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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THUJUOAV, JANUAAY 14, S. S, WORKERS IN SESSION A representative attendance war present at the Baptist church Tuesday 'night at the annual meeting "of the Latbbridge and Cardtton .Dis- trict .of-the .Alberta Sunday School Association., In. the absence from the city of the president, Mr. J. D. Higiubothani, the vice president. Rev. W. Reid, oc- cupied the chair. After" devotional the of, the schools of the District were received which 'jhowed the echoola to' be iu a progresive eomii- tiou. 'The of the ty; W. Jordan, presented bis annual report -which showed a membership of nearly in the district schools.. Toree jsney schools were organised -during .the year, one each at North White's School" House and Coaldale. There are now thirteen schools in the An excellent address then follow- ed by .Bev. J. M. Harrison on "The Opportunity of the Sunday Bihool in Winning this which was Just three more nights thtse wonderful acrobats at Eurtki. fr.tanad, to with throughout. ..The election of ottoen UM year then took plac4, and in- sulted in the the'old officers, M follows-. v D, Reid. Jordan. A.' A. Lytle, 0. H. Johnston and B, Snyderl Representative to'provincial exeou- tiver-W. Jordan. In year, outlining plans for Mr. Stuart Muirhead. ci the toks, general.iecreiary' fors British Columbia, Alberta "and Saikatche- wan; slated" as the province! jhad all decided Jon 'May lit have va secretary of their, own, county to'give its share of the Decenary funds to en- gage a" for this year amount to ISO. This was on motion adopted, and..arrangements will be made to amount. Mr. Muirhead then, delivered a mot practical. and .interesting address on "Childhood which touched the 'life, of th child' in ,its many lthe speak er emphasizing the great need o care and earnestness on the part- o the teachers in the instruction of the young ,placed- in their charge.. The-convention-proved be one most1 hclpfuTand inspiring to those in atteadance.- IP INtlftUT f, v-V AU TflAINMfN tf Railway Prvttcticn I Don't Overlook This Monday Evening, Jan. 18 10 PJH-AFTER REGULAR PERFORMANCE AriRST-OLASSTCLEAN EXHIBITION For the light-lfeiglit Champjonship of Canada EDDIE MARINO Light-Weight Champion of Canada f Who Woo from Billy Lauder, vs. KID HO WELL Who Fought a Draw with Billy Ladder 15 ROUNDS SEVERAL FIRST-CLASS PRELIMINARIES At the LYCEUM Back, fl.50 f I Sib H In Mm The orders which have just is- sued by the inissioneM for-the tetter protection oi railway employees are of in- 'to in Canada'. They are several: 1. No train, except work or conitruction of djftsen cars or now. in ftervice, 'shall be' made up or allowed to proceed upon its journey unless-et least three-quarters of the cars composing. such train have air brakes in' good working ?or- _, N, v-ji. The number of cars that may Se drawn in freight trains shall be left "entirely-, to' the' judgment of "of such railway companies; in all cases, however, in which it may be found necessary "to double-head, the leading engine shall control the train. 3. Every" road locomotive engine -shall be equipped with a, step ,'or steps and hand-holds on both .sides of and or-near the rear tenders; foot-rests shall .be provided on the" pilots of every sucfi 'engine, sufficiently'wide Ior a man to stand on; every switching or yard engine shall be equipped with foot-boards and headlights on the front "and rear ends of the.engine and tender, such foot-boards to be not less than ten inches wide; the back oi such foot boards shall be protected by a board not less than four inches high, and if cut in the centre, the inner ends shall. be_ protected in like manner and footboards and deadlights shall be placed on ihe rear end of the tender- of every road locomotive en- gine used ior switching ex- cept in cases of' emergency; in no case, however, shall, any engine be continuously used lor switching pur- poses for more hours without such equipment. __ 4. The number that .shall comprise the switching engine crews shall be left entirely to the judgment" of the operating officials; on main lines light engines shall not be run a tanoe than twenty-five miles without a "in addition, to the engineer and.fireman; on branch lines the operating officials shall determine the necessity of 're- quiring conductors on light engines "5. Every locomotive engineer of such companies must have at least one year's continuous experience a fireman, pass a satisfactory exam- ination in .regard to the proper care of locomotive engines, handling of air brakes, and train- rules and regulations, be at least twenty-one years of age, and undergo an eye and ear test by a competent examin- er before being eligible for appoint- ment as such engineer. Except "'in cases of emergency every conductor of such companies must have at least one year's experience as-brakesman or conductor, and be at least twenty- one years of age "before being 'eligible for appointment-as'such.: 6. The telegraph operatorjpof'sucb companies required jto handle train orders be at least eighteen years -of age write a legible land, to send and receive messages at the rate ol-not -less thanHwenty words a minute, and be' thoroughly familiar with and required to' pass an examination -upon, train rules fore a competent 7, 'All railway companies shall strictly conform to the -rules-and regulations from- time" ap- proved by the Master Car "Builders' Association, governing "the_ loading: of lumber, logs, and stonel on open cars, and the loading and Carrying Color, tto strong points of RAM LALS PURE TEA It1. HIGH, CLEAR COLOR, FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR htve madt it hosts of friends. YDUoneyet? Rma Lml'i Tea it Sold only in Lethbridge by TMlt BENTLEY CO. LTD. material, plates, rails, ,No material' of any of structural and "girders. tind shall be carried-upon the roofs of cars. 8. 'All'open drains crossing tracks yards of isuch companies shall be covered for five feet "on, each side of the rails, except flood, when temporary be >rovided; semaphore and signal wires, when they cross-under tracks shall "be carried in, pipes-or boxes; new buildings and semaphores and poles'shall- be placed not less, than six feet from the rail of the main .rack; -water'-stand pipes shall be fastened parallel witlTthe main line and enginemen will be required to see that this is done after using such pipes. 9. Every person of- fending against any of the foregoing provisions shall forfeit and'pay the sum of ISO for every such offence." BIG HOUSES AT THE EUREKA. Here are some of the reasons why we always have a large audience at the Eureka. In the first place, you can always see a good show, as Man- ager Morris secures nothing but strictly high-class, clean vaudeville. In the second place, he M on a film circuit that produces the very best motion pictures obtainable, and this n connection with good singing, good music and a nice steam-heated thea- ,re, makes it one of the most pleasant and enjoyable places of amusement in our city. If you wish to'be'con- vinced, just make a visit to' the "Eu- reka tonight, and we are sure you will-say it is the best show-you have in our city for some time. The brick blocks at .Killarnev, Han., owned by Oeo. Hoar-and Rol- lins and Middltton, were destroyed by ore. rCAKE and PASTRY' We realize the difficulty in turning the uality of Cake and Pastry 'that tempts and creates'a ior more. But we know we can over- come this difficulty, and also produce 'goods that contain no .harmful ingredients. Order'from, a rig THE on mm FORD STREET New the New Fire Hall ROBT.SCOTTProp. OUR LETTER BOX. (TlM u not reftponsibte for tha asotimenti txprcssed in this col- in. All correspondence must by the writer's name publication wiU be refused. --Editor.) A- QUERY FOR THE C.P.R. To Editor of The Herald: v Dear I do not desire to en- croach too much on the space in your valuable paper and so will be as brief as possible. A matter- which. has gnat need of the attention of some one in authority in railroad lines is to be found in an incident which oc- curred at Macleod on Monday morn- ing ot this week. The facts are these: The regular, which .leaves this city at 3.40 a.m. on- that occasion was late, and the four passengers en route to Calgary were a "little anxious as to whether connections would "be made, and so wired the Macleod train, which fox_Calgary at 8 a. m. the arrival of the Crow's" Nest train. What was their dismay on arriving at a great'amount of 'applause whoa heard after a good dinner, and ii real ly-is true for the highly paid and phlegmatic magnates of the line have little to do with the the read. The man who works Irom sunlight to dark "with the pick and shoveriay- Ing the "bedcover" which the trains shall eventually draw their invaluable of human life knows more of what real responsibility means than the pei-son sitting idly" or busily en- gaged with the stocks and shares of a large company. A few hours of shabby., labor, a few feet of steel carelessly laid and in the near "future the whole country will be horrified at the terrible accidents hap pening along the line. c "We are aays the Pres- ident, "on out men'V for tnit reason, if for no other I as a voice from-the public would say that these men should be treated fairly. I am. no agitator, nor do I claim to bo a ranter of any sort, but I trav- elled, up and down this line ior. some time and am fully conversant ;with. the. state" of affairs' and am shocked f _ to find them such.. Your correspondent says men have been kept out of payment for a week; this is a very modest statement, for I believe one city has been making application for payment of wages since before Christmas! What do you think of that for a com- pany that depends for its success up- on ita employees? This is not- the only district that treats this manner, -for on District 1, Western Division, matters are even worse for I have known-men kept from one two weeks -without >ay. A- band sometimes arriving and allowed to eemnin without though cases are _Qtt-record when the men bave been so insistent: that the' Company have provided food" and shelter. Is there, not someone who sent this matter to Vice President yte, and obtain some ruling on this, one of the most scandalous prac- tices that ft company like the C.P.R. could be guilty of. Fair Play. Market dace WfeM Hb 61 far II SITUATIONS VACANT to handle .article of great wmerit just-being in sells to business men, pro- fessional men v and homes; pleasgn work and big pay; exclusive terri tory.to right man. Address "Box 1823, 'Calgary, Alb. 23-6 general gervan .wanted. Apply Mrs. J. Bawden corner GlyiTaiid Courtland Sts.-' SITUATION WANTED. wanted iteady man; goodlhabits; can give good reJ erencea. Jasl P. Lyon, Letnbridg P.O.; 17-0 LAND FOR" SALE on close to school, at 1-3 cash, bal ance'easy. Macbeth Agency, P.O Block. African; -veteran cheap. R. V. -Oti Block, i. J ,21-0 FjOB. 01 half cash, balance -easy." Applyx Y.j-Chow, ol phone U4> f 25-4 RENT. WANTED TO A farm of .aboui two or Jthiee hundred .acres, buildings on. it, in the neighborhood of .Lethbridge. bffice. Apply Box Y, Herald 27-2 TO fju> nished. bedroom. Glyn'St. JO small stable, close in, a month. Apply Box C, Herald Office. .23-6 ,TO RENlVBuilding on' Vest of Round; suitable for store- or dwelling.. Apply The_ H. Macbeth" -1-, .20-0 TO rooms for two Apply 1408 Ford St! 20-0 FOB excellent furnished each Suitable for two people; the "house is strictly modern in every particular." Those wishing boajd ap- ply. 425 Bartiett St. -26-3 Macleod station to train pulling out, see the Macleod not five minutes away, "Each, of the four passengers were particularly anxious to make Calgary oa time, one coming around from Medicine Hat to make of his destination in thel shortest pos- sible time. -Ou enquiry at Macleod the passen- gers found that the wire had not been received, the telegraph service appar- ently being slower than the trains. It been said that miss is as good as a milc.but surely, sir, a rail- road can be. sufficiently accommodat- ing to await the arrival of a train which is in sight before dispatching a connecting one. Thanking you, Mr, Editor, for your kindness" and hoping that may serve as a, cue to better future results I am yours very truly, Traveller. '09 C.P.R.'8 PAY SYSTEM. January 13, To the Editor of The Herald: Dear to the letter in your, issue of Tuesday, under the head r "A Poor System" I would like to express ray satisfaction that this unjust and unbusinesslike practice is reaching a place where public opinion shall have something to say, regarding it. President Shaughnessy aa in Winnipeg in October and fine speech in which he said that future of the railway system, known as the C.P.R., which, he said, was the largest corporation in the world, depended upon the way in which every individual did his share of, work; high of man- agement would always be filled by men who worked honestly "and well. Copiet of this; speech were printed and distributed all along the line "to help clerks Now, air, thla tort of looks well on paper and well when spoken, and brings X HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS A meeting of 'the High School Athletic association was held on Wednesday for the purpose of elects ing officers, the ensuing year and he following officers were elected: Hon. W. A. Hamilton: Scott F. E. Sick. B. Sherlock. Baseball James Wallace. Football William Baley. s Hockey W. Hyssop. Track B. Sherlock. G. Woolf. Twenty-six bodies have been recov- ered from the "mine at Uluefield, W. Va. Tenders Sealed tenders will be re- ceived by the-undersigned up to 8 (eight) o clock on the 18th (eighteenth) day of January, 1909 for the'privi- lege of selling and delivering water in the and all parts of the city'outside of the water main system, the same to be supplied by wagons, subject to1 the super- vision of the- Council.. W. KOBINSOjr Secretary-Treasurer. 25-4 TO partly., furiiished rooms to rent. Apply 26 Argyle Ave. Phone 124. 27-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE. Wnaley. Eoyce best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance Address Box X, Herald Office. 9T-Q -FOU 4 weeks 1 mare, aged 4 years; brand ,S on color, bluish grey; reward for turn, or information to where- abouts. A. Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. t light driving horse, both hind feet white; branded arrow head on left jaw and. shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 -light' driving hind feet white; branded arrow head on left Jaw" and'shoulder; for return to G. Alexander, Lethbridge. 20-0 PONY EXPRESS. If you parcels, trunks, or baggage ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 In replying ads in this column kindly follow instruct tion stated-in the ad. Herald cannot give any addi- tional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada MONTREAL Paid-up Reaerve and 4-.267.400 Accounts of NercMnts, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drmfti Money Orders letters of Credit Saving! Bank Department v Uthkridgt Branch: CoaUtale Wock, St. -c Ooal OF OOAt UUATIOitt Yigbls of toe in tb4 Yukon Itffitwy; tAj TvTiitories'and BHtiab'Oolu lor a team-of years at an annual rental ol fl acre. Not more than 3.MO will leased to one applicant -9 f i, Application lor lease be. to the Agent, or ol the district in wbieh rifhti ap ieu loc are situated. vT': In iurTeyed territory Ian-' must be described-bj MCtioiM, or gal subdivisions ot sections.'- and it) uniurveyed territory the tract appll ed lor itaked vtif. application mustr be.'aocoui- pumed by a fee of >5, which will refunded if rigbU applied lor are not available -but 'r hot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid ou the mer- chantable output ol the mine: at rate of five cents per too. Every coal mining frighte whTch are not being" operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with, a sworn statement to at least once in each' year. ease -will biclatfe the" coal mining rights only, 'but the'lesee may whatever available -surf be _ con- sidered necwuary ior working ol the mice at the -rate of f 10 an acre. fall information Application ahould be made-, to the Secretary ci Department: of Ot- or any-Agent-or-flutHAient oi Dominion W. Zg- Minister, of, thfr ir-- oi advertisement will r "not be l SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is, the" sole head c t family; or' over yean Idf "may ot available Dominion land in Maui oba, Saskatchewan .orf, Ive J qlely him or by his father, motherf gont daughter, -f ''-e six ?inonths- in each ntry' am patent) cultivate LA -homesteader who -has in certamfdistricte. rice eside1 in three ears, house 'I Aeputyfot" the l" 7" ol his adyertisemeht wUi'uot Coal, Ice and 1 Wcttern Transfer Co. Balmoral PHON E: TO have bought out 'the Co. Prayis'g f Outfit, and are'prepared to execute all orders for satisfactorily.' Coal Jf p J. 1 PUIpi A. L Vmtm 1 in Nairn Store ;