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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NUIUV. AI'WI, 1017 i Additional Classified Advertising AiVOXIIXOl'XSIIAmiW TO UEXT 5'Q A froel weal Ulyaie iirallj- UaoJ ctniril lo. EO> iih Ait. 8. friocc air. ,r0 for or Lib Art. S. Tilh ixxtrus, sttlu MO. TO rurnliicJ rooms, culufeto for ladtfs or men, fully ir.CHiera use o( nhoao, 410 1th S. I'hcne 15M. TO or nicely fur- Dished rooms, e'.ase ID. quiet no ciU drtn. Apply S03 Sib Ave. A. south. TOR SAI.K ntv mine where he worked. To Mr, Wil kinson he stated that iht brattice had been brought lo within four feet of ;he working face. There was no bump Ing; he thought condllions.were nor mal. To Mr. he staled be had examined tbe notice board be- fore going inside; and had found none at working place. He would call a cap of halt an Inch of gas USING NAMES WITHOUT PER- MISSION. April 20tl The Editor of the Lelhbrldse llerali Dear have tceu advised lha an agent for the Alberla Life and A cident Insurance Coaipany. has bee using my name lo Influence dlffereu parlies to take accident (his company, der in tho carried Trntir Actively Up Wilh nt Killtiuuluit lu uu. of olll U It uut In Voun Irnlr, i, OUVKII, .AMKHIOAN BOAT or IbU vltjr. t3J ouih opliiloii thil Micro It 0 UUsr lluit tbia tin) pioeul lo Irlko for tu luitltulloti, owloj o the oveKrovvtloJ couijitloii of the Tho loiter tent lo 'rvmler tslhon Iton. J. It- lloytft nicrnlui aj icsult ol jvittr. tciloii by ibo lloitU ol TnJo: It HAS moDtloueil at today'i lucoi- 115 of Ilio council of this IjoarJ uf rttdu thai Uo tiueatlon of (urtuvr School accouunodallcm fur ho ronalrciiicnts of Inla provloco raen lately under Jiacutslou. In vkw of tho apparent iicccdalty 'or increased accoir.motlnllon T.-O ,o renew the requcul by Iho pcovld of till) dlilrirt that a Normal ichool iould bo located In LcUibrldse. Thu (ollottlns resolution was ed Ity ft Attended ineaUng of represBuullves from all tlio centres surrounding Ixthbrldeo, held hero on July !3lh, 1916, luid was duly pre- sented lo iho Alberta government: "Whereas thcro aro Rt present (carriers employed In tho uUlrlct cov- ered by two and ono-tialf InEpcclor- stes contleuous to tlio City of Lolh- 'Indicating Ibal a continuous accesfiiou of teachers will bo rfHiulT' ed to maintain nnd Incrcaso th( teaching staffs of the schools in tlmt district, end. "Whereas pupLU desirous of enter Ing the teaching profession havo now lake their training at places out- side tho district, "Resolved, Uint Ihls meeting rc- 8pcctfuU> requests the. AlberU gov- ernment to establish' a Xonnul School at Lclhbridgc." We would add that lha numbers of VutV D i I vl mil pieja t tiiuwiilug 3J of firilluU an .M'rll I lei hrr wio Aiutrlrtm. lo IS IEI corJIng IQ uliptlcU Mtf lu (lir Halo ICE IN LAKE) VET CMcajo. Apr, iJ.-Vi'llli Ifo fody In rhoi Hick ni Kort Wlillaui, Onlirlo on Ijako and Ilio tlralti o with ke, luko vuno liiipectun predicted a Ohomt lo jlocx) tnrklmitf clMow EMULSION (him to miy cllntf ptw I'S It rick neu to iiicnuilwn undtt SCOTI'S food to iii and bionclilal ll U orCC hafl HOUSES FOR collage north; front; 5300 cash, mortgage balance over 2 'years.- Abso 6-roora cottage, 727 16th: St.-north, Eeml- modern, email cash.payment; mortgage, talance ar- ranged lo suit. Apply R. V.. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block. NAVAL IN U. S. SATISFACTORY .TVashinEtoa, Apr. tremen- dous recruiting campaign (or the navy Is beginning to show'results. During the twelve days ol April a net gain of 4.871 men for Ihe regular service was recorded. There hag been a steady Increase In tbe dally average of The lotal enlisted strength now approaching Ihe mark. Presi- dent Wilson has already authorized re- cruitment to thc maximum al- lowed by law, i pending legislation whlcb-TTill provide lor a total force or 'FARM LAND WANTED from, one-quarter EecllonTjjp. Improved or'raw" Tann aod Write Carl Gkonal, P. O. Del. Bonlla, AJla. bear from ownera of farm lands for sale, houses aod vac- ant lots. We bars burere. N. U. Peal Co_ 10 McDonaTd Block. 107-0 NOTICE I Peter Horioruon. rejected soldier, beg lo.notify.loo public Uiat I hare 3rer tho'transfer business o( 'iMward aud .hope by the Eame slrlcl atlc'iiUon to all orders, to merit :jonr patronage. .Coal orders C.O.D., ol all kinds, also garden plow- Pnooe 652. Including reierre. (be coast defense the mala lerel al-'Jie face on the morning ot the explosion. Ho had found a halt inch cap oE gas at his place when ho went to work. Thls.had slightly increasecl lo nearly three-quarters of an inch when, ho went off shift., fie had not reported this lo Ihe fire'boss. The gas was in the air current which had (raTCiled through other workings before reach- Inp hira. To Mr. TVIItlDEon he staled lhat the [ire boss bad cope into hta place some lime aller noon that day. He gave aa a reasoa Tjr DO! reporting the pres- ence ol the gaa was circumstanc- es and conditions were' such thai a man. wag compelled lo work under them he desired to hold his position. There had heen a slight "jump" at the face lhat. day. To Ashworth he slated that Ihe inspector went through (he place about 9.15 lhat morning. Thc brattice cloth was within a lew Teet of the face. To Mr. France he slated lhat bla place fresh air. Air in the main entry had passed through numbers lhreer four and five Inclines. To Mr.' Ashworlh he admitted lhat he had not followed rule. GO gorcmlng In case of gas being found, anil had not reported tbe fa.ci to thc management aa rcqnlrcrt by lhat rule. To. Inspector Williams hi slated that when he was a fire boss he had taken men out of the mine! when he had found n cap of Inch of come, but he would, not deal witb lhat now. Replying lo a question .by Hon. TCodolpho Sir George Fosler Intimated thai Mr. Balfour wpuld.be asked to visit Hie Canadian capital. -Hon. Frank promised ,hat Ihe free .wbeat; order in council ffill be tabled lomorrbw. Coal Mine. Situatlon- E. M. JIacdonald asked about .the filiation In the western coal'mines. Elou. T- Crolhers, minister of labor, In reviewing the situation, said lhat the Lcmieus'acLhas oot been suc- cessful In connection with coal. difficulties. In some cases neither The Outdoor Man lover of exer- fresh air- is particularly fond of Q -Con't with Patch Pockets." Fit-Reform models 117 ;and 120 satisfy the most exacting demands for' this particular style. .A. J. Blackbiirnc Phone 1084- P. O. Bon 282 Acadla Building A Bargain A well bulll dwelling house, C hedrooma, parlour, dining room, kitchen, ba.throom, panlry, hot and cold water m thc basement, gas Installed, verandah. cash will handle, there. la a mort- gage Jeaying a balance of can bo made In t-Ighl half yearly paymenla with Interest. The house elands on a lot 50x163 feet and has a splendid garden. The basement la Full size and con- creted. Tlic taxes on the property are low. House originally cost J5.GOO. To Win. nobson, a juror, he stated ho was on shift when Inspec- tor Williams was In the mine- Thomas Slmms, lives on Uosmcr Road near Fertile. ]Ie work- ed In cross-cut between five and1 six Inclines. Number fire got the first air and number six goL second air from ventilation. He was on shift on Llie' operators nor the miners bail liald any attention to the ncL. The mlnisler tbat wlien In Calgary he bad succeeded in inducing the op craters and the miners to nppoinl a Bijb-commlFaloh wbich baa ncgo ilatlng ever since.' Tie had receive! a' telegram from Calgary In which I wag slated lhat "a agreement In all probability would-ne "arrived at to day. He was hopeful Uial llie repre sentallves' of Ih'e.' miners would bi able to 'induce, th'c' mine workcra li accept any agreement- may reached. Mr.yCrotners said thftt ir lo tho present lime Ihe government has pay the inin ers lo which Ihe found to because o the higher cost Of living. CANADIAN HONORED. Brltlc Prof. McLennarv mer.-.fcsr of Board of Inventions, Toronto, April: J. 0- M rxmnan, licad department physics, Unlrer.slly of Toronto, ha Iho morning of April 51h. Thc U.OL-; Uco was brought up lo Ihe face of lhelcfi 3lt on thc Drlltsh board ol In workluga lhat day. He found no gas ami research, a body whlc at any time unless ventilation was [a- of S John Fianer, tinrl-Ja one- or the wa Rubdlvlslons of "FlrlLlsft admiral work. He will probably occupy ,'J post for the summer. He la this year president1 of Ibe1 Royal Canadian I stliuto. .Toronto, wilh In some way. Venllfa lion had heen good and he had prc rcrrcd lo work In number three miss because of tho freedom from gas there. He bad.hardly ever tcalcd [or gas. as thc ventilation was so good. The tcallmoriy of ine wilncases gen- erally agreed aa lo the mine being damp, wet, or dry as lo locations Ihey worked fn. Mr. Lane's oyldcncc would indicate that thero was'less gas In tho mine when Bluglo shifts worked than when doublo shlfta were on. Some people may even think lhal Nick Romanoff IH prelLy lucky merely lo be interned in a palace. SCOURGE OF SCOHN MIGHTIER THAN FORC Chicago, Apr. ).1. Thc deluge t Ecom heaped on -those who cscnpc acrVlcc was reflccl today In a raartcd falling off In 11 line In the marriage license hurea Few were walling when the Mr.' JJ McEwen of Dundu, Oiit.', years I -suffered with Piles and could.gel ho permanent care until I tried Zam-Uuk. Perseverance with Uils herbal in a complete cure, and I have not Been troubled with the pilaful all- meat since." Mr, of Poula- monJ, N.R-, I jiiRertd terribly uilh Pilej ind could find to gire me relief uniil I tried Xam-Bul. Tbiscuied me. I con- sider Zam-Buk ihe Enejt o in i meat on the The abort ire apecimcDj ot the niany lelicn receif- men and women haye' ended ihcir suffering by ujing Zim- Duk. Why not do v Zim'-Dut ij bejt for eciemi, blood poiMniav, JOTCJ, cuU, Lruuci, and aU sVm injuciu and diseases. SOc. box, all drugpiU arid aloru. or po'it free from liarn- Duk Co., Toronto- Send ihia ad- Yerliicmenl ivilb name of paper and one cent alsmp for free trial boi. 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Ritchie Co., Ltd., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto, Dr. CasscH's Tablets arc thc surest home remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Nervous Ailments, Nerve Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness In Child- ren. Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during the critical per- iods ot llfo. Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, 50 cents; six lubes for the price oJ five. Beware of Imita- tions said to contain hypophosithUcs. The composition of Dr. Gas sell's Tab- lets la known only to Ihe proprietors, and no Imitations can ever bo thc only 200, many fewer than has been the case. Sole Dr. Cassell's Co. Ltd, McGUIftE The Malting Go., LtcL Manufacturers of Temperance Beer Stout 1 Case, 2 Dozen Quarts .Rebate When Case and Bottles Are Returned! 1 Case, 2 doz. Pints, Rebate 51.40 When Case and Bottles Are Relumed. AERATED (All flavors) 1 Case, 2 doz. quarts Rebate H80 When Case and Bottles Are Returned, 1 Case' (2 rtoz. 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