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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDOK, ALTA-, THUMDAY, APRIL i, and Building A REMINDER We are increasing our business and enlarging our scope Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price, Quality and Prompt Delivery City Yards North of Track Corner Westminster and -----Baroness Road I MAIN OFFICE REDPATH STREET WEST We have in stock at all times-Lumber of all kinds, Doors and Windows, Lime, Cement, Wall Plaster, Plaster Paris, Pressed Brick, Metallic Siding and Shingles, Corrugated Iron Outside Yards Coleridge, Bow Island, Burdett, Taber, Bountiful, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Cardston ingham Lumber Co. Ltd. Phone 23 North Yard Phone 321-Westminster Phone 123 Redpath (Office) P.O. Box 1365 E. A. CUNNINGHAM Managing Director OF CANADA Resr and Undivided Prolits Exceed Encourage Your Children to SaVC by opening Savings Accounts for them in the Union Bank. a good .-start, help them to make even if small deposits, and you will be giving- them a traiuiug in thrift that will stand by thenitlirough life, We welcome small as well 'as large deposits, and every Depositor can be sure of the most courteous treatment ;frpm our staff. opens a Sayings vAccount. at highest current rate Yaidat'regular intervals. LETH BR I DGE B RANCH J. R. Anderson, Manager. CARDSTON. Cardston, March M. Evans, .of the A. K. came to town and went to Kimball to in- spect the new head, gates. The Com- pany are patting a large dam across the river at Kiniball and making oth er preparations for a large amount of water to be put in the canal this season. v X- ;V-. The social in honor of President Wood held last evening was a mark- ed success. The Assembly Hall was decorated :for the -occasion ftepresentatives from all the Sabbath Schools neat- Cardston were in atten- dance. Songs, speeches, anecdotes, and instrumental music composed the program of the evening; Light re- freshments were served. j A beautiful gold watch and chain was presented to President while a dainty leather hand-bag was to Airs. Wood in token of the esteem of the Sunday school workers of this Stake. R. Coutty of Lethbridge, .J. D. Mr- Intyre, Calgary, R. H. Oum, Minnea- polis; A. 3, Clareshohn, are at the Gaboon. TABER .Taber, March marriage of Mr. Mart Hancock to Miss Annie Gib son took iriace last evening in -St.; Theodore's Church. The ceremonv was performed .by the Eev. D. Jones in, the presence of a large number ot relatives and friends. The new band instruments arrived last Saturday morning. The first practice was held on Saturday night. Mr. Ibey, the popular leader, expects la a short' time to have a band sec- ond to none in Southern Alberta. The band concert which was to have been held tonight has been post poned until April 13th on account of sickness- in the town. They are hold ing a: dknce tonight for the benefit of the band. On Thursday night, April 8th. a banquet will be given in the opera house in honor.of-A. J. McLean. M. P.P. All the electors of the Leth- are invited to be pre- sent. RECOMMENDATIONS ON CHILD LABOR Adopted by Southern Child Labor Conference New. Orleans, La., March Southern .Child Labor Conference. at its meeting here today adopted a resolution embodying a number of important recommendations for legis- lation in substance as follows The employment in factories of no child- ren under tie fourteen" years and none in a quarry under sixteen; the employment of .no child- ren under sixtenn years in any gain- ful occupations, except agricultural service unless such child can read and write simple sentences the English language; -that no hoy under sixteen years or girl under eighteen years except in agricultural or do- mestic service be employed between the-hours of 7. "p-m. and 6 a.m.; an eight hour.day for children under six- teen and for all women. IMPORTANT ORDER OF RAILWAY COMMISSION Railways Must Erect and Maintain Guards. Also 'Persistent complaints being made for many months to tlie Railway Com- mission in connection with defective fencing or no fencing by railway companies of their right of way. and the law regarding .cattle guards, not being complied with. As a rseult of these complaints the railway com- mission today issued "an order order- ing all railway companies to erect and maintain withiri a year fences of medium height with swing gates at farm crossings. Cattle guards on each side of highways and every rai] .crossing level. Sliding gates built before 1904 may stay. It is ordered with a .that all railways shall construct, and maintain suitable and proper highway crossings with a 20 THE INTERNATION COAL AND COKE CO., LIMITED, COLE- REPORT To toe Shareholders of the International Coal Coke Co., Limited, Directors bepr to the fifth, annual report, for .the year en-d- ing 31st of December, 1908, together with statement of assets and liabil- ities. The net profits for the paying ail. operating expenses at hea-d and to 210.72, which sum has been derived from the various departments of the Company's business, together with the sale of coal and coke, receipts on account of lots sold from the Com- pany's townsite, and returns from water and electric light supplied by the Company to the people of Cole- man. On the 1st of February, 1908, foot road surface on concession and a dividend of two per cent, -on the WOMEN SUFFRAGE BILL IN WISCONSIN Madison', Wis., March wo- man suffragettes'bill passed the Sen- ate today with referendum attached to make it necessary for the bill: to be. ratified by a.vote of the people "before women suffrage. would become operative. The measure now goes to the Assembly: A. L. Roy COWLEY Cowley, March old settler in the Mills, m person of Mrs. Duquesne, died suddenly on Mondav. at.the age of 45 of The funeral took place on Wednesday- i There, was born. SAturday, MarchJ 27, a son, to Mr. .and Mrs. j'. C. Bo-' blnson, of Lundbreck, and to Mr. and, Mrs. Murray McRitchie, of Lille, a i .daughter: i His many friends will regret to j hear inat Mr, tTohn Bare (Sr.) isser! iously ill and has gone to Frank hos-i piial for.treatnjant. i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Grand Jury at Brockville found no hill against John A. -Derbyshire, son of Senator Derbyshire, accused of brihing an old man. natned Hetter- ington to vote. Building permits in Winnipeg since f anuary 1 -reached the great- est showing for the first three months i of any year in the city's history. main roads and sixteen foot on side and hrush roads. T. E. PATTERiWN. Office, Oliver Bloclr. >B7. market.. 'Prompt borne, and weight guaranteed. ORDER YOTTR Coal from Phone 287. Best a'nd cleanest on the delivery at your SCIENTIST KILLED Manila, March 31 has been I received of the murder of Dr. Wm. Jones, the noted anthropologist, who was in the field for the museum of Natural History of 'Chicago. The mur- der aoceurred" at Dumobato at the, head waters of the Cagayan river in Isabela province. No details are yetj obtainable. It is believed that the j scientist was se.t upon and'killed by i the wild tribesmen. i Paul Lesser, confidential clerk for R. C, Brown A Co., financial agents of Winnipeg is under arrest in Ber- lin, Germany for theft'of from DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- ptirty higher prices tomorrow. Felt and Gravel We will have a first class outfit and experienced roof- ers prepared to lay this Permanent Roofing buildings this spring. Let us talk over cost with vou Boyd, Goodc ft Co, 5, Bryan Block capital stock of the Company was paid; two per cent, on the 1st of Mav and o'ne and a quarter per cent, on the 1st of August and 1st of-STovem bcr in-.all six an-d one half per and as you will see by ref- erence to the balance -sheet on the opposite page the handsome sum of was carried, to surplus account for the year. The total amount of the pay roll for 1008 was average number of rnen employed 586; days worked 230, the average tonaape ics 1881. During the year there were additions made to the oian1 (expenditure under this head wKich include new chinon- and equipment, addi coke ovens and cottages, all of were deemed necessary in the Cuin- pany's best interests and hy the The officers elected this year wvn'.: A. C. Flumerfelt. President. H. X. Galer. Vicc-rresident Gen- eral Manager. ...Daniel Shtilts, Spokane, Wash. W. G. Graves. Spokane, Wash. Clement, S. Hough ton, Boston, Mass. W. G. Gravos, Secretary. B. J. Xicklin, Trea-surcr. Place Your Orders for ....WITH.... JIUL FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 General Teaming i! When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden plowed, if you want some first-class manure for garden purposes, better see me, or phoae 201. I can.' your wants. WM. TAYLOR Get.bur Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elwwbere We have just placed a i carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock copy 3> Office and Factory Cor. 80UKB aid IOHPU ITIttTI Telephone 158 Yard, SmWrSt PhtK 195 Milk River settlement will receive C. R. Foughty and K. L. Burr from i Rollitte. X.D., and Pedro Zovelnko 1 from Maxims, N.D., while John Pick- 1 up with one car and Geo. H- 'Boss with three cars came in via and will settle near Coutts. Buy today, terms. Any locality on eaay FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan or spread over a term o! years at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now the time to insure yaur house and furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO. The best is none too good you. Bay a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or disonunt for cash. Orders and correspondence so his employers. He will be extradited, licited. Phone No, 887. Patented iectional Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very beet Kiln- d.ried Lumber, in latest de- Prospective builders to write me before deciding cu a house S. A, Spencer BUILKII, IAQIOD The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company if Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westiiuttr N. FROM EACH One-third cash, one-third 6 i. 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Mini HI Hi ylNI ;