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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnBKIPGE DAILY HBKAXB Saturday, FclOHiary lo. 1013 T.U Assets (Over) $69,000.008 To Travel at Ease wilh a mind free from .___ worry about the curren- cies of the different countries you visit, or the safety of your funds, carry Letters of Credit and Traveller.'!' Cheques issued-'by.'the t-^ioa Bank of Canada. ' You cuu then secure: funds as" you need them at any banking town, aud iko'oue else can-realize on yo�r paper. Ask theManager for-purticulars iAiySIS OF ES HE NEW ACT FOR ALBERTA o Precautions Designed to Secure Safety of the Men Underground LETHBRIDGE , BRANCH G. R. TINNING. Manager | I Kdmoiilon, Feb, 14.-Tlic uew .Mines ' .\rt. tliP lir.ot. rwKiinp- of -which was I moved in tlie kgisUtiue by the Hon. j ing places must be inspected every dny before the ruen coinmetK'e w-orit, wbetheT gas has been found or not. Men suspected of concealing; matche.s and smoking material about them niay be searched before being allowed down the mine. No officials of either men's or owners' unions can sit on a coroner's indiiest relating: to a mine accident. In regard (o e.xa.niliiations for certificates of proftcleucy jji-ovislon la I Si. Tlur��dBeealc.SL. fc.t- k� _ I ,, v!inist(�r of Pull-|.made fcr the anpoliitnient of ;i pro- Works, yesterday afternoon, is thehmcial board having jurisdiction over THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE sir ebmuno walkhr, CV.O^ ll.d.. d.c.l.. President a1eXANDF.II ijaird JOHN AIRD General Manasar Aagisiant General MAnasar C;APltAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Ccminerce enable the traveller to provide himself with furds without delay at each point of hi.s journey in ft coovipient .yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every e^puntry in the ^vorld ia denominations of -  $10, $20. $50, $100, $200 with .tJie exact eqtavalent in the moneys of the principal conn tries .stated on'tVe fac� of aach.cKeque. They are economical, absolutely safe selt-id.e(>ti�yin^; and easily negotiated. Leffibridge Branch - - C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. FOR SALE JParm of 1920 acres near Granbrook, B.C. six miles from Baihvay 's'tation: 300 acres 'natural lia}' meadoAV, balantie ctin be irrigated, and converteil into fir.st class agricultural and fruit land. An ]dea4 location for a stock farm on the line of the new government-automobile highway, now under construction. For price and . .terms ivTito The Lund Land and Development > Company, Limited WARDNER BRITISH COLUMBIA Mrs. Lincoln H. Jelliff, mus. b. Announces the removal of her studio to 608--12th St: S. Tr^niiers ahe fti" 01 j/.sasr.-^ la re.s:'.'.= pupils ajij be- 'Sinners in piano-forte playing and liarmo'njv The best modern faolJltieB, employed in the development, of-an effective, rapid and depwidable piano technique, and the ability to execute piano com-vpogitSona witii accuracy, brilliancy and'tirmneas of \ouch and inter-pr�Ution. PHONE 151.5 I About Your Will! , are ahvays glad to discuss confident fe;.�;tially any. matters iu connection with the p^drawiDg of your will. " The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, JLimled - .Pu>>lic Administrator and Official Assignee for the.Judicial District :'i.ETHBR|6gE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Efghth Avenue West, Calgary, H. A. Howard, Manager resuiS of tiic !iiidiugs of tue mining i-LMniiiiasiou which v.as appointed at the close of last session. The coni-uvission.. .consisting of .T. T. Stirlin.e, lioud of the rainas department in the province; Secretsry -McNeil, i-epre-sentlng the owners association, anil \V. Powell, representing the men's lederation. has been sitting almost continuously durlarr the past year and their Hndings as eml)odied in the act involves u number of important ani-eudments to the mining law of the proviuee. Previous to tUe introduction of the new act the only law relating to mining was the Coal Mines Act. The uew act applies to all classes of mines' and Avill replace the eoai mines act. -A^ugust 1. 19i:!, is the time fixed for putting into operation ibe provisions of the new mining law. After that d.-.tc it will bo illegal to employ women in or about mines, except in such employment as office work, charrin'l, eTc. No hoy under, the age of 16 'is to be employed under ground and the age at which a boy can be employed ibove the ground about a mine has been raised from 12 to A boy under IG must have' reached a certain educational standard or he cannot be employed at a mine. The eight hour clause is unaltered In the new act. An important uew provision is that two ways of egress must be provided in connection with every part of a mine, in which ten or more persous are employed. This Is a most important provision in case of explosions, where the retreat of the miners Is apt to be cut off by the falling of the roof in the tunnels. In addition to the requirement to report explosions from gas the new act requires that e.'Tplosions from coal dust shall also be reported. Coal dust Uofeo r.ot usually occ;:- in sines until they have reached a certain depth, �when they become drier and ventilation is more 'difficult. The Introduction of electric coal euttiag machinery aJso is a factor in adding to the dust in the mine. It is also required that Che manager of a mine shall visit it in person once in ten days. In aotuaji practice the management of the men and mining operations devolves largely upon the liit boss, or overman as he is styled in the new act. The minister has power to add to the ol-asee? of accident in-a mine that must be reporteti. For instance, the new act makes accidents from electricity and overw.inding matters for report. When an accident has occurred in a mine the place where the accident occurred must be left undisturbed until the inspector of mines for �the district has had the opportunity of seeing it. It the inspector asks that something shall he. remedied and the owner or manager refuses he can have the men withdrawn from the mine until the matter is properly adjusted. Regulations are placed in the act regarding tLie nBft of powd�r and shot firing. It makes it an offence to nre a shot where gas exists in the vicinity. Ambulances must be kept at every mine. Plans must be posted at the mouth of a mine showing the V'ays of egress. The workmen have been agitating for this provision for soine time past. Not only, must plans he kept of the working^ but there must b^ separate plan of each working and all plans must be accurate to within three months of date. � A ventilation record Is enforced in respect to �very mine. Work- the whole province. The age for np-plicdtiou for a manager's or overman's certiiicate has been raised from 2.'? to 25. At pres�nt time e.xamiDallons for manager or overman are written and tire bos* c�rUficates written and oral. The new act makes the (Ire boss cer-iiUcate enUrely oral. Provisional certificates may only be granted to men to act as managers without certificate in small mines where not more than 30 men are employed and only in the lignite coal fields where gas does not occur. If owner or manager wishes to have a check weigher apjpointed by the men removed he must apply to a Judg� of the district court and not to a justice of the peace as hitherto. Plans are also reiiuired fo he kept of abandoned workings, in order to prevent accidents through other workings running Into them. Provision is ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mfrs To help the tender skin of an infant is the Baby*s Owii Soap standard. For four generations, it has won unstinted praise and ioday Baby's Own is the recognized leader for nursery. and toilet. Its pure, creamy, fragrant lather softens and heals, arid its daily use is a renewed delight. If s Best for Baby and Best for You. Sold almost everywhere- but insist on Baby's Own. MONTItEAL. 4-" mad� for a committee of the workmen to examine the mine at least once a month. A uniform set of mine rules will be enforced throughout the province and the minister may make iid* dltlonal regulations fiftm time to time in the interest of'safely. H'er Version of It She was a wee' scran of a; thin.s;, just three years old, hut with the soul of a heroine shining out of hor great brown eyes. It was her" first visit, to the "Zoo" and ti'c'babel at (luoer noises and' rows of strange hl.c beasts mi^ht well have daunted her baby heart. But she scorned to seem afraid. Only when she approached the towering form of the elephant did she draw back. ."I'm not going too close, farver," sh^ whispered. "I might scare him!" ^^Wher'e have' you been, Mary-say to you?" 'Did you tell him who Ann?' "I've been to the Girls' Improvement Class, ma'am," was the maid's reply. "Well, ahd what did the minister your mistress was?" "Please, ma'am, he said 1 wasn't to give notice, as I Intended, but that I WHS to consider you as my burden- and bear it." HAVE AMMMTED WITH 200,000 MEMBERS THIS BRI TISH SOCIETY WILL SPEAK , WITH FORCE London, Feb. li.The amalgamation of the three principal unions of railroad workers in Great Britain was accomplished this afternoon, at a con ference in London. The object of the fusion is to insure co-operation which has been lacking in the strikes called hy the men in the past. The new organization is callffd the NaUonal Union of Rallwaymen; It absorbs the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, ths United Point�> men and Signalmen's Union, and the General Railway Workers' Union. The three societies have a member-aliip of 200,000. The executive committee will be Invested with dragtie authority for ordering or ending a strike on terms 1 which It deems saitlslactory without the takipg o� a balljrt among the men. i i 4 / - , \ ^-^ v/l Thisman knows how to use Natural Gas He finds it economical and cdfnfort pro-r diicing . . . . \'' ^'^.'V^^'^ Do YOU Know How to Use Natural Gas? If you DONT, tell us-and we will instruet you. We have men in our employ for that very purpose � Ga.s'^is the cheapest fuel on earth. There arc I'cwcr fires, a smaller luiin-ber of accidents, and more.comfort in the domesiic use of gas than any otlicr, knoAvn'i'uel, but it is true that people must learn ; HOW TO USE IT " And;k'a';person. experienced in the use of natural gas will.burn only XIaK �. of. M%a^;;(fan inexperienced person consumes and ^vitli Bcttei* Results. "When . gas waS-introduced in Buffalo ,the average cost ])cr lioiisc ^vas aliout -510(3 .jiei'-yeal^v'.'.,Today it is about-$40..' And by far the greater part ttl;' this j'educ-tion has come'about through experience. To use IS^atural Gas F^eonomieall.y it is absolutely necessary tliat you talco an active interest in BURNING it and SAYING it' ' The Gas Conipajiy is most anxious to hav'e you use (las ecoiioiuically. Ff , you Avttnt our advice, assistance or infqrinatioji. , ., - ' \ ' >hone 1731 Day or 1811 Night The Company is glad to assist you in every way to economize lis Go# Limite^d 08 ;