Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909. five There is no surer way of mak- ing money than by judicious investment in City Real Estate 1 Do you want to invest your savings where you can make from MR. VALLANCE GETS TWO JOBS SANITARY INSPECTOR WILL ACT i AS PLUMBING INSPECTOR i There will not be any separate of- nee of 'plumbing 'inspector and Sani- j itary Inspector Vallance will loo- uf-1 tor both jobs. -At council meeting j last night a letter was read from Mr. i, Vallance protesting- against separat- Fit Finish Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE BRAND-3 for At 2 (or 25c. you can buy this shape In elk Brand, named "NEWPORT." 108 made to cross the 20 to Per Gent. I ing the two offices, He -caid that wh'.-ii.he came to the city he was sur-ij prised that they did not have that, work to do. and as Mr. Fleetwootlj i was 'doiag it he aid nothing of it. i Tn support of his position he said 'that he held a diploma -from the I Royal Sanitary which ate efforts I course" includes- a knowledge of plumb Hudson Strait to the [Norton Coast iin-. He asked to have the plumbing of Labrador in an open boat, but i inspection added to his duties .so' as 1 each time gales or ice fielas drove i to- prevent the over-lapping of offi- j them back. The men were put on al- }cials Uovances of one ship biscuit a day i A motion was made to refer the and were suffering bitterly when they 1 matter to the waterworks committee reached an Eskimo settlement where I but Aid. King objected. He said that they spent the winter. With the com- he had expected to have a report ing of the brief summer, Ritchie de- from that committee oa the matter cided to make an attempt to bring as it already had been before them, j succur for his comrades. With an lie believed M. Vallance would fill the Eskimo guide he traveled afoot and MOVING -PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., on your money? I know where you can do it. The property is Lethbridge City property. When you wish to buy or sell houses or real estate see me. ._ II j bill and he did not think they should by dog sled 500 miles till he reached I have some of the Finest Biiys to be had in the City on my list. Sure woney-makers every one of them. Come in and talk it over. viau settlement. Kitchie says that all the crew are "well except one whose feet -were badly frozen. delay the appointment. He would i a spot on Hudson Strait favorable i not stand for the appointment of an-' for crossing. There he found a boat other official. j and fought his way through drift ice Aid. Hutton understood that Mr. and ttonn single handed to the La- Vallance was asking for assistant coast where he found a Mora- but'Aid. Kintr put him right on that that the only time need any assistance was in of an-epi- demic of contagious .disease such as there was last- winter. ...AM. Hatch askod Mr. Vallance what increase in salary he would ex- pect if the added duties were given him. That side of the subject seem- od. new to' him and- he said that he had not thought of that. After a little consideration he thought it 1 Dick DeLoris The Upside down Musician 1 Constructing Fishing Boat 2 Idler 3 A Decree of Odin 4 Fsmale Politician. Valois The Sweet Voiced De Lane 1 Imitator and Mimic Performance SPORTS American It Boston- Chicago 5; Boston 6. At New -York- Cleveland 4; New York 9. At St. Louis 3. National At Chicago Chicago 3; New York 2. At Pittsburg 12; Brooklyn. 3. At Cincinnati-Boston game BIG COMPANY, Presenting Wednesday Sept. 22 the beautiful play THE GIRL 1 LOVE Tuesday September 28 FOR HER BROTHER'S SAKE foMPAMY: to Segregating the Chinamen By, res0iution night Aid. of the city- council Oliver, Hutton and played "here today was played yesterday's double header, leaving j this an open day. At St. Louis- Philadelphia 2; St. Louis 0. Eastern First Game- Buffalo 0; Providence; 6. Second Game- Providence 2; Buffalo 0. A MUSICAL JINGLE would bs worth perhaps S25 addition a committee to map out a Aid. Hutton remarked that- he restrict where Chinese laundries may al. had not asked for any increase but ]ocatod after March 1 next. After Aid. Hatch replied that it was only date all the laundries will have right if they- were adding duties they lo be that area to set a lie- should give more salary. A10. Ivinjr ense They will be given notice to said that according tions Mr. Vallancir to his qualifies- ot Qllt was the poorest March, as -soon as the amended and no new ones Six high-class specialitcs arc troduced between the acts Will positively, exhibit at Lett- bridge, rain or- shine, underwater- rjroof canvas Wednesday Sept. 22 and Tuesday Sept. 28 2 SHOWS DAILY Afternoon and Night Night prices 50c Children 25c paid official in the city's employ can up outside of that place. j fectionsl He jhe was getting onlj a month Ald. Bowman brought in. a motion while other men with fewer qualifica- j tjxat they be located west of Wood A. M. M ATULIS tions were getting 5125. Aid. Adams explained that i St. but his motion did not say how the res.- D0rth. or south they could go. son the committee had not brought in the report was that he had j Adams suggested locating- them river. Aid. Bowman. ;Real Estate Broker .________ Headquarters for Real Estate- arid Insurance ROOM 4, BRYAN BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE thought that a practical plumber was j niado a> counter -suggestion, that necessary for an inspector and he tnev allowed IHifferin i At the Eureka This More on the Way Dick DeLoris who calls himself the "upside-down musician' works both end up. ,He opens Ms act with the saxophone, introduc- ing several pretty and up to date se- p'lays" -the -banjo and sings a song. Next a series of imi- tations on the ;piano. These brought very much laughter and applause. He winds up his act with a whirl- wind performance on. a Xylophone, with several encores. This- gentle- roan is an exceedingly clever musi- cian and his act is one of the best Afternoon, prices Children loc Adults 25c Change of -play at every "iince Show Groiinds Cut bill Street, neat Barracks WILL BE HERE THIS WEEK I had been looking into the matter. and the alderman, jocularly tried The Mayor expressed himself in ia-t0 plant the Celestials near the other vor of appointing- Vallance matter will te finally he could not. commence work until the, j settlor! at the special tomor- ninety days for which the temporary row nisiht and in the meantime the inspector had been employed ex- j proposed laundry on Crabb St. is re- pired. The committee will draft a report to this effect -and submit to the next meeting1. I-fused its license. at the Eureka'for "Fishing Boat some time. Construction" An exchange says jMcPhee's biff company of show people entertained' the citizens last night to three hours of .the real thing in melodrama interf1 spersed -with -vaudeville specialties, and, 'the big. audience, to judge from the generous applause, appeared to have been satisfied that it got the is'worth MoPhee is an. WON'T WORK WITH NONUNION MEN SERSOUS LABOR DIFFICULTY FACES WINNIPEG CON- TRACTORS the question of laying down tools on all jobs where non union .men are employed was to be discussed-at the regular meeting. of the Bricklayers and Masons' union last night, but officials seen after the meeting said the question was not officially ixn- I der consideration at present. A spe- cial meeting would have to be held to consider a matter of so much im- i portance and a summons meeting i had been called for Friday next at Winnipeg, Sep'C brick- j which_ the qiiestioa of assisting not layers employed on a building on I 071iy the carpenters, but also the Notre Dame Avenue quit work yes-j electrical workers and metal work- afternoon as a 'protest against j ers, be discussed. At present the employment of non-nnion la-bor- ers to do work which should in their have been done by skilled mechanics from the Tanks of organ- ization. The contractor who is erect- ing the building had not signed the city yesterday where owing _to it was stated, no action would be taken by the bricklayers and masons' unions, but -there had been cases where men had quit work rather than be on the same job with non- view of the situation .between the .carpenters and contractors, Gibbins Harris, they refused. Until the joists are placed no more bricks can be laid, and the job was thns brought to a standstill. This is said, to be only one instance of many similar occurrences, and there is little doubt that the brick layers will readily agree too make some sacrifice in or- der to assist their friends the car- penters, The brick layers schedule at the present time is 60 cents an hour and. the demand of tae carpenters is for 45 cents, the electrical workers, 45 cents and the sheet metal workers union men. A case occurred in agreement with the carpenters' un- the a strike there were no carpenters to ion and consequently could not se- place joists in position. Bricklayers cure the services of union carpenters.] asked to do the work, .but in One of the brick-layers engaged on the building quit work and called upon the other men to follow him. All the bricklayers on the job quit work at once. It was understood that 42 1-2 cents, considered to The have bricklayers are the best organi- zation in Western Canada, and the labormen believe they hold the key to the situation in Winnipeg. Watch for the feature reel of pic- tunes "The Land of the Midnight Sun" at the Eureka this week. LONG TRIP OF AHARPOONER COMMITTED FOR-TRIAL1. London, "Wes- ley Scott "was formally committed: on the charge of the inuxder-oi Hafiy i Scott at the preliminary hearing .of the case today. CITY AND DISTRICT AV. L. Wilson has bought out ,F. G-. i Waddington's second hand furniture Nfld., Sept. 18. '.The. pluck and 'is moving- the stock to and hardihood of a young Scotch r00ms OIL Glyn Street. The tuilcl pooner, named Ritchie, who crossed in? OCCupied by Mr. Waddington at j coraer of Ford and Westminster bc as a meat market. Mir. the title of an instructive and inter- esting series of pictures, showing the work of building the vessel from the framework to the launching into the sea. A funny one is the "Lady Poli-i tician." A dramatic eketch which is very interesting is presented in "The Decree of Odin." Two. more acts are on favorite in this part of the land and is always sure of a good house and the house is always sure that they will get-something good from On his last visit he Cabin" vaudeville variations. This year it is "The G-irl and she side- villain at every with an agility stepped the heavy bill for this week, but owing to the game train connections the performers fail- ed to arrive yesterday but will be here tonight. With, this addition the bill for, the remainder_ of the week should prove an attractive -one. won the heart of everybody. The Girl is all right. We have all met her. McPhee's 'big show at Ixithbridge, Wednesday, -Sept. 22. the stormy waters of, Hudson Strait alone in an open to the Moravian j Settlements on Northern jLabTador, j Waddington will give, his entire at- was the means of bringing., as trcm the region of the dead, word of the safety of the members -of the Scotch whaling ship Snowdrop, which, was lost in Frobisher Strait, September 18, 1908. The Snowdrop was given up for lost with .all on board last .December i tention to the auctioneering and real pst-atc business. The friends of J. I. H. McMillan, mine manager will regret to at the Royal Collieries learn that he is still a patient at the Gait Hospital. recovering when .a bottle was picked up off the fever He from, an attack of when he was again coast of Scotland saying that the shipjmade through a sudden afflic- was sinking. The crew managed to witll spjnai xveakness. Mr.'Mc- reach the coast of Baffin Land in an j Miiian is one of the best violinists in open boat short orprovisions.. wost_ past few days Arctic winter was approaching, cut- hc has heen abje to eiltertain his fel- ting off the last small chance of a j ]0w patients with music such as some stray whaler coming along, Dfsper- !ot- neVCr heard. I The Coaldale w I Restaurant has again hands. changed The I T New Management t say they are putting J up Menus and Ser- vice that will bring J patrons Monterey, Mexico, Sept. is believed -now that six hundred bodies have been found in the flooded dis- trict in and near Monterey, and the work of searching for the unfortunate victims of the disaster is being car- ried on earnestly. The government and city authori- ties and charity organizations are feeding and giving shelter to ten thousand homeless. To date no epi- nemic has started, which makes the situation easier to handle. Adding to the unfortunate condi- tions is the fact that' thousands of men will be thrown out of employ- ment until the smelters and steel plants are able to resume operations. These plants are covered deep with mud and are greatly damaged by wa- ter. Dynamos and other machinery are probably ruined by water.