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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Fi'iday, February Page 11 Lethbridge Furniture Company FOftD STREET The Store You Hear Talked About Bed Room and Dining Room Outfits on display in our windows for this Bedroom Outfit 1 Dresser and Stand 1 Bed, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Spring, 4 ft 6 in. 1 Mattress, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Comforter, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Quilt 1 pair of Cut tains 1 Shade OUR LETTER BOX. TIIE CASE OF THE BUILDEUS You will find our prices lower than any place else for this Beautiful Early English Dining Room Outfit 1 Buffet 1 6 ft. Extension Table 1 China Cabinet 1 Set of Dining Chairs 1 Easy Chair t This chair with the above outfit President Oliver Answers Lettei-8 of Union i Mail city than you give me credit for. I am going to do my best as President of the Builders Exchange this year to promote good fellowship, peace and harmony with all trades, and would like Union Alan to come around and show himself and talk maters over when we will probably know bet ter after we get acquainted. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, in advance for the space, 1 remain, Yours sincerely, Editor. Herald: Dear to thc letter of Union Man in your paper of Feu 21st, In.which he takes exception to the for- mation of a Builders Exchange as be- ing against unionism.. Union Man has a wrong impression entirely of this or- ganization. The objects of a Builders OLIVER. ABOUT THE DOGS Editor Herald: t Dear the- proposed new by- law to prohibit d'ogs running at large, 1 would beg for a little space in your paper to say a word in favor of more favorable treatment for our canine companions-'from the Cfty Patsiiej-s. Be it thoroughbred or mongrel, man has no than a faithful dog if Great Developments Certain ID Tbt District Alderman King, who spent wtek in. Edmonton, states that tbece are prospects for. a big boom west of that place this spring at Edscn, divisional point of the G, T. liuilway. He was very much, pressed, with, the development on. the line and when the weather moderated, he under stood, the track would, be continued from. Wolf Creek to Edson and through, to thc L'eace Rivec coun- properly controlled and managed, N'o real lover of dogs has any use for the street roamer, and would glacly help try. With the jntention of commencing at once upon the development ok their Exchange is not to. fight unionism or organized labor, but to join in one association all contractors, manufac- turers and dealers of good repute do ing business in the city of Lethbridgc, but u R rf Jiae who are connected svho ly or generally-! d m VjililfllTltf Pllliprl losing their liberty of following' their heat! Pass Coal and Coke Co. have with the industry of building employing contractors in any of the building business or as' auufacturers of or dealers in mater-j used or employed in the erection i buildings or other structures and 'ho are not members of any journey- men's trade or labor union. To work in harmony with archi- unions, owners and others in le building up of the city. To protect as far as possible its Genuine Leather, hair filled Bargain Prices in our Windows every day Carpet Squares value special 9x9, value special 9x12, value special Nottingham Lace Curtains Value special............ Value Value special. We Pay Freight (owners when out for exercise, or al- ways locked up or chained up when on the past week shipped several thou- _ sand dollars' worth of mining machin- their own premises. Every dog will oc-j cry, including a huge pump, to the casionally roam away from home, but property via the G.T.P., and they cannot because of that be classified j are preparing to comnu'nce operations with the numbers of dogs who prac-i shortly. tically live on the street, seemingly Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for, bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it is Cleanses and Durifies. unequalled. It is expected' that the are preparing to have men at work on the property when, spring opens. Development of the property will proceed: as fast as possible. It is also understood: that the company (have no one's control. Cannot some! will be let shortly for the construe-i better scheme be hit upon than that of taking from those of us; who do keep Special Prices on Library Tables to dentally brought home some lots in Parkdule addition. K. Li. Nelson is at Medicine Hat.on business. p N 'and bride of Roches- ,Ijnn _ arrlved last Monday. They District News WHITLA Whitla, Feb. Wester- green of Taber 'lias been at WJiitla week making preparations to get on claim. E. Knutson of this place and R. Cherry of Cormorant, .Minn., are at Medicine Hat on business. X. Lux of Seven fersons has been i woman ot" charrnin guest of Chas. Suiniis for the last] will be an addition days. j society. K. A. Kegiier lias hail an attack of i J. S. Lieii'hart was a Medicine Hat la grippe. I visitor last week. Boils and Pimples. were married Feb. S, spent a few days in the Twin CiCies and then came on to Alberta. They are residing on Mr. Coleman's homestead, one and a half mile-s out. Mrs. Coleman is a young Whenever your complexion is unnat- ural, your skin in an unhealthy condition. your face covered with blotches and nember.s, owners and others against nfevior work and workmen. To protect its members and owners against inferior material at exhorbi- ant "prices. To confer with unions in regard to prices for skilled labor and numerous other things pertaining to the erec- tion of buildings and the carrying out of These are.some of the objects of a Builders Exchange. I will now 'discuss some of the argu- ments Union Man advances for union- ism, as against the Builders Exchange. Mr.. Union Man says, "some people seem to forget that it is only a short tfme since they themselves had only the clothes to their backs and were as poor as Job's turkey. But now are the first ones to try and force up on the workng man a-price for hit etc., etc. Nothing could be farther from the truth than this statement. I will poin out to Mr. Union Man that the write iaid the foundation of his. independ ence when he was working as a car pentev, ten hours per at 25c pe hour in this city and when the cos of living was even higher than it i? to-day. The following is? a bill of good? purchased by the writer from .a. mer- cnant here in 1S91 for cash which goes to show that the cost of living has not increased here in eighteen years: 1 sack flour 4.75 100 Ibs. potatoes 2.00 1 barrel of apples............ 10.00 our dogs under restraint, the pleasure of having them follow us without leash. Enforcing the licensing and impounding strays and destroying un- claimed dogs will work out its own salvation. Thanking you for your pace, I am, Yours truly, H. D. pimples, when, boils and festering sores abound then your blood is bad. You can best cleanse it with that purely personality andt vegetable compound, Burdock Blood [li'tion to W'hiila' Bitters, which salely and promptly ren- ovates the blood and tha entire system. tion: of the branch Jine of the Grand'; Trunk Pacific, which is to> be built into the coal property, south 50 miles from the main line at Wolf Creek, and the construction of 'which will be undertaken by "Millionaire Bill" O'Brien who owns the bulk of the stock of thc Yellowhead Co. The line is to'be built this summer, and: to. be operation by next year. j It is understood that the company completed arrangements: with Trunk. Pacific whereby the railway company will be prepared to deliver tons pec -day by the end of the year from the coal property. This country was being invested in. by English capitalists.. Last week a St. Paul firm on behalf of English capitalists. Last week a St. Paul firm on behalf of English, clients bought acres of coal lands al- ong the 'Pcmbina' River paying sum of the Mr. Thompson of Sanborn. X. D., Miss Emma Arnclt of Hunter, X. lias been visiting at the house of J.S. D.. arrived -last Sunday to attend her Llenhari. sister's funeral. M M Boils Cured. Leroy Johnson and A. Zimmerman I ot Seven Persons were at VYMuUa on Hc-v. A. A. Mr. C. A. Mussen, Bawlf, "I recom- mend Burdock Blood Bit- ters as being the best bl ood purifier there is. About three years ago I S 1-2 Ibs, ham, (ft j .87 4 Ibs. bacon, ISc.............72 4 !bs. butter 1.60 2 Ibs. tea l.OC 1 suit clothes 18.00 Our every day prices are closer than have- Imt you .will always special bargain list for Ericlay and Saturday shop- pers at this store. It will pay you to watch for our ad. each week. We don't advertise unless we've something special to say, and some thins: a'ood to offer. STENCILLED ART new window drapery. Green, blue and brown on plain ground. 40 inches wide. This is a big selling line and should not last long at the price reduction Regular value 40c. Friday and Saturday per yard.................... Ecru 27c 75c DRESS SILKS FRIDAY AND.SATURDAY Spring colorings of mulberry, wisteria, navy, brown and olive. Friday and Saturday price per yard......................... pure soft finish in all the new 55c MucLaren of Medicine1, greatly troubled with boils and our drug- Hat was at AVbitla Saturday and Sun- .gist advised me to try Burdock Blood frtl-inrr T business today. Forrest Ha'lhaway of Howbells, N. has been here -to tile on a claim, lie left for Medicine flat on Monday accompanied by Geo. Ensign. Thc funeral of Ella Arndt was held at -the family residence, two -and a half miles south of Whitla on Sunday last, at 11 o'clock. The little one diedj IRON SPRINGS at the hospital in Medicine Hat Springs. Feb. debate Thursday. She suffered for some time was held a few weeks ago in connec- witii spinal meningitis. day. The party at Xeison's on Sunday evening. Feb. 20. was not a success owing to the inclemency of The wea- ther. ilis-s Berbha Sturm has accepted a position in LeChbridge. Bitters and after taking two have not had a boil or even pimple." Pimples' Cured, Mr. J. Morshouse, Zea- land Station, N.B., writes: "My face and neck were covered with pimples, I tried all kinds of reme- dies, but they did tion with the Y. P. S. of Huntsville, Fritz Dant. has been in Eau "resolved tliat anticipation has great- Claire. Wis. for some 'time past, re- er joys than realization." Mrs. King) turned last Thursday and is living on j lea the-affirmative and T. H. Wyimn bis claim. H. P. of the Citizens Lumber Co. at Lethbridge. was at Whitla one day last week. There will be a dance nt Bow Island tonight for the benefit of the baseball loam. good. I vent to many doctors, but they could not cure me. I then tried Burdock Blood Bitters and I must say it is a won- derful remedy for the cure of pimples." For sale by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T. Miiburn Co., Limited. Toronto, Out. the negative, and were supported by Messrs. K. Kingston and W. A. Wy- man respectively. By popular vote the- negative won. On Feb. Dth an address was given by Mr. .Kingston before the society on "T-he Social Detnocracv: its aim- of us at least and of all the Little Bow district, for most of wlhose pop- ulation it wall save many a mile. Rev. Mr. Sale of Carmangay is go ing to hold meetings in this district A. C. Fife of Lethbridge is getting settled on his homestead. H. V. Ensign was at Lethbridge on its hopes and its history." The speak business one day last week. jcr traced the economic development The dance at Winnifrid last Friday night was well attended and a good ot the race up to the present and ex plained the theory of the social ce- its application to present tlme reported. K. P. Helgerson and! mocracy in .1. S. Dienhart. of this place the latter helping to furnish the Mrs. G. G. Taylor has been obliged music. tf> town on account of the ill- T. Babe is hauling out IiinVber to'ness of one of her children through erect a building on ins homestead. i blood poisoning. are very grateful to hear that ;ilter frequent requests the powers A. Stachofski and Thos. Money were at Bow Island recently. INDIAN WEDDING. On Monday last Thomas Spence an Annie Sesequusis were joined togenl er in Holy Matrimony at All Saints Cliurch. The Bishop of SaskatcSi wan. who was staying at the Parson age, took the service In Cree, nmc to tbe delight of the older Indians, wno said they understood every word. As the party drove away, their horses docked in tiring into various colors the air. they and guns Total .....................130.94 The following was the schedule of ages for the various trades in that ear here: Carpenters. -5o per hour, 10 hours. Bricklayers, 40c. per hour, 10 Ivrs. Plasterers, 30o. per hour, 10 hrs; Laborers, 17 I-2c. per hour, 10 hrs. I have done all the carpenter work n a frame cottage here for S75 in cbe same work costs today union labor over 300 per cent, increase. The rent of this same ottage in 1S91 was ?lo per month, to day tJie same cottage rentts for to per month. owSug no doubt to ,he extra cost of erection, and mod ern improvements. Now, Mr. 1'nion Man, 1 am no you say wo will sugar coa? against unionism or organized labor The Builders Exchange is not against it. We are going to meet you firmly on fair and square grounds to settle matters in dispute. We do not want strikes or lockouts in Lethbridge. Here is a list of wages which com- pare favorably with any other place in Canada and which I consider fair in Lethbridge: Rough carpenters. 40c. per hour. Finishing carpenters. -'Sc. Journeymen carpenters, 2oc. to 40c, for first two years. Bricklayers, 60 to TOc. Plasterers, to Plumbers ;iml steam fitters, 4 f. toiiOe. Electricians. 40 to Common laborers, 2.r. to 30o. Plasterers ami bricklayers' laborers, 35 to 40c. Scotch Zepliers. Giligliams and Chambrays. Regular 15c Goods Friday Saturday 1 Only Ik Light and Dark Past Color English Prints Friday Saturday Only t V .-f -t- Ik NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS NOW IN STOCK Jet Ornaments. Persian Bands, Guipure insertions, Allover Laces and Beaded Nets. H. S. Richardson was at Lethbridge i that, bo have decided to donate u ferry j quite picturesque. on business trip last week ant! inci- ;ii Nolan's ford to the benefit of some Reserve .-was fuli L KNIGHT POUSB appeared} There is only onr. place in Canada Tlio scene on the according to schedules before me of joy and theso wages arc exceeded, and J dancing and feasting lasting well onjihonv arc hundreds where they aro into -the oxt day. and to feed loss, in tbe West. crowd of guests two beasts i I a mimbc-r of the car- 'were slain. May they live long and 'pentors satisfied with the present j Lnko Chronicle. jsohoditlc wages hero. In fact n _________________ jnmnbor havo toUI mo so. It is general i ilv poor nifi liiinlc ihru ilu BuAMED THE COMPANY Thc man who AND THESR por nocd nor losf PRETTY WHITE WEAR UNDER PRICED -t- -f The Stock of Whitewear is Most Complete -f -f -t- -t- -f -t- 4- -t- -f -f COLORED SILK WAISTS came in brown, navy, sky and cream; large buttons, tucks and braided front, p'.rv.t. ami Friday and Saturday with 50c PURE FOR WHITE LONG SLEEVE RIBBED MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS OF PERCALES AND FOR S1.25 OVERALLS AND JACKETS. BLUE OR BLACK- FOB Don't as tnuch "Black Knight" you have been using of other stove polishes. You dou't meed, as nmcb, to bring brilliant, glittering, lasting polish to, the iron-work. A little of "Black Knight" goes a long way. And you get a bigger box of "Black Knight" than of any other stove polish that sells for IDC. If, for reason, yon can't get "Black Koibt" Store Polish at your S CM postpaid. Koigbt lac. for TzfF.F.BALUTOI.UBTIl, -1 In T earn por T-Yodoricton. X. R.. Feb. f.-itni acoident at Frodericton highway ;t1ftvo. Wovk. btidco last week was the result. xw, in onrhision. T'njnn Man., on i.iie part or the Domtn-jyour pill and it. will mako you sick, j ion Hrirtgc Co. of Montreal and their uct yoss 1 have helped, in rlu I o-mployees wns the verdict rendered; last, ten years, a largo number ofj by 'flip jury in tbo men