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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. November 20, 1910. MADE W CANADA Is the Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY For making soap, softening wster, removing old paint, disinfecting links, closets, drains mud for taxay other A can equals 20 IBs. SAL SODA. UsefitI for 500 TT. CELLETT COH7A3TX JL1MIXEIX TORONTO. OVT. ARE THESE YOUR CLOTHES1 Would -you TOLERA13E this FILTHY and --UNSANITARY practice in an "all- white" steam laundry. Think of it. Give us a chance. Lethbriclge Laundry CdBijpaay 451 p. 0. Box 477 BIG HERALD CONTEST PAID IN MONEY BUT GOT NO JOB STREET RAILWAY STRIKE IJKELY Situation in Winnipeg Are Dissatisfied Winnipeg, Nov. point to a strike of street railway em- ployees." said.a well known labor man today. "The men are not at all satis- fied, with the present conciliation pro- ceedings and even should the arbitra- tion, board reach an agreement it is very -doubtful" whether the men would accept iL They are incensed at what they consider the discrimination by the company against the union "lead- The Names of Those so Far Nominated Who Will Compete for the Valuable Prizes The following is the list of candidates so far nominated in The Herald's automobile and European tour voiing contest. While the list is not a very ong one, every name it contains is a bona fide nomination. Subscribers of The Herald -will make no mistake in iupporting the candidates whose names appear below: DIVISION A. District No. that part of the City of Lethbridge lying north and east of the following boundary: Third Ave., from First Street to Sixth south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth, Ave. -to -Eleventh- St., south on Eleventh to city limits. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, corner Tenth St and Second Ave South MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 St. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBsth ,St CAMPBELL AJRD, 1302 Seventh Ave. South CHRIS. GIBSON. Agnew and Westminster. HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave. District No. that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south and west of -the above boundary.. entered at the police station this morning against the Un- ion Employment Agency by three men -who said, they were sent into the rnoun tains by the agency to the Watts-burg Lumber Co.; arriving there they fonnd there was no wori for 'them and were told titat tie company Md never- been in comnmnication with, the before the_ conciliation- board. ment agency. They travelled through the country, almost to Nelson, could find''.work. ,They had en- ough them- for a only resorteffjto -mem- This opinion is confirmed by the talk of the men wao appear to be work iip to the Bitter feel- Is shown on both sides in the opin- proceedings now- in pro- _ apparently are aggravating -blood between the-company the men. These, open proceedings oeiore they started, -but returned broke They claimed that the employment fters of the hoard fiad. failed ;to reach an agreement in private. The trouble agency had obtained their money and directlyi developed from the discharge sent them off on a wild goose chase of four of by false pretenses, and-asked that agency 'be at least made to refund them their fees. An officer was de- tailed to make enquiries from the em- ploymnt agency and discovered that it is continually changing ownership and tnat it now nad a different owner to what it did when the men were sent Into the mountains. Further enquiries will "be made and if possible an effort will be made to nave either the present owner or the past owner of the agency restitute the .i'ees collected from the three complain- ing men. "onion leaders on the .ey nad been freqaent- is MISS AGNES DOWSETT, Sixth Ave. South and tenth St. MISS OLIVE DAViES, Fifth Ave. South. MISS LJZZJE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. South MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South. DIVISION B. District. No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia over population. MISS SUSAN W1TBECK, MiSS MARY Alta. MRS. PARKE SOUTH WORTH. Pincher Creek, Alta. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta. JOHN R. MacDONALD, Hosmer, B. C. JOSEPH Y. Alta. District an towns m Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. ,-7 _ MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, Bellevue, Alta. D. L. KIM BALL, Grassy Lake. Alta, STANLEY M. WELSH, Barons, AIU, MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta, SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys and girls under 15 years of age. NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St. JAMES NESBIT, Stafford Village. WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh St. A. vi; GEORGE SUPJNA, 220 prise debate, readings and socials, j Portland and Seattle will be added" Oklahoma'is no? included in the IS eu" to the class of larger cities. In 1900 T_J i ..i cial m ihe judge. It is, however, expected that Judge .Beck will be down, to open court }pn Wednesday'. McKay, .of Toronto, held the morning and evening services in thc Presbyterian church yesterday f.t Tri cnurctt yestcwav fl for all dealers, and also on Foreign Missions ATI CT Q23c V DfiClC ll TC V rfl 1 f A j-l. .----------------O -v- Lilt- ilOuIiCPu and went back to thc specialist. purpose of forming a programme for; bring 39.4, against 31.S for the lat- that the He said the stont was smaller but he uie could not remove it although he tried for two hours and a half. I returned homeandcontinuedto take GIN PILLS. to my great surprise and joy, I passed thc stone. GIN PILLS are the best medicine in the world and because they did me so much good, I xvill recommend them all the rest of my 46 J. AtBETtT SAILORS WERE FLEECED Paris, NoV. Journal today condemns the practice of rapacious tradesmen at Cherbourg and Brest of overcharglcg the blue jackets of the uaericaa navy who, the saner almost loaded down with spurious coics. La Journal adds that the disorder on the part of the visiting sailors has been confined to an expression of righteous indignation or to the defence the Apache ele- Wines and Spirits Barclay Perkins' Brown Stout, per doz. Oatmeal Imperial Nips Guinnesses Dublin Stout, per doz. Budweiser, per doz. Schlitz Order Christmas hampers now ior future delivery Phone 613 ;