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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ItTHMIMt. AWJITA, WATCH AN JUUANtt OF mm TRADES our i. to bay the best yoor pone will allow, then wlect or 'to moUotthi movement. Tbe cott or iMydoMaw, but it the on whiolr you de, nead for It U oar to know wmtekM. will be plented to expfcm to in- trading the good point, of IW EenirUf i. oae to wkich we to your ipeciil attention; M we do not allow a piace ot work to leave our repair Department unleat it a rigid .and ,ia Ihorougbly wtisfactoiy botfl to our customer ai.U R. A. Wright The Jeweler issra w lama ucoas Of ie Trade ad CNM! The Trudos nnd fiouucil Hiet in the loibor Hall Thurs- day night Sid Duncan There of A TRIBUTE POLITICAL THE BIGGEST SMALLEST were also Bros. Tuckwell, B. Ritchie, Desercucourt, Hauru- hun, Quigfey. Kelsey. Doyla, Gihuour, S. Jjirson, W Syrnonds. I The Secret ury imported having re-' ceivetl several outstapding donations to the last Labor Day Fund, a ad the committee were enabled to close thoir report hi tho following terms, "Ow- ing to the liberality of the merchants iiml in the city wo are pleas- ed to soy Unit despite our heavy ex- peuses incurred on Labor Day, wo were avlc- to meet all liabilities." would not publication without hwl iutMMhxl to keep for Socialism and trades unionism, but there was uu appar- ent fluitdgouituu, >e did not raug 'the paper to the sup- port or either ono sidy other both were to make the pa- per a success. "A dolegfata ha would not what it; was MO, long us it was a la- bor paper. He instanced oue which iwai run oa purely, trades un- ion lines. He Socialists should be criticized as they were not perfect by any means. If the latter got a column. to discuss the subject, lie thought it would give trades un- ionists a chance to see what they "WOMiNf" M Are You Nervous? Tto of Modem eivijimtipH uw dV'ckiKfcd ia an of intert.-' It (oiihl not tw otWrwino with llw c-uicmukl round of exeiieriiejiL Tne I km worry, all toll tpon (.lie .intrvj's'till.tbey cry out 14revolt. will uot ba yl .cayed till ft ttuch MILBURN'S HEART NERVE PILLS: with their A SKETCH OF IB'llttU. tlieir .uijiriiia Mrs. vLcvI, .M-u Ont. fa fir tsevisr ami, like liuiiiy weaut. He wanted to.sec a paper of -f cm mediciiw no this kind -as it would be an iuiport- iiit factor in weaning .the workers r.oiu .the political parties, They tfould always have differences and iw (Winnipeg Free. Much more tragic is the sudden taking off of Hon. J. H. Agnew, who dies untimely in tlie full flush of early manhood; on the threshold of a career which would have been highly creditable- to himself and useful to the province. Mr. Agnew was a man whom t-he could ill afford to lose; for he was a type of the pub- lic man who 'will in the future alone be able-to command the respect: and confidence of the electorate. Then- is' no province in Canada where po- litieal -feeling ninsl higher than in for this tlie" reasons are well known. Nor is there a. Gov- ernment, federal or provincial, which is JL subject of sharper criticism or more vigorous assault than the Rob- lin which there are also good reasons. Bat the closest search of the records since he became provincial treasurer four years ago, would fail to find a single harsh statement about, or upon, Mr. Aguew. He had the good will, the confidence, and the respect of his political opponents; and he recipro- cated by treating them with a cour- tesy and consideration which was deeply appreciated by them. .Mr. Ag- MAJORITIES (Toronto Saturday Night.) The much studied election returns show that in most of the constituen- cies heavy votes were polled and ex- ceedingly large majorities rolled up in a number of cases. Mr. VerviHe, the Independent-LiberjJ-Labor mem- ber-elect for Maisonneuve, the east- ern suburb of Montreal, leading >'ith a majority oi over four many votes as are usually on the en- tire list of an average rural constitu- Looked at from the opposite stand- that of the candidate who fared the place must be to Cotton, the young law- yer "who ran as an. Independent against the Hon. Sidney Fisher, 'and Mr! Fisher's straight Conservative opponent. Mr. Fisher had a majority of 320, .while Mr. Cotton, polUxl nine votes in all, just enough to make up a baseball team. Of course, Mr. Cot- ton lojes his deposit, but, what- is he owns a local newspaper, and because of certain statements made in that paper during the_ campaign, not wholly complimentary to Sir Frederick Bordea, the latter is suing Mr. Cotton for But even the larkest cloud has a .silver lining. Mr. Cotton is a lawyer, young, clever and In accepting the report a hearty vote of thanks was tendered the com- nittee for the satisfactory manner in which they carried out the pro- gram. The Secretary brought up the mat- ter of the Socialist party having the use of hall on Sundays. He that the auditing committee were to have met on Sunday last but while he was waiting for the members' of this committee to turn up, the Social isis put in an appearance. They under the impression they had tfec use of the hall every Sunday, and if tin's were so it placed the Trades and Labor Council in. an unfortunate po- sitron; as if both, the latter the hall on Sunday they were requir- asked the delegate to reconsider his decision. Eventually it was left over until he had interviewed the Socialists on tlie subject. UNION LABEL OX POLICY The fire policy expiring in the near future, it decidod to renew same, after inquiries had been made to see- if. the .union bibel could be attached to the printing .of the policy. THE RECENT CONVKNTION A stand does the Trades 'and Labor Council take to wards' the This query brought out a long dis in which several delegate that the council had th emssion, claimed right to levy an assessment to the Independent "Labor Party ilnau dally, while others claimed the op positc. One delegate could not see how'-the council could father the now party. The convention adopted their qwn 1 v.ik iu) bad. that ihe noiae v iii'.l links iial so you could liear it and I M nut Uo on' my left side at night. I a lew ol and assed authorizing the construction nompanv s service, of extensions of the-railway, and the l several companies. Of the land sub- fidies a considerable area was set n part in 1893 when the Dunmorft- Lethbridge line was sold to the C.P. K. and is being sold for the 'benefit of the two The rolling stock owned by the company consists uf two passenger locomotives, three freight locomotives, two switching lo- comotives, five passenger cars, 64 freight cans acid nine cars in the which Mr. Greenway won by acclama tion. This was in '73. Before this he had contested an election against the late Hon. M. C. Cameron, but was defeated by the supporters of the Jfackenzie Government. construction of irrigating works for the purpose of reclaiming lands grant-v ,'d under the subsidy act of 1890. Au- thority was given to sell or lease the company's railway. to the C.P.R- by an act in 1S93; to enter irito-agreements with the C-P.H- or the Calgary and -Edmonton Ry., in 1901; to .amalgamate with the St. Mary's River in 1903, and to amalgamation with the A. R. I. Co.-! in 1904, while acts affecting the fi-! nances of the company were pa-ssecl in 1891 and 1895. The Canadian j Fathers and mothers, do not quar- rel, at any rate not in the presence of your children. If you must say mean and spiteful things to each oth- er, at least go into a room by j-our- selvcs and do not tench- your child- ren the unpleasant art of. wrangling. In read that K3-r-Ho.r: Of the political history of the.con- die had been presented, with a gold- rstituency at that time William Camp- headed cane who in reply, .said that the Socialists in Western Canada man.had been working, but after the ortier delegate had received the authority This brought the Socialists on him and the chair rulnd him .out )f rGpaericLi; ,has vivid recollec- tions, and is io him your corres- pondent is chiefly indebted for the details given herewith. Arcording'to ifr. Campbell, Mr. Greenway, "at the time he first came to his notice, was of the boss of the job on the subject.' man decided to applica- tion form for membership. 9 BUILDISG-. TRADES ALLIANCE In reporting business good, a paint The council instructed the Secreta-. ry and Treasurer to refer.back to see if any communications had .been re- ceived from the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, before further action was taken. North-West Irrigation Co., was in- i corporated for the purpose of con- structing irrigation canals and de- veloping the land grants earned by the construction of the railways. The St. Mary's "River. Ry. was incor- porated by the Dominion Parliament in 1900, the time for the construction.! being extended by an act passed in j 1903, and cash subsidies were voted in aid of the construction of the lines authorized in, the same years. In 5904 an act was passed providing for L A BARONET CLERK Montreal, Nov. Edward Gordon Johnson, Bart., who succeed- ed to his title last January, on the death of his uncle, Sir William Juhn- -on, at Nice, is s'iH occupying the union painters, nnd suggested as :i 1 next at 2.30 for the purpose of he held at the C. P. solution, .the formation of the Build-1 auditing the books.... R. offices, namely that of a clerk in ,ng Trades Alliance and the closed ers' delegate brought up the question The auditing committee arc request of union working with non-led to meet in the Labor Hall on Sun the office of the auditor of agencies. It is stated that he has been ne- for the purchase of the old baronial homestead of the family, j near Chambly, around which so many 1 of tin- family records centre. He seen in rczard to this runior this shop. A member suid it was a difficult The C. P. steamer Empress of Ire- land, which saiis from Quebec tomor. a clerk in the store at Bervic, and later kept a store down in Centralia in the south of the county, at the same time being a local teacher in Connection with the Methodist church Mr. Campbell was one of the lending men of the Conservative party at th0 nominating convention at Brucefield when Mr. Greeway was offered the Conservative nomination. After some hesitation Mr. Greenway accepted, but subsequent events seemed to.indi amalgahotion with ,the A. R. 4-1. Co. The constructed under these several charters line from Lethbridge included th to Dunmrpi Junction, Alberta, 10G.3 miles, which was sold to the C. P. R. several years I- ,igo. The also Controlled, or! owned the 'Great Falls and Canada, Ry. from the Internal, boundary to j tlie guage. of that.. line, as well 1 Great Falls, which in 1002; sold to tlie Great- Northern Ry., U.S. The remaining lines cf the corn-! job to find out if a man was in the row al-lernoon will carry the largest union or not. He thought that the j mlrnhcr o{ steorage passengers ever carpenters would not work with non-; corricd bv onc stenmcr from a Can- union men if they knew it. He wasjndian point eleven persons ,of the thnt un-ion t having alremly been booked, morning, but lit- woxrlo rather should have a walking delegate. A cate that his allegiance to the haYe a total length of .111.82-.. miles, with, U.59 miles of yard' track and sidings, 0.53 miles of I _ ;.tnd trackage rights over 1.60 milen of j was not of the strong enough at all events to pre- vent his making agreement with the t-. not discuss it at the present stage. t He was looking in f-xcellent health t and spirits. It is an intore-stinp fact, by way, that the second baronet, every man the Sir John onco had a houso on the site of the present Bonsecours Market, as is recorded on a tablet on the oast end of that build- ing. Sir John's portrait is in the belonged to him. We have jnst unloaded a carload of carried his working card, 't would be j easily settled, and all good union men should carry their cards." Another delegate asked if there was any liklihood of the building trades having a meeting. Apparently this had been before the Carpenters' union, but they took nn action. They would not enter in- Chateau do Ramezay, as well as one to any trades j-lliance. would two fine specimens of tho olo-'help itmliatef! bodies in every way fashioned dinm-r service that onco possible, but could not join the al- liance. Karly in the spring they a communication from their head of- fice asking them to go into a bulM- j i intj trades alliance in this country. but the local hod turned it A LABOR PAPER 1 A question was asked if there bar? I been any communication vrvfcrrfinsr publication of the labor paper spoken j I of nt the last meeting. The dctagntt; j concernod staterl thnt the convention on Monday praci; nily hn.-I put that subject out of business. IIo had Udea there was so mwh feeling bo- twr-eu Socialism on the ono hand and Reformers that he would support the c p R lim.3_ The lines extend from Slackcnzie government whenever they Lctllbrijgo to Couits, Alta., at thf required his assistance, if the VJt formers would not put up a candi- Trunks The shipment includes a range in both style and quality No stale Goo ?s sold at our Store. We, use strictly pure fruit GUing which gives that tifiicioxis taste to our rolls. A. Large Stock of Robes, Gloves Mitts Ik Prices Will Sail YH Been'Received i i. .1.. i A. E. EASTON CO. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the lenviiKr, "vYiiiiiim cjnake- spoare. will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage-' ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For farther in formation address the Lethbridge Conservatory oi Music. MODEL: BAKERY! DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. 9 to II a.m., to .30 p.m., 7 Vo 8 p m st. mow U Intt-rnational boundary, where cor.-j noction is made with the Great Falls dote against him. At all events Mr. j nnd Ry_ (Grcat Northern Ry..! Granway was the only candidate pro gs) J2 rniles {rom Stirling to] posed at the nomination meeting at j AUa 4Q 70 A11 Varna but the Conservatives nn'es werc originally construct-! wild when they discovered that their: nominee had dealings with the onc-} my. ROW OVER INTRODUCTION Greenway went to Parliament, but! difficulties aroso as to who wns to inlrodiicc the new member to tho House, on account of the somewhat double-barrelled nature of his alleg- iance, and caucus after caucus of both parties was held before an ar- rangement wns made. The time by which tntj mcmlxjrs had to IH; present in order to draw their sessional in- demnity was drawing ncnr, and Mr. Greenway thronfenfd to walk into the] House unintroduced. It had been a- j grcod that he was to be introduced j by a Conservative and a Reformer, and Thomns Farrow and Edward Wake had been named, but Mr. j Blake wanted Jo the introducing! and h.'re was another Tho! i CoijservjLlives insistet! that as Green- 1 way was their representative he must introduced by one. of the party's j supporters. Finally a member from British Columbia, a Mr. Cosmos, of somewhat unpronounced leanings, was upon as R compromise, and accordingly Greenwny was intro- duced by Farrow and Do. Cos- mos. Before Mr. Greenway left this country for the West he threatened on one occasion he run as a Reform candidate, so that his later conver- sion to Liberalism was no? uncxpect- Unshrinkable Underwear can't ravel. It is knitted _ machines that lock every stitch. Wetland ready a new, garment for any Stanfield's Underwear-that ravels, just as we will replace any Stanneld's that shrinks. Sizes fronvaa to 70 medium and heavy winter Your dealer will iikely hive your size and weight. If pot, he can get them for you. 134 Choosing an Overcoai--------- Taste mnst determine the particular style of cutand the pattern of the fabric. But there are other ESSENTIALS which taste should not decide: the iashion, the fit, the construction and workmanship. For these you must rely upon the mafcer. j Choose a Sanfbrd Coat I ami yon will get satisfaction. Satiford Clothing has always held the leading place in Canada, E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. WTNXTPEG, MAX. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed and made to look like NEW MARK- JOHNSTON Hold tone IK 6n4s Ulkd fr Mixti ;