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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, III! PAGE FIVE OF CANADA Essentially Farmers'Bank With-138 Branches in in the West Union Bank has exceptional facilities for.handling the business of Fanners, Cattlemen, Grain Dealers and Retail Merchants, as well as of Manufacturers and Wholesale Houses whose dealings extend throivguourtlic t'ouiury, Negotiable paper handled on the most favorable terms. Interest paid quarterly on Sayings Accounts. BRANCH: J. R, The World of labor Affairs of Wwtagaoi Fraldjf ind iBpartiatty Dis- cossed. Conrtspoiieicc M Topics of Interest to Labor Classes larked brtrikrted by a labor Man, wke is respttsiUe for (fee Views expressed in this ColiBfl tho C, P.R. machinists' strike occiiff- last Saturday morning shortly af- ter the enst bound train arrived. -A coupling or some other part of cue of the cars .had gone on tho iiummer and necessitated the supervision of the "experts" employed by the com- pany. After spending ubout two hours on what could have been reme- died by any; of the men on strilai in a few minutes, the "expert" had .to give it: up as a, bud job, and 'tiw- train might have been standing there I yet had not t.hose in charge decided to leave with it partly remedied. appeared to rue us one of thf most pitiable sights 1 over saw was the manner in which the strike-break CTH were shadowed by thoir "defend- ers.' Poor things, I wonder what their honest opinion is Men who deliberately scab ou another man's job, and then have to have a shadow al6ncside him before ho can stir, are beautiful specious i of our .race. Well, cheer up, these .jnen are doing one good t.hiiur that perhaps they ure unaware ot. They are helping through their ignorance to win the strike for-the men. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of It is seldom in the course o? that the working: OUR LETTER BOX WIM yM live ajyttaiaf to tell tr to real place it u tkif catau. If yan wait aiytkiaf MM tail 25e one iawrtioi t insertions for Si LAL'S PURE TEA It's- RICH, CJLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR Lave made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yetf IT IS PURE! Ram Lfcl't Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO LTD WANTED General four miles from town. Apply Uox 542, 2'9.'.) WANTED First class cake bakor. No other need apply. Schweitzer Bros. 218-0 WANTED Young man warns respectable fel. low to occupy suite of two fine rooms with. him. 247, City. Price right. Address Box the necessity of putting "a. candidate j _niea of this in the field at the ensuing CANADIAN PHONETIC SOCIETY have had the pleasure of listen- and also the sending of a delegate to TO the Editor ing; to two addresses from their own the. annual .convention of the Trades' Friday, evening, the and Labor Congress of Canada'. iLabor Temple was packed with an audience who listened to! A resolution .was passed granting; JR. P. jPetlipiece advocating the prin- the free ,usu of the hall to .the strik-I of the laboring classes In no' ers during the strike. j -iiicertutji voice. Another resolution to the effect] thai "the Trades and Labor Council j place itself on record as being in i postcards, using shorthand e strikers, condemn The muss meeting was called under auspices of the local Trades and JJibor-Council, and-despite the fact then; .were two items on the .night's programme elsewhere, it was credit to the man and the orinci- ks expounds to see such.- a large j of union iiieu'-'prtStfiit.; Need j Jeas to say -they, -were well; repaid. 'lth rt-siding in Canada, I have beeu_ much interested, by cor_ respondence with Phonographers writing Isaac Pitman's shorthand in England and the United States. I believe there' are large numbers of Canadian settlers, who, in the old j circles for the exchange of letters or as the means of written' communication. ICE CREAM Soft Drinb Frtk and Ccniectioaery 'BUDD" REED Successor to G-. W. H. Keecl 21 i j unanimously' bv vote.. In tho Oliver's Hall on'Monday ev- i These-1, circles keep aliv.e the interest with those who practice the art in standing; n A L. i suctv a way that they do not forget the valuable, study of'..earlier days. For those'capable of writing short- the heiir number assembled to Xingsley, editor- 9i the of his' address was natur- Western Clarion, and Socialist candi- i knowiedge has found his fi'rst real i function and mission ,of the date Vancouver, B.C. His topic 'hand, oportunitiea occur, when least expected, in a country such as ours, a young man, to were received with ap--handled .subject showed that, he Clause; After dealing with: the bis- "U about it. For over an kour of the Congress ,''hc' urged "the aud a half he held the attention of sity i of' iiidependent- political ac-' his 'audience, and was there with tion on the part of .trades unionists.! touching upon. Dunsmuir'closing his..coal 'mines on, Vancouver Island, I fact? mid Ho back up 'his; ar- fee forcibly pointed out the- To further an interest in unionism workingmen gave the to those locals whom, it may concern power to write the. law by sending what appears to me a good and Labor Coiijfress ot Cana'da Aheme illy luucuon ana mission :ot the T. success .-attributable to an unexpected but the remarks W "-Labor and its and j opening occurring where his steno- made outside ttis-'subject.were to tha thorough manner- in which he 1 graphic abmtv was the means Of in troduction. In. the'thinly populated districts, a letter received is'an event'of the day. T have recollections of walking on the prairie several miles of an evening to the nearest-post office, and re- member the. pleasure or disappoint- ment Vthat accompanied the receipt or npn receipt, of a letter from home or brother shorthand writer. Letters by mail enliven the solitude of "country while the. settler can. ify'reply'tellhis friends in disfani parts of conditions which interest anc often prove of greater value than merely interesting a correspondent by the recital ol a story. Again, in towns and villages, sten- ographers will receive a benefit by getting'in touch with a wider world and may learn of- aggresive centres of industry, quite apart from the hobby side of shorthand writing, in their corres- pondence. Not Canada only, but England and all English, speaking poi _ .____ parliament, -and urged -the scheme. "The Piano, .Organ and Mu- Jaboring men to remember .their pbw- sical Instrument Workers "of oa election day. i in. of the fact [past nine months many unwarranted He speiit a part .of his address in "ncalled for wage -reductions Kave pointing out where the worker; was j beeh fact that rents ing, they, brought in Orientals. was hot far to seek-rOrientals no jgBtting off at. After thiT capitalist and bread stuffs have raised got what he wanted from them, in Price- believing that saw the way the wind was blow- only be had by "Pited eirort On the part of the work man have decided to offer premiums as a part remuneration for efTorts that may be put forward by the individual members to solidify the workers. In dealing- with the C.P.R. machin- ists strike he said it was 'a to 3abor organization, that on August -5th over 95 per cent, of the workers' -afcctw walked out. -After could make Premiums what The Coaltate Restaurant Is the place -to get a good Square Meal.. Everything new and clean. CdombM letMTHt's Old Stiid Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours THE HUB C AF E Has BOW opened its new room and, cap claim to have the laryfMt as well as the beet restaurant ac- commodation in Southern WANTED Young man wants good convenient room. One- with bath preferred. Ad. dress Box 247, City. 218.3 WANTED Position by competent stenograph. er Over five years experience, good that cffect leaat OQCe m references. Apply Box E., Herald Of. fice. 215.6 SYNOPtll OF COAL MINING RfcQ ULAT10NI Goal mining r if bus _ot tae j in Mamtoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Ttfrritofy, the Territurieii and BriLiab Coiuuroia, may be leai-jd tor a term oi twenty-one acre. Not cuore than acres will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a leaae ht made to the Agent or Bub-Agent d the district in which the rifthU ap- plied for are situated. In burveyed territory the Ian'" moat be described by sections, or lr gal subdivisions of sections, and uuaurveyed territory the tract appli- ed ior shall be staked out. Sach application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for an not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the at the rate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to year. coal WANTED To rent two or three furnished or unfurnished rooms suitable for light The lease will the Housekeeping. Apply Office. Box D., Rerald 216-6 A.L. PWeSO P.O. 82 1 KftftAVft. 14 Q -li thJS were- adopted, the various colonies may furnish their quota and trikers that 'Every cent of but for a start m the in your hide and the ibones." he urged them to stand pat, j X" Any securing ,5 applica- the" C.1P.R. win out irijtipns '-for membership with part pay- contest they can win over labor organization." any of thc foe on ench I plication, shall receive a silver biit- ton' eniblttm of his union; 2- Any member prbcunng -10 appli- i the toreincntiowd im- a solid cold While on this topic he mentioned t i uict that u all the directors .of rM "in tuition lee, to receive C.r.U. were to die that night, iinttnn r i.- 0 ijuiion. eminematie of his. union, this gigantic organization, which had _x__ been given them by the would t so the choice open is very wide: With the means available, such as picture post cards, and .photography, there should be no difficulty in' creating a chain of inutual "l -interests which might lead to life friendships. I have for many years corresponds ed with phonographers I have never met, and to whom I feel as attached as if they .-were from my old home. Shorthand has "been a hobby with me FP II anting FOR SALE OWNER wishes to sell west half of Sec. 7.8.19 about 12 miles east of Lethbridge, near canal, railroad and neighbors. Price teirns. R. Hand, Hotel Windsor. 217.6 mining rights only, bui the lesee may be permitted to purchase vhatevec available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information application should be made to ihe Secretary oi the Department cf the Interior, Otr tawa, of Agent or Bub-Agent 61 Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthorized publication thi; advertisemeut will not be tor. _ and has, further, been of inestimable I profit as well. move as -ifnothing .f" Iie' to some t have now letters from a number ldcu and r comident that prein- Of English speaking correspondents happened. "Why, astfed tlie speaker, ?'shouid these men. wno take part in the working of the organ- ization go on collecting the huge rti- iums of the above kind or any better adopted "England and other countries wlio locals interested, j wnuld be pleased to correspond with In referring to the Day pa- jradcs he remarked that if tho men to at their halls -on election day. as they did on I.ji- dayr they could carry -every .scat in the Dominion In conclusion he urged upon them by the would be the means of a'rlding addi- i tional interest in t.ho cause of'union-' -u -i t L j Thus the idea of inaugurating ihi '_ _____ Canadian Phonetic Society originat- i ecU The first annual list of members inc tity I ouncil has made a crant; -n u I.T i r i ct.. be published m a few of MOO to the Trades und Labor T u i j -n-i -i. f> II should be glad if any Pitman writ Council tor the celebration on A 4 -u i ?rs interested would join us. Tne big day next month- One of the many sidelights which j interested would j subscription is nominal, being 25c per annum to cover cost of is- are cropping u, connection, with j G, j suing and posting the annual thc employment of unsk.lled ]abor in addreses and containing changes address urd new members. I trust you be able to give pub- licity to this matter, which I re. will be of real value, and f r which favor T offer you, in antici- pation, my best thanks. ALBERT M. ROSS, P O.Box 566, Br-xndon, Man. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital I have a modern picture iEraming outfit and a stock of mouldings. Fly Time is nbw here We can do your odd work in Screen Doors aud Windows and do it as you .want it Screen Poors .Screen Windows Once made to fit your win- dows .or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OP PARIS Jiist Arrived WM. BUYER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: br mil ri HUNS JTttfTJ Telephone 153 a W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER RUSSELL SAGE'S ESTATE New York, Aug. Sage's estate is valued at nearly This fact became known today for the first time through the signing of the order for the transfer tax payable o the state. THE HECLA FURNACE Tte Western PrUnbiDpostnittiing Heating Co P.O.Box 417 Pbone 266 I Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roytl CoMierks U4. All Standard Stocks HaixdUd HEAD B. C. Supplies Of every variety always in stock. Call and see onr goods and get our prices McKENZIE ROY Redpaih St., Lethbridge, Altau Phone 204 FOR SALE Five roomed cottage on Burdett St. i.pply 620 Burdett St. 201.0 FOR SALE One milch cow. Apply Mrs.P. Cain, Bailey St., North Ward. 217-6 TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two entiemen. Apply Box K., Herald Office. 308-0 TO RENT Furnished room to rent. .Apply Box 444, City. 220.6 ROOMS AND BOARD Booms and board for 2 or 3 gentle. ;entlemen. Apply two-storey house, Barnes St.; North Ward.' 216-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered ol Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 36, not reserved, majr be homeatead- ed by any person who it the iple of a family, or any male over 18 yean of age, to the extent of section of 160 acres or.leu. Application for entry must be ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Dufierin St. Oantin, Hill Block, aoslo LOST Lost between Lethbridge and Dia- mond City Saturday, a lady's crav. enette rain coat. Finder please leave at Herald office. Box G. 216.6 LOST A brown and white English setter with tag numbered either 36 or 37. Reward by returning to Fred Hick. 219-6 AL8ERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a 'Four Months Course at the "Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting 51-52 McDougall Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un. usually moderate. Fall term opens August 3Ist. secured for students. 202-26 DRESSMAKING Dressmaking by the day. Miss Simm, Westminster Road, North Ward. in person by the applicant at a Do- ELinion Lands Agency or 8ub-Afency tor ihe district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son. daughter, brother or tUter of an in- tendinf The homesteader ia required to per- form the homestead duties under of the following plant: (1) At least alt months' reaidenoe upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A bomesteader may, if he ao desires, perform the required real- dence duties by living on fanning land owned solely by him, not than eighty (80) aciea in extent, ia the vicinity of hia homestead. Join! ownership of land will not meet thU requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father ia deceased) of a homesteader baa permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not lew than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the licinity, such homesteader mar perform hia own residence duties by living with ihe father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragraphs is defined aa SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same leaving orders with E. c-o .Police Station. 74-0 SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M., London, England, pupil of thc om_ taent teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher of vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture and vocal music on and after Sep- tember 1st at Thc Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. C. M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piane and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au. StockWanted In exchange for iivt-ry barn on Re_ gina.Prince Albert branch of Ca i Nor. Ry., in live town of 700 people I'rod schools, churches and c'.ir-try well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars, sre FORD TYLER, LethbrJdgc Lethbridge Also agent for Wells Land Cat- tle Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and im proved land. Will be pleased shovr interested parties over acre farm, 20 miles south of Lethbridge. Harvesting now in full ND HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET LOOK FOR THE SIGN have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- nitnre on sale at our rooms. If you are looking for first class goods at third class prices, come and inspect our stock. Gibbon TELEPHONE 261 meaning not moi-e than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wMle living with parents or on fanning land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent r Six months' notice in writing mnst be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORI, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication o! this advertisement will not be paid for land to? sale in vicinitv. TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New- lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue to the end oi term. Apply jtntinjc experience, what certificate uciu ana salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. PICK THIS UP QUICK 480 ACRES CHOICE FARM LAND SOUTH OF COALDALE, ONLY MUST HAVE EQUITY IN CASH. For this and other bargains Weber Bros. I Ott Block Uthbrkke ;