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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 T h4P �-k -t i- TKHMS OK AOKKK.MKNT. Kntorod Into .lletweon the Mine and the 1 niou, Tubot The follow lug is Ihi; agreement imiili1 between ihe 'I'ii Iwi* mi in.1 and Hit? I .M.W. of A. oh Octohor 8th. | This ugroomehi made mi the uboso ditto, hot ween 1 ho Canada, West, j Con I nml Toko Co. Limited, heroin-! i after called the Company of the llrst j purl, and tho LOmptoyeos of tho Canada, West, Coal and Coke Co., Lini-ItetJ, un represented by the V tilted Mine Workers of Amvrlcn, Pis-lrlvt No. UJ, hereinafter called the tn*u, of the second part. Now thin agreement witnessoth that for and in consideration ol schedule attached here ntwl m-uleji,, part hereof, that is to Hay, schedules ' * A,'' "It," and "C" and of the mutual advantages of the parties hereto as follows: This agreement shall rover all the mines, and outskle plant o|>oraW�d by the Canada, West, Coal and Co.. Limited, at Tal>er. It shall be understood and agreed that in any cane It may appear that any member of the doted Mine Workers of America bus not boon fairly treatod, the Company will ' through thctr oflielals moot a nl , committee, appointed by the Local Cnion of the l.'.M.W. of A. but be., ; fore eny of the men shall Nuhmh aj ! grievance to the Pli CommUtoo �� j shall endeavor by personal upptba; j i,ora( Committee. (|(*on to the Pit Hons to soltle the Miller, Joe Cusuri. 1 matter, and no 1*111 Committeeman shall go around the mine for any purpose whatever, unless called up- j Cl!A*s. MAlll TALKS. Sturdy Boys and Bonnie Girts with lots of sound hone and muscle, full of animal life and pluck, are raised on wholesome, nutritious Bread. You can BaHo that Kind of Dread with 0LOt OH LKA VK. Things are humming here. . Ijast week wo were on the verge of a strike, this week the cloud has blown over and all is going en swimmingly. The Miners Cnion wished the Coil Company to recognize the Cnion, to abolish I he Black List, to raise thei  I'nle of wages, and to grunt 11" eight ! hour ilay. They Issued an ultimatum to the mine managers, and having dxi-d a day for them to sljrn j prepared to go out on strike if noc-essarv, At the last moment, Mr . IHxon rame to a satIsfaetory ui*-irantpement with the Cnion nrd the j Western Canada Coal nml Coke Co. continued work. The Bullock mine, jnnd the Consolidated 07, it Is understood and agreed , that the parties hereto will uavi in j conference Sixty Hays prior to the j expiration of this agreement. I� dis-j cuss the renewal thereof. > Signed, sealed and delivered >n 1 Coke I triplicate this tenth day of October., 1900, on behalf of the Cutindn. West ' Coal nml Coke Company. LinittiMl. I CUAIU.TOX l)l\l�N. CJenefal Manager ' us a return visit. Mr, Marchoschault has just reiurii'd from a trip to II.C. and reports 'things as booming up there. W. W. Douglas'.nuht a business \;s-it to Lethbride/c on l-'ridav. ' '.e aanls the service* of several bricklayers and laborers on his new building. .Messrs. West lake llros. are holding a fortnightly sale of Jewelery lo I in force until the ttrst of Novem'ier make room for tlu of next year, r. Aubin I Thi of t he lleliance I Xtiuis stock, stores are experiencing in butter. Perhaps som�- nine shortage nays that his men hud no grievance, jonc will take the hint and establish mid that his mine would have stay- [a Hairy Karm and Creamery hen-. the men doing tho work. LIST OK WACJKS. : t' ' i. , - t> ' I . I ! Track layers, SilOi) per flay. TimtieriiHMi. k,'I.im� p��r day. Timbertnaii helpers, .SU.oO |�er day. Ih'ivers. !?2.7n per duy. Hunger on lit in. S'j.mo per day. Trappers, SU.10 per day. Klremen, V2.7*> per day. Iloistmen, S'J.To per day. Hock duintmuui JSa.tlti per duy. Wolermen 84J..">0 per day. All other wages remain an at pivs nut. should these as a whole ^e adop- i i ted, the Company will, commencing { November the 1st, Ituid pay semimonthly. 1 ^ ^ i ^1 J r h t �-'.'��--W V'. &. *,e, i" .�.'./(i|fct;'.^:.;v c i J ^ c I - i, . t J 1 ^ \ . 4 It "+r L !- .t>- P K Tli� dtfor "llh� � window" lit** ihowi hsw ih* baKlng |g going on It's Better Your Baking Without Cooling Watch - t -: n - ^ �+ John Mill, fie.) produced solely from the choicest Western Canadu Hard Wheat, by the latest improved meth- most modern i mills in the world. Goes farther than any other and wholesome. nutriment Sold ErmrfwhBrm In Th� Or�*t Dominion /A WESTERN CANADA FLOUR MIUS CO., tlUITtO Mill* at Winnlp�K, Oodorloliand Brandon After We've Determined The lenses you should wear thu only lenses that would b;i likely lo help yr� nnjf- you may have them put into any sort of f raiuusyou like We have a hig selection of every kind, and we will see that the glasses suit your features as well an your eyes, so that you will not experience tin* least hit of inconvenience from wearing them. Consult us fully and fn^ly about your eye troubles. We are extra particular about this work, and guarantee a correct, scientific; examination, which is ul>- solutely free. (�p��ihmI. w�h a t�is� lu* IhiIUh si�v**rul iin portmit n/nintf elniins. Ihr W>�t.tm riumda ('out Ctk � i'u. haw lot a rontrart *for 7.000 fivl i�f lit'iii'h running from iho i iv*�r for |iur|h�k(�s of th��ir own wnt- cr supply. Tlvy an' also pushing ahf*afl iIkmi* n#�w rtoiilih* ImtiHOft, oc' which th1ct*t1 fTN^ Thoy �iv to 1h� con -i Riat nluttMl o\ thulr oiaMRy, having only Jk*�*ti htart'Vl n I'orttit^hi. Mr. K. V. .Ioiips. pn'mt.'i- nml (I�h--orat or. has tin* coin rart for paint * intf the Coitipiui.v's old huilditiK^. and is inaliinu jftiMt strides toward^ ini-provinn tho looks of thos** hous��s. TU *tthH* roiiipany haw a stiM�| tipple on ordrr from tho States at fhi* arrival of wh.rh tht\v will |iroc,m>d to sink anolhor shaft to tho wt�st of thr town, and makr thr nrr-�*Hsar\ pivpamtIons towanls o|kkiiMi>; up 1Nairn*. Altojf.Mhi�r this |>aiiv is spiMidinu; one quarter of a million dollars on tIk- improwmMin of thidr property hi��i�, w hirh r *v -tuinly looks likr iirosp.-rilx to Tiili- rr. Mr. V. Piton, thrir *�ti*rpriMtt� nmna^tM' w.U not lot th** grass rimh j undiT his frrt, hut intends nmU-'i^* his in'iio thi' l***w* ia thi* Crow's \* �st Ptl-SH. wrv Several ol our ivsldrntH haw for two clays without ihut nrivsHiiry artirhv On Sunday \\v expt*rirnri�d u wry hiMivy rain, arcompaniod hy a hinvvy wind. This pro vim I wv> ^\^*ctlvhU, to our farmers, who. having gathered in t heir |;t*nin. found tho siAl very h*vi\l to ph>w. H*>wrvev, the ruin having nuide the ground soft. I hey wore half! at work this week ^etthiR; i'i*4it|y for the next year's rrop. The new .or and he*p our town to pros|>t�rlty. Our iiH�rrhants ran do this b,\ tving content wlih a fair profit. l^d our iiMivhnntH s�n� that this is the raso. Our people are h�y il. theiWort* i hey w.U suopoil the in *r* chants. rherci'ore *'l.o>(t!t\ to Taher" Our Motto." drv of Tabor proverh, own town, it ri.rcvTY ok nru.piNo. Mr R.A.WRIGH1 Graduate of tlu� Optical litslitute of Canada r. Oixou has had I he cellar tlu]^ for his new house, and work in huihliuK Ihe same will prus residence at the bur* 'ol the I'nion Motel. Messrs. Ilopew nml Yonle aiv the conlractors for � tin* same. t'loo late for last wvok's Herald j 'I'ho wholo of tho WfS'k Huh Ih*�;i an exciting one, vith tluvatoned strikes ut the Tulicr (*oal Mine u\.t* u strike at tho Uulh>rk and Conso.i- datod Toal Mines. The Managor of the Taher Vtu\\ Mlno howiH-or has slgniHl nu agreement giving the mm j*i cents a �hiy advance, and nm agreisl to give theiu an eight hotu day romim'iicing tho first of Apr! now. Tin* Mullock and Consolidated fowl Mines however, are stil 1 out. ami tho outcome of their light Is st.II awaited with interest to our; townspeople, W. A. Aubin. of tho lloliai.ee Oo�! Co. made a husfiu-ss trip to Calg �y > and ll.C. this weok. and oxoerts to h�� in TalH�r again hy Saturday. !n an Nhtcrviow with him, he wiys that hU men an* sattsiWi, and that they will not come out under any etc -cnmsiancos He mhmus to think that tho other mines will have everything ! MM'h iUtU%t%i ....... . 1 The Como. on to do so hy the proper oUVii'si of the Loral Cnion of I .M.W. of A. It is understood that ihv Pit Coin-mitteo is to moot the Pit Uoss or mine nmimgtu' and endeavor to sot-He lho trnuhlo, hut in case of their disagroomcnt it shall be ivforrod to tho Su|vrintondent of the Compiiy. and tho President of the Ixiral in- I Ion. or such |w�rsoa as he may og-nate to arcompntiy or reprrsenl him Should ihoy fail lo agree, it sh.iU tw� ivforrod to lh�^ ks ho wish. In addition Ht the examination allow.>d ' hy the Coal Mil.es Itogulathins \ l, tho Pit Committoi* ahove roforivdiO; 'shall have access to the Minos from _ (time to lum*. to make oxaminntijn ,for the purpose of investigating any dispute that may occur liolvvon Ca onkials of the Company and il.e �men emplo>ed in the Mines. No mi nor u o r k i n g at r o n t ra c i work on coal shall In* athiwod lo 1 hiiv lahoror The Compan,\ give tin* l .M.W. of A. a full ivcognition'. t\uct cone sto to tho chock oil system. Ihut is to say. upon the individual request .u 'writing *S any of tho Company's employees The Company shall deduct such monies from their wages each month us is designated for dues, assessments, lines ami initiation feos, in other words, the Company will lotuin from wages tluo omployoo*. an> sun* they may have given ord*r*i upon ihe Company for. in writing, payable to such otUcors of the C. M. W. of A as may ls> desiguatwl in fMaims I^Mhbridgo is Getting Class of l^ariirors Who Coin" Canada. Cost I o (l-'dmont on Hullot in. > Charles M:\ir. immigration a^efit itl I�ethbi*fdge. is in tho city ronfoiing with the Minister of Interior on i-f-fnirs is'lat ing to his depart i*i-�Mt. Mr. Muir has long ts^'n u prominent ' rharacter in western affairs, lie is a writer of far be\ond the average alAlit>. a poet of talent anil a won-derfully entei tainiug story telter. 1 \hovi� all he is n thoroughly euthus- iavtic immigt atiftn ugout. as ho might well be, for Mr. Mair has s�h>u the western countr> grow from a lore wilderness to a thriving conn try. humming with ihe netivity of thousands of sot t lets, and i lit* fai' h h the west which led liitu t�i stake his ful tiro in this country awuyhur:; in the liO's and Tti's is n�iw Inmio; jus-tifusl, Ho was on the originm Pawson survey party which laid on' the trail from tho knimnistUpiuy to the ltw turned on this side of Pat Civk *�n the Portage Plains. All ihe enormous urea wh eh is now producing a hundred million bushels ot wheal was then an unbroken w,J -derness 'Ihe u*a ut if u) PortngoPhi itts was a IMtor of buttalo bones and L Vlherin and Saskatchewan was cac- ' any -vxeepi for nomadic Indians. Ho was an lilnmigrttt ion agiutt h**n. as now, although in those early day* he Was only on the \otunloor � �-,�s Mr. Mail's particular sphere m usefulness at the pivso-il time is finding homos for the s>i 1 iers who come from tho mountain htnios on the oast side of the Pork ies. I hiring t he t h roe yea rs 11. a'hich ho has )>cen stationed at Loth-bridge he has bandied on an aver - age I.'IOO actual farmer* a year. Hy lluvt ho moans men who have ait - A skilful cook knows how important it is to Keep ihm oven door shut. The range which allows Madam to ae* the progress of the baking without chllllnrf the 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 arc 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 �4 New home-builders will find liuppy Thought cheapest to first because it is the host. EVERY HAFrY THOUGHT BURNS COAL OK WOOD. U/>9 WM. bUCIt STOVE CO.Umii.d ItrmiitfwrU I^t�n1r�*l Wlnttl�t�g '....F.llt SALE 1JV____; # a VROOMAN UminRIDTIIS. ALTA. 3? NEW SERVICE TllrtbtlGII TO CHICAGO RAIL I Through Tourist Sleeper Daily'to Chicsgo and Intermedisle Points vis the Great Northern Railway's SUPF.HB NEW TRAIN. THE ORIENTAL LIMITED Tuuririt sleeping cur ratetfaroonu half standard aleepor rntua. Kvery t'onvtuiienco, every comfort. For oor-tioulura eut|Utio from H. Mael)eth( A^ont, Lethbridge. S. S. Minnesotn sails from Seattle for the Oriont (M. 20 S. S. Dakota saila from Seattle for the Orient Nov. 2K. iially wouo oit tin* I�kmI un%\ lmv.� : coiuo |iroiliu*i�rs. Aliti(�st nil ol th.-.n i M^ttlocl hy m*vt \viH*k. V. \\. rn\vi*ll. muling as th*� Tah �t Hth *iiist.f uiul hopes to opea out or or h��foiv that ihttc with a roinph't*' lino oi hoiiM* fmnituro ani*ars thai It'^h ton was awttl mtnw imoih*,v hy |hi u--ilap*k win) I'cfiiMHl to i$ny. Itnshti.!) luul s*uni� words with him. unit not getting sal intact iuu. ;lily ndl,s mmi - i.ljiti-.l and uns,inttar\- lit* tluMVito-.* i * will jv(*nuun�*n(l to lla* (iowrnuuMit 1 nuthoritii's that tin* school In* con th Muni'd and cJosihI. This is a mt* t ious mat tor for tlu* ti)wn, and will ,havo to l*> thoroughly inwstight d '�Wo >nmi huvo a school hoiv. und that on the most up-to-date* and mi-prowd plan, both us regards, heating, lighting, ventilation and sanitary conditions. The school als i must he enlarged, or elne the town should he divided into wards .\nd two school* built so as to nccomr.io- .MessiH. WiNlnian and MrKeller aruse dug. and exports the Indhlingto U* startvl next wook 1 Understand the \ \V i labor to ivnmin as at present, pending the installation of the uow uiacliiner.v. llio Comp.nn uutlertakiuR to concede the K hour working da\ iwu later than Api4! 1 1907 \o stiMUe shall taktt'place * :he fpiestiou has he their derision. - Comniencing Hth ol Ortolior. ItMi;'.. the following srhwhilo of wages will be paid al the T;0>or Mine of Ilio Canada VVest Coal ami Coko o of which they intern! carrying n system of water supply ha- their mine m-l low nsite. are from Montana. Idaho. \\\imiiio;. It ah. Cobuudo. New M�*\iro i.r.d rume �Mpopp*sl �it  the means to start m ifw i.tiiuci,' business in good shape In iho piv.; out VOar settlers ha\in^ ortorts to n.i loss than Slot toon n�>t to spouL of stork, wcro ImhiUisI through his ot fire and th.\\ all beranie s(*itiers .n j Southern AHH-riu. The government maintains itorniuiioul oMlres in (Sreat ^\^ll^. Spokaiio, Sail l.akt�. hen*'r> and M-\erul other westoiu cities and those are doing great work in bring ir^jr seniors to Canada Mr. Mair reports t ha? w hile i ho groat ma.ior it.\ of them �ro .Xmi'ricuns b\ bir'h and iinl.iifd w nil �)> iij\ariabl\ soet\i to huvo a feoliii^ that they �ro om ing to a enunlry where the lav. will bo in*tro etpiituhh administor *d than >*- usaal in i lie >otiutr> to the south. \ great inanx of litem nr** of Hrittsh pareiiiage and taKe Kiiuby to Uritish instil ulioiis largely by instinct 'there are also many re-pat rial oil Canadians among litem who thai nothing to learn in acquiring Canadian ways. While in the city Mr. Muir is a puost of his brother-in-law 10 W McKenny, M.V.P. He oaves toda\ for the south. r � & .In Pick work in rooms. 85c per ton *d '-I210 pounds. 1'Hlurs iu pick driven rooms. 8ae 1 IMtlKST COM.KMNS I Hi: KI.KS When in need of HEATING STOVE Call and tee Our r r Stock and you are sure of being "v, tatiafied per p paftd 8? c Crevenlics. a� the name hn.pllet, pivvent aH rolds nml grippo when "taken at the snce/o stage Pre-  venlics are toothsome randy tablets per ton. to the extent of 20 machine Prevention (lissirntle all colds tpi ct;. cutting in rooms. HOc. per ton. ly. and taken early, when you first Loading after machines in rooms, feel that a cold is coming, they :�0 rents per ton. check and pivvent them. Preventics' Kntry work and narrow work a iv thoroughly safe for children, and U� paid the same price as at present, us effectual for adults. Sold and re- until the raidialax sheering nwchr.no commended tin 5 �>nt and 23 emir arrives, then entry and: narrow work boxes by J. p. Iliginbothaov & Co. 1 may be hn on special contract to i iri ; - At Cather Cali;ur,\ . Vita nuiss this morning lle\ r.iui'cluind refei red tu the order K'ks. a branch ot which was for- I i a l.e ill" tin lie e\ of Itit-order. to mod in Ca 1 vary 1 al weok. prohsi-d regret that several parishioners had jo*.noil the orohubly forgetting that such socio t ies and org'ani/ivt ions were condemned hy the (toman Catholic church 1 hiring his speech on this suhjeot Fat her I ^taarcluuid suld t hut t lu HicK (SL WaKely Tl�> Loailiiiy Tinners. IMuinlxw, Stcnm niul Hot Water Fitters. T�1�ij1ioiic lift. Advertise in' T ^' f - ill �.'-':^>>irr;.=*i ;