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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALi C R T A ,SATU ft DA Y F B U A ft Y OOJ. Upon assuming charge of Daily Herald people had before them was the one they had voted in favor of, the con- tinuance o! laboring in the present well. Printed by the Daily Herald Priming Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Round St., Lethbridge, AJberU, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector and Editor. Subscription Ratss Daily, one year, delivered H-00 Daily, uionth, delivered, 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered.. 1.00 Daily one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail 3.00 Daily, nix months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 ".Yeekly Herald, one year 1.50 Addresses changed as often as de- tired; but both new and old must be given. iubscribera will please, remit with order which should be given lor a term. Remit by Express OUR POINT OF VIEW The people of Lethbridge are hose of Missouri. "Show me' heir message to the council. UKe Has the gas-well committee the in- ormation that will prove to the city hat it would be cheaper to com- mence (and finish, of course) a new well with a civic plant than to use he present well? H so let it be known. Order, P.O. Order, and iiink Honey Order. irders may be tent direct or through any newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETH BRIDGE HERALD, Lethbridge, Alberta. (Ja nada. If our friends who favor us with man uscript for publication wish to have rejected Articles returned the must in all cases send stamps lor that purpose. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to receive th Daily Herald will please notify the business ottice, by phone or wise, at the earliest possible mo ineut. so that prompt delivery maj be ensured. To ensure change of contract ad tisement in the Daily Herald, cop} be sent in not Uter than o'clock p. m. of the evening befor publication. Transient display ad- rertiaements will be icccivod up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms caah. Birthj, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of- fice. per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. lubjact to advertise- ments aubject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE O. D. AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... The people want what they want until something better is shown for thorn to want and then they will want that. Let the Council's gas-well com- mittee disclose the proposition for which the city should drop what have already expressed a wish for and if it is better it will be taken. Leader Robertson cannot fool the labor men with suggestions that la- bor representatives be allowed to sit on the floor of the House. They would prefer a good deal more to sit on a few of their alleged friends, like .Mr. Robertson. Frank Sherman knows good legislation when he it and so he endorses that passed by the Al- berta government. Mr. Sherman says the labor people have not got all tiiat they would like to get. That is the way with the rest of are continually looking for more and better things. JOB The Herald DEPARTMENT. Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. 106. The third session of the Alberta Le- gislature will go down into history as one of the most important in the history of the province. Labor men will look upon it as one of the bright spots in their lives for the legislation passed has more to do with improving conditions for the workingmen than anything else. Don Hiebert, the most prominent petal' of Alberta's Rosebud, is anxious that his wise sayings should bo re- j corded and distributed among his con- stituents. In stating that Mr. Sim- mons would have his speeches in the Ottawa Hansard and Ottawa papers, he made a prophecy of Mr. Sim- mon's success at the election that will not be exactly comforting to that gentleman's opponents. But Mr. Hiebert has no such hope and complains that he will never be heard of if the province does not have a Hansard. Such is fame. The deeds that men do live after them. His- tory records what is worth saving of word and deed. Would the Don be great, he must do or say something that will go beyond the pages of Hansard for the steps to the throne of greatness are not made of the vol- umes ct Hansard. he pastorate, the pastor waa iinpres- by the loyalty of ft cotpri a of young women, who naturally acted as a magnet upon some of the young men. A change was noted after those young folks were marriod. Some of the men continued their attendance, but, thy ilt.stnt, and the excuse always was the same. The preacher decided to re-establish his old plan and he hopes to have a dozen or thirty babios pres- ?nt every Sunday. One of the church parlors has been atted up as a nursery. It is presided over by forty members of the Evans class, who will work in relays of ten it each service. And the class in- cludes the prettiest girls in the Church. They have been especially trained by their own mammas. When baby lets out its first whimper, teething ring will bo chucked be- tween its presumably sore gums. If that does not have the desirec .'ffeet, af bottle of milk will bo pro- lucerl, but if baby still is belligerent its clothing will be searched for i uray pin. Then, if baby yells, Dr Lilian Roberts will look it over. The baby (ioe.s not have to cry out to ge hold of a doll or teddy bear. "'L simply am complying with i public commented the pas- :or last night. "Children cannot ac- juire the- habit of going to church my too soon and their parents must not be barrvd from religious worship because of their little tots. I know :he project will prove a success and 'iope to see it spread throughout the city. Some pastor; who now bar children will change their 'minds. They will do as a place for them." The World of Labor __ Received Today Contributed by Labor Man At n recent meeting of tho Trades !id Labor council inc. following com muriicution was read from the Board of Home Missions of tbe Presbyterian ii'.ircii Oi t-iiiiixu otutCS GI "Dear Sir and Bro. The number of men who aro repre- senting -Ministers' Associations or fraternal delegates in Central Labor bodies hus become so numerous that I hftvo lost track of a good many of them. If any of tho denominations in your city have such represen- tatives will you kindly send me their names and addresses, uslnp the enclosed self-addressed envelope I shall greatly appreciate tho favor. With best wishes for your success, I am, Fraternally yours, Charles Supt. Presbyterian Dept. of Church and Labor. ejuu rairs Union Made Overalls For Men and Boys I I 50c to Pair} Best Values Going f The MSI Co. Ltd, A-few nice lots 40 HO ft. on ,Torrance Ave.> North Ward. One lot sutlicient for buildings site. Terms down, balance per month without interest. Alberta Realty Co As 1 am personally unaware of any from any minister's as- sociation occupying n scat in any labor body, 1 leave the question op- en as to whut are "some of ihe ways in wbi-ch the ministerial fraternal de- legates might be helpful to the work- ing men in your city." Replies ad- dressed to lixljtor Labor Column, He- rald Office will he forwarded with pleasure to the proper quarter. j OUR LETTER BOX. J (The IFerald is not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will be refused. Cditor of the Herald, see you run a few articles bout the W. C. T. U. I would like ou to publish the following report f the address of a woman, which ap- peared in the Atchison, Kansas, tlobe. You will see that all women o net agree on this matter: "All women in the Woment's Chris- ian Temperance union are a narrow- ninded said Miss Phoebe Cou- -ins, formerly an. active temperance agitator, lately, while discussing the .vave of prohibition that has swept over the country. "They are not Drought into contact with the world, and do not know what real tempcr- THE HERALD'S POSITION On the question of boring for gas in this city, the Herald has not "changed front" in any respect. Last year when the rate payers of the city were asked lor their views on the purchase of the Electric Co. gas well for the Herald urged them to vote in favor of the purchase. Up to the present no proposition has been olaced before the rate payers that is better than the one they voted favor of. at that time. As far as the Herald is concerned, and we believe also the electors who voted in favor of the purchase of the Electric company gas well, no reason been offered why they s hould CHURCH 'AT HOME' TO BABIES Minister Establishes Nursery, Mothers Can Attend So A week ago last Saturday evening the local union No. 574 of the Unit- ed Mine Workers of America were "at. home" in the. Trades and Labor Ten. pie. The Trades and Labor Council having been extended a cordial invi- tation, a large number lock advan- tage of the good things the miners had provided. Song and sentiment was the order of the 'evening and one of the best smok- ers uri ler the auspices of the miners was brought to an end with the us- ual old and patriotic song. Citizens, Merchants, Union men, and any others that these do not touch, attention (Put the following in'black, Mr. 33 mail sacks full of Eaton's catalogues reached the Lethbridge" Post Office a week or so ago. Now, just read that statement once then pause and do a bit of thinking. While it may be true that quite a number of articles may be obtained at this store, yet for the good of the old cause, don't let us forget our duty to the union, made goods manufaciuro-d right here, chases of lolnu-cos, cigarettes, or ci- gars, which is always a guarantee that the article has heeii made by Union Labor and under fair condi- tions. Sir Win. MaclJonnUl is strong !y criticized for the low wages paid to tin- workers in his factory in Mon treul and also for his practice of forcing u 20 per cent, reduction dur- ing ihe-winter months on his nlrea- ly poorly paid employees who even have to .submit to being searched before losivjng the .factory. Uphold fair conditions and union labor. Ask for the union label kind. N'o tobac- L-O is union unless it bears the blue label. Our Spring Goods Have Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended To A. Mutton Phone 265 local Mutrj i WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL I herytiiif IqM li tie Cn stnictin af i Office, Yards and Factory: Cor, ROUfil aid 1QMPJ5 ITUETS Telephone 153 Lettibrifige Carpet Beating and Window Cleaning Co. Stove Pipes also Cleaned Send Postal CBrt li Cotblll St. EFFECT OF PROHIBITION by W. C. T. U.) let-land has gaol, no peniten- lury; there is no court and only one Not a drop of rflcoholic iquor is made on the island and its people art- total abstainers, ince they will not permit any liquor o be. imported. There is not an il- iturate on the island, hot a child on years old unable to read, the sys- em of public schools being perfect, .'hers are spc-cial seminaries and'col- .-'ges, several good newspapers, and a. printing establishment which every publishes a number of excellent Dooks on various linos." Such is ne re-port by northern travellers: f this incomparable and ideal land 3o snvs "Ram's Horn." change srd. the views they then expres- The other night the Herald asked the City Council to present to the peo- ple a proposition that was better than the' continuance of boring at the present well. Up to the present time no such proposition has been oftered. It'ns true that according to a report of the committee for the first time given light of day in a local pa- per yesterday that certain proposi- tions of the Council to the Electric Light company have not been accept- ed by the company, but in the face Chicago. Feb. Mrs Newlyvreds and those in whom anti-race suicide theory is well es tablished, will have to use some othe excuse than "the baby kept me a if they wish to neglect thei spiritual training. The Rev. John A. some ministers of the gospel who ac vise their parishioners to "leave th teething troublesome little imps- babies especially to the Baptist church, and has made every provision for their comfort, even to providing nurs- ing bottles and the like tc keep them quiet while their mothers are listen- ing to the sermon. The scheme inaugurated by the Rev. Mr. Earl is an innovation, so ;nr as Chicago is concerned, but it is not new -with him, he says, having carried it on successfully in Waterloo.. la., where he held on pastorate lor twelve years previous to coming here two years ago. Sunday morning meetings never could be relied upon strongly in the way of attendance. Sometimes there ;ince is. They can only see a world of drunken men if liquor is sold. They are religious vandals of the rights of men, and Russia itself cannot dupli- cate such an abridgement of personal privileges as these women propose. The women and preachers have gone mad over the whole thing. They think the whole universe is going to the dogs just because a little liquor is'be- ing sold in this country." In these un- qualified terras Miss Cousins paid her respects to temperance efforts, which she practically denounced as hypocri- cy and fraud. Miss Cousin's attitude is considered remarkable in view of the fact that she was for years a tem- perance leader and spoke continuous- ly on the topic. Her home is in St. Louis, where her father was prom- "inent in public life, and where Miss Cousins at one time served as United States marshall, the only instance of a woman holding that position in the United States. She was extremely ac- tive in the movement to save the cantec nfor tile soldiers of the army, and favors the bill now pending in Congress to restore thst institution. ML-5 Cousins has travelled widely and made many speeches against prohibi- tion throughout the country. At the sold at the different stores in our city. Why: don't the business men get busy and see that their clerks are members of the clerk's un- ion? They would then have an am- bassador for union made goods in their stores and at the homes of their clerks, and if the seed of un- ionism is planted in them good and strong, thore would be something do- ing when there is any mention "js.de of sending east for anj-thing, supposing it were union made. A year or more ago an attempt was made by the Trades and Labor Council to organize the clerks, but the latter did not respond to that call. However, another attempt is shortly to lie made, and this time Id us hope success will attend the effort. The smoping concert provided by the local bartenders union last Sat- urday evening will long be remember ed by those fortunate enough to be present as one of -the toniest affairs ever held in the city. Shortly after 8 p. m. President W. Hayes took the chair, und from that 'time till SUPPORT FROM BELOW During the Mid-Devon bye-election