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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta is (Held over from itMt.WMpk.)  'Tlw event.of thfti ranaiun of th� "old tvaideBtcm" 'of Wfmer jirivvn^liy Mr. and Mm. "Laf-Ancwoll at Hotel Warner. "Jtt took the form af a and Mm. M. Mangin, Mr. Chan. Egan. Mr. and MlM Moellering, Mr. and Mm. Simof ' eon Barrowa, Mr. and Mm. Frank Smith, Mt8� Annie Smith, Miaa Oil-chriM, Mr. Roland 8mUh, Mr., J. Kaapar^and Mr. Schoilekl. The Kerr Co. baa recently piirchiw-ed towmhip a-lf^wjwt. 7 The llrat ex-curaiott of land aeekero " pamed through Wfanier today, Nov. a, to Milk Iliver, from which ataiion they m^WX dri\c to view' the "prnmified Jaad:', under the guidanceTtQl-Memra. i�nngwell, and ^^n. : ;Mm.'LefflngwelI, entertained' Friday evening, Nov. 1,'in honor, of. Miss Ollchriat. The flmallcr children of the puMic Mhooi 'Qdulged >in IlalloWecii frolicit between four and aik and; from all appearances they aoemeit to bo having "a high time.'/ Mr. and Mra. Smith gave-a Hallow vetk'iwfiy.wh^ �Bjc>yMl by botholil atldiyottng. ;^'^>'CweBty-pound gooae was Uio iro phy Mr ;Schufleld : had y ja surprise party at Hotel Warner. Hoth ladies neceiv ed many pretty little gifts. Among tiiose.-pposcnt wore: Mr. and Mm. Moellering, Mr. and Mm. S. Jtarrows; Mr. ' Kaspar, Miss Anne Smith, Mr. Roland SmHh, Mr. and; Mm. Prank ^Smith, Miss Gilchrist, Mr. and Mm.-Lefflngwell, Mr. Will, Thompson, Oueats^at Hotel TWamerare:-TrDttm-as Connell; Carl Trojdl, Joseph Brad leyr G. FrGreenwald, Wm. Spanwhan oer, Bmlfleld, S. D.; Alvan Sharp, Jackson, S. D.:F: B. Sargent,, Mt. Venion. la.; A. Murphy. Milk Ri. ver, Alta.; Wmi H. Soico, (Geo. S9ierke Albert AnderaoOiileorge Jackaon, A. M. Do.ly, Glencoe, Minn.; Ben Brum-' ^inel, Hawarden, la.;'John Fsteraon, Aberdeen,' S.D.; A. A. Johnston, Mia neapolis, Minn.; T,. S. .;McKenBie, Lethbridge, Altai; N. A. Walter, Ous Worth, Aberdeen, S.D.; O. T. Lath-rop,- Minneapolis; 15. J: Jones, Frank BalKock, A. F. Eggert, _Gco. Angus,. Turtle I^ko, N. D. ' �'j.mm M. 'A.^-F^leh..^^haasfiftttriirfito McMaster Vnivemity but has aoniiB ihtention (Of retumiiig to Alberta.'tiS 1908. . Shi reports is iinostVpleaaaitt trip through to Toronto. i What was. near being a' fatalitouch occurrad at tlie'Welsh t'hrc^inii nu^, chine the other day. The Mfi belt broke and; as It flew back to the en-^ glne H barely missed one of the mefi: ^.A>hankagiving supper will be giv^ eii iiii^Kllnor Hall about the middle of November. Qhurch services are now being held in -Goldcndale School every second Suaday at 11 a., m/ Next serving will be held Nov. 10. ; Mr./Zan Ousley is building a nice new house. |- Mr. John Warnuck shipped a car: load: of wheat ' from Lethbridge on Monday. ^ sMr. llavid House has Ixiiughit a four hone team and intends to plough up his!. homestead. . Wo are not saying much but we oir-peot "the big boom" insido^of two* ':yeara'tinio. . � � It is estimated by some that thene wilt;'be:itwice the amount of crop in nc�t;year., � ,, CUNDY . (Ifelfi owr from hist week ) A meeting was recently lii>ld at Blayney ior' the p irfiura^ of. appointing a delegate to intervioAV >.ir Thomas ;-Shau;ihiu>ssy regarding a railroad from Lethbridge north; It was^ decided.that a.delegate was unnecessary ] but a petition is being circulated setting forth the amount, of crop this 'ycai*/ and further stating the need of a road. This will, be forwarded to the C. P. It. headquartem.' Mr. Harry O'Dell loft recently for MonUna. Ourini:' the winter church aer-vtce will not be, conducted if) the Sunday School house but will witibo held instead at the home of Mr. Mc-Kensie Walsh, The flmt service will be held. Nov. 17"- at the aforesaid place., (Held over from, IniH week.) Mr. Coleman and Doc Wilson are: still ;wMh;Mr. Feca, etook threshing' in the Rose Uutte district. Mm. 01eeMin4s expected home in a few wieeks. Utah does not agree with her as: of^ore. The children have not aa good health aa they had here.: Score, one for Alberta. Mr. Oleeaon is'-having -his 'bousesenlarged and re;^ newed-for the occasion. - Messra. Isaac and 'Hunt have the contract. These ipmtieuien . have beni kct>t mora: v than busy all summer. " They built the Hunts-vinie - school ~ and the Kcho school besides several anaaller buildings: such as granariea.> ote. Their work shows for itself and is a credit to them: and to the community. Mr. Clarence Hunt is putting up a ten food air motor on a thirty foot tower owr his well which Is 100 feet deep;; vMessn->Hunt * Isaac have the contract and the tower is now built and 1 lying at the well ready for raising. The new school has been in operib-. tion -only about a month and the children 'are making quite: a aotioeable progress even in^dthat; short timoi The 14 .The Ldmieux Aut has ncored anoth^, cr'triumph. '.For soinc time there has been;:a .dispute liotH'ecn the Hillcre�t (^oal * Coke Co., at HillcreMt. bcnr f^ank; aiHl^'thelr^niployem br~tothc^ conditions', of If^lior and ..the wages paid. A Bbhnl of Conciliation under the Industrial Disputes'Act had been appointed to: mocrt and take evidence on October 11th and lath. On the evening of the -lOth the company closed ttsnSinesJbylilov^ing He whistle, as a viMgnal^iof noiwork and by posting .a yaqtlce* in two conspicuous places at the htines. These notices ask ed the meh either to remain idle or to nettle'tiie dispute. Information was laid by the miners' against ^ the Company; under: section �ftT.'/oftlic act ijrhich says thait' cinployem and em-plo>-ees shall- '.give at least ^thirty days notice of tan intc itdedfchange^af-feotiiug ' coiiditionH of Aethploymen't with respect to''wages: or hours; and in every caMr thing In the nature of a lockout or striko>or:a bus-pension or discontinuance ofremploy-ment of work: W. C. Ives of Lethbridge' had charge of the minera'i'caso when '' it was trid before In-speotor Belclier of I'incher: Creek: at Prank> on Wednesday. The contention of the miners that the company had made a lockout was. maintained by tlie Court (which found 'the - Com' pany guilty and imposed the'^lowost tino-allowcd, viZ;/ �100 a day forthe two days the mine was* Closed and xosts/ ' . � - ^ - Tilis was the first opportunity:'*of testing the act : in thisv ' reganl vin id. ruBMC/nqricE. TH'-: SUPRGMI;: COURT BERTA OF AL- Wcstcrn Canada and the minem made a test ca'sc' of Hvnot because it was this iiarticular company but.- to'soa whether the act waH efTeotive or not:: They felt that if those notices'' did not amount'toer ath, 1907 March I7th,1908 Novenilier. 19 th, 1907 February I8th, 1908 June Iflth, 1908 - Deceiiilior 3rd 1907 May !Vth, 1908 Dcceiiibcr. lOth, 1907 May 9th.>.1908; December -lOth, 1907 May 19th, 1908 :* iDated at:,Edmonton this 1st doy of November. A. D. 1907. ' -S. B. WOODS, aSn- Deputy Attorney General.: K�lmonton Medicine Ilut Calgary Xtacleod' Lothbridgo Wotaskiwin When .the Stomach, Heart, or Kidney nerv-es got" weak, then these or-ganslalways fail. Don't drug the 'Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys, :-::That: is simply a make-,ahiCt.: Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Restorative.The; Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak: nerves; Strengthen tliese nerves, build them .up. with i)r.' Shoop's Restorative-tablets or liquid-and see how quickly; heip:will come. Free sample test sent on )-oe has mot with, and also upon the enterprise which he has displayed ili' bringing this national weekly NtOsfts' pKHont' e'xeellent ' posiiiohV- Canada should be able;' to]"support the few na^; tional publications' which ,she posi^-' se.s. tllK rEDFJlAL HLATB M . ?; ill/, ^rv 'llIBHTA'.-''.t-f ^'^^''"M i The .Calgary New* Bdmontoil to (iniiondmt mahea m guasa at the caa*'' ^Idatn for the Frdrral House at the\:| cMxt eleetiob,'ai�.follows: .-.a..-j.^^. I� MacleiNt-John nerrnn. ( naaervft- i't l^ve; I^Yyiimw*: Uherat fi Meriirine Hat-4ir. C HImmoBN lib* 1 cral; Wm. Cnuaiaa,' Coaaer^ativo I i CalRaiT-l>r. Stewait, Ubsrai. II | ,S. MeCaeUi)r, 'bolwi|TMtiw 1 % RmI Deer-41r. Cteiik, LIberhl, O F 1 ??i^|^^^d[frtyi;.J..,]}. HyWiiU. Coaew�a*l�a '^yictpw^#.a/^titlik�. Lita^i, F 1 A.'Morriio^; ConMrv�tU�> 1 Thomas McLcUand; of:. Calgary; has been ar>poi�ted Dominion Meat Inr siJoctor; for' Allierta, with headquarters at Calgary.' ; .The Town.CditiicllJbr Pi� is submitting;a:4i�-lkw graatinff tfea Wesu.rn t^aal and Oil Coaaolldaled the' franchise.'for''tjhe �XGliUiva eup* ply of natural gas to'tho.tuwni WHEAT HELPS. TRADE teacher is Misa King of Nova Scotia. ' Mr.; and;;Mifa..V'ah: Harlem, moved into Lethbridge this week for the winter., Mr, Bevery - has., returned to his homestead; we hope for: the winter. There: are no weddings to chronicle but'^ofl.coura^ there-are always prpa-pects. ,'Minard's'Liniinont Co., L/imi'ted. :'Gnntlemen,-I have usiwi OTNAUD'S LINIMENT'On my vessel and: in iny Bradstivet's report from New York says:- - Ill Canada trade ts goofi as a whole though moneys IeT tight and collections ane still complained of; Cool weather and the nioveniont of grain at the N'orthvext have made for. enlarged tratle.'and for soiiio gain in coUecr tions ujt the iwest. "However/ heavy llaihily ifor- S'cars; and for the "every-v' winter goods niako relatively the best 'day'ills and accidents of life I: con- '^report, and cotton goods are/about JMINARD'S COLDS. AC. aider U has no equal. I:would not start on; a voyage without it-if it cost a dollar a bottle. CAPT. F. 11. DESJARDIN,- I the firmest cominoditjcs dealt in. Cot ton mills are far behind on- ordera^ and this class ot commodities as yet show no sign of wealMsning; > LINIMENT CURES 8chr.."8troker,"' St; r Andre; Kamouraska. MINAKD'S LINIMENT. DIPHTHERIA. CURES ______idifference in a_____...... , To prove it,' juit. ehenge to'Witch Hexel Toilet Soap, end belire cme cake" ia used you'll notice an improvement->g|< 'IrMBaTf. c warvr': was ..wra:':M/:aviiar(:'. I v�lv�ly teslire to dra skia. Tli{B pure vegetable oila, frontVhich, this 'wMp is made, cleanse -atid open 'up the pores, which, i.-i turn, absorb 'the' witch haiel, and the skin benefits by,the refreshing, healing, softening, tonic proper* lies of this msrvelhws skin beauHfier., Ivory white-no injurioua. coloring MADE OUtT CT ROTAL CROWN. LiaUed WIMMPCQ. , ' , . ^^^^^^^ I We have control of the largest and best selectf^d lands in the famous iCootenay District. We offer you choice location, splendid soil, very accessible to transportation, abundance of wJater, clear title, in blocks 6f teti, twenty orforty-acres^ < ^ Ve guarantee lands as represented. ,3, Fred Collins, a Calgary contractor who purchased 21 acres of this land, stated: " i have looked for land for three weeks steady in the Kootenay, and your lands are the best I can find considering the soil location and transportatibh/ Interview us before you buy. PER AQRE, on Easy Terms. 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