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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTMMIOOC, ALBtlTT A, SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, PAOf The World of labor Afcb if rrttUy mi bavtiaiy CMici Cftrropufect at Tipits if It Lakv Oases Md Urfe .Regarding the true story of the man threatened V; lire one of the men working in the same ottice, here worker 'attend- j the :tiie facts: The xor vi Liberil Club in the city and the morning mentioned the -fact of the bosses in the office .that hod joined tne newly-formed asso- ciation. I am unaware of the exact -words which followed, but sufficient to say that these were to the effect "that if that were so he lie (the worker) should Wouldn't that jar you? And this is supposed to be a free It is a matter to regret to one personally that I am forbidden to publish the name of this, man who thinks he can a man for "dar- voice his own opinion or reg- ulate his private actions. Had the on the other leg and the threatened such an unspeak- able action, I .shudder to think of much' printer's ink wpuld have the ari4' it will continue' in the future as it has in the past, to improve the economic conditions and' advaiice the best interests of labor in i all and directions. The police of Warren, 0., have formed a union and adopted a scale Eureka Ckatre Hest door to nia Office ProgrftftB for Monday aad {4 SaSdjeetr Sensational Comedy Cyclistf> 2 GifsW fW Jii rrht Comprising feet of 3 TW ml Data ArtUt finest picture films, also Miss Slaud Booth Illustrated Songs PRICES lOc and I5e 7.30 and 9 tin we art trivfcg away at Wright's UM Jewelar save your coupons his turn came to speuk alter u ing spoken of -by the chairman, as. "the fi--st man in Southern Alberta.' for all extra duties performed. They; Ik-fore entering'upon the- discussion have issued a proclamation und al--of the 'though the chief has not approved of stated their action the "boys in blue" d'v clare that' "advanced policing" has stay. For work at tlie bas-4- I issues of the in reference campaign, he to the public square that he believed that if Mr. Simmons or. Mr. Pettipiece had been in his position, either one would have ball park the charge will now be I done as much as he did to secure! .11, for the first'hour and 50c for each succeeding hour. For any day work outside their regular beats' they de- mand for an 8-hour day. The the- squar.' for the city. He was i-y the matter had been mentioned S in the campaign. With reference to the statement made that Mrs. Ma- bridegroom will have to pay if' grath still had stock in the A. E. he wishes a policeman at his wed- I, Co., he said that neither of ding. For attending wakes in their official capacity a fee of an hour had 'aiiy but that not want the vote of any man who objected to will be enacted. Cigars put investing his money where he of. business as legal tender. wanted to. He then briefly reviewed The trade union demands that em-j his political history and explaind why ployers shall treat their workmen as'he was an independent Conservative :teen spilled to make the facts pvib-jthey themselves would wish to ba In advancing his claims for election, 15c- treated if they were in the work- he do not claim to be better ------r I men's places. Can anyone justly find! than any otherman. I have attended I can'only attribute the fact that fault with this? to business and have neglect .H! poli- tics but I think that I know what this Just right here" is1 where I desire to .country needs as well as any man." j itirt wl i TM Ant. f n a ovwiiilr AVO lVn J lie did not carry out his threat to the .fact that he got a hunch would lie something pretty The "firing" of a man in his is; soniething he cannot nor signing his own death -warrant in this-strong union city, 'and -future I would suggest that he be particular never to bite off more than lie can eat. Think it 'over. The American Federation of Labor "have issued- the.: following watchword, with alterations; may also submitted ta 'the Canadian unions, viz: will stand faithfully "by our friends and elect them; op- our e'hemies and defeat them, they .bo candidates for PresiT Congress or other legislative or judiciaL Men of Stand by ,your unions. Be -steadfast. and true to yourselves and labor's great cause, and a triumph !for justice, right and human freedom IB If the union men. will.allow that to sink deep, into there can be no -doubt that the best men will be elect- ted to write the law in the ensuing Regardless ol yon may think or do politically, do not in thi excite- overlook the importance of the "trade union movement. After all regardless of what may happen politically or otherwise, the trade union should be the first concern of all. We, ara indebted to it for all of the. improvement in the lives of (Continued from Front p 2ttifogging the -t Ljheral i Government has ever done." He de-; scribed the Herald's criticism of the i increase of salary given, the city licitoc by the council, to 1ft? opposition to ,htmself and proceeded to -defend A Stationary Tariff The tariff was stated to be an issue in-the campaign. -From 1774 to 1878 the average duty paid on dutiable goods had been on the hundred under the revenue tariff of Alexander MacKeniie of honored memory. Dur- ing the. protective tariff period from 1878 to 1896 when the .Conservatives were in office the average had baen 128.37 and from 1896 to 1908 the av- erage had oeen The differ- ence :was not worth considering. He could find. ho free trade s intiment in the .expressed opinions "of the Liber- als.- No Bonus for Immigrants The immigration work..of'the coun- try is costing about a million dollars oi the neW timber regulations was or abwit a pound per head compared to locking the, stable- after the The constructed. the horseswere stolen and he said the Opposition were criticising Brought here. n should bi re- There is no reason why administration of their timber "lands I a that can ship one hundred previous to 1905. while the Liberal defended it by referring to the. ad- ministration during the past two years. In replv to the Herald's state- ment that Liberalism stood for rail- way competition, he said that during th! twelve -years of Liberal rule eX-jmmd this one fact'" he "This actly fiftrseven miles of railway had? to a.-magnificent country been, built con'- i hut we must make ourselves, magni- stituency. -and that forty-seven of! Xow the tim' to' the those been built by C. A. Ma.; foundations. Our greatest growth will arid twenty-five million bushels of wheat in year should need further advertising to bring settlers to the country. The States never bonuses and for years has been to get in. "Bear in THE HOLY CITY Clarence Bennett's powerful and brilliant play in which HAROLD NELSON IS THE STAB This is ONE of the best at- tractions that ever visited Oliver's Hall Jolty teiiif Oct 12tt SEATS ON SALE AT USflAL PLACE received last year by Ontario from her minerals alone. The atlas issued by the Department of the Interior square uuiiu ujr .a.. iYi.il- i i -j -t SilUWS LUttt Ild.b SqUUtl gratVs company. (There had the and we must take Q{ cod lands and it is riche railway competition provided for Al- to get good Cltizens- berta south of Calgary although Ed- monton got it and in Saskatchewan Railway Policy Discussed The railway policy over a miles of railway had, came in for discussion. In 1896 there been built. was a difference in railway mileage In conclusion of one of the best, between speeches he has yet given Mr.. Iv3S Alberta and Saskatche. only 160 miles, but reviewed his well known arguments' the latter has over a thou. his favorite subject, the restora-'satltl miles more than the former, tion of the public domain to the pro- j The trunk Hues of the railways should vinces of Alberta and through to Alberta before This he said, overshadow- ed all others and.he advised the elec- tors to let all else go but to get the feeders are built in Saskatche- wan. By use of a large map, Mr. Kagrath argued that Alberta was not natural resources of land, timber, i getting a square deal in the matter minerals and fisheries. The Candidate of- railway construction and competi- tion and that Southern Alberta had DIAMONDS We cannot make our arguments for yonr buying diamonds now too convincing. Consider well 1 The mines are getting deeper. It costs more to operate them. 2 Since the Boer war the cost of labor has in- creased greatly in Africa. 3 The bine clay that yields diamonds is only producing one-third the number of stones it did five years 4 Twenty persons want and can afford to bny diamonds today where one bought a generation ago. Evon the most conservative people are buying diamonds today as an investment. Their annual in- In value pny? Otvirtands on the money expended. R. A. Wright The Jeweler The Largest Diamond Stock In Southern Alberta f Mr. Magrath got a great' ovation particularly suffered. The railways ._ .-_..... j should be built to the districts where ___- are raising the wheat that must j be shipped and the speaker charac- terized it as a crime to leave dis- tricts-such as the country north of the 'city without railway facilities if railways could be built at all. The Real Issue The real issue of ths campaign in the speaker's opinion is the control of the natural resources ot the two prairie provinces. Comparing Alber- ta with Ontario and Quebec in the matter of from minerals, Sir. Magrath declared that Alberta never would receive from the federal Gov- ernment a sum equal to the se in minerals than Pennsylvania. Al berta was shown to have a grsate area of timber than any other pro vince except British Columbia. From the discussion in the of Commons on the question of th extension of the boundaries of th provinces hi showed, the difference "between the policies of Borden an Laurier with regard to the contro of the lands, minerals and timber. The speaker alleged that Mr. Oli ver was unfair in his statements in defence, of the timber limit deals aac claimed that it had not bee'h possibl for the critics to secure an investiga tion into the alleged tion. Unfair Law The pre-emption law for which Mr Oliver was getting so much credi for was characterized as being unfai to the old settler who having per formed his homestead duties and b ing surrounded by settlers ha to secure a pxirchased homestead an do his pioneering over again. In closing Mr. Magrath made a appeal to his supporters to go t work energetically and vigorously but with faith and good humor, and know what is going to happen but I am not going to say what it is. We will wait until the twenty-sixth and tfo Star transfer Company lM I Cab Hiring, Dray ing and Coal Delivery Phone 305 OWs Hill 1 WANTED. By accountant out of employment, our or five sets of books to attend o; terms according to amount of vork to be done, or position as book- with fair salary; first-class eferences. Apply Box 254-6 WANTED. Steady work for married man or man and wifi; both used to store vork; no encumbrances. Apply to Harry Hamar, Gleichen, Alta. 253-6 Western Chartered Corporation Ltd; Capital financial Agents. Fiscal Agents -Brokers. for Royal CoOienes Ltd. All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. ASSIGNEE'S SALE Of Dry Gtodsft Sealed .tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 10 o'clock in he forenoon of Saturday, October 17th, 1906, at a rate on the dollar, for the stock-in-trade, fixtures, and book accounts of tha business car- ried on at Lethbridge, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, by G. H. JOHN- STON, -Insolvent. Lot. No. Stock-in-trade, consisting of Dry Goods, Millinery, Hats, Lot -'No, Fixtures, etc............. 778.73 Lot No. Book Accounts 569.21 Total............... Tenders may be for any or all o these lots. The highest or any ten d.T not necessarily accepted. Terms cash, balance in one an< two months, secured, with interest- a seven per cent, or special terms maj be submitted. Information may be obtained from the undersigned, and int-nding pur chasers may see the stock and in ventory upon application to W. C Simmons, barrister, of Lethbridge, who is in possession of the keys. The Trusts and Guarantee Co., Ltd., A. G. ROSS, Manager, Official Assignee. Calgary, Oct. 3, 1903. WANTED Young lady, as stenographer and ookkeeper at once. Apply Box L., Herald Office. 251-0 OF COAL MINI NO RtQ ULATiCMS Coal mimng rightt of tbe Dominion hi Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and Britub Coluiaoia, nuy be leaedd k-r a term of twenty-cot years at au aouual reaUl of acre. Not more than viU be leaded to one applicant. Application for a leaae muu Jc to the cr he district in which the rifhta lied for are situated. surveyed territory touat be described by or W al subdivisiona of aod usurveyed territory the tract for shall be staked out. Each application xoust be aecom- anied by a fee of which will U eiuoded if the rights applied lor aic not available but not otherwise. A oyalty ghall be paid on the ner- hantable output of tbe inine at ate of five cents per too. WANTED Young married man, competent book-keeper desires position as hotel clerk, no experience. Wife experien- :ed waitress. Location no object. Address M., C-o Lethbridge Herald. WANTED Young married man desires posi- tion. Well educated arid willing to work at anything. Apply Box T., Herald Office. WANTED. General servant. Apply Mrs. F. Rooney, 418 Bartlett st. 249-0 Kvery of coal mining hich are not being operated thall urnish the district Agent of Domin- on Lands with a sworn gfcatetaent io thai effect at least once in each year. The lease will Delude the eeal Earning oaly, but the ietee may rermitted to purchase whatartc vailable surface righta may be com- idered necessary for tbe working bl the iniae at the rate of an For full information application hould be made to the Secretary be Department cf the Interior. Uwa, or any Agent or Bub-Afent at Dominion W. Deputy Minister of the Intertot Unauthorized publication at this advertisement will not be or. WANTED. Wanted, position by young lady, in store or office; experienced. Apply Box D. 2524 WANTED G-irl for confectionery department. Must be smart and. experienced. Ap- ply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. 62-b TO LET. Three unfurnished rooms; young men preferred. Apply at tha fifth house from Westminster on Ar- gyle Ave.; telephone in the house, No. 188. 251-6 FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord of Al foundation etone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. 254-0 FOR SALE. Shack for sale. Apply W. Will- cocks, P.O. Box 436. 250-6 FOR SALE. A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits; faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Eobson, 631 Crabb St. 254-6 FOR SALE Eight young pigs, six weeks old and six young turkeys for sale. Apply to J. T. English Lethbridge, P. 0. 253-6 FOR SALE Small bunch of cattle, 90 head, well bred and gentle. 20 choice fats 3 and 4 years, per head with out calves; per head with calves Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pincher Creek. Alta. FOR SALE. A good team of horses for sale weight about tbs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 25' spreading over the City. Everybody is getting the Odor of fine cooking 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road Open Day and iNight. White Help Only. PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION AND FREIGHT SHED AT FERNIE. TENDERS will be received up to 18k, Monday, October 19th, for build- ing a new station new freight shed at Fernie, B. C. Plans covering the work may b2 seen, and other information obtained at the office of the Superintendent or Resident Engineer, C. P. Ry., at Cranbrook, B. C. Proposals must be submitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and tin Company reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. BROWM.EE, Superintendent. FOR SALE. A bay horse, good driver; 5 year old; weight about eleven hundre pounds; drive double or single. Ap ply C. Begin, near the Gas Well. 252-{ FOR SALE. Lots 7 and 8 on Guinness Street 37x127 each. Full particulars from Wm. Carter, North or at Bent ley's Store. 251- WE8T HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any eren numberea ol minion lands in Manitoba, FOR SALE. Shelving and counters. Apply F Kirkham, at I. if. Banks aud old stand. 250-0 Cranbrook, Oct. 3, 03. 250-12 I LOST. A bunch 01 keys with a ulhck attached, 'at Mr. J. TENDERS FOR COAL. Sealed tenders will be received by ths undersigned up to Saturday, the 10th October, 1903, for supplying and delivering to the Lethbridge "Protest- ant Public schools Two Hundred Tons of Lump Coal, more or less, in such quantities and at such times as same will be required. -J..U-IT! wan and excepting 8 16, mA reserved, may be ed by any peraon who the tbk heiri of a family, or any male oret 18 of afe, tor the extent of section of 160 acres or lest. Application for entry must Mi person by the applicant at a n-inion Lands Agency or tor the district in which the land u situate. Entry by proxy may, bow ever be mads at an Agency on certom conditions by the father, mother, MO. daughter, brother or sister of an lending homesteader. Tbe homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under of the following plans: (1) At least air months' upon and cultivation of the land is each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if be desires, perform the required dence duties by living on land owned solely hy him, noi than eighty (SO) acies in extent, la the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet requirement. (3) If the father (or motKer. if tha father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on fanning land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, the vicuiity of the homestead, or up- on entered for fay him ia the such homesteader may perform his own residence ditties by living with the father (or C4) The tenu "vicinity" preceediug iit utefined as meaning not more tban Jiuie miles a direct exclusive oi tbe widist of road allowances crotaed in UM measurement. (5) A homesteader intending U perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the 'above wXile UTISSJ with parents or 'on farming land owa- ed by himself must notify tbe for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of for patent. W. W. CORI, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. Unauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. 255-1 Finder please leave Iled on to furnish a bond of one hun- D. Higinbotham's Drug-tired dollars with approved surities for the proper performance of his contract. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accept xl. By order of the Board. C. B. BOWMAX, Secretary. j HOUSE OF COMMONS NOMINEES Chambly Vcrchercs, M. Archam- baiiiT, vjuiiserviiiivc; H. A. Choletto, Consen-ative; H. Chauvin, Conservative. WANTED. General servant; must bo able to do plain cookihc. Apply Mrs. E. A. Cunningham. 255.6 L. M. JOHWSK5NE Birriiter and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, B-lyr Between Chin TWO CHOICE HALF SECTIONS ADJOINING THE RAILWAY AT PER ACRE See Bros. ;