Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, II PAGE SEVEN OF CANADA FrtifeExcMi Sirpte Cttk in the IJuion tb ougli you likely to need it again in a month or two. It will be safer in this Bank than in your keeping, and will be earning Interest at highest current rate, compounded 4 times a year. A Slfflftfl AttSMtf however small, is a start towards wealth, and this is the time of the year to begin one, when money is coming in freely. Oar JsM AeCtMl is very convenient. It is opened in the names of two of family, either of whom may deposit or withdraw money when in town. CTHBRIDG J. R. The World of tabor Topics tf btoest tt Cbnts britd UUr ik is reipmiUe fertk Vim eipressd tte ThiB being my Itst opportunitir be- fore the elections, 1 am offering a few to the large number of workingmen. in this constituency a? to how their ballot should be markci -on Monday, and in doing so I know 1 shall be treading on the toes ol a few of my readers, but as "facts are which winna no apology IB offered. It hast always been a problem too for me to solve, why a working- man should uphold the Conservative policy, aa'that party has always, and will until the millenium, stand' for -capitalism pure tind simple. There- fore it naturally follows that the la- "boring classes will secure no benefi- cial legislation from that party.. To come down to the election so far .as it concerns us locally, let us take an unbiassed view of the two candi- dates, .what they have done for the Although he accepted "the nomination of the Conservative party after con siderable persuasion, it was only on the understanding that he ran as an uow appears and introduces the lobby act in the repeal of a law whichx af- fect the health of hundred of miners. He was not a member al this time, but he was such a great and honest supporter of labor that he thought it was to the'interest of the miners he should do all in his power to take away from them the eight-hour day, and was, unfortunately, successful. Now, what do you think of that? Nor is this ail. The miners' strike n this city is "well, within the mem- ory of all. How doefi he stand in connection with this? The A. R. with which he was connected, fought the organisation of, a union in its mines. If Mr. Magrath is the influential man his friends claim him to be, and also a friend of labor, sure ly he would have been able to con- vince his fellow officials of the mer- its of org'anited labor. But nothing heard of any action he took in the interests of the workers at this time and I am confident nothing ever will be.. As to the future there can be no doubt. The only man to vote for m this riding the man who has proved that the laboring classes will receive some cinsideration at his hands, and that man is not C A. Ma- grath. Having given you a statement of the attitude of. the two candidates towards the cause of labor, there Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Daily Herald Market Wfcet yM have aiytttsf to scU tr U rest stace it is If yw wast uytlusf lute tkis 25c 4 isserttau for SI SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIMING BU ULATION8 RAM PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, FKAGKANCE ancL DELICIOUS FLAVOR hare made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? 'Independent." While that is so, it is rather surprising to notice that this prefix has been either dropped or ignored in the literature sent out by the, party he represents in. this city. Personally, I have no use politically for a man who sits on the fence, and whether he is elected or not I have no hesitation in saying that no man can .serve half a dozen masters. Again, whoever is elected, will do well to bear in mind he goes to Ottawa he represents the whole of the constituency, -tega-rcllese of poli- tics, and it be his duty to see that we get a fair shake when the legislative machinery begins to re- volve, Thus you will see that who- ever represents you, whether he be Independent Conservative, Tory, Grit, Independent Liberal, Socialist, or laboring classes in the past, and form Labor candidate, it is his duty to re- some idea of what they are likely to in the future. What' is the record of the Liberal 'candidate in the Alberta Assembly, iind what has he done to assist the -cause of labor? In the breast of -every right-thinking and honest la- man there can only be one .answer. That is, that he has done -everything within his .power to fur- ther that cause. Take the last two Acts placed on the provincial statute books, viz.: the Workmen's .Compen- Act and the Eight-hour Bank to Bank law. regulating the working hours of miners. These two. Acts-had no firmer or support- er than Mr. Simmons: .Again, when question affecting the interests -of the laboring classes'cropped'lip, he always ready to give the matter "his earnest and undivided attention. While the Workmen's Compensation .Act has met with -ciam, and may not be all that we de- vsire, we should not lose sight of the present the whole, and not his party, Ran Tea is Sold only in Lethbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. ENGINEER WANTED An experienced ploughing with papers, wanted. Apply to John McCann, Bompas street, waat of the Baseball grounds. 26i-O POSITION WANTED By young married man, work on farm, or to rent farm that ia stocked up. Apply Box R. S., Herald Office. OUR LETTER BOX. should be no hesitation in your mind on Monday when you enter the poll- ing booth, and you owe it to your- selves to see that your ballot is mark ed like thig SIMMONS 1AGRAT1 Oct. 23rd, 1908. To the Editor of The Herald: BOARDERS WANTED Board and room tor two respect- able gentlemen. Apply Box L., Her- ald. 966-3 WANTED To house containing seven or eight rooms, complete, without furniture. Apply Box A, Herald. WANTED Heavy team, eoond and yoanf. Cheap for cash. Apply Box W., Hex- aid Office, 9B5-3 TO RENT A nicely furnished room to rent, justice to myself as one of modern. 612 Round 8t. the for the City during the present election I imagine that a 966-2 LETHBRIDGE P. P. SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 61 APPLICATIONS in writing will be received by the undersigned up to word in reference to tho work done will be in order, in view of the" fact that we have been placed in none too enviable a position through a circu- lar letter subscribed to by W. C. Ives, P-m- on Tuesday, the 27th day of This gentleman's singular evasion of October, 1908, for the position of care- the truth during the past few weeks the Central and Kindergar- Schools. Salary per month. C. B. BOWMAN, Secy.-Treas. 264-6 WANTED By two young ladies, two a bedroom and a sitting trally located, veil heated and with modern conveniences. Apply Box W., Herald. 2S6-0 WANTED Two dining room firli. Chow Sam's Restaurant. fact that it is there, umended. and can be ,t-et me now introduce you to the -Conservative candidate, Mr. Magrath. once he is elected. So much for in- dependence. ____. Well, what has the "Independent" Conservative done for labor? Abso- lutely nothing. And what is more he offers nothing, neither can he point out one single act that the party he represents (or the party who is run- ning him) has done for labor. Seeing that he has failed to accomplish any- thing in the interests of the laboring classes, I will'endeavor to show what he" has done to prevent legislation in favor of the workers. _ One of the first things he did as a member of the Territorial Legislature at Regina was to vote for .a bill to reduce the garnishee exemptions from to What his object was in this is easily seen. Instead of the poor man being reduced in his hour of trial to Mr. Magrath must need vote to allow the capitalist to take another off him, and the surprise to me is he did not go the whole limit, and leave him in such a position that the police might nab him as a vagrant. Will any sensible workingman vote for a candidate who stands for that? that is only the first act! He I had a conversation this week -with one of the before mentioned work- ingmen Conservatives, and he cer- tainly opened my eyee. If I am to believe him, the length the party 'is assuredly out of the realms of fair and honest fighting. After assuring me that they were going to win he said, referring to Mr. Simmons, "We "are goit% to'send him back to teach school." I have a better opinion of his party that, and confi- dent that this statement did not em- anate from the committee rooms. is, to say the least, worthy of com- ment. The facts in connection with the enumerating A house to house canvass was made of the voters in the city, and on the day appointed the lists were placed. NOTICE After the 31st day of October, 1906, In conspicuous places with a at- all accounts owing to the Lethbridge tached to each stating lhat any el- Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over igiblc voter whose name was omitted to thair solicitor for collection. By could arrange at the Enumerator's, Order r office to have suck name included in______ the list. Was there anything fairer? Could WANTED To rent comfortable furnished house or cottage. Apply P.O.Box 607. WANTED I am open to accept work in re- pairing houses, fitting storm doors, sashes and porches and other classes of carpentering. Apply P. 0. Box 502 or at Keyee old stand, Smith St. Coal nuiuuf rights ot tfcc in Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory, the Ncrth-Weei Territories sod British SMV be leased loi a term oi yeAM ai so anaus! rental ol tm Not more than IJtfO acres vtt be teased to applicant Application for a BUM be made to the Agent or Bub-Ageal si the district ia which rifhts plied ior ere situated. lo surveyed territory ths must be described by sections, s'jdered neosrtsry for the workiag et the mine ai Ifce rsle ot f 10 sen.- For full inlormation be made the BociMary el the Department of the Interior, tswa, or say Agent or efl Dominion Laade. W. W. OORY, Deputy Minuter of the publication at Um sdvertittment will not be tor. 259-16 NOTICE I am prepared to take in horses by The same gentleman informed that if they won they were prepared to support a union man in the provin- cial election. This comes too -late in- the day, and if they expect support on such-a bluff as that I am afraid there is nothing but a lemon for them The fact is that the union men them- selves through the Trades and La- bor Council, have already decided to run a candidate, and what is more they are out to see that he gets there. FOR SALE A six-roomed cottage, 2-roomed shack, stable, hen house and 5 lots for sale in North Ward. Apply to P. Sprout, Lethbridge. 265-6 THE MOLSONS BANK Established 1855 A meeting of the electrical workers was held in the Balmoral hotel, Mon- cSsy, a good attendance being pres- ent. The local organizer oi the Amer- ican Federation of Labor was pres- ent, and in a short address gave good reasons why a local of the In ternational Brotherhood of Electri- cal Workers should be formed. This was supplemented by W. Symonds in a very forcible speech. It was thereafter unanimously decided to form a branch of this union in the i city and the following interim office- FOR SALE Three type writers., Apply Western Stationery Co. 365-O an Enumerator be expected to go to tne m0nth or season, plenty of pas- a house three or four times for a ture> straw stacks, and water. Ap- nainc, if he was unable to procure it piy at Hemelryk's farm, 6 miles east on his regular visit. There was no Oj town or address Jos. Fielding, discrimination whatever in the plac- Lethbridge. 261-12 ing oi names on the original list, nor ______; ;__________. has there been any difficulty in hav- ing a name added when such a name should have been "added. Why should such 'a statement be made? Why should men whose names are on the original list be advised through letter that their names Jiad been omitted? Is this a trick, or are we mistaken in. the assumption that the gentleman referred to would iden- tify himseli with suph. Is it an in- sult to be told that your education! has been sadly neglected and that you are not capable of reading your, own name? Docs your pride- not suffer a. trifle to think a fellow man considers you such a mark as to be caught by so flimsy a scheme? There is no man so wide awake that he can consider his fellow a somnambulist, sometime he nmy tumble to the fact that he himself is the Rip Van Winkle. Is it indicative of wisdom or honesty to have one's name associated, privately or publicly with falsehood? Wild and unfounded statements, as distant from facts as we are frorn the WANTED. Good general servant. Apply 1519 Dufleria St., or Box 1354, City. 265-0 WANTED Young girl for light housework. Apply 713 Dufferin St. 260-O BOY WANTED Position and home for good boy, twelve years of age to make himself useful. and to go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 260-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head f a family, or any maid over 18 fears ''Id, may homestead a quarter-sectiM. of available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Hue applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Y bearers were W. Symonds; vice president, R. CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND A Branch of this Bank ts now in Lethbridge ACCOUNTS of Individuals, Corporation, x Merchants and Farmers Invited Savings BanK Department will start an Account Interest paid four times a year at highest current rate A General Banking Business Transacted K. D. JOHNSON, Street Clark; secretary treasurer, M. Mo) Greery. The office-bearers and mem- bers hope that at the next meeting, notice of which will be given, the inside electrical workers will at- tend. The charter membership has been fixed at a very nominal figure, and this will be kept open for a month to allow all who have not al- ready done so, to join at the low fig- ure. Ten year old Dainty Dorris in her clever impersonations of Vesta Til ley. This we know will please all. antipodes, permeate the atmosphere, emanating from imaginations of ex- citable individuals, whose judgment and veracity have made election time their holiday season. Let us recall our more valuable senses at this par- ticular time when they are most need ed. cognizant of the fact that on the intelligent exercise of the franchise rests the government and administra- tion for the next four years of the most promising country in the world. T. J. Simons, Enumerator. We have inaugurated a new sched- ule of prices at the Bijou, 5c and IDc SINGING. Miss UrstfTa Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, -William Shake- speare, will receive, pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. PIANO Miss Margaret M. Eraser, M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piane and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation st The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per WARM At a very small expense you can make your hone as warm as though it were plastered Westera Chartered Corporation V Financial Agents. Fitcal AgenU Broken. for ttyri LU. All StaaJarJ HEAD OFFICE-VICTOR A, ft. C. is a durable covering made from the best sel- ected woolen rags, feiiu can be put on the walls by anyone, Write For Free Sample Sending name of your dealer to NOTICE All supporters of C. A. Magrath whose names are not on the voters' list are requested to report at the Conservative committee rooms, Boom "SALES AGENTS WANTED per week or 400 pe'r cent. profit. All.: sauiples; stationery, and art catalogue free. We want one permanent agent in this locality lor the largest picture and frame house in America Experience unnecessary. We instruct you how to sell our goods and furnish the capital. If you want a permanent, honorable Mid pro- fitable position, .write us today for particulars, catalogues and samples. Frank W. Williams, Company. 1214 W, Taylor St., Chicago, III. 265-i Agency for the district. Entry ay proxy may be made ai any ageaey on certain conditions, by father. mother, son, brother or set- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence and cultivation of the land in of-three yean. A homesteader live within nine miles of hi stead on a farm of st least 8U aarxjs solely owned and occupied by him er by his father, mother, son. ilsiijhtos. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader standing may .pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his atead. Price per sera. Dvtfes. reside six months in eech 14, Whitney Block. F. J. McKEOWN, Secretary. PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SALE 10x12 tent, 3 foot wall; tent stove; double spring cot; one minute wash machine, ball bearing wringer on standards; Shorthorn cow. Apply B. H. Van Spanckeren, 626 Crabb St. 265-6 Sittings of the District Court of the Dis- trict OT Leth- bridge FOR SALE South African Veteran Scrip for sale. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P. 0. Box 180. FOR SALE Second-hand upright piano. foundation stone, cheap. SOL-E ACCENTS MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers The sittings of the District Court and the District Judge's Criminal Court of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will be held at the places and on the dates given be- low for the trial of actions and the disposal of any civil business which N. Wakeley. may properly be brought before the said Court. Commencing: Tuesday, January 26th. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 23th. Tuesday, October 26th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. Tuesday, January I9th. i Tuesday. April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 21sl. Wednesday, September 8th. Wednesday, November 17th. Robert Harvie, Thursday, January ,21st. Grounds. Thursday, April 22nd, Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November 18th. TABER- Tuesday, February 9th. Tuesday, May llth. Tuesday, September 21st. Wednesday, December 1st. Tuesday, March 9th. Tuesday, June Sth. Friday, September Tuesday, December 7th. 8. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, 1908. terms cash. Apply 301 Bompaa St. 263-6 FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord oi Al of six yean from date of entry (including the time requires! te> earn homestead patent) and enttfosfta fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pvr- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each' of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W. W. GOBY, .Deputy of the Minister of the Interior- publication this advertisement will not be paid for. Apply E. 2M-0 FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits; fjices on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. N FOR QUICK SALE piano for cash. Splendid value, must have the money. Apply Box S. T., Herald Office 262-6 FOR SALE One four roomed house on Wes- minster Road south of Courtland St. Apply Mr. C. C. Edwards. 262-6 STORE TO RENT Hill Block Duftorin St., store sixty feet long. Good show windows. Ap- ply E. J. Hill Co. 266-0 TO RENT Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. opposite Athletic 266-6 LOST. A photograph of a lady. fiimer pleaae return to Herald and receive small reward. 265-6 Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip te THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip CALIFORNIA or any Pacific Coast Point Or a trip to Winnipeg, Detroit, St. Paul, Toronto, Chicago, Montreal, Boston, Ntw Yerk, Or any European point thought of. This line is equipped with unexcel- led first class coaches, tourist and standard sleepers, and dining cars, coupled with safety, speed and com- fort. For folders and complete informa- tion apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Agent, LtthbrMft. J. E. District Agent, Calgary, In replying to ads in this column kindly follow instruc- jfc tion stated in the ad. The jfr Herald cannot give any addi- ?fr tional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. FM EKroC LOT Thooe requiring Electric Lifbt supply will PMMC atll at the City Office and sign s torn of application for same. 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