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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta J'"lVr"^T'ir''^''f''T' �tCti'i^ir'r'X'r''.Mh^ai Listen! Can you hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Bemember that I can repair your watch the way be repaired. My work is guaranteed. it should We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chiBce to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Yog will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the beat of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK Ca WaKely The Leading Tianers, Plumbers, Steam aud Hot Water Fitters. Th� Morninc Bath is recognized generally aa n great harbinger of health, and when it van be taken amid sanitary surroundings it becomes a luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold plunge on arising will soon vanish if you have us fit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, porcelain baths and their accompanying appliances C. W. GRAY Phone (36 Hardware Exhibition Judges Now Appointed Crpnt Bivwlrrs nnfl lO-xhibitor.s of Iho World Will .Vet. Coming Pa'w Greatest in its History. DRMYING. If you wish draying or meving of any kind done, eall on us. The Witnili-K'g Kxhilulion. .Tiil.v IH-20th will uiKloiihtPfil.v he the gront -est Western Cnn�� the great K.nglish .ludgc of heavy draft, and Shorthorn is an nssuranw of the greatest competition in thost) that has ever lieen known in Western Canada. The School exhil>its, ladit-s v ork and .-Vrt department are of e.xceptioii-al interest. The grain exhibit \v�l Ix) in a liuild iTig devote*! to that departmental one and the competition for the givatcsl wheat prizes in the world ranging from !?200, will Iw the keenest in the history of the exhibition. The mu.sical features will be ox ex-traofditiary interest, chief among which oi-e the Band of the 7.5thLigiit, in full regimentals and Paris Ohaniliers, the greatest cornetist in the world. The platform attractions are of exceptional interes-t and among the galaxy of ncrolmtic and gymnastic nuuvbers will lie features .such as the Bedouin Arab Ti-oupe of acrolmts ap-I>earing for the first t.inie in Canada. A sensational numljer of the attrac -lions is the double somersntilting by a lady in an autonlition is practically assured tor the Win -nij)eg Fair. .luly 13th-20th. The following is the li.s^t of the judges in nmny departments: Clydesdalp and Shires-Arthur Gib - son, England. Other Heavy Horses-W. J. Ruther - ford. Ajjric. College, City. Light Horses-.Alex. Galbraith, Brandon. Shortjiorns-.Ai'thur Gihson, F^igland Other Beef Bm-d.s-Leslie Smith, 3t. Cloud, Minn. Hairy Cattle-W. D. Hichaitls, ,\gric- t'ollege, North Dakota. Sheep-.lo^in .lackson, Abing�lon, Ont. Swine-Thos. Teasdale, Concord, Ont Poultry-.S. Butterfield, Windsor, Ont Pigeon.s-A. P. Mutchniore, Winnipeg Dairy Products-H. H. Dean, Quelph Ont. Field Grains-S. Spink, Winnijieg, V. Horn, Winnif>eg. Field Seeds-C, .J. Turniiull, City. Fruits ahd Flower.s-Professor Baird, Winnijiog. Hoiiey-b:. B. Nixon, City. court to couK at gteHi cxi^eilte. H� o\ro thought a miner could do bet -icr and as much W0i-k in eight hours as ten. Henry Moi^gntl pronounced himself against tiic Lord's Diiy net. It prevented railroadu shunting' ears on Sumlay ami consequently kept the miner out of work on Monday. He wa.s quite willing that the railroad men .vhould wiork on the Sabbnth in order that he should have pm^iloy -n�Lint on Monday, The ventilation of the mine he pronounced fwirly goo.l. It could lie much insiprovetl if crn proven grossly He suggest -ed that there shouhl U- places in the mine to s�tore safety lamps so that if a miners lamp went out he would not be cotnpellcs at the mine in case of accident. Ho fovored a semi-monthly payment and the posting of the mine ins|>eotor's reports. Morgan made an average of $4.50 a day and had earned as high as Stt..50 a day. O. Barber had earne. AI. Johnstone, bis advoca't^, uad Iwoefeialto the nii�M.'r and not injuriojisf \(i employers. In disctt-ssing a �iBaj�ii�at-ion aci one of the witrarwssts decJar*^ that the owners of the Canmoremine did not evfn l>ear the burial Mpens-js when a miner wa-s killed. riie men charged that the nutans of transiiortatiCTi in. and out of the mine was very poor, nearly an hour was occupirKJ in walking in and cut By the time a man reached his working place he was too tii*d to work. The witness claimed that the pass -age of an eight hour law would ccm-pel the owners to furnish transpor -tation in and out of the mine in order that the men would not lose so much time ae at present. The witnesses cluimod that the only store at Canmoro was ownod by the company, and it was impo.ssible for a man to secure iiermiission to o|>on a competitive business. As a result, they argued they ha�l to pay whatever price the store asked. From the evi^limce it api>eared that the average Rage was ^^..^O a day, though the pay had run as low as $1.50 a day. A witness said legislation should be |>asscd coiniielling a company to pay at least $3.00 a clay all the year around. He thought that would overcome the irregular periods of work they hatl to put up with at-piYisent. The nmnagj'r cf tlw Cunmore mino will be heard on Monday. On 'I'ues-day it is exjiected the general sup-intendent and the. car Ably appealing from thyself last: look near; itfttold thy duty those who wal.k be.side thee down iife's- road-Make glad tlieir days by little acts of beauty,-And help them liear the burden ot earth's load. Lcve thyself last; the vastnesst-s above th�e Ai-c Tilled with spirit force, strong-ami puiv, -.\n(l fervently they faithful shall love thee; � '  ' ... Keep thou thy watch o'er ethers and endure. Love thyself last, and oh! such joy shall thrill thee As never j-et to sel,fisb souls was given; Whate'er thy lot a iierfect peace shall nil thee, .\nd earth shall seem the anteroom of heaven. Love thyself, and thou shalt grow in spirit. To see, to hear, to know and understand The nics.sage of the stars-lo! thou Shalt hear it. And all Gc^'s joys shall be at thy command. ELLA WHEELER WILCOX. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. sSueeeaaora to George Rogera^ssawmR Builders Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail I Lumber Shingles Doom Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Phone 23. Lethbridge, AJta- NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to the Par -liament of Canada, at the next Session thereof, for an Act to incorporate a Company to bo called "The Northern Empire Hailwa.y Company" with power lo construct a railwa.y from a point on the International Boundary Line east of Cardston in the Province of Alberta, thence in a northerly direction through Lethbridge to Fort McMurray, thence in a generall.v north-westerly direction pa.ssing at or near Fort Vermillion, to a point in the boundary line be-twoon the Province of British Column bia and the Yukon Territory jit or near Lower Post in the saiff Province of British Columbia, thence in u generally north-we.sterly direction through the Yukcn Territor.y by way of Dawson City to a point on the International Boundary between the Yukon Territor.y and Alaska, with further power to construct and operate a branch line from a point. on the main line east of Victoria fol -lowing generally the North Bank rf the North Saskatchewan River to the City of Edmonton in the Prov -inct of Alberta. .T. B. T. OA RON, Solicitor fr.r ithe Applicants. Dated at Ottawa this 13th day of May AD., 1907. C-13-20 27-4. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. Iron Castings and Machine Work Strnctural Steel Columns Sashweislits Mill and Mine Supplies Traction Engin* Repairs Valves Pipe Bar Iron Babbit Metal BOILER REPAIRS Cotni^etent Boilermaker sent ont when required. WINNIPEG r AIR July 13th to 20th, 1907 11 1 r Sf's , I r 1 ( F,i (HONs Ht )t )i M M ( I' I Ma^niticeiit F W. ir - G rtMteSt H,l( 1' IL' I ' ! I is>- M . I V 'J'hii Hiiiru-'ss [jijr FOR SALE. One liinder and one di-il,l, brand new, never been useOKlERSKA, Sec. 32. Tp. 8. R. 14. Wostport. 13-20-27-4. STItAYED OR STt>LEN. From the.vicinity of Warner, one bay mare, 9 years old, one year old Rorretl colt, and one boy sucker. A reward is offered for their return to EDDIE LIND. Warner, Alta. FURHACE UNBREAKABLE FIRE-POT The lower portion of a fire-pot is usually nearly or partly filled with dead ashes, leaving the live, red-hot coals in the upper part. The result is that the upper portion expands much more than 'the lower. This uneven expansion causes a strain too great for a one-piece fire-pot to stand. Sooner or later it will split, allowinj; precious heat and sickening gases to escape. But the fire-pot cf the Sunshine is constructed to meet this ton-dition. It is in two sections. The upper half expands, as mudi as necessary, independently of the^ lower. When cool, it contracts back to its original site, fitting to the lower half perfectly. And this strong, unbreakable, gas and heat-tight, two-piect hre-pbt is just one of the many superior featuresof the Sunshine. If your local dealer does not handle the Sunshine," write direct to us for FREE BOOKLET. ^London, Toranlo, Monlrtal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B. HICK & WAKELY, Sole Agents  WW New Effects in Cut Glass Our recent importatiouB include an assortment of English Kock Crystal, quite different from that here-to-fore shown. Tbe Crratal Itaelf Is hesTler tud ttie cutUn,(a deeper tbau I bat of otber yeara-Ibe effect la even more pleaaloK It dlflcra from "Btrka' Ont Glaaa" In tbat U depeuda uioie upon Ita artiatic tracery ef da-mign, tor Ita beauty ralbar Ibaa brtlUaucv. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decaiitttra aud Jugs are most prominent in tbe assortment, some of which come mounted in sterlinK silver, others plain. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENORAVER OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS Keep your money|at home by us-inK "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Letbhridee, Ra.v-woud, Megratb. CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s*.ation or bring friends to your home. A. Johnson Successor to C. A. Johnttoa. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled aud heeled in 30 minutes. Price 11.00. F. GERMAN West of Beutley Co. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oennriil Blackainitbiim und Horaeahoeing. New bugf^ies to oilier, carriage painting, all/ kimis of woodwork iu wag- ns, windniills, ranning mills, cream Mparators, grain picklara, < Utmiltr mitb coal. LKTHBKlDGf. ALBEKTA. Rfns ttp 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence couiM In good school, Owner unabia t� go on with it. Applv toBox O, Herald office. ' 'A ;