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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UETHBRIDOe, ALBERTA, IATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, I Ml. BOR BUL-L-BTIN 'LABOR TEMPLE, GLYN STREET OPEN EVENINGS (EXCEPT SUNDAY AND THURSDAY) 7 TO 9 YOUR ATTENTION is called circulating: library of the Labor Bulletin. The office is in the front room of the Labor Temple on Glyn 8t.T just south of the Chinook Club. The library is open every evening from 7 to 9, except Sunday and Thursday. Open Saturday and Sunday afternoons 2 to 4. f THE FEE is 50 cents to join which includes six months books as often as This amounts to approximately TWO CENTS A WEEK, or 8 cents a month for first class reading. After six months the fee is 25c per 3 months in advance. When the price of books is considered, this offer is incomparable and is intended for those who are fond of reading but who do not care to invest in books. ADDRESS P. O. BOX 448. FICTION comprises the greater part of the such authors aa Charles Dickens, Sir Walter Scott, Fenimore Beecher Stowe, John Buskin, George Eliot, T. H. Ingram, E. Wetherell, E. P. Roe, Mary J. Holmes, Archibald Gnnter, John K. Leys and many others. Practically all of the old classic authors are represented, also many of the popular present day authors. LABOR LITERATURE will include works on Socialism. Anti-Socialism, and gen- eral labor, political and economic questions. These books will be put in during the next thirty days, and, no doubt, will be appreciated by many who wish to keep in touch with the great labor movement -of modern times. ADDRESS P. O. BOX 444. LIBRARY PRIVILEGES FREE to Subscribers of Bulletin FOR ONE DOLLAR WE WILL MAIL TO ANY ADDEESS IN CANADA THE LABOR BULLETIN FOE ONE YEAR AND GIVE ONE YEAR'S LIBRARY PRIVILEGES FREE. ADDRESS P. O. BOX 448. FOR SIXTY GENTS WE WILL MAIL ADDEESS IN CANADA THE LABOR BULLETIN FOE SIX MONTHS AND GIVE SIX MONTHS' LIBRARY PRIVILEGES FREE. ADDRESS P. 0. BOX 448. LABOR BULLETIN, PER YEAR Special Rates to Unions subscribing as a Body. Published Bi-Weekly in Lethbridge in the Interests of Labor Address all Communications to P. O, Box 448; On Saturday, lucky 13th of the month, Labor Bulletin 1 year, Library 1 year. 75 TOM1CHT HCT C MJMMfcK.O A Rip-Roaring Farce Comedy in 3 Acts Caught in the Rain YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT Vaudeville Specialties THE 3 HYLANDS MISS ;MAY EYRE MISS MABEL SUMMERS MR. LLOYD NEAL SPECIAL MATINEE Saturday Afternoon for Ladiei and Children SWEET CLOVER n'SwMtet Swj Children lOc Adults 25c Seats Now on Sale at Box Office for any Night Open All Day General Admission, 25c Reserve Seats, 50c and 75c Monday Next, The Thief MR. GEORGE H. SUMMERS ;