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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fctyhtlbvto UAGtt WITH tPJ CtHvriffbt vttii w it wnpt it ftfe-A Deal BUILDING THOROUGHLY liefcsrd wfcieh Repentance tc Will he Overtake Them few ia ii tinder axMtiac dhftc attention te aot to apeak of other tettes to wfcieh alhMfedf' I "Thfcre u which the am make ayawtt Mr, and that ii that then too bottom. For he baa hagotiattng with tha at the tiro baa boett-preaehmg gJoriatiara to at tha The iftatdt hia- floaie of theac neacioRji would rodiuf." -have tome of the agree- meata-been Uye4 up ww aiked of Mr. MeFarivae, "At the eaueua of lattt Suuday af he replied, >'rwe were all Get bettor from THIS A was buflt to get and atatdwr heat out of the (twl you bura. to and roaat ru> do nH that tba hjgbeat pncad will do ant do it Chancellor r that tkft U a nor natter, aad, it U ia Me, although it k a matter which food in this MMtttiry, hot. at" ttMaaUy hap- pens, thfe Mcoodary retulU are of- tea more important than the primary Impowible II he m for the public to follow with genee tba prooMdinfft of Parliament when over alx or monthj or to attention to the legialaiion that Ii U had Hanaard. that cost lor the aboJat and fcmod it contained, exactly pagee: was a tribitor.1 admiv bwt I would like 'to know.' ii there ooe single human being-who could say he is ever to read through those thou- sand odd pages for the purpose of taining aiT intelligent idea" of what foes on in .Parliament. It would" take him a yeitr toLread it, and I venture to ny it would take him another year Frae Press, Oct. 10.) A. FraukKn. international preai- of the Brotherhood of Boiler. and LMMT RhipbuiWcrs, hag ad- riaad the C. F, ft. boilermaken to refcarn to work. .Word to thu effect Up to the boilenuakers have reftued to aoeept the settlement by Bell' Hardy J. if. of the disrup- of 'the labor ranks caused by the Mr. Franklin has advifefxl thft exibiiiig are greatly iucen. over they way they have been ,let down, and one ol -their hai some of the negotiations carried on MeVety Co., with thai object _in W. presideni of thirty of the.boilenikakers, gave voice to acme of the'conplainU "The menja charge of the strike, sworn to reveal ihe of the settlement of the strike till it was officially made public, but in of this solemn obligation some one let it out, for it an- nounced at Westminster church that night, aud tike pastor made it the subject of nia thfri MB. BURY. AND MB. CAMPBELL CUSSED JN MY HEARING WHAT STAND SHOULD BE TAKEN BY Is built of dead flat. laveUad lined. It hai tha duplax revers- ible With thi Free Press RUN AF- TER THE- POLITICIANS OR DID RUN AFTER THE'MECHXNlCSf A COU- PLE OF; 1WEEK8: AGO. WHILE BELL HARDYrWAS IN MONTREAL, including otner brotherhoods, gave financial assistance. "Z Tn this J wiy i of between 000 vrasj-aised and ly among the No range was ever aold at so low a price that was built of dead ent levelled lined with asbeaioc and containing so many of the latest meats in range construction. The reversible grate the best out of any coal and givwe a fire. J The oven an-absolutely erature and is extra large. us tell .you more about it. MlICB Bun Claovt V JM The Gurney Stmadard Co.. Limited ANDj KNO% Admissian Adults 25c Children 15c NBXTWEEK EMERSON and VANHORN in their famous and Instmmental Comedy, ca- First Rehearsal" AND OTHERS UG mm DN siiuiuT mm IT i P.I. and you will b? oblig- for themJLhe class oi proieMional- potiticianfl wfco want Jo make out of theirTarliamtnt- ary life, and who, 1 am afraid, would supplement Jheir_liv- ing by means and expedients which boUT sides would unite in condemn- ing. is" imminent to. good .Parliamentary.government if this. Hind of thing is allowed to pre- vaiL first tQ invite public opinion to compdbboih sides to shorten these sessions to "a reasonable and, though -I hitherto a strong opponent >am bound to say- that the conditions for the last two or three, seisions have gone "very far to convince me-that-it Is imperative- ly necessary that _ some discretionary power should be put in the hands of the proper speaker of the for- bring a reasonable decisioa within a reasonable on matters which come before Parliament. HE R. AlpPEM WAS; IN -CONSULTATION WITH "FROM THE PEM- BROKE MEETING HE CAME WEST HAPPEN- ED Then, as for MgVety. For The last couple of weeks Mr. almost daily_con- sultation-withiG.1 S. co'iferersces was never made known' to the members ol'the committee, alt different times had_gone out with us. Of this "the! received practically "no- thing1. Then slues ihe strike has been nailed off there have been some con- siderable _ sums coming in', and? Mr; Bell" Hardy that this money "should baiiseVl erwe that" they, could i west over the line and jxplain personally .to the men why such terms-were made. I objected, that thiv for thevtelief of the strikers, and that HAVE 'CERTAINLY ED THEIR ACCOMPLISH- frthe clerks of'the offices of 'the G.P.RV >ho Kavc engag- ed'iluring' thejpaat few "days, at the shop.s; assisting, irf enrolling1 ihs names ihe men returning. to -inything else should' come Jrom the funds ot the s "Mr. Somerville's silence on certain "matters of Vork, in the depot yesterday; the duly to-vrhich, thoy-'were assigned having been completed. reported that -at cent, ol the men on strike are "now back 'in yards ofv the company. Men are still being taken on, but the has called Mr. S his t has been tat outside "of Winnipeg! Bell September 36. was 'in Montreal; a deputation of jthe CJP.R. engineers and firemen .waited -OTX 'the strike committee "at .Montreal, and sred as ratlier peculiar. I wired him I bulk of the work of enrollment has thai boilerniakefsr at Toronto, Carletoh Moose .Brandon, and haH, "voted to" hold out, but 1 received 'no "answer from lam. been completed. RIVAL TO CARNEGIE York; Oct. S.-Ken- Blayney Blarney, Oct. J. K. War- nock started lor the East on a lengthy visit to her friends at Til-men should be'taken- TOLD THEM THAT -THE OPERAT- ING, i DEPARTMENT' .WAS-ABOUT FOR ACTION: ,THE TAflON WAS THANKED BY THE COMMITTEE, WHO 'SAID THAT THE MANITOBA GOVERNMENT WAS SETTLING THE STRIKE. THAT WAS ON SEPTEMBER 24.- Hardy arrived in Win- nipeg there ivas a considerable amount of routine business to- and a niunber of were held between him and Mr.'- McVety, the object of which made knoum to the rest of committee: Last Fridayv a full -meet- ing of the local executive at whicli there was present Bell Hardy, the general chairman; J. H. McVety, general secretary; D. 0'- Dwyer, R. Shaw, W. Marshall, ;and W. McFarlane, representatives ;of Ihe various unions. The committee 'de- cided that a referendum the -to' whether nedy; the philanthropist, THIS IT" has already large THAT JHE .IS 'AISO ON.THE IN-1 donations to the institutions' with. SIDE OF THE IT IS i'BAD 'Presbyterian Hospfta1. 3ERVATIVE POLITICIANS "AND THP-C.PR. HAVE CONSPIRED TO DISRUPT THE UNIONS which-he is-President: has another to the-hoepital. 'ihe announcement of the donatioa win made, today Jon the occasion of VI Kennedy's fiftieth wedding anni- ersary. money be devoted to construction" It could 101' today whether '.he officers of -the 'institution had any buildings in micd. .which erected through rthe new rund. .Mr. Kennedy-has mik- ing large-gifts-to institutions more ibout tl em. His most recent large gift ii ot to Columbia two rjnouncement 'of name ihe donor remained ago. Wh-u "gift rid the'name cl a secret until as the_ public was e'arly this year. When "Mr.' Kennedy was sxbout it then, said: "I would my he not-'connr i ed. with the matter." of the ricst notable I Kennedy :or charitable pur- the' United Charities irg which was erected 'at "a of _ Mme. Norman and J. W. the Lyceum orchestra furnishes some exceptional music at the Lyceum. Oliver's Hall ONE SOLID WEEK Com. Oct. 26 TOM MURKS The noted Irish Comedian AiwJ BIG COMPANY Change of Play every night MONDAY NIGHT Election Day Returns will be given from the Stage fipdar 35c, 50c Tickets on at J. D. Higinbothanrs GOOD NEWS FOR VICTORIA Victoria, B. C., Oct. his speech tonigfhmt ODW 9AR.dgR D speech tonight at the banquet given by the Board of Trade, Sir Thomas Shaughnessy_ announced that the steamers "Empress of Ireland" and bury Centre, Essex Co., Ont. doubt there will be a very pleasant meeting when she arrives at her des- tination. Her brother who came out here a few days ago accompanied her back.. Election is now one of the principal j topics of the day. At present it looks aa though it would be nearly a draw between the two parties here. There are quite a number of our jood citizens in this vicinity who of course, will have to go away back and eit down on account of not hav- ink their cititen'a papers. Now that the final survey of the railroad connecting Letfibridge and "Empress of Britain" now part of the C. P. R. Atlantic fleet might shortly be expected at Victoria to take part, in the trans-Pacific trade. WOULD'NT LEND MONEY London, Ont., Bombard, York Oct. street, 22.-Herbert is in semi- conscious condition as a result of a beating he received at the hand of a man named Watson, because oi Bombard's refusal to lend him ev. Dainty Dormer at the ceum in Wooden Shoe trtat. Ly. Calgary has been made, we are sat- isfied that we will get the road in ihe near future. Our pastor who held services in the school house is certainly an en- ergetic young man. He is trying to advance the religious cause, having a fairly good attendance at his sev- eral places of worship. It gives him reason to believe that his work ia appreciated. We must not forget to state that we find he has purchased a good pair of driving horsea to take the place of his single horse he use to ride. The Goldendale school is now un occupied on account of the fonne teacher. Miss Fitch, returning East to take up her studies at Toronto. You will be suited menuily and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and presses your suit. Your suit is guaranteed to suit you. MARH JOHNSTON should be called off. This VOTE WAS PREPARED IX THE CYPHER OF THE ORGANIZATION, AND TO SEND THE BALLOT THE VARI- OUS POINTS WHERE THE MEN WERE ON STRIKE. .FOB SOME REASON, KNOWN ONLY TO Mc- VETY AND BELL HAKDY, THIS BALLOT WAS DESTROYED AND NOT SENT OUT. "One significant fact lies in one of the conditions imposed upon the wen. We were told that the...strike called off before any of the officials of the company were approached in the matter. J "The meeting of the executive of last Sunday afternoon "--was a rather stormy one. After a. great deal of opposition on my part, it was de- cided to go to Hon. Colin H. Camp- bell's office. There three proposi- tions were put before us. The first was that we should call off the strike. Second, that TVC should notify .the De- partment of Labor to thai and third, that all the men were to be allowed to return to work without discrimination. Mr. Campbell tele- phoned to Mr. Bury that this had been decided upon, but not unani- mously. Then Mr. Bury appeared tVlrt "Mr. Bury, after shaking hands the committee, assured us that all of the men would be returned to work absolutely without discrimina- tion, and that openings would be madf- for us as soon as possible. He also told us that instructions would be issued which would have a ten- dency to discourage the strike break- ers. And last, he told the committee that he would surprise them with some of the good things he had to hand out to the men. One c-f these good things is the order that all must jmako personal application for work, i It appears to me that there will be but fev: of the men ivhe were active Buying Horses Amah doesn't snap up a horse becauae He looks all right As a usual thing, he leads the nag out where the light is good and strong and examines every hair of his hide.. He squints under each'hoof for the grand hailing sign ol distress and peeks down his throat (or dark secrets. He wants to know the horse's he is mighty 'particular about getting a Kne on the man he's doing business with. When all this U made satisfactory and the price agreed the buyer will further stipulate that should the horse turn out a roarer, be balky or not otherwise as represented, he can get his money back. This may be too much caulion but it js mighty good business. A man buys a hone (or use and wants him as nearly perfect as possible. Compare .this caution' m buying horses with the indifference usually displayed- in buying clothes. Nine times out of ten, a man takes the first thing offered He does not examine kt composition. He knows nothing about .'the quality, and less about the pedigree ol the and how they are made. __ He knows little about the man who sells the cbthes. Is this logical? A man is m the company of his horse for a few hours, perhaps, a day! 'r You are myourclolkcs all the time you are You manage the world's affairs business strangers i i tnends, love and :are rparoed v to church fact, spend of your life INYOUR CLOTHES. of as can't be tailors.! True a! the more wKy we should buy clothes that have a reputation, aod guarantee at the of it, I "PROGRESS BRAND1 are: Their "Progress registered at Ottawa. They will stand the most searching examination inside and out They are made of the most dependable rMtemV one of the best equpped tatlonet in Canada, and sold only by trie most rdiabje dealers with an unqualified "satisfaction or money v Does it pay, or is it business, to be inditferent whem your clothes ,v Figure it put. '19 "Progress Brand" SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ;