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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Le (ho Mi F ALIA., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY H. The Guidepost :v "'i ToGoodClolhes Look for this label distinguishing sign of Suits and Overcoats McKELVIE by McGUIRE they arrived in the square a PoUee- inrfpector took half dozen of the man into the advertisornont oiDcs of "Lloyd's where they said "Wo'have come to show you that there arc soiiiw unoraployoci." This seemed to relievo their minds, and they thim cleared out of the square. It is estimated that nearly unemployed assembled in Wormwood street iu answer to the advertise ment. The recently-elected president oJ the Trades and Labor Council, George In-} trie" who since the organization of the Bridge and Steel Structural Workers Union in this city has occupied the hich chair in his local, has accepted j a job in Central America, alone with a .number of his In Geonrc Ingle the local T. and L. C. had not only a hard worker but an idful president and those who had the pleasure of attending the labor council mestines "under his chairman- ship will regret' his leaving. At the same time he carries with him their heartiest wishes in his new home, and their reerets are temporized with the knowledge that he will be amongst them acrain in the course of the pres- ent year. collar One of our many in and perfect in fit known the EIALTO JrUtftt, 3 iiKbM bock wxl 2X in front The World of labor Ahirs of WorkingBen Frankly and Impartially Dis- CKsei on Topics of bterert Ubor Classes Iwited Contributed by a Labor Mao, who is responsible for the Views expressed in this Toluol 16------- your dealer to chow you some ot our new in mure to be one that will jmrt hit youVidea of ttyle. Brand. 20e. each. SforaOc. Elk Brand. 2 for 25c. Makers Berlin. The first three paragraphs are tak- _ Jrom the pen of K. P. Pettipiece, edits a- page devoted to the la- world in the Vancouver Colonel Howell, head of the Salva- jjftion Army immigration work in Can- was at Victoria a days ritory. Obsequies over several such saw-dust productions have been per- formed in British Columbia with, good results. If there are any of my readers de- sirous of returning to the Old Coun- in search of a job, perhaps the following- advertisement and the re- sult which fonOwed it, will tend to and' also spent a day or two in Van- 1 s-how them the prevailing conditions On behalf of the large number of or- ganized workers in the city I have only to express the hops that George and those accompanying .will have better luck that what attended them in this city. The departure of G. Ingle, of course left a vacancy in the presidency of the Trades and Labor Council. There are older members in the labor move- ment in this city whose names might ists in Lethbridge or any place that has relief work for its object. There is in this active one too it is composed of church mem- -KoT-g I When unfortunate girl ia this needed help a short time who recognized her claim? Who put un the hard cash? I Mr. Sherman envies the citizen of the countrv where the of Christianity has not permeated. Very sensible desire isn't it? There is no unemployed there. Lets co to the Fiji Islands. Even if Mr. Sherman's criticisms had foundation, it is very unfair to force them on other people who have We wow have iu stock Ladders 24ft., 28ft., and 32 ft., at 50c per ft. LIGHT and DURABLE Call and See Them P.O. Boi 27 Pfcwe75 have been put forward to fill m t do well to investigate the breach, but in the popular i d methods of churches on president of the Typographical Local, Sunday instead of holding meetings they have certainly promoted a Rood man. Those delegates who have any doubts about his ruling will have to go some. I predict he will hold down the chair of the local labor. council with honors. In Sid Duncan he has a erood finan- cial The latter is the man who practically runs the council, and it there-are any faults, the watchful eye of the referee will undoubtedly, confront him and keep him on the carpet. Edmonton. Mr. Howell was unable the Trades Council here, te dis- cuss matters pertaining to iminiera- tidn. This will be: a' disappointment to many members of the central body Colonel Howell stated to the writer that the Salvation Army had not chartered anv ships for emieroats dur ing 1909; and accounts for the press cablegrams as havine been eiven out I bv another emigration agency (Lmd-j sav' et to further its own ends, i This reassurance will be welcomed.' But until .the whole scheme of any j acrenqy trafficking in human lives is abolished, the organized workers of Canada must be up doing. Labor knows there is enough shifting about in the ordinary search'for the attractiveness of government bonuses, etc., which fosters all sorts of labor skinning ag- encies', "abuses iind practices." Ti.se Salvation Army: is mpsir dangerous in this respect because it is best equipp- ed with international organization and .pretence to-further, such ends. confronting; workers tiust-belated jiid: each of countrijts in 'whatever manner is necessary. To shift the unemployed is. but 'to jirolone the ag- ony ..'of.? aiw. ..working class. And no one" should .recognize this more readilv than Colonel Howell, car any. else1 with his experience and knowledge: of .ther present day social system. The Salvation Armv should no, time in eliminatinrr ,its im- migration "Policy and department, and, as-suggested by Col.; Lamb at .the Halifax convention, "return to usually strike an atti- tude of "diiirnity and pride as they de- ny the exiftence of.child labor.irt Ca- nada adinit the awful' in- dictjnent. against, .the. .slavery of chil- dren. .across the. read Mac- "official'report jiist" filed at Ottawa of the conditions obtain- ing in the province .of Quebec, should be sufficient to make any person- with A lert'in h'is hang 'his shame. "ShanreVQuebec! Canada! And the wage earners of all Canada, who Decently voted for its perpetuation bv returninc men pf both the oW parties wbp profit." ;heinous .practices. are little short .of acceesprijjs. to mur- i properties 's choicest rwheat leMjMef and bread. Yet they are so delicate uSal children and mvsKdt msy make them the bat psrt of every rnesL Mboney'i Biscuits are picked ai; they come piping hot" from' the ovens, in sir- tight, rooiilurc-proof boxes. ITiuj, all the criapr.ess and goodneuof the freshly baked! bMCWts are caught and held until they reach you. There u good food and good eating in THE MOONEY BISCUIT 4V CANDY CO. LIMITED. Question Solved iff VWhew! for. auditing our books! What docs the "Governor" say about this? .r I accept your apology, Davie, but 'when you are reported as having made a certain statement, you under- stand what will follow. ''Sure. Salvation Army'BaHd ,Sem> taiy Tom Kussell. etc., etc.. etc.. I shall attend to you when r haven't anything worth mentioning. In the) a more persistent attention to the affairs of the local on which j you wrote will be appreciated, not only by the members ofthesaid local i lessen the duties of the organizer! Be j gOOd! j Editor Labor World: j ,v Dear noted with some sur- i prise President Sherman's remarks j about churches and preachers in his addresses at the Miners' Convention i and at. Oliver's Hall, as reported in the Daily Herald. I was .surprised j to find, a man of Mr. Sherman.'s cal- I ibre refusing to see or i.whether wilfully or influence I Christianity has had in the world. I 'Church members have "their faults and no one is more conscious of this i than they themselves. But I do. not i consider that President Sherman, .or j has a corner on the" view I that "a roan should leave the world little better than he found it.." Why doesn't Mr. Sherman put for- ward a better method of achieving the aim than that adopted by the church. Why is it that when a laboring man jrpes broke that he seeks out the resi- dence 'of a minister instead 'of a So- cialist, What organization have- the Social- Cret our on Corrugated Iron Gralvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el We hive just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OHM'! coiifMir- Office and Factory Cir UHUud IUPU ITIEETI Telephone 153 i, Saitk St PbNe 195 NEW C. P. R. AGENT AT FRANK (Spacial to the Herald.) Frank, Feb. worthy and popnlar station mastey of Frank, F. G. is leavirsg the C, P. .B. ser- vice: and .will .be succeeded by 8. B. Swanson late from Spokane, who has had many yearsi experience in wav service! rail- LYON AS 1 (Special to thr Frank, Feb. 13-r-H. Lyon, claimant to the Blairmore townsite rhas gone to Red Deer to the Conservative con- vention. It is reportedj that he will be chosen as the Conservative, can- didate for the new riding of the Pas: in the Alberta be created, before: the.; Alberta .House dissolves. The most efficient carbon filament lamps oil the market SOLD BY IfeKENZIE fiT ROY Electrical Dealers, aitd Redptth St., LcthWidfe, Phone 204 Sectieul INKS Manufactured in Vanoouver B :C., of the very beat Kiln d.'fed Lnmber, de Prospective bnildere would do well to VriU me before deciding a house S. A. Spencer AGENT mi mm. MACLEOD THE QUESTION -f 4 I Of securing good building material promptly and at lowest market price confronts the new settler as well as the pioneer who wishes to build more extensively. THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER. CO. LTD. I! Can the difficulty New th City Yaid of Ellison Mills o PHONG 225 P.O. BOX 654 General Teaming i If you have any teaming of any kind to do ring me up, PHONE 201 Your wants wiil be satisfactorily attended to. Coal must be paid for on delivery. WM. TAYLOR LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application for fer of Hotel UCSHM Application Has been made by FJE. Mason for consent to the transfer to himself of the license granted to John Ell in respect to the Grassy Lake- Ho-' tel, situate oa Lots 21, 22, 23 and in Block 11, Grassy Lake, Alberta: be necessary considered __ LIUB by the Board of cense Commissioners at a meeting to be held at Lethbridge on Friday the' 12th day of March 1909' at 3 p.m. DATED AT EDMONTON this 10th dav ot February, 1909. S. B. WOODS, 54-1 Deputy Attorney General.. STEWARD WANTED The secretary of the Chinook Club ill receive for the po- ition ot club steward, till- Wednes- ay Feb. 17th, '09. Applicant to tate experiencei qualifications, wag. s required and give references. Ad- dress the Secretary of the Chinook ilub, P. 0. 2oi, 672 Lethbridge. 51-6 TO RENT- TO rooms in mod- SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal: mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British Columbia, maty be leased for a term; of twenty-one years 'at.' an'aiirniar rental of am acre. Not more than acres will TO ,or three furnished rooms with use of stove. r'ouug married couple. Apply alter ix 595 Crabb St., .52-2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR piano, very" easy terms. Shoe store. Box 1386, or German's FOR chair, new terms reasonable. Glynn St. Apply F. B., S15 MOTION PICTilRE THEATRE, for sale, in thriving 'British" Columbia city- owner must realize immediately: Apply T. E. A., Lethbridge Herald. v. 4542 WANTED TO 4 to; 6. ft. plate glass cigar- also National cash register; must be in good condition. Address N. M-, P.O. Box 495. FOR SALE-date, whect and baled hay. J. M. .Reding, North Ward. 46-12 FOR Hay for firit class bliie_joint; Ap: ply L. S. Ripleyv office 8; McDonald Block. for a lease made to the Agent or of ihe. district in which the rights ap, plied for are situated. In surveying .territory the land must be described by or to- pal subdivisions of sections, and ill unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed" for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee ol which will IMS refunded if the rights applied for aift not available but not otherwise. royalty shall' be paid on. "the mer- chantable output of the mine rate of five cents per ton. Xvery lessee of coal mining which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once In-each year. The lease' will include the ,ooaj mining rights-only, but may te permitted to available -surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ti the mine at the rate of f 10 an acre. full information, application should be made to the Secretary ot the Department of the .Interior, Oi- tawa, of any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands. l W.W.OOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. pubUcation this advertisement will not be pan for. LAND FON SALE FOR oh Coutti to school, at 1400 each; M CMh. bal- ance easy. Ef. Macbeth Agency, FOR lots lledpath west of Bartlett St., at The C. Agency; FOR 8 ALE--Choice Ward low, cash, balance per month. This: is the buy in Worth. Ward: Alberta Realty Co. w prairie land, improved of btberwiie, jjve Lethbridge district. Office. Box H., Herald cash, ol itom two to ten Lethbridge lots to be held as inyestment. Owners only, ap- ply Box Herald Office.; PROPERTY FOR SALE FOB now occupied by store J. J. buildinfs, SchweiUer" and Joe; Fong. These must be remOTed in the course .of a month or two. Tor information, inquire Bank of .Commerce. at Canadian FOR acres and bouse on Crabb St. 96, City. Apply Teans Chow, Box 80-6 FOK 5 room house on lot by 125, located 200 ft. 0. P. B, track, North Ward, price IIJ250, with cash, balance per montcu Apply AlberiA Realty Co. SYNOPSIS Of CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND 1 Any person who ia the sole head a- family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant miiit appear in ptraon the Dominion Lands Agency or i vat- Agency for the diitrict. BnUy Jfr proxy may be, made at any on certain by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sif- ter of intending homesteader. iqpoa and cultivation of the land in o! three years. A homesteader may nine of bis home- stead on a. farm. of at least 80 am solely owned and' occupied by him or by bis father, mother, son, daogbisr, brother or "In certain a in; jood standing, mmy a quarter-section alongside his hoine- etead. Price per acre. TesiOe six months in of six years from date of.homestead entry the time required' to earn 'homestead patent) and euJtrrals fifty acres extra. homesteader who has his homesteatf right and cannot tain a pre-emption may tats a chased hcmcstead in certain dist Price per acre. reside six months in "each of thrw years, cultirate fifty and swct a house worth W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the InUmr. publication oi this adTertisement will not be paM for. FOU M Y light driTing horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 30-O In whatever business or work are engaged, your clothes need attsm- tion. Ttoip per month we your clothes in first class shape. City Dye Works, Ilqiind St. 4K> pair of fuz gauntlets. Re- ward by returning to Inspector West, R. N. W- M. P. barracks LADIES, ATTENTION! Mrs. S. Jones, Ivy Nortk Ward, is now reaay" to take for children's clothes and ladies' blouses and underwear, on the short- 4S-M est notice. Box 302, City. t ESTABLISHED 18B4 t M MM JUtti Merchants Bank of 3EAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Firmcrs Rinchers Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Depftrtmant Q Lethbniie Branch Coaldale Block, Redpath St. ;