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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta S i Budget JUBT WOBE OUT Souad Tiawa.) A citissu w patad tike otaer day to buy ia lor aia wife, a or that m'oawr it to tfae story just what. stated his ini to the young lady bflhiad ia a sUstt Mora. "What paired. "Wall, don't taiok anything did nply, ;'Uw biauM thing simply wore out." Mark A. CooaAa.wita his J 8 PwfcfNr aa4 8. Lravitt viaiud buuaay UaviU, oa the 38th, it 1 m Aaaual daU. basal weather was a (actor M f" to thaw. programme well ismiafttfl and the croditabla coaditioa, visitors Jr., tuui WUSUm ia a THE ACT WELL Hon. Mr. MinUier of La- has' 'received %om Mr. A. B, preaident of the, International Brotherhood of Maintenance of the waf the of which are 84. Louis, Mo., a letter, under the 'date of June 12, oi the truU Disputes Investigation Aci JJova Scotia, in which he says: "I'owe you an apology for not hav- ing written you before this to tell yott-.ihat, thanks to the act" which bean your name, I verily believe, without having to call upon you to pat it into effect, our committee of trackmen on the Dominion Atlantic railway have secured a satisfactory settlement. I have been absent from headquarters for nearly a month, visiting lodges on the Baltimore and Ohio, and Baltimore audL South- western railways, but this is, only a partial excuse, and I really should have to it sooner. "The contract for the D. A. R. was made effective April 1, although the manager, being absent in England, the settlement was not effective until about the 15th of May. The increase granted amounts to about, a year, to foremen and men alike, 'and a set of rules giving overtime, promotion in order of seniority, an investigation where a man thinks he is being un- justly treated, etc., etc., and the con- tract remains in effect -until either party desmng a change gives the oth er 30 days' notice. "I am pleased to tell you also that we secured a somewhat similar con- tract" with the management of the Halifax and South Western 'railway, and that reminds that I should have sent, and will do so by the next mail, as soon as they can be pre- pared, if we have not already copies, a copy of each schedule to you at Ot- tawa'. "I am so convinced that these con- tracts have been gotten without any friction, because the Lemieux Act stood behind the committee that have pleasure in communicating the fact to you. My good opinion of the Lemieux Act is not so much because ot the strikes that it h'as settled, or yet may; settle, as in the much great- er influence in securing settlements of which little is board. Strikes bring everybody in the linielight, but are poor affairs best, but, I have freouently said, my endqvsement o the Lemieux Act comes know ledge that I have of settlements se cured -which have not come to th public notice and have not been in the lime-light, as in the case of thos two committees in Nova Scotia." The: Lemieux Act, remarks th Brahtford Expositor was at first re yarded with some distrust by the rai way brotherhoods, but in its prac tical working out it has disarme suspicion. In fact, it is remarkable that in the very short, period in v which it has been in operation, the Act should have been instrumental in settling some thirty-five or forty industrial disputes. ijOST H13 LUGGAGE Waiting for a train at the in Paisley, Stotlaad, day, fc tra- veller noticed an old Scotchman ia workingittaii's attire with a countenance. Having some time to wait, he ap- proached the old man and "liave you met with some ;iiy I've met wif a misfor- tune i i "Well tell me what ha, happened. With the befinmng land I'll endeavor to assist you." I the office will be "Na, na, vo caana assist me ai pc out Mountain View. Sunday School Union A' REMOVAL gratitude of the ol Cardston as town buyers will go I of Customs for his acUou_iu Customs Oflicu lh" street. For a nuaiber ol years all having business wit'i this ball mik oi Office and return. iu the quarters formerly f ca il.xlu TOMATOES, CORN and GALLON APPLES On Track Today Tk tatkj Ea Ltt uae daein' ouything Bmnt. A stors-.-oom it. I've ma luggage." added to the west lor Is uad "Why, that's not. bad, I'll telegraph on to the next station for it. It will certainly IKS recovered for you." "TffiC maun, what are ye haiverin awa aboot? There's nae poower on airth can recover it for me." "'Why, how did you lose 'Weel, I diima ken vera weel noo it happened, but I wis comin' down by you street add some way or ither the cork cam' oot." At the "6 w. much, mis- "Half a crown, please." "Wot! Why, the last bloke I went to pulled me all round the room for a quarter this will be a rfood roomy olfica lor the genial Mr. Bar wr, now in charge at this point. The three-ton safe was in the new quarters on Frid-iy Mr.-C. J. Marsden, Sr, and all will soon be ready for business at a is convenient location. BRIDGE REPAIRS The Main St. bridge has been put in good shape again by Mr. Woolscy and bis crew. There four piles by the floods. These have" all replaced and the approach gradod u so that there now no difficulty i of an hour, and then only charged me a Pall Mall Magazine. DISCUSS LAND BILL GET YOUR I SHOES I I Ckicafo, can't kill Morittonism. It is in the United et to said f l urn of Mormon church leader and him rproMineni bwiaeM auui ol Bait Lake tedar, at'thq Auditorial oc bu East. According to Mr Bmoot; Mormon apttttle, von bis teat' in' the United Senate alter loaf and bitter eon will be a 4or reelee- tiou when bU term oi office expires 4 next. "The annouiueinent of Senator Bmoot'i candidacy yet been made declared Mr. Can non. "The" rumor that Senato loduy preparing to launch campaign lor hia return w the Senate known among, hi intimate friends political ass C. if. New HU1 Block x Lethbridge and be sure you drinlc only those txiverages bottled by. the Lchtbrklfe Brewing ind Mulling Co., Ltd. name on a buttle is gilt edge guar- antee that the are absolutely pure and clean in every respect, and that they are the finest and bert car- leverages offered lor IFTiBWOGEMtEWrNGi MALTING COMPANY, Ud NOftTH-WEfT AStOCIATION. Of STATIONARY EWOIHttlW Meet in Lftbor Sail ersrr sco> ttnd tofirth Mooday- is tha awatk. tfaccn, and cnfiaetts owl of VMM W 1OBSKT KEVIN, W. A. DIC130H, Sectary. M-lyti-w ;