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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTK t-ETTTniunGF, DAILY row Saturday. 'November :JU, Double Capacity Eight Stories of Steel and Concrete. This massive the New Montreal Home of "Progress Brand" Clothing facing on three streets with its mountain-like walls and fjiant columns typifies the staunch workman- ship, durable fabrics und sturdy wear of "Progress Brand" Clothing. Value has is the cornerstone of "Progress Brand" success. includes styles, tailoring, wear and the main feature of "Progress Brand" Suits aud Overcoats for this season. You have only to see these choice styles, to know that your best interests lie in wearing "Progress Made and guaranteed by Q. Vineberg Co. Limited, Montreal. Sold with a guarantee by 125 Pictures from the Theatre of McKeMe McGuire, Lethbridge. Have You Ever Investigated Fit-Reform Ever tried on a Fit-Reform Suit or Overcoat Ever examined the quality of the fabrics and trimmings Ever noted Fit- Reform values If you have, it is almost certain that you now wear Fit- Reform Clothing. If you have not, you are missing some- thing. Come in now and investigate Fit- McKELVIE McGUIRE. NOT READY FOR IT YET by a member today as "a bye-product Quebec, Nov. The debate on of the collapse the Farmers Dr. Franies' compulsory educational and engineered by shareholders and bill Tras brought to a. closu this even-' depositors of that institution ins, -when a vote was taken and the j strengthen their own ease." measure defeated hy a majority of j 56. six voting tor it, and sixty-two ag- VALUABLE WINNIPEG MUD ainst it. NERVOUS ABOUT THE BANKS I Nov. property formerly owned and occupied hy the AT BELGRADE AUSTRALIA MINING LEGISLATION By George A. Dorsey, LL.D., in Chicago Tribune. accidents are rare in Australia. The reason for this is the high grade of intelligence of the min- ers a-nd the fact that in- spection acts were drafted by by men of practical experience aud because miners aud their friends and fellow workers in other industrial pursuits have been able to demand and legis- late in acocrdirace with their exper- ience. The Minister for .Mines of the cab- inet of New South Wales was a miner mine unless he holds a registered cer- tificate of competency. Managers Are Examined The minister for mines shall appoint a board, who examines appticanU for certificates of competency as man- agers. The minister may further make rules for the'proceedings of the board, prescribing places and times for ex- aminations; the remuneration of mem- bers of the board, the fee to be paid by an applicant for examination; reg- ulating tlie conduct of examiner? n-ud pi-escribing the qualifications of appli- cants for, examination.- The minister grants competency certificates as man- ngeia to those who have passed the age. residence and lirst date of every boy din ployed about the mine. Inspector of Mines The governor, through the execu- tive council, of course, appoints duly qualified persons to inspect mines. Such an inspector must hold a certi- ficate of competency or a certificate as manager. Certain persons are disqual- ified for acting as inspectors, viz., partners or any person who practices or acts as land ngent, mining engin- eers, managers, agents or valuators of mines, arbitrators on any difference arising between owners, agents or managers, or who are in any way em- ployed in or about a mine or are min- ers' agents or mine owners. Nor shall any inspector be a partner or have any interest in any mine in the state. Inspectors are given the widest possible latitude for inspection. An inspector who linds In'any mine or in anything connected with the mine with its control or management anything likely in bis opinion to injure the health of the miners, rau-jt give written-notice to the' manager, staling therein particulars and accompanying the same with a stated request for amendment within a stated period. If the cause of danger is not removed or detect remedied, the inspector may proceed for default and tho court may i Tjjj8 book must always bo available Your money is considered on deposit until you are completely you buy v -..v We know we can pteata yoa. Our gdrmenti art detigned fight ana tailored right. Comctnftt of ttylu and shape-permanency art thtil; two greatest featurtt. >s But you feel certain that our "Refund" Bu it as good at a bond. Every dealer stands firm with in backing it up. T. C. Ridpath 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH .j which at least once in every 24 hours, ex-. No gauge shall be passed les more than pounds from tha araine the ler> Ltautenl gause. shrifts, levels, planes, and all places I t Ho J CALGARY'S NEIGHBORLY ACT used in the working of the mines. must record In wrUing in n keptj for the .purpose, his opinion as to their condition and safety, etc., etc. impose on the owner or manager penalty of Prevention of Lead Poisoning The governor makes regulations for for hte inspector. rsTo person under the age of 21 years shall have charge of any winding en- ;ine; no boy onder 18 shall have con- the prevention of lead poisoning and j irol of any engine or boiler used in provldw for the enforcement f connection with the working o[ any of such regulations., not exceeding for each offence. Rules governing the draining of mines are many and explicit. Even more so ;ire those regarding ventila- tic-ii, escapes and the use of explosives. mine. Every boiler must be thorough- ly cleansed at least once every six months; and every 12 months be sub- Calgary, Nov. run of twenty- one miles over tlie frozen prairie roads by the -Calgary motor fire ap- paratus, saved the business section of the town of 'Laugdon from destruction tiiis afternoon. Fifty-five minutes af- ter the call for help "was received in Calgary, the moror pump was throw- ing water from a slough on the out- skirts of Langdou into the Hicks Mode jccted to ix hydrostatic test by a pro-j where a general store and stock wtre per ami qualified person.- Air 'receiv- consumed. The timely arrival tho ers must be tested once, every year Managers or competent persons he to one-third over the .allowed working may appoint for the purpose, must, pressure; steam gauges once a year. Calgary spread blocks. apparatus prevented, the f the fire into adjoining a few years ago. Just now he is try- i examination satisfactorily ami have ing to convince the lower house of j given evidence of sobriety, experience, j Parliament that the stale uf New j ability ami seiiend good conduct, and South Wales should own coal mines., have had practical experience in j The mines Inspection act of Now niincs for at least three years. Such South Wales is a bulky document of certificates must be registered on some sixty-seven pages. I can only I fcrm. present a fevof its wiucipai features. I There is a penalty for unqualified i persons who take charge of inacnin- Every mine which employs more u _ than ten persons below ground shall j persons be in charge of a manager residing in i the vicinity, who shall exercise daily j1 Machine operators must hold icatfa of competency, aud the oints a board of exam- drivers and makes the case of managers, ine drivers are given cer- raust be Ontario. urging -the appointment oE a of Main street, near the corner of dlrection of tta The mimagel. Jed e Royal Commission to inquire into the i Portage avenue, and now owned and shall he the owaer of the mine, or 1 tiahilitv of the Canadian banks, the j occupied by the Canadian Bank of j some person nominated by him. The j Idea being to preclude the possibility j Commerce, has been purchased by name of the manager must be made Certificate May be Revoked of any further disaster, j the Dominion Trust Co. The price known to an inspector by written r The movement, was was of a foot. J lice. No one may bo manager of nearly every day in the year Whether you golf or motor or drive, skate or snowshoe or walk, the most useful item of your wardrobe will be one of the EXAMINE one at your local merchant's and you will agree that nothing you own is more beautifully made nor more exquisitely finished Try one on, and you see that it ha3 the snug, stylish fit your taste exacts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it retains its new, smart shapeliness. It must do that, for our Pen-Angle knitting process shapes these improved sweater coats imo permanent fit. Thus they cannot become saggy or ill-fitting, as many garments do tbat resemble In appearance only v-'hen brand-Dew. You will be lastingly satisfied wun tie sweater coat that bears this trademark. 78 BADE EY Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Underwear, Hosiery and Sweaters For mea, women and children Any manager or engine driver who is reported incompetent, negligent or unfit, or convicted oi jan offence a gain-it the nihies inspection act, is subject to :m inquiry, which shall he public, by a court consisting of a war- den named by the minister sitting either alone or with assessors named by the minister. This court reports to the minister, who may then cause the report to be made public. The court has power to cancel or suspend cer- j cificntcs; it may require a manager or j engine driver to surrender his certi- j Failure to comply incurs lia- j IbilJty to a fine not to exceed Cancelled certificates are to be re- corded. The penalty for forging or false dec- j j larntion as to certificate carries the j quality of misdemeanor and the liabil- ity ot conviction to imprisonment net exceeding two years, with or without labor, may not be to miners at or within any public house or sal- oon or houEo oC outertainnient, or on such No t'eiiiel'es or boys under years of may bs employed in or about rtiiy raise, "G bey under IS shall Ue employed in caging or uncaging trucks, nor shall they be employed as landers or bracemen at any plat or landing place either at or below the surface. Before a miner may work in tho fact oC the.workings he must have had two years' experience at such work under the supervision of skilled workmen. There must be In every Mine> register contuiuiug the name. "W7HEN you go into a store to buy a pair of gloves or mitts, don't ask for just gloves. If you want to get the full worth of your money and a guar- antee of satisfactory wear, tell the dealer you want Guaranteed Gloveg Warranted to give MtUr faction or a new pair WERY pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves is made from the finest grade horse-hide, specially tanned by the H.B.K process to give EXTRA WEAR, This process thickens and plumps the leather, and makes it soft, pliable and elastic. You can WASH a pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves and they will dry out soft and pliable. They are specially made to stand hard knocks and give extra service'. No other glove can compare with them for toughness and worth-of-the-money. Every pair is tested and inspected before it leaves the factory, and is built for honest service to the wearer. That is why we authorize.every dealer to make good for every pair of; H.B.K. horsehide gloves that fails to give perfect satisfaction. Be sure to ask This is vour onlv safety in glove The Hudson Bay Knitting Company Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL ;