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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTMBRlOOi, AL0CRTA, SATURDAY, 21, II PAGE The World of later Tifics rf Classes britd to ferfe Viewi expressed 'lite of Canada, have been for yuars past representatives tutorship of Bro. J. B. Kelsey, lino- type machinist operator on the Daily Lo to write the law; not .-ouly to write the but to enforce it with thut instrument called gov- ermneat. By legal ouacttneut these law-iuakers have given over the na-j resources of the to has now developed into corpor- ations. Tim corporations, having sc- oured all ttui workers had to give them, arc now asserting their legal a-igfet of This is oaly as it can lie. Grant wen or s, corpora- tion' th'6 right to own a thing and we must, to be consistent-grant the 'to do as they please' with what legally oolongs to them. The value rof Uese "grants" to corporations is not in the thinff itself; but in .that it gives them the command of wage-la ths title-deeds to jobs. It used be ownership of bodies; it is now Mitarely thfc ownership or control of jobs. It's cheaper, and therefore more- profitable. Up to this time that of the labor market termed Herald. It's a Trades Unionists- good thing, -boost it. Bro ive him another opportunity, uatil uch -time that you can point out the rror of his ways and perhaps hrough. that method you way be o jnake u good citizen of Sonnabcnd, in Machiuiwt Journal. Taber organized labor has never questioned the right of corporations to own jobs, and with it that portion of wealth they produce but do not home when whistle blows. Not only are the corporations enforc- ing their legal right of ownership; but they refuse to even feed the slaves cannot make u profit out of. This, too, is the. only thing they. can aad themselves -survive." Then, what the wage earner's of Canada arc 'really confronted with is the result of their owu undoing. In other words they have received what they voted -for. If this be so, and organized la- bor finds itself at the cud of 'its teth- er, confronted with the brick wall of -ownership of the earth by a few cor- porations, in Labor's name, what is there loft for us to do but .to set ab- -ou-t the task of the earth to those, who Or at least the portion of it used to rob .labor, capital. The Lord giveth; the Lord taketh away. So with the When we secure possession the law-making powers, the title- deeds to the jobs will be abolished; -collectively used property will be made collectively- vised' property; pri- vately used property will be private- ly-owned property; production for profit will cease and production' for use commence. The .labor market, poverty, prostitution, and a -dwarfed and starved human race, will place to industrially freo wen ;and a free women, ami a new civiliz- ation will have been born. Let us -cease acting like animals. 'And be H. T. Pettipiece. THE NONVUMO-N' i'he non-union man ulways gets pre erencc employment, with irm who desires to pay lit tie wages, or reduce wages an increase tho working hours at thei will. As soon as such firm is fiod that uo union exists among the employees, conditions are invariabl inlruclueeu which would make tb. Jjlack slave-owner of former years blush to think that it was necessary for him to" give, the best, oi- care, to his black slave in order that he may not lose him, when tho white slave could without cost und replaced without cost at any time he outlived his useful- ness. His employment is a good business policy as hf can bo retired nt any time and a cheaper man pet in, Ms place. His words' are of'no account, as advanced -society does not desire hi.s company, even for the 'good that he may desire'to do, for they are attributed to selfish motives. The noivunion 3s an Taber, Nov. many friends of Mr. Charlie Ramsey (a miner) en- gaged at the Canada West .Coal Co.'s nine, will be pleased to learn that he iias entirely recovered from his in- juries as a result of being thrown from a buggy in a runaway accident on the 12th inst. He is now at work as usual. Mr. W. D. Caiwllfch, Macleod' taleAted pbotorapher, who is and has been touring the principal citic- aml towns Southern Alberta, tak- ing views of public and private build- ings, street scenes, is in town todiiy delivering his excellent photo- graphs, all of which show artistic Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Herald Market Place Whca Uve uythfof to or It Kit place it in tkis ctlMU. U you wait uytkitf we 25c ft tor SI SYHOP5II OF COAL MINIMO ULATIOMft Coal minim rifbu ot (be iu the Yukon tlw MONEY TO LOAN on improved farms. No delay. H. Vacbeth Agency, Post-office Block. 283-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR made it of friends. Are YOU one yet of ignorance 'aifd conceit; He is a and caanot be relied upon. "His "existence or strug- gle for a living' depends entirely upon the success of trades' union. When ho manages to get conditions and wages indirectly through the un- Jt is exceedingly gratifying to noto that some of our merchants and busi- ness men have already -cleaned their grimy and- mud-besplaitered show windows. Others, no doubt, will soon fall in line, Taber is greatly in need .of a food iaspector. Some articles are daily in sight that should be condemned and disposed of at the crematory. George Ketchniark is suffering slight but painful attack of appendi- citis at his home. Dr. Aikins wa: called in and administered relief. At this writing the patient is convaiesc ing. W. A. M. Bellwood, editor and .manager.of, the Taber 'Free Press been for upwards of two weeks ;coniined' at home suffering from severe cold which has apparently set 'tied in the bronchial tubes. Hope entertained for his speedy recoy- .eYy. Mr. Westlake is editing the pa- per during his illness. IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea U Sold only ift Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. WANTED Two rooms wanted by tiro young ladies. Apply liox W., Herald office. 288-0 ol yewi at ta of acre. Koi more than viU be leased to oue applicaot. Applicaiioa for muM made to the or WANTED A barber, (good location. Apply Box X., Herald Office WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant in note- or private house. Stirling, Alta. Bertha Bossert 287-6 CIVIC NOTICE Notice is hereby giren that the fol- lowing sections of -By-taw No. 4, re- lating to Health will be rigidly en- forced. SECT f ON -WANTED Two young men to share room and board, per week in a private house. 1215 Bartlett St. Courtland St., corner 290-1 WANTED Washing at home, called for and returned. Also boy 14_ years old, work by day or week. Apply J Max Vogel, P. 0., City. 290-1 ion, he brags of his skjll instead of; giving the union credit. When he loses his job. he expects to get a, job in a good paying shop and feels in- dignant that union men refuse to work with him. Then ho starts to assail tho union until he is told that he is privileged to work where of his independent are .employ- j cd and polite remarks is informed that trades unionists wash their own dirty linen and do, not seek assistance from those who do not contribute their share financially and morally. I He is a misfit to sociotj-, continual The' firm of Ervine Todd, Imp- lement dealers, has been dissolved. Mr. E. Ervine is retained and will have full charge of the company's business. Mr. 'R: G. M. Todd 'has gone !to Vancouver, B. C., where he anticipates taking- a college business i course this winter. iVIrs.' Mary L. Edwarda, practical nurse, returned yesterday from Spring. Coulee and Magrath, after one month's absence professionally. Mr. S. Ervine walked to town from his homestead yesterday a distance Taber.' The Southern Alberta Labor Bulle- ain. a strictly, non-partisan labor pa- .per, will be published in Lethbridge, "'Vol. 1, No. next week'. It will be- a five column, four, page iomigntly publication at the start. It is under the sole ownership, managership and of 14 miles, arriving rather hungry and footsore. He has erected there a neat little coUage and in the .-pring ly standing in the way ;of -advance-ji intends breaking and drilling 50 acres iuent, usually encouraging tin whole- Hft return at once and there re some creatures to take the jobs Untif spring when he will return shops where men are battling for ira- to loofc ajter' business interests in pi-ovcd conditions. He is tho one man who can per- form, the wonderful contortionist of gitlipgiLhMteaUi by boastv Sng'of his independence in the streets- and crouchincr nntl cringing like a whipped cur at the feet of hip-'nias- tcr. He is as dangerous to society us the sneak thief who is allowed to! roam .the .streets freely. you a non-union man sympathize with him and explain to hhn tho necessity of joining the un- ion. If you fail to convince him hit him -in the placo where, his brains ought to he and kick him where they you-'think his case-is. not rational, ,Any building heretpfpre or here- after erected within the City situated upon property fronting? or abutting on any street or lane in which both a sewer and water main exists shall be connected with thif sewer and wa- ter main and the 'necessary piping and fixtures including -water closet and basin shall be'- placed in such building so that the s cellar drains nd privie may be properly drained nto said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION 84 Any person who- shall keep poul- ry, shall maintain the house, build- ng or petis in whicb, the same shall e kept in such clean state that the neighbors or passengers may not be ncommodfed by. the "stench therefrom and such poultry' must be kept con fined on the premises of the owner TO LET A five roomed house, per month. WANTED A young man accustomed to sheep. Apply 10 Argyle Ave. 287-3 WANTED wanted at Woodpecker mines. Apply Thomas Irvine, Min- ott, Alta. 285-6 WANTED Girl for hotel work. Hngton Hotel. Apply to Ar- 281-O the district in which the riffcU Ap- plied for are situated. In nurtejred territory (he IAD' muat be by Bectioof, or W gal lubdmsioua of aeciioM, aod territory the tract ed for shall be nUked out Each application cuuat k panied by a fee of vhiob will reloaded if rifhta apt'Udd foe art not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid oa the met- chan table output of the mine at UM of five per too. Every of coal aiming which are not being operated ahall furoish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least oaoe in each year. The will iaelude the eoal mining rig hta only, but the may be remitted to purchase whatevw available surface hghto may be eoo- sidered necessary for the working ol Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 Golemaii Coleman, Nov. D. Hughes of Crow's Nest is spending few days in tovrn the guest of Mrs A FOR RENT furnished cottage almost new centrally located. E. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 FOR SALE South African veteran scrip, cheap R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 2S8-0 TO RENT Furnished cottage in good locality Bath, furnace, terms moderate. Ap- ply Box Y., Herald. 288-0 j. McDonald. J. E. Upton oi Pincher Creek has thereof. BY-LAW NO. 15, PENALTIES, Any person any wagou, carriage, .sleigh, of any description' or riding any bicycle or riding or driving any Itbrse or other anima across any ditch; other than at regular crossings' provided, .for..thfis purpose, or along or across any- bou- levards or space lying between the line of any ditch and the sidewalk or outer line of the street, shall be guilty' of a breach of this By-Law 'and be liable on conviction for each HORSES FOR SALE One good team 5 and 8 years old weight 2800, can be seen at H. Byers place, east oi the eld McKnigh dairy, North .Ward first house, eas of Chamber Bros.'s dairy. FOR SALE One baby carriage nearly new; Fo particulars apply to Wm. Taylor 123 Bompas street, east of Police' Bar- racks. BOARD WANTED Room and board wanted in private ouse, with no other boarders. Batji oom and other conveniences desired. pply Box J., Herald office. 289-3 FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit rees and small fruits, faces on two treets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 irabb St. the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ot the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion W. W. OOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol tbii advertisement will not be tor. TO RENT Shack in North Ward, close in. Ap- ply Box D., Herald office. 386-0 FOR SALE A large grand piano for saVe, suit- able for church or concert hall. En- quire of G. A. Stevens. chairs. Also 250 FOR SALE For the next ten days Hrs. G. A. Stevens will offer her entire house- hold goods for sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is all new. Gall early and get a bargain. THEATRE Miss Hazel Salmon Songs, Dances and Char- acter Impersonations DODE HALLSMAN The origiaal (College Kid, assisted by the WEBBER SISTERS Illustrated Feature Pictures MOVING PICTURES tfTEItUONIT Next Door to HermU Office Mr. Farman's Airthip The Student's Predicament Leap Year Proposal 1000 Feet of Real Comedy HYACINTH HAMPTON Stote M Illustrated been in town' for the last few. das looking after his business interests. Wm." Waterston, of Vancouver is registered at the Grand Union Ho- tel and has been in town all week. Mr. Waterston is selling some New Westminster real estate. .D. J. Rill returned on, Monday from a short visit to Penticton and other Okanagan points. The warm rains that, have been falling for the last few days would indicate that Coleman must be in the banana belt after all. D. visited Nelson during the former, part of the week. h oifcnce penalty in the dis- s cretion of tlie convicting, Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not exceeding Twenty-five Dollars. IMPROVE ACT, VIL ACT AND Coaldale j Goaldale, Alta., Nov. La: dies' Aid Society met at'Mrs. De- pew's Wednesday.. The next meeting will be "'at Mrs. Patchings. Mrs. 5. Linblad is quite. doctor was called from Lethbridge FOR SALE Lots 10 and 11, Block 33. Apply to Mrs. J ,L. Stovall. FOR SALE One horse, 6 years old. Apply to Mgr., Hudson's Bay Co. 286-6 WENT ORDINANCE Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Local Improve- ment Act, Village Act and School Assessment Ordinance the Honour- able Mr. Justice Beck has appointed Tuesday. January 12th, '1909, at Ten o'clock, a.m. at Court House in NOTICE TO PARTIES INTENDING TO SUILD I am prepared to complete build- ings in the shortest possible time. Have had 24 years experience in con- tracting- and carpenter work. Can save both time and money by fig- uring with me. Estimates made in 10 minutes. C. J. Lanman, Gen. Del. .JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. TO RENT Front room and use of sitting room to one or two respcctible young Men. Apply 811 Redpath St. (Opposite Dr. Mewburn's.) 286-5 Miss Margaret SVUcpherson Friwer, A. T. C. M. First. Class, "Honor Graduate of Dr. ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to suitable for men of quiet habits. Apply to Mrs, Bobt Adam, Fisher St. TO LET Eight roomed new cottage on cor ner of Bartlctt and Courtland Ste. Hot and cold water, furnace and all modern conveniences. Ready Dec. 15. Apply E. U. Rylands. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head cl a family, or any male over 18 'ild, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in penoa at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry Dj proxy may be made ai any agency on certain conditions, by lather, mother, son, daughter, brother er flw er of intending homesteader. months' residence upon id cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles o{ his home- stead on a farm of at_leaat 88 actua solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, broitsr or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per acre. Dutiee. reside six months in each of six years from date ot LOST A new grey Russian Lamb cap, between A. Macdonald C-o.'s and E. J. Hill's, aid Office. last night. She is some better today Mr. Irving', the Mas spy-Harris salr-sman. is in town today. Mr. and Mrs. T. Patching, and son, Willie, returned from North Dakota yesterday morning. They have been away several weeks. Mr. Arthur Stewart is back in Coaldale again for a short time. He has been away for about nine months. Mr. H. A. Suggitt shipped pounds ot potatoes to Taber today, receiving a good price for them. the" City of Lethbridge for, the Fisher, Musical .Director of ing of a Court for confirmation of the the Toronto Conservatory of Music, returns made under the OF PIANO AND THEORY of Section 91 of the Local Improve- ments Act in respect of the following Local Improvement Districts, Bbwville Bowville. Nov. very remark- able growth o! pansies is still in bloom in Mrs. Robt. Burps' flower garden. Mt. B. W, White, the mail carrier, has purchased a new driving team and ir. now prepared to tako people to their destination after reaching Bowvlllc. ilrs. John Johnson has gone to Minnesota to visit her sister who is rtot expected to live over last Mon- day evening. A thanksgiving dance WAS given in tho halt. A big crowd was present and everybody had a good lime. The first meeting of the North Star Literary Society was held last Wed. nosday evening at Mr. Wintori's place at Barrhill post office. A big crowd was present. Mrs. Robert Burns' brother, J. P. Heald and W. Lofccnbock, from N. B. arc here- looking for land. Mrs. W, M. Faulhavcr has gone to 'Wisconsin to visit her folks. Local Improvement Districts 602 and 605. And of Section 67 of the Village Act in respect the following vil- .ages, The Village of Stirling and the Vil- lage of Stavcly. And o? Section 19 of the School As sessment Ordinance in respect of the following. School Districts, School Districts Ncs. 458, 510, 534, 673, 694, 825, 1156. 1379, 1331 and 1455. Dated at Edmonton this 10th day of November, 1903. JNO. STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Reward. Leave at Her- 283-0 LOST On Smith St. between Redpath and DuSerin streets, a gold mounted Elk sin engraved "L.H. to Alice." Find- r return to L. H. Fowler and receive reward. 386-O entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultiTftit fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted. his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain, Price 13.00 reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W. W. COKY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. A SNAP In North Ward, three roomed cot- tage, all painted, built on two lots, all fenced. Price for quick sale, only Apply E. T. McGregor, office Postoffice B'ock, or write Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 287-6 CANADIAN ANNUAL Fresh Oysters At the Restaurant; Shoi t Orders at all Hoars Oliver Block Phone 228 Financial Aleuts. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royil Collieries Ltd Ail Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE About six acres of land, all fenced and cross fenced, three strands o wire, about four miles from city, ir rigated. A shack 10 x 10, chicken house 12 x 12, stable 12 x 14, 3 acres cultivated, also a cellar dug out 15 x 25 by 5 feet deep. Will sell or ex- change for about three acres in the1 city, with buildings or withcst. Let me knoF what you have to exchange, where located and price. Send hill particulars to Box 322. LethVridge Postoffice. 285-6 EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS ESTABLISHED ISG-i Merchants Bank of Canada The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. His been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accwnts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Selkited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Uthbridge Branch; Block, St. Low RoTind Trip Bates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of issue, finest Equipment, Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist Cirs on all Through Trains 2 Thrwih Earess Trains Mii? TLJC Leaves Winnipeg daily at 23.10, ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. L. M. JOHWrOHE Barrfettr and Sclktor Ofioe TJVKW ;