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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LETHBRCPGE DAILY HER A LIT DOES NOT BELIEVE MINERS WILL VOTE FOR THE AWARD District Miners' President Gives his Views on Situation From the Standpoint of, the Men Will Protest Against Action Taken at Diamond City the pass and the cold days draw nearer, people ai'e becoming Biore arid more anxious ts to the out- look for an early settlement of'the lot throughout the whole district I am able to give you only my own opin- ion. The proposition will be turned down, and the whole matter will be just, whers it was when the different Coal bins arc getting, more; reports of the Coneiliatioi Hoard Dearly empty, and the surplus sup- ply which was in store at the begin- being rapidly de- now, in some of niag of April, is pleted, and even the surroundins towns the citizens :i man -to declare their intention were sent to Ottawa. My reason for thinking this is that in every place where 1 have held these meetings to explain matters the. men have risen beginning -to wonder what io do t'o, fuel. Everywhere the question -s raised, "Where is it going to and along wilh this comes also the query, "What is going to be 'he re- suit of the referendum of the miners B. Powell, president of b'. .M. W. of A. for this district, was in the city this morning, anil in o-'der >r t to, get a carding statement of his opinion re- et.tlemant. of the strike the Herald called on him, and asked him the above questions, Mr. Powell, who .Is a very straightforward man, gave bis answer as simply as possible and forecasted as nearly as he could the -future of the strike. 1 "Regarding the result of the said the president, "I can only give o refuse the proposition. This was done here yesterday. I. did not ask for such an expression of opinion. One of the boys rose and asked tho men the question and they witnessed their disapproval of the majority re- port by a standing vote. The same thing was' done in the afternoon at the Royal Collieries. It was done the other day at Fernie. If these expres- sions aro any criterion ns to how the votes will be cast, you can easily see'what the result will he. The re- sult of the ballot throughout the whole district will form the basis of o.ur future actions. "Now, ;then, as to your 'question about what will happen if this fittest: proposition to up an agreement along the lines of the so-called ma- you my opinion. I have been going jjbrlty report is turned down, all that one Ipc.ti tu 3u: past few days, trying to the best of jject.ire. We. realize however, my ability to explain the vario points', of. the majority report on which the miners will be asked tomor- row to vote. I-am-putting the mat- ter up to them in the clearest pos- sible manner, and while I am ex- the different points, I ajn not trying to influence the men in 'any way, nor am I trying to explain away the differences. We want this vote to be the true feeling of the masses .'of-the men affected, so that the public will not be able to say way as to how they'should'vote. .Another thing, the ballot will be taken in. secret, just ns secret as in For...this, an agreement with Car- rcaVonVwfi'have hrtd regulation 'ballot leer's and Macleod's reports as ,the highest and lowest wages scales on CHARGED WITH ASSAULT ON A YOUNG WOMAN An Assyrian Appears ;in Police Court; Other'.; Cases Three times this fiinns si'i'.iiS1 nml summer Lcthbrldye (Al- iens have been startled by of criminal assaults on women children of the city, all of (lioni bli uiufti or less. airKi'aviited nature. -'I IK offences have all been serious, iiml each time the offender against tjn weak have been sent up for them with scab labor. I believe tunica higher court. if the operators were to set a-j-.j c-oiuos the report of the- foui-th stirance of the government in which'a woman was tho v.ic- would be protected In following ih's tim of a imm's ibnitdlity, and, although course that they would do so. As nut so aggravated as the 'iiWioris lor said in the House of Commons, p crimes, it show-s that a serious1 Ottawa, the men would be dr.n-.rn'of iiffairs .exists within the back ur tbo point of a bayonet. For accused man in ibis case is A. Neswjr, myself ['believe the wtu.rt an Assyrian of the dark eastern visas- prefer this method, for you type, and the womnn whom iio the Macleod meeting this ihre.U wa; made, although it was a veil-'d threj.t.' throw open their mines, and worn tried living to .victimize is a married lady on London Hoad, a young "Now those are the various w: js in few m0nths out frefo which this strike may 'he se'tled. Pun- nmj u resjdent of Letb- iii: opinion is pressing. We want '.tie bridge for the oust two months. prbHc. however, to roughly under- {t seems NCWor was at ;the -ean be said would he the merest con- is j the public want to know, as they are anxious for an immediate settlement. "In my estimation there are only three courses to be taken. First, the strike will Continue vttti the mines still Idle-as lias been the case for the past four months, and the gov- ernment may take the duty off coal so that the demand may >be supplied from across the line. Second, the operators might possibly decide, but from their, previous declarations to stand by their report already made I don't think they will, to endeavor io reach an agreement following: our suggestion at; the Macleod meeting Ptaud why the miners are for what they believe to be rights. I do not think tbve I heir house on Tuesday evening and was paid an account by the lady's h'tip .bund. .The Assyrian promised at tHe open minded man in the wholn to return soon n present iry who does wfeh to see ''.he mln- for the the family, which era working under such conditions nexj niornins iibout jjSi as will ei families Root PI1U tk I' elr o'clock. Whilo in the house which was to be good Canadian riti.'.sns. tor .Of tlje V.'lth the wages the men iro sctiin.; young mother and her tS'e now. tirns and -n'lth the which prevail at -somo ]inan .Nessor made improper advances her offering her presents in the mining camps, Micbel ;jorm of a rilDJ. nrooCh and a this is impossible, and the country i skirt These were angrily r'e'fuseft it. We are fighting for xessor ordered out of the house. Minn., Aiigl usual ru'nia'nye ciilininateil in the' mni- riase 'lit' Hfjls' frracc Jlouily, of Win ilerloo, Iowa, anil Karl Scnll, uf'Wa- tcrjoo, hen- -yesterday aflernoon. iigo when the bride and her .mother :wcre enjoying a western and Mr. Scott wiis in the cast. W. I. JMolTdy, :of. iMissoula, Mont.., :i oniinillal altitude, neither denying jioo.Iy and her r supporting the rumor. a telegram to another hrothcr. C. AT A n Awrr- in TfUKLUIlLffS Al A Moody and Mr. .Scott, had lircn- married last in Minnoiipo-' Ms. A. Moodv took the telegram THE STANDARD ARTICLE.-SOLD EVERYWHERE E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED TO RON The Dnkc of Sutlierland Intends sei'Innsly.1 'witlf the result that the of the working'Clv.-i and it vve i refused to go, however, catching says that part can easily be built ing the remainder of the C'roim leasu j story wedding appeared in the on the Stafford. J-'otisc. M. -J. O'Brien, who cxpccls to Hit; con tract for Imilding the first ?OQ i cra) -other's, milos of tlio Hudson's Ray .Miss and hoc mother papers and was cop- ied hy thu WaU'rloo papers and scv- can make the public understand. victim in his arms and kissing her why we are fighti have public sympatli "The operators are very dlctatory _ n this matter. They have followed fl that style of procedure throughout the story ing, 1 think we will Seeing that his ithy on our side. or nfl the mail attempts ]efti at the door a young man who' IB tlle hoilse. The n.RB advisetl to the strike. One of the latest evidenc- whe'n came home a) cs -of this style of doing things hat the management of the Diamond againat and light supply of'wn. It was move in the campaign 'of what night be termed the 'savage' type for vithout water the. women and child- morning on of indecent assault.' The Case occupied the tiniis of the court .till noon when it W boxes made which will be locked and sealed in the customary manner, and f.he voting hours have been, fixed in the different suit the exisl- whjcli; totreach an agreeineht, ren. are subjected to the diseases that ollow. filth and imclennliness. The niners themseives can stand it, low about their families? I am going o Calgary in. a couple of days where' I will see Mr.. Underwood, dent of the company. I believe that adjourned till 2 p.m. Four Jags; were'-fined the' usual 116 j amount and a second 11 ifentler on'.the same charge "drew dbtvti :li he will give us redress in this mat- ing conditions. Scrutineers appointed to count the ballots, and there wil Ibe no chance to paek the: ballot.. -l' to the resulf. bal- side, conceding This of i although BO far as I been coiirse'-would be the: one way most nble'to get none mine su.ier- mtendent Thpj all 15 fair In war. but I cannot -believe that either Mr. Underwood or public will condone such actions, and I am be satisfactory to the .men. The way.1 (and here Mr. Powell hesitated) in which'this strike might-be'finisned so' far. as''the .oyefators are Be "that the operators wo'iiltl Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Oat A Triu-ph far mnd r Skill OU from the liver of t he cod-fish, hu been-used as a prcvcritative of disei-wt and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion that- the iiWdieinal value of Cod Livrr-Oil was the greasy, oily part itself its only, .drawback being the. table, fishy taste of the oil. From the first experts have been try- Ing to find means to make it more pala-. table. Thty .used it with it -in wine flavor it with fcraon anj'thing to get away from that abominable smell. Lois of people still take it in Emul- !IIOB fonr, which M nothing more than up but still greasy, oily and a strain on the digestion. Doctors- used to think' it was the oil built up the they stow to find out that the. oil was a distinct "draw back to the medicinal prin- ciptes 'contained in it.. Crude" oil is quite and in time, put the strongest- stoniacji of. order. .A way has now been discovered to do the-grciisc and the smell, and 'yet retain all the medicinal properties of the -liver.'1'- This is done'bv- removinx fresh' 'oil' from 'the new :The liver pulp 15 then reduced ,to the form .of an extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is siniply "this liver extract combinro wilh an ex- tract of malt and healing irild cherry. It also contains the true hypo This combination makes Nyal's Cod Liver. Compound a delicious tonic- builds up the system, and makes you. Take it when you fed yourself losing your grip. It's pleasure to take even the children like it. Get a bottle to-day and ward off .disease. for a large bottle. Your druggist', cheerfully recommend he all about it. ,ftold and guaranteed by ALVERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE pis PROPOSAL DOWN A Lot More Unions De- clare Against Gordon's Award (Special to the Herald) Fernle, the meeting held laei night at Michel the miners paesed a similar .resolution to that adopted by the Gladstone Union here, turning j Lisbon, Aug. deaths and two men disfigured for. life is the result of an explc-sion in a dry cleaning establishment here. Robert Greigh the proprietor, and Claren e Thompson, a young .Englishman, were so badly .burned that they died loor. after-the exploaion; and Harry Colby and John G. Bernezen were ently dlBfiRured. Creigh had a mix- ture of gaaollnv In a Idieh for cleaning clothi One of ihe men either on a match or lighted one and there was an ex- plosltiori of Urriilc force, followed by flames -the chalrmni reported to the 's recommendation lister of labor. A I meeting held this morning at Hosmer i resumed same action being en .there., [Another is to be held at Coieman tonight at .which it is.expect ed miners will do the same. The ther report of Chairm in druggist or Contemplate! Do not neigh anything m a aecond, hut take a secoad thought when a or thirty, days. Some" amusement afforded .if court this morning when Sam the hack driver-'with voice, appeared against a prominent citizen charging him with using pri> fane language on the streets.- Hall claimed- that hen .ruthlessly cussed in public" and- his -feelings hurty He conducted his rbwn case with all the legal .phraseology of the .polibfi court, lawyer, but-his witnesses remember their, lessons properly, anij Hall's case was so full of holes that the magistrate was -forced to'''dismiss it with four dollars cosls against tlief complainant. THEATRICAL Gordon coupjeri with the clauses add- seems to be the cause of the miners to This tain- the ip a substitute, for DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Struwberrj ion has been on the as now presented raapket for 'ovw 65 years, and so far li! u know neJcr yet r.M to to proposal to resume negotiations for new agreement along the lines of the dual report o.f Chairman Gordon and y.t either relieve or cure the worst case "IN WYOMING" One of the most interesting produce tloni that will -be'.at the Jlajeitic; theatre this action, li "In Wyomlnj." It li the product of the lerattile WIK yard Macjc'a 'Mr. 'Mack WH hap-' py in the selection of hlf.locality up-! on which to build a atory and it coai tainn all the elements that go; make a ailccoes. No other secijon of America boirta a stronger fascination for the tourist than does the great its great wide plains and interesting characters. Mr. Mack lias laid his story in W-yoming, .the famous "cattlo where many stories could 'be told of fortunes made and lost. He has cleverly converted actual occurrences and scenes to stage use-3, and how well he. did. his work will be demonstrated when "In Wyoming" will be presented at the Majestic Aug. 7 and S, hy an -especial- ly selected cast. SAILING FOR CANADA the will sail on the Vic- torian tomorrow are Captain Macoun, who was.Injured through falling from his horse on Coronation Day; Senator and Lady Frederick Bor- den: Private Gifford, of Toronto, win- ner of the -King's Blsley Corpl. Trainer, of Toronto, and other membera of the Blftley team. GASOLINE LAUNCH TOOK DROWNED Kingston, Aiig. gasoline launch In flie htat niali[ and Harris was drowned iind tho other four were bad- iy bnme.u" but Io reach the SUMMER COMPLAINT, OB ANY LOOSENE3S.OF THE BOWEtS. Mrs. A. J, McLe'lla'u, Lo'ndoe; Ont., much pleuure I write'to that I have tiaed Dr. Fowier'i Eitrnct of Wild Strawberry with great supcttti. Bummer my little boy, 18 mouths old, wail attackeil two of three times with Diarrhoea, hut each time, after one ilny'a dpees, he wal all right again. JlThuslMod was aim taken one light The neit div thre< doses cured him insist on Dr. Fowler'jbelnggiTeii me." If yon want to be on the side, ask for Dr. Fowler's Eltractof Wild Strawberry, and insist on getting what you uk for. The original is manufactured only Sy The T. Milhurn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. See that our name If on lae wrapper. I'rioo 35 'THE XV The Sam S. and Lee ;il New York Production of j'.'Clydtf Fitch's comedy, "Tno must be a good one. It te the MaxiKe MllioU Theatre, which has the name of being the ultra high class'comedy playhouse of New York. Mr.- GHmore is the others have names that arc well and favorably known. The play js refin- ed and neal, written by'that, master, of comedy, Clyde Fitch. Mr, Paul Gil more will appenr here in Sam S. and Lee Shubert's .Orfgirial New York production of Clyde Fitch's comedy, "The Bachelor" i Fire destroyed eleven cottages Strathmnire and Lakeside, two sum- mer resorts on Lake St I CHIIS, on the St. Lawrence, and rendered. nine- ty people No one t4 or seriously iajurcd, b Kfll- -i returned j iis i ..roin tlic wcsf to Minneapo- side the i wo year limit. !ls nf. thc publication of 13. II. Lemon, insurance manager' die story of. Ilia marriage ami the for Osier, Hammond and Nantoii, couple'Were iiir'iiililc to convince their Winnipeg, is dead. j n ieniis that it was not true.' Thru The Right. Hcv. Francis Pagct, j to .gel married and the Bishop of Oxford, died ..yesterday., I Vaii ihc-rcault.. The briil'c rcccivpil SS.'llllO as a John Thompson, caretaker at NT- diKif gift from -her uroUier in, MIs- pawan Point, near Ottawa frll into well ami was killed. WILL FINISH BLOCK AT CALGARY f Winnipeg, Aug. Bin-bridge, stores commissioner for. the Hudson's Bay company todny-VtaU ed that work on the Hudson's Bay building at Calgary- would-stop In about two .weeks. "We want to change our plans for the upper p'art oE the building, that .is then the work will Le rushed to he STIRLING NEWS Jeffrey is of- A writ has been issued by the Roy- al 'Hank of Canada Glen Campbell, M.F., .for-Dauphin, and T. jfering for' eale his -153 acre farm, one G. McLaurin, for being laud a half miles west of Nov.- Stirling, issued to them on May 1st with is" -ho tarn il Icrest and 'other charges. Particulars ,nii1' shRds, and-290 good crop. -Mr. Jeffrey's only 0 reason for selling is a de-sire to return Manitoba. .The property is a good one. and'-Mr. Jeffrey should have no difficulty in getting the price he asks an -acre. Air. iMoi-e, .of iho butcher shop, re- turned from Lfit'Uhridgp jcsl-errtay. rl. .tl, .Johnston, of :hc (own Peter Van Westaiim, head of the Westramont.e Paving Co., of Brant ford fell and fractured his toria B. C. skull at Vic- DAN ON THE STUMP The Calgary News-Telegram says that 'Dan McGIIiicuddy will stump for the Conservativ- es in the present campaign. was a .business ".visitor to Let lib ridge yesterday. There were fifty present at the Con- ference., of (ho Young Ladies' lUutual Improvement Association held at Stir- ling yesterday. 'Plans were made for the work .of ttic coming- weeks, and the state of the organization looked in io. The Raymond delesatos were Airs Gordon, .Miss Reid, Miss ISricisson, Miss'Young: arid .Mrs. Brnmwell. Mrs. Pansy Gordon presided. A 'conference t will be next Sunday. The' RaymontJ Church mVfe quar- tette is-to Shis-at the service at New Stirling church next Sunday. the gmieral :syno'd of the Kniclund in Canada will he at. -sUrting Sept.. ti. fj'he Nc'.Tcmcre decree .will he the subject of a strong resolution. S. ICE.FAMINE IN LONDON London, Aug. hot weatlVer has .'caused an ics famine and the demantld of Loudon and Pro- incial centres for ice cannot isfied until the firrivai of cargoes from Norway. i EXCITED? Practically of the decisive bat- tles.of the world were won men of cool head, rather than those of super- or genius. John Churchill, who never lost a battle, was but a man of cool head. The immortal Nelson, wlio a naval commander, had an equal, may never have; 'a ma'n always de- jected and at war with "himself, fei- cept when in the face of the .eneoiy, then as chipper as a little maid pick- inR Flowers, attributed his fortunepto a cool head. get excited over a fuel famine when the Otis Staples Lumber Com- pany Limited, at Wycliffe, B.C., has four thousand cords of 12 and 15 inch "wood as dry as a bone for sale nt 50 por cord, F.Q.B. .Wycliffe, or J5.50 K.O.B. Lethbrldge, Alta. When You led Printing Remember that have aaicmbled an.excellent equipment of machinery and skilled'-'men for your service at Jhe Herald Job Department! All you need do is to hand ui the copy, tell us what you want and we will turn out the work to your 1 We try to make every Job that leavei our shop advertise the quality of our printing. _. make a specialty of. letterheads: Billheads: Statsments and allformt of commtrcial ifation.ery. We carry a ppod stock of iMitlble paper. We can also supply you with posters, tickets, programs, .book- lets, visiting oards and In fact anything In the printing line- It is always advisable to order.In plenty of time, but if you are in a hurry we will do bur best, to help you out.' The "Herald "Job Department ;