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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta m- BIGGEST Snap of the Season 13 Lots on London Road Between Smith and Round Street, every lot high, dry and level, with water line in front of cvrcy lot. Lots in the immediate neighborhood are selling for twice this money, Just have a look at property, anyway. of tkt Strike TheC.B.Bowinon Lethbridge, Alberta. _ DRHYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done. call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage bnsinesB in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oats of the best grade for sale. delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. Western .imtafO Transfer Co, Ltd. south of Opera House. Phone 63. THUOUCtt TO CHICAGQ Annual Eastern Canadian EXCURjSlONS LOW KATES FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO 'ONTARIO AND QUEBEC Tickets on sale Nov. 24th, to 'Dec. 31st, inclusive. For particulars apply to H. MACBETH. Agent. Lethbridge. -v Money Your for tfco Spectdfttor to nuke a WDW socond h dm. We offer land in section lots for per acre down. in IOM than section lots an acre down. ma 141. Really Co. C. R. DAMEL, I J: (Continued from page hud it necessary for him to make a final Kdeeteien. John Mite-hell is president of the United Miiw Work ers of A Ulrica, and it is the mem- of the loon! unions of this or- at thy two potr.ts who .struck -work in the effort to force bettor terms from conslderc-d was -tha xiistress m. Sits- katchctt-un, and what would hurt- WANTED BY Canada West Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., Taber.Alta.. FIFTY MEN For outside and inside work. Steady empoyment. No trouble. been undesirable under ordinary c.r- jcumsUinces becaiiie entirely able in face of a widespmui t.-nl Those who criticize tho c adopted would, perhaps, have less inclined to do so had they tagc should affcot tlic situation less lor tho future. iUyiua Itself, -being a central or distributinif point, fcvls situation Jess than smaller or isolated places, yot there it is critical onough. .Even the MiuJfitor has had lor nveks, ho assurc-fi nut, order for half a ton of coal, there U no margin of fuel in aha.Pro- vincial capital. A second circular from tho depart- ment addressed tho throughout -tho provinw explains the situation at length, luivtra whvra v.-coci may obtained advantageous ly as especially in relation -to towns On the Friiiou Al- branch, and finally asks that the department be kept frequent ly ad- v.mni ot local conditions "in order tfcat K-O might iw the cotter able to co-oporato with you iu the wuy of On the whole it nnm -be adutftted that tho Suskatch- m Government has rison sjikmdid. to a treat alKl thy unceremonious visit of PrvnWr ScoU 10 John MStchell is but a further proof-of its utraightforu-ard, prac- tical course. THE As to the terms of tho settlomntt. I have Already indicuUxl their char- acter. The company concedes higher though refusing tha day irJninwiu. ajrf to go to arbitration any dispute or grievance on the part or tho men that cannot satisfactorily disposed of by the officials of the mine: in -the selection of arbitrations each side naiikes one. and these a third if necessary. and m the went of these two being un- able to on a third, the Chief Justice of Alberta, is to be called ju iict as umpire or to name a sub- stitute. The company .refuses to rec- A Thing of Beauty Nothing more beautiful in Glass and StcrHng Silver lias been shown here this season tban the "deposit-tare" we have just received, including various useful and very beautiful gifts. KEWARD. _ _ oay norse. branded VS (monograni) left B. HOW. SON, Medicine Hat. LABOR UNION LIAJLL. A few nights arc still open Jor the the use of Clubs. Lodges, etc.. in the neur Labor Union Hall, formerly known as tho Empire Club, -'parties desirous of renting above will ad- dress. It. j. UALDRY, Box Lethbridge. WANTED union by making an agree ment vyiiU it or by conceding the check-oil system, but nevertheless _ni2 moral recognition hv lvith in the opportunity of glancing through.] the Jfeputy Minister (the pile of correspondence rda'.Ingio 1'abor of j the coal famine' which is four-j the offlce of the Deputy Min'tstar o' JAgnculture of llegina. I spent at the Saskatchewan capital OB way back from Lethbridge. 'i'lie temperaturo had just dropped' Ihirty or-forty and it was ten degrees below zero. Ccmios o-l- from Medicine Hat we haJ into a blizzard. out of th danger'of people actually freezing, of course although such a thing- is not impossible if roH-ef docs not come, as that delicate or weakly persons pvill .suffer from the exposure to vvhich Jjc subjected. It will be a hand-to-mouth niatter all winter in any case; iVnd the distri but ion of coal will have to ho most carefully .Mr. Ketchum CO. smith coal. ALBERTA agreed that there would have a shortage; cver.: hail there bc'jn no strike, thfit there WAS txctiially a shortage last year, though not, of so serious a nature as the present C.T? and that the cfltestion oi an adevpiat provision of coal for a great popv- Jation growiivg so aniaJ-ingly not be n matter of SasVatchen-nn Government's -Activity ed, like most strikes, in mutual con cession ami compromise. Compulsory arbitration, nioreoj-ar. would allow jj. settlement- of Canadian VANCOUVER VICTORIA TickcLs on sate Dec. 14, 15, 1906, Jan. 7, nnd 9. good t.o return within three months. -MAXAGEIt AT KED DEER. Mr. W. .1. GaJIiford, local for the Bell Telephone Co., has been appointed manager of the Ked Deer exchange find his quarters there although h.3 will still have charge of the ex combe Glotw. B. C. ELECTION'S IX 1007. D. V. Jfott. the versatile editor of Ihe Fcrnie brightened Leth with presence JAM. week. Mott gtrts out hrigM. newsy paper. He was if he any idea when the B. C. elections wwild ITix reply was to the effect :hat hs thoityht everything pointed :o IVem.er McHridc to the cotmtry Canadian Pacific ANNUAL Co Thea Labor ill have points in the west, so that car shor- Forks. brook, ami EASTERN CANADA IJXCDRSIOHS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale dally, NOv. 24 to 31. inclusive, good to return within three months. Finest equipment, vnclnding stan-1- ard First-class Sleeping and- Tourist Cars on all through trains. Two Ttrowgft f Apply to C.r.FJy. j full information. :New Effects in Cut Glass Oiir recent importations in- elude nn nswortraeht of Ene- lish Rock quite different from that hcrc-to- fore shown. than r efftciin ven p It from Cnt w Rojc Bowls, Flower Cen- tres, Decanters and Jugs are moat prominent in the assort- nient, some of which come mpnnterl in sterling silver, others plain. W J. JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS ;