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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta a* l- t - - announces to hit old friends DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Oltce-Ot,t Work. Hourt-11:00 to J2:00 noon; 3:00 to 5:00 p. n.f 7:30 to 1:30 p, m, 'tVlephnnfH-Ofllce 66. Itf�hl�>fie� 18S1 and customers Ht has opened a [General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.rt House DR. C. G. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AWD SURGEON Oflfc* aver IflfftabothanVft Drug Store PlMMie Oflko 125. ttouite 94* OlAoc hours-0 to 11 a.m.. 1.J10 to 4.tM> p.m., 7 to 9 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Bcdpith St. cor. Btmlolt. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-8 p.m., 7-8 p. tn. Suiidayt-2.SN) to 8.30 p. tn. Telephone 41. BARS BOYS UNDER SIXTEEN Of Interest to From Working in Coal Minn is the Desire Not Only ri tke Operators the Farmer but the Miners-Other Important St||estlMS Offered to the Coal Commission. Phone 143. Drg. Office-1. D. block. Office at the Coaklale Hotel, | Office Hours-Letbbriritte. McClure oft Stewart ftt'KGEON DENTJISTfl Higinhotham's new 9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to o p.m. Synopsis of the Crazing Regulations for Utc Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. OraKing lease* of Dominion !-4HhIr unsuitable for Agricultural purposes may ha secured in that portion of to* Province of Atlmrta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Town-ship 28 ��d tn the Southwestern por- the I'rovlncs of SmsWntrh-- DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Conldule, Room 12 Office Hourt 9-12, 1*5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc F.dmonton, .July 17.-"Boys under sixteen yenrs nf age nhould not Ih� employed in , con I mine." Thnl tlcc In rut ton wns made by hoth operators nnd miners to (ho Coal Commission, rp in that afco growth nm) development was rapidly mkingplnce and the hoys needed the fresh nlr and sunlight. Kmployment under* ground. pt'lur to that nge would result In stunted growth nml physh-ul \wakn�Hw*s. It wan clour, however, that very tew under the bkv of six-t�vn worked in the mines of Allvrta hut �s the regulations permitted It, it was urged most strenuously Hint the limit should he ad\aiK*ed to sixteen years. There \n another nrgu  meal in favor of ihlH age limit and that in that it wilf enable a hoy tn serum a g�ut In the great majority of Inst a no* the whole trend of tho j ! Iwj.vk in a mining on mo is towards vinphynient in the mine. Ami just here while on this* subject of working in the mines it is worth mentioning that two medical in^n of wMfexfierienre in signing camps loUl the (Commissioners that thu general health of miners was real good, hotter on the average than nny other class of men. freezing explosive In extstotny the operators ought to how sense en* ough to iiws it as a protection to their men. The only suggestion as to leglsln -tlon offered by tho operators was that unions should be Incorporated. The reason advanced wns that at prasent an agreement with the union waH not worth tlw paper/it wns writ ten on ns the unrion wns not n ,to sponsil |e Imdy accordingMo law. If it wns incorprratod theti it would I e on t�he Hnnie Iwxis a� the imor -t>oruted company and would ln� PKD. (farmers' Advocate.) _ j Kvery stockman is familiar with the skin disease cnllevl 'catHo tmingi** or 'cattle itch' (I'sorptic tnangnMe in possession at the end of throe years of on� head of cattle or flve head of \ I FJigincers and Surveyors I In Hritish folum-bin the Mine Inspector's ivport, at leost a summary of it. is required to l�e posted in � conspiettotis phio* so that the mine** enntvud it �ih! leconu? acxpiainted with t*lie conditions In tint mine tin t'be InKjNTior /ound thetu. In Alberta all the Inspector does at present is lonke out his ivport and send tt to the |)epniiuu'nt of I'uhHc W��rks. The own un* not given t he I least ideu of the ltih|>eetor's mine. It seems to le important that 'the man alio has to work in the i F. T. BREWER Ffttnaral Director and Embalmer sheep for avcry 20 acre* lea sex I, and \ IXTHBMDGE. ahall maintain stock In this proportion during the continuance of the lease. 8hefp*grar.ing I* permitted on only portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the shwp grazing districts nmy he secured on application to the Secretary ( the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY, of the Minister of Interior. ALBERTA W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Pnpor Co., Age"* f�r NoUon & Co.1 a Wintlowphanio, tho ntotlern translucent glaat tlecoration. IjCstvts onlnrs lit Luthbruluo Hotel. ! mine tlav In ainl tlay out, should In* uai get out and spend their money over the t*ar nnd it usually takes all the next day to remove the big head and had tame. Drop .Into a coal mining camp at any other time thnn the pay day period and you v * 111 decide there is less drinking and disorderli-ness thun In towns where- temperance sentiment, is supposed to I** w�|l grounded. The miners are eager fev a semi-monthly pay. In many of the mining camps a cash system has been established by the merchants and the nUners say. with wages coming only once a month, they cannot avail themselves ns well of the cash bargains as they could if they received their.wages twice a month. The op -era tors object to n semi-monthly pny lx*cause it would create another two days vacation- suciuas now occurs at , the time of the monthly, pny. This : cuts off the output of the mine, as j every day the n>in�> is not working i mwin* sp much unminert coat. This is the situation in a nutshell and tbe public can decide tn their own minds which is the preferable nystv*m. The W. C. T. U. a. C. MOORE Deputy N. n.-1-..uiliorlwd pub1k�tlon of j Director and Embalmer this advertisement will not be paid' w  for, Oflsta-Next to Presl yterian Church. Phoae 102. Residence l.*td. General Teaming. Lethhriilge* Lodge No. 2. k When you require j'our gartlena ploughed, your yarda  denned up, sallara dug, or any other teaming Jone, SEE US, or phone 201, or drop a post card in the office, your order will receiveonr prompt attention. COAL mufttbe paid (or an delivery. Residence mid stable east of the barracks. WTM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge 1.0. Meets In Oddfellows' Hall ever* Prlriftjr teblfiR at 8.00 o'clock. VUltlng brethren are stws�� welcome. C. V. Bennett, E.V. Dooley, KG. Hec. Sec WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets lu Oddfellows1 Mall e a? second and fourth Ttiursda?. Visitors always welcome, Ufa* J Stafford. Annie Davles ; ci�nsummo oC the opera*ors t�n the grountl that it would bo a barrier 10 the oagage  1000*1 of suttu'fent labor to o|>erate the mines. At present, they said. It Is dilTicult to secure sulUcient labor of any kind in the mines. That was the reasou tliey had1 to etuphiy so many untrained foreigners and they nrfriKxl that conditionK would Iw ovti-enu'ly serious if examinations had to l�e |�uks4mI heft m a man could \ s4�cu!v work. It might nvan that skilU-d labor, for that would lw the i\x|iiiiviiient imdcr an exairtinulioni stipulation, would Iv s�� scarce that coal enough to nie.�t the requirements of the pufjde could not l>e pnalueed. | The threat was also nu\de that any fogislntion curtailing th�� prodticiinn \ VICTIM OF CIGAIIKTTRS Pitiful l>eyond the power of- words to express, is the short, hut remarkable story of l�-year�ol,d llerlvit Secrest, who died, says the Detroit Kroe Press, o victim, according to his own death-lied siateaient of over indulgence in the deadly cigarette. Brighter by fur than the average'-^ 'wv|oM� boy of his age. Herbert progressed j1* Mvn ,hal *^,n fro,� Were it not for the mite causing mange, the winter morlulUy aiming tin? range cattle wruld Im� itwluco*! to one-tenth cf what it is ut present and the eaorim>\iH loss in welglu anil condition which every a (Tec lei I herd now suffers during the winter months would l>e correspondingly decreased. This statement is Imsvd upon act -ual facts as observed by the writer] and by prominent stockmen, aho \ for years have dipped tholr cattle. ' What is gained by dipping?. As long as the grass is green ami full of nutrition, it is difficult for either of the above mentioned ftara -sites to gain nny headway. It is, however, n tnlsinke to sup|H>se that they are not prewnt on the cattle in summer-time, although �the numlier of cattle affected, and -the nuttdier of J parasites present, aiv vvry much ] smaller than in winter time An u rule, however, n sutllcient numJh*r survive the summer to carrv the In- ! feet ion on to the following winter. It is n well-known fact that thegret�n : grass will improve nearly every cast* of mange or lousinc***, out not all of , them. It requires, ut least, one uainth. ami ftwpiently two months, after the appearance of the grt*eti grass in spring, before, u timtigy t r lousy herd liegins to look vhrlfty. This |>eri(m| of one or two months is practically lost in rocupenvtion anil not until nUntt (�no-thlrd of the summer is pasmnl tlo the cattle U>-gin to grow nnd put on flesh in excess of, their weight and condition of It will, therefore. I L �' h i\ 1 ^ r t J-" H f Lj > F 7 1 - r1 Provincial Lumber 4 fannfac'g. LUl., Manufactiirors, Jobbers und Deulvrs General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE RETAIL Lumber. Doors, Sash, Moulding Turnings. Sbingle. Lath, Cfottar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. TRY WM. OLIVER 1 1 -FOR- Everything required in the construction of * Building, Lumber nnd nil kind* of Mill Work Do not send all your utonev to Calgary and C ran brook. Holp to build up Lethbridge a nil a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Pinning and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards nnd Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 158 i rapidly in his studies at school until he wan 14 years old. he passed his sister. Nellie, who was two years his senior, and who started nearly jtwo years ahead of him. His physical health was normal and his health seenu-d excellent, tun 'suddenly his growth stopped. nnd though he studied hard he hecume iinnhle to master his lessons. His sister Nellie overtook und passed of the mines would necessitate an hlin- The lttd ,,ecunw �nd advnni-e in the price of coal to the [dull...and finally �|0tvlopecl a real dis SAVE MONEY NOW - Court Star of LethbrWge, No. 8095 1 cait tull yon lots now in A. O. F. Men. Ul tnd an! Hon-e met hy a direct denial from Herhert. Shortly l>efore his death Sunday, I mange cattle will U� nhte at h*aKt to hold their oam thnuigh the winter and will In* in condition to put on nVsh from the moment the fre^h grass appears (n Kprinjr. Any herd which at the present time ih afWtevI with either nmngk! , as their condilion aill allow. .Steer cattle, and hulls amy U� dippt*d at time, as long as the wmither is not too severe, while the brooding slock nuist waK until the calves are drop-|�ed. The entire herd should then he dipped again in the fall, just l**fore cokl weather sets in. If this is repeated for two or three years, it is sa/e to predict that the infection will l>e entirely eradicated from> all ranges whore it in nt*t constantly renewed hy ihe introduce ion 'of infected stock. Burns Co. Ltd. BUTTER any i i We have sueceeded in placing our contruet with the Allier-tn (lovernment Creamery for our entire supply this seasou. With our special cooling facilities we are enabled to supply our customers with a No. I grade article, and we therefore iuvite your orders with a guarantee that we can give satisfaction. First shipment just arrived. (Jive us a trial order. A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Cleaning far away from tho working places Jh*' saUI t0 doctor: "It's cigar-Pressing jtha-t the men lose a lot of tlm� in etXe*- 'ono wil1 know now- 8onwtln�s Ladies'Tailor-made Skirts to mea-|nJ>(.rator to hnve the timiiwr pintvd sure, and for Crown Tailoring Co.'u8 conveniently as possihie to Your own material made up. i w4iere the men are working ami to Repairing Altering j the general puhlic this will (MH>m a raasrs �l%o W. F. RUSSELL Rcttl Estate Agent Tabor, Alta Fresh Strawberries Cherries, Pineapples PAN ANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. Bowman Agency IOE CREAM, ICS CREAM SOPAS AND SUNDAES AT Real Estate. Loan* Insurance. EstnbliahtHi 1891 Phatie Ol\m KEAN'S Opposite P. 0. 'Phone 98 Post Block Ltthbridga | ity of the tltnu�rs ensures steady J work for the miner and n greater output of rnnl fur the 0|>erator, whemis the loss of time through Ihaviuj; to carry the tinvliers lon^ dis-Jlunces seriously after is the coal pro-|during caparit.v of a miuer. 'Explosives are not kept in isolated places. Thoy are fis.\ the nature of the evidenre which is now t*oing n'; ]-,w-'- ;