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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ROYAL CROWN A Clean Shave, a Smooth Face, is the natural result where the neto shaving stick has been used. The rich, creamy lather, which does not dry on the face, exerts a marvellous influence on the bea tin- best, from the Mlanilpdiiit of the work'ingman, to ht-found in nny of tho provinces. This government has also adopted legislation that will save tlio (front mass of tho people from being presented with huge hills of costs' li.v the lawyers any time they may In- compelled to Ko to lnw. To lht> workingmun that menus n groat, dent. It shows him that the Ml*'nil party In Albertn Is not catering to the professions-and ii man wiih hoard to say the other duy that tho medical and low' professions were the worst combines In existence-but on tho other hand Is eager to mnku legal procedure as expeditious and inex|>oiisfve as possible. Then again, and to my mind one of the most helpful moves on behalf of tin* workingmun, one thai may not he appreciated at the moment, but will lio the Uuiger tin- act it n fore, was the provision in the Liquor License Ordinance, preventing wages checks being cashed in hotels. It was too fivi|iii!iitly the case for la-J boring men to go to 'the liar, liny a drink anil In payment pass over a check to bo cashed. Once tho change cninc back to them thorn was a temp tation to s|k-nd more of 'the weekly >nrnlngs In liquor and in more cases than one men haw ftone home villi hardly a cent of money to meet the ;iii0.r>() ttnade up of 8088.75 for deli- most advanced and aggressive leaden I services and $1711.HI for exam- ers in higher education in Canada. Iiuitlons, etc. Pnrtli'.Hlaiiy as an orgnni/.er, he luw *-""** few, If nny, peers on the continent. As inentiolii'd hi'fniv the acreage of mH w,rk In A Iberia for Ihc first few Insurable grains under crop In tho sears will bo devoted nlniivwi whnlly proline;! this year was oMimivtoil at l() organisation work. 11.- will as-7'H),i)(H) acres. The approximate pro Hlm,, charge ()f the Provincial lid-portion of tc.tnl acreage under crop versify at the heRliiiiliiir of the j\-nr. cna insmiid wns -1.5 avornifo Indemnity ni'ii'iiKe dninnjfcd number of acivs Tlv approxlmnto paid per aero of was $!.(!�. Tho damnwd totalled lie will visit most of the loading universities in the onsli'i'ii and westi'rti Stales and nccpmliu himself with the systems adopted theiv. President Tory is of Hootch descent on both sides and like tho new president of tho Pnninclul Pnivorsity of Ontario conios from the Pro\iiuv of Nov a Sco tin, bciiitf a nntlvo of the county of Ouysboro. lie wns ediicntil nt Ouys horo AciuU'iuy, McOill t'nlversity, Montreal, and Caiiibrldtiv, KiiKland. Kntccfl Mcdill in 188(1 and Ki'ailiiut- 4� 18,(Mil, makiiiK the iieri-otilnffo of the insur.d acrunge ilntniiKt'fl, 81 per cent. , The I'bristlan Ouardlan, the orijan of tho Methodist Church, in t Iiik on Alberta's telophotN' systoin, snys: Alberta apparently has ns sals-Kivinjfs on tho ipmstlon of (lovtrii- menl cotmtrtiolion and o|n'ratlon of P(i In I8i)l) as gold tneiliillsi in tnalh-telophoiies, and bids fair lo In- in the (>nintics and physics. After gradun-happy position of having no lelo lion hf Mludk'd In the ('nv-ndish Ln-phone problom on IIH hands. Happy boratories, (.'unihridgc, Kngland. Ik-Allwrtn. That is good news to ihcli pi\>pai\>d to enter the Mithodist spread throughout the land.' The tel- ministry, taking tho II. I), dogiioe cphotio policy of tho govornment Is from the Wfsleyan Theological Col-the best ad. this provlntv could do- lege, Montivnl. After two years ho sire. It is going to attract to us retired from the ministry to become the best class of settlors who want on tho invitation of f^ir William to come to a country wheiv tho gov- Dawson, lecturer in mathematics in eminent Is working in the people's Met!ill Inlversity. From this uni-intetoHts. * I verslty he received tho degree of M. -� i A. In tHJW. and the l>. Sc. in 1�03. The annual report, of the public Mctiill only grants the latter degive works depiuinient of the province of to ilio�> "who shall have distinguish AllH'i'ta t�lls in facts and figures of vt\ themselves by special ivsoarch and tho work that Is performed by this so learning in the domain of science." Important department of the govern- In 11)05 St. Kninoi.s Xnvier I'niver-mi'iit. i sity conferreil upon him tho honor- An idea of the amount of work on ary decree of I). Prof. Tory is Iniled in con-ospondence alone Hs ga- a member of the American Physical thered from a statement given in the HocVlv. In addition to sclentillc first part of the report. Hew it is: work, he has actively engaged in the Number of letters received ... 30,MU gcnornl educational work of McCSill, Number of returned letters Ivlng sucwwsively secretary of tho and circulars ............... fi,21S$ Kxnmining Hoard of the Associate In Number of entries in cash Arts, the university Matriculation book ........................... 7,048 Hoard and the liiiversity Examining Number of ivgistoroxl letters Hoard He established the McCSill , reivived ........................ 1,1 IS fniver^ity College of llritish Colum- household eApcnsos of tho week. The. A|nou|H ,f cnsh ,.t.coived $�y,44U�i� bin and was appointod Associate Pro \](f Kootenay ash-pan is exception-|Vaily large. Holds ^^two- days' ac-s^" cumulation* Re-~ lange moved easily, like a dresser drawer. Flanges attached to {ire-pot guidei all ashes into pan.^a] Free booklet .request. ASH PAN MCCLARY'S LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, wINNIKO, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, IIAMIiTW Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent. law comes to the protection of the wives and children, if not the men, mid says that a wage check cannot bo cashed in a hotel and consequently the main purpose of the visit of most men to a hotvl Is removed. Tho Number of letters sent ......... 8^,858 fessor in ItiO.'l and (liovernors rVllow Number of retflptw sent ...... 11,201) on ilhe Inlversity Corporation in Number of circulars sent ... 20,847 1005 Number of registered letters I -- sent .............................. 1,0911 It is understood the Provincial lie- This makes a total of 104,700 com formatory will Is- located at Calgary mice cause as well inent during 1000 or un average nuin viirkingman will ^ his check cwih-, llllinjent|(ins ,,,,,,, ,v ,,ho |k,|Mlrt., ed somewhere else wheiv tho temp-1 lalion to s|n'ii(l nil tho earnings foolishly does not exist. This is n good law and should assist tho temper- The name most fnvorubly montion- ber of 1149 daily. ! ed in connection with the position of | chancellor of the Vnivorsity of 'Alitor The report next tells us about the ta is that of Hon. .Justice Stuart, of ns enable tho' sluiuii boilers net. There are two Calgary. Ho is a distinguished grad workingimin to save the money that^ boiler ins|ioclors and they hold exam unto of the liiivers ty of Toronto would otherwise would Is- spent (nations ill forty places last year, and no better person could be select buying drinks and working up n "big' 230 candidates were examined and oil for Chancellor than tho .ludgc. head" anil "u bad taste in tho only 02 failed. There were only two Convocation is likely to be held at mouth." j proneciitioiw for violations of th� an early date. The establishment of the govern-1 nct. The numlior of boilers inspected "~~~" ment system of telephones is going! reached 808 and the total fees col' to lie helpful lo the workingmcn too. J l/.cled amounted to $4,574.00. Tho At the present time the mechanics; lns|�eciors are Joseph Huxton, Cat-anil laborers cannot aHonl to have gnry and David Fraser, Strathconft. this groat convenience in their homes i The total amount voted for public but It is certain that government operation will so lessen the cost of telephone service that the thrifty mechanic will be able to enjoy the use of the telephone as well as the professional and business men. Kdmonton is likely to have the services of one of its l�st known, most successful and wealthiest business men as Mayor next year. A petition asking John A. McMougall, of the firm of McHougall & Secord, to oc Now tho government's decision works at the session of 1900 was ^l'1 n��"lnnti"n and Mr. McDougoll $990,000 and of this $045,tW1.18 hftH expressed a willingness to accept wore expended. i no,nin�tlon which means that he will _____ | be elected. Edmonton at the pros In connection with bridges thero was out stage of Its history, requires tho an expenditure of $288,700. In al�. services of such an able business man to luding to bridges the report says:-, tt* M�\ MtDougaH. "Relative lo the construction ot bridge* H might lie stated that wmV Tno ffowrnincnt telephonp system quite a number of the smaller bridg.; '� 8ol�5 to � P�l'��>�-r with the |kk> es were of timber on pile aubsiruc give the miners an eight hour law is another movo along the right line set out by the Uberal party to give ths toilers legislation that will be beneficial to themselves and their families. Eight hours a day is plenty long enough to v ork in u coal mine, llritish Columbia has un eight-hour day for its miners and so have Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Illinois, Arizona, Mis constructing them on streams requir-souri, Montana, Nevada 'and Utah! ing anything over 50 or 0O feet ot'; and so will Alhertu within six j bridging." During the year 180 months. It must bo admitted that bridges were constructed and (15 ro-! pie. Vegrcville has a local exchange already and there are 60 subscribers tare we find that owing to tho in* creased price of Umber that although1 That 8hows how ihe P*0!''0 ttro tftk stoel and concrete cost mono w� are inK to the system. The monopolls in view of the duration and sulsyUin- tic concern would have trouble in tialHy of such structures Justified Id ���""� �- ers In a place twice the size. The Calgary Herald In an editorial last week admitted the Mberals in passing good paired. There are fifty-three bridges in the province. Alberta is not slow labor legislation. One of the contentions of the miners Ik'tore the Coal Commission was that the province should pass a miners indemnity net providing for assistance in oil son of ileal li or accident in n iniiiM. I ilo not know what the government purposes doing ill tliis| " matter but lo many |voplo such ill Some interest ing Hgim* are coiv law woiiid appear too much like tiuss tabled in the suiveys brniich ivpori legislation. WJiy mn a similar law They toll wry rleurly of th gtool would win out in the next Dominion 877 1-8 miles of fire guards plough ed in liKlO but there will lv a falling off ouch year in the future owing to the development of the country and lIn- extension uf irrigation. elections. The Herald is supporting tho Conservative cause but has ad milled defeat liefore the race gets di. cently started. tbs!** G?eo q�w Weekly Free PreSS .tt_Prairi.Far_n�r.W.aa.paf Family Herald and Weekly Star, Moatraal Lethbridge Herald " Sunay Albcrta't Beat " THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE $3.50 $2.50 AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS ALL CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public Is made up chiefly ot ihaaa classes: Demons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and are out-and-out Westerners, ajid recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada". Perhaps no ono newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction te all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prair'e Farmer irlvos a complete record vtTck by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In additioa. it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Family Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthc former resident of Eastern Cans da with the nows of the Eastern portion of tho Dominion in dotalWd form and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cunnot do without. .l�fj A R-ENSinLE MERCHANT LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Kind enclosed $2.50, for which sond me Weekly Free Press and Prairie Vnrnwr, Winnijvg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethbridge Herald, for one year each. lle'ir Island, Aug. 20. 1903 Minnrd's Liniment Co., Limited. Jlonr Sirs,-Your traveller is hflre work today nnd we are potting a largo for the railuax emplo.v .vs. the car-done during the \.'iir aw follows. : IKMiters, �tc.'.' An eitfht hour law is Survn.vs brought forward from i different for it is fiwly acknowledged i L'.MiS .............................. that a mine is an und.sirable place Surveys requisitioned during i In be employed but il is not admit-j 19U0 ............................ ted that th" 2-K1 The total amount received as relit hail insurance business and while saws many a furmer, who carries policy, from heavy loss, it is not a| prol'ntnblo undertaking. This year tb" government has paid out nioro for losses thon it received for prem-iiiiiis. It is doing a good work how-over by providing protection for the farmer. The premium now for hail insurance is 15 cents an acre but this could tie educed quite a bit if every j farmer would carry insurance. Five grains we on tho insurable list and, Anthracite the total acreage of these in Alberta was 700,000 but only 157,086 acres were Insured. The farmers seem to bo sIoh- in taking advantage of the protection hnil insurance " offers them. It is calculated that tho nute can lie reduced if tho number of pol-cy holders Is increased. it' al for louses was $720 and lhe total a amount paid for right of way was $18,109.40. A. HAGEHMAN.  � � The report tells us that the output of coal in Alberta in 1905 was 811, 228 tons and in 1900 1,885,000 tons an increase of 70.78 per cent, classification of the output of WARNER. Hotel Warner, Mr. Thompson's store and th�t post office wdh fitted up with gr.solino lamps by * Calgary The agent, F. W. McKemie. coal Quito a purty of men Iielonging to .1 l-'Knlto ..................... 002,780 tons tho Warner Ciun Club took a couplo during last year was as follows: j t,j days off for duck shooting. Thay lliluininous .................. 510,0$! tons |,a,| very fair success. .......... 285,597 tons Mr. Ohas. E��n has returned from The amount of coal used in coks a business visit to Lethbr dge and production was 108,080 tons and tho other points. coke produced totaiKid 09,844 tons. Mrs. M. Mungin was "ot homo" | Saturday evening. Thero were ten fatal accidents in c. II. N. Connell, the official sur-Alberta mines in 1900, 11 cases of veyor for the A. R. & 1. and his as-serious injury, 20 of wligbt injury or sisttuits have lieen surveying the cou-a tolal number of accidents of 41. |ovs around and south of Warner. Sixteen mines worn oponed during the The company intends soiling ibis year and two abandoned The total (nnd in small lots, number of mines in o|icration is plae- Mr. Cluw. Joyce's shuck s decorat claims for indemnity wus 292. The' *-'*' ttt 451 u'"' 1,10 numlior of |iersons ed with the skin of a largo lynx acreage insured was as follows: oats,I employed in this industry is 3,000. which he k'ided in (he coulee. 89,388; uheat, 41,180; barley. 25, j ~- 498; flax, 988 and s|>eltz, 187, a to- Tho govornment has Ix-en particular tal "if 157,080 acres. Tho amount lj' fortunate in securing us Dresident pnld for premiums at the rate of 15 of the new Provincial l'nlversity of cents |