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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HTHflMDii. ALM JULV It t.O.B6i417 266 i orld of Labor The disgraceful wages paid by var-j In the meantime I ask the Mayor in town last winter arid Aldermen to look into this mat- evidently pointed a moral to mer chants and others. that "it .was only find Hence we by chance ihe interests were safe- guarded in the contracts for the 16- It appears.'we are to have an elec tion very goon. the fie we. have a Liberal, an cal improvements to be done in the live, a possible Socialist, and If city thir- summer." I wonder where Trades' and Labor Council havu Mr. "Chance" has. been hiding these 'way there will also be a labor mail few months when matters per- in the Held. Indeed, the local taining to the interests of the work-- man mentioned by this council woulij ing classes were being enacted in the put up a stiff fight in the cause Ju.- City Council, and I wonder if he is bo r, provided he was adopted ftf the to die a sudden The nearer other parts of tire 'riding. Four can the election time round, how- dictates .for one seat would make ever, the more lively he is likely to interesting battle in more ways thon become; and so it will continue till one. What an audience would be the end of the world. That is unless the laboring men .remember they are alive and are not machines. The fact of the. matter is after pay- ing his board bill and buying a plug of smokeless tobacco, a large number of them were pleased to recognize "two bits." When a uian is hit in .the Pocket, he soon begins to squirm. While -the Council were about it what was to hinder them also stat- ing that the workmen should tak- en from the large amount of unem- ployed in cur midst so long, aud.ui- vic improvements being about to commence. (about I naturally came, to the conclusion .that work was to be' provided for them. But, .alas, hero we have the contracts not only going outside and being subdi- vided into numerous parts, but tho contractor bringing In-- men 'to "do the work. there if'we could have them all at once on one platform. Ji '__ i_ Then the questions! Ah! The Lib- eral- candidate would have to answer his sins (if any) of his "fathers' as it were. 'The Independent Conser- vative would explain away, think, the employment of. Japs a Raymond. The Socialist and Labo candidate would stnrtle the audience by the rapidity with which; the; would answer all questions put to them. i K: J tWwatar, V Hunee; TruMteeti, J. Ardeil, Per- ry; [-have received another wimtatonu Ite'S'J HusMill, as there is not one ivonl Ja il relative to the discussion, it has goiw to the waste bas- ket, This was nutura.ly to lw ex- ccted nfter I .had answered and pro- ,uced the nx'Ossary Information re- question N'o. one' from the Ig gun. 1C tho small fry are not satisfied with this let them conte back to the iscusslon again when I .shall foe hear from them. In conclusion, migbt 1 the land Secretary what on earth the ocal organizer's work has to do with he If he to ask him any questions regarding his work in this city I shall be pleased to furnish his name; or he -can write F. Morrison, Sec'y- A. F. of L. Wash ingtoo, D.C., who I have nc doubt will give- him the necessary informa- tion, but I positively decline to bring that gentleman's name into such a discussion. Color, Flavor, Fra are the strong points of tAM LAL'S PURE TEA it'i BICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE DE- LICIOUS FLAVOH have made it hcwta of Are YOU one yetf IT IS PURE! THE SOCIAL REALM Mrs. Burnett -gave quite a large tea on Friday afternoon of last week of her daughter, Mrs. Ham- mond, of Nelson. Mrs. Burnett re- ceived in a black and white gown and Mrs. Hammond in a pretty cream voile drees with touches of black and Dainty refreshments were serv Ul> Ten is sold only ut by THE BENTLEY Ca LTD. ed from an artistically arranged tab- le decorated with pink rosest pink But hbwevcr fine this picture looks oh paper "we cannot hidtjfrom our- selves the: that there "is "little liklihood of there fxjing.more than two candidates in the field, viz., Messrs. Simmons and Magrath. of -treatment- ttur'la- are .to rreoelve from -the city solicitor and city engineer is What is an Independent Conserva- tive? Js this a new kind.'of. a poli- tician? This is the first time. I have ever; heard of ,him, politics there, are so many, sidelights that my readers neecl not'be alarmed at this term. Why, I know of at least one Socialist in- this who 01 his. mind since cerl leave it-out. How 1 tulle and lilies, of the valley. Mrs. lira see Neale and Mrs. McNicoP dispensed tea. Mrs. Neale in mauve and white with pretty hat to match. Mrs. Mc- in -pink mull over witn. pink rose trimmed hat 'and the dainty dressed Miss Cotter, cream voile trimmed with lace and satin bands and hat trimmed with crimson ryses. Miss Mcnzies in white with touches of pink und roso pinkj _ hat. Miss llogers with tou- ches of black and rose trimmed hat. Friday of last week also claimed MYs, iicLeod as hostess of a tea given in honor of her guests Miss Macleod (Pincher and Mrs. and Miss Robinson of Toronto. Mrs. McNicoll gave a charming lit- tle luncheon for a few of her friends on Saturday of last week. The table was most artistically decorated 'with violets and ferns. Mrs. Hoove entertained informally at the tea hour on Thursday noon in honor of Mrs.- Matthews of Macleod. RMCIEB STOCKMEN LIVERY BARJT'TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery on Begina-Prince Al- b2rt branch of C. N, Ry, with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well scUled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu- FORD TYLER Hotel, Lethbridge. A. Roy well shown, when after discussing the- inclusion. they many City Councils have we any- how? Now. Mr. Mayor, you'll have to keep.au eye on :theiri or the next thfng we will" sec in the Herald is the Council asking you to resign. Members of the Typographical Un- ion, not_only in Canada but across the will icarn with regret of the death ol Kem pton McKun. he was popularly held the positions of President of the Winni- peg -Typographical "Union "itiid signed, his. position in that body to take up the arduous duties of sec'y- treas. of the Winnipeg Trades ami Labor Council. As a Monoline ex- pert "Mac" had few equals, and-he was often out hero In the West- putt- ing-up those machines for the Tor- onto Type Foundry. He was well- and favorably known by members, of she Typographical UnionT I presume, ho. will fall intphine and IKS nn Independent Socialist. Mr. Magrath states that he positive ly refused three Limes to accept the.no minatiori of the "Conservative party 01 this riding as'.thcir candidate, and owing to the non-delivery of a tele- gram; he finally consented; to. accept the nomination, i am not sure my Aground, but docs Mr. Magrath mean to say thai the Con- servatives --nominated ,him four times: as. an "Independent" Conservative before he accepted, or I .read the- right meaning into his non-acceptance wheu he refused hree times to run as their candi- !ate pure and simple. -Will any of my readers' oblige? I have- received a Jetter this week asking me whj- I do not urge the ne- cessity of public fountain and lava- tory accommodation on the square- Gee, I nearly took a fit when I read it, and wondered what the :'.'b'ig wigs" would say to it. Talk about municipal etc.! However. when I looked further into the qu tion, I came to the conclusion that these are and as the public have got along so long without them is no- reason why these not be there. This apparent hot (Vays and I am certain the fountain would be in large demand, present if you desire to lubricate it costs yoi say 15 cents. I commend this top: to 'my readers for further corrcapon dence, hut don't all of you say fountain would was connoctwl House' 3frs. and Mrs. Arnold entertained at last week honor of Mrs. Chivers before leaving for an extended visit to the Coast. I fo PUeSO P.O. Bti 82 WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Stnitefrio ill CKM Ufa TO RENT furuiuheJ and uu- uniished. Also (or light-hoiuekeep- ng, gcod location. Addresi H. G. c-o Herald Office. 74-6 WANTED First class cook tor small hotel. Apply F. S. Leffingwcll, Warner. 7OO HELP WANTED Vestmaker and eoatmaker wanted at once, must be first class and thoroughly competent. Apply to A. .Southard, U-thbridge, Alia. 75-C WANTED Competent housemaid, capable doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-0 v POSITION WANTED German woman desires to offer ser- to English speaking family as nurse or domestic during day time Box K, Herald Office. 172-6 p SERVANT WANTED Wanted a general servant, with H knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs. Johnston, 314 Cutbill street. 173-6 TO LET Boarders and Pre ferred. Apply 1205 Dufferin St: 173-C FOR SALE A McCormick Mowing Machine, for sale, cheap. Apply to A. Max well, Box 633, Lethbridge. SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REG ULATIOMS Caul minute riftiu 01 ice 10 Yukon Territory; the North- Territorial and British Coluurou, may be (or term ol twenty-oM at an annual renUl of an acre Not more than acrew will be kased to applicant. Application for a VeaM Boat made to the Afmt or j the diatriet in whieh rifhU apT plied for are situated. In iurve.'ed territory rnuat be described by W gal ol aad uniurveyed territory the tract appU-: ed for ehall be staked out.. Each application outfit be aeeow- pauied by a fee of vhieh will refunded if the rigbti applied lor an not available but not otherwise. A royalty ihaii be paid tuc chantabk output of the Aine at th4 rate of fire ceziU per too. Every of coal milling which are cot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each The leaae will include the eoal mining rights only, but the letee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information applicatioa' should be uiade to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, OV cawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Inteaor: N. nauthorized publication ol 'his advertisement will not be paid- 'or. SCAVENGING Any person desiring: a scavenges waggon or closets cleaned can same done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-C ICE CREAM BUDD" REED Snccesaor to G. W." H. Keed Phone 211 But about went, astray? that telegram which Is it still Xow, Mr. Jfagratli, if you are not party man, "and don't care who is elected, why don't you prove it? All Conservativism and no other politics docs not make vou independent. T hear that Bob Hood is spoken of ns foreman of the West Printing Co., Ucgina. When the TTerald installed its first linotype Bob held down the job as .their first operator, but did not stay long in the city. As a job hand Bob is no slouch. Hnd the West Printing Co. CLMI them- selves ii secured his ser- vices. At the last regyTar meeting of the ricklaycrs and Masons Union Dad and his bunch of civic legisla- tors took another burl at the ques- tibn of getting rid of the antiquated system of street names and adopting the more modern method of having. them numbered. It's a corker how people can raise all sorts of objec- tions to a simple thing when a change is advocated. Even Dad, who is a worthy father of his son in most things, was guilty of this offence at the following officebearers for the en- be a good idea if it suing term were with the Lethbridge the council meeting. Dad is heartily iii favor of having the change made but he is afraid it might cause some trouble. The names of the streets are registered with the plan of the city, of course, but what's the odds? It would not cost much to register another. And if it has got anything to do with the charter, that can he mended even if we have to send some red-hot telegrams to the local mem her and hustle off Aid. Ives and the city solicitor to Edmonton to read the Riot :Act to the government as we did to get that priceless treasure the early-closing by-law. Changes in the charter are easy and as for the insurance companies they are dead anxious to get Lethbridge busines. that they would riig up every pol'c> they have ami change the names o the streets any old time wft said so St. And yet these .are. streets that people aro bound Ip; inquire As for the sentiment of the thing; that is nil b'osh. Who gives a curly for Smith or or Charles or Helen or Crabb? T Dad and the rest of the counctf ought to arise in their might and do away with the names, for spite if -for .nothing else for with the exception of Aid. Mac- beth not a one of them has had this small fume und holy sanctity award- ed him by having iv' street called af- er him. Perhaps the Aberdeen syn- icate of the Farm Com- >any will grucious enough to call he path leading .from a Chink's hack to his peg pea or "the path bc- ween two rows of strawberries after them. Maybe such chances of having ame thrust upon them are worth re taining. The deeds of great men .live after them but if there is a-chance of the deeds being forgotten name i street after them. Such favn Wood. KacheV and Helen I Dad and his council wjH ge away from such tomfoolery and giv the city a businesslike system c street-naming. WHAT A PICNIC1 it would be if you didiilt take aloug with you "a generous quantity of some of our "bottled ale and beer, any sckla, sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, High Rock Water, Etci? Cooled in a babbling brook or on n cake of ice, smack your lips over-xthe thought how your luncheon will taste with such a welcome Yoirkmjw we have a phone. But call in if you have time and sample our puriepro- ducts. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd FOR SALE New 7 roomed house, well'located., water and light. Apply Box 86; Letli bridge, P. 0. 74 t SEED FOR SALE Fall wheat seed, Alberta Red, good sample. G. W. Wiegand 424 Smitl St., Lethbridge; also on Section 15 Township 11, Range 22. 174-f; NOTICE All persona having claims ajainai Rogers Borup are requested to forthwith render the same to C. S Borup.- 75-3 Prcs., W." Burnett; Vice-Pres., D. Welly; Sec'y., TC. A. Culbertson: Trcas Otlwr places have done it afcd wh ihould we any difficulty? Am the relief it would That's our basinew and car efforts are directed solely along that line. In furniihing a house from this store we take all the responsibility and care from yonr shoulders and satisfy yon. completely. Will land Honae Fnrnish- inffs at your door more economically than from any in Canada See bow far yonr cash will go here. The Turpin Furniture Co. HORSE FOR SALE class driving horse Apply to Box 385, Lethbridge, FOR A team of young horses, can.be seen at J.R. Davis' ranch, a mile, south of Diamond City WOMAN KILLED Portsmouth, N. H., July a street car was helpless at a grade crossing here today the trolley jump- id the wire, a coal train backed down upon it killing one passenger and in- uring several others. Mrs. Joe Chamberlain lost her life and her msband was badly hurt. then to think be to the strangers our gates who would be able to lind their way LO 1327 Sixth Avenue without ask- ng forty questions. And think of the relief it wouM be to us who have not to have to take half an hour to direct a person to streets that we do not know for ourselves what their arc. But even Dad who has lived here since the beginning gels tangled up sometimes to know Coutts from Glyn. There are not twenty people in the city who know half dozen streets o'Jtsicki of the one they live on and half them do not know] that. I'll bet Taft's chances for elec- tion to an old rubncr that more than half the men in the city whose bus- uioiiS il is to "know ns streels las possibtf cnnnot loctite Rachel St., St., Charles St., or Helen Fly Time is now here. We can do your odd in Screen Doors and Windows aud do it ns yon want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows Once mailo to fit yonr win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards ami Factory: dr. MM MM fftfTO Telephone 153 the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new ami artistic designs covering -n wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ei- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. HORSES FOR SALE One 6 year old. mare, in; foal; one 2 year old mace; one 2 year old horse and one 4 year old horse. One second haiJQ double wagon. Will sell cheap for cash or will exchange for milch cows or city lots. Can be seen at Fur- man's Livery Barn. Inquire for Henry Byer. 75-6 FOUND A pair of goggles. Apply at Her- ald office. 175-O C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETINUKE ALTA. ROOMS TO LET Furnished roms with board, home cooking, meals 25cs at Adam's Board- ng House now run by Mrs. Talbert. 176-6 Ftr ExtiMmgr Half section of' clear prairie land southeast of Lethbridge. Will ex- change for city property or business 5YNORSI8 OF CANADIAN NORTH. WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do; ninion Unda in "Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and J6, not reserved, may be homestead-, by any person who ia the sole head if a family, or any male over IS yeari A age, to the extent of one-qaarter lection of 1GO acres more or less. for entry must be madf in person by ihe applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Bub-Afency tor the district the land u situate. Entry by proxy, may, how be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son. daughter, sifter of an, tending homestender. The homeateader is required to per- form the homestead under OBA of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may. if he BO perform the required resi- dence dutiea by Jiving on fanninf land owned solely hy him, not ITM than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of hit homestead. Joint ownership oi: will, not, meet requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, -jf father is deceased) of a homeateadec haa permanent residence on fanninf and owned solely by him, not lesa han eighty (80) acrea in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the vicinity, such homesteader perform own residence dutiea by iving with ihe (or (4) The term in the two preceediuf ia defined aa meaning not more than nine in a direct line, exclusive' of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- i Apply E. T. or Box 387. McGregor, P.O. Block 176-6 POSITION WANTED Experienced stenographer and gen erai office assistant. Box 334, Leth- bridge. HOUSE TO RENT 6 roomed brick cottage on Bufferin street. Entry 1st August. Apply Waddihgton Gibbon. 176-0 FOUND Bay horse with harness, branded 7R (connected) on left hip. For par- ticulars call at S. E. quarter of 28, ownship 8, range 22, owner will please pay for this ad and expenses. cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing mnct be given to the Commissioner of' Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W, W. (vSRYl Deputy of the Minister of Interior. tJaauthoriied pttbtfeattan U his advertisement will Ml ha tot. 4 Coal, Ice and PRAYING WeattmTrmatferCo, LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE P. Bardett. POSITION WANTED Man and wife desire position on a farm, capable of taking charge o farm, or Can furnish reference? required. Have had 90 years ex perience in Manitoba. Apply J. A. C-o Herald. 77-6 LOST f sum of money between the C. P. R. station and Bompaa 9t. Eaat. Finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving at Herald Office. 177-Jt FOUND Bunch of keys. Apply Herald Office. 77-2 WANTED Work by the day desired. "Z." Apply to 177-2 NOTICE All acocunts owing lo the firm 'of Nelson A Fraser must be pskLon or before July 21 to W. J. Nelson at late store. Anything not settled by that date will be given into the hands of a solicitor. NELSON FRASER! TO RENT Two nicely furnished rooms 3 min- utes from postoffice, southwest corner of Bompas and Smith Sts. FwMt A good useful horse, weighs about j 1100 Iba., wall ride, drive, or work. Apply J. Partinson, Smith St. 176-3 W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood Finiafcsr, ate. FHONC IM MMVUt ST. ;