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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LtlMbMlDLJfc DAiur MfcHALD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED IgflJ B. E. WAIKER, President A1EXAHDER LAIRD, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England 1 1 WTD V D 1 1 Q I M CQ Q tU U N I n I D u o i ni to o backing business. PA Kill I KIP RY MAI! DMlirVmU DI IIIHII. with equal facility. Branch facility afforded to farmers and others folr the transaction of their Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection. Accounts may be opened by mail and deposited or withdrawn in this 122 C G. K. Nourse, Manager OF CA1SL4PA Capital and Rest Exceed That Savings Accoont which you have meant to Open could not be started at a better time than right now, while you have plenty of money coming in. The habit of at once depositing in the Union Bank of Canada the cash you receive, and drawing it out only as you need it, will keep your money absolutely safe, will help you to save more of it, and will increase your balance by the addition of Compound Interest. Your account is respectfully solicited. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sub-Office Westminster Rd.t N. Wmrd_ J. R. ANDERSON Manager. Phone 103 for and Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city I; PRICES THE LOWEST T, A, Easton Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box 201 i i i Coal GOOD QUALITY Orders Promptly Delivered PHONE 225 A WORK OF ASSIMILATION ELECTION SURE IN DECEMBER British Liberals Preparing To Go To the Comitry In the Budget London, Nov. says the radical Morning Leader, "alone stands between the country and a revolution." The radical Chronicle says "A more shameful conspiracy against the commonwealth has never been unmasked. The selfish defenders of privilege, of the land and How an Industrial Concern Organized a Community from the Slum- Dwellers of Southern Europe (Louis Blake Duff, in Canadian The emigrant from Southern Eur- ope' comes to Canada with two great capacities. Our land satisfies him in both regards. He builds sewers and railways and he forms the connecting link in general between mother earth and the steam engine, the derrick and the drill. More recently -he has been walking into the black jobs in the mills and foundries. Such is his vo- cation. By avocation he is a reckless j consumer of spirits so reckless that he begins to carrv back record of crime. In the average BARNWELL _____; IS PROGRESSING New Business houses are opening up. Good openings in some lines yet. Next Spring will see a big inilux of settlers of liquor are bound to be beaten down never comes near to the ideals of his by the uprising of an indignant peo-J adopted country. He remains as for- eign in sentiment, in his hopes and South Alberta H umber Co. I pie." The Unionist press is more re- strained to await Baliour's battle call at Manchester to-night. How- ever, they laugh at radical talk of flouting democracy because every wording the Lansdowne amendment appeal. If people accept it, the bud- get will pass, the Lords notwit-hstand ing. The Times argues it is Lords who are modest and democratic and Lib- erals are oligarthic. The Lords have every reason for existence if they give the country time to reflect up- on the acts of a chance majority in the Commons. The Standard and the Morning Post also warmly approve Lans- downe's amendment. A privy councillor said -today to be prepared for a possible general elec- tion early in December. He thinks Asquith may yet come to Lloyd- George's belief that delay only arous- es public feeling for the budget. In any case election is now certain with- in the next three months. Meanwhile, Mr. Pease, chief Liberal whip, yesterday made overtures to Keir Hardie's Socialist organization to unite in the budget against tariff reform instead of splitting -the Liber- al vote as at Bermondsey. If they persist in placing Socialist candidates in Radical ...constituencies. Pease threatens that Radicals will be put up in constituencies now -held -by La-j his hopes aspirations, in his manner of life as he is foreign in birth. Strangely enoueh this country hoe he wields offers him noth- ing but the hoe, and beer and whis- ky. The "foreign quarter" in the av- erage industrial town and city in this province is as far removed the essence and spirit of Canadianism as though it had been lifted bodily one dark night from an ancient setting on the Mediterranean and; placed by morning here by an Ontario town side, wholly prosaic, very dirty, sometimes sordid. To this "foreign quarter" the church has seldom ven- tured and the schoolmaster 'has but the smallest acquaintanceship. It is a section of the community -where- pro- gress has never been interpreted. The country learns little or nothing -about the people except that they toil and monopolize a great deal of space in the' police column. An exception proving -this, truth about %the position of the immigrant ought to have some interest in this day when ihe lat.ion of the Southern European looms up as a grave "problem. A few years ago the Plymouth Cor- dage Company, which had been manu- 'facturing cordage at Plymouth, Mass., homes and Socialists. since 1S24, established large mills at Welland. Much of the labor, it would seem, might be classed as semi-skill- i ed. an industrial corner into which the foreigner fits with some snugness. A large percentage of some hundreds of workmen were accordingly drafted HEARTH-ENDING SCENES [rora the foreign Italian, AT STRICKEN CHERRY! the Austrian the Hungarian, the Cherry, 111.. Nov. was' re- Croatian, and a few French. ported this afternoon that Duncan MacDonald, of Springfield, head of these people Limited Wealthy Fanner Refused Daughter Medical Aid the Illinois branch United Mine Work- ers of America, bad asked Governor Deneen to withdraw state troops. The mine workers are said by some to feel that troops are not needed That was four years ago. are surefooted To-dav on the way to becoming The I r Now is the time tb buy lots in Barnwell, the new town that is already fariious for coal and wheat. Full particulars may be had from PHONE 279 CALL OR WRITE P.O.BOX 196 z W. H. JOHNSON Or GHRISTNER McLEOD, Calgary, Alta. I Second Floor Johnson Block 'Next Balmoral Hotel LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. -H-j. --H- II M I i i story of their transformation is prob- ablv unique in this country. The first thing the company on that day very liberal prizes are distributed for the best kept places, front garden, rear garden, vines, did j trees, a class for each. The fair lor was to Place its workmen in comfort- here. While the shaft is being tested able and well-appearin- homes. While to-da- learn if another attempt to open the mine would be safe, pathetic there was nothing expensive in con- struction there was at the same time WARRINER STILL IN JAIL Cincinnati, Nov. L. Warriner, .deposed treasurer of the Big Four Railroad, accused of em- bezzling continued a prison- er this morning, bail for him not hav- ing been secured. Mrs. Jeanet Stuart Ford, who was arrested on a charge of -having re- ceived alleged stealings of War- riner, spent the night in the womcns' department of the same jail. A bond for her was signed early to-day 'by a security bonding company and she was released. Prince Albert. Sask.. Nov. Charged with neglecting and refus- ing to supply medical attention to his thirteen-yeaa-old daughter Flor- ence, Frank Cherry, one of the wealth iest fanners- in the" district, has been arrested by his own son. He was given a hearing at -the Mounted ?o- j lice barracks this morning and was i 1908 had an added importance in that there was celebrated the opening j of the new playgrounds. The picture shows a game of baseball in a region of athletic endeavour which the foreigner has not yet invaiincL hut he takes a keen interest in. the game. Scanning the list of races and 1 appeals from the unfortunate women nothing cheap. Houses, these were, !of Cherry forced the mine officials to such "as" the foreigner had never enter- 1 turn their heads. With soldiers ?d before; electric-lighted, standing; by. one woman rushed new, clean with good plumbing i the sand covered top of the shaft and i and a dry basement. It is rumoured i contests and the tug-of-war one finds i threw herself upon the earth sobbing, jlnat a few bathtubs were used as j the foreigner of ithe fleet foot and the strong arm. This is one way of treating the for- eign workman and he has responded not only by meeting his employers on the level but also by assuming the duties of citizenship. What has been Many school children suffer from constipation, which is often the cause, of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham- berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their" effect, and will cure even constipation. Sold by all druggists, i information against -his lather. committed by Major Begin for at the next sittings of the supreme court. Three weeks -ago his daughter had her leg broken in a runaway accident and since that time the bone has been protruding several inches. The eld- est son sent, for a doctor, and it is understood that the father refused to allow the physician to dress the wound. The -cut remained open and the son. unable to see th ''Open the shaft, open the shaft." j coal bins that tlrsc winter, but. the Her cries ami her efforts to resist the jtub has since stepped up to fill the gentle attempts of the men to takejfu11 responsibilities of its position, ihcr away'attracted attention all over j A" area of one hundred and eighty 1 enclosure. "Open the shaft, j acres was laid out in these working- shaft." she repeated over'mcn's homes, and the streets were open and over "Mv father was down 'vvide and the boulevards ample. done in the Ontario town may be done a mine a week and he came out alive j Tt was the physical home that mark-! on the prairies. -and T know my husband and my! ed first stt'P in the journey to-i wards the new civilization. The next j MADAME STEINHEIL TO problem was to get hold of the chil-i dren and lit them for the public schools. The school instinct is onej I. P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Building Crabb Street Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 my hrother are not she wailed. j A nlirst, jpd hcr away still plead-1 jno. J Berlin, Nov. is fas becoming snow bound by a great i established. Here the children were storm that is sweeping over the whole! taught sufficient English and sufficient country today. Nearly all the tele- cleanliness to gain passport to the .suffering j oraph and telephone wires were down j public schools. The afternoons are FACE CIVIL SUITS Paris, Nov. H, Bur- lingham, the American .newspaper very far away. A kindergarten was; man who TO accugcd by Mme Stein. heil of complicity in the murder of of his sister any longer, swore out! this afternoon. It is impossible to I get through domestic messages. MXIarys New Patented Reservoir Idea. Buy the Sask-Alta range without reservoir, if in doubt whether you require this feature. Then, later on, if you desire the reservoir, why it's an easy matter to procure one and attach it yourself. You can attach or de- tach Sask-Alta reservoir instantaneously without use of a single tool. This feature is patented to Sask-Alta. Sask-Alta has several other exclusive features, such as Double Duplex Grates, Burnished Sur- face, Automatic Lift Top and Broiler Door, Pipe Collar Adjustment, Direct Draft Damper in Front, Anti-Rust Flues, etc. Any McClary agent will be delighted to show you Sask-Alta Steel Range. 24 LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agnew Co. 'If you live out 01 tovn write by the teacher in. the homes, and there soon blossomed under her touch- the nicely curtained window, fhe carpet and the table cloth. To- days lads and lasses from the kinder- garten and from the schools lead their parents to the stores. and fill the role of interpreters. The houses stood desolate enough m the beginning. Then they w-ere merely occupied houses. To-day they are homes. The transformation is a story by itseU. The companv offered to the tenants whatever flowers and shrubs and vines they might desire, and a man came all the way from Boston to tell the plainest secrets of horticulture. Ideas took root whh the ffift vines. The severity of the outlines died awav in verdure, houses spranf up from smiling borders of (lowers and held fast to clinging rc.i- drils. The Cordage Fair is the thermom- eter of progress. A tent mat looked like a full-brother to a Ringling Bro- thers' circus tent was filled with the fruits of tin- lauoi or Hie CuL'vlase work-people; flowers, vege- tables, one hundred and fiftv exhibits of poultry, preserved baking, fancy cooking, some of done fan- tastically into shapes of a.i.gators and serpents, fancy wor'c. an'I the products of the kindergarten. it is doubtful if any other fall Fare in tario had so interesting; so cw-it- able a hall exhibit. This the expenses of which are borne by the company, comes entirely f-om the gardens, the poultry and homes of the workmen. 'Fair day has another complicity in the murder the latter's -husband and step-mother, to-day brought suit against the re- cently acquitted widow demanding damages for alleged false ac- cusation. R-emi Couillard, the ser- vant in the Steinheil home, who was also accused of the crimes by -his mis- stress has instituted a libel suit against her. THEY FOUND THE CHURCHES HALF EMPTY Grasett appears to be after the churches as well as the theatres. He says that he will not allow any crowd- ing of the aisles in churches any more than in -the theatres. Men were sentj out last Sunday to see if the aisles in churches were crowded, but all re- ports that came in were to the effect i that the churches were half empty, j The complaint about crowding was made bv the Architects' Association. Ring Up T08 When you want DRAY1NG Done satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE I CANADIAN RAILWAY Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions Daily During December Toronto and points west In Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke-, Egans- ville and Twee'c! Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on ?ale November 31st to December 31st For Tickets, Complete Information, Apply to Agent, or S. B. MITCHELL, J. E. PROCTOR. Agent Pass. Agent Lethbridfte Calgary Cold Weather Is Coming A STORM SASH on that new 'house of will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber I 4- Office and Factory Cor. NUII and BOMFA5 STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smijh St, Phone 195 ;