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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta � r/ The oven in The KooTenay Sneel Ranfz is venriiared London-Toronto- Monrrcal Jffjnnipc^-Vancouvcr-Sr.Johnl^ BRODIE & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS FRED. RODNEY, - PROP. 6000 ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY Ilethbridge - alberta! ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon^ - Proprietors RatM $1^ ai4 $2.00 p�r Oay PllEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ALL MINERS OUT Serious State of Affairs in tlic Crow's Nest Mines. FuniiB, IJ. C. Sept, 29.-Thv? miners at Michel went oiMr-oii stiikc io-tiay, on Instructions i'roin cratod by the C..N.! Caal IJo.. at Coal Crook, JhVrnio tiiid Michel. Firemen atd oiigineors arc roquested to continue work until further notice. (Sgd.) F. II. Sheniuu. president district No. 18, U.m.w. ui A." From the Fcrnie Lctlger. To the workmen at Mines,- Gentlemen- Colli f'rc-K O O.C.I J.O.O.OAO.O.C r' I'f ^n'o'o"o'o"o:o!aab.o.o.o.o.oAQ>Q ICOOL AND REFRESHING Rowaf s Lemos SquMh, Rowat'ft Lime Jvif Cordial. RowAt'a Raapbcrry Vinef sr, Cftlcy't Frait Drinks. Lorimcr's Lemonade Crystals, Ail Good and MHiolcsome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 m �WESTERN ;WAREHOySE& TRANSFER CO. m. I Railroad Transferring, Dtay- >i.dt In Mtnltoba, Saakatchcwu and AtMrta ic�pttnK I anl W, act re>etTed, nty M feoneiieaded by anjr perioa wbo la ib-o  bead of a family, or anr male orer 18yean oragc, to Ui� CKient of ODe-use the minds of any of iho public of any wrong impression that this circular has, or may have given to them. Hence the following lino.s: I am not a man (in the first pluw) that, having dealings w'ilh iiuliviiUi-als or corporations, nnd corning lo any misunderstanding ,witli thorn,wili fly to the press and get pamphlels out to let the universe know m.v opinion, or try and force thoni to think I am right and the ot|t>cr follow is wrong. It is my opinion that if Mr. Lind.sey wished to be fair io his company ai�d to their employees there is a way whereby this trouble could be avoidwl, viz., carrying o'.i the agreement to its very letter,'an was the signing of this book by every person avoided (for it was the Idea at the first to have an idle day so that we coulil get everybody to sign, but it was a thought from the workmen's side that it could lie don? without losing any time, and I have wi6he.v were signing for their lamps, as js done in many iii-.stances in the Old Country. I have my idea on this, that it wnll be unv^l agaln.st any legislation that may be I trough t liefotv the House during the ue.\t session regarding the pajineitt of wtigios fortnightly or weekly. Oi course this biwk will be produced as signatures agivinst such lo^�l�tlon. Now, is thia not a violation of tUv agreement? I say it is, and when an agreement is violated by one party, I take it that the other party is at liljci^y to do as it chooses, and the .stopping of our nion to work is not a violation, as explained in his circular. And this circular is wry mislead -ing to the minds of the public, by ;,rying to persuade them that these articles and letters were not put before our men. 1 may say that letters that are XKVEU received from the Company are never read at our meetings, but every coiiununication that is rocei\'>etl is rend before omv men and thoroughly discussed, tmd if Mr. Lindsey is as faithful In litis to his Company as the ofHcers nf our I'liions are. I don't think hi^will oonio -ti) any trouble on this �c "-e. 'rhen \gain, this circular ct;!tistrict )t'iocre-cau.so on the '>ih of this miodIh, I'rcsident Sherman and National Uoard Member Shar|>e and mvK-?:i, had an interview with Mr. Lfndsey and Mr. Drinnan on the .question of men withdrawing from the Union, and the question was to Ijc answ -r-ed in writing and sent to Mr. Sh.sr-inan, t\nd I am giver.i to understand it had not been received !t none. Do you ;thbridge district. The builcti;i leads: It is stiitod that the figures jjivan in Crop Bulletin No. 3 for district No. 3,-Lethbridge, Itaymond nnd Stirling Districts,-ilo not represciil the actual acreage under crop iior the prospective yield, and this erfectly justilie the publication of the following extract from the report prepared by that C'ommittee: , On behalf of the Committee ap -pointed by the B�iard of Trafle Ui procure information as to the proper crop cowHtions in this district, we lieg to report that we have gathered the mation: block. Office Hours- 9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. A. W. McVittiiB Dominion Land Surveyor following reliable '"f"''" | Will devote his entire time during ' the summer to laying out awr townsites. Ck>ntract piioea on application. prob- SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will be selling nt 1200 in a month's time. Good Faruting Lanil for sale �1^. SMOKE ^ Lethbrid^ Beik Havami'Smoker T. W. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alta. CHOICE ANQIES AKES BEST READ UNS City Bakery r.C. Co9Ke� Prop. playing, puts the cap on the whjle of it. We have protested to the Company that men having signed the checkoff, or agreement, once had signed for the life of same, but what do wo find? The Company is lottint! those signed withdraw from the n-greement, thereby breaking sanw. Yet we are made to 'believe by th'."^ circular that it is the Company alonn circular that it is the company  1 me that has kept the agrooment in tact And in reference to the .IcCJl-iii'-s, it is plain to be seen that 't wis a barefaced violation of the .igreiinunt aiid our men would not stand such high-handed robbery, ami stopped work, and here in this case the men wanted to show that they would i!>t be played with, as the Company or its management thought. And again Mr. Lindsey never mcntioneil the fact that this t^greemunt was violate*! by thctn introducing the payment by chock system, when it was put into the agrecmqnt. 'That all custom.s that prevailed at Coal Creek mines should be as hcixjtoforc," and yet we find lots of changes of customs since that data. And agairtT all new men who start to work at those mines liavo to sign on agreement now that they employ with the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. at a certain vage, and have promised that they will not raise their wages until the fifteenth, providing the fifteenth, comes on a Saturday, or the first Saturday after the fifteenth This is an introduction of* new cus toms, nnd has boon protestwl against by our President, who %va� promised by the niAnagemcnt, that Ihey would not be further used, when aiTEKMAN SAYS THOUBLB COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED. Mr. Sherman states that he had requested Mr. Lindsey to have his officials stale to the non-union mnn that Ihey are expected not to cause ani- trouble, as other managcniients have done, and that if this simple statement had been nvodc no trouble would have arisen. The strike has not extended to Michel, nor will It if the trouble here can be amicably settled. Stanstead Junction, 12th August, 1893. MESSRS. C. C. RICILVItDS & CO. Gentlemen.-I letl from, the brid^ leading from a plstfornt to � loaded car while assistiiig my men in  n-loading>a load of srain. The bridf^c went down as well as the load on my back and il struck on the ends of tbo sleepers causing a serious injury to my leg. Only {r Its being very fleshy would have broken it. In cn hour I could not walk a step. Com-numced using MINARD'S LINIHBNT and the third day went to Montreal on business and got about n-ol) by the urns of a cane. In ten days was nearly well. I can sinclv rocoromcud it as the best Liniment that T know of in use. Y'ours truly, C. H. GOKDON. Spring wheat-14,000 acrn us, you issue pamphlets charging'Us Demise of Mi-s. Knight. )iife of Raymond Knight. .(Raymond Chronicle). Last Saturday a telegram was 'x<-cei\ied announcing the serious Illness of Mrs. Ray. Knight urging her husband to come inimediately. Mr. Knight had already left on the morning train and the telegram was forwarded to him at. Shelby. Then on Monday came the sad news that Mrs Knight had passed away her death occurring before her husband roachwl her bed side. Mrs. Knight has been in. ill health for some years andwhile the news of,her demise camo as a shock; it was not unexpected af -though when she left Raymond a-bout the first of the month ohe appeared to be in her "usual hcUtli. lie-sides her husband Mrs, Knight leaves throe children, Uarda. Raymonl. nnd Kenneth. The interment was made in Provo. PrsventicR, as ilie name implies, prevent all colds and grippe when "taken at the aneeeo stage." pre-ventlrs are tootheome eosdy tablets Provcnties dlseipate all colds quickly, and taken early, when you first feci that a cold is coming, they check and prewnt them. tPreventlcs aifo thoroughly safe for ehildrm, and as' effectual for adulta. Sold and ro-coBimeaded (n S eent and 9ft cent boxee by J. D. IliglnbAtliam ttl Co. No estimate was made on the probable yields of flax, rye, or spelt/, -(see letter of tmnsmittat in Bulletin No. 3). Optimistic predictions losKaU gi;eat confidence in a disti'i<:t, utul while the Department regrets that anything detrimental to the fair nanie of this di��trict should i.iwi; Ijcen published under its auspic.^.s, yet in fairness to the general u ,b!ic to other districts, and to this (,is-titct itself, it is only right a compare the esti^ted average yield.s of the above report with the actii.tl average yields for the Province us given below: Spring wheat, average yield 1005. ai.4fl; Average yield (8 years) 20.39 Wheat Winter, 1905 average yield 81.41; average yield (3 j-ears) 81.02 Oats 1005. average yield 30.18; average yield (8 years) 35.67. Barley 1005 average yield 27.36; average yield (8 \-cars) 26.50. Flax 1005 average yield 14.31; average yield (4 years) 11.88. It is hoped however, that the (lan guine expectations of the Lethbridge Board of Trade, ns shown by their statement of probable yields, may bo amply demonstrated by the- actual yields. GEO. HARCOURT, Deputy Minister of Agriculture i^Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge. Lodge No. a, 1.0. /TOSS OF. Meets Id oddfellowc Ball ertrr Vrida* evening at i.ao o'clock. VlBlttag brctbren are alwara welcome. . C. V. Bennett, Bee. bee W. Bennett, N.G. �WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meets In rddfcllows* Hall e err aeeoad an* fourth ihuradajr. Vialtora alwaya walcoaie. Urs. J. Stafford. Annie Da vies M. a. acc: ace. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yaitl North of Freight Shed Widest I (ice Higliest Grades Lowest Prim -YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND, SHRUNG TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyingEIsewhere. I ' I i . ' I ! , ' I I Department of .Igriculturo, Edmonton, Albci-la, 21st September, 1006. SICK HEADACHE CURED. Sick headache is caused by de: rangcmcnt of the stomach and by indigestion. Chamberlain's Stomiich and Liver Tablets correct these d's-onlers and effect a cure. By taking these tablets as soon us the first indication of the disease appears, the attack may bo wanicd off. Qet a frDe sample and try them. For sale bv all druggists, ^^j^ Kenneth Chisholm, �x-M.P.P.. registrar of Pool Cnunt.v, Ont,, is dead. llacleod purposes installing a mun ioipal llgbtfng plant. WeCan'tDoIt For what some others ' do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which is more im-. portant to you, as the life of your Shirts. Collars, Cuffii is lengthened by our pro* cess of laumlering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar hat "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Pbona 145. Wagon' calls eveiywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Utht^fld^c Steam kaandrys Ltd. ;