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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. c 'Established 1807 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening office, Round St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Daily, one year, delivered -Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three months, delivered 'Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by Daily, sis months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as de- iired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 SUN FIRE i HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Br-acfa, Sun Toronto. H. H. Blackburn, C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. krcw how we- can fill his He did jrood without letting people know it in every way he possibly could. I wish we had a few more such men." is worth while having lived when a man can die and leave such beau- memories amongst his friends. This Woman Needs Divorce Spokane. ..S1.50 .75 .50 Published every Wednesday m eigh pages, and contains a summary of i the world's news of the week, local and foreign. One- year, in advance Sii months, ia advance Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD on sale a: the following places: to prepare. UtSbridge-R. Sage, J. 0. Robertson A Co., J. D. Higmbotham ft Co., J J. Johnston. _ _ Macleod-Young Co.. R- W. Ham- ilton. PJncher Cre.k-E. J, Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Westlftkc Bros. Cardtton-Alberta Drug Boot Co. Coleman-Master J. Stafford. B N. E. Suddaby. Sr'ook, B.C.-Beattie Atehuon. L. Reinecke. Tugham. 8cw Island-A. F. Werts. Wash., Sept. Maries' Mann, wife of John Lester j Mann, a bonanza wheat rancher in us pet up a nice reception for Spokane county. shows in her peti- Sir Thomas Shaughntsssy -to show the ,dlvoroe giod jn the superior C. -P. K. that- we appreciate all that the routine of her of it has done and is doing 1... for Leth- What about arranging for the en- years of married life left no time "for visitimr relatives or neigh- bors, to say nothing of bridge whist and music." Stripped of their lejral tertainmenl of the municipal dele- verbktget the allegations set forth in next month. Isn't it about compinint present the appended schedule of duties "Rise at four o'clock a.m. LeUibridgft's population ,is begin- j a cross-cut saw on a Car of J Five Roses Flour On Track To-day iTtieBentleyCo. Ltd Whclesale and Retail Pbooe J5-. IETHB8IDGE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS The quality of your photos depends on the film used ENSIGN FILMS give good result's every time. Thorough. ly tested and tried. Try one and you won't want any-other We sell them at The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTrf WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Phone 446 Prescription Specialist. Night Graduate Druggist and Optician. jj to' hit the high pile of logs. A UNION WITH HIGH IDEALS In the field of labor there are ma- ny unions and if a referendum was taken -today as to the most wisely and rnteligently conducted we believe the Typographical union would take a foremost place in- the vote..Value in t-lii be at the former place. He will have Get breakfast for a threshlttt crew ccmtrol of terminals at West Fort and The event par excellence tomorrow of 30 TOOTli CACh possessed of a beal- j Port William. is the Raymond Go down to the -sugar city and renew acquain- tances and have a good outing.' Mars must be a prohibition coun- try, there is no moisture there. A Saskatoon editor is being sued for libel. Thai is good Now, if that snowstorm had been in Sunny Alberta, instead of Color- ado wouldn't the American papers have raised an awful roar. There is still a lot of weeds in some thy appetite. After breakfast Plant potatoes and other chores. Clean the and chop wood for the cook stove. several wagons with sacked grain t-o take to market. CITY AND DISTRICT Frank Hunter, of the Bed Cross Drug and Book store, has been call- ed to his home at Milestone, Sask., on account of sickness. sitiou committee. They state it is the intention of the French govern- ment t'j send an exhibit to Winnipeg in 1912 which will outclass all other countries. At Seattle the premier ex- hibit is that of the United States, France taking second place however. At Winnipeg, however, in 1912, the French are determined to lead the world both in quality and quantity of goods displayed. Cook dinner for 30 threshermen, with appetites as mentioned. Afternoon recreation Butcher hotrs and make sausage. The inspect to At the International just held at St. Joseph, Mo., the laws were changed providing that provi- sional members applying for a char- ter pay each and that applicants for membership in local unions must a. -'registration fee" of in ad- dition to the fee charged by the'lo- cal union. The Winnipeg Free .very properly remarks that these fees appear to. be ..very modest, in view of the nature of the privileges' -which membership in j .the International Typographical. Un-' ion gives. In case of prolonged ill- health from lung troubles a member has the privilege of sojourning in the Union Printers' Home in Denver free of cost, and when he reaches the age of 60 years he becomes entitled to a pension -of per week. The grant- ing of old-age pensions was decided a little over a year and no trade union, undertaking in America has been more widely discussed or carefully watched by students of econ- omic- and sociological subjects. The pension plan-has. been-in -effect but fourteen months and out of an assessment of the whole membership at the rate of one half of one per cent, of gross earnings it is proposed io pension employees over sixty at the rate of per week. It was esti- mated upon a conservative basis and upon what data, there was available that this assessment would realize per year and that the pension payments, would., amount to The latter figure proved to be high and the former .too low. Actually the receipts from the assessment were and the expenditures receipts from the mem- bership averaged 37 cents per member per month, or per year. These figures show that the earnings the members was or per member. The next step ahead of the Interna- tional is the establishment of a death benefit oi wh'lch will be provided for out of another assessment. It is therefore that this union is following in the footsteps oi the old- er trades unions f England by util- izing their organisation, to an in- creasing extent, -for beneficiary pur- poses. On the mombership at large it -will 'have a valuable moral effect. The union will become more to them than, a mere machine for the enforce- ment ;oi wage demands. Their fight- ing; spirit will bi.. rrodified by a whole fine. Farmers who allowed weeds 'grow freely amongst their grain. .Chores and wood chopping, .tr a dozen cows. also William Ourrie, whose case was ad- journed at the police court yesterday was tried yesterday. As this is the second time in the course of a j i that Currie has appeared on the J charge, he did not get off so 'I lightly as before. Two months' im- i harvesters and clean the jprisomnent at the barracks was the Wence imposed. "Evening'at home: "Darn socks, make bread and do other work till ten o'clock p.m., bed JOHN GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. The StandardGarage Cars Washed, Pol- ished, Stored and Repaired. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 8-3; 7.8 p.m. Office BU path St. Pbone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND OEANi Street. 2.3, m Staflord Block Residence cor. Bompaa and Crabb. Phone: Office 277; OH. J. E. Burgeon, Accoucner, Oddfellow Block. 9 a.m., a to 1 3 to 5. 7 to 8, Thone. clay to. night. 342. Open Day and Night The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood it. North City Market on a pallet of straw on the floor of the cookhouse. The compla-'nt closes with the dec- jlaration that Mrs. Mann was literal- i ly forced by her '.husband to perform finding that it costs as much as mentioned in the "fo-reioin-c. ty-five. cents a bushel to thresh. Il: aiso that when she was.-too serves them right. to work refused to permit to -rd to her mother's home.. Lake ifcGregor is Lethbridge's com .declines to -talk about th: f FRANCE WANTS TO LEAD Winnipeg, Sept. here today conferring with the Bryan Block Phone 425 Apply: The SOUTHERN ALBERT! LiUHNB .liVESTMEJIT CO. ing summer resort. vourself. Live and see for some regardr for they will have at the real interests in the accum- ulated funds for pension, mortuary payments and other en en tion. preferred by. his- wife, nor has counsel to defend the ac- OFFICERS; Officers of Lusitanla Receive in Wages for Trip Only New York, Sept. bringing the Lusitania, a, ship which cost from Liverpool to New York, with her two or three thousand passengers and crew, valuable car- go and'mails, through fog and -storm and calm, the captain and his six officers get the munincient sum of in wages, which is divided among -the seven of them. The cap- tain gets but and is divided among.: the six officers. The chief officer, gets the first the second the third and extra third each and the fourth officer Lusitania's Highest Paid 'Most of the officers of the Cunard service get less pay than the Lusi- taniaJs officers. The minimum that the Cunard Line accepts from a saloon passenger on the Lusitania, which is -not only pays the wages of the ftntir executive namely NEWS OF ROSEMEAD Alia., Sept. j Wiliam Hartz" of Sec. 34-14-19, has j been very sick for about a week She! is a little better now. Mr. Walter Hughes is sick 'with typhoid fever at- the. home of. Fred. Archambio. He was badly hurt three weeks ago by being dragged six miles by a "horse. Henry Charter is building a gam-, brel roofed barn 26 x 32-on his pre- emption in Sec. 21-14-19. Bronton's little girl, about ten years old. fell into a well 35 feet deep. She struck her head on the curbing which extended part way up and cut her head badly. The water came up to her arms. She stayed there about- half an hour she was discover- ed and rescued. Harry E." OR. Davis, having complet- ed his residence .-duties' on his home- stead, moved to Lethbridge last -week. His mother and brother moved to town also with- him. After digging about a dozen wells, i Mr. Saicler finally struck plenty -of! good water by digging only 14 feet at j the right place. to LOAN on Farm Lands, and Gity Property at 8 per cent, interest Terms of payment ar- ranged to suit borrower Hatch Coons FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all machines, .f I Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from.........-----S3 Copying Paper, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridse OVER A BOTTLE of any one of otir carbonated beverages healths are pledged and good health will surely follow all who drink them, for they are the piirest drinks sold. Pure water, pure cane sugar and pure fruit flavors and extracts only are used in their manu- facture The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. D. A. TAVLOO M.O., ist, Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridfe.AlU Office Houra-9.30-12 a.m.. n m p.m. Block. Rooms 6 and, 0. Hom MISS Q.A.pAINTY-Gradaate m spirits. Phone 269. ffiraicmes MUSIC Piy Cjo Royal JOtpHrNSTONE ters and solicitors. Office adiofrf m Union Bank, Lethbridge L M'- J-sorman Barristers So- Notaries. Money, to Joan C. Simmone S. J, Shepherd. n CONYBEARE, K.C., .D C L Bamstcr. Solicitor, OfficV Conybeare Block. L.thbridge C 0 At Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Coal, Ice and DRAYlNG captain, and his six officers, forj voyage, but what is left pays the j----- of two quarter "masters, two i firemen and two stewards, with a couple of bell boys or a stewardess thrown in. j The captain of the wrecked Slavon-1 ia received for commanding-' and navigating that ship for the voy- age from New York to Naples, a dis- tance of some miletsh. Issued Ultimatum GOOD FOR DETROIT Detroit, Sept. Common Council last night adopted an -ordin-j ance emb-xlying the terms of agree- ment between the city and the Michi- gan Central Railroad in regard to the r-rection by the latter ,of a new depot and Terminals to cost 000. The railroad" is given sixty days I in which to accept. As _ {officials have already approved most i I AliJ. V' J fAVHi v T v The above statement, made bv a v of the agreement, the erection of the former officer of one of the' Cunard lines, who has quit the sea for a land explains the ultimatum} which the captains and officers of i the big' British transatlantic steam-j depot is t-xpected to begin soon. NEW G. T. P. DIVISION Winnipeg, Sept. trans-con- ships entering- this and other reports tinentai is preparing for the opening ire about to present to the directors ihe Lake Superior Division from of their lines. This 'ultimatum will' Winnipeg to Fort William and A. A. demand they receive pay and treat- ment commensurate with tKeir skill and labor and the risk they run in the service' and they expect to get it without a strike. OUR POINT OF VIEW Preniier Rutherford invited the British Association to hold its next Canadian, meeting in. Edmonton, but in a few years Lethbridge will have so: far surpassed the -capital that the main place in the public eye will be Lethbridssi and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL Dl RECTOR AND EM BALM riagcs and equipment new %nd np to date. Parlora opposite firt hall Open day and night. Mi P. 0, Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13669. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall erery second and fourth Wednesday of the month, Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty welcome. COSB- cillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. A, Clerk. N. Dowwtt. ;