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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HAD VERY sue- CESSFDl DAY Neznaa- Bank of W, C. The speaker afld Block: I A j Block, vvftn SoKcl- etc., Hill Block, Hooirf 4, Redpath MEDICAL and Con- MeNrtr i dealt briefly with .abor Congress ot howicg that it was tht Association and was' kept protection of organized la- ail union men. ssed the belief that Leth- -he best organized labor lm-erica advised them to .up uisir organization be readv for, emergency as .everything will not be plain sailing all the time. Harrington Of Fernis H. Harrington. Qf lan sard thai they that goin tions. The that purchases-are made must be fair.-The Ubor movement'is the.greatest i.hil- anthropic movement oa'behalf or the oaes well. He appealed to the lad I'M noi 1o al- jow, one cent go through fnni {homes that will uot help the ones m other homes >o 30 ;0 their places as citizens'vf the coun- Donald MciNabb, t: that them to -i bin! as a two} 2.000 two. 1 five 'year old fat I 3 head of 6 year old >ad. of grade Lincoln on time with good Buckley, Sweet Grass 25 cents insertion when not'eceeding 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE cfill am HaiL k' althouSh some, the classes think they have extinguished me trod gave you the he continued, "if you do not exercise it fault is it He made man nd cold him SITUATIONS VACANT: once. The Leth bridge Iron Works. 203-0 tfiv a Labor Day" celebration 'without outside-the ranks'of labor to They, were proving it by -none but lahnr men on unpaid: labprv The ,many. FOR -SALE- land PoTTs etc. 4 Alberta Street. R. Andrew work. a flu u sueuKer witn a bright ay of saying things. "This I Ii> ijii- to but h'is W. t. OAL8RAITH- .AJKL; 7-g 114 1253. ft. A Mt If 14; VA trail Vii A it jay of saying things. -ims 1: bor Day, the day when we are .TT, and the only day when we are For the other three hundred and six-I tj-iour we work for the He to see' from i; him. We the is a sreat- 1S tliat rightfully b used. "Labor is the chmery oufcof which- the capital' frmirnri n-.l. 1, i V- "Tiy tut fellow and are worked by j say that organized labor" is a feH. Stafford Block. 213 R4. Of aoiirs 1-3; 7-8.30. Sit; fc C. C. -Aceouchtr. Office, Alberta Block, JUsldemce, corner Glyn and Boa- HOUM, 11-11; 74JC. OR. GARNET t. arad- "..itiatf Tlojal. Collefe of Dental Toronto. Office 119 She -BuHdins. Hours j College of. Music Phone 420. vwu- moor movement but'-thev acancta" in 'political H-e Tas that there were no plaurade-dealing politicians on the platform with him, The Division of-Class He disputed the statement is a pugnacious, being and unable to work mutually. He contended that association and help is.j in and possible as cuinvatfon 'We should so mutually aid ana sist each other as to overcome- environment surrounding; us But are divided up into factions Taces and organizations -It is tinT; i the political parties. dropped these d., up only, the division should not consider and and Phone office Hldnitotbaci 11 eniuajg o. BOX in, f: State Nor. saleslady de- sires a .position in general dry goods Best city .references. Applv Box vit-veiana wnee sell cheap! 909 T> X "l seu cneap, Bruce St, Riven-lew. 25-2 seven eight years d. 2.COO pounds, perfectly sound .first jclass--brick" layers has'.'noth and when nothing to offer T ui j.vrt jet T tJTi Apply Smlth-Bros. Wilson wishes flo M to look after child three years Apply manager, Hudson's" Bav general work. must at -lesst. y-treasurer. 223-C 223-6 JBrunton St. .r >A. .224-6lro0m.H modeni hoSo two roomed must maD j .Block.... AonK- -iSmk Th AI' .pair'ofjand on. not as JBarbef shoo HcNabb. concluded return to McKeown o te the -4.- to a finish in the oi. the laboring class, for he i believed that time is ripe -for 1S-ta? action to bondage of 225-0 I man- Apply -510- Redpath St.. gent's Day' exchange city resident --av-iss .mcvemenr. irriM tots for -weir innot'ari, i____ 16, years- of- age.' Apply; Transfer Co. Notice To 'Htinters are He'por- as black. _ Hindoo, .Brainy, .uurmon their differences business united like, thieves Tne- are no{ gamation is UVT IJB.CUHIJ Piyil- clan and Surgeon. EUectric and X- treatment. Office Boom IS Sherlock Corner Redpatt-'MH' Qlyn, Eoura: Till 8; U-i- Tfll 10; 1-4; S.JO Pnone and nlaUt U4I. cate for the theory of BJK., tlce, e'.of, the -----to be' independent "IT who- says where bow snaii live must unite and tee political field tae .political field. -Not onh _ Residence -320 3Fa31irort Phone 47fe. v; 'ilwCFNG re- t you E Jots general organizer Or the ji_: Bates to _______________ 22'5-Oj Young girl lor light house-1 PIJ- i suitable for 1000' possession Boorne; Sher- 222-0 and .rwiK. umture on, ann aftcctSejijL, 6th.-at.-the- Lethbridge Cton aitistc, comer of-SmSi boyinis.' ana Ashnvsad -Street! timyEYING jset I low their money Aug. w to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept. 23, 1910, Transit directio Apply to -nerfrest' td Calinratry, AJta. MITCH ELL; .ui. nay Knight Knight Sugar Co.' prosecuted with the i--- the law. aad-Sur- B A r DR. Stafford 425 Bar our countrv. laws protecting0 lr lrom tfce legislator. iaTC T_. Supplies, Sewerage Irrigation, Plans, Estimates etc 211 Sheriock-Bloclc y wort Qite nurse la cSiarge. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT open .nlgnt -at foliir doors Office. Exclusive agency fen .Calgary Soauaerviaa Marble Phone (Jradnatc of saa -cfscq collete, and Clnctoaati latest or .and wnlte DRESSMAKING MISS ANNIE DAVIDSON e> consider hbv :v purchase are ._ only goods marked iviih the union label which indicates li at they are produced under fair corlrfi- and thiri Saturalayi to K. ol Hall mt o'clock. 150 Coal '.'Miners; Apply ltd. .i .V2y- nronftft-r _ on -We want several i hundred good healthy ewes to winter on shares, -or..would bur. Mutton hTPPn TT irirrhmICk iOUSe' in-' -APD1V.612 Fural- _ _ '3 street: I '_ fr Two furnislied rooms, for -1 conveniences. fi j -7 roomed house well xuiiy Bartlett St Ap- iuuLLuu iuii.v luouern .Hartipt-t QJ- -.------HAND v.QSIi Drice.paid for such as la- Agnew gt reat SS dies and gents' cast clothing, shoes, i Apply next door or 323 furniture, carpets, rugs, .watches, jewel- i rnA -_ __ 1 mo. 515-24 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Benefit Secietf WANTED A few more teams to Kan! gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpatli St West AND Office, Lechbrtdge; CALEDONIAN Jb5 Caledonian Hall _ VfavJ Co., offices Bpmpat street Hours 10-12 a 5-5 pjn. Mrs. Annie manager, p. o. Box 2081. MANJCUftfNQ, ETC. HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acmft' Alts. Tr- off clothing and shoes, all lands of musical iSstru ments, tools, j' j harness and" saddles, waLW1( jewelry. Pay highest market prices furs and old metals. Alberta a tore, 716 Redpath, 01 Cnurch. Phone TVater ffinp district'aid of fence, pleutv fTa'St all acLean Robin- graSd rofd to ---ch, Dbrothy. school 222-6 i half a" mile- within' and most profitable T MOSCOVITCH IE furs, junl" house and worth and will outbuildings. v -to -Jet on ditch, splecdia to sent In e moae-v -small outfit 10- s i 222-ckheatland. 1 names nf rh names of the hides, together A. Felger, or ad-1 FOR' -.-ViT A highest mar- gire 50 dollars ed in the lloyfe St SJftocat 3 miies from ff? Kootenaji Phone 1457. p. o