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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E. Adams announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a 1 OR. P. W. TULLER 4-HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDQE OfBea-OH tllnck, Houra-11:00 ii> 13:00 noon; 3:00 lo r>;00 p. m. | 7:3J to�:30 p. m. Telfiiliona-Offlcu m. Itaofilanca 109 General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east or the House DR. C. G. CRA6G PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON Office cvar ttigiiatiatham'a Drug 8tor* Paeae Offlo* 198. Houn OfflM hours-W to 11 a.av, 1.80 to 4.89 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewbutn Office--Rcdpath 8t. cor. Bttrdett Hours--Before0 a.m.. P"�-en Very much gratified at the Intelligent spirit/that has been brought lo Ix-nr by the mine employ .res In connection with this question. There has been, a great advoncemnde 'in the settlement of disputes and 141 secured in that portion of Uw Province of Alberta, lying South - t the Northern boundary of Town-nip 28 and In Uiu Soulliwesterii por-tloa ol the Province of Saskatcb- power of either party c once of the boards themselves could wen: so disposed. to do what they hotter do if they Kvery public, question of any" impor lance on which people will unite has to I o the result of an Interchange of thought or the adjusting of opposing views. So in trade disputes you have set an object lesson lo all the people of Canada, that when reason and regard for right ore upiiermost would iln men's minds there arc no Insuper able, difficulties to the settlement of differences. AC A INST roKIMMOV. I SKLKSS DISIM TKS. Office-Oliver Block, up-etaire. "Sometimes parties lo trades dis- gnlncd by either pules allowed feeling lo depose llteir |OUt negotiations. I reason for the moment, anil foolish nothing by time spent In conferences things ami unwise words are done !� M(| niTangomcnt. I mention that and uttered; whereas those trade dis- ,in cuse It might \n>. thought that eith- 'pules ought to ho regarded as Incl- �r party would 1ms gaining by delay-dental lo business affairs just as a Jjng n Un,l settleincnt. Any wis' discussion takes place between the hoard would take that circumstance HAMILTON & YOUNG engineers nnd Surveyors Hiflinbotliam Block, Lethbridge "In some countries, in Now 66culund (or instance, there is a Inw whereby parly in drugging iarbiiration and its enforcement are They would gain {compulsory. Speaking for myself I never favored anything in the way of compulsion or coercion. Wo must ap peal lo the higher feelings of men. .Wt must apjieal lo their sense of right nnd justice, not force. Ileason and right should lie the influences that bring If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. Barnes & Cooke ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 F. T. BREWE* Faxtaral Director end Embalmer LETHBRIDQE, ew#n. L�a�ea shall he for a period not icacding 21 years, und no leaseshall over a greuter mvu than lOO.OOU acraa. Lauds leased uiu not subject %o homestead entry or sale, but th� Iflniater of tlm Interior nuiy cancel a leasehold, or uuy portion thereof byglvin^ tha lessee two years' notice. The rental chargeable is two evnta per acre per annum. A leaae annot b� grantexl an applicant un-laaa ha owns one heud of cuttle or flva head of sheep for evei*y 00 acre* applied for, and the lessee shall into* his stock so �� �ion at the end of n..*-^ ,. five Wait of [ Windowphnnie, the iiioderu trans ahaep lor every 20 hall maintain stock in this pi,,poi tion during the continuance l��ae. Shoep-gr.izing is permitted on o a portion of the tracts abo\e referred to. A map show m,' the sheep grazing districts may be nucured on application to tlm St-cretary ( the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. buyer ami the seller of any articles jug n final Kelllrmont. Any wise of commerce; the buyer wishing to !hoard woi.l I take that circumstance purchase at the liesl price, the pur- jinto consideration and make itstcrms chaser wishing lo buy at the cheap- jretrooctivc if il was thought inovil -est price. The working men have able that such should be the case, labor to sell, the employer has It to J mmmm buy, un3on nn unnecessary disregard of common sense principles in ihe adjustment of these disputes, and em- this dispute and which the ns W. SHAW, Painter * Decorator connection with lo th manner in industry in tills district ban been carried on. I have no personal knowledge of the subject and perhaps ihe � Agont for Empire Wall Paper Co.. of three year- of \ Agent for S. � P. Nelson ACo.S!1 ALBERTA 11'l�.vers and employees have treated _ | other often as if they were hostile, forces; and have vested vulii-'observation I am about lo make may "able lime and money, resulting in Is1 a crude one, lint nevertheless, with manual exhaust ion. until ul lust the ul,l respect to the management of ^about a settlement of all industrial Jflisputes and whilst you, Mr. Sher -"man and Mr. Stocketl, allude to my having taken this long trip to Ih lock out his men lu any of the classics of Industry in which this act up-i pl'es. There is no necessity for any set of men engaged in the business these mines, ii woukl be possible, ul least I hope so. fur them to udopl some improvements in 'their working system that may Ik- of service lo (themselves and to their employees. It occurs to me thnt il is a rather hand to mouth method of carrying ion such nn important industry and that, the practice adopted, I mil toid at other great mining centres, might I very well be adopted hero, namely. , having storage lo some limited extent to tide over interruptions such as arc inevitably arising from luck of transportation or oilier obstrucl-i ion to business. Provincial Lumber & Manufac'g. To. Ltd., Manufacturers, .Toblx-ra und Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE---RETAIL Lumber, Doors, SubIi, Mouldings, Turnings. Shingle, Lath, Cedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. Let me send you free, for Catarrh, just to prove uieril. n Trial sUe Uox of Dr. Shnop's Catarrh Henuily. It Is a snow white creamy, healing an-tis.-ptic balm. Containing such heal ing ingredients as Oil Kuculiptut, Thymol. Menthol, etc., it gives Instant ami lasting relief to Catarrh of the nose ami throut. Make the free test ami see for yourself what this preparation can. and will accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Hueine, Wis. Large jara 50 cents. Sold by .1. D. Iliginbottiam 4t Co. TAKK A HOLIDAY. When you require your gardens oloughed, your yard* cleaned up, wllars du�. or any other teaming jone. SEE I'S. or phone 21)1. or WILLOW tRANCH REBBKAM � LODOE, NO. a Meet* In Cdlfellow*'  �r� *� ! Mrs J. Statford. Annie Deriee Imp a post oaid in the office, your c f $| f LcthbrMt>, N�. 8095 order will receiveour prompt atten- � "T lion. COAL must be \md �fi 9f� Meet* l.t siid �"� Ma>: �u delivery. Residence and stubli aast of the barruoks. \VM. TAYLOU, Lethbridge Meet* ...------- . itf lu �eh moats a-  , ft. id., lu Oiidfrlle�a Man., Koua* St. VlalllM �r�th- , ico cucSUUf wclesui*. , TH0S. HCAT0N, C. R. I A.M. RITCHIE. SCC' SAVE MONEY NOW - - ' Bluooz The Caaeiiaa Sarfc in 1 can sell you lots now Tabor for $100, that will be selling ut $200 i u u mouth's time. liood Farming Land for sale *l�o. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor. Alta The Best of Candy T.H� -AND- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 25c. AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'PUout "8 ice Cream on Order. TKNDIinS. SKA1.KD TKNDIinS marked "I'or Mountrsl Police Provisions ami Light Supplies, Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, nnd addressed to the iimivrhigned," will lie received up to noon on Tuesday, May 28. Printed forms of tender containing full information ns to the articles and quantity required, may be had on application at any of the Mounted Police posts in the North-west, or at the office of the undersigned. No tender will U> received unless made on such printed forms. The lowest or any tender not nec-cceptetl. acit tender must be accompanied by an accepted Cunadiun bank cheque or draft for an amount equal to five 1 er cent of tha lotnl value of the nrliclus teudei'Dil for, which will be forfeited if the party declines to en-tor into a contract when called upon to do so, or if ho fails to complete tbo service contracted for. If the tender he not accepted the cheque � ill Ik> relurrvil I No payment will he made to newspapers inserting ihis advertisement without authority having been llrst nhtained. I'M ED WHITE, Comptroller. R.N.W.M. Police. Ottawa, April 30, 1907. *] Made in Canada, and published abroad as the finest product of tht Canadian sVooUen mills. % The " Blunoz " Serge has stood between, end it has prevented the extinction of the finer woollen trade in Canada.' ^ The Government recognised its worth end worthiness when it de* dined to increase the tariff on British worsteds and serges. "It is natural thai men engaged in mining should desire a reasonable holiday during the pleasant season o| the year. Tlielr calling is laborious and hazardous nnd it would be to the interest of the men and also (he employers that the employees should from timr to lime have a reasonable relaxation from labor lu the open air where tho:r health would Ixj re  , stored and their system toned up and iIk-.v would be in better spirits 1 and IxKtily condition to carry on their work. Hut forced holidays in a fragmentary way. a day hero and a day their, during the working season do not enable a working mail to 'take a solid holiday of a few weeks but simply shut him nut from work 'for the day. 1 can Imagine that the only result would lie to hung about wailing for work to roume, perhaps going to the luvcru. perhaps idling somewhere, getting into a discontent, ed lrami) of mind, whilst with continuous work throughout the year us a man wishes to work, and then taking his broken lime as one soljd holiday, he can profitably enjoy recreation without, as in the other case, wasting his substance, which is often the'case when persons have to wait about in small towns like this with three or four thousand people without any amusements and interests and nothing to occupy their lime. YICTOHIA PAV DATES. Victoria Day, May Ulth, tho Canadian Pu'.illc Hallway Company announce a rate of a fare and one third for tho round trip, 'tickets on sale May 22nd. to May tilth., inclusive, gocftj to return until May l!7th. TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR- Everything required in the construction of � Building, � Lumber nnd nil kinds of Mill Work Do not send m11 your money to Calgary nnd Crunbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Plauiug and Lumber Mills." Otrice, Yards and Factory-Comer Round and Bouipas Streets Telephone 153 WANTED. AT ONCE A dining-room girl, and a chain beriaaid. Apply Arlington Hotel. STRAYED OH STOLEN. One sorrel mare, bald lined, with sevan uvoatfea old colt, same color. Coll hus three .white feet, Mure is branded ?rtT on left hip. Colt will be known by a private mark. (10 reward given for return of both to CIIAB. REIT ER, NO. a, Lethbridge. B E E F P. Burns & Co. No. :10'.� .Round St. Telephone Limited PorK Mutton Butter and Eggs Poultry Fish D E E F RENTS AUK TOO HIGH. Tkt Scmi-rttdy Com*�a|r auU tkt rral "Bluuoj" SfrSt Suiit is (isgU �ui �nut>U krtnul talc, tiltwr aivy klut ar Mack *>*>, (or $30. P.rktp. tin. i( tlx W..I $20.00 wurlh is lU whult Stm'ffUy lias ai Tailoring (or tliii hiki, A. SOUTHARD, L.thkrtdge "It occurs,,to me that .the companies might in another way be of great service to the men. Itents how are doubt less high nnd few of the employees own their own properties, (f the companies could see their way to co-operation with the employees towards bringing about a utethori that would enable the employees to acquire homes of their own, tho men ng a stake in tho country would l ores led in tlie welfare of> ' the town and in the preservation of thalr properly and the accumulation of property. They would feel that they WBib not a mere floatiug population Synopsis Of Canadian NorthWest. HOMESTEAD IBQULATtONS. AMY i�en aiunaarcfl eccitoa o Dominion l>a�4a la Manitoba. s�ikaicac*au tnc 1 Slksrta, �ctpllof a au1 N, out rocrtrd | aur a* aaw*ait44*d a/ anr paraoa i^bo l� ibr i aa'a baaS af a family, er an* mala o� iba r�lltf�iag alaua.: I, ailaaai a!a luouiba' roiatnc* upon aud guUlfalUaefrbalaud lucacn jrcar for Hirer faara. 9. Ififearaibcrf-trnotbtr, if iba fatbrr t� d*c�aat4) of iba bouie leader rt!(! of iba land sutarad fur iu, raqnirsiaeafa aa t� rtatdtnes niai b� aailallad bf aucb paranu taaidluf witb iba fariter oi otbti. I. It ti.*�tttlsr baabta i-erniaiient r, aideuct upou farnituf laud owued lit bim In lbs f Iclu-Itf af hla bouieatcad, tba rcsiiiraiueiiu aa to raaldauc* uiai ba aatlaSad by rcaldcuc* upon thaaatd laud. la uioutia' uoilce lu wrliliif ahould be |lv�i. ta the Cuuualaaluuar of Uoiiilnlou I.aiele ai Ottawa af lutcutluu to apply fur palcui. w. w. coar. UeputT of Iba Mlulaler of ibe luteiior. -   �e\A#�# teme^MeeMeOeflt A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. nnnnnnn �J-JiJslilililMla nndngnnnnnnnnnnn n MINAIIDS LINIMENT LUMUEIt I MAN'S FttlEXD. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS-AND CIGARS IN A NEW STAND Just drop into my now quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date. '.' The cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. GEO. HOUK ;