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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta l^lasteringl Plastering! Plain and : : Ornamental Plastering. J. A. SUDt, lethbridge. (�'.Kliitiiitos Given. GOSSIP OF GROWING TABER fkom tuk HKRAI-I>"S BEPOHTKK JAMESON TO RETIRE Important Transrcrs Of Western ornciais Aimounccd. SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, thai will be selling at $200 in a month's time. Itev. David Jonos, curato of ;lif |goo.M.s to their prtfiviit. hu.sin.-ss. ICiiglish Church, lvothbri prcimnitioiiH, and colicotlng sub -Rcrii�tioi\s for an Unglish Church for Tabi!!-. Jli! ivas very ploasod wii\\ the jjiipport ho gol from tho town, and the buikHng will l>e promptly l;cBun. .Tin condnctod the En-flifth Church scrv.cfl hoif on Monday of ] aioinbers, when it was dct^dcd to Qootl Farming Land for sjiIp I ,,.,i.oc>d with the erection o( tho 1^]^, : builtling at once. Plans wore sub  - I lu'it't^l, and MoHsrs. Dopcw and Vealc wnrc given the contract to buM. The sit.T of tho church is on Second W. F. RUSSELL Real Bstato Agent Tabor, Alto. _ i - ....." ^"^ ..V ji^r^vfM-.. : wii.ji great ?*] |9tr.wt. .south of tho raSlroad track, poets 'it to be finished _ I This consists of throe comer lots ^ the lower portion of it SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN mantfactihkk donated by Hilr. William Cousins Med.rtno Hat. Mr. Sage of Ixsthbridgo is in toivn today and has �torted bwilding h.s store, when bo intends oi)�ning up a stationery and fancy goods businosK. The Oddfellows fntendcd orgar(i*!ng huro Inst week, but some hitch at iba la-st inmnsnt made this impossible, and they have postponed that over.'! lor ii fortnight. A in.xjlinc; of tlio IJoani of Tradvi in to l\-> held on Tiiewlay night, wrjet .several invporUvnt ma'tturs will hn brought, Ijeloro llw iiicn�i);ers. Mr. Alo.v. C'arn|>ljcll is pullli�g in a handsoni.-' .Mieal. salesman showca.se. Mr. Connors is building a livjry barn for himsolf on the south side of th� trauk between the ojiijra house and the American Cafe. The Western Canada Coal andCri'to Company e.xpect a parly of electric -ians ond inochnnics to lay do.vn their clootric light plant. The Douglas s-tono block is pro -ceedins with groat spcetl. llo or nt least, early ne.Kt of ntonth. lly tlv way. lot n>o remind our roiidors that tb.f po.enntonei*;ntendcnl of the Montraal div.sinn. Mr. Tinuiiermans present post ranks no.'^t lo as- sistant general managership. C. Murphy suiicrint.endenl of the Toronto division, will ix- promoted to the positHon of general superintendent of the Atlantic division viih lUMidquartors at St. .lohn. W. Down.o, pre.si?nt general suporin- i fjerintcnd..'ni j at Vancouver, an opening causal l.y \ T�w ' I'-^g'*""- niad worth. A |p-(tcr fidili'es.spfl .n' n childish h.ind to Saiil:!. Clans, North rol,'"' came to the post od'icc liciV' this w^ek. Its conleiils told llw lal.' of th.-' nrn faith tlio llttli- ones poSTOss in Hanlii Claus uikI thf> cliikllsh appeal may I ouch som.T hearts. Here it is: Itaymond, .Vita., .Nov. iJl ttMir Santa Claus: I guess I will write you .1 little letter today. I can har-il-ly wait till you coiru;. We all loyo oW dear Santa, llo sure ond coine to lta>inond anil ploasc do not forgot any lio.vs or girls. Good by.- CIIAS. ASn.CNi). ^ A OllKAT ULAZK'. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK a* (�AI'ITAI, .?:!,()(K),000 BESfiRVK, $1,^10,0(10 riEAiy OFFICE - - . STTKRBROOKK W.m. FAi{\vp,f,r, . Pke.sij)ent .IaMRS iA[ackinn'on, j OeNERAF, M.4X.\P.ER 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Branches latolvoijened in Allifirta COLEMAN TABER Oeorgt^ E. Ewing. Maiuigcr Frank E, Brine. Manager Savings Tiiuik J)i'i>'irtmar at any Iwnk in Canafia (Yiikoii e.xcepted), also at principal {xiints in Eiig'iaiul find IJ'iitctl States, rates: $5 and under............ Ho , $10 to $30........ 10c $5 to $10............... Tic $.'iO to$r>0....'.......'.15,^ CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS I Dr. Cartwright, Dentist o* Calgary their car of funiituro liore this week 1 is in town at DroBcnt for the prac - and they will 6|>en up for busines.s !tiso of hi.s profession. on or about, Saturday. �ocem�jcr !. i .Messrs. W\;stlak4^) Iliv.s. haw added) Alexander Bissett of Wiriif^?d was a stock of s-tationerj and fancy in town on Monday last. Fernie Strike City Bakery r. C. CocKe, Prop. Synopsis Of Canadian Nortli-West. HOMESTEAD REQULATIONS. Dominion 1 NY �Ten nnmbcrert section n V Lai.d4 In Manttoba, SjHkatcticwan and that it was do.">ir�iHc to live : (Fcrnio Free Press.') The Settlement Memorandum is a complete vindication of tho Coal \ ComjHinys position. Tha Crencrsxl Manager has all along insistod that gooaration l>y not ad\'isc his Hoard of Di�x^;tors furln- rolations w.th the Alberta eiccptliiB 8 anl Jil, not reserved, .t,,�j,ess may be Bomesteaded by any pcrtuii wtio ta tht o'e head of a family, oranymaleoverlSyearB L'nited Mine Workers of Ainorica. of age, ti ilie extent of u3e-quarter aecilon oi and Mr. Uurke has niu *-r th>-1 lit vl ,v plana.: I. .�l!ia�i a x monltia' n l(J>-iiCi .ii- 11 : cultlv,ii: >u of tne land lu eacu year fur it years. i2. If the father ('ir n otiier, If the tath'r �^ dcceaae.l) of (be home teader r aidea upon . farm In the rlciiiltt of tbe laud enieicd ror tb reqiilrencnta aa M rcaiOonce raa> be aatiaflcd b/ auch |>erann icaidtnf; wlih the fat-her 01 i. otbef. 3. If tl.e �culcr haahta veripanent ri Bidcnce upon farming land owned by him In the vlcln-lij of hia bonieiitcad, tbc ^e^ui^en'erlt> aa to reisldenCti may be aallsticd by rebljence upoii the aalij land. Six nionua' notice In writing ahould be Rtvei, I tu the CummlHbtuncr uf Pomlnlon Lands ai I Ottawa pf liittnuon 10 apply for patent. | W. W. CURY. ! Deputy of tbe Mintater of the Interior i Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and i for that great organization to continue in tho pass by brushing aside the foeling� and clamors of those who have done, wrong and foolishly precipitated this strike, admitting lor them their mi.stako and leaving them to the results of their folly. Mr. llurke not only admits tho mistake but makes pivixiration by putting matters back in 'tho pDsi  tion they were in befone the strike so far as he can, that is, he will t ako no advantage of wliat has been gained to the union by tlie wrong don.^. In conse misre [iresentations mode to President Mitchell which tnducod his tele -I gram, and of what followctl, n.t n I were forced to join tiwj union. Th-.-so ! arc released from that organizatioi; 1 and free to join again or not as \ they like. All cVicck-off orders �iis)>-t>fl sf.nco that date are cancelled. As to the stcike twing on the clos-i ed shop .ssuo, there is no room tor doirbt. An attempt has 'beiM� maie i to draw a rod herring across tlie guided and foolifl as thoy have !'i'cn, thi* men have acted with ctcel'ont temper. (JootI order has nrcvail��.1 throughout. Xor have tho times l)een withoirt men of courage, (president I)icken dared to sny in the early days of the fight what Jlr. Burke sa,vs now. Ho was suspondefl to gratify Mr. Sherman, suspended pre-sumnhly to bol^ter, up a falling catiM?. Messrs. Keith and Miard dared to make a minority report showing that Mr. Slujrnuin hod sa1orimendent Mun>liy's i ff"* *^��i�l.> �wd accumulateoken of is that form and Conservative, and nii tliat | \. \s. lla'in, chief clerk to It. P. Tiirv � account were kept in piles in the. of- , merman, will Ijc transferivd to st rir� as far apart as poss'ib!:;, A;ter; John; .J. t). Shct�-an. chief dork at , some IHtlo deliberation, we i.om-that point,- taking th' post in To - m^-niced to fire up with the C.inscr - ; ronto. vative .vhi-k-ts first and to tell thO| Oenoral suporinteiKlent 1', H,,.;)- truth derived ti certain amount it: way, of the Port .Vrthur linjs, ,vas satisfaction in roasting thetn, .ipari first tJientionetl for general surK^rin - ; from the fact that our local coal .'ind tcndeivt of t-hc Ontario division, Siti wood merchants are Con.sorvative -in it was stated at tho Pnion slat on the supplying of fuel at any rate, that ho hiid declined to accept it. When igrfitod, tho into ofl'oct the shillot companions were being consuniel, .vet. been given out. mid some oven tried to bolt out. of I�cal CP.11. mion haw known lor the .'itiove altogether; then they would mil iiu wouHii'^'*"' ''"'^ chan;;.?s "n"^ "P IVlfully, smoulder and lill the 'y were espollod i P'^'^*"- change cf o"*"* "'l^'' .smoke, to the disgust of; |> what Mr. Burke i'^''" *^>tario-Montpeal suiK'i-intc-ndert.�i; our devil who l.kos to see things I x Eastern Townships Bank, Taber will cotne as a great surprise, Vancouver, Xov, 2rt,-ll is corme through and burn fiercely. The  neforin newspapers were next irieri s(al.>'.l and with the c-XCerition of the J Ian ley Such men, now vindicated, should tc' ..................' " ri,_.,i,i ,11 hriohtU- dilYu-iinii' iv i�,�i.. .Ml,^., f,,."hat general superintendent Marjiole "^rnld all burned bi igniij. oinu.jmi, thanKc"si imaf,mhies n. are right. We olVer this word ..1 P'-osidmt; al.so that V. P. Bu-steed is ' iY^. Uo^r^^J suggestion to tho men. ---^ "'^ S--'"-' ^'""j % "^JT'' Fn^m the start the great n.uior-1'"'"t^�sion which was never a point in issue. Any man 1 signing th.s iww check-oft order docs I so with his �yc6 open. Naturally when thoxc who duped their fellow miners into gcAng uu strike, rather than that these mischief makers should adhere to th�>ir proni'ises, who fooled the Company into ixslying on thoir "good faith" and then showed that it .->acoen those who would not lot it end. :Mcssr.s SJter man an HicK (EX WaKely The Lcaiiiiiji; 'riiiiici-.s. I'luiulx'is. Steam and Tlol W.itei Fitters. Tttlepliono IK*.. nipog. At present there 8s only one | ,,ad,,orth Is the supplying point for ass.sta,>t ,m.nager. .7 W. UK>nard. j i, approximately twelve who s stationed in Montreal. -Mr Price i.s iiotv in the west. n. U. .Inmieson, general sui>erin  tf-ndent of the western division, with headquarters at Calgary, is to r&-rign from tho service and 'it is de-clarod that O. Bury, general siip-erintemk>nt of the central divi.sion with headqnartcrs in Winnipeg, 'ill pproximately townships surroundir.g. These town- ; ships have approx'imateli' fifty settlers each settlwl therein. Th.'j coun- ' try is open rolling prairie, devoid of trees. The .settler dejx^nds fo" :"iiel ; on coal and wockI obtained at lha , nare.st railway .station, Bladworth ' The local dealers secure their wood ', from the I'rincc .Vlljert country, and move west and assutiw charg.>.of the! jj,eir coal from the Oalt mine-!, I^th- ' western division. The v-acancy of sen- I ^^^.^^^ ob.iain.iso chnnjws will j Ire announced for �tha bi>ginnin�{ of I the new year SClIOOf- LITEItAnV SOC. IKTV. his imion the sympathy and stipport of tho public and of tho Company, and got hinv a concession not hitherto suggested, that in future the mon signing the check off would bo )>ound by it for the life of the atitco ment. It is tinus to revisii the )K)xvr-r giv. en to local district oflicers to citil men out on strike tit their pleasure. There should be a check on it. Not only was the calling of the men out on strike unwarranted but tho insist-ing on Michel tnen strik.ng in sym -pattvv. after Mr. .Sherman kivew and had admUtod his original mistake is im>xplicahle. Mr. Burke siiys too that was a mistake. Is it fair to rtornvit such a thing to happen again without .ntervening some kind of a check? front th.! latter source since .-Vpril [ la.vt. Oite car has lx�n obtained from | ttanfT in Septetnt)cr last, since which j g no coi^ has been received hero. T'-'ii I cars are under orders irom  \ bridge, and nono delivt'nHl. One c.\r is ordereil from Kst'crvan an� compliiTV?nted upon MR. MAdBATH AT RAYMOND, jits high literary nterit. Kji.vniond Chronicle: Mr. C. .\. \ Inspector .7. W. Brown in nuiking .Vfutrratli ciuno oi'er to Raymond ou ; a few ramarks cotnniento pronounced to Im tho best ,vet �vs hold Inst Friday afLsmoon. Ihe feature of the programme w.'iS the debate on "Uosolved that the grading of pupils by .vearly proinol'ion ex.am-| ^^p,. j,^,,, ,.), theivfrom All inations is a bettor nuithod of pm-: p,hiic schools are closed for want o/r motion than by th.. teachers' \>on f^^. The Saskatchewan h^vtel. .no Ijosoil on daily work." Tho nmnnat- \ ponied 1k.usc. luis bttt one fire, ivo was a.h\y upheld by Nollie Harris ):iizz,ird has been blowing . n and Percy Harding while Dora Mm Xov. 15, Ifi ar.d 17, with zi -ness f-.tialienabli! rights of nil fre;' tho detiftters and of the pap-^r, said it was tho best of'it.s k.nd he had | people) of all settlers, over heard read. \ I ask you sir. on Ivhalf of a .The literary Society decidod that j faring people, that, by the the closing e.vcrcisos should bo hfclil on the evening of Voc 81. and that Ihe.v sliouhl take th.' form of a pub-Mcfocoption. j^^^^44>##"^#^###^^'*^^ 1 Addreiv, Nest dqoi to J�tt't Mrat Marlcti jminutes interview. total information eleciled in a Cxiwn is tho applttu.sc of the West that wtglnz tiiom on,. is pow.'i':; vested in you, the r'.ght of eiiiin.'iil i domain bo oxcrcis*d. i I can assure you, sir, witlioui e.<-amjiorat.on, that this matter is on-T of life nnd death to tho settlors lieje one riH|uiring Immediate action. Voitr oliediont humble servatrt. WM. L. BAM3AY. Chairman of Comnvittec \\\) liiiiiilli' only tln^ be�t makes. Hockey Skates, 60c. to $3.75 Hockey Sliirks (ill piit'DS, THE CENT UAL HAJJDW.VKE STORE ^ G. L. ;