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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta til if A T U D AY, t T I MBlyH FIVt Have You Seen the Lots we are Selling in THE The terms on which these are being sold offer the greatest chance to get some property with little cash that you have had for some time. Only Half Mile from Central Scfrool. All per- level Prices'from of 'the House during the The in the Labor Temple in the evening a bump- er. The CitijU'flV Band. which met at the LethbridfC House at 8 p.m., marched with-' the ..striking machin- for whose benefit the smoker WHS to Hull and thereafter rendered at intervals. A splendid prognun of song and senti- ment was ably until the midnight hour. The dance in the.Oliver's Hall in the eVeiiii'jg" success, this event bringing to a TJouii'dsion the best JHV'S sport.eyi-r witnessed in the city of Lethhriilge. R. Oanadi organizer for Trades and Congress of accept the B. P. the ri'liog of Medicine Hat. Syraonds, P.O. Box 1381, will act as R. towards lie legitimate; expanses of the cam- paign are forwarded to him. arm looks for "election day the last week in October. Government of" Province of Atbarta Notice to Engineers 75 TO ON EASY TERMS s We don't care whether you want lots for speculation or to build your house on, this property is too good a thing to pass x.: The Union International has come Typographical to the Whitney Block 4 Phone Or Owner A. Bennett, Leihbridge Hotel aid of the in'Forme local who were burned out in the big fire. been sent them, which ought to place them on with them- elves and headquarler3- For the 'third time within a year the Scottish had to sub- mit to a reduction1, of wages. This time it is I2c per day. But the ag- gregate .for the year amount to 3Qe On a' five day's working that is six shil- lings and There are about .men by these reductionss. That is to say, the pur- chasing' power .of the Scottish miners is less. by about a week than it was a year The curious thing is that the min- ers' -wages are being reduced in or- der to stimulate trade. Wouldn't hat, jar you! ;It w.ould almost seem as if commerciaiisiia had destroyed, amongst other things, the sense of mm or. It is .actually believed by shrewd men of .business that you can stimulate trade' y -.destroying the ef- Eective demand i the consumers. Manufacturers of clothing and furni- ture, who want their commo- dities to the are, it seems, of the opinion .Chat they will sell more if the'miners have less money to spend. The business men are the the salt of the earth, but too much learning of the commercial sort hath made them mad. These manufacturers want to come to this part of and get wise. c NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an examination will be held by Joseph Buxton, a duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro. vince of Alberta, at Calgary, Sept. 4th, at Co.Operative tr-ii Aiaii. High River, Sept. 7th, at Astoria Sample Room. Claresholm, Sept. 9th, at Alberta Sample Room. Macleod, Sept. llth, at Town Hall. Lethbridge, Sept. 14th and ,16th at A. R. I. Reading Room. Raymond, Sept 17th, at Town Hall. Cardston, Sept. 1J, Cahoori Hotel Sample Room. AT 9 O'CLOCK A.M. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certificates under the provisions of the Steim'Boilers Act, 1906, Application for examination shbulu made to the above named Inspec- tor or to LAND FOR SALE OWNlBR is anxious to sell 1-2 sec- tion of land about twelve miles east of city, three miles from railroad and elevator, one mib from canal. You cannot do better in this country. A bargain. Inquire, R. Hand, Hotel Windsor. 226-6 POSITION WANTED By young lady as stenographer and assistant bookkeeper in city. Ex- perienced. First class references. Ap- ply Box B. C., Herald Office. 230-6p JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Ed. monton, Alta. Tenders TENDERS will be received up till Oct. 9th, for the building and paint- ing of a school house for the Rolling Hills district, No. 1794. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Bentley Co., Ltd., or at the residence of the undersigned. 228-4 THOS. SCOTT, Secy.-Treas WANTED General servant wanted Vpply Mrs. R. A. Wright. at once. 23-3 Waitress estauranl. WANTED wanted. Apply Round St. Oxford WANTED Situation by first class white cook. Apply Karl Von Horlach, Lethbridge. 228-6 WANTED Light situation by ex-cook in town. Apply Box A., Herald Office. 27-6 GIRL WANTED to do general housework. Apply Mrs. Keel, Ford St., opposite Cigar Fac- tory. 228-3 OF COAL MINING RCO ULATION8 Coal iuiauif rifbu of the Dominion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British Coiuuroia, may be for t term of twenty-one at AD annual rental of an acre. Not more than will be leaded to one applicant. Application tor a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights ftp- plied for are situated. ID surveyed territory the must be described by sections, or U gal subdivisions of sections, and IB unsurveyed territory the tract appli e.d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom panieu by a iee of which will refunded if the rights applied for not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable Output of the urine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lnxsee of coal mining righU which are not being operated eh all furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will iaclude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee ma; be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi POUND NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell' by public auction at City Pound (near Hospital) on the 27th inst., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, unless sooner claimed: 1 red and white heifer, no visible brand. TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted for the Wheatland Centre school district, man with normal training preferred. .a month to the right person. Apply at Herald office, or to 'Wm. Lucha, Blayney, Alta." "227'-6 the Department of the Interior, Ot tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent o! Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the .Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be paid 230-6 J. GILLISPIE, Pound Keeper. FOR SALE Repeating Winchester shot gun in ood repair, one season's use, cheap. Apply I. Dawson, c-o Macdonald Co. 229-0 FOR SALE Twenty acres, under the irrigation ditch, close to town, suitable for a market garden. Will sell for per acre good terms. Apply L. S. Rip ley, room 5, Whitney Block. 221-0 Capt. Murray Thaiiii, known pioneer-o[ Vancouver, -B. C., is dead. The World of labor CVrupiiAfiff M if htocri LaWr Classes hrkwl Lakr Mai, is resptuiUe ftrtk Views ing, being represented on parade by over-200 men. Your Dan I Prof. Ludovicc Seitz, director of the Vatican picture galleries, is dead. LOST, FOUND, STRAYED AND STOLEN CHORDS Why Don't They Vote Together They March on Labor By Thomas H. I stood on the sidewalk and viewed the passing" throng T.o see the workers marching on in one grand brotherhood. 1 I thought while gazing on the "I'm thinking yet Why don't they vote together as they on'Labor Day? Labor Day has again and gone and it is sAfe to say that never Of Union men in uniform who proud- before in Lethbridge has trades un- The large number of decorated was a decided feature of the .parade. The printers, who drew first place in the parade, showed their metal and appreciation of the honor 'by putting out a' float which took the first prize. Ohv.the dray, which was drawn by four of the Hayr Transfer' Co.'s powerful Clydesdales, the a print- ing office from the "devil to the editor. The copy was written and set up and then run off on a operated on the float as the office was drawn through-the streets. All the impedimenta were there, even clown to the snuff. It was a popular float and the went to the right place. The Union had a real- Forest fires arc threatening Port Arthur, Ont., A big fire is raging at Thunder Cape. In exchange, for, livery barn on Re. 'gina-Prince Albert branch of Can- Nor. Ry., in live town of 700 people Good schools, churches and country well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulirs, see FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge Also ?gent for Wells Land .t Ca1- tle Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and im proved land. Will be pleased interested parties over acre farm, '20 miles south of Lethbridge Harvesting now in full land ior sale in vicinity. Four, grey hounds, two years old, thoroughly broken ior coyotes. Will :catch and .kill any .coyote that stays n the open. Apply to J. E. Rearden, Jr., Clareshqlm, Alta. 227-6 11 U i 11 i I i i I it HI 111 H -I JIM I M_t I i I 1111 ly marched -along ion ism turned out in such .strong With" flags and banners numbers. In the past, it was left sweet thfc .band did play: pretty much to the Trades and La- It was a scene that once a year-oc- bor Council, but the active curs-on Labor Day. islic float. Around a "sprinkler' they had built a bar. and plied their trade energetically throughout the parade. They, too, had all the im oration bf each individual union on pedimenta, a "bum" or two being The thousands who were looking on this occasion resulted in over 700- kept up a constant cheer turning strong fac- Union after Union tor which could-not only convince line they did appear. the men themselves of their voting I tliought while gazing on the strength but also tend to show the I'm thinking yet capitalist where-he gets off at when Why don't they vote together as .they the men waken up. march on Labor Day? Nor was the Trades and Labor Thf Allied Printing Trades passed by, Council slow. A strong committee a splendid set of men. with, R. J. Baldry in the chair, have included. The' Brewery Workers, .second prize, had alao a TEe Lure of The Stores v FOR SALE box magaxins rifle, octagon Winchester, only used one season. Carrying strap and' belt co'mplete, cash. C. Magee Adam's Boarding House. 27-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even uuniDered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saslcatch- vran and Aiixjrta, excepting 8 and 5, not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who U the hole head f a family, or any male over 18 years f age, to the extent of one-quartet notion of 160 acres more or leaa. Application for entry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- oanion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, FOR SALE v of a boarding and room ing house in first class location in a restaurant or Laundry. Reason fo selling, other business to attend to Apply W. L. Wilson, cor. Giyn an Ford, j FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complete outfit, including .necessary, goods for immediate biisiness. R. Sage. 222iO daughter, brother or sisten of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader ia required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least eix months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. <2) A -homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, uot less who too splendid float, 'the outtftfthding feature of wSich was a field of barley and hops growing. After the parade, an was made to the bandstand, where Their metal had been tested, and they for the past few weeks been working several speeches were made. The assiduously for the success of the! President of the Labor Council set stood together when The outlook seemed extremely dark, day ,and the large turnout must have been very gratifying to them. the ball rolling, and he .was followed by the mayor, who intimated the prize winners for'the floats. In ad- and yet they never flinched. The people had a welcome for the mon who built i Sid the president of the dition to the two already mentioned _ 1 -i T_t___ _ 1, 4 t rt. f rtv f n The Unions in the building trades have often won renown. I thought as they were marching I'm thinking yet today- Why don't they vote together as they march on Labor Day? Trades and Labor Council, led the Gus Neidig took the prize for the best procession on horseback and was fol-. trade'float, lowed by the Lethbridgn Concert Band. Then came the members of the Trades and Labor Council, the governing body of organized labor in the city. Following them place boys from mill and factory, com- of honor were the striking C. P. R- prising every trade machinists. They were all dressed in Which goes to make a city great were new overalls and smocks, apparently in the grand parade. yet untouched by the dirt and Thereafter, Mr. Harrington, oi For- nie, B. C-, one of the Socialist lead- No one could help but be impressed groase of a C. R. locomotive or at such a splendid sight, For nil admire the men who stand for justice and for right. frntf-rnalism reigned supreme; 'twould do a person good car. Then came-.thc Typographical union and thereafter the other vari- ous unions affiliated. Tho Miners Local had a good" show- ers of that district, delivered a strong address on Socialism. Independent electoral action was the main theme of his speech. W. C. Simmons and C. A. Mflgrath also spoke. The sports, -which brought out a good entry and a large following were well contested. The Citizens' bands rendered music with', ______ much acceptance from the balconies 444 t M I I I 1UST now the stores are "cUliftf." It's the giikg of the seasons." It's good-bye to the now-stocks and good-morAing to almost-thiacs--and the buy- ers "take their profits" when the Finger of Urgency is laid upon merchant. The for all merchants who have any message for you; or in- vitation to extend to filled with information, with persuasion, with friend-mak- ing facts. If you can. after reading the ads, willingly stay away from the stores these days, then you, must he im- mune from the lure of self- interest and the beckoning smile of opportunity. FOR SALE Two teams, 4 and 5 years; two sets of harness; two wagons. J. W. Har- rington, North Ward. 228-6 .ROOM WANTED to rent room with quiel peo- ple, English preferred. Full par- ticulars. Box U., Herald Office, ifti-3 WANTED TO RENT 7-roomed house or larger. Apply Phone 283. 227-0 ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Oantin, Hill Block, than eighty (80) acies in extent, iax the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered fox by him in the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence unties by living with father (or Ol) The term "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragraphs is defined as meaning not move than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. homesteader intending to Dufferin St. 205.0 HAY FOR SALE Pra rie hay in the stack for sal-, a ton. Apply.Herald Office. 28-fi WANTED By lady stenographer, a position city. Good rotVroncos. Apply-Box M." LOST Quo dark bay horse, ahod all round, leather- under left'front shoe. Rope around neck. reward for return to L. P. Oliver, Lethbridge. (5) A perform hia residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living with parenta or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for' the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at OtUwa, of intention for patent. W. W. CORI, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication oJ this advertisement will not paid for. M I t i J J 11 M M i 1111 I M M IIM M LOST Bunch of keys, one postoffiee and two trunk keys. Kindly leave at Herald office. 229-6 .MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic, vaudeville or dances. Howard House, Crabb St. TtACHtR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New- lands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue '.o the end of term. Apply :tatint experience, what certifiraN mmi salary expected. CAWDRON, Box -126, 210.0 Lethbridge. A GOOD SPECULATION A BEAUTIFUL SECTION OF LAND N.E. OF WARNER, ONLY ACRE LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE Qtt Block Bros. ;