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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHIDCJE, ALBERTA, JANUARY I IV Patented Section! Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, of the very beet Kib- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Proeyective builders would do well to write me; before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT and BlEDER, CARDST'JN T IJV tr Electric Bells fies 'The Westepo TinsniitlD -Heating Co, NEXT DOOfi TO OFHCE P.O.Box4I? Phone 266 Electric Sign Electric Irons Electric' Fans All Kinds of Electric Wiring Done by an Efficient Staff of First-class Work-men ELECTRICIANS t Dealers in -Electrical'Fixtures, Shades and Lamps Motors and Dynamos Bells, Annunciators and Telephones A General Wiring and Contracting Business Done Repairs promptly attended to McKENZIE V ROY Electrical Dealers, and Contractors f Redpatt high.es averages are shown by- immigrant from the United and_ tha "immigrants from and Scot land.show'higher averages'than thosi in England.'5 "This gross is based on the number of hors cattle, or swine raised, number of but an examination of the return in detail shows that na tionality exceeds in a particular line others excel in other directions. The American settler, with his push and enterprise, and, means takes second in. .all cases except in- tensity of culture. Jh this respeci the English settler" is seemingly -un- der the while the Welshman is second Jo the Belgian and the Scotsman tops the American. The Scotsman's fondless 'for cattle' gives "CAN I GET ,j If Tour Trouble comet from Kidneys, or Kidney Poisons hi the Blood, YES! Aud if you have boeii ailing A long don't lose your courage. Ib tome longer others. But Down's Kidney Pills will gradually the poisons out of "jrcrnf iyacem wfll stop; the sediment in the urine will ceaee; thero will be no rheumatic p.kins; you will freer and. brighter, and-when ;he last of the poisons have gone you will "wvll. Thero ii no way of getting the kidney pobona out of the system except through the kidneys, no medicine so effec- tive in taking them out as Duan's Kid- ney Pills. Mr. W. Perkins, South M-uiland, N S., wric.s: "-I feel it my duty to let you know of the great care I obtained by tiding Doari's Kidney Pills, For six months I could nob obtain a stood night's had to get up four or fire times to urinate, and the urine WM very thick and red. I commenced using Doan's Kidney PilU and in a very short time I was right and fit I am Tery' thankful to have found so speedy a core." Price 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for at all dealers or mailed direct by The T. Milburu Co., Limited, Toronto, 'Oak In ordering specify the- eight-hour day from, the opening of the contest up to May 1908, was .taken over It will be run Bert White has Boston restaurant, on the American style and union ffhelp will, only he em ployed. His-cooTc is from Davenpoxt, Spo- kane. boys, when you eat see that you patronize a union concern. BENEFIT ;DANCE AT- COAL CITY. Coal City, Dec. Monday evening last a concert and. dance was held for, the benefit of Mr. John of Taber, who had the mid- fortuiae some five years ago oi having his feet frozen, and who is now to- tally incapacitated in, consequence. 'The Trustees .House gave-permission for, their room to' ba the affair' ried out" by a committee selected from the local lodge of the TL7M. W.' of-A. They_jjot together some good talent and the -program- arranged "reflected on them, as .was-showa._, Jj by the hearty applause following each.. X item. _ The doors, "were.-timed to 7.30 and the room was crowded whlsi the concert v and >Vj his introductory dweltJ the good object for ing was held, and the musical part of calling upon the orchestra to selection.. It would "be too task to "attempt to make any tion amongst the every "one acquitted him third place in that branch" of industry. Notwithstanding the -unanimous protest of labor against the jail sen- tence imposed on Samuel Gompers, John Mitchell and F.- Morrison, the Central Federation Union "at Chicago received from Gompers a letter in which he told the unions that he had discontinued on the advice df coun- sel the "We don't patronize" list in future issues of the Federationist, the labor organ. Upon hearing this the Central Federated Union also decided upon the advice of the chairman to suspend unfair list for" a wliile. This was agreed upon at 4he same gathering where a resolution protest- irurably showed that the of Coal City, 'Minot and were not without entertainers -first class1 outside of The selections by Petrie Bros., were and they warmed up' the blood of" their listeners as deucad by the yociferous applaud which greeted the-, following wEs" the pragram "cleared for dancing and.-those "who. for-it, tripped light to the music .of Messrs'. P. Love and J. Hill, with "Mr. TonTIrvine as'floor manag- er. __ v Musical selection by "the Orchestra. Recitation, and Mrs. John Alder. "The Sheep that Ke'r Eeturn- Howells. Duet, Where Art Thou Mr, and, Mrs. F. Love, Song, "Boys from the Girls Keep Lerosse. -Entertainment or the Jno. Kill. Song, "Eileen Etowels. Violin SolCK-Frank Love. Selections on Jno. Howells. "She Wore a Wreath of Ros- Isabella Gibson. Step Hill'and Teni- le. Lyons. Votes of thanks to .artists and save lh Judge decision the general payment by tlie state of members of Parliament. ,'Therc are lots of he said, have no sympathy with us at all, who will that this decision makes it impossible for a.poor man, no matter how able, he may be, to enter parliament, and I shall be surprised if we do not see a great movement for the payment of mem- bers. On the whole I. think it will do cuar movement .good, for it'will hearten up our workers and urge them to redoubled efforts.' It id said that since he became king, mg was adopted. The cost to the members of the-In- ternational Typographical to secure WELCOME TO THE BISHOP. jVc. wel- come was this evening tendered to Bishop-elect Farthing, Iwheii he ar- rived from Kingston with his wife and two sons.' Edward V.ll'has allowed no work to performed jor his household that is not done union labor. The U. M. W. of A. of Iowa, has" a fund of .This was the audit up to November, A bill making ii a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of to OF CANADA The Habit of Sivteg systematically has made more men "well off" than have large incomes, fortunate investments and "luck" combined. It is practically a certain road to a comfortable competence. A SavinfS Accoont in the Union Bank will help you form the habit of saving. Open a Savings Account with tl.OO or to it regularly as much as yoxi can we will add Interest at the highest current rate at regular intervals. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderton, ;