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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta sturdy Boys and Bonnie Girls with lots of sound bone and muscle, full of animal life and pluck, are raised on wholesome, nutritious Bread. You can BaRa that Kind of Bread with ri:oyR It is produced solely from the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat, by the latest improved methods in the most modern mills in the world.  Goes farther than any other-rich in nutriment and wholesome. Sold Pyorywhoro in Tiio Croat Dominion WESTERN mm FLOUH MILLS CO., LIMITEO mill* at WlnnlMK, Oodarlohand Brandon GROWING TABER FKOM THE KKI'OltTBU Kntuiol Into llpl-wwii ihc 'I'lilxji Miiiii and tlii' IniiMi. CLOITD.S I.KA\'K. j fluto llio childicn ol our n'o^'n^? town. 'I'liis liiHl NUKt{>^slion, n��nciy >var(l schools, KhoulU work pxcoUeni.-ly, hfiv, n.s oui- town is vory sctttler-lul, ami cU.Mrifii living near, the Tatjnr luinc and tite railroad have lont; liiHianceH to u-ulk at present. IMVXl. ITK-MS. On Motiilivy evening Z!io|�a.yn-precialivo nmlicnco. The I'odtH of loirenloniuin. and the marvelous shooting acts iMting .siM-ciolly worthy � of mention. They may oXi>"et to lliHl a record crowd wlwii l!>ey After We'Te Determined The lenses you should wear -the only lenses that would bit likely to help yrti any- you may have them put into any sort of frames you like We have a big selection of every kind, and we will see that the glasses suit your features as well as your eyt-s, so that you will not experience the least bit of inconvenience from wearing them. Consult tis fully and freely about your eye troubles. We are extra particular about this work, and guarantee a correct, scientific examination, which is absolutely free. R.A.WRIGHT Graduate of the Optical Institute of Canada Things nre hunuiiing heiw. . Ijiisl week wo were on the ver'ge of a strike, this week the cloud lui.s blown over and all is going oh hwiiiimingly. The Miners L'nion wished the Coil I'onijiany to.recognize the l.'nion, to luliolish the IHacU List, to raise thei-rule of wages, uiid to grant an eight Jiour day. They issued an iilli- Oriental Novelty Kntcrtuiiters guv.? luatiini to the mine managers, and liuvii).^'' li.xf.fl a day for ihcm lo siRii | again on Kriflav, I'heir men having laid o(T for 4 da.is. All the rec|Uosts were grairtod to api'ly from dale except the eight hour day, which will come Inlo force on April 1st of next year, 'i'he contract with the l.'nion to remain in force until lh.-> .first of Novemt'icr of next year. Mr. Auliiii of the Iteliancc .nine nays that his men had no grievance, unil that his mine would have sta.v-etl in ahalevor happened, lie was a passengx>r last vwk to Calgar.\' artl to Jt.C. whore he holds several im-poi'laiil ml.ning claims. The Western Canada Coal &. C,,k.v^ They are to l>e con -gratiilaled oX'l>eir energy, havinHI only lieon starlit a I'orlnight. .Mr. i;, C. .lones, painter and d.-c-orator. lu\s the contract for painl-ing the Company's old liuildings, and i.s making great strides towards I pnning the looks of those houSi>s. The same company have a new steci (ipp!.? on order from the .States at the arrival of wh.ch tbc.v will proci-ed to sink another shaft to the west of the town, and make the ni'C-o.s.^ary pivpa rat ions towards opening up the same. .Altogether this om-pany Is s|>cnding one cpiarler of a million dollars on the improvement of their property here, which cec -tainly looks like prosperity to Taller. Mr. C. Pixon. their enterprising nwnager w.U not let the grass grow under his feet, liul intends making his mine the hest in the Crow's ,\'..'St I'ass. ' i-ome and pay us a return visit. I Mr. Marchoschault has just rcturir;'! from a tril) to H.C. and reports thing.s as booming u|i there. W. W. l)oiiglaseriencen the TtihiH' iiiiiie anil the I. .M.W. of A. oil Oilob.T Hth. 'This agi'i^.'nK'iit made on the above date, between the Canada, West, Coal and Coke t-'o. Limited, h.-rein-nfter called the Company of the fust part, and the Employees of the Can-udtt. West, Coal and Coke Co., Limited, as represwnted by the Cnited Mine Workers of .\nK�rica, Disiri'it So. la, hereinafter called the ni'u. of the second part. Now this atcrcvmrnt �itneKset:h that for and in consideration of .schedule attached here ami made part hereof, that is to say, schedules '"A," "li," and "C" ami of the mutual advantages of the parties hcroto as follows: This Agreement shall cover all the mines, and outsitle plant o|)orotoil by the Canada, West, Coal and I'oke Co., I..imited, at Talicr. It shall Ih> understood and agreourposo wliatever. unless callp � i 1.1,! Track layers, .'. Timl>eruian helpers. .'^I.'.."i0 t�er day. llriveis. S'J.TO per diii'. Hanger on IHin. .�!2.Hmi'ii .S'J.tlli per diiy, Watermen SiS.-'jii |�'r day. All other wiiges n.-iiuiiii us at piv.'*-eiit, should these us a wholt-adopted, the Coiiipaii.v will, coniniencini^ Noveiiiljer the 1st, IDOLi pay seini-iiiontlil.w This ngivement takes ert'ect October Ihe 8th, 190('>, and is lo conliiiu.-in force tirtil XovemlK-r the l.st, 1907, it i.s iindei'.otood and agreed that the parties hereto will imxn in conference Sixty Days tirior to the expiration of this agreement, to ' for Ihe next year's crop. The new store being built (o* M. .f. Triiswell by Mr. K. A. VanOr-! man :s neurinff coniiilelioii, and .Mr. j Truswell ho|H>s lo ofn-n our I'or ! lMisinonding our money in Tabor ami help our town to pros|)erit.y. Our luerchanls can do this by Ix^ing con lent wilh fair profit. Ijnt our iii'erchants .see that this is Ihc ea.se. Our people are loyil. ^I^.^H therefore the*' w.ll supi>ort the m-.'iv hants. Therefore "Loyalty lo Tuber" '-s Our Motto." to our farmers, who, having gather- , j,,^ Snperintendent of the Comp t ny, ! , ed in their grain, found the sofd ^y^^ president of the I^ical i.n-I ^.'I"".'"'': i ion, or such person, as he nuiy ilc-il ill sin I Ik; cit.\' coiil't-i iiig with the Minister of Interior on j'f-! fairs iN-laling to hiN department.! !Mr. Mair has long l>een a prominent ! 1 character in western affairs. He is ; a writer of far beyond Ihe average President of the IJ.M.W. of A., .-or '"''^'"^' " ''"''^ '"''""^ �^ jadjustmont, should they fail it shall ^'n'"^'t"i"inB �'"'-.v ""'^^'' of the'^'"'^'' " eivlhus- 'iastic immigration agent, as he be referro" '"i'l'i rn town, it ^, investigalion ""�^ "'"i' ^" ^'^^ ^ and atljustment and until a Anal di?- ! hi.s future in .this country aw.'iybaoi; rision reached in the nmnnei' above .sot forlh. provi\ oven door fthut. The range which allows Madam to i the progress of the baking without chilling thci oven has the right to her preference. The Happy Thought Range has an oven door " like a window "-transparent-showing the contents of the oven and allowing continual inspection of the baking going on inside. This window door is ; one of the exclusive features of the Happy Thought Range.: The women in 130,000 homes are considered good cooks, just because they use this door. Its results are splendid. If you want the best stove in the world, ask your dealer to show, you ; the special features in the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE New home-builders will find it cheapest to buy a Happy Thought first because it is the host. EVERY HAFFY THOUGHT BURNS COAL oa WOOO. VAa WM. BUCK STOVE CO..L>�ii.a UrBnlfartl tiunlraat 'Wlnnifistf '....rait s.\i.E B\',..., G. L. VROOMAN event of neglect or failure ' rea;!^'^"*'"''vev party which laid o an unanimous decision within .^r.e '''''�' ''i'om the. Kaminist iipiay to month after reference to Ihe Pre li-dent or fJeni-ral Manager anri.\- to susp..|id ''"ominous urea wh.cb is now pro-ior cease work. If lhe> .so wish. In u? a huiidrsd million bushels of iaddilion lo the examination allowed ,hjr the Coal Mines Iteg'uintions I the Pit Commillee a'tove referred (o (Too late .for last week's Herald.) The whole of the week has bo.>!i an exciting one, with threatened strikes at the Tabor Coal Mine ai.t* a strike at the Uullock and Consoii-dateer again by Satuixluy. .'n an interview with him, he says that his men ani satisfied, and thai they will not come out under any cir -cumstance.s. He .seems to think that the other mines will have everything settled by next week. F. W. I'owell. trading as the Tab or House Furnishing Co. eximets his iiow stoivj lo lie completed by the S.'Vth lin.st., ami hopes to open out or. Of befoi-o that date with a complete line of hou.se fiirnitiiro and furnish -ings. MoKsrs, Wildman and McKellor ar.^ making great stride.s with their cou tract with the V. W. Coul and Co'ko , Co.'s twont.v now houses. These buildings are large two storey d.)ii-ble houses, and are 'being; built on the Company's own land. Mr. llixon the manager of the C. W. Coal and Coke Co. is having the cellar of his new house dug, .\nd expects the building,lo lie startsl next week. imdersland the N. W. Coal and t^oke Co. have a now steel tipple on order, and as soon ns it arrives work wilt lie coiiimencc' for ihe working of the same will be put in position. They have shall have access to the Mines from time to time, to make examinati.sn for the purpose of investigoiting any dispute that may occur betvwn tia-, otHcials of the Company and i he men employed in the Mines. Xo miner working nt contract work on coal .shall l*e allowed to hilt! laborer. The Compaii.v give thie C.M.W. of \. tt full i-ocognition', and conc-;Hle to the check oil .system, tlmt is to .say, upon the individual mpicKt in writing �f anj- of the Company's eni-plo.xoes. The Company shall deduct l{oauliful PortagoPlnin.s was .1 litter of billValo bones and Alljerta ami Saskatchewan was .mc- any .jxeept for noimrdic Indians. He ,!was an 'immigration agent hen, as now, although in those early dayv he Was only on the volunteer c. .f,is Mr, Mair's particular sphere of iLsef Illness al the piv-seal time is finding homes for the syi- tiers who come from the mountain states on the oast side of . the Hockies. During the three years ir. which he has been stationed at Leth- bridge he has handled on an aver - age 1,400 actual farmers a year, lly tha>t he me.tns nu-ii �ho hn^-e ait � .1.  ... _ 1 uall.v gone on the lane- siich monies irom their (vages each i j t 1 , come producers. .Vlmost all of th.-m month as is designatccl for flues, ' , are from Montana. Idaho. H,\oiiiiii!{-, assessmenl.s, fines ami m'tiaiion fwi, , , , ,. ., . . Itah. Colorado, .N.'w Xlexico ur^'l in other words, the Coin|iany will i ,, , . . , . ... . . 'f*'enveni b; foiv the fjuoslion has been referred to Pn'sident of the Company and ins stllers to Canada. Mr. Mair r.-porls tha( while the great major ily of them are .Americans by birtli and iinbiirsl wilh Ihe .\nwrlean as been ,,,V..,,,,p. ,i,.,j. referi-d lo them and both parties of U,,s(it,.tions largely by iii- this agreemenl agree to abide l.v T,,^,.. ,,so many re- Ihoir decision. s, patrialed Canadians among them who fiiKl nothing lo learn in ac- Coiiimencing 8lh of Octolier, ,,,i,.j,jj Canadian ways. lOO.i, the following schwlulc of wages will : ^^.^.^^^ .^^ ^.^^ j^,,.r^,. bo pai.\ PPtr.ST COXPr.M-VS IIIK KI.KS I'lW l.e Pievenlics, as the name implies, piwent all colds and grippe when "taken at the sneeze stage." Pre-^ venlics are tooUisome candj' tablelsjper Ion. to the e.xtent oi 20 nvachin.-Pioventics dissipate nil colds qircit-j cut ting in rooms, :Wc per Ion. ly, and taken early, when you .Irsi | Loading after mnehinos in ' feel that a cold is. coming, lhe.v j .10 cenls per ton. check and pix>vent tlwin. Pi�oventics I Kntry work and narrow work to j luobiibly forgetting lhat such socio aix! thoroughly safe for children, (I'ld lie paid Ihe same price ns at pi*esent, ns cITcctuol (or nilults. Sold and re- until the raidialax sheering macWine commended Hn 5 cent and 23 cent arrives, then entry and narrow work ho-xod by .J, n. Iliginbothaai & Co. may be let on special contract to Calgary, Aim., �1. 7.--Vl nia.sN Ibis morning IteN , I'alhei niarcluind refeirwl to ih^- order oi' the h:!ks. a branch of which was formed in Calgary hist week. He ox-rooms, pressed regret that several of liis parishioners had jo'iiied the ord.M-, HEAM OR COOK i STOVE i CsU and tee 0�r Stock and you ftre �ure of kciiig aturicd ^ I HicK Oa. WaKely The Loailing Tiiinora, Phunliors, Htcatit niul Hot AVater Fittors. Tolephono Ilfi. ties and orgianizations were condemn-' ed by the llon-.an Catholic church. ' During his spc-ech on this sub.ieet { Father Ixsinitrchand said that the i Advertise in The Hei ;