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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMBRIDCE, ALBE'RTA, T U CSD A Y F E B> UA 8 Y 11, Twenty-Five That's a small sum of money, but by means of that amount you can reach the eyes and the ears of .thousands of people who read The Daily Herald every day. It is estimated that at least five people on the average, read every paper which goes but of this office. At present the actual average daily circulation of The Daily Herald is over 800 copies. There- fore if you advertise iij the want columns of The Daily Herald "you stand to reach 4000 people every night. Ikit Do You Want I Do you want a position? Not easy to get just now, but try your luck. Have you something Let it be known in The Daily Herald. It is surprising how manyx people there are who are willing to buy. Have you a room to rent? There are men and women looking for try a want ad. Something lost, something found, a servant wanted, a clerk anything. -T FOR f HE SUM OF 25 CENTS t WANTS BE MADE KNOWN. SIX CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS THE PRICE OF FOUR THE DULY HEMLD, Lettibridge, THE JbuRNAL or SOUTHERN AUBERTA WOKKW COWDGMION ACT I SPEECH BY HON. t f. CROSS (Continued fram Prtvlous" If the incapacity lasts less thuuj Formal claim two weeks no compensation is at all must also be made, payable. 'If it lesi> than two noncompensation to be pay- can be doiu'< cither without notice or spcciul- Jy. f Jn any it. must., be made able in respoct'to the Dutjuithin six months of iho 01 Ihe-lincupiusity two fatal sis: months, or longer then the compensation wiii not be from the beginning of the date, of the injury. tkie' the see that te whole -of yoimv" care in wselnf erf recreation" fkat cadet at tlufi "all conditions mfrurauce, accused to "turry favor policy arc icrupulouhly "complete I'uyfiHy." lie at ouee called to the of "Lhs accUlwit, uum- bei; of servuuU, precise churucter of occupation and their employment... t iiuleedlvld an are aUo several provisions a i dealing the osceitaimnent, of weekly wages. It might be polnt- out that an employer and an in- ured can at any time jjy mu- tual ngroeuient redeem the weekly payments by lump sum. A vcryr important provision in the of liability-to" his (workman, jt .however, Muuratt- iiw ixim the amount he is called upon moduli! 41 to pay under that liability, Thice possible icmedies.aie open to nottcompulsory Inn only tukcs plus'c should the employer demand ;.t. The woikmun not in any way ob- struct the examination, and if he does or refuses to vuuleigo his to l lie after of this Act, who sulkn.s bodily injury when follow tng his octuptnion, He nmy Jirjnjr it commgit Jaw action ponded until the cMUiiination has 5 taken place. A few ought to be added on against emplmeijj for or negligence, or the circumstances knob U usually kicked The result, that ike, future king of' uf by tbe who dread lhau attythiiig io be'eoMideted The rrim-e's pathetic accouiiU o< tkkUid hie father im- llie of WalMt a siaoihir in cadet dayi, but he cheered up by telUnif, him in the navy itself'he would be treated like ordinary sailor. act introduced for the of'this important and imperatively protecti ivif" the workman and his com'subject inburame. it would be' proceedings under the present North Teu'itorici, Oidiminco of pcnsation.rhis that this for employ oi hu may choose the Compen- er a wceky payment nor a lump sinn'ois or injured o bear pos- paid in of his weekly wage shall be capable of being assign od, lhargcti or attached nor shall any claim be set off against it. table losses that might be incurred sation under thp Workmen's Ac-t of JWS, Jt might Iw pointed out that cases uithoiit the aid of insurance, an injured workman can" hope that aid ihe, bunions of Iho fmploy i ito suotewl in fi comman law action sjre comparatnely light and cer- .iy cmim sot on agamst iu negligence aie very few. The fust Uep to taken after the oppressive. Indeed so jar as f move'the sec occurrence of an .accident is to Aet is concerned it may be said <-hief duty of employers is noticc-of it to sthe employer. This 'that notice is not 'all a formal docu- summ'eil tip v'in 'the d ment, but should give particulars as the payment of a fewdollars each to" the.-hame; mid address of the in- year paid by-the way of iTreinium, jured person and date and "cause of the whole actual burden is shifted from the shoulders of the. employer Tho notice should be given as soon after the time of the accident. The want or in.sufliciency of the notice, will be no bur .to acclaim unless ihc is prcjudiceft in his defence, or if it is caused ,by mistake, absence from the' or other reasonable cause, ii Xoticc should be served upon the at his place of or at the office of the comphnycal notice, or by sending it to the 'address by registered mail. to "that of'the Insurance Company. H is quite clear from every stand- point that the interest of the employer combine duty to his workman tojnduce him to insuie against his-liabilitics. Kot only may an employer in sure'a gainst his actual liabilities, under the Act he may al- so insure against the of legal proceedings taken in ordci to fiitd out what his liabilities he may even insure for" somethiag-above his actual legal liabilities. The employer, in every how- ever, should'take very good care to second read ing confidence that this house favorably consider a mat- ter- of such great social and econo- mic importance. PRINCE EDDIE IS LONfcLY Ostracised by Cadets at Osbwne Na vat Coliegt London, Feb. of the mem tiers 'of the rfincc of Walys household been" much amused over the ac- counts given'by young Prince Ed tUavid, as his-father .call! his cadet life at College at" Osborne, to which the boj has now returned after his holidays From Lhe_ young Prince's own count' he feels terribly lonely. It to the unwiitten law of like an ordinary bailor in the navy. enforced at every Encliah school the nrai day that Prince Edward entered iie. lie'was dubbed I'lic origin of the nickname was ex- )lained by one of the cadets in this way: "He's youuK Wales, you see', and 'oung are sardines." Commenting further on the new let, the biutding Admiral said: "He seems a nice fellow, but very He'll tliat knocked out of him BULL STOPS LOCOMOTIVE appears that if-any particular cade PROF ers receive .OF. W. gentlemen, -is the result, which some of the Sunnj Southern Alberta- farm- :L-ived tin 1907. Resolve to teat Uris-stalemi-nt for yourselves this year." J .Kindly loaned by Kerr1 Land Doins. Engine Had Weight Bi Train Behind It, But that DWn't Bother the Bull Buffalo, Ftb. long haired, bellowing bull broke lose from hit pen at the stockyards on William street' yesterday -and tore madljr the tracks; sending'everybody in hot Kaste for generally in- terested him and he hunted for tliem until every man in the vicinity had climbed to "the top of a box Assured -that all humanity feared his roars, the out to'" the main line of the Now, York Can- trai. A. belated pasenger train was just" "drawing in from the east. The bull started "down, the track to meet and they met, But, strange to relate, the tough" old fellow wasn't killed, only swcptjiside by the im- pact of the: cow-catcher. r 'He bellowed loudly, and overtaking the engine, which had.slowed down, he, once more vtook the track just aKead of the moving-train. _Thc en- gineer, afraid of derailing his en- gine if.he again-hit Sir Bull, shut off steam the animal departed.- Meantime; the" bull, proud-at conquest- the iron monster, wan- dered back towards the, stockyards. It proper preparations hadn't been made for his coming" this might not have-been obituary.' While' he was up" stopping traffic' on U.e New York Central, H.-C. IXavis, a forman on ..the" Lake. Shore, and two butchers' had arrived, on the 'scene. The: former" with a rerol- vcr and latter .with They, hid behind a box car and aa the bull sailed .by Mr. Lewis him down with a shot in the should- er. The butchers finished the work with hammers and next week meat consumers may-finish the-job en- tirely. Hollow Ground As Idostratcd Double Coacavejor Eitrm Heavy Beards 3.00 of Two to Leather Case- Cirto 1.00 THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION Strop 25C NO HONINQ-NO NO AlORE RAZOR TROUBLES NO NEW BLADES NO ANNUAL TAX Will Last a Lifetime. MAGNETIC RAZORS ritor they TEUPCRiP BY ELECIftlCiTV, OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the itcd wed in tbor miii-fiftwi h fi make. This wwUerfal dbcoftry h tbe result of of experiment Met aoJ at htt A fwor that wffl duTc W NO MATTER HOW TOUGH., ELECTRIC TEMPERIilG CARBON to the steel) whettai fin, (the Mlf metfceW kam fcr ceatotlo) DESTROYS tU CARBON wWch ii the Uk of stcet Ail other nukes of racon nwet be HONED AND GROUND their wffl NOT boW aa offc air kofth of time. CARBO MAGNETIC R oo HONING or GRINDING liictfaae m prirate tut; thef art all tempered aBfce. crerf part of their bbfa the AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CAR3O MAGNETIC RAZORS m FIVE ttem Vf tht HAOOetG flwet expensive frtodinf known. YOUR DEALER win Jcttm to 700 tfeoe CARBO MAGNETIC .RAZORS om 39 oei yowr part to pwchaac-Hakc aJraatacc thh Break iway bom the Urkr Yo. vil Cal oa la your town, aaJ a eoff Borittoft Cot cWrf part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM URMl tdb HQfW TO STROP A RAZOR 4cakr W Ml thca, a CM< mi w wfl jm SOLD BY C. W. GRAY, Firm of A. L. 5ILBERSTE1N, Hakers, wtT. N. Y ;