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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Silt in-day, .July fi, 1912 f HE 'LIST II BRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page THE LETHBRIDGE PIANO CO. Have decided to close their store, 512-4th Ave., S. Prices on all Pianos Reduc- ed to Cost. 88 Note Player Reg. Pr. Sale Price Morris Piano, Style Louis Reg. Pr. Sale Price Karn Organ Reg. Pr. Sale Price Kara Piano, Style Louis Reg. Pr. Sale Price Duchess Piano Reg. Pr. Sale Price Morris Piano, Style 10 Reg. Pr. Sale Price CALL AND LOOK OVER THESE SNAPS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS TERMS GIVEN ON ABOVE i v -L Instruments Taken in Exchange Karn Piano Case Organ Reg. Pr. Sale Price EDISON RECORDS RAILWAY PROGRAM I FOR THE MINCE i, 1! s Authentic Statement of the f Actual Mileage Now i' Edmonton, July Statistics com piled by IVank Cochiane, Jlimstei o( Kallvvays and Telephones, show that provincial government of Alberta has guaiaaiteed 3081 miles of rail- roads, amounting to Tlie guaranteo per mile langes from ?13, 000 to the laU named figures being foi lines through difficult coun try Premier Sifton announced in Ed monton that %1 miles of nave bo-en built In the province of since June "0, 1910, on which there woie 958 nules in opera- lion The average rate of construe tion has been two miles a day through "out the two yeais The accompanying snmniaiy shows the various lines, with the mileage guaranteed, the guarantee per 'mile, 'and tho total guarantee. Canadian Northern Railway i. Edmonton via Camroac and Calgary Ho Lathbridge, 355 miles; JUOOO guai our sleeves .ire out of place, we reseUthem. If your coats.are broken, down we up and give them ilevv life If yonl gklrhs aro til ,.we guarantee a cure Onr chief surgeons, the best." Our balms 'cure nil evils that wearing apparel-.-is heir to. Patterns .drafted to order.. Also try our cleaning anil pressing department. J. High Liditt' and Men'i Tailon Piom _ and ihe Wttle Bow nve'i southr via Macleod to the mteinational bound- arj, 110 miles, per mile, tq From near Macleod, the boundary, 65 miles, per mile; total, the western boundary, J5 miles, pei mile, total, CaJgaiy via.Cochrano to the east- ern boundary of Mountain Pavk, 50 TOtles; per. .to- tal, Froni near easterly, 40 miles, per mile, total, 000. Morinville-to Athabasca Landing, 72 miles; per mile; .total, 000. From mileage 175 of .the conipaiiy.'! Saskatoon Calgary line to Junction with the Vegreville-Oalgary line, 130 miles; per m.ile; total, ooo. j Grand Trunk 'Pacific RailvVay J From Bickerdikc, southweslcilj, 58 miles; per 000. Tofleld to Calgary to Coiittn, 451 miles, per mile, total, 000. From near Lethbridge to -Jlacleod, 40 miles, per mile, total, Edmonton, Dunvegan Brlvlih Co lumbia Railway Edmonton via Dun vegan to the western boundary, ..350 per mile, total, Canadian Northern Weitern Railway Athabasca Landing to Fort Mc- Murrav. 175 miles; per mile; total, From tW foregoing line east to Lai La Uiche, 40 miles; per mils; total, Athabasca to Lesser Slavo to .Peace. Hirer Xnndlng, 100 miles, per mile; total, SOO.OOO. Ouoway northweslt to River Pass, 250 miles; per, .mile; total, Oliver northwest to St. do Metis, 100 miles; per mile; total, Bruderheim via Vermillion, Wain- wright and Medicine Hat lo the inter- boundary, "'Hi branch northwest of Vormllllon lo the east- ern .boundary, 200 miles; per mile; Calgary the company's Brareau line, 100 mites, per mile; total) Ca-mrose to Alsack, 80 miles, 000 pei jnile, x JOdmonton southwest crossing of Medicine: river .and Brazeau. to Pin- chei Creek, miles, War souih to the Saskatefon Cstlgsry line, 130 miles, per milfl, total Sli William Mackeneie, president of Canadian 'Northern Railway company, announced officially before sailing for London a few dais ago that'all the financing has been done for the completion et the system fiom Montieal to the Pacific coast, aisil that the construction program for 1912 includes 500 miles ot new track In the province of Albeita T K McLennan, secretary Ireasuiei of the Edmonton, Dunvegan and Bnl- ish Columbia Railway company, re ports that steel laying on that line vv ill begin m a shoi t time Grading outfits are spread out ovei a stretch of 65 miles, witli 200 men and 100 teams at work Steel will be ''uJ to Athabasca Landing, 1JO miles, this year. NEWS FROM 2-12 PAROLE MAN ON THE RAMPAGE SMASHED WINDOWS AT BELLE WILL NOW SERVE ALL Beltane, Supt P.nmrose, ol Hit R X W M P spout Tuesday m town Shearer and 1 Steele leit yes- terday foi Kipp, where the) have se- cured woik in the coal, mines Constable Ysphm, o[ the, R N M. P., hos been moved to Twin Lakes Corp Wilson, of Pmcher Creek, cases poor wages were the cause of degradation Thirty Cents a Day7 Delegate Pettipiece stated that some gills were engaged on the piecewolk system in several factoues, and it was a notorious fact that thev. re- ceived as low as thirty cents (or one day's Ubor hours There were thousands of girlt. working In this city for less than IT a week. One large store was only -paying the jfrlB 60 a week s Mr Wilkinson again rose, slating that Hie object of this resolution wa> to see il'the various associations were really Interested'in the women mil girls Right down at the bottom at all they might discover that the employ- ers who paid such wretched to then employees were closely idon- lifted with these asuociatmrB They gave the City Council and these uio- ciations the fair chance to open an vestigation, which, if carried would at least be of an educational value. Profit Llei In the Seed There are few dltlonal labor expended In prenuiBC the teed bed.would n.ot yield bud- some returni It costs about 15 eenU per acre to harrow and SB cents per acre to Jand. For one dollar land 'can be double disced and harrowed twice One bushel of wheat or barley, two bushels ot coin, or one- bait bushel of flax, increase per acre will pay for this extra labor. Donald Gunn, aged 75, Haldimand township, was, killed by a tram near Colborne. "Always Popular Because the Quality is the Best" Rochon's Ice Cream Parlors Afternoon Light Lunches and Choice Con- fectionery. Music every afternoon by Gaskell's Orchestra, from 4 to 5. ;