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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbndge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing 6i- rtctor and Editor Subfcription Daily, one year, delivered ......14.00 raonths, delivered three .1.00] Daily, one month, delivered.....36 Daily, one year, by mail .......3.00 Daily, six months, by mail .....1.75 LgTHMlQQE. MONDAY. FEBftUAftY 22, HONE OFFICE: C. B. BOWMAN. LETHBRIDQE, AGENT, gress-by for "suckers" and getting their money In "fake" oi wells-arid the like.; Iroiii the East State that lie" contest for Bishop of Toronto was so exciting that even gamblers be- came interested and bet on the result. gamb- Weekly Herald, one' vear i so i, i Addresses changed as lcre in ch-urch W0rk' both new and old; address ____ must be g.vven. SOCIALISM' IN GREAT BRITAIN The London Times has been pub- lishing a series of articles on the So- cialisi movement in Great Britain, inspired no doubt by the ascendancy over the re- exercised by Socialist cent Trades Union congress. Many of the facts collected by the Times are interesting, not only because they, axe little known but because they dicate .that Socialism ..rapidly. "-SociaKstic" Premier McBrlde of B. C., follows Attorney eneral Cross intimating to- B.-C.-'coal 'operators-th'nt if they don't like certain legislation the pro- vincf: will go into the coal business. Leader Robertson; of the Alberta Conservatives says the Conservative press of Alberta ha been brought up. He ought to know an'd he might tell an anxious public the names of the purchasers. A marked improvement L? notice- is is advancing! able -in recent issue? of the Raymond vague Rustler. It is one of term; and is applied to almost any- weeklies in the South thing .undertaken by a.State or com-j munity, especially if it is concerned! with economic conditions.' For exam- ple, the post office, the poor law, pub- lic water supplies, municipal lighting and ma-ay other things ars often de- uews'iest f Side invented. existed re sociaism was. Evidently the- term needs) Twentieth, Century Club of Boston) The six members .who have- are Mr' W" H' eath' Mr. IX x T Beckle-v- to- be defined and the Times in its series of" articles accepts the defini- r- w men- framed more than thirty veai Blakeslee, Mrs..E, M. dd Fellows organized Jast night It 10- On the 2nd of February we re- s known as the Raymond Lodge, and quested the company to maintain the TO PUBLIC I iWe have Vjough.t out the Star .-Txausfex. Co. Dray ing outfit, and are prepared- to execute all orders for j: D RAYING i promptly Coal-delivered promptly. Gat li on delivery J. S. PbiUips -A.1 Phone 70 1 in Nelson Gow's Store SINQING-Harold E.. Cooper, .con- cert At .liberty for con. certs, At Homes, etc., .For ..terms Alta. MR. ALBERTv ELV-Pupil of Dr -Singing and Voice; Pupil ..of C.has .Hancock, Organ and "Theory. .Voice culture' pipe organ, piano, harmony 'and "theory, ;30agJsinging. con- certs, banquets, Terms on: application.. Box 690, Leth- bridge, Alta.- H .Pi.pf Henri. Verbmggen, of Italy; Carl Berlin, -Ger- .many High Class Scotch music a Open for recitals, ban- quets concerts; ,ete. r Forrterau to! L. -M. and Union Bank, Lethbndge. spread ths Very COLEMAN PINCHER CREEK Pmcher Creek, Teb. Ebdjore No 5, I O O.F., held their an- nual "At Hmton's HaU on Friday The at home took the form of an address bv Mr A. C. Kemmis on Odd fellowship. The main entertainment con- sisted of dancing and card playing with otber sraznes. The pret decorated with bunt ing characteristic of the Order, two hundred-sat down supper and all present voted that the Odd -Fel- lows' at home was Iwld m many ywtf ra Piocher Creek. Creek is have another in town This that fact. too. i t came down to Pincher, Creek and trimmed er-Busdrlvers' crack tewn to .the tune Of Pmcher Opora- tic Lompanv are practicing hard ev- ery day; and are making, good pro- gress. intend putting their Play very soon and it jg to be .hoped the people Cresk and dis- trict will sMjvnovt guci, desenmir en- at -the club rooms on Wednesday ev- ening The principal, item for con- sideration was the application of the McGallivracv: Cneekt Coke- Co. for the construction of an aerial tram. wav from their down to the rail way. In carrying "out the project there appeared to be a nossibility of polluting the water m KcGiilivray Creek, from whicfi stream Coleman gets its supplv of water. In con- nection with 'this a feport was sent Ja to the government few davs ago poiptmc Ont daniser J F. Po- vali was present and spoke in behalf of the McGilhVray'CreeTc Company Coleman, Feb. Coleman has ad to pay all Bridgemen after the first of March. f On the' 15th the men were informed that they have to ten hours commencing the 16th. On the meet- 16tn nine hoars and refused to work more and were told that those who did not wish to work ten hours would be paid off at the office. All the Bridgemerr, with two exceptions -received' their pay and ceased work. All further work has Coal, Ice and DRAYtNC Western Transfer Co. Office opposite Balmoral PHONE: ea W, 'Barris- ter, etc. Office: Southard; Block. CONYBEARE fr JONES-C. F. P Cony beared D.C.L B. Morton Jones, B C.L Barristers, etc. Offices- Conyheare Block, Lethbndge, Alberta. SURVEYING HAMILTON and Suneyora. Boom 4, Whitney Block. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS B. Architect. Whitney Block. Room been- suspended 'indefinitely: company maurfains fhe Tha men JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street, Lethbndge AUa. hail another new line of business add- Dovle -sd. this -vTcek to its increasing number of mercantile establishments M Hogersou of Edmonton has opened will have to work -tent hours, and the 'men are standing pat and wish to be paid time and a half for overtime, double tune for' Sundays, of which the company is, of course, aware. Signed 'by i H. Flett; Pres.. A. M. Gilmour, Ed. LCTHBRIOGE LOUot NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets' o'n second an'd "fourth Tues- day of each month at 8.15 p.m. E A BHARMAN. M E. B Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof. heafjibg and veritfli. tion. Ernest E. Carver. M.B.A.A Etc.) LODGE hn tybMl tawflt Sfldet) Meets in the Oddfedllow8' HtU every first and third in the month at 8 p.ra For fall apply W. J. Fred T. W President BOX jy J- RAYMOND. Raymond, Bev. and a Cameron .and daughter, Misw went to. yesterday and will; return today... Mr. John from jfort EUiu. Qnt., was s, visitor to for a couple of days this lUynMmd School of Latter Jpny Saints Church win LADIM, ATT1NTIOH I Mrs. n. Iry Ward, is now reWj to lato lo; An assortment house. ALBERTA, and build- er. Estimates cheerfully paira alterations executed1 at the shortest-notice. Box 780 bndge, Altn. Wu 5' house- hold funuture. AH classes of iirns painted. Carriage painter. House painter. Paper Phone 15 la; 3rd tor of the Arlington Hotel, contract- or and builder. Estimates furnish- ed free. Repairs and alterations promptly attended to. Box 98 Xeth- bridge engiiieer E. Electrical and contractor. lighting er installations. Pinna and 'spedfi- cations. Office McKeown's Htrd- ware. Phone 308. in K. of P Hall at o'clock.. are cordially invited AtHCnOPT, W.P OUI NtlOIQ, WJL A.M., O.H.A, Lodge (m. mwUng the third Thnrtdar or in the Hallr P. O 8 p.m VWtinf WrtkHn will at a P. 0. Boi H7, EDUCATIONAL THE LETHBRIDOE SCHOOL SHORTHAND AND Government and 8fen6grmpher. All o writing work undertakea.7 CbpiUl All HIAD orr.ci-v.oTOfiiA, o ;