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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JULV lltl, One of the strongest and soundest, as well as most progressive financial Institutions in Canada. Every one of our 138 Branches is prepared to offer its clients every moderu banking facility. The large number of Branches gives exceptional facilities for making collections and transmitting money. Joist Accounts may be opeictid in the name of two persons, so that either can atteuti Banking. BRANCH: J, H, all who'are tip against decisions of Iho -aliii all other Trades Unions to provide tlw wherewithal to make- the appeal stick. hi the face of the decision given in the Winnipeg Un- ion case and that of the Miners' Uu- ipn of Alberta against the Strath- coJiu. i'oul Cu., liyji't you think it ie about- llnw we' get busy and de- inujid that Parliament put matters right. The World of Labor Aiairs WtrkiigBei Fraikiy aot Lipariiaiy vis- cussd. CinrffMiileiCf Tipics d- jdcriek to UWr Ciuses livitd Lakr in, wh is for tke m Fragrance are the points of Ses- A most enthusiastic meeting of the Bridge and Structur- al Ironworkers was held in the La- bor Temple lu-st The Saturday evening. Uitf'yins, of Fort Williuni, has working in a quiet .though -effective. manner fur the past two weeks, and experienced very lit- tle tJHliculty in the organization of these workmen. quite a num. her already held cards in the asso- ciation, u'ul it was no surprise to learn that the rest hud ranged them- selves into line. Saturday's rnecting was one of the best held in the city under organization, purposes. The charter and supplies having arrived, .the meeting was called for the pur- pose of election of oflice-beurcrs and to admit others into the order be- fore the charter was closed. Up- wards of -10 were present being prac- tically the entire bunch working in this trade on the big bridge. meeting was .opened with an'address from the local'organizer, who'.explain cd in a brief speech, the benefits of unioiiiKiu, and urged all those, who had not already embraced the oppor- tunity to do -so 'at'this meeting." Thereafter those who had not alrea- dy signed up- retired with the local organizer, who further explained the benefits accruing from becoming mem bers of this local. At the .conclusion of the meeting, Local No. 30 was thoroughly established; ?.nd the fol- lowing are the first ofliee President, Ceo. lufrle; "Vice-President, B. Rec.-Sec., H. Flett; S-'ec.- 1'reas.; Doyle; Sergeant-tit-Arms', Tip le; Conductor. Donovan; .Delegates to Trades, and Labor Council, Bros. Ingle. and Flett. The- Trades and La.bor Congress of Canada are issuing a Convention call to the iH'iieers sad aiembeYii of Trades and Labor Councils, National Trades Unions, Federal Labor Unions- and International local Trades Unions in the Dominion of Canada. In part it reads 'OB "The Twenty-fourth Annual sion of the Trades and Labor of Canada will, convene 'in the Legis- lative Council Chamber, City of Hal- ifax, Province1 of Novft Scotia, begin- ning at 10 o'clock, Monday morning, September 2Ut, and will con- tinue in. Kession from day- to day un- .11 tuu buslneaii, ul the Cxmvejftliou has Leen couipleted. The Congress Executive, acting in conjunction with the Halifax Exec- utive, is making a special effort to organic the "Maritime Provinces 'and good progress is being- made by our organizer. Executives and organiz- ers cannot du it all, even with the best will in the world. UUPAMTOB wouiTQy PURE iMMUMCTUMOWl taws M too. Daily Market Place Whet uytfcjflf to tell w U rut pUcc it if LkU 2 II yw wait MM thir fr iNgcriiou Ur First WANTED class cook lor small hotel. 74 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICHK'LEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yetf IT 1ST PURE! Of-every variety always in stock. Call arid sue our goods and get our prices McKENZIE fif ROY Redpath St, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 This -local will meet in the Lnbor remplc'-on.'.-the "first anil third 5Ion- lays of the- month..- ID .the youngest boi'y. the Trades.ami -Labor si'r- workifrs, 'and the' local coiuicil, ii: securing the co-operation of this body, havo ally, who will bufore-tjie first train across liie new bridge, have made a name for themselves in union circles in this city. Hail to "the unioii. The one outstanding feature of the past year has been the effect of im- migration upon trade conditions, system, Every industrial centre in Canada Calgary has IMJCII influenced by the large num her of arrivals, and this, combined with1 -the financial hesitancy, -_ has brought home to every workman the importance of dealing finally and em phaticully with- the whole subject. Mr.-W. R. -Trotter, whom the Con- gress sent to England to bring to the English people the real labor conditions existing in Canada, will present the report of his work and such recommendations as his study of the question may suggest. If this question has affected your working conditions fii the past or. is likely to do so in the future, would it not be money and time well spent to send your own accredited representatives to If n li fax to devise ways and means to effectively check for the future the machinations of the Employers' and .Manufacturers' Unions, the booking agents of Lhe, steamship vompu'nies, and the Salvation -Army from flood- ing this country with skilled mech- anics who will remain in idleness un- less they act as strike-breakers or work for starvation wages? The report of our Parliamentary repre- sentative will explain the bearing of Canadian legislation and regulations JUwRjbEil's Tea it sold only in Lethbridge by Wit BENTLEY CO. LTD. Apply F. S. Li-ffingwell, Warner. 70-0 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets clcaufd can have same done by leaving orders with -E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 SERVANT WANTED A good general servant wanted. Ap- Ply St. Mrs, A. fl Stafford, Bumpas 79-0 CITY MARKET Will opezi up for Buaiuebb on UBERALjRALLY AT GOWLEY [Continued from Front Page.) inaugurated, the first government owned and operated telephone i. P., to Banff. that They from ;had WANTED To the average person it has "been rendered plainly evident that the position of the Canadian Trades Un- ions fii the law courts is heads we lose and -tails the other 'fellow It will amosgst nu- ft Fly is now here -We can do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and do it as you -want it. Screen Doors Screen ..Windows Once made to tit yotir win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory. dr. Ifllllfl ud IMPA5 STIEETS Telephone 153 merous other cases, that the Metallic Roofing (.'o. of Toronto brought ac tion against the Metal Union of Toronto and were awarded ST. 500 by the. Ontario court purchased the B'-ll system -as .that company :had d to extend their lines, and they had 700 miles of telephone lines in successful op- eration and ,600 miles more in course of construction. The ratas low as possible and profits would be used to reduce; the rates instead of to pay big dividends to a corporation. The Government had fully deter- mined to follow n policy of strict and impartial enforcement of law against rich jand p or alike, against private persons or combines. The letail lumber dc-ulr.s' combine had been and its gui- lty members _ fined. The tttxaliou of G. P. railway" lain i.-, hud befcn resisted by. the company ilu? government were- determined to carry the matter io the Privy'Council. In the matter of C. P. railway branch were not exempt the government had received froth tin- company a cheque for. over taxes which thos Haultain territorial government had failed to collect. The speaker refer red to the Hudson's. Bay Ry., which was now assured, and pointed oul what an immense saving ant rates 'which this alternate route would provide when the existing transportation facilities were totall} of important matters to lie consider-! inadequate to move the harvest of th tho subject. The last session of the Dominion Parliament has furnished its quota cd by organized labor, including .ft-1 West. hour Legislation. Co-operation, Scn-1 In -the matt-r of law reform and 'or damages sustained through pick; iting and boycotting on the of Lhe former. That was Chapter 1. Now listen to Chapter 2. The expenses of an appeal having been .contributed" by the labor organizations of the Do- minion, llr. John O'Donghue, the so- licitor of the Trades-Congress, cabl- ed from London, Eng., that the pri- vy council has given judgment -iin1 favor of his clients, the Sheet Metal Workers" Union of Toronto, in. the action brought against them by the Metallic Roofing Co., of Toronto. The judgment grants a new trial on account of misdirection. It upsets the verdict which was giv- en by the Ontario court to the Roof- ing Company for damages sustained through picketing and boycotting on the part of the Sheet Workers' j Union, its officers and members. If the Metallic Roofing Co. nre not satisfied, the trial, will have to begin over afresh. This judgment of the ate Reform, Amendments to the El- ection Act, to provide for a public holiday on polling day, Old Age Pen- sions and many other interesting it- ems that will submitted in the re- I port of our Parliamentary Solicitor. Owing to the overcrowded state of the .news columns today, a number of labor world, topics have-been un- crushed out. KEEP COOL These warm days by wear- ing our Silk Garments of which we have an assort- ment in. both Ladies'and Men's Wear. This coupled with our Ice Cream Parlor will make you comfortable Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McG-uire's Old Stand Wanted temporary help for a day or two in cooking, dish washing and waiting on table. Apply at the Hub Cafe between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 182-0 WANTED A good reliable stable boy to look after a couple of horses. Apply Box T. Herald. 183 O WANTED Bookkeeper who is also able to act as stenographer. Work not h'iavy. Apply at the Herald Office. 1'35 0 Farmera, Market Gardeners and others are invited to send in their produce, etc., for sals. A charge of 6-per cent, commission will be levied OIL all sales. Splendid stock yards for the reception. of cat- tle are being erected nnd will be ready fr-r business on the opening date. A spacious market hall hae been fitted wth stalls for retailers at mod- erate rates. A weigh bridge will be erected for use on the market ground. The City Council trust that the farmers end all who have produce or cattle loy sale will take advantage of the market which has been pri- vided for their benefit and do all in thwr power to establish in the city an institution of this character which will mean so much to Lethbridge if properly supported. All produce, etc., sent in, should be in the market before 9 o'clock am. at which hour the sale commences. Any othor information will be gladly furnished by WADDINGTOf! GIBBON Market Masters. Officr in Market. WANTED Wanted, two bakers at once. Apply Schweitzer Bros. '85-6 Tenders for taration art the Supplying of Coi- cretc Materials FOR SALE A Oliver Typewriter, No. 3 Sliindard, in splendid order. McCracken, ilc-Cpulh Street. T. J. 856 30OTS AND SHOES ttring your boots and shoo; f r re pairs to J. Siinm, near the Hkf, Westminster Road, North Ward. 3-1-6 WANTED Two waitresses. Apply Columbia eslaurant. 137-G OUR LETTER BOX. (The Herald is not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- umn. All correspondence must be accompanied, by the writer's name refused. Kditor of the Herald: Our Minnesota neighbors came. the cheapening of litigation the-coy ernment had already reduced th cost "about 2Ti cant, and furthe reductions miprhk be looked for. Fiv district judy.-.s had been appointe who went on ilrcuit ami he was able to announce that regular sittings of the would in the near future be held at Cowley .for -hearing of cases up to Hon. Mr. Finlay, minister of ag- riculture, his. by showing that all other industries in depended on the success. He congratulated the farmer on the fine crop .prospects and settlement of the, country. He. strongly advised mixed farming rather than a dependence on grain growing alone. The piece of the evon- ing was ro.s.-rved for the last, and when Mr. Duncan Marshall of the Edmonton Bulletin, in his fine roll ing bass voicv began to talk politics in a campaign style everybody began to take notitv. A PICTURE OF CONTENT 5-ou here do lady steeped to the lips in a glass of our delightful Soda, with a fine stock of PUREST CONFECTIONERY within reach. Come in and refresh yourself also. Oui Parlors al- ways at your service, and no thirsty traveller is sent av.-uy unsatisfied. Our famous Soda isn't" the usual 'shake, ami let it got at that." It's saw, went. One thing must havo im- pressed them amongst the efficiency of our local press ser- vice. 'Yesterday the Winnipeg' Free Press said1 in a telegram that an 01 flavors, c ream and skillful combination crushed fruits, genuine ze'.o Soda. Here's to you. Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor CREAM Fruit ud Driiks "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W.H. Keed Phone 251 privy council is the first step in ov- Italian had the Marathon race. ercotning the proneness oT the Cana- dian courts to follow the Taft .Vale decision in the old country of some six years The success which hns attended the appeal is very news, and should inspire not Carpet Of course he might- have been a "Rooshian or a Prooshian" us' Uiey say 'in "Mikado." but that, doesn't cut many tons of ice. Here's where the fun comes in. Our little ilmWyi He referred to the Opposition's pel He showfd how the Fielding tariff with its clause had open- ed a market for purely Canadian goods in and had enormously increased the reciprocal trade with the mother country, aud how inci- dentally Canada and her products had a great advertisoinent in England where formerly they.were almost daily'hobs up t'ress Tel-1 icy of-sland-r and turned the tables egrnm JM> rnce was wonl on thorn by showing that not an This t. nnr Vtufliness is expamling v. Iiv We have the coods ai.d instil, r.: the fiiotory. Such an ut of weaves, colorings and designs" fiuiu tlifi world's best makers that select- ing a square is a real pleasure, by a British American." And there you are! Knocking, knocking, who is niy lit- tle telegram nrounrtso carefully, and the sun something in the shade. What is my overdraft nt your of- fice Robt. WANTED Two dining room girls. Apply Box Herald. Ic9-0 Separate sealed tenders, registered and addressed to the Deputy Minis- ter of Public Works, Edmonton, and endorsed tenders for "Excavation and Concrete Materials" will be received up to 12 o'clock, Noon, August 1st, 1908, for the supplying of all plant, la- bor and performing all work necess- ary in connection .with the foundation work of a Court'House Building in Lhe City of Lethbridge, AHa. to com- pete the following. 1st. "Rough Excavation." 2ncL "Furnishing Sand, Gravel, or a combination of sand and gra- WANTED At engineer, pres er and cleaner, bosom and neck iron- r, marker and Good wages, 'ernie Steam Laundry, Fernic, B. C. ISO 6 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN On St., just east of Bart- ett, 1.12 storey frame house, size 4 x IS, built on lot 52 ft. x 120 ft. Vll fenced with boards and pickets. Price for quick sale, Ensy erms. Apply E. T. McGregor, P.O Bla or Box 3S7, Lethbridgo. 89-2 FOR SALE A small lo4, of lumber, one iron bed, table and chairs for sale at 2 3 value. Room 10 Balmoral hotel. 83-6 Plans may be seen and specifica- tions and forms of tender had on ap- plication to- the Local Office of the Government Telephone System or to the Engineering- Branch of the De- partment of Public Works, Edmonton Tenders for each section must be accompanied by an- accepted cheque to the amount of twenty dol- lars. The cheque of the successful bid der, if any, will be retained until the necessary contract is completed. Cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned, three days after the execution of the contract. The fight ;s reserved to reject any or all bids, or waive any defects. John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this Sixteenth Day of July, 1908. 185-6 WANTED Young man for office work. Apply to Government Telephone office, Higinbotham Block. 1330 BROOCH LOST Small oval gold buckle set with p..-nrls, reward. Box J., Herald. 83 3 Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be receiv ed by the, undersigned until five o clock p. August Gth, fo the erection of a brick fire hall fo the City of Lethbridge. Plans ami specifications may seen at the of- fices of the Architect. Southard Build ing, Lethbridge. Each tender to bu accompanied by a certified hank cheque for ten per cent, of the tender and payable U> the Secretary of th5 Citv oi [.ethbridge. Tin; cheque to be for- feited t.o tin if the tenderer fails Tenders Turpin Furniture Co, e Fnriers L. M. .JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office. adjoining Union Bank. aero of timber had been disposed of by the present government oxc -pt by advertiifi-ni'-iit and to the night-st hundreds of s miVs h.ul h. forfeited to the, the tenderer fails or refus- rs to rntrr ij to a ro.i-j who brought the same to my tract for the ;omplction of the j stilble On the 19th of Februair. 1906, under and by virtue of the Livery cioni but startling .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 23ih day of July, 1903, at four o'clock in the afternoon, there will be sold at my stable on Ford Street in the city o! Lethbridge by public auction, the following des- cribed property, belonging to George Thf; lowest or nny tender not nec- essarily accepted. lom mil sin riling n.-viirw o iho C. P. railway which ho The Macleod Farmers Elevator and ooked like naif of the Tory party) Co., Ltd., giving gift.s of nnd lands to the other half of the same party. H24 25 ARGYLE ST. An Investment You Can't Beat F No. 1 Half-Section of Land at per Acre See' Land adjoining held at per Acre Ott Block Utkbridgc ;