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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta v. NEW MINING LAW paralus of any kind for striking a tight, and in any initio in which more than forty mtfcty lamps are [ umimI �t anyjono time, 'there shall t>e ImilArtAnt MdftCIIItt llttl�a.!" l**on appointed whose duty it is iHipUrialll IflCaSUlC ininrto we that these lamps nre in good a j  i j� � A order, ami givbn out to the work* duced in Legislature h�n -- Upeclal rp-es vd\W)t mine* must fur* M6 flMMANC TAVFt HK WATto hv added -to or amended, or the department. a** ****** I KILLED AT FRISCO Wife of Editor of Frank Paper a Victim OF THE TERRIBLE 01$ASTIR  1 t We havo just received a large shipment of Lawn Hose. We can fill your requirements in Mechanic's Lien Act Causes Con* sWerable Discussion 4 I Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. Your lawn and trees need water, nml carry-itig water i* ti html and slow job. Lot ns book^vour ortlors, and you are sure of the Best Material and Prices. icK WaK The Leading Tinners, Vlumlwrs, Strain and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone I Hi. ftdmonlon, April tt> - C. A. MPP, has boon requested by the Calgary Uun Club to introduce a bill that will do away wUh the spring duck shooting. It is exacted Mint the close sea* son for ducks will l�c extended until April 15th, making it uniform with *he prairie chicken season. (\ A. Stuart, M.1M1.. Gleichen, has introduced a bill respecting wills, in which reference is made to -dowry. It is provided that in every case whore a utan das, that whomever his will may be, that one-third of his estate in excess nf incumberauces, shall g iti his wAe, a limitation being placiil iii twelve thousand dollars. * * ^ _ I * . ._ ___* A % _ * _ * _k. ...... ~ KUmonton, April 19.-The feature of the debate this afternoon was a ftgtit made by the members of the Opposition against the Government Jumrt.on 4H0 question of mechanic*' lien, which brought Into consideration the lat>or question. The question came up ovot the mechanics' liou bill. The Government took definite action towards granting ox ten nive eonakicratton to the labor men in preference to the man "who supplied material The Oovern-I ment maintained that the question was one of labor entirely, and was not framed for the consideration of the supplier ot material. For this reason, special conmderation wn given to laboring men in regard lo the time of establishing the lien and of establishing same. Tin? lender of the Opposition an I his follower, who arc both IuiiiUu--men, that -is to say, suppliers of ma* �terittl, objected on the ground thfct Canada Sends One Hundred Thousand to Sufferers hours later in an automobile, ami ] Aak your tielcot was one, of -the It vat t>n tho st>ot. 'Thoro I hol|>ed to carry out no eorps- � i*nt At noon, when I urriwd ivl Han !*lose, it, was VmlU'v^l tlml fully loo bodies were still in the ruins. "There is nH u brick or Mone building of two siorles or o\or in San dose today 'that -has not been levelled to the gronml or thut will not have lo be torn down. Some Ores stnrtod after the earthquake, but the tire department soon had them under control. "San dose is under mnrtinl law, and the city N thoroughly pntroUid by the miMtta. VIII ngont the for tieketa Wisconsin Central Ry- To Milwaukee, and Alt Chicaco, Points East and South Frank, Atta., April 21.-Mrs. Mark \ Oakland, April U>.-1\ A. Duffy, of Drumm. wife of the proprietor of j Owonsboru* Ky., who has Invn in ttm Vmnk Taper, was among those ; Santa ltosa since last Oetol.er, was who were killed -in Wan Francisco. , the only one out of several score to Mrs. Drumm has been in California (escape from the floor in which he for several weeks. Great Kails, Montana, April 20.~ Al a um\s4 meak-lan.000 NUlYcrers. -The $10,000 Ladies Tuilor �J. D. Uock-Andrew Tar-each to the ************ ******************** A. EASTON CO. MANUFA0TrRKUS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC a few - Government -wnn Arm in this its position towards the policy �-!! rwpeet, Mr. ?Clashing said that a gard.ng corporations. | supplier of material was competent Plus policy is one of greatest cau-j *o look after himself, white a lion ami strictest limitation. When! oHn* mtnn .l0 Tx hm lftbor* nnU a railway company applies f�t hant nctod largely on the ad-bas Immi maile, it is uiKleralood thnt vic� �f Xv. t'ushmu. *'ho atvplUnl  h.- Government s.vms to \v in mvor1 nMltor,rtl* nntl Wfts OM0 �' ,ho l*11^1 of iinposint; a deposit porat iotis. The question came up in connection with n piivnte bill known as the "\WMvrn t'onl nml Oil Consolidated " The applicants are dohn Itond* WnNhingum, A�;n*�l St.-The U. S. Government voted ^1 .ooo.ooo for the relief oi San Crancisco. Ottawa, April i!i-The Dominion lnl>- Government *do!inle\l HlOO.Ooo to Gte San Krancisco stifTereis. I upon such cor- omplojera of labor in i The labor contentio i rv, II. I-Yrgusnii. A. 10. Woods, G. , !v Macl>. It. I;. McKen/ie, of Van-j eon\ er, and W. S SvtA t. of Winni* the provfnee. ions were estnb-lished, the Opposition nieini!>ers alone opposing. The Calgary bill came up in committee today, and was only partly considered. 'I'ho commit lee objected to the clause allowing the city e*oun-cil to enact early closing without a |>e�jWon of twenty-five per cent, of trades alTectod; also clause prohibit- en lto�a. .Mr. PulTy says when tlie |shock came he nmhod for the wiair city j way, but the buiMittg \v�a swaying to]awl shaking so (hnt he could make no headway, and turned back. He thr�>w himself in front uf the dresser in bis room, trusting to that object j No.xt dooi to protect him from tins falling clc-1 Stafford's bris. The cr Hanuer. IVcorator, ngenf for lOmpire Wall Papers, from r�c, a i-i)M up. lies! nf work guaran- teed UcKldrncc- Virsl lnmn Aapturers ;Government would give an ainjric *ti;t> To chatter vhlps. vessels, etc/portion of land in time ko that tic (Mi To do manv other lhing�. I University could be started at un -II i early date. Mr. HolvriKon said stock of Fu nu Tfar- iledB on hund; line o t Tru Valises in stock bo aiu Wo guarantee Good Quality nd Good work- Homer & Hutchison B.C. MOUUK,local Agt PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE CHOICE ANDIES AKES EST READ DNS This ii)�rk�t is equipped to meet tlie popular demand of the the district. TrXKP MOfrllNS. # PBOP C i ty B akery Beta CD. Co. A" .1. X. honU, n lofttUng flH/oti of Mu^lph, Uni.. Jb Ut>ad. Ha&sX the UerulU AUt* �Hat uioitiitotl wns iih* work of lojp-iMlatiirg tor n province, rose up in rvvolt. nwl in th�� ahng with th� en- t-ire question In point of order the first question taken up i� regarding to education and limitation of miners. It is pro* vided tlrat no boy between the ages ct twelve and sixteen who is unable to read and writ.\ �hall be employed i in a mine. This Is a new clause and coupled with it is the old clause, prohibiting any child under the age of twelve and any female from working in a mine. The regulations regarding shafts are renovated and elaborated In every beam there must be two shafts with apparatus for raising and lowering laTKons at each shaft. Thr� Reri ion regarding the competency of utnnn-gers, pit 'bosses and fire horMti. tin* do tails in the new act are more explicit than in tlie old act. An enure section, all new, is de-von�;t to the payment Oi wages to miners Thry are not to he pari in n public house. When. tlio amount of wages paid to any person employed in a mine depends on the amount of mineral gotten hy them, such persons shall \m paid according to tho weight \ *>r iiwAsureiiv.nii of the mineral got-by them, and such mineral nhell \** truly weighed at a place as m�ar Uu'pit mouth uk practicahltv Th�� i'ii�plo>t*.k who arc* paid by weight havo the privilege of appoint* ing check weitfhors. In respect to accidents, tho old act in improved in respect to notifying the inbpector regarding the accident. iUeivtofore n coroner in case of death might go in. examine tho case awl k� ahead Vow, an inspector louvt U* noUAod Ijefore the ca^e pro- *e*Hls VUa miiiiiiK tlihliitt iH to l>e iltvid. id into thre�� districts-Crow's Nest, t'amnorv oini Northern Alberta. Al-rwly one iiih|xketor, Klijah Heath* rotef has Ihh'h Appointed for tho tirst-numt'd district, and will reside at IjiHhlu'idgv* At present, tlw Sup-i rintendoirt. I'. II. Smith, will take charge of tho other two. i In the general rules, additions are mad*. on�� of which reads �s followoj "Ruh* 7 In every working approaching every place where there Is likely \%\* an accumulation oinw*tl for the purpose, havo in his possession any key or contrivance lor opening the lock of such safety lamp. �r avy lucifer match or ap* tin* Opposition wns ontirvly in accord with 'the �billt ami would assist in every possible w�iy. Mr. Stuart made a very nolo address. Mr. Simmons, the new member fur Leshbririgo, was ir>trof t'hicago theatre company, of Chicago, was one of the three |��rsons to nrrUo on ! the first train from San I'Vancis^^, \ which n*aohod h.^re at II oVIork to- *T ltt'tiitlohtial Lots in ltlo�^s C" mm\ "Vr Apply to H. MACBETH llvnl Ks HON. KttANK OI.1VRU. sufferetH. To what vxtvivt the outside can simply the imhhIs is a i was"ihrown out of Ud and half wn\ .lion that only actual trial will detn-�ncrnKH th� rm>m Immediately .val on�troio. If ih*> St.noo.noo appro|>* t|u, ;,,,M>M iy( t|U. occurrenct\ J , ,r!fltt,fiilor 1 iatHy available, aul can ho w�nt ; WflS lnt% nrsl u,u,hl lo of.^ar. The here in the form of provisions, th**; hotel ie running al ,��H time of -trial may lw> tided over until  nH \i they were mad. Within t  o i'.he changed order of aftairs can re- minuU,s afu,r { U|l|H.ttri>;|( ,1nw , ' adjust thvm.*i*lvoH. guests flocked into the corridors. The luronto Olohc. says: Mr lorn- - imw8l of Uu,|u |n {U^V clothin or haa sound a new target in Ui�( Toronto. April SO.-\Vord was re- , x rt.lmn more wrath ho stirs l\> the better pleased he seems lit* is a typical pioneer from the prairies, and a study of his characteristics is a good illustration of the detcrimnat'ion and courage that laid, the foundations of then^wer Can-1 ada. Morris & tiend-ricHs Transfer Go. CONTRACTING DRAYING COAL DELIVERY Cash mind m*t*oinimity onion all (Commerce, which has an office in |�*lace ttotol for three blocks was u San IVatuisro. has donated fjft.000! or Unmes. which quickly com- to the relief fund for sunVrers from \municated to otl>or huihlings. mu tows of fire seemed* to roll from th�*( 'business I docks, soon half consumed. It is nnnounc-tio other bnwks in the \icinity. only ' notice Otters i to vx\u\h and loom again. will lie scni \ � �- Ph OH'co-First door soulli looKing nft�*r his interests in the I'ass While here, Mr. Grady had the satisfaction of getting definite assurance that the C. P. It- will build the proposed line into the r. ,4vrw town of Macleod at once. Superin-J ol,,ntt"A tendont Krickson chanced to come ' through while Mr. Urady was here, and an interview look place, in, which Mr. Krickson assure*! Mac-icod's mayor that the engineers woul.1 reach Macleod immiKliutely, and that the track wilt be lain in from the east without any further delay-Frank I*aper. -o...... earthquake Oakland. Apiil '�!��. the Oregou Hailrocul ^ Xavi^t ion the Oregon Short Line and the Southern I'acitV today authorized the expenditure of >2*Xk,ii(lO on relief work in Sun Francisco, of life 'Win 1HT1. irigfcis 2.IOO disasier at San Francisco ro- ; suntl.ir instances of compara* � rec'nl date, where gn^nt Ioh-i j and pro|s�iiy has occurred. j �iiit'U^o tire orcomnl t)ctolt�r It hurtM^d for 'two days and The burnt slistrict eoven*i acres. Over 17,-lflO buildiugii r 1 AN K DM ON TON OPINION. were consumed. Two hundre-d |ie*�* pie were known lo \a> killed, hut, there were many persons tu�ver ac*| counted for Chicago's populat ion I was then UsM.iiOO, and 70,000 were' rendered! homeless. One third of the Sacramento. April iit).- Tlw> fidlow- city's prupert> wns destroyed Th ing Htntemont furnished to tlw* As- [OHH waM }W million dollars, out .if I ;sociate�l Press by President Jordan* A mial of AS" millions. ,of Uland Stanford Jr.. Cnivarsity, | The lloston fire lu 1872 nsutuvl in jwas received last night: The mirth-; tl \(WH 0( $7r..ofMtf00o. ; Imiokij did great damage to th^ [ .Onlveston. Texas, was visitod by a |buihlings of Stanford University. | (\ttQ{\ on SoptemtH*r ft, awl re- ;0n)y two lives were lost, one a f*tu-; s,|t,S| jn the most terrible disaster dent, named J. A. Manna, of llrnd-. from puivlv natural eaunea in the Fa n r � ii r, W �.'. Simmons, the Liberal randi-Jiprd. date in 1 a*t>libridgw, won out after a.Str,',� hart three-cornered ftg*rt Tlie C*on-hvrvative nominee was hopelessly I lieaten. but fhe Lal>or representa* �ow library. the gymnasium, the live, Mr. Sherman, polled a largw menmrlal arch ami tlie power house, vote. In the (tarts of tho riding oc and a fireman, liana! history of North America. Within i I ! f! /"i n ft i I n n vMed. A �t�te, lh� popu- ls /j[f,|W,redica mont. Such untagonlsm of classes W�akes are also iuuki liable to con only work harm. The striko ntl**T !an(l �*>oP�* Letlybridge had nothing to do with provincial politic?. and ard. Tho Pacific | fiinH\ i loss were by the Are., on Feb. 7. 1JKU. The financial was $7t>.ooo,ooo. hut mi lives* lost. BRIGHT and SPARKLING Winos for tho elmloruto ikui-quidor ilio aimplH family repast can hi) ordond fixjm ua with tho coriaiiity that the i|tmlity will In* hi^li and tho prices moderate Our Foruigti ant) Ftoineatie W'inott nrti ^ithonks] from the boat Kroworn at lioine and a brt>ad. M. El. ROY * huli'Mile l*atrr la WINF-F. LIQUORS ana CIQA R& I.eihbrMEe, Aha. IiPNnilRP.CK.MINK IN OPKRATION. rr4u- tipple at Lundbrcck is now fully completed, and tho mine is running full blast. The company has now a most complete plant, and arc turning out ono hundred tons ot coal per -flay. Tho coal is sizod e>ing produced,, nut. (tea and lump, for w find a ready market for purpose*. The clas* of coal produced at Luntthreck is similar to that of Let abridge, and many claim it to lie of a superior quality.-Hlairmoro Times. occur 1 when the land slopes at an acute1 angle Into 'tlw ocean. Strains are set up in iho strata, r.Vis formed, ami volcanic* and earthquakes result. In America -tho earthquake areas are along H�e wvst coast, vnp a !portion of tho Mississippi Valley and on the AtlanMc coaht about Charleston. Manitoba, flat as a billiard {table, -is liable to no disconcerting slips or earth cracks, and can be relied un to give a steady means of support, in more than one sense, to timorous mortals who desire a firm looting in the worKl. To tho good constitutional stability, of Canadians hoaat, M-anito-add that of geological quality of which all Imns can equipoise. IVOKS'NT 00 UFTtF. (Cranhrook Herald.) Mr. Simmons was eleeHvl as Hie Li Ural candidate in H�� bye-election at liOthbrUlge. Another cano of co-ercton, or, rather, will Ihe Conservatives ever wake, up 'to Die fact that the okl battle cry ,is played out in iho new province. H works all right in Ontario, hundreds of miles away, hut it won't go with the people of tho new provinces -themselves. ----o--- CAI'CSHT COLD WlflLK 1IUNT1N0 A HURCLAIL Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HKNSON, PROP. Lothbriilgti, Altii. Barnes & Co. i REAL ESTATE ii ml GENERAL AGENTS Office-Second Floor Scgthara Bluk w, T�rea i Los Angeles. April 30.-"San Joae, , hunting u burglar which are which was tho prettiest little city in j8Wftinu last fall. H fhlch they ]California/* said William A. White, I borlain's Couffh lien domestic jsherih of thin county, this mornvbg ftmi �ftor using two If you want the Herald. results advertise in Mr Win. ThoH. Lanorgnn, Provincial CohKtaliie at Ohaploau, Ontario, nays: "J ralight a sovvro cold while hunting a burglar- in tho forest Hearing of Cham* Remedy, I tried it. small bottlos, 11 was completely cured." This remedy . _ is intended es|K�ciaUy for coughs and wreck I over saw. j colds. It will loor-on ami velleve a When I left there yesterday morn-jKeVoro cold In less time than by any ing At 9 o clock, If) dead bodies had Othor treatment, and is a favorite been recovered and there was a pos- wherever its 6u|iorlor excellence has nihility that others would bo found, pocome known. For salo by all drug* I reached St. Agnew asylum a few j-ists. Peat Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 as he stepped off the train at lUver istation, "is now the worst looking i The election uf .1. K. Hole in !b�-gina has l*een ju'otested. Tin* tali teen-year-old daughter of d. K. Mclnnis, of iho Ueginu Stand ard. died fmm diplulu'i'ia. A nctv settler starUHl a prairie Are near Maple Creek. Jt did considerable damage and he was fined fXOO. ;