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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE EIGHT IE iVETHBRllXiK .DAILY 113RALP SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 ENMED MEN WILL F MMBBTOIM not returned to work on cai goes ou tho vessels la port and say 'will not until liM returned soldiers have olspewed. Uale Proceeded 10 the soldiers' meeting on the Quuble Vancouver, Aug. sol- diers at noon to-Jay took vossesslon ot the Longshoremen's Hill, oustlni about 100 of the union men. la the place and passed a series of resolu- tions erpresc Ive loyalty and depre- cating the stand taken by by Socialis- tic labor. No physical damage- was done to either the union men or their property.- The demonstration waa caused by a telephone message pur- porting to coma trom the Longshore- men's hetdijnarters to one ol the mil- itary hospitals. The speaker on the telephone the soldiers were cow- ards and dared them to make a de- monstration against the longshore- man. Automobiles were hastily re- quested and A large paitY of returned men was landed at the isM In a ver.v Toronto Conserva- tory of Music Sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O, LL.D., President A. S .Vogl, Mus. Doc, Musical Director The Most Splendidly Equipped School of music in the Dominion. Unrivalled Facilities for the Thorouuh Training of Profes- stonal and Non-Professional Students. A WELL-APPOINTED RESI- DENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS. Send for Year Book, Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. Conservatory School of Expression Special Calendar F. H. Klrkpatrtckj Ph.D., Principal Publto Reading, Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art and Literature. short time. Headed by four ol (leers the men. marched Into (he place. shoV- ag aside any union iren aueaut- ed to slop them. After the returned sololers leti the Longshoremen's Hall, a committee re- urned and served notice on the union fflcialB that they must get rid ol Jack: KavaaiEh. a longshoreman, who 5 held largely responsible for tho as tatlon resulting In iho sympathetic strike. They served notice that it he did not leave they would run him out of town. Mayor Gale was notified and s attending the conference between the relumed soldiers' committee and Ihe union officials. Must Leave City. Vancouver, Aug. non- commissioned officers who wera pro- minent In.Saturday's demonstration against labor leaders have compiled a "black list" containing tho names ot the labor men whom they hold respon- sible for the sympalbetic strike over the death of Goodwin, the draft ev- ader. This morning they are still de- termined that these men must leave the city. Clean Them Out. On leaving the Longshoremen's Hall the returned soldiers marched to the Gamble Street grounds to await the reply of.the nnlon men to the demand that KaYanagh should leave the city. During the speech-making that follow- ed it was suggested that Vancouver soldiers should emulate the example set by the Toronto men and clean out the Greek restaurants here. The Greeks, it was 'declared, were, growing rich out of the. war, to which they had contributed neither men, morvey or good wilL The proposal met with ap- probation frdm tha large gathering j Speech making is still' In progress. Mayor Urges Moderation. A local iank manager has received from a farmer customer of tho bans following description ot tha chan- ges ha has made in his binder In order to pick up the short grain: We have rigged our binders and will cut over mcst ot the taken' everything' oil tho binder but tha platform and tho reel. Quo tho reel slats we have put canvas belt- ing. We spread one of the elevator anvassos on the platform and cut It ull of short grain, then pick !t all up at onco and pour It out In s pile. We don't try to elevate or bind lie grain, as we look ail that part of the machinery off EO that It is no heavier than a cut with two good loi-ses as we havo to 'stop to unload it at every stook row. It sure sweeps up even- head'and eaves H. H u doesn't make more than two to live bushels per acre wo can get It nicely this way will stock and thresh as head- ed grain. Tell erery farmer you can that he can mako more than double wages on grain fie thinks Isn't worth cutting. It he hasn't any old canvas belting to put in'-taw edge ot tho reel slats, he can go to aay harness shop and get cotton canvas such as sad- dlers use for miiklriK back cinches or back bands. This canvas keeps all dlers and officials of the Longshore- men's union over the demand of the former that1 Jack KavanajS, Labor leader, forthwith leave the city, ad- journed to meet at So'cloct for fur- ther 'discussion. The longshoremen Fulfills the Requirements of Quality Street -s .Whenever you rwruire White make sure of getting the one White Lead that U unequalled for fineness, whitenen, covering capacity and durability. Ajlc for the guaranteed GENUINE RB. WHITE LEAD Whether tinted or used u white, the finish estab- lished by last longer, protec t Setter, and fin? remain' more beautiful than any other White Lead yet produced. White Lead jener- prov- ed by its long contin- ued its value over all other' pigments, to Brandram's B.B. White Lead hat proved its superiority over other malcea by its survival as the -leading brand for nearly two centuries. Lad Death as s result of sunstroke, 13 almost unteard ot in Southern Alberta but such seems to have heen the cause of the untimely 'demise of sixteen year old George Henry. Harrey near God- dard .the .bluer day. Coroner, Hum- phries who has Just returned trom holding' Elates, that the hoy lett his home on Monday morning wltu two saddle' horses to ride, for his He was accompanied' .boy. On Wednesday BUl.Luilns found young Harvey lying oj'ihe'prairie in'i semi- conscious condition.'He asked him what "waa the matter and the that his 'Head 'hurt. Latins took htm (o Fred Popbfl's horn? where hfl was' given Borne coffeo and some- thing" to eat lie .was. then to Skiff and l I 197 WRITE OR SEE WJ. LLOYD, SHERLOCK BIULD1HO, LETHBRIDGE I SOL since the. last inrestlcatlon and tftfc new will not affect'the new quarte'r'eywase scale, It IE thought an increase in the neighbor-, hood ft 10 cents per day on.the pay of all miners wjf shortly be forthcom- ing to dato from August I. DIVIDENDS DECLARED Montreal, Aug. ot. tha Woods Milling Company regular quar- terly dividend of 2H per. cent, on the common stock and 1% per cent on the preforred> payable Sept, Z, to holders WHOLE SCHOOL BOARD COMPOSED OF WOMEN Vernon, BC, Aug. a recant meeting p[ the Krddlestoti school dta trlct three .women :wera elected to time In history when fall'board of women trustees, was retoraed.- HAY AT TON Vernon, BO, Aug. tuyi 7 srs have been scouring the Okanagan for hay. sales have of record on August 24, was 'declared board of probably the flnstat per ton, fob MADE IN CANADA Indications that another boost In the price of coil 13 .fur- nished Ibis morning when B. Harri- son, W. P. McNeill and Prank Wheat- ley, the cost.of living commission in connection with the miners' waga scale Tialted the city. It Is fairly gen- erally understood that an Ilia price ot the commodities catering Into tho cost ot living has taken place ________________if TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. 310 Fifth Strut South. 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No matter what cars you may have driven, you will approve or the fine motor action, the easy control, the wide flexibility, the responsiveness of to-day's Chalmers, i No doubt, you have heard ol the Chal- mers "Hot Spot" and the "Ramafcora" How great the improvement they have made is a story only the; car can properly'tell. Make e for vourstU. Drift to-dayV. Chalmers. A demonstration will be arranged far, any tine. CHALMERS COMPANY of Canada, Limited Oat i 313 SIXTH STREET SOOTH PHONE 1M7 ftjIJM ttfifM MM- fijHtM ;