resuit of the strike, at the time that is usually ginning of the rainy season. sidewalks. The council therefore j last summer on wages -and condi-jlhe labor market is already filled, showed considerable forethought in.tions. Now they have no kick aoid and g-reater than the demand, conse- bringing on the bylaw voting just j are satisfied to work and fill the ord- quently men are being: employed for the be-iers for our company in Alberta, much less than union wages. I would If we are fighting a battle. behalf of unionism, beg of those had put it off ten days or two weeks supposed union brothers are taking longer, the chances are that the rate- payers after a week or so our bread away from us and our of mud families, and are supplying our op- would vote to a man in favor of alljponents with, ammunition to shell us the sidewalks the council want to Jin our-defenceless position. We were build. The council however is doing i wrongly informed in this struggle, good work in the sidewalk business land the sooner we take matters already, the scene of operations be- j our hands and throw Castro to ing in the North Ward. They winds the better it will be for asking in the bylaws submitted miners and their unions. Our May 10 for permission to build more jleader is for the third time expelled sidewalks in all parts of the city. In! from the Socialist party so I am a city scattered as the j told. What for Was It for fighting sidewalk problem is a big one and honestly for the class struggle STo. the building of sidewalks to every For doing things that were unfair part of the city is a matter of large and wrong ia the party, and it is expenditure. The citizens should j the opinion of the majority of the 'therefore encourage the council in j miners .that they are being- wronged their efforts to get sidewalks for ev- the same as the Socialist party were, erybody by .giving hearty support toll would strike for months were th by-laws and by being, patient j oppressed in any way. But we are if they do not happen to "be favored (not and we know it. There is in the at once with a walk in front of their I minds of several. people .causes for yards. The council will get around all this trouble and it is not a fight to everybody as soon as possible. if or the miners. That's clear, for we voted to go to work and will go j soon. But the question is heard on j THE NATIONAL ANTHEM sides, will we get .the same con- Rev. A. M. Gordon made a wise i tract that we voted on? A large and patriotic move when he request- J number think we will not if we don't ed the audience at the choir concert'make a move soon, run our own af- last evening to join in singing the fairs, raid not have ranchers running national anthem, among -Canadians of our members who are at work, other than their own business, and especially those who are working for any thing less than union wages, to cease work and stand by your union. If yours is an extreme case, and in need of help, apply to your local and get what is coming "to you. What- ever you do, don't te a scab, (black- leg-) Yours truly, H. W. G.; a Union Man. Patrick Drover, oldest residents, by drowning. one of Cleveland's committed suicide FEMALE CUT THROATS Murdered Travellers, and Threw Their Bodies in the River St. Petersburg, April band of female cutthroats who for many months have been committting a ser- ies of murders, was discovered and arrested yesterday in the village of Kurchino; thirty miles from St. Pet- ersburg. The principal culprits are a mother and two daughters who kept a tavern. Assisted.by other wo- men in the village they murdered' travellers who stopped at the inn for, the night, disfigured the bodies be- yond recognition, and then threw them into the waters of a -rapidly flowing stream that passed near the inn. Many corpses were found but the distance of the village was so great that suspicion never centred there. Imperial Bank of Canada It is a great fault them for us. that they are not respectful for the welfare of the sov- ereign as the head of the nation. It is not. worthy of Canadians to see an audience putting on cloaks and coats and hats, talking and evea starting-, to leave the audience room while a faithful few are endeavoring Yours for a Square Deal, MINER, A WORD TO UNION MEN Lethbridge. Alta., April 27, To the Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear Sir me through .the medium" of your papsr to say a few to close the gathering in a tomy fellow workmen and and proper manner. There may not jTOembers of the United Mine Workers he any lack of patriotism on the part j of America It is a well known of the offenders but there is certain- {act in Lethbridge that some of'our ly a serious lack of respect. Thejmembers are at work on buildings national anthem should be consider- ed as much a part of the program as the opening or any It should be considered as a heart- felt prayer of a nation to the Ruler. for of all for the welfare of the head of the nation. It costs nothing to be respectful and it looks and great deal better. feels and other works in the city. Now we, as -members of the TJ.1LW. of, A. have no right to be therw. We are out on strike for better conditions micer, and at the same time OUR POINT OF VIEW The founder of Collier's Weekly- is dead, but the canvasser and col- lector is still making his monthly rounds. some of us go to work at scab wages in the city you may as well go to work.' as a scab in the mine. The hod carriers and building laborers are trying to build up a union and get better .conditions ftfr themselves. It is not becoming of a union man to Strathcona is going to have a Y. C. A. That's one instance where the university city shows more enter prise than Lethbridge. .Calgary is goiiig to have a- census taken next week. Why not wait un- til exhibition time? Dr. Clarke, the new member for Red Deer is talcing a foremoat place in debates at Ottawa. He contribut- ed a red hot free trade speech dur- ing the budget debate and during the course of it was interrupted by a .Conservative member with the re- mark, what about the building up] of the home "I can give you an example of that" retorted Dr. Clark. "A friend of mine in Western Canada told me time ago that before the Lib- eral; party" came into power he car- he could buy a slktnp for it. THE SWEET PEA EDITOR Sir, That shipment of Pic- ture Frame and Boom Moulding I opened up last week is going at as it deserves to, at such prices. Please tell your readers I. UK new My .assistants stop work at 6 p.m. My premises remain open to snit my patrons. HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Rwt D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice-Prea. of Municipalities, Merchants, Farmera and Private invited., SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of upwards revived and inter- est allowed at current rate from date of deposit. i ca Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Hock, .Bound St., beside Store. Good second-hand Of all kinds cheap. Rock- ers from 50c up. If you have a stove to sell see us and get W.L WILSON AUCTIONEER For your next sale. Rooms beside A. I. building. Phone 189 30 HEAD of JUST AR I All young shape. and in good Apply for Particulars J.F. Sale Stables Wood St. LETHBRIDGE Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co, LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH.ON ea TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Drayihg outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for i: D RAYING promptly satisfactorily. JI Coal delivered .promptly. Cath on delivery. t IS, rtiBips A. L Pattern Phone 70- Office in Nelion Gow'j Store PROVEWIONAL CARDS MEDIOAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accouober. 9 a.m., 3-3; p.m. Office 914 Red- path St. Phone M. DOCTORS MEWBUttN AND DEANI Street. ft.m., 8.3. DR. A. .ad rcwi.ia. Stafford Bioclt. Office Hourt-11 12, 1.3, 7-3.30. phone oifht and day 277. OR. J. E. Surgeon, Accouctier, Oddtellown' Block. a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone, day aud night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M.-SpeciaJ- 1st, Eye. Ear, Nwe ancl Throat. Stafford' Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7.8 p.m. UNDERTAKING Under- The oldeit ADDISON tiikera and' Embalmew. established business' iff the city. and Crabb St. Parlort open day and night. DI- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-iCar- riages and etjuipna-erit n'ew and lip .to Parlors opposite ball. Open day and night. Phone P- O. Box 493. ivfusic We have ieveral Fully Modern v Houses FOR SALE Cloee in. Easy Terms P.O. Block PWtf383 Sotftt Ifrican Scrip Half Brad Scrip For Sale APPLY TO Tli IHtawH Tqitf Ifefcirfe b. Infcm BtaMtN, Ota. We Are Leading Our, business is increasing Why? Because the public have at last found the proper place where they can get satisfaction in Cleaning and Pressing their Garments. V If yon are'not yet one of our customers give a< -trial. MADAM NORMAN-COrchestral Pi- ahiste, organ and voice produc- tion: Visits or receives pupili. -preparatory or advanced. Coacuinj Hbward Hoiige, Crabb Street: MR; ALBERT oi nr. Briggs, li.A., Song Singing and Culture; Pupil of Chaa. Hancock, Esg.. FKC.'O.. IJiUJI.. Organ and Theory; Voice culture, pipe organ, piano, harmony and theory, song singing. Open for con- certs, banquets, recitals, etc. Termt on application. Box 690, Letb bridge, Alta. JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-Pu- pil of- Henri Verbruggen; of' Italy; Carl Simins, of, Berlin, Ger- many. High Class Scotch a specialty. Open for recitals, ban- quets, concerts, etc. For ap. ply Koyal ColJieriea, LEGAL L. M. and Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. W. C. ter, etc. Office: Southard Block C..F. P. CONYBEARE, Barrister, Solicitor, Etc. Office, Cdnybeare Block; LfttKbridge, Al' I berta. H. A? J. Solicitor, Notary. Boom 14 Staf- ford Blk. IF YOU INTEND TO BUILD dence, save money and time .by consulting J. H. White, architec- tural draughtsman and contractor, Lethbridge Q. Canada Western Chartered Corporation J R and have a look at what we have to offer in Capite Financial Agents. Fiscal Agen ts Brokers. for Collieries Ltd All SUadard Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. SURVEYING HAMILTON and, SurVeyora. Room 4. Whitcej Block; ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS F. 8. Room Whitney Blqck. JAS, A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street, f Lethbridge I DE Of ALBERTA, hKfit Sttitti Secure a Home while they are to be had ft a reasonable price. We go via the Crow's Neat returning via the main line, giving yon the privilege of seeing the beautiful mountain scenery on both lines. Eicur sion leaves Lethbridfe and points on the C. and E- line on LODGE Sow flf Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hall every firat and ibird Wedneaday tho month at 8 p.m.' For lull particulars apply W- J- Robin. W; President. Sec.. Bpr 57. W. M. CaJfary Lethbridge: Specialist in Fireproof- i mg, sanitation, heating and ventUa-r tipn. Ernest E. Caairer. M.R.A., A.A.I.G.. Etc., Manager Lethbridge Office, Bryan Block. and build-? er. Egtimates cheerfully given. pairs and alterationa executed atl the: shortest-'notice-.' Box 790. bridge, Alta. Meets'lit and 3rd mK.plP Hull at fe o'clock. W. H. and build- er. Estimates furnished free. Kej and alterations promptly attended to.! All work guaranteed Box 96, bridge. R. E. and contractor. Lighting and powJ er inilaUatioua. WtOur and cationi. Office McKeown's Hi ware. Phone 903. M Call or write for information. There's money in fruit lands. We have the cheapest. We have lands that are being rapidly developed. Genera Lethbridge, Alta. brethren are cordUlljr invited. ASHCROFT, NCIDIG, FOR BEST to Will Ilim: Watta, builder and contractor! London Road. 16 years Estimatea free. PEACE METAL WEATHER STRI will last a lifetime. Saves aash. Absolutely excludes drafta duat and amoke. R. J. ThomMong -P. M8. A.F. A.M., O.R.A. Lethbridfe Befular mseiiof night, the ihifd Tharsdaf ol ctdb mottth in the Masonic Hall. P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Viiittof bretfiren will reeefve a hearty witleoDM. A. C. W.M. O. V O. got lif QEORQE BEATOW-Contrtctor builder. (rse. Repai and alterations s spectaltf. porary office City Bakery. or Box 956, City. MISCELLANEOUS I. EAKIN, PUBttO STtNOQl RAPHER-OOce, Telephone No, SS9. Lethbrklft Ho. _ Meets in OUtftllows Hall _ second sod fourth IfaflMsday of month. VMtlitt neighbors will wturi a fiWrtf welcome, f cilfor, 0. W. WUHIfltt Banker. 1 H W A ERNEST LAMBRECHT Scientist. Service every Sunday a! clem a.m. abotv tbs HsrsM of floe. W H, pointer, paper writer, etc. 91 Argyit PSoii m. ;