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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letftbridge Daily Herald, Wetosday, Sept. It's natural for you to want the most and Jrhe best you can get for your money. The only safe way; is to; always let us make estimate cm what you want before buying else- where. We have complete stocks ot everting in lumber and building material Round Street 763 Westminster Rd. Pkoneli063 HAS NO USE FOR CANADIAN NAVY President ef tta Trades and Labtr Council Denaunces the Idea at Fort of of "to the Qrtla, Wo rt- puttie auctfon. 4 tAklt YD. Hiurid it delegates in -th.e, an executiv LCTHBRIDGE'S LBJtDINQ this commuhicatiou-bolib. partite atMiled thoy _ Canadian "the Mnbed'vttie bitratton togisfi Attached eJticaive -report ,for in- Jias-bee'n one of gse'at' activity- in" iajliisttial ck a "true of the, ganiiatipns, which" the rep- resent. Politacsf la- bor leaders 'as -a- hualle-'Uioy 'apt wish to National' ij.'hiiral issues harve labor and." when tie., at- .tempt the.-Labor 'party wfn in .the legislative assemblies land, ah other-tiian' thVlabdr 'i. In ;ari: riniornial address committed Ho rjo.r y-war- jingo the policy. upon doubt in the same riisE'iisr'InlK) the of the mother er- recommends that- continued ,ef- "thej efforts ON .CONSERVATION tie exhaustion of "eoiU iiipply we maintain a tariff cbmttli.nii to draw upon it con- JrAny- sarrsy- of jractieai.' coneerva- amjierfect it it omitted tit ilaort necessity at this r of cbwirrinf capital. and cvedit. of cash aad credit IB jortant-to- ttte-farraer. as" multe 'of his work -and -His the greater Vpart, "of' -th'i iation'8 wealth. 1 r is .undermining the industry country surely- as the 'barbarians- broke down and looted "thabmighty erapire civiliza' :tion and piojress Ferrero repeatedly oiirs has so much in coin- Other1 Subjects RcferrecJ rTo .The repor.t oi Ot- ._ta.wa during the' last" sefBioii-" ofs. par- .llament lerence is :'iii the seiTate unions in favor'61: a The of ittqyi.ry edacat-ion The ..delegates the ther importatiqas-of cheap" Jabbr are- necessary to insure the" proper de- velopment ot coujitry and the j lowering of restrictions pn immigra- tion is llie executive :parqteits- against the custom oi tfae Araiiincaa, was greeted which 'indicated delegates were in no' enter'the political for "tilts Avith the old parties. _ Mayor -Peltier is' criticized for jtBBting a-political .welcome, when lie wai.supposed to be delivering an'a'dr of but the congress seeded in no way displeased., May'.Get Next Internal politics began 16 -ferment; la th'e.Trades and Labor Congress in. the afternoon session today. The place-for the holding of the-next ..con- gress -will1, -b-e selected' spirited contest-, and .there are.'ssverr prospective, candidates for alt "the ....v aot received by ;the line-Year irTakes Neigh- ftisoaer Missoiga, his pdsprierTabead of. him -shot- -iieid' resdy an his' arm T. Ar- thur brought a into 1 ckajSing hini' wiih .aaring- wronged danghtfflr. Artlrus' to SneriS Gra- Saturday ,'njg3it that he .the and .'asked to come and- bring, NEXT, POffTOFWCt 'trains .until 'early BfysauL'V in tHa: morning, 'so' the- sheiie instruct- ed -Arthur fd-briiijf the" mm toMfe-i; v y- a breed UNITED 3TA1HE6 -'C V- AROUND -Sept 13-rrDavid P. .Wilbur .until October States con- at-..'Halifax, has been I transferredI from .Kobe, Japan, to! Yancoiiyer; B." CL, .eichanging' .places George -consul-genera} British'. The move rant'for -Mr. Wil- 'made at" his, own re- that" will; be nearer his ill-in a sahitariuna in. IS' York'" ccoMiigly Marded "th trainband -with, "-its .shotgun, always j and; ready fire escorted his 'lit This -led Mrs. :till the .following story A -week; ago Saturday he aad left oi :'a trip asked" their. neighibor Bryant ofwhom they iaew' no- look after their children: The alleged crime was com- mitted ugon'i'that The' child said, -tiothing to her. par- ents, and it-jiras .until some time her, little girl --she heard, tb.vfear.- "it-bnct seized shbtgriii and" wen't aftar.'Bry- ant witt the he.'admitSj of killing him on sightl'-'' r; When-he met''him, however; "h'e sur- rendered so easily Arthur brought him instead'.-, where he now rests county, 'jail. Bryant has" not'- yet -told WILL xi TO BUY SepL ____ with PreaMlent Wm. ths "rdiractorB of the TJoroirto Hallway, "with a -vieif ti> jpiiMbM the ccraroany's "br tfce dtr, now he entered, upon, lay flltj; -with one voted 3D, fy.r9f ot the THRESHER KtLl.tO Kfflarney, Man., McCurthiB, a farmer killed by a nma-vray teain sisdng Bryon to He was thrcnra. of run over his, head. of Labor in .classing, the. Canadian Trades, and Labor Gottgress as a state federation. Onoosed tft Compiilsocy Arbitration It also issues a warning against haste in enacting -legislation to secure .cqmpulsot'y. says: "Tout the al- .ihe prgan- ijSed of juncture is emphatically-opposed to compulsory Canada has tafcen a long- forward jn the adoption of tiV'nriabiple, of cornpulv must ..stand for conservation in. the tedious as well as Isteiestins where "our andw habits- our jrojijji of thipjOfht just as firmly as -where -love wit6 'sell-interest. la some sory wotlte'd out un- der the LurnkJui' acfe. Although the Jrinciple is fairly satis- factorily it is; 'yer too early to pass finally upon tt, :an-d it be a-' final jump. to- com- tion trelpre 'compulsory mveCTira.tibrr.hia'-- been' Special affMEon has been given to of -comfort the ness to and v a, w to Relieve .that corn-j pulsory arbitratiQii would, for -years i, __j eitb- a "general in- poflor, every .can, "see that oFofher the entire burden of :tJi6ljr eofiiimptioa upon our own re- r'.thtts eibaasts them ,un- tariff -on forest proi bur own forests, a our mines, a Iriduding Magneto Lamp and You Know How it is to select an easy- lidfcig .car, and how many an auto trip is spoiled because of die jolts and jars given the passengers. Dominion "Limited" we have worked out a perfetly balanced spring suspensicn. Long, flex- ible, full scroll elliptic springs in the rear, tvvo inches wide, and in the front, take out all jolts and jars. v The powerful, four-cylinder motor works perfectly t wdiout noise or vibration, relieving the passengers of ihe annoyance of. a jerky, shaky engine. iTKe 'leather, and there is. plenty foot-room 'for pas- sengers, both" frdaE and Tear. rear seat is very wide, and will hold three passengers svith comfort and convenience to each. Tpheje. is. roosa ;in tonneau for an-exira, if 'r Nothing has-been the'Doinuucp a car to proud to show to -your o ,trv: i f s win i_" ftighta of It. is this 'belongs-to ev- t ofc i _ 1 Tool :e tor our booklet, trates our car fuKy. WeJwfllCsiad the "of wheels are large, all of which factors co-ur.i greatly in securing that even, gliding makes The wheel'-bsss is long, the frame low. and the for yourself thaV wnen.comp'areci similar 'price; thc'Eferainion sets "a higher standard thaa- has yet been offered a pleasure, the pab ery man 'to refuse to work for an employ er-.-wiien" he fit- to do jso, sabjectTto any; tract- made in that it must te- the right and any "employer, Equipment, similar natural material forbids -the j not subject in his service any workman he ib naUoaaf labor party :mVo.Vii Dust Cover and best Mohair Top, A Fine Opportunity For The Dominion line is fasi becosaing of cars-ia'tae-oSuRtry. popularity rapidly, and dealers as a rule' have -applications for faster tban we .We would be -pleased to .progressive their.; to their vicinity. tWrite us for, ienns and details, A"