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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta m $100 REWARD The above amount will be cheerfully awarded to any peraoh or persons pioving that our milk nnd cream is not etactly aa we represent it to be, i.e.. perfectly free from any form of adulteration or dilution and never ' tampered within any way detrimental to its quality from the time it leaves the cow till it is delivered to the cuttomer. - ... ... . ... We'donH figare on thi� being a very brilliant advertisement, but we are not in the advertising business we Are in the Miih Business * And this advertisement will fulfil its mission if it impressees you with the foot that we mean business and are prepared to do it with the right goods at the right prices. -  - - - . - - '* Cleanliness is Next to Ck>dliness" Isn't it, and ai a boainett man's religion should be at at all times A SQUARE DEAL, we feel entitleil to use ' the above phraae as a motto. As for cleanliness, we are making every effort to efasure absolute cleanliness in every detail of car bnainess, and not only claim our milk and cream (produced fh>m alfalfa fed cows) to be Al in quality, but cheerfully invite inspection of both the wholesale and retail end of our business, and feel quite confident that an official analysis of all the' milk and cream on the Lethbridge market would be greatly to our f advantage. Few people realize that of all the foodstuffs which we daily oonaume none is so susceptible to contagion as milk. It follows, then, that every precaution and care ahonld be taken to guard against any such results. 'Our aim is to give the cleanest and best milk and cream it is possible to produce, and at the present market prices. We calculate on being amply repoid for our extra pains and expense of advertising by securing - a trade that will appreciate our efforts. ' ^ Another feature of the retail end of our business is the COUPON SYSTEM which we are quite satisfied will be worth your while investigating. ' ^ Up till quite recently the Fairfields have supplied all their milk^and cream to Budd, Reid & Co., but ns Reeds are now milkinii some cows of their own, G. H. Roberts haa contracted to handle the entire output of Fairfield dairy. The name "Fairfield Dairy" has so long been the trade mark for milk and cream that G. H. Roberts it using the name for its advertising merits, and respectfully solicits the patronage of all those who are looking for No. I quality of milk and cream. * Guarantee Cleanliness, Quality and Prompt Delivery W�tek for the big covered wagon, or a eard to B^x 334 will tecure prompt attention. Yours very retpeetfoUy G. H. BORING JTOR GAS Entire Council Will Confer Willi Electric Co. At the City Council nweting Tuesday the memibers present wereMayor Kogers, Aids. liaiUing, Oliver and AdaixLS. C. B. Bowman was given a month's Xatkxe of absenf� and Hiss B.O. Stewart was appointed to act as socretbry during his absence: A motion was passed to pay Jesse Walker's expenses to the Calgary fire Chicr's convention. Thoy amounted to 87.90. 1''. C. Cooke was given permission to move the stable on lot 9, near the City Bakery, provided he covered it with iron siding. Tt was decided to take all the l)roperty west of Wood St. out of the fire limits. The chairman of works aod property committee will ask for tenders for a new iron roofing to be put on the old part of the fire hull building and ho was instructed to have the same completed at once. A. L. McPherson's letter re raising $15,000 additional coqumon Ktock in Woollen Mill.by Eastern capitalists before debenture stock is guaranteed by city, was received and illod. A cominuinication wgs read from the secretary of the Board of Trade giving resolutions passed favoring jwrnianent roadmaking and in regard to irrigation bo.xcs. H- was filed. Hugh Scott reported the Canada thistle was spreading on the streets and ho had re-vortod to hand pulling to get rid of them, as cutting :nheir appreciation of the bands efforts and buy a ticket. A special privilege of liancing "ray ' on the head set will be given to the one purchasing the greatest number of tickets. ' , Tickets $1.50, including refre.sh-monts. TENDERS WAIiTED. Wesley Sunday School will (Kcnlc at St. Mary's on Saturday. - They will go out on the local leaviiiig at 6.4.'� and returning at 4.30. All the school will Ix! provided with, fi'co tickets. Tickets for adults will lie 75 cents, an the summer. It was an.exciting match that laste# twelve innings. Tabor scored one run in the first innings, throe in the second, thr2e in Ihe sixth and one in the ninth .and the victorious run in the twelfth Lethlu klgo tallied,, one in the flnit, one in the third, thive in the fifth and three in the sixth. The summary was as follows: R. n. E. 'ralier......... .....................0^0 7 Lethbridge......... .....,.8 14 0 Butteries-Taljcr/ Walker and A. Ivoe; Lethbridge, Borbcr and Sul - I i van. \ 3 base hits-Wilcox, B. Lee. 2 Imsehits-A. Lee, Bailey, Hduk, Simons 3. V One lw.se hits.-R. I^-e Edwar Is, Wilcox 3, Wing,. Johnson, ilailey, Houk 2, Simons 2, Barber, Sullivan Peterson 2. Struck out-By Walker 18; by Barber 10. Ites.'s on batli^-OH Bai*er 1, off Walker 1. \ Hit by pitcher-Walker 1, Barber 2 Barber though flesh\to the pitch -er's box did extremely well. ANOTHEU PIjf)UR MIU.. Mr. Moffatt, of the Columbia Millr ing Co., Endcrby, B. C, w^as in the city last week and informed the Herald thntf his company pui-posed starting a flour mill hero, as soon as enough' wheat-was , raised in the, district to warrant It. They Would '\\\m. lajjvq OOJI * o^uiodo would heccssitafe the-use of ' >)00 bushels of Wheat |>er day. They would pxpeet.Mas generous treatment from the � crt.v as was given the Ellison Co, Think of Pr. Slioop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges-^ if your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil of Eucalyptus. Th.vmol, Menthol, etc., incorporatml into an imported'Crcamliko |iot,rolatumt. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. (;!all nt our store for free trial box. Sold by J. D. HiginlMtham & Co. ON WITH THE FWHT Oicclarei Prctidcnl JlicmM -a Labor Cdclrailon. Labor Divy wos royally celebrated by "'the labor men of the city. They hud a real good time and a i^ig crowd participated in the demonstration. .Vt ton o'clock the procession marched through the principal streets-headed by the local Imnd. It pre-sento>p-rosentation. At the buml stand a large crowd assembled to listen to the various speakers. On the platform wxsre Mayor Rogers, W. C. Simmons M.L. A., Pres. Sliemwn of the Minors' Union, .Ino. Sharp, a wpjvsentati%'e from Illinois who is in town (ook-imc into the local situation, P.i-v. .1. E. Hughson and gentlemen pri'iv inent in union circles. .Tnhn Oalvin was in the chair and introduced each speaker with ''ident increase in nunil>crs and interest, in unity and strength. He pointed to the bt|rtge of the carpenters and jointers which some one had pinned upon his'breaxt and said thgt he came under the heaTnpathy with the union movement, poinrting-out that capital was organized, professions had their associations, merchants and manufac -turers met in great conventions, the age was one of organization, and it was inevrtable that labor should unite to protect its interests. He urged,, however, that the unionstind for the conciliation and arbitration of. any. differences that may arise and that a strike be always the last resort. He depreciated violence . and advised them to cast the ballot ^ut never a brick. . F. 11. Sherman was the noxt speaker. Ho gave a stirring �d -dress. He said that it was the first time the minors had been fri% to observe Labor Day, although it. was a national holidoy. They had onon told hitherto that they miist work or lose thoir job. He referred to the local strike. He sai�l he was i>re-pared to drop out of sight if that wouUl facilitate a settlement. Hut the men were unwilling to have him retire, and in their prcsont spirit they would never go back to work imtil their demands were in sonic moasurin met. Ho cared not how nmny nicn the comiian^' might put in the mines, when the time came to do so these .would come out and join the union in its riemamls. When iiolico protection atid special potting and favors from the company ceased the men would prove quite susceptible to argument f nd would prove a boomerang to the company.  He . deprecated ^violence of j-ny kimi but said that he had evi^pnce to show that Thiol detectives imported from Chicago by the , Oomr pany had instigated tho dynaniite outrages that had taken place, 'ihey had got hold of certain persons whom they could influence and had instigated them to deeds of violence. Neither men nor leaders in Ihe union supported violence. He, thought that the press instead of assuniiag that the union could be held rcspiVn-sible should have known enough of tho vays of corporations to Iiave waitc-d until tho facts were brought out. He believed that the best weapon was the ballot. He urged iabor to go into, politics as Tt bad done In England and to wield its influence at the source of law and authority. He claimed that the Uovernmsnt should enact that when one party to a di.spute was willing to arbitrate a qiHMJtion and the other refu>)orl, llien the law should step in and lom pel a settlement. lie concluded by saying that I.�ibor woukl contest every possible con.siituehcy at tho coming elections.' W, C. Simmons eulogised the Do-ntinion government for setting ^part a national holiday dedicated particularly to the laboring classes, ^hile ho did not belong to any of the trades unions he claimed (ellow.'^iiip in a large union, which included all of then*, namely, the brotherhood of man. As a humltle member ol the same ho^submitted that no person, union or cornoration hod the right to dictate to him a* to whether he shouki work or leave it^alone. I^bor unions by JiKtieious action could fio much to better the conditions of the laboring classes, but in such action tho,v should be careful, not to Inter-fei� with the liberty of tho lndi\td-ual. .. The human mind was largely the same, whether tlio material form in which It dwelt happened to be a tniner, tradesman, nlierchant or cap-itall. HAS OPENED A CASE OP - HAT S - MANqFACTURED IN WATSESSING, NEW JERSEY-SOFT, PLIABLE. LIGHT AND THpROLY CORRECT. We are constantly trying to tell you ^fyoA% by giving you The Best Quality and The Lowest Prices GUNS, AMMUNITION, STOVES, GRANITEWARE, ETC BINDER TWINE, DEERING HARVESTING MACHINERY Tlie Central Hardware Store d L. VROOMAN New Servicel Through to CHICAGO [Through Tourist sleeper daily to Chicago and intermediate points via the ommAT M^mTHKmM MAILWAY8 Superb new train, the OMENTAL LIMITED ' Tourist sleeping car rates ariB one half standard sleeper rates. Every convenience. Every comfort. For particjilars inquire H. MMkatk. Lethbridge. Alta; S. S. "DAKOTA" sailt from Seattle for the Orient, Nov. 28: ity and idiould be careful. not to f;ow the seeds of discord as this wo.jld only bring harm on the cause espoused by them. They should recognize the principle laid down by the great' teacher tn the parable of the talents, namely, that tho capbbilitics of all nun were nut equal and ^o him that hath shall bo given. This universal truth"^ was crystallized in the nini�e�!nth century in a new language U.^ that brilliant coterie of scientists, Huxley, Spencer and Darwin, when they put forth' tho law of natural s.^tect -ion and survjv I of the fitttcst. The appHcation of this universal -'aw is that effort action. and ambition are rewarded and those who take adva.i-tage or thoir. opportunities are those who succeed. [, Speaking of the attitude of the Provincial Legislature to the L>ibor unions he said he was not ashamed to have the recent Provincial Act regulating coal mines and the H-ch-anics Lien Act placed beside any legislation of any country in the world on the same matters ahd this legislation would not suffer in 'he comparison as tho.so act.* guaranteed to the workmen a largo measure oi protection and redress. And while this was true it must be roihcmbcredvit was the duty of tho Legislature to legislate for all classes and not for tho unions alone. He was aware that possibly many of them differed from him but was sure they could all unite in'saying thae this, was a. grand country to live in and it should be the aim of every class, and individual as far as possible to get on contmon ground and co-opccatc in the upbuilding in this our Canada of, a great nationll. Mr. Sharp followed. He contaandid for the closed shop. Ho claimed that when a hundred and ninety nine men out of two hundred decided to adopt a certain course the one man must submit. It was only a question of the rule of the majority, which is recognized in so ntany other relations. He quoted the authority of Speaker Cannon of the .House of Representatives that out of every 828.00 of wea,lth producent of England had so epactcd 80 years ago.' The sports tndk place at the ,\th-Ictic grounds and resulted aw fol -lows: / Rest float outside union.- Mrs. S^ndham's-naby Parn�. Best union float-Brewers. .Rest union turnout.-R.M. & :?.r. (Tuion. Tug of war.-Minor's Union. 100 y�lfl, ihish;-Dan Quigle.v. ' IfH) yds. dash, married' men.-Dan Quigley; Barnes A Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAX. AGENTS OMicf-SscaM Floor Saatbsri Uiici Pest Office Box 3 Talaphone No. 132 HXCSiOlOlOTOXXOTcaXOXX^^^ TRY AN Electric Massage Or ShaiitiXN) AT THE Hotel Lethbridge Barber Shop Most Up-to-date in.town M. PRIEST - PROPBIETOB A 30 yds. dash, marrietl vonien-Mrs. Gardiner. 50 yds. dash,^boys-Mike Kosko. 50 .yds. dash, single women.- AI. Shorthousc. 50 yds. dash, girls-Chunic. .10 yld Heaton. An enjoyable smoking concert was held in,the evening. In' the drawing for tho summer house, .1. Newton won wrth ticket No. 0, J. D. Iliglnboihami has sinca bought the building from him. C. C. Richards & Co. D^r airs,-For sonte years I had only partial use of my arm, caused ky a atiddsn strain, I have used ev-wy i-eaedy without effect, until I ga( a sample bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT, The Ijoneflt I reei)iv�l from/it caused me to continue its use, and now I am happy to say my arm is completely restored. R: W. HARRISON. Oiamis, Ont. The laxative effect of Chamber -Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so natural you can hardly rcallM that it is progucod by a nwilicine. Those tablets also cure indigestion and biliousness. Price 39 cents. Samples ' -free at All Druggists. m ;