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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta We have jirat received a large shipment of Lawn Hose. We can fill your requirements in Hose; Nozzles, Reels, Etc. f! Tour lawn nnd trees need water, and carry- iug water is a hard and slow job. Let us orders, and you arc sure of the Best: Material and Prices. HicK Wahely The Leatling Tinners, Phimlxjra, Steam and Hot Water Filters. Telophono llfi. NEW MINING UW Important Measure Intro- duced in Legislature MR. SIMMONS IAWES MIS SEAT Mechanic's LJCD Act busts sideraMe DiscussiM liklmonton. April 19 _.p g M.P.P., has been requested by Calgary Gun Club bill that will do spring duck shooting. H is exivcted that the close son for ducks will be April 15th, making it 'he frail-Jo chicken season. of any kind for striking a and in auy mine in which more than forty safety lamps anyone tfha 11 a iKjrtton whose -duty it i5 jto .w.that 'tUeso in gooa I out to work- noen. In addition j -to these, tliero- are i ipoclal luinos wusi, fur- nish, to be added to Or or in case lion's is sent bv the -department. BJnionton; April feature' ciebate this aiternoon was a' l" made -by the members of the i against the Government i on mechanics' lien, wh-ich into consideration' tho KILLED AT 'FRISCO 1 Wife of Editor of Prank Paper a Victim OF THE TEMlILt MSASTCR Seids U ry to A-aiTy DHL OU i-orps- -AL noon, I arrived ui San iuo .still-jn the ruins. -is not u brick w wtom? building' of two stories or over in I Ban' today., ahat -lias ma hee-n iwljttl the --round or that will Jmvo lt> some lircs after the oiirlhquako, but the fire department soon had thoni under control. '-'San Joso is umlor mart-lnl Jayv, jam! the city is thoroughly patrolled tby -the militia, j Ask via (ho Wisconsin Central Ry. 1 -To Milwaukee, CKicAfo, All Points Eatt And South C. A. Stuart, Gleicben, has introduced a -bill wills, in which' reference is made to dowry. It is provkioil that in every when; up over the _ panics' ,iiou biU: Government" rn attion lowimte grant- uuiiijjng txteuijive consideration >to tho WiWi labor meu in preference to tho man who material. ''The Govern-' maintained that tlm question Frank, Alia., April Mark j Drumm, wife'of the proprietor ioril li) -f u-ill ft man dies, that whatever his may be, that one-third of his e in excess of incumberance.s, shall g to his wAe, a ritnitation boing j.lacti at twelve thousand dollars. Oreat, April t u nijusi of tho hold, lonigh't, for was one of labor omirely, airJ wasjrJio disimssc-d in C.ilifomi-i not i'ratived for the supplier of material. For this i Winnipeg, April reason, spatial consi-Jerution wa 'council has donated given to la-boring in regard to earthquake sulYorers the time of establishing tho lien and _____ oi establishing same. i Now to York, April llock- 1 he leader of the Opposition uni felk-r. W. U. Astor and v _____ nis lollower, who are both lumber- upgie dmiauxi each to the 'itf-n, that -is to of'ma- sufferers. i-xlmonton, April a objected on the'ground -___. nitj of tho Railway Committee vmen should not have. 'oquiU Washington, 21 U H a lew in favor materiaI, -and was one of the largest: "To the Citizens of San Fra-ncisco jot imposing :i. upon such cor- employers of labor -in the province. fire is now umlor control, and Mr. Cross said -that the 'Govern- j .San Vrancisco, April Mayor -had actc-d largely on the ad-' Sohrmtx assuod the following procla- vice of Mr. dishing. who si.'pplkjd he was quartorvd in tho tfotc-l St.; St. Vaul, at Santa Hosa. Ho cunvo lo Oak- land on his mo', or cycle and tells u thrilling sioj-y of his rescue and the coiKihioii of all'airs in genontl at San- ta Hosn. Mr. Dully says when shook came he .for tlie stair- way, but, the Imikling was swaying ami. shaking, so that he could mala- no headway, and turned back. He throw himself in front of -the dresser in Ins room, trusting AO -that object to protect him from the fulling de- bris. The dresser held up >ihc beams whiL-h tumbled over him, niiJ' thus jirotoctod him somewhat from the lulling mass of debris. "I was imprisoned for five saki .Mr. Duffy, "bofoiv finally Convonient Imiiis, PuJlinan sWn- ers. 1'Vco OS 11 i tig e.'U's, For full hi formation addross H..J. travellin 371 porations. The question came up in eoiuioc- 't.ion witli a private known "as the opposing. today: Tho labor contentions were est-ab- ull -danijer is passed. The only Jishwl, the Opposition members alone is t-hat" o.t-her fires may sisrt shoTild Coal and eil The applicants arc John Jlc-nd- O', J. H. Ferguson, A. M. Woods, G. j K. Maehonakl. J. It. Sevmour- .Jus .Jcflivy, U. K. of couver, and U'. S. Scrtt, of Winhi- .'J'he company asked, 'among ''other things: To purchase, mines. To dig lor, etc.; mines. tthc people build'Tires in their sioves, properly. AH citizens discountenance, the The Calgary bill came up in" com-'and 1 therefore warn -all citizens jiot nuitf-o today, aoJ was only partly to build fires in thc-ir homes considered. The committee, objected the chimneys have been inspected ami to the clause allowing the city L'OUII- repaired cil to ennel early closing whbouL a'tiriced to petition of-twenty-five cent, trades afTectod; also clause prohibit.-! :'L t-he citizens of San agents to canvass for newspap- j Francisco on i.he fortitude they have and urgu upon tlieiu the An.-awtomobi-lc bill was necessity. of aiding the author-rties in today machines, to run-the work of rulief. For the relief of rescued. Threo times I tried Vo call, ami the rescuers We, but could not locate my .position from tha sound of my voice, and I could hear them going away -after getting close to me. "Fmally I got hold of a lutli from the 'ruins nrouml "me, poked it through a hole left by the falling of a steam pipe, and -by waving JL am! at ihe same time, finally .people where I "There were about 800 poof.lo in the of the tluve 0. 'Poiul, general J. SALAY Ladies: Tailor llalut ilakor NoxL iloor Kast of Jirfklif and Statlonl's WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Decorator., agent for Empire Wall Papers, from DC. a roll up. Host of work guaran- teed. ll.'Sidencer-First. house of Court House, on Bareness Road. ors. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OP LIQUORS CICiARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince your- self that I aui up-to-date. The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK i'o purchase, etc., lumber lands; :lL a greater than teb miles an'those persons who cncamiwl "in I'o do u srneker business. hour in cities, or miles in the the various sections of the city ev- Saw mills, etc. Tramways, and, railways. Telegraph and telephone.. conn-try; also providin. hering of same. powers, hydraulic (8) Water works, etc. CleneraS rate, electricity, c-r, i-tc. Carry on business of financ- for the num-lerythin-g possible is -being -clone. In U'Jolden Gate Park, where there arc approximately homeless Edmonton, April most people, relief stations have cs- jbrilliant of thu session took tablishod. The Spring -Valley Water -tonight respecting the bill in'! Company informs me That the Slis- incorporate the University, Ision -district will he supplied with ier.s. in Premier llutherford ami I Messrs. Boyle. Kobertson, Alooro, To carry on business of farm-i Stuart and Simmons took part. Tiio cattle breeders, etc. 1 Premier, in outlining the -bill, said (12) To carry on business of man- that he believed that the Domini jn MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF i Pine lager, Beer, Ale anJ Porter TtHE BEST IN THE WEST AIV orders sent to the Brewery will rpcoive prompt, attentiou- tA'acturers. water' this afternoon, tot ween 10 and 'million gallons daily -being avoiilablo. ilercc-d will Ije tak- en hy troops, aifd tha-t supply Government would 'give an ampic i The supply of in -the citv may charter ships, vessels, of land in lime so that il.c [last out p. week, and then unless ft IV do many .other things.. -belwving that all the work of'leg- CIGARS THREE FOR 25c JAP EL PRESIDENT LAPORTUNA PHAROAH SEE OUR FINE LINE (JF PUyinf Ciras, Dice, Poker Chips, Snuff, Fine Cut British Consul Smokini, Craven Mixture. Try f a Smoke of GALLAHER'S Mixture Tobacco. Wallace (gl Hoselton The legislators thai lonmincd w islatlifg for a province, rose up in revolt. in the discussion in corn- mittc-e wiiidi folloivc-il. an-d ot-hers made some pointed-state- burden of which was the ens.': i hat -was to L-e taken -by the province against grasping- monopol- ists. The bill will not be, reported. One of the most Important bills for sections of this country, and a Ir.rgc nunilxir of is that which has just ncen introduced which is known as "a'ri act'to make ix-gulaiidns wKh rcsfject to coalmin- es." by lion W. U. Cush- Tlie 'b-ill in addition to incorporat- ing in -rhe present, act, the better fea- :ures of -the old act, incorporates a ramiber bi very important aiaeiKi- rnehts. bill is ;a very -long vone, thirty pages; ;in Tact, draling with the en- tire question. In point-of order the', first" question taken up is regarding to education arrd limitation of miners. It is pro- vided that no boy between tha cA and sixteen who to read arrd write, shall be employed in a mine. This -is a and coupled with it is the old clause, prohibiting-any child age of twelve an-a any female "from work- ing in a mme. The regulations regarding ihafts are renovated and elaborated; In eveiy seam; two shafts with :apparatu's'for raising and low- ering persons at each shaft'. University could be started at an is receivc-d in largxi quantilies, the Mr. said t-Jiat city will be in5a state of want, anvl section of the place rolhipspd almost 'inside tf five, minutos. Then tho fii-e started and btirnC'cl Foiu-lii street from- one end Co the other, st-aHing nt 'each' and meeting the middle, thus sweeping over -the ruins and burning i lx> "1 saw two arms protruding from erne part of. the dc-hris; and waving fraivticaliy. 'J'hero wa.s so much noise. however, that' the screams couki he heard.. Jus-t then, as I looked, the flames swept over Uir-m, ami; cruelly finished. xvork hy tlie The sight s.c.k- I'noil me, ami '1 turned away." 1-o.s H. Ciould. pivsidcin of the Chicago the- atre company, of Chicago, was one of the three persons -to arrive on the first train from San Francisco, which reached ho re at 31 o'clock to- the Opposition was entirely in ;tc- cord with the-bill, and would assist. rich and poor alike w-ill be the sufferers.. To what extent -the out- in every possible way. Mr. Stuart supply -the needs is a made a very address. jtion that only actual trial will dem- Mr. Simmons, -for !onstrate. "If Vhc Loihbrirfgc, was introduced hy' Prern-! noted by Congress- other ier HuthrTford and J.' W. Wooli.rf [amounts subscribed is made .amnwxl- Cardston. jiatcly available, nixl can bo sent j here in the -form of provisions-, tho it line of-trial may be tided over ITOX. OLIVER. Tho Toronto says: Mr. Fost- er has '.'o und a: new tared in tho the changed order of alTairs t-nn ndjusx themselves.' Toronto. April was He has the habit calling a spade a spade, earthquake disaster in San Francis- hispo- no use for the away April Bank of prairies, and a study of his char-act- ft, eristics is a good illustration of. the aixi courage that lawl DRAYINC kinila of Braying and Teatn work done promptly. KTKAW SALE TOWN LOTS! llcsklonliul Lots in Blocks "0" und Apply to H. MACBETH Real.-Estate and Insurance. Mr. Gould says: "J was asleep c-n the seventh fioor of the Palace lloiel a-t the time of the lirst'shock. ;i was thrown out of bed and room, linmedia-tely real-: izing ihe 'Import'of''the .occurrence, J j of -stairs -the main corridor.0 'i! was t-ho first guesL to '-aj The hotel employees wore about! as if they mad. Within t'-o minutes after l appeai-ed, other' guests flocked into the corridors. most of them in. their iiight clothing! J 1 returned to my room and got my clothing and -then -to the j Western Union telegraph oflicc in mv pyjamas and bare, ft-et to telegraph my wife in Los Angeles. I found the1 telegraphers there, but nil the .wires! were -down. T sat tlown' on .the side-' .ami picked the broken gUiss out i solos of my feet and put "on] my clothes. This took about 20 Morris H end- ricKs Transfer Go. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY nil'St accompany orders ill! minutes Within that time -below tho Telpnhnno 77 Palace Hotel for three blocks u-a.s u door sontli of vation Army foutidations of- the- TMWOT Cnn-i the compet- ency .of pit'bosses and fire tho (Details' in new act CLEOD J S TICKLED. A. F. Cirariy was up from Macleod. yesterday looking after his interests j in the Pass. While here, Mr. Grady had the satisfaction of getting defi- nite assuriinct that the C. P. R. will build the proposed line into the Oakland, April is announc- that until .further notice letters (from San Francisco xvillbo sent i through five mails free of charge. m-nss of flames, which Tjuickly coni- i municated to ot-lver buiklings. Bil-' lows of fire seemed' to roll from tho business blocks ts.oi arc seemed to roll from tho ;iness blocks, soon -half consumed. Other blocks in the vicinity, only! 'climb and ioom I'he disaster at San "Francisco ro- aro more net. An entire sect-ion, all new, is do votc-cl to 'the wages to icod'c miners. Thv-y are not to be in the jkQOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson tt Maaufacuirers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Betail NELSON, B.C. Agt SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE HARNESS a public house, amount 'oi wages to any person employed in irnine depends on the amount of min- by them, such persona shall IKS pawl Recording to the weight Jor mineral got- !c-n by them, and such mineral shall truly weighed at a place as ___jihepk mouth as practicable. The employees who are paid by weight have the privilege of appoint- ing chock weighers. In respect to accidents, the old act is improved .in respect to notifying the inspector regarding the accklent. Good stock of Fa mi Har- ness on hand; a full liiie r> f Trunks and in stock. This tnarkct is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPtllNS, ft OP M. llond, ,1 tending' ivlph. Ofit., is dead. of e guarantee Good Quality and Good WorV s Homer Hutchison Heretofore a coroner in case [death might go in, examine the case go nliead. Xow, an inspector >ve notified boforo the ca.w pro- The mining district is to be divjd. jjc-d into Cro'iv's N'est, [jUanmorc ami Nftrthorn Alberta. Al- one Snsiwctor, Klijah Ilearh- jren-dy ;ro-le, has appointed for the district, arrJ will reside at At present, the Sup- Mr-rintoiKlcrrt., F. Ti. Smith, xvj'.l charge of -the other two, In the general riiles, nddttions are ono of which ,os follows; "Rule 7. Jn every working' ap- HOICE ANDIES pronching every place where is j likely an accumvilation rX ex- plosive gas. no lamp or light other ;ihnn a locked safety lamp shall be [allowed or used, an-d whenever safety :lamps nre requireil by this actor by jany specfrJ rules made in pursuance ;of this act a compel en t person who shall Appointed for purpose, shall examine every I safety lamp immcdHitoly it is T'Ow a mosi i taken into the workings for use, and ._ rwr town of Macleocl at once. Superin- tendent Krickson chanced to cotne through while Mr. Grady was here. and the Southern Pacific todn, thfj expendi'Hire of and an interview took place, in Mr.'Krickson assured Mac- mayor I hat the engineers roach Macleod immediately. and that t'he track will be lain in from the cast without any further Paper. AN -EDMONTOX'OPINION. W. C. Simmons, the Liberal candi- Ijet'hbridgc, won out after a hard three-corner..-d Tlxj Con- servative nominee was hopelessly- heaton, the Labor representa- tive, Mr. Sherman, polled a large vote. In the parts of riding oc- by the striking miners, >his majorities were largv. a con- test shows rapidly modern in- dustrial comJrt.ions are in west. Mr. Sherman's success will doubtless lead to Labor nominations at. other elections. ;a result greatly to ne-gri-i.ti-fl. A I.he popu- lation of which is divided for polit- ical purposes into employers and om- -is in an unfortunate proxtica- Such antagonism of classes can only work harm. The strike at man. president of, 'the L'lvion 1'acific, j o Company, the-Oregon Line i rVf on relief work ir Krancisco. for -tu-o -days van.1 Hie! burnt -district coverfrJ Over building Two hundrxxi peo- won: known to killed, but y persons ncvt-r ac- Sacramento. April statement, furnished to the As- sociated Tress by President Jordan, of Lclami Stanford .Jr.. IJnivcrsitv, was received last night: The eitrth- quakc did great damage to the of Stanford University. Only two lives were lost, one a stu- dent, namod J. A. Ilanna, of Brad- none seriously. The -buildings wreck- ed wore -the Meinorrnl' i-hurch, thft nevr library. lio gymnasium, the memorinl arch and the power house. Winnipeg, April Hnl- ler, University, in dis- cussing Tlio recent am! snid rendered homeless. One thiwl of t-lu: city's property wns destroytxl. Th loss was 1.90 million -dollars, out of ft total of 020 millions. The Boston fire.-in JS72 result-xl in a loss of I vest on, Texas, was visited -by n. flood on Soptfinber 8. "1900, and re- snltjxJ in the most terrible -disasterj history of North America. Within five hours, but chielly: between 7 J> p..m'., over G.OOO lives were los-t, T.OOf! huil-Minpfs wore rteslroyed, and r.he financiaJ loss .was The emptimi Mount I'elee in May. and August, 1902, cans-i ed'fearfullnsR life. On "Jfav 8 the town of St.. Fh--jTft was destroyoJ by Lcthbridge had novhinf lo rto i Valley and form, must always be demoralizing, on the Atlantic const about Chnrlcs- Ednsonton Satu'rdny News. as a billiard Manitoba, flat table, -is liable to no disconcerting .slips or cracks, and can be rc- :MINE v M1 to pjvc a steady. racans m- IN OPERATION,, in more than one sense, to j timorous mortals who desire a firm, worM. To the good Lurxibrcck is arated befor City Bakery Reid (BL Co. Read the j ascertain if it is secure ami secttrvly [locked, owl in any part of a mine .in t which safety Intnps am so required to usod, they steall not be used they have Iveen oxnmfncd an-J j found secure and securely and without., dim authority, bo unlocked in the sakl part of -a mine. A shall not, unless -he is ap- i: pomiotJ for the purpose, have in portsossion -any Wy or contrivance opening the lock of such safety .lamp, or asy hicifor or ap- nmning full blast. The company has most complete, plant, ami are out one humircvl tons of coal per day. The coal is siwxl nwl sep- now 'footing in is nuali-tv m" compiled, and the mine is j quali-ty w' constitutional stability, of shipped, three which, all C-anavliens hoast. Man it o- bans can add That of geoHxjical equipoise." Los Angeles, April Jose, va lives or co- Conser- wftkt up to the fact, that Central Boot Shoe Store W. T. IrKNSON, PROP. t.ho oKl battle cry, is plnywl out in s.hc province. It works all right! in Ontario, hundreds of miles away. but it won't go with the people j the provinces themselves. i CAt'GHT COLD WITIIJR HUXTTXG A nURGLATi. Mr Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, Provin- cial Constable at Chapleau, Ontario, nays: "J caught a severe cold while Barnes Co. REAL ESTATE and 3 .GENERAL AT.ENTS: ROM- .S Pest Office Box 3 has] 'A new iottk-r a prairie fiiv drnj-jnonr Maple It did consider- j able damage and he was fined ;