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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Your Opportunity to Hear a Great Speaker, Lecturer; Orator SUBJECT To- "The Des Moines Plan of I Government of Cities CONCILIATION BOARD FINISHED INVESTIGATION AT LETHBRIDGE Have Gone to Femie-Evidena of Local Wit- nesses-Visit to Staffordvifle Made bv Chair- ----_ man Gordon and Party afternoon the any nut, coal had been sold dur- Uon Board was engaged ia evidence of James walking Gentlemen Invited Commence m. Y. M. C. A. 5Oc MR. CHAS, FREDERICK ADAMS OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. boss of the iLeUibridsre Trades and Labor Council, .and the evidence of J. C. Livingstone, pit boss, who was on the stand giving: evidence Ia rebuttal of that which has been taken from the miners who isnere upon the stand dur- ing the week. Ritchie with the prevail- ing in the different branches of sillied and. unskilled labor. His evi- dence showed that the skilled this city receirxsd wages ranging from 75 per for plasterers, Rock in Con! He stated that in a day's run of coal from the mines, averaging from 800 to 1000 tons, about 30 tons of rock was usually taken. This evidence came out in connection with dock- ing system practiced in the mines. He admitted, however, that it was diffi- cult to distinguish rock in the mine. to 25 cente for oommon laborers. Wages have advanced in most, of j these trades the last or four years, and an indication of the increase in cost of living, he stated that five or sis years ago board by, to fche use of artificial light He was ia his statement as to the "time required to do certain kinds of work, such timbering, and judged from hie own observations of their work. Visiting Staffcrdvifle Chairman Gordon, President Pow- ell, Board Member A- J. Carter and a Herald visited Stafford- ville, aear number three mine, dinner last evening, making a GOVERNMENT INSURANCE Bill INTRODUCED Opposition Promises Sup- port to Lloyd-George's Relief Measure London, March in the House of Commons yesterday for the flrst time since his down, Chancellor of physical break- the Exchequer. the week ranged from to tour of the village in an auto- while at present the rates were from; mobile. I6.W) upward. After Mr. Ritchie got through, Mr. Livingstone took the stand and the International Cafe And ke Cream Parlor Round Street Try Our Delictous tMs town ondfatai We Also Carry AM Kinds of Fruits and Candies Pkone W78 Give us a trial, and if you like it and if you don't Uke it tell us friends RICH Nelson, May 5. working on the naw wagon road'that is "being- built from Green-wood city hall to sect with the Anaconda road, a; ten inch lead of galena and qjiartz was struck on tie Stave Out iclawn. TMa claim ia one of the group belonging to the Argo Co. and is 'only a few yards from Ifee ceatre of the city. JjflERALD CONTEST AUTO ARRIVED 'Eferald man had a ride today is e model 27 McLaaghlin-Buick which >j has just arrived-for delivery to Miss p. Edith Barker, lucky winner of this fine car. This is the model that the company is specially featuring up with his examination and cross- examination by tie mine workers. He was again upon stand this morn- ing. Mr. Livingstone's evidence followed the line of evidence given "by tbe min- ers. The mine workers tried to alicit This Morning's Carl Tbeodorovitch, a witness ex- amined a day or two was recalled tils morning, after him, Messrs. Hardie, Higinlbotham and Ami Olson were on the stand. This afternoon the evidence of A. M.. Ritchie, son of Jas. Hitchte, who ,iras examined yesterday, be the. last to be taken 'before ad- journment to go to Fernie. All the members of the board and rrom him the selling- price of coal at j the mine workers and operators took mines here, boifc to railways and l the afternoon train for Femie, to the domestic trade, but he did not where the enq-uiry will be resumed David introduced the bill providing for state insurance against unemployment, sickness and nvalidity. Workers whose income is below will be insured to pro- vide him 5s. per week during his in- capacity. The worker will pay half this amount from his wages, uhe em- ployer and the state providing the balance. The weekly assessment will be S cents per week for men and 6 cents for women. "In the unemploy- ment matter which will apply only ;to engineering, shipbuilding and housebuilding trades, involving workers, the workers and .employers will each pay 5 cents per week, the state providing annually, or one-fourth of the tota The contributors will receive fron. 7s. to 15s. weekly while not employ ed. The sickness provision will a men and women. Austen Chamberlain declared 01 VCU our Schweitzer the kncrw what either case. prieea were received He would not state wh-e- witn open doors to the public and the press. SAID FAREWELL TO OLD TIMERS Pincher Cresk Residents Going to Live in England Pincher Creek, May old- timers met at the Arlington Hotel this evening- for the purpose of saying fare- well to John Brown, of Mountain Mill, one of the ol-d timers of the district, who leaves tomorrow with Mrs. Brown opposition would support the sure. It will mean an expenditure of in .1912-1913 to in 1915-1916. nsmg SHOT BY SETTLER Nanton, May 5. An unknown Ital- ian who had gone violently crazy was accidentally shot by William Carrigan', a settler" near Nanton, yes- terday. The Italian'had tried to "kill several women with a razor. Several raen took after him, among them Carrigan. .They-lcame up.- with The Italian who grabbed1'- tee head of the horse they were driving, waving his razor, which in tfie bright sunshine" or England, where for the future. they glinted like a revolver. Garrigan shot intend to reside. Mr. Brown has been j to deter the Italiair but the gun" aid' n this district for ever 2S years. At j not go off. :he gathering tonight, which was at- As he lowered'1 it -the went off and shot the Italian in season, and it has caught on so well on the other side, of the line that Asthma Catarrh tended by a good crowd of old-timers, the killing Mm -instantly- Trmrr _ _. J Mr. Brown was presented with an ele- gant travelling case, preceded by the reading of an address expressive of the regret felt at his departure, but with handsome good wishes for the future health and prosperity of Mrs.! Brown and himself C Kettles was appointed made the presentation with: a address, which was followed by .people have not beenj remarks from Messrs. Dobbie, Kern- able lately to. secure erren a por-j mis, Gray, Lunn and Lebell. Mr. Brown Carrigan went to Nanton and gave himself up to the police. Coroner Nyblett, of Macieod, has i-eeri for, to liold an inquest. MINE MANAGER Sketch of John Brown of the Hillcrest Mines An interesting individuality in the Person of John Brown, now manager of the Hillcrest mines, and a member of the Operators' Association, has been in attendance upon- the 'sessions of the Conciliation Board here. Mr. Brown disclaims any relation ship to that other John Brown, to whom some people ascribe patriotic .principles of the highest order, anc others look upon ag having shown evi of insanity. Mr.: Brown first became known to the mining people of the Crow's Nest Pass by his connec- tion, in the capacity of superintendent C.C. PAGNUELO WtNE SPIRIT CO. Several Important Acts Considered by the Commons Ottawa, May government legislation, engaged the attention of the Commons throughout the Thurs- day session, good headway being made in advancing various bills on the order paper. Hon. Geo. P. Graham introduced and explained a bill which makes a number of changes in the Railway 4.ct and includes provision that tele- hone, telegraph and express com- )anies will be made to conform to he law which sets forth that a state ment of business aad operation tmist jtne cabinet concerning fche Home e submitted to the Railway Board. jBiH'which has foesn-eoiner time in pre- Graham's bill to provide for rt ls intended; to. ease and operation of St. John Val-ia separat8.Irisl1 The 2sTa- lev railway as part of the I C R ;Gonallats Demand that England at tha system was passed with an in.port- thsreinto ant amendment which makes the DIVISION AS TO IRISH HOME RULE May Times that a' difference of opinion exiiti in. and made a neat reply to the address and presentation. ifcz tte portal ferdBKriptJwbeokJet. ALLDRUGCaSTS _ and antiseptic. Of TOOT drsggjat or Tipo Crwolew Ci. SUf. KOMTREAL tioii of tfie engines ordered by them for the Canadian traae. It is finished ia royal Wue with; yellow -fceei5 A. Miller, associated last year with in tbe matter of wheel-base, runningltbe head office of Pincher Creek, boards, fenders, tool box, etc., is up-to-' th'e-mlnnte in' its class. Its transmit of .the selective type and no sion is feature -has. ibeen overlooked in its construction. It marks a distinct ad- vance in ail previous types of the Buicfc engine and experts who examined'it have agreed that it i perior to anything the Brtick Co. have yet produced. (promised competitors in our a fixgst '.clans, car in every re- spect, but to be candid we hardly ex- pected to hand over to the winner of Cardston and Montana railway, is on visit to his 'brother-in-law, T. D. .Mansfield of Fishburn. He is now located in Calgary and has no con- nection with the road in question any Most spiders have eight eyes, a few species having- but six. Cod Liver Oil Witb the Oil Taken "Out A Triumph for Chemical Science Pharmaceutical Skill Oil from tl been used as a preventative of disease nosmer mines during the purely development stage of that mine. The tunnel driven into the Mil at that Place is one of the finest pieces of mining construction work to be found any where on this continent. >Ir. Brown severed his connection Hosmer Mines, and went to Oklahoma two years ago. He was man for one of the coal mines at Mac- Allister, that state, for some time, and during his stay there he met with ra- tter. an unpleasant experience. A shot lighter was lulled by the explo- ..the annual' This the equ1P- J Que8tion is found difficult There eminent responsible for ment, as well as jhe operation of the jalap a dlffierenc7 oFTiews as To, the rnart number .of fepresentatives to be to amend In- at Westminster and fd: road. Mr. Oliver's Dili dian Act received further considera- tion-in committee and a number of amendments were' 'accepted by the minister.. The third reading, cussion at the bill then received, its There was some dis- evening session of Hon. Wm. Templeman's hill to regu- late the manufacture, storage and importation of explosives, the main J conditions'of their retention. GOT TWO YEARS IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTING 3U1C1DE Nelson, oament in the penitentiary, the" imum sentence for attempting was the penalty inflicted yesterday' morning by His Honor Judge Forin oil ed, C. J.-Doherty. raised the question pleaded guilty to and tai-1 of jurisdiction. He considered that in extenuatfon of tSi'offeaee that pre- this was a. matter which rr.ore prop- jVious to the act he "Had been .ill for erly comes under t-he purview of pro- j some time with" "riieuniatlc ferer, vincial authorities. more. _ S6CUred e and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion _that the medicinal value of Cod Liver Oil was the greasy, oily part, itself only drawback being the unpala- table, fishy taste of the oiL rroia the first experts have been try- ing to find means to make it more pala- table. They used to "cut" it tract for hauling the timber for the it in it with bridges on the Kootenay and Alberta road. They are 'busy at work on the job and in a few days will have 12 The Xootenay and Alberta road has appointed Dr. C. E. Turcot chief sur- prize quite sucn a beautiful ,_ Coal Mine Lamp, Mine Run, or by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O.D. and classy car as Hyde and Sannders drove round to our office this morning. Those who happen to see this car before it goes to Cardston will cer- want to be in the running when we advertise a circulation con- test geon for the construction work. A. Alexander was in town "this .week sion of a shot while he was alone in the mine. Mr. Brown went down to see what had happened, and was ov- ercome by the after damp. caused by the exploded shot. He was in the mine.for thirty hours before he could he rescued. When found he was un- conscious, but had succeeded in get- outlet. ieraon to get away from that abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots pf people still take it in Emul- fc sum'form..which is-nothing mom than shoi "churned" still gently had greasy, oily and a strain on the digestion, [the accident.. This occurred between MISTAKE IN BOARD' which hadTefiiStea In .causing him to suffer sev-srely from Insomnia. To t'Ma and -rcs-jltlnsr' temporary des- he ascrtbeii attempt to commit auidde. Doctor Told Her flot Have Pint Of Good Blood fn IJsr Body. Mrs. Dosithe P. Cormier, Middle Sack- Tille, N.B., says: "In the spring of ;1897 I all run and the doctor told merl had not WjusMTuHvm iTo wwnu, auu me uwtor uwu me i caa not ..-_--------, 1U May statement a pint of good blood in my.body. I took ting- within a few hundred feet of the tariff board has made an [different remedies from doctors', but they error of 33 per cent in its figures d'd not seem do me. any good. After faj-m wages in its Canadian i taken a lot of different other kinds i of medicine; and -tn shot lighter was killed, but evi- A reducing: gear invented for coup- ling high speed marine turbines to low speed propellers to obtain, the highest efficiency from both iias been calling on old friends, erly of the firm o here. itself that built up the were slow to find out that the oil was a distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- and New Year's, 190.9. He was form- contained in it. i Crude oil is quite indigestible, aad businessj A way has now been discovered to do aad Mrs. John Gaunt, with their awa7 with the grease asd the smell, and family, left this week for medicinal'.properties on account of the ill health of the for- fSS valuable for driving ;t -generator by a. swift turbine. The vacuum principle has been j ;mer couple. Rev. R. B. Finlay has been invited to preach a sermon to the Orangemen of Summer-view on Sunday, May 14th. lodge at the settlement named just been organized, Thoe. McKee, at one time a popular; ed to a-fly..trap invited by a Colorado resident of Creek, dropped man, the insects being drawn to their doom through funnels at vrfn- tables and other pljiceo wbore they congregate. PAINTING, BECOBATING. PAPER HANGING most, satisfactory interior of any building we have built In the West" So writes .a, large firm for whom we. had a large contract. WELLINGTON BROS. 1472. YouVe f Good Into town yesterday and called on many of his old friends. Ke left again for Calgary. O. J. Bonyea is a delegate this week to the gathering at Edmonton of M. W. of A E. J. Saundera is holding a sale of his household goods on Saturday. The principal's room reopened on Monday sftsr being closed for- a week pending the departure of the old and the arrival of the new principal. John Krewatch, of Spring Ridge, has purchased .the south .half of the S. E. quarter of 12-6-28 from John iey, and Frank McLaughlin the north j half of the same Quarter. i liver pulp -5 tien reduced to the form of an extract like extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is simply this liver extract combined with an ex- tract of malt and healing wild cherry. It also contains the true hypophosphitcs, _This combination makes Nyal's'Cod Liver Compound a delicious builds up the system, and makes you strong. Take it when you feel yourself loimg your grip. It's a pleasure to take- even the children like it. Get a bottle lo-dav asd ward off disease. for a large bottle. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend it because he knows all about it. Sold and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A. CO; JACKSON COPE- PEOPLE'S D.RUG CO. LETHBRIDGE The tallest and the shortest people of Europe, the Norwegians and the Lapps, live side by side. Hillcrest mines, near Frank. WORLD NEWSAT A GLANCE The Manitoba Agricultural College will tour the province with a special demonstration train. It is stated that Germany will ne- gotiate for reciprocity with Canada. Alberta farmers complain that they- havc not enough men to help them this season. Twenty-one new indictments have been laid against the McNamaras, the alleged dynamiters. Fire in the Eddy factory at Hull, c it has me." Manufactured only by- The T. Milbura i 3o., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Automobile Livery Competent Chauffeur Rates moderate H. E. Robinson Phone 1156 719 Sixth Street South ;