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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta (Welti over /mm last #6j)k>) The event of the" week �M'ii If rand reunion of tho "old resltlcntera" of Warner given by Mr. and Mrs. lafo nngwcll at Hold Warner. 'Jt took (ho form at n dinner party. Among those present worn Mr. and Mm. Oeorgc Snapp, Mr,-and Mm. M. Mangln, Mr, Chan. Egan, Mr. and Miss Moollorlng, Mr. and Mrs. Sim* eon narrows, Mr. and Mm. Frimk Smith, Ml mm Annlo Smith, Miss Gilchrist, Mr. Roland Smfth, Mr. J. Kaspor and Mr. Schonokt. - Tho Kerr Co. hadrecently nlirchiw-cd township a-16-JKest. ; Tho first ex* cursiou of. land Seekers passed through Warner today, Nov. 9, to Milk Itlver, from which station thoy �;ill drive to view-; the "promised laiid:' under the guldanco Of Messrs. Lafflngwell and Egan. Mm. Lcfflngwel I entertained' Friday evening, Nov, 1, In honor of , MIhs Gilchrist. Tho siunllor children of the public school 'udulged in Ilallow'ecn frolics between four and six and from all appearances they accmed to bo having "a high time." Mr. and Mra. Smith gave a Hallow No natter what yon may pay for a collar, yen can't buy anything better than our toe collar. The Uses in thb collar Is mad* aerially for na and no bettor unra ass ever beta natd in any collar. Thaw collara have an Indea-tmctiblo buttonhole, with n reimfcreed eyelet at the point wbaratbe greatest atrain comas ea the collar. Theat button aolea will oatlaat tho collar and an an aaclaaivo faatnrebf COLLARS Tho "Achilles," which la lUuatrated here, ia an Iron Frame Brand wing collar-* atyllah collar for bnainesa or aetnl-drcei wear. There's no better collar nude. Sixes 14 to 18, heights a, a* and a*. Price 96c. each-) for 90c TOOKC ROTNCRS, LHMTta MONTH CM.  'e*n parly which, waa greatly, enjoyed by both old and young. surprise party at Hotel Warner, lioth ladles receiv nd many pretty little gifts. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Moellering, Mr, and Mrs. S. Harrows, Mr. " Kaspar, Miss Anne Smith, Mr. Roland Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Miss Gilchrist, Mr. and Mrs. Loftlngwoll, Mr. Will Thompson, Gucsts'at Hotel Warner are:-Dumas Connell, Carl Troidl, Joseph Brad ley, O. F. Grcenwald, Win. Spanwhan ccr, RcdAcld, S. D.; AI van Sharp, Jackson, S. I).; F. U. Sargent, Mt. Vernon, la.; A. 1>. Murphy, Milk ftl. ver, Alta.; Wm. II. Solcc, Geo. Zrterkc Albert Anderson, George Jackson. A. M. Doly, Glcncoe, Minn.; lien Brum-incl, Hawarden, la.;" John Peterson, Aberdeen,'S.D.; A. A. Johnston, If in neapolis, Minn.; T. S. McKencic, Lethbrldgc, Alta.; N. A. Walter, Gus Worth, Aberdeen, S.D.; O. T. Lath-rop,-Minneapolis; K. J. Jones, Frank Rajbcock, At F. Kggort, Goo, Angus,. Turtle Lake, N. D. ttlsft M. A. Filch hM; returned to McMam>r University but has noHfe Intention of returning to Alborlai lh 1008. , She reports a moat pleasant trip through to Toriihio. � k:^ What was.near being a' fatal;touch occurred at the Welsh threshing 'infer, chlno tho other day. The big" l>oit broke and as it flew bock to the engine It barely missed one of the men: A Thanksgiving supper will be given In Elinor Hall about the middle of November, '\ Church services are now being held In Goldcndale School every second Sunday at 11 a. m. Next service will bo held Nov. 10. ,'; ' Mr. Kan Ousley is building a nice now house. J Mr. John Warnock shipped a carload of wheat from Lcthhrjdge oh Monday. Mr. David House has bought a four horse team and Intends to plough up his homestead. Wo are not saying much but we expect "the big boom" inside ..of two years time. It is estimated by some that there will bo twice the amount of crop In next.year. K1HO Coal Comaaay fiatd. PUBLIC NOTICE. LUNDY (Hold owr from last week ) A meeting was recently held at Rlnyncy for the p it-pore of Appointing a delegate to IntervioA* J-ir Thomas Shauglmes^y regarding a railroad from Ijethbridge north. It was decided that a delegate was unnecessary but a petition is being circulated setting forth the amount of crop this year, and further stating the need of a road. This will be forwarded to the (T. I'. H. headquarters. Mr. Harry O'Dell left recently for Montana. During the winter church service will not be conducted in. tho Sunday School house but will will ho held instead at the home of Mr. Mc-Kenzic Walsh, The first service will be held Nov. 17 at the aforesaid place. (Hold over from, last week.) Mr. Coleman and Doc Wilson are still with Mr. Pcca, stopk threshing in the Hose Butte district. Mra. Glceson>is expectod home in a few weeks. Utah does not agree with her as of ^*orc. The children have not as good health as thoy had hero. Score one for Alberta. Mr. Gleeson is having his house-enlarged and renewed for the occasion. Messrs. Isaac and Hunt havo the contract. Thcso gentlemen havo been kept mora than busy all summer. ' They built the Hunts-vllle school and the Kcho school besides several smaller buildings ' such as granaries,- etc. Their work shows for Itself and is a credit to them and to tho community. Mr. Clarence Hunt is putting up n ten foot, air motor on a thirty foot tower over his well which is 100 feet deep. Messrs- Hunt a Isaac have the 1 contract and the tower is now built and lying at the well ready tor raising. The new school has been in operar tion only about a month and the chll- _ dren are making quite a noticeable I * progress even �n.that short time. The Mmitr(|.8 Liniment Co.. Limited, teacher is Miss King of Nova Scotia. | Mr. and Mrs. Van Harlem moved Grsnttemen,-I have un*l MINAH1V8 The Ldmlmix A�t hnfi scored iinoth-er triumph. For some �time there hnH been a dispute between the lllllcrc�t Coal ft Coke Co., itt Hlllcreat,rhenr, Frank, and their ttinployoeH as'to the conditions of labor and .the wngex paid. A Hoard of Conciliation under the indrfttlrld) Disputes' Act had boon appointed to moot and take evidence on October Uth and 13th. On the evening of tho 10th the company closed its mines by "blowing Hs whlR tie as a iffgnal of no work and by posting ��TJIce*, In two conspicuous places at the mines. Those notices ask cd tho moh cither to remain idle or to settle llw dispute, Information was laid by the miners against- the Company, under section (17 .of the act which says that, employers and employees shall give at least thlrty days notice of an intended change nf-teallhg conditions of employment with i�st>cct to' wages or hours; and in every cam' where a dispute has been referred to a Board until the dispute has been filially dealt vlth by tho Board neither of tho parties nor the employeoa altuclwl shall alter the conditions of employment or on account of the dispute do or bo concerned In doing anything in tho nature of a lockout or wtrlko or a suspension or discontinuance of employment of work. W. C. Ives of Leth->rldgo had charge of the minors' case when It was trl�>tl before Inspector Belcher of Pi richer Crook at Frankv on Wednesday. Tho contention of the miners that the company had made a lockout was maintained by the Court >which found the Company guilty and imposed the lowest line-allowed, vie., $100 a day for tho two dayB the mine was closed and costs. This was the first opportunity of testing the act In this regard in Western Canada and the miners made a test case' of it not because It was this particular company but to see whether tho net was effootivo or not.| They felt that if those noticess did not amount to a lockout It made the act a farce ai�|^ nlAo would enable them to come together at any time and post a notice to the boii�c jeffeot. ' The Company have ap|>ca)ed the case claiming that the notices did not moan a lockout but were Intended to help the miners. TTP.J SUl'REMLO COVltT 1H311TA OF AL- Thcre will bo sittings of the 8u> prame Court of Albcittu, both pn banc, nml for trial of actions at the following times and places', for* the henrlng of all enws, motions'and oth er civil business. ION BANC. Place Date Kdmonton, Oetolwr 8th, 1007. April 7th, 1008 Calgary January ltth, 1908. July 7th. I0l)8. THl'AL OF ACTIONS tied Deer Octolicr 2nd, 1007. Ootober 22ns a grcntly ehlarged ph\m on b^t^btff Int. This llluntrftteil paper haa fnade great strides since It Wns catnblfaneA last yearj and is certainly a, cfWllt-nble proiluctlon. Judging from Us ai>ticarance, both the reading and the advertising public have given It quick and generous support. Mr, John'A. Cooper, the editor, Is to bo congratulated upon the success his venture hns met with, and also upon the enterprise which ho has displayed In bringing this national weekly to its pivment ' excellent position,. Canada should be able to support the few national publications which she possesses. m U.^JSa ,reS|)on-law grintina)'|KoM Western Caal and ol Crown Toilet Soap The dilTerence in complexions ' is due, more often than you would imagine, to ike difference in soaps. ' To prove it, just change to Witch Haiel Toilet Soap, and bedre one cake ia used you'll notico an improvement-� fresher, clearer toee aod a aofter, �ore Velvety text ire to die akin. The pure vegetable oils, from which this soap is made, cleanse and open up the pores, which, ia turn, absorb the witch hazel, and the skin benefits by the refreshing, healing, softening, tonic properties of this marvellous skin beautifier. Ivory white-no injurious coloring matter. made only ct the ROYAL CROWN, Limited wmmrea. MINAItD'S LINIMENT D1PHTHEHIA. CURES --- 't. We have control of the largest and best selected lands in the famous -Kootenay District. We offer you choice location, splendid soil, very accessible to transportation, abundance of water, clear title, in blocks of ten, twenty or forty acres. We guarantee lands as represented. 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 transportation." Interview us before you buy. PRICE $100 PER ACRE, on Easy Terms. Nest Pass Investment Co., Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE. IMIMI......II aotaaaa^ ;