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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta -\ r Christmas Presents Suitable for Ladies! r PRESS GRINDINOS 1 Ebony Mirror* Triplicate Mirror* Celluloid Mirror* Adjustable Mirror* Bra�� Mirror* Glove and Haedkercbief Set* in Leather Jewel Boxes Cut Flower Va*c* Ebony, Rosewood, Sui inn-nod dih\ i)li�i�wood Hair Brushes. A large variety of Fancy IVktigt's of Perfumery in cut-glass bottles, Manicure Set*, l>nro�liy Hags, Leather Hand Bugs in endless variety, fnsltioimhlo and up-to-date in every particular. Fancy Poxes of Fine Confectionery. J. 0. Hipbotbam � k Family and Dispensing Chemists TELEPHONE W. SIGHT HELL. DR. P. W.TULLER Flncher Crock Kcbo.-^The newt that tho str>ilto nt t ho Halt mines at LoihlirWIgc has come to nn end Is welcome, tho |>lty 1� that it had iot come sooner. For no other object apparently, than to satisfy the tnv billon o( the ambitious lal>or loader to nlcl 111 in In his attempt to cap  ture a mm In tho Alberta Legislature, wns tin' fftriko culled on; and aW though It. foiled in tins, yet if .v*s continued for many months uselessly and without reason. Th.i slflkjrs choso the wrong timo of year to strike, tho demand for coaI >�:w growing less and the* Company t ;,jk advantage of the cessation of wo k to put ItH mint1 and machinery la shape. No doubt, often and often t*t nven rogretlcd tho nlicing realised. In treeless Saskatchewan, la ftastero Alborla. the supply of coal, none too great at the liost of tlinen owing to the liiitnn  which tho dotrant in yearly incivnslng. g�ve out and great loss of |iri>|n>rty *� occurred. In fnct those who ong4n-eeivd tin I/nHbridge and otb'rslrikos have tu thuuk Providence that thy* haw not Iv.-i. the m-mis wliemhy iiminy IIV"S wore lost. In Hom-pUim* when coal was exhausted, grain, hay and Mirnw wore used mid many farmers were ivducevl to the necessity ot tearing the lumber oil parts of their bonnes after l!>� had burnt the out build it:;* in order to keep themselves and families from starving t� death ",s' in th; cold simp at the middle o! Inst month. The local Oovernnwr.'t-t in vain, at first, WKtaavnivd tnt Owivr^hip >is I,�.!-> I ! itpon'by sonio ns u mania, n ('top- thus prolong tho confllot. 'Mr. Kln^ draftod virtually the sauie terms ina form that he thought the men would aeeept, and hin expoetatlotiH word ful-iUUhI. In fiolnit to Indianapol.H 1 o treat with the bUBtooHs rnanuKcru of the union he showed good Judioiwr.t,, a Judnmy Americans. Home are taanagt*! b> Aiiierlcans. and so are Mine ot oui' unions, tloth mine owners and workers prefer to choose whom tiiey please to inon*f(e their uf-falt'm and negotiations. if eiUnv make mitttakes thev will sutTer, mj others will suffer Incldenta'lv flut wliatovvr opinion may be held as to I^STORIES Crave and Cay ^_______t Theodore Louis, a quaint old German farmer of Wisconsin, is regards ed as one of the bewt authot'it'ioft '.n swlue raising. The Western I)a.ry -man's Association brought him to Woodstock a few years ago to give pointers to Ontario farmers. Among other thinfff he advocated feeding meal in a dry state to hogs, as In that vny it Would be moro thorough )y nia�Mented. A fanner present j raised the objection that it would lake a pig too long to eat its iium) In that way. Tho old Oefman buain-U�o wisdom of the' mon or of "ihinlnoj�� upon tho dliiiidont. and triumph-owners' trusting their business aflaira �nt,.v �skcd; ' M,n0 MT[> v'� >'ou to Amarloab managers, there can t-#! Please tell me vot dot hcg'si tinw vas no doubt as to the wisdom oc clinched at om.o for a short delay may lead to un unfortunate reconsideration or trangement. If Mr. King luid Htood on the dignity of hi� ofllc* iivstcad of hurrying through tho business on haixl he Would have proved tatnself untVt for Uve position. Mis course was not lacking In courage, for thei.� are no otlWial duties more carefullj looke^l after by.the alert fault-finder than those of the Labor Department. Tha Oovcrnmcnt' mov^l in tho Just ns soon as it wus taken i.p by Pnnnlor Scolt. l'lxjinnturv action on the stivngth oi irresponsible protests might have lessened thv chnncta of reacJting an agreement. 'Hie sot  ! ret of success is In choo^ug ; right moment and in acting with -mi-flriimess and discre.'.oii. To ln> sure, he did not n?ed to scv> J dent Mitchell, "hut he was ready to confer with him 'hud it b?cn nucos  sary.- Mr. King has every reason to fool proud of his success. Fernlo Ledger:-While a chnup anil turbulent press is proclaiming  u-tory over these men by corporations whose directors boast that corpor -ntions have no soals, tho premier ol a province, by his despatch. o|>�iily | proclaims to the world that thjw An Irishman l�nnod over the counter in a Jewclery store and said to the clerk, "Olve me one of your best weddingrlngs." " Eighteen karats?" he was askei. "No, atln' onions; but is It any oi your infernal business?" Kootenay Steel Ranjie grates are mad M extra heavy4m. stray| Kootenay R a fife London* Toronto*Montreal Winnipeg ^Vancouvtr^ShJohn HMj BROD1E & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS Congressman W. Uourko Cockran was narrating in Sun ^Prancisco his experience In the far east. "But we made the best of it, ' he swid of a sample mishap. "We wore like the Oloversville widow. "This woman's husbnnd, a glovo finisher, died, and so inconsolalile was tlw poor lady that sha spent $:t,riOO on a granite shaft, inscribing on the base thereof: ] " 'My grief Is so grca"t that 1 can-jnot bear It.' "Ilpfom a yonr. had passed, how-:ever, her grief had sufficiently fadod { I to allow her to marry a yountgig^love 'stitcher. I "Mho sent a stonecutter to .he . renn'tery a fevv days liefore the wed-  ding nnd caused him to add to tho inscription on the shaft the single word- " 'Alone.' "-New York Tribtin�. Pj-v |.oj''.o.o.o.o.o.o/'':rug Store I'hotio Ulllce ISA. Ilouw 04. Otlke hours-W to 11 . 1.30 to 1 30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. I ian ilrenm imivussible of achievement j libit could them �� nny siroii^.-r thp '""^i-argument in favor of ,t than what! A" organisation olbcer.^ ' has Just occurrvil in this imit-ii-r of the coal shoi'tag.-'.' 11 has cme U> ! this, thut it is time that every rln-:i ! of the (K-ople s-hull reeopnuie that it Mothor. if 1 should iKe. would I mi to heaven"'" 'Yes, dear. I think so." "If you should dh-. would you no 1 to heaven?" "Why. my dear." I hope so." "Well. I hope so. too It would be nwful for mo up tilery to lie pointed i out ns the little girl whose mother wasln hell." :KOOTENAY j MARBLE 5 WORKS Shuckleton Simpson St Co* Z Manufacturers of Mublc and tl :inite MONUMENTS Wholesale ami Hctail [has *> tiniAte tn the eyps ,>f the law. �l invikos no diflcrence that y tak nn the power to strike out of thd hands of the working man the Clovemment by men who can mei�t and overcome such circumstances as have thc*c men, n>vd not P.'ar the r future as an organisation. Trickery, double dealing ajid bad faith may viSn a few skirmishes but ut the exiK'iiso of public good will, j and these cheap triumphs w'.ll bt sliort lived. The Crow's Nest and the Leth> brblge strikes have brought to light many things with which people vvero unacquainted, 'but which will be much better understood hireafter. The Line of Life mIiows clear and strong on the hand of a drinker of Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Co. beer, 'cause there's health in every glass. Satisfactory reasons are to be fonnd in the purity of its ingredients, its manufacture, its haudlinK through all the necessary processes. Drink Lethbridgo Brew, iug & Malting Co.'s beer. Lethbridge Brewing it Malting Company, Ltd. MH. I1YMANS HEALTH Ottawa, l\>c. :t.-According to uthoritive information received here Hon. C. S. Hyman l� a very sick mar.. His weight has dropped from 210 to 158 pounds, and a socialist a ho was consulted declared tluit tho Minister's completo recovery depended upon imnu'diate and absolute rest j So shattered nre Mr. Hyman'a i.or-ves that he cannot oven lift a glass of water to his lips. All business matters are withheld from him, and TRY WM. OLIVER ---FOR- ^ Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Drs. Mcwburn & Galbraith PhyilciMi S�ita�oni, AcceuctMft Oflico-ltedpatlt St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before 0 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-to 8.80 p. m. Telephones 11 and 53. F. II. MRWBUKN W. S. U ALHKAITft j M. D. C. M. M. I>. 0. M. may ho interfering with that per- sonul liberty of the individual wl.ien \ The exact terms of tho seMlenvnt lie is not allowed to receive any let. is th.- proudest of a British subject; '.�-i the fact, but we must Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicinns und Surgeons Offices- Ott block. 'Phone 11?,. NELSON, B.C.:  j  B.C. MOORE,Local Agt  DR. B. JACKSON DKNTIST Graduate Northwestern L'niversity Denial School, Chicago. Offieo-Ott Block. George R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices I)i s. McClure it Stewart KURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. -YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BnyiagElsewhere consider the greutest good for the greatest number, and unless the m;�lon (Sovernnient brings into envoi a lav for compulsory arbitration of alKir matters, it will theti �v well for it to seriously consider the in-proprbition and nitration of coal mines by the people for th.- p.�ople. Toronto Ololie:-Tho people of thr | West, threatened with terrible hard-ihhipM through a luck of root, and more concern^! than the union on I tho one hand or the nviiv owners ,,n | the other, are thankful to Mr. W. I. | Mackenzie King, Deputy Minister ot | Liitwr, for having adopt.-d the o-'hi | available nu-nni for bringing tin-strike to a speedy sett lenient. Th'� case showed the power of wis.^  ,-ation. The mini' owiits issiuxt an ultimatum couched as yot known, but that the men hav�> j among Mr. Hyman's friends tho ut  come out of it .n Iwtlor shape, and'most concern, but th�y are hopeful with much is-tter credit than hastnojthat the treatment proser.bwl .vill. company opposed to thorn is made j result in an early improvement terttiin by Crenner Scott's telegram Do not send nil your nione. Help to build up Lothbridgu nn^>4i^�>*'*-�"�a��aea#ta you oil. | Hut I can't help liking this tellow. ne.ther is he mishv* the W. C SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, -  SOUTHARD BLOCK' W. SHAW. Fainter A Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co.,'Ho isn't a union-man; n�v .Agent lor S. P. Nelson & Co.'s a strike-brt�akor; but he tu ! Wiudowphauie, the modern trans-!note of comedy in this trag.�ij j lucent glass decoration. j What tickles me is that tw> is I Leave orders at Lethbridge Hotel, delightfully ignorant oi tho Uv ;........______......,.........-----[ the centiv of tho thing. Ml II i Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property B. C. MOORE Funeral Direct r and Embalmer ! Office-Next to t'res) yterlan Church. | tXtlce IHtono 1�>2 Jlesidcnce 1U0 J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND  ALBERTA I ___i F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer' ' Lethbridge. Lodge K o. 9. I.0.^D^0.F. Men* In Oddfellow*' Hill everv Krldat I �t��io� at �.SWo'clock. VUIIIpe Wetorrii arc j Uv.'atk welcome. I K. J. Fraser, C V. Bennett vo. Ucc. S�c A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will dovote his entire time during the summer to laying out new towusites. Contract pi Ices on application. Office at the Coaldule Hotel. Lethbridge. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA! WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 Heel* In PdilfellowH' Hall e cr� neeoud aud fourtb Tbursdajr. Vlnluira alwari welcorot-. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies �. u. fi�c Sec. BE SURE YOUR NORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistrv, .Veterinary and Surgical Work, coll ou .. Dr. F. W. J. Jolwslon, LcthfcrMIe Graduate nf Toronto Veterinary Col. Orders left at aii�inbcth�m:� Stole. If you hapivn to lie a drinking ! man-winch Cod forbid!-you � ill, find him kx�-ping tlie bar from full  ing over, awl tolling a charmed and ' interested au freight cars of a-II classes, and fifty-nine passeiijiir. sleeping, dining and parlor cars, la addition to this, they are now negotiating for 2.1 more freight cars, at an estimated cost of the now equipment up to >4.Ra!i,000. all for i007 d.-livery. llhodes-Curry Company o�" Ltmherst. N.S.. have the contract for '1,500, cars and twenty-two passenger nnd taggage curs. Thj hnlnncv*  is in the hands of the Crosseu Cur Company of Cobourg, Ont.. an^t the |(.'unam*>J cent rate LCOVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. nrinr nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnpr n;-;."ir-,r"- Court Star of LelhbrWic No. 8095 A. O. I\ MrrlH \rl anil 3rd Monday* lu rucli �m�nit> at a p. at., lu OrtilfDIowa Ha<), , BO'ind 81. Vlalllng tirctti-f| ten cordially w. lcoinf. 1.1, PROCTOR, C. R. A. M. RITCHIE, SEC 11KKTS WASTED ; I'ilos gtrt