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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 5, HOT A New As Neat As It Looks RED FIFE" 2 for 25c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS, TIES, VE8T8 IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 8 SPORTS SUNLIGHT (ECUFvlSEHS BEAT REGINA Rogina, July Tecumsehs be-at the local make up this aiter- noon in a very loose game on Lc th sides with a score of 17 to 7. home buys were gathered together after arranging for the game last Thursday, and this is the first time they played together this season. The home team had only two of the chal- lengers team that went to the coast. and although they held no hope of winning, the gate receipts will con- siderably help the Indians in their expense money. The visitors played their regular line up with the excep- tion of Qucrrie, who is limping around with n sore knee. One man on each team was penalized for five minutes each. REO-IXA TECTJMSEHS Hethermgton goal Kinsman Beckett point Griffith jttcCarry cover Graydon Cruickshanks defence Stevenson defence Pickering Martin defence Rountree Ross x centre Felker Mum-no home Green McGregor x home Whitehead Hogarth home Gilbert Trayner outside Durkin McLean inside Adamsoa Robbing. x ftegina Players on iLmto team. Ruled off, McOregor and Gilbert. Teeumsehs car is attached to to- night's and they go straight home Miners Lost One and Won One Edmonton, Alta., July bridgo won evening game Saturday I by a narrow margin. The Irishmen nearly tied the score in the seventh! innings, toy three singles and a base on balls in succession. Moran made a spectacular running catch in left. Held, which cut off a three-bagger in the second innings. Grady and Lezie did equally well in the box. McNeil, who has quit the Irishmen, is said to have been signed by Leth- bridge and was expected to pitch the gome tonight; but did not. McGuirv loses one of the best pitchers in the league in McNeil. Sterling is back in A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling linen is obtained with half the toil and half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your clothes. Follow I Lever Eros., Toronto, will send you free, a cake of their famous Plantol Toilet Soap, if you mention this' oa- per. KETCHEL-PAPKE FIGHT San Francisco, July more confident nwn never entered a ring than Stanley Ketchel, champion mid- dleweight of the world, and-Billy Papke, challenger for the title, when they prepared for their 20 round -bat- tlo in Coffroth's Mission street arena today. Though the odds remain 2 to 1 against him, Papko was supremely confident of his ability to knock oir tho champion. No fight since the Burns-Squire: battle and the last two contests be tween Joe Gans and Battling Nelson has attracted so much-attention here AGREEMENT BETWEEN MINERS AND OPERATORS (Continued from Front Page.) the game again, -batting for Parker in the ninth tonight. Box score EDMONTON AB R H 0 O'Brien, ss ;j 0 McGuire, 2b 0 Gragion, lb 3 Brcnnan, 3b 4 Smith, rf 4 Moran, If 4 Parker, cf 2 Grady, p 4. Burridge x l 0 3 0 4 0 10 1 2 0 0 1 7 2 1 0 0 "2 0 0 0 29 2 6 27 14 1 x Batted for Moran in Oth. LETdteRTDGE AB R PI O A E Co.rrigan, cf 3 Cox, If 4 Jack Corrigan, rf 3 Taylor, 3d 2 Kelly, 2b 4 Lynch, c 4 Ton Bell, ss 4 LACROSSE PLAYERS Lethbridge, July 5, 1909. The Herald Sporting Editog: Dear Sir me through, the medium of your sporting columns to appeal to those members of the lacrosse team who played Townsend, Ib Lezie, p 1 10 1 0 32 3 7 27 13 2 By innings Kdraonton 000 000 2 Lethbridge 001 002 3 Summary Sacrifice hits, McGuire 2. Stolen bases, Parker, Grady and Joe Corrigan. Two-base hit, Bases on bulls, Grady 5, I.ezie Struck out, Grady 7, Lczie 7. Left on bases, Edmonton 6 JLethbridge 7 Hit by pitcher, Grady 1, Lezie 1. The afternoon game went to Ed- monton, nine to nothing. In the 6th Killaly took umbrage at a partic- ularly rank decision by Umpire Don- nelly and threw his glove at him. Donnelly, assuming a tragic dignity, ordered Killaly off the ground and Manager contending that (3LOOMERS BEATEN BY PRESS CLUB The Chicago Bloomer Girls came to the city and about six hundrc-d. [ile went 1o the park to sec them play ball against- the Press Club. The boys were very courteous and had it not boon for the four men o{ the Company or who were on the ladies' team they would havo won by a larger margin. For the ladies were winners. Facing them Tute could do none else but hand out compliments and Parsons' fell as-easily. In order to give the [boys u chance the ladies had a n-jale battery -for no gentleman would dare to clout a ball handed up to him by a lady. The Bloomer team was crip- pled, t.wo of the girls being liors de combat, and as a result they had iheir full masculine force of pitchers and catchers in the game. The ladies took an. early lead but faded away, only to come back stronger at the finish. The Press Club finally-won The line-up of the Chicago Bloom- ers }liss 2'o, JVIiss Black If, Baker p, McDonald ss, Miss. Carleton 'lb. Miss Kothwell 3b, Herring c, Miss Ornisby rf, McXamara cf. Press 'Club Muveety cf, Evans ss, llouk c, Nichwison lb. Watson 2b, Gunn Pulley If, Tate p, Parsons p. Umpire, Graham. the umpire's decision was through rong against the Capitals of Kegina that have not returned the uniforms loan- ed by the Ancient Order of Foresters j Football do so at once as j we have a most important game this I week against ,the S. Q. E. and it is j essential that we all our uni- forms to play in. It was an under- j stood thing that when the uniforms were loaned they would be returned immediately, but as yet we are four 'square short of the number borrowed. Play- ers are to return same either to Andy Scott or to Yours sincerely, all piece and refusing to pitcher, the game came to a close, Donelly awarding as aforesaid for default. In future the city amateur league games will be played on the public instead of at the Athletic i Park, and tomorrow evening at 6.30 jihe Press Club and the Y. M. C. will come together there. The Press Club j is now a game in the lead in the league race with the Y. M. C. second S. W. TUCKWELL, j Th6 game will be hotly contested Sec. A. 0. F. Football Club [both teams being anxious to win. A. O. F. FOOTBALL CLUB There will be a full practice of the A. O. F. Football Club on the square this evening to get in shape for the important game against the S. O. E. on Thursday. All players having forms are requested to bring them. BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At Regiua 401 000 5 Brandon 100 000 2 Xeidenieur and Gardner Earl and Stingle. Umpire Dyer. At Winnipeg- Winnipeg 013 1QO 5 Moose Jaw 000 040 6 Spencer and Edmunds Rosevicr and Anthony. .Umpire DuCf. At Medicine Members of the Pit Committee, em- ployed as day men, shall not leave their places of duty during working except by permission of the Pit Boss or Foreman, or in case in- volving the stoppage of the mine. New Work: Whenever any new work arises, a price for which has not .been provided for in this agreement, on the request the minors the Joint Committee of trie Western Coal Operators' .Association and District No. 18 of the United Mine Workers of America shall meet within thirty days after the said request, and ar- range the price. Meantime, and un- til such price has been arranged, all men shall be paid upon the day wage scale. Employees Not Under The following employees are not under the jurisdiction of the United Mine Workers of America: Mine Manager or Superintendent, Overman or Assistant Overman, Fire Bosses, Boss Driver, Stable Boss, Mas- ter Mechanic, Electricians, Weigh- man, Head Carpenter, Tipple or Breaker Foreman, Loader Boss, Night Watchman, Coke Oven Foreman, Out side Foreman, and all other Fore- men, Timekeepers, Coal Inspectors, and Head Lampmen. Construction and Extensive Repairs: It is agreed that all men working on improvements and extensive re- pairs, are not included in the juris diction of the United Mine Workers of America. The erection of head frames, tipples, breakers, washers, buildings, coke ovens, scales, machinery, railroad tracks and switches, etc., necessary for the completion of a plant, aiji be- ing in the nature of construction are to be considered as improvements and extensive repairs, and the em- ployees thereon are to be excluded as GR--K SSY LHKE The Best New Town on the C.P.R. Crow's Nest line Some Things Grassy Lake Has! Two coal mines in operation A first-class brick yard in operation A branch of the Union Bank An up-to-date hotel A practising physician l_ All kinds.of business houses A fine Assembly Hall which is open for engagement Some Things Grassy Lake An elevator iS NOW Getting Town Property-is advancing rapidly. Some business lots are now selling- as high as Buy Lots in Grassy Lake and Double Your Money Business Lots from to Residential Lots from -to For Particulars apply to J. R. PERRY, Jun. Box 411, Lethbridge, Alberta OF WM. SALVAGE Grassy Lake, Alberta Medicine Hat... 100 G Calgary 000 001 3 Xolson and Davidson Standridge YOUNG MALGNcY LOOKS AS IF HE, CAN BOX WELL of the husky young boxers who and Iliscler. Umpire Voss. National At (First game) New York 5 Brooklyn 3. (Second Game) Xew York '2 Brooklyn 1. At Pittsburg 0 Chicago 6. At First" Game Philudolphia 7 Boston G. Second Game L'hiladclphiii u Boston 4. At St. (First Game) Cincinnati IM St. Louis 2. American. At Cleveland- Cleveland 4 Detroit 1. At Chicago- Chicago .0 Si. Louis 4. At Xcw (First Game) Philadelphia New York 2. (Second Game) Philadelphia 7 New York 0. At (First- Game.) Washington J- Boston G. (Second Game) Washington 1 Boston 5. Eastern At Jersey Jersey City Newark 9. At above, when employed on such work only. Check-Off: The Company will give to the Unit- ed Mine Workers of America full rec- ognition, and concede the check-off system, that is to say, upon the in- dividual request in writing of any of the Company's employees, the com- pany shall deduct such monies from their wages each month, as is desig- nated for dues, assessments, fines and initiation fees; in other words the company will retain from the wages due employees, any-sum that they may have given orders upon the Com- pany for in writing, payable to such officers of the United Mine Workers of America, as may be designated in such orders. Penalty For Absence From Work: When any employee absents him- self from his work for a period of two days, unless through sickness, or by first having properly arranged with the Pit Boss, or Foreman, and ob- tained his consent, he may be dis- charged. Any employee whose absence would cause any stoppage of work, must, before absenting himself, pro- perly arrange with, or notify the Pit Boss or Foreman, for, or of their ab- otherwise they may be dis- i charged. Anjr employee, habit- ually, to tho extent.of five days pe earning the minimum wage of per shift, and should the company de- sire to work said place or places, the mine management and pit committee shall examine said place or places, and agree upon a rate to be paid the miner for such deficient work. Fail- ing t0. agree upon such rate, the place, if worked, shall be worked upon the day wage scale for miners. Miners Taken to Do Company Work: The company shall pay the. sum of per day for all miners taken from contract work to do company work. Delivery of Timber: In accordance with the Coal Mines Regulation Acts of British Columbia and Alberta, the company shall, at all times, deliver au adequate sup- ply of suitable timber, rails, ties, planks and sheet iron at the nearest cross cut t0 the face orall raise work- ings, and in places where the regular pit cars go to the working fact, with out being handled by the miners, they shall be delivered on the cars to the working faces; in other places across the pitch, the timber, rails, ties, planks and sheet iron, shall be de- livered at the'mouth of the room. Loading of Coa! from Chutes: ..In pitching seamsj where chutes are used, the company will handle all coal placed in the chutes by the min- ers. Doctor and Hospital Arrangements: The matter of. doctor and hospital arrangements is to be arranged be- tween the employees and the man- agement, and when so arranged, 'the company agree to make the collection for that purpose; this is subject in British Columbia, to the laws of that province. In camps where doctor and hospit-1 arrangements have already been made and arc. satisfactory, the customs pre- Baltimon: 5 Providence Northwestern At Spokane 4 Seattle 5. At Vancouver Tacoma 0. At Aberdeen 11 Portland .1 4. SUNDAY BASEBALL may shortly get a chance to ghow what ho can do in a New York ring is "Tom" Malonoy, who has been box- in? pretty, well recently. He matched. to go with Ladbury ir, one- of tho, uptown clubs, but the match was called off for some reason. Maloney is said to be a good two hand fighter and able to malce some of the men in his class worry a lot to beat him. He" is ambitious and hopes that he will improve enough to got somewhere near the top one of days. National At Cincinnati -1 Pittsburg 2. At Chicago 2 St. Louis American At Chicago 0 Cleveland 3. At St. St. Louis 1 Detroit 3. Eastern At. Rocfcy Point- Providence 2 Baltimore 1 At (First Game.) Newark 4 .Jersey City 1. (Second Game) month, absents himself from work niny be discharged. Penalty for Stoppage of Work: If any employee, or employees, shal cause a stoppage of work, in violalior of this agreement, he or they shal; be subject to discharge by the Com- piny without recourse. Checkweighman: The Company will grant the right to miners, to employ checkweighers. and will grant the checkweighers every fa- cility to enable them to render a cor- rect account of all coal weighed, and will deduct from the wages of all the contract miners, such amounts a j may be designated from time to time, and will pay over the same-to the sec- of the local union for wages such checkweighers. Preferencs of Employment; In case an employee is thrown out of employment, unless discharged, he I shall be given preferezice over new men in Othor mines in the same camp operated by tho same company. j Minimum Rate: J When a miner's working place be- comes deficient, owing to any abnor- mal conditions preventing him from Fig Pills for Faggd People Are the great upbuilding medi- cine of the age. New interest in life -after you've taken a box or two. 25 cents a fiVe boxes for a dollar. Newark 4 Jersey City 3 (11 inning) For wle b? Alberta Drug box or vailing in such camps shall contin- ue. The Joint Committee shall, at their first meeting, provide rules for 'the mode of procedure for the making of arrangements between employees and the management. Store: It shall be understood and agreed that the employees shall be at per- fect liberty to purchase goods where- t-ver they may choose to do so. that the Company shall not ask them to hoist any coal for sale on the mar- ket. Single Shift: The single shift system in rooms and pillars, shall be adhered to as far as practicable. Wet Places: 'A working place in the mine, where water drips from the roof in quantity to wet a man's clothing, or where standing water is sufficient to wet u man's clothing above his knees, shall be considered a wet place; a place where the use of gum "boots will keep a man's feet dry, shall not be con- sidered a wr-t place. Rock Miners: Where a man is continually en- gaged in rock work, where hammer and steel are used, he shall be con- sidered a rock minej, and paid rock miners' wages. If an air drill is used, the driller shall be paid machine runners' wages, and. the helper paid machine runners' helpers' wages; and other men cngag- shall be classed as miners or la- borers as may be. When a man is engaged in work in both rock and coal, if the amount of rock is greater than the amount of coal, he shall be .classed as a rock and where the amount of coal is greater than the amount of rock, he shall be classed as a coal miner. Brushing: When a man is engaged on con- tinuous brushing .either top or bot- tom, using the usual drills, and tools, him, within two days after his stop- page of work. Market Restrictions: It is agreed that District No. 18, of the United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, will not in any way restrict or interfere with the marketing of coal or coke, to any person, firm, or cor- poration. Definition of Schedule Rates: schedule rates ua r i hi-? ir.eiYt .are to be the L um rate but no-thing m agreement he shall be classed as a coal miner; if the brushing is done by hammer and steel, he shall be classed as a rock miner. Timbermen engaged in taking out rock while retimberirig, or repairing, shall not be classed as rock miners. Retirement: Holidays: The following days only shall bo observed as holidays: New Year's Day. May 1st. Victoria Day. Dominion D.ay. Labor Day. Thanksgiving Day. District and International Election Day. Christmas Day. Funerals: In the. event of Where any employee has drawn his time before the regular pay day, ho thereby severs his connection with the company and any grievance he may fiavc, ceases to be a question for con- sideration under this agreement. hinese Labor: The United Mine Workers of Amcri-J ca do not, in any way, prohibit the employment of Chinese in or around tho mines, but where such labor is employed, they shall be paid the scale such work with the following pro- visions, i.e., that where they are now employed at Bnnkhead and niore. present conditions shall not be interfered with in any' way by tho United Mane Workers of America, during the-life of this agreement. Oil: Present conditions to prevail. Pay Day: TIw companies will pay tho regular pay rolls at the several jnines, for shall be construed to prevent the companies from paying higher rates should they so desire. It is also understood that where higher rates have prevailed, no> reduc- tion shall take place. Turn of Cars The companies shall, as far as prac ticable, supply each arid even.' .miner with an equal turn of cars. Backhands: The present practice of working- miners. either as partners, or with miners and laborers, as it exists in several camps at the present time, shall be adhered to. With the following provisions that the clauses in regard to the same. in. tho agreements expiring March 3lst. 1909, will remain in effect. On all company work, the company shall employ such class of men as the work required, and at the rates of wages provided for in this agreement Outside Wages: The outside scale of wages, which governed the parties hereto on March 3lst, 1909, shall continue in effect during the life of this agreement, as per- attached schedules. Inside Wages: The inside scale of wages, which governed the parties hereto on March 1909, shall continue in effect during- the life of this agreement, with the following exceptions Ma- chine men are to be rated at per shift, and Machine helpers. at per shift, and schedule of the agreement 3lst, 1900 is annulled, as per attached sched- ulttS. Contract Prices: The scale of contract, prizes, which g-overned tho parties hereto on March 1900, shall continue in effect during the life of this agreement, as per attached schedules, and that the matter of disputes, in regard to the price on the pdllars at Hillcrest Mine bo referred to the Joint. Committee for settlement, said' committee is to be named at the signing" of this agree ment, and render a decision thereon, immediately. Local Conditions: As per attached schedules. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have hereunto set the hands of their proper officers, this In the. event of an instantaneous a11 wages earned during the previous j ,30th day of J tine, 1909. death by an Occident in the mine, or j calendar month, on the fifteenth of The United Mine Workers outside the mine, the miners under- ground and all other employees, ex- cept in the seam where the accident occurred, shall continue to work un- til the day of the funeral, when it is optional with them whether they shall work or not. Sub-Contracting: No sub-contrac-ting shall be aiiowec in any mine operated by the company, but this shall not apply to the em- ployment of backhands. Employees to Care for Mine: In case of cither local or generni suspension of mining, either at the expiration of this agreement, or other- wise, the engineers, firemen, and pumpmen, shall not suspend work, jut shall, when mining is suspended, fully protect all the company's pro- perty under their care, and operate ans and1 pumps, and lower and hoist iuch men and supplies as may be re- quired to protect the, company's pro- perty, and any and all conl required keep up steam at thp company's plant, but it is understood and agreed each month, if the said fifteenth be a Saturday, and if not, then on tho first Saturday after the ex- cept .in the cases of the fifteenth fall- ing on a Sunday, when the company will pay on the fourteenth. Any employees desiring to leave the service of the company, shall, on his T. C. James. Int. Organizer Vila iiil- reqiiest, be paid all monies duo to ton B. Fuller. of ica. District IS William Powell. President .A. J. Carter, Secretary. The Western Coal Asso- ciation Lewis Stockett, President: C. L. Naismith, Vico-Presideni; 13. S. Whitesides, Secretary. WITNESSES as to all Special orders received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW, Manager Phone 145 ;