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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1,1 THE STORE OF QUALITY -Anything and everything in- f jmcy Crockery What weliaven't got, we've got coming Nelson Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE CMVtiMonCali UTratfes nnd Labor Corijfess �f Catt- udn- o liW tMAcers and Jd(�nt�rs of ihe Trades and Labor Council!), \at -ional Trade Unions, Federal La^or Unions nnd Itrternationnl, Locol Trade Unions in the Dominion of Canada- fJREETINO: f Pr�s Griiidlng$ J Take Your Choice you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat choose Bacon are I flavor from. Our Hams ! noted for their 1 Piche&Miron Telephone No. 1 Looking Forward to something refreshing'for dinner or for a cooling beverage on a warm day is a pleasing anticipation, especially when it is a bottling of pure, sparkling Alberta's Pride right from the ice. The athletic girl or man who needs a tonic and bracer should try Lothbridge beer. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles 9 Farm Harness, Ck>ncord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. (Successors to Homer A Hutchinson) ^ the B^el JWlnflton \ FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC S KXCELLEMT CUISIHE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER S RATES ,$l.SO A DAY 1 LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA} *\j11o\v Labor .UnJoiiistM ami Brothers The Twwnty-third Annual Session c1 the Tra�tes and Labor Congress of ! �nada w^ill convene in the Le�isla  Hive Council Chamber, Broadway, ICHy of Winnipeg, Province of Mani -oba, beginning �t 10 o'clock, Mon-ay morning, aeptember 16th, 1907. nd will continue in Session (roni. day to day until the business o( the Contention has been completed. Last y�ir, notwithstanding thefaci hat the convention was held in the .vtmne West of Canada, namely, at Victoria, the convention, both in point of numbers and enthusiasm, ex-|taUed anj-thing in the history of or-i{�ni)ed labor in Canada. With the convention in Winnipeg, the future capital of the British Knv-pire, and fairly accessible, both as to cost of transportation and time, all past records should be toroken. flhe approaching convention is ex -pected to be a climax of the givat work of organization for the past Itwenty-fjve years in Canada. .Your Body cannot afford to be unrepivsent ed. While the organization of the workers has gone on most sucocssiully, the efforts of our opponents have never 'been .greater or more pronounced, and the necesarity fer close touch amongst all branches of labor in every par;t of Canada has never been more marked. Matters affecting the every-day life of tlie toiler will be the Bubjeet ot discussion on each day of Ithe convention, ami the importance of your organization entitles it to be heard in the consideration of all these great questions. The laws passed during the last Session of the Dominion Parliament, as well as those enacted by the arious Provincial Legislatures, will affoixl miuch room for discussion, and will require the exercise of the best thought in the world of labor. See to it, therefore, that your delegates jare oo hand. One of the roost important questions to conie before the convention will be the policy of the;Congress to-words immigration. The advent of thousands of immigrants, and the promise of thousands more, ihave brought the immlgratioa queation to the forefront, and today it iwnks as one of the most difficult problems confronting organized labor, affecting as it does, our wages, our hours of labor,' in fact every condttion that surrounds us in tl>e sale of our labor As every Province has its own problems in this regard, every Province should be well represented at the Convention. So too, the reports of the Provincial Executives as to the progress of ithe political action, determined upon at the Victoria Conwntion, will be of great, and enduring interest. The movements and utterances of ti� le-presentativcs of the Liberal and Conservative parties indicate very cle�,r-ly thait we wiill hnvca Oenerol Election for tiic Dominion Parlian�ent in }90e. This means that the Winnipeg Convention of the Annual ParlianKnt of Labor will toe the only chancethat the representatives of labor, through their Domiinion Legislative liObor Body, wail have of reviewing thei work done by the Provincial Execu -tives with respect to Independent jlPolitical Action and taking suchsteps es they deem necessary to complete (tivis work. Therefore, it is of paramount importance thot at least every ITradcs and Labor Council, from Halifax in the Bast to Victoria in Ithe West, should lie represented by he very best men. Dont be content to say that there ill be enough there without you. Have your own delegate present. This is the growing time, and organ-Izod lalwr must keep up with the l)rotes8ion. It is useless for you to nveigh against unjust laws, or the ini:>thod.s of the employers, unless you do your part in passing upon the Rva.vs and means to better yourself, .solution from the general L�^or Uovcnient not only weakens yourown rgnnizotion but helps to dos-troy the Movement itself. Yours faithfully, AL. VEBVILLE. M. P., President, Montreal JAMES SIMPSON. Vioe-Pres., Toronto. P. M. DRAPER, Scc.-Treas., Ottawa Pnnnicr McBride is determined to win popularity by flgliting - what is virtually a battle for larger subsid -ies for British Colunnbia. If the subsidies are octuitably adjustetl they ore simply (laid by tlw Province" to themselves, the Dominion doing their tax collecting for th�>ni. If thoy are not ecfiiitaibly adjus-ted sonw Provin-tvs gain at the expense of othors The Dominion cannot create subsiil -ICS.-Toronto Olobc. I^hhridge is goitig after the Agricultural College in the proper kind of a v.Ay and if Alberta had a minister of agriculture who repro -aented a district other than Edmonton, Lethbridge would probably win out.-Calgary Albcrtan. Whcne%-er you see a public spiribod man who is willing to spend his money for the advancenjont of the community in which he lives, there also you will find a ktiocker who tries to belittle that individual's effoKs, al. though the knocker would not jer loose from a cent of his own nioney for ths public good. And every town has them.~Cran!)r()ok Retuld. HOWELL HARRIS TALKS FALO. DUF- Tho Calgary Board of Trade luis been securing opinions from various authorities regarding the best home for the govemmsnt huffaljo herd. Howell Harris of tiethbridge in reply to their inquiry says in part: "In my opinion noither the Sarceo nor Stoney reserve is well suited for the buffalo in question. They are prairie, not mouutain buffalo, and the buffalo of the prairie never flourish in the mountains. The Stoney reserve was, Ithink, the extreme linrit of their range in the mountain direction, I would suggest that any of the prairie, reserves such as the Black feet or Blood would be suitable, for these are in the region which was their natural stomping ground. 'I deeply regretted to see the first part of this herd taken where they tverc as the buffalo never ranged in the locality, Swampy lands they always avoided, and I fear the experiment of placing them there will be a failure, as I do not believe it is a range at all suitable tot he prairie buffalo. MUST �AVE BBEV U^ST YEAK'S STOCKS. M. Calder, superintendcnt.ot public Works, for the provincial govemnieBt returned yesterday from a trip through Southern Alberta. Mr. Calder reports that he saw in the vicinity of Lethbridge hundreds of awes of wheat which was ready for the reaper, ond he satv forty acres of wheat in the stook about six miles north of Letbbridge. The crops in Southern Alberta are tlie best he has seen in any counrtiy-- Calgary Herald. SATURDAY SABBATH DEB/OTE. ROYAL V HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon^ � Proprietors RolM $1^0 and f 2.00 per Day FBEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION We ha%'e wasted enough Hovers on the; grwvesof a thousand dead to bav* carried Joy to the hearts of a million Mvlng. - If- wo nro sick we do not want any neighbors tiptoeing In and whispering In a sepulchral tone: "O, doesn't hs look bad!" Rev. S. W. Gamble, the SaJfcatli Rest Evangelist, has been lecturing in Alberta and B. C. He gave six daily lectures before the B.C. Methodist Conference at Vernon, Okanagan Valley. A Rev. Mr. Young of the 7th Day Adventist Faith, challenged him to furnish even a- single text of scripture authority for the obser -ance of the Lord's Dhx, claiming to offer a reward of $1,000 for such. Mr. Gamble pffcred to accept the challenge if he would put up the 000 and himsel/ paid over into a referee's hands fSO of his awn as a counter challenge. The' contest took place at Sdlver Creek, B.C., but the $1,000 was not produced. Noverthe -less Mr. Gamble met Mr. Young in debate on six sucoessive nights for the benctit of the conununity before a deeply interested audieace, many of whom were log drivers who came niaiur miles in wet clo:t)Ma to hear the deha'te. We have beea sent^a Ipt-ler .signed by the chairman of the meetings and a score of other representative citizens who heard the do-l)atc throughout testifying that Mr. G. made good all his points to their satisfaction. These Saturday observers are most ossidious prose-lytizers, and an? trying hard to gain a footing -in the far West. No one is better able to meet and defeat them on their own ground than Mr. Gamble. Free, for Catarrh, just to prove merit, a Trial size Box of Dr. Shoop's send it creamy, healing antiseptic . balm, containing such healing ingredients as 0*1 Euoaliptus, Thymol, Menthol etc., it gives instant and lasting, relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Make the free test and see for yourself what this preparation cm and will accomt>llsh. Address Dr. Shoop, Bacine, Wis. Large Jars 50 cents. Sold by All Dealers. I will mail you free, to prove merit, sample* of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and my Book on either Dyspepsia, The Heart 'or The Kid -nays. Troubles of tha stomach the liieort or tha Kidneys, are merely syini>toma of a Catarrh Remedy, lot me Wper ailment. Don't make the corn-now. It is a snowiwbite, [gnon error of treating symptoms only. S}-mptom treatment is treating the result ot yonr ailment, and not khc cause. Weak Stomach nerves- the inside nervea-^mean Stomach weakness, always: And the Heart, and Kidneys as well,have tlielr controlling or inside nerves. Weaicen hese nerves, and you inevitably have weak vital iMigans. Hera is where iDr. Shoop's Reatorative has made its fame. No other remedy evcrclaims to treat the "inside nervw." Also or bloating, biliousness, bad breath or complexion, uae Dr. Shoop's ITestorative. Write me to-day for ample. and frw book. Dr. Bhoop, Bacina. Wis. Iba Itaatoi�tl�t ia naM bSr All DMlfl*. The gnoutcr a man grows the big  ger the target he offers for the shafts of envy. , , i j |H. Did you ever hear of muiA trouble in a faroi\y where the mother kept the cookie Jar always full and with* in raadi of tbe children. MISS L. A. SCOTT it doting out the remainder of her tprtog ttoeli of at r�doc�4 pricet. At the City Bakery Stand. Oppotitc the Fire Hall. General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201. or .Irop a post card in the office, your order will receiveonr prompt atten-cion. COAL must be paid (or TO delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. WU. TAYLOK, Lethbridge FOUND. One mule, no visible brand. Owner may have same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply WNKS KANCHE, "12 Mile" Coulee. P. O. Box 97 �M)ii* 75 We are the only exclusive Hardware in Lethbridge Bifl Reductions -IN- Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors -AND- Refrigerators Call and see these special bargains. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN A GOOD Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eddn NatthewSti-t^i Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - - ALBERTA 91 ;