Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 8

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PMt. SIX THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. TkeMterta Railway and Irrigation Co. Arc offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market $ 175.00 EACH Situated North of Track The mberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. AMONG CANADA'S WA6E WORKERS TbMgIrt Prmkag Cmkn Picked frm (bt Patk ff Labor-Activities Saiwarizd aid Recwdcd Fer TUm Wk D� the Werld's Werk Cold Weather Is Coining i A STORM SASH on tihat ne-w house of yours will keep out the cold and reduce your fu( 1 account, NOW is the time to act. Ring up 163 and wS' will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber OLIVER'S MflNUmCTURINB COMPAflY Office and Factory Cor. ROUIfO anil 80MPIS STREETS Telepho^ie loH Yard, Smitii St. Pbone 195 TORONTO UNDECIDED AS TO FLAG FLYING Toronto, Ont., Jan. 5.-The board of education, which first ordered flairs to be floated on schools on certain anni-verseries, then ordered them to be flown daily and next not to be flown on Sundays decided at the final meeting of the board last night not to fly them at all. CANADIAN Pacif-i WESTERN Single Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip Ffoui stuliofiB In OaiaiJo, Port Artliur arid West, -Vlari-itoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, to VANCOyVER VICTORIA UNO WESTMINSTER . Also to OKANAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December Ifi, 17, IS. 1909; January 21, 22. 23 and 24; February 15, Iti. 17, 1910; good to return within three months. "Trades unions worlc a'well as centers of resistance against the encroachments of capital. They fail partially from an injudicious use of their power. They fail generally from liniiting themselves to a guerilla war against the efiects of the exists ins system, instead of trying to simultaneously to change it, instead f{ usinj; their orpianizod forces as a Ic'Ver for the linal emancipation of the working class, that is to say, the ultimate abolition of the waees system. "-Karl Mars. Honorable men fight in the open. Only the dishonorable fight in ambush. There are .35,000 Orientals in British Columbia. The fishing and lumbering industry is practically in their hands, though owned by "foreigners" ot other kidney. I The Switchmen's strike, like al-\ most all other strikes, abounds in les-, sons for ihe working class. President James M. Lynch, of the I. T. v., speaking of his recent Northwest trip, said: "I had heard so much of the wonderful strength of the Typographical unions in the Northwest that 1 decided to visit them and learn the cause. My trip has not taken me all over this section of the United States, but into Canada as well, where 1 find the same progressive state of aiTairs and the same amount of print-orial prosperity there as in this great Northwest country. The secret lies in the fact that the unions are all working together and that thousands of members are loyal and enterprising. The results of my trip paid me many times over for what it cost and 1 shall return to Indianapolis more enthusiastic than ever over the work, achievements and future of the Typo-graptilcal unions ot America." Labor is rapidly organizing In Japan, practically every trade or occupation now having its organization. The constant change of ideas among the wage workers brings also the power of organized effort and the knowledge of such power. Peace on earth and good will to all men will come as a result of tlie destined triumph of the working class. Hasten iti comi.ii; nul by tuikliig about it, but by joining the working class in its world wide fight against tlie rule and robbery of capital. ! The (Central Trades and Labor I Council is made up of from! : tiic' various iocai unions and evcrv.' i union in the respective cities should I be represented at every meeting bv ; their quota of delegates. Each union . . I . , , ., � ,, , , , ,,f,,iceiiuy in an address to the members , ;s eiititU'd to Its quota of dele.gatos' Syokiiii; Fails. ' and it should be the duty of the affili- "Kprp what. ..>:.Q.'.v . )ive.'., wvni-. . rv^. cede a step, and all the time keep reaching out for more-and more- and more," said Jas. M. Lynch, pre- Try Tiiis New Castle Brand "RIALTO" The Molsons Bank Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) ... $3,500,000 Reserve Fuaa .... 3.500,000 HEAD OFFICE (:-:) MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA   I W. B. Wilson and T. V. O'Connor are the 1910 fraternal delegates from the British Union Congress to the American Federation of Labor convention. The next annual district convention of the Western Federation of Miners In British Columbia will be held at Trail. B. .C, on Wednesday, Janu^"'-I gate ; steps should be taken by these ^^-^^ j.^, ^j^^ p,i,.i,ege j affiliatt-d unions to see to it that , other ?41,750,000. Great system! � their delegates do attend. The Trades ' 1 and Labor Council has done more for I tlK; local unions than they could pos- 1 siblv fin for themselves- therefore ev-' "''^ O'S inieruniiona! convenuon 01 ! "-"j ........o........ , siDij ao lor tnemseives, tnereiore ev^ jp.^^^ and Decorators. The am-1 action that labor can win industrial Delegates Goodwin and Scott, of Winnipeg local, have returned from the big international con\'"entlon of fJirough organizations that the laboring class of any nation can hope to overtlirow industrial despotism. The working class economically and politically united can snatch a world from industrial slavery, but scattered , , and disunited, is as helpless as the '"^ I puny efforts of the old lady who tried to beat back tlie waves of the ocean with a broom. The time is here and now, when the hearts of the laboring people must beat for economic freedom, and it is only through united NEXT OLYMPIC MEET IN STOCKHOLM Toronto, Jan. 4.-The foUdwing letter has been received by N. P. Crow secretary of the A. A. U. C, from Rev. R. S. Decourey Laffan, Honorary sec- nected with the International Olympic association, v.-hich deals only with the theory of International. The last of which was held in London, in 190S, while the next will be held in Stock-bolm in U'12, hence I am^tiot in a position to make any statements regarding them. CHINESE FEUD IS ENDED ery union should be well represented I buJo^^-Jf u"e" l^caTurhave its'^sec^e-at every meeting. The matter of j tary, A. K. Scott, elected to the exe-building up the respective Trades and ' cutive board of the international and' Labor Councils and keeping it a ^i-^th vice-presidency has been' good, strong militant organization,^t,*^-'^ lies with the various local unions and . brotherhood business. Thorough 01-tbey should improve the opportunity ganization In the West will be under-by electing able, conscientious men ' '"'^'en under his siiperlntendency. who will always be ready and willing to handle anv task laid out for emancipation. them. i The officers are able to report won-1 derful progress si'nce the previous � convention, which was held in 1905. ' The brotherhood now has a membership of 65,000.-The Voice. It costs central bodies $10 a year, j Mrs. Eva McDonald Valesh has re-or $2.50 a quart-!nt out from the headquarters warninq; all gun .^nd hatchet men to disarm, following a coiapio retary of the council of the British I mise. Prepauuions for the Chinese Olympic association. "London, Jan. 4: Dear Sir,-I beg to thank you for your letter of the 7th inst The Olympic games of Athens are In no way organized or con- New Year which had been dropped In view of the Tong troubles, have been renewed -imon,- the local Chinamen and will be celebrated Feb 9 iastin.; six days. a charter from the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Perhaps $10 The United Brotherhood of Leather Workers on horse goods has served , 1 1 u J - notice on all employers that the eight each from every central body in Can- jj^^^ day will be enforced in the com-ada would assist in securing perma- ing year. nent organizers for Canada. Natural Versus Forced Digestion The wise person who is subject to indigestion will not resort Lo pepsin preparaiiuus co force digestion after eating, but will so plan his meals that digestion will become natural and easy. He will use at meal times Alberta's Pride Bottled Beer - The total number of casualties to The Tradesmen of Prince Rupert are | persons on North American railways organizing. The miners in Nicola; Jor^tii^endingjun^^^^ arc or�iWi",ir>s. S,-hocM t*?.cMr.s j^vea. These numbers include 381 British Columbia are organizinp-. Tho, passengers killed, 11,556 passengers stationary engineers are organizing. 1 injured, and persons other than pass-The mill'men are organizing. And e��e'-s and employes and employers, ^ 7 6.402, and 10.187 injured. Deducting. .itJ.. J?vcrv.,IKW,.....�?'mi.-ft!::.' �figtit^^-TTdrn'-Tue- tbfar ofTtirieti throughout Western Canada the wage and injured there remain 3,405 killed workers are organizing, una.ssistcd.; and S2,487 injured among the em-International union officers will do P'^^^^: , According to the report, says ,,,,,.. iu- ^ iThe Call, one employe in every 422 well to keep tab on this territory, j ^.^^ ^^^^^^ -^^^ ^^J'^^ and, if necessary, mortgage its fu-; was injured. "Who were the persons ture to place organizers in the field: other than employes and passengers" at once to solidify and direct the i of '^lom'/s stated above, 6,402 were ,^vnr,,.,f i�n ,r>r,-->^f I! . Mlst�- -ani^wfr in- tn�> report but I iri:bt and pleasant, Best CiKars and Tobaccos in stock Barker Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block cral dissatisfaction among the organ-1 F'rayne; 1909, Jerome Jones;' 1910, i.ed workers will ho ^^'^^^^^^�'if^J^^T'll^^^. V^Z Then there arc other forces at work, iggg, David A. Carey; 1899, David A. intliiding nationalists an^l "dirtcl ac-j Carey; 1900, David A. Carey; 1901, tioni.sts" which, untenable as their, P- M- Draper; 1902, John H. Ken-position m.y be .s-.c.-d. ^r. ..-^^^^^^^^^^ scnce of men who know aad under- 1906, Samuel L. Landers; 1907, W. R. stand tli(> labor niovcinriit. in nincin.': 'I'rotter; 1908, P. M. Draper; 1909, F. barrieis in the way of real progress. Bancroft. If intcrnr.tionnl linioiis and the -Am- erican Federation ot Labor were alive, to the poKSibilitics of the next ten In comparison to payments, as well as per capita tax, there is as much, ..... , , ,, 1' not more, expended out of the funds years in Western Canada there would of the American labor movement in be no neglfct of this vast and rapid-j Canada than tliere is in the United ly developing territory. States.-Samuel Gompers. Electricians Supplies. Insulated Wires. Urasst Goods. Electric Heaters. Glassware Gasoline Ignition Material. Iron Conduit Systetns Single & Two I'has-o ilotors. Telephones and Bells. Cowiplfte Elect-nctvl lu-stallations and General Electric Repairs. t W. L. McKenzie & Co. I Phono 204 Red path St leo Total Assets Oct. 30,1909 Over S42,000,000. Banking By Mall We have already over 40 Branches iii Ontario and about 120 in the West. If we have not yet established a Branch within easy reach of you, you can carry on all your banking business by mail,,conveniently and safely, with our nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of $1.00 or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be Mfithdrawn at. any time. _________.......^_____^ .,........, ' M"ain*6iffice"cor. Round &"Redpat'h'Sti'' Tj J.TR. "ANDERSON Sub-OfTicc Westminster Rd., N. Ward || Manager. Stirlinfl Branch-A. F. SchimnowakI, Acting Manafler. Grasiy Lake-R. W. Balllie, Manager. PONY EXPRESS Furniture, Trunks, etc., taken to any part of the city. J. FIGGINS : PHONE m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ City Cartage Co. VAN HORN BROS., PROPS. Draying of All Kinds Coal Delivered Promptly Office, Oliver Block Telfphoue 438 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HBAO OFnCE. TOBOMTO ESTABUSUED 1M7 B. B. WALKER, Preaidrat ALBZAHDn hAJXD, Ontral Xaiugw Paid-ttp Capital, $10,000,000 Reserve Fund, - 6,000,000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new TraveUera' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convrniam way in which to cany money when travelling. They are issued in denominatiooa ti $10. $20, $50. $100 and $200 and the exact amount payable in Austria, Bel(;iiiin, Denmark, Fraac*, Germany. Great Britain, Holland, Italy, horway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland ia aUted on the face of each cheque, while in other countrie* they are payable at current rates. The dieoues and all information regarding them may be obtained at tmrj ottc* at the banic MIA Lethbridge If ranch - C G. K. Nourse, Manager Express and Bsggage WayoD for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 Winnipeg, Jan. 4.-The Winnipeg Taxicab Company has aplied to the ' Manitoba government tor Incorporation and it is expected that the announcement will appear in the Gazette of the present weelc. A number of Winnl-peggers have taken an interest in tho concern. It is e-xpected that the cabs wil arrive shortly and the service will be opened. For months past the scheme has been under consideration and William Kearney of Montreal has been active promoting it. The plan calls for from 15 to 50 taxleabs and Inter a'! the demand increases this number will bo added to. 1 m i i Hi- Parquharson & Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Po�t�, Telegraph Poles, Mine Prop* and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. fMx (C�it;."aii* Jit four uauui'iHV 04raoo Btreet. 16-� gjtl It tutfu 8071 519847 ;