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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALftffRTA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, IMI. Proclamation TO BE ITTCNOWN THAT Tlie Liberal Government and Railway Union YOUNG ROOSEVELT STARTS TO WORK Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of fc- CMoooe tf aw Times.) j Jii the cm the management; of the Intercolonial Railway during' the last of the recently dts-' solved FarlUuaeul, .the of JUilways, Mr- Graham, ihr'. attack which bkd made by the opponents of the policy of of "the unions, said (Hansard, March U. 8 Sen will WMk and Will Work Ttn Hours a Hag a reputation for sues baking bread'and pastry that is vestigation. Every house- keeperji invitecLto prove this reputation. Order from the delivery rig or phone IS I I it taK 111 1; Fresh Oysters Attht. i; Alberta Restaurant Shoi t Orders at all Hours Oliver 31ock .Phone 228 NEED HIM JN LETHBRIDGE Port Oct. erick Todd, a lands cap artist is here Jrom Montreal and reported platr? for impfbveiuent ot the city, park system. He goes to Winnipeg on emission. PP "We have the Brotherhood of Lo- "comotive Engineers, the Brother-, "hood of Firemec, the Brotherhood "of Trainniea, and. the Brotherhood "ot lUilwuy Telegraphers. AH 'men have their organisations, uml these matters are regul ated under made prganizk- 'tiooB with the nianjRgenient of the 'Railtray; and: the of 'the men are made according to Vie 'rules of the union, and no political 'influence can interfere with this ar- by which sixty-three per "cent of the employees are controll- "cdv It may be'isaid: 'But why "j'ou employ men belonging to thj 1> have been approached on "this, matter by several m-v.i. uho "have said to me: allowing "the Intercolonial to be run by un- "inon.' I say, no. This is the ige "of the e-nplcyces "of the IntercjotuU Uttiiway, or of "any other nv.lwrly, WHVO s.s much "right to form a combination for "protection of their o'.vn mterotls ''as the Manufait-iiriU'S' ASSUCJn t. make s; vhoy "do; sorustiovis ihoy imiv "able; sometimes other people are "unreasonable, as well as trades ions. Sometimes they ask for things "that I should not have; "and they do not get them if I can "prevent it, if I think they are uii- "reasonable. But take them all in "all, labor 'organizations, as far as 'the--Intercolonial Railway is con- 'cerned, have not been.unreasonable. Thompsonvllle, Coun., Oct. 6. Theodore Boosevelt, Jr., started to work here a factory hand in the big the UartfordV Carpet Company. He is to receive f5 R week. Ho is to go io work at 7 o'clock in the morning six days out of every seven, work uuiii 12 o'clock noon, take forty-live minutes off for lunch, bo back "on the job" at 12.45 sharp and work from then until 6.15 After 6.15 he can do as he pleases until 7 o'clock the next morning, pro viding of course that he shows up in proper form for work. Ami be is ta bo "treated just like any other em- ploye. There are to be no special fa- vors for young Theodore. And he doesn't want any, doesn't ask for the slightest concession. "I came here to said Theo- dore, jr., "aud to learn as much as I can about the manufacture of car pets and rugs. I am merely an cm ploye and expect to bo treated as an other employe. I don't want arij special favors and have asked fo "And hc'IPnot get any special fav said R. P. Perkins, presiden of the Hartford Carpet Manufactur ing Company. VHe w.ill _ just; EXPORTS OF CANADIAN GOODS Conservative RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It't BICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE aud DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! I8t2 IMS 1894 1895 1895 Total Liberal 1904 Got GUI'. PRICES I 1906 !907 (9 1903 Lai's Tea it Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. C. P. Plans Mean Much For the Crow's Nest Line Total The sale of Canadian pro- ducts abroad has not only more than doubled under Lib. eral rule, but the inc.-eass continu.-s, while the Conser. vatives hed reduced our com- .peting power. This Branch Will be the Great Line for Traffic ;to the Coast. Toronto. be, publishes the following special des- treated- like vthe rest of the employes, patch from Vancouver. There is no favoritism iii this eatab- inside of two years' time C. P. R. a lishment, "even toward the son of President or a King or an Emperor." officials announce that they will build an auxiliary line through the uiomi- .Young Roosevelt will have to attend1 tains of Southern British Columbia, to business or be "fired." Such a Une a possibility for Early in the rain- tho past as an outlet for the utcs -before the time for the factory Crow's Pass branch to to Roosevelt was, on Coast. hand. Mr. Higgins took him in hand The propoaed'extension xvill be when the whistles blew, and showed necessity if tte C. P. R. hopes to him over the place. When they gotj hold their own with their big riva to the wool department, Theodore jr. Low Steadily4pushiug on from 10 was told that he was to be located weit'ward towards the wn there for a time. It isn't the most pleasant department in the factory. Wool is received in vast quantities, and it goes to this department testing, "scoring and cleansing. comes in in various degrees" of un- cleanHncss, and must lx> "scoured." ter. For, with; grades limited to a maximum of 1 per cent, even in th miles of dead level I and with curves as few. Sat, an It-'short as modern methods can the present scenic and town-of people or there- rOute through-the Rockies and 'conclusions, with perhaps u little j abouts' is chesty over the Rooso kirks would never have been adopted, 'give and. take on-both sides, and ai- J velt addition to the population, and U.he would condemn it at r. i-e ways these conclusions have been injthc inhabitants are commenting much Heavy steel in" use and the 'the interests of the proper running I young Theodore, and are. as aj ious undertaking- on the "Big H of come; to impressed with him. j where, at the summit of the Kicking the conclusion that He was centre of attention when Pass, the steepest long of labor such as he entered into the work of wool on the entire tunnel, when completed, will'.describe, a cir- cle, is being driven through the solid co-1 grjmite. It will cost in the neigh- Vhave mentioned is a benefit to the sorting "management of the road, rather than a think this is an the afternoon. "Organization, co-ordination, Oict Obffr'sHal 'answer to some efitics who have operation are the right of body borhood of two this j-nci t suggested that the Intercolonial, be-1 of-men whose aims are worthy and piece Of r0ad, but'.'it' "ing a government road, should not j squUable; and must needs bs the re- nevertheless, a good, investment, -as "recognize labor unions." source of those who, individually, arc it reduces the grade from four and Hon. JohnHaggarVwas the Minis- -to _Persuade their fellow-men half to two Rlld a half per cent, ter of Railways in Conservative Government and .slace that" out of rflce twelve years ago; he had been mMcading member. lt may rightly hope to be a means ia a spirit of fairness and practical brotherhood." Porter. the boundary country, and absorbing business right and left on their new extension into the rich Shnilkainecnj mining district. Construction the Great Northern (Vancouver, Vic- toria and Eastern is proceed- ing .-very-'slowly and the C.P.R. dis- plays considerable interest in its pro- gress, keeping-tab on the volume ol business that: is being diverted. It is of checkmate. The Canadian road coughed up two million dollars ou the last move in he game when they purchased the Coal ami Railway Company's ifty odd miles of track between Leth ridge .and Montana. They shut off Hill. He-'-.wanted that road badly. The people'of Southern British Col- umbia''arc'' 'looking forward to the new line; which -is greatly needed to Icvelop the country. There tire many doubting Thomases nevertheless, who remark that the general elections are coming whole scheme, HE LIKED LETHBR1DGE (Clanion, Alabama, Banner.) We were now in Southern Alb rta, not a great distance from' the Mon- tana lin.-, and at 14.45 (2.45 p.m.) ar- rived ia Lethbruige, weii ouiit around a largo square already assuming the aspects of a park. There's some life- and go about this place that will push it rapidly forward. Here we. saw some eighty to one hundr.d men, standing in line at the Government land office, to file their claim for hornosteads. It was shortly after five o'clock ia the evening were told that th_se nv.'ii would stay there ail night until the office opened in the morning at nine o'clock, in order to keep their place. It was a cool night, but a free homestead aftei three years of occupancy was appar- ently worth waiting for. Fin.', wide and good buildings show this to be a flourishing town. A band ii the square enlivened the evening while citizens and visitors promen ou Corrugated Iron Ualvaniml and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles Vfore buying elsewhere We have just placed a curloiid of the well-known Metal Shingle and Biding Co.'s goods in stock one's Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and SIHEETS Telephone 15'i Yard, Smilh St Phone 195 aded around. Lc-thbridge struck m as a particularly inviting place. Picture Framing unable to to recognize the justice of their j These large expenditures undoubted claims-and principles. It mcan the .company has a present no intention of making th cd within lawful and peaceful limits CoaH Ice and i PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE ea Dominion Parliament. If a Conser- vative Government. were to take of- Mr. would undoubtedly be Minister .of again. He is again a candidate for Parliament. In the debate pn.the management of the which1 the Min- ister of! Railways made the above- quoted statement of the Liberal Goy- ernment's policy. Mr. Haggart, in re- plying to "Mr.-Graham; said (Hfln- sard, March-r 1908, pp. "A .government railway, "under the "control of the of this coun- "try, should not have a union on it t new road the main line, and that th auxiliary, if built; will serve princi pally for heavy through freight. Subsidies for the "construction wor I surveys and subsidies notwithstand- ing, is only a political bluff, and that the C. P. R. has no intention of con- struction .in the near future at all. CARS FOR EDMONTON Ottawa, Out., Oct. Ottawa car company today made its first shipment of cars to the Edmonton Radial Railway system in Edmonton. The cars are much larger than those in use on the lines in eastern cities. SALE OF WOmC -The Sister's Faithful' Companions of Jesus will'hold''their, annual sale of work in the Convent on Thursday, 29th, Friday, 30th, 31st of fcctober, from 9 a. m. till 9 p. m. Entrance on Coutts Street. a THE DESIRE OF THIS NEWSPAPER IS TO RENDER Real Service to YOU The Uberta Railway and Irrigation CumpaBj Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET IF, BY some persistency in giving advice, this newspaper can convince merchant of the wisdom of telling YOU all of his store- news that is using enough space in which to do it, and of telling as much of his store-news in every issue as you would be interested in Delivered in city 35c per Month Mailed liti mrttif the bilnri iri list iflatiiisterU. FROM EACH Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TUI C "P A QV One-third cash, one-third 6 i X months. balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum If, at the risk of over-iteration, this newspaper should convince you that this same store-news is of real, live, palpitating importance to YOU, as fully worthy of your attention as politics, or baseball or Crowned Heads, or elopements, murders, riots, fashions or functions of the Lumly, Oct. now bridge by the school house which was recently broken, down, has been rebuilt. now considered that a culvert is suf- _ A strange thing happened to the Welsh threshing machine a short time ago. A rock, seomingly lodged in the centre of a bundle, went through the machine and tore out a large number teeth. All the wheat this season is grad- ing one and two, but owing to the dry season, it is not yielding so well as in'former years. Probably it will ot average more than .twenty bush- s which is a small yield for the and of promise. Miss M. A. Fitch has left for "Tory oronto." Mr. Harvey Simpson, who has been cry- ill with "a combination of dis- ases, and whose recovery was. at nc time despaired of, is now on tha lighroad to recovery. Mr. Bosomworth has opened, serv- ces at Coldendale school. Mr. Kidley gave us his last father y talk on Sunday. He leaves in short time for Alberta University Xever was teacher more liked am respected than he. Miss Belle Welsh is at home again The school has now more pupiL enrolled than ever before, there bein over thirty in attendance. Mrs. R. A. Brookington has gon back to Washington. Mr. Chas. Neve has secured a home stead He will now go out and try it again. He has the sympathy of all. Three years more 01' breaking. Go to it. No interest is taken in this portion of the riding, apparently, by either the Liberal or the Conservative can- didates. An intelligent dis.-ussion of the issues before the electors would be welcomed. SCHOOL REPORT The following is the report of Lun- dy S. D. 1439, for the month of September. This report is based up- on conduct, attendance, and class of work done. Xames are in order of merit: Part I. Vide Johnson, Evelyn Wild, Ellen Johnson. Lloyd Lyons. Marion Blaiue, Martha Bakkla. Part 1, Sr. Jane Welsh. Part It. Wm. Meer, Grace Truemgn, Lily Jussila. Standard II., Jr. Helen Lj-ons, Al- van Lyons, Andrew Lunde. Standard TL, Sr. John Smith, Franklin Christiansen, Mamie Ly- ons, May Trucman, "Willie Lyons. Standard III. Isabella Inkster, Ida Lunde. Dore Christiansen. Standard IV. Julia. Meer. Standard V. May Dart, Ben Dart, Mary Inkster, Stanley Welsh. W.W.flandford TUE PHOTOGRAPHER ND HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET If the party who swiped the revolver shells from my store one day last week will be kind enough to call around any time Between S.oO a.m. and 6 p.m. he can have the scabbard. My aim is to oblige. Frank Waddington TEL-h-PHONEI The Job Department Makes a Specialty of Commercial Printing Ntarti Ci (M ft. Daily: Herald If it .should followlbat the merchants should prosper in exact ratio to their energy in adver- tising and that YOU should thrive in propor- tion to your intelligence in SPENDING Your we feel that this city will be a still better place in which to live and to do business! Letterheads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms Sec. TELEPHONE 106 The perfect results of carefnl culinary efforts, the true de- lights of fine cooking are known only to users of Happy Thought Ranges Remember that there is no substitute for this range. It has no equal There can be none just as good until perfection meets its SEE THEM HAYR BROS. Successors to G. L. Vreoman ;