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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta T 0 V'j D A; Y R L 7 I 908. f -t ypw are ubt, getting much much not v t i as much you should. Any man, who. wears will tell you so. faMBVBMMM Me K E L.VIB Look' for -that Protects. -It goes on "PROGRESS BRAND" Suit or Overcoat. to W: C J 107 Breikfatt Pood' T .vis in taste to all other 'cereals'you ever ate, but is more economical. )b. 'package makcfe 50 Ibs. when served. It cook8 Jup-smooth and free from lumps OATS FOR THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR MAN At the- request iof tho Trades and Lnhor CoMncii H'. C. Simmons last night delivered an address to the labor an unions and working men McQUIRE DEBENTURES ON- ENGLISH MARKET of e c on ('oifipoiiSutiuH Acj, passed at liiy session of ithe Legislature. Donald McNaljb presided and in introducing Mr. Simmons spoke of what our local member had clone in the interests of labor. Mr. McNabb attc'ridtd Vine. I'. recent session as a delegate front the Unit- ed Mine Workers of America mul sta.t ed that no member worked harder than did Mr. Simmons in framing and having the act passed. Kven the greatest critics admit ted that he did noble work and gave his best ef- City Places Them With Bank of Montreal Sell Lot of Business at Council Meeting o There was a full attendance at the ,v Council meeting Uutt night and a was made for when, the turnwl over the last motion and 'numbered it, like the people "in the rtays of the struggle for i the liberty of the press, he marked1 it "-15." The committees evidently dkl not have- many meetings as-' the country1'from Devil's Lake, N. D.rf an old" man, is eighty-five-years age, and destitute, "kept at'the- Windsor Ilotel by H. E. Miebach; un- til his .board billh amounted 'to The Chief of Police advised that- the old man be sent back-to Devil's Lake to enter the-United i States Soldier's Home. council decided time of the was taken up'Miebach be reimbursed> for keeping with trifling matters, so that, it was well into Tuesday morning the j. motion 'to adjourn received atten- tion. i' The auditor's was accepted. or applications for; licenses were granted. r EMPLOY UNION MEN f" The Trades and Labor Council ask- ed the council to hire none but, un- T'ion men in its-., municipal work asr many union men who have lived here all-winter'have had no work f oV many months Letter was filed. 'LICENSE REBATES T Rebates were granted to W. L. Wil- son, 'A." Barnsley'ahd" WT. II. 'Weber on their last yearV having' jtnReri "ag- nill (hie v 1 Devirie'and that the old mari" be sent back home to Devil's Lake. EXPENSES Health Officer Campbell advised that 950 burial, expenses of Stanto'n and Terguson paicl by the city. The ordered 'it'so- council- agreed'1 and MAKE" SEWER .CONNECTIONS, r As a result 01 the discussion of the re-port of the' health and relief com-' mittoe, the secretary -treasurer "will notify the .owners all t-is possible to make connections, to do so. The fort. Vof 'party he done, his best. Mr. Simmons was given a. hearty reception and in his opening remarks strafed that the honor of bringing be fore Legislature matters affect- ing lalw belonged to Lethbridge and the' towns along the Crow's Nest line. In having this act passed much was due to the labor organizations of the province. Before discussing the clauses' of the act, Mr. Simmons gave a resume o the laws relating tof employer workman in force in England and in Alberta prior to the present legisla tion. He explained the steps taken to secure compensation for both .th workman and his family. t Also how compensation was grtxd ually broadened to include all ches of industry. When Alberta became a province (he law relating to labor was the same as' existed in England in IfeTO. Improvement was needed. When the present" Compensation Act was- un- derstood the members of both the Government and the Opposition were unanimous in' favor of it. Mr. Simmons than explainer! the significance of each clause in the act, showing that an employer is com- pelled to compensate a "workman for injury, received while at work and that no workman can sign his right to compensation. By means of illustrations the showed what nieaning is conveyed by the term accident and explained the >pro- A crpamy-white delicious A real surprise for brtakfusl and ifi numborlesB dainty for luncheon and dinner desserts now WANTED (CHOIR for Please state qualifications.; Apply E. U, Rylands, chairman'Board of Man- agers. ENisoi llliiig flmtar Co. Ltd. Raymond Magrath 'Lethbridge IN THE PUBLIC EYE Jqhn Douglas Hazen, the new pre- mier and attorney-general of Now lirunswick, is 'a' son of thy late James K. Hazon, and was burn at Oromocto, Sunburj' county, on June G, His mother daughter of the late Hon. John A. Beckwnh. Mr. Hazen secured his education >i the collegiate school, Frederieion, and at the Uni-j verfeily of New ick He was cilled to the b'ir in !b33 From 18S2J to 1800 he was registiar and treasurer of his 'university and at the present i time in a member of the .senate. He was an alderman of Fredeiicton for. three years and was mayor for two' years. On September 22, 1884 he married Ada, second daughter of C FOR SALE North Ward Lots WEST OF WESTMINSTER ROAD Tames Tibbits, of Tixdericton. He moved to, St. John in 1890. fn following year at the general elec- tions Mr. Hazen .was returned to the! Commons for St.Jo'hn city and county. He was __ an 'unsuccessful candidate at the elections in 1896. He j was elected 'representative for Sud- bury comity "in the local legislature! it the general of 1399 and soon after became le trier of the Op- He was re elected in 1903. .William Melville 'Martin, who was selected at a convention of the il party, held at Kegma in January, to contest the Dominion constituen- cy of Begina'in the next election is a barrister practising at Regina, a mem- ber of the firm of Balfour Martin. He is the son M. Martin, Presbyterian minister of Exeter, Huron, Ont., and was born at Nor- wich in the county of Oxford, Ont., on Aug. 23, 1877. His i.irmly removed during his early1 years to Exeter, and he received the rudiments of his ed- ucation'' public school and j.t Clinton collegiate institute. In the fall of 1384 entered Toronto -uni- versity with first class in classics. He attended Ontario Nor- mal school in 1893' and 1890 and ob- high and dry Lots' within one-quarter of a mile of Westminster School At JO Per Cent Discount for a Few Days No greater opportunity for profitable investment will be found in this papej loday than here offered This high class residence sub-division has absolutely every advantage of desirable location environment that can make residence -propeity valuable '.Values' in this district must advance rapidly. Right NOW and right HERE is the critical time for you to get one of the most desirable home sites in this city. f. E. PATTESON 'Room 7, Oliver Block Photos V HANDFORD WANTED' A YOUNG' with" light housework and-in of baby. Mrs. J. MeKeown, Baroness'Road, ry. TO.RENJ r A SEVEN BOOMED HOUSE, W nislied, in -best 'residential district of city. Apply Box Her- ald Office. ;-u. WANTED T An experienced boot and sh'oe tales- man. Must be an "active steady, man, good stock keeper and a hustler. ply Hudson's Com- pany. LOST v GOLD BRACELET between Ma-' giath and Lethbridge. Finder "will be rewarded by leaving at Wright's jewelry store, Lethbridge. 96-0 FOR SALE A faoriel horse, weight about I a good driver go double or single. {Apply C. Begin, clote the gas well. 96-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- FOR SALE On and after March 25th, at Fur- Any even numbered section of Do- j nvm's liveiy stable, 20 head of well minion lands in Manitoba, Saskntch- broken work horses, weighing from ewan and excepting 3 and IDS. up. 20, not reseived, may be homestead-1______ od by any person who is the sole I BUSINESS FOR SALE 86-0 of a family, or any wale over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 1GO acres more or less. Application for emry must be madeI0a Prince'Albert brunch, Canadian in person by the applicant at a Do-} Northern. Would consider live stoch FOR and IKirding Stable. Dray line in con- in live town of six hundred and electric light will be installed tin the .toqlation, .hospital. >he visions o> the act Tor mendation. scavenging system ain Jas'. Lhis year for rebate of superassessmcnt 'as he had taken out building permit. baitl that was '.in titled to the re- bate .unless the matter were L ly closed v He gut the rebate. STORY' Aid Cunningham speaking on 'a matter of privilege contradicted, the jjtory _made by a local paper thai "he had erected a that the wind blew down, on his property on Rvd- path street, in order to escape! v.- superassessment. He explainwl the Canning- Hryan Co. had started the building but trouble had arisen between them, the building" partly built and Insecure. It rahuUt_up and 'completed, being now .used as the Rogers-Cun- ningha'm Lumber Co.'s office. Aid. Ivesj. ventured to remark that if Aid. .Cunningham L paid attention to all the perverted stories that, got into the pressrhe would be kepti busy NORTH IWARD PETITIONt; The people of the North Ward are getting after, an extension of the wa- terworks 1 system., 1 Two were in the council lost night. One was from the residents uof Torrancc Avenue and the "other from tbow on 'James St. Both Ttsked that mains be laid on their streets. The petitions referred to the water- in'aitguratfMl referred .back for an estimate of cost auu estimate of probajale revenue to be 'derived from its 7 PRIN4TIXG BYLAWS Considerable, "discussion arose huving the" city's consolidated by- laws printed. Aid. Cunningham want ed to dehij- the printing'owing to the lack of money., llut mayor objected keeping the bylaws in their present shape. Aid. Ivcs said that every alderman had to "answer questions eveiy day or so that a man could get. Jrom the' bylaws. He had spent six" nights at work getting them reduced to shape and did not propose to'lose that work." In reply to statement that he had started the movement, he said that if Aid. Cunningham found it good to start, it should be good to finish, lleport was adopted. .TO SELL DEBENTURES It included also a report in of placing the city's debentures with the -Bank of Montreal for nale on the English market. The recommendation of Chief Fow- ler that the new chemical'; be taken over by the city it having met all cumstances: v _ Another "point discussed" was the mannar in 'which litigation is arrived means of a committee of arbi- Coal, Ice and DRAYING 4 i T Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite TELEPHONE 63 General Teaming tration thus tending to do away with, long law suits. showed; that the act would not stampede industry by showing.-how it was a protection to the employer. Thus the .ict is de- fensible on every ground. It guar- antees -a competence to a workman or his family and protects the em plover. However, if when the Act is applied any alteration is necessary it can be remodelled. In the speaker's opinion Alberta, rms reason to b'e proud of her Com- j pensation Act. j tained a specialist" certificate'in clas-. When you require your gardens sics. For Uo years he taught chs- your yards. cleuued up, sics-and history Jji Harriston higlxj scllars dug.'or any other teaming school; in the county of Wellington.! lone, SEE US, or -phone 201, or In the fall of 1001 he turned his at- i 'rop a post card in the office, your tention to law, entered Osgoocle Hall, i order will receiveour prompt atton. COAL must be paid for niinion Lands> Agency or Sub-Agency for the district :in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how- ever .be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the son, daughter, bt other or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: _ (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A" homesteader may, if ha so perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of hla homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the" father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less for part. Box Herald Office. 87-26 FOR SALE- A heavy general work team, gentle, and well broken. Harness for sale I aUo. Apply F. A .Maxwell, old Vir tue farnv south of city. 97'6-P WANTED TO RENT 5 ROOMED COTTAGE, centrally situated. Will pay for right house. Apply Box P., Herald office. 100-6-p TO RENT HOUSE, 14 rooms, used as boarding house in good locality, or would 'sell; payment easy.- This is snap. Apply R. A'dam, or Lcth.-Realtv Co. -1966 where he won in tion. L.U. 1 1 1 his first and second years, and also in delivery. Residence and stable 2ast oE the barracks. SVM. TAYLOB, Lethbridge in the -office of T.. C.. Robihette, K. C., of .Toronto. .In 1903 he went to Regina and formed a part-' nership with Jamas" Balfour, which still exists under the nine of Balfour st- John N. B., April 6.-The Wo- WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB and -I SCENTED HAIRPINS The -Latest Novelties in West ;End London's men's: Canadian Club Was organized here Saturday with Lady Tilley as 'DrosidenL FOR.SALE Show and Counter at present in use at Johnston's Drug'Store. 986 than eighty (80) acres" in--extent, in j the vicinity of.1 the homestead, or up-1 on a homestead entered for by him in the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or (-1) The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not.more than nine miles in MOLLY GIBSON SOLD a direct line, exclusive of the. width of :road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in nc- lordance with the above living parents or on farming own- .WANTED TWO EXPERIENCED, MINERS at once to work in Bell's mine in Wolf Coulee, township -14, range 22: W. J. Holl, Bowville. 993 FOR SALE One slightly used 500 ft. well ma- in first class shape, ag 1 canont use it at mine as intended, iy to W. J. Bell, Bowville, Alta. '99-3 London, April hairpins are exhibited'. in The chairman again spoke of the present 'government had ticcom-j plished' in labor legislation. had even done more than they were fitted with a spring which requested ,by the U.3T.W of V Ifc also again 'referred to tho part tak- 6n by arr.-SImmon. in connectionl 5l5Ehtcst touch miniature Rossland, B. C., April Mol- ed by himself notify the Agent WANTED I am prepared to remove closets dig earth pits. ly Gibson group, near Rossi and has been sold to a New York syndicate for with the legislation. The meeting'was then thrown open to give those who wished to ask questions an opportuijity to do so. MY. Allah nskcd why the height limit on buildings was fixed nt 30! feet. Hu thought the conditions of lately fresh a h'airdresser explained. "We have found fine a scent may be it is apt to become stale after being exposed to the air for a couple of hours. ''Even scent sachets fail in this i t Gco. TayI ir, Florist t 650 Bftrtlett Street for the district of such intention. 1 Officc' Apply H. F., 90-1-p the conditions of the contract, was the countrj. should havc bccn kcpt hl adopted by the and the en- view, there being few high'buildings The' .secretary treasurer uf the school board asked that the taxes v against lots 11 and 12. Block 42, which were on the property when' the Board bought' the. property, be struck off, school property being exempt.' On motion of Aid- Ivcs. it ordered that as the "taxes on': the lots were due when they were purchased, they should be paid. REIMBURSE MR." UTEBACH. Dcvinc, who came to this ginc accepted. -ERECTION OF POUNDS -Tenders will be called for the erec- tion of twoCpounds on plans made by the engineer. WILL IT AFFECT THEM The Good Go. wrote asking if the city intended closing all places do- ing grocery business by closing They'intended ing groceries and proposed to close that department when othen wantetJ to be allowed to carry on being high buildings in Alberta. In his" opinion there shdVild limit. Mr. Simmons explained that in ev- ery .town and village there are small contractors who if punish- ed by fine when a man carelessly fell would be put out, of business. The interests of the- em- j ployer bad to be considered as respect; and nothing is more aggres: siye than the odor of .stale perfume. "It is quite e for a woman to pat her hair or replace a hairpin, and this is all that is necessary to release the perfume. "Hairpins" are made: in gold for blondes; tortoiscsheil for brown hair, dark amber for auburn-haired wo- men, and silver for grey locks." Ciders left for Easter, cut flowers before April 12th promptly filled .Place your order now as we canr not promise orders-to he filled after that date. Six months' notice in writing must btv giyon to the Commissioner of Do- ir.inion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. COEY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be for. WANTED TWO DIN-ING-. BOOM month. Apply Alberta Kestaurant. 99-3 Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Paities.r-tc. Ventriloquism FOR SALE Six or seven teams of from to pounds. seen ranch. W. H. Moore, owner __" 99-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING ULATIONS i LOST j On Saturday between Mann street Coal mining rights ot tne Dominion d Burdett> a broxvn leather hand- in Manitoba. Saskatchewan, Alberta, big containing purse and cheque. Die Yukon Territory, the North-West; Finder 'please, return to Herald 'Offi- Territories and British Cohiirroiu, Le leaded for a term of twenty-uiie years at an annual rental of un WANTED LADY CANVASSERS .icrc. Not more than acres will} TWO be leaded to one applicant. Struipht salary. Application for a lease must bt: Herald Office. made to 'the Agent or Sub-Ageiit of--------------------- the district in which the rights ap- Apply, at once at 100-0 the early- Ty''was intendod to the confectionery and ice, c iness after the hour. The letter referred to the city solicitor for ad- vice. SQUARES oo W SQUARES CO W CARPET SQUARES AND IWiS f tnrely hare irbat you. hare been ing for. Every color, every design, every size.. And yon knoir already of onr repn- Ution prices. The; pricing of- every square msUina this repuUtion u e Co d o M. that of the employee. The' act apply when there any visible danger. This is the! most, advanced net in the Dominion it deserved a. trial. Mr. Ritchie somu provis- j ion should have been made to prevent1 accidents on buildings by regulating the kind of scaffold ami the position taken by the men. Mr. Carpenter asked whether a man could demand "proof; that insurance had been taken out. In reply Mr. Simmons said that the Act does riot demand compulsory insurance. Tn his mind the ideal system was one where the employer, employee, and probably the government contributed toward the insurance. The meeting closed by tendering to Mr. Simmons vote of thanks. UP Toronto, April carpeftters renewal for a year of the old agreement giving them a wiiii- Tnum of 33 cents, an hour. 11 i i i-fr i 11 i i-ui i i i 11 i i M 111-11 L. M. JOHftSTOME Union Bunk, OPERA HOUSE K SOLID WEEK.-with INEE. coinmericing April 6 Return of the Favorites Aringtpn Comedians M their Great POLMATTHt SJSTOG LAMES' ORCHESTRA In a S-irics of New Plays PEOPLE: The GCTC: 3ai Takatei CkiUrai, INR OOY; CMcert by fe bfe' Orckstn efery Efwtf M 8 Ctrtain rises hko, 50c, 75c ml 1 .00 Seats now on safe at nstud place NOTICE IX TKK MATTER of the Estate ot IMm'und Cokely, deceased. NOTICE ia-hereby gvon to of -His Winter, dated at Lethbridge on 23rd day of March A. D. 1903, creditors and other persons having situated. I In surveyed territory the laud j must be described by sections, vrr le- Iral of in j unsurveyed territory the trnct appii- i d for shall be staked out. Each must be accoin- i'nnied by a fee of which be jTtaims against the estate of tbe above ivfimded if the rights applied for tinted Edmund Cokoly. isuf available but not otherwise. A Ur... or before the 23rd day of May n.ynlty ahall be paid on ;he mer- i to names rhaninble output of the mine at tra nddresses with particulars of their r.ite of five cents por ton. claims together with a statement of Every hssce. of coal mining rights (if any) held by them, v.-hich are noi being operated shall! v-irifying' the same by statutory de- i furnish the district Agent of Domin- i deration to the undersigned Advo- ion Lands with a sworn statement to I catcs for the Executor, tliat effect at least once in each year.'] AND TAKE NOTICE that after the The will include the coal j 23rd of May the executor'will mining rights only, but the lesce may at liberty to aminister the assets be permitted to purchase pr any part available surface rights may be con- {'hereof among the parties entitled sidcred necessary for the working of having regnrd only to the mine at the rate of 510 an acre, of which it-shall then have had For full informations application and will "not be liable for any should be made to the Secretary of j pwtion of, the said assess so disirib- j the Department of the Interior, Ot-, to.: any person or cf tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. whose claims the said executor shall 11 i i H 111 H-H 11 H M I M i M M I M 11 H 111 M i t II f not then have had notice. W. W. CORY, Lethbridge this 23rd day Deputy Minister of the Interior, March. A. publication of CONYBEARE JONE8, this .'will not be pnid j Advocates for (or. ;