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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. January 7. 1.011. THE LETflBRIPfiE HERALD ft I ?s t OF CANADA CayfUl, lesi rreftto fetr the Rabace Don't spend all you like end save the balance there is any. Save what you know you spend the The .'difference, ;iu a few years, will'be the difference between poverty and independence. Open "a Savings Account in this Bank. It.will make. the saving easier. Main Office ft. Rsdpath Its I G. R. TircNINQ v, Wifttmir.Wr Rd., N, Ward Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Gnsay Lake- H. W. Balitie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER 31Q.QQQ.OOCr REST, The'Money Orders of'The Canadian Bank of Commerce ar.e a safe, convenient and economical method of remitting small sums -of money. They-are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States.; and full information regarding them may be obtained "on application at the Bank. _..--. .In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank receipt of a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements the amount of the lost Order. 232 Branch 0 K. Nourse, OLD COUNTRY FOOT BALL RESULTS -I ,'aue the Lesults of English and Scotch League Football games played today First Division Liverpool 2, Blackburn.-Rovers-'i. Bury 0, Bradford City 1. Notts County 0, Manchestet .Gitr-1- Newcastle United 3, Oldham, 'Mh- THE WORLD OF LABOR BY KILWAT constitu? ents ari largely workers iii tl4 i'rana' stand Astonvilla Stiuderland 1. Slicfticld United ?Arseu- al 2. i'-..-iv-''- Middlesb'pro' 1. f- if-' Toieiiham Hotspur -3, -Bristol North End 0, Aver ton Manciiester United 1, Notts Forest some small bill iutroducod that v directly jtosHI knowl- tbit Jt-irtYl nerir become; law to Second "the Cross of Gold, and CrwwR of typo that sound and delight th'eir' Fort WiUum, delegates to -the at Victoria, B. C., on March ;-13, 1911, and not on Jau. .10, as iu thia cotumu kst The ot tk term of ihfi Trades aind Council in Donald McXib, U. W. of A., being and position of f. Among ;tKe delegates from'-District John R 0. Jones, ol- Hill- crest, and J. of -Bellerue. Mr. Geo. of -the Calgary and Labor Cotmcli, ii one. or the prime movers in ibe orau- ization of the new Ceramic and iloi- aic Union of iliat cityj believe first uniou of its kind iu Westeru Canada and it ahowa the class of buUdibga in Calgary, are be- coming more artistic m appearance A subscription-list to aid the widowb and orphans of those Believue disaster has bv the members of W. o A., and .iudging froioi the spo'nse they expect to' collect riearli which is very creditable to -the local miners. Producing Quality from Quality GOOD whisky can mora ba from grain than -blood can drawn from A..convention calljias ias been sent out joining: is becoming" more, apparent day :b; day. Recently a-delegation of th United, Farmers :of Alberta, met.i: Lethb'ridge, "and addressed a bods' o local trades unionist's at the labo lions to the British Columbia Federa- to be cblSvers'a'n't with r -Jan' 6 the hockey ons to e rts ouma eera- to e cversan't we-ama'an'o Tahcc session .will con- jects of trades'-iniionismB and the ou the winner, and the incentive, to put. a better class of horae in (raining for tills sort of racing in therefore greater than'in.-America, where the Whitney Grand National and one or two other events alone have'as much as in added money. Hue Ribbon of Steeplechasing It is the blue ribbon of steeplechas- ing. just as the derby is the most coveted trophy of English flat racing, and the course over which it is decid- ed is The most severe in the world, a tremendous test of, endurance ami courage on the part of horses and men. for the rider must be ae thor- oughly fit as his mount to last through which ,rfits'Monday Tahec yVums people are waking up to.: the tact that skating is a.'good the rink. The ladies are turning in par- iiculariy in the aftcrncohs. Bui curling seems to a grcs.t- fascinutioii ior the m-rn, and .both sheets-of, ice arc full-every IUR'UV. Last evening a meeting 01 the club wailing room at the. rink; Avith.-Dr. Leech as It. was.''decided to go right ahead and.1 incorporate-the. Taber. following Dr.- G. Leech, 0. R. Powell. G. C. Millan, B'. to be -selected byithe skips tomorrow night and a schcdviln' of-'Kames..arranged, and trophies .will- be put up for competition. The finance committee reported that, subscriptions will be collected tomor- row, after which the .-.rink will bf. available for club members only. Af- er tlic meeting the- members tested heir prowess, among-them Jon. A..-L McLean, who is iti tovvu or i short- time. Afha grain Ma uaa tor naafclnf Corby's SELECTED" RYE VHISKlf the kind and Mfhatt The kind bpuf ht by the rew to aatf tha Uw ONLY kind good for ua. When tha tha thraahv hai'rassarl en tha fixatful WaaUm Prairte. thouaandi narn thmtaarxk af- amhah chotawf ikraaa con- Vntmt tn a atMam dkrael ta aur OHM under fta watchful, eye af evert buyer, bmhat up to i oma ef the WM that a better .La understandlnj .with, each other eustkt o prevail. The breakinc tlie sms betwee'd industrial aw ural workers is marking the devel- opment of raodenj Industry. er can the remain: apart and iook on -wHh. ladifferettce dustrlal clase; they ;that the aroduet of their labor -which.. ap- pears as grain, cattle; and. dairy. lion eC duce is. only by., the joint: labor of the mechanic, c railroader .and the irhole heet ot vidual- workers, collectiTely. At Avinnipet a deputatioh'df the "Grain Growers'. -i; before the Trades and- Ijibcir common. -ground for actioo. wis by both parties. v. In the Unitett Statea farmen unioni are springing into and are affiliating the of: .L. ;lfi Canada we .hope to see a combination of .both, farmer iniiiitrlal 'wage organized.. both economiciiUy arid auch! moniter beat ot caltra' urgitti them the.ifferent and .-Labor witk that by one and It when ill bo ot ;Hurdle, racing is quite the thing in i the four miles ami S56 yards constitutes the course. Ir. -.vas first nm' and tre- mendous fields start, as a rule, no few- jer than thirty-two going in the post in jlS3rt. and the same number in.1909. i The Irish sportsmen have had !did luck in winning, this classic and on a number of occwtons the arlorj' of the j victory has hsen shared in no small measure by Garrett }Ioore and the i BeasJoys earninit thHr in hard I fought which you can hear run over again on the Curragh of jKUdsre any finp raorniag by the sharp i faced, abrcwd looking men of middle jage who irallop their there. Lib jerator. Comeaway. Father O'Flywi Cloteter, Manifesto. Drogheda and names to conjure with. A remarkable fact in connection with the race is that in the seventy two years it has been run it has been i fewer than etaoin shrdluS cmfwpuyp won by horses 6 years old or over nr horse in the United States and Cana da is generally considered a? harinc TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL Mot a dollar or tn has been spared to the WILIER HOUSE, Toronto. In the very ranli of rptelt in the Dominion of Canada. Plans, PIM 9t.jf a of. WRIGHT A.-O .MACK CAR MOLL -to'RUNTh LANADA seen his best years old. days before he is 6 Trouble in the Constellations sta Major emitted a bark. "On a hot scent, are Minor. "If you had to carry a Tlamlnj like Sirlns In tho end of your (retorted the other, "you'd know wha jit is have a hot Thereupon Taurus savagely shoo horns at them aud they Making Sure U I r _r .T V V T. .T1 .T SKATING AT- .THE TONIGHT RINK A. Fidler's Pipe Dream Alf. Fidler. who encompasses the of the province of Alberta with the reputation of a red-hot basebaJ! fan. ha? been quoted lately in the Ct-l- gury papers in respect to ing the. Western Canada The salient points of Mr. Fidler's. proposition are: That -the league comprise.. Calgary. Edmonton. Brandon and Winnipeg. (Of course Mr. Fidler is merely, jok- ing.) That the salary limit be placed at per month, and Mr. fig- ures out thRt the running expense's be about for the -sea- son. (Here he is in grievous error; that amount wouldn't cany last year's Calgary team much over a month, Mr. Fidler apparently has little knowledge of the running expenses of Western Canada League club. Tt cost Leth1 bridge more than the past. sea- son. and this season too much .in- ad- dition to that to be f "The Old Kosa." as they call him in Calgary, says that four good mana- gers like Carney, White and Rowland be the ground work of four strong teams. (Hare them all. Jike Carney and call it the Western Cana- da Baseball and Scrappers League.) Alf. makes a fine finishing flourish to his liTtle interview by suenresting a league with a much smaller sulary limit. includine Lethbridge. Refl Moose Jaw, and Saskatoon or Medi- cine Hat. (Forget, it Alf. We have- heard you emit the like from your ax- pansjvc cheet before.) .r i KIPP! lOtk wnen prices soar Most excellent small investment on tne market to-day SKEITH TILLEY Phone 1343 r Corner Round and Duffcrin StreeU ;