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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909. .PAGE SEVEN econom, Half a tea. of cocoa Girls Draw Crowds To Show HOCKEY CLUB v IS GiTTlNG READY Spokane, Wash., Gov. thei publication of an item that a number] of young women o'l Eagle Ore., .key. Club "had a mectinar this after- are putting their address cards with] noon, when their annual preliminary To Defend Stanley Cup Against All Comers Ottawa, Nov. Ottawa Hoc- j requests correspondents in every ,'ies packed there for nutritious flavor-that is characte preparations toward the defence of tin- Stanley Cup wer- Last .National Apple" Show i officers who piloted the .club November 15 to 20, Ren. to one of the. in .si successful seasons secretary-manager of the or- that it has >v r had, were chosen NE taste another taste invites To rouse dejected DUAL LANGUAGE MESSED CROOKS hip. This As Instance Of WiseStates- rnanship LaborCon- ditions Writing to the London Daily Chronicle from Quebec City, during his recent visit to Canada, Mr. Will M.P., 'the LaborJeader, said: "The Factory- Inspector of Quebec is an official of great power and au- thority, and, amongst his other dut- ies, he has to look after the interests of the children. In the matter of child labor Canada is more enlighten- ed than the Mother Country, in the Dominion no child under 14 .years luxation, has been literally deluged with letters. They are from various parts of the Pacific Northwest, in- cluding the- cities and towns in Wash- 'Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Utah, Cal.fornia, Colorado, the Da- kotas and the province of British Col- umbia "and Alberta. The niters de- ajrain and it was unanimously decid- ed to welcome ils many challenging' teams as the. cup trustees see fit to I send along during the coming season, j The treasurer's report showed a slight! deficit, the club having paid out re- cord salaries. men received from to The money TT 11] Kw nolbrooks oauce Made and bottled in England sire the names of the women with the' was considered well -spent, however, view to entering into correspondence, and part of .the returns from one of One of them, giving his address as the Stanley Cu matches will wipe Pullman, Wash., is hankering for a! out the'arrears. wife who is experience at packing ap-! pies. The name of the writer- Scene of the Disastrous Typhoon in y work, and then only after I wife who is experienced at packing ap j NO MORE CHICLE I: have mentioned Mr." Verville. the pulsion. That, at least, is'what they i will be given out to any one of .the Trades Congress, and I take him to be a typical labor man of Dominion. What interest- ed me most about his presidential ad- from strictly trade mat- that he spoke in two lan- guages, English and Frennh. I-.was. of out the following letter from the satisfying the inspector of his, or her, ability to read and write. They are bound to go to evening schools and to give proof of their attend; ance otherwise they cannot go to work untir they, reach the .age of 10. There is no compulsion about educa-jsome of these addresses to me, you. tion, but the conditions I have men-1 will be doing both parties a favor.1' tioned are really as effective as com- Mr. Rice -declares that not a name FOR CHEWING GUM "If you will take the time to read the inclosed clipping from a news- paper, headed 'Oregon Girls Seek Mates in and then send think here. .So we- don't all kill cats way. Wages are fair for identity of the young women that those who desire to learn also the will City of Mexico, Nov. woe it in store gum In fact his favorite'non-perishable deli-j cacy is threatened with extinction, j according u> Franklin Canning, an offier of the American Chicle Com- pany, who lias been investigating tlie Chicle: supply in-'this country. Owing to the great demand and child labor, and the factory inspector j either have to come to the''apple i consequent prices the chicle growers tells me that piecework Journeymen are more responsible for employ- ment of children than are the mas- ters. Before leaving the subject of Trades.Congress, I should like to 'that tne majority of the people. of say; some'of'the delegates, who the Province of speak French: AGO" in .number, travelled distances but, as I listened' to iMr. Verville, I j which: would scare most--of us in Eng- help recalling the- act' ,-of of them, indeed, journey- wise statesmanship which reconciled ing from the Pacific Coast to the At- conquered French-Canadians to lantic, a distance of miles. British rule, and thinking, also', of; That is what I- call real zeal for la- that recent similar the granting J bor, whose solidarity hope of the world. "Before I finish this letter, I would taught-in the school I attended, 11 like to say something about- wages was unable to follow the president's j and 4he cost, of .living. Wages seem show or arrange with an to of Yucatan have, been tapping the .tion is put into effect, Yucatan will have chicle in a few representative government to South Africa. As French was not he repeated it in .Eng- lish. It was excellent in style and -subject matter, but I was much sur- fairly the -la- borer 'gets the equivalent of about 6s. 3d. a. 'day in money. But; prised to hear him call upon Prime Minister to address the the j of'living is-frightfully..high, dele- j and would'- scare 'the good wives of gates, adding that he would reserve Poplar or How would a 4rft- loaf? -The rent for 'his right to criticize they like to' pay lOd. (20 cents) 'for statements or his promises. "Just imagine my friend, David Shackleton, president of Trade Un- month, or about 2 pounds 10s., which ion Congressfinviting Mr. Asquith to 30 pounds a year. Butter is Is. a pound in summer and 2s. in winter; eggs are li-d.-each mer, and 2M. in no bad ones are .changed. A fowl, misnamed a spring chicken, costs about 3s. 4d. Sugar is about the same as in- Loii- 2-id. and 3M. per pound but bacon is lOd. a pound. These are only sample figures, but from them it will be seen that the people would need to be paid well and live sober To the gladly testify. speak under these conditions. Sir Wil- frid Laurier, was equal to the occasion, and replied that his was a. not of promises. actions, and he proceeded to recount all that had been done for education. 'More was to be done. Technical and commercial schools and training schools for teachers would be established, and the labor- er's son and daughter would be given a fair cb.ance.jn. the struggle of life. .Sir Wilfrid also spoke in French and English, and there was a right down j "The street tram service in Quebec his speech j is good, and is well lighted The. Prime If it .were not, accidents would- ue Minister was followed by the May6r j very frequent, for the streets are bad- democratic tone about which I greatly'liked. buy the boxes of fruit, if for sale: j trees too often as a result the) entered in the competitions by the j trees .are being 'destroyed at a rapid i growers at Eagle Point, as well as j Unless new chicle forests are j attend to .the correspondence part j discovered -or a system of refowstra- j themselves. He added some of "the readers of the it-em given to. the press are under the impression that this is a- matrimonial bureau. Nothing -of the j kind. We are 'running an apple show. at which awarded .in j 20 classes, open to the to ex- hibitors of fruit. If we could handle as many fruit entries for the apple as we have letters from, de- siring correspondents; we would fill a Building covering a 10-acre lot in-j stead of one of three and a half j acres. Free In Spokane Spokane, Wash., Nov. of the Industrial, Workers of the World will not be permitted to make demonstrations on', the streets in Spo- kane on. November -which, accord- ing to circulars issued by that organ- ization to locals throughout Northwest, has been designed "Free Speech Day." There city ordinance., prohibit- the as of Quebec with a speech which was J ly paved, with wood for the most equal to any and better, than many I! part. I heard a cockney remark to- have heard in the British House of day 'Why, if these 'ere streets were Commons. The English of it was I in London, they'd have them to light j good, and the delivery was a fine bit the fire with.' of elocution. "The only thing that has made me feel a stranger in a strange here is the use of the French land lan- "I leave Quebec with happy mem ories of kind friends, not the least ing all except religious organizations from street speaking, and Mayor Nel- son S. Pratt declares this will be en- forced if he has to call upon the war department to furnish troops from Fort George Wright, three miles west of Spokane, where Lieutenant-Colonel Abercombie, commandant, -has eight companies of colored soldiers, recent- ly returned' from the Philippines. "Mayor Pratt will instruct Chief of Police Sullivan to issue orders to the police department to arrest all vio- _ lators of the city ordinance, and up- on conviction the prisoners will be HT SEEMED LIKE THBQWWyjOHEY AWAY Until I tried Gin Pills." Mr. P. Fitzgerald was completely .dis- j heartened. He had suffered so; long with his Kidneys, and spent so much money on doctors without relief, that he aad made up his mind he could not be. cured. _ _' Then, he chanced to read about the wonderful cures by Gin Pills, the'great Kidney Remedy, and sent for a sample. The. pills did him so much good that he I immediately bought two full size boxes. And these'two boxes of Gin Pills made him feel like another "man But let Mr. Fitzgerald tell his own story of a really remarkable cure. Provincial Asylum, June 18th. I have much pieasurein statingthat the sample, which you sent me, ledmetohuy two boxes of Gin Pills from a, local drug- gist. They are the best remedy for Uric Acid Trouble" that I have ever tried. I must say that before using Gin Pills, I had undergone a long and expensive course of treatment by eminent special- ists of Chicago. They did me no good-- it seemed like throwing money away. I still keep a box of Gin Pills on hand and take one occasionally. I am pleased to recommend them and bear testimony to their efficacy. casual- Hong. Son; ties attended a typhoon that "played havoc with tlie native shipping and damaged other vessels at various points on the coast during, the night. At this port, the Standard Oil steamboat Lyndhurst fouled the Jap- anese steamboat Hong Kong and both'were damaged. At Macao the Portuguese gunboat Patria was lifted from, its moorings and carried .up the Canton river, among them being the Hon. C. R. Devlin, M.P.. wife." guage. Tn almost every other way Ij ___________ feel, and haTe been made to feel, by i the many kindnesses, as j CARDINAL GIBBONS if Canada was indeed "a home from! homej" and the links between new countrv and the old are vervj n r New York, Nov. Gib- numerous, as I am being constantly ,T Trn in a letter to the National Lea- OPPOSES WOMAN SUFFRAGE reminded by some' incident or other. of these incidents occurred, at this same opening meeting the Trades Congress- followed tHe Mayor was Mr. zie King, the Minister of Labor, a! fine young fellow, who got some of his 'education at the Passmore stitute and Toynbee Hall, in White- chapel': So, atter I could not get far away from the .East En-d, for here it was calling me in the accents of a member of the Canadian Parliament I could not help thinking what a good thing it was that a Cabinet Minister represe-ritins: labor should have to fare his labor friends from the factory, the plough, and the shop, and give gne for the civic education of wo- sufi'-igcite vTgariizatic-ti, m, sironirly expresses his sympathy for The speaker who 1 their cause. Cardinal Gibbons let- was matte public today, ter, which regret grt-atly. that 1 .cannoi at- sent -to the rock pile. The order has -one. forth to the effect that if the do not work they shall not cat. The prisoners-will also be given two -baths daily during their terms of sentence. The Industrial Workers of the P- have P. FITZGERALD, j where it stranded in a flooded field. After reading a letter at this, you Many; liouses were blown down in simply can't doubt tlie value of Gin Pills the vicinity, of Macao, where junks in cases of Kidney and Bladder Trouble. If you are a sufferer, write the National Drug Chemical Co. Dept. AD Toronto, for a free- sample of Gin Pills and try them at our expense. After you have seen for yourself just what Gin Pills will do, buy the full size box at your dealer's, and remember that Gin Pills are Sold with a positive guarantee of a cure.or money refunded, 17 and fishing smacks in large num- bers foundered, involving mariy cas- ualties. Although the cables to Hong Kong are working, communication with Canton is totally interrupted, accord- ing to advices received by the Com- mercial Cable Company. not Rlaw In a Pall of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every" One a Solid, Hardened, testing Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too. when you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can'supply you. Always, in Canada, atk for HlVl MATCHES. World of Spokane, headed by J. Thompson and James Wilson, issued a communication to the vari- ous locals in Washington, Idaho. Orc- in the tend tlie meeting called for I. Although-my many duties will not allow' me TO bf present at your meeting. I beg assurv you that "7 ani most hearty in sympathy with the wom-.-n of your league., and I ap- prove .most strongly the stand it has i 'taken in opposing wnrnan suffrage, which if .realized would be the death blow domestic life and happiness." Northwest, saying in part "All lovers of free speech are to be in Readiness to be in Spokane on November- 2. The I. W. W. indus- trial unions will be notified by wire how many men to send to Spokane if any. The 500 who have arranged to come from a certain local union, and others, are to public'this notice." make GREATER THAN PRINCE RUPERT First Offering; of Town Lots at FORT GEORGE The geographical and commercial center "of British of a splendid WHEAT AND MIXED TABMING COTJNTBT. Gateway to NECHACO, BUIKLEY, TBASER, PEACE RIVEB VALLEYS. Also of CABIEOO and YTTKOIT siinir.g districts. HALF WAY BETWEEN EDMONTON AND PBINC2 EITPEET ON LINE OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY. TITLE TO LOTS GUARANTEED AND INSTJEED BY THE GOVERN- MENT OF THE PROVINCE OF. COLUMBIA. Write of this great Inland Empire of Canada, also offi- cial information climate, lands, mining, etc. Natural Resources Security Co. WINGH BLDG.. VANCOUVER, B. C. 'FIGHTING BO? COOK STILL AT LARGE pranci-vilk. Out., Nov. 1.-Fight- in- Bob Cook, a desperado Who made a dastardly attack on Town Constable Halben on Saturday night, is still at large, but a number of special of- ficers wtre sworn in today and every effort 'is being made to apprehend him. Considerable reluctance on the part of residents to volunteer as spec- inl officers owing to the desperate character of the man who "has several tirnos when wanted for minor offences] sworn never to be taken alive. The: city is offering a substantial reward for his apprehension. Much sympa- thy is expressed for Halbert, as he be maimed for life. DUNCAN ROSS HAS RESIGNED HIS SEAT Toronto, Nov. 2.-Hon. Thomas Crawford.. Speaker oi the Ontario leg- islatuC lias received the resignation of "Duncan Ross, as member of the legislature for North'Middlesex, who has been nominated Liberal candi- date for the House of. Commons in West Middlesex Tn place of W. S. Calvert, who has been appointed a member of the N. T. R. commission. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 e 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Get the Most and Best for the Money It's the with Lumber as with every- thing else. The biggest stock means the best variety, arid the most economical buying for, the purchaser. We have the largest stock in Southern Alberta South Alberta Lumber Co Lethbridge, New Dayton and Magrath' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 V 4 4 4 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ;