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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHilUOdI, ALfctJITA. TM U HIO A Y, S B ft U V 11, Ittl DOT Ntt UI Feb. Coiumon-s diicuuion of ihe government Amouj i before the were the pol- icy association, Ufe Coiupauto carrying on uitder provincial charter, Lite cojaipajiiei, Outirio local fire, in- Burance association, life un- derwriters' association, 'accident coin- paniei and land coinpanes. It wan decided to have evidence presented to tlte comittec and mut- ier printed for distribution from day A J J V in day. D. K. Campbell, on behalf of the fire 'ioMuraiufe "asked for the insertion of a clause in insurance act to forbid under xevere penalties. They thought that 15'per cent.-lair premium were willing 1 it ahould be adopted all along the rKrie. There were 2082 agents in this iu'Canada and everyone of them'supported the insertion of .a to this 'effect. Mr. Campbell also endorsed' the 'projwsal in the bill to cut-out foreign insurance other than companies holding Canadian li- of labor of at length on the relation of the the bill effects in regard to ilw inio ere, the employers and the The bill for a working day of eight hours from to bank.- From the health ot view the imiiuiLcr there no to. argue the Men do iot, the speaker, want shorter to damage but to cultivate ainen of borne life, and improve thcm- Jtc-lvaa mentally. II bad geftted that shorter hours'could be obtaiuai by roluntary action of the employers or by. effort a oi un iocs. They may reject voluntary eoncaasioiUL' Utopian, said ilr Gushing, white on'thj other hand the efforts of Mho- trades" unions proved .With regard' employ operators had c tainted that nhoY cr hours would reduce output ten pe 'cent. Experience does not nhowt thi, to be the -The minister intttancea to prove tins. In the dint trict of KcYth Wales during 1906 censes but, thought Hhottld be an amendment so as to' allow agenU there had a decrease, 'yet the iMiiiltlliliiiiiiitlitiHlMlllillitiitil who enough in Canada to go 'outside "the output had fif en by over one millioi tons. Ifr. Cu.shinff s'ibmilted figures to show that the output for the year 1905 in Alberta mines ,was over 200 per cent, more1 than 1POI. 'And pro- duction in was over 70 per cent, more than in 1905.' Regarding the consumer, had been usual., Furtln-r lie believed the new settlers had beoi expecting to share iu the and the disap- pointment at thi; lat" date would k> serious. W. A. Gallighcr, Kootcnay, fear- ed 'the inclusion of new settlers would, unless there wag a further vote of monr-y, lessen ,the share of LowlOfi, TV ro.it admir atUm lu Itorim by traiu 'of KngUhh women painted by Reynolds, Racburn, now on exhibition- in the Gonnan ca- pital has un which two in are fic-butt-d. thc Fjiglish women one years NO BUYING FROM C. P.'B. RcMlution Afaiiwt Acquiring C. For a Government Road E. Edmonton, Feb. following s reso- ameiMlmc-nt to Mr. i lutj on ,Jor government.- ow net snip ;t, hmmf new world for the railways .was passed >5 suite will be new afternoon. introduced bv Mr. Moore, seconded by Mr. is strongly in this assembly favor extension of railway fa- AMBASSADOR FROM CHINA an Hit Way Washington With A Party of Tok'to, Feb. Ting Fang; minister from China to Washington, will sail for America tomorrow, FebT 13, on the 1'ucific MaiLliner Siberia, accompanied by 32 students, Feb. is said here "that with the "coming minister who "replaces Clit-n Tung Liang Cliang left Washington last July there will be' a" complete change of Chincw consular service-in the of his suite will be new officials who are coming to represent Chinese gov- ernment in foreign ports., Besides the-pew consular general for- ,San Franci-sco. thcra. will be in Wu party the new consuls for of or a hundred and fifty more -vbeautiful than of day'{ Or to put it another way, arc Eng- liMh wonHMi plainer in their English women mom beautiful than the woiiton of otlwr nations'? One or two London newspapers taken up the discu.ssion serious- ly and arc interview well known artists for the purpose of dealing a knockout-blow to a .enough to ra'scj thc ques- tion.. A markcil tlu; interviews that are being publiwxl is the mono- tonous of the urtititx opinions are quoted. It is almost that ihc names of the persons interviewed arc withheld at requL'St of the ftrtisU themselves on the ground o "I do not on whore else., TTavo you eve early in the morning am tho Lotulon _tipists, sho girLs, and dressmakers going to thei work? Almo.st all of tfiem arc Tresh, dalntyTi'and trimf "You ask me if there is a scarcity of- beautiful women in Lnglish So- Neglected are Lost j dowa I houte, centrally located. Mme, btlunce eMy. 5 roomed and 2 Bartiett Street, cash. at this figure.. i i M M 111 i 1111 i i n 111111111111 i i in i in ttdSsRStt tttert Sitter Cmtto, CaL WF Five to tix crops of alfalfa annually. Climate which has made tbe atate famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. No cyclonea, no blizzards, Continuous and cropping aetieon. Richest soil in the state, aud home of diversified farming. Oranges ripen from four 'to six.weeks earlier than in other parts of the state .Churches, railroads, telegraphs, aud good schools. Electric interurban cars connecting with the large cities, Irrigation from Feather River, the third' largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 vinches. More than 300 days of sunshine every'year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A good place tc live aud a sure place to make money io. Write or call on H. W. FUELING, taml Ifnt IripU M Ci Csffnta For luformatiou aud Literature Afents Wanted PtOFtSSlONAL CAIM "9 McCUJftC STCWART, fikir- geou Hoars; 9a.io.ttto 12n.; 1p.m. to (p.m.- f? HAaJjLTOaJ 4 YOU MO anal Higtabothatu Block, Jf vV W.S.OALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McOill Physician, Office 914 Redpath 8t. 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.i K.C..D.C.L., f} B. Mortan Janaa, i. C. L CONYBEARE A. Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Alta. 28-lyr. w. c, SIMMONS -v Advocate, BarrisUr, Etc. .r Office: Southnrd Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property. v> ciety? t'.itt English women of today'are strenuous and do not care much about ba.uuy any more. They like to be- strong and healthy and good at sports. "I don't any of those placidly leauLtfuIy beautiful English women ike Ludy Hamilton LimllCv n these 1 am" afraid they do iot Another artist said: I'You can take jcetty, pictures of- prcMy girls in golf, jersejs and of pretty girls play- "ng hot-key, but real Iwauiy is a. dif- cront quality altogether than those girls possess. lical beauty. I main tain, has altogether A heated discussion siL the- Art-' resulted in a vote that Eng- lish women are the "most thanking and sweetest'croatures ia-ihc world.'' QUEEN DINES AT THE OPERA New Fad to RasuH Htr DOTH-I for -from Mr. Ilicocrt in reply" said w all, the jjruvjuti; uuu Truin inC hi woy'of'njmcdyinjf 'transport- ation problem was it was high lime .something was ilYomuieii would -not build railroads. A railroad north and south through the province create compcti- 'having-he dinner brought from Buckingham pal I scc_and rear of "the rpy box during the jnferval replied a deep voico from j {ne and second acts of -the opera ic full board 'addresflcd, "I am th: t llie the transcontinental lion among lines. t Mr. Boyle (Sturgeon) said the proposed road ..mean saddling the with the freight rate as well as a through rate. He had reason .to believe that j transcontinental would 'be built to the -north. the trans 'problem transcended all questions. critfciswl the ,iKoveroment speakers for calling for details in a resolution. The carried with supporters voting "solidly for rt. the bride." "I beg your said Mr. Bailey, "I did not recognize the bearded lady. But tell me, who is the "I proclaimed a" very thin voice. T In astonishment Mr. Bailey glanc- ed up at the figure towering near his Clbow. ''I congratulate you, my raid the manager. let On with the down." The- guest addressed at once bs gan" to" ascend seemingly until hie head was in the neighborhood -of thv canvas roof from which height hr looked down: and said: "f 'was sittin' down, siltin' The Uterta Railway and IrrigatiDii Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS r ON THE MARKET lots Nortk rt tte lailnai ail lest of lestniister N. FROM A EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-tJiird cash, one-third, months, balance 12 months. B. C. MOORE Funtrai Director and Embalmar to Presbyterian Church. Oflice Phone 102. Residence F. B. ROLFSOH ARCHITECT Room Whitnty Block. Daily ReraU Market WhM ysfl mavt aajrtfctaf to sdl ar ta real place it ii' cataaM, If yoa wut nytUsf nst tab cotaam? iascrtiSBs far WANTED TO'BUY f A number of chickens, layers ferrod. Apply W: Xv (cor- ner GIvn and Ford Sts. 52 6 Interest 6 per cent, per annum RECTOR SCORED KAISER Said Catholics in Germany" Had No Reason t> .Celebrate Emperor's Birthday KM lately Ci. (Uri Alb. WANTED YOUNG MAN wants worlrat paint- ing, glazing or odd, F. L. Kinnear, Box Smith St. _Jf 60-6 LOST Saturday 'evening LOST, on Duffcrin St. club, mau's winter on je- turn 'to the Herald office. Fob. romArks the Catholic rector "of thc{ ;a of Ars on the occasion of bir.th.day of Emperor William, Jnnu-i ary 27. closed a most Uv-elvi I sensation in -cK-rkol and military cir- cles in Alsace. rector, in the course-of an" address, spoke as fol- lows: _ Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cadi Must be Paid oo Delivery Fni. The "musician has enr for tone and nn oyc for coin. Unless you con he Proud of your House FnrnitQre t then M little pteuaK m a looi oar store bcrtpfnl MKKTOtiGns to n will w to lorovrckiae jow TWn sa TKt Turpin Fnrratore Co. fashion that society believes will not only become popular lor the charm A thc idea but will solve the problem of ministering to the appeti- te at early performances without mias- itig any purta 'of the opera. Owing the increasing dcmaird the 'rendition ot operas without cuts, ,thc eating-problem'hag recent- ly become acute at the long perform- rrtCrtn. Tlie situation bicomos es- annoying when thc pcrform- inccs'b.'gin a.H early as 6.30 aa was the cjsc with in English at Coi-ent on Thursday. During the general ticampcr to neighboring refreshment bars and depots zie first and second--acts four carc- Jully carriod into the rrar of the box a small table already set and conUininf the queen'a favorite dishes. The food had bsen prepared at the palace and kept warm by means of heat retaining devices. Thus Quetn Alexandra, .with one i or two friends, was able to turn from jthe stage to dinner, which they had j time to enjoy heartily before thc be- 1 ginning of the-next act. When the curtain ascended the st- lodants disappeared with thc din- ner table us silently AS they had ap- peared." large number of opera cs- 1 pectallj' eWerly persons, always partn of uncut performances J rather than dmrranf their meai wlhle others remain away on' account of, the long nuoffiy wait midnifht-lor per. Many, believe thai box din- ner parties will be accepted aa real- ly awl aemibic fraction! at to celebrate -the Emperor's Cn tholics are here only in-or-lcr to taxes and serve in the arniy.- Whtm SERVANT WANTED GENERAL SERVANT- wanted 5 at Apply to L. VroGraan. r ,51-Od.t.f. ROOM AND BOARD Respectable, men only. Terms: a month for board and room. E. Oxland, 410 Bompas-SL. ,.t-W6 WANTED r ..GOOD GENKRAL- want- ed.- Applyto Mrs.-E. R.-Davis, Lon- don' Road, near Crnbb" St. responsibly ofticius nn: vacant we nrcs pushed a si do. Our duty on" this oc- casion is to tind to endow the Emperor with more commander c> f the S ixtcwth Army.- Corps has issued orders for- bidding soldiers to attend the Catholic. Church iu Ars. -r Oliver's Hall Two Nights commencing WED, FEB. 12 I A brilliant mnsical novelty mm i Under the Juvenile Bos- -Ma nn getncbt I MM IM IKMT tte fcftts of our delicious' bottled WITH This is the big Mnsical Show Calgary is talking of iscover the ur ginger rsapflrilla cream sodn beverage alate an trieat for our frie SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the" Dominion in-vManitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wcst Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an'annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must Jbo. made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ok' the district in which the rights, ap; plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land mufit be described by sections, or le- subtlivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied bv a fee of which will be if ilie rights applied for are not available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall paid on the" mer- th'r mine at" the rate of conlfi per ton. Erory lessee of o.cml mining rights whieh are not being opr-ratcd shall i furnish tlin district Agent of Domin- ion Lnnd.i o svforn stnlement to I that ni Ifjust in oach year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesss may 4 bo. pfrrnittfcd to purchase j available surface rights may be con- siclcml for the working of the mine ihft rate of an acre. For full information application S should he made to Ihc.' Secretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ot- any Agent or Sub-Agcni of Dominion Jjinds. W. W. Minister of Iritorior. publication ol this 'advertisement will not be paid I for. TO RENT -fy A large furnished room in a fully modem house. Apply. A. A. R. I. ticket office or corner Bart- lelt Sts. :52-5 f TENDERS WANTEDt SEALED BULK TENDERS will be received by the undersigned? until 5 pr far the work v of all trades, except heating, required in.-the erection.of aniadditional storey to the Coaldale Hotel at this place. Separate-Tenders for the be''received at the same liime. The lowest or any tender not; ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications on view at the offices of the architect, rooms and 21 Southard Building. JAMES A MACDONALD, Architect. The Herald TW OLDEST RESIDENT DEAD Ottawa, Feb. Thomas Lalour was sentenced to twelve. months in Central PriiW on the! Ottawa, Ont., Feb. Anna charge of knowingly issuing forged j BUickwood, the oldest inhabitant is i' dead nt.the sgcoi ;