Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALTA., SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909. Now the warm weather has come atteud to your [I RHPORT PRESENTED I1 garden. We have a full V1 Stock Of "f DENTS DURING 1908. Garden and Hoes 1 Lawn Mowers ALBERTA COAL MINES TO THE and Hose Pipe Call and see them I f j Bros. Chief Mine Inspector Fraser in Mis j ropon to the Minister of Public Works of Alberta, of tho Work of the year says Sir have the honor hoivwith as provincial inspector of mines, to sub- mil my annual report for the year ending DecemlK'r 31st, 190S. Summary of Statistics Number of irint's at pres- ent in oreration H- Xuinber of new mines op- ened in Kumber of old mines reop- 1. Army Dogs 2. Udy Killer 3. The Bee and the Rose 4. How Mabel Found a-Husband O N Won't You Come Over lo my House Hill and Ackerntan. sen- sational Comedy Acrobats. Best yet De Monde and Dinsn'iore, Coiredy .Novelty SiiiiiiniT and Talking Act. The Thatens in ing a Wife." j Royal North West Mounted Police TENDERS FOR PAINTING SEALKD TENDERS addressed to Othcor Commanding R.N.W.M.Police .-ml endorsed. "Tenders for .Painnno" wiu be received bv the uj.Klersijrn.-d up till noon of the" 18th May .or the painting of all the biuK'rigs in the Police Barracks at Alacl" d. two coats, surface about Matt-rial anr' workmanship to be first cl.'ss. woik f> bo completed mot later than 1st September, 1909. A-i accepted cheque for 5 per cent. of th? tendered for. to ac- company tender. The lowt-st 'or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. For further information apply to Daily Herald Market Place you dive to sell or to rent place It this column. If .you inythiof use tail column. 25c one insertion 6 for SI TO RENT. (STOKE TO Hill Block, Daf- jferin St. 60 feet long, neut windows. (Now occupied by Win. Head Co. Vucunt June 1st. Apply E. J. Hill Co. 122-6 SITUATIONS VACANT in General Hardware f Phone 75 P. 0. Box x 27 I N'lmht-r of ir.inos abandon- f f V) 4 od in u'os....................... G NuniK-r of tons of coal uajri ML vs. Number of tons of coke Xumbvr of ton? of briuuet- ;es produced.................... Average number of Arsons employed inside mines Average number of persons employed irines.. Number of fatal accidents inside the mines The Business of Brown Arthurs Is of fatal accidents .DOUGLAS MILLINER, NORTH WARD the Officer Polio.-. IfSpcU P. C. H. E.N.W.M. FURNISHED EOOM TO RENT- Modern Conveniences. 53 -Yrgyje Ave _________ _ 123-0 TO in writing will be received by the un- dersigned up to the 15th May for the privilege of renting the- residence, unfurnished of Mrs. J L and wife man to do I Sovai1' coraer of Dufferia and Glyii farm work and wife to cook Sallee i month- Applicants O.wi with small children not considered. C. B. Bowman, Agent. 123-6 Cecil, 122-6 WANTED-Twenty breaking outfits to start to work at once. Will pay FOR Redpath St.. inserting thi? suh-or.is authority. Supt price per acre. Apply to the 7'rooine? ,house for ,salt: fe xmzen, omun 01. .without WANTED-Two waitresses at once at Alberta Restaurant. 115.0 I LETHBRIDGE ALTA. v f I I f I I t- PARISIAN HAIR- DRESSING PARLORS 3G.12.U 11 Has a charming selection of Flowers, Ribbons, Wings and Hats Ladies are requested to call ami inspect the stock. New stock is beitii: added every week. Elegar.t Boas all in colours TENDERS NTED will bo Deceived b; j undersigned until Tuesday May nexi. at live o'clock p.m. for the erec- ii..'U oi a building for the Union Bant pi Canada a Lethbridge, Alta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans aiui specifications may be seen at the Architect's offices "in the A. Mac-rlomJcl Block JAMES A." MACDOXALD. 4rchitect. STRCTLY FIRST CLASS ROOM AND two gentlemen with pri- I general servant Waces Zate Centrally located. iT 55 a week. Apply Mrs. Wm Stafford moderate. Apply Box 19, Her- i MI Eedpath and Westminster! 123-6 f Htfa Road. Expanding Excel- lent Service the Secret The opening of the Parisian Hair Dressing Parlors in the new Empire theatre block, secures for Galgary a long felt want. Messrs Browne and Arthurs, the proprietors, are to be congratulated on their enterprise in providing the ladies of this city with the highest class hairdressing par- lors that are to be found in th e west. They understand their work and outride the mines Number of non-fatal acci- dents inside the mines Number of non-fatal, acci- i dents outside the mines.. Number of mine managers' certificates issued Number of pit boss' certi- ficates issued Number of fin> boss' certi- ficates issued Nil 43 FEATHERS AND BOAS CLEANED AND CURLED WESTMINSTER ROAD Opposite the Lake FURNISHED rent, in WAOTED-A capable and experienced I APPlj' i -i )_ i 124-G saleslady for dry goods department, j.____________ Must have references. Apply Manag-' TO LET-Fumished room to let er Hudson's Bay Company. 120-6 615 Glyn St. 125-1 Tender for Courthouse Lethbridge 14: 19 Vrally that with ihe itu- vince was held on the same dar at I Coal is being- mined in the south j proved lamps at present" on the mar-i the -different centres, thus precluding practically from the eastern bound-1 ket a surticiently good illumination any chance of candidates from one to its western j -rs obtained to enable the miner to; centre making known to candidates the west we have ex-: make a thorough examination of nis j at another centre the trend of '-he Owing to the introduction of safe- lamps the number of steal! burn- ing accidents confident that they can please of the moset fastidious. Havimr made special study of their business in the itensive mines Producing bituminous i working place. principal cities- of Europe and the j coal of both cokin- and steam vari American continent jties- while as we leave the mountaii Since the opening the busine- come on the Prairie' towards the accidents has been greatly re- increased -immensely and far ex-' east- we firul h5ffh ffnxde coals- ,wltnm> the Uvo -vears and oeeds the expectations of the lhe main Iine of the C- p- m have we any recorti of raent, and goes to show that their of CsJS-- the >thcrc bcin" ai1 caused by a workmanship is the highest order. m_ines- producing a very- mi_- IT i i (grade of steam coal, and the feature of face massage., which can 'head mines' a good grade made a continuous round of inspec SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, registered and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton, and indorsed "Tenders for Courthouse Lethbridge" will be re- ceived up to 12 o'clock noon. June 5th, 1909, for the supply of all plant EXPERIENCED FRENCH G4RD-! i examination papers. Tenders received by .of Lethbridge at the office lamo limiting gas in a mine. I r ,_ AUj lith, 1909 for the construc- This establishment a special Israae of steara and tne Bank-, The districl mspeetors and I have, uon of approadmawly square --rec-j yards of cement sidewalks. A competent general ser- TC? Nicely furnished room. vant. Apply Mrs. Geo. B. Mackav P1! for 'two friends. Apply 623 cor. Borupas and Bartlett Sts. 124-6 Crabb st- _ 125-1 ROOMS WANTED WANTED-A .warehouse and cella man. Must -be well recommended. __ Apply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Stores. 24-6 Room and board in pri- _ _____ j vate house not more than six blocks WANTED-Two good smart boys to Apply to H' work at tinning and plumbing trade. The Hick Hardware. 125-3 LOTS FOR SALE who knows the i -TWO city. Apply Grocery Department well located. Brown Co. 125-0 W1 shack and good barn, or _____I will trade for good team and wagon SITUATIONS WANTED of flour mills on railroad ave. material, labor, and performing of all work necessary to complete the erec- tion of a Courthouse in the City of Lethbridge. and on which separate take charge of any kind i_______ of work in arborculture, horticulture T or yard and gardening landscape J ply Box X., Herald Office. LOST tenders will be received for the fol- lowing: A VU. iitillj I11IIU A. All masonry, carpenter work Open for foot white. Also one colt about 2 TT year old mare, a little gnay'i, 1 monogram JD on left i shoulder and on left hip, about white spot on face, right hind sheet metal work" 'plasterin" and fin- i for building with first class years old, with mother, when last ishine. e of carpenters, in a few days. Ap- j seen in springvl908, between city and amount of coal to the towns alone: especially at the small mines, with ed to suit the climate of try" and the testimonials already re- ceived tends to show that their work is greatly appreciated. Beauty is the the C. X. R. and C. P. R. i regard to compliance with the min- will within six days after the award- i ing of the work enter into a contract Following you will find a. summary! Oi' the province. At j with the City. Satisfactory bonds will of the development work in the var-'one time k u'as vcr-v tiifflcult to oo- j Be required for the faithful execu- first present nature gives to woman districts during the past year.' !taH1 satisfactory reports fr ar.fi ;T ._ .small mines which work i and the first it takes away. This es- tablishment also has experts on ar- Work of Inspectors On the appointment of the third. from the intermit- j i tently, but now very little difficulty! contract. officg may be n No bid necessarily accepted. tistic hairdressing.-marce and water inspector in the province, a redlstri- jls met with ia this C. M. ARNOLD, waving, shampooing, scientific scalp ibution of districts was made. Mr. j Accidents j City Engineer, treatment, hair cutting, hair dyeing, j Heathcote, whose headquarters were j The past year shows a considerable j Alberta, May 1st, hair bleaching, wig making, complex-! at one time Lethbridge, was trans-1 decrease in the number of accidents. ion beautifying and hand massage, i ferred to Calgary and the bituminous j One serious accident occurred in the Yet another specialty is made that mines in the Crow's Nest Pass. Mr. I 1 mine of the H. W. McNeiU Co. of making .you a perfect figure, being the sole agents of the world famed Spirella corsets, particulars of which will be found in the ad. appearing on page 4 in the sporting secion of this edition. Correspondence is cordially invited, which will receive prompt attention. Consultations Browne Ar- thurs. new Empire theatre block, 8th Living-stone, the new inspector, was i Ltd., whereby three men lost their Driven charge of the lignite mines in j lives. This, accident was due to an the Lethbridge district and west as! explosion of gas in the Carey Seam, far as Lundbreck, while I have super- i the morning of the accident I intended all the mines in the north- was on my way into the mine to em part of the province. make an inspection, so that I was The policy adopted by the depart- jable to niake a thorough ment requiring the use of locked safe- of circumstances attending ty lamps in mines where there is jthe explosion a few minutes after it FOR SALE 1st, An improved farm of land on the Milk River, known as the Loggiu Ranch, about 7 miles from Courts and 8 miles from Milk River, having comfortable "dwell ling house, horse and cattle stables and corrals. 2nd.. Parcel of land in city, situate directly east of North Ward Meat Market, 75 bv "I O A r i B. Plumbing. C. D. Electric wiring. Plans, specifications and contract may be seen, and forms of tender had on application to the Engineer's Office of the Department of Public Works, Edmonton; to the" branch office De- partment of Public Works, Calgary, or at the office of the inspector at site of Lethbridge. Each tender must ba accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, JEd- monton, to the amount of five per cent, of the tender. The cheque of the successful bidder, if any, will be retained until the necessary contract with Bond for twenty per cent, of tender is executed. of the unsuccessful bid- 1 bp returned within three days after the execution of the con- tract. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive anv defects. JOKN'STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. DATED at Edmonton this fifth day ply to J.- R. Agar, contractor and I colt branded c4 over on builder. P. 0. Box 170, City. 120-6 1 right shoulder. a head reward Return to Joe Pisko, No. 3, Main-St POSITION Engineer! on gasoline plowing outfit; six-years experience on gas engines. Apply to Box C. M. R., c-o Herald. 124-6 124-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR residential pro- perty, rents per montn. Price Good terms. Alberta Realty Co. 115.0 FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots on Westminster Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. 120-0 Avenue west. Calgary; phone 613. SOCIALIST FOUND GUILTY Fort Scott. Kansas. May Warren, managf-r of a socialist publi- cation, charged with sending scurri- lous and defamatory mar- ine mails, was found guilty by the jury in the Federal Court, here to- day and appeal tak'en. Warren was charged with sending an envelope through the mails bearing the fol- lowing inscription printed in red ink: reward for any one who will kidnap Ex-Governor Taylor of Ken- tucky and return him to Kentucky." shares. Apply MCKNIGHT BROS.. Milk River. Alta. any danger of explosion from gas or occurred. There is no doubt that Also 1500 Royal Coi- l-dust has been enforced accident was due to the utter j the province and the inspectors are i disregard of orders on the part of; finding; less and les's opposition to jtne certificated shotlighters, who fir- J the introduction of safety lamps, as i a shot charged with dynamite i the operators in most cases are not i ne had instructions to see that j slow to realize that the use of .safety "Powder was used for; ding scurri- j lamps tends to lessen the danger i coal- There was evidently Owing to having been replaced by wr through frOTO explosions. Some of the' oper-; -some Jack of discipline shown in con- equipment, we offer, subject iltv hv tho _ prior sale, tne followins? eoninmfnt new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 gray horse, quarter circle over heart on right shoulder. Weight about Ibs. Has been seen around river bottom. Ten dollars reward for recovery. Ap- ply John James, southeast of the Fair Frounds. P.O. Box 96. 121-6 red milch cow, branded SB on right hip. reward for return to Alex. George, John St., No. 3. 21-6 FOUND FOR SALE storey six- roomed house, Crabb St., good terms. Apply at Box H.H. 123-6 LAND FOR SALE, NOTICE The partnership heretofore carried on by J. F. Rodgers Joseph A. ACRES OF WHEAT Young under the firm name of Rodg- Close to Taber, for sale ranging in ers and Young in the business of a price from up. Stewart Mat- sales stable at Lethbridge is this day note book with name Al- mond Langiord Taylor, Lethbridge in- side cover. Owner can hare same by calling and paying for ad. 121-0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS dissolved by mutual consent. All ac- counts due the partnership are pay- able to J. F. Rodgers and all liabil- ities of the partnership are assumed bv the said J. F. Rodgers. DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day of April, 1909. J. F. KODGERS. JOSEPH A. YOUNG. ators have objected to the use of nection with this case, as, although safety lamps on the -round that the iil vvas clearl.v proved, that the fire g new return tubular boilers m fa illumination given by the safety: boss had Tnade z0- inspection of the p., 125 Ibs. working lamp is inferior to that Driven by the of accident before the men i second hand return tub! boilers open light, thus causing miners to be jvvent- lo his report was not re- 30 h.p. 60 Ibs. working pressure, more liable to accident, as with the as required the Act. This inferior light they could not make i case the necessity for the man- such a thorough examination of their: a m'ne to see that his in- working places. This statement mav jstruciions to his under oiricials -are T. E. PATTERSON. _ Tainterj Local representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 OWNERS acres first class level land, no stone 14 1-2 miles from town. Will sell for if equity is paid in cash. Address Box 208, Lethbridge, Alta. 122-6 FOR order to dispose of the balance of our holdings in town- ship four and range .thirteen, west of Office.. Oliver Block. Phone the fourth, we are offering three and one-half- sections in the above town- 2 second hand return tub. boilers, 60 h.p. 60 Ibs. working pressure. ORDER ship, at only per acre. I first class land, rolling but All IN .THE MATTER OF' THE ES- TATE OF RICHARD PILLING, late of Aetna in the Province of Alberta, deceased., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claim or de- mands against the late Richard Pill- ing, who died on or about the 9th day of December, 1906, at Aetna in the province of Alberta, are required on or before the 20th day of May, A.D., 1909, to send by post prepaid to W. C. SIMMONS, of Leth- bridge, in the Province of Alberta, or to deliver to the said W. C. SIM- MONS, their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims in writing and a statement of their ac- counts and the nature of the securi- ties if any held by them and such statement shall be verified by Statu- tory Declaration of the claimant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 20th day of May A. D., 1909, Cather- ine Pilling, administratrix of the said estate will proceed to distribute the This offer will hold good asets of the said deceased amongst cai.i i the persons entitled thereto, havinsr Thirty thousand of these wcro mailed, hold with regard tQ thg carried our after they are given. j forms xof safety lamps, but" it is fen- Prosecutions Only one prosecution was under- hand locomotive type boil- ers 150 h.p. 12o Ibs. woruing pressure. 2 second hand Ingerspll Sergeant Class A straight line air compress- ors; steam cylinders 24 in. dia.; air cylinders in. dia.; 30 in. stroke. 1 second hand Ingersoll Sergeant Island ALBERTA i i I i i Choice Business and Resi- dential Lots This townsite is situated 64 miles east of the city of Leth- bridge, on the Crows Nest Pass Division of the C. P. R. and has the celebrated "OldGlory" gas well adjoining the town- site. There is a good supply of coal and water. No invest- ment on earth like earth itself. Buy now a? price? are advancing daily. Prices of lots range from 525.00 to ?250.00, according to location. Special prices for blocks. Terms are one-third cash and -the balance payable in six and twelve Jiohths with interest at particulars call' or write to cent, LUDTKE WADDELL Bow Island, Alta. T shaft at the mine where he was cru- i ployed, m accordance with General j 14, Section 51 of the Coal JMines Act. A conviction was obtain- I o-d and a fine imposed. LegislatioD i The measures passed at the session of the legislature in last have j brought the mining regulations in I this province up to a high standard. jThe clauses dealing with the use of safety lamps and the controlling of shot firing in gaseous and dusty j mines tend towards diminishing acci- I dents to a great extent. j Examinations j Two examinations for fire bosses i and one for mino managers and pijt bosses have been held durhrg the The number of candidates pre- jsenting themselves for examination is steadily increasing and judging1 i from the number who present thcm- selves before flic Kxarnining Boa'M j there ought soon to be no Jack of qualified officials in the province. lu .tmtSlothinst For further to the claims of whicfi Coal from Phone I Jtion a Iv The Canadian Real'! then have had notice and Best j Estate 9, I cleanest on the over Eureka Theatre, or Box aK peon's of market.. Prompt delivery at your i-etnonoge, Alta. j whose ciaims she shall not then have borne, and weight guaranteed. received notice. FOR acres at High River JDATED at Lethbridge, this 8th day DELAY IN BUYING CITY PEO- bsst wheat land in Alberta, four miles j of April, A. D. 1909. perty motns higher prices tomorrow, from new railroad. per acre, bar- j W. C. SIMMONS, Buy today. Any locality on easy I gain at cash, balance 51 Solicitor for Catherine Pilling, ad- tenns. j years. Apply Box R.. this paper. 25-6 j ministratrix of th-e estate of Richard Pilling. 1 hand four wheel saddle tank locomotive, 42 in. guage, cvlin- ders 10 in. x 14 in.; weight 14 tons. 4 second hand Jeffrey 10-ton elec- tric mine lompmotives, guage 36 in.. 75 h.p. 1 new Aldrich-Westinghouse Port- able Electric Mine ;pump mounted. 36 guage; capacity 100 gals.; 300 ft. lift; 10 h.p., 220 volts D. C. Enclosed motor. 1 second hand Danville tail rope haulage plant, hoist 4 drums 88 in. j dia.; double engines, cylinders 20 in. x .36 in. 1 second hand Danville endless rope haulage plant, hoist 2 drums 60 in, dia.; double engines, cylinders 10 in. x 13 in. 2 second hand Crocker Wheeler D. C. generators 125 v. 200 amp. 25 k.w. I second, hand marble switch board complete ammeters atid vglfc meters. 1 second hand 80 h.p. McEwing high speed horizontal engine. 1 second hand 40 h.p. McEwing high speed horizontal engine. 3 second hand Lidgorwood-Joffrey electric hoists, 220" v. direct current. 75 h.p. 15.000 feet second hand 1 in. wire FARM LANDS. WILL SELL ON crop payment plan. or spread over a term of vears at 6 per cent. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE work horses, i DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF" Phoie 884 or apply to 425 Bartlett.! being burned out. Now is the time to St. 121-6 i insure yaur honse and furniture. Lowest bnard rates. WANTED 120 ACRES BREAKING AND Horse outfit. One mile from New Dayton. A. Care of Mason Land Co, FOR registered PercheroH stallion. Good work horse, single or double. Will trade for good mares or geldings. Also two or three teams of-drivers. Apply Box 290, bridge, Alta. WANTED TO BUY SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- .WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who Is the sole head ol Leth- a family, or any male over 18 years 121-0 may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or 8ub- number of setting hens, i Agency for the district. by Apply Wilson's Auction Rooms be- j proxy may be made at any agency side A. R. I. offices. 123-6'ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least 80'acres MONEY TO LOAN j or four well broken oxen. Apply Box 27, Herald. 121-6 .haulage rope, 6 strands, 7 wires tot past, mine operators have been plough steel, in good condition, handicapped through not being able: 10 tons in. square soft i to obtain the services of properly ncw- qualified and certificated men and a! Hadfield's steel mine car _ wheels; 18 in. dia. 1% in. axle; bronze great many of the officials at the i bushed. i mines only held permits. The num-j All machinery in good condition jber of permits issued shows a de- j and W'H closest inspection. Im- crea.se from vcar to vear j mediate shipment. For full partien- TT 'lars and prices wire or Heretofore it has boon the custom i mtrp WTTOT -r, _ i iflKi B Pih.01 .rAoo OUAL of the Examining Board to hold T j. _ VU., their examinations on different davs T rrrrDwxr ___ J. D. 1 U itJX KJ I. fl; centres. However, Purchasing Agent, the last examination heM in the pro-1 Fernie, B. C. ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada I 3HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL i Paid-up Reserve and Undivided t of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnife Branch- Coaldtle Block, St. solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, j brother or sister. j In certain districts a homesteadei in good standing may pre-empt a j quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eacn j of six years from date_of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pat- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. yeside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W-COBY. Deputy Minister of the publication cJ this advertisement will not be paid for.