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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiumtoy, .Tune 13.1011. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD You have read many; Blue Ribbon Advertisements WE RIBBON We have told you about Blue Ribbon the Blue Ribbon the practical economy in buying these splendid' goods. Now it depends on you. We ask you to ask your-grocer for Blue Ribbon goods, and when you buy remember that unless you are perfectly satisfied you may, return, .the unused portion and have your money refunded. MINERS STRONGLY PROTEST Want to Ascertain How Figures as to Miners' Earnings at Coleman and Frank Were Reached (Special-to the [lie. This Mr. Stubbs objected, stat- Frank, June 13. The-contention j ing that if such statements, showing which arose yesterday at Cclerr-an re ;.-loss in operation we're" to' go tb the the publication of documents and !-public it was state- sworn statements filed with the Con-j ments adverse- to thc contention of cilmion Board during thc progress of j'the'operator's should'receive thc same "the enquiry now being resumed, was j.treatment. .At Fernie a statement the first thing to receive the a loss1 in operationsfjat .the ti.oii of at its morning scs-'. C'oal Creek: mines was "presented and sion here today. In Coleman, thc; accepted without 'objection; by the company, through its manager, Mr. i miners, and the Board had.called 'for AVhitcsides, presented a statement {.the accountants who had compiled showed a" very high average of j these figures to 'come "before thc earned -by thc miners, in that Hoard for examination. At Gpleman camp and', was read'I Jiad presented; a sworn in open .session without objection ,.statement showing very high average from the mine-workers. j in wages'of some of the When Mr. Stubbs asked that the! wliejl to be allowed to examine lookkccper be put on the stand'to al-! as to these matters, objections were low of 'examination as .to the. manner i raised by the operators on the in which: these--figures had been .obTJ that'private matters which arid -compiled, the operators objected1 and since that time the con- tention over .the niatter has hcen the- chairhiiiTr stated this- that that all statements .lile'd with the -Board affect the business" of the com- pany should not be made public. Un- ricr these conditions-he would object to the- statement-of ..the management here being" marie public unless the mine workers were granted-the privi- became; its property and-under its lege of .making, -public., evidence that supervision'all such statements could j beneficial to of he it-N thc_case. He stated that his side of the contention wanted only fair play but would insist upon that. The chairman'.then; ruled that these particular statements- would 'have to be treated in accordance with the ex- pressed wish of .the..miners'-commit- tee and. thc public .sitting, was ad- journed. Thc- statements are now un- der consideration by: the Board be- hind closed doors. Mr. J. A. INtc- Niven, fair wage officer from Ottawa, secretary of the Conciliation Board, arrived at Coleman yesterday and is again with the Board. .Chief '.-Mine show that the miners could Inspector of Edmonton, is; also here, not' continue to operate and-he was i an interested spectator of' the-pro- billing that it-should be made pub-1 ccedings before the Board, be examined by either side to the controversy, but in case cither side objected to publicity of such matters -the act creating the Board provided that secrecy should be maintained. Manager Muller, manager of t jCV.nadian Consolidated Mine, present ed .a statement showing the average of the ten highest paid contract min- ers working; .during, also a state m'ert as to the ten lowest paid con- tract miners. This statement follow- ed the lints oE the Coleman state- Manager Muller stated that the conditions shown bv this statement EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, Residence 1224 930 Mrs. Robinson will not ccive tomorrow. Mrs..F. B.; _.will receive morrow afternoon-. to- Mrs. K. A'; Cunningham .will not receive tomorrow nor again until au- tumn. and Mrs. D. I. Guc, of Warner, are rejoicing over the gift of a wee son and heir, who arrived last even- ing: Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Broad and Mrs. Buchanan will, serve the refreshments at the conclusion of Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting tomorrow afternoon. re-j lock. Mrs. N'aisrnith and Mrs. Free- man. Mrs. Sherlock was rewarded for making the highest score, with an odd hair.iiiered brass serving tray. Mrs. P. L. .Naismith, who held sec- ond honors, was given a dainty brass pansy bowl and Mrs. Freeman was condoled with a pretty cut glass scent bottle. Miss Beatrice Brint, of Toronto, arrived in the city Sunday morning j to spend the summer, a guest at the E. G. Maxell home. Miss Brint .spent a few" clays visiting with friends in Winnipeg on her way West. The first OL the pre-nuptial festivi- ties planned in honor of Miss Annie Stafford, will be given tomorrow when Mrs. A. B- Stafford will enter-! ,aiu a number oE girls in. her honor t the tea hour. The Mock Trial which was the fea- ture of the evening's entertainment at Wesley League last night a decided success, and the Protheon class proved themselves anything but amateurs in the way they filled various casts. The teacher of class, Mrs. A. L. Foster, acted as JucJire, and her ruling was certainly a fair one and voiced a precedent which will make the would-be shirk- ers of the .future think twice before shirking. Among the jurors were Miss Savc- up-weekly. Miss Shy lock, Miss Mis- sionary Enthusiast. and other types of church workers which one meets in every congregation. and Miss solicitor for the defence, and prose, cutirg attorney, respectively, made Tlie Hcrpicidc Girl Sayt Everyone Can Have- Beautiful Hair 1 am really ashamed of some of my girl friends when 1 look at their hair. There is no sense in having such look- ing heads. It slmnly shows that while they scrupulously neat in ev- ery other way, they are careless about their hair. Thin, scraggy, wispy hair generally indicates dandruff and dandruff is caused by a germ. Newbro's Herpicide will kill thai germ and keep the scalp as clean and healthy as can be. This permits the hair to grow 'naturally and luxuriantly. That terrible itching goes -with .dandruff stops with almost the first application. Substitutes or remedies said to be "just as good" are sometimes offered, but it is better to buy the genuine "A WINNING MISS" WITH MAX BLOOM COMING One of the largest musical comed- ies, "A Winning with Max Uloom and a large company of sixty, more, will play the Majestic Theatre, Friday and Saturday next. Tlie predominating features of this attraction are a frothy and gingery performance that goes, with, a dash, without a wait or a drag. Just one surprise and laugh .following .on the heels another with a decidedly-re- freshing score, composed 'by William original germ killer. Newbro's Herpi-jF. Peters and Boyle Woblfolk and a cide. There, is no guesswork about permeating comedv atmosphere that results are sure to be better than you expect. For sale at drug stores. One dollar had y thit Pleasure after the fall of the final -curtain. The .beauty chorus are prominent size bottles-are guaranteed. Applica-'throughout the entire with .a tions obtained at the better barber fetching deftness, artistically diBplay- :owns of the latest style, and all shops. Send lOc in postage for sam- pie and book to The Herpicide Co., i Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. Mission's patients during the month are am, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. Craggv Mrs. the new creations of the dressmak- erers' and modistes' .shop. Among the many song "hits that will be introduced are Land SUFFEBEDlfflEE TNI Dr. Indian our jtf Then art few that ctnie mffertnf Ibao Kidocy Trouble. tad Mr. P. A: Thomas, of Sudbury Dtttv is boe of thoie who know it writct: f "For over .yean :I sung by a _ All two families. the music will.be heard to excellent j The next meeting of the Society 'advantage by a .specially augmented will be.-held in the Y.M.C.A. audi-' toriiini July 10th. Every member is urged .to attend this rrxeting, as plans will bc'ma'de' for the Red Cross booth at the fair. The booth this year will probably be placed in the main buildins. song written to get comedy out of jer before been exhibited to 'the citi-; the late styles of millinery; "Will Vjzens of Lethbridge, who ought to apr' the with a fire-fly electrical ,ef-ipreL'ikte aud see this feet that set all Chicago talking dur- !wWch cost the makers to prp- Those who did" not see this; orchestra carried by the company. ANOTHER CIRCUS COMING The Sells-Flotp circus win give two performances here on July 15. This show is popular for geyeral.reasons. konfident that tne Murray In the first place it 'comes back year j IS. LIBERAL ARE CONFIDENT Halifax, June eve of "the provincial elections finds the-Liberals The efforts young ladies in thc plavlct a success iiunf uiayici a succe; erred during-the evening L., deserved "a Iarge audienee >imm and Miss Shaw: A of} f msical .by J Nine.'members of the Woman's Re- lief Society attended the monthly meeting at the Nursing Mission yes- terday society have. decided to open a permanent tea .Yes, You Can Re finish a Piece of Your furni- tare at Oar lexander and Miss Ruth-- Siirmr ad4-, d ,-much to the evening's pleasure. -9 J-'r Mrs. G. M. McLean entertained fif- een young people for Miss Estelle j room .and Woman's exchange early in ood last evening. Miss Good fall. A room will .be secured been spending the winter in the city down town and until the venture is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. A.jproved to be a success the members Little and has made a large, Society will take turns in pre- BELIEVE IT WAS LETHBRIDGE GIRL Woman who Drowned Herself in the River at Calgary That the voune woman, who com- mitted suicide by drowning herself In the Bow River at Calgarj- last Satur- ilay morning and .of whom the police nmhorities there have no clues, is a waitress, formerly of Letfrbridge, as Lhe opinion of Chief of Police Gilles- ie.. Following out the description of unfortunate young lady published in" last Saturday's Albertan one of the employees of the Alexandra Cafe !are advertised. year giving .possibly the cleanest and most edifying performance of any organization in the world of t the" big tents. These people pioneers of the popular priced idea, having cut the admission fee in half last season and will continue that policy this year. Their war cry is "25 cents to see the greatest show on earth for the money." They are an independent corpora- tion, owing allegiance to no circus combine or trust. Their, aim is to give the best values for the price the history of amusements; Many novel features are promised for this season. An arjmy of clowns, a baby hippopotamus, twin