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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta plastering! Plastering I Plain and : : : : Ornamental Plastering. J. A. SLADL, Lethbridge. Ksllmutcs Given, SAVE MONEY NOW - - GOSSIP OF GROWING TABER FHOM Tin: iikhai.d's uiuiri.Aii iiupoi(Ti:ii JAMESON TO RETIRE Important Transfers Of Western 1 Officials Announced. Dev. Pnvkl Jones, curate of :he 1 ciiti sell you lola now in Tabor for $100, that will bc'imi\ Boiling nt $200 in a month's!,;t,B��-.. 'church limn, flood Funning Land for Bale tl*o. of English Church, Ijclhhrtdge, wus heiis for tho week end making nrml preparations, und collecting sub -script Ions for cm Kngllsh Church for Tuln'1. lie was very pleased with Iho -support he got from llvi town, tho building will lx� promptly He conducted Iho lOntrP.nh here on Monday of W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Altn. SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN M ANITA! Tt IM'.K CHOICE ANDIES AKES IB EST READ UNS members, when It wus deeJidcd to , pi'tuwl with Hie erection of tho building al once. I'lunn were Hub  uvli-ted, uml Messrs. l>c|mw and Voale were given the contract to bu:,.l. The slt,i of the church 1h on Second Street, .south of the rat I road tr.wU. This conHlHtH of three corner lots donated by Mr. William Cousins of ' Med.(fine Hut. i Mr. Sage of Ijothbrldgo Ih In tntvn i today and has (darted building l..� [store, when ho Intends o|x/nlng up a stationery and fancy goods buslnes*'. I Tho Oddfellows Intended organising hero lust week, but some hitch at tho last, moment made this Impossible, ami they huvn postponed that ever! lor a fortnight. | l�r. Curlwrlght. IW.tist i>f Calgary I in in town at nroacitt for ihe prnc  \ tIs.- of his profession. ] Messrs. West lake llros. luw added | goods to their pivsint business. A m.vling of tho Hoard of Trade is to ly held on Tuesday night, \v:\m Severn I important nvitters will be brought belore the inclid/cni. Mr. Alev. Campbell Is putting In a handsome silent .salesman showcase. Mr. Connors is building a llvevy burn for himself on the south side of the track between the opera house and the Amorlcnti Cafe. The Western Canada Coal nnd(\,'.te Company expect a party of electric -inns and mechanics lo lay do mi their electric light plant. Tho Douglas stone block is pro -J covins with, great speed, He o\-I pacts 'It to tie finished or at leant , Uto lower portion of it early next month. Ity the way. let me remind our render* that the post olllce is not open on .Sundays for delivery of haters. If you want to pont letter.), drop them 'in the box provided for Toronto, Nov. 2:i.-On.' of the biggest shnfltcs among general and district superintendents of the Canadian Pacific 1-a.lwa.V is shortly to 'wko place. The most Important change Is that of It. P. I .nuitortnan, general of the Ontario division, who will change places with J. Osborne, general s\t|>ei';ntendent of tlio Montival div.slon. Mr. Timmertnans ! present post ranks next lo the uft- !slstnnt general managership. 1 t*. Murphy superintendent of the Toronto division, will lxiv this week. Ill contents tuhl Ihe tali' of 111.' lift i I'nitlt the little ones possess in Mania. Clans >>tnl til.' childish appeal uia.v loti.-h softirt Itearts. More it Is: Haymond, Attn . \o\ lit lX>ar Santa Cluiis: 1 guess t will write you ,i little letter today. 1 can hardly wait till you come. We all love old dear Kanla. He sure owl come to Hayinoiul and plw��e do not forget any Im\k or Jfirls. (Jood bye (.'HAS. ASPl.CNit. A OHKAT UI.A/.i:. thai purpost^ t>ofore one o'clock and , ... they will leave ,, Sunday nlght/h j ^chor" nnd .hltt\">�; "n...1^ 1  train. Olw our worthy postuun'er ' one day of rest in ilw \ve?k. The Tnlvr KuriAture Sloa1 expect:* ! their car of furniture here thiw week ! nnd they will o|vn up for buslnesi on or about Saturday, necemtier '.. Alexander IVissett of W'ii/ifivd er.s i a Htock of stationery and fancy in town on Monday kvst. Fernle Strike City Bakery F. C. Coche, Prop. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. is a Coal NY t ten nnnitiori-'l ncciinn liiiinlnton Albetu c�rrpimn � an 1 w. tun ic-civctl. may be aonic�icarlC(l by any pcriuu who In On o'c hcaii of a fimily. or anr male oner IS yearn ot iRc, i) Die rxtrnt ot use cultural: 'ii of mc land In e*cu y. dr fur i-yenr* 2. Jf t^r fa-hcr (t ii other, If the fath' i . drrcanell of ihe buim* leader r aides U|>oii farming Ui,d u� uc>l >�>' him In Ihe Hi.ln-I'y of Mn hi�in,*'�li,ad. the revulrcn eul. a* tt-residence inav be nalUIUd by re�Uviice u|,ui. the Kab' laud Six motiim' iM-ttce In wilting hhould be ctvei lo the I'uinmitMii' cr uf Uuinlulon'lo al Ottawa of Int. n.iun to apply for patent. W. W. CuUV. Peputi uf the MmlHteruf the Interior (Pernio Kree Pn'ssi The Settlement Memnranrltun complete vindication of tho Company's position. The General Manager has all along insisted that Rood faith nmst itc kept or ho coul I in.stake 'but makes reparation by not ad vim his Hoard of l>iivct,ors that it was deslmlle to live fanner in business relations w.-th the Cnited Mine Workers of America, and Mr. llurke has made it iwsst'.ile for that great organization to continue In the pass by brushing aside the feelings and clamors of those ivho have done wrong nnd foolishly precipitated this strike, admitting �or them their mistake and leaving I them to the results of their folly. Mr. Iturke not only admits tho mist iiko but makes pivjMration by putt Inn matters back In the paction they wore In before the strike so far as he can, that is, he will take no advantage of what has been Knim-d lo Ihe union by ihe wrong done. In consequence 0f the inisre presentations made to President .Mitchell which 'ind-.ic.vl his tele-trrain. and of what followed. n.i n I were forced to Join the union. Th-s-are released (font that orjruni*ati.>e. and free to Join again or not guided and fooled as they ,mv'irevalle.1 throughout. Nor have the times lieen without men of courage. President ttickcu dared to sny in the early days of the fight what Mr. Ilurk... says now. He was stisjvnded to gratify Mr. Sherman, suspended pro-xunmbly to bol.ster. up a falling caus��. Messrs. Keith and SI lard dared to make a minority report show-  ing that Mr. Sherman hud said the sti'ike wns a mistake *mt he would ' not rectify it. They were expelled Uycause they sattl what Sir. llurke now says is true, expelled ptvsum -ably to iKiWter up (( dying cause. Such men. now vindicate^. shouM le thanked by their ii.How men 'or their services and ( 'nil honor. If Sir. liurki- ts right i h.' men haw been -.i-^anv.i the strike and It has kept 1b- a,'i-tntor-i busy keeping them '.n iiiie. At Cnion ineelingN s|m>tvkers who i!..-siretl to get nt the truth have t.ivn yellrxl down, anyone nnxiotis to a d in the furtherance of peace h�s )>��*�-h enlleii n traitor from ccrt.'-n f Si'ptemljer is-; sued Ills tirst. circular theiv Jius iJsx'ii no Ixittom in the strike, i'lv ' .uiblic and the resectable press II. lines east of Fort William, Is named u* �u|H?rlnicndent SIur]>h>'s successor. A. I,.'s positiinn will likely lx� given to IV Killing  worth, of Toronto, thief dispatcher of ths Ontario div.slr.ii Another change spokea of is that A. i;. IWin. chief clerk to II. P. Tinv merman, will l>e transferred to St John; .1. t). Shewnn. chief cl.-rk at that point, taking th- post m I'o  i onto. (Jeneral superintendent F. P H-A- i way. of the Port Arthur lines, wns first mentioned for general superm  tendent of the Ontario division, ;.,it it was stated ut the I'nion suit on that he hud .declined lo accept it i The* changes will'g�> into eft-el the first of the year, although olll- ;.0 conflrmat'.on of the shutlle has .,.it yet l>een given out. Ixwnt C.P.ll. nv�n haw known 101 some lime that two 01 the changes would take place, hut the change ri the Ontario-Stout real su|k>rintendei t�. will come ns a grwit surprise Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and tiENERAL AGENTS Office-Second Floor Southard Dlcck Pest Offico Box 3 elephono No. 122 Loavo your order for a Imrrol of- Ontario Apples at Kean & Co.'a. A cnrloail of fancy Ontario stock din' to arrive this wot>- like. All check-off orders ed since that date are canclled. As to the stcike tielng on th"1 closed shop .ssue. there is no room e�r doubt. An attempt has been maJe to draw a red herring across tlw scent by insisting that those �� � > hud left the union must go on � uy  ing dues been us.- "tho check-off lasted during th. out ni.s'istance. 'I h.-re have been those who backed them up in th-i,-wrong hoing, caring nothing for the consequences to ( the men who... frieg. ill the business communltv and letist of I move west and asstim.. charge-of :h.. all for the shareholders of the Com ' western d�vl�lon. The vacancy of �-e,-pnny. who might suaer and be d.unn- ' �""n! Hii|>erintemlei�i of the centr.d d. This class of man is pretty v.,li ;�H\VRlor�. create! by the transfer �i M\i-m�rke.l now. ,iid intisi take lis Mr. Ilury to C'.ilgury. will I* 'itiert diances with the community- hV "i" Promot.on of .1. T. Artindeil SliclnM Ixicul on Wednesday took superintend, nt of the central divis -Mr. Hurke's advice und voted to RO ''�n to the position ,,, p>neral -�ap bnck to work, and on Thurmluy ! crintendent uvery working place wus occupied All kinds of Fruits, Nuts, etc. Ice Cream on order. j. W. Kean &Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Glazing � Graining W. M. BARBER. Painter and Decorator Carnage Painting a specially Knlsoinining Puimrhanging TOWN LOTS territio Indictment Mr. Ilurk names against Mossrs. Sherman and Uiggs, und then subscribes his nama u.s representing President Mitchell to it. That wus the time for them to have shown whut vostrge of man hood, if any. they had left in th-m Out instead they attack tho cred-n tinls of Mr. Mitchell'i* ivpreseiHu Vive, Thomas llurke, sent here' 'with full power to settle tho differences nnd when they tried to estftUish chuos where he had brought peace "Well, if you question my anthorit : Sir. Ilurbo vcr>" gently answered ; come with met to Mitchell. I hav told you whut 1 think of you: se*. what Slitcholl w.ll say." Ho off ihey wont to Mitchell. Is it to bo wondered at "that thorn who haw acted as t'ho promoters oj .tho st rila> have dons, would din gum^ in their boots, unwilling to !�-i n > i dupes and victims back to tin- i  � u-ing of an honest livelihood if th.-y could help it? Throughout this struggle, mis- Vancouver. Nov 2�'> -Ii is si,,;..| that genr-ral superiuteiident Marpole s slated lo K> promoted to Virin t lie second assistum to 11. - v iiv-|,tvstU.-nt; also that F F lliiste.xl is to s�cro�l him here n- general superintendent, while I). K. Ilrown i-. to be nppointe.' flee ns far opart as posstblv \:t�-r some liille dclll>eratlnn. we , em-trvenced to lliv up with the t'.inser -vntive >h.vts first and to tell the truth derived a certain amount n sal isfact urn in roasting them, .ipait from the fact that our local coal nnd wood merchants are Conservative -,n the supplying of fuel at any m' . When IgiAtcd. the majority of them shifted about in the stove as if trying to find a safe placp while their companions were lieing consume I. and some even tried to bolt out. of ' Ihe nUiVe altogether; then they wutitd tin re up fitfully, smoulder and 1111 Ihe office with smoke, to the disgust of our devil who I.ken to see things .-oiim' through nnd burn fiercely The Itefoim newspapers were next tried and with the exception of th> Henley Herald all burned hrighll.v. ditluting such n heat throughout the oillce that one could almost imagine ili.xt he were living in the trophies m place of out upon ihe plains ,,f me gnat Nor'hwest. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS dt BANK a* capital ,?:s,oiw,oit.\ . about admitting that one is in the wrong. It makes us large andbrlngs us friends. It won for Sir llurke md his union tho sympathy and support of lho public nnd of the Company. ( awl got him a concession not hitherto suggested, that tu future tho : men signing the check off would 1*. bound by it for the life of the ngice ment. It is time lo revise, ihe power giv. en lo local district officers to c,,;i men out on strike nt their pleasure There should be a ch.s?U on it- Not only was the culling of the men out on strike unwarranted but the insist-ing on Michel men striknff in sym -pathy. after Sir. Sherman kn>w and had admitted his original mistake is inexplicable. Sir. llurke says too that was a mistake. Is it fair to with Winnipeg It ts understood th>se rhnuivs will le announced lor the beginning i.f the new year HUH! SCllfKH. MTKItVltV *((:. IF.TV Highly Coinpiinv.-nied by the Inspector. Sir. llrov it- The ineelir.g that \\a� unnninwi..i, pronounced to 1 �i \he best yet w \s held Inst Friday afternoon. The feature of th.' programme was the bale on "Unsolved that the grading of pupils by yearly promotion exam 'nations is a better iivUhod of |.io-motion than by the lenrhors' � 'p"ll lMised on daily work." The nfUrmat-ive was ably upheld liy Nellie Harris and Percy Harding while pnru Simmons and Hugh KinnVhtirgh u-uoint.s  .> ere ^brought out on tioth sidi-s. Principal Hamilton g-avu the decision In avor of the negative. The other star feat uiv was tj, reading oi "The Ohnvnei-." Kettin.i. Nov -I -The follow out open lett.'i In Sir Uillri.l l.auii.i lies h, lo tli>' piililicattoii Improvement liisirut s.0. M-A-.l Uludworth. Susk , Nox U�. Itm.t IX-ar Sir Wilfrid.-The hamlit o| Illadworth is the supplying point !..r set lien, in approximately twelve townships surroumlirg. Tln^se town-shijis have upprovimutely fifty sol-llers each therein i'he routi try is open rolling prairie, .levoid of tiws. The s.>tller nds fo- fuel' on i'.mI and wood obtuined nt '.he ru!!vuy station. Illadworth The loc�l deiilers secup' their woi>.J from the Pt-inc-' Alliert country, and their conl liom the Gait mines. I^th-bridgi-. No coal has been obtain'd from th- latter snurce since April last. One cur has been obtained from, Ikinft in K..i>temt>i>r last, sinc.i whith , no coA has been roonved here. T-ui cars are under orvi^rs from Ije'.h  bridge, ami none delivered. One c ills ordeivnl from l-Nlevun anerl. .mi their answer is "Ue hale neither slul)f. islgings nor cntt.ngs, and thotl�h �'i' have enquired we are in able to purchase any cordwood Then' is none in the city." Settlers haw Issen bunting lumber ut 8!10 a thousand, willow brain,.I  twistetl hav and grain These soun an* well-nigh nxhuur.ted. Ilr. .1. Fyfe ivports from ol�.erv.i lion that no fuel .s in the settlei.. hands, nnd that siiliering and pi r haps d^>-c. SI. and that made- one forget the inquiry in ad- they should take ih - form of a p,.b- llcreceptKm. Saskatoon Phoenix: I'he strikes at I-ethbi'idgt! cun hardly say that it is tho applause of the West that is urging them on. disputing over �heir rights, i-.�gu less of the right of the people i.i live. I uould respectiullj ask that \,m. sir, put an eml to a dispute thai is intolerable and the maintenance of which endangers th,- life eml li.i|,,,i itglit of emiu-ui domain bo exercised. ) can assure you. sir, without c\-aggerat.on, that this matter is one of life nnd death to the settlers here one r-tqtilrlng immediate action. Vour ol�eent humble servum. WSI.X. HAM9AY. Chairman of Committee The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Kvi'iy utti ntion f;i\i'ii iho travelling public Ki't-d Slabh- in euiiiu-ctinii Telephoiu* 17 li.-iialrii-i-ki'iH' find Kiiiii-Iiit'h lleatltpiaitiM'B RATES, $1.00 PE1R DAY 0 W'e liamlli- only lh�' best makes. Hockey Skates, 60c. to $3.75 Hockey Slicks all prices, TIIK CKNTUAL IIAKDWAKK STORK ^ G. L. VROOMAN m-mmmm-m---M�naMa|| ;