Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mtttttufmris+m Sunshine ^ Furnace NO BEND INQDOUBLE AND t'OKt>?G AROUND THE ASH-tHT WITH A � SHOVEL TO GET TIIR 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-cool, bale handles and the targe, 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 immediately 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 does1 not handle the "Sunshine" write direct to us for Free Booklet. MXlarys LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPfG, VANCOUVER, ST.JOHN. N.B HICK & WAKELY, Sole Agents Bell vs. Government Telephone Lines The Eight-Hour Mining Day (Special to Herald.) I'dinotilon, July 1 7.-Tin' lletl Telc-�Itone Co has Iti'ii awakened from ts si u in I ims. The aggressiveness Of tho Pro\lminl (lovernment in Introducing I hi' government telephone service in tlilViviit parts of the province is to hlain.' f.ii- I In- arousing of the big corporation from its long sleep. The Hell Cn has (von really sleeping too. While every other business has Iwii working overtime to keep pace with the wonderful growth of Al bertn. the Hell |>eople hnve retted on their, ont'v, tvtii'VitiK they hud a cinch" and so they thrust nwny nil suggestions that they should follow the rush of inanimation to the new ti wns nixl villages "Whnl lion-sense" they vxclitlmed. "Why should we establish 0 system tit on.v point In Allxn'in or imy other province unless ve are guaranteed ul least 1(10 per cetrt on our investinent at the very start'" "us the tpiery the monopolist put to thenwelves. Hut just about this time along ciline the AlU'i'in gov eminent with its policy of .owmmtttt phones Kven ilia I announcement did not awaken the monopoly, it merely caused it to lie slightly nMless Put it soon returned to Nemo Li lid again. It hud heard of guvel'iilih'ht telephone policies lie-foi>'. im.iiin and many the time, hut they ii.-xer iiin.KititI to anything- merely n tdtifl to In imU ink the elee-tors A Name to Conjure With. Tint' pass,Nl on its sternly course and the IV 11 people soon Icumedthat the AM"-!!.! yoveimiK'iit was unlike other governments. They snw thitt Hon Mr fu�hini*. who had (he work in charge, was in earnest about government telephones. Lines wviv nl-tvudv being '"lilt and ns stmri est hat lieus wtis sounded in the ears of the ksleeping corporation the Dig Fellow 'nwoke with n start He rultUsI his e.\es. lookisl alii ul and saw the news was true and iniiiXNliiiiely Ik^jhii li> Kt't busy The hue from Culgnry to l�.|hl.n.ti;v will bo comidetisj nt once" we tire told This I in.' had Iavu on its weary way for over a vi'lir Other extensions inia Allerta luisii�,~ipl� of this province to l"nrn the reasons ndvnnccd hy the l^tngl.islt committee of investigation In lnvor of such n law in Ureal llritnln. The commit iiv lelievisl the passage o/ such n Inw would have mitigating effects such ns nn improvement tit the cHlcloncy of InlMir. itiH>roveiiti>ttts in the utechnnicnl e�iuipiiH'nts .if the mines, nn ex-tension of the use of Inlnir saving machinery, an exton-' slon of the mult Hilda shift sysHeut nnd souk* increase in tho existing llow of outside Inhor to the mines.1 'litis commission found wry tmich | the so toe ns �the Alheitn com-j mission thnt tlte general health I of miners was good ami they �do not think i\sluc��d hours would tiring nhout nny marked chnnge in that respect. This committee thiitks nn inmtodiate ndvnncc in priivs, wages and demand for labor would fol -low the adoption of the Inw. An eight hour Inw in Alherta will make Wry little change in conditions at the mines for, ns n matter of fuel, nearly every large mine In this province works on the eight hour day basis. Ik-euiiv it imagines thnt l>y so doing lit will lighten the (.'i.v.'i nn>.'iO out ul the business flj Semi-ready Tailoring is expressive. It means "almost ready-can be finished to measure in two hours/' It means, further, that mens clothes are made on the Physique Type System, which ensures a correctly designed coat (or every shape of man. '' Semi-ready" has attained �uch prestige among gentlemen who dress well that it in a name to conjure with -and buyer* have to be on their guard against clothiers who have a painful absence of business scruples. JTbt w.y to Itsow � r�l "Stm-t*Uy" it to lauk lot lki� T(�J* Mttk mi as tk� intuU puil�i of *v( tln> |m>op|e of Alln-rta to ts-liete lot ainolil.'lit that the lust liiillille elitel'priM' of the I lei I Ci will tit I rail support nwny from the lioxeitilih-lit system TIk> |m'iiplev ill surely >*� that the IJ.'II t'o. activity would never have l�vii inoie notice -able than tlx1 riplets crenlml by a pel.l.le thrown into the Atlunl ic hud 1 '��*'* it not lus-n for the cntmnce of the ki vernui.'Ut into the tiusiness in or-del to bring to the do.us of the citizens of this province this very grunt convenience. The people must not for-|.'ol this fact when the I ti-11 Co is trying tti ding into their e,irs the liwrlls of (heir system. l>o not lie hoixluinkisl. Ij'l mK your mind for-get thnt the Albertn llovernnvnt is preparing to give or has nlr.-ady given a sort ice to t�i\vns like I'itveher fitt-k, Mncleuil, t'olenuin, Frank, lllnlrmore. t'owley, Hiinn, f'oehruiv. Stottler. Alix, Ciimrose, llnyslnnd, Ituwlf. Llioilininster, \egrevilk>. Vermillion nnd Fi rt Saskatchewan. These places would have Imvii without uny phone connection with the outside world hiwl it not lieeii for the government. Again the govern -inent is not only providing tele|ihoue (or tlie touns uudlcilies ami villngos bat il is going to erect rural lines, so that every farmer in Alheiia will Ik- in a position to posse** a plume in his home. I>ig divp into your iiK'iuory and try to HihI u case in Al-Is-rttt where the Hell |i.Mple ImVeUvn intere^tisl eniiiiMli ill the fanners to erect |�ij:-k nlntig tin hi oilier tbut the mi'ii In ill.- and sinew of thin It is worthy of note ihut an eight hour Inw for miners wut> adopted n wis-k or so ago in the French Chunils'r of Deputies. Tlw> sx�tt|em in the l\-nce Hiver Ulintrlct ure |h>titioning for the ex Itension of the flnver.mnimt 'IVIograph Systom to -tho northern BOttlenxiits According .to this rixpiest would ne-ivssitate tin* expenditure of a lot of money but it would soi.n lie limply tepulil by the incoming of settlers. Nothing urfiuld abtrnct thorn morv thun the fnct that tho telegraph was hen* to keep them in touch with the outer world. Ah a matter of fnct people in possession of such conveniences us the totegruph �wk telephone that they are us well oft as the folks in the long settled conununit ies nml cortftexiuvntly am more contented with their lot. One is not dreaming when ho figures that tho Dovernmont Telephone System will in a few .wars, in all likelihood, be connected with Athubunk� landing, which until recent years was look**! upon us an outpost of clvillzution. Ami from there its wires will bo st refilled to the now settlements along the fertile pluin* of the Peace Hiver. I, Success: of Afternoon Teas Depends to a great extent on tho duiitty ten t-ake us well us the cup of apuuiul blend tea. You always feel that your visitors are pleased when you serve an A. B. C. Society Tea Cuke because you know that our goods ure the best in the West and ure absolutely pure. Look for the BLUE & GOLD LABEL on every box. Don't 1�-1 your grocer humbug you with '-something just ;jood." If he will not Berve you with our gootV write to tho factory, giving the grocer's name, and lot us semi you a trial package at our expense. ADWiEsa ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. Dept. 334 Factory at Calgary, Alberta a aa l.e provided with one ui I lie great udvanlugos of modem times. It will pay the people of Alberta to stand loyally by the IVople's Telephone System, in prefei-enre to a monopoly I lint lucked enterprise up until the IVople's System was propi sed. A little hirft from Ontario informs me that the resignation of lion. Win. I'liteisoii from the Liberal gov-eilinu-Ot at Ollawa 10.111ns thai he will Kiiii'eed Sir William Morliiunr t'lurke as l.ieuteiiani (ioveruor if Ontario. Vott can -tiiko tlu> report for wluit it is vorth. Mr. I'utorson nrcomiKiniod Sir Wilfrid l^iurier to lOdmooton nt the ilmo of I lie Pro vince of .*�l,liertn being lnaiigurnled At about the m\mo time as tho Alberta foul Commission was hold ing its wsbioiiH throughout the province n' Miner's F.ight Hour Day Com m'ttou was preparing its report for the HritUh Government. From tho imcHtigntionti of this conuuittou It oplM'iirs thu-t tho average time from hunk to bank in nil the rout mines of (Irent Hrilnin is 0 hours und � minutes, 'but tho Actual overages worked vury from (1 hours, 49 minutes in Durham to U bourn ,*>7 minutes in MonouUisliiro for nil classes As nenrly every one knows land witnin a radius of four miles at least of the urty limits has been surveyed und sold to people who figure thnt Kdmontnn is going to lie a second Winnipeg right away. VXImonton Is not the only city in Western Canada thnt has boon pushing sub-urlnwi property to 'the front. Everything looked rosy towards disposing of oust of this outside stuff until tlwj money market tightened up. Since that t'lme real estate has tienn the deadest line of business in the west. A. York, who had made a heap of money in Edmonton real es-concession roads Mute looks for the market to ho very who aiv thujslowi for the ne*t two years. The province! nuld | prices of inside property are not high bni^ititsidi) atull was held at ton big u figure and must coma down Mr. York's conclusions in regard to Im law ui ton can be applied to nearly exery place in Western Canada where there has U-en a boom �Tnd people's iiimginntions circled around the idea that their ubode was to lie a city of half a million in the next morning. Air.Virk figures that I^hnonton will Le on a sounder foundation when the drop In outside real estate comes. CIIAKLF.S MINN OUT ON HAII Charles Hunn, arrosted some time ago at Athalwsca landing and held on a charge of asnault with 'Intent to do bodily harm to .!p-uty sh.-rllts vlrtuglly means that ev-|ery fair sized community will -have such nn ofllclal. The government Is lessening the ex-liens** if litigation in another re s|�H*t. Another amendment provides (hat when a |>erson in one Judicial district wants to enter nn action against a person in another JudleUi district he can issue his writ in his Judicial district and the clerk can send It to die sheriff in tlie other district to be served upon the de fendnnt. This prevents a big bill of costs being piled up by the lawyers, t'nder the old system lawyers, for instance in Calgary, sent the writ to lawyers in Wetaskiwin and hod them Issue it in the latter Judicial district end as n result lawyers fees had to lie paid nt both points. Now this procedure can be conducted by the clerks of the courts nod the sher ItTs without the extra expense of the litigants. Clerks of tin* Court, It itwiy also lie pointed out, are paid n stated salary and not by fees as was formerly the case. Another amendment that when the Legislature In prorogued to meet in 'the past for it was the custom to prorogue the legislature from tlnw to time in the columns of the Al l.erta Onrette. Now whvm a date is announced wo will know it is the cor ivet time. The next amendment provides that member*) will have ten dollars a day deducted from their indemnity for every dny ov�r Ave days they are absent from the Legislature or the committees of the House. This does not apply in cases of Illness-when a member is absent from at least one half the sittings he will only draw ten dollars a day fcr the days he has attended. In the present "Companies Ordin once" of the Province, a company, supposed to lie doing an elevator business, can, hy filling a memorandum of association with the ttegis trar of Joint Stock Companies, lie incorporated with power to do anything which it is within tlie competence of the Legislature to |iermit an individual to do. Now there is ulso a provincial statute which only allows a telephone company to carrion business uiKk'r ivgulntions nml conditions imposed by the Minister of Public Works, nnd yet tho Itegls -trar of. Joint Stock. Companies had no option under the Companies Or-An nnvuduvnt to the Hills of Sale Ordinance makes provision that a bylaw or resolution of a company authorizing tho issue of debenture as security for a mortgage, or a certified copy of it slmll tie deposited nlong with a copy of tho mortgage with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. When this is done it will not be necessary, as at present for tlie same to bo renewed every year by the triisteo filing a renewal statement. Then there is an amendment |>erinit ting tlie government to extend the time for agricultural societies to file their returns. Under the former act, socio! ies might lose their grant even though they had good reasons, Tor failing to make their returns. Tho amendment overcomes that condition and the government can extend the Uinta when circumstances warrant. y Hereafter the first election in u newly Incorporated town will lie held within a moolh after the re -turning omcer has boon nppointed and not on tho first Monday in l>s-cennber as in the past. Tho Foreign Companies Ordinance is amended so thnt the Schedule of ROYAL CROWN A Clean Shave, a Smooth Face, is the natural result where the new shaving stick has been used. The rich, creamy lather, which Joes not dry on the face, exerts a marvellous influence on the beard. It softens the whiskers to- a degree that nukes it an easy and pleasant matter for the razor to remove them, The Witch Hjzel properties in the soap soothe and refresh the skin as no other shaving soap will. The new and better shaving stick is sold in a neat nickel box, at the price of others. M�d* only by THE ROYAL CROWN, Limited, Winnipeg CANADIAN PACIFIC LANDS NOW ON THE MARKET 150,000 nrros of choice funning lands in tho Mlovrhm townships w�-st of tin* 1th meridian, nre now offered for milt* on settlement conditions nt prices ranging from $3 00 to $15.00 per uere : HaiiKe 22, Township 1�� Kuni*e 23, Township 10 Rmw 24, Townships II. 13. m. 10, I�J. IT. IS limine 25, Townships 15, III, IT. IS Kungp 2(1, Township Its Kutnji- 27, Township 15 For mnpsanil full particulars upply to the C I'. K. Land Department, Winnipeg. Maps und forms of application may also be liml front Messrs. Toole, Peet * Co., Calgary. P. T. (HUFPIN. Winnipeg, 2Tlh .Inne, 15107. Lund Cuimniasioiter. FARM FOR SALE 320 acres of land. 23 acres of oats. r. Spronle nnd Col. Siiuu lfu:Clii"i. speaking at Vancouver at a in.-.ii i.i;; of -the Oning!- tlniml IahIko, nthMl fuel to the (Ire of liigotry and rare prejudice, which they coiHiiiually ket�|i illuming. Wnving eloi|iient In the mWM of his fi-li'MilK, ]lr. Kprotile, M P., eoneludetl a vitriolic �ttnck upon the l^ilU'ial Ooverniiieiil, ami Sir Wllfr'ul Laiiiiiir, liy n|U>g'lnK lhat Hif Wilfrid had visMed Home f.ir ulterior purpomw, Miyilij^: "Theso cons-taut pllgrimuges to Rome, Itofoiv) o�wy general elet-lioii. secrci conforenceK vulth Ills Holiness, lend credence to the suspicion thai a deal was nhout 'to he mnde." Following this came a he gsillant Col, Sam Hnigluw, who had alleged In INirlinnvm 'that 'the French clergy who were coming to the IKuivinlon "Weiv n curt.'.' io ttiu country." TliiH insull to t)w� clergy lie re|Miiii,'d nt Vancouver, Haying he hud not, and did not intend to tnUv Imck one word of it. A'l n Iviheral picnic iii West ljtnil'-ton Hon. Mr. A.vlesworlh deliveretl a stivoro tirraigmiient of the Conservative party. represented l>y l)r. Sproule and Col. Stun Hunites. He dopr^atod the keeping alivo of raoo prejudice hy such men. "They are a tlisgrac.i to the Consei'vntive parly,' said he. Not content with slander -lug the Fivnch priesthood, the Min-I istt'r of .lust ico poinWtl out that Sir Wilfrid haulier had U-eii assailed lie-cans,-, he had paid n vfsit. to the hen-tl of his church. Mr. Aylesworth ilHi^iired of his hen nil's whether he would le criticized if he chose to iiuiku a friendly visit to Dr. Carman. Tli'ih unniiKwerahle logic up -peuled strongly to 'the electors:, both at North York and West l.nniMi.n. IIKUIION AXll WAUS'OCIv. It is very generally ex|M�cted that n dominion electitm will 4�� helil some time -the coming year, prolmlily in the fall. In view of this, oiv; hears now days considerable talk of pros-(m'ctive candidti'tes for the House of Commons. It is conceded that John llerron will he the ('oiiservutl\'e ran-didait' to succtvil himself. As to the Liberal candiilate. the impression up-liears Ui piwail that Dr. IVuruock of l'incher Cixt'k will be the nmn. It iip|m'iirs to P.. the almost universal opinion among liberals that Dr. Wuruock is not only the most available man but that he would make the strongest caiwlldate that could bo minimi in Maeleod riding- which embraces this district.-Frank Paper. MINARP'S LIxniEJJT CURES ! DIPHTHKHIA.