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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta f KK ISMLY HERALD Fi'iday. May 12.1011.' LOST CENT ON EVERY TON OF COAL____. {Continued from front A TRAGEDY IN THE HOME WhenTlisMoney-Maker Falls ill "Wives and mothers, who are depctideut up.on the wages of husbands mid-sons, Should see that the men take care of themselves. When the men are out of work, through sickness, i i money comes in. 'When the rneu pit boss at Coal Creek for many years, j compj.lin of backache and headache- followed McLean, and the scene of i Of Rheumatism or Lumbago take happened and could throw no light upon the accident. The ch.iirmnn complimented Mr. McLean as he lei't the stand upon his clearness of state- ment. f Mr. David Martin, another of the oldest employees of the company, a envelope. At this: to state ed a frotn the to save yoi invite of year, when carpets are a wanted line, we beg IS COMPLETE. We have just receiv- selected stock of Floor Coverings direct tes, '.By buying direct for cash we are in a position money on Carpets, Linoleums, Curtains, etc., and we iqu to.inspect our stock and compare our prices. Wilton Carpets in die newest .and most tip-to-date colors and desins in all- sizes. 9x10-6 from to Brussels Carpets, in floral and conventional designs, from 5. to These carpets will give perfect satisfaction -in'wear and appearance. Tapestry Carpets. Splendid values in Tapestry Carpets 9x9 9 x 10-6 9x 12 This Specials in Ingrain Carpet. yard wide and reversible, carpet is one in handsome colorings, fawns, greens or reds. Regular 45c, 75c, and 90c per yard for 35c, 6Gc, and 75c per yard Greenwich Inlaid Linoleums, 2 yards wide at and per yard. Finest printed Linoleums, 2 yds wide, to per yd. Roor Oilcloths, JOcto 90c per yard. the enquiry was shifted back to the; things in your omi hands and get GIN mines. Jlr. Martin -had diarse of the' PILLS. A bore or two. of GIN PILLS mines on the north side or the creek' "'aysave >'ou many dollars iu the and was examined regarding coin- j plaints about Umber, trackage, etc..! but he stated that not many com- j plaints had reached him. Secretary Carter, one of the board members I pointed out that complaints wore not taken direct to Mr. Martin, the reg- ular course being through the fire bosses to the pit committee. Martin's evidence regarding prices paid was corroborative of others. The price at first had been' reduced till 'now in: some instances it was cents .'a i ton. v. "2. To Mr. Sttibos he stated .that he had a own' sal- ary of .525 per" month.- -He" thought a mlner-vsiiould have 3100 per month. In reply to Stubb's question regard- Ing the- increased cost of., living he jocularly said that formerly he had quarreled with his wife over, the ezperiijje- of. the household, but he had. quit leaving her to run the affairs of the' house. The result was a cessa- tlon of the quarrelling but ignorance upon.'ljls part as to the cost. Ke had however, heard his wife complain of the soaring nature of prices. j This done in Mr. Martin's pe- jcuijar. manner.' 'brought broad smiles j from the apr! -even- the I airman's face' 'i To Mr. Wilso1. .M-miTi paid" he for li'.'i-t.' -Liix yell's, j-.nrt similar with many features of mining in, .the Pennsylvania coal fields. General Manager Wilson presented i his statement, as promised, sho-wiag the total cost of mining in all the Coal Creek mines during the ye-ars j 1909 and 1910. This showed the av- erage cost of coal during that period to have been and the average Price obtained was a net loss per ton of all coal mined during" the two years of one cent per ton. Swears Statement Correct Mr. Klauer, -chief accountant, was sworn and said tie statement was ;-.i "jVIv .husband-was.Ttak'eDT witli -severr Kidney! Trouble last winter and "could not work '--for-some time. .After taking'''1 one go back to with GIN PlL'LS-uiitil-he.liad: two boxes when had-entirely gone from hL> back. Yon .may publish this letter as I sincerely wish- every sufferer, who .has" '-Kidtiey "Trouble, would test-the.-aierits-.of GIN PILTSS." --MRS. MvE. GARDNER. X If you have tried medicines and doctors without relief, do as Mr. Gardner, take GIN PILLS. and cure refunded if :tney fail. SQC a for free if you write us. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept. A. D. Toronto. NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS for Sick Headache, Biliousness, Con- stipation and Indigestion. 250 a box. correct. He was req.uest.ed to bring C. P. R, HAS NEW LINE IN VIEW (Continued from Front Page.) On motion of -Messrs. Barker and Harris the Board pledged its hearty before the board the bills of parti- support to the baseball association in culars from, which the statement had I its efforts on July 3rd next and also been made. This together with the i empowered the executive to act. There sworn statements of the company's aa-jwiii be a request for a special train ditor covering: die same period will be service that date. laid before the board Ibis morning. Secretary Yo.ung of tne company was also called and requested to bring a A resolution endorsing Leth'brldge as the point for the Dry Farming Congress of 1912 and pledging Card- 1AGRATH GIYIS REASONS (Contftiued from Front country and the giving of increased labor to che mills and railways in con- Jnection with any wheat imported from this- country, because every bushel or ?ERY of'.thV'rWortd hsins- frna tn iiTade 'wheat that goes into the country an-i ;-our ;'m.arSetsT it s-ppears to me tifati other bushel has to be shipped out (Continued from Front Page.) Mrs. Madero Embraces Husband A few moments later down the -iarrn products Trill reach tne lowest York, in view- of the fact: that Thoroughfare was heard the gal- the hcmses side Their fire molishing The building. There was ric j other alternative for General j to shrapnel was being poured into j t'ie nouoivs and squares of the bar- -jpossT-blelevel In "this country. Here we! cotmt.IT produces practically of horses and soon the m- racks. -had -this "matter before us Jori -xnoaths, and knowing that the Argec-j -republic will, for instance, under 1 this agreement, 'be able to ship its pro-' inducts into cols cotmiry I- would! to fcnow Trhat it' costs to produce; LJI 'basiie] of -wheat in that country. La-} all of the agricultural co-uncriesi the world, outside of the United; !000 bushels more than it requires fori siirrecto standard, the Mexican na-j its people. tional colors, flashed in the sunlight. I have absolutely done my it rode Mrs_ Francisco J- Ma-i th3nn matter, and have an not' it i of our peo-i aero. Jr., and an escort of cavalry. Her face was bearning with loy, her black dress covered with dust 2nd SERVICE GOES TO. FAR-NORTH Edmonton, 01 ay W. Ser- ice, who has 'been in Edmonton dur- ig the past week, leaves, .tomorrow DOMINION GUARANTEES C.N.R. BONDS j Ottawa, May The House yes iterdav Hon. G. p. Graham, minister statement of sales- the parties to ston's hearty support was moved by whom the sales were made and M. Heffier and seconded by S. Wii- culars as to the rates of freight paid unanimously." i for transportation for coal and coke.; A petition relative to the framing The board then adjourned and went land passing If -possible of ex- into private consultation with both; emption ordinance was signed by all committees. The result of this con- present. 'ference has not been made known. Messrs.., Harris- arid. appointed a committee to Investi- gate ,report to and act'with the board executive as to a, steno- grapher-'for 'board: The meeting' Jieved record prices for lhen adiourned- Guernsey cattle were paid today at a Cardston's curfew erftfaan-ce came- sale at Villa Nova.. Mortimer last- nlght and of New London, Conn., paid out-its warning; to all minors to Billys France, of the Hague, 'a way. year-old bull that captured first prize j Friday 12th -Inst at the Canadian exposition last ston and Mountain View" -will try the PRICES FOR GUERNSEY CATTLE PSuladeiphia, -May are Re- He also paid for Billys France Lady Gazalle, a four-year-old cow- bred -by Yeves of the Isle of railways, introduced resolutions [Guernsey. Seventy-eight animals were P'O'iciins; for a she spurred her horse to the scene of I for a trip to the ncrti during he cent S35.0UO per mile for that sec- __ _ of 3i per (sold fora iotaT of which is also said to be a world's record for cattle me at all I did expect to triurnp'n. The shouting j wil] travel over the rrail followed of the Canadian Northern and Canada. Is much the. -thandt is and i that; entered municipal buriaing, -.imposition to ask the reoresentatives 1J 5, to prolong it any; me Madero headquarters. further. However. I will take _the firscj Orders were being issued there by book E General Or7-co aU which is the product of constituents, and u the> can-) lo his mejl to guard srj0res and n. rail- ed: the Mounted Police patrol that perish- j vay to be built between Montreal during the winter near Fort Me-land Port Arthur. He expressed the He is making the trip. for opinion that- the road would be of the people'to deal with a. question of without having-some information on these points. The Canadian farmer will .in' mv vFherson. S material for (another book, probably similar to "The Judgment, find faiinself in this posi- tion: That he, is. called upon to sell 2n an open market and to buy in a. protected market. that thfs pact contemplates, so far as the .Unit- ed States is concerned, thinss- iThe reduction of food products in that not see eye to eye with me in this! matter, it need in no way disturb.our! friendship, as I will never fee-l agsrriev-' great benefit to all: of Canada. Since becoming minister of railways he had of strain. first'match of it on the town square.-; Placing small 'pieces of rubber tub- ing on-the spring posts of a lamp burner will prevent the chimney being i shaken off as the lamp is carried; ed at any man who votes conscien-; Uously, even should chat, vote be cast! sonie against me. With kind regards, j Yours very C. A. MAGRATH. es to prevent looting. G-eneral Orozco himscif shot- at tvoo of his own men whom he causht trying to make away i own VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBEIDGE THE OBTraST APARTMBFT- BUILDING ALBEETA FASHIONABLE: v MODERN DBCORA-Tko-AND-FURNISHED IN THE'ELEGANT 'STYLE OP A "HIGH SUITES OF APAKTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE ST3TTI5S ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PER MO. ACCOMODATING .FOUR PERSONS ?2o PER MO. ''INCLUDING BED DRAWEN'G ROOM, PRIVATE BATH' HOOJC, STEAM HEAT. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE apply at Mansions Office from W. DOWNER, PROP. to 5. p. ra. eH Easy The town the federals thought im- pregnable to attack, fell after a com- parative easv effort.. The house to house advance of the ir.surrectos, t-'ue srtrrc deadly fire which had driven the federals from their trenches and out-: posts early Monday when the skirm- ishing began, gave them an entrance to the town hardly molested by the artillerv of the federals. At the made a very careful study of the sit- _______________________________uation and was convinced that Can- s' tC J