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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herat's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATURDAY, MAYOK TO ATTEND KINGSTON' CONVENTION Mayor Hurdle will leave for Medi- ine Hal oil Monday IllShl. Jcle' Sato from the city to tbe Western fan- ada irrigation Congress. Tbe oilier two delegates. Hush Macbeth anil 1 E Harris, will follow on Tuesday. At ter attending '.he convention at llie Hat Ihe mayor will go on to Ktugscon to the convention of the Union ot Can adlan Municipalities to' be held there. May Represent Canadian Union of Municipalities at Gather ing Called by Govt. Mayor Hardie has been usked by the Union ot Canadian Municipalities io allow his name to 60 betoro Iho convention to bo held "t Kingston, on August 13th and 14lh, as a. ilotesale of the Union to the National Industrial Conference to' he held in OUasva commencing Sept. llth. contcrence is a very important oiro. It is to be attended represent- atives of the Dominion and provincial governments anil ot municipalities and by representative employers and labor men In all branches of trade and in dubtrv throughout Canada The following is the proposed WILL REPLY TO HON J. H. BOYLE Mayor account of his Interview with the attorney-sen- eral, Hon- Mf- Boyle, is a reply to the letter of the Tatter which was published in the Her- ald on Thursday, will be submit- ted to the council at the meet- Ing on Monday. It is a Ions type- written document and contains ten pajts. Anticipated Big Crowd Will As- semble on Monday Evening Ground Ideal Consideration of the question o the desirability bf unifying and co- ordinating the exIsli'JK labor laws of the Dominion parliament anrt of the provincial legislatures; and Uio ton- Eiderallun of nny new labor which are deemed necQssnry. laws 2 Consideration of (a) Employees' right to organize; (b) Tho right o! labor unions; (c) Tlie right of employ- ees lo collective bargtiinlug. Coiijlderation of (a) The recon: inundations ot the Itoyal Commission on' industrial-relations, in favor ot Ihe establishment of a bureau to promote Iho establishment ard de.velopmcn of joint industrial councils; (h) The lurlher of the Royal Commission on Industrial re- g.irdlns 'he establishment of joint plant and Industrial councils. 4. Consideration cf the recom- mendation of the noyal Commission on Industrial rclaiions respecting hours of labor. j 5. Consideration cf minimum wage, Action of telhbridge Board o For Indus- trial Congress At a special meeting of tlie hoard o Irauu yesterday afternoon organizalio was completed to look after the d tails of the entertainment of the. Ir dustrial Congress on August 12th. Tt Commissioners, entertainment commit- Ico of llic board of trade, with com- mittees to be appointed .from Uio not- ary dull, Auto Club and itetail Scr- lion will have charge of the arrange- ments. Messrs. Bawdcn, Baalim and Torranco. with pov.-er to add, were asked to present in attractive form lo the members of the congress data rc- garding the district. The following resolution regarding the sugar famine was sent to Kohl, liorden: Rt. Hon. Sir RoM. Borrlen. Ottawa. Owing to the serious situation aris- I ing 'out of sugar shortage throughout Western Canada, we would ask that the matter he given your immediate and careful consideration wllh a view to relieving same without delay, we suggest that exportation of sugar and its products bo prohibited until the situation is cleared up ii necessary. Lelhbridge Board of Trade. 6. Consideration- the recom- mendation of tlie- Iloyal Commission on-industrial relations that Hie find- ings of Ihe commission bo. put Into effect In all work controlled by Ihe Government .where tbe principles of democratic management can be ap- plied. 7. Consideration of resolutions re- lating io fi.sysiliEr Ibe Royal Commission report. AGED MAN CHARGED ASSAULT ON CHILD An aged barber, almost an octogen- arian, being ID years of asc, named Arthur Drapeau.'.was brought into the city from Bow Island b> Constable Dradner, of the A I P longed in the provincial jail Prlsoic- was com- The landing ground where Cap- tain Hoy will alight on Monday in the city, in his trans-Rocky flight, Is an ideal one. It was telscted with much cari by Lieutenant Trim, of the flying corps, when he last in the city. The around is in extent something ap- proaching 120 acres and lies be- tween Fourth and Seventh Ave- nues South, east from the road on which the red car turns south on its way to the park. H is in line with the section house on the railroad along First Avenue North and extends up to Frache's grcen- -houses. -.On this ground there will be a smudge to Indicate to the flier where he Is to alight. Commis- sioners Meech and Freeman have given much interest and co-oper- ation In raakin.T the grounds lo suit the purpose and Chief Hardy Is making the necessary arrange- ments for the crowd that Is ex- pected for the occasion. On the arrival of Hie airman he will be given greeting by Mayor Hardie to be conveyed to Mayor Marshall, of Calgary, and Mayor Gale, of Vancouver. W. A. Buchan- an, M.P.. will, in addition to greetings to Captain Hoy, hand him messages for J. H. Woods, edi- tor of the Calgary Herald, and John Nelson, manager of the Van- couver World. The Lethbridgo Herald has been co-operating with these .papers to make flight across the Rockies possible. The three papers co-operated in offer- ing a cash prize to Capt. Hoy If he makes the flight in the time specified, 18 hours. In addition to the greetings, We flier will carry with him copies of the Lelhbndge Herald to be delivered to the Mayors of Calgary and .Vancouver and to the.Calpary Herald and the Vancouver" World.' The aviator Is expected In the city about six in the1 evening of Monday next. STot Contemplating Construction To Meet. Existing Drouth Conditions II OF 1.P.R.LIS IS 10 BE HELD International Officials Visiting Mining Camps Throughout District 18 COMMERCE VOTES TO STAY WITH INTERNATIONAL The "Inaugural Day" of the United -hurch Forward Movement has been set for Sunday. September 14tb. On that day the Inter-Church Manifesto ..ill be presented from the pulpits and the prayer cycle distributed. The province has been divided into twelve districts and conventions will be held In each district either in Sep- tember or October. The districts and points ai which conventions will be held are: Medicine Hat. Lethbridge. Mai-li'od. Calgary, Hannn. lied Deer. Kdmouton, Vermilion, Walnwrisht, Caiurose, Coronation audPcaoe Kiver. Special conventions will be held in Calgary and Kdmonton. The Calgary ,-onventum beginning on VWdnesda! ovemns. Oc-mbcr -'-'ml anj all day Inursday. October 23rd. The conveiK lion in Kdiuouton the evening of October -'3rd and continues during tlie succeeding day, October 24th. Dis- tinguished speakers will be present and give addresses. The National Committee is endeavoring to procure men of world wide reputation. So that the of the Province should look forward to these dates with pleasant intidiution. TEAMSTERS SEEK DOLLAR DAY INCREASE EAN FRANCISCO, Aug. strike of 20.000 teamilero and other crafts in the waterfront workers' federation will be called next Friday, unless the leamiteri are granted a a day increaie over their present pay by that time. Tim O'Connell, secretary of the San Francisco Labor Council, announced today. Vicc-Prcsident Grant Hall anil hi party arrived in the lily last evenin at ?'W o'clock, and vent on to Mcd cine Hat at 2 a.m. Speaking to th Herald. Jlr. Hall sairi that he had noth- ing new to say in regard to the con- struction policy of the C. P. R. Noth- ing had developed since President Beatly's visit here. The only con- struction was the 210 miles in the western system already announced. 4sked it the C. It. intended to do anything in the way of special con- slructlon to meet the labor situation and to afford relief to the farmers in the drouth-stricken areas, Mr. llall said that nothing in this direction bad BO far been contemplated. A refer- ence to the l-ethbrldge-Wcyburn Hue and the. Iron Springs am! Turin rail- way construction brought a smile to tbe face of the Vicc-President, he did not consider this was in tlio nature of practical politics, at any ratu just now. With the party were W. D. Lannl- san General Freight llanager of the P It system; Andrew Kelly, ot Ihe Vestern Canada Flour Hills, and A. R larsratt, ot the Grain Exchange, Win nlncg. Mr. Ilargrafl said that the crops were in fino shape from Wmnt- leg lo Estcvan. The Vice-President and hla parti were taken the irrigated area ai Coaldale, in a car that was in readi- ness by Jlr. Baalim. They have been [ravelling since July 15th.___ GOES'JO HANNA The inspectorate to which Mr. R. o! the .Hla'h' has. been ap- pointed Is In. the Hanna district.. He will make Hanna .Ms headquar- ters. The en Letfebr 8 io 14 SEASON'TICKETS are on sile at all'drug stores and by Ihe .cojn'nl'- leo until noon of tho opening day After Ihal tlmo toy, aWanf o 60 cents in price Thcj are trinbferablo onl> uillnJi Immcdlalo famlls I CHILDREN'S TICKETS at 5100 admit and admits them to all regular Clnutauntn programs as well as the SINGLE ADMISSIONS lo the wrioui sessions amount to abouj threo time, the cost of a season tickel. B.en though few niimbers, it is economy to buy a season tlckel. Children s single'admissions a'pnroiimately half price. DAILY PROGRAM Morning- Junior EvninE_ FRIDAY.. Admission 50c. SATURDAY ay and Story Hour. lecltal "Force" ihat He'lp or Hinder the Progress o! A. C. tenner Admission GOc. MONDAY McKinilon Company .B. J. Klemme Morning- SEASON TICKETS Adults After-nobn on opening day. 3.00 Student! 1 M Children DAILY SCHEDULE Children's Hour Afternoon Evening 9l30 3.00 8 00 Morning- Junior Play and Story. Hour. Hillervini Tom Corwinc Admission 50c. New FranK Admission TUESDAY Junior Play and Story Hour, With talk of a coal famine einanal ing from Saskatchewan points, inter- est in the west Is centering more strongly then ever on Iho negotia- tions now being carried on in the AI- Iherla mining district looking' lo a settlement ot tho strike which bus now lasted for llfrco months. And negotiations are being carried on. though the public so far has heard very IKIle of them. However, from the maze of reports going the rounds. two facts stand out quite clearly: 1. Tho miners are very anxious to return to work at an early dale and] are quite willing, if necessary, lo goj back ou tbe basis of the old agree-1 meal until April 1st next, before which lime a new agreement would be negotiated. 2. The operators will only with properly accredited officials of (ho international union, aud will re- fuse steadfastly to deal with any of the old officials who have become tainted -wtth Ihe 0. U. U. propaganda. At the present time there are three international officers of tho United Mine Workers'of America In District No. is. Having revoked Ihe charter at the district, the visiting officials are sily engaged canvassing the feeling the miners of the district as to nether the. break is definite or letlierthe mass of the membershli willing lo go back to Internationa filiation. The infornian' ports thai the feeling in favor o e 0. B. U. is dying out.rapidly ii ice of a vigorous campaign being aged by the visiting officials wh re paying a visit to every camp In he district and there and then ex- laining.the whole situation and call- ng on the membership for a vote as o its intentions. In every la understood, the men have thrown sido-their'One Big Union leanings' nd decided to stay with the interim- onal. One of the camps at which his happened 'was Commerce, and fter the .vote tlie ihterna- ional, 'a co'rnmitlee of men went 14 he management with the proposal hat they Tj-ould'imt as many men at vork lo keep (he mine In physical con- dition thus comply- ng with of the international union to strikes. While awaiting the completion of he trip of the international officials o all thexamps', anil the results there- of Ihe mine owners are sitting back and no negotiations of imporlanca aro being carried'; on, although It is mderslood lhat they have now under consideration B pjan to resume work on the basis of" the old agreement pending'the final settlement ot the status of the V. M. W. of A. in .this district But that they will do so b.e- fore.it is. definite -that Ihu 0. B. U. laa been- scotched in what was con- sidered Its main stronghold Is very unlikely according to .what the Herald las been ablo to gather in Ibis end of tho district. Resumption ot work be- fore Iho. middle ol August is most un: likely though it may be taken as practically certain that Ihe mines will be busy supplying the heavy demand for coal before the first of September. Five Repuoilcs on Horseback" j b.......'.................Dr. G. Whitfield Tlay Admission ISc. "--nrl Concert Hussars "Singinj record of successes on 1 Eastern ulrcuils. Admission 16c. WEDNESDAY Junior Play nna Story -Concert Prelude.................-.....Jlctropohtiin'A-.'isls Trio Signals on Ib3 Road to Health ..y Kugema Lowe Admission 60c. liecilal Metropolitan Artisla Trjo Place Among the Nrtions'' Lic'ul. nrnno IlOEClli t ays c Oiftcil Ilailan speaking through courtesy oi the Hallau fcinbaasy Admission 7oc. THURSDAY ROYAL HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE Two Day of uo U'dla Fonncsbeek Admfgslon SOc. Land of Music." (a) Concorl Hawaiian Qulnte ifi) Illustrated "Hnrabllng Through Paradise" Mildred Leo Clemens Showing New Motion Pictures ol Hawaii's Ever Acllve Volcano, 511. Kllauea. 1 Admission SHOO. Thp Highway Beckons information for Auto Travellers Some Places to Stay arid to Get Supplies for Your Auto; Get out in the 'open these summer days when the fresh and good roads Invite you. The Hotel Fernie Wm. Wyatt, lilaajEer The Commercial Man's Homo Hates 53.00 and Up per'Day.; Fernie, British Columbia Hooms With Bath in Connection Seven PIrsl-Ciass' Sampla Rooms. Hot and Cold Water and Telephone In Every Room. I. The returns for the month of July for the Customs show an increase o over1 the. samo month last year. In tho building' permits there a ery healthy increase, amounting to early. The figures for July ils year'are as compared to in tbe corresponding month last ear. -PerniUs for the month ot Aug- si taken out ao.far arc one of ?500 y the L. A.. A. for tho bleachers n the'bali park, and one o( 5500 by T. Hossey for an addition to his rcsi- lenco ori South. A' TIP Editor Herald. party respons- ble tor the'Kera In the Coaldale netfs concerning trouble In the Heady Made District kindly mind their own busi- ness and keep out of the Heady-Mode nlslrict. We may be backwoods Mlssouriana and we may shallow hut our troubles' aro' our own and we en- deavor, ib.kee'p'.tliem In the Heady Made District and 'naturally resent, Iho Interference.' ot So-called Chrlsflnns nntl bilsy lioilej.v.' 1IYEHSON. King Edward Hotel Plncher, Creek, -Alia. Bus 'Meels All Trains Steam Heated Throughout Special Attention Given to Com merclal and Transient Trado D. B. Slple, Prop. C. B St. Thomas, has uceu appointed. EIS Inslruclpr In man- ual Iratnlns'Ior Wjnasor. King Edward Hotel Auto Bus and Baggafle, Line Auto Livery In Connection. family Cars to Walorton M. Collins, Prop. PINCHER CREEK MEDICINE HAT Follow the Red'.Trail from Leth- Blue Trail from Cal- gary the Black Trail from Mon- all lead to only .fllcial hotel in the HOTEL CECIL Redaw Motor Company Service Station for land Cars, and Traffic Trucks. Accessories, Gas, Oils and Greises Batteries Repaired and Recharged Prompt Service, Day, Night and Sundays. SERVICE GARAGE Beblce and Ttepalr Station for McLanghltn Cars. Good Stock Dom- inion and Goodyear Tires. .Vulcan Izing and General Repair Work Batteries Recharged. WARNER, ALBERTA HOTEL WARNER When al Warner" you hoino .the HoUl Warner If th1 place suits'you come again FORD GARAGE General Car and Tire ServlW. Warner, Alberta j A. P. Veale, Prop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Oils, Polarlne, Gasoline. Dominion and Other Good Tires Prompt Satisfactory Service at All Times. MILK RIVER HARDWARE CO. f. J. Coatei, Proprietor COUTTS, 80 MILES ALTAMONT GARAGE Bntlery Service, Vulcanlzhir, IS- nlllon and General Reoalm, to Tourisls at the Hue Road Mips of Montana General Information Customs Office ncit door. Slop In and see us Get enough to you on your way Roberta and Baker, ;