Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 6

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PACf THUZZ Strtaf T thai .trnst. WOCQ MOtte7 arc yoc lajriaf by aa jfOid a fgftfcep AttCOlJl with the Union Bask of Canada at you can, aojr sam from up, yoor balance grow. There's satisfaction and the hicbett correct rate is paid 4 times a at without noiict. LSTHWOQC UKUIOli: J. ANNUAL REPORT OF LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE IN THIS PROVINCE of tte of their tor tte THe yttf'a vithist barn marked by not rajid tat it friettda ol reform are to Nothing if everything ii not done and Im mediately, Such criUciam to WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS. avottee your Executive would atieMtkm. .accorded methods it: of its work, lie aad netittaoda are better ufeierstood. It y with not only ott- Oat, was also her litUa hoy ttMMM ErxT Tt'uuii'i Baa writes ridge, riw ujriuf I taoiwkt I would awl Ut jroa know hsusdt, 1 have re- 1 IM 'Terioto, 'Ont dee. leader ol 1. L. Bor- Opposition in the liti "t iili] Springy Vs., lookiug the pieiure of and says fee has benefihed by three weeks' rest. When qoeiUoned about election 'pro- lfr. Mid he knew no- :made. WANTED TO QO TO MIL vitkin tha prosecution of Lord'a Day Dec. Bradahaw, Work, and In no Englishman, three weeks iu Canada, more needful to remember taaVtkaa sentenced khia morniug to aa aaaiatisl element in program. peniteutssry courage aod energy %etiitig fire to a house on Hayter I Joiu wisdom St. He .surrendered himself, to the] the ol our causa ought police on the night of the fire aayiug be reminded thai all the aaivitiea of le had committed the crime in der to go to jail. Ring Up 108 Whea you want DRAYING DOM praeaptly and aatirfaoiorily JOHN BRODie to Polmatter Sisters at tonight. .Prices tl.lt, aarty! aod iU auciL'faaat cannot be reported. When by or conference partiaa violating the 1 Lord's- Day Act have been persuaded' ergy- and enterprise, but IK UMiig re- garded worthy of tor the rwaeonablenees of and the fairness ami cousideratenesa of ts methods iu the endeavor to secure recognition of tbe law. It manifest that prestige as ah whether aim or method or Us coaaidenid, is on the increase; and especially is it true that the convic- tion more 'widely prevails that re- throafh Uts of your Dr. Horway Pine Syrap. A tow VMJTS ago I so badly inmbtod aud fcad Ggtwusiplion end thai 1 would not y W tkroags Fall 1 had two doe- tvs ttttniiiitf ue and very isucb atarm4 MS. X vas u> bed throe an4 wHsa 1 got vf I could not wulk so had to go on BY hands and knees for wssks, and sty ssaistfd of no to 1 gave np aU hopes of win hrttar whta I'kappwted to sec it- E.RBL Alauaae Uui Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup was good far weak luogn. 1 tkovght I would try a bottle and by was a Voi bHtsr, so got and it suds a coMgtete M the Tic. and Me tAJTCHN CAHACHAW EXCUR- TsurM 'Car 'Servka in "ejHtnectiah "irfth the Canadian Excuniem, the Canadian Peciftc Railway Camnarty will ate the tewHet car eerviee tc desist, haa been the coanden- Itial character of, the that [the cannot be given to the Ite in every instance. Further 'the Alliance officers are 'nee j Wearily dependent on the watdrful- and their I reporting all fccta upon 'which ac- tion of any kind may be taken, The officers of braacfcee and taoae who are interested'in'the defence of the lation to violation of the law Al- liance ii'a, power to bo reckoned_wjth, Your Executive next, to draw your attention to various problotus demanding immediate and careful con- sideration. The Railway: This oue of the largest and most serious of these roblems. There has been some dim- nut ion of traffic and a number of em- ployes in various departments have given either' Sunday or another Llite boy was also troubled wit a v Imogs and it cored aim. I kebp it in I must be'our eyw. The Secretar- and Associate, hoW them Place Ofdiers for IMiG frem Kawtenay Landing ''to Tetwiite be attached He. 214 leaving Keetehey Ldg, end Far tiens in these cars apply te nearest'agent. .WITH.... v JUS. FRAME i Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 1 Picture 1 Framing WANTED lOO MEN To get their work done in the Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop FOOllAWOSWWWOtDlfi Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat-' ment and compressed air PattsfiJ selves in." readiness to undertake any action within xhc scope of'reaaonT and their ability. Having these prje liniinarj" remarks your executive burely voluntary as the 'action of an whose juemhers arc zeu- ous to protect the Sabbath. -Upon police constables, the burden of ottklai duty is expressed in tlieir oath of oltice. Your Executive would give expres- sion in certain convic- tions strongly -impressed by this sur- vey of the situation. The need of rest day; the necessity for sturdy ac- tion on the part of all the Jfrjcnds of this institution that it fixed in permanence in our national lifp; the value of reasonablo legislation Jor its defence, and for a guarantee ol the Our Scotch Ed. Kennedy Handford THF, PHOTOGRAPHER Get onr m PRICES OB Corrugated firon Galvanized and Painted MeUllk Sitting MetADk Shingles before buying .vhere "We have just placed a carload of tbe well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'i goods in stock it is reasonable in all its requirements Government in The campaign 'work of the Alliance the Legislature lias contributed greatly to the remov- al of these misapprehensions: Copies of the Act have been widely distrib- uted and every effort made to five just conception of its purpose' and an accurate knowledge of its provisions. The recent deliverance of Justice Maybee, the chairman of the Board of Railway Commissioners, has drawn public attention to the cart> with which the Act was prepared and the strength of support given It by Par- liament in. the form in which it has now been given to the people. Besides better understood, the Lord's Day Act is being honored observance. Quite a number of in- stances could be related on Sunday labor and business corrected and given the privilege of the "rest day. These, instances are connected with the rail- ways, with railway construction, the business of merchants, farming opera- tions, and the work of other callings. In the City of Edmonton certain other parties -responsible for concerts conducted upon the- Lorrl's Day, upon representation being uado to thir-i by tbe officials, at once brought their recommending, and in accepting this clause, had- justification, is found in the fact .that Ontario -has such a Pro- hibitory, clause.. Manitoba also had the same prohibition'in its 'statutes -and-the metropolis of the Win- Kingston Toronto. The evil have learned is not merely that bus Plain or Ornamented THE CITY mm ROBT.SCOTT, rights of all men on that day; the specific virtue of the Lord's Day Act, he latest oflorl at Sunday legisla- on; thc serious devolv ng upon all officials, high and low, whom tho .administration" of the Lord.'s Bay is assigned, to dis- harge their duty without fear, and with fidelity for the protection of ev- ry- citizen's rights to his day of rest; he effectiveness of special organiza-1 ion and concentration, upon this one phase of social effort indicatetl in thei w'ork of the Alliance; and finally the reatness of the obligation resting j upon all rightly to use- and lO3'ally to defend the Sabbath against its eiie- j NEWS FROM OLD LONDON. London, Dec. House of Commons Juis approved of the con- tract with the Canadian Pacific Ry. for conveyance of tho moils between Liverpool and Hong WHITE BEAR COATS From Each ness men .continue their contact with, business on the day -of rest, but there is-a growing and cities of in our .towns calling to their, office, Referring to -the activities of. the western secretary your executive re- ports that his whole time has been given to work of the Alliance in tho four provinces. His time has! been occupied visiting branches al- ready established, organizing other places, addressing public meetings, in- terviewing the authorities and conferr ing and corresponding with all Wnhea his counsel upon any phase of the Lord's Day question. The report of the treasurer already presented is gratifying. Last year con eluded with an adverse balance nearly The obligations of this year have'been fully met, and the ar- rears for 1006-7. OINU'S mm Office and Factory mu m urn men Telephone 153 YariS.si.St PUel95 Sunday entertainments to a close. Progress is further anted 'n the could not take a vote upon the question until receiving the consent of the Legislature. That consent was given "to Winnipeg-only a few years, only about three.-or. ago. It is significant nlso that only. upon the third vote upon Sunday cars the privilege of operating in that city se- cured- time two munici- palities have had to approach the Manitoba for the privi- lege of'a vote'upon this question. The basis for this prohibition lies in the fact that the Sunday question is not a local one, merely, but a vincial and a national one. This lat- ter conception of its being natlona has been emphasized by the passing of the Dominion Lord's Day. Act, af- ter a judgment-of'the highest court" in the realm that the power or direct Lord's Day legislation lay with the national government. In addition, a parallel is found in the fa'ct that cit- ies; and towns arc not left to deter- mine purely local matters by popular vote. For cite but 6ne clerks who we required to attend to the business of the Sun- day maiK It is not difficult to pre- dict" ultimate issues'of this form of Sunday labor. Construction work plei of necessity: -Building "_ of "all kinds contract work-in relation to bridges etc., is justified by this plea. In the enforcement of Sundaj' laws, judges in this and other lands have drawn the distinction between, absolute and fact that tha people ar-j awaKuncti power of -borrowing money is the value of the Sabbath. Its worth directly determined by the authority is being recognized, not alone in the of thc provincial legislature, and not physical benefits it bestows on those b-v thc wish of the people. The attitude thus far taken by the Alliance in the West in the matter o Sunday cars is that, first, the Legis lature should satisfy itself upon rep resentation made by the' accredited members of a particular city or town that a reasonable necessity exists for the operation of street cars upon, thc Lord's Day; and that then, only should tho question be submitted for who honor it, but in the inestimable oppdrtunitj- it affords for the delights and duties of domestic life, and for culture in the realm of the moral and spiritual. And as a -feature not of Polmstier Sisters at the Lyceum tonight. ...Prices SI. 00, TSc and Come early I 50c. If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz Ci Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Programs Receipt Forms Injact, Printing of any kind Let us show how its done Polmatier Sisters at the "Lyceum tonight. and Large Selection of Babies Bonnets MrsDouglas' DRY GOODS STORE Westmin- ster Road North Ward avoidable necessity. demands attention. That difference "In many cases under the observation of-the Alliance it has that .by a little forethought, the employment of ad- ditional help, providing some storage capacity in manufacturing plants, much Sunday labor regarded as nec- essary could be avoided. If the plea necessity as frequently presented to prevail, in- time almost any busi- ness or 'labor upon the Lord's Day could be successfully defended. Other business calls for considera- tion. The druggist has his tion, to trespass fthe bounds confining his Sunday trade to medicines and surgical appliances necessary for the relief of suffering; and in relation to him thc public is most inconsiderate in many instances. Xot only are medicines asked for but ..lemttnds are made from articles of his goneral stock sold in addition to -thy medi- cines. Tim photographer, too, in some places, we are does a large trade on Sunday. In this province, as- it other parts of the west, the problem of dealing with those who wish recognize an- other day than. Sunday arises. Much sympathy we is needlessly ex- to comply are our aUzens call- the popular vote. The Restaurant aacl the Hotel: class of business, strictly speaking, is! legitimate upon the Lord's Day. It is in their relation to the business of the merchant that the difficulty aris-i es. The 'Alliance has advocated'as a I to gjVC Up tne business of their reasonable policy that thev should in! j- y ordinary calling upon our national no wise be limited in purveying to the boarding and traveling public in furnishing meals, but 'should confirm attention to that and refrain from selling goods to be taken off the pre- mises; or in other words that they should not do the business of a mer- chant on the Lord's Day. To this effect decisions have been given by See our Desks and Secretaries before buying elsewhere. Drofi in and take alftok at our Rocking Chairs and Parlor Suites Bowman Block Crabb Street magistrates in various parts of the country, and specially worthy of note wio uoa own rcnuorcu oy ousucu Clute of Toronto. The principle has therefore been clearly, defined and the application of the law to this class of business established. Generally in this province, with thc exception of the foreigners, merchants close their business on the Lord's Day, but we ought to have the benefit also of the j i restraint imposed by the Lord's Day Pelmatfer Sisters at Lyceum iiiomiht. ti.M, TSc and 50" 'Cemt earlyt rest day. And the fact that they come here knowing our national ha- bit and sentiment, and to make thcm-i selves rich out of our resources gests that in ordinary courtesy they j should conform to all our laws even I at the sacrifice of a i'ttk- in thc way j of industrial industry. i Turning to the question of ofMcial attitude in thc matter of enforcing the Lord's Day Act your executive begs to say that the Attorney Gener- al of this Province has taken the po- sition that the Day Act is in force throughout thc Dominion, and that, so loner ns it rejnains the law of the land, tho obligation rests upon him to