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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL L E T H S H I t> A L I TUESDAY, MAY NO. DRUGGISTS TO BE SEEN BY CLERKS An Endeavor Will Be Made To Settle Early Closing Trouble gaud union men in the city, and they would appreciate such ail aciiou. j Aid. suggested that the .clerks make the arrangement with the drug- gists' as it was hardly the council's place io Mr. Haldry agreed and suggested that the by-law be laid over until an effort-is made to effect an arrange- ment. Any-law always works a hard- ship orv some one and while they did not want to hurt any one's business they thought it'was, in the general interest. The Mayor agreed to hold it over and advised that the clerks and drug- gists get together and, if possible, submit an arrangement to the couu cil at a special meeting. At the 'city council meeting last night J. J. Johnston, druggist, wag present and for going to Orasscy Lake for a rule day so that when the time to vote came could their votes intelligently. LABOK LECISLATlpJC The first sjwakcr of the evening was Thoinas S, ITnrold, president of jthe Typographical Unison. Mr. .-.As'soon as the Liberals old does not to cither of the political parties, lie is a labor man through and through but he said basement of the de- S TITF. STM'B TRACK given. by Chief 1'arry it was'allowed logo. 1'OLICK F.STIMAVKS The. .whole matt-.r of apjwintjnents Star A CANADIAN SERVICE London. Mav "White i breast, in partmental buildings this afternoon.; The Senator th.n had a few words j cause is known tor the act as to say ahout immigration. Up tilLj Flewolling was apparently a man i The Council din not exactly-agree "1896 only a few people came to the Of quid, habits. The ne.xv audit of the with Kngineer Arnold's The License. l'olk-e. and 'Ueliei com j country. The west was sparsoly pop- provincial accounts was to have been' tion that the C.'P.U. plans for S S. Company has made an announce- ment of its intention of starting a Canadian service in the spring of MXW'with the new steamers Alb rta ami Albany, ro-named Laureniio and Mejranttc and iht Dominion liners Canada and Dominion. council, stating that.they started that-j inhis remarks in giving petition as. a measure of protection. creclit-whcre it is due. The Literal ff they did not keep opi-n .would bring in another .druggist .who woTild. "Ttvn- have a large government at _ Ottawa, he pointed out. has giveii a great deal of prom- inence'to the cause of lahor. As soon and want, the medicines put up. The as -t cnmc 1890, it bnsine-ss in. drugs does hy a department pay the light bill, yet they are ex- vounc. pay pt-ctcd to open at an expense to people that may ba sick: They tiskt-il to allowed to sell stationery to pjiy expenses. The trade is almost entirely' with- If 'the JK-- titirm is granted, the booksellers have ol labor and appointing a young man, who hud since provwl to be one of the ..ablest administrators in the ser- vice and one of the best friends la- came into power an aggressive iinnii al-s b'jrun tomornv.v and Flewelling had j spur track be acroptcd. "'i-j today asked the auditor, Mr. Dunlop (did not like the idea of cin submitted the 'following osti- The Mayor mates for the rum-m year: cinders in be- S-l.000.iK> CHARGED WITH MURDER Fielding, Sask., May warrant has been istfiiejl for the arrest of Henry accused of the mur- der of his wifi- near here. It is al- gra lion policy was adopted with th- postpone it for a day, because of-tween th? and thowght that the 17-1.00 j leged that he- poisoned her and then result Western Canada's t the absence' "i the chief gaihe plank provided the. agreement j lation has a- niissioner of this city. .should be put in. The report was Uniforms............._............ 200.00 rate. Last year the iimnigra- .The suicied loft, a-'letter, addressed j laid on the table for fnrtKer consult iij .100.00 tion to Canada was a quarter of a j to Premier which was handed tion with thn engineer.- million. v j to that gentleman in the. legislature. Uonicht. He "pened it .and hastily 1 hy Conservatives had waged war: "T the HOU.M- and ..conferred with I'UF.SENTRl) on the transportation policv o 1 Governor 1 weedtft and government but w_ere silent now since; the they found'that the rand Trunk Pa ciHc Railway and the Canadian Nor- Among the accounts presented for payment was one fmni the A. It." i None of th- membjrs would Tsvpal the JT_ (.n ono dollar, being the an- iuual rental for tlu- centre of the pub- content.s of ihe letter. thcrh were' developing thc country so Flewelling had been an employee: ljc sqllan? wlljt.h js heli'i by the com- -rapidly and settling the great nrob- TT bor: ever had, as deputy-minister 01 s ,-J I vears and was a son of the-late H T lems of the people .of-Western labor. Then a Labor Gazette was j i P. Flewt: (Jalt Hospital Isolated Hospital grant Health Otticer's Salary Sundries Total COST OF in'RIAL skipped the country. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS D. Schubble, Yellow Grass, Sask., was suffocated death during a prai- rie fire. Chief Py.ipot." the well known In- chief who a troublesome c'.iar.ic.er during the northwest rebel- Ji'.n of and who took sicLa with thf 'samp" they. liad asked the city solicitor. the da. llni' R. C. Moore, undertaker, submitted Thc following accounts were a statement showing that out of the s; of the petition-would invali-i. [issued. Through this medium mu, man cari keep in touch the autonomy bills were Ju-j conditions, legislation and a! troducwl the Conservatives adopted ttJ cd paid: Fire Hrigade. salaries......... he charged for burying the dead date the by-law and were assured it would not. The selling of stationery would not cause their c'.erks to stay in the store any longer. Only the fair wage schedule. The Liberal go: new line of fighting. They tried to vernmcnt had made necessary. for arouse religious and racial strife. all contractors .engaged by the gov- iernmeyit'to pay fair wages. Prior to other day an old man from England j 1896, Mr." Harold' nearly expense of tho city, he had T C'Invron prolit of cents, as the cost of :W. B. Liggins 8.3: "mvi clothinsf for the Militia of Cana- near, tnem saying bad bought some picture post-card SWCrtt shops. Uchool question'? to b, used to advertise: the city, the fair it that iss, Now that- the measures adopted by the were working so nmic-j ably in the new provinces do you! hear, them saying a word about thej No. they have OF ELEVATORS DICUSSED citv would much publicity l -possible for shops to pa- tbev had to refuse, to sell goods. tromzed. An alien labor law had if -he could not sell cards or stamps." also- adopted, and strictly Mr. IJaklry stated in reply that the! druggists, bsing open is not fair to the other d-alers. If the doctor.s were to start druggist to j knock those in business now. ho liovod tho would support forced! Harold made a very ci- factive reference to the Industrial Dis putes Investigation Act. known us the Lomicux Act. This is m- IcndecLto aid in the prevention of strikes and lockouts in mines and industries connected with public utU- dropped that issue. They had also i condemned the government for not giving thc now" provinces control "of'j the lands. When they found that thoj new provinces fared lirtlcr under the subsidy, system and heard thc Con- servative premier of Manitoba elftiu- oring for a subsidy instead of lands. A. K. Kaston J. A.shcroft................... ;A. Huston............... W. 11. Leth. Klec-tric Co. Power j North West .lobbing Co. :A. K. T. Co.............. nil was Aid.Ives saiil that Kiel, died on his reserve at Fort Qu' Appelle on Friday. Prince Wilhelm ftf Sweden, second son of King Gustav, the popular sail- T prince who visited America in married this afternoon to s Alsiro Ravlouna, a it wjis all j Cousin of the Kmperor uf "Russia. Prtmimrs of Confer-'; "IS. D. Childs T i i .i industries-connected puuiic utit- who trenerously closed thoirj. i >i lities. In' regard to provincial lecis- dnors. the workinc p.ople would :Iation Mr llaroid snifl: l here hns which had boon given that by n Conservative Government dropped that line of attack. ring at Regina Regina. May (pre- miirs of the three provinces of Sas- katchewan. Albrrta and Manitoba, Western Leth. Herald 11. J. Brodio Moore Tnd ha; he had said at the Inst council j Mis.-, Annie P.oyd, d.ingbtor of John 2.70 mooting. He had made no criticism Head, was drowned 10.00 i of the charge of burying the -ester.Iay in Sunbeam A team but had said that, the charjji-s 1 of hnrsi'.- sbe was plunged S.-IJi'to private were outrageoii-. j .Imvn tbe bank and dragged her with whatever ho had said had bo-n j them. roncunvd in by the vounril as rti August inct-ndian-m 2.GO j whole. Mr. Moore's rommmiirnt ion and tiloel. way. Tho mayor acknowledged the cnVy of the system saying that they wanted to fair to all. One oi recently on the statute j books a Workmen's Compensation sat ion Act. which has been bnok-sellors was for the by-law, bv some working- "ol a11 lhnt met today at the government offices 1 i to consider tin- representations of the th-vy-executives 'be Grain Growers' j association ni the three provinces re- T _ Without any legitimate issues left j the miestion; of atc to fight, on tho as a ownership "i elevators.. The confer- A- R- Rurns C Piche Miron J. 1L Fleet we A. 1-jv.ston 2.S8 is.-ir, Co. last resort took up a campaign of Sundries once-was entir. ly private. out the inform- Wntorxvorks Dept. I II. T. Cottrell. livinir on a portion of the Fainield Farm, asked the city lor a rental of a year for tho 'ground occupied by th.r rity's trees, if the city not wish to remove them.. The Council to thoiwonty. o.So' FIHK ALAUM SVSTF.M. Ktro Chief Fowler wrote advising for ihe destruction his general iton- at Hnulerh.'iin near Ivlmonton. He will J. H. Agnew pretlicts t hat- Manitoba will have the best crop in its history this year. Conditions were never better. H. "R. a C. T. K. brakoman fell beneath the cars at Schreilvr. On'., and sustained injuries that his death. gave slander in nn endeavor to blind the j Pivmicr people of Canada. Not yet. however! tbat they bad decided to mak must resign his seat in Parliament, and in if r Pacific MAKING OPIUM IN B. C. that the council appoint some one i competent to look after the fire al- jnrm system, v.hicb was do.scribetl ;is A rommimicntion I'rom W. O. Fow-, ..sonsitivp Swrotary llobinson ox- (Rod- gary branch of the Winnipeg Rubber for ils Co. was read was callod signod by Aid. Cunningham, as man of Fire. Water and Light ,r CommiOrv. dated July oth. 1007. for 2J inch Crown linder- writers linen hoso. rouplotl at 11--rents per fool: order at th.i certain grower's association fused to divuigi1 tht' suggestions. George Langley bcrrxO n ninnber of the grain grow-' Co. was read ,-onrorniiv: nn order j BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL: The Mayor- "No. wo'w afrriid Chihlron the of seven J scandal vhnrges against the Into Sir, nnn i nnd MncnonaUL- The-in to .T. Israel! Toronfo. ilOOIH. I _ _ that i i Tarto had followed tho samo course 1 socrotarv "f moral reform for the request of Mr. (.unmnghara IO c ivfi r "I tin. Miovuoon'ii m i I 1 i followt-d. Aid. Ivos that tho; in preferring charges against Methodist olmrch loft for Vancouver hold for I 1 M.I >vill inVt'B. I by-law bo road, as the dolopatos smt-: Ttv chairmnn thon uitronuccc t j tlv.v had not read it. Utor and in doing so snob a vourso today, tigato the buil-l.ng of a factory in to In conclusion, Mr.' Baldry suggest-1 tribute to his rork for tholjTht--v for rt committee of tho od. that tho council close, up the sta-ij Lcthbridgo district at Ottawa. Thcjhouse to :-vostigate nnd when thc tinners and get the to ba Senator was warmly welcomed worc not good nattrrod enough to sell drugs I mnde n splendid snooch. After some I onlv. Thoro were upwards .of A thon- interesting reminiscences to mooting 1 for tho svstom. report at the r.vxt to At Boston At NIV.V Phil York At 6. Brooklyn '1. nhin '2. Xew Detroit KOH TAMrF.lUNC. proven they told Sack Pfcft. 'city for purpose of manufacturing opium. While in British Columbia, Dr. Chowan' will try to secure the passage of a local option law. VF.X.M.TY t Tho Mayor that the solicitor I idraw ui> a rlatiso providing pen. .structions Irom i ho bo disposivion of tho further n 'sl The letter was handed to Aid. Cim- Jiingham at the mooting and h3 the back wrote a note saying. "Ask them to return it. It was no- Ver confirmi-d by the- 'Mayor." The )or with llv lire I jinn it ion t nmnormg to the-fact that tho glasses ran be ivmovorl ami keys taken. of the koys had boon tampered with nnd broken tho an' vory hoavy. At Yr.rk 11. At KA.STKRX: n. Jo L Newark At Provid- 4. At 4, Toronto ;