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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta m �jt Invictus Shoes for Men a* THE MINERS PRESENT THEIR CASE. Almost every man hat shoe Whinis of his own, Nothing irritates him more than being urged to buy a totally different kind of shoe from those he wants, simply because the shoe store in question don't carry his favorite kind. We can please nearly every man with shoes - not all, that would be impossible, but at least you will not be talked into bad, unsuitable shoes. To the Editor of the Herald: Deur Sir,-t wish you to publish jlhe following letters and communt  j callous Unit have t ft ken plnco between the a. It. * 1. Co. and their employees, with regard to the strike ' new on at Lethbridge, which has lien |on since Man* 8th, 1900, conducted by 1-oeal Union No. R74 U. M. W. of A. and officers ot District IS, I'. M. W. ot A. Local 574 was organised In February. The company at once und-r- Lethbridge, Attn., .luly at. Oi> To A. M. Nanton, Esq.,' Managing Dlrecto.'; And P. L. Nalsmlth, Esq., General Manager, A. It. * I. 'Jo., Lethbridge, Alt a. Gentlemen,-We, the undersigned committee acting on behalf of the workmen now mi strike. 1h?� to sul>-ttilt the following us n means of end ing the dispute now existing nt. your Sole ftf�nt for the Geo. A. SlaUr Invictut Sho* The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge took to dispose of their men on nc- company's mines, count of their Union proollvltb s. In- I- That a committee composed of tcrnational Hoard Member, Petor four arbitrators be appointed, two Patterson, who organized the Local, to be appointed by the Company called on Mr, Nalsmlth and asked and two to l>o appointed by the men him- not to discharge his men for now on strike, having Joined the union. Mr. Nnls- 2. The arbitrators so appointed to mlth said he would not, and also ut have full power to agree upon con-that meeting Mr. Nalsmlth gave Mr. dlllohs of labor, wages*, etc Patterson to understand that he would consider * proposition from the men on similar lines to what then existed in tho district between other coal companies and their men, and that he would place same before tho board of directors for their 10(1 by the arbitrators at their first An agreement was I meeting- fl. In case of their failure to agree upon any proposition, the question to be referred to an Independent chairman, whose decision shall be final. Independent chairman to be select- Stoves We handle the very bctt makes. Be sure and tee them before buying. consideration, formulated by Mr. Patterson, J. It. 8t 1�|J1�ia JO luopisejj-oDJA tt|Aluf) and a Committee of the men employed by the Company. This was presented by .1. R. Gal-vln and Mr. Patterson in person to Mr. Nalsmlth, he safd he would give them an answer, the next morning at teu o'clock.! That was on March I. Upon going for their answer at that lime these gentlemen were informed by Mr. Nalsmlth that they hm' made It so easy that ho would not present their proposition to the com pan)', but would bid them good day. Us was then asked if ho had any 1. ttoth parties to abide by chair man's decision. Respectfully submitted on behalf of the miners of Lsthhrldgc now on strike. Donald McNah, Patrick Pain, Win. Hnrvie, Matthew I Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. RANRAHAN maxvfactcreb ABk your ticket agent for tickets ^via the Wisconsin Central Ry. - - -To-- Milwaukee, Chicago, and All Points Ernst and South WANTED Organist and conductor, or both combined for Knox Church Choir-Applicants for cither position will state salary required, duties to begin Wednesday evening. August 8th-O. II. .TWINSTON. Se�*ion Cb*rk. John Itarvie, Esq., Mike Dalmutn, Esq., S. A. II. Crabb, Esq proposition to offer tho men, ho said Donald McNab, Esq., it he had he would give It to the Patrick CValn. Esc,., men and not to us,(P. Patterson and Wm. Harvie, Ksq., J.Rv Cabin). Mr. Patterson said Matthew Logan, Esq.. -Lethbridge. he was sorry, that wo were tho rci>- John Barrow, Esq.. Alta resentatives of his employees as it united body. Mr. NalsmlUi's answer to this was, "you say you arc, but I don't know." In order to give- Mr. Nalsmlth tho Information there was a meeting called on the 0th of March at which there wore over flvo hun -dred of the employees of tho Corn-pony present. They appointed n committee to wait on Mr. Nnhunith and Inform him that said Patterson and Oaivln were their tvoresvittnt ives. and wished him to deal with them. To this he said he would receive Messrs. Patterson and Clalvln with a committee of his employees and discuss tho matter. The committee with Messrs. Oal- An announcement of tho deepest I Interest to all lovers ot music is that of the engagement of Olivia | Dahl, "1110 new Jenny Llml" ns sh has been called, for a concert at Uthbrldgo on Thursday evening, the iO^h. of.. August. Miss Dahl is not alone the idol of iho Norwegian poo* pie; sho Is the most appreciated ol all the vocal artists of northern Europe, and tho fact that her name Is less familiar In America than the names of Melba, Nordlca, Sembrich, etc., Is in largo measure explained by the fact that the Scandinavian poo -pie havo had strong objection to losing their favorite singer even for the short period required for the Amer -lean tour. It was when the pro  meters of tho great Minneapolis snn-gerfest sought from Edvard Grieg, the foremost composer of the age, tho artiste whom in his opinion was most qualified to give vitality and color to his works, that they wer referred to Olivia Dahl, tho composer's pupil and protege, who was | eventually engaged as the star sol-) olst of the Inst Minneapolis festival, where sho won the hearts of 13,000 | listeners in a night. Miss Dahl came to America with this introduction from the world's greatest modern composer, "tho tooe poet of the North." "It gives me great pleasure to introduce my compatriot, Miss Olivia Dahl, to tho American people. She Is a most capable singer and possesses a beautiful and most sympath | etlc voice. She moves with surpassing ease in the domain of song lit erature. Interpreting with equal intelligence the varied sentiments of the art song and popular ballad. I feel confident that Miss Dahl with her attractive personality will win the sympathy and appreciation of music-loving circles in the fur West. INCORPORATED 1670 THE QUALITY urt QUESTION s IN GROCERIES "EDVATID GREIG. " Under all ordinary circumstances such an artist as Olivia Dahl could t only bo heard in the world's great i centres of population and of art. IA peculiar combination of clrcutn  Dear Sirs,-Your communication of {stances gives tho rare treat ot ShauM he considered first. Price is a consideration, a serious one too, hut should come second to quality. We pride ourselves on obtaining the heat, whether imported or Canadian goods. %* Just Arrived This Week w* ALEX CAIRN & SONS SCOTCH MARMALADE, GINGER GREEN FIG, APRICOT, PINEAPPLE, ALL 25c. ROBERTSON'S HOME MADE JAMS, lib. JARS, 25c. FRUIT SYRUPS - LEMON, ORANGE, PINEAPPLE CHERRY, 45c PER BOTTLE. H. B. CO. COFFEE, MOCHA AND JAVA. IN ONE AND TWO POUND TINS. TETTEYS FAMOUS TEAS. Yours for Quality the 21st Inst., addressed to Mr. Nan-ton and myself was duly received. When here last week Mr. Nanton, was. as you are aware,! approached by some of tho business men who arranged for a meeting with some of the old employees, ut which inter  view most of you were present. We thought that tho Company's position at that meeting was clearly Htalcd by tho Managing Director, however, us there appears to be some doubt in the minds of some of vin and Patterson again presented tnc old employees. I ant directed to their proposed agreement with scale My: of wages and conditions that they i. That If the old employees want were willing to work under. This ho worK frotn ,,_ ,h(.v n|tty return, as saitl ho would consider carefully and wo navft no feeling against any ol wished the committee to call again our 0],j mon next day. Tho committee called as 2. That If they do not want to requested and Mr. Naismith said af- work for us at the wages paid at the ter going over their proposuls in do- timo tney left us, wc are satisfied tall, thero were four articles in their nn,| wm contlnuo to give employ proposed agreement that must bo mont to others RANCH TO LEASE. 1 Sundial Williams ranch on the Little How for sale or to lease. Particulars at Bank of Commerce. WANTED. A caretaker for Westminster school at a salary of $-10.00 a month. Applications to he handed In to Uw I undersigned by letter, up to noon of 'the Uth of August. 1900. c. n. nowMAN. Secretary Treasurer Convenient trains. Pullman sleop. o ull right in I-on Angeles, but his services in tho Yukon did not meet with tho sympathy of the weather boss who held on* the rain clouds. on the 8th of March by Vlcc-Presi - cloarly set out the Company's posit dont Galvln, all employees being ion, I also wish to re|M*at what aas present, also President Sherman of frequently been said, that we are a District 18, who had on the 7th tried ways ready to meet our employe- s. to open negotiations with Mr. Nafs - for the purpose of considering any niith by lotter in which he failed \o matters affecting their welfare, receive an answer. The men then dt- ** cided to suspend operations nnil I,,or ">y. cracked lips, or rough bring out their tools until the Com- ��� Dr. Snoop's Green Salve pany was ready to treat with them It positively makes lips and skin like us a united body. They notified the velvet. Sold by J. D. Higlnbothnm that effect through * t-'o Company to President Sherman, from that time forward, the Company have watted an o|M�n war by first gelling thoir I property policed, second instuliim; | box cars for the purpose of housing men and trying to work their mines, but so far this has boon a failure The next overture was made by tho ministers of Lethbridge, as wishing to become mediators between the Company and the mon. This prop osition was accepted By President | Sherman In behalf of the im-n. and j MACLEOD. (From tbo Gatetto.) Mrs. T. A. Fowoll has returmd from Port Hope, where she has be in visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Powell was accompanied on her _ return by her sister, Miss Small, who is to toko a position in the office of Sheriff Campbell, as stenographer. Mr. Drown, tbo acting town clerk, informed tho Gazette today that Mr. When a woman suffers from oppressing weakness, she then keenly realises how helpless-how thoroughly worthless she is. Dr. Shoop has brought relief to thousands of such women. He reaches diseases peculiar to women in two, direct specific ways-a local treatment known by druggists everywhere ns Dr. Shoop'* Night Cure is applied locally, and at night. It works while you sleep. It reduces inflammation, it stops discharges, it heals, It soothes, It comforts, it cures. Sold by .1. D.. nig-inhothnin ft Co. SERVED THEM RIGHT. j (Saskatoon Phoenix.) Joseph Anderson, linotype operator who has lieen on Tho Phoenix staff tor about two weeks figured lit tho police court yesterday and today on a chargo of having unlawfully in-terferrcd with tho linotype machine in such n way ns to prevent its Icing o|tcratcd. Anderson had a dis -pute about wages with tho publisher of The Phoenix on Saturday itn-l proceeded the same evening to Ax tho machine. Monday morning he boast ed about it to the assistant operat or. When Mr. Aikin heard what was done he had Anderson placed under arrest. Tho trial was Jiefore Magi* trates A. Turner and .1. I*slie. At tho-suggestion ot the plaint tff's coun sel. Mr. D. T. Smith this morning Anderson was Instructed to go und put the machine In order whloli i,) did. Johnston, Dooley. DOAItf) OF TRADE. President-C. F. P. Cunybear*. Vice-President-E. V, Rylamls. Secretary-F. II. Ilarnos. Executive-Wm. Oliver, 0. G. Notirso, F. Sick, M. Freeman, Darfond, M. Young. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. It. N bunions, V. W. I was cured of painful Goitre by MINARD'S LINIMENT. 1IRYAN MrMULIJX. Chatham, Ont. I was cured of Inflammation by MINARD'S LINIMENT. MRS. W. W. .IOHNSON. Walsh. Ont. I was cured of Facial Nourulgia t-y MINARD'S LINIMENT. .1. H. HA1I.EV. Parksdale, Ont. Dominion Lands-.1. W. Martin. imnvurration.-CiiuH. Mair. travel!  ing immigration agent, A. E. Humph- _ ries. care-taker, immigration hall. Registrar ot Vital Statistics-C. U. Uowiuan. Superintendent of Mounted Police- J. O. Wilson. Postmaster-.!. 1). Higlnbotham. Collector of Customs-J. Kenny. Member of Alberta legislature- W. C. Simmons. Member of House of Commons- Jno. Herron. Pinoher Creek. CHURCHES. Anglican-Rev. J. S. Olivers, rector; Rev. Dnvfcl .Jones. Roman Catholic-Rev. Father Vau Tigheui. Presbyterian-Rev. A. M. Gord >a. Methodist-Dev. .1. E. Uugbsu'i. Ilrtptist-Rev. Chus. PadL-v. Salvation Army-Capi. Flaws. rejected by tho Coim�ny. Again the Ja|jUoso|l tJ|o we8ter, BU,,crinton mm wrote to Mr. K. T. Gait. Presl- ^ y( ^ v |{ ^ th( dent of lh� Company, and Mr. A.M. cunfuwnco wltu tho town councU thl ^ Dr. Snoop's lk-storativo (tablet or olkfuld form-) is a constitutional. + ,m,Useue,tonic, it brings ronew-vc4'rt�>i*g1*>. Iastit>� ambition ani .'vigor to weak, lifeless women, Sold #by J. D. roglwbotbam � Co. *. During the hot weather of tho summer months the first unnatural looseness of a child's bowels should have immediate attention, so as to check the disease before it becomes ser -Ioub. All that is necessary is a few closes of Chamberlain's. Colic, Cholera awl Diarrhoea Romedy followed by a doso of castor oil to cleanse tho system. Rev- M. O. Stockland. Pastor of tbo first M. K. Church. LHtle Falls, Minn., writes: "We have, used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years ami find it a very valuable remedy, especially for si mum r disorders in children." SoVd by all druggists. Nanton, Managing Director, laying tho matter clearly before them. To this the men received an answer, but In their answer the Company wished an abject surrender of the men without redress of grievances. The men woro afterwards approached by a committee of the trndesnum of tho town who askod them to see Mr. Nanton in person, was then in Lethbridge. The men did so, and after a conversation with that gentleman, which brought no results, tho men ihon proposed to Messrs. Naismith and Nanton to settle their grievance by arbitration. Relow is a copy of that proposal, along with the Company's answer to the same, H. A. n. CRARn. Financial Secretary, Local No. 374 U. M. W. of A. the tho other evening that tho frolght bus!-nusa on tho Crow's Nest branch for tho past year was &00 per cent more than during the first year after construction, and was exactly double what it was the year preceding the last year, and that many days dur -ing the present year upwards of five hundred cars of freight were pulled out of tho Mncluod station. Murried, by the Rev. A. Russell, at thu home of tho parents of the bride, south of Macluod, on Monday July 80, at noon. Miss Margaret, only du ugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hates, to Mr. Arthur E. Torrio, Principal of tho Macleod public schools. The bridesmaid was Miss Rcrtha MacLachlan. The groom was supported by Mr. W. Struthers. Mr and Mrs. Torrie loft on the afternoon train to spend tholr honeymoon at Banff PIN CHER CREEK. (From the Echo.) The public school will re-open on Monday, August 20th. A new teacher has been secured by the Roard In the person of Mr. D. M. Christie.of Disloy, Sask., who comes highly recommended. Ho holds a first-class certificate and has held the position of'mathematical master in Simple and Belleville High Schools. Several parties of surveyors are at wurk In this district. One, presmn  ably for the C.P.R., are. working on the South Fork, and a couple of others, presumably tor the Great N�r -thorn, are at work between here and Cards ton. No information can lie learned as to the objects of either parties. A wedding ceremony was perform -ed at the Baptist Church last nigbl which was attended by a largo gatti erlng, the church bolng crowded to the doors. The contracting part les woro the Rev. D. Mclntyre, the pastor of the church, and Miss McKerricher. tho eldest daughter a D. McKerricher. of Plncher Creek, h^oXmoToToToToToToTo^^ > LETHBRIDGE Thu Commercial Capital of Southern Alberta. Col. Baker a pioneer of tho Koot enays, and a former member of tho R- C legislature died In England. oiaoloTolo oioTcro^ UANKS. Montreal-R. F. sWs G. K. bank of Manager. Rank of Commerce- 0 Nour*e, Manager. Unlou Bank-O. U. McMicking, Manager. RAILWAYS. Lethbridge {� on the Crow's Nest line of the C. p. It., and is about to become a divisional point. It la the headquarters of the A. R. *> I. Railway, running south to Great Falls, Montana. !. J. Hill's new transcontinental road is almost sure to strike tbis point. Roads are also projected north .to Calgary and I*tu-brklgc in a very few years, Is likely 10 be a big railroad centra. FARMING. Population close upon 4,000 and increasing dally. Ike third largest town in Alberts. A coal mining, ranching and farming district. Incorporated as a city this year. CITY OFFICIALS. Msyor-vieo. Rogers. Sec.-Treos.-Ohas. R. Bowman* CUy Solicitor-0. F. P. Conytswrs, K. 0. City AudHor-Robt. Sage. Chief of Fire Department-AI, E. Humphries. Medical Health Officer-Hon* L. G, DoVobor. M.D. Chief of Police-H. M. Pany. Constables Sllliker and Jones. Aldermen-Wm. Oliver. V. W. Dooley, C. H. Harding, Dr. McClure. E. Adams, O. W. Robinson,, HOARD OF EDUCATION. Chairman-J. H. Fleetwood. Secretary-O. R. Bowman. Tiustees-Dr. Gatbraitn, G. H. Lethbridge Is the centra of the only irrigation district iu Oanada. Some oi the finest farms in the.west are to be seen near the town. At present the unirrigated lands in all directions nro being rapidly settled, and there is no doubt but that this town will soon be the centre of great agricultural wealth and population. LOCATION. lethbridge is the natural capital of Southern Alberta. It is the hub of a big district, and from goods ar� distributed south to -the boundary, east into Saskatchewan and west to British Columbia, and north almost as tar as Calgary. It is bound to become the leading wholesale centre in Albertu, south of Calgary. CLIMATE. Lt>thbrWge's climate Is very much like Colorado. We only have winter for a day or so, and the rest of the timo 'the sun shines and tiw air is balmy. Baseball was played here this year early i-n January. There is no finer climate in all Canada. CONVENIENCES. Waterworks system, electric light, sewerage system, telephone systesa. ;