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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta MACHINERY Are you setting out your laundry'in as prompt, eco- nomical and satisfactory a manner as you would like to? Our stock includes: EXTRACTORS, WASHERS, COOKERS, STARCH ERS, DRY ROOMS. PRESSES, 1RONERS Full description and price on request. THE STUART MACHINERY CO., LIMITED 764'Main St.. Winnipeg. HERALD 'MAJOR STEWART NSHOP IS PRESIDENT [Announced Their Decision Trades Council Claimed That No Strike 'Had Been Called .iocs or charges, ana .last night's meet ing uecuicd that the- current expenses would be met by voluntarv contribu- tions of OIK? dollar. Detective Egau spoke for ai.uthei- meeting early next. month and i pressed the opinion that there man-v had serves! in the Imperial Army who do not know SASKATOON NAMES ITS COMMISSIONERS fu-ers and a com- w be applied u.r at Winnipeg. suL-rm Alaloolai Young und kijor S. Stewart were nominated for T, Present. Both (Inclined the honor, K n M lodavjlM.-. 24. The, Exchange would tiJOr W linally prevail cr that a strike was on contrary to j e-'j on to and was elected-pre- ihe terms of the agreement, and would have, therefore, no other con- j l one name, was presented for see- LOCAL BUDGET The price paid was The animal is .six years old. Hockwould was raised in England and has been owned by Sir. Ewing since he was three. He has never been beaten 3n the. show rinjr. _ that the .Builders' .Exchange- oi 'tJio jetty lias decided to declare an open 'shop, on account, "as they allege, oi the inability' of the Trades Council io controLtheir organization by making ;heir member live up :to the agreement entered into with U'e Builders' Exchange. A brief history oi the matter as Sivea the.Hera-Id by the Builders1. Ex- change is as follows: On Saturday, Dbe. the local "plumbers1' shop: 'steward notified the AYestern Plumb-, ins Co. that if they had a -son-union "vuiu miiieioie, no otner con- pit's elusion than, that the-agreement was i o useless arid had at- f ;r -z unani outside of Leih- carried our. their cording to .clause contained in the agreement relative to strikes. Up to 12 o'clock noon today ihis' request was ignored by the Building Trados Council and the Plumbers. The Exchange have therefore declar- ed ua open shop which means that they they are a: liberty to employ any wen they may see fit whether un- ion or non-union.' Exchange -is amalga- National Association jes and the local is comprised of the fol- Smith Bros. Wil- son. Doyle Thomas, Wm. Oliver, E. T. Broad' Co., Western Plumbing Co., W. R. Virtue, IVai. Watts, Stand of L. L. As- unanimous opinion mni so that any x'e.terans in these "or- ganizations may join the Brigade. jies Curtiss, Winning" and P Ihe secreiarv was instructed to in- -V p. j Saskatoon, Dec. me unanimous opinion Ilaali Mr- Asyuiih has .been so effective secretary-treasurer 'in branch here that it interests of the Bri- as temporary Projecting, th was to the v u i4l X.L.A v OVO VJt LHV gatie to elccl-him to the office, which was accordingly -dpn-e. The Brigade .conferred an. honor on themselves by electing Senator L. De veber as Honorary President. committee was eiect- of the terview Supt. J, Oi Wilson, with a view of getting a room at the bar- rack's in which to hold their meetings. Mr.- Haft on-Canning and Major Stewart "endorsed the Boy Scout Movement and the Cadet Corps among the school boys. The next meeting bf the M be, of1 a social nature and the committee-is planumg ah program. _0f the city. a saiary appointed comniis. .Mr. Curtiss is to Signs OF KIDNEY TROUBLE If your back is constantly aching and if you experience dull shootln- pains, your kidneys are out of-order If your urine is thick and cloudy or your passages freauent, scanty "and painful, your kidneys and bladder are out of order. Neglect quickly brings oil rheumatism, diabetes, -lumbago, sciatica, etc. has been .received, a't tnat the -Mexican rebels -executed "ten citizens -wn'o- were not to r ot Saddlery Calgary this afternoon to spend to the JJicl A. Raiton-Cannine; o.t tue Volunteer Service. One of the provisions of the Con- Imperial Brigade -'is' thai- there shall be no membership I ers' Exchange heid a special meeting 1 struction Co., I-f. Matsen.' A Woman Is As Old As Slie Looks consiaer .lhc matter. 'vfs unaatmouslr decided uux, LLe Building Irades Council j bad wfcred into an agreement with the ior. one year from last Thousands of spring, m which they had guaranteed would be allowed by owtt Their F -t-t youthful appearance to Negro's Her- r Traiies Counc plcide. No matter what may be her P- f tO Ihar Md age, a iroinan with a nice Jiead of hair tqer, .tne havt> sui iiair _tbat is soft, glossy and fluffy, ai- iways looks yoiihger than she is. Herpicide makes the flair beautiful Tvitfa. that sheen neg shimmer wiuch is so aKractive afilg always indicates a healthy, it keens toe, scalp free from dandruff and tie pair from .falling out. There are remedies said to be "just as_spojr but Herpicide is the genuine original dandruff germ destroyer. by -.leading' druggists every. Lumber Co.. 'J. Lelliot, J. Anderson, Citizens Lumber Co., Elec- tric -Co.--; .Pioneer Lumber Cc..' J. Wm.. Head Co., 'D. E. Wilson, Roy Electric ...Co., Western. Supply Equipment Co., Davidson Metal Co., Wni. J. Williams, Tfailes Council and ern Tinsmith Co., Western' Xighting fur-i Co., Rogers-Cunningham Lumber n-nf u sufficient. f J. Odmark, Lcthbridge proof that a smke had been called.." i Heating Co., H. F. .Judson H in order .that there nugnt be no misiMcKtwvn- W H understanding of the matter, the! her'Co. Trades Council was immwii- ateiy notified that the Exchange de-! tooaj that Hoi t, Stacey Lum- making anv arrangements., tbey deem advisable for their OWE pro Fee-j tion. -Recommended and applications made by the best barbers and hair dressers bend lOc m postage for samole and booklet to The Herpieide Co., Dept. -Detroit. Mich. J. D. ffi Oo.T .jLto., speci-al agents. iN WAS ABLE lOMEMK who was up at the po- OUT OF i Exchange was called .for 8-p.m. Dec. 1 23. At this meeting a coinmunica- i tion was received from the Building j Trades Council -that unless the plum- I bers of _ the Plumbers and Steamfit-i ters Union -were avsrork or signified to the-.Western Plumbing Co. this! David ini-eniaon. to go to "work by 12 o'clock court yesterday on a d. a-nd d. [charge, and yrho was let oS by the beak on condition that he" hiked for the job he" claimed he had at Rar- mon'd just as fast as he "could, up again this morning on same charge, buirhe'Trill not'put in an- for the' nertr month at any rate.. -1-ie-- pleaded very 'earn- estly ior jus.t. but the court was -obdurate and sent him back for to the guard room, from which he was" released only three' days ago. Carond Haiabenda iras picked up by ant. 0 Connor in North Lethbridge last-_mght with a jag.on that.would do justice to a Peruna. drinking Si- wash. He had half a bottle oi pure alcohol in his possession. The chief recognized him this morning as the 1 the man who, one night- two years jago, he ;ind the late Const. Cribb j somewhat sensationally took from the_ tracks in front of an approaching i train. Halafaemla having gone to (Ball fined him three and costs. Al- j bert Accelery had only a port wine i Jag on7 at least, he had with ra small, drop of left in it when he was picked up by Const. Kroning: He also paid S3 and costs. There were touching scenes in both I the chief of police's office and the i office oi C. F. P. Conrfaeare, K.C., agent of the a-ttorney-gencral-. The I daughter of H. J. Hill, tiie man who was charged yesterday, with starting an ingenious clock raffling business in I the city, and whose preliminary was i set for this morning, entered" the I chief's office an-ri throwing her arms i or, his shoulders begged him to save j her dad. The chief" .referred-her to Mr. Conybcare. Her were j not m vain. The chief and Mr. Conv- i beare talked it over. The1 "charge laid was withdrawn when the case was calieri and one laid of I without a license, mil plead-ed I ty and wag fined ?j.o and costs, IS LETHBRIDGE'S LIVE STOCK POPULATION samples of work done for many of the local merchants. PHONE 1252 There are seven hundred horses the limits of tbe city of teth- 1 bridge and three 'huiiured cows. j Chief Gillespie, a short while ago, {received instructions from the city council to take a census of the cattle I and horses in Lethbridge, tbe prov- I incin] department of agriculture h'av- 'ing requested tne city to'take such a census. The police have just com- pleted it. and the figures given above are the result. The Canada Liquor Cure Has restored thousands to health prosperity and good citizenship! Vie guarantee to cure, where the has a spark of viralitv upon which to build. The habi't Treated scientifically as a disease Consultation by correspondence or persona! interview, free and com'idfcnrjal. 713 6th Ave. West CALGARY Phone 1707 p. a BQX t-he revolt, 'one of them .being a jud e. sand. will be paid rom- -These officials Avili commence duties In January, and during the commg year will have to deal several large and costly protects RELIEF for the relief.of sufferers stantial -increase yesterday "and' "to- day.- In Addition'to Jhe SJSS already acknowledged-" the" coiitributions' to ac- knowledge-are- J. Bartlett..................... 5 QQ Wagner, of no Hollis St. hahiax, N. S., says: "Dull shooting pains would catch me across the small- part of my back and extend into my shoulders and neck, -often causing me to er with headaches and spells of dizziness. Spots would dazzle before .my eyes and everything would turn black. I would fall to the floor and be unable to get up again without as- sistance. A friend told me of Booth's S198.00 there is. need for more. -He who gives quickly gives twice strong." --All druggists sell Booth's Kidney .Pills 50c a box with a guarantee to relieve or your money back. They are the world's great- est specific for Kidney and Bladder' trouble Post- paid from the proprietors R r Booth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie. Sold" and guaranteed by Jackson Cope. Express The C! .a Merry Christinas and Prosperity in 1911. Murphy Rochon Bros. Christmas Everybod Opposite tlie.Pire HaU A Merr Christmas to all. The Majestic all our patrons and prospec- tive patrons a Merry Xmas and'a most The Davidson Metal Co. Per T. E. Davidson, Prop. The Ellison Milling Co. Extend Christmas Greetings and Good Wishes for 1911 to evervbodv' V Tours for a Merry Xnias.and a Prosper- ous 1911. G. A. Delaneu Butchers We wish our many friends the Compli- ments oi? the Season. Bremner Electric Co. Hill Block, Letbbridjre, B8SH! ;