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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITMtflldOl, AtfA .JULY 4, I III VkAt ihey an unqualified untruth. to the tSay bo careful of the statements they nuke. The Salvation Army brinf out and laborers iiupply them the tak- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the vtrong points of The World of Labor DM Lethbridge, Alta, July 1, 1WB To the tabor Editor: reply yours of the 27th take the advice you gave me week, "be sure of your before running into print." I know thiw la I note, that you begin to puule your i a pretty big bone for you to tackle brains by asking in what spirit tut and growl about out of a suuill fry 1 mighi gay that if the answer does not come from you on the 'we give the lie back to the Army in ier was written. X it was written in a righteous indignant spirit which is the only way to write to you for such a mail one has to treat with contempt. Do you nol know that it tells us in the Book of Ephesiaiife, Chapter 4 W and 27 to be angry and sin not the er. sun go down wrath; neith- er give .place to the devil. 'you-would-like to know what kind of a religion I. am possessed I will refer you to your friend uSf Professor. He calls it- a corybontic religion. Did you know or 'have you to write your friend Trotter to find out if it is true. If you know anything about Professor Huxley's criticism you will recollect him ing use of Jhal word; in 1890 but ..you have touched on that topic I have a report here to hand and kind- ly ask publish same in-your column'so as to let the public know -what sort of .an answer-the professor got irujeply to" his criticism of 1890 he was vglad after to ever hold his peacc_jrhich VI think'myself -that you glad to do when you read it because you will have heard both sides of the question. -It is only the a judge that trio this week's 1 shall have to draw the communication to a close and let you go on growling to your- self from the small fry to the growl- T. RUSSELL, Band 8ec.cS. A. Friend Ruaceil' uaa': got cold feet. Bead this letter 'and' take more opk at but I call t a letier, bnucbJof concoctionaT Bee how'he 'avoids the issues at hand. .'Friend Russell desires to. ask he Labor-Editor question, "Is be ai- irid to answer the question of the 8. A; Major as'to'.wHb the Army official was 'thai the Notice theI fact, that he does not even know ihe Major's name. Well friend Russeell, here is some- thing to keep-you going-for a week or more. THAT SECRET Cl FJfJULAR OF SALVATION ARMY Systematic Scheme Which Em -ptoysrs Were-Provided-With Skilltd Conspiracy Was Ex- eii situations at far lower wages than was paid to Canadian workmen, and what in more the government pays a bonus of five dollars per head lor these No why does the Salvation Army, seek to hide iUTUacks and disavow' its own work? Itg t mighty funny bunineiw all the way through. Now, after reading the foregoing will the Band Secretary show me a quotation from tha Book where he to treat fellow man with eon- tempt? It U men this that have brought the Salvattoin Army be- neath the notice of ordinary criti- cism. Now, Russell it in up to you to pro- duce thia man I was talking to in the Dallas Hotel. You seem to know more about hotels in this town than I do, lor it U not. in iny recollection that I spoke to the person he ii hint- ing at. Different hotel over here. Anxious isn't in it! The book of Ephesians! Where did I las! hear (hat? I think it was at an act called "The Little Minister." lirket Pbcc to rart M m U n far 1 1 RAM LAL'S PUIE TEA BICE.CLEAR COLOR, freah RANGE and DE- LICIOUB FLAVOR have made it of friendi. Are YOU WANTED huUS- dO" '-a V jjyj OV Apply Box P., c-o Herald. 67-6 IT IS PURE! UTt Tern is so 14 omty im UtiaWUfc by THE BENTLEY GO. LTD. SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 656 TO RENT furnished and un- furnished. Also for light-housekeep- ing, gcod location. Address H. G, c-o Herald Office. 1686 HARVARD WILL NOT GO Cambridge, July It has been definitely decided .that the Harvard varsity crew whieh defeated Yale will not go to the also imbst note ignorant. You be V.l But, however, brother reader, I don't wish to take up the of your time reading this rubbish, so will Ray no more about it for one week. The nomination and election of of- ficers of Local 574, TJ.M.W. of A. took blace oh Tuesday. The whole of the officers were reurned unopposed; D. Pres.; John Lareon, Vice Pres.; C. Peacock, Sec.-Treas.; Thos. Beaton, Rec.-Sec.; 8. Begajla, Con. during the summer. The receipt of a "cablegram yesterday by Robert F. Harrick oh airman of the graduate rowing committee at Harvard 'from Bsdolph Lehman the English rowing coach, ended all hopes of a trip to Enfltltd by the crimson crew. Mr. Lehman in his cablegram said: "Cambridge having to row in Olympic regatta is regretfully com'-' polled'to decline further races this TO LET Two furnished rooms to let. Apply to G. M. Herald Office. 168-0 season. A threshing engine went through a bridge near Strathroy, Ont., serious- ly injuring Garfield Wm. Barnes and Albert Brooks. W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc. RHONE 124 26 ARGYLE 8T. Of Interest to Women about Professor Huxley aud ether criz tics that are hopelessly, wilfully and demonstra.ia.bly in-the wroiig. Sj you' see by being possession of this re port I didn't have to sit up and think some.; That is Ja pretty good shot for you isnt it? I would like kto-know. Now, Mr. Editor, coming back on the subject, we give the lie back to the Army, I wish that I did not get this confidential news from the local A. F. of L. but as you are so inquisitive, I got it on Round Street the morning the power was shut off. That was on Monday and Thursday is when our local meets So this goes to prove that you jvrr (what shall I a falsifier of the truth. Thiit is a little better'than ihe other word which you do to l hear but it takes up more room to put it and only means the same thing and I would strongly advise you to As the officials of the Salvation Army are -busily they bring out mechanics to Canada, we are 'reprinting a dupli- cate of ;the famous saeret circular that was sent-out to employers of la- bor, says the Industrial Banner, printed at London, _Ont. A The Ban- was paper In Canada to GA tt V AIVI expose the plot in article that ap- peared 'in the -March issue of was. knasm afe-the time that such a circular was being secretly circu lattd among the manufacturers, but this was denied by the officials of the Army. Repeated attempts to secure a copy ended_in failure. The Army officials in .reply to enquiries; appar- ently, according to their own state ments, were unaware__that such a "document existed: However, John A. Flett, organizer of F. of L. while on an organizing trip "to Lon don, .after repeated .attempts, by a clever ruse secured a copy of tha riuch sought .for manuscript and-th whole plot was exposed...The follow- ing, which is a; literal copy of the or- iginal secured by "organizer we 5nce more to iefutc the false statements of Army officials, vho apparently; believing the inci- lent has are now seeking-to disavow it, the .circular however, speaks for itself: THE SALVATION ARMY Insect alum water is the best insect destroyer known. Put alum into the Water and let it boil til] dissolved. Add a little milk to the water in which old potatoes boil- ed, it will prevent them turning A few leaves of sweet geranium dropped into jelly just before it is poured into the glasses imparts a delightful flavor. Reeling peeling tomatoes instead of plunging them hot water to loosen the skin take he flat edge-of a sharp knife end rub the surface of the tomato all over being careful not to break the skin. Save your jam or preserves should scorch plunge the kettle at once -into a dish of cold water, the flavor will rbe unimpaired. Grass stains may be taken .out with alcohol. Some people rub the. spot with molasses. The stain will come out in the ordinary process of washing: Alum keep the hands from perspiring while doing delicate work bathe in strong alum water. take the _ color ou of a faded cotton dress, boil it in cream of ta'rtar water. A perfectly white dress will be the rsult. Drives Them of sassafras sprinkled'around will keep flies out of the house, it _ will also ants. of the the tips of your fingers in warm oil nightly is the best means o! keeping the nails in condition. Leaking small lump of dough will stop a leak in a kettle of STRAYED One bay horse, branded J. A. on left shoulder, and one bald face black, wtyh white stockings-, branded R on right shoulder and lazy JD on left thigh. A reward of will Ix given for any information to recovei same. W. M. Reber, Lethbridge Alta. 1666 WANTED First class cook for small hotel. Apply F. 8. Leffingwell, Warner. 70 0 TO RENT A cottage to rent on Crab be St. Ad- dress D, J. Whitney, Box 377, Leth bridge. 170-6 SYMOftftli OF COAL yINIMO ftca ULATIOfip Coal mining riffcla oi tbe Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, UM Yukon Territory, Territories and Britiab ColtMrota, aoay be lor a tern ol twenty-oak years at an annual rental ol II an acre Kot more i than 8.M0 aama will Application for a lease Bust be made to. the Aftftf or ftib-Aftat ol the district _ in which the rjfbla ap- plied for an situated. In surveyed territory land muat be 0f sWipM, or'. gal subdivisions of and ungurveyed territory the 'tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application aouai be aeeoiu- pauied by -a fee of whieh will refunded if the rights applied for arc Dot available' but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the rer- chautable output of the rftioe at the rate oi five cents per ton. Every 1 oi eoal mining which are cot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Landa with a aworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will include the eoal mining only, but the lesee may' be permitted to purchase whatever available surface righta may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the. mine at the rate of an acre. For full information .application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Oi tawa, or any -Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion r W. W'OOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. We invite yoa to call and look over our goods during the are in Calgary enjoying the Dominion Exhibition. .1 We jiill be represented there showing plete line of FOR SALE milch cow. Apply E. Ox land, 410 Bonipas St. 169 6 OR fO RENT A first class boarding house, lc rooms, central, to sell or 'rent. Apply Box 191, Lethbridge, Alta. 168 6 com- Supplies Of every variety always in stock. Call and see oar goods and get onr prices McKENZIE 9 ROY Rcdpath St, Lethbridfe, Ate. Pboac 204 mrnigration Department and Bureau of Labor Manufacturers' Application Form Number of mechanics required. Nature of employment. 3. Wages per hour or day 4. Number of men required for la- boring work. 5. Wages per hour or day 6. Will' you furnish permanent em- ployment for satisfactory men? 7. Can houses be secured suitable for workingmen? 8. Probable rent per month. 9. Date men will be required. 1C. Please state whethet union or non-union. When tho representatives of the Salvation Anriy state that any kind until it can be properly mended. Save of throwing odd bits of vegetable that are left, a far better plan is to rub it through a sieve-und use it for thick ening soup. A Handy pasteboard roll, such as fs used for sending photo- graphs, may be padded and covered and used to roll veils on, it is much better than folding. This is excellent for centrepieces when they jure too large to lie flat in the drawer. AWut FiiriweeJ RounC wood gives greater heat than when split, and green wood, though hard to ignite, makes a hot fire. Avoid spruce hemlock as they snap. Unbleached making bags in which to pwt silverware, al- ways use the unbleached material Sulphur is used for bleaching and its Safes Vault Doors J Safes STENOGRAPHER- Expert stenographer wants evening work. Best references. Box M-., Her aid Offices. 1686 FOR SALE A baby carriage new. Ap .piy Box G.. Herald Offke. 70-6 and will be pleased to go into the matter whether yon are of purchasing at pretent or not. Our in the booth will be Mr. J. A E. Featherstone, who will gladly fnrnish ypn.witU catalogs, prices, etc., on anything in our lineUhat you may require. Ford S Featherstone Offices auU WarerooBis 55 Kinj Street Weit, Hamillon, Out. 311 AkxmaOcr Winaipeg, Maa. NOTICE All accounts owing of Nelson and Fraser must be paid on or before July 21st. After that date they will be given into the hands oi a solicitor. 170-0 FRASER. WANTED Competent housemaid, capable of doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-0 TO RENT House on Bartlett on London Road. Apply H. Macbeth Agency. mcms m mm i urn HI ii n ii 11 MI i m ii 11 HIM I rt LIVERY BARN FOR STOCK- TO EXCHANGE SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH. WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS T" Any even numbered sectiorToi Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saaikateh- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved; niay be .homeatead- by any person who is the ttole head of a any male over 18 yean of age, to the extent of one-quarter -oction of 160 acres more or leas." for eniry nuut be made in person by ihe applicant at a 'Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency .tor ihe district "in proxy may, how -ver be made'at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or iwter of an in- tending homesteader. 7 The homesteader is required to per- form- the homestead' duties under one f the following plans: (1) At ..least months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in ach year for three yean. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on fanning and owned solely hy him, nol than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or motker, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on fanning land owned solely by., him, not less than .eighty (80) in in the vicinity of the homestead or np- on homeatead entertd for by him in ihe Ticinity, such homesteader as: perform his own residence duties by iving'with ihe father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two receediug ptragrapha is defined as eauing not more than nine miles in direcTline, exclusive of the width road allowances crossed in the Livery barn on Begina-Prince Al hurt branch of C. N. Ry, with room or 160 head horses, in live town o 700 population, good school, coun- ry well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu ars see FORD TYLER Hotel, Lethbridge. measurement. (5) A homesteader Shown in the new way. See bow it is done. Sold in the better way, on