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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHiKlDQt WIDNCIOAY, Dtty Fritttini at two by kk tour, win In- attrtet Campbelifou, Aug. Alborta, a pro- have been sentenced to was throe old years euoh in the penitentiary at Dor. She is ttie brightest, happiest, Chester for trying to force a fellow and most optimistic of the workmen on the Intercolonial rail, of Uw Dominion, way to strike. You can't blajuc the follows riuh- utf for land in this district. It is tfea productive land on top of earth and ii worth geUing slice of. One hundred bushels of tbo acre. How is that for the Leth- bridge district? The Edmonton Bul- letin might copy this record of a Luthbridgo district farm. fcoth Mw and oid Mt (TiM tUrald not responaibU for exptwMed la this col- umn. All correspondence tuuai be aecompanidd by the writer's name otherwise publication will refused. Side J From the commencement of its Una of la -1896 the Liberal government has advocated and car- ried into a progressive abo r policy. Its attitude towards labor has not been one of promise and pretence such as that of its opponent has been, but one of actual performance. Hero are some of the actual achievements of the government during its eleven or twelve years of office in the direct of the working class of Cu- Lethbridge, Sept. 1, 1908 from some remarks which I noticed in some of the Wcst- leni papers I boliove tho Western peo- [ple aro under the impression that all !the Harvesters that came from the THE WESTERNER SAYS (Toronto News.) Twenty years ago Manitoba was shown at Toronto Fair and had r, tlio Antdrm _ _ being on one of Car of F U WA Deuicraco, a western Indian, '.aged 25, Kll-from window in tho Knipiru building short. ly before noon today and was instant- ly killed Ho was :t buokkt-vp'T for a mniuifacturer'jj tigeut and look. ing 'out the window and either lost his balance? or bvcame faiut j 'East ary all of tho same class, and ILIA V.M VI1O a curiosity to the average wtefortune.of On Track Today The Bentty Co. ltd, DR. O. DENTIST Whitnjy Block After September Dr. Court ice will occupy his new offices over Mac- Donald't .Store, corner Round and Redpath Sts. Hours 9.12 and Telephone 265 ano The abolition of the sweating sys- Un in connection with government Tfc of a Department of Labor. .The publication of a monthly jour- nal, known aa the Labor Gazette. The adoption of a fair Wage policy with regard to all government con- tracts. The parsing of an act. to aid in tho prevention as well as ia the settle- ment ,of strikes or lockouts in all in- dustries connected with public utili- tiee ami requiring that an investiga- tion shall take place before strike or lock 6ut: in such industries is de- clared. The passing of an act to restrict householder. Now it is a necessity. l inform our Western friends that this is u The railways report thai, MfetaKen Jdea Although there was ent season's tearing travel has far number tbat acted; so ig. exceeded their expectations. So far L6rant that Jt w ,d a disgracc as that end of the business is con.ffO7 uny C0ljntry _to imve Uiem hv cerned good times are already i tbpse hut this PA-US not the case with the majority Calgary's .Christmas present is to {Qf thom for yoil cotlld fmd nmong be natural gas, Delivered in the city, t ,hem iis resixjctftbie a ciuss as you for domestic and industrial purposes, i fmd any. part of tho'West.' Everybody is. looking to the West that the intention of Christmas presents this year. Pine ii GKEAT REMOVAL SALE settling oti thc prairies, if given a i decent show, but that they did not One little field of winter wheat thoy bought Uloir llckets Pincher. Creek contains UOO acres, Jtm th2 .preseat they have had to and it is expected to thresh out an l put up wkh all or abuse. First average of 35 bushels per acre. That j thcy had U) take all lhe insults, that will help some in keeping the como their from toughs er'ri factories busy this winter. who accompanied thorn'on their jour- and from inconveniences the C. Wilkie, at the head of Tramping JP.R.-afforded them by not giving Lake, on the .new Canadian Pacific j them cars rtmi overcrowding line, is not four months old, yet it j theiu thm} aild fom. to a-seat, anti has fifty-seven buildings, including :now from the of somc of the two large hotels and six-large stores. Western papers. Your paper of Aug. It is expected" that bushels of 2G> stalcd that they were not want- OF For the Canadian N-itional ExhibL us fisiu at August 23th to September the Canadian Pacific Railway will have in effect special round trip rat.s. For fu! 1 information -as to rates datesrof sale limits, etc., apply to the nearest C R. Ticket Agent. 00.17 i i Canada Western Chartered Corporation I Ltd. Capital Beat Bargains r City Real Estate PBOFESSIONAt C AIDS DR. W. i. QALBRAITH Physician, Office MM Bedpath St. Heiore a.m., 'Phone M 2-3 7-3 p.m. NURftINO MRS. C. ft. OACY Trained nurse open for an be found at Mrs. W. 0. ourtlaud St. I, Bra nan kgetc) Pust Iffla Mod BOOTS and SHOES AT GERMAN'S Financial Agonts. Fiscal Agents i Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd. All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. the importation and enjoyment of grain will be marketed there this sea If not why do thc Westem go son.-Thus, what vas bare prairie last venmients advertise lor 30.000 har- aliens. The pasring ot an act to prevent immigrants being- induced by fraudu- lent representations to come to Can- ada; as a consequence of rcpreseuta- autumn is the site of a busy; vesters and send circulars ail ovc-r town, the centre of a profitable trade. the eastern provinces and also stated i there be government officials Now there is Taber, Alberta, a tidy tion from the government. a similar law was enacted in the Imperial Par- liament to prevent immigrants from Great Britain beinginduced by frau- dulent representation to to Ca- nada. The passing of an Act for the pro- tection of workhien engaged on public works. -The placing of prohibition tax of on Chinese labor; this for the protection of Canadian labor. Legislation for-the prevention of accidents on railways. The appointment of important la- bor commissions to investigate mat- ters of immediate concern, to labor, for example, the commission to in- qjuire into the conditions under which the Bell Telephone Co.'s employees were obliged to work, and which re- at Winnipeg to distribute them to lown four years old. It has a double the harvesting districts where they layer of prosperity. "Half the popu- were required, but such ..officials-were lation grow good wheat on the sur_; not present and thc men had to use face and the other half dig out good j their own judgment. Twice the num- coal in eleven mines one hundred feet her required went to some districts, below. There was not room for these Some went to places where there was resources side by side, so Providence no men wanted and a number went put them in layers. Show us other without employment. .1 do not find mining regions outside the Canadian West that are as well off. Pincher Creek fault with the Western papers for op- 1 posing the bringing of hoodlums from Eastern Canada, for 1 think they j have a sufficient number in their own j towns without importing them, but I j think its very unfair to. abuse nil Fmcher Creek, Sept: band (the harvesters for u certain held a successful dance on Friday ev- ening. The attendance was very number of them did. By giving space in your paper for suited in a reduction other improvements. The conclusion of of hours and arrangements good and as a consequence thc band these Jew funds were swelled somewhat. 5Cr. .Ino. Herron. returned from Win uiueg on Sunday morning. A man named O'Donaid, who is charged with horse stealing across You greatly oblige Alex. D. "Lethbridge. the line, was arrested with Japan for the limitation to Moses last Friday. here by Cor- FTe was WEATH'IR FOR AUGUST number satisfactory to Canada of immigrants from that country to Ca- nada and reducing Japanese immi- gration to nominal figures. An arrangement effected with the British government for a practical cessation ot immigration from India. It is true the question of the forma tion of a. labor bureau had been con- sidered by the Conservative as long ago as 1889, and had been recommended in that year by .a Rojr- al 'Commission, while in 189L the Conservative government of that date actually passed an Act authoriz- ing the establishment of such a bur- eau and appropriating the money ne cessary for the same. It was, however, a case ol promise without performance. Xo bureau was chajyjd out of the States by a sheriff, came to Fernie, where he sold thc horses, and then made his way to" Pincher Creek. Judgment has been handed down In a case tried at thc last sitting of the district court when .Ino. Brffmfl, real estate agent, sued a farmer named Craig for commission for the sale of n farm. Defendant had listed the farm with thc plaintiff, making a written agreement to ac- cept an acre. Plaintiff found aj buyer but Craig refused claim tng that he had instructed Bramff, verbally, to raise tht; price to Max Slin Precip. 92.8 57.0 94.8 45.1 Aug. 3............. 73.5 43.8 47.0 43.1 56.0 54.0 Medicine Hat Passengers The City Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- vey ing passengers bet-ween that statical ancl Medipine Hat af a''nominal charge of 75c each. E: ROBERTS City Clerk L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor 'Office "adjoining; Union Bank. 23-lyr Ifie Peace metal Strips For Mnte and floors r -i i WANTED 4fc3 I Good lots in, also modern house in good -location. Alberta Realty Co, Culiiilc link Ittttriiljt No Rubber No Felt Exclacles Draughts, Bust. Smolce, etc. Renders Window Spsh Noiseless' and Busy .'iluuniiffif. Baves Fuel 2o per cent KSj Hgent ftp 642" Aug. 1. Aup. 2 Aug. 4............. S2.S Aug. 5 52.0 Aug. 6 03.1 V Ang. 7 88.S Aug. 8 S5.9 Aug. 9 ...............84.3 Aug. 10 90.4 I Aup. 11 Aug. 12" Aug. 13 77.1 59.0 63.8 Judgment was given for the amount] of commission claimed. s Mr. Arthur Jackson has gone to Regina to spend a couple of weeks j 15 57.4 formed, and the act remained a dead with relatives, letter, being finally repealed by the Messrs. Plunkett. present government in 1905. the advent of the Liberal party to pewor, performance took thc place of promise. No commission was ap- pointed to discuss the necessity of creating a Department of Labor. It was taken for grnnted that, as there was a Department of Agriculture and of Trade and Commerce, so also should, there be one that directly identified itself with the interests of the working man and woman who were the greatest single factor in building up the Dominion of Canada. I3GO provisions were mada establishing, not a bureau of labor merely, as the Conservative Govern- ment had proposed, but had not done a Department of I.abor. and the moment the Act was ihr work of organization was bojjnn. lO' 82.9 i Aug. 20 91.8 Kemmis, Bolster JAn? 21 17 7 and II. Gtmn, left last nicht for Win- Q nipeg, to take part in a polo tour- nament, which opons there this week. Sir. Hugh McDonald, who la in Aug. 23 81.9 Aug. 24 82.1 I Aug. "23 S2.8 charge of Kelly's oil camp, has tak2u i 0- p. unto himself a -wife. The younu cou- ple have taken up their residence at the camp. Mr. and Mrs. F. T.. Crawford, of Medicine Hat? and Mr. and Mrs. O Mr. Cyril Jackson is back from Banff where ho ?pt'nt a couple "f weeks.. Lynch of Macleod, who have been out near for a Aug. 27............ 69.7 A up. 23 73.8 Aug. 29 69.6 Aug. 67.9 Aug. 31 65.4 47.3 56.1 52.2 53.0 47.9 47.0 45.3 39.0 45.3 43.3 47.2 4G.2 57.0 46.6 33.7 44.0 44.0 47.0 50.9 35.1 45.0 45.3 43.0 45.1 SATISFCT That's what every job we do g'ves. guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have a large stock oE WallPaper at our call and see it. See us for Painting, Paper Hanging, Eocse Decorating, Kalsoroinmg, MADAM NORMAN Pi intake) Teacher of pianoforte, organ, aoc oice production. Visits or receives prepare ory or advanced. Coaching for exami. Howard House, Crabb HAMILTON Enc'nort end Room Block. K.C., D.C.L., 8. Morton B. C I CONY8EARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Otfice: Conybeare Block. Uthbridf., Alt.. W. C. SIMMOKb Advocate, Etc Office: Southard Block. R. G. ADDISOIS 5'Jcctsser 8. C. MOORE Director and Offlce-KMt to Preabyierian Office Phoue Rcsideuoe P. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redp.th A1U. J. F. Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy zind Light YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. THE" MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's-Clothes-and Plain Sewm, 41 Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCC UNION ilt-et in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the mouth at 3.3Q p. ID. Visitors always welcome, MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pre. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN. 8ecreUr> B3-0 t Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite- Balmoral i PH o N E: es Lethbridge Lodge [St) A. F. A. G. R. A. Regular meeting night, third Thursday of each month in Masonic P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren .-A-ili always recem a hearty'weJcome. A.C.MESSER. w- XI- Secretary P. 0. Box 0.49, O.OGi WELLINGTON BROS. t Corner Cutbiil and Courtland LethbriJge 0.11 0.02; 0.03 j 1 0.131 AM Hestaurant: For UOOT) MEALS 051 Orders at all Hours Prompt and Efficient Meets 1st and Unl M o n d ays in K. of P Haii at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S CanadiaD Order of Foresters Oliver Block Phone 228 TotaU Avc-rngt-s 2447.91462.5 O.SO 73.9 47.1 SINGING couple of weeks, returned last night! Ursula Archer, A. R. A. i London. England, pupil of the nml left for their homes. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Canadian Courier, which is nou- tral in politics, commenting in its last iss.ue on Sir Wilfrid Lnurier's tour, will ho more in tho position that he occupied in I89f> when his tour through this province aroused groat enthusiasm. Certainly he is the host puhlfc trilmne that the country contains. His phxU'orm ap- peal is far more ofTectivc thnn 1h.it .-f suiy other man in t tical life. lie is r one orator. We have other convincing speakers, lojjical dehatcrs, and mas- tars of platform humor; but we have Mr. J. H. Carson, of thc Union; im-nt teacher, William Shakespeare, Hank is back from CowU-y when- he late loachor of vocal mu.sic in tho .-pent twu weeks on a relieving trip, j Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., Mr. W. A. Frasor returned this will rocoivv pupils in votco culture from a business trip to i and music on and a {tor S-v j timber 1st at The Lethbridge Censer. Macleod. Mr. D. Gillies was n visitor to Clar_ yesterday. vntory of Music. PIANO 21 per Look to the South wiudo-w of Sage's Store for samples of the new arrival of cheap paper bound books in political life only one orator, and j he is the Prime Minister of Canada.! Whether or not Sir Wilfrid wltt at-' R. Margaret M. Frasor, A. T. C. M.. late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piane and theory of Highest nrtistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per MADAME NORMAN Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents Dear Is a. Bottle of Liquid Venesr worth Fifty Well, jast try the goods, observe the results and decide the question for yourself. If your piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it. thus saving tho expense of sending the instrument to the factory for refinishing iE yoarfurniture, woodwork, picture frames, ohind ;liers, gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look like new by simply wipinij the surfaces with a cloth in listened in Liquid Voaeyr, thus saving tho tremendous expanse of refin-ishing everything, as well as the annoying presence 01 varnishers and nuisance of brushes, paint pjts. sticky surfaces and varnish smalls, all without tho loss of the u >e of your rooirn for a don't yon think thnt a o Ic Inttle will really do you more than S50 worth of trood r That is exactly what a 50c bottle of Liquid will do. it fi trial and satisfy yourself. We know that if you usr: it as directed you arc sure to be delighted with tho results. Yours very truly, BUFFALO SPKOTALTY COMPANY Meets in K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. TO YOUR HEALTH you rlrink every time you drink a bottle of Alb rta Pride Beer bottled by us. bottle only the wht-tlier it is beer, mineral waters. ginger ale. sursoparilla, kola kola, ironbtvw. ttc. Our soft drinks are all healthful, as well as tho pure and df'licious bottled be r, bottled by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd m tmi (Orchestral Pianist.) Disengaged for evening engage, i I ments, town or country. Every branch i of professional undorstood hav. ling Iwd 20 years experience in a! I Band of fourteen mon. all G. W. GRAY Utlritige First-class Cafe MR HOTEL QINjHfi Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE LETHBRIDGE ffO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday ol etch month at 8.J5 p.m. E. A. SHAKMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. SMS of Eiglari tafit Wet) Miwt in the KnigUn of rjthin- Hal! every and thinl Tliurmlay in tlw at S p.m. Viaiting hrrthwn nlwuys we! come. Walter T. RoWnt, Sc W. Box 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hmll CTCVJ we- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, flnd out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate VTkvu xia, ROBERT NEVIN. W. A. DIOKSON, Seore'Ury. ;