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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tCTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908. 0V US, wc IB iMly HeroM lid hftlM Ddlf Rmld Printini Otf.. Ud.. vriitf tawM e*�nlnj^_rt BtM LeUibridgc, If lh� >olc� ot the pwple won Mat with llmt'in mU\d t^^ 'Boritlmcni In favor -coivod; Bridge and Stool Structural Workors, Bro.s. Gilniour nn�l Ward-oil: Bvowory Workor.s, Bros. C. Moore niul G. I'lmir; Typogrnpliioal Ui|ion, llro. .John Ij, Sidlivan Kolsey. These wore reciMvod unanimously and tlvo dologatos obligated The .secretary reportd that a Hal-owo'on or some other vosponsiblo aiischiof maker had been busy with the Trades and L.Tbor Council property, and some damage done. The socrc�tary also reported "that a brothir had waited upon him and stated that he intended in the near future oiKMiing up a gents' furnishing .store in the city, and tliat it was nis intention to handle avonoou* ^ ,,^^1^^,^^^,,, in July or .Vupust to the E. T.. Borden .............-.............. 74 Liberal majority ............ 66 So far in the recent general elections, the majorit.v of Sir Wilfrid .")2 and thi.s is likely to be increased. It will be .seen that Sir Wilfrid's majorities since he came to power compare favorabl.v with those of Sir .John JIacdonald. THE ENGLISHMAN IN CANADA In a deliverance 1.010.2 the C'oi;iuliunj jiij, Club at Toronto, Lord Xorthclific, town on Saturday afternoon in a .special train on their wa.y to I-^^d-monton and the Coast, and the Signal took the opportunity to ask the latter a few (niostioiis conccrniug a matter of interest to ever.vbody in this district. " '1 suppose ,\ou arc aware, ^Ir. Whyte, that .voiir company owiis^ con-[ sidcrable land in this vicinity?' began 1 the reporter. I " 'Oh, yes,' was the reply. ' � 'Well, why don't you put it on 'The KocoMo�ition as recording secretary.; In thti nieaiitimi-, (jwing to the | amount of work devolving u])oii liini' lie asked for an assistant secretary j pro torn, and Bro. Brown Pipes was elected to this position. The question of admitting the press and the general public to the con-' volition on Monday iie.xt wa.s taken! up. The discussion which followed | brought out the fact that tin,' seating' capacity would be taxed to its iit-1 most to hold the delegates who had' operation of the Trades and Labor Council. Ho was not looking for any Hnnncial aKsi^�llln^o from the eounoil. a:-) he thought this being a good union city the business men would advertise in its columns. It there was any oiiposition to it, he wa'or bi-monthly. .�\ftor severai dolepato.s had spoken in eulogistic terms of the banelits to be derived from such a paper, the delegate was asked to comniunicate with the secretary in writing and the matter would bo brought up at the next mooting. The other business was routine. Labtn- hall. I .V delegate brought up the puhlisli-ing of a labor paper. Ho was pre-I)ared to publish the paper and pay for same, but he asked for the eo- BAPTISTS IN FAVOR Ottawa, Nov. 5.-.\ftor two days (li'liboratioii the P.aptists of Canada have derided in f;ivor of central fed-oral adiiiinistralion body with a con-stituti(m .'ind certain well defined snbji et.s to conio under its purview. Englishmen need apply" were prob-|,.^. tributary to a rival road,' ho an- ably forgetting that their act might j givo ofTence to a class of Englishmen who were not in the advertiser's mind nt all-the breed of Englishmen who had made EgjT't- blossom, hod reorganized decaying states, and had done much to build new countries all around the world. "Believe me," he said, "Canada has a very real need for the good will of that island whence I come." "There is no doubt of it," remarks Toronto Saturday Xight in comment jng on this statement. "Some very I queer and nnrensonable people come to us from England-men who want to take full charge of the shops in I ivliich they have been employed for ' ten minutes, porters who want to tell general managers how to manage pas.sengers on .street cars and trains, who anno.y all with their cea.seless din of their jagged and useless criticisms of everybody and everything -but yet, while some a,'.) in this class the people are the great world-colonizers, the backers of exploration, the financiers of wilderness railways, the friends of frontiersmen wherever found. As Kipling reminds us, the Englishman perishing for water on the banks of a stream because he has no to drink with, represents civiliztion and comes of a breivl who will establish drinking facilities whore tlie.\- would uot otherwise exist. swered. 'We are taking nil the peo-]>le we c.Tii to settle along our own lines. What sort of a rountr.v is this?' 'None better,' replied the reporter, 'if it weren't for the CP.'.',. If you would put your lands on the market at a reasonable figure, settlers would be gliid to tiuy them and a serious drawback to the progress of the countr.v would be removed.' " ^ Don't miss the Miser at the Lyceum ' tonight. ! CARD OF THANKS. The Sisters P'aitlifnl Companions'of Jesus very cordially thank the m.nny kind Irionds who patronized their sale of work. There are .still several dainty articles suitable for Christmas l)resents which they will bo glad to dispose of. 277-9 Don't miss the Atkln Bros, at the Lyceum-in their singing and dancing act. Business Men's Luncheon NO\'EMBER 7 at tlio HUB CAFE Kidney Soup* gress m ClotMng -the brand that is sold with the uncondition-al guarantee of satisfaction or money back. �9 25 Roust Turkey Mushed Potatoe^^ Sugar Corn Apple DuinpliiigB Sold and Guaranteed by McKECVIE r. McGUIRE.   For Thanksgiving Day the Canadian Pacific Railway company announce a rate of fare and one third for the round trip. Tickets on sale November 7th, 8th and 0th, inclusive, fmal return limit, Novembjr llth. 275-5 ELECTIONS IN NFLD. The government of Premier Bond is luiving u battle for its life in Newfoundland'this week. The clo.soness of the contest was never anticipated, and it ceriainly indicates, that the people of the island colony are tired and want a chnngo. The Opposition is led by Sir. E. P. Morris, a former member of .Mr. Bond's cabinot. Mr. !kIorris is a Bomnn Catholic, and tho vote he has iiollod in the country districts ot Newfoundland which are almost entirely Protestant prove that a religious cry was not going to keej) the people from expressing their demand for a change. In tho campaign the Bond party continually sought to represent that the Opposition was plotting to bring about annexation with Canada, so Private Greeting Cards The Raphael Tuck book of new designs is now on view. Choose your cards early and have thom oinbossed with your name in good time tor Festive Season uinilino;. R, SUE mi ncniE \m\ IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Have just received a car of Exshaw Cement Prices Right Corner \V.'ihiii' tor Ford JustSouttiofthefllisonill Phone 225 10. Box 654 CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE Wc own 8,ij00 acres of ItHol land frco from stones in Lot Creston District. acres nre survcytd in ID acre blocks which we offer for sale to actuid settii'rs for a limited time at $60.00 PER ACRE Wc (,'uurantee this tract to he the finest fruit land adjacent to CrestoM Wiieii this land is Bctth-d, whole tract will he one lart,'c village! with nil the ndvantup;efi�, appi'rtaing thereto. It is well watered byiviountain streaniB. The C.l'.U. runs througii tlic piopcrtj'. interest 6 ;> TERMMuarter Cash, Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years. CrcGton has thi! host shijipiii^,' facilities for fniit. and the lipst climate of any [loiiit in J-^ritish Columbia, spend Your Winters in Creston For farther partictdars write immediately to the Canyon City Land and Lumber Co. Ltd. --CRESTON, B.C.--- J, F, Eotlgors Joa. A, Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS &VOUNG Sale stables :-: Wood Si. Oe Star Cransfer Company Moynihan S Beardsley Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery DR. O. J. OOURTIQE Dentist Graduate ol Northwestorn Ontver-Hy, Chicago, 111.. Omco Honrs-0 to 12; 1 to 8. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Block DR. J. B. ELLI3 DENTIST GiUduato of Western Reserve Uaiver sity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY OLOCK Phono 307 Hours; 9-12; 1-6 MADAM NORf/AN (Orchestral PianlMfV Teoclior of pianoforlo, urgnn and voice production. Visits or receives pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching for exaiiia, Howard Houae, Crat'h Street. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., nnd of Frank E. Bluchford, Toronto, i.s open for n limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Homes Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212, Phone 305 Office Oliver's Hall MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr, Dripg.s, M. A., Song Singing nnd Voice Cul ure. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R, CO., L.R.A",M,. Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Recitals, Etc. Terms on Application. Lcthbridge, Alberta. HAMILTO & vouNO Engineer* ar Jutvayor* Room 4-Wh y Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, .. D.C.L., B. Mor^ ' �lonei, B. C. t CONYBEAfT & .lONES Burristcrs. Solicito. 'o omco; Conybesre Lethbridge. Altj. Merchants & Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the business Draying & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to got our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. rnoNE 180 W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, BarrUter, Etc Office: Southard Block. ADDISON & SON Funeral Directors and EmbAlmere 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office nnd Residence Phone 102 F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT toom g Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (39} A. F. & A, M., G. R. A. Regular meeting nigh�, the third Thursday of each month in the Maaonic Hall, P. O.. Block, at 8 p.m Visiting brethren will alwaye receiv* a hearty welcome 38SER, G.V.8X0RKEY, % Coal, Ice and % \ DRAYING f Western Transfer Co.  LONG BEOS.Proprietors  Officii opposite Balmoral 5 PH one: e3 I  copvMlartT ^ J,....---- CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN to only till! bt'Kt ami purest drinks. TIiIk can hi-;t he done by using the (iiicnt f.'radi! of bciltU'il wiit.,'rs and ciir-boiiatod bfVciapiK-thosi' bearing the l.ibi'i I if LETtlBRlDGI: BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd A.CM W. M. Secretary P. 0. Box 637 letlibridge ierie No. 837 Meets Isl and 3rd M o n d aye in K.of P Hall at 6 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S, G, DAVIES, W.P 24-1 y T. J. WHITE, W. 8 LETHamOGE l.OUut NO. 3b C. B. P. O. E. Meets on t!ie second Tuesday ol eacb mouth at 8.15 p.m. : ; : : K. A. SHAKMAN, M. PRIEST, E. R. Secretary The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS, Has been Remodelled Frosli Oysters, Cigars, ii'ruit and Confectionery JOE FONG - Proprietor Lodge Pride of Alberta, No, 293 Sons of [ngland Benefit Societ) Mnot in tlie KniKl,IJ) of Fytbtu� Hall uvcry (Irsfc iiiul tlilnl Tliursiluj- iu tlio montli at 8 li.iii. ViHiting trutlintii ulwiiys wel I'omc. , Wulti r Appldij, ridt T. Hobliii, Hi i: W. I'lCKiJeiil Uiii 57. - Lethbridge Lodge No. 3- NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every Hec> �lud and (ourth Mondays in the mouth. Empl( yers requiring ccrtifloated eu gineers, and ongineora out of employ-ment, \( )uld do well to cominunicate with UB. 10BERT NEVIN. Ohlel W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. ;