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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rfilDAY, FEBRUARY 2 Daily HeroW 9 Printed by the i Daily Herald Printing Co., every lawful evening at its {Kbund St.; Lethbridfe, :Alberta, W. A. BUCHANAN. Manning Di- rector and Editor." y V Subscription Daily, one Daily, six Daily, three months, delivered Daily one month, delivered.. Daily, one by, six by mail Daily, by msi! Weekly Herald, one year Addresses changed as often I4.M iM .36 3.M as 1.50' de- sired; but both new and old address must be given. Subscribers will nleasfc remit >ilhl countries..' wheiv' such laws; are''- in force.. Bc-ttci' work was done by then forking under short hours than long ;'Hi? was also able to show 'that 'the-'shortpr hours did ssot cause any increase in tlie cost yf coal and also that accidents were not as m-i'i under shorter hours during longer hours. The anouncemont that Mr, Gushing is also making amendments to the j mine ivsuhttions proves that ister of Public Works and the Al- berta government are not limiting legislation for the miners to 'the Kight Hour day. The decision that boys under sixteen years cannot work iu a mine will be-most beneficial. humane person wants to sco..young lives stiffed by employment'in the un- healthy and dangerous labor in a e. Thc boys should have, a chance THE CARDSTON BUDGET Cimlbton, activity byin4' phown in tlip him! business of late. 4 hast week .Mr. J. J. of Montana, purchased the hist., quarter to make up a full section this side of the line from Mr. Nish; of Kimball. This is ex- cHJeHi land in section ft, 1, range 24. nf 4th 1, range 24, west of the 4th meridian As .Mr. Galb'reath large holdings on specific'! term. Remit by "Express i ally developed undertake Order, :md Uuuk -Money this work. on the Montana side adjacent to tJil last seotion purchased he will sooi have tm ideal -flntenuitipnal Ranch.' Tina week Mr. 'Olaf V. Olson, o CanUtnn, disposed of his rineh t south west comprising acres, .Mr. Jno. Herbert Vair, of LeUi- bridge. Mr. Olson has view- ing the -district in UuHo County California an-1 some rumors are affoat as to his intended removal have not us yet >rders-may b-i sent direct or through anv newsdealer. v. Address" commun- ications to -THE IXTH BRIDGE Lethbridge, Alberta, Cu- nada. If our friends who favor us with man- uscript for publication wish to have rejected urticles returned they must in all cases send stamps for that. -purpose: .NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who fail to The 'posting of the Inspector's re- port at the entrance to the mine is ;jlso important. Oftentimes, the In- spector notices a dangerous spot in a mine' aud who should be made aware, of that danger more than the miner? In the past the Inspectors made their reports but in nine cases out of ten the miner never had an an opportunity of contents. at' the earliest possible mo- ous place the workers will know more merit, so that -prompt delivery may about conditions in the mine. be. ensured. -.ui -i- houses in the. future. .N should be sent in not later than 6 L lirowu were uiutle signed thorn, it'the club's next st' The The Insl performance given Tues- day evening was not well patronised, i 'though tlic'rocnibvrb of the company] had many changes of the programme! nnd endeavored to give a good en- tertainment. f Taylor'' IJrof has been a very busy nian thu'ivoyk and a fuir re- hearsal came off last evening. 'Today at 3 p.m. the'ihitial performance will be given m the of a matinee for children. The tickets are on sale-at Cardston Drug Store for the per- formances'fof the two evenings-and a very fair advance sale is reported tonight. H is cerUinly to be hoped that a liberal patronage, will be accorded the efforts of our local people as they thither, thesi been confirmed. A new real estate firm for Cardston is'the "first fiower" to'blossom forth and herald the approach of spring. Choice t i Lemons Tho ot the formerly occupied by Bea'ch Block the Gourlav have worked1 very hard to give a class renditioi} of this popular opera. With the choruses, there are some seventy-five people included in the j number of performers. Personal, Mention .Mayor Spencer is being'welcomed Carrdts Onions .Celery fatty to. Ltd iJ IfT ail mo- lication, and want up to 2.00 p: m. advertisements found .at the mine. this sence means to a 'miner only a miner knov.-s. He comes up from his work times wet. Unless there is a bath- i house-where he can change his clothes ADVERTISING RATES Want cent a word each insertion. No advertise- ment foi less than 25c. Six con- secutive insertions for price of four. Initial letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure aud words count as full words." When replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and cents everv insertion. Contract Display that this new regulation is mado. Rate card at "Daily Herald" Of-! ____ See. cents per count line; dis- count to regular advertisers. Subject xo advertise- ments subject to approval of man- agement of "Daily Herald." Piano company'through Mr. Robert [bey, local agent, is now being ren- ovated for the occupancy of the new firm .styling themselves as "The Win- ter Wheat Land Company." The mem- bers are reported to' be Mr. A. M. Hoppleiy Gus Austin and Jno. Woolf, M. Shakespeare Club Last week's account was held over owing to the rush of other items. The attendance was not so good as desired but a quorum was present the home of Mr. J. A. Woolf, thej0f thV'Xetiibrjdge district couit as heartily his return from Otta- wa. It musfhuve been pretty cold down any rate it, was suf- ficiently frigid to cause the removal of His Worship's mustache. are sorry to hear of the intended icmoval from our midst of Mr. W. W. Irwin, late R. N. W. M. P. Inspector at this point. For some five ot :ix years he has' been- a- resident ;of CarcUton and our teaming local magU- While it is doubtless to his ad to .up1 the ck-vkship members being the guests of Mr. Mil- ton Woolf. chief work was the literary the mine dirty, warm and oft-n- 'tiidy of tli- more important speeches and wasli up, he home with the possibility ever pre- sent that he may', contract a cold and cause many days' illness or develop disease that .inay eventually cause his.death. That is the possibility and it is to .safeguard the miner's health King Henry and the Prince of Mr. J. W. Low gave-a char- s to his'I ictt-r sketch uf Falstaff'in a very hu- DAiLY HERALD NEWS AND OF-j O.'.D; AUSTIN, City Editor. JOHN TORRANCE, Canvasser, Col- lector and Assistant Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... __ f ..JOB DEPARTMENT. The Merald Job Department is the best equipped in Southern Alberta. All classes of work handled expe- ditiously and .satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone tOG. EIGHT HOUR LAW V Gushing deserves the warm commendation oi the-'miners. Practical man that he is, he has stud- ied the conditions of labor in the mines thoroughly and after long and eareful and unprejudiced investiga- tion he has prepared legislation that will be of lasting benefit to the man who underground digging coa for the people above "ground. uonms :vein. Owing to the 'parts :as ijrned to Messrs. Milton. Woolf and is removing from our locality; n's a "rain for Loth- OUR POINT OF VIEW i Editor Elton, the numberless i papers _to the south o! us, is going I to Toronto to attend a. big newspaper j gathering. Elton, is president of the Alberta Press Association and he will S represent that body, worthily. It is more than likely'that his speech will I create such a splendid impression [that he will be asked to remain in Ontario and be a Parli- 1 ament. Don't forget THE POULTRY SHOW 'in thc columns of the Herald some time ago, it is a .source of regret to his many frieixLs here that he Cardstonrs is a-gain bridge without question. The geiuibilr. AYhmi- [Kg is again upon our streets in search oi the man ,with steers. He statt-s that he 'has' 'paid out some for beef in the last month1 or so and that he is doing his part toward relieving the financial string- ency. We "can still stand some loos- t-ning up of -the money bags. H was remarked on the streets yes- terday that three fine teams were purchased by Mr. Bulcoski from the 0. K. livery barn for some Thi? is a good figure. There, are some good horses fop sale here. Ovr Spring Goods HJLYO Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning and Pressing Promptly Attended To 40 140 ft. on Torrauce NdHh Wnrd. One lot for down, lance per without Alberta Realty Co If MwUq i A. Mutton Phone 265 FRESH fflUIT ORANGES LEMONS APPLES BEN SPV. -r v ROMAN7 BEAUTIES 1 All first Class m PlilNGlKL 1. M. Banks Co Whitney Block, Uthbridje rf I Office, Vanl- JUV Ctf. f'-Jt IKHI The I iiihg Hottit The Lethbridge Eight hour legislation for the min-j c-rs is humane legislation. It aims to! improve the conditions of life amongst j and S The farmers could not help but re- a mass of the people of thisjceive a great deal of benefit from''he province. Some of those who o! the speakers at the pub-II MtpJM Sgt U. 77 in the habit.of criticising he nifctiiiga in connection with thejl this nature seldom stop to consrl- j Seed Fair. Practical men talked on the hardship of work in, our mines. 1 subjects of interest to every fanner, j of these meetings should ,bc i hi the Basement Three Chnir-Barber Shop Electrical Massage. Newest Things in Private PostCards' Cigars and Priest. .delivered lo aU parts of the city for' 85 per ton. Cash must accompany order. DRAYINC WTBI MfiMKE ITIHSB H. Of all kinds done short "notice. Ask for our prices be- fore leaving orders elsewhere Iffte btertl hU OfficeO Stablest Gooil Travellers' HHICill IKfflBHlT I RATE PER WEEK, I 21 Meal Tickets First-Class Menu and Service. J. Cor. Smith and Red path Pioneer Coal IS. ON THE MARKET All Orders.Strictly Attended to Cmsh Must be Paid an Delivery fraf. Hotel Coaldale Conducted Exclusively on tKe __ European Plan Rooms Single aud En Suite Cafe in uorinectiou HeaAeraoa if Prof. Balmoral Hotel BEST DAY HOTEL IN -THE GIVE IT A "TRIAL __ ices thave bwinreeeived in Port- Oregon, "from Hong" Kong and other Chinese cities that u rpecies of guorilln' be- tha' .Jnpancst- solt'j-jrs-who- inake up -the of occupation and who ure bent otu driving out of the country ihe repre- sentatives -of thi power whom they Jftar as an 'encroaching menace. Ir they did., and possessed any r.j-ne instincts, they would readily} c-.-nclude that eight hours was plenty; enough for a man to work on- Tlu, shculd get busy and scc dcrground. Above ground it is .1 thal a representative is elected on p. Availing day's work already and thc of lhe universitv of that it is more necessary for the The .north has candidates health and happiness of miners will] jn the field. admitted by all unprejudiced ''_____ Hon.. Jfr..... Gushing in his which is reproduced in full) Every person 'interested in educn- m today's Herald, brought some! tion should turn out tonight and hear strong arguments before the Legisla- j lhe address of Dr. Tory, tur'e as fo why hours should he; m; de the legal day work in thej The veteran in an of Allerta. address before the'Canadian Club at I Edmonton spoke of the old days at IrtfcWpteneb. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of Pv Hall at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially y. a. DAVIES, w.r.i 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S. Tieating the case ft the individual n-iner he alluded tn' present condi- j'ons where thc 'goes to the dark hours of the morning and j. it in the da- hours of. ercjiing after having Inbored in irv-lof Imvels of the earth in the meantime, in that place and said, "In thc'old'days' we had no magistrate., no and no crime, ft was stupid then O.f putting a lock to our doors. It is wonderful to think that tho- advance civilization has brought in crime its Certainly civiliTation Lethbridge Nest of Owls i Lethbridge Nest To the person, who-' nature is not up iu the as the main object ot life, such cor Visions will tn nlwnrx wH-1 't T. Rfilnnn, Bok 57. Saturday Specials LETHBRIDGE C. B. P. Meets 2nd and 4th month at 8.15 p.m. SE. A. SHARMAN, E. R. sday each j M. PRIEST.! Secretary, Lodge Ha. i NORTH-WEST AJSOCJATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS MMMf f MtitlMIMII in the Hall evevy sec- land 'and fourth Jfondays in the month. Employers requiring' certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do woll to, communicate vTJth US. T ROBERT NEVIX, Chief. URUCE, Men's Overalls A'complete stock -in striped and-blue 85c Shirts Men's lioivy working Shirts at from _. _ 40 to 90c Felt Hats We have a anA stock in this MASOTI'S stapes At from Uridierwear We KaVe a line cf Penman's All Wool, a For We have 85 yards of a very fine Cordf Velvet in Whitfe, Brown Cardinal which we will offer Saturday for a yd. Sox A fewpmirwHravy All Wool at Per Pair 20c Ladies' Hose Onr stock of reg. pure cashmere, in plain nnd ForSOc Underskirts Just V few fine Black Mor- t en Underskirts, ref. 14 For 3 Only Ladies1 Fine Eiderdown Dressing Sacqnes in pink and gray For Nightgowns very nicely enkrokirml, in while cotton' For85c Sec ow Ubbon Rmauts H. JOHNSTON, Lethbridge ;