Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE TJ3THBRTDGE PATLY ITERATE We have some good buys in CALL AND SEE US Ask for one of our free maps of the City of Lethbridge property Phone 311 i o r while smaller -'of the two consequently the right man could cases ..was dismisscd-without much de- phere was dense, ;with smoke, but with all these disadvantages crowded audiences-remained until mid- night, and they. evidently went away satisfied with the show. It was easily -the .best meeting held of the "campaign, -and the 'Council is to be complimented on. their public -spirit iii granting free use of the hall for this occasion. We want your.farm loans. Money on skort notice, A few bargains m sisctibn tracts THE 0. W. KERR CO. 0. T. Lathrop, Res. Manager perties of the. Labor Hall 'are hot make politics the next provincial liberation, reserved on perfect by any means, and the atmos- or federal election very interesting.'; the larger, and likely will not be de- but .TuesdayX of be- i livered for "several months. The case the; ing make the heard before judicial com- ers more hopeful-for the future. mittee of the privy" council composed _i_il_ j oi" Lord. "Lord Mersey, 'm. i Lord Sh'a'xr; of Lord At- "i here will be; high jinks in, theLa-1 hinson Lora Rotison. Danckwerts, bor Hall on Eve, when the-s. .B. 1C C.j with Hamar Bartenders': Union hold 'their' annual Greenwood and Horace Douglas, ap- feast. What the.-local mixologists do pcared: for the provinces, while' Sir not know aboufvSoihg themselves well Robert SVSEwart, K.G., j at these functions could be written on Ottawa; -A.." -R: 'Creelman, K.. C., ttte back of a used postage stamp Stewart Tupper, K. C., The arrangements are under the guid- Winnipeg and Geoffrev -Lawrence, ap- hand of the word failure was erased froninis as :by Woods: gir Robert vocabulary before lie could talk. Finlay .replied and was followed :by Last year-a shining light in the lo-'Ewart, .with.Woods replying., Speak- Jabor movement had a novel ex-.ing to the press" this ence at a similar function, but hie- said that the privy council gave ihe staying- powers were sadly deficient, completest attention and -a kindly hearing, .evincing a. .desire to :get at Judging from-the enthusiasm of the Retail Clerks' union, they are going to succeed where the cold legality of a bylaw, which was not a bylaw, fail- ed. The calling of attention, of the public to the various stores keeping j -penence-at a similar open', after six o clock will ,do more to enforce a new bylaw than any num- ber, of hair-splitting legal opinions.. The Hod Carriers Union will meet 'the bottom of the. cases. lil LI The opposition of the Calgary city yall officials to the street, forming- a union, is now practically' set aside. One of the questions form- erlyi'asked as if the application was a member of a if given to understand that unionism .was in bad" odor with the municipal author- ities of that city. This government or municipal own- ership bug that-seems possessed workinginen, will work' to' tlieir ;undo-1 ing, and when .they .are-all civil, ser-j vants, a, or combination .of: these servants in unions, can. be con-' strued into -'the; State." Then it KILWAT. FOR RENT S. roomed" modern ..house, furnished, cor.