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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHMIMt. ALMVTA, FHIDAY, OOVCRMMCNT MAJORITIES the record of rought into line. As the work would >e very well in hand in the course f another month, there' were snffi- ieni- carpenters in tlie city to handle t, The printers are out after -the mer- hauts- and others not using the la- j'el. Thev were to send out a circu- signified tlieir intention of being pres- ent, buV it was unanimously decidPd to invite.the press to be Two rather smart "sleight bi hand" cases were-brought to the attention oi the ComiciW-The first was the mys- terious disappearance of a case oi beer from the Labor Hall after the smoker given by the Brewery Work ers in aid of the striking mechanics ar urging the use of this embteirof Thc to the effect lhat.a tuir wages and fair treatment and i T u n M man Diving the name of Skson' ha DR. W. QALtRAITH PHyticiafl, Office .914 Bedpath gt. Phone tt HOURS: UeJore 9 a.m., 4-3; p.m. o. j. OOURTICC Graduate oil North weetera 111. Office 9 to u; i to 5i I and 2, Block J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Ohfduate of Weateru 'Reserve Uui'vor' sity, Cleveland Ohio. J, F. Rodgers A Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light: RODGERSi YOUNG Sale Stables V: Wood St. Houx'a; 9-12- 1-5 _. HADAM NORVAN (OrchMlral Teacher of pianoforte, argan 'and voice production. Visits or receives prepara- or advanced. Coaching for exarjii. Howard MR. operatioii of the Tracies and Labor piiucil. He was not looking for any financial assistance from '.th> council, he thought this being a good" business men would adveRise in its" columns. .-If there was-.nny opposition to it, he was prepared to drop the subject. If he had the support of the Council, it was his intention to publish the pa- per bi-monthly, After several delegates had spoken iri eulogistic terms of the "banefits to ba derived from such a paper, the delegate was asked to communicate" the -secretary in writing and the matter be brought up at the next meeting; The other business was routine. THE ENGLISHMAN IN CANADA Lord Northcliffe, In a deliverance Club at Toronto, the great English'publisher said that those Canadians who published ac- vertisements to the effect that "No Englishmen need apply" were prob- ably forgetting that their act might give offence to a class of Englishmen who were not in. the advertiser's mind at breed of Englishmen who had made Egypt blossom, had reorganized decaying states, and had done much to build new countries all around the world. "Believe 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 Xighl in comment I jng on this statement. "Some queer and unreasonable people Whyte, .that your company owns, con-i sidcrable land iii this began the reporter. 'Oh, was the reply. 'Well, why don't you put it on the "The second vice-president looked at the Signal man as if it amused him to hutr such a childish question. 'We are not developing the territo- ry tributary to a rival he an- swered. 'We are taking.all the peo- ple we can to settle along our own them, we -can't it." Ori to fill- the vacancy of assistant secretary a number of names were mentioned as possible as-! pirnnts but without success. A slate-' ment was then made by the Secre-j (ary.'tp the effect that after'the audit! Hie would resign his position, and ifj the Council desired lie would accept j the position as recording secretary. In the meantime, owing to the amount; of work devolving upon him .he1 asked for an assistant secretary pro tern, and Bro. Brown Pipes was elected to this position. but he asked for the' co- BAPTISTS IN FAVOR Ottawa, Nov. deliberation the Baptists of Ganada have decided in favor of central" fed- eral administration hody with a. con- -stitution ,and certain .wtdl defined Subjects to come under its purview. The question of admitting the press and the general public to the con- vention on Monday next was taken; up. The discussion which followed j brought out-the fact- that the seating; capacity would be taxed to its ut-i most to hold the delegates who had! Wcaf "Progress Br ERNEST F, LAYfON, Violinist, Pupil of Gep, Wilbey, London, Enf., and of Frank E. Elachford, Toronto, is open, for a limited nuihbcr of Pupils. Also'for ConcejU, At Homes etc. Terras on application. Phone 212. MR. ALBERT ELY" Pupil of Dr. A., Song Singing arid Voice Pupil of Chas.' Hancoclc, F.R. C.O., L.R.A'.M.; Organ and Theory! CuItuM, Pip, Organ, Harmony and Theory, Song Oped for -Concerts; Re- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Lethbridge, Alberta. HAMILTO ar Room "'OUNG Gab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery 8- CONYBEAFv i Solieito. Office: Conybeare O.C.L., B. C. W. C. SIMMONS .Don't miss.the Miser at the Lyceum tonight. lines. UTiat sort of a countrj- is 'None replied the re- porter, 'if it weren't for the O.F.V.. Tf you would put your lands on the market at R reasonable figure, sett- lers would be glad to buy them and a serious drawback to the progress of the country would bo CARD OF THANKS. The Sisters Faithful Companions'of very cordially thank the many to xis from England men -who want i kind iriends who patronized their to take full charge of the shops in I sale of work. There are still several which they have employed for ten minutes, porters who want to tell general managers how to manage passengers on street cars and trains, who annoy all with their ceaseless din of their jagged and useless cri- dainty articles suitable for Christmas presents which they will be glad to dispose of. 277-9 Don't miss th- Atkin Bros, at the their singing and dancing ticisras of everybody and everything act. yet, while some avo in this cTaFSJ____ the English people arc the great world-colonwrs, the backers of ex- hsiies Hn's luncheon NOVEMBER 7 at the HUB CAFE Kidney i I Boast Turkey Mashed Potatoes Sugar Corn Apple Dumplings .brand that is sold tHe iinconditional guarantee of-satisfaction or money back. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE. t For Thanksgiving Day the Canad- ian Pacific Railway company an- 275-5 ploration, the financiers of wilderness nounce a rate of fare and one third railways, the friends of frontiersmen j fer the round trip. on salej wherever found. As Kipling reminds! Novembtr 7th, 8th and tth, inclus-! us, the Englishman perishing for wa- j ive, final return limit, Novembjr llth.j ter on the banks of a stream because he has no glass to drink with, rep- resents civiliztion and comes of a who will establish drinking fa- cilities where not other- wise exist. ELECTIONS IN NFLD. The government of Premier Bond is having a battle for its life in New- foundland' this week. The closeness of the contest WAS never anticipated. I people of the island colony are tired aud want a change. The Opposition is led by Sir. E. P. Morris, a for- mer member of Mr. Bond's cabinet. Mr. Morris is a Komrm Catholic, and tho voto ho has nollffj jn tho rrmmrvi i districts of Newfoundland which aroj almost entirely Protestant prove that i a religious cry was not Koing to keep} people from expressing their do- j rnand for clianpo. i In the campaign the Bond party) continually sought to represent that the Opposition was plotting to bring annexation with Canada, so Private Greeting Cards The Raphael Tuck book of new designs is now on view. Choose your cards early and have them embossed with your name in good time for Festive Season mailing. Have just received a car of Exshaw Cement Prices Right Co rner U H i i tor and and fourth Mondays in month. Empl< ycrs reqwirinf certificated gineers, and engineer! out of employ ment, do well to eomuinnicatc TfflUi -nf ROBERT NEVTN, Ghiel W. A. DICK8ON, SecreUry ;