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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It THURSDAY. AFHII, 21, 1910 LRTHBR1DGE, ALBFRTA. PAGE SEVEN Will Survey Pass Road Civic Employees Will Further Consider Decide Work Necessary Proposal Made to Arbitrate Differences The from J.ethbrWge, consisting of Messrs. Parks, Harris. Mackay, Freeman and Hogg. tOKelhcr' wlllt Mr. Morrjaon of Blairciore, to Edmonton to interview the in regard to the Ironfe road froa Medicine Hat to the 8. C. Prtuler Hon. A. J. and Skeldlng, I.eflngwoll, C'jmTpbell and Rterui, to nhorn they their face. DO definite promise as to the amount of money (bat would be spent on the Crow's Nest route was obtain- ed, delegates Vere liven the as- surance that a mrvoy of the road be made at once in order to as- certain Ihe and In oneral were ulreo a hearing. They with that more in- lernt wouH be taken towards making passable highway through tho Urons Nest Paii. -Messrs. McLean and Skeldinj prom- toed to go over the road with a. party from Lethbrldge, and it was further sugsested that an invitation be ten- dered members of the Cabinet, some- time this lumaier. to accompany a parly from Lethbrtdge In au auto Irip over this route. As, a delegates feel that some headway, haft been made in In- tereitlng the In the ex- penditu're ot larger aunii on'tbis route, and tbat Ihalr wen well worth whllo. MURDERER STILL ALIVE v MONTREAL, April Sswlck, who early yesterday morning murdered 17-yearold Pauline. Saik 'in the Windsor nolel heire'anil afterward cut his throat, was still in Iho lioyal Victoria'Hospital at an early hour! this morning. The girl lived with her mother at Point St. Charles, _a suburb of this city, where the.lutter a grocery store and where both the man and tbe girl are well known. MEETING UNDER AUSPICES FEDERATED LABOR PARTY WILL IE HELD IN THE MNERS'HALL, NORTH LETHBRIDGE If an episode was lo be wrHlen on meeitoB o( tlie represeiitatives of e Civic Pederation of with the cily council this mommy, tbe tHle of tho same, could apily called "Tha Kmpty Though Iho busi- aecs serious, there was the .Inal comedy touch put to It wheu I lie commlFaloners wcrt asked to wlth- ilraw ufitSl the delegation had consult- ed together lowanJa coming to a Heal decision as to action to be taken, antv found the birds had flown and council chamber The commission era were in a dilemma of perplexity is to what to UiiaV of this unexpected denouement, but were soon relieved by the appearance or Presi- dent Forhes of the employees' union, who announced that the delegation was taking Ihe matter hack to the local for consideration iu regard to the ques- tion of arbitration. The delegates representing the city employees consisted of 'Messrs. Gardi- ner, Kerr, Mallen. Hoach and Presi- dent Forbes. They intimated to the council that the employees, though favorable to appointing ot an arbi- tration hoard, did not -hind themselvet to slinrt by its Thby gave no guarantees as to abiding by this decision. The mayor iiotnted out that tbe city wan prepared (o stand toy the decision of any arbitration hoard appointed. ASTHM, I.IK3TAMTLY BEUtVED Wl flSTHMADOR AT 7.3O CITY TIME -Several Prominent Speakers Will Address Meeting Don't forget you cart buy the best Garden Seeds of all varieties in bulk at this store. Very reasonable charges. B1NG WO 320 13th ST. NORTH PHONE INCREASE IN, TRAIN SERVICE Effective April Zlrt Trains 631 and (56 Calgary to Bussno via Irrlcua. Monday only and trains .66? 033 Has- Bino to Qaltmry via Irricana, will run as fol- lovfs: N f Mon. ac4 Tues. and Thursday Friday 7.15 a.m. Lv Calgary Ar 7.15 p.m. .7.00 p.m. Ar Bassano LvS.OOa.m. Train (Co Suffleld.to Lomond Tuesday only, and 664 Lomond to Suffield, Wednesday will run as follows: Tues. and Wed. and Friday Saturday fl.lDa.m.Lv Saffield Ar 4.30 p.m." 6.30 p.m. Ar Lv 7.30 a.m. Train 642 Lethbridge to Many- berrteB, Tuesday, only, and 641 Jfsnyberries to Lethbrldge, Wed- nesday only, will ran as follows: .Tnes. and Wed. and Friday Saturday 7.50 a.m. Lv Lelhh'ge Ars.20 p.m 7.15 p.m Ar Manyb's Lv 8.45 a.m. For further particulars apply: MR. J. OORDON, Ticket Agent, Phon. 512 EQUAL TO THE BEST-BETTER THAM MOST UGMTS ON THE ROAD TWO BRIGHT LIGHTS AT ANY ENGINE SPEED INSTALLED The Midget Equi" GIVES PJLL, EVEN BRIGHTNESS TO YOUR LIGHTS AT ALL SPEEDS IT REQUIRES ABSOLUTELY NO ATTENTioil AND CANNOT FAIL TO WORK CAtAJlb IS LITORALLY Guaranteed Let Us Show You HARRY PILLING OaSct THE ROY ELECTRIC CO., LETHniDGE The emglnjttt had Hie right lo en- force Mwltmtlom and could it thty de- llrad teniaad a Dominion board. Donald McNabb .Mr.. Gardiner said that a local board would be better iu that uatlert would be expedited by the saaie. Jn Ihe casa of a board of thii nature Vtlng ap- the employees had named Mr. Dcnild Mc.N'abb as arbitrator. council were asked what they proposed doing, should the arbitration :nitala the demands ot tbo employees, to let over Ibe fact, as it was put to i, tial it was Impossible for the city loMo this on account of financial To this the mayor replied that the council would hare to hare recount to the provincial government for special legislation to meet Ihe spe- cial demaads, such as iu the wav of impending the sinking turn! Hither- to it had been a difficult thing to ob- tain anything of particular legislation from the government, but perhaps the decision of the arbitration board would have weight in that the coun- cil would he helpless had they to meet the'deaiands of the men If decidfcti on by tbe arbitration board. At the same lime, returned the mayor, he '.'ell sure that no representative on the arbitra tlon in auditor's capacity, would grant the increase in wages in that it would aend Uie city into bank- ruptcy. .The mayor further pointed out to the delegates that in liis experience always noticed that, directly an increase In wages was made, the price of commodities went up. He also stated in reply a question that the coal operators in granting the miners ncreaies were able lo provide for the same in raising the price of coal to he public; the city was not able, lo do this in that lite1 tai rate and the price of crater and light at present were as much as the people could pay Put Cars in Barn Commissioner Freeman plainly told he men that if they insisted on" their demands and intended to make them stick that, n far as Uie street rail way'-was concerned, he would advo- cate that the cars he put Into the jam and the whole lock, stock and Barrel be sold. The mayor, loid the debates thai there were many people in the city who -were getting less thaa the citj employees, and if ther left their job would be only too glad to take tnei places. H. C. of L. Bfamtli t'ommissioner. Freeman stated tha the root of the whole trouble was.th cost of living; AYbat should be dom in the'present situation was that: the employees should join with' the com raissioners in forcing th'e governmen to make an Investigation inlo the cos of living and as to how prices were The question of profiteering was d: cussed, and, tbe mayor said, profiteers though the cause of the trouble, wen only v small portion of liie iommnnit; and: the burden rates taxes'; would fall ou the majority whKh with their Itmlllci' TWy Wk oa UM jfinnkitt vhlck carrM mar- u< their familtej. The part? fteM op Iraa Clatter, erf the ttti. harhif arrtred kefore. bwti staylBf In Torwito tat JwinwyW with them, lo .LetkkrMije. TW ulrrnt M MCTMM of cent. lor Ural turltr of 1'Jlf. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night Purely Vegetable ihi. local is attaint! l.o'.hhrMgn be right Ic.uJmE citiRs.in Ihe W. S. S. movement. Recruiting serfceanls aud their (ortei maJe their appearance on the streftt! this morning. They have a different mission thai; the recruiting lo tho early days ot the -.var when men I were needed to go and fiRht. Xow the recruiting sergeanls are represent- ed by ladies of the I. O. D. K., Cross. W. C. T. Big Sislers' Clasi and other organizations who are sigu- ing up a great Thrift Army to bind up tho wounds the war has made antt make Canada prosperous for the vet- erans lo return to. Buy a thrift-stamp or certificate at any of the booths, and become a member of the army of peace. V Elepce in Wall Paper You will find expressed here in the vast variety of beautiful' new effects Just arrived, tor Spring home beautifying, every con- ceivable sort in color scheme and" pattern effect In floral designs. conventional figures, the new defined or shadow stripes and panel or medallion treatments. s Let us'plan and'estimate with you. We'll you money and assist you in achieving a refined effect. Wellington Bros. THE- DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDING" TTH STREET SOUTH What Is Ihe Canadian National R. W. Wallace, The Arcade. .5th St. Alexandra Hotel, Cigar Store.5th St. Consumers Hardware ......5th Robertson Book Store .5th St. Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Store.5th St. Kenny St. Haginbothahi Co........ .5th St. RyiaiJdii Co..............5th St. Commercial Cafe..........5th St. Market ,.5trt St. George Kerr fit Co. 5th St. St. NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS Baalim Motors Co. Office It is a method whereby small savings can be promptly converted into a first class government security, as safe, more and almost as remun- erative as a Victory Bond. Where can these stamps be bought? At any Bank, Post Office, and many of the stores in your city. Do the merchants wjio handle stamps receive any commission? No. They are selling stamps as a patriotic service to help -along the work1 of reconstruction. 1 .Sign a pledge card today and save systematically. War Savings Stamps, pay 4 I -2" per cent interest compounded half yearly. i Booths open Thursday morning and will be in charge of the different organizations of You can be a recruit in the great Thrift army by buying a War Savings or Thrift Stamp. Sold at all Banks, Post Offices, and the following Stores: R: A. Wright, Jevyeller ,5th St. Armstrong Raworth Jeweller.. 5th L.A-EwaX jeweller :.....5th St. The Good Co. St. .320 5th St. .White' Lunch Caife 5th St. The Simpfon Co.......... .4th H. A.'MdGUop...........6th St. CUrfc i'-Co, A3rd Aw. Everall fc Franb .3rd Metropolitan Life Assurance Co.' V. ........201-203 Sherlock Rock COMMITTEE HEADQUARTERS, ;