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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L E T H R I D G E A L B E R 1 AVT H U> R C H I Daily Herald PROTECTION OF THE MIJOS by tln> Duvly-llemld Piinlmg CoT, Ltd., cveiy lawful evening at xiti office, Round Letlibndgo, Alberta, Canadx. ,W, A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di rector and Editor. worst condition and poorest quality t 01 beef }lr Di p'ei'ciiy advises woiJv should beizlu in the; f but mentions Toronto and tton- treat or Quebec along with Winnipeg us bim.ible tontivs fuim then1 and the interests of the abattoir sort IMI til IM M M Mi It pointy ir east. is a gathering point or is mi the common mule for- western stuff j uiihu. Canada but Legislatures, like most other, par- liamentary bodies, aie unceitniu belt ing proposi ions at times. On Thurs- da> of hist week it genet ully un- 'ideistood that there would be a pro- legation of the Albeitn legislatuic the folk1 to llrt months tbc f shal inspec within four hourCof the tune of go- ing on fchifi the- putt of the mine Iho Kas'has been found, and ii found within the pieceding three months the inspection shall with- Daily, one year _ on i iie LWIIJIK.MI tn it i to done was to ,cription -.hn. Canada but >t fummt ftlid prulunc. ar, delivered sail i-.trhi hundred or u thousand! flftUvorcd. 2 00 ti-..-t vhe cntt'o ____ the centre of the taU'a Daily, three dtetri.lt of Southern Alberta which ,nnii _____aloQ i characteristically long in beef produc-j" 1.75 j lion and short m consumption com-1' pared whh the othei- two prairie pro j abattoir west t i to the statute law 'which the govern- hud lf to pass Daily, six months, by: mail Daily, months'; by mail .Weekly one yon r _...... l .50 Addresses chanced us ufien us oe-1 S- hut both.new and old address j of Winnipeg the dillknlty ot tnms- must be given. i portation would he only imperfectly t their and getting ready to Qf lhe Qp. tn r position ro.se in nis oigintj i business of rushing or ihn r.d vantages Subscribers will please nimit with be .ccmvd to! specified term. Itemit by hxprca.s i Order, P.O. Order, und Hunk Money the mostm neod of them. was co it over Volution through at the last min- xes of ik'ad and he mover! an adjmirmuoiii of the debate. _____ j duels should Jx> concentrated )rders so'il'director through 1 centres of pro- anv newsdealer. Address coimimn- -THK LETHlilillJGl- HEftA'lA Lethbridge, Alberta, Ca- nada. U our friends who favor u.- with niun- uscript for publication wish to have .rejected articles' returned they must, in all cases stamps tor y, but'tho govern Mr. Drydeii 'foresees, the raising of tho embargo before long. Its aboli- tion is desired feeders "and con- sumers and is opposed only by breed- ers of stoiv or filling cattle. Lf the o SUBSCRIBERS. gubscribers who 'fail to'receive the of thy embargo 'does not will make- little difference to is. more important to encour- It Daily "Herald will please notify the j properly finished cattle. by phone or g renter gro.ss returns as well wise, at the earliest possible mo-! jis fl.om die greater jiieni; so that prompt delivery may be ensured. weight and higher slut! mcnt took the away from him [and made the adjournment to Mon- day. This was more than th? lead- of the opposition 'had bargainee for and he cashed his professions on Friday and took the '2'. express for home leaving the govern mc-nt to pass whatever 'they had a mind to. '.The protracted .session, however did not work any disadvantage t miners. Some very importan amendment's wore secured as nmem menis to the' L'oal Mines Act. On of these umondments was to the c Fo ensure change of contract advei-: sont out us well as greater employ- tiseinent in the Daily Herald, copy njont in ail-the-year-round i licit l-itrn- Hi-in fi i let t" umt no hov under years .should be seut in not i.uci in.in u whieh- will stability Brllaifl bllt ,he losses will he worth more to encour- l.ipuality than they will harm vertisenie'nts'will be up to arisen in tho past by enforced 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- j tor OI- condilionSd .stuff after its lication, and wanL adverttsemeuLi up to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES Want cent word each insertion. No advertise- j The limiting of" th? rancte. will very lesa tlian 25c. Six con-' Ruon "all our output of fed secutive insertions for price of four, j ryadv to kill on arrival at Initial letters, abbreviations. i ..c and each figure and Hlllipl? words cfiiint as full words. When. in hO'TH qi- Che timn Of on the shall not be ollov.cd woik usitll tho pait of tho miiwshall been orLetl suioT repoith aic ve- to bo made in writing at the me of rcjiort' and recorded in a ook keplfon the, purpose and signett y the person- inakiug the report. TO Clauses are Inserted providing for ie inspection "of safety lamps, and ie locking of them, and it is now a Alberta to unlock a safety- in ihs mine or to ny matches or tobacco in possession in a mino( where inflammable jas hns bceu' ,_found. Where more ban -10 used a lamp ten- ler must by tlic mine to BISCUITS RECEIVED j-TODAY Bntkj Ca ltd. o shall be employed in any to work, underground. The amend- ment does not apply- to boys under Lliis ae who are already in actual see that are properly cleaneu and correctly looked after. taboo on steel tamping rods in where gas has been found and- nothing but non-inflamma- ble clay, by tho mine shall used. TwV classes of powder or explosives of any kind must not be used in any ore fchot. Shot' now required in Alberta mines'the same as in British Where gas has been found or the mine is dry no one but the '.is'-allowed to put ofl a shot, or Vnderj-his immediate dircc- mm THE HUB THE HUB A a. replies are to be forwarded send lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms OUR POINT OF VIEW A "lawver named Hoot, of Butte, cash. Births, Marriages, and savs ps-esidcnt Roosevelt cents every insertion. _ rpossossci, slll hiind, which Contract Display i employment, but make it illegal to employ any nioiv at any future date: No boy under 12 shall be'employed above ground, nnd no boy under 16 years of age .shall lie employed on the. surface unless he is able to read and 'write and has a common educa- tion, including arithmetic as far a.? and including division. A SKCOXD SHAFT. Another amendment provides that no mine shall be operated Rate card-at fice. OT.' ,IMS foot from cents per count line; dis-, count to regular advertisers. Subject to advertise- ments subject to approval of .man-i to th 'not think, as the IVmocrats do. Wireless telegraphy is a great boon travelling public. The other agement of "Daily Herald." day a steamer was on fire on the At- lantic. Hy the wireless system it DAILY HERALD. NEWS AND OF- ablL, to notifv steamer of its without compliance with the 100 feet shaft. The law previously called: for a second shaft feet from the main shaft. Klines which put down shafts in- accordance with the old "wLM tion. The 'sarno regulations regard- ing the'firmg-of shot, are as applied ia British-Columbia are now required in Alberta, t Explosives arc not 'to be thawed underground and a proper j apparatiit. is required. The mine is required to keep a suit- aole supply of timber constantly in each as piacticablc and in no case further away than the nearest cross-cut to the working! face or other convenient place in the vicinity thereof. "A 'WASH CO 9 r u c H To have your food in clean and refined- aur- roiiiuliugv, ;and to be paid good attention, utoauB a great deal to the 'majority of people. Coma and try us.' ,Lots close to school, One-thiril cash, balance Cbeup lots dovu per inoutb. no interest. Alberta Realty Co BEFORE RETIRIMQ I "-1 H lie of idge beer is a guarantee of a' good nignVs slumber. ing, and both 'meat and drink, and. to 'paiate ia aklightj5' We tie the best, beer and it to' as well as. all Mnds' o! car- bonatcd LETHBUDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. SPECIALS FOR TONIGHT Ro st 'Turkey Gran- bery Sauce. Roast Chicken. Fresh Mushrooms, and Ripe Tomatoes. j WM. OLIVER'S 1 PLANING MILL W e CB not required to 'pink new THE HUB THE HUB I WHITER HELP ONLY but no new mines may be operated F.ICE O. D. Editor. i JOHN TOR Canvasser, Col- V.lector and Assistant Business Man- and a disaster was averted. I clause. Another amendment provides that Jf SawLhuck is a sentence for i applicants for "mUie managers' cer- mm MEALS-25C MEAL :J. M, REDDING Cor. Smith and Red path MISS GRIMM, Accountant..... term ti JOB DEPARTMENT. j The Bepactment is the best equipped in Soutliern Alberta, i classes of work handled expe- i ditibusly and satisfactorily. Walter j Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart- ment. Telephone 106. COLD STORAGE TRANSPORTATION OF WESTERN BEEF Tiie address delivered Live Stoqk 'Association by the Hon. j John .Dryden on Uie Canadian cattle .trade to Britain is of considerable; interest''to-western cattlemen. JtJ deals with the character of Canadian beef exports, remedies required, and with the. embargo. i From the character of the British import trade in Ijcef it appears 'there..is on thu whole a very decided tendency of the dead meat trade to displace live shipments.' Figures for .1903. present' a rather'anomalous condition with respect to Canadian shipments. In this year Canada sup- Jt bawLiiuciv is gixen .1 sunwuco iui ,t.....- -_- "every nriid.- to other peo- Uificates'must have had at least five tendon, of department. .A pic that was found hi his house, his practical experience or be able emluicnt was secm-ed which r R. McHARDY (Evangelist) nnpi isonment will never jto a "diploma from some recog- pchool of mines and have three years experience before they will be allou-pd to take" out certificates, and both must be 23 ycoj-s of age. j Still another provides that where I the miners are employing a weigh and make a request in writ- ing of the mino. "manager he is re- Thc company-is rcq'uirecl to furnish a washroom for the miners whenever more tha'n men are employed. Under the law as it stood previous- ly rt committee of miners the pit inspect the mine and make" a report to the manage- ment, but thci-e wa.s nothing required that it should "be brought to the at- ;am- that tho-comprtiiy is refjuired to for- ward .the report to the inspector whenever'any" danger is found-or ap- prehended. the books to be kept in order to record-the reports of. the the, pit the pit com-j Columbia Restaurant mittca or anyone else required to re- i The Hadley-Roberts Co A Complete Line of Stationery, Con-, stMEtin of i Office, Yards and Factory: cir. mil mi mm irons Telephone 153 PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRA1TH, M.D.C.M. McGill Phyticitn, Surgeon Accoucher --S Office 914 Redpa'th St. Thone M 9 a.m.. 2-3. 7-8irp.in. DRS. STEWART, gcon Dentists; Office to J2 p.m. to 5p.rn. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and' Surveyors Block. K.C., D.C.L., Morton Jonev B. 'C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Office: Conybeare f Block. AltaP 22-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS Etc. Office: Fruit I Bananas arrive weekly from Spokane Phone 211 Photos Phone 211 on the condition of the mine are quired to pay the checkwcigher direct' to IMJ supplied by the management j from mino nfJice. holding out the proportionate amount from each man's wages. 3IUST MAKE REPORT Owners or managers of coal mines arc requested to to the and the inspector or anyone -working, in the mine, or anyone delegated by them, shall have-the right to'inspect these books at any, time or tuke any copy of get any informa- tion they choosc-from tKejn for what- Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Goods. Meal Tickets per Week Next to Coaldale Hotel government. each yoar on the 21st of ever purpose they may require. .The' ing-the tual [intention, of to provide -a; V Kyhngelistir .services will begin Church on Sabbath, showi mined and tho number of men employ ed. This.clause is important in the respecfr-that.it the statisti- cal kibosh on thu figuring fiends who are always turning up with the fig- ures to show that tho miners arc earning' frihuIoiK for the work they are doing. A clause is added to the inspection .'which "requires 'the mine in- L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor adjoining Union 8. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Church. Office .Kesldence 136. F. v V Room 9 Whitney head out of a total of 02ml' ,Kynnsoasf, H. of head which is about 30.5 !Toi.OnU) win tlSsist the pastor, Ilev. F.er-ccnt. of all live cattle imported.; be ifr. The dead moat trade .to Britain for McH.irrly-s --ftrs_t: in Letlv- thc same year hundred ho no stranger in the noi'thnrn portion of the province. He weight. Of this Canada contributed only hundred weight or a little for over a month over a thousandth part of the total.' aiicre work was Ii the Mtperccding of live shipments; Ovcr a by dead meat trade has good nfty united with thc.djf- mic warrant, ns it must .be assumed aml ?hc (lany prcss to. have from .its becoming general, spoko of work in'lhb. highest 'then Caiuuiian trade methods in posing of its surplus boor" need quirk rcvisiiig. spector to post :i synopsis of his re-{ system by which- the men or any of tho union officials may keep tab on the reports so see that no croo- ked reports are going in to the gov- ernment. Coming as a sort, of aftermath, when the house'was supposed. to have all but finished its business, this string constitutes" quite an array of important amendments, and with such sessions and a few Lethbridge-" Bank. 23-lyr j HANDFORD I MISS HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Mont- wishea a limited number of stu- dents for" Piano Study. Leschetizky teacher) method used. Ternia" Adress 810 Ford St. Phono 247. I port in a conspicuous place at the [more dashes at- the; amendment of mine hie- immediately the inspection isihxus already SnTforcoior 'the inaking ado. Undin- this arrangement the of laws that we'wb'uld like to "have made. tx.ys nt know what the re- port is going to he Ixjforc the inspec- tor off the ground, aitrl if they have any kick coming they will huVf ah opportunity to make it there and !then. Another clause is added which in effect monns that at every mine where' inflammable or explosive> gas has Mr. Drydeii advocsites the trial of' Mr. 31 c I Tardy is a strong preacher nnd avoids sensational methods to decisions. Tic is now; in force, the miners of 'Allxirta will be able to get about the kind of they want.', Siv.ing it all ajid adding' amendments to the eight hour law and the compensation 'act the ses- sion which closes today has been a prcttj' lucky one" the miners of Alberta. c V_ friendsliip, [ngapent and ledding Bings SEE OUR SEW STOCK We endeavor to show the newest styles R. A. WRIGHT, the Jeweler ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES tone h. HI Meets -1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P. Hall'at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially iuviteH: S. G. 24-ly T. LICENSE NO PROTECTION Jsuch in Edmonton, and not having t complied with the bylaws of the city, News Stand! while ho "does not judge! that" live bwf shipments abandoned but rnthc-r that, it should increase and that greater attention; j. should'be paid to the quality of the; jr exported stuff. If eastern stall-fix! beef rj.n be shipped on-thc hoof it! 4- may catch an advantage placing it T close to British home-foci with the r 4? IJritish Tho niwriK-'ss the innrkct to Carswda as it.s distance from Australia and! Argentintr should'mako the send- ing out of b2of stUl Tiior? profitable. particularly :n parts of the Domiiv ion close to tho port of embarkation. Jt is to Ijtv noUKi. however, thai in the year in which have examined 'considerably mom f than .half of the1 chiUefl. and frozon iKCflt'snp'plietJ to Hntain came from the UnUcd Stntes. In viow of it would be hard to see why our trade should not turn from al- most wholly' live to aimost wholly clcud Tho v.-tst portJciilarly should be in- tercsted in encouiMprnii? Affecting Real Estate Tax t T-'dmonton. real o< late agents have no protection from the work of the curb stone broker, or porsou who conducts real estate as commission. plaintiff sued on the cheque nml to to the defendants i he In- the character of range JL improving' jr. tho introduction of 'l males and by ftvling enter- prisos v.e are at the greatest dis-j i tanrc from the market, our stuff is the worst shir-ping beef in the Do-1 is no Lloyd's Peoples Weekly Dispatch Reynold's News of the World People's Journal Glasgow Herald Saturday Night World New York American stutcment of defence and nienl. Oricsbach) O'Connor fc Alli- son acted us solicitors for-the plain- tiff nnd Tiolton ap- .The choicest Bed Winter Wheat grown ia America goes into The Talk of the Towa Our Best Flour uas admitted that the plaintiff did! not hoM a license at the time of and also the defendant transnctitins and receives a commis- for the "defendant. sion fAr hi.s .services without condxict j fn giving judgment Judge Taylor j drew attention to the fact that' an.v regular office or o license fee is the efTcct of a decision given by Judge Taylor in the Dis- trict Court yesterday. The judge heM that the bylaw licensing, rca! cs- tan- agents in the city was for the revcnw only, and not for the pur- of controlling or regulating ths real estate" business. The question arose in the case of .1. Homer vs. Stevenson. W. J. It i the highest Winter Patent Flonr ever produced ft EJenter Co. Itt Mafrath Nest of Owh Lcthbridge Nest of Owls', No. 15D. will meets the second Thursday of each month in K. of P. Hall. _ Gl V._ G: M. PRLEST, Junior" Past Lcxlge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. te if Eqlni hunt Swetj Mert in liw of Hnll fctcrj firet and th.nl Thnrslay iu iWmovth at 8 p.m. brftlirm alirajn x A.. W. ,JJoi 57. nor, the plairitiu' in the action, att- etl as a. real estate agent for th? de- fendant, E. S. 'Stevenson, and sold gave the plaintiffva cheque which was i. suctl upon. The'city council passed] a bylaw fixin? the Jiccnsc fee for real! cstotc, but tiiis'bylaw contained no-Uhich-the law interdicts him from regulated thing that the same. u "The question to 'ixi sa'id the judge, "is whether the en- actment the statute, and the am- onnt the penalty provided, is meant merely to secure "a revenue to by mm e property for in the cHy antl purpose to rcn- The defendant gave the plAin- t tiff P cheque for Sl2o on the Union Itank, j'or commission, but afterward stopped payment on the cheque. Ho claimed that if he gave the plaintiff a, cheque it was for an illegal consideration, viz: the plaintiff not bwig n duly qualified real estate ag- ent, or licensed to do business as