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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald.'s Page of Live Local News LETH1BRIDGE DAILY HERALD v TENT FOR CHAUTAUQUA SELL WOOL ANO'67e Selling has again, bicpme brisV in local wool. The Southern Al- berta Woolflrower'f1' Association his Just disposed of three car. loads'of wool for'Borton through the Canadian Co-operative., of To fonto at prices of 66s arid 67c per pound'for the wool Iri greise This is considered a vtry figure. The tent for If. is (o be ivtst corner at ti City Cuunril Sends Mayor To Convention of lies at Kingston Local News Where To Find It PAGE 3KVEN MAO RATH AND BARONS MEET AGAIN .Magrath anil Karons yliiy h-iv tuiuimovv ntfcM al KvLatiirin 1'nrk. The suulh- .-in team fi'ol lhat they have, ivuti luc gains last Wfdii'.-3'Iiiy. ami will! llatbac tuinorruw llisbt hope to luru lilt; il FREE IP. Opponents, it Is -Understood, Were Able To Hold Theiv Own With One Big Union Advocates I'liere was a stormy held in tlie Library, oil Mill Street; Houlh oh'Sunday In .regard to It, be taken a? lo whether'she- miners j sbould cast In their lo; with O. Anxious To Get liuck To Work Though Tliev iJnic-ic in .Organization IHvim- hy motor from his hum." ...i LonsW'1- ihe persuasliflis ot .McN'abb and Charles I'cacpck Ibal llic men should remain with'.the O.li.l1. 'scciio occurred between Ker- rigan, who Is opposed to the O.U.L, aiiil Donald McNabb. The latter sec- ilk Kerrigan at Iby" mecllng.. which was called for the asked him what lie was doing llii're ami threat eii'ed lo put him out. of UieVniim of Canadian 'Municipal iu Kerrigan, how- elected slay, and his friends present were slrong enough al HID wetting lo hold the fort on be- half., A vole '.alien the meeling sliuw'cJ a majorily for Ihe inter- WHEN USING nal tv came Ilirough Ycllowalono am! Ulac'icr l-arlis on .ijisjr; way 10 city ami are Inakins trip to last for some monlhs. Mr. Kchocncmsnn has. large farm- interests in Southerly AlbcrUi. owning len sections of land situated in the Wilson Siding and Coatdale ills iricts All these lami are rtry farms Two seclions of his holdings will conic under tho Irrigation schemes in which lie is VerV much Interested. At the oily I'omuil meeting noMiinn Mi.yur llanlli: avi deli-gale lo I bo convention Mrs. Kinnia JoJmeton lo be Ill-Id, at Kingston 1111 12tll. 13Hi and Ulli. This ill convenlion tl lalive for held in Ollavta There will bf Iliree ;he I'nion n[ 1'auadia The oilier n August ot son's farm and her leg fractured in II is becoming evident iliat a nunv ,ber oMhe miners :..rc selling "ise lo mother of I flic situation thai ttiey have bnc-n uv ..i-.. known Sc-w made ilie tools of certain panics in I'ed in ihe Halt bos- Ihe present slrike. In other words. :s received when she hhey do col know where they are of a hussy at her iTliis was ihe Impression carried IIR' NCilCl" industrial convenlion to couple of places. llth. 'Mrs. Johnston was a very estimable- from lady. 05 years of ;uid came to from Carthage. Missouri. Ill 191'i !T j 1UIS was lite >y a '.lie Herald this, morning a are Slavonians mid used to work in i Tbc I'nitcci IrrlEaliun on (lie t oiihrane ranch is iinamiumis for liTlcaliun. The vote ionic place on IH ii-iiiuita. m'ria iiwii, before the, wllh her hnshaml. W. Herbert .lo Johnston. KiiiKston convention, for nominal on wno wit.i a. foi the Ottawa mccllns, arc Mayor j anil a daughter. J ra. ti. of liray of ID Daylon, survive. tral' Canada, ami fonimissioner lie- (uucral will lake iilaco tomor- Local 57t of Ihc M. of .Montreal, to renrcsem Kast- ern Canada. Mr. Schoencmann was for a short lime. In HOS. and liouglit cons of which-lic has he has been a regular rcarter ut Ihe Ik'lhbridBu Herald for the.l'asl It-n years. row, I lev. Capl. Dcnuou isiio BEAD DIRECTIONS The following resolulion In resard in Ihe citv to Ihe inlervievv of the mayor will; -iiV Attorney-General Hoylc. al Kdmonion. fllcbavs was'adopted. The effect of Ihc rcfb- lutioi: is that Ihc mayor doc-5 not I contemplate for the present interfer- ing with Ihc police force as const1.- luted. The Interview will lie publish-1 cil in Ibu next issue of tbc Herald. The resolution reads as follovrs: "That the mayor's report, ot the lit- l lervlcn- that he and Mr. Hall hart I 'the Boylo be received and 1 filed anil approval be given lo inc present policy of policing until .the Hon. Mr. lloyle is pjeiiared lo ,'givc some concrclc evidence that Ilie works dciiartment not proceeded w-ith, ba useil for Ihc.Installing of mclcrs has been granted by Ilie Public Nalhan New York mer- For cxcfiBsivc akin abrasions rash the spot with KORA-KOX1A. to Ultom powder tut ccmtilM addftfocal rroperliM. li to mmmer tune to the eslublishmcnl of tho Jews EXTRAORDINARY QUESTION? anmninic n.lilllo later where we wll be located. MOVING PRIZES CHAIRS'PROVIDED FOR THE MDWS SALES DAILY PniViTE SALE AT AUCTION MORNINGS AFTERNOONS, AUCTION SATURDAY'S EXTRA SALE M A.M. P.M. TO P.M. TO P.M, HORACE DORER IN CHARGE E. A. EWEKI, Jeiveier SALE STARTS THURSDAY, AUGUST 7-TH, AT O'C The- rteiiutalion slated that lilt men. they represent conic from1 Ihe uorlli and of'whal is known as Sla- vonia in Europe. Living Ihcrc they arc u friendly commuuity amongst themselves but have no iuiluentlul friends lo help thein in any way. Their only friends outside of themselves are (he "bears in is the way Uie spokcsil'-in nut il. These Slavs do -1101 concern Ilicm- selves wllii politics, either in Ihcir wn country or In Canada: Ihey are alisfied so long as Ihey earn a peace- ill living. Politics bolb in Iheir own ounlr.v. and In Canada Is something vlrch'tbey do not pretcml to under land and it is hard for them lo un- derstand. All Ihcy know about noli- ics in Ibotr country is that the prin- cipal1 officers are Germans, Anstrians and Hungarians, -who are. foreigners to Ihcm. In Canada they do not worry about politics, leaving (his In the veterans and tho farniers, as the spolicsmun in Ibat it immeuiate- ly concerned fli.e former hail fought in the war. and the latter in that they were holders oti laud. All lliev desire Is lo be right with the country they have made their homes iu. Misled as to 0.' B. U. it was only last spring these miners heard of the 0. ili. V. and they say tliev were given to understand that it was a body that all Canadians were joining and "which Ihey should .They consequently did so as all Hie officers of the local were British sub- jects, and they did nol want to refuse their request. Now they have heconie suspicious of -what llic means in Ibat olner unlulis have not joined it and !hetrniners.T are the only one; reprcstnled in' it. The representative of the foriy min- ers went 611 'to.' say that they nndcr- stood thai when they went on slnkej i it was in 'sympathy with what they I i-were loid was -LSI: what it meant I i they did not know, beyond llot tbey p were Sold il- wasUho'righl Ihlng I [Now they say they are told Uial the strike w'as for Ihe O.B.li ..Study' Intirtsts of Canada The': Slab's '.Represented by the to get back to I work, but at the'same time they are', Jalso' ausloui- not to go unless i proiicrly organized. It is immaterial to them whclher the organization is ihat of IbE U.M.W. of A. or the O.U. U. EO long as; It is not against the interests 61 Canada. veys are nuw under way und ihe pco- are eager lo sei al ilie cnnslrui-. ion of llic ditulu's. am! liave Ilia uso of Ihe r lor ihc laud ucxl Vcasmi. Messrs, l.eaviu and Smith were the ciiy loday to ihi- irri lion convention ;it Medicine Hal. KO.MOXTON. AUK. K- Dumlnloa markcl rcprcsl-.ilativc a Hie Kdujonlun stot-Vyarils. has a win lloilay (torn thf of usricul lure c-uuwrniiiK >he accc-ptanco b; Ihr Riivernment of Ihe workins ar raneeineiits proposed lor llu- moviv nienl hayinB Jtfiis and liveslncl u tbe north. Some has aris ell as lo Hie Ilaminlon anlhorilio! cuii'i'iitiui: In on a JO-JO basis ir Ilie sjipu-.i'nl of slock, their claim inn niai ine railways should bear I .-hare of ihe cost, llius making a Ihiro for taih pany lo the agreement. Ot the ursc-m ot ihe iirovlnciai Boveinmcnl. however, (his point ha( uow been waived ami Ottawa agrcel 10 iiay lialf the rale, with the'Albertl guviM-'ninem paylnj; Iht olhcr half. The relief iar.fi will. Ihercforc. ho come effective at oncu. It will uro vide ihe farmer wllh absolutely fret transportation for his haying onlfilf uud livestock bolli ways and tor hi! cut of hay" on the return trip. In Emu-lions are being given according I Iv lo railwav ucents on the ihrec linel I and ihe biils will be footed by Hit I two This afternoon John Nelson ot tho Vancouver World wired W. A. Buch- anan of Ihe Herald as in re gard to airplane just finished talking to Hoy over the telephone. Fos; still thick over valley, holding up three aviators were lo fly. tsday, at different parts, as he'bal'l get through to tho prairies in daj-ligllt noiv anil as barometer is falling have tulvlsed he return to (he and rcueat attempt in morning. This he anJ officers league concur in. Hoy himself keen lo go on but Vernoil reports heavy rain and Merrilt'ailverae condition; View all circumstances bilsard, too great. Many campers have been slayinj away 'from Watcrton Lakes Par! during tho. [last couple of weeks, ao cording lo repurts of officials thera owing to Ihe announcement in thl Herald that campers' fires in the foresl reserves bad been prohibited owing tl tlie pi-evalenct! of forest fires. It 11 ijuite true that campnrs' flres havi been prohibited in the forest reserves but campers are allowed anywhere il Waterton Parks, and Ihey are alloived lo build such fires as may be neccs sary for Ihc ordinary camp cooking No one need stay away from Water- Ion Lakcs'therefore on this account. Tiio deatb 'occurred at Iht- Royal Jubilee Victoria. B.C., ot Joseph Mbt-'arland, aged 71 years, who was a resident'In that city past seven years. Deceased succumb eri lo'ir-.Jurles-cansed by btlrig knock cd ;an nuto while stepping on lo a street The late Jir. -McFarland was ono o the first settlers; the Macleod ills trict and known to old Miners, lie 'al oife thno owned wha is now the Federal Nines. FIVE YEARS AGO Today, August 4th, should .bo remembered asfthe momentous day in which'Great Britain .de- clared war on the cent al powers. It is a which is a signal one in tho history of the Empire. Coming in the of peace, August lib has signification dif- ferent to five years ago when the eivlliied v.orld was turned Into a onr way, i Roberu and Baker, COUTTS, ALBERTA ;