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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Sunshine no BENDINqj>OUBLE AND I'OKING AROUND TWe ashpit WITH a SHOVEL TOGET THE ASHES OUT OF THE SUNSHINE. The Sunshine is furnished with a good, big ash-pan. All you have to do is to grasp two strong, firmly attached, always-cobi, bale handles and the large, roomy ash-pan easily comes out. A minute or two is all it takes to perform the operation. All the ashes are in the pan, too. Because they are guided into it by means of ash-chutes attached innnediately below the fire-pot. Sunshine is the simplest, easiest-managed, cleanest kind of a furnace. You don't have to wear overalls and a smock when attending to the Sunshine. If your local dealer doe not handle the "Sunshine" write direct to us for Free Booklet. LONDON, TORONTO, MONTRfAi. WINNIKC^ VANCOUVER. ST.JOHN.N.B. HICK & WAKELY, Sole Agents A Name tacu with the womlprfiil growth of Al -Ijcrta, the ItoH iwoplo have rested th-eii; onrs, Ivliovirg I hoy huf iriMiiigration to new tc.wn.'i aiwl villages. "What nonsense" they c.vclaimwl. "Why should we oHtahlish a system at any point in Alberta or any other province unless ve are gimranteen the monopoly, i't uierelj^- cau.seo-fore. many and mtiny the time, but they never aniounteil to anything- merely a bluff to hcodwink the electors. on a ay fol-iho the the nut Tiu'e passetl on its stonily coui-se aiKl the Ik'll people soon learnwithat t\w Allierta government wa."? unlike other governments. They saw that Hon. Mr. C'u.shing, who had the work in. charfeo, was in eariiost about gov-erniiipiil telephones. Lines wore already being built and as sed his eyes, looked ahcut and saw the new.s wos true and imineiliatoly began to yet busy. "The line from Calgary to Lethbriilge will bo coniplettsi nt unce" we are told. This line had lief the business. Semi-ready Tailoring is expressive. It means "almost ready-can be finished to measure in two hours/* It means, further, that men*s clothes are made on the Physique Type System, which ensures a correctly designed codt for every shape of man. ^ " Semi-reatly" has attained sucli prcstigt among geatlc' men who dress well that it is a name to conjure with -and buyers have to be on their guard against clothiers who have a painful absence of busioeM scruples. f Tkf wiy la l�ow  real "Smt-MUy" it to look for tki* TraJ* M�fl Mwa sa ik* intij* pockti of ;oort." If be will uqt letve you with our gow'.s'wriU; to the factory, giving the grocer's name, and lei; us seiul you a trial package at our expense. No danger of that. The govern -nient has too much confidence in the intelligence of the people of Alberta to believe for anionwnt that the last minute enterprise of the Bell Co. will attract support away frotn the tjovcrninent system. Tl*e fieoplevill surely see that the Ball Co. activity would never have bjeen more nol-ice -able than the riplcts crenteerta where the .1^11 |)eople ha\'�l�oen interested enough in the fnrmerH to erect lines along the concession roads in onler that the nwn wlio uiw tlw bone and .s-inew of this provincecould l..e piovided with one of the groat advantages ot modern times. It will puj' the pi'ople of Alberta to staiul loyally by the IVople's Telephone Sjstem, in preference to a monopoly that lacked enterprise up until the People's System was propcsed. ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. PaOTOBY at CaLUARV, Ar.BERTA A . � , AA.: A little bir* from Ontario informs me that the resign�.�ion ot Hon. Wiu. Paterson from the Lil>ei-al gov-ernnv.-nt at Ottawa nueans that he will succeetl Sir William Mortimer Clarke as Lieutenant Governor cf Ontario. Vou can take the report for what it. is worth. Bfr. Paterson nccompaniod Sir Wilfrid Lourier to Evdinonton nt tlie tinw ol tlw Pro -vince of /Wjlx-rtn. lielng inaugurated. At al]out the sanw time ns the Albortii UoMi Commission was hold � ing its sessions throughout tlie province a* Minor's F.ight Hour Day Com mittoe was preparing Hb report (or the British Oovominent. Fi'om the investigations of 'this comnvitteo it appears that the averago tinic from bonk to hank in all the coal mines of Great Britain is 0 hours and 3 minutes, 'liut the Actual averages worked vary from (1 hours, 49 minutes in Durham to 9 hour8 57 nkin-ut�s in Monouthshire for all clastes of uirdcrgrouml workers. When al -lowunco is made for customai^ weekly cr fortnightly totalstop daysahd short ilays the average theoretical week's work all over the countrj' is 49 hours, 53 minutes, which is not greatly in excess of a steady sis days a wock at eight hours a day. Working miners in .\Uierta, even at pre-sent, wouhl not averago any longer hours than these. It is figured in l!:ngland that th� reduction of tinte to a legnl eight hour tkvy would make a diflference, customary stops and short 4lays remaining as they are. of 10.27 per cent. The opera -tcrs figured that the loss in hours would ivducc the coal outpuy by twenty-six million tons a j-onr. The commrttee, ami It is worthy of n>en-tion that the members are nearly all scientific men who have given cool mining careful and thoughtful study, do not accept this conclusion of the oiMirators because they find that the actual average of working hours is 13.30 jier cent less than the theoretical or 4a hours i:i minutes, which gives an average of a little over si�ven hours tor six days in a week. 50 really under an eight hour day law the oiwrators would be faring fully ns Well as at present. Since Alberta is to have an eight hour hankto bank law it will interest the people of this province to learn the reasons advanced by the nnerVsh comniittee of investigation in favor ot such a law in (ireat Britain. 'J'hc comntittee believed tlie passage of" such a law would have, mitigating effects such as an improvement in the efflciency of la^jor, iniprovemsints in the mechanical cviuipments ^if the mines, an e.vtension of the use of Intjor Raving niflchincry, an exten -eton o( the multitude shift systent and some increase in the existing flow of outside labor to the mines. This commission found very much the same as the Alberta commission that the general health of miners was gOi>d and they do not think i>.>duced hours would bring ahout any ntarked change in that respect. This comnvittee thinks an immediate advance in prices, wages and demand for labor would fol  low the adoption of the law. An eight hour law in .\lberta will make Very little change in conditions at the mines for, as a matter of fact, nearly every large mine in this province works on the eight hour ilay basis. It is worthy of note that an eight hour law for nviners was adopted a tveek or so ago in the French Cham-\yev of Deputies. Tlie settlei'9 in the Peace River dist would necessitate the expenditure of a lot of money hut it would socn he amply repaid by the incoming of settlers. Xothing wiould atttract them more than the fact that the telegraph was hero to keep them in touch wrth the outer world. As a nutter of fact people in possession ot such conveniences as the telegraph f net telephone feel that they are as well off as the folks in the long iwttled comimunit -ies and consequently art more contented with their lot. One is not dreaming when he figUKs that the Government Telephone System will in a few years, in all iiltelihood, be connected with Athabaska Landing, which until recent years was looked upon 08 an outpost of civilization. And from there its wines will be stretched to the now settlements along the fertile plains of the Peace Hiver. As nearly every one knows land witnin a radius of four miiles at least of the city limits has been surveyed and sold to people who figure that Edmonton is going to be a second Winnipeg right away. Bdmonton is not the oqly city in Western Canada that has been pushing suburban property to the front. Everything looked rosy towards disposing of mc�>t of this outside stuil until the money markvt tightened up. S^ince that tiiiie real estate has been the deadest line ot business in the west. A. York, who had made a heap of money in Edmonton real es-iote looks for the market to bo very slowi for the next two years. The prices of inside property are not high but^utsido stulf was held at tou i^lg a figure and must come down Mr. York's conclusions in regard to Mmonton can lje applied to nearly every place in Western Canada where there hns Ixwn a boom ffnd people's InKiginations circled around the idea that their abode was to be a ci>ty of half a million in the next morning. Mr.Ycrk figures that Edmonton will te on a sounder foundation when the drop in outside real estate conies. CHARLES BUNN OUT ON BAIL. Charles Bunn, arrested some time ago at Athahasca I.Anding and held on a charge of asmult rlth intent to do bodily harm to .Ichn Pruden, has lioen released on $5,000 hail. The row, it will be ronvinibered, was the rcsuH of a dispute lietween Hislop and Nagle'h men,prior to leaving for their northern trip. Owing to Pru-den's condition, from tha hlow of an axe in Runn's handf>, the case eould not lie set down lor trial at the present sitting and may not comt: on till next January, owing to the ah-senec of many of the nitneeses in the north. Should it lie heard earlier it will likely be at the rsquest ot the crown for a special silting of the Supreme Court. Amcndmemb to Statutes Under the title'of the Statute Law .is umtor regulations and conditions impos(ani�s. HHhcrto tho inoxim.uiu fee for foreign conipniiios wiis. $330 and frequently domestic coiApanie.s had to pay more than thai nuiount. BiaOTUV REI'HOVED. Pr. Sproule anil I'dI. .Snnil Tlii.s^hps, speaking at Vancpiiver at o ineotiny of the Orange Ornnd Ijoilgio, nddtfi fuel to the firo of bigotry nml race pivjudice, which they coiviinuiiily keep {burning. Waxing cloriui.mt in tho miidst df his frlunds, Dr. Spmule, M P., i:o�cliidenccK niith His Holiness, lend credence to the suspicion that a deal was about to Ik tiia^le." Following this came ihe gtillnnt Gol. Sflm liiuglMw, who liiiil nll/sgw' in PnrliamL-n( 'that 'tho FiNJiich clergy who were coming to tho IVinvinion "Weiw o cursa to tho country." This insult to tlw clergy ho ie|m-iiltril nt VancoMwr, saying he ha�l not, and did not intend to tnNe Imck one vonl of It. At a Ijibordl picnic iii We.st Ijomb-ton Hon. Mr. Ayle.sworth floli\eivcl a. sovoro nrralKiunent ot th� Constnvn-tlve |>arty, repiesentwl by Di". Sproule and Col. ShiU Hu^tes. Ue dopi)yated tho kwcping ali^-c of race Iirojii'dico by .such men. '"Tliey are a disgrac.i to the Conservative party,' said he. Not content with slaniler -ing the French priesthood, the Min-istier of .lustico puintail out that Sir Wilfiifl Ivauiier had lx^en assailed be-' cause he had paiti a vfsit to thtt head of hi.s church. Mr. Aylcsworth iwr^iii-ed ot his hoaivr.s whether ho would he criticized if he cho.se to iruiko a (fiendl.y visit to Dr. Car -man. This unansweralilo logic ap -pealed strongly to tho electors, both at North York nml We.st Lan�btc�. liElUlO.V AND WARNOCK. . it is very genorayy expected that n dominiQti election will ilie held some time llie coming year, prolmlily in the fall. Jn view of this, one hears, now da.vs'considerable talk of;'pros-; liecti^'o candidates for tho Houh�> of Convmuns. It is conceded, that .lohn liorrrtn will ho the Conservative candidate to succ-eeil himself. As to tho I.i'hcral Candida to, the iiniu'ession appears to prevail tlKit Dr. Warnock of rincher Cixxik will bo tho num. It" upiHuirs to be tho almost univers.!!' opinion among Ijiljcruls thot Dr., Warnock is not only tho most available man hut that he would make'> the .strongest c�mli