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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta AsVe***#e^.*^ Eehoea of the Strike. BIGGEST Snap of the Season 1 13 Lots on London Road Between Smith and Round Street, every lot high, dry and level* with water line in front of evrey lot. $1,500.00 I Lots in the immediate neighborhood are twice this money. Just have a look at this property, anyway. for  The C.B.Bowman Agency Lethbridge, Alberta. DRKYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, rail on us. m We have tho largest and best equipped cartage business in tho city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. Western Hm\m e & Transfer Co., Ltd. WANTED - BY THE- Canada Wc at Coal and Coke Co.. Ltd. i Taber, Alt*.. FIFTY MEN For outtidc and inside work, i Office-Pint door south of Ojxjra House. Phone C3. Steady empoyment. No trouble. taa.oo beward iAJfi3mffk^*Sori), branded V8 (monogram) loft hip.-J. E. HOW  SON, Medicine Hat. NEW SERVICE THR0UCH TO CHICAGO la uon i:n'ion hall. a few nights are still open Jor the the uso of Clubs. Lodges, etc.. in the now Labor Union Hall, formurly known as tho Empire Club. Parties desirous of renting above will address. �. .J. IIALDflY, Dox JMJ. Lothbrldge. WANTED (Continued from page '>.) | hud It been noecssary for him to imake a final vdecl�len. John Mitchell' ; is president, of the t'nlted Mino Work 'era of America, and it in tho mem-Iws of the local itn'oTis of this or-go n I rat ton at the two points nanvxl who struck work In the effort to force loiter terms from tho mining | companies. A prime point in each ci\so in the demands of tho mcr.-tho only demand practically In the case of Ferule- was th.- condition of a clotted shop, and 'it Is noteworthy that In each case Mr. Mitchell has been amenable to reason on this point, and tha strike has been ended without forcing this violation of Justice, on tho employers. It doesnot perhaps make jt nny the more satisfactory that Canadian labor trou -bios should be settled in the Unitodi States, and the mutter is ono thai seems to conic well v-ithfn tho scope of legislation. A ponsatlonal seizure of tho mines under government pane-Hon nnd attempt to work them by fanners under the protection of the rules ot tho Mounted Police, v.\th possibly scones of bloodshed, iitt.1 un (i 1 most rertnir.' failure to increase the ; output in time to alleviate the present distress is th-- only alternative to tho more prosaic method that has been adopted and has resulted sue  ^-esafully. Hut now that Mr. MM  chcll has Intervened, even though It ha� tteen to act with moderation and Judgment, H may tw desirable to consider whether It would not bcueU to pwent the possibility of the recurrence of tho situation. In tho case 1n point, howevr, tV> one outntandrng fact that hod to N* considered was tht> All*trens ir� Sua -katchewan, and what would h;t�e been undesirable under ordinary i.r-cumstanecs becanio entirely tvason-atil T^jj^'ty-'seaixu. rtuw" unal'tK... 'uJC'.'.V." slowed up wo caught sight of a sect ton man or some other railway hand with heavy icicles on his bean! hood.nl head, thickly gloved hands, and Mjj sliapgy coat, looking ' �r all the wovld like n grizzly bear as ho moved clumsily about in th* foot-deep snow It matii* or.e shiver to think of a coul famine under *>ulha province explains the situation at loitgth, advises alter wood may bv obtained advantageous ly iu> a substitute-this especially in relation to towns on the Priiteu Albert branch, and Anally asks that tho department bo kept frequently ad v.sed of local conditions "in order that wo might l>o the trttor ablo to co-oporato with yoti In tho wtiy of securing supplies."" On tho whole, it must ndKl ly to a great, emerger.c.y, and the unceremonious visit of Premier Scott to .lohn Mitchell is but a further proof of its straightforward, prac tical course. A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever! First class general agent for the Lethbridge district for ono of Canada*.-" loading Lii'o Insurance Com -panlea, only thoso who can produco i vomnvonct.d. good business need apply. Personal | application dwirwl. Apply stating V^^rt ,>eo|ile actually Creeling of required agalr.st the bent1 IDE SETTLEMENT. w\s to the terms of tho settlement I hnvo already indicated their char actor. Tho company concedes higher wages, though refusing tho I \w day minimum, and allows to go to arbitration any dispute or grievance on tho part of tno men that cannot lw satisfactorily disposed of by the j oUkials of tho mine: in the wlectlon ot arbitrations each side names one, and those a third if necessary, and in tho event of tbosu two being unable to agree on a third, the Chief Justice of Alberta, l� to be called in nly left no stone unturned that wou*d assist in procuring an alleviation of tho fuel famine. Mr. Ket  chum showed mo a circular that had been sent out to the vurlous coal mines within reach of Saskatchewan asking what is tho prcBent output, how it might be Increased, whether further la'or is nodded, and to what extent. If any. each of these minoa could assist the present 'streas ir. tho Province. The answers were not very ' encouraging, though there were several lilac?* that stated tho output could lie Increased were more 'cars procurable. On this poii.t H may ho said that tho CPU. has lent its powerful aid to tho Government. Tho railway is drawing extensively for-Its own supply of bituminous coal at Fort William, supplying it to agents at net cost, phi" transportation char gen, and practically placing St at the disposal of the Saskatchewan Gov -ernment, which keeps careful watch on places in most urgent need. Agents are restricted from adding mure than SO coner ton tor handling ^n this way and by preventing ��>' undue ncrumnlnllon of coal at any ono point the Government wuh en -doavor:nj{ to avert calamity. The C. P.n. authorities havo also given a general order to "tush" coal at all points In the went, no that car shor- To havo beautiful, perfect pink, vclvet-liko lips, apply at bedtime a light coating of Ur. Snoop's Green Salve. Then, next mo rains, notice carulully tho effect. Dry. cracked, or colorless Itpa mean feverlshaem. and sro aa> well ill appourtng. Dr. Snoops Oreen Salve ui a "oft, creamy, haul -ing ointment, that wilt quickly correct any akin blemish or ailment. Get a froo trial box at our store and l�o convinced. Large, Uiasn .lars 35 cants. J. X). Illgii.bothnm fc> Co T. E. Patteson OTT liLOCK Real Estate. Insurance and Comsaiation Agent Fire. Life, Accident and If nil Insurance in tin* best couipiinies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. I'OULTItY FANCIERS MEET. Tho Poultry Association held its annual meeting on Thursday night last. It was decided to hokl a poultry show during tho winter at the soino time an tho seed (air. Tho following officers were elected: Hon. Pres.-P. L. Naismith. Pres.-J. K. Clark. Vlco Pivs.-John C. Livingston. Sec.-Treas.-A. F.. Humphries. Sunt.-.1. W. Uawden. Kxecutlvo:-S. Jones. J. S. Philips E. J. Cook. V. J. Whitney,, J. Short-houso, J. Graham, J. A. Iteid. Geo. Moore, J. McTaggnrt, Hugh Scott, Ed. Dixon. MAXAGEK AT IIEO DEEH. Mr. w. J. Galliford, local manager for the Dell Telephone Co., oaa been appointed manager of tho lied Door exchange and w.ll make his head  quarters there although ho wilt Htlll have charge of the Lacombu ex -change.-1-acombe Globe. -O- �. C. ELECTIONS IS 1007. D. V. Mott. tho versatile editor of (he Fomie ledger, brightened Leth  hridge with his presence last week. Mott gets out a bright, newsy paper, tie was asked if ho had any idea when the It. C. elections would take place. His reply was to the effort that ha thought everything pointed to Prem.er McHride going to the country next summer, fie says the now Labor party wilt havo candidates in tho flMd in Fernie, Cran-brook. Kelson, Greenwood and Grand Forks. Ask your ticket agent for ticketa via tho Wisconsin Centra] Ry. -To- Milwaukee. Chicago, aad All Poiata East aae* South Convenient trains, Pullman sleepers, Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J. Bergomann, travelling agent, 371 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jus. C, Poud, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA 'ft: EXCURSIONS LOW BOUND TRIP RATES TO ONTA1IO. QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale dally, Nov. 24 to Dm. 81, inclusive good to return within three months. Finest equipment, .ncluding standard First-class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all through trains. Two Through Express f rains. Apply to nearest C.P.Ry. agent for full information. Canadian Pacific WESTERN EXCURSIONS SINGLE FARE Plus $2 for the Round Trie -TO- VANCOUVER -AND- VICTORIA Tickets on salo Doc. 1. 3. 4, ia, M, 15. 1000, Jan. 7. 8, and 0, 1907 good to return within three months. New Effects in Cut Glass Our recent importations in* elude an assortment of English Rook Crystal, quite different from that heretofore shown. Tbc Crotil Itself la bcarlrr ni Ibe cutvn er; t,f d�-Uu, furtt* bejuij raitatr tb*o billlUncr. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and Jugs are most prominent in the assort* ; ment, some of which come , mounted in sterling silver, 1 others plain. W J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS ^^ee#ee% ;