Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
1 I-l, 1. THE PATLY ITERATE .Page 5 HURRY UP! If That Box of Apples is to Reach Its Destination in Time You Should Send Your Order at Once Why should you delay till (ho "last niimilo" T You want your jfift to yul to (hi! peoplu ;ii honiu before XiiKiii. Tlien why risk anything by dftlay 'know Mutt I here is 'nothing Ijcttor; Mint, you can duuii. Nulhinjj that will be more nccaptnblo. or iJuit will give nipi'L1 pleasure. Vim lake no AVe do everyf hi rig, inn! wi: to do it exactly ns we.suy. This is what guarantee To deliver a full bushel of finest Canadian wintw apples to any address yon nuiy send us in G'reut Britain, and to deliver it in first-class con- dition, every apple a perfect specimen of its variety, dur- ing (.he week beforc'-Xi'iias. THESE ARE THE APPLES Lands One of These Boxes at Your Friend's Door During the Week Before Christmas. The fipples arc hand-picked, carefnllj seJectftd for the best .specimens, separately wrapped and boxed spe- cially for Xrnas presentation. We want "this" sending of apples to become a habit with British settlers. AVc own more than -SOO of: the finest orchards in Ontario.1 .We do not paek inferior grades. We do not hme fo ihcse can by ntilixnd in maimi'acturing. AVe can Inc lip to onr (.0 (.he -and we do Seud order in ;it once. H: the UpploK do to von entire sAtis i'autiou' we will refund the fnll purchase. price. Don't Disappoint the Friends at Home. ORDER NOW Every British settler should get the habit of send ring .something distinctively Canadian to the people it htJine. Nothing you etui .send will more pleiRinc ,to old and young alike. Them1 i.s nothing >ou cau send with aa little bolher and expense But 1011 ninst send your order al; onec. Fill coupon aud mail to To Ireland iind .the1 Shetland uid Orkney Jslauds the price is AlvftKre. Thfl'XiilJunal Fruit Pv. kmj: Co, Limited, Vongt; St., Toronto (Use Pjcaso uuccpt- tliis order for........cases, containing approximately one bushel each ot No. 1 winter bu doliveretHiy your Company In good condition all charges pair, to Use addresses given which I enclose, ..........for S........... (State whether Eip. Order, P.O. Order or Postal Note.) To he sent to .........Crises to M............ (Mr., Mrs. or Miss.) House Town or County.................. Country. .T-. .Cases to M..................v-.-.............. (Mr.. Mrs. or Miss) House Adriruas............................... i........ Town or County.. Ordc-r from M.............................t..... (Mr., Mrs. or Mlas) Street Address..................................... Cily. If this order is .not acknowledged.1 In five days, tpleaac. wri the. Company. To.Ireland ami the Shetland-ana Orkney-Islands thie.'price. S3 23, nil charges paid. r" ,1, 3 Address, The Mail Order Department The National Land, Fruit Packing- Co-j Limited, 37 Yonffe St., Toronto IIANKKIW Till: CANAIIIAN HANK OF OOMMEHCK. Sam Gompers Review of Field (Continued from Front Page.) Grant Mimberehlp With Its m'c-mborshlp now more thnii the (jreHtt'iit ill Its his- vory, and Its financial condition eollont, the organization often called the itreatost altruistic Institution, or Union eniwrH tiiu thirty-first yeur of its work. "Despite all. opposition of thy most relentless kind the American labor movement grosvs and thrives: its boii- Influence .'or the common' up- lift of labor and of all our people ex- tc-nds to all fields of useful activity and more generally, re- cognized. The power which labor holds within Its grasp IB by our opponents' perhaps better than inuiiy of tbe The fact la that 'abor's 'opponents, like the Tories of tl.vj past many or whom are still with nfraid to trust the people "With'power In -the bands or laboV and of the people generally comes n quickening sense of responsibility. And though errors "are liable to occur they bring and an avoid- ance of The errors or encroachments-of the few or.of an autocrat loach them no lessons'and are .rectified only by the peqpte's rfl- volt. lion safe freedom i Is a truth not yet fully' understood: says the tiport. Mr. Gompers rafens briefly t the contempt of court proceeding against Vice President lohn Mttche! Secrelan Morrison and blmeel 'wlirch aio still pending before til courts in the District of Columbia The Gate, Te McNamara ease lioneier 1 In the Front Row At the Vaudeville Show Such favorites UH Blanche King, No'ra Hayes. Harry Ijoiidor, ..Jack Xorworth, Sadler, and' of other "beadlia- fcfff" are always ready t.o entertain you on a Victor. '.Make up your own pro- grim and enjoy yourself to your heart'B content. There's ,'Gramophone for to Cqrne and hear il. No ob- ligation to buy. MASON .RISC Dominion Blk. Phone 791 Forty years ago a doctor, lokl l.'red Oiicll, of Nilnstowii, .Oiil., Iliat his injured by nn axe, would causr. him trouble in old age. The predic- tion has now come true. Police Chief IJavidsuu, of- Khcr- was; allowed siispendc't! .sentence on a- charge of assaulting a young whose'ears hr.'boxed for j swearing at. his- mother. taken up at some length and fully re viewed. President Gompers expresse his faith in tile innocence of the me now on trial at Los Angeles for alleg ed dynamiting outrages .and denounce in unmeasured terms their remova from Ipdiana California The Wilson-, bill now pending il congress, a so-called anti-injunc-Hoi measure, which has the supports labor, is warmly endorsed, and Presi dent Qompers calls upon'-ati organizei labor to work for its .sarly passaso Mr. Gompers expresses'the belief tha by united action''the Wilson bill bo passed a' session ind he expresses .the i opinion that "even should it be vetoed-by President Taf a great virtorj would be partly won He declared Ubor could littr .voiuntarj 1 elp from the p-sidem. 01 legislation. To the subject of immigration mnel of tlio 'report is Severa plans are proposed for bringing thi migrator; hboittr into lie tanks' o organized labor. I Further'restriction of inimlgralloi Is deemed necessary und BchemM o distribution .of immigrants ftie discus sed. Restrict Immigration 'Turn which way we may, tlie fac invariably confronts us- in oiir vradeav or ameliorate the lot of the labor ers now In America, that thera niusi be a restriction'of immigration. Ue striction is lacommended the U S immigration commission is if not the step toward organising migrate v at least an essential step There are sufficient workers on the Paclfk'coast at the present tinre, were thair shifting about intelligen 1} ays tematized. to perfnvm, al'l tbe pressing work there throughout all the seasons of the I he main trouble been tha the employe s have not paid any adequate ittentioi to the laborer .is a social entitj fixeept at the mom cut when one is ae nired Societi j.Us no vonceiued tselt serloush about the casual worker. "The oa H completion of tlic Pana ma canal howler without doubt nring about a total change in tin. labor situation of the Piciflc coast bo h in terna-ily anil with elation to othei countriefc It has alread. been calcu lated that immigrants fiom Furope may be Irnded MB he Panama canal Vacifii, coast ioi a lens Slim than is required to the pass nge to Inland points in stat'h m the middle It is to be lemembered tha: the pnoimous fleets of vessels nhicli are in immigration trade n-'? seekm? business he worll over In -i lklel1 b) llu! climate, tbe pi-sent imnHtlantic fleet could cr-rn 000 wige worl our fellow trule unionists of Washington Orcfcon and Cilifo ia." Compensatioh Laws .banish sick onplciion ud the other evil effects of romhfxborj. 2ic. boa v tl lu tlie Federation's for Em- ployers1 Liability and Workingimm's lation is reported from the states of .Massachusetts, Now '.Icvsoy, ,'NfW Hampshire, York, Ohio, Callfprr nia, Florida. Vermont, War.hinfc'lon and Wisconsin. The work hns liecn hearing .suggestions for fed- eral lows. Is highly commelHled Und' it is expected thai some report wilj l.v made to the coming congress. The work of the United States bur-, an of mines in establishing mine fes- cue stations through the coal regions and the eampaisn-of cdncft'''.lon which the bureau, has teen carrying pn among the miners, Is warmly com- mended. Tlio report endorses -ihe bill intro- duced at the hull congress by Reura- tentative Sulver of New York, creat- ing department of labor in the fed- eral government. In .an appeal for fetter laws io pro- tect life and health in factory build- ings, President Gompers refers to the ffre thq Priamjlo Slmt Waist com- pany's; building in New York last Ap- ril in'which 1'13 girls lost-their lives. The- tight for the eight hour day, President Gompers said, is steadily going or4 and he declared that 'iabor men: could "find satisfaction-in the fact--that-, the last congress applied the eight, hour law to tlie constitution of the battleships, and that those" pro- visions .of the-law bad been put into effect by a officers of the government. Among the other subjects treated in the report are child labor locomotive boilei inspection the Dm bury batten' case, the senate, third degree inves- tigation "semiens ugh s railroad track inspection insurance, laws, the of the women s tarment work- ers the Baldwin locomotive .works strike and the woik of tho federa- tions Each is treated briefly but without an> ecommendn- lionn other than those In h'arto ex- The membership ot the organiza- tions never so great According Morlisons icport, its fi- nclal condition is The treasury shows a balanci of nearly 1200000 on hand iNearli INLAND NAVIGATORS SEEK FEDERAL AID Water So Low In Canala thli Season that Thousands of Dollars Have j of Public! Works Promiue Law. rence Route Must Be Protected at All Jail Record Hard to I ar Popular (From Our Own Corespondent.) Montreal, Nov. sitcnt ap- proach of winter has use a vulgar inland navi Ion cainpanieB by the short hair. Ibis through no I'aulJ of their own, 'Phe season tins been a dry one, ami tlie water has been so low. in I'uct. that this autumn luis ii UK; fleets entering the canals with greatly reduced cargoes, and at unusually speed. The result that tons of freight which should have reached tidewater long ere this is still in the docks at the lake ports iwaitlng transportation. Now, It will cither have to come by rail, a very expensive procedure, or lie up the balmy spring of 1912. Thousands upon thousands of'dollars havo been MAGIC BAKING CONTAINS NO ALUM lost as a result, and, unfortunately, the loss burns doubly In, for it might lave heeu prevented; H is said that unfavorable and the dry summer are responsible- for the low dopth of water. Tills, to certain intent, is true. There is an- other reason, however, in the various lower developments sprung up along the which have tver. These companies, 'becoming greediter greedier as the years go by, drai ,as disbursed in support of strikes by the larlous unions-which arc affiliated with the Federation. During 1911 the led-sratlon issued 326 charters to uu- briuging the total of its organ- ization-membership to 1 4. in in- dividual membership the Federation gamed neaiH 200000 dm ing the year. LABOR CANDIDATE FOR .FORT WILLIAM .Fort William, Xov. only .he old lime p-uties 1 iberals and Con- rervatnes will lw cmdidates in ha field in tlie pnnlncml elections, hut the labor men have decided to nominate Fighting Joe Martin, one of the most piomlnent known and hi ed ils fellow workmen l labor and i the vaters.from the St. Lawrence-to turn heir wheels, and it has now ipparent that they are taking'no'much the levels of tho channel are becoming affected. And not content ylth what.they already hare, some if the promoters of these .power ichemes'arc asking' the government to bo allowed to divert more. old government was almost reckless hi -giving.away these con- cessions, but with the arrival, of >th'a Hon. F. Monk as head of the Pub- lic Works Department, a change is about to. take place. Whije in.. Oppo- sition, Mr. Monk strongly denounced this favoring of power development to the detriment of navigation, and'now that' he sits at the trigger himself it. is evident that the old policy is about to be blown to smithereens, much to the advantage of the Dominion. Nav- igation interests.' are paramount on tbe St. says, and navi- gation interests will have top call and all the time while he is at the Helm. At Home in Jail The man who is probably the coun- a good indication of the fact that but glars hava h'sd a' very busy and a fltable season. Especially large hus been the nnhiher of of. hous- es closed for the season; It probable that many more thefc'j will come to light when the- wealth: residents of their summer the city '.return trips.. In some ers the incrrejise of these rohheries is attributed'to the adoption of the lionary post plan for 'policemehf. Un- der this plan, which was puf in force oarlj in the summer tile otflceist do not. patrol long beats, biit; remain, al one-point throughout their.- period of duty, The Idea behind this 'system that cllli-eni will knon to find a. police heed him. Equally, the''crooks know where to avoid' him, Hlid in the uptown districts; where eighty'- per cent, of tlie houses are out the summer months v thev can ransack an .expensively furiiisbted res- idence at their leisure, with little. of detection. While stationary post plan possesses some advantages, records will be carefully -compared at the end of this month to determine whether crime has increased or; dw creased since its adoption. Vote in Favor of Peace Terms i tive Here the total-vote w-111 be .counted by President-'Pqwei'l and Secretary and on the 'e ult hangs Me fate of the strike There is. every chanpa-that the vole wiil.be Tire .results ;will be I to order to return to work will be rushed back to the executives of the various locals. This may be accomplished .tonight. in for the order -to go out1 to the try's most confirmed jail dweller, lias men to rGtllrn to work tomoirow.moni- Ing. But from information from one of (he'miners', is hardlj likeij that this last step can be ruslied'ihrougli so quickly, and tha lesult just completed his thirty-fifth year of continuous imprisonment, made up of one hundred separate committments, varying from one year to a few weeks. In every.case Michael Murphy, as this strange character is named, appeared tomo, Tn ngalnat himself, and in spite of his Gxp8cted to return to the name and Ills long residence in tills country, he can speak only. German. Having spent so long a time In pail, Murphy, considers it his home. He doesn't want to lie locked out over- night, and whenever his term ex- pires, ho loses no time in appearing lefore the nearest magistrate and making a complaint of vagrancy, ag- linst himself, asking the committing magistrate to make the term as long as the law permits. He is a handy- Simply a dash of HOLBROOKS IUINE WOr.CESTERSH SAUCE GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE It's a Imported Absolutely Tax Reform (Fort William Herald' The (Conservative) says, "under the heading of "Progres- sive "The 'Liberal party in Ontario has shown itself particularly, sensitive to public feeling in. the .ad- option of a plank in its reconstructed, plattorm of the pilnclple of taxation of land values. According to .the pub- lished schedule of reforms to :be 'ad- vocated in the future-by one of the great political parties in :he system whereby Industry .laV en- couraged and tbe holding of of, use rendered unprofitable; .is to 'ihd-n foremost'place. not.be even too much to saj that thia partlc ular plank-will eventually prove'the most effective.-and popular.of the var- HIS measures .to be advocated by the' [iberals of Ontario in their efforts'to again control the destinies of the pro- vince 'It. 'matter of regret thnt-.tho has allowed the opposition o toresUll it m the of a principle which his Mtccessfullj i ap Pealed to the democracy of Britain on :hree" and which today engaging the attention of. pro- gressive and communit- ies- throughout the western half of our nan around the jail. His latest Bent- This vjnsnres a three cofnered vot-e n his rlilng Neither I Ihsrals nor jOiuepatnes Inie selected their iandidates hut either James Murphy ir L L Pell tic uill run ill the Lib- iril InlDiests and J f Tories or Major mil he the Uonserva- ive candidate. ritcpnirs will lie asked to otf nionn IOL i luc station :iiil unto appint'1' 16 Ounces of (Inequaled Cough Spii for 5Gc .st, Surest Remedy You Ever Uindj cr Money Refunded. Eyin Wheoping Coufft Quickly. Van I F cob need the 19 whlah i ____ ......._.._____ >otiue 6( Pinei tari-G you, but yon do nocd ha wonderful etfeotivenwi of thlc funioui y It ivlH u> itop the m obstinate oongh inwde of as no whooping ting hie breakfast In the Jail he wont, to the police court and muds the us- ual complaint .of vagrancy against himself. It was a busy day in court, and he asked the interpreter to hurry his caKe, us he wanted, to got hack to the ami after having his usual taken he got. busy on his customary round. Pennies Are Popular Willie the banks of city regard tlic shipment, of currency to western points as n regular feature, of their business at l.his- likelj be known de till tomonow In that case mines on Thursday morning, and the strike will be over Prosperity Will Return 111 the citv the settlement of the strike will mean era of pros five hundred to eight who have been out of Ju refore out oC peiltj Fiom bundled men wh emplojment ind funds for tho past, six months Till be placed once more on the with the result that close U) foitj thousand dollars will be placwl in i ir cuntion weeks all through the vuntei In one the men letuin to work on 'ihursdav momma, as pooled they will their first pa" ab'out Christmas ind man> a fl.wide will be jnoie cheers for the Ohrntmjs season on acconn of the added cipi I in the family- exchequer I he mei chants and business men nerallj will benefit In lion of in the mines This sta ble Industiv will add greatly to their monthlj sales and will place business once more on a sound financial foot the taxation oi land lather thljn the improvement? upon the Become so visible In the cases 6C Ca- nadian western communities ademic discussion of economic'aspects the questions has no longer, "ob- structed the. 'progress of the: .inve- in en t The West has been shown1 to use a native-colloquialism. 'In educational move- ment is bearing fruit.. It'is rather LhsapuDinting to find that the goxern ment of the to ifcognize the growth of the senti nent in favor of :tax reform inv this- lirection, but nov. that the issue is fairly before the'people the ;ppuortnn ity to impress the :Wo trend of public thought along1 these. Hues .should not be neglected.' The tvx reform movement iq sprwd ng throughput Canada. The far Weit; uis set the pace. ing. Stocks down 'to the ihirh hivo been nmllest mitgn. .nd beforu will be greatly added to, a; spring business in Uanjnldge will be on such a footing as will make this, season of tiia year, w-licn the' crops begin to move, there is one phase of this annual western movement tlml'is new and surprising ojnosure Of to This is the demand pric, of for pennies that has come from miinyj Onp o( UUCsllonB mo- points, where copper coin swa word of the selilc 'mrnt of tlw blrilu his gone foith is will we have'to pay for western has regarded with dis- i favor; and has been practically im [Bed. More pennio! have been started'on western travols wltliin the past few and II. Is said Mint, the dcmandjCoritinues iinab- ited. The generally acoapted expian- of this the bankers here is that, the rifting, cost of I coal now' Tills nifty be very simp' b> the e j ment tha I Ibo operators have decided j o ciiarge just enough In .advance of' their old price to offset" the advance is the miur-is foi (ulnlug it Coal 4- Go-cent bottlo of Pinoi, mired loue-mado syrup, fflvw you cjxtcen uucesh-a, family supply of the rnoat'plcnu- and effective cough remedy you ever prepared-ia .fire In package. Tbi wpy ttiU Ukcj hold ol ft cough and givei relirf, will mftkevou that you noverd-ifd itbefort. I or tko appntlto.Ii iliphtlr lanttre and take It willingly. It hns irondwful jeeord In CUM of 'limp; trouble and ii splendid for oroup, aathtna, bronchitis, th'ruAt trouble, etc. "Pincx !l ft special blghlv concen- trated eompmind of Norway Wn.1 extract, rloli in gtialawl and otbar the strike CO dl mine I ho iiiPRJlo hole i.s .iracliL illy cent Ihere fore the increase' will likely be about cents per ton. Coal at -the mine llien will bo 5H.SS, while iftsllvergj in said to" lots Clty R to be the greatest mier of peuulerini1'8 the country, anil to rorinire about of these coina for ordinary i'ivlng is causing mnny..fumillos to 'scnillnlze the onttfo more carefully than formerly, and that the extension of_' .department stores with their odd figure" prices has also contributed: to the wider'use i l coins. Montreal iiEfts, The number in circulation is riiie I Breatcal. around -the holiday season Ilh hiwllnf; pins elementi. Siraply.mli lyrup or otnlneil honer, in A tele, it re.'idr for nae. Used In man in tba TT. S. and Ulan 4tjy othw cough remedy. PlnitxbM often Iwon imHatml.batnprer for Dot.hing uisu will prodnca tbe tome remits. Thu gonuloe ii guarftn- to piTo abxoltUti sntiifnetion or money Cnrtiflaitoof in mon package. Your druggist hM rwIliKladirgotltterTou. Knot to Finu Co., Toronlo, Oat, and low ebb is reached in midsummer, when millions of pennies arc stacked in tlie banks and sub-treasuries. Busy Burglars Although the police department re- fuses' to givo out any figures on the number of robberies 'Hint have taken place here the long lists of notices of stolen Jewelry and silver- ware that are being'sent out, afford A Prodigious Explanation (Mull and Empire.) Rodgers. the first aviator to cross the American continflnt in an aero- plane, consumed forty-nine days on tho journey, but explains" that Ills j actual flying time was icta than tllrec i days and n liulf 'I he Inn don of well ian expun.ition would icuiid A E. Talmn, .maddened with )ualousy at seeing hride aJid grouni daniiiif m MotiUc.il, i tlic latter in the arm. lial Canada is Hie first nation to iilopt a natioml missionary policy wis tilt slateminl of S I Moore jt he laymen's convention in London. Phone733 FOR COAL and you wilt get it The Alberta Cartage Co. A. H. Prop.