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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 25.1911. i J Women Are Shrewd Buyers That's why so many of this City's best housekeepers buy their, groceries here. Starting: with today, and Thursday, there will appear in the Lethbridge Daily Herald Some Groceries THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF OTFK KEGULAR PRICES Clovernill Creamery is none just as good as brand, 'G-uaraDteed Mrsf class Eggs, per 40C fine per Ib 24c tfvi I ii TI I r) Bacon, per Pure Lard, price per -3 Ib.paH 60C _. l Cream 2 cages' f of -35.C Wfeconsin Cream BriekGlieese, per 35C JSiuest Ontario Clieese. per -_20C 1 Potatoes, grweet Potatoes, price i 'fb'r'-U ;25 C Taleneia for 25C Pie gaa'd ojrjpljes; JU eiT ID. ff[ Httbb ar d Squash, far ger and pir 1157' 5 C Tancy eating apples 3 Ibs 2Sc Pancy Ibs :.Grood GooMng.apples 25 C- "per dozen; 45c. 50c aaid California lemons, best i-v- Calif ornw -lemons, good 4, 75C -Fancy IB ___________ 25 C Put up in qt sealers; eaek ggg Put pt. sealers, each In tne comb, eacli .Walnuts, Almonds. Gilberts and Peanuts." fresh roasted, per Ib. 20c Pecans, per :3b. .30c SHELL'ED shelled wholesale prices have advanced from oc to 8c "per Ib. Our price is. still per Ib. t .50C 'shelled Almonds, price'per Ib 50c shelled ver fine. er.l ..White. Eose Toilet Soap, a yery fine soap for toilet purposes and an extra large cake. Price- 6 cakes for 25C Castile 8oa-p in one Ibs bars. 2 for 25C Levita. for mechanics. 3 lanre cakes -25c Lifebuoy Soap, per cake Sunli'ght, per cake _.s. iBorax Soap..-an extra-fine laundry 4 for v .1 _ our goods a price; is. possible to sell goods for. We in a position to yiiir mcwiey We you to compare the of our goods and it-he prices we are 'setting them at with others. THE GOOD CO. HIGH CLASS Wholesale and Retail Fruit and Produce. Phone 523. Prompt Delivery, GOVERKNT FOR Text of Resolutions Presented to Premier Sifton are TO Premier Siito'h oii Tifes- by the deputation from the Trades Congress: ol.the Alberta. Executive bi .-the Trades :Lacpr Congress of Canada, and repre- "seotatives of the organized oi beg. leave-. to sulimit for yoXir earnest favor- able action the -'loildvring 'matter's touching the. welfare oi the wage-earn ers of Liberia. 'Abolition. of property r power_ given go t'heck in extreme.oases'auv sudden in- flux of immigrants habits of life or.physical.or moral charactcris- _ ,tiou for, holding: public Wheztas ih'e ''working class is -depriv of" representation in the municipal ihrougk the -unjust property. qualification, .-which- is necessary in .towns and .municipalities-, as, -such qualification is'n'ot necessary to be a ineniber, of '.parliament ,.y or prime minister ot" the ;prbvmcci; arid whereas, this unjust, measure', is giv- ing, ou inouey instead tics .are' repugjiali Canadian .ia or whose; entry -in 'unexpect-ed .large numbers would tend to lower the Cau adian --standard pt -living or would; have :ac unsettling- upon local 'labor-' i -i: 13. our Canadian winters severe and motor-: men and conductors on the. street rail i way. cars are 'compelled to stand in a'i cold vestibule, and whereas, they 'have to put -on So much clothing in-1 order to warm that they are ham Per-ed in the operation of their ..ears 7 1 we. therefore', urge the. passing of "leg- the heating; oi the vestibules- oif- "-ail- street "cars the: same, the' body :pf the the enactment oi5 legislation, or amendments to present acts.- as ihe 'erection. of. scaffolds and .floors, so as to- prevent loss erection of buildings, of es- oi 'intelligence; that -u-e" ask a-toe- pro- vincial, government to abolish this t qualification, ;aiidA amend the -charters j peciany, the'vmottern steel- const-rue-1. ot those. towns cities wherein j also ;t-hat inspectors.. sudr classes-obtain, .-and not issue ('appointed, jo. .see that such-acts are any charters to n-ewr. towns with such property, 2. the householder's. tax as ,a .qualificationx-ior..municipal Also provide.- for proportional rep- resentation constituen- -cies: .and.'abolish municipal ivards; Alxuition ot election; deposit., 4. Abolition of, "p611 ex- empting; -tax on income, less than'' per year. i. day .3. Therinsertion" or.a clause "in, alij'1' be-j pay workmen not -less .thaa the recognized enforced. .15. Re. Compensation .Act oi 1908. "Clause Belete the words after.] 4 in height''] also! add -means, the _ Coal-Mines-Act; -Page 10. Line 5-7 Delete! the word "accordingly" and insert at} "truly weighed''" the '.words on all srovern- jfore r HOWELS, i: i Calgary, an d House Furnishi That the kind of Furn- iture you are needing is just what we are handling. We hstve ail exten- sive line oi Furniture ngs specializing this week in Beds, Springs and Mat- tresses. Our Japanese lines are alsd well wxir your inspection. Better come before they are all gone. PrbviHeial'; eaiployment "bureau: sreas.- t-he systein of .employment Tyflreatis in the province of Alberta. are places of exploitation and. are dangerous, and. it is- not important, .an w. of our: id-'prevent -._; false representations, wei.A -i _. "urge th'at'an -OCC eaus are "necessary they shall'be main tained by toe provincial .government, tii'e transa'ctioris of'the sard be-.-reported The positions in the bureaus to be i filled condi-- ness of Bill Passing: in Nor. .iik- ,jze.j and recruiting offices for; erS. ed sorv the weekly payment wages in cash in.; wherei: the eraploy- "er discharges or where i a'timtmstra- two the- --boarfi. of governors and' "the senate- the .vest- ed'in the'board of governors, wiaich {.shall .consist, of the" chancellor and 'r'prc'sident.qt'tlie' university, ivho shall be cxroffieio. members. thereof, and seven" persons appointed- by- the sen- ate. The appointed' members shall office ior-vsi-x years. .by i ,r___ act -to expropriate.any -real 'propcr-ty -week.- When it, comes before the that may be required for the' purpose T House it ik nie'et" uiaking .due cocn- opposition and as'it at pres- Pensation -.therefor. -.The boar'd 'shall "ent will the lieutenant gov- tirc'employee leaves the service'of the t employer, all wages due to the em- j; Iployee to-be-pitKl- within twenty-four j.hoiirs after leaving the employment; also providing that, in-cases where t-he employer to 'comply in con- sequence" "employee is placed under the necessity of carrying "a.-dditionaL expense while -for the employ- er's shall bo responsible and. be held liable to pay the employee, such expenses incur- .9, Whereas, public utilities 'are gen- erally controlled and owned by cor- porations and individuals, in. this Do- minioii, and wjiereas. mosc of t-he fran chises are for extended periods, which enables-corporations" to'add a capital through stock, etc., rendering it -extremely difficult for jnunicipa-1 i authorities to acquire-same, we there! fore" urge the. cnactm-ent of iegisia-i tion which Avill enable the public u> take over and operate any public util- ity, in their jurisdiction at any time they deem fiv irrespective- of any Term being granted for said franchLv- j es. wtieii -upon a majority, vote of the I voters interested it is. so .decided. To. An aft be provided prohibiting "the employment .of children under six i years oi ag.o. j II Also legislation be enacted mak ing U t-ompulsory -for all machinery to safeguard i ilie lites of omployees. 12. Re Immigration: Resolved that, whereas, there is a systematic endeavor bemg'made- in. ibis country Great Britain by Immigration Societies and: enxploy.ers Jbbor v- jtindermint-.the salutary provisions of the. law dealing with immigration. Statements are issued from time to time, that labor is-scarce and that the immigration restriction, should be i modified. The only labor that is iscarce in 1his country is the cheap varierr. There ape plenty of workr-rs I where decent living wages are ofici- Railway contractors and others periodically" express their inability to I proceed witli '.hcir work unless tlwy arc permitUM? in import Asjirtie anrl other cheap labor.'- We therefore pc-j lition the Logis-1 lature 10 a law requirinc-; that; when statements ate. made public- as to tho number of employees ivaalcrt" here, thfre or, cisev.'hcrc, that, the. name of the epiployer requiring help sliouid hp published a-t the same timr, as well as the wages. Particular attention is drawn to of the.Immigration Aci. It reads as "The Governor in Council tjnay by proclamation or order whenever" he dcemes it 'necessary or expedient......... (c) Prohibit for a stat-ed period .or perrcAnontly the-landing in Canada or the landing at .any specified port of entry in Canada of immigrants% longing to any race deemed unsuited j to the. climate or requirements of] Canafia, .or of immigrants of any specified'class, occupation or charac- j tor. The explanatory note of the Hon. Mr. Oliver in draft bill submit tod to the read: "There should suece'ed-in.being "eryst-alizctl into linancial .trans- islation. In order '.possible., that ...some, radical changes! chancellory the chpirmair of TIT I mTf "APr -jmarr'bc pronioters: -It .is [..the, the university, -'the! Vf Ail I II Al T llr I i he" bill may .pass if-'-a president7'b'rf'-'pliierT-hiaSir'bf iatcii. college, .the deans. of facul- ties or all'pejrsons who at any time'have occupied; the ofiiee of chancellor. or of university. The faculties'-shall be represented by the deans of .the faculties respectively; one" member shall be appoiatecT .by the Law-soci- y pa. ili-'rovision inserted" .an -en- -must "be i operations are be- and that the cliarter shall lapse I in. two years if the fund is" not sub- scribed by that time.. 'f-' bill is very similar new Provincial XJnivcrs -ctf.v, and-lcn convocation.. The "senate shall have its unties: the internal, econ- omy of the .The -remainder of the bill provides- thfc. machinery for carrying, out the details of and al -'clause makes proviso-for the ed-; ueatibn of 'women in. such manner: as- may be deemed .most fitting provided .that no woman, shall by rea- sex vantage .accordcil TO" male' CHANGED 'Soir.e people about the execution of con- victed, of .'thi', murder "of-'Aiex Lazaruh- in May which is'.to take on. the fifteenth of next month m the room yard; at the mounted police-barracks.. -j 5-- Bciag in tj.e "heart of the residen- eial section of the .-city and practical- lv "the rTiiriv For mfxing been- inveiiteci, lou: ipht'.alongside '--.-of the .effect oti-many-ch'ilclreR sensitive people will. not..bfi very; goqcll cbncreie has 1 haPs take- a. y-car or two to deface: ,bvai r-holes in tlie "-'blade, UnVperforationralTo'wing actions., to secure its adoption it is "The senate shall be composed of the face a finer finish.' It that' tne- city, should take "the- matter-' np with' "the 'authori- building -east of, WHEN THE FAMILY GATHERS 'ROUND T'ui? .JLJLJjy TJl? A T? X JLV JL JL JL all the great entertainers of the world can be with them to enliven the evening, if they own a gram-o- phone. Caruso and Scotti, Melba and Sembrich will all be there. Through the TO the family can listen to Sousa's Band, Harry Lauder and a host of instrumental solos and duets of renowned musicians and the latest popular airs of the day. the best dance music, the most excruciatingly funny comoHy specialties short, to almost whatever type of music they different selections. Anv Victor- PAYMENTS IF DESIRED) Berliner dealer will be glad to play whatever records you wa.Dt to ask. Be sure you hear the Victrola. Double-sided records sell at'90c. for the by mail lOc. extra for postage. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO., LTD. MONTREAL Whei Thinking of Xmas Gifts, Remember the Grtm-o-phone and this trade mark. ;