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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Sauu'rtay, November 1913 THE LETIIKKIDGK DAILY HERALD Page 1.5 Buchanan's RED SEAL THE WORLD OF LABOUR ON THE MUTUAL INTERESTS OF, Oils 01 all those who had .any latik CAPITAL AND LABOR j to perform In connection wllh this Washington, D.C. The Nation's j talsted product. When all aro UiiBlncsB, tubllslied by lliu CUaclbtr Included, I Mill have made no refer- Commerce of the United Slafcs, to ttiu farmer who tbroueh his ol Scotch with the bouquet oi. a full 10 years' aging in sherry casks, Red Seal has been a fav- orite for over 40 years. Mellow, smooth and mild.andaGov- ernment stand- ard whiskey. TRY IT. iu its Issuo of today the fol- Performance of social Only lias rend- ered it for those who labor. In mechanical lines to live ou food with Will. SecreUTy ofi Labor: and Iibor arc partners. Tbe Department ol Labor to prove a promoter of Industrial ucace. These aic direct quotations from a n'.alernent undo by Hon. B. Wlleon. sec- retary of the Department of Labor In ihe United SlolPa, relative to tbe new- ly organized Federal department which hu conlrols. Questions put lo Mr. Wilson by tie tdUor of "Tho Nation's llie il organ ot tbo Cham'Jer of Cora- 2 of tho United Stni.es of America, led to replied dearly defining the posi- tion of Mr. WitEOii as to the great ser- vice which Ibe department ot Inbor may acid can render in the affairs of tbo nation, Secretary WiiEon Is a uian of peculiar mental flnccrliy and he regards tbe depart- r menl ol labor as being built for all [time and not merely aa temporary In Is influences, or called upon to with" transient of adjust- ment between capital.aud labor. Relative to t Secretary A CALGARY MAYOR- AFTER INTERNAL ELEVATOR Nov. Sinnott is not aUowing the matter'of the itioa by Calgary of the Internal Ter- inlunl Storage Elevator, which the Bo- Kiinlon 'government la to-cstablish in Alberta; to go byrdefaulL He sent a telegram of Inquiry to the grain commtssiqn and received answer yesterday -lo the effect.tbal the matter would bo taken up by the com mission v on their return to Fort William un or about -November 1 'department. labor ECtirccIviBiarted; .'we are In the siege; ou'r''. duties are asElgned-.tq In llja-brBanic act But "of. itese' cMiiely pro .of; the' Vnlifrf: so gen il' iji scope thai it. rfitl very nafur- Acid in Meat Clogs Kidneys TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS IF YOU HAVE BACKf CHE OR BLADDER TROUBLE bass bave Just be en deposited in Lake Sougog between Island. Fort Perry and Ho w to Get Rid of Dyspepsia Don't. on Meiicirtej..pontt GO on Frctk Diet; Common and Antacid Usualty-'Ail.Tliat era era! _ ally-lead to several lines of endeavor; antlclpdle'd. As jfor "the duties .designed to I tiial as most 'important- wine' fcdeals with our right. 'In'isbor disputes "and "to- conciliators; !f i'joiay, EO describe This la what' rrmVe3_me'feel tbat the depart- ment'-of jo proinpio Industrial, In the scope of.the dyparlment'a'.future of'servico that be ranked hlgb Iu Ibe opinion of the na tloh. Vital Mutual Relations Capital and labor" are partners. Without labor capiial Is ineffective. Labor-without capital is Idle. Capital Is aa Inanimate thing- It represents tho accumulation-of the'tmconsurcicii product' "of- previous labor.1 On the other hand capital Is Ibe weans by which labor can live until the products cr IU c---bs realized on. Cap; ilal, tbe inanimate thing, can produce nothing except by providing opportun- ity for Therefore, capital labor to be effective must serve.each other.' This leads naturally1; jniport- ant statement, the sometimes raised far outside ihelr home town. Then, as tho link of all these apparent- ly unrelated activities, comes our transportation lystera. How caii H be possible for to blind our eyes to the fact every finished product la the result of aa latuiriuy ot Eoclal fucullons, touching every phase of so- ciety? Thus arises the complicated question aa to vhai !s the full social equivalent of what a man produces. The modern Industrial method Is too complicated for any man or set of men, to decide that a solution of all trouble has beea fo'jiid. Therefore 1 look for- ward over tbe future of the depart- ment of bbor as a moans of helping lo bring nearer year by year .the goal of complete social Justice. This surely must be tbe ideal of thoss who regard humanity as something too sacred for ueHjt-b uiploitatiou. Labor Not Alone by Muscle What I have said relative to the lo- comotive as a type illustrative of tifc activities r.ecearary.to produce'on re- sult, teads me" to state mOEt emphati- cally thai Jnbor U.thc producer but .to'.add with eiiUEil--1 em- phasis that -muscular labor is the only form The Influence, of the niehtel concept miiRt not-be lost to? sight; the'productivity of affftfed'by management; the 5 of a'machine In the mind of .the'In- these" things. It me, ropresent'labor.'1 -Oae "or the'greatest serv. can be- rendered by the n allot. muscular kind is in Uon of eiltctency. and tbatlwhyj "tfur- ing.my congressional life. I gave, yrhat- ei'cr snpporf I could, to tho subject of educatiqa. (I am glad to .see that' the Page bill aud' W tnp'w.tliaf-.Uif! of Meat forms uric acid, excites and oi'errv'orks kiuceys in their efforts to filler It from the system. Regular eaters of meal must the kidneys occasionally. You must re- lievo them -like you relieve your bowels; removing alt ice and poison, else you feel a ftell mis- ery in the kidney res [on, sharp pains in the back pr sk-k headache, dizzi- ness, your stomach SOLTS, ton sue Is coated, and when the weather Is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urJuo Is cloudy, full of EctUmcnt: the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three limes dur- ing the nlglit. To irritating actda and flush" otf the body's urlnous waste get about four" ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table- suoonful in. a. glass of water before Lreakfsst for- a few days acJ your kidneys wllJ-l ci fine and i disorders This famous sail Is msde froni the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined ivijh Uthla, and has been used for gen orations to clean and stimulate shjggish and stop bladder IrHlatioa. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless aud makes a delightful effervesce at. liihia-ivater drink. of tnen and women take novt and then, thus avoid- ing serious, kidney and bladder dis- eases. For sale oy J. a Co., Ltd. The Executor of Your Will The operator at au csUie Bhould a thorough know- ledge of banking, real estate, valuation of assets have an. ex- pcrltiHvd organization for iU management. That is why a trust company is [jest Dlted to carry out of will. NAMK AS VOUS EXECUTOR. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee (or thfr Judicial Dlotrlct LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY. WETASKIWIN Eighth Avenue West. Catgary, H. A. Howard, Manager J. R. FALLIS, Coiisorvatlvo, cJi'clcil in L'cel, Out., byc-elccliiMi. pc-iice or among ourselves lor "war brought to o-jr doorfi? Why not. con3iaer.ee to beat the svOTds guns into Are Needed PHYSICIAN GIVES GOOD ADVICE, ,'If have dyspepsia, Indigestion, sour, stomach, belcbing. distress after callns, heartburn other sto- mach trouble duo to.hrperacldl.ly (the- usual cause of stomach troubles) you should fake no medicine to act .upon tliG' atomach Itself. That Is positively not tiio way" to cure tho trouble? Again, you ahould'hijt half starve 3'ourself b'y going without trfo nutritious food that yon need to rebuild waste tissues. Sornt) foods arc not good for people even when in perfect rich meet, highly seasoned dishes. Avoid these, but eal fairly substantial meals ot plain foods. Eat slowly. Even if you .drink nothing but water, you should not drink vrith meals. Drink before and after eating. Do not lake ricpsln or other artificial dlgeatantt. If yon follow foregoing simple Blnictlotis'it la probable that you 'will any'medicine at all except, If you want to call U medicine, a ttc antidd after meals. The best acid Is ordinary bleurateil magnesia, which can be purchased at any-drug ThlBI Is not to act upon the stomach but on the contents of the antacid, as you can by con suiting your dictionary or encyclopedia, la merely to neutralize or the excess acid so thd Rtoraach can digest the fooJ normally. Tako a tesBpoontuI mag- fn.a llttla cold water after' :aoh meal. You fihonld get Immediate even If your CBSS la soyero. Careful, moderato eaUng and the use of tlsurafod raagneaU cliojlJ put your stomach in normal condition In a short time; if you hare not allowed dyspep- fa to advance to the extreme stage- of developing stomach ulcers or cancer." advL labor each must servo.tie1 each must .have detcrraln- tng tho lerma of here "that we have bad'trouble .In. the .Kuersh d' troub paat. In our. disputes ve'r e' meaning of and RIN K 1AB IT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT Tho OIinfNB. trontraeat for Ilia Jrink Jlfshit can bo with abso- ulo coTifiiJence. It destroys all desire or ubiBkcy, leer or olher alcohol to '.ttmulants. Thousands have success- iilly used U and have been restored sobriety and usefulness 'sn be given Costs only. or box. If you fall to got results rom OKK1NB Rftor a Irfal, your will IR refunded. Ask for reo booklet (citing all about ORRJNB ed Cross Drug and Book Store, Ltd., of capital labor They aremulu Eceklng the" greatest production by the expenditure cf a given amount of ef- '.It is only when it comes to a division of what has "produced that tbeir interests diverge. -Here Is where .the opportunity ex- 'fits In .this country for these iwp mu- tual Interests to sit in the coun- cil chamber ot judgment and work out a division that has regard for the proper rights of each. Consequently I look forward .with 'great assurance to the future bl thta department.. H mua L tend toward Indu stria! p1 cac e. Mutual mutual explanations. Tfte'duly of this department will not lie, In the [ion' of deciding difficult guestionE but! rather in the "direction of trlgtag 10-' getter those whoaa iriterccts nrc mn-; tuaf anil, who will thereforo gain by being bro'ughl lojf ether; seems wise for.-mc to emphasize that thla department Is not bound to lo fftvor'.nny .and every. scheme thai may be' brought udder Us notice- As 1 said before, we are not to decide; we are not to decide; we" are to bring lo' getber. The deiiarttnent is not built Ior_today. H'ls huilt for all time and therefore musl -plan, not merely for the Immediate gain, but also for the permanent welfare of the workers. Problem. of Labor's Equivalent As I see it, Ihe average thinking man, who contemplates for ft moment the difTlciiUtcs under labor has carried forward .Us la ska In the paat, would concede tho (ruth of Ihc general statement "every man ifl entitled to the full social eiulvaicnt of what lie The problem, however, is to arrive at such figure, and It is in such direction that conciliation and discussion will render their great Her- Let mo Illiitsrato the problem by'drawfng attention to a finished lo- comotivs 'nsrlt stands on the rails ready for service. That locomotive ts Ibe collective result of 'the. ecltvlHes ol nearly all elements of .organised society. Tho man In the ore beda, Iho miner' of Coal anrl producer of .lime- and feldspar, only touch the side of the raw malerlal. The organ- ized olliciency of Ihe blast furnace, the Intricate labor c'. the foundry, the vision of the Inventor, all find a meet- ing placo In thai construction ol fr.e skill. But I havo not touch at all upon the of iho ndu- cator, of all those along the way who had Ir do with Ihe labor of production. J .have .nol referred to tho minister TvJio lovk'd after tbo spiritfuaj Idter- _ bring about po'riiexchanges that'm'ay produce prompter action ori the part of Congress. But whatever Congress in its wisUo mmay do, llie fact remains that the Greatest strength to come lo our nation Li In. the.direction of effi- cient life on the part of the majjority. Our schools .are prbductng stu- dents for colleges and for professional life. They are only a small proprotion of the student force of America. Those who do not reach high school arc the vast majority. It is of that vast.ma- jority that society must think in order Inat the lives of-the many-may be- come efficient I strongly .favor fed- eral funds being placed at "the disjicsal of those states that will contribute similar funds to produce an educa- tional change ivhlch_la essential, now that our nation.has taken on a dis- tinctly manufacturing type of develop- ment. Hopeful of.the Future" As one who came ot America in chSldhood, led by parents saw In America a land o' hope, I. share in com others sorao apprehension at the apparent loss of simplicity in our national life. Yet I must hold to the hopeful belief that ultimately I there will be restored to thia country some of iho simplicity Ilia tcbaracter- fzcil, Tv'htch arti- ftcialllne's of social cleavage.. We gain nothing by the separation of classes. Wo lose the common touch. I am con- fident that simple democracy will in- creasingly commend Iteelf to Ameri- can, thought as a means of holding us together as a nation, strong in our res- pect for mutual rights and for indi- vidual hopes. in tbo this to sar in regard to tbe A. F. of L.'s attitude towards closer affiliation: at no time has the K. ol L. prohibited in- ternational unions In a given industry froai combining their forces. Indeed, the Federation has.upon numerous occasions encouraged.fcladretl organ- izations to bar even gone to 'the', extreme 'oi exnellirig iutcr- natlonal unions for refusing to merge into larger''unions. Thus the engin- eers "In the mines wore unseated be- cause, (hey declined lo merge into the United Mine Workers, Ihe car work- ers were last year for refus- ing to join the larger body in tbat trade." Similar other examples are given.. It may be a matter for dispute whe- ther ttie development towards closer organizations ought to be applies to many other countries as whether the officers shpuld give bet ier' encQuragemeht1 to such develop 'bne'lhinglls cerfain, however the.A--F. of J s sufcb is not opposed to a more scientific and modern form or organization. It is -helping to achieve Ihts By Ihe way, the European unions do hot recognize any other card (ban those issued b> tbe .A. F, of Ii. unions, because a home and abroad they refuse to- re- cognize the principle of dtsorganiza tion, of rival unions, of disharmony In the ranks of labor. No serious tradi unionist, should be found out side the ranks of the A. F. of U, If h. does, not want to .be .considered an ally of the employing class, whlcl has for ever been trying to disru tho American rcdtralion of Labor. ORGANIZATION VERSUS DISORGANIZATION Referring to tbfe dlEcusslon, now go- ing on In many countries as to the value of certain method; In. tbe trade union movement, a well knfftvn Euro- pean labor man sends ua the folloif- Ing BO te in regard to tbo present po- sition In tbo United States of Ameri- Disrupters In the American la- bor movement, who fight Ihe Ameri- saying it is can Federation of a Reactionary body of pure and simple craft unions, try to make believe that ihetr new set of is es- sential for the purpose of "replacing the smaller craft unions by Targe and powerful Industrial unions, Max S, Havea, a prornlrtont is[ and tr.lde unionist, la reviewing the laat.conveirlion of tbe A. F.-O, L. UNION MEN'S RjGHTS A case loroivins the rights of Irad unionists to refuse to work with a nan tmlon member has Just bceri decide by the court? in Ijor.Son. The contro- versy arose when the workmen In cigar factory demaiirted that a certali employe join tbe. the union, anu upoi the refusal of tbe employe to coo pi; the employer was informed that strike would follow If. the employe wa longer employed., The employer state tho circnrastAndes to the recalcitran employe, who again refusing to Jol the union was suit fo damages and an-Injuncllon to restrai Ibe ine'inbcrs of tho union from In duclng the employer to rctuse'cmplo; merit lo the plaintiff was Instituted The caso was tried and the rendered sustained the position take by tho-.union me nth at they bad a lega right to refuso to work with a non member and urge discharge, This right has been conceded b tbe courts of the United States numerous not'unlil was earned through Ibe hlghea courts. Break Whisky's Grip On Your Loved Ones Drunkards will tell you ot ilnr.orlly iltal they do not want to drink. Tile craving coming from tho Inflamed of llios torn sen, drives them to it, will foolho tho trembling nerves and remove the cravjng that la mining your home and stealing aa otherwise husband or father from you. It coats only ]ier ijox and If it doips not cure or.leneflt a trial ttie money nlJI he re- funded, i AlcurB Xo. 1. fe laslelesfl and can given atcretly. In Tea, Coflct, or food. Alctir.i N'o.- 2, Is taken volun- tarily hjr thoso wlllins to help them, solves. Alcurn can now bo obtained at our store. Ask for.frfta ixjoklel tellfng all about It and give Alcura (rial. .1. lllginnotham. C.o, Limited, Al're'rtj. THE MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' AC Can thli act rightly be. applied t thoso who. tvork at fio much per hoi and so many hours day? Thbro seems (o 60 a mlsnndcrslani Ing In regard to this act in the mini of the workers. THs cannot bo sal In fo Jilttgfis pr lawyers. Pe haps they do sometimes mftko a ml take and apply the act to thoso hire and arc hired. -by the hour, an who ought lo be dlsl.lngiilshod by th term employer and employee, and n by master and servant. s The.-e has been many slips In ]u lice when thi worker has been repr sentcd In the wrong gro-jp or cla This has been done-" Intentionally tlmts (6 gain advantage. Hut th should not be and tho 11 w.ige earner who works by the hoi claims right lo be classed whe; bo belongs, the sooocr Jwlll be get ju lice. The question of a pay day h alwn otve. In the absence of any "a longer iuterval> ,lf om collectin lo is Is the we believe H l tbe re Is np necessity for a law lo labllsh a fortnightly pay day in re- ird to the houT worker. An agree- ent covers thie and the law allows e agreenieul, .but in Us absence the our worker. -.can claim his wages very Saturday.. be used In ibe future. Andrew only ?oes one side of Ihe re- fuses !0 Eeo Ihe other. elinris and simply let the par- ,ade. Why make more of lliein? Why ,nol laake the pfoughshares Instead, vants' Act helps ibe employer. The that theso arc tlieonly articles distinctive feature of the Masters..... and Ac; is that the one called the'master Is In duty bo-jnd to provide food .and shelter. This is not the case It one Is hired by the hour; he provides for himself. _ In the case of one hired by the hourv that one can claim his 'wages at the end the week's .work. There Is, we believe, no law lo stop Andrew Carnegie admitted that someone had blundered in the past, or Ly this tioiij world peace would have imprison been assured. Hut what is this but quitted. Nincvah was spared because H re- tenled. GERMAN EDITORS FACE LIBEL CHARGE Ucrlin. Nov. Sleinlbal anil Herr Wilde, editors of the .Montana were tried here today on a charge of libel brought by Count George Von Haesier, direct- or of the Prussian Jloycl Theatres. Stelnthal was Bentencpd to a year's nment, and Wilde was ac- a conference whes all The artifle complalaed of counect- Is activity In f-rtphriUon for If th'ero -were iio rprelatlon to thn contmry wo rould receive'tte slad news that men-ivo'jld come to see hevv- blundered En the past lu making" ready for war, and that they will as readily Jn jhe future prepare for For'they must prepare. (OT 1 ed the name of the Co-jnt with tbo legation made soieo years ago agalnEt Prince Pblltip Zc Kulenberg, and oth- er members ol Emperor William's suite, asserting that he had narrowly tniEEed being involved in the great court scandal. The Count made a vigorous defer.ee of his character. ..n _____ ___ _______ peace as" Andy-Eayf, by- fcefdn'g. rW of j v.-hich was vindicated by the court. EW ARBITRATION LAWS IN WESTERN" AUSTRALIA At the-last session of the .West-, ustralian Parliament- a sunber oi :ost important changes were made t tho existing labor laws, concern- ng the settlement of as well ns pro- islons to avoid labor disputes. The lost Important of these changes are iv'en below. The Court _of Arbitra on can henceforth ialervene.ln.prac- ealiy all disputes which, might arise etwcen masters and men: this ap- lies all branches of labor with 10 exception of demesUc servants, orraerly.only those-. .trade unic-s; vhose members belonged lo one and he same trade couM demand wage ioards. This consequently caused he idt'as of Which are they'most ikely to do! Andrew rayi jicace. i The steamer Keyvive hoa reached virj" sign Is againEtrtis at prc'ent. Thorold, OnL, wilb a load of sulphite ven revelation stands. a g'aiust. Bull pulp from Swede'n. Professional Cards JIEDICAL W. s.' Sutgeoa; Accoucher.' Hours p.m. Office: 914 Third Avenue, Phono' 1253. SUttord Eeslilenco 1266 Slilh Offlo 1-3; 1 to 8.30; OEM Phone RcslJecci: 1090._______ lie formation ot a number of small [DH. C. c. Sur- inions in certain trades. Under the Accoucher. Office at reEidence lew general unions, including nil iranches.of ba.admittcd n ftnalier places. All awards 'r'end- red max 'be extended to a third patty irovldlng all parties are agreed. Tni ireEldebt or chairman has poirer to ummons ths parties to appenr before court during any controversy. The board can extend its de- listens to the 'wiole country. This lolds good also for all unorganized vrorkers.. The wages hoard can also tho maximum number of working lours for such as arc paid piecb ates. Only agricultural workers are 'xcepted. Special-Juspectora-will be ippotntcd to see thai the (Uclstons ir awards ot.the wages board are carried, put.. 'The .wagea -board can afeo proceedings in case their decis- ons are ignored.- All state employcea eicept tho police and thoae combg under (he, public act may.fce- QK to trade unions and alt on vrages )0ards, or on the board ot arbitra- .lon. Every case of victimization is regarded as ft breach of awards. The minimum wage stipulated.hj- the wa- board must be paid to every Tvorkman cr working 'vroman regard- of any other arrangements that have been .made, hy employer and OR. TAYLOfp-iluy. aid Tbrbit: iours-8.30. to" br appointment bSlce 341; rw- idenco 693. DR. j. E. LOVER an Suriebu." Corner SI; (Dr. Mew-, burn's old Phone 1242. qce hours 11 16 to 3 and 7 ANDY'S GOSPEL OF PEACE Tbere is no disputing that Andrew irnegle clenched his argument while tbe whole audience, rose to in approval-fiurlLg tlis session of th'e Conference.- The only one Ja terror was Andy's questioner, Tho nueatlon was there Milled as far as that audience was concerned; they of one mind, the Judas tcpted. But 'does this really settle the question of whether It will be For regulating the invigorating the and ttirrinf up the Uzy liver Dr. Morse's Indian' Rooi Pills have proved half a century, in every quarter of the World, absolutely wife mott effective. 25c, a box everywhere. cornor 6th avenue south aud 7th StreH south. Hourt: 7 lo j .'_ DR. L. B. P member, of1 Col. -Thya.. Sur., Alberta; Suite bldg. I'hone At Jlentcine Hat ifonday, fc Friday. MASSAGK SUPERFLVJUUS HAIR'REMOVED Jiisa K. May Holmes, graduato of Ihe Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Insti- tute, Medical Massage and Gymnas- tics, (Swedish) Electrical Vibrator) and Therapeutic IJght Treatments. ElettrolysEs and Shampooing Treat- ments given byv .appointment only. Phone 1710, Room l.-Hul'fBlock. yuvj LETHBRIbiSE" VlAVI natural home- treatment for f nervousness, etc.- 1110 3rd Are ;.South. Hours 5-6 p.m. dally and 10 to 4 p.m. Saturday, or by ap- potnUiient, Phone 1S59. Managt: s. cook. _ _ Th! ttcrjlng Vtulm ill f trim work; obstolricU, medical an g -hours: i. tmt-rgeacr-'' a.m., 1-2.30 p.m.; evening 6-7. !i 7th Ave. S. 1233. 141 PRIVAfB HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL MM. Htarlem'B Pr'vila an> Maternltr Homo, 704-6U A rone S. Phone 74C. The WIMPOLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL Surrlcal, Mediiil a jrerkorjp under and' Sc'r- Swayao, DENTAL'. OR, M. J. graduit ol lloyiil College of Denial Bureeon Toronto, and hoMer of n Dental certificate. onto: Rboini 4 6, Bryan block.: Phono J071( UNDERTAKING S. Dlwctor, ind Eaibalmer; alto agent for thi Eotncrville M.arhle and Oranlta Worta, o! Grace. cppotlta Court House. Phone 5S1; dence 284 S. 1175. Open day and night Y. Director Li- censed Embalmer; (Lady attenilint when desired) Donnan block 401 ive. 3. Phone 1S02; nlsnt or day. F., HAMILTON, Land Sunreyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. Roomi E ind G, Whitney Block. P.O. Box t57. Phone loij. 4 EDWARDS (Wm..M B.A'.Sc., ,AI. i'c'rta Land 'suryeydri Boiialil A. Juff, ne, ciril tngineerlns'lana land Sur- 205 Sherlock Uulldbg. jothlridse. 'A1U. i vMUSIC MRS. W. ol Piano, Harmony and Theory. Ten years Primary and ad- raiiced pupjis prepared for examina- tions. 512.50 a terra" Studio 613 15th Street sftuth. Wti ETHEL CONYBEARE F.T.C.M. Piano and Theory; -Studio Boom 2, above the Sherman data Morris) Theatre. ORLANDO of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Lessons giv- en in Shorthand. Apply 1404 7Ih Avenue Xorth, LethbrHge. THE LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL OR- for dances to: coming season. Any number ot .pieces surlied. Violinist, J. B. Gas- kell, pianist, R. Needs. Boi -4S1; -..i; PIANO TUNING 0. Piano Tuner. Avenua A. Soutb. Phoci 1163. :T. AUCTIONEER W. L. city v .Hcenaed aijetlouvisr.--- Baits qi -jii fcdnds conducted on reasonable Live elocX and farm specially.1 Office al th.e WiUoo Co., 13th Plmne 1023. Resldenc.8 Phone Downlowa office it Iba Rfialt? 1173. WAD 01MGTO 17 years' exptirlenco; Vlll bandio your sale In the way that'gela tbe' money. .Phones 4fiS and aonablo.lc-rma, prompt Goods rggelved for balo'or auction. WHOLESALE WESTERN aUPPLY. ANtJ EQUIP- LTD., 5rd Ave. 4th-St WhclewU..'Mine. BulldertV-ContT.fcClons Black belting -pipe- rora >arb wire, fancy brick, wat r< expansion j--L rbona.iDU Rooms 11' ajij DH8, lo atii Mc- Hours 5; Hlf 374.. OK. Q. SIMMONDS, DiutiU, meus Mr Royal College of Royal College of Physicians D, 3., 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-6: OfflM; 6-S, foil OBce Woct FURRIER DAVID 'cleaned and j FJfle tlon-W fatost At ibo Benl- Icy Co, ELECTRICIAN-. W. t. McKENZfE A. CO., Blcclrljal drnlers and Coritraclbrtf. j" 637.' ArVnuo Soutt ;