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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITMIM ALlflirA, SATURDAY, JANUARY I, (Ml. Theatre Phone, 319 Manager's Residence, 320 STRICTLY UNION, THEATRE MATINEE TODAY (SATURDAY) _The Prodigal Sonand Bus- ter Brown TONIGHT (SAT.) The Irish Emigrant. Big Ama- teur Competition After "the Perf.irmaiice. Admission 25c; 35c and 50c Masquerade Ball -AT----------- MONARCH -ON- Friday Eve., Jan. 8th GoocTnnisia first-class sup- per. Admission to both dance and supper, ladies free. WASTE OF TIME means loss of power and in- come. The Garbutt Business College, Stafford makes it easy to save time, develop power, and to earn money. Both evening and day sessions. Particulars about our work are yours if you will apply to Geo. J.. Schmidt, Prin. Garbutt Busi- ness College, Block. The World of Labor Affairs of Workingmen Frankly and Impartially Dis- cdssed Correspondence on Topics of Interest to Labor Classes Invited Contributed by a Labor Man, who is responsible for the Views expressed in this Column Donald MeKab; 31. P. P. Brp. Pettipiece, duce you" to allow me to intro- explain why so icany names of, eligi- ble voters were left from the list. "We agree with President Hoose- delt that the workers should own a far greater shave of the wealth they produce. But 'what- does mean by "steady efforts in many different di- rections" ins order that the workers shall secure this greater share of the wealth which -they produce? Does he mean industrial trade unionism? Does he mean political action? In fact does he himself know what he means? It is so much eas- ier to evolve such vague generalities (than to suggest real practical action j that will be of some use to those con cerned. 'The suggestion and lei a bit authority to thsr ankctjaant by Cob- of thojw Bro. D: McNab having: been elected by acclamation, a long story in thii cyiaron. has received, tho order of but nwct week we to deal more thoroughly with 'Alderman King's resolutions, tho kick against the organizer of the American Federa- tion of Labor, and other matters of interest to my readers. JLocal 551, International Typogra- phical "Union mcMJts 'tonight in the La- bor Temple at 7 o'clock. ABOUT.. DAD'S the Lord Mayor's Son zjs. told that the pi posed city coal mine doesn't contain very much. Personally I know as little about a coal mine as it is possible for a )jnan to know, but I do thick Dad and'his boys ought to -make certain about the property they are securing before- they invest a beg your pardon It is very nice to talk about every official being a British, subject but it is foolish to make a hard and fast rule that none but -'Britisu subjects shall be employed by the city.' Take for instance if applications were" ask- ed for the position of city engineer and three Britishers, an American and a Belgian responded and in each case they same salaryf but- in the case' of the American and the Belgian their qualifications were far advance of the Britishers, would you consider it wise appoint a Britisher merely because he was a Britisher? Not by a long shot. We want the best men. However a man who earns his livlihood in Canada ought to be broad enough and wise enough, to become a Canadian. A man ought to be a citizen of the country he earns his bread and butter in. Davie King's resolutions are al right though in the case of a City Engineer I believe he is entitled to bigger" salary than the- secretary-trea- is if he is a good man Wnat most people objected to in the salary increase was the thumping big advances made at thfe first crack out of the box. Then partiality was shown- and an old and tried piiblic servant, Harry was pass- ed over. the council should do fix a schedule of salaries Rafter Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of r PURE TEA RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU-one yet JT IS PURE! Daily Herald Market Place Whin yw uytbki to tr It >til flactjt Ir cttoM. It yog wwt tbfe 6 ireritew for SI SITUATIONS VACANT twenty-five experienced miners.' j Apply Boyal Collieries Office, Royal City, Alta. 20-6 servant wanted; Apply Mrs. K. -Bufierin St. aa-3 Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. D. McNABB, M.P.P.-elect for Lcthbridgu. Alderman King is making good! He moved the followirg- resolutions at a meeting of tho City Council this this Council do rescind'the "increase of per annum granted to Secretary-Treasurer Robinson by the iate-Council, and reduce his sal- ary per annum, as previous ly paid. 2. That this Council consider the necessity of reducing the salary of 'Engineer Arnold on the ground that a building inspector has been appoint ed at a salary of S73 per month to do 'work, formerly done bV the city engineer. In view of this fact it is justified in reducing his salary to per annum. BRITISH SUBJECTS ONLY 3. That this council grant no pub- lic .appointment until such position has been advertised so as to give each' one a fair chance of competing, and that no person hold a public of- fice unless he. is-'a-British subject. That engineers and other officials be instructed to employ English-speak ing workmen in preference to foreign- .ers. _ 5. That the person or persons who prepared, the voters' list for the ia'st municipal Selections be called upon to that workers vest: in 'the' tools and instruments by which all work is carried sounds like the chimerical idea of the parlor socialist. Imagine the locomotive engineer investing his savings in" the thousandth part of a locomotive. Im- agine the workers in a cotton mill or the lines suggested by J. W. McNicol. This plan of increasing the salaries by'seven hundred dollars to an-am- ount as high as the city can .afford to pay for some years to come is non- sense and should be --treated as such. Would any concern advance the sal- ary of one of its servants by seven hundred dollars in one slap. >Tot by a hundred jugfuls. And again would any concern give a man a bigger in- crease than he asked? Not bj ten thousand jugfuls. Aid. Hatch's water saving policy should be put into practice at once. There are hundreds of gallons wasted city every day. A penalty should be imposed on tho people lett- a coal mine, accepting a- presidential! mS" "water run through-the. taps for Palpitation of the Heart. One of the first danger signals that an- nounce something wrong with the heart is tho irregular or violent throb.' Often tlioro is caly a fluttering sensation, or an "all sinking feelhjg; or again, tuere may be a most violent beating, M ilU flush- ings of the skin and vlsable pulsations of the arteries. The person may experience a sensation, gasp for breath and feel ns thovgn about to die. In such cases the action of Milbura's Heart-and Kerve_Pills the heart, rearing its'normal beat and imparting tone to the centres, is, beyond all question, icai- vellous. They give such prompt relief .that no.one need sufler. Mr. Sylvester Smith, Hampton, N.B., I was troubled with palpitation of the-heart and tried doctors medicines, bat they only gave me temporary relief. I heard of your Heart- and Nerve bought two boxes and before I-had-used them I was completely cured and would recommend" them ro all similarly affected." Price, 50 cents per box, or 3 'boxes foi- at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The-T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. BIG PURSE-'TOR FIGHT. Nev., Jan. to a despatch from-'Mazuma, a mining camp in the'centre of the State, the athletic "club of that city met- last night and decided to offer a purse of for a fight "between Jeffries and Johnson, the fight to take place within the next six months at that place, preferably on July 4th. "Bill" Morrison, formerly prominent in British Columbia sports, and Joe Nichols, who have pulled a num- ber of-fights, are mentioned a? being" behind the project. J OUR LETTER BOX. J Hertid ig not rrespongible for sentiments expressed in this col- umn. Ail correspondence must be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will be refused. panacea for their and investing their savings in the profusely water- ed stock of the concerns for which they work I A good many corpora- tions have endeavored to persuade their .employees to 'buy shares in con- cerns employing them, but imtil the employees can' be assured that the has been squeezed out of the '.stock and that it represents some- thing like real value, ,they would be worse than fools to invest theifr earn- ings in order' to swell the wealth of the promoters of speculative industry And there is scarcely a corporation in existence which sells shares of stock and can guarantee them to be worth, ths 2.ctua.l amount them. Even if the value were there, why should an employee invest his savings he has stocks over which he has no control in any way and of whose returns the employers .and di- rectors shall" be the sole judges. Pres- ident Roosevelt'throws'out iridescent not like an-, air as if he were the authority and had-the last word upon the case. The workers of the coun- try would be far .more obliged to him and would have a far better opin ion of his ability as an executive did he enforce existing federal labor -laws no reason whatever. If a few fines "will not" stop this practice, then put in meters and make the people pay for water they use. snap' has'been hard on the coal bin but it has brought to our attention the need of more at- tention being toVour hydrants. The other morning this city might have suffered seriously if fire had broken out in the 'heart of the city as it took some time to get water from the hydrants. It would be a wise thing to arrange for a regular inspection of the -especially during cold spells. The Suit of ft Gentleman Must reveal Quality, The quiet, unobtrusive character cf a "correct" suit bespeaks good breeding and wins fayor for the wearer. CLOTHING carries the hall marks of Quality arid gives more "satisfaction than any other. W, 5ANFORD MANUFACTURING CO. Limited HAMILTON, ONT. WINXlFtW- FAREWELL PERFORMANCE. The Bennett isters, two of the clev- erest little song and dance artists that have ever visited our city, play their farewell performance at the Eureka tonight. All who have seea them declare they are wonderful, and a rare treat for theatregoers. Billy Ward, the-clever black face comedian, also bids the patrons of the Eureka farewell tonight. Commencing Mon- day night the SpaldingBros., sensa- tional comedy acrobats, will; appear at this popular: from the reputation they already have for fun-making, it is safe to say all who the Eureka this coming week go home holding their sides the Edmonton visit will Listen to what the Edmonton Bul- letin best fools ever in Edmonton." In connection with this is Miss Hardie Langdon, the Plum Tree Girl, late- leading lady with that famous comic opera, "The Plum TreeGirl." Miss Langdon is one of the most'famous' comediennes on the stage today. Do not miss the Eureka week of January llth.. Plum Tree Girl at the Eureka next Monday night. DR. C. C. CRAOG Physician and Surgeon- Phone Office 126. House 94. Office to II a.m., p.m., 7 to 8 pm to Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the EOYAL COILIERIES, LIMITED will make application to the- Legis- ative Assembly of the' Province of Alberta at the next regular session thereof for an act authorizing" them to construct and operate a railway of standard guage from a point on the Crow's Nest Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway-2123 feet West of Lethbridge Junction to a point on the South West Quarter-of-Section 32 in Township 9, Range 21, W. 4th M. and to acquire by purchase, lease _pr, otherwise the spur line now under construction "between the' said points together with all powers incidental to the construction operation and ac- quisition oi the said line of Railway as necessary. DATED at Lethbridge this 30th day of November, A. D., 1908. ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED. J. B. WILK3E, Secretary. OUR HOTEL ACCOMMODATION Editor Herald, Sir: The sleeping problem is a difficult one presenting itself for so- Jution to the people of iethbridge. What are we to do with, men we bring in, asks the land agent? What shall we' do with the many people coming into ihe country who are .seeking to choose Jtands on which -to settle, asks'the man who is inter- ested in'the development of our city and the rich surrounding district. The hotels--are providing excellent .service but their accommodation is placing- cots along the corridors-and, .turning'the sitting and commercial rooms into sleeping apartments, they still must refuse many applications. To arrive in a city intending to s-cay-a'Tiight or so, 'and to find little or no hospitality does not convey a very decided impression of a peo- ple's-ability to cope "with the re- quirements of- {he public, and it does not sound like Lethbridge to let a man -wander from place to place in> search of-somewhere to lay his-head- The 0. 'W. Kerr 'Co. have rented a large basement in the city- and have fitted up -same as-a dormitory so that their patrons do not have to hunt for themselves but can always have a resting place at their disposal. A VISITOR. young girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Baw- den, comer Glya and Courtland Sta. 22-6 to handle article of great merit just being in- troduced; sells to business men, pro- fessional men and pleasant work and big pay; exclusive terri- tory to right man. Address Box 1828, Calgary, Alb. 23-6 general servant wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Glyn and Couxtlaryl Sts. 22-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR en Coutts. St., close to school, at each: 1-3 caeh, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. FOR African -..veteran scrip, cheap. R, V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 21-0 TO RENT. TO close in, a month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. 23-O or a partly furnished house; close in. Apply Box S, Herald Office. 15-0 NO, -3, in Macdonald Block. Apply to Manager A. -Macdonald; and Co.. 20-6 OF COAL MINING HO ULATIPNt Goal miauy tif by of UM in the Yukon Territory, Ui, North- Temtcricw and be loe .u-wtfKnw tt to rental, of 11 acre.- icrcs -srili leased to out -applicant. Application (or a unit be made to the Agent or ol the district in which the ap- la surveyed- territory? must be Mctianc; or gal eubdiviuoni pfsectioni.vaod fr uuaurveyed territorjv the tract appfc ed for ahull be staked 'V Each application, moit punied by a fee ol 16, which will refunded if the rights applied if or are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall "be paid op the mer- chantable output oi the rate oLfive too.., Every oi coal mfjuxig righto which are noi being operated- shall iuraish the' district -Agent of Domin- ion Lands with; a; sworn statement to that effect st least -juce in caeh year. ,-The- lease will include the coal mining righte only, but the lesee may be permitted" to purchase whatever" available surface rights -may be con- sidered for the working ol the- mine 'Ht the rate of -JIO, an acre. information ihould be 'made to -the Secretary ot the Department of the. Ot- or, aoy-Agfcut or ol Dominion Lands- W.r W, GOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interim i Unauthorized publication oi his tdvertisemeot -will not be tor. TO on St west of Round; suitable for fitore o dwelling. Apply The H. Macbet Agency. 20- FOR house; mo Nelson ;