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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AttlUTA, tATURDAY, lErrtMiEJt M, The iorid of tabor M frfict tool U Lakr CUtfts britd bya Libr vU it frr to Views eiyrtficd ir A rumor been going the rounds that the. Trades ami Council of Lethbridge have a notion to place still another candidate iu the field, this one to run on the labor ticket pure and simple. Not to take any notice pf this rumor, I understand that Jt. -P. Pettipicce stated after his here" he" would run as the Socialist candidate providing he hud the hearty co-operation of the Trades and Labor Council as representing the large body of laboring men in the city. Supposing the rumor to be true then some one must have blundered. This week I have beon asked about twenty times, "What is the difference between the word .'Social- ist' and the word Labor'? doubt there are hundreds of my read- can answer the question, and 1 leave it to them with the utmost pjaracrapli without any t confidence that an answer forthcoming next week. will bei plank (good term, that) for the next municipal election. While oil the Smith street topic, the ratepayers'ju that district have ano- ther kick, and that is the there be light." Darkest Afri- ca is not it compared with that street BO far as illumination is cerncd. The- light that is presently on that struct only serves to make darkness visible. What with the, am- ount of wagons, rigs, etc., etc., dump at all conceivable where 3rou can run into them, not to speak in the same breath with the amount of wires embodied in the road which serve as man traps, the approach to Smith Street from Duflcriu is a ter- ror.. "Let there be light." Were it not for L. If. Fowler's generosity in leaving light burning in his office window there might be many serious accidents. men should liave direct representa- tion. The, time' is ,drawJni{ near for another election, and 1 the Trades and Council will brinjf forward two men, appoint a large and strong committee, and work with this end in view. Get busy, bring your men out and set the wheels of municipal progress in motion. .Amongst the declarations upon which the American Federation of Labor appeals to all working people to organize, unite, federate, and ce- ment the bonds of fraternity- punishment for, crime. Free schools, free text books and compulsory education. The abolition of the contract sys tern on public works. The municipal ownership of pub 'Wednesday was a day for muddy streets and long walks. I noticed that at the last council meet- ing it was, decided .to leave the lay- ing of cement cross walks on Round Street until pavement is put down on the street. The wisdom of this is un- doubted, but what I ami hundreds others also would like to know is the conditions on to be improved. True, we have got a spur track, increase the peace of the residential part considerably (that is if arc not particular what you but how long have-those south of Fowler's blacksmith shop to_con- tinuc without a crossing opposite said when on earth Smith, Street are shop? To give those unaware the amount and the depth of the mud in uirc Did it strike the large number of union men when they paraded in the city that sufficiently strong in numbers to have at least two rep- resentatives in the city council and also sufficiently strong to vote them There is no doubt that tho large body of laboring men In this city., should''be directly represented on that august body. If there was nny reason, why this large body of union- ism should not have two ot: Uic City Council nothing said, but surely out of they can produce two men who can sit around" the board'ami di.scuss questions affecting the city as si'ily us the next. Various questions ulrcUng the workers have come up and been discussed and .undoubtedly other ques- lie utilities. Suitable and Utely and th have a ma the city. ThU jneans that u lawyer uld be engaged to give hih; entire time to settling the fate of the nu- nr.'rous drunks and other miscreants into'tuC of th plentiful play grounds for children in all cities. The above is -a, partial statement of the demands which organised labor, in the. interest of the of all the people of our makes upon modern.society. X Is j'our union active in boosting for the If not, then it is time to act. "Any old dead fish can float down the stream; it takes a live Gsh to swim up. Your union and your- boosters in the label cam- paign. That's the way. 'Out of the 700 magazines and p iodicals published it must, and is, very gratifying to tke International it: city s j custodies. Chivf-Gillespio often has to wait a long time to pal a magis- trate to deal with the case he has and in the meantime keeps the unfor- tunate in the coop. Thi.s is no square shake for the poor sun of a gun who is locked up. ;He may be vho bad actor the police think lie is and again he may not. If isn't it is not a square deal to keep him locked up for hours before he can get a chance to tell a magistrate his story. A cell j is not the most pleasant place "in the; world for an irinoc -tit man to while away a few hours especially when they are such cells as the city has. Some of the aldermen seemed to think that it. wottlil be a good thing or the city from a financial point of view. It-may be but Dad's son from the information he lias got into lis cranium it. The city would have, to pay a man at least fifteen hundred a year for no full- fledged lawyer, would take it for less if he is any good, it's a pretty bum lawyer who lias not got a practice worth a good deal more than that. The city does not want any old has- wasser for its. dispenser of justice. The position requires a man with a good knowledge of; law, a clear mind and a will strong enough to with- stand influences.: Such a man will cost money.; year I am told there were two; hundred and fourteen cases in which -the poor beggars had to pay Those at two dol- A. L. Roy Herald Market Place Whei hive to seU to reit place ii in tkit coiiuu. If wait use taU 25c MM 6 iascrltoas (or Typographical Union to know that only 190 arc printed in non-unioti offices. The members of the recently form- ed local of the American Federation of Musicians, will meet in the Oliver Hall Sunday afternoon at 2.3Q p'.m The local organizer will be present and obligate the members and insta the officers.. Those who have not al ready joined are reminded that the charter will.remain open until Wed- nesday, 1.8th October, on which date the charter, fee closes, and should FW50 P.O. BM 82 WANTED Wanted at once, experienced book- keeper, one capable of taking: full charge of of nee. Apply stating salary rc-quhvd to Box 668 Lethbridge Post- office. 242-3 WANTED Wanted at once a girl for upstairs work. Apply at Balmoral Hotel. 42-0 WANTED First Class Carpenters at once. None others need apply. Smith Bros. Wilson. WANTED Dining room girl, Chow Sam Co. 33-0 tjons will be ioi tnc in tho fiiM avail themselves of this opportunity, urc. Hut if thti'e was direct re fc- lars each means X little over four hun dred dollars magistrate fees. The Justiceof the Peace gets no fee for preliminary.- hearings or cases where no where the fellow is not guilty J It is a good scheme and worth spending money on but it does not look like a money making proposition. Some people Have been whispering into Dad's off ear that the cement walks are not justj exactly what they ought to be. Some cracks have bsen noticed on Dufferin and Glyn streets and have the subject of cogita- tion by some, men u-h'o think they know somctblag about cement work. While they admitted that cracks are likely to occur _in cement walks in unexpected places 'as well in ex- pected places, these mc-i do not think that the cracks should come so after the walks are laid. They say the walks arc not being put down right, the bottom being the chief sub of criticism although some lay the blame on Be these things as ,they may, Dad and I are 1 JUDGES OF WHAT IS GOOD say that our bottled goods are the best that are manufactured. We only bottle the best. Our Alberta's Pride beer is delicious, our ginger ale, lem- on soda, sarsaparilla, kola kola, iron- brtw, etc., and all of soft drinks are refreshing and palate tick- ling. Our prices and service are always right. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY. Ltd WANTED A First Clasa Salesman for Gents Furnishings arid clothing department E. J. Hill Co. 236-0 WANTED At once 3' or 4 smart 14 to 16 years of age. Lethbridg- Woollen Co. FIRE AT INDIAN HEAD Indian Head, Sept. Mas- sey Harris establishment here was badly damaged by fire at an early hour this morning. The fire broke out about 3 o'clock and the flames were finally subdued, though the building was. badly gutted and the brick walls seriously damaged. WANTED Lady (experienced) would 237-6 under- take needle work by the day. At ladies' own houses. The Herald Office. Address M. D., 238-6 BOY WANTED A bright intelligent boy as appren- tice in press room. Apply at Herald Office. 242-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS Coal inmiujf of tue Doouniou iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Went Territories and British Coluimna, may be letted for a term of at annual rental of II an acre. Not more than acres will .be leaded to one applicant. Application for a uiuit tie made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of ['he district in which the ap- plied for are situated. surveyed territory the cnuBt be described by or U subdivisions of sections, and u> untsurveyed territory the tract appli d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accota yarned fee of which will U refunded if the rights applied for arc not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- ouantable output of the tuine at lut rate of five cfmts per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only, bui the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department cf the Interior, OL bawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister the Interior publication ol his advertisement will not 'oe paid or Experienced bookkeeper, time keep- er and general office man desires sit- uation: also evening work; best of LEAVF TO APPEAL Montreal, Sept. Julia Lanlong who was convicted on a charge of usury in connection with the money lending business of D. H. .Tolmim some time ago, has Obtained leave tc carry her case? to the King's references. Apply Q., Herald office. 241-6 ROOMS WANTED Two furnished rooms or part of a furnished house for light housekeep- ing. Could use two unfurnished rooms. Apply Box B., Herald office. 240-6-p SOME WHEAT The Wells Land anrt-Cattle Go...Ltd. THE PRIZE FLOAT The Typographical Union Float, the winner of the prize on Labor Day, photagraphed in front of the Daily Herald Office by A. E. Smith, a memb.r of the Union not experts on the subject. The citi- .ens want to-fed', that dead certain Jhe Wells uo x shipped over bushels of fall that tho work is b'Mng done right and i i the end oi term. Apply tnting experience, wh.'it ,I.-KI uua salary expecte'd CAWDRON, 1 Box 426, 210.O Lethbridgt- Lots Korth of tke Bailronl ail West of MriBtir XI FROM A EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'- clock Thursday, Sept. 24, "for all the masonry and carpenter work requir- ed, for the erection of a brick and stone store and office building next to the Bentley Co The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications can be seen at Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-thsrd 0 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum I you want to get the want you want to get, you want to get your want in the want-get- HerMd. The Herald wants your want because it wants you to get the want jou want to get. perform his own residence duties bj Jiving with ihe father (or C4) The term ni the two preceeding paragraph! uefined u meaning not more thaii mue ia a direct line, exclusive the width of road allowances crosacd in the naeasurernent, (5) A homes leader intruding to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Afcnt for the district of Sis months' notice in writing mnrt be given to the CommiMtoner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of iotentioe tc apply for patent. W. W. CORt, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bant, MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic. vaudeville or dances. Howard House. Crabb St. 2 SECTIONS OF FIRST-CLASS FARM LAND, See FIVE MILES FROM WARNER, PER ACRE Qtt Block Lethbridge Bros- ;