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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12, I9M OF CANADA (Capital, Rest divided Prolits Ciceti Now, when money is coming in faster than at any other season.' are you laying by as much as you should Open a SiVllflS AetWlts with the Uuiion Bank of Canada as often as you can, any sum from up, and watch your balance grow. There's satisfaction and security in it. Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 times a. year. Money may be withdrawn at any time, without notice. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. ky Labor MM, is respMsikle lor the Afairs WtrkiaiMi Fratidy and lapartiaDy Dis- Views in cussed. M Topics tf literest ti jj tkis Labor Classes In'Ati THE: Molsons Bank The editor of Iron Moulders' Jour- Judge Willis, in Ol'.l Count n-j mil, J. P. Fivy. referring to high dues. crediUM with the statement that I makes following "We may liken due !uan ls wod for work till hoi mteiv.-ung i is iiftv. Thu j definitely decide nut to start work till good headway on smooth and level j can pivv the- world their horse-power th VICTORY FOR THE UNION. Vancouver, B.C., Dec. signal victory was won by the Stonecutters' Union, 01 Victoria, in the full judg- ment today in th? suit.of Graham vs. Knott. the latter being the secretary of .'the union. In effect the decision relieves any trades union of liability to an applicant who refuses to "sub- mit, to a test, for admission to the and fails to secure employ- ment as a result of his refusal t-> comply with the union conditions. They can threaten to strike if he "s employed, and so force him out of work, as they did in this case, and still not be liable. i FORGED FATHER'S NAME. Woodstock, Ont., Dec. Mitlcolni, a young farmer from East Zorra, has been committed for trial on a charge of. having forged his Ba- ther's name to joint notes for over Bail was fixed at i roadster S011U' tie sixteen ill carry a of speed party with over country roads, but tlu- forty-horse power tour- j it of trades knock the 'whi-iv invr the roujrht-si roads, up! Jthe and through tlu-1 i worst mud holes. So with dues. The I I union with low dues has only small jj powtT; with UKxIium dues it can; j nivve along with some degree of s in normal times, but the Idurs trades unions caiv weather every ;a' i storm ami overcome every obstacle j 'with its reserve energy, which can; i U- used when the crisis comes, and I iean br upon to see tae; trouble it brought to -i Established HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL Capital, paid up, Reserve Fund 07 Branches iu Canada Agents mul in jill principal cities aiul towns in the I'uiunl States. SAVINGS BAM DEPARTMENT sitii ru au tuvvnmt 1 merest depo- ourrent rale, inisiuoss ELECTRIC LIGHTING Electric Bells Telephones Motors The Western Plumbing, Tinsmithing ft Heating Co. NEXT 0101 TO IEUU OFFICE P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 [lectric Signs Electric Irons Electric Fans All Kinds of Electric Wiring Done by an Efficient Staff of First-class Workmen Standard Sectional Houses are uiauufac- tured in Vancouver, B.C., of the best Kiln-dried Lumber, in most up-to-date designs. S. A. Spencer Cardston Atta. DRAYING DR. J. H. RIVERS, Re-elected Mayor of Raymond. i MeClure's magazine tor November; j contains an interesting interview! with Samuel Gompers. of; 'the American Federation of Labor.; i bv Kibbe Turner. Under the 1 headin? "Business has no Property j i Right ia Labor." the following i ty ana eedings pending rib i Washington, he vroalc sco- to "What is this nsrat to oo I. ,j.ruoK j0r an juotvase jn th, Manager Brandt 'f their weekly this uukmistu ihreiiteiK most auciect ar.d hoivi'Tible cone out C'f busing In a t. r nevVsisarv ss Pad Is jrfad t tae co-wcii: axy a city council or, and I ..WITH.... JAS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 would "be no legal There! n t for any searated as I j tat toiv s not ai :a21 Th- in this ter s te cty wo to prohibit th-.1 erection of shacks good buildings. Some- Has. an employer any j the pun T really could not help it boinjr so close to Xova Scotia. If Bad and I had been homo ihis 5ast week I would have advised him to call a public meeting for the dis- cussion of the issues of the day. El- ectors want to have some idea of what in the mischief they are voting for and would be willing to go to a city public meeting to find out. Seme how or other they have got the idea that when the Trades and Labor Council calls a meeting- it is for the purpose of giving the kickers a chance to get their- kicks aired publicly. And the great body of the people don't want to spend an evening listening to a lot of petty grievances that have as much to do with the general af- fairs of this city as thu fight our rooster had last summer has to do with, the wonien suffrage fight in Eng- land. Candidates ought to place their views before the people and the city should give them an opportunity. ofncers frora calling a strike? If they remove ail his laborer they are I nothing that, beloncs to him. can he enjoin strikers from men nave taie: her risdoni by some of the aldermanic o: tar- imponarie steps; candidates is uppallinsr to Dad and by the carpenters. is the adop-; he- is almost scared to death at the n the old asre pensions system.; prospect of sitting in council with xvho know much more than he i designed to provide for members in-1 j W. H. FAiRFlELD, j The new President of the Lethbridge j wa-v irom and District Agricultural Society. from There is absolutely j no theory but one that makes him i a party in. any -way to these trans- theory thai he has a FOUGHT ABE ATTELL. Los Angeles, Dec. Wolcasi. i of water a day. I not to write the secretary-treasurer and tell hiui to tell the engineers not i to pump over forty thousand gallons He has the word of of Slihvaukee, outfought Abe Attell.: an authority that two thousand gal- j Picture Framing I our i 4- W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER PRICES on Corrusated Iron Galvanized and. Fainted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carlond of the well-knovrn Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s in stock OLIVER'S MJHCTilNG COMPAIiy Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and BQMPflS STREETS 'Telephone 153 Yafd, Smith St Phone 195 properly right- in the labor of featherweight champion, before the; Ions a year or five gallons a clay is men who work for him. It is on this! Pacific Athletic Club last night. The enough for a family and that the in-1 theory and no other that the courts tight -went ten rounds with no official! dustrles are wasting water. 1 think I have continually enjoined the work- decision permitted under the law. he will order the people to use dish j ers from interfering with an em-jWolgast ru-lic-d the fighting in every I water for baths and tell the mines j plover's right TO do business. This S round, backing Attell all around ihe and factories to catch Their waste! is a theory of slavery, and organ-i ring, and landing frequently heavy j and use it never again. li- the people! ized labor will never stop fighting it swings to the jaw and stomach that: do this thirty thousand gallons will j until it is abolished. I :-hffOk the champion severely. 'supply their needs while ten thousand It i.i our contention that what, Hand Painted China Cut Glass Sterling Silver Fancy Goods Leather Goods Ebony Goods Silver Cased Goods Gold and Silver Novelties Fountain Pens Etc., Etc. i lawful f'-r out- man do alone does j ENGLAND SATISFIED. j not becunbu unlawful when he does it j Onawa, Dec. Strathc-ona savinff especial ci'inibination. The strike and tlv..' eott arc more than the ercise of the econo-mic right, of will keep the industries going (if they run a 'circuit That wiii be a as the city is punip- a million gallons a >s communicated to Ottawa the in-: aboul hillf rmation that the "Imperial _____ -s are well satisfied with the every freeman to deal or not to dealjsures yhich have been taken to pre-j The not soc'm lo be gettV with another JUST as he, ihe spread of foot and mouth I vcrj- much excited the of labor have exactly the I disease in the Dominion from Everybody knows that Dadj same right. I United States. i wants ex-aid.-ex-sec.-trcas. Bowman j An employer can and does dis-1 ________________ at his right hand for finance minister j charge a workman for any reason he! land it is likely that pretty nearly ev-1 lease-: for the color of his eyes, or DETECTIVE IS GUILTY. i vote for him for Dad's Hamilton. Dec. a Ham-; sake if not for his own. Then Chief j ilton jury found William Huckle, a' G-illespie says there are two hundred j his religious faith, or his political views. We demand the right to strike on the same right to, strike for any reason we please. But organized rabor is not free to strike n? it chooses. As a matter of fact the courts give forth such a chaos of different opinions that it is impossible to secure any clear ideas of what we- have a right to do: For instance take the "closed 25 it is miscalled. Dealers in Electrical Fixtures. Shades and Lamps Motors and Dynamos Bells, Annunciators and Telephones A General Wiring and Contracting Business Done Repairs promptly itteodsd ti McKENZIE 6 ROY Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 WHITE BEAR COATS From Each Large Selection of Babies Bonnets Mreflgynlae' DRY GOODS STORE Westmin- ster Road North Ward If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes P? ograms Statements Receipt Forms Tnn rc flfj of any kind Let us show how it's done private detective, guilty of blackmail-i and thirty houses in Xorth Ward ing George Ireland, in accusing him [about one-fifth of population isj of improper conduct with Miss Cox.'north of the track. The people oni The jury recommended him to mercy, j this sude have always voted that ev- j County Constable John Tierney, his j ery generous-hearted soul on the south; companion, was acquitted. j side will vote for Arthur Frayne, for! _______________________________.-besides being the representative of; the North Ward, he is a darn good head and -vrill be a good man to lo after the workingmcn's end of the' "VQ-QIT business. Outside of these two it is anybody's game and the man who "D TT "VT O j bets on any of the others against the AVw j j3 taking a long chance. VALISES and SUIT CASES For Your Holiday Trip from the Just as Dad and the rest of the fa- mily were getting on. the steamer this morning at St. John an awful cloud of dust descended upon us. pc3- j ky stuff smelt like Lethbridge and Dad on examining a brick that into his eye found it was off the new fire hall and having received a des- j patch of Alderman-aspirant McNicol's proposal to lessen the dust nuisance, he remarked that he would be if he would not support that gentle- man's scheme or any other scheme to keep down the dust, bricks, and gra- vel and other material that sailed promiscuously between the Rocky {Mountains and the Atlantic Something has got to be done as.tho dust kicked up even by a mild zephyr docs more damage to the religion of the citizens of Lethbridge than a corps of evangelists can remedy i" their regular February campaign. This is one of the questions that will ihavc to come up before the new council and the chances are that it will be a dirty proposition. Excuse Round Trip Fare From LETHBRIDGE To Montreal..-- 556.60 Toronto..... Ottawa..... 56.60 Quebec.--.. 61.50 Proportionate fares to many other points in Ontario, Que- bec, and Maritime Provinces. Miwaukce St. Louis..... DCS Moincs.. Sipux City. Coun'l Bluffs. Omaha....... St Joseph Kansas City 57.50 55.70 62.00 54.00 56.00 56.25 58.75 60.15 Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1st to 31st, 1908; return limit three months from date of sale. MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL and THE WAY OF FAST TRAINS When buying tickets insist upon them reading via Obtain information from your local agent or address: H. S. Collins, Gcn'l. Agent 420 Riverside Avc., Spokane. ;