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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta L When you come to the Me tropolis stay at the Palace Hotel pr day Opposite Depot Stephens Rockendorf Proprietors NEWS OF THIS Taken From Southern AJbetU Papers MEDICIXK the accountant of t hi local brunch of the UiAon has to where he bus Ixtii man of a new agency which thetbunlc opeiiiny at ttiat Wil son the present vsill act as Koss lias returned from his trip across the line and iv ports havingplaced the for greater part 01 the machinery needMi ior the stoamor which the Allxrta Navigation Company THEFEMME STRIKE ly Unpuiy The slriko ion remains unchanged inter viewed today regarding the ab conference oi1 general superintendent Drinuaii said tho iwjUCst ot district presi the employees dent Shoriimn u conference was JwUl your each for To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS THE FINEST QUALITY VAKIMAFKIUT Leave your orders for preserving Candies Ice place on the river next VI balance of the machinery purchased in Tlie hull will in Medicine Hat on a model acconlance with plans drawn upby Koss and a Chic ago naval The whichis to Jx a will T20 feet in with 1M feet draft of two feit whtMi It will have a carry ing capacity which will accoiuodat el ween five and six hundred pus engers and will IK with eninch cylinders having a liveinch Four Ihirges can laicin n low for freighting The ppcr works will be so constructed s to perhrit the sieamyr going e eath the thus avoiding the elayx that would occajlontd hrough swinging the has Hue the At the final conclusion of the negot when the contract was ab out lo be wij slated tluvtwis desiivfi to make every individual workman responsible by oltainhig his uro to t he igrcement and Lindsoy agreed a lawyer undertook to draw up a clause that would bind the men during life of tho Houdo you readers inteiprct thosic whicli arf LindstyK own of The new station at Coleinan completed anil la as neat u ion as can be Iound alung the oi tJio Crows have boon rife during week of strikes and impending bles in section of the This is not only a strange but ser ions state in the face uf I fact that every coal comjtauy operating here have Union and have signed contracts with none of for proposition Can it le possible that obligations and written coo tracts enurwl Into between the c it yesterday lxtween the companys general manager and the rcpryseu tatives of the IL was presmu od that the mens had some suggestions to to wards a of the present dispute or the conference would iot haw MVO asked Tinonly sug gestion they bad to oliVr was a for a closrd shop oiu more pronounced ami unreasonable nature ihan ever askwj for Such u would nevrr be onur lained for a single by was after it had been admitted that at the conference held last year prior Opposite Phone 98 Glazing Painter Decorator Curriage Painting a specialty KnlaoinuiinK PaiMrhangmg ResidentialLots Blocks Apply to Real Estate and CHURCH From the with impunity by either party with out recourse if then it is time for the Albertagovernment to sup ami for the proUctiou of in this conntry make those people responsibly their con the same as other corporat ions doing business in Stewart who has lime rock for the Hay jnond sugar ivfinery for tlie refining tlKir has aheady lo ithat place some JiO carloads f The now battery of coke oven Coleinan rapidly nearihg complet ion anfl ready to be into operation bythe middle ofnext At present his company is turning out daily 120 tons jdass and when the new ovens are fired up they will have a coke maktng capacity of fully 2f0 n us of coke ptr the foregoing con tract Would not any ordinary workman this to moan that he endoiswl the contract coinivunced and on March We certainly thought and novor con lemplated that any man would be allowrd to wilhdraw while he con tinuiHl to work for 1 he Crows Nest Pass Coal Had manager Lindsey agrwd i a si month that the niffi who had signed would riot be this allowed lo withdraw until March M if they continued to work for his ourmembers at Cool Civk and Michel still have companies and can broken to the signing of the present agree continual to work with nonunion ment a distinct promise was mad j uie n until eh by national board member fact is nianacrer thought president xndhe saw ah opportunity to1 weaken president representing the jour uniosi and get our at his local that there would be tOJniorcy spring and so lw able to discrimination between union and i reduce our vages and impose moiv Dew Cwn of Earner Wo arc now prepared to offer for sale buiineie and in the Town of Warner on the Alberta mil south of This is the most promising new town pin Southern It the centre ofa large aroti of fertile aeri iS cultural The topography of the country on either side iloijg the railroad makes it the most business will control absolutely the trade of u very large acres of land tributary to Warner have been sold summer to over 400 American a large number of whom will become actual Thore is now a large new hotel being builtand there are ilready located a Livery Barn and Lumter Yard and several Now it your oppeHuaity to get lolt The earlier you Juy the bette r you cab Prices will ran from to for business lots and from to residence Write KERR LETHBR1DCE ALBERTA or apply at their offices in the Southard KERR nonunion men during the life of the Sherman also admitted he had president Mitchell or the workmen of Coal that the promise of nondis crimination had been given to the company before the strike was call ed and thereby takes the Avholc Kponsibility of this strike on his own If u district president onerous conditions of employment upon This is a light forced upon us and in selfprotection are forcrtl tt accept he situation Wore we dealing with a engineer as general manager instead of a no trouble would havo resulted in the Crows J appreciate verymuch the All Buggies and Form Wagons Will be sold at COST CASH TO CLEAli BALANCE OF 8TOCK BEFORE SNOW FLIES allowed to call a strike on his own sentimonls towards me in ami for reasons which I nnd beg to say lhat Mine Workers of America are of ahjour me when solutely no protection to any comlyoiir iMPauds because j then agreements with the Uiat happens 1 shall false of a purely persoiuil natureito class lo whdl l iclnn pany andanorganization which GATHOUC Sunday Low high Pally Mass Father Van Tlw Union Hank of Canada will IK omul in Cahoon Itlock on unil iiler the 1st of Tluty utve a five on the largx corner room which now uscsl tlie Hotel The Coal situation in Cardston is pivtty serious more ser ious indeed than many of us real Thy pjtpeiS of Calgary the tile there are already alarmed and it must be remembered iias half a dozen avenues which to draw her coal Cardstnh has one and the bright and sunshine pit vails at present time it will not be long be fnrt we shall have need for that Will the lioard of Trade call i special and discuss the mat ter to the end that something may be done and done right away with iTgtird to our coal supply H I ho winter CaUiford of the Itell Tele ijione wns in town Oalliford listevl for promotion but the people if Lethbridge think so of him that they have petitioned through iho Hoard oi Trado to have rt No young man cbuid receive a greater compliment than that of the Hoard of Trade in thoir to have him A qunintance with Callifoixl thor oughly convinces us that he is titled to this recognition for AXAWFUL Two years ago our little girl had a touch of which loft her with fin awful She had speils of just like one with jhe cough and some thought she would not get well at We got a of Chamber Iains Cough which acted like a She stopped coughing and got stout anil writes 31 Oru This remedy is mr sale by all lows an to exist can of litiio value to the work the conference yesterday ixj tween the general manager and the general superintendent of the t lift national board repre sentatives ami district oflicers and representatives of the two an made by memfbers theconference ENTERPRISE LUMBER General rarned the of Afay AUGUSTINES rect David Matins at H00 Sunday School at Evensong Celebration of Holy Isit Sunday in 8 and 11 3rd Sunday niter Othei Sun days at Daily Matins and at and IIAYMOXO GOT The IVparturc of Matheson Cost the Sugar last chap ter in theJiatheson embezzlement us far us this town is was writion this week when the town canve to an agreement with the bond company in which was The liquidated till acknowledge as their liabil ity in the liatheson shortage which was SlvJOO anrl which tho town coun cil after deliberations decided to ac and while this docs not make good hy something HkVSlOOO the of the under tho circumstances it was thought wisp PHO11LKMV One of the problems that confronts the progressive farmer in the west is the yheat that is host suited to his district and thrives IxSt under present con ditions of soil and climate and at the same timCigivc a wheat that has flour qualities and fis immune from rust and quait are all found in a high degree in the new variety known to farmers as Durham This wheat from Hussia about ten years whore the climate is similar to that in ILVC years ago was only bushels in the Cmted am Now occupy Adams Lumber Old Street Sunday School at Evensong at WESLEY MKTHOD1ST Sunday services and JSiinday School and liihle Class at Prayer Epworth PINTCI1EU From the I5ennett of last spring received threepounds of pota toes of ihe variety known as the from the Experimental farm I c planted thirm in rows and r riated them occasionally and accept tbc amountolTorcd and close the mailer so far as tho bond company but the town stiil holds the unpaid amount of tho shortagv against Matheson that the statementto the nuniVom the tvcord of the general manager that that it w then promised and undertaken thai there should tve no ion Retweonimionand nonunion thai a strike iipon such a pointeould 7 i V AAn last vear the product was not take 000 has boon very cessfully grown in this Two i years ago import led pure and last year his yield averaged bushels per The samples of this crop examined show ears with unusually large ker nels of fine and as hanl i the best ban One ixv observed absence of sterile spikplets at thebase if thir Thishas been very istic of this years crop in other var ieties thus giving it good flour It thrives on dry requiring a minimum of mois It iuus never been known 10 rust or and is about ten cailiirr than other IL not readily Kor oxperincnt it ALL KINDS Fresh and Salt Meats Mitchell would not permit Prost dent Shermnrj admittcd to ing1 that he had not advised presi dent Mitchell of these undertakings and assurances before receiving 11 log of September 1 and er had he advised the men at Coal reek IKMOIXV the Adjournment takcn at T o clock and at t oclock the The district officers presented a memo tn which they declared for the and that they would allow she men to work unlit airh timo as every man the union and signed the PICHE MIRON TJberal Likely to KUitod ly A Calgary district j makes inferenc j him of j national president Mitchell t Coal Creok minds I desire to flatly contnuliet assertion pivsident of the following in alleged withholding by iinporianl iuformarion irom and the j information or president KNOX Sunday Services at Sunday School at Prayer Meeting every evening at JIAFTTRT Services m Sumlay School at Prayer mooting WCTlnewlay at Sewing Circle Wednesday at Missionary meetings 1st und 3rd in fall he raised them and they yielded UlO average of 80 from a pound of lie plantinsr the whole of them and after that expects to enough to sell Fivd who for several years past has lieen in Mor tkns puikd out a short time ago for where he has a lift returned here last week and purchased some seventy heati of horses from Jenkins of I the Kootenay river and started on hursday morning for home He has also taken the y purchased by Waisvi nd somjc olheis ihis over A few of the Hyde Thursday evening and after passing a very icial evening behalf f the friends of a ery neat sjvech in wliich he enlog izetl him for his many good qxiaSit es of heart and mind presented him with a McPhaii who was taken completely by surprise in a heartiVlt thanked the donors for llvir ness and satd it woull IM a long time would ih kind friends he xvas leaving in Pin chew Mclhail and family on tonights train for tho when he has received a Though there has been no ofliial announcement of the date of I ho election to held are leginning to It hardly likvly that any about the date of the election will DO made un til after the return of the premier who is now in j It possible rhat the nominee will be elected by acclama Only one name has loen l Joneil in connection with the Con and lhat is Walsh of the AIlMirta He is a Calgary Gloichen is full of good Lib and the difficulty xvill n iokcting the best names of McCJrogor of thai L important from Coal Creok miners At the con ference which took place on Octolvi Lindsey read what pur ported to lie of a conversat ion which place during negotiations leiding up to I he agnc I was asked if I had ihose minutes to Mitchell and given thorn to the Coal Creek I no Ijecause I had never received minutes re for red nor had any of the con ference We only received the lirst three days we asked for others they were never of the nnrords referred o are stenographer was unable to koej up with the con and is known now that Lindsey revised thorn 10 suit The Hotel Windsor Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Stable in connection Telephone 47 Laiulseokcrs and Ranchers Headquarters PER DAY and Riley of iriends of I hurst are among the many residence of MrIinenlioiwl rts Hkely Al he candidates so far are of thj rid of O was left in thefield over ul following and did not It has Iwen successfully in the where other var ieties have yieVded Imshels per Some of those who have grown it successfully in this district arc John who says it is the satisfactory wheat he has ewr i li miles west of says it the lever Ira Stony Plain Kdmonton Parmin Clover are equally emphat ic in their praise of the Durham 11n till Durham last year and 3i bushels lcr while his neighbors who cropped with other varieties i did not gvt 10 bushels owing to j rust and The latest crop reports from North Dakota tWs year show Durham wheat was cnpped it is aioiv than doubly nnnilHr of other FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LtTHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS 1 desire to point out ft0 Coal Crcok mimrrs did not strike fe cjiiise nonunion men wen employed in the Our members have n applying an dressing WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS AXli to burns and men at Creek riphi pre ferring to persuasion rather i injuries Ivfore inllammation sets than force but xvhen manager Ln1 thoy may le hcalwl wilhowt mavur1 The following from an exchange j a new clause to le writ and in about onethird vho good enough to keep The rose j ten in our agreement and chockoff j timc by the old book and men to withj This thft tpvatcst discovery am i draw from the agreement and checkfiriunmh of modern ost is the one of soonest The off men had don Pain that smells the tweetest is ilw first to Tho bov who runs fast has Halm ads protested Uamc Tt is an took the position hat thejanil whcn applied to such who withdrew their signatures 1 causes them to heal vorv on the brightest of the evening j gloomiest of Tho man finally buys the biggest must vut men the biggest that j xvew legally right in so aUnys S0rcncss is the biggest has thy fat test wo in j his company proposal to protect ami pnnonts any danger of Tt John of is public in tne iwar CharKon of The fellow who gets on in The Coal Cnvk men him life is always full of The soup the opportunity to work that looks clearest is the I the nonunion men speedily to show the Tlw fallow who became union mon and attonxpt would sell tho goods must pay to Uo the nflnes failed Linslsey Tho hen that lays the j took tho position that all his em i egtc will Ix the llrstf to j could vitlrdraw their sig I and things always hankor for natures from tho but wlvn aro last of all we Tho simplest jl oftVrod to do so he then sard KOOTENAY WORKS Shackle ton Simpson Ar Manufacturers of J Marhle and Granite J MONUMENTS and Retail i High Uiver has an electric lighting system operated by the tbylaw i of the oM guard of Lib Tie retired about five years aero on account of ill Koep a bottle of Haim in your home and it will thtio anrl to mont ion tho inconvenience and suffering Mich injuries IVv bv all Agt When Youre Getting Glosses Get them Have them fitteil as they should Have the leiisses for your Then you may read when yon where you ami as T much us yon and youll not need fo tuni or twist the looking for eye Not an eye pain or an No closing of eyes for rests while no no iuconveiuence at day wonW be a good time to commenceto have your eyes looked v is youknow time you I No charge for anything bnt the Twpcrini HAuk is opening organization responsiole at Athabasca Te Ttay branded V3 monogram left IIOW a j SOX Medicine way is always best nnd yet we pass j I hold the it to dabble with the tinsited j for this contract because T had Wm a prominent things that fool catch the it on of of trvrtl is John at ified Armstrong ENGBAVER Agent for BELL PIANOS ;