Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
$100 REWARD The above amount will be cheerfully awarded to any person or persons ptoving that our milk nnd cream is not exactly ai we represent it to be, i. e., perfectly free from any form of adulteration or dilution and never tampered with.in any way detrimental to its quality from the time it leaves the cow till it is delivered to the customer. - - ... . . We'don't figure on this being a very brilliant advertisement, but we are not in the advertising business we Are In the Milk Business * And this advertisement will fulfil its mission if it impressees you with the fact that we mean business and are prepared to do it with the right goods at the right prices. - - - - - - - "Cleanliness is Next to Godliness" Isn't it, and as a business man's religion should be at at all times A SQUARE DEAL, we feel entitled to use ' the above phrase as a motto. As for cleanliness, we are making every effort to ensure absolute cleanliness in every detail of our business, and not only claim our milk and cream (produced from 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 r advantage. Few people realize that of all the foodstuffs which we daily consume none is so susceptible to contagion as milk. -It follows, then, that every precaution and care should 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 repaid 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 8YSTEM which we are quite satisfied will be worth your while investigating. ' ^ Up till quite recently the Fairfields have supplied all thtir milk and cream to Budd, Reid & Co., but as Reeds are now milking some cows of their own, G. H. Roberts has 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 is using the uame for its advertising merits, and respectfully solicits the patronage of all those who are looking for No. I quality of milk and cream. We Guarantee Cleanliness, Quality and Prompt Delivery ON WITH JTHE FIGHT Declared President Sherman ;i Labor Celebration. Labor T>uy wax royally celebrated lij slho labor men of the city. They hurt a real good time and a big crowd participated in the demonstration. At Ion o'clock the procession mar* died through the principal streets headed by the local Itand. It presented a very creditable appearance, the various union turning out in full force, the. (lags banners and cn-' signs showing clearly in the sunlight Sain t'rahli. secretary of the Minora I'niou mounted on a well groomed steed led the procession. The tims-i>ns in their white suits looked imat and trim. The flouts were not an many or as well gotten up �s in 'or rner years, the brewery floats din persing five beer being the only representation. Al the band .stand a large crowd assembled to listen to Hie various speakers. On the platform were Mayor llogors. W. O. Simmons M.L. A., Pres. Sherman of the Miners' Union. .Ino. Sharp, a representative from Illinois who is in town look- HAVE YOU GRASPST IT? � 6. fi. Johnston � HAS OPENED A CASE OP - HATS - MANUFACTURED IN WAT8E8S1NO, NEW JERSEY-SOFT, PLIABLE. LIGHT AND THOROLY CORRECT. Watch for the big covered wagon, or a card to Box 334 will secure prompt attention. Yours very respectfully We are constantly trying to sell you goods by giving you The Best Quality and The Lowest Prices GUNS, AMMUNITION, STOVES, GRANITEWARE, ETC BINDER TWINE, DEERING HARVESTING MACHINERY The Central Hardware Store G\ L. V ROOM AN G. H. BORING JOR GAS Entire Council Will Confer With Electric Co. At the City Council meeting Tuesday the members present wcrcMuyor lingers, Aids. Harding, Oliver und Adams. 0. II. Bowman was given a month's lenvo of absence and Miss H.G. Stewart was appointed to act as sccretbry "during his absence: A motion was passed to pay Jesse Walker's expenses to the Calgary lire Chief's convention. Thoy amounted to 87.1*0. I'. C. Cooke was given permission to move the stuhle on lot W. near the City llakory, provided ho covered it with iron siding. It was decided to take all the properly west of Wood St. out of the fire limits. Thv chairman of works and property committee will ask for tenders for a new iron roofing to �k> put mi the old part of the fire hall building and he was instructed to have the same completed al once. A. 1Mcl'herson's letter re raising $15,000 additional common trtock in Woollen Mill by Eastern capitalists lH-fore debenture slock is guaranteed by city, wan received and illed. A communication wgs read from the secretary of the Hoard of Trude giving resolutions passed favoring ]h>riuunent roadmaking and in regard to irrigation boxes. It was filed. Hugh Scott reporled the Canada thistle was spreading on the streets and ho had resorted to hand pulling to get rid of them, as cutting -.lid not kill them. He reporled also that a crossing had been put down across Dufforin street at P. Col -man's grading vns done on Crubb St. at the Co-operative store sothat the voter will now drain to Red -path. Inspector Parry reported that tho collodions made by him during August were Licenses 558; Pound, $8.25: dogs, $4.; tines �40; sale of nn impounded animal $10. The Socretary treasurer reported the city's overdraft on Sept. 1 to be 9,9,900.87. Itobt. Sago certified that ho hod mode a special audit of the books of^.tho Bocrotary-treaiurer to August 81 and found them correct. Tho tender of the Provincial Lumber Co. for sidewalk material was accepted, provided they sign u contract to furnish the lumber of No. 1 material ami deliver the same us required anil that no cedar lie accepted. When the Flour Mill by-law mine up, the Mayor objected lo the clause giving the company power to conduct a retail business. He suitl ihe Council never intended the by-luw to contain such u provision him I he thought the city solicitor should not have allowed it to go through. Mr. Conybbearo trtOid he hud drawn up the contract according to the agreement given him by tho Council. Ho did not think he had any right to complain of/any provision to the Council, when they 'had given him an agreement endorsed by them. The Mayor maintained tho objectionable clause was not in the agree-ment hut tho city solicitor claimed that it was. Aid. Oliver declared that the City Solicitor was trying to serve two concerns. It was his duty to ad -vise tho council and safeguard tho city's interests. 1 Finally all the by-laws received their third reading. Tho Lethbridge Klectric Co. wrote asking the Council to appoint i ne of its memlKTs to co-operate with the company in prospecting for gas. The Mayor and Council w � and tin City Hand want epiite dillerent bold a share. The l-.-thl.rldg. some "glud rugs" for their bund and land thre, propose to give a grain! bull on | Friday evening, St-ptemlwr l'lth nt Oliver's Hull to swell the uniform, fund. The boys propose to give lethbridge the best band in Allienn before Jun. Jst. l)~ and the poopie should show their appreciation of the bunds efforts ami buy a ticket. A special privilege of dancing "ra� ' on tho head set will he given to the one purchasing the greatest numlier of tickets. . Tickets fl.no, including refreshments. TAUKR WON. Defeated Lethbridge Hull Team Here on Monday. TalK'r trimmed Ijotllbridge at base-bull on Monday ami thus got revenge for their defeat here eurly 'n the summer. It wus an,exciting imvtch that lusteO twelve innings. Tnlier scored one run in the first innings, three in the second. thr.v sixth ami one In the ninth victorious run in the twelfth lethbridge tallied one in the flr.it. one in the third, three In the fifth in the sixth. The summary was us follows: It. II Tuber ............................. N'thbridge ....................... Rut lories-Tuber, Wulker ami A U�; U'thbridge, Harbor und Sul livun. PICNIC TO ST. MAHY'S. TENDERS WANTED. Tendors will be recoived up to September 8th, inst., for placing u concrete and wooden foundation under the present frame store of the Hudson's Hay Co, situated on corner of Hound and Baroness streets. Also for continuing the wooden sheeting dovn to the ground on which iron sheeting la to be placed. Particulars can lie had from tho Manager it IMhbrldge. 'A huso hits-Wilcox. J base hits-A. Ijih, Simons l\. One Imso hits.-It. Wilcox It, Wing. Houk 3. Simons 2 Peterson 3. Struck out-Hy llarber in. Hus-s on balls^-Off Bartier 1 Walker t V Hit by pitcher-Walker I. Harl>er Ilarber though fresh to the pitch er's box did extremely well. Wesley Sunday School will fMculc at St. Mary's on Sat unlay. They will go out on tho local leaving at 0.1.1 and returning at 4.30. All the school will tie provided with free tickets. Tickets for adults will lie 75 cents, and nuiy lie otrtninod from 0. K. Valley. O. D. Austin or the C.P.H. agent. Parents are requested to make generous provisions for lunches, und arc purllculurly invited to spend the day with the school. All tho children of the school except tho infant class will call at the church �t tour Friday afternoon and receive tickets. Bo in tlmo in tho morning, llroaktast will lm servod on tho grounds. Comp with the children for a merry holiday. WKRKLY MARKKT REPORT. (Furnished by Hater and McLean.) Our cable from Liverpool today shows quite a declino in prices. Ontario cattle hointf quoted tat 10}c to 11c, Top ranchers 10 to 10J cents. Lower grades of ranchers from '-> to 10 cents. Extreme hot weather in (Ireat Hritain with tl* heavier sup-piles gbno forvurd is rosponsi'ile for the lower prices prevailing this week Tho local market for butcher cattle is still glutted, all tho huy.trs being full up, ami butcher steers If good will make from 3} to .1J osits. Middling steers $2.75 to $3.25. Cows S3 50 to $3.7ft. ANOTHER FMJC'R MILL. Mr. MofTult. of the Columbia Milling Co.. Knderby, H. C, was 'n the city last week ami informed the Herald that, his company purposed starting a flour mill hero, us soon as enough, wheat -was nil mm! In tho district to warrant It. They would (|:i|i|.w >00 bushels of wheat per day. Thoy would expect, as generous treatment from the city hh was given the Ellison Co Think of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges- if your breath Is foul or feverish. It contains Oil of Eucalyptus, Thymol. Mont hoi, etc., incorporated into an Imported-croamliko petrolatum. Tl soothes, heals, purifies. controls. Call at our store for free trial box. Sold by J. D. Illginbotham & Co. tmj into the local situation, V.ev. .1. E. Hughson and gentlemen nr-viv-inent in union circles. John Oalvin was In the chair and introduced each speaker with Shop % Most Up-to-date in town S M. PRIEST - PROPRIETOR @ M %10 .8 11 iff tho different sections of the commun rotectlon and redress. \nd while this was true it must remembered it wan the duly of tho Legislature to legislate for all lasses and not for the unions alone. He was uvare that possibly nuviy of them differed from him but was sure hey could all unite in saying than this was a grand country to live in and It should bo tho aim of mvry lass and individual as far us pos ililo to get on common ground and o-o|ierate in the upbuilding in this our (.'anatla of a great nation. Mr. Sharp followed. He contund.'d for tho closed shop. Ho claimed that when a hundred and ninety nine men out of two hundred decided to adopt u certain course the onu man must submit. It was only a quest -ion of lite rule of the majority, which is recogulzed in so many other relations. He quoted the authority of Speaker Cannon of the Uousu of Hopreseniatives that out of every S'JBOO of wealth produced by capital ami labor, capital gets $3,400 und labor tfloO.. This he claimed was not an equitable division. Mayor Rogers wus to have spoken hut was excused becauso of loss of voire. las. Ritchie wus the last speaker. He replied to Mr. Simmons saying that he wus an old Liberal, but could not endorse Mr. Simmons in his contention, that tho Government should not, enact in fuvor of the closed shop as n Liberal government of Kngland had so enacted !10 years ago. Tho sports took phire at the Athletic grounds and resulted us fol -lows: llost float outsldo union.- Mrs Sowlham's Ruby Farm. Rest union float-Rrewers. Rest union turnout.-R. M. & Pnlon. Tug of war.-Minor's Union. 100 yds. dash.-Pan Qulgley. 100 yds. dash, married men.-Dan Qulgley. ,'i0 yds Gardiner. AO yds. dash, AO yds. dash, Shorlhouse. AO yds. dash, .10 yds., sack dash, married women-Mrs. boys-Mike Kosko. single women.- M. girls-Chunie. race-McMillan 50 yds stick race, hoys, -Mike Kosko. Illuming high jump.-.1. Rundle. Itunning broad jump.-Mat Va*.'te-nic. Spoon and egg race.- Maggie Mo-Nubb. Wheel barrow race.- R. Terupvn, Mike itosuftiiy. Putting shot.-T.'odmnrke. Throwing hammer.-A. Frayme. Three leg race.-McMillan, Hut lor. MARY SHOW. 1st prize, $7.. 1 to il years. Muriel Moore. 2nd prize, $a, aiad.s Manning. 1st pri/.o under one year, Har-dd lleaton. An enjoyable smoking concert was held in the evening. In tho drawing for the summer houne, .1. Newton won with ticket No. 0, J. p. Illginbotham Ihib sine* bought tho building from him. V. V. Richards & Co. IX�r Sirs,-For some years I had only partial use of my arm, canned y a sudden strain, I have used ovary reawtly without effect. until I gat a sample bottle or MINARJVH LINIMENT. The lienefU I received from / It caused mo to continue its uso, nnd now I am happy to say my arm is completely restored. IV. W. HARRISON. fllnmis, Ont. Tho laxative effect of Chamber -Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable and so natural you can hardly realise that it Is produced by a medicine. Thoso tablets also euro indigestion and biliousness. Price 35 cents. Samplos ' freo at AH Druggists.