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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta wmmmm 10 f 5. r. I. An Acceptable Christmas Gift WOULD BE We have entered into the Picture Framingr Business. We carry the most modem mouldings. We can make any picture look swell. We guarantee good workmanship. Next door to Knox Church. Telephone 102. Orders promptly filled and delivered. Call and see our frames. Leave your orders. 11 41-F ^ 4"''- a DIKMOND CITY TOWN SITB BosincM and Residential Lots are now on sale. Easy tenns. One third, cash ; one third, one year ; one third, two years. Interest at 7%. San Jnan Mining and Manufacturing ompany, Lindted Graphite, Tripoli, Copper, Gold and Slate. Head Office, Victoria, B. C. Capital, $1.0(]0.0C0. Shares II each, Selling Price 25 cents. ' Mt. BicklerMine, in the same neighborhood, opened five years ago at 6 cents per share, present price $17 ; and Richard 3rd, also in the same locality, opened 1) years ago at b cents, price to-day 75o. These Mines are admitted!} not as rich as the Ban Juan properties. The Pioneer Live Stock indeiniuty Co. Insares cattle, cows, farm and work horses and pedigreed cattle and horses of all kinds against death from disease, fire, lightning, Mcident and every other casualty. Rates from 6%. Fall parttcatars on application. � T. E. PATTESON AGENT LBTHMUDCB. ALBERTA. '^r^iXfMpM^ 'Advts. Bring,Results. PRESS GRINDINGS Farmera Advocate: The riiortage of fuel, due to strikes at the minas and other causes is something that the Federal governmant migltt' well look into, and ia aovaaihing theGrain Growers might devo'to a iittje more attention to, especially in fereiting out how the transportation com -panies are r�8pon�ible for the shortage. One feature hitherto overlooked is that one of tberailroad companies on-ns coal mines and can practically force the coal roiailer to taki) part of his coal from them, or else wait their convonienoo before getting coal from competing (!anocs ex-. cept in SQjfar as thay direct ihe gen-' oa-! ment with the employers. We ho.vo. however, no, evidence that tha trou -blc was fniKCttted by any intcnwt^ ional ofHoer, although it seems to be �th? fact that most of the union officers at the Crow's Nest mines have come from the United States. Wo. '.n Ontario, know little or nothing of tha cause which led to the strike at Lietbbridgic. As for Haniiiltoa it is ' dimcult to /see how any American in-I terest. or corporation could ' beno4t by an mttack upon the street rail -way. There may be inconveniences nnd diutgera in the International or-ganizatfon of Labor. Bui wo also have international organization of employers, and the one is surely tis legitimate as the oihcr. It is m-liossible to say what tha future may develop, but, as yet, yio doubt if the intcmntional Labor leaders here ev-�r contemplate any attack upon tbo industries of this country. .Mrikc Settled Sunday. (Continued from page 8 ) the Lotbbridge mine will do Its utmost to relieve the fuel shortage in the west. SCHEDULE OF WAGES, IN PAItLIAMENT. R. L, ilorden tin tJte House of Commons en