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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA .Notict to Steam Enginfirt 16 HEREBY GIVEX that examination will be held by Jo- DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Z.ETHBRID0E Block, to noon; to p. M to p. m. a duly appointed In- upector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- vince of Alberta, at, High River, Astoria Sample Room, March 5th.' Oiaresholm, Alberta Sample Rooms, March 7th. Macleod, Maxch 10th. Eethbridge, A. R. r j five head of sheep for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall his stock so as to be in pos- many hall leader was a member, and i of thes, ments to the' Coal Mines Act. One a side bet of In addition, Burns had on himself at odds 3 to 1. The ringside betting was of 7 to 2 on Burns. Burns said the fight the easiest he had ever had. He went in, he added, to make it to take amendments was to the ef- fect that no boy under 16 years' of age shall bo employed in any mine to work and correctly looked alter. A taboo is placed on steel itl any hn'ne whero gas found and' nothing but ble clay, furnished by the mine shall: be used. OSro classes of powder orj explosives of any kind must not be i used in any one shot. SHOT LIGHTERS- j Shot lighters ore now required in I Alberta mines the same as in British- Columbia. Where gas has been found! Office, Yards and Factor-Corner Bound and Bompas Sfceete Telephone 153 underground. The amend- or. the- mine is dr? no one but the! .ment. does not apply to boys under shot-lighter is allowed to put- off a! this age'..who'are already in actual shot, or under his immediate direc-j employment, but make if illegal to tion. .The same regulations regard-1 any future date, j ing'the firing of shot, are as applied He had ejected, l no boy under 16 W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Banister, Etc. f or OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK lone if sight." although he was never in doubt as to the final result. Burns was''ques- tioned whether he would meet Roche i j- v go a.ew rounds, years of age shall be emploved ver in nnnKf oc the surface unless ho is able to read and write and has a common educa- tion, including: arithmetic as far C. F. HAJRRIS at the end of three years of Banister, Advocate. Notary Public bead of eattle or five head of j for every 20 acres leased, and BJaJntain jn this propor- during continuance of the i money in A SECOND SHAFT. Another'.amendment provides that no mine shall be operated without in Alberta. now Explosives are not be thawed underground and thawing- apparatus is to a proper NEWS FROM EDMONTON jSec0tld .shaft feet from the The mine is required to keep a suit- able supply of timber constantly in each working face as.practicable and In no case further away than the nearest cross-cut to the working! face a or other other convenient place in shaft. Shtep-grazing is permitted on only portion of the tracts above refer- red to. A map showing the sheep districts may be secured on Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Edmonton, Alta., fourth prisoner sentenced to" life im- t in the Alberta peniten- tiary was brought to the city on Sa- The law previously called for Shaft 45 feet from shaft. Mines which put down shafts m accordance vrith the old law win not be required to sink new no new mines may bo operated turday and is now installed in the j withcmt compliance with the- 100 feet of the Interior, Ottawa. ffiginbotham Block. Lethbridge ed to Beputy Of the Minister oi Interior, j X. publication of advertisement wil] not be paki j for. L. Wilson UCENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge. Aita. Residence Cor. Ford and CTyn Sta. Applications for dates may be made The Herald Office. penitentiary. The prisoner, Samuel] Prior, of Wolslei-. Sask., was com-' victed by a jury recently, of murder in the first degree. He was sentenc- his sentence .-was later commuted to j hre imprisonment. The prisoner a young Englishman about twenty .seven .wars of age. who was formerly j both an inmate of the Barnardo Home. The death., of Rev. Ernest Doras, clause. Another amendment provides that applicants for mine managers tlficates must have had at least five years practical experience or be able to nized Jhon the vicinit3- thereof. A WASH ROOM The company is required to furnish j a washroom for the miners whenever i more than twenty men are employed. Under the law as it stood previous-! ly a committee ef miners (i.e., the pit committee) could inspect the mine j and make a report to the manage- t ment, but there was nothing required that it should be brought to the at-! tention of the department. An am-1 endment wns secured which requires I company is required to for-! FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal Weekly Free Press Family Herald ftAd weekly Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE WANT A reliable local salesman fat Leth- r bridge and adjoining country W. KINGSTON, TAILOR of f I j. 13 years experience before they will be -'allowed to take out certificates, and must be 23 years of age. Still another provides that where are employing a the miners priest of Fort Saskatchewan, checker and make a .occurred at the general hospital this! morning from typhoid fever. request in writ- eries i (Rear of G-. H. Johnston's Store) Fnr Overcoats relined frcm Suits cleaned and pressed Pants Canada's Greatest Nurs Largest list of hardy varieties, tho- tested and recommended fcy the Western esperimental sta- tions at Brandon and Indian Head. Yonr own goods made into A permanent situation for the right man for whom territory will be're- serred. Pay weekly; free equip- ment specially designed for western agents. Write for particulars. 1.25 25 of the mine manager he is H. W. Selby and several members party arrived this morning from this east and will prepare for their nine months' trip Lesser. Slave and Peace River districts. Mr. Selby is another D.L.S. who is help- ing- to the fifth meridian in the north. Between forty and fifty new school quired to pay the checkweigfaer direct irom the mine office, holding out the amount' from each proportionate man's wages. '3OTST MAKE REPORT Owners or managers of coal mines are requested to make returns to the government each year on the 21st of Jaimary showing the amount of coal whenever any danger is found or ap- prehended. All the books required to be kept! in order to "record the reports of the i Sre boss, the pit boss, the pit com- 1 mittee or anyone required to re- I port on the condition of the mine arj to be supplied by the management and the inspector or anyone in the mine, or anyone delegated ht- them, shall have the right to to inspect tneso books at any time or take any copy of extracts or get any informa- tion they choose from them for what- ever purpose they may require. 1JJ new scnuoi miiwjd anr' th K suits from..............14.QQ j districts havc been formexi in various ed i _j _t Clause IS mention, of course, is to provide AAT OFFER WHICH 3tEETS THE SPECIAL WANTS OF CLASSES OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly "of .Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period sac- out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the OKI n the United Spates and Eastern Canada.- Perhaps Bo one newspaper could -ith. complete satisfaotfoa all classes but by this combination offer every special The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer -ffives. a complete by of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In it has special departments for American and British settlers. Fam- ily Herald and Weekly Star supplfesthe former resident of Cast da irith the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in and the Lethbridge Herald provides local Western neivs eannot do wl-thout. a repairs, etc. for all alterations i parU of thfc Province since the begin- "ing of. IfOS and the department of 'education are beine- k- clause is important in the respect that it will put the statisti- STONE A WELLINGTON! Fonthiil Nurseries (850 TORONTO ONTARIO' busv sunnl f %Urinff fiends th. schools greatest difficulty experienced Uat B. C. MOORE 1 Director and Embalmer teachers leaving the profession'after a short time thus creating a constant 108 When you want BRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE A CASE AT QUEBEC Quebec, March Belgian man named Vaureich., about 25 ws found dead in bed today Victoria hotel here under circumstances. The woman tlie hotel last niffht to Prestyteriaji Church. Office Pfcone 102. Residence up with the.fig- the miners ar system by which the men or any off the union officials may keep tab on i the reports so as to see that LETHBHTDGE HEKALD: Find enclosed for which send me Waekly Free Press aicd eoiDB ta to "nd eminent. aemand for more teachers. The seed grain branch earning fabulous wages for work they are doing. A clause is added to tue inspection of "the de- which requires this mine jn- partment of agriculture organized by the Dominion and tho provincial gj- vcrnnjent aro now busily at work Meet in the labor Hall every .sec-iherc oii numerous applications NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS fourth Mondays in the Ior socd PTrai" already received. The is 1 this ond and mointh- j distrrbu-tion for ffrain has been Employers requiring certificated en- ed on -Slicb a thorough brusis j gineer's, and engineers out of employ- j no in need of jyi-ain- for 'ment, would do well to communicate I year "'i-'1 without it. AU homc- with us- I' Cvt.n those- who 'have not ROBERT NEVIS, Chief. theii' crops will be Riven grain GEO. BRUCE, Secretary, ion Application und fanners who arc able -to grain for seed -----------------------------------------__j hnt who can in BLAME THE TARIFF I thcir ovvn O'stricL can also benefit by, Montreal, March Dorain-! tho scheme. One of; most noticeuble features of the j roift is that it will be extended to mnv year. sl-iector. to post a synopsis of his re- port In a conspicuous place at the mine immediatofy the inspection is marie. Under this arrangement the boys At the mine know what the re- ffomg to be before the inspec- >r off the ground, and if they tvc any kick coming they will have opportunity to make it there and then. Another clause is effect means that, at added which in 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 a few more such more dashes at sessions and a few the amendment of every mine iucky one inflammable or explosive gas has'Alberta. laws already in force or the making of laws that we would like to have) in force, the miners of Alberta will! be abie to get about the kind of laws j they want. j Sizing it all up. and adding the! amendments to the eight hour law! tnd the compensation act the ses- sion which closes today has been a! The for the miners RACE MEET AT CLARESHOLM PINCHER CREEK CREAMERv" and another man from Levis. The Jatter registered for himself and the woman man and wife. When -the woman fonr.d the man from Levis was m-sains but later by Detective Walsh. Loore also waa arrested. g company mills are at St. has decided to go into voluntary "s''' A. Rob- managing director, the reec-nt administered to the Canadian woollen busing by the preferential coming in thi.- .tariff is taken. responsible for the action NO SAW MILL THIS YEAR But It is Likely to Be Built Before Next ear Programme Has Been Arranged for Farmers Hold Meeting and May 28 and 29 Establishment of Private Con- I Claresholm, March Moodie ccrn of Calgary, prrsidoat of the Western Creek, March rep-' j racing circut was here yesterday and meeting of farmers arid j met the directors and a rfprf-s.-nta- j; iown.spironle was held in the city hall i tion of the members of the Turf Asso-ito t.he prospects of a cream-' jeiation, wlien after discussing for Creek district. prospects it was unanimously de- considerable discussion as to cidcd to join the new circuit and to the Dative advantages of Govern-! -class Job Department Is iow prepared to to i have a two-day meeting on Thursday TELEPHONES AT EDMONTON Edmonton, March 19.-Thc portion installed in the the Loriraer plan new telephone building by that com- pany before Christmas is being re- moved today and taken to warehouse. Though- the Canadian machine company have been written 11 to on several occasions in reference i Cure, to.the removal of their plant no SWEDISH LUTHERAN COLONY: (Zenas H- vaughau of Boise. Idaho, f and Friday, 28th and 29th May, be- Spokane, Wash., March Mar- cus Arntzen and Louid K. Roberg have bought 320 acres of land 20 northwest of Spokane, they will eatablish a Swedish col- ony, to be settled by colonists from Minnesota. o chief owner of the Waterloo, Lum Oi; and Power Co. and K. II. ing the dates between tht> Calgary May and Lethbridge meeting-. The _________ Hanson, the new manager of the com following programme was drawn up arc in the city today to meet J and tho value of the purses shows tho home parties to whom they expect to i spirit o; Qaresholm. let. tho contract for sawing their lum-! her this year. intend to build their mill here this! S150: one mile novelty rac7. Jura impossiblc to reilc in 3, purse, logs local trot or paco, purse- Waterton! pace or '2.30 trot. 1 pace or 2.12 trot, The company do not p'urst'. ?300; 5-8 milu dash purse e 01 logs down, cut on the banks of th on and nave tne local; properties to Dr. to have the Strowger similar to what is being put on in Edmonton and thus communication can be car- ried on as if the two cities were- owe. bronchial membrane. No opium or chloroform, nothing; harsh naed to injure or supreas. Demand Dr. Slioop's. Tako no other. At All Dealers ciown the lumber AU particulars can bo obtained from to huild the mill next fall and R- Watt, .secretary of the yoar's cut of lops will be put on the in Clanwholni.', Much enthusiasm banks of the rivcr to bo floated down I displayed and confidence is felt next spring. In the meantime uioj that the meeting will be a proat riuc- machn-M-rj that i.s o, the ground here According to Mr. Moodio. a will lx) covered Up until the mill, will vory largo number of horses may be be erected. expected to compete in the circuit. ment creameries or private ones, itl to have the latter. Messrs. D. A. and W. R. McKer- richer gave an outline of a good pro- position and it was generally felt that these gentlemen would give sa- tisfaction. They promised to have the cream- fry in running shape by May 1st 1903. Mr. Charl.-s Kettles with 'his usual t-ntorpnsing .spirit hap offered gratis, suitable grounds as a site for the building. Bros, assure us that they will go right ahead with the work and we believe this will be a good paying proposition as well as an advantage to the town and coun- DH. SS OUT ON Winnipeg. March Margol- on trial for the murder of Bertha Edwards by illegal operation, is out Hf! bnil.--Trm jury disagreed. the needs of the District of Southern Alberta. If you need Commercial or Office Stationery; if you are con- templating holding a Concert, Ball, or other form of enter- ment; if you want badges for Football, Baseball, Lacrosse etc.; in fact, if you want any kind of Printing done and done in first-class style, send your orders to the Herald Job Department. All orders from the district will be exe- cuted promptly and expressed where possible, with mail riiig receipt of orders ;