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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Famous EASTMAN KODAHS - AND - SUPPLIES J. J. JOHNSTON SOLE AGENT a local budget. Watch Kuan'h acl. J. H. t'owcll, lown tliis weok. \VU9 ill 'iV'iumnl, of diatoms CoMoctur Colitis, i.s ill town. U. C. iMooiv has rcntcil KirUwood Lock's now rosidonco. Our Tvvo-Fi(jco Suits ut ijilii.rtO arc winners. The U Macs. A. ]{. McGuiro, of the Two Maes, Is on n trip iii) the line this vuaU. ; C. V. Uonnclt is conruud to his room with an attack of la gripiii'. 11 lots on nodpath street: best residential part of town; will return good proniK.-A. M. Mctjuucn. Call up M'cstciti Wnrf>'r  A Trnnsfor Co., Ltd., tor good hay . .\. I?, Brown nnd wife. Bod Dult, wero guests at the Windsor this week. T. Taylor dlsiio.^nil n! two carloads '^(^s to a Manitob* dealer on ^londay. A Inisiuuss site on Kound .s'treot at Uss tlmn surrounding proi)crty. Sou A. i\r. jUctiuuen. �W. S. Hill and AIr.s, Hill, oC the l>itlli! How, spent a few days in town this week. J. TT. miiityre. of (he Lit lie-Bow, lelurned this week from a visit to relatives in the cas(. Sam Wadswoi'lh. I ho Kaycnond coal magnate, was in town this week, a guest at the Windsor. It is e.\|>ecled work "11 he eoininenced on (he now lluilson's l!uy ljuilding on April 1st. , The ITeraUl nnderstantis Ihat Ceo, Tlouk refused an oCler of .S;i,400 for three lots on Smith street. Manager ?,lcJIicking-, of the T'nion Hank, went oast to Winnipeg on a business tri|) on Jlonday- night. Thos. Hammond and family, and � n. K. Muininoud, went up to their ranch at I'incher Creek this week. .1. Crawford, for being drunk and creating a '. , \t- i i dog, and the police are loo.cing for'. "' .00. hendqiinrters at Calgao". jfor a f' "-^ Dr. M. ston. of Prince Albert, wero at the Arlington this week. guests They B. .fackson 'member of the Canadian Senate, eturned to ; "'^s in tho city yesterday on tho way wore looking over the land in this district with a view to locating. atembers of the Young Gonservn-tivo Club arc requested to attend tho meeting on Thursday. March 22 8 p. m., in Labor Union Hall, oa matters of special interest will be discu.s.sed. town Tuesday night from an extend- "-'st to Edmonton to attend tho cd visit to his home in Ontario, and banquet which the Liberals of Strath-a day's sojourn at Selby Junction. !'ona wi.ll give in honor of Premier the Paradise of Montana' Ho , sn.'vs I IJutherfowl on Thursday evening. Dr. the mild weather in tho east made,'!-^'' Vebor will also dispose of a num-business there yor.v dull. The Dr. 113�' of matters which require his im-will opnn his oflico iii the Ott Block''mediate attention. He will spend on Moijfl ay- ^ A. M. Grace nnd.jirrs. Oraco l''-T ''ooms for the litrtel. The on-lands, reaching to tho. Little Bow. i arrftu,i;omeiit or ih,- lower part Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Arnold of Lethbridgo, Alberta, are ot tho King Edward for a week. Mrs, Arnold, as Miss Lena Vrooman, of Sutton West, made many friends in Toronto who will be glad to hoor of her visit,- Toronto News, L, M. .Tohhstone. while at- Edmonton last week, pointed out to the "Attorney-Oenei'al the necA'ssity of the appointment of a Deputy Clerk of the Court nt lethbridgo. Tho idea was well received. At present there is only a process issuer here. of tho hoLiil will le 1 hanged. The bar will bo nuivcd la the new section, and tho sitting room greasy enlarged, � The oiiliro hotel will be heated by hot water lUiths will al-, so bo installed. A quiet wedding If'ik place, last W. Rj'an. of flouston, To.\ns, Thur-sdav evening ii( tin- Methodist McMullen Flor- Mary, the bousemaid (to her friend)-"We 'uve matins at our church." and has been devoted hitherto to grazing, and one of the latest arrivals is Mr. Cox and his faniily, who have come here from Surrey, England. A Afichigan farmer also arrived this week, nnd will locale ,there, -Arthur Hunt and family, of Muni-toulih Island, are in town. Thos. . , . , i Wj-raan, B. Wright. Wm. Hunt and"^,^Vv. sister. ! parsr.nngo vvh,.n J-ran.; Mel srorley Dickouf, from the .same, dls-lf''-''' (Senator) Do \ eber. Mr. Ryan ^ v as united in inarr.nKo u, Miss trict, will follow, with five carloads j� ��. oW-t"ner.. Ho remembers � once afcLcan. The bi'nle �-ns boauti-of efl'ects. There ore sixteen persons in this country when Leth-j fully attired in a navy blue travol- - - 'bridge was not in e-visteuco. Ha hnsiling suit, and was gnoii awa.v by been in tho Southern States six; her father, A, Jfci-oan, of this town, years, and notices a remarkable i Mr. McMullen was foriiicriy employed change in the town since ho vas! with the Bcntley Co , and has now here. Mr. Ryan will likely remain in a position at Frank, where the hap-this country. i py couple will reside. They will be , , . , . ,. i nii,�kc'd in town, when- they w*ero so .T. Burnsido, foreman for Wm. Oli- ^^,^,1 i^,own and so dc-crvedly popu-at tho last Provincial elections. Iti^*""; ^f,!'"''"''.'' last'week from the , r,,i,gj, j^,,-^ lale train for was reported that there were 31 ,�^??*- Whilom the cast Mr, Burn- oioii. future homo, lodges in the Province, fourteen hav-P^'^^hased about three tons ot ing been established during the year, iadd"'"."*' machinery lor the sash The Spokosman-Bevi, w, of Spo- and door factory. It has ali-eady j kano, of Tuesday, announced the ia-been shipped, and should bo here nuance of a marriage liceii.'fo to W. C. shortly. With tho now addition to lives, of Lothbridge, nnd .Miss Toulle, the building and tho now machinery, ; of Woo�-,M P.,; w. D.- Whitney is looking for the now provincia auditor, l,ut ho has|,,,,^., , i,^,,^, , j been in the west for many .years ami ,,-, ,3,^,,,, ./annary l�th. It was behoves this m the country w.lh thel., ^'^ ^j,. p,,,,,,^"'^ iMJSt opportunities lor young men. , ^.odtlemnn .says he does hot. own It. The horse is a sorrel and bears the brand TY on the left shoulder. It hos two white hind STRAYED. The Edmonton Saturday Mews says; Xow that the vacant .'ionator-ships have been filled, we niay ox- boon revived once more during the last week that the honor will loll upon Mr. N. D. Beck, KvC, of this cit.v. No better choice could bo made. Others mentioned for the vacancy, who have stronger claims on tho party than Mr. Beck, are Mr, C. doW. Macdonald and Mr. If. C. Tn.y-lor, ol Edmonton, und Mr. C. A. Stuart. M,L,A., Calsary, the horse is not claimed by Murch 8Ist, it will bo sold to .pay expenses, A largo crowd of labor men and citizens generally, assembled at Oliver's 'Hall on Monday evening to hoar an address given by F. H. Sherman, of Fernic, on the causes and present condition of tho strike of the Lethbridgo coal miners. Mr. Sherman proved himself to Le an able speaker, and thoroughly conversant with the question whicii is tho subject of so much conversation on our streets nt the present lime. Robt. A'imiiuins was unanimously voted to the chair, und, after ex-pUiining very conci.seiy tho object of Ihe meeting, introduced Mr. Sherman. Mr. Shermaii started from the t'irth of unionism in the Canadian mining canqiK. Ho stated that organization had commenced In Canada about three years ago, and since that liiue had been slowly but steadily Increasing. It was the object of the IJ. M. W .V. to have every cool mining camp in Canada organized^ The .siMJaker then took up the local situation. Soiiio jieople objected to unionism coming iiito their midst, and many were of the opinion that the t^unadian unions were governed entirely by of the United States. This, the speaker assured, was not the Although tho Canadian unions are aUiliated with the IT. M. W. A. of A., they had their own ofllcers. and the organization was Canadian. The niincrs of Leth-hridge wero unanimous in their decision to organize, and after ui'gani-zation, the.v endeavored to I'lSaeh tho ob.iect desired, viz., to receive wages and working conditions similar to tho,so prevalent in other mining camps In this countr.y. A committee composed of miners mot the coal managers, but wore, he claimed, poorly treated. Mr. .Sherman road a letter to P. L. Naismith, laying forth the case of the miners, but said that to this letter, he received no reply. Shortly after the writing of this letter a mass meeting was called, and, after the questions had been discussed thorouglily, the men unanimously resolved to suspend operations until a satisfactory' agreement could be reached. In the speaker's mind, this fact alone was sufficient proof of conditions unbearable. Mr. Sherman then read the agree-inont that the emplo.vors refiiso to sign, and explained fully the meaning and necessit.v of each, clause. The two leading requests wore (1) that tho men in tho mines should work eight hours a di\,v. and (2) that ihoy .should be paid for the coal Mr. Sherman put forth a forcible^ argument in favor of tho eight-hour day for tho inineis hero. He drew attention to tho fact that, on account of the absence of explosive in the Lethbridgo mines, the ventilation of the pits was not properly looked after. Tho men were compelled to breathe gases which, although not exjilosive, wore very injurious, consequentl.v the health was impaired. In regard to tho second principal cause of complaint, he .said that the minors wero not allowed for any nut coal or slack which wont through the screen, and, as a result, the.v were doing this work without remuneration. The men wore willing to allow 250 pounds per ton for slack, whereas under present conditions the.v were allowed about 80 per cent, of what tho.y dug. The speaker differed with regard to tho company's statement that under changed circumstances they could not operate at a profit, nnd was quite willing to make changes in the requests, providing the operators would show him that they wero right. Mr. Sherman then called tho attention of the audience to tho political strength ot the labor men, and showed the advisability ot forwarding the cause of labor through the ballot box. _Uo .said: "Strikes will not take place when men get educated into settling labor difllculties by legislation, instead of through the wiedium. of strikes. The immense power placed in the hands ot the labor man would shut out conditions that at present at Loth-bridge, " ^ . . In closing. Air, Sherman stated that tho day has passed when large e-orporations could import foreigners to lower the wages of the English-spooking people. He mentioned cases of Japanese and Chinese labor being imported, but this obstacle was easily overcome. The problem was solved by admitting these men mto the V M. W, of A, for the first time in tho history of tho organization. At the close of Air. Sherman s oble discourse, the chairman allowed those present tho privilege of asking any questions, but as no querici were forthcoming, tho meeting was dismissed, ' KNOCKERr~One wiio does not, andv will not,ji iKoiit "Me too" to every plausible proposition,; yet';}ionr;i cstly confesses tliat Sage's picture enlargements, and framing beat the band. ALIIIOHT-One who claims that every other recruit in the stauad is but of step barrin' himself: valsp that the horde of picture i)edlars who invade Iiethbridfce is all out of step with Sage's work and inices. GIBAFFEr-One with a flexible neck who periodically, oottals your orders for picture enlangementa and ; supplies you with caricatures at $8 or |9 each. Art work in same line at Sage's, $3.90 each, framedi SAOE-One who is wise enough to know that good ' value and good business are synonymous terms,: and acts on his knowledge by giving the best work at lowest prices compatible with honest dealing. ROBERT SAGE THE BOOK STORE. .: ^. H IS MAKING PRICES SIZZLE ON ALL KINDS OP these days. He is bound to pass them out at once and offers bargnins that should make warm buying. .  . .  , ^ C. W. GRAY THE HARD'V^ARC MERClIANr TELEPHONE 66 GALLAHER'S I SMOKING - TOBACCOS I Most complete assortment of f PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES ' All the best brands of Cigars, domestic and imported. ^ Ghtnong Brother's Chocolates. Wallace CSL Hoselton Two little l)o,v.s, alioiit six years of ago, wore burned to death in a hay j loft at Calgttr.^'. They wero Aubrey r)ri.y and Willie Mcnne, sons of William McTiae, ft C. I', l�. engineer, und J. Oay, a C. r. H, engineer. I if WE CANT MAKE | I THAT WAVCH of | t YOURS CO * You may just as well give it to the Iwiby to play with. Its days of service are surely ended-and it is, a fiues-tioij with you now of buy-inganewono. You ought to come here for a new watch for the , same reason that prouipts you to Jbring us yotir repairiug jobs-because M'e are in a position to give you the highest grade of satisfac- \ tipn. As we said, \v�) can Ket. till tilc sei-vice out of u watch that there is in it, down to the last tick, if you will let ns look ut it occasioiiully. And as for now watches- well just take a few minutes some day to look over what wo have. That's all we ask * R.A.WRIGHTi The Jeweler JHatton & Dijon's I : Bis Cash Sale ef 1 j Tailor Maide 0&th�s I (SI  From aow imtil Mftreh ht we will give yov your {  choice of oay Suit io the window from |2S.OO on  I to $25.00. These pricet cnn*t Intt, to get your Z  Soitt now while tliey ore cheep.  \ king Lumber Mills I LIMITBD SS^^ Cranbrook, B. C. MANUFACTURERS OF I Rough and Dressed Lumber | Moulding and Lath liiMHii...........JMM......MM#M�#�M� LETHBRIDCE BREWING & 1 MALTING COMPANY. LTD UANUFACTVHERS OF Fine Lagor. Beer, ile aoil PoFtar THE BK8T in THEJWEST All Older* tent to the Brewery will receive |)io�I�i\* ;