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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IEMIIY ALilUTA, TUESDAY, MAY 4, I Ml. BURDETT THE COMING TOWN FAIR WARNING You must act immediately to be certain of securing any of these lots at the present prices. In a very few days from now the price will advance. Call on HATCH COONS and WEBER REALTY CO., Agents for the Burdett Townsite. Three thousand homesteads and pre-emptions within 40 miles of Burdett. Godd hotel and livery accommodation -and land locators at Burdett Good opening for all kinds of business The Menu at Tte JUberta Restaurant is as 'extensive as any in the city. Open day.and night. Everything in season. The Model Restaurant! Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men f As it is run on strictly union principles Booms in connection A-few of the different brands of COGNACS we carry in siock John Cantin PROPRIETOR OURGAFE 1 has been enlarged. Tou know the moral. We sell Hazel wood's Ice Cream and receive it fresh daily from Spokane. Sundaes, Sodas, Etc. All Flavors. Chow Sam Co. Did you ever see what the Menu Card at Did you ever see how the waitresses and cooks carry out :the instruc- tions on the Menu Card Tryit! Tesson Co. Three Star in pints and quarts; Boutelleau Co, F. P., also Boutel- leau's Fine Champagne in bulk; Joseph Hennessy Brandy, one and three stars, six and twelve years old in pints and also have J. F. Martell's Cognac S. O. P. 25 years old, mostly used for medical purposes. 1PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Opposite the New Fire Hall The Private Dining Rooins at the are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union AH White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. np Meals from 25c. up N. H, MURRAY Prop. OUR LETTER BOX. BLAIRMORE NOTES Blairmore, May Miller has been engaged by Mr. Eeuter. as delivery man. Willie Wilde, formerly of Blairmore., but late of Medicine Hat has returned to this district and has been engaged by the Frank Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Christie who is still suffering from a prolonged attack of Rheumatism..Mr. Christie has been ill for over throe months and is-reported no'better. The nevr crib enclosing the river at the mine is finished and reflects credit on the builder, Mr. Lougheed. It is quite a length and is built very la -order to stand the expected STANDS BY-SHERMAN Frank, Alta., April 30, 1909 Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear and A Miner" of Passburg and Coleman respective- ly seem to have had a spasmodic aberration of mental faculties in the last few days over the strike situa- tion in this end of Alberta. Judging from the tone of their let- ters, they would have everybody be- lieve Mr. Sherman, District Presi- dent N. 18 U. M. W. of A. a monster, whose, acts' of were as gieat as those of the; Tsar of Husaiii, Castro of Venezuela, or even more rabid in form than the Sultan of Tur- key. The press generally and some of our have ih the .past few weeks been very free in their cri- ticisms, but we who know this cham- pion oFiabor and tree speech in Can- ada, .and also know that our critics cannot prove a single atrocity of his' that murdered a citizen because he tried for -his rights or called a civil war for his private gain (Cas- or mistreated ferainimity be- canse he is immoral or intemperate I should like to ask "A Miner" if he is a member of the Coleman Min- the other camps' affected by the'Mac- this. The conference broke up and leod document considerably less the strike order was issued. Do you than filty per cent, of the member-! think it is a closed shop we want? ship voted at all (both for or again-' There may be .some technicalities st the mittee gave the cainps the rush act and baskets full of advice to accept it, as a strike could not possibly be The scale com-.about the o{ the Crow's Nest Pass agreement as 'to its being a closed shop, but it works as such and to the entire satisfaction of the local unions. If the same arrangement can If there was any despotism at be made with the Westem Goal Qper won. all it surely cannot come from Mr. Sherman, who in the face of an al- most certainty to have to endure just sxtch criticisms as are now being made daily and the likelihood of a prison sentence for violation of the Lemieux Act. ator's Association, there cannot be any doubt, about it being accepted with the balance of any new agree- ment that may be made. As fibr Mr. Sherman's expulsion from the Socialist party of Canada, I can say there is a diversity of opin This undaunted and fearless cham- iio- to toe wisdom of this action, pion of the Canadian Miners dared In Socialism we try to sink selfish- to do what- was right. He gave the membership an opportunity to ex- press their honest convictions. The Ffernie delegation, after -calm and deliberate thought declared the Ik ness, and it seems to many of our best thinkers that this act should have called for a reprimand rather than it is i believed that Mr. Sherman will con- timie to advocate the party that leod document to be even worse than j guarantees emancipation to the wage nothing. Never in the history of! slave.' The writer has no knowlege of the Mine Workers organization was of two former expulsions and as "A there -'anything so rotten offered the Miner" is speaking of matter, no comment is necessary. A Miner says we are not oppress- men in' the shape of an agreement. The matter' of filling orders by the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., in Alber- ed The inconsistency of such a ta-anywhere else the writer can- statement! It is true there are ;a not see any logical reason why this few privileges in the town of is wrong. It is to be hoped that this Coleman than in Bankhead, Can- far-seeing company which has rcc- jmOTe or Lille. In Coleman men ogiiized the union as a permanent j have worked for years and bought thing, will be able to secure sufficient j homes from their earnings. The labor to increase the production tt. miner exercised the coal company's that extent where every farmer in Alberta will be able to plant his crop and have coal to run his steam plow and'-keep'his" home comfortable. The public as a whole' must be consid- ered ;-.seriously. Our np-to-students in.' economy' and who are usually our Labor leaders, believe in peace and harmony, and that the day of sym- pathetic strikes is past. If the Crow's Nest Company and its employees were not permitted to sign this sat- isfactory agreement and endeavor to supply the trade you might then think there was "something wrong" and him a Castro. The. IT. M. W. of A. in.'District 18 privilege. "You can build a house but you must buy the lot and the lumber from the company. These men have been, victimized. Thrown "out of work they and their family had to depend on the good will of their fellow kind or else sacrifice the home. This is one thing at least that might well be called oppression no matter where it occurred, still other things could be bettered 'in Coleman. In other mentioned camps there are conditions tolerated that could not be found even in West Virginia. If we "are brothers we "will stand as soldiers-in this industrial battle un- Where Shaking is Respectable Draft iff funut mftH to Htreome iiut iHilsaMt In flirting tlmt. turflm 4uit rlitt Itttlf fn. Mil to into tub-fit, ut4 Itfiti- urtltt It tkmtm tott milt thrmgk Wear tlltt fma, In "Sunshine" Furnace the legitimate dust outlet it pro- vided, ft't a gnat big pipe running straight 'jffcwir ash-pit to dome, thence to chimney. When big damp is opened, all dust in ash-pit ascends to dome; then, when4 direct drafts are opened, all dust pastes lup chimney. Always the clean and quick dust route in "Sunshine" Furnace eia grate, to pan, to dust-pipe, to dome, to chimney, to open air. Write to us for tcstfaric 'received from your own VANCOUVER The HICK HARDWARE GO LOCAL1 AGENTS PREACHING IN NON- CONFORMIST CHURCHES is. not fighting for a closed shop as] til the Little Captain orders his bug- stated. -To all members-of the Union it is a: well known fact no agreement exists'. Statements made in the MacT .eod conference by Mr. Galvin and Stockett to'effect, "that if no agree-, ment was signed by March 31st ev- erything done towards- the formation if that agreement- would become null and void." On; March 31 Vice Pres- detit Galvin who; had charge of the making of the Macleod agreement for he 'miners Dr. de Van's French Femile Pills-- the A reliable regulator; never ".fails. While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating, the generative portion of the iemale striiitly safe to use. cheap imitations. Dr.. de VanVare a chairman .ap- d or three lor pointed that the legal clause.? or pre-jBailed to any address. amble "could be- placed. The Co., St. Catherines, Ont. dent of the Western Coal Operators For Sale at Alberta Drug "Co., iLeth- "ssociat-ion absolutely refused to do bridge. r ler to blow the .call" of victory. :Yours for' harmony. John flack" Hand (Montreal Witness) Some weeks ago Canon Hensley Benson promised to preach, in a Non- conformist church. The Anglican ica. But- of even in connection w fact :that Sir G up a- bil-1 muning for House of Coni'mc, preveatiott Lof xinci vicar of the parish, wrote the receut inhibition of-GanoitvHeii- forbidding kirn to do so, and on the son ;from attending a.Nonconfonaist high floods hills. The deer on Goat M coining very tame. Sev from the snow covered iers> Union, and if he attended the meeting held on or about the 2nd gntain'.are be- Fal herds .rrvve bien seen quietly feeding just across the river. Andrew Canjeron of Colemao paid Blfiirmpre a business visit on Fri- day.'- _ 'v Miss. Enid Miller, who has been visiting Miss Polly. Eraser, .returned j to her home at Bellevue on. Saturday. Mrs. J. Boyle: .left on .'Friday ;for i Granum where she will spend a few weeks visiting relatives. The livery business formerly run. by Mr. Phillips was sold last week to splendid men with horses and are prepared to give their patrons some f :st DaailWhite, the painter, is busily en- gaged, fitting up the building next the barber sh'p. It is to be a- real estate and insurance MISSIONARY DEAD office by Booke and Mills. The work AsheviUe, N. May Shel- is well done and will transform ths April when Mr. Sherman made the facts of this controversy so plain to the members that not a sin- gle contrary vote was .cast against giving him every endorsement? Or have you, as some others, in Cole- man have your lot with the master? You say "Does it .not.-look as if there, was something, behind allow- ing the Crow's Nest Pass Company to ;keep the .Crow's Nest Pass ready to grant their, men satisfactory agree ment, and the men almost unani- mously accepted it. By using unan- imously, I mean the entire member- ship of the camps, and the other While in Cole- camps affected don Jackson, the noted missionary of the Presbyterian Church died here yesterday, following- taro operations. He was-a member of the National Geographical Education, Statistic and about forty other societies, religious and philanthropic. There is epidemic o! small- pox at .Adana. old building into quite a cosy oince. GIRL BURNrD TO DEATH Aultsville, Ont., May Da- foe, sixteen years old, was burned to death yesterday as a result of her clothes catching fire while .she was engaged in Booking. She was alone at the-time and cries were not heard by neighbors. THE For the best brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars wnd Tobaccos Pool, Billiards, Baths and Shoe Shine V. RODGERS Prop. W. M MURRAY Manager Kean Block, Opposite the Post Office, Good's Old Stand Get our on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic MeUflk SbintfM before buying el jewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in-stock HIHI'I UKHC1HH Office and Factory Nmm Nmi ITKHI Telephone 153 WOR5 TABLES CHAIRS OIL CLOTHS AND AU. INTERIOR WOODWORK; TVs finuh for ,tt treed, [r brkfi .the eelor budume tS U otuned M bishop of the diocese being appealed to he upheld the vicar. Nevertheless Canon Henson thought it to be his duty to keep his word.- confomust and he delivered his promised" a-ddress in the "dissent- ing sti-ucture.' For this act of dis- obedience Canon Henson is to be tried by the ecclesiastic court, known technically as the Court of Arches. An interesting, incident in the case is that Canon Henson has asked tor a postponement of his trial until nis return from a pending visit to Amer- seryice; Birmingham. "The ;bill provides .that it shall be any clergyman: of. the ChiircH: Jaad .to "preach-or minister building or chapel of any otner Chria- tian denomination with the the minister or-owners, thereof. Martin J. Sheridan, of the 'Ameri- can Athletic Club made a.new .record today- by throwing the Olympic discs free style, from a seven loot circle 138 feet 3 inches. Stock and for -''If you live out of town write us" We have just unloaded 2 B3CSHAW CEMENT And a car of BUILDING PAPER Call or write for prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. New Dajrten, PHONE 225 City Ytrj Sooth of EffliofTMUb P.O. BOX 654 fMeiM Jeettml IOHH Head Co Calgary arid LethbrUge A %iltline of Valves, Steam bricators and ways in stbek Dufferin Street Itijectprs al- Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders would do well to me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer ACEKT mi MEIER, IA0100 We shall be pleased to take orders for prompt delivery of Hardwood' In sacks. "It is economical and clean, the'best for kindling and hurry up cooking. BOYD GOODE CO. Telephone 344 Office Smith Street ;