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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .MUM " >^-. * ^V^-u?L,^�^^��^��.,^-.rA^l.�.^ �r.-..AA:o>---;.. Addms announces |o hit old friends and cuktomers he has opened a ^Beioral Lmber Business On Baronass Road, east the Court House ot Give Him a Call A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote hie entire time dnring thecmnmer to laying oat new townaite*. Contract piieea or application. t9-Offioe at the Goaldale Hotel Lethbridffe. Syat^ af ;ifcc Grtziii| Rcgula-UtM far the ProviiKcs aT Sukatcbcmui ind Albcria. flrMiag I�UM of Dofninion Lands uatuitable for agricuVtural purposes najr tm aecur�d in tbat portion of .ttw ProvlncM ot Alberta, lying SouUi ottte Nortbem bouDdary of Town-�hlp 38 and in Um Sotttbw��tern por-tiiw of tiM Province ot Sk�lcatcb-Wan. Ijaawa Hhall be for a period notf xoecdiag 81 years, and no leaaesball cow a Sreater area tban lOO.OOa mcttm. Lands leased are not subject , t^'iuMneatead entry or eale, but the ifiai*t�r of the Interior may canc�l a leaaehold, or any portion thereof bygiviag the tesaee two years' not -Tke rental chargeable is liwo "par, acre pef aanvm. A leaae �^.�,^'-jbe granted aa applicant un-ieiii ha.owna one head of cattle or flveJMBd of aiMep for every 60acres ppiiad for. and the leasee shall ie-Cfwa�ihls stock so as to be in pos-A^HiioB at the end of tb�ee years of one bead of cattle or five bead of �keep for ev�ry 20 acres leased, and �hall ouiintain. stock in this propor-tioB during the cont4nuance of the ice. I__ 8hae|>-cra>iBg la permiltted on only a portion of. the tracts above refer-lid to;: A niap abowing the sheep graiiinc diatpicta may be secured on applieation to- the Secretary f the Dtpartmant of tbe'Interior. Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Sapttty of the Minieter of Interior. K. B:r-L'aautkoriaed publioation of advcrtliMneikt will not :be paid fir. General Teaming. When you require your gardens plooghed, your yarda cleaned up, aellandnK,or any other teaming done, BEE US, or phone 201, or drop a ^t card in the office, your oidar will raceiveour prompt atten> don. COAJL muatbe paid for pndeliveiy. Beaidence and atable eaat of the banaoka. WM. TAYLOB, Lethbridge SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can leli you lota now in Tabor fot $100. that will be aelling at $200 in a month'a tine. Good Fanning Land for tale ho. W. F.llUSSELL Baal Batata ARent Tabor. Alta fresh Strawberries CheMes; Pineapples BANANAS, 0BAN�1BS, LE1CON8, ETC -5 lOB OBBAM. 101 CBBAM SODAS AND SUNDAES AT KEAN'8 OpposItaP.d 'Phone 98 DR. P. W. TIJLLER FHYSiaAN AMt> 9UROCON OSck-Ott Block. Hoar�^-n:0O to 13:m noon; 3:00 to 5:00;7:3ilta8:30p. �. Tclrphoae-OfflcF W. Rmitlenre 109 DR. C. G. CRAQQ PHYSICIAN Airp SXTROEOlf MBa� aver Higlnbotban'a Druf Store Ammi omcB las. House 94. Offloe hours-9 to It a.m.. 1.80 to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpath St. cor. Burdett. Houra-Before 9.a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. Sundaya-2.30 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W.S.(iAUKAmi.M.D.C.N.(lldHID PHTStOUN, 8UBQEON AcooccasR Office-Burdette St. . Phone 63 Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3, 7-8 p.m Dts. DeVeb^r & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offioea-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McClure * Stewart SUSGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale. Boom 12 Office Houra 942, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTH *BD BLOCE Money to I: of that nuntber arc in octivc operation and produce from 1500 to tons a day eoch. The industry is not confined to any one section ofthe province citlier, for ntines are to l>e found in the north, the centre niul the south, birt, the largest and most productive are in SouUiorn Allicrta. Klearly every town on the Crow's Nest line from Medicine Hat to Coleman possesses a mine or more and new mines are being openery ntonth or so. In en industry .so givat and -portant as coal mining it is only natural that difTemuv's should l^tween the operators and the men | hut n^hen these differences leae con�n>issionor.s. This is the way coal for its fuel [""^i' 'ooh at it. With all {tarties contributing nil classes of acci3r cause it was pronniNed by Hon. Mr.. Custoing before the Oommission wa^i even appointed and the Oomnvission has not discovered any arguments to cause it to reconuncnd against such a law. As a matter of fact nearly all nUnes in Southern Alberta are working on aa-v eight hour day basis, many of them bank to bank, under asreemettts with the Union. 'iCven in the north, where a union has not >�t lieen forment would appoint a Board of ArWtrution to investigate and place the responsibility. If they found the miner w-ns to blame the miner must pay; if tha operator is to blame, the operator must pay, but if the PBsponsiWHty cannot be attached to either party then eneh side Alberta fthould contribute ec|ually. There were ' also that the operator should insure his entp^oyves nnd that the emp.oyees should insure themselves. It is evident many miners and miners' fanvilies suffer gi�at 'hardship through the ab-wnoe of some sort of provision In case of accidents. Take for instance the cases at Coleman, where a man, who lost his ej'esight and some of his limibs in the mine and the widow nnd children of a man killed in the mine, received hot a cent from the company and are looked after by the Miner's Union. It dpes not seem just. It is not just in fact and legislation that would prevent the existence of such unfortunate eases as those would m'set with almost general approval. The WJJ. T. U. LIQUOR ARITHMETIC -OD.IECT LESSON. "Boy at the head of the class, what ore we paying for liquor as a nation?" "$900,000,000 annually." "Step to the blackboard, my boy. First take a rule and measure this silver dollar.' How thick is it?" "Vearly un eighth of an inch." "Well, sir, how ranny of them can you pile in an inch?" "Between eieot. IVter Patterson, internat -ional boai-d member, is spoken of as his successor. Mr. Patterson has said he would not take the ofBc . The rumor does not giVe Mr. Sherman's reasons.-Frank Paper. rWENTY VEARS AGO, .MINE 23 (Winnipeg Telegram.) ' The marriage of Charles A. Mn-grath ot Lethbridge, to Mies Mar -garet Mair nl this city, took place Monday afternoon, Rev. Canon Math eson performing the ceremony. Digby, N. S. Minard's Liniment Co., Limit d. Oentl^nien,-Last .\ug>ist n>*- horse was l�odly cut in eleven places by a l^arhed wire fence. Three of tiic cuts (small ones) healed soon, but the others became foul and rotiten, ami though I tried many kinds of medi -cine they had no beneficial result. At last a doctf-r advised me to use MIX-ARD'9 LINIMENT and in four weeks time every sore was healed and the hair was grown over each one in fine condition. The Linim;?nt is certainly niomlerful in its vorking. JOHN R. HOLDEN. Witness, IV^rry Uaker. , _____ month ai I to OddfcUowa Ball. Meeta lai and aid Hod dara to each n p. m.. to Oddfcl BoMid !. VlalUng brctb res aordlally wcteom*. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. Synapib Of Canadian NarthWcst HOMESTEAD tCqUUTIONS. ANT cvan Bumlwrcd aceitoB o OomlDloa Laitda la. Maipttolia, lakaicbcwaa aad Albana, �cefttng  and M, not rcMrfcd, �ajr to kaaMai�iid(M by anr peraoa who la iba aola bead M itmiia, or-aar malt otcr ii jrtars of age, 10 ibe �mm of ooa.^iiarMr aaciioa of It) aeraa. mora or tea*. �airy iauat b� mada paraoaally at ih� local land �ffc� for ibc diairlei In i�bleb tha land la attuatr.. Tbc bomeatcader la raqulrvd lo ^rforai ibt coadllloaa coaceeied tbcrewltb undar ena of ihefoUowiagiMana.: I. Ai laaai sis moniba' raaidtnca upon and culilvaitMoribeland Inaaeb year forMbrcc reara. . 3. If Ike father (or �oikar. If iha faikaria daeaued) of Ik* konMTiaadar raaMaa ayoa a fana in ikia �ieiBtif ar tka land atarad for iba ra^uitaaaaia aa la naldanca m� ba aaiiatad byaneb r�nmn raalding wiib iba fathar or moihar. 1. If Iba acinar baabia peiBMnant raaldaaca upon farmlag land ownad by blia In iba viala-lif of blahomaatead, ibe ra^ulraMBia aa le raaidaace mr ba aalladad by faal4aBca upon ibi aald land.- Ma noaba' loiica In wrlilnK abonid ba flTcn 10 Iha Oamamalaner of Dominion Landa ai Ottawa of laivattoB lo apply tor f���M. W.W.OOBT. Daput- Iha Mlniaier of ibr taiertor. Will eight hours a day labor de -crease the output of coal. The operators say "yes" but the men declare in most emphatic terinA that it will not. And here is their orgument. A miner, they say even on a ten hour a day itasis, never produces more than the results of eight hour's lai>-or. Why? Because work in a mine tires a man so that ths last two hours of a ten hour t|ay are prac -iically worthless to the operator. It means simply this, that eight hours steady work will tiring out as much coal as ten hour* *'ao as you please" The miner claims and says that tests will prove, an well as experience in other countries, that as much coal is produced in eight hours by an individual m'iner as in ten hours. If this be true Ihe case of the operatcr falls to the ground. Then there is the humanitarian side. 'Iten hours is a long time to work ,undcrgFoitnd away from pur� air nnd the .^uniight. Why LetlibridgB miners told the Comntis - Western Canada to Have a Chicago Inexhauatiblo Flow of Gas-Extensive Railway Yards-Productive District Hurrotinding. Coleridge, .June 36.-. Only those who have been fortunate enough to Inspect the gas well here can form an idea of the future that is surely to come to Coleridge. Secretary N, T. McLeod of this town states that ho has received daily considerable enquiry relating to openings and industries. There is not the slightest doiibt from the operations being carried on hei-e now by tlie C.P.R. but l-hftt Coleridge is to be one of the moin points of tfie system. Alivady extensive yards hove lieen laid out, while a very extensive drilling rig is boring for oil and thos* wiio know, state th�t there is oil beneath the gas in large quantities. Speoliing or power. Secretary McLeod s-tfttcs that there is power gas ovailable today for a thousand in -dustries. A very rich deposit of fire clay is located on the edge of the town. Mucli building Is arranged for and from the amount, of ttapHal that is ali�ady Interested in Coleridge, it is safe to say that great develop -ntents will tiike place within the next few months. BeinK at the junctional point of the Crow's Nest Ratlwa.v, a lime that ta{>s all of Southern Allierta in itself insuivs a great volume of trafhc 'then too, four trains on the i main line taking care of the passenger service and double aa many through freights will be Qbligod to stop at Coleridge, oithcp (pr :chftnap qf ctws or. supplies, or'et�ginof. The proMflcnpss of (ha soil of the sion tiMt in the winter monrths; they , . ... went into the mine in the darkhoum urroimding the town of Opl- of itoe morning and came out in the had aljwidy gone dowu in his- dark hours of the evening and never ItaW-* territory for bumper crops. a bit of dayHght did they except 'I'here is .vet considerable land open on ttoa Sabbath day. The eigivt hour wttlemont and Socrttary Mcleod day i� comhig, commission or no refoivJng dally enqulrlen for the commiBsion recomihcmhitlon and wo ,���*''' ontitted "Tho Town of Color  heliew that t*K5 ropiss of the |�bple j *^'�� and Whafa l�hln, "Tenders for Dwellings," will be received by the undersigned up to (J o'clock, P.M., on Friday the 5th day of .Tuly next for tho erection of two frame dwellings, separately or for both, on the Peigan Indian Reserve and, near Brocket. Contractors to fiirnish all the material necessary. The work is to be comfdeted within about lOO^ays after notification has been given that the tender has been accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Dominiim Lands Offices at Pincher Creek and Lethbridge and at the Advance newspaper office at Macleod. 'The Ipwest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. J. A. MARKLE, Inspector of Indian Agencies. Gleichen, P.O. 874 Horaes and Cat|le roR saU 140 head of horses. 400beadofc�ttle. AlVkindfaadallagti. Will Mud to aniiilMrs to salt (iurbbiiser. For further iMrticalara s�e iy25 8AM YOUNO, Uthbridge The Time for Striking Gas is near at hand. Call and see our lists before prices go higher If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. Bornes 6 coohe ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 Profincial Lumtier & ManiifaG'g. fo. Lttl., Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Turnings, Shingle, Lath, Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURl&HED ON JOB WORK. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Evcrythinf required in the eonstruelion of a Bulliling, { Lumber and M kinds of Mill Worli Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing J Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Office, Yarda and Factory-Corner Round and Bonipas Streets   Telephone 15,3 * P. Burns & Co., Ltd. BUTTER S We have succeeded in placing our contract with the Alber-^ ta Government Creamery for our entire supply this season. A. With our special cooling facilities we are enabled to supply our V customers with a No. 1 grade nrtiole, and we therefore invite ^ ^ your ord'ers with a guarantee that we can give satisfaction. % # First shipment just arrived. Give us a trial order. Y A. EASTON & CO.l MANUFACTURERS OP ^ HARNESS. SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS. GLOVES. Z ROBES. WHIPS. tENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON � COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. ; AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS^ OF LI9UOB8 AND CilttARS IN A \ ^ N EW STAND 4� Just drop into my new quarters and convince yonr-aelf that I am up-to.4late. The .cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. � � ceo. HOUK aiBaiiaaiMiBaiaii! ;