Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALSCftTA. TUESDAY, P RU 4ft V 11, Dwty HeraM Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Qo., Ltd., lawful evening at "iU office, NRound St., Uthbridge, Alberta, Cunada. BUCHANAN; Managmf 01- Editor, tl e hands oi H Co'ndilions such as do not tcndrto vahd contentment amongst a people, rather it creates disconteni nnd sows the seed of socialism. Compensation for in j mod workmen light aud just and the right thinking employer will, accept the law as a good one. I During thi.> the Herald give iU readers a of Mr. Cushing's iu inti oducing nn I Might'Hour lasv." This is A meas- fubwription Daily, one year, delivered Dajly, blx month, delivered, three.months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, pnejrear, by mail six.months, by mail Daily, tliree months, by mail Weekly Herald, one year Addresses ,changed as often asrdera may sent direct or through I Fair uere ia a recognition any newsdealer. Addres- f. l j myii> T OI ilie 1111IKH UlIICc OI lAlLlljl jcations to liib Lbl rloKJ..lJUti HEUALDi Lethbridge, Albeita, Ca-'the centre of a great grain grow nip j nada.v district. Ten years, K-ss time! [f our friends' who favor us with man-; than that ago, the suggestion oi a uscript for publication wish to jajr have been ridi- have. rejected articles returned they hav.. aiul to. lay practically the only section of must in all cases-send stamps for that purpose. .'NOTICE'.TO SUBSCRIBERS. who fail to receive the 4 i i i i i Canada, that has good seed that is pure and unfrozen, wore pio.scut 1 and 1st. K. the Young Men's Associ 1'iVM'deni Annie Snow, 1st J UMIU 2nd Asst: Armenia W. IXV, Aids, Is. Ibey and farmer's woms and democrats in days' tiuie. j J. W. CumplHill, Carroll i ai rived in Cnrdston at -I p. m. on so as to ha pro-wnt at the The same 1 UC1.D IlilJUll, .1IUI3 _ Daily Herald will please notify the which .Lethbru ge u, he Q. t Bishop -Josiah Orr, nr filhpr- tnr. A V'pflrs tho I i t i> business office, by phone or other- ter. A few years ago thc 1 ethbridge wise, "at the earliest possible mo- i District was not counted an agii was no lack of proof as to the ear nestnes.', of their statements as 'ac- tions, always louder than words. 12.30 until 2 p m. Ihe time passed very rapidly. When the regular afternoon session rt oung Men's Conference. I S I I C. l-'ru'jk and Victor Johnson, Horace Lay ton, sir-j t" rived, all huVlng mai'e this trij) by' i team, avdistajice of MO miles. i -From CJaresholm liishop Jno. 4 is present and 51 r. KMis froni IMna (west ofi Ceo. T It. Sinmums, Ceo. Si'litu, Alfred 1 Placed in stock today tk Bntfey Ca Itt, A nice loti 40 ft. by 140 ft. on Torrauce Ward. One lot sufficient for boildiugf clowu, per uiouth without I Alberta Realty Co publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up.toi-W other part extern Canada. 'ist Frank Lane gave satisfaction to! LETHBRIDGE WINTER WEATHER J I No wonder then that the Seed Fair [lhc instruiiuMital is held here. -Lethbridge is now re-; cognized as the centre of fertile district and the from Young Lethbridge weather figures reveal by pro- tht woivderiully mill winter we have authorities I and Kmiball Ward Young La had. They ,certainly establish that j 10 o'clock a. m. or the day of pub licetion, and want advertisements up'to. m. Want cent a thaT a" splendid ecliibition ofi dlL's Association by 3Irs. pearl Sloan j this city, and or some wide men, vrhose interests it aims to pro-j Ollght inwgt hii mon. tect. The Hcr.ald has no apology a'theatre. offer for giving so much space to thisi ________ matter... it desen-es all the prornin-' tli.it a newspaper can.offer." t C. P. R. CHANGES The Alberta Government did..not I v go into office-with" any for the! Winnipeg. Ls officially laboring classes but its policy wns '-announced that F. W. Peters freight! a broad one aiming to the in-' trafllc manner of the western I People's Conference -on Friday after- noon came.the "funeral services of ilrs Elizabeth Ilargreavcs Albiston, whose death'was noted letter. Touching hymns the Cartlstoii choir, remarks of a consoling- ....................26 ....................45 ....................47 ....................50 January 22 .....................37 25 23 4 0 -t r '32 to all pjirts of the city for 85 ton. Cash must accompany ofOcr." n short' Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere WTHI mam t mm n. met Him 1 Stablectt Fresh EMS DAIRY PRODUCE CO. Cream, Butter Eggs PHONE 229 Pioneer Coal THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Most be Paid oo Ddirery ftlf. January January January j January January Januarv UNEMPLOYED IN TORONTO Toronto, Feb. hundred unemployed inarched to the City Hall this morning and asked for character' by .Duce, Patri- arch Jno.-A. Wbolf, and Elder Syl- vester Low, the.-lust'.an''old...friend and.; to alleviate the feelings of deep sorrow incident to .such a sail occasion. A. goodly repmsciitaLton of the Tuy i lorvillc" people ueru present at the isarviees .also. 1 JEXTERTAIXJIEXT Owing lu .the fact that so much of j the local talent is required in the ..47 .46 The Hadley-Robcrts Co. Caterers Fntit, Fresh Chocolates, Ice Cream, Ho4 Driaks ff Cider Phone 211 Columbia Restaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese-Goods. Meal Tickets per Wttk Next door to Coaldale Hotel 20 .33 HjThfey claimed that thc labor bureau .49 131 established'by the city had not work- ed out properly and "that while regular 30 j men were given steady .34 -Sjinen'who registered at the labor bur-1 OTjIiJifl Carpet bitty art The Letting Hotels of the City The Lethbridgi Well Good seivice Travellers' Headquarters Hotel Coaldale Conductetl Exclngifely on. the' s European Plan Rooms Single and En Suite Cafe in connection 7 Prop. January 30 31 ..33 13 ..12 am were, being ignored. There are men registered 'at the bureau waiting for .work. No prom- ises of work arc given. Stove Pipes alto Mri Cri II tiW R. FAC SIMILE: ti-rests of all classes. It is n now in proiiaration the Yonnjf' that policy out to the letter and noj P' R' has been Dirties Mutual Improvement Associa- ciass in the province is receiving assUtint to second vice pre- tion ot Cimlston dcciilwl to-postpone much attention as the" laboring Whyte. The act may not be all thej B. Lanigan, general working men may desire but we feel agent, Winnipeg, replaces that the fair minded men "amoncat the cntertamment advcrlfsod for SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of trie Dominion 1 in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, i the Yukon Territory, the North-West j Territories and British I leased for a term of >.7 s Ellison MiUinf and-Elevator Co. Order fearer- freight evening and in lieu thereof it Valentine Jkitl was pivsn. icaspt} to VfK. .......liat Lariigan's ntteml.incc nnd a -very} Application "tor the working clashes" will admit that tion offereVl to W." B. Greer, of time arc reporter: by lo lh Affl the Alberta govern mfnt is doing well! Vancouver, but was declined bv him. i participating. .f Xot rnore'.than .cres will 1M Balmoral Hotel BEST -DAY HOTEL IN THE SOUTH COUNTRY r "t GIVE IT A TRIAL., Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P. Hall 8 Visiting brethren are conlially S. G. DATIES, W.P: 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. It is understood that them. This session oi tho legis- '_ _' '__________________ IhUire very important pieces of) labor legislation have been iatroduc- I i t I I i I I I I i I I 11 i I I i I cd. the Compensation Act and the I Kiglit Hour Act. With thest: meas- ures on our law books Alberta will possess labor legislation unequalled in any prcvincQ of the Dominion or of the American union and more especially should this fad emphasized "when it v is understood that our industrial population is not nearly so large as in other provinces] and states where'labor legislation has I The employers, at least "a propor-l thesn, -wiii criticise the Corn-] but to the great major-1 ily of .the citizens of the province, explanation of thc act will certainly meet with acceptance.- In this' province we want V happy and contented people. We do not wnnt MifTcrine'and want lo exist aniong the j toilers, feuch would be the case if] we did TYnl havft a comnfllingi the employers to "compensate employ- ees suffering injuries while at work. Instanced p.re easilly recollected where the families of men who have lost their lives and suffered serious injuries have practically been" forced to live on Iht- charity'Ot kind friends or in rnany cas'jg have leit ou the rights ap- surveyed territory the Noddy Srtject Having bought out the Turpin Furniture Co.'s: stock of Picture Moulding I am now offering a i wider range in that line of goods to choose from TIBCTi HMB applicant, a lease muat be! or Sub-Agent ofi v ,ihe district in I'rot. Metcher come out to Curd- for storr on Thursday and spent a pnrt of his tirnr with thc orchestra. it lTn .must be described by sections, or 4e- In tho evening he gave thc singers' tgal subdivisions of'sections, and home vuluahle instructions as in unsunreyed temtory the tract apph- to Hie conriition ol their rei- j t !ed for shall itakcd out. ipecuvc parts. r i j- t i Each application must be accom-i AbnEllTA'S AGHl-jpanied by a fee will fccj CUL.TL-KAL ACriTEVEMEXTS Refunded if for arc j A meeting of ihc Board of i not available but'not otherwise.'" A JTr.Klo executive wns called on Fn- i royalty shall be paid on the C. J. Eckstonn mer- of tho tion, ns to its number of 25 jday evening to tho offer of, chantable outpdt-of the mine at the Tlic Alberta official J rate of five ccnta per. ton. La rarmcr's Associ.x-j Every lessee oi coal mlr.lng rifhtsj emmigration which are not beiftf operated ahull i copies now under j furnish the district Agent of Domin-j s5 proper portray, j ion Ijinda with sworr. to jnl of thc agricultural and industrial j thai effect at least in each I achievements ami of ourt The lease wiU include the cotl I gt'cat province. mining rights only> but may I Thore were present all members iwtj be pennitted to whatever President M. Woolf and Mr. K. H available surface rifhta may be eon- Baird, Vice Pros. D. S. itench necessary fcr UK working o( Pied thc chair and Mr. ft. Williams the mine at nit of f 1C an acre. concisely set forth thc merits of Mtch j For full information apptieation for advertising the rich should be marte to of Is now offering lor sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib Irtt if tk MM rt M EACH MlllltlfMtlMltliff agriculturat districts of tho south in the Department el the InVnior, Ol-i hchaif of the 'Tlomcstoad." tawa, or any ofj being a where sm Landa. town has an equal opportunity w-.h] W. W. CC1HT, the larger city, the members Depnty M mister o! at thc proposition favorably. }Ir. of E. -Barker, cx-sccrctarj- .of the this advcrtiftmcftt wlfl pawl! Board of Trade, one who has I for. '1 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third HUnoe 12 Interest ft pet cwat, vicr ta Lethbridge NeU of Owb 'Nest of Owls. Ko. .will meet the first an4 third Sundays of each month'in K. of P. Hall., G. V. STORKEY, Secretaary. C. ROSS TATE, Preaident. M. PRIEST, Junior Past PreV; Lodge Pride No. 203. ta if taeflt in -of BaV ererj trrt and tJbtrri Tbam fay in the at wtl- v Boa 5 LETHBP'DOC LOOQC NO. B. P. O. 'f. Mcnis 2nd and Tuesday1 of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, Jf. PSIE8T; PKHfTH-WtiT AitOCIATlON OF fTATtOMARY CNQINtCIIS in the Ubor erery -we- and and fourth Mondays in gineers, and engineeni of employ- ment, would do to with m. ROBEET NEVIN, Cfcief. OEO.