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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �c �i ? ( �m �s- We hare jiwt received a large shipment of iiaWD Hose. We can fill your requirements in Hoser Nozzles, Reels, Etc. | Your lawn and trees need water, nnd carrying water is n hard and slow job. Let us Itook^onr orders, and you are sure of llio Best Material and Prices. � A 4 >A � { i >i > � H > i X > A. EASTON & CO. I �If MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. CLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CItJARS IN A NEW STAND Jnst drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to4ate.  � The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. HOUK HB jnnDnannDonnr mm LETHBRIDGE BREWING & ococcc MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF trine Lager. Beer, lie and Foi'ter THE BKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt, attention f5 CIGARS THREE FOR 35c X�MABGUERITE . JAP EL PRESIDENT |1 LAJORTUNA PHAROAH , SEE OUR FINE LINE OF X^AMi. Fiiiyiftff CarJt. Dice. Poker Chips. Sftuff. Fine Cut :h more thttn forly sufcty lantps aiv u.s�l Kt an>';;jpno time, 'there sthall Jje a i�5r�on up|K>iiitcd wliosc duty it is to flcc 'that ilioso lainps aris in good oi>)cr, aiKt :gi\vii but to the work-nocn. In addrtion 'to thcso, there are; special J'p-e.s ifhioH jwinx'.-t must fnr- ni.sli, to tie added 'to or umcndod, or in ease non'.'j is sent ia. supplitil hy the dcpnrtntcnt. KILLED AT FRISCO! Paper a Victim OF THE TERRliLE OlSASTtrR �Umonton, April 19.-The feature of the debate this afternoon was a f\((tit HMde 'by the members of tlie Oppoaitioa agaioat the Uovemnient on tlw qupstioa of mechanics' lien, , which -brought lato consi'deration' the Calgary Uun Ciub to introduce a' tabor queatioD.  bill that will'do away with the The question came up over the uie- hour.'j Inter In �n uulonio'bjlo. anil wuH one of tlio tWnt on Vlie spot. TlioiXJ 1 hcI|H'd to ciii'i'y out 00 corp.s- -- jCSi \l liooii. whi'ii I urrivoil ivt. !Snn a^i**. Cj�t C����l� '''"^"' wns Violievwl tluit lully Hmj If ire or CQiior or rrann'bodit-M wore snii in the mins. ' ."There i.s nivl, a lirick or Nlotn; bniltling of two slorios or over in San .Toso today 'lhi\t, lias not hcon iovellod to the tt''oiin be 'torn down. Souu.' (ires starto;! after the on>lht|nake. hilt tlio tiro department soon had Ihcni under eontrol. "San il�>se is umier niart'ini lajv. ;utt'd the city is thoroughly jmlrolltd iby 'th�^ miMtia. Sends One Hundred mettsand to Sufferers Ask yotir ticket nKcnt for tickf'ls vi;i the Wisconsin Centra) Ry. To Milwaukee, Chicaco. and All Points East and South spring duck shooting. It is e.\i>ecled t>h�t the close season for ducks will Lie extended until April 15th, making it uniform *he v>'Airic chicken season. cbanics' Jicn bill^ . Tbe Oo^'enmtent took dc'flnite action towards granting extenaive conaitdcration to tl>o labor m�u la preference to the man who 8tippliks. C. A. S'tuart, M.P.P., Oleichen, has I was one of labor entirely, and wa.-^ introduced a bill resi>ecting wills, in not framed for the consi'dcr*tlon of Oreat Fafls, Sfoai'tana, April i!0.- At a iiiasd nioetinK of the eiti/ens question held tonight. fSO.OOO was rni!�ed for the distressi'd in California. j Convonient Irniiis. Pullman sli'op- , .. . . .,,..,. i Prs, Froo rofliitiriKclinir t'lm, Oakland, April li>.-C. A. Pudy, of n:,,:,,., ears Owonsboro. Ky., wlto Ivas been in Mining, uiis. !^ant� Ilcsa since In.st Ootol;er, was For full iiifontiation address H.J. the only one out of several store to BiirgOUiantl, tiave, fhat one-third of his estate in ex-ces.K of itieututierancvs, shall g to his wi*ie, a fiinitation Ix-ing placid nt 'twvlvc thousand dollars. I'jilinonlon, April 19.-At a meet-, , . � . -ing of the Railway Committee holdM"T^'�'>0"*�* a few Wvilogos with laboring men the supplier of material. For this I Winniiieg, April 21-The city reason, sjiecial cun�i>dcration wa 'louneil has donated *10,000 to givon to l�boring nM>n in regard to earth(;uakc sulTerers. the time of establishing the lien and - ' of establi.'^ing same. � Xew York, April 2.H.-.f. )). llock- Tlw leader of the OpposHion nni teller, W. W. Asior and .\n'drew Car-his follower, who are both liini'l/er- nejjie lin'mttetl iJIOO.OOO each to tlie men, that 'is to say, suppliers of nia- siilTeier.s. terial," objected on the ground th*t ' isiration laid down in a peneral way Its -itosition towards the policy r�t-' garding corporations. I This policy is one of greatest cau-I tion atid strictest limitation. When I a railway company applies for chairt-i er, it niusL confine itself to' that I tnisiness, and t'hoinjh no statement ! has iK'on made, it is utKlcrstood that I ihu 0 for The Ooverninenl -was firm in this Die relief of San Francisco, respect. Mr. .'Gushing said I'bat a supplier of n^tdrial was compelciit o look after him.self. while a Ottawa, .\pril 21.-The Dominion ......------ . lab-Government 'donated SiJOi>,0(tO to t>he oring man hard to sell his lalK>r, nnd San Francisco sufTerors. on credit.   � j - Mr. Cioss said that the Govern-, .San Francisco, April 20-Mayor menl hatl acted largely on the ad- Solim'jt/ lissiir';! the I'ollowin';; procla-vice of Mr. Ciish'iivg, who sv.ippli'od iimtion today: material, and was one of the largest 'I'o the Citizens of San Fraiicisco emplo:iers of labor in the provPnc^. [-The fire is now umler coi�tro.l. ai>d The labor contentions were estab- all 'danger is passed. The only fear The oiieslion came uo in cfannec-'''sh^'. ^'^ Opposition niein,bers alone is that other fires may s-lsrt should tion witV. a pr^arwll known^T^he' opposing, tl.e people build fires in their stoves, \v"sver, c'ocil amlOil crs^Wat-l The Calgary bill came up in com- a,d I therefore warn all citizens i'lnni- ed " The applicants are .fohn Il'ond-ry, .1. H. Feigu.son. A. K. Woods, O. K. Jlacl'onal'd. .1. It. .Seymour; .Jas. .JclVrey, U. F,. McKenzie, of Van i-oiiver, and W. S. Scc/it. of l""9- .The companj asked, among things: (1) To purchase, lea.se, etc., mines. (2)'To dijs lor, etc.. mines. mttteo todav. and was only partly to build I'lres in their homos tmlil considered. ''The committee objecit.ed Die chinmeys have licen inspectc-d and to the clause allowing the city (?oun- repaii-oil properly. All citizens are ! cil to enact early clo.-iing without a urged to discounten.Tnce the building |)etit)ion of twentj'-flvo per cortt. of ofVires. trade.t alfected; also clau.sc prohibit-,' "I congratulate the citizens of San other|'"g agents to canva.ss for ncwspap-'Francisco on the fortitude tlwy have �ers. ulisplayed ami urgnj upon them the ! An ai>tomobile bill was introduced necessity of niiling the authorities in .,,�..-,. , lo-lfly prc�hibitil^g maciiines .to run the work of relief. For the relief of To purcha.se, etc.. lumber lands a greater .speed than tob miles an those persons who arc encam|>ed in ( t) To do u smelter business. | hour in cities, or twenty miles in the the varioim .sections of the city ov-(.'>) Saw mills, etc. ^  country; also providing for the num- erythiii'g possible is being -done. In (0> Tramways and railways. ' bering of same. OoldenGate Park, where there are Telegraph and 1el:-phonc. '- approximately 200,000 homeless Edmonton, April 20.-Hie most people, relief statioiis have been cs-briUiant dotiiate of the session took , tablishod. 'Iho Spring Valley Water place tonigiht respecting the bill to'Company i'nforms me that the Mis-incorporate, the All>crta University, jsion district will be supplied (T) (8) Water works, etc General rate, er, heat, lifjht. etc. (lO) Carry on iers. powors, hj-draulic electricity, poW' with business of financ-in *�''n .supply I>.-6tected^- i, ,.he citv .*ne�iir.^is Go%'ernmont would give an ample! The supply of food in'the cit.v Vi, .______________,_� nnrtiryn of land in time BO that lie last out a week, and then unlc EST READ UNS City Bakery Beid OX Co. Read the Herald Ads. (13) To charter frhips, vessels, etc. To do many other -things. The legislators Ijolloving that all that rcinuined was the work of leg-islatiwg for a province, rose up in revolt. aiKl in the di-scussion in con�-mittee which followcvl, . tho.:Bremier and otilvers made some pointed statements, the bupdon of which was the case tliat -w'as to ije takn by the province against grasping monopol-i.sts. Th� bill will not be^ reported. One of ('he most important bills for sect'ions of thi.s country, and a Inrge number of citizens, is that which ha? just hobn .introduced wliich is known as "ah act. -to make regulations with respect to coal min* OS," intro'uced by Hon HV. H. Gushing. The 'bill in addition to incorporating in 'the present act, the better features of the old act, incor|>orat�a a number of very important. amctKl-roents. The bill is a very long one, thirty pages; .in fact, deaHng witii, the en-fire qi>estion. In point of order the first' question taken up is regarding to ^ucation and limi'tation of miners. It is provided that no boy between the affes Li twelve and sixt'een who is unaible to r^ad and write, shall be employed in a mine. This is a new clause and coupled with it is the old clause, prohibiting any child uwler the age of twelve and any female from working in a mi'iK. The regulations regarding shafts are renovated and elaborated. In e-.'ery seam: there must be two shafts with apparattis for raising and lowering persons at each shaft. Tho section regarding the competency of managers, pit 'bosses and Arc bosses, the ili>tails in the new act are more e.VpUeit than in the old act. An entire section, all new, is de*-voted to the paymeiit oii wages to miners. 'J^hoy are not to be pa�d in .'a public hoiise. When. ;th�j ompunt ;bcn appointed for the jirst-namod district, and will reside at IjOthbridgv). At present, the Superintendent, F. n. Smiith, wilt take charge of the other two. In the general rules, additions are made, one of which reads as (oUowsi; "Rule 7. In 'every working approaching every place where there is likely t^ 1k> an accumulation df exr pto.sive gas, no lamp or Ught ottter than a locked safety lamp shall be allowed or used, and whenever safety lamps ore re(|Uired by this act or by any .special rules made in pursuance of this act to, be usmI, a competent iversott who shall be appointed for that purpose, fshall examine every ,safot.v lamp imtnedintely liefore it is taken into the �vorkings for use, and nHcDrtArn if it is secure and securely locked, ond in any piirt ofamlne.in which safely lamps ore so required to Ijo used; they shall not bo used until they h'ovo Jjeen 'oxamrnwl and found secure ami securely locked, and shall noit., without due authority, bo unlocked in the said part of a mine. -�V person sliall not, unless ho is appointed for the purpose, have in his possession ony key or contrivance lor opening the lock of such safety lamp, or avy lucifer maitch or ap- may portion of land in time so that lie; last out a week, and then unless it University could be started at an ; is roceivcil in large quantities, the early date. Mr. Robertson said that the Opposition was entirely in nc-cord with the 'bill, and would assist Stuart city will he in.a state of want, and the rich nnd poor alike w'ill he the sutTcrt\rs. To what extent the oia-siilo can si-..;>ply the needs is a ques-actual trial will dem- iat Santa Ilosn. lie came to Oakland on his motor cycle anti tells n thrilling story of Ivis rescue nnd the coulT,\- says when the shock camti iie ru.s'hcy waving il ami yelling at the same time, finally nianagr^d to .show jx^ople where I was. "ir-iiero were aboii't ilOO pt'oplc killerl In the destruction of the three hotels, and not less tliwn .500 in the whole town. The business section of the place collapsed almost insitle cf five tninutes. Then tlve fii� .staft.id ami btirno;! Fourth street from- one end to the oilier, starting at eacli end and meeting in the mkklle, thus sw�vv>ing ot'cr 'the ruins nn'd burning I he imprisoiwd people. r saw two arms protrtKling fi-om one part of the del>ris anil waving franticali.\'. 'J'hcre was so much noise, however, " that the screams could not ho heard, .lu.st then as I looked, the flames swept over tlieni, and cruelly fmishcd the work Ix'gun by the enrthcfuake. The sight sic.k-I'lied me, and I turned away." Los Ang>eles, Apri^lfl.-Eglwrt II. Gould, presiiilent of the Clvicngo theatre compan.v, of Chicago, was one of the three jiersons to arrive on the first train from San Francisc">, which reached hore at 11 o'clock to-da.v. Mr. Gould says: "1 was asleep on J. SALAY Liitlit'3 Tailor - - Hiil>it Makt^r N�*st door Stutfonl's East of Brotlit> and WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hnneer, Decorator, agent for Knipiro Wall Papers, from 5c. a roll up. Rest of work guaranteed. Ri'sidenccr-First lioirse ea.st Court Hou.se, on Baroness Road. of in every possible way. Mr made a very able address. jtion that only ___ Mr. Simmons, the new member for on.9trato. If the $1,000,000 approp-Ijethbridgc, was introduced by Prem- ;riatC'd by Congress nnd other icr Rntlierford and J. W. Woolf. Cnriston. HON. FR/VNK OUVER. rflanioimts subscrib�l is made imnKxl-ifttely available, aiKl can be .sent here in the form of provisions, the time of trial may lie tided over until �the changed order of affairs can re-, _ .adjust thfmsclvos. The Toronto Globe says: Mr. Fo.9i-' er has totmd a new target in the! Toronto. April 20.-Word was re-Mtmster of the Interior tor. his shafts'^ived here yesterday that Dr. John of sarcosm. Mr. Oliver s style of c. Slinson, a native of Branttord, speech IS remarkable for tts direct-! ^^.j a graduate of Trinilv Univer-ness. He has the,weetcrn habit of ,:ity. Toronto, was kiled in the calling a siwde tx spade lie has a^,a,.tfcq,aUc disaster in San Francis-deep grudge against the Conseryo-jco. He was sleeping on the-lop floor uve party, and he seldom nees witk- of the California Hotel, and . was out dealing a telling blow at his po- crushed by the falling walls. ItticaJ rivals. He has no use for the__ soft answer that turn�th away w.i,,j,*,;v, April 20.-'Phe Bank of wrath. In fact, tha more wrath he Commerce, which has an otncc in stirs the better pleafed be seems son Francisco, has donated �2.'i,000 He is a typical pjoBccr from the,to the relief fund for suiTerors from prairies, and a study of his charact-^.jjp,l,,,^lj,^ eristics in a good illustration of the 'determrnation and courage that Jaid the fouTi'dations of da. A. Oaklnivd, April 20.-It is announc- thenswor Can-,i,(j u,nt until further notice letters from San Francisco will lie sent through the mails free of charge. This has lipcen mnde necessary owing to t'he nnprcceflen'KHl di:'man'd for _ � . . �r 1 .!fetamps which the local postoflico F. Grady was up from Macleod ^,ppj^. MACLEOD IS TICKLED. .\'esterday looking after his i'nrtrests in the Pass. White here, Mr. Orody had the satisfaction of getting defl-ni'te assurance that the C. P. B. will build the proposed line into the town of Macieod at once. Superintendent Krickson chanced to come through while Mr. Orody was hero, and an interview took place, in which Air. Erickson assured Mac-icod'.f mayor that the engineers would reach Maclcod immediately, and that t)he track will be lain in from the cast without any further delay-Frank Paper. AV EDMONTON OPINION. W. C. Simmons, the Liberal candidate in Ijetlibridge, won out after a hard three-cornered ftght. Tlie Conservative nominee was hopelessly beaten, but the I,abor representative, Mr. .Sherman, polled a large vote. In the parts of the riding oc-ciipiiM by the striking miners, 'his majorities were large. Such a contest shows how rapidl.v modern industrial condrtions are developing in the we�5t. Mr. Sherman's success will doubtless lead to Labor nominations at other elections, a resuU greatly to lie regretted. A ntatc, i.he population of which is divided for political purposes into employers and oin-plo.vcd, is in an unfortunate pri�dica-ment.' Such antagonism of classes can only work harm. The striko at Lcthhrldge had nothing to do with proviticial politics, and t'he introduction into an election of considerations which have nothing to do with the duties which the representative to be elected will have to perform, must always be demoralizing. -Edmonton Saturday News. --~-~t)---� LllNDnBECKjMINE IN OPfeKATION. The tipple at l^undbrock is noiv oard. The Pacific ocean is fringed with volcanic land �a'rea.1. 'J'ho west coast ol America, .Japan and the East Indies, are all subject to volcanic action.. Earthquakes arc also jiiost liable 'to occur when the land slopes at an acute angle into 'tlio ocean. Strains are set' up in the strata, r,Vts formed, and voh'anics and earthquakes result. In America the earlh'qiiake nreas are aldhg the west coast,,iip a portion of the Miasissippi Valley and on the Atlantic con�t about Charleston. Manitoba, Aat as a billiard table, is liable to no disconcerting slips or earth cracks, and con he relied on to give a steady' means of support, in more than one sense, to 'timorous tnurtats who desire a firm footing in 'the workd. To the good quality of constitutional stoibility, of which all Canadians boast, M'onlto-bans can add that of geological equipoise. " Los .'Vngcles, April 30.-"San Jose, which was the prettiest little city in California," said William A. WhHc, Kheriff of this county, this mornibg as he s'topped off the train at River station, "is now the worst looking wreck I ever saw. ''When I IMt there yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, 19 dead bodies had boon recovered and there was a pos-Hiblliiy that others would bo found. I reached St. Agnow asylum a few DRAYINC All kiiuls of Draying and Team work dono promptly. STRAW FOR SALE EARL KIRKHAM TOWN LOTS Residontial Lots in Blocks "C"aml"F," Apply 1o H. MACBETH Rt^al Estate and Insurance. Morris & Hend-ricKs Transfer Go. CONTRACTING DRAYING COAL DELIVERY the seventh floor of tiie Palace Hotel at the time of the first .shock, 1 was thrown out of licd and half wa.v across th? room. Immedintel,'^' i'oai-iziiiji- the ini|iort of the occurrence, I ma'dc my wa,v down the six (lights of stairs into the main corridor. 1 was the first guest to aiv,ear. The hotel omployccs wore running about as if they were mad. Within t"-o minutes after I appeared, other guests flocked into the corridors, most of them in their iiight clothing. 1 returned to m.v room and got mj-clothing an'd then walked to the Western Inion telegraph office in my pyjamas and bare, feet to telegraph I p, , lofoinunnv my wife in Los Angeles. I fownd the ^�Sll must accompan> telegraphers there, but all the wires \ (irtlers were 'down. I sat down on the .side- I . w^lk and picked the broken glass out ! OftVo-First dcx)r south of the soles of my feet and put CO-* USt (loor souiu my clothes. This took ailjout 20 minutes. W'ithin that 'tiina below the Palace Hotel for three blocks was a mass of (lames, which tiuickly communicated to ot'lior buildings. Billows of fire seemed' to roll from tho business blocks, soon half consumed, to other blocks in the \ieinily, only to climb and ioom aga'in."- liU coa of Si.1- vation Army Imrnioks. Teloplione 77 'The di.sa.ster at San Francisco recalls similar instances of compnra-tivel.y -recent date, where great los.i of life and pro|>erty has occurred. Tho r; and ni^ts. TIkj burnt 'district covered 2,100 acres. Over 17,150 buildings wore consumed. Two hundre>d people were known to l/c killed, but; tht're were innny persons never ac-counteil for. Chicago's population was then 324,000, and 70,000 wore rendered homeless. One thiixl of the city's property was destroyed. Th loss was 190 niiliion dollars, out of a total o( 020 millions. The Boston firo in 1872 restilted in a loss of $7r.,000,000. .Gnlvp.slon, 'i'exas, was visited by a flood on September 8, 1900, and re-sultixl in the most terrible ilisaster from purely natural causes in the history of North America. Within (Ivo hours, but chiefly 'between 7 and 9 p.m., o,viberal candidate in iito byo-election at' l/�thbridge. Another case of coercion, or. rather, will tho Conservatives i)i'cr wake up to the fact that tlie okl battle cry,is played out in tlio new province. It works all right in Ontario, hundreds of miles away, but it won'tt go with tho iwoplc of the new provinces themselves. BRIGHT and SPARflLlNC Wines for the eladorntc banquet or tbe simple family repfiet can be ordered from us with the certainty ttiat the quality will be high and the prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines arc gatherded from tbe best growers at home and abroad. M. E:. ROY VI nolcMle Uealer lu "WINE.S', LIQUORS and CIQARS e V). l.,ethbriaKe, AUa. i CAFOHT COLD WHILE IIUNTIVa A BURGLAR. Mr Will. Thos. Lanorgan, Provincial Constable at Chaploau, Ontario, say?: "I eniigiit a sovero cold, while hunting u burglar^ in tjie forest swatup last fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's (7ough Remedy, I tried it, and after using two small bottles, I was; completel.v cummI." This remedy is intended cHiHicially for coughs and coldL It will loosen and felioye a sevei-e cold in less time than by any other treatment, and is a favorite wherever its surwrioi' oxcollenee has liecomc known. For sale by all drug- iri't*/- �........� � - Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PBOP. Lethbriilge, Alta. Barnes & Co. \ REAL ESTATE and I GENERAL AGENTsJ Olfice-SecoRd Floor Soathari Bkck Pest Office Box 3 Talepbone No. 122 The,election of .1. F. Bole in Re- .' giiia has l>eeii protested.  .The thiItoen-year-old daughter of J. K. Mclnnis, of the Rcgina Standard, dietl from diphtheria. , A n&w tiultler started a prairie'flVe near Maple Creek. It did consider- ; able damage and he was flnod |100. ;