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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MtUHQAV, t if, IftM. 1Et Boston Lunch TfcSwtfe Alberta Limber Co. Ui Have BOW a luge tteak of LUMBER In their and more it arriving daily. The quality U the and prices are right. Call and be convinced. fOlti6S4 Get our PRICES on Corrugated Galvanized and Painted HeUfficSUkg MeUffic Shmgies before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shiugle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock mil's mmm Office and Factory nm m nm msn Telephone 153 Patttl95 I Place Your Orders for OWING Dad and kia council way of wila ttw civic II the oftciol an ordiaarily IOUUT oa hie job and a ta hie pay, Dtui and tW council fail bark on the schedule or UM timeu plea but if the maa kai red the foodc witu aa extra am- ount of proficiency the h are forgotten and the schedule chuck- ed under the table for future refer- ence should occasion require. Chief Gillespte has not got his raise yet but it in dollars to hea-There is not a man in town that does uot think that chief is worth more to this city than money can pay for. And it is no fair shake to have the clack or the almanac regulate the Hilary ho should get. If a man is worth more money he should get more and a hundred and a quarter is little enough for a mat carrying the responsibility the, chief does. The way he gets after the tough element is a sight to behold. They have no call on him. Gee! but .there would be something doing if any of the gambling or light denizens should try to grease Chief's palm. There are chiefs of police not more than four thousand miles from burg who diire uot make, an arrest or start a raid except at .stated times as per arrangement. The big mitt has been well stuffed and the big stick is soft as wool, a warm and protecting blanket for the poor dears' But they don't come any dodge like that over our chief nor any of his force who are about as capable and straight a bunch of fel- lows, as caii be found. There will be no kick coming if Bad's council de- cides, to give chief" more, money ft There were three fires this two real ones and a fake, and all three calls came in over the Mighty little good the elaborate fire alarm system is if people don't them. Aid. Cunningham's and light committee and the police should devise some scheme to get. every: householder posted as to the located of the nearest alarm box. way would be to have neat .cards printed_ something like this Fire Alarm box .the place and with instructions how to operate the business. One of these 'm every house would help out a" whole lot. These icouid: be put in place when the police or some others are taking the census. Speaking of numbering'' the noses in the city reminds me that it is a good scheme to have the voters'.liats published. This is a practice follow- ed municipality. It is not alone for "the benclit of the would-be alderman, who wants to know whose babies he has to kiss Is the place to go for a Dainty on abort notice. Extensive Menu. Good garvtca. Our conk can deliver w 2nd West of ArltegiMi tartness Road OrpK k Ik EatfJUe kukri A ri Conservative iu the east are making "adequate promotion" the chief and are st re uuously back- ing up the demand ol- the woollen manufacturers for higher duties, This insolent ciemaud of the woollen which they sent by tetefraph to Sir Wilfrid Laurier shortly before the of Uu> UNION Or CANADA sion of Parliament, telling him that play IB itn- portaat port la the MM ol this Book, and every Depositor U given prompt, account be gt or small. The highest current .rate of U paid 4 a year, and mooey may he withdrawn at any time. There, is no Irottbk or fonnalitv about openingr with the Union Bank. Simply depoeit oo or mpward and get your put-book. Jttt may be opened in the names of two pertoot, and either can do tie hanking. BRANCH the products ol (he-British woolleu mills. Coutiauinf, Industrial Can- duties 'must' be increased to says: It is little short of a wincn bir wumd sent firm and crime to allow stuff to OOBM into Canada at all, It U no advantage to the workinfman to suit lew dollars that cannot and THE: MCCI.A FURNACE leafing Ea .O. Box 417 Phone 266 i cided refusal, has served" to precipi- ate a discussion of the whole tariff in the east. The Toronto which most.stren- uous Conservative newspaper of On- ario, demonstrates that Mr. BordenV Halifax utterances are plainly in accord with' the demand of the' wool- en manufacturers, nipeg. Conservative" Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out. your lights at any hour of the day or night. Electric Wiring As installed by us gives the greatest power aucL lightest metre bills. Electric Supplies Of good quality in stock at close prices. I McKENZIE ff ROY Electrical Dealers and Contractors Redpath St, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 The MM? Job Department of ,But the organ, strahfe to has given no of aware that there is such an Laeue the value away below _what it oufht to be and when .the assessment is made on these figures they come oat ahead when the payment of taxes comes around.': _ If a man ,'is made liable to 'a fine in proportion to the amount che understated the value of his building the cltj- would bigger revenue and the fellow who likes figuring up the city's growth could get reliable ....WITH.... JML FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed but is for the benefit of the vuters themselves. Often men do not cust their ballots because they do not 4> l know whether they have the right or not, and not being particularly inter- ested, they do not tako the trouble to lose half their dinner hour U> Cn-J out. The city office us closed when they quit work so Ihej, let it go. It would not cost au lot un'l is the proper thing to do. H is late to agitate for the publication the assessment roll but it should be done in fairness to the ra 4 GOOD CHANCE FOR SONS FARMERS' Bill _ Bus! Cards Receipt -Farms "'-.'lie. TELEPHONE 106 as the tariB issue, or that Sir Wilfrid Laurier's action in refusing the mod- est request of the manufac- turers to be allowed to exact ex- tortionate prices from the people of this country is being by Conservative organs.in the east: Jfe Winnipeg organ, indeed, to all "appear- has jret to hear of that demand of the' woollen manufacturers. The nearest it 'has'yet able to get to hearing of it is indicated in a few words near the beginning of an editorial in its issue of Saturday last devoted to Mr. Ames in pretty nearly all-of-its different sites of type. .The few words referred to are these: "Industrial Canada in-a recent issue appears, "to have said _ something about of increasing the" duties'-on And to that sub- ject it hastens on to deliver, itself of throbbing language about young Mr. Ames and his magic lantern and his parrott cry Indus- trial-Canada, it says to something." As if Indus- trial. Canada, the' roonthly- publication the-. Manufacturers' -utterly obscure and the question of the-woollen du- ties'so1 unimportant that the Winni- peg Conservative organ could really be expected' to" know such a pub- .licatiori and such a queetion. No ctaei "say, thai the woollen' manufacturers )ear have made" _ their insolent demands ;upoh" Sir Wilfrid Laurier and "appear to have been rebuffed" does not wear. A of rain will almost literilly melt such a suit off adman's h.xck subjects it to the least strain it is bound to ,tear beyond mending. It is ho to allow such goods to be" put in his way. 'Before iae Iprelereoiial tariJB want into force the quality of- the cheaper of clothing gold inXan- Maouiacturew' AcaociatiQn want to aee restored. above throw an illumination on on the, of the talk of Indus- trial Canada about" "cobweb cloth of European Kweat-shopa" infected with "tome filthy or incurable ease." It U the British goods that fix the sc'lling: prices in Canada; what wanted, by the woollen man- ufacturers for whom Jndiutrial Can- ada speaks it that the duties on Bri- tinh goods should be made PO high M to give the Canadian manufac- turers a monopoly of the Canadian market at their own prices.. ada was 'greatly superior to what it is'today. Then the workingman paid j a dollar or two more for -his but he got- value for -his money arid he was not to the danger of contracting some filthy cr incurable disease.' _ there is much equally precious, 'that might be quoted, ii there were room. The Winnipeg or- gan's" way of putting it, namely, that "Industrial Canada appears to have said, something about' 'the necessity of increasing the duties on woollens" is indeed chastely simple. These ut- terances of the. official publication ol the Manufacturers' Association have, of course, travelled across ther At- lantic; and are arousing just protests in England: As announced in a ca- ble despatch last Saturday's 'Free Press, the Yorkshire Post refutes "with evidence the "Death -in the Clothing" article _of -Industrial Canada, which it 'denounces as "dishonest hypo-> critical cry." Of course it is a dis-. zhonostjhypocriticai cry; but all the old stock ol cries "of the advocates of Jiigh protection, that "the. foreign- er paysV.the and spT-Iorth, jre played out, and ne w ones have to be thought up. assumption1 of RECOGNITION.OF ALBERTA RED Alberta Red has at last scoured the recognition that it so justly deserves A. copyrof the new act to amend the inapectiod and sale, act, as regards grain, has been, revived and amoug ita proviaioBS are noted-thoaq prbvid for a new grade, namely that of Alberta red winter wheat.- The new grade calls for the No. 1 to weigh at least 62 pounds to the'bushel and shall be of pure' red winter wheat, sound-and clean. The new act "also a new grade for this change being ne- cessitated .by the exceptional weight of the Alberta Grown. No .1 Canadian western oats, asTihey will now be called, shall be white, sound, clean and free from other grain, and shall 95 per cent of white oats not weigh less than INDIANS AS FARMERS Macleod, Sept. rTbe'capacity ot the Indian to succeed i Sept. Farmers' sons desirous of attending an agricul tural college will be pleased with the operations is by the work of the Indian threshing outfit near Macleod. -This consists of a 40-60 Nichols and Shepherd coupled to a Reeves' 32 Compound traction engine. ".The out- fit began, operations "10 days ago and have already thru-shed., crops of action of the government at the i four Indian; farmers who _cut the corn council meeting this week. It was decided that as no agricultural col-1 I'.'ge has yet jjeen established in Al- man desiring- to training on this There is another matter of statis- tics that should be looked after. berta that young take a course of jubject at Guelph, or St. Anne .de should 'be placed on an equal footing to what they would enjoy if there were such a cot- 9RQ 4 dayS a man WftS here. The Government author- 4 Edmonton for putting up_ a building ,h_ Department of Agriculture in July. William Wadsworth had bushels from a 40-a.cre field; Herbert Bullcalf 1 ,600 bushels from a field of like extent; Boj> Black Horse. bushels from ;40 acres and Thren Guns bushels, an average of close on 35. bushels an acre. Eleven farmers" on the" reserve have grain to thresh and. -some of the grain is still than the sam paternalistic solicitude by the'-wool- len manufacturers' on behalf- of the people of Canada is'- magnificent. .Their attitude one of saying .to "You are ignorant and need us Nrou'-froro -the trashy stuff made in Great Britain, which 'will go ,to pieces on your backs in.a short time after having" infected you irithi all rebuff have-ever appeared ver-j sorts- of .loathsome dis- RANGE SETTLEMENTS SAFE j Edmonton for putting-up a building! bfifore he had taken out his permit. There aro lots of buildings, residenc- es, going up nil over of which'there docs not seem to be any record. Duluth, Minn.. Sept. pipo j Those inside the fire limit are being lines laid about the suljurbs, reds of men constantly on guard and xvith bnck fires started on the south side of all the large towns, the range settlements nro now fairly safe from the rnnge fires and the crisis is passed. i closely watched as they are the most important, but the bylaw should re- quire every builder to get his permit before ho starts on his foundation. Moreover, ho should be required, un- dor -penalty of the law, to register its actual value. Some have put in the-Department of Agriculture to pay tho railway fare1 and tuition fees of any young man in Alberta, to attend an agricultural college la the east. A similar privilege is granted to any person, man or who- wishes to attcnd a school of domes- tic science, nature atucly, or manual training. BIQ ROBBERY AT STRATHCONA pies already the CANADIAN HONORED Ottawa, Sept. Pr. >7. The of" increasing the duties is dealt with'in no less.less than six articles in ,the current Industrial Canada. It pro- claims.that Sir Wilfrid's reply to the demands of the Canadian woollen tor adequate "prr.-tJct.nn i- n-crf .ci'nV-'-racing- u i-uc- '-ly'. a seato ice'- of deaf t." And is' a sample ,of. how. It u tL'. demand for a> -Jif'on th-i Bri- ti-h preference; ''It is''a their giving up k business altogethe-r or, getting the tariff "to a figure that, will enable them to pete with the cobweb cloth .of Euro- pean sweat Industrial Can- ada even .turns to the strain of "grav- es, an3 worms and' epitaphs, in; an eaiiprial headed "JJeath in the Clpth- in which it says: "It haps not generally but. it is none'the less a fact that the shoddy imported into Canada is made put of all manner of filthy material. Old rags and rubbish from the lowest eases. We will watch orer you" if only you will put up a Chinese tariff wall, inside which 5we can. charge what we please." This. is travesty of. the attitude of would-be "benevolent despotism asaurned.-'by the woollen manufactur- ers -who are clamoring 'for prohibi- tive duties. Industrial Canada, it- self, in its anguished .vision-.of the. future if the woollen-'duties, are hot put up to a prohibitive" height sees the people'of Canada "reduced to ,the necessity of barteiing for cheap __ did years These.are its words; Unsupported assertions, wild pre- 42 pounds to bushel. ford, veterinary director general and live stock commissioner' for. the. De- partment of Agriculture has been el- ected president of the American Vet- erinary Association now in tion in Philadelphia. .This is the largest and most influential body of foreign trash, as her LIndians y o u BJL Underwear. ri eccl S t a n fi c 1 d s are what 'Industrial" "Can- ada deals in, when it discusses the woollen duties. It avoids figures al- together. The Free Press in preceding articles' set forth the fig- ures of woollen imports, of the to- tals of duties collected and of the out- lay of the woollen manufacturers in, Canada, only a very small fraction of woven especiaJly.for severe winter weather. this j snug- ftttirig Underwear next your skin, you won't mind how low the thermometer goes. Look forthc Black Label. and most disease infectc-d slums oj j which goes to Canadian farmers, as the great European cities, including! tlie maiiufacturorsftnd. Canadian wool Calgary, Sept. ll.-Screral days its kind treated and that ft contains all the comh'ruevts of mother'i milk, in a form tUt wil be rewfljr digested and aMimiUted. If you cannot nurse your baby, don't risk ki ib by feeding cows' milk. Use Nesde's Food and protect ike baby stomach and Wm-d trooUeiv M THE LEEM1NG MILES CO.- LIMITED, ST. Bootcvano. Unshrinkable Undet-wear 140. Imports from 1 .Total Great Imports. Britain. Blankets 'assimereSj cloths, doeskin 'oatings and over- coatingi Flannels.......... 91.514 Knitted goods Wool shirts Shawls........... 62.734 Underciothing 966.138 878.170 Yarns, for manufac- luring purposes Worsteds, qtc Clothing, ready-made, composed wholly or in part of wool Shoddy 24.634 22.97d A glance over these figures shows how the British preference in the Feilding Tariff is working out as a means of giving Great Britain the advantage in this market, while at the same time it is fulfilling its pri- mary purpose of lowering materially the level of taxation iif the Conser- vative tariff schedule which the Field- who wanted a gun wanted it mighty bad. You may not be in a hurry to buy until you see some of the RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, ETC. we are offering and then your fingers won't be still until you have one of them in your hands. We don't handle any of the cheap iron grins made by some firms. The best gun metal, skillfully made by expert hands, is the- material used. Ammunition for all kinds of guns. HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS t; ALTA, ;