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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AfcMUTA, tATUHOAY, NQVCftifttR OtVtK The World of labor Ttpitt 4 bfcrat to ty i vUix ferfe Views opnstd off to G. Bradbeer aud Co., ed as the vc-uue for 1909, The labor the business house in the city to be granted, the union card. ThiB uieans that all the employees of this firm .are members of their respective unions. noV to the aieaiberi of the various unions to see that this enterprising -store receives .their pat- ronage when ordering groceries, etc. They are located in their new and commodious premises in the Stafford Block, and a large new stock of all you require being quickly tion. unpacked for your inspec- .While siting rliie above, I cast no reflection on a of other OK. in the city, who lack but having one member in -his Union to entitle them also to have this union card. The: fact that one store...h'uS now this embtem on display should prove an incentive to those bring a little more persuasion to bear 'on the individual members of their staffs unions in Toronto, as Veil as all over this country, will be delighted to hear this, as all kinds will ate from a visit cf this powerful or- ganisation. Ifii> expected that will be over delegates and visi- tors at convention, and the east. em city' will' find the time all tor; short to make the necessary arrange- ments, i'rank, Xorrison has completed. 12 years of arduous work in.the capacity of Secretary of the American Federa- tion of Labor; During that time he has'had the gratification of watching this body add members to its grand total. May he witness 12 times thai amount in the next- 12 years! outside busy. the -folds" of unionism. Get "Will, Some kindly disposed -person inform me what; the i -real reason is which prevents: the drivers of de- livery rigs "from sters' I satisfactory rfcason joining the Team- have heard of no forthcoming .and i.. non-union, men. doubt big movement be pleased to hear the reasons of these drivers, oa-thfe .-TL wasfTibt before rail- employees' across the line ..were forming into railway I 'heard re- cently that on.sonfxedines the different heads of departments received .in- structions to fire several men Belong- ing to; unions and f ill ,i their places There is no is on foot to break up organize'd labor, it is so .far satisfactory to learn, that an organization to be known as the Railway Employees' Department o: the of Labor is instituted. object, is to bring -.about a closer union, of the railway employees and seek to affil- iate all railway organizations into in held in Denver, and it thought employees .will be which include freight handlers., ma- chinists. car workers, blacksmiths, railway clerks, switchmen, mainten- of Avay arid ste'am Otters. al Opera." I wonder if tjiii work ii usually followed by two of Scotch, Today tlie Southern Alberta La- bor Bulletin makt-'s its bow Mot Oiily to ,the thousands of union mtm in this district, but to all the'reading public, in a conversation with "Bro, J. B. Kolgey, the publisher of this long-felt want, he informed me that he: was going to keep tlie Bulletin in the front rank as a news sheet re- garding unionism, and that its col- umns would be always open to all factions of the labor union move- merit. I trust' the venture will reap the reward it Lawt evening Bro. Kelsey gave out the information that on account of liberal patronage he had received at the hands of advertisers the paper will at once be enlarged to full seven columns, the same size as the Daily Herald. He says that he already has promise of correspondence from some of the leading labor men of "Western Canada. The sheet, he. says, will be right up to the minute in local labor news. Hut Labor Bulletin or not, the labor column of Saturday Daily Herald will still be continued in the future ns it. has in tin? past, and when this live daily increases, more space vs'ill be devoted io in3 cause. Color, Flavor, Fragrance arc the strong points of Trade-in the Old Country must .sure be suffering from a terrible para- lytic stroke. Mr. speak- ing in the debate on the Govern- ment's unemployment proposals, si id: amongst ather things: "In August last the Right to Work Council sent circulars to the trades' unions seed- ing information to- the extent of the figures tGgether, and 'Miniating that -only 15 per-oeut. of skilled artisans were out of most conservative es- that-the total'number, of skilled a got the number of unemployed. In reckoning the. unskilled the num- ,ber could always be safely put down the number of skilled ;ind unskilled artisans together they, ar- rived at as the number of each of these represented, in addi- tion to himself, two dependants again a very moderate they got the appalling total of as the., number of persons whose conditions the House was now considering." This state of affairs will make the Old a fine place to live out" of. In the course of the-last two months I have received several letters from across .the pond- drawing my 'atteh- amongst the 'The. 29th convention of the; Ameri- can :Federati6ii of Labor is to be 'held in Canada, Toronto being select- misery existing Wbra bwc to MM w to nut pike U to tfe H MIC tttc tor Si SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's COLOB, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friendfl. Are IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in LetHbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD girl to assist with housework. Apply Mre. M. Irvine, 021 Round t. S 296-2 servant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKeown, Westminster Road. 293 0 servant. Apply to Mrs. E. U. Rylands, or Hudson's Bay Store. 29-M5 SITUATIONS WANTED t by the hour or 'housekeeping by the monta. Mrs. J. Cross, Lethbridge P. 0. 294-6 On Sunday first, the Socialists are to have a busy day. Under their aus- pices Orgahixer C. M. O'Brien is to address two meetings. The first will take place iii Buxton's pool room in lsTo. 3_at 2.30, the second is in the La- bor Hall at 7.30. His address in the evening will be "Labor Power as a Commodity." Mr; O'Brien is the general organizer in Canada for the Socialist" Party and I am informed he is a splendid speaker: A few words on the .wholesale in- crease of salaries to our civic officials, always, and will be" to the in; favor of getting full value for services rendered, b.ut as ail honest and fair-thinking man, I cannot endorse the action'of the .City Council in increasing the salary of the. city when hard- er-worked officials are turned fn the latter respect I refer to Harry Pleetwood. What went wrong with pur civic fathers when his applica- tion for an increase was before them? Has the increase in the volume of work done by this hard-working offi- cial not warranted an increase? Raymond Raymond, Xciv. Mr, Marshall, of Plunkett, Savage Co., Calgary, is in town. Mrs. Gould returned honae from Cardston where, she has spent sever- al days with her son, Mr. White, who has been very ill. Tlie R. Y. P. S. held their weekly meeting last evening at 4 p.m. The subject was "Mission Work in Ko- rea" Miss McKay gave an excellent paper on the missionaries, and their work. Miss McRao gave a paper oa the location, life, and customs of the people. The spiritual evening held under the ausp.ices of the R. Y- P. S. shall be held next Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. '''BookV "that, delight and strengthen." It will be led by Rev. J. Cameron. Many people iu Southern Alberta are having their Thanksgiving dinner today. Those from the States like to keep their own "Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Fortune will, address the ladies Monday afternoon, in regard to tem- perance work and public reform. LOST AND FOUND bay mare, white strip down face, branded right thigh revert- ed L inverUd Y. Reward of for in- formation leading to recovery. Arch- ie Stewart, Eocky Coulee P.O., AHa. 292-8 collie pup, white patch on head; reward for information lead- ing to recovery. Apply J. McMaster, Bridge Foreman, C.P.R. yard. 292-6 I 'wonder wha.t the Council would wilL ia- Raymond have done "li'acl he threatened to "re- ain on Dcc- l3- Hc wil1 preach sign? -To my mind the Council would have done ample justice had unemployed -in Britain. I wonder if that bugbear of the So- cialism were in -would a brighter day. dawn for the "millions of uriem ployed? Did "I hear some one cf the morning in the Mormon meeting house. Iu the afternoon in Magrath crease as an addition to that ;bf 'Harry. Nai> Church- in- aiKl in th.e evening iu the Presbyter- this city and the Little Bow River oh Monday after- noon, a parcel, containing two skirts (one black and one also pair of slippers. Parcel was carried in .a pail at back of vehicle. Finder will please leave at E. C. Baines' elevator am1 receive reward. 92-6 stauon and Lyceum, a pocketbook, containing a sum of money and notes; reward to findfr. Apply at Herald Office. 293-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT. ISiotice is hereby- given that I im- pounded on Sunday, Nov. 22, in tne work, washing or cleaning, by respectable English wo- iu. Box 1283 Post Office, City.92-6 SITUATION and wife want a situation together on a ranch or farm, or in town. Address H. SIcGilliard, c-o Arlington hotel, Lethbridge. LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE sec- liou of land, with house and stable, partly fenced and only four and a half iniles from station. Can also locate homestead adjoining. Price per acre. Apply to Box 387 or E. T. McGregor, office Postoffice Block. 295-6 SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REQ ULAf lOMt be for s term oi at in aoauiU renUl old, may luunestead a quarter-section available Dominion land, in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta.-.The applicant must appear in person At the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry by. proxy may be made at any agency on certain by father mother, son, brother or ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon 'ind cultivation of the land in of three yeara. A homesteader may K.Ye within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 90 ac-xa solely .owned and occupied'hy him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister." In certain district} a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 53.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of sLt yeara from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has .exhausted homestead right and cancel ob-.- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price 13.00 per _acre. reside six months in each'of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house, worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. door south of J. H. dence, Glyn St. Fleetwood's resi- 93-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR wicker baby carriage. Almost new. Apply corner Argyle Ave., and Westminster road. Phone 288. 293-6 In replying to ads in this column kindly follow instruc- tion stated in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi- tional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co, LONG BROS.Proprietprs Office opposite Balmoral PHONE G3 TT-II And ot Section Gi of the Village i r ii r n -i Act in respect of the following vil- Personal consultation in Studio, __ the residence of Mrs. Wm> HuttonJ Courtland St., AJta. j W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Lethbrfdfe Specialist in Fireproofing, Sanita- tion, Heating and .Ventilation. Ernest fc. Carver M.R A i 1908 Manager Lsthbridge Office Bryan Block "ine vuiagv oi ctiuifig anu lage of Stavely. And of Section 19 of the School As- sessment Ordinance in respect of thej following School Districts, School Districts Xos. 458, 510, 531, 678, G94, 825, 1156, 1379, 1331 and 1455. Dsiosl at Edmonton 10th day of JXO. STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Unuinded Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Pinters and Ranchers Solicited Drafti tuoney Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetRbrMfe Brtftth: Cotldale Rock, St. OOOOeOOMOM0000000000 We have the teams and ve're here to do business 8nyiH i Cwtmt lirt of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get OUT prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. W. G. Hate, PHONE 180 ;