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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I/. (5 - f � I re 1^1 H. L Stephens Mad Rockeedorl When you coma to the Me tropolia stay at the Palace Hotel  NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers THE FERNIE STRIKE MKWCISI; MAI (IVom the News.) Hl.Mlt^lOltK. (From the Times.) Statements by Company Official and Mr. Sherman. $1.00 pr day t Opposite . P. R. Depot Stephens * Rockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta Mr. .1. ill.* local Ims hoc it, transferred to Llu-wdcit, whore ho Huh Imvii appointed manager of ii now ngoney which tho .hunk \h opening �t thai point. Mr. Wll -son the prewnil teller, will art tellor-aeoounlnni. Ciipt. ii. ii. Hosh lies returned from his trlpneroHH the line and reports huvingplacod tho order for �he greater part ol tho maohinory needed lor the steamer which the Southern AIhorta Nnvlgat ion n�servillgj neiith the bridge, thus a\oiding thr� delays that would l�e ocrmfton-od through swinging I he draw. Tho now station at Coleman Im* I*. Severs, accountant of branch of tho 1'ijLcm llank, : 1,00,1 ���M'�cUhJ and is as neat a line KEAN'S To Arrive ThU Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS, Etc. THE FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FUl'IT I Candiet Cig*r� lee Cream, ete.  J. W. Kean & Co CAItOSTON. 0|>|x>�ito 1\ O. Phone 08 (From the Stair.) 0 lazing G mining We Me BARBER. Painter and Decorator 4 Carriage Painting a specialty 4SpStalB) *~ J Knlsomining I'aperluuitfing TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks *C" and "F, Apply to H. MACBETH Heal Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. t'AIHOl.lC Clldtl'll. high antih. Sunday Service*:- Low mass, 8..'10 a. m.; 11.00; vespors. 7.U0 p. in. Daily Services:- Mass 6.30 a.m. Father Van Tlghein Tlx' I'liion llank of t'unada will \x-found in tho Cahoon ItUieK on and after the Im of November. The> haw a five your lease on llio Uii'gv earner room which is now wsM is I he Motel OfUce. The Foal situation in Cardslon is a pretty serious outlook-more serious indeed than mnny of us realize !Tlu� pa|>ers of Calgary uml the pe,� j pie thetv are already ulnniiefl and it r ; must he remembered tluit Falg.MA 1 has half a ilo/tm aveaaes from whtc'i to draw her coal supply. Faniston has hut one ami while the bright and plcjtsaot sunshine prevails at ihe p!-4*seal time it will not ho long before we shall have need ftir tho coal. Will the Hoard of Trade call a sjHndul tneeting and tAscuss the matter to the end that something ma.v be done and done right a"ay iptict; with n^gartl to our coal supply ; .� the winter.1 \\ .1. tiaMiford of the IVdl Tele (dione Co.. I.ethbridge. was in town unFriday. Mr. (ialUi'ortl is list el lor nromothm but tht* people i f l.ethbritl^e think so much of him that they have petitioned through ihe Hoard of Trado to hav*� h'm retained. No younj; man could receiw a jirenter compliment than that of the I ton in I of Trade in th*dr r*sraest to have him remain. A personal ac 'piamtanre with Mr. t.alhfoiil ih*>r- owghly con\inces us that he is en tilled to this rccoKiilt ion for KervlcoK. I 1 ST. AL'ClirSTING'S CIIUKOll. (Anglican.) liev. .1- S. ChlwrM, A.K.C.. Itccl jr. { llev. l>avid Jones. II. A., AssVu.it Matins at 11.00 a. in. Sunday School nt a.�0 \*. in. Kvensong at 7,�'h*. Co1*J Hov. Sunday 7.90 p. ta. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every Wednesday owning at 8.00) o'clock. BAPTIST TABISUNA0I.R. Hec. C. Pailloy, Pastor. Sunday Services atU.OO a. in 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. .Prayer mooting Wednesday e/enlup at 8.0a o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon at 3.00 o'clock. Missionary moo tings 1st and 3rd Fridays in month. llcnnett of town, last spring throe pounds of seed potn -the variety known as the F.verett. from tho Kxporimental farm lie planted them in rows and ir -rlgated them oceasioaally and I Win fall he raised lhem and they yielded ^|t� pounds. An average oi SO 11�s, from a pound of s,*,m1. He .ntoud* planting the whole ol them ne :t spring, ami alter thai expects m huve enough to s�*ll for Need. Fred Anderson, who for several years past has Ihs*u in A. M. Mot-den s employ, putted out a short time ago lor (Maivshnlm. when? he has a ram*he. He returned hetv last week and purchased koiikj hevent.v In-ad ot hotM�K from lb*. Jenkins of the Kooteaay river and kIui*1*hI on Thursday morning for homo *v.ith them He has also taken tho Hackney stallion, purrhafced by lAnwelt and son*) others this summer, over there.1 A few of the friends of Itov. Mr. UcFhail met at tho residence of Mr 11. 10. Ilydo on Thursday evening unit after passing a very pleasant social evening Mr. Hyde, on belntb" of the friends of Mr. McPhail. i,* w very neat si�eech in which lie eulogized him for his many good qualities of heart and mind presenter! him with a well-dlled pocket Iniok. Mr. Mcl'hait who was taken completely by surprise in a heartfelt sp.�i*cn ihunked Die donors for ll>oir U.;el-ness and suid it would bo a lou^ time Utlnre ho would forget the kind friends he was lea\ing in Pin-cheti Cixvk. Mr. McPhail and family leave on tonight's train for tho Knst, where ho has received a call- ion nn can bo found along the ol tho Crow's Nest.' Knnuirs have been rife during the week of strikes and impending troubles in th.s section of the Pa*s This is not only a strange but ser-it>us state of uu'airs, in the lure of tlie fact thai every coal company o|*erallng hero have recognized the I niou and have signed contracts with them, none of which uxpiivs for several months. Can it to possl'do that obligations nnd written con' tracts entered Into between the c hI companies and m.tiers can Is? broken with Impunity by either party with out i\H'ourse? If so, then it is time for tho Alhorta government to atop in. and for tho protection of oth�r Interests in this country make these people responsibly under their eon-l raets, t he same as other corpora V � ions doing Imisiih-ss in Alberta. T. Stewart who has the contiMcl for supplying lime rock for the liny mond sugar ivllnery for tho refining of their sugar, bus already ship|rod (o t lint (dace some .'to carbmds of Fornie, Oct. ft.-The slrlko do.u  ion ivmain.s unchunged tixlay. Inter-vlowed today regarding the ab ��.� i *e conference of yesleiNlay, general superintendent Urinuan said": "At. the retftiest of district president Sherman a conference wus held y est e rd a y I w t wee n the c o m | ki n y' s general mannger and tho reprosen -tailves of tho men. It. was presumed thai the men's roprospntivtivoH had some suggestions to offer to- ! wards a soilleniont of the present dispute or the conference would tot have t*vn nsktM for. The otd4\ suggest ion they had to oiler was a den during the, life of the agreement. I ?o\v do you readers interpret i hose words. which are 1 .imlsey's own: 'Wo, the undersigned, employees of i your company, each for himself, executes the foregoing anr.exod eon  tract.' Would hoi any ordinary workman tindoistand this to moan thai ho endorsed the contract which commenced on dune I si, 1905, and terminated on March .'list. 1007. We certainly thought so, and never contemplated that any man would be allowed to wit lid raw while ho con- j I (timed to work for the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company. Had manager IJmlsey agreed hod month thai the men who had signed would not bo allowed to withdraw unlit March i\l PJ07, if they continued to work for 1 ' --m h 4 \ * it 4 1 Mi Si b ff1^^ - r l-j hi * �i l r - L 0 nro uowpropnrctl to off or for aula business tot* in ihe New Town onVarncr on tho Alberta Railway, r " j -it .a Si sonth of Lethbridgf?. This is tho most promising new town Jfjf It is tho centre of 11 Inrge nron of fertilo - + Southern AHmrtu. cultnrnl lands. The toiwRrnnliy of tho country 011 either tide along the railroad makes it the most accesible business centre. It will control absolutely the trade of a very large territory, 100#00r, acres of land tributary to Warner have been sold this summer to - r 400 American farmers, a large number of whom will beComfe actual settlers. T1! 1 j" 1-^ -it _ * i^- - � ? . 1 ?is now a large new hotel being built and there are already located a Store, Li very Bam aitd Lumber Yatd ami several residences* Now \\ - * . 4 J m_i -r cheap. your opportunity to g�t Iota j-- 1 The earlier you Jmy the better selections make. Prices will run from $100 to |200 for business lots and from $25 to $75 for residence lots. Write ; - o diNcriminntion between union and non-union men during tho life of tho agreement. Sherman also admitted thai he had not informed president Mitchell or the workmen of Coal Creek that the promise of non-dis - accept the situation as such, crimination had been given to the "Wore we dealing with a ntining or apply nt their offices in the Southard Block. A. L. WARNER- Proprietors-0. W. KERR CO. All and Form Wagons . 41 1 ^ Will be told al company N'fore the strike was call- !engineer as general manager instead of a lawyer, no trouble would hava rock. The new batterv of coke oven ,il iwl tn' �V Coleman Is rapidlv noaring complet-i Sp�nsiUUU> of th!� Hlrlkc nn own (ivsulted ion �nd wilUi,. readv to h- |MI',i^�wW^- H a district president mi into operation by the micldl,. ofnext i tlll�XWl to ouU a Stliko 0,1 hU own month. At present his companv is{mU,'flllv* for reason, which turning out dailv 12* tons of first \MUtQ Mo'^ of America are of al> : Hnss oolse. and when the new oven h\ HO,Hlol-v n� protection to any c bred up they will have a roko I Uw" n8ivoments with the Cmt.sl making capacity of fully '.'(SO telong." TI1K WIIKAT PIUllU.KM. 1, W. McNicol, Qenend Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. 1 Old stand-Round Street Two years ago our little girl had a touch of pneumonia, which left her with an awful cou^h. She had wpe.is of roughing, just like one with the whooping cough and some thought she would not get well at nil. We got a bottle of ChamWrlaiiCs Cough Uemedy, which acted'like a charm. She stopped coughing and got stout ami fat," writes Mrs. Or* llussard. Ilrulmker. 111. This remedy sale by nil druggists. One of the problems that confronts the thr.lty .ami progressive farmer in the went Is the variety of vheatthat lis best suited to his district and At the conference yesterday between the general manager and the general Nti|�eHnteiidcnl of the Coal ., . ... .1 .: 1 � . that thrives liest under present con- Company, ihe national board ivpre - , t .. . .. . ... 'ditions of soil and climate and at hcntatives and district ollloers nnd . . . * .1 . . tno H�UIM- tnno.give a wheal that .has repieseniatives i>f the two on ons, , ., .... % ... t . , . * -4ood flour ipin11 ties and an admission was made bv memrhors , TELEPHONE NO. which 11)��.".. is for IIAYMOND HOT I.:i.mi. The iK'partuiv of Mathoson Cost ihe ' Sugar City Money. ltii.vuiond. Oet. 1| .-The last ehap-ti�r in the Mathoson embezzlement as i.ir as 1 his town is conc/'rnetl, was written this wvek when the town tamo to an agreement with the bond i-fimpany m which Mathcson was In-Mired The bond company liquidated all Ihe.v acknowledge as their liability in the Mathoson shortage which was Sl.'loO and which the town council after deliberations decided to ac oepi, and while this does not make good by something like ftloffn the amount of the defalcation. nnd�*r th*' circumstances it was thought wUo 10 accept tho amount olVorod and lose the matter so far as the bond1 enmpony is concerned, but the town 1 Mill holds the unpaid amount of the shortage against Mr. Mathoson of the conference committee, framed the agreement of May * new* that the statement to the turn f.Min 1 the record of tho general manager was correct, that is. that it wv> then promise! and undertaken that there should Im* no oVsortminut ion net ween union .and non-union u:**u, t that u strike upon such a poinlcoubl jnot take place, and that pros;d.�nt (Mitchell would not permit it. Cr�-st dent Sheriunr. admitted to the im-d-ing that he had not advised presi * dent Mitchell of these undertakings , nnd assurances before ivceivir.g lis (tdegram t�f SeptoinlMU* II. and in'.ih er had he advised tho men at Coal Creek bofoiv the strike. Adjournment was 1 ak\>n at I o� clock ami at I o'clock the conuuvijeo 1 was resunuHl. The district ofllcers presentod a memo in which they declared for the 'closed shop.' nnd I ha I they would not allow tne m\ MlH-ral Uikely to l>e !:iect�sl by Vr clnmat^or. pivmier tlVoiii CnlKnry AlUMtnn.) 'Jhough there has boon no ofll'iai unnoimcoment 01 th,. date of rlh? election to Im held in tileiehoa. yet tho parties ,n. |K.ginning t, talkthe h.tiiiiiion over. Jt is hardly likely that any announcement about the date of the election will l* mailt* uu- lil after the return of the who is now in Ottawa. It is possible that the Uheral nomiiav will be elected by acclania . lion, (inly one name has u^n niei - tiomnl ia ronneettfin with the Con -Kervalives, Alui 1hut is w t president of the Alberta provinc.al association. ||t. is u Calgary luwvee. CJleichon is pretty full of good liberals and the (UtVtculty will Im in Meeting th,. be*t man. The mimes of Vol. Walker. Mr. MKJivgor of Uut&Um and K. n. |lil(lv ||f JllM Iturst are among tho 0iiui.v nam * merit 10n.Nl a* likely candidates. Al the cundldiiieM iiuM.lion.sl so fttr are rosi.loats of the riding of ('leiehen. �----o-.--. Oct. S-C. II. Kho>'notn. president. I'.M.U. of \. the follow ing sUilenr,-nl in inference to alleged withholding bv I him of impoitant information from, national president Mitchell and tho Coal Creek miners: 1 "I desire to flatly contradict the , nmn assertion thai I withheld important ! information from . not reuoii successfidly gro.\u in the Makotas. where other " ai ieties luv\e faibnl. yiehled ,'IO bushel.s per ncre. Some of t hose who haw , it Huccossfull.x in this district , are: .lohu Kennedy. lk�numout. Alt a . who says it is the most sal'^factoci \\be,il he \\i\y ever grow 11 j Mr. dames Tough, it miles wcM �ti iCdinouton. says it is the l*est t.e -FOU ALL KINDS OP 1 I Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON i o:o"o H. E. MBBACH, Proprietor Evory attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone 47 Lniulscekorft' and Rancher's Readquartert $1.00 DAV FOR THE PEST SERVICE LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE over saw. Ira Clover. Ston.v Plain. John Monolly, l-'dmonton; J . . 1'arndu  tor, Clover Har. an' equally omphut ie in 1 heir praise of the Durham variety. Win. Cross. 'P.nlah, Minn., sowed WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS *v�..T., � . �i , all Durham last year nnd iva|�ed h orenee commUlw. Wo only rcroive'l! , , .... . . . , . .bushels jsr acre, while los neighbors the first three dn>n minutes. When t 1 .1 1 .1 . * " **fwho cropped with other varieties we askixt for olhers thev wore never ready. None of the nvordw n.ferr.wl to are verbatim, the stenographer was unable to Keep up with the con vorsation, and it i** �oll known now that l-mdsey io\isee first to fade. The boy who runs the fastest U tho one of sooncht jade. The brightest 01 the evening has the gloomiest of dawns. The man who hujN Ihe biggest yards, must cut the biggest lawns. The 'apple that is the biggest has thy (attest \v.>'m of all. The follow who gels on in life i� always full of fall. The soup that looks the rleareM is the first to Khow the Hies. The follow who would sell the goods must puy to i to stnot the mines failed UvkIko\ advertise. Tho hen that lays the j look tho position that all his bi^s^cglj- will lie -the firsdj to set and things we always are hist of all we get. way Is alwuys Im�k< it by, to dabble with the tingled things that fool .and catch the -*yo." were legally rigid in so doing, and i uIko his company proposal to protect The foal Creek men gavo hint opportunity lo work non-union men "mt the non-union men speedily became union men and th*� attempt them, the em ployecs could withdraw their stg  hanker for j nature* from the contract, but when The simplest Jl offered to do so ho then said; No. and yet we pas* j I hold tho organization responsiole for this contract because I iuulsi,rn. od it on behalf of the CM.W. of A. WOINDS. HHI'ISKM AND UCKNS. Ily applying an autist-ptic dressing to wounds, bruisoK, burns and like injuries U�iore inflanumitlon sett* in, they may l*e healed without maturation and in about one-third the time required by the old treatment This is the greatest discovery and triumph of modern surgery. Cham berlain's Tain Ihtlm acts on the same principle. It is an antiseptic ami when applied to such injuries, causes them to heal very quickly, it 1111 a,\ s t he pain and soreness and prevents any danger of bio �.l poisoning. Keep u hot lie of Pain Halm in your homo and it will sa". you time and money, not to mention the inconvenience and suffering such injuries entail. Cor �ah� by all druggists. KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shacklcton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale ami Detail    NELSON, B.C.: B.C. MOOItE,Local A�t  a The Imperial Hank is opening branch at Athabasca Landing. Win. Straehan a prominent Montreal munufaeturor, is dead. 125.00 REWARD. Lost - Bay horse, branded Vil (monogram) left hip.-.1. E. HOW-SON, Mcdieino Hat. When You're Getting Glosses Ciet them right. Have them fitted us they should be. Have the lenses made for vol1-to your meusure. Then yon may rond when you like, where you like, ami as muesli as yon like, and you'll not need to turn or twist the book, looking for eye comfort. Not mi eye pain or an ache. No closiiiR of eyes for rests while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. Today would be a good time lo commence to have your eyes looked after. Consultation is free, youknow -any time you call No charge for anything but the glasses. 1 I i 1 A rmstrong; ENGRAVE*,' John Mt'Stvoyn, pollen magistrate at Undsey, Out., iflod suddenly. TXCIAN. Agent tor BELL PJAN03 I r. ;