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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta S, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. May r Lively Encounter at rerme (Continusd fcbm Front Page.) A Good Defence Against Plague No one can afford to lessen their pro- ducing power to-day, stnd to have power you have good machinery. The human body 'is he greatest ma- chine ever most wonder-, ful mechanism in the world. iUortiertng better. Timber It is sheer, economic waste not -to keep about eight Inches la diameter was! your body in condition. h f two men to handle To There is no valid', excuse for t AO the tissues to become attacked by the !'Mr- said two men gener- whiteplasrue. You need your health and ;allv worked together. Canada needs you. About Cogs Insure against it by building "up your _. reserve forces and bodily defences." I 'building of cogs in number nine The best defence you'can get is Nyal's !mlne was explained and the price Cod Liver Compound. It builds up the paid, which ran from to tissues and prevents disease. j roikcogs from four to seven feet Sold and guaranteed ALBERTA DRUG BOOK, CO. J. D. KIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSO'N A COPE" W. P. J. ALEXANDER? LETHBR1OGE you feel fit for any task.. jiroia'four to six feet, but he got noth- For the puny ami backward child there extra for it. The rates for cogs is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Com- i was the same now as five years ago. pound will soon bring the roses back to had before the rora- tbc cheek and give vigor and vitab'ty. JpaQY frequently. -The object of longj own Druggist cheertully euaran- j tiss Nj-al's Cod Liver Compound. work was out a11 the coali :and to preserve 'the quality. At the! i time the agreement was made number! jnine mine was not working. Had the) jmine been workina: on the present! long .-wall system ithe men would not) ;.ftave accepted the agreement. Here! i'Mr. Stockett read from the company! [records to show how many days Linn] ;had worked during: 1910. This showed! j a total of two hundred and twenty-j :four days and an average of say ?4.4'3i jper day. He admitted to the minei i workers that be had -been f a vored by} jthe management on account of steady i One for each everyday ailment jwork 'He had aimed to make -as near! r __________________________ i'rive dollars a day as possible, and! GENERAL SJR IAN HAMILTON Icould not keep his family of six chil-j Distinguished British Army Officer Who !s Now in Kingston. Jamaica, three dollars a day. The; on a Inspection. J.1V. LvU lUilllCi 1 j examination of Wart Goodwin __ _ out. the fact that the manager had1 CLARKE'S STORE NEWS New Spring In TaUoredand Fancy Styles Splendid choosing from choice collections of tailored linens, vestings, ginghams and lawns and a lovely showing of the more dressy effects in fancy embroidered lawns and Tailored styles range frcni Fancy styles from 95c. up to up to A showing of special values at Tailored linens and in Gibson, a neatly tucked pfein or with em- broidered front, and beautiful in fine embroidered lingerie-stylas Police refused to change from day to coal for lhe man who him con-jlt was while tbis was on (Continued from Front Faga.) j tract prices in number nine mine. The stand lhat tne of union dues is Hotly Attacked! dence with any one since trial, and her husband had to keep her mouth shut. tne told workers contended that the ------'change of system from room to Jongj ;'wajj constituted new work under the: ner {terms of contract and that the irusal to negotiate t.ame Mr. Macleod in looking over the of Clinnie discovered.Um one month he had been charsed (Continued from Front Page.) istateuienr re- L iin one month prices tor the new; with over six aoilars in dues to the Sne testified, too, tnat 2. man constituted a violation ofj ed at tiie THaell house on Friday but 'the agreement that the men concluded- a l" to work on to the end of the agree- ment rather than have the niin Thaell had told her to say that he .was in. Thaell had said that the 'caller was -Johnson. Sbe did not know then. The time of the court was taken up a good deal in trying to get the wit- ness to tell definitely where the tow- el and coal were, relatively to the house. As to her evidenc? she said that she told a neighbor that she men on dar ;work in number 01 about the affair on Feb. IS. and this 'sooth because ir'was opening work, neighbor had told Mr. Johnson, so i TO Mr. Carter. Mr. to pav tor unionism. It developed! K_ i i DOQV ;that this neaw charge was the result- Big Battle Is On Thousands of residents of 'El Paso for hours have been watching from jthe root tops and points of American troops ordered every-! on the American side to stay i while] I General is reported comins: to I The lawyer had lef down the barsjtne relief of Juarez with 1000 federals! and Vice-PresIdent Stubbs ran in A command has been sent toj that he had never found dav work remark: "Our friends across troops and room having set the example of 4o have no news .from that iment had refused'to open tne work to! I the men upon those terms. To Mr. Stockett. -ur. Shanks stated Lovely new dresses of Messelaine and Foulard Silks Latest American designed goods, absolutely exclusive with this store, and characterized by their splendid. style, perfect fit. and .extremely moderate pricing Prices and Pretty Wash Coats in splendid array Fine .repps, lineas, Indian heads, and silks in fawns, tans-and browus. plain tailored or beautifully trimmed styles, serviceable, and, perfect in fit and abilities Prices and "way of mining. He had put in the! got ee r ll aaJ intoxthe private affairs ui Mrs_ Josefa Garda and her .United Mine Workers, it might, son were'struck by bullets in Shanks first two today. Mr. Johnson had afterwards told her. jhe thought Sl.P.." a fair price for fillin .She did not see Mr. Johnson until at- Jan eight foot cog. although men tcr she had made her statement of Un-at price for four foot coss. lhe-m to scatter_ Ir withdrawn. vious at the outset that the j vThis started audible applause-aadItillery of the federals .gave them aj to interaose-seriousjtremendous advantage. Small bandsj of rebels could be seen marching fromi '.Madero's camp towards Juarez along! to Messrs. Convbeaie ittiought an eight foot cog could be and Church and she went, to him then about some