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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta the Dftily Herald older British politicians, 14.16 2.M oHly' delivered Jf Daily! QIMI by jnail Daily, >JT Daily, thjee 'npptfat j Weekly iterate ieN ehaoced often sired; but both new aud old address aiuil be given. v The earnings of at uimi1 OLD AGE ANNUITIES An..inducement to, wttgiH'arners of mak" provision for their old age is in the annuities uiil passed by the House of Commons. It is not a pension measure, remarks the Stratford Beacon. The benefic- iary will draw out simply what he has paid in, plus interest. The Go- will be his baivker, and he will have the benefit of government protection for his savings und gov- fit can to pay., lor the tfiue it liar to bo paid for. To levy a year of extra taxation- ou the city would serious matter and a step that ratepayers might well.' hesitate take. 13ut it doesnyt thing of that sort. to look at him today til0 "laut us 'ure wus born- six without making any allowance years before Queen Victoria came to I the .increase oi business -that is throws.: Mr. .Colliugs will go to come, are suflleiwit to make ill dowtt, posterity as the mov- the payments. But more Q( the luneiuiinent to will uietm aji aC Address iu Small Holdings; which caused the resignation of.Lord Salisbury's Government in 1886, and will also be gratefully remembered [for. the services he has rendered to British agriculture. There Is .an amusiiig- story told of a trick that Mr. Chamberlain once played on ilr. at an tiectiou meeting. Both gentlemen had an ef- fective anecdote which they used to tell alternately at their campaign the By setting a certain sum each year for a" siuk-' ing fund, the city is providing a fuud from which it can get money the funning e.vpoijses of the city with out having to pay a high interest" on a heavy overdraft it is waiting for tjie unnaal of taxes. The banks? will puySthree per cent on the sinking funiL so that by usiug this money, the save three or four per cent, interest Die., that "whoever spoke nrsi should have first call on the yarn. taer Mr. late, iuimedialely Collings and called At one nxdet- arrived rur the chairmau upon him. to address the audience. As he on the overdraft. They can puy in heir u'vv'ii amuu iiliil" do s of. any old things wjUi. the onou- y thus provided. Of courso i u difference between what they, cau do and they do do but good management will make. ernment management. If he is w-11- iug to lay aside a portion of his ear nings during the years when he is capable of earning more than is nec- essary for his support, the Govern- ment will take care of his money for him, and return it with interest in yearly sums during tbe time when his earning powers are on the de- cline. No one shall receive- an an- nuity before he is fifty-five years of age, and BO annuity shall be larger than to one person; but if a man becomes incapable of earning" before reaching the minimum ago he may begin drawing his annuity, but ,in smaller amounts than he would receive had he waited till he was fif- ty-five. In case of death before the age of .fifty-five is reached" the money paid in will be returned to the heirs with interest at 3 per cent, com- pounded yearly. went on with his oration he began to lead up gradually to the fatuous anecdote but before he had time to tell it, he suddenly felt a at his Turning round, he beheld Sir. Chamberlain regaidmg htm with an anxious fuiv. "1 have July. tally. already told them the be whispered warningiy. So Mr. Coil ings, much disappointed, omitted it ironx his speech. A little later, ilr Chamberliiia rose to speak, asd, tt, the surprise of Mr. Collings, ho im j each, mediately proceeded to toll the fatal yarn. things quite possible. road and inside the like u mighty good spec. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS Ottawa, July Industrial lant.s occurml to four liundred' peo pie in Canada during the month -of Of this number 137 fa- Agricultural and railway ser- the- Hat with 2S fatalities ABOUT DAD'S COUNCIL By the Haytf's Sot i ne parou rngs auother to tbe win Sbort Ortkri WANTED Md hrtktt SB.! Lard Tbe Lethbridtfe public and tbe travelling public to know the Ite Bsnttey CD. Itt ig .as. clean aud ,u as there i-i that stricjtly white Charges moderate Tte C. I, bwai GERMAN'S Comfort DR. W. f. QALBRAITH McGill, PhytleUn, M Retlpath 9 a.m., p.m. OR, C: C. CHAQQ Physician and turf ton. over Hif inbothtiu's Drug Store Phone Office 125. House M. hou to 11 a'.jn .v 1: to 30, 7 to 8pm MADAM NORMAN Teacher oi v.piauofprte, organ, and oice production. Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or advanced. exams. Howard Both fence it looks ACCOUNTiNG, AUDITING, COL- RENTALS ;FIri, Boom 5 Whitney Block -HAMILTON YOUNG and Block. for power. MUSIC IN THE WEST It is a noteworthy fact- there was a rural band competition at the recent Dominion Fair in Calgary. and further it is a pleasing fact -that the bands played surprisingly well and the public enjoyed listening to them. There is something so essen- tially immaterial in the spirit of mu- sic that it is a credit to the west. busy with its wheatfields, its elevat- ors and reai estate propositions, that it is still not negligent of the finer 01 ttteir own pow ing The ratepayers who have to fbb the bill should make a careful of the cost before they come to anj rash decisions in the matter. GOO looks like a big sum of and so it would if it were for side cvulks or streets. But in buying th electric plant and extending and im proving it the city is buying, a bus ness that will bring back di- rectly and if "a is properly managed it will pay good interest on money invested. For some reason or other, best known to themselves, the com- pany hivve been laying stress on the fact that they have not been paying dividends but that does not mean that they have not been running at a profit. The fact is that they hav? been making good money and lots of it. It might be a surprise party fo: those not in the know to find r that the profits of the company are TAIXPOUTICS ATC r: [Continued from Front Page.) wiil hold sittings at .many, more pluc es, Colemun to be one of these plac- es, where everything necessary in the way of legal machinery will be 'ar- ranged for, the cost of litigation ha- ving been reduced per cent, by the abolition of system. He ex- pounded the Workiugman's Compen- sation Act of Alberta which he had introduced and showed that it was an improvement upon that of B. G., being in reality an insurance where address being the last one, was nec- essarily ix recapitulation of what hid been saiii by. the other speakers. He .reviewed nt some length the history .Canada from.the days of the Fa.- I mily Compact in.1837 to the.present' the attitude "of that the employer pays for the insurance it _ __1___.. _. I O 'the two parties that were in-Canada then have changed but little since. lie .spoke of the manner in which the Conservative party when In power hived the Liberals to make their own "election sure." Comparing that act with its unfair discrimination, with the splendid Redistribution Act of 1902 when a joint committee of Con servativt-s and Liberals rearranged the constituencies of the whole' of .Canada on. an .honest, fair and equa- ble basis, which act was objected to of the employee and the extra ex- pense: is added to the cost of the ar- no ono. lie the introduction of So inii.-h like Minnesota declared the editors and their better halves. ns they travelled through the bridge district. The next trip Uiay make Uutir declaration will be, "So much letter than Minnesota." big enough to pay ton per cent, on the entire debenture to be issued for the purchase, extension, and removal of the plant brides the cost of putt- ing up the new stnndpiue and laying a second force main. That looks pretty good tr> the wise. Tf the com pany can make money, tho. city can mike much more for they will not have as great exponsc in operating, saving in salaries alone being an not at. The out- tide produced this of course forcing voting by ballot.by Hon. Mr. Me Ken the consumers to pay more for said which was such a good ;thmg for articles, but safeguarding the laborer Conservatives bad used it ever cince. It has been called Socialistic legisla-. how Iawsjn the tion and if -so he favors such Icgis- working man had been made by the Liberal purly, the first to pass such latinn. Mr. Cross is a calm, dispassionate speaker who indulges in no by the sweating system abolished, a minister having this Thn Herald is utilizing the Calga- ry Herald articles on the crops jn the south. We believe our readers like to kevp in touch with tho views of other people on our district. Tho Cnlgary paper! ha.s fair in its articles and is to foinplimonTcd on.its t.-ntorpriso in seiuliiiir a special representative through district to pathor infor- mat ion about rho crops IK- the way. a improvement no ticed in thr- durincr the p.i.st. few weoks. It js a now thnn it ever was. keeping himself strictly to the matter'.as his special department was creat-j ,___, nr.mt a called the Labor Gazette or Brown Poultry Near Fair Grounds Residence Coal, Ice and Place Your Orders for Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral in hand a.ul presenting his argu-' (H'> a ca'' mcnts in a manner that enables Cv- its columns-filled with cor- erycme to grasp them readily. i from the labor unions. Hon. Mr. Finlav of EDITORS AT MACLEOD i Macleod. .Inly o ctorK the special train bearing1 the nsfiootnlion of Minnesota editors ar- Tiie train was mut by the and revi-ral (-1 the Board of Trade. The visitors were all driven to Town Hall whore a magnificent luncheon was served, n. very elaborate menu luring the editors and their lady friends. They expressed their opin- ion that were amazed at the wonderful growth of thip country and the MacJeod district In particular and also at the splendid growth of the crops in this district which they said were far of the northern part of Alberta and even Minnesota. Temporary Defeat Becomes eventual victory with the right man at the helm, and we ain't say in' nothin'. e.irlv closing abortion rmiaius an He was glad that partyism did not nm so strong in the west as it does course was Strikes are now more easily settled, at a loss in talking agri-Und workingnian placed in a bet- culture to miners but he showed how tor position than ever before in the since the era of sot in in history of the world, the west many settlers rame in who have ni-odod coal. the. transportation of which tu-cessitated UK; building of' in Ontario and he advised men to now railroads and so the "Country' think for themselves knowing that has been bem-fitcd in pvrry wny by their thinking would lead them to the farmer. Mr. Finlav shows that, j support Mr. McDonald, the candidate in him at least we have man who before tht-m. believes in country before politics, i He spoke of many other anil from splendid work done by lessor importance, winding up with r. his dc-partim-nt it can be seen how I brilliant jieroration eulogizing the JUS. fiUIMt Satisfaction Guaranteed F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room, 9 Whitney Block. JAS. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Streel Aita. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN M P E R C UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary. Lethbridge. Lodge (39) A. F. 8t A, M., Q. R. A. .Regular. mcetiug night, the third .Thursday-of. each> month in the [Masonic Hall, Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren. vftll always receive I a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V..STORKEY, W. M. Secretary. P. G. Box 1.37 Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays iu K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting >retliren are cordially invited. G. W.P. 24-ly W. S Canadian Order oi Foresters Coot onr 20 PER .CENT. DISCOUNT SALE special salo of Pordo Bros. bankrupt stock of wo rff.-r chii-fly to Children's Picture and Story Books, si 37 I 2c on the dollar. well is Mr. Marshall rmt that idea. 'party. Sir Wilfrid Kdmonton, was McDonald. Mr. i Mr. McDonald, three cheers for .the king, after which the hnnrl plivyed the- chiof speaker of the evening. His j The closed with cheers for i God Save the King. j R, SUE Wherever there is a Baby, mere should foe a Copy of this Book what they should know about baby's food and baby's diet and baby's troubles It shows molhers how to select the food that will agree with baby's .delicate stomach to protect baby against stomach and bowel troubles in hot weather and how to keep baby sturdy and well Mothers wiH find this book invaluable. FREE oa request We wiSl .-Oso senc! I- REE a targe sample o! NESTLED the perfect food for babies.. Suitable for the youngest infants. Requires oojy water to no milk. Write for the book and sample of food now. THE LEEMING MILES CO. LIMITED, ST. LAWRENCE BOULEVARD, MOHTBCAJ, byiLe rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received.a. very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering, a 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 ex- umine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. Meets iu K. of P Hall last of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome F, ROGERS, C.R. A; NEIDIG, "F.S. LtTHBRIDGE LOlnaC. ia C. B. P. 6. E. MeeU on the second Tuesday of each mouth i.15 p.Dt. E. A.-SHARMAN. M. PRIEST. -E. H. Secretary. HAKDWARE LETBBRIDGE ALIA. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. of in .tbc of Pjtliia-Hall every firBiand.tiiini TnHnraay in the month at 8 p.m. Viaiting trethren always wel Waltar Appkl'Vi Fretl T. Robins, Si c. Bot 67. First-class Cafe TUB mra wift Short Order Between Pkais CARUOLL DOYLE Ltthbridge Lodft NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy sec- --j ,_J nuu ntiu month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- Iment. would do well to corurnuriicalc i witn us. 'iOBERT NEVIN, ChieL W., A. BIOK80N, Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;