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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LIT HMtfltftl. A TA.: lATUftfiAV, MAY if, Uthbrkige A oouaignmeut of Alfc a Ufcl niture, including Dreeaer. etc., all furnished with IU11, ihe local Brotherhood upon him selects one u' his brothers jhold deputy during his spell of incbrie- thM'-iy. Another little incident that oc- JAVa. a lor providlim curred oft Tuesday, 19th One a 'food all of the [wily innocents (a Chinese Lota of other lines of 'sec. ood- hand goods "Si airfdnat TELEPHONE 1 Goal, ke and a confirming their statements. 'Surely amongst the white cooks who haVe hotel foSir Wn'thfijI have dui _ Khy_I. write Ibn they were-unaware of the exist- to Women i Table Kinks s T TV-JX you 'noticed--that many lioat- crys- tals instead of_ sugar n4r ypjing; -I've-tried-ii-myse hefesfsoine could show as their ab- ilities and reliability. Naturally ybir VThc higher the5 riite of wages is for working tnen, and the shorter the hours, thfe greater' will the induci- ment for' workingmen to beautify and Unprove their homes, and the less tho incentive'to desert-an uncomfortable home for the pleasures of the saloon >The following1 letter which-was cir culatcd amongst the manufacturer explains itself 'and i gives the lie' back to Army.; oiliciuls who in reply to en qiiiries regarding' the circular stated When you take your to ROCHON'S you are sure they will get the best and purest ICE CREAM This ib the sweetest ploco in town. Oar sweets will sweeten any one ICE CREAM M firob Ml ad CMfediMcr; H. REED Successors to Hiidley-Roberts Co. Phent 2i) are no till some- or tne'cwi'vic'ts1 arc; set free from the Liarracks (those who were white-wash ng the'fence posts enclosing tho liar to give-.them a job of puinling sr 'decorating I heir houses or barns. Citizens of the uiii'on man. Give' painting to'the bread-making to the baker, can4y-making to the confectioner, building to the builders, farnylCitj to the farmers! each oiie'tHe task he is fitted for, the task he has nvastercoV anil lastly the task oh which he is dependent for food and clothing. Signed on b'ehulf of the- Local Union NTo. 384, Painters, and J. Cullis, Prcs. G. Deserencourt George Morgan Henry Conant Wellington Bros. this 'Very "important question.? It'-is for the benefit of the public larfee I do so. The long suffering boarder who has to put up with all sorts''bf badly cooked, akdf often dirty kitchens. My own case I will state here tclearl-- tnd you. can jiuige f or i yourselves. 1 !was 'two' inonths n'cooliing for Mr. Gunn at the new bridge arid gave hinynptice ,to ..quit .end' of .the month. Instead my notice as Ihe the cooking department jard yis gvri' of such a document: THE SALVATION ARMY Immigration Department Bureau of I-abor arid Manufacturers' Application Form 1. Numberrof mechanics'-fto 2. Nature of employfrient Wages per. hour or day and found that the prettiest effect istence that gSined) by. buying, an each of and whjtt cd'd CHirianie- becuse of money 7i mpcing the _ irregular shaped cry stals! wages. Why this was riot mentioned I fail to see. The board for. gfess bbnbon dish. are.: served witb a; sbonbpn, '-each' man week'. That spoon. There's, an. -especiat, advantage .it did an; ordinary profit 1 plan for those who want very emphatically that it HUle as the sma'lest quantity 'est: of material wa did. The chetp- was supplied Ho me. t how_ no'tic'ea'aTa with his usual de- luncheon was the passing of two little sire to leave Lethbridge a millionaire glifis dishes with; .the ._ course. his; .cooking ,to pay Das One dish 'green 'well as his contract on .the -f KA- Xf ..Ji. l_ IT li i_ i.' _ 1 .__ 4. Number of men required for la- boring work 5.' orxlay Gv..Will_j'Ou furnish, permanent em- ployment for satisfactory men. 7. Can houses for wofki hgmcn r 8_LErobabIe rent -per- month. 9. Date men will be required. lp. Please state -WHETHER un- _; 'ion or non-union. i i It -.will, be .seen by the above that the Salvation Army has gone to the limit in its efforts lo. place the'iium- of immigrants they have recent Ji brought to this land, and many men who' had' hitherto the1 livelies has? done among' the povert OH- ther; salad, 'which was a conib'ina- proprietor of the Windsor Hotel want Do You Make Pastry? If so, our Royal-Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. i Made from the blending of soft nnd hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now Ellison Mini ft Elevator Co. Ltd. Raymond Magrath Lethbridge tioh of; lettuce, tomatoes and cucum-'cd a cook one day f the week, -One that; thing' .a' 'white cook, o hear of same, made appli- He vr-i- Housewife To remove iodine stains dip disappear. Afterward rinse the article .or this Party he would not hire inl'cold. water and then wash with jtt cook, pn a J. Car. soap. and homeless of the old land1 have be gun to doubt the sincerity, of_J.he Ar- my has to "all ih: tents and purposes been a business for profit at the expense of the '-work-less ones of I pll, Taber in k aUy ba by laying oh fnem made of fuller's earth and eau -dry, arid then brash it off. A second application may be-necessary: r. a' hole' in: ahy PjSHtSf..dip. a .piece, of material of like kind, if you have it, in the mm to the ma- terial. In this manner the patch is perfectly and will- not come off until, though _ it is. best to stitch it at once and press smooth- iy'after sewing. "Use cold) clear starch for the purpose. for who went to. the expense, of The gehtluimfn last moment I have 'received BOURASSA V3 GOUtN Montreal, Bourassa, forni'.r'frtennfber of La- will oppose Premier Gouin m StV JaTneir 'divisio'ri'bf ih'is city at ihe pro- vincial elections' 6n: June idvertiismg- HoteP World, Chi- cago, for chefs to come out to the tocsc cure itr-fowA here. ;With: what .get a. cook, butjclo you think our very generous advertis- er got a white cciok.' No; he 'directed him "to a 'well known (Jhincse house ih .town where. Chinese -cooks are man ufactured. It has conie to my know- Norman wrote his ve- fy ;ahle letter1 in these columns, that the swill tubs not so well In fact it has 'been; observed that the hotel keepers are keeping at least an eye .on their, swi 11 How it is that white cooks get the name of drinking and nothing is said about the -Chinese who arc equally guilty of .the swime; offence. In fact our wor- thy mayor has a Chinese cook Rt the Balraoral hotel who for the last three years has gone on a periodical drunk ar for publication in the Labor, .column letter from the local Painters' Un- ion and to ;this i give the same pub-: licity as has been thc_many letters -on labor topics received since this column was instituted. T do so with the hope that those who nrc do- ing the workT of these skilled laborers will read, learn, and digest the and then ask them- selves if they arc behaving like There .is no doubt that the letter is an absolute statement of facts, and T am personally ashamed of those who do or would hire any but a prac tical man-to do their painting. Facts can be produced by the local union painting, papcrhanjing? ami decorating has-been let to these in- competent men, and even where the ob has not required doing over ag- the prices have been exorbitant, fact- which, alone 'should speak1 vol- umes as to why'the union painters of this arid other 'cities should always employed. Here is the letter, THE CARDSTON BUDGH Cardston, May recent storms have, caused am the water in the' aiid creek's to be higher than for several year past. Yesterday the footbridge on in street, east of Main stree vent out and the collected driftwoo around the piles of the other bridge caused, the engaging -of-vjLwo men. the' town council' 'yesterday to loo! ifter its removal. This morning th siinsh ine" and the waters have receded past the danger )oint. i _' Mutual Improve- ment Association ..-Last- the Ward Bishopric with President Wood met the Young Ladies Association mem- bers, in: their .regular session. A very jood prpgranime ._was rendered ..and considering the weather there was a large attendance. The chief "business, transacted was 'the.1 reorganization of the 'association.'1 Miss Lizzie Wilcox, as'Ward Superintendent, was honor- ably released with a: hearty '-vote of thanks for- her long and faithful la- bors. !The -new officers were 'unani- mously sustained us follows: Super- intendent: Mrs. Elizabeth Low; of J. Walter Low. of" the Cardston: School; 1st Mrs .Montez Harris (wif.- of D. E. Harris t 2nd; Assistant: Mrs. Rhoda Duce. Miss Blanche Olson, was re tained. for secretary. REAL ESTATE Mr.'Jas. H. rece'ntlyr'pur chased of Mr. GM. Duce, his'home stead quarter noar the old site of the Aetna Dairy being the S. W. 1-4 b Sec'31-125. 'Mr: Duce is to Bea'xer where'he 'can bettor follow his en line of dairy farming. East week's closing: hours saw -th sale of :more land noar Beazer.1 Messrs Come to Lethbridge Races Western Canada Turf AssoriatioA Over 125 Race Horses, representing the best stables of Oregon and California, together with many Jocal horses will lake part. Professional Starter and Judges, together with latest methods of professional racing, including the New Electric Starting, Gate i To seen for the first time in Sonthern Alberta NO DELAYS BETWEEN HEATS Special Rates on all Railroads of One and One-third Fares for Round Trip. Good going June 2nd and 3r.l, returning June 4th and 5th: FOR FULL PARTICULARS AVRITE HATCH. President A. R. McGUIRE, Acting-Secretary 4 NltHwi SM Co. Oliver's In NAT C, GOODWIN'S Great 4 act Comedy Drama IN MIZXOUII Doors Open at 8.30 AMsSliTSc HeraU Market Place Wfcta hivt aaythiaf to sal ar U real it ia this If yaa wait aaythiaf ase this colasu. 25c iastrllaa 6 iasertioas for SI ESTABLISHED 1S04 Merchants Bank of Canada HEADj OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up -Reserve and -.Undivided Profits.............. 4-.2 00 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jonathan'Hodgson, Esq. President Vice-iPreeident t._.C. R. Hpsmer, Esq., Esq., 'C. F.: Smith, Esq., A. Allan. EsqL. Esq., Alex. Harriet, Esq., Esq. E. ...-Gcrieral Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. Agency, G3 and 65-Wall St. SAVINGS ,BANK .ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts; Money-Orders and-Letters-of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth- bridge. The 0. W. Kerr Co., South- ard Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 128-0 BOARDING HOUSE T. W. Hanrahan has opened a boarding house at 416 Round street and is ready to take roomers and boarders by the day or week. 31-28 NOTICE TENDERS will be received for the cleaning of the streets of the village of Stafford, up to May 29, 1908. Chas. Peacock, Secretary-Treasurer. 32-12 BALED HAY Baled hay for sale. Apply Jns! Frame, 521 Round St. 1392-1 DRESS MAKING Miss Sitiim, dress and costume maker. Orders promptly attended to. North Ward. 38-6 'LETHBHtDGE E. W. McMULLEN. Mauger WANTED Several teams, breaking outfit, to do breaking by the acre. Apply at' once to The 0. W. Kerr Co., Southard Block. 38 6 TO RENT houses to water. Apply H. Macbeth Agency. 41 6 OF CANADA IMS. TO RENT Large furnished house to rent. Ap- ply Box V., Herald Office. 406 WANTED with capital to invest in money making proposition. I !iave several useful patents that will 3ell quickly, once they are placed on the market. Address Box A., Herald Ofeice. 41-6 As our worthy: mayo? says, it makes 'no difference to him as our wily cc- 11 We have now a magnificent collection of Silks, Tapestries, and Colors for Upholstery Work and Draperies bought from the leadirtg' French1 and English factories. A many, cosy, comers'. goty.Hi: W6 are oniHthg lip :n reputation for' reliable goods od great .values. It's the Uat makes possible close, selling.________________ 'KeTurpbi Furniture Co tiPLETE FU1NISHCRS which will take a lot of TO THE OF CITIZENS BRIDGE tiilxjr'World: -Are citizens of Lethbridge ijawitro that formed 'in city a. union of painters, pnperhang- ers and decorators It will be to their interest to know that there is a union, the members of which ire reliable painters, and yet'.we are constantly finding rmiatmg, who are not union men. vrho Are' Tiot painters, men whose Vocation's'In-life 9. Jeppson Burt Strong soM the! ninches to Mr. M. E. i said'; to be extending his operation in the line of sheep The property is located south of th village1'of: Beazf-r of" Section 6 Tp. 2 Range the 4th Meridian. Seriously 'IH Mrs. Win. Fogg was brought dow from the AVatf-rton Mills last week in" a very sorious condition due to ki'dn'ey trouble. Dr. :Stackpoo'e attended and advis- ed 'her removal to the hospital. How- ever, his'condition was deenxd too precarious to attempt removal so Dr. Mewburn came out on Tuesday last. He cornmemhd thf work of the local physician and gave such additional advice as his experience sug- gested; The. lady'has b removed from the Cnlioon'hotel t-> the home of Mrs. Rhoda Hinman she is receiv- ing all tho can- that hinds friends can bestow. Mr. Fnpp came down from the--milIs yesterday miri--returns- todsy. Heris very fcrateful for the -kiniiness shown Mr. and Mrs. Fogg by tho cit- orhT The Fogg Brothers are in charge of the Waferlon Mills and are now'busy sawing up thr winter's cuV." Uiinf-hM-fone smoothly thus far at the-mill. It is hoped by all Cardston citizens M the afflicted lady Canadian Bankers' Association MONEY ORDERS payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold-at all Branches. Cirodar letters of Credit issued for the use of Travellers, available in all parts'of the world. Siviigs Bank Department established at all Branches. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly. LETHBR1DQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manner. FURNISHED ROOM room to rent, four min- itcs vallc'froTT. depot. Apply 210 Goutts St. 41-6 WANTED as counterman in retail Have had nine years (London, Eng.) experience of sounU-r arid '-book- wo also know- ledge of provision and wine trade. 3bx 0 Herald Office.- 426 ROOMS FOR RENT airy rooms -for quite private. New Hill Block, Crabb St. entrance. Mrs. Owen. 426 FOR SALE Horse and buggy for sale. Apply to the Arlington Hotel. 1435' ONE MAN IN CLASS OF 273 San Jose, Cal., May IL AVaibcl has the distinction of be- ing the'only man in the graduating of the San Jose State Normal School With him are 272 girls. When h-> is graduated next week these are J uphold alone the honors of the school stunts that ho will be expected at the annual athletic tournament. to do. lie the only man guest at a recep- tion to.be- given by 272 girls, give re- turn dancu nil by himself to the 272 girl graduates, march alone' in the procession with 272 girls before the assembled friends, of the graduates, are as far apart as thfr two in to their own trade and that paihlirig. Such men as farm labor crs. railroad men, confectioners and real estate jnen we find doing or rath- er trying to do the work of a practical painter. Tltese' are the ''men some' 6J employ, to the buildings. Some patriotic citi- will K-move the only cloud from tho gontlonv n named. E. T. McGREOOW ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Leans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- .f and 'Conveyancing. List ryour with-me. O. Bfock 3t7, Lethbridffi, Alta. FOR SALE An acre of land in the Northward, two blocks from the school. Can be sub-divided into eleven lots. Can DC had for for quick sale. Also quarter section at Milk River, on good terms. Apply to J. A. McGuffln or to A. Easton. '43 ROOM AND BOARD Room and board, 621 Round -street: i: 44-3 TO RENT Large furnished front Tootn. uU-s wnlk from postoffice. Southwest corn r of Bnmpas Smith St. 44-1 INCOME PROPERTY 'of noarly nr-w G-roomod house, rent po.r month, would like to trade for vacant lots. P. O.'Box 642, City. CRANBROOK GfTY- CLERK Crnnbrook. May fnestiay morning at the Cluirrh of England, at Alberta, tho marriajfe took of M. city of tho. municip ilify of Cranhrook, L. Birki-tt, of Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Ventnloqmirci langM ;