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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LtfitittoAli}' Listen! Can you hear your watch tick? Does it need repairing? Remember that I can repair your watch the way it should be repaired. My work iaguaranteed. We have just opened a shipment of CUT GLASS. Everv piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never have the chance to buy thein at such low prices. A pleasure to show goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You 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 Ix-st 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. 1 HicK (& Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Exhibition Judges Now Appointed Otvnt Hivulnrs nml Kxhililtors "( the World Will Act Coming f\Ur Urent��.�tt In its History Tlip Winnies Kxhiliii ion. .Inly IU 20th will uiKlnulrtPilly lie th givnt -est Western Pntnifln ham known. Never Iwfotv hnve ��ri>ntor elToi"t� 1ky pros|K>ctlv�� extvllttturs; never have lietter �tt met ions Ihnii oft'ereil ,tnil the live slock cxliliits will lie ircortl tiivukilig in ilnsM nml lumilx'rs The presence of the ipi-iit Ktigliili .luilge of heavy tlrnfl horses nnin iissiii'amv of the greiilest eoin petit ion In thos�� classes that lins *% er Iwn known in Western Cnnniln. The School e.xhilvits, Indies vurk and Art di'pai'tnietit are of e\ce|rtion a I interest. I'll,' grain exhidil will In- in a ImiM ing devotisl to that depurtinentulone and the competition for the. giTiitest wheat prizes In the world ranging from $200, will l>e tlm keenest In the history of the exhlWition. The innsical fouttnvs will he ox extraordinary interest, chief among which ure the Hand of the T.'ilhl.ight Horse, in full regimentals nnd I'a lis Chambers, the gn>atest corm^ist in the world. The platform attractions nrv of exceptional interest nnd among the galaxy of ncrolmtic and gymnastic initiilvrs will l>e features such ns thu Itetlouin Arnl> Tro�|�e of ncrolmts np-iNMirmg for the first titm* In CunncU. A Hetisatiotial tHiuvlM*r of the uttrnc -lions is the dotdde somersaulting l>v n lady in an autonioliile in full llight in in.(I aid The platfonrs for the reception of live stock at the railway statlonhuv,. U>en to the length of 200 | feel assuring convenience ami safety. lU-duccsl rates on nil rullwnys mny i Ik- ohtniiHil nnd tht� Inrgest nttend-niuv in Uh' history of tin- HrihtMtimi | is practically assured for the Win  iii|�*8 -Inly lttlli '2ctor's reports. Morgnn mode nn average of $-1.50 a day nml had earned as high as $�>..*i0 a day. O. Itarber had earned as high as $t.Vi in one month nnd as low as S70 The men at llnnkhciu) paid .">n cents a month each into a fund to assist widows nnd orphans of miners IJnrber was opposed to the Incorporation of unions, because it wouldnot protect their funds. He thought the adoption of nn eight hour day and ei>m|>ehsiitioii act would do more to pix'vent strikes and lockouts than the tj'inlcux bill. He vanted a compensation act and was opposed entirely to the Novn Scott* relief fun I system. | Kred King had worked in the Transvaal and he said tl* compensation art then1 allowed $2ft(>0 loons,, of death by uceident. He knew of MMtiiittiMtiimm t�M�ft�i� U> \n keep Itiii'n with them steadily. | .lohn Ovington noticed that tin 'men in Durham who only worked six , Shorthorns-Arthur Cil.son. Knglaml hi urn n day were well develo|wd in-I Other Ibvi lti-,s,|>_|J1,H||l. smith. St ! telleetunlly. They had time to at Cloud. Minn lend night dosses nnd patrnnt/e ren.l The Morninc Bath is recognized generally as ft great I�uiry Cattle-W ll ItubanW College. North Hakota Sheep-lohu .lacksoii. Ablng until, kugi^'stions �( j, Iune l.'i-Thi- miners -m Ut I ucitli. iv |it,"�.llt�i their ul '�fiHiiiwooti Sutur lb*. ,wurii i- | plication will tie mode to the Par  llomrnt of Canada, nt the next Session thereof, for an Act to incorporate a Company to be called "The Northern Kinpire Hallway Company" wiih power to construct a railway from a point on the International Boundary Line east of t'arclston in the Province of Alberta, thence In a northerly direction through I>'th-lirldge to Fori MiMurray, thence In generally north-westerly dlreclion pushing at or near Fort Vermillion, to a point in the boundary IItit; between the Province of British Columbia ami the Yukon Territory ul or near Lower Pout In the said Province of British Columbia, thence in a generally north-westerly direction through the Yuki.n Territory by way of Dawson City to a point on the International Boundary between the Yukon Territory and Alaska. with further power to const nut and operate a branch line from a point on the main line east of Victoria fol -low iug generally the North Bunk i f the North Suskutchewan Kiver to the City of Kdiuoiitoii in I he I'niv -itnv of Allierla. .1 It T. CAHOX, Solicitor fi r �he Applicants Hitid ut llttuwu this l.'tlli day ol May A l� . Il��7. li HI i!ft U7 I. t We have the Ifcrqeet and best equipped oartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Ooal delivered to all (parte of the oity un short otic*. ; Western Warehouse & Transfer Co, Ltd. Oftce-llrst deor eeuth of Opesa ELouse. Phone 03 44>+4*4 & �� 0  C"W"Wm������W The Company't Winding-up Ordinnnce, 1903. IN THE MATTER OF THE PROVINCIAL LUMBER CO , LTD NOTICE la hereby given that all creditors of the Provincial Lumber Company Limited (sometimes known M Tbe Provincial Lumtwr and Manufacturing Company Lirnitod) and others having claims upon J-ho said Company aro required to eond in tbeir claims to the undersigned us Liquidator of the "Bald Company or to L. M. Johnstone, his advocate, i n or before tbe 20th day of August, 1907, after which date the Liquidator shall proceed to distribute the assets of the Baldf Company among the parties entitled thereto having re -gard to the claims only, of which he shall then nave notice. Creditors are requested to send In their claims duly ut touted by a statutory declaration and with a stuto-mmtt of the security (if uny) held by them for such claim. (SWgned) JOHN A. McLEAN, Liquidator, Provincial Lumber Co. McKenzie 8c Roy ELECTRICIANS Dealers iu Electrical appliances, Motorr, Private Telephones, Annunciators, Kleotrotiers, Shudee, etc. Consult ub for economical house lighting. Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 STRAYED. On to signed. the premises of the tinder-(4ii old bay inure. Right foot white, und white Bj>ot on furo-hnud. Owner van ivcover suine by paying expenses. A. A DAM SKI, S.W. i, Sec. 22, Tp. �, R 22. l!J-20-27-4. ulnl i-iKbt hour g ,t�g  tr u�uul rruMiiii to kupfxiri *,t*-.r 'fj'.i-ntioii lhal the**- lawn vou,,] \jr tuvfifialtn tllw mtiH-r nml n->t .�. -�> plu\i-r* In �lis�Jiirwl lliut thr- owners ul tf�- CarjfKirt-mini-did ii.ii i-nti tn-ur lh�- liunai i-*!*-!!*- wle-n a iiuo-T kil!i.! Me- n�-n iliart;wi thai tilt- iih-ujin of \ truiiftpurtittii.n in ami out of the niiiie was very poor, nearly un hour jwus mi upieil in walking In nml u man ivm-hed hi** work-i ing pluee la' wus too tin�il to work. 1 The uitnesN claimed thai the |rtiss -uge of un eight hour law would compel the owners to furnish trunspor -lutiou in und out of tlw mine In order llmt the men would not lose so uiurb lime ue at prewnt. Tlw witnesws eluitmnl that the only store ut Caniuort) wus owliml by the tomptiny, nml ii wus iiiipossible for u mun to secure |ieriniHsion to o|m'li u c-ompetitivu busluesH. As u n*ult, they urgiuil they hml to puy whatever price the stoiv asked l-'roiu the evUli'iice tt up|ienivd that Ihe uvemgi) Rugt* was ill .10 a diiy, thougti thu puy hud run us low os $1.50 u day. A witness suid legislation should U, puKsetl t-oir.iH'lling a company to puy at leuHt S.'l.ot) u day all the year u round thought I but would overcoim* Ihe irregulur jieriiids of work they had to put up with at-present The iiuiiiukoi- if I lie Cuniuore mine will be lieurd on Mumlay. On Tuesday it is ex|*'i-ted tho general sup-intendeiit uiul tho cur disliibulor ol the" 1'.I'.II. �.t I'ulgary will give eVKiem-e ill reKtird to the cur shortage. Line tli\wlf Inst, und oh! such hhall thrill theu Am never vet lo selfish HoUN wai given; \\li.iti...r ih> lot u iwrfert |�>aiv shall till th�H-, Ami e.irih shall rnvin the ant''' linrtll of iH-UVen Lo... th\m'lf lust, und thou hhult grow in spirit, 'I'd titf. to hear, to know und un-dei>tund 1 be tiM-Ksuge of the sturs-lo! thiei shall hear it, Ami all d'otl'H joys shall be at thy comma nd ELLA WHEELER WILCOX I'Olt SALE One binder uiul one dril.l. brand �lew, never Ui'll iim-' ',))�l|'i"V B.i'id bn^laru) Magnificent F �����+�+ Keep your moueyfat homo by using "Our Best Flour" It has no nqual. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO, l.etlilinilgf. Ru.v-utuutl. MngrutU. L H. FOWLER & CO. GuRt'rul niackauUthlng uiul (lorHt'shueiiiK. Now buggii'S to oixlur, curriugo painting, all kimls of woodwork iu wa,g- na, wiudmills^ funning ritllls, craain Hefiaratorii, grain pii'klwi, uu"a- mith coal. lkthsridcb. albert a. CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s'.atiou or bring friends to your houie. S- A- Johnson Successor to C. A. Johns toe. Under Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Meu's shoes soled and heelvd in 20 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. Rlns up 108 When you waut DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE FOI{ SALE. Tor Sule-A correspondence course In good school. Owner mm bio to go on with It. Applv toBox 0, Herald office. ;