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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LIT H AUOUJY il I III UNION BANK OF CANADA. KMMXMHM. ditto KMCJT triers, payable m aH of Canada and the United sold at all Branches. Drafts and Telegraph iasucd. Exchange bought and told. Special attention given to Banking by Kail. Sfttffi way be started with deposits cf fLOO or Interest at highest current rate paid four a year. BRANCH: J. R. The Worid of tabor Afairs af VvkofBea mt bpirtialjr to- onset1. frrrniMfcift M Tisks bfcrot to ---------_ LaWr Ossfcs britd by i for tie Vkws aprcud i A mass meeting of Traces Union-' warriors never 'breathed than ihe ists will be held iu the Teui- members of the Western Federation pie next Friday evening- speak- 'To have, or to have haclr er of the evomntf is R. -piTelfeipiecc, U curd in the W. F. of M., ig" the Webtern Organizer (for Trades stamp of genuineness, and the proud- and Labor Congress of Canada and International Typographical Union. Sid Duncan, president of the br'ulge Trades and Labor Council will _ -take the chair at 8.30 sharp union inau should and be present and help along the cause. The local United Workers did a worthy action when voted HOG to their bro'thers m who suffered great loss from the recent Preparations are rapidly being push ed forward for Labor Bay'celebra- tion iu the city; and from what lam told it will DC a, day to be' remem- bered. All kinds'of sports have been arranged. There will also be sever-, al novelty shows. I hope thc committee will persist their efforts to -exclude all but speakers from their own ranks, as'I est trophy a Westerner can flash With growth, development "an of the-rank and file of the United Mine Workers of America iluring the past and the instilling of the virility and know ledge born of experience oi me W. F [_ M., nothing but good results can accrue. This is a day of federation May the "good work" go on; and. the above report be verified and the mis sion of both organizations be fullll together; that's the thing and it can be safely left to the-rank and file to do the right thing when the time comes." Even the farmers repudiate the ac tions of the Salvation .Army. Liste to [t, was stated'at the recent conveu tion by the farmer's delegates tha the ;work of the i bringing out -immigrants was Inimi cal- ib" 1 thc countr 5t js am confident tbAt there is plenty of uBionism in this" city to- do all now- necessary talking on 'that day. What 1 abumlailcc of -lttbor available for a we want is a little more unionism, at thai now w and CmV-can best be procured where out of the large body "of union men. The Labor Bureau the haines of one or two men who are, willing sympathy, in. the prosecution of thei heavenly work. Tlte workers "of th city are'Vired of the policy that, has been-pursued in the past.- The wor to _work as harvest, hands. 2fbw. have had .enough you farmers, don't be saying you get no ofTers of A note to this of- fice :will catch them. ABOUT.. DAD'S COUNCIL Ir i M Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of President Chns. _JI. Moyer of the Western Federaticfa of Miners7 which held', its convention .in ..Denver, last month, and II.Vtc> of the Mine Workers, togeth- cr with members that we beseech the homis hunt ers to turn again to their religious practices and leave of immigration to who might, possibly not make-such of the business as they Health. An Indian was conducted Well, Monday will settle whether r not Dad and bis .council can: close p the deal with the Electric 'Corn. any. From the road it looks as if ere is no doubt about the result, of thc opponents of by-laws in ei'sl to Jiave taken a tumble o theinpfrlveg and instead, of run- ling the risk of having their argu- ments 'met, by shaking them: openly, are expressing them in awful solemn tage that is not go. ng to sever any congealed water. ?he people of this chosen bed of the Cord's flower garden know a good hing when they see, it and when they see it they are going to have it if they lave the price. And the best of it s that they nearly always, have the ;oods. People in the West make a practice of investing to the limit of heir capital and then jgurk and fi- nance until they get it out again with as much more sticking to it. What the people individually do they often nuhicipally do and it is'...no'uncom- mon, thing to see cities borrow as much as the law allows and then wait tor an increase of their assessment so as to bjrrow more, That is a mighty good'spirit to have as long as> it L- controlled by common s use. Le-h_ Bridge' heretofore has not shown very :nuch of this spirit and has thr loser. But in the last few months Dad-has been" waking them up. I.eth- bridge has spending money prct_ y freely but tu-re is lols left yet. Even when this is, spent there will be over a hundred thous- and left before we have struck the, limit. "It's a mighty slow business- man who is not in the game to at least go seven.eighths of his resourc- es. But for the comfort, of any little old Ontario village ratepayers in the citjt, it might be well to state that after the proposed expenditure is cnade there will be no big items fox i years. A hall is a far c.y. The instilling of the ;roposo.d waterworks improvements vill postpone indefinitely Engineer Arnold's pet of a low pres- sure water service, which by the way, s mighty gocd dope. A few thousand ;ach yea: will meet all the require- ments in _ the way oi feidewalks, streets, water and'sower ext nsions. 3o having in., this moiiey. laking power and -water the city can starr to save mon." y again, and get "ready, for another big expenolture in. ten or twelve" Vears. And when we come to look at ,the present proposition it is really an expenditure but rather an invest. MMMCTUMOQHlMf CAMBISM bou. Whn yw have to to rett pita it tfcb If WMt we (Us 25e f iweHJMJ tor SI LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOtt, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram Lftl't Tea is sold only in by TH E BE NT L E Y C O. LTD. STRAYED From Grassy Lake, July 29, two lorscs, a sorrel g.-lding, white lace and white hind logs crop ears, and one black gelding. Both branded bar over Hying U, and have forelocks ropped. Seen near Lethbridg> last week. Reward for information U-ad- ing to their recovery. R.Galvin, 32.9-12, Grassy Lake. 204-5 FOR SALE Five roomed cottage on Burdett St. Apply 620 Burdett St. 201-0 WANTED General servant, able to cook. Ap- ply Mrs. George Bog n, corner of Ashmead and Ford. 04.0 tha executive -York and the marvels board of these organizations, reach- of the white man's science and the ed an understanding regarding a I triumphs of invention wore paraileil complete and uniform exchange of to excite -his< admiration and awe. working cards, and outlined plans for! As thc four drew near to its end the nn affiliation of the two'lwxlies. Both I guard complacently inquired of him will rcjiort back lo their regular con-! what of all the wonders seen vent ions nml ask. for jurisdiction i had most impressed h'mi. work in harmony. Of the federation "f these associations ihe soluinnly. The practice o de- Trades Unioeilst Jho.sc living profit from child labor is un- fiiutering words to I known among these trilws we call "A moru militant bunch of labor o; Theosophy. SINGING Mus Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., pitpil of the em- inent teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher of vocal 'music in; the Halifax Conservatory of Music, will, receive pupils in .voice culture and vocal music on and after :.Stp. tembcr 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Miss Margaret JkL Fraser, A. T. C. M., Injtft of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of plane and theor? of music. Highest artistic" results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Miisic oh a'nd after Au_ -PROMOTION ATOTTAWA Ottawa, Aug. I4.-s-Ar.thur-St. Laur- ent assist chief cngineef of the de_" partnu-nt oi public works will shortly appointed assistant deputy minis- ter .of that department. James Hun- tor, who. is how assistant tleputy will Income deputy. gust 2t per WHEAT AT BOW ISLAND The Medicine Hat News .says: The Southern Alberta Land Company has several hundred acres or., very fine' wheat at Bow Island. Cattle Ranger, Wm. .Armstrong was out Jthat way this week and 1 estimates that the jneld will be fully twontr.five bush- els to the acre. for the whole business will pay for" itself in a.few years and after that'earn good money for the city which will pay for lots of other good things.- It will be an asset upon which the city can realize more than it will pay lor it any time. It will be a mighty good slfock to have on hand.-- There is another side of ques- tion that the rate-payers should get firmly entrenched in their cranial ca- vities. It is this, when thc city has their own light and -power plant they can hope some day to get these very necessary tilings cheaper than they do now. As long as these are sold by a corporation; the full price including good fai profits must_ be" paid but when thV city owns it, the price will be reduced as" soon as it possible to do so. The been making a good profit and the city can make jnore. The nowaday profit, however, is plenty big to mi-et 'the needs of the plant and all liabil- ities unarred. So that if any more is inride "a corresponding slice can be he wed'-off'the the cheaper rates for the city and every vote for the by-law brings that hap- py condition closer. It sems to me that there are one or two little matters about the improve- ments being made to the streets that The Peace WANTED Competent general servant. Apply Mrs. NeaUv, corner Burdett and Fore streets. 05-0 WANTED Six liens, good layers; also numb. of young rabbits. Apply Her- ald offica. 199-0 FOUND. A bunch of keys. Owner can hav. same by calling at Herald Office. 01-0 WANTED Two dining room girls andx i chamber maid. Windsor Hotel.7-9-11 SITUATION WANTED As general' servant by exp.riencid young lady.. No objection to farm. Apply Box S, Herald. 03-G SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO ULATIONS Codi miniof riffau of the Dominion n Manitoba, Alberu, Yukon Territory, ihe North-West mod Britub Coluuroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one at annual rental of au acre, Not more than 2.560 acres will be leased to one applicant Application tor a lease mufci be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi the district in which the ied for are situated. In surveyed territory the lacd' be described by sections, or gal aubdivisiona of and iu uneurveyed territory the tract appli- d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied lor are not available but not otherwise, A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output o! the rfiine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every Knsee Oi coal mining which are cot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only, bui the lueee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be coa sidered necessary for the working of he mine at the rate of 310 an acre. For full information application hould be made to the Secretary ol he Department of the Interior, Ot- awa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion .Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication oi this advertisement will not be paid 'or. every variety always in stock. Call and see' OUT goods-and get our prices MeKENZIE 6 Redpath St, Lethbridjfe, Phone 204 Dad and thc engineer might ge-t next their weather eye. It to ba expected, of course, that a good many people would kick about ihe state of thc streets'Awhile the work is being done. But after all reasonable al- lowance" there seems to "be something leit-Jhat might be to_ One is that ".the streets that "been partly graded should be compl ted more quickly. The should get on a Jersey and koop closer to the fel- lows that are doing the rough work. As yet only one short piece- is-com- pleted and that is on a street where .from-one to two rig.s ii It is a good safe placo to- keep it as a sample but the poople-are getting tired of wallowing through the ton up streets after they have been partly done for weeks. Janse con. tractors wore going to have a hundred teams on the job in short order and inish the thing right up in a hurry But .the'hundred and the finish are. there only in absentia while the plo. ple are very anxious to :have them there in presentin. Dad ha3 after them pretty hot--already but surt-ly there is somo the contract by wliich he can cinch these fellows of big promises when they don't toe the scratch. For Windois and Drars No Rubber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Snsh Noiseless and Easy Running. Saves Fuel 25 per cent B, HIE, Sele -BOX 612 WANTED Unfurnished room in central loca- ion. Apply Box A. Herald 'Office. 203.6 ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Months Course at th ''Alberta Shorthand 51-52 ItfcDougall Block, Cal. gary, and see the results.- Terms usually moderate. Fall term bpem: August 31st. students. Positions secured for 202.26 WANTED A situation by young lady to assist with general housework. Apply Box Office. 20316 Coal, fee and DRAYINC THRESHING OUTFIT For separator Reeves engine, cook-car tankj. etc. A big snap for someone especially a man with all cash. Gal at The 0. W. Kerr Company offic Southard Block Jor furth ir in forma FOR SALE .Fine new eight roomed modern two minutes from post office. Will, trade "good city lots cloaj in in prart payment. Small cash payment will handle. Don't miss it. Apply by .letter-to Box W., Herald. 203-G Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors. Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE' WANTED At once at WarntT. First or sec- ond class certificate, male or femaU-, salary a year. Apply F. S. Leff- ingwell, Warner. 206.3 Food Tbe Perkct SabsfiWe tor HMer's fiflk Nestles Food k a complete