Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Friday. August Page 5 Lime, Cement and Building Material Round Street Phone 763 When you want Lime, Cement, or Building Material of any kind, just make up your mind that there's no better place to get .it than right nere THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 Lethbridge N. Taber; Bow Island Milk Hirer High River Claresholm Nanton Granum' Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet FALL OPENING of the Garbutt Business Col- lege TV-ill be on Monday, Aug. 22..'1910. Pull information on appli- cation. GEO. J.SCHMIDT P.O. Box 1291. Principal. Phones: Office 1315. Residence 1458. TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL ON THE FRANK MURDER CASE CANADIAN Special Rates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on, Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept. 23, 1910. Transit Limit 10 days in each direction For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLlE, Dist. Pass. Agent., Calgary, Alta. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent., LETHBFUDGE. St. Johns, Que., Aug. what of a sensation was caused .by the progress of the case of Stewards vs. College Monnoir, when Judge 'Mon- ette announced himself ready to with- draw from the ease, when counsel for the prosecution read a, cablegram which the judge had sent to the Vat- ican at Rome, asking the Pope to pre- vent the execution of the decision of Mgr. Sbarretti regarding the college.' 'Professor William R. Smith, head of the Royal Institute of Public Health in Liverpool argues against the giving of wedding presents as a menace 'to good health. He says they spread germs and cause epidemics. The following comment and resolu- tion regarding the so-called Frank murder case has -been sent in for publication -by the Trades and Labor Council of Lethbridge: The Frank murder case will no doubt exercise the minds of labor un ion men. So many similar cases .may occur in connection with the dailj toil of any of us. It is not in the mine alone, .but also on the railway on the 'building, in fact, in any rela- lation that one workman is placed in regard to another workman. The fact that a heated conversation has occur- red 'between workmen is no evidence that there is -deadly hatred 'between them. For those in authority to be led away by any mistake of this kind is a thing to be deplored. Tie union man takes an obligation to not dis- criminate against creed or color, or nationality. This obligation is ad- hered to and the non-union -man -has nothing to fear from the hands of the union man. The non-union man may have as his creed that the unorgan- ized state is the -best, and the union man may persuade 'him to look at it otherwise; there may be a certain amount of heat or passion in the argu- ment, -but there is no such thing as hate on the side of the union man; Ms object is the welfare of the non- union man. For any man to hatch up evil merely on account of heated words is a crime in-itself and may lead to a great injustice, and may be the means of leading to murder of the worst kind. The following resolution was passed at the Trades and 'Labor Council on July 14, 1010: To the Attorney-General, Edmonton: The Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council, in session assembled, strong- ly protest against the high handed action of the Public Prosecutor in the case of Bro. Decoux of the United -Mine Workers of America, who, after having ibeen exonerated by a coroner's jury from all blame in connection with the accident whereby one, Lobert, met his death in the Frank mines. We are convinced this interference by the Public Prosecutor is entirely unwarranted and a menace to the liberties of industrial workers, and j we hereby .call upon the Minister o Justice to take such action as wl secure the liberation of Bro. Oecou. pending a trial .by a jury of his peers or explain why such action cannot b taken. Signed on behalf or organized labo in Lethbridge and .district. S. W. TUCKWELL, President T. L. C .T. C. CAMPBELL, Vice-President T. L. C W. -SYMONDS, Secretary T. L. C Delegates United Mine Workers of America, Local A. Crabb, Donald Mc- iNabb, Thomas Heaton, John Larson. International Brotherhood of Elec- trical Symonds, C. F. Stewart, F. Hogg. Painters and Decorators F. C. Jampbell, J. W. Chandless, Arthur Shaw. Brewery Workers" Local Attwood, M. McCormack, Thomas. Kempen, Anton Gutenberg. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and H. Lewis, W. J. Hart- land, Brookes, J. M. Ritchie. International Hod Carriers and Building Adams, D. Meiekle, E. Hooker. H. -Clear. Typographical Union, Local No. 551 W. Tuckwell, J, Jones, E. Frey. Bartenders' Local Ben- nett, D. Haley. Brotherhood of Lathers, Local Un- Scott. Cereal Workers Local A. Fair.brother. International Barbers' Local Union M. Harris. WILL WRITE C.P.R. OFFICIALS ABOUT IT A FINE YOUNG HORSEMAN' (Continued from front Verbal understanding With C. P. R. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., recount- ed what he remembered of verbal Burial of Little Jack Stewart at Claresholm- Claresholm, Aug. remains of little Jack Stewart were laid, to rest in the Claresholm cemetery to- ald on the top of my. head, and now. I have hair one..inch long, with. -tEe use of only one bottle. I shall -cer- tamly keep on .using, it until Ilhave a good head of hair, which I -have no- doubt if Horseshoe _____ cussion as to the most forceful way stopped immediately. After a mo- of calling Sir Wilfrid's attention toiment of silence 'Mayor Hanson arose Lethbridge's need of a post office, and after various methods had been sug- gested, it was decided that Vice Pre- sident C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., and Secretary draw up and present to the premier a mem- orial upon the subject. and closed the meeting- Price Henry, the third son of the- king and queen, is the humorist or the royal family. Many stories are told about the court respecting his brisk humor and apt retorts. BETTER. BUSINESS THAN HE ANTICIPATED Geo. Helson, travelling for R. M. Beal and Co., tanners, and leather manufacturers, Lindsay, Ont; was'.in the city yesterday afternoon on his semi-annual1 trip through .the west 3y far the heaviest portion of his business is with harness makers, and ts fluctuations therefore is a fairly, 'barometer of; the prosperity of ;he farming communities. He only left Lindsay two weeks ago, he says, and although orders are not so heavy as at the same period last year, yet'it is far heavier than he expected to find it. In fact from reports that have reached the east, he expected to find trade practically dead in 'the west, and he is delighted to find that such is far from being the -case. However in the "world such reports of western -conditions that have reached the east, originated, is past his understanding. DEATH OF MRS. H. M; BUDD- OF BLAIRMORE. Blairmore, Aug. sorry: to learn of. the death-of Mrs; H.