Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Herald's Page of Live. ;Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FIUDAY, APHIL 25, Local News Where To Find It Al.Iilf.inA. ISGOiNGAFlERPORINBF Many Other Matters Hroughl Up At Board of Trade Luncheon The report of the delegation that to Kdmonton to interview tlie premier and tlio Government in regard to Ihe Crow's Nest highway was read by President Marnoch during Uio husl- ness end ot the lioanl ot Trado lun- cheon at U. Hogg gave a lucid, ne- rrnml Interview with the min- ister of education at Edmonton, par- ticulars of which -liavc; le'eif pub- llshcd. He further slated that there and Nanton, it would go oa ngain, lio eipccted, about tho first week in. June. Will Take.Plebiscite Mayor Hardlo told tho meeting that pressure liad Leeii brought to bear on the council hy those in favor of fast time tV niter the city time to Iho railway nmc, and he proiBsed to take a plebiscite ill Uie matter, with a Uvo- thirds majority for decision. Mr. John-Home said did not see ivliy Lellibrldgo wanted fast time when no other city west of Winnipeg had adopted "Hut H. C. remarked Mr. Me- Xicol. "II..JU. s-hu was present, Uiat tlie iliscciilinnniue of tlicse trainsAwas a war board measure, but be expect- t-d (hefn to be piit on [igain lij- tbe middle of May. In iliu matter ol tho tbrougtiv Clareslolm 4 GAS MAIN BREAKS, CALGARY IS GASLESS ff- OALGARY. April Cal- 4p. gary. Is today.- as tlie' i result of a broken iiialn near High Hirer. Tho frost leaving the. si'ouud caused the buckling of the pipe. ol the supply by, 5 p. Henewat is F. A. ROGERS ani Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves and Ranges Bouglit ainl sold in any quantity. also carry a line ot Trunks, and odd line's of merchandise. Hoys' Coasters, Wagons a'nd Velocipedes with rubber tires; also carrV nil kinds ot hardware. Give Us a Will Pay.You. Phone 13th Sfc, North Lethbridge (Take Blue.Liiie) commissioners arc hatting between two opinions in the mat- ter of a plebiscite in regard to the adopting, or otherwise, of fast time. The mayor seems to think that there is no particular hurry in takFng action just now, or, as lie puts it, "of the council break- ing their necks over it" He thought that 50 per cent, of the merchants were for fast time. The expression of the Board of Trade could not be accurately gauged fn the spokesman for the .same appeared to be Mr. John Home, who was strongly against fast time, and there was no spokesman strongly in favor of the adoption of the -same, Commissioners Freeman and Meech are in favor of a plebiscite to settle the matter cne way or the" other. Mr. Free- man siys that the council is for meeting the convenience of the public whichever way the public' -.decides. _ In any event, a plebiscite on the issue is to be taken. H is Handiwork of Red Flag Mt-Nabb Defends It At the clcfte of HID regular meet- ing, for the tho' plat- form of tho federated tit the .Miners' Hall on Thursday, a'dis- cii5sioii the O. ii. IT. bunched by President. of the 0. V, A., TiTlio proceeded lo tear it lu pieces in that It was ihe handiwork oC five red flag-wavers. There vas nothing an he in tlie moveuTenc, aud it would affctt unions who themselves Train tbc International. These unions ivotiW not get'thu nioral support of tlie oilier -unions, such as conductors and fireman. Mr.1 Donuiu -TilcN'abb took tip the cndgela for tbo O. B. U. in that (lie internaiioiial was of. no use as it tliil not nnrourage sympathetic so that if ojio mining camp tlie others ivcre allowed lo continue work- ing, and were thus guilty of scabbing. Ho detailed at length tbo origin of O. B. U.rsaying tbat he hsd (hi; fortittide and Conviction ol Jiis ion'and wcuhPnot have joined it be not tbouglit'tliat R for the" benefit of the hidnslrial workers. He mentioned that, though J'S .per .ceoi. of the Xova Scotm miners belonged to ihe- Mr. ,Hnycs had apliroaclteU the oijcrators ay to their j being aitowed to attend the mec.ting I at K cu ss ion ed wn i in, w it Ii 3! r. J L'oiig'iv'brth latijng paTl and (irivlng borne his argumtirils asainst tho O. U. U. which 501 its BUD- Hi inking-. Tlic inaiter of certain liiitiers work- ing on the Coco building, -at five, ci-nts an.hoar less than price asked for-by the veterans, was also warmly taken up'by tbe; president, o: i >vha.-ihsj only outcome of the tho local TCterans' relations between the local he wanted to know where the O. H. V. miners' organization and Ihe Intcriial- Tlie local lodges of (nile-peudent Order of will celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of tho or- der on Saturday ami Kumhty'evenings :of tind ueek at Kuo.v church. On April 1510, five mien met in a small iiouso in the cttv of Haiti- more ami. under t bo K-adersliip and inspiration of Tliomas WiHey, tiie .order, which has sinco grown to such proportious, was fomicied. Dnving me Iiinidred years of its growth (he i order has readied a incmbwfliip oC iover two and :i nncl pays out dollars per year as Ijcmeflis and relief. On Iho evening- of April 2Ctlj, 1013, just one Iiuiulred yRars after' its in- tho event will be celehrattVl by iliu local lodges by an open meet- ins; to he held in Knos church. The meeting will commence at 0 o'clock to t-iiabta wlio work in stores an to tho.ineet- iug on time. Speeches prominent raembera of llin order Tvill he interspersed by muai- c-al niinihi-rs. The raootm? is .open lo all, and it is Loped the church ivill be filled to its full capacity. GETTING READY FOR SEASON AT WATERTON Mr. Hazard, of die Wafemm Lakes lEotel, says that, (he hotel will be O0en for the ac-coniniodation of Ihe public I on May lath. catering will be provided Boats are now being in roadiiieos for the season'. The General Motors Corporation IP saiil to lie acduiring Henry Fonl's stock Jn Ford Motors. working hard to bring the arciAunt of pledges to twenty-five find dollars during the week. Yesterday afternoon a Calgary man coming in on the Medicine train dashed, madly through the streets wanting to buy a thou- sand dollars1 worth of Wsr Sav- ings Stamps, before the Calgary train left, and it Is needless to say he was accommodated and went on his way rejoicing. The following women's organi- zations are looking after tha booths today: Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, of I. O, O. Red Cross, W. C. T. U., Neirt-cf- Kin and the Big Sls.crc of church. Mr. NorrJnflton, of the politan Life, reports e brlric at the schools; in fact, some of the schotls have received thalr. ond supply. Kepudiates Idea That (he New Labor Is Allied With F.V. Hilmonton finds a shoriaee of orcrs for street cleaning work- Elegance in Wall Pap You will find expressed hero in tho -vast variety of beautiful new effects just arrived for Spring home every con; oelvable sort In color schema and pattern effect in Iloral designs, conventional figures, the new defined or shadow-stripes.and or medallioi! treatments. Let us plan and estimate with you. 'We'll save you mootr an J assist yon In achieving a effect. Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDrNG 7TH STREET SOUTH J.Bigss, cx-l'rcfitdeut ol Dfatiicl IS, V. si. of A., was in'tlic city, from Feni.c, on WeiliiesUay.-nUfinding Hie funeral of Stove Ik-gaUL Referring to the 0. IJ. r.i lie said, ttiat it is making striOos arapiig the western miners, ant! lio felt lliat it would-not, bu before the miners east of Winnipeg fell in lino with it i O. IJ. I'., Sir. Bigga consfclcred, I came in. CHARGED WITH STEALING TEAM Two Russians, Don Doff and George AUoff, have IJCDII released OH liail to await a preliminary tVial on UVc eliajgc alleged agahist Mient of steal- ing-a team, wagon and liarnesd, the property ol Tl. C. Harvey. Tron-tind steel output, Js greatly ham- percil by price haggHug at ton. ional. So far aa the. Itilernational was foni-tropd ii left the local miners to'fight their In Hie mat- ter, of agreements with tho operators tbc Iriteruntional was not so sympath- etic as it should be with the demands oT the men for better wages and better eondilions, lo get t lie's e Iliey were lett to their own resources. Tie repudiat- ed tbc idea that H. U. was con- necied with tliti t. W. "It is only an attempt" he remarked, "of tbc enemies of the movement to give it a black eye." EQUAL TO THE BEST-BETTER THAN MOST LIGHTS ON THE ROAD TWO BRIGHT LIGHTS ATANY ENGINE SPEED INSTALLED "The Midget Equi GIVES FULL, EVEN BRIGHTNESS TO YOUR LIGHTS AT ALL SPEEDS FT REQUIRES ABSOLUTELY NO AmimON AND CANNOT FAIL TO WORK WILL OUTLAST TOUR AND LIBERALLY Guaranteed TOIS IS AN AEmCLE OF f Let Us Show You ILLING Tenporir THE ROY F' THBR1DCE Inspector Mundy, bf ihe provincial police, slates that considerable com- plaints are being raceivfc'd of auto drivers dot rpgiiJation non-glare lights as prescribed by police will lake stem action regard to thif, and aulo Ovne'rs are j warned that it is imperative tbal Hit .iion-glaru headlights bo caivied. owners arc also warned that lime for drawing to .the taking ont licenses is noiv 'ptict; and pniscCdtfohs Firo-iii oivrer, and have been, will be, slrk'Hy Carried out. War Savings Stamps Thrift Stamps, 25c Sold at all Banks, Post Offices, and the following Stores: lias Ijccn received that UCM. -McKlllop. "who nway Ihii .Ilatlcry. 'LeiJUirtilso's first unit, has nwardecl tiio MlUlary (Jrdsa. lliougli rtcWIls of. th6 iwrlicii-1 lar action for ivhlcli Ihe decoration TM.oonferritl iiave, nol :lMen .ro- ce'ivcd. I.iciit. McKlllop. is no'.v on his way homo and will arrive In :i days.- He Is tlic eldest ton of Mrs, Charles 51cK1ltnn, HIT THt PIPE tT COST HIM TEN The clinrfift'agAlnst Qiipng Wing for being in possession opium .was "changed (o tliat of win'oVing opium, and; for this morn- flncd MO WjJ Magbtrjile Irfl-ln r R. W. Wallace, TKe Arcade. .5th-St. Alexandra Hotel, Cigar Store.5th St. Consumers Hardware St. Book Store St.- Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Store.5th St. Kenny Allin .St. Higinbotham 6c Co, .-.-.5th St. v Str Commercial Cafe f> 5th St. 'Delanys Meat'Market ,r, St., George Kerr ftc Co......-.v. 5th St. Medley Drug Co. 5th St. R, A. Wright, Jeweller St. Armst fit Raworth Jeweller.. 5th' E. A. 5th St. The Good Co, M.X .5tKSf, ReM 5th St, .White Lunch Cafe 5th St. .The Simpson Co. .-.-.7. 4th H. A Clarke Co. 3rH Ave. Everall fie Franks 3rd R. B. Donaldson .9th Ave.'S. .210 5th. Ave. S. Red Cross Drug Store, :.Tv 3rd Aye. S. Keitli's Confectionery .-3rd Ave, S. Economy Store ____ ,.902 I Ith .C.G-Olander St. N. Hennessy fit Wilson 13th St. N, Metropolitan Life' Assurance Co. 201-203 Sherlock NATIONAL WARRAVINGS COMMITTEE; Baalim Motors Co. Office 580 Uthbtidge Citizens Joined the Thrift Urmy Yesterday to Fight the Battle of Reconstmction Were YOU One If Not, Why Not Lick'a stamp and become a recruit. You lielp yourself and help the Nation. Cut your interest coupons off your Victory Bonds and buyvWai1 Stamps. I ssr" ihrift is the surest an'd strongest foundation of an -surei sd ''T strong, so necessary, that no nation can long exist that disregards'Jtj Remember War Savings Stamps Day.'4 ,1-2 per tent interest compoun'deH W half yearly.