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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I-CTUBRIDGE; DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, AUGUST p tf I Government Says the O.B.U. Is Illegal and Won't Recognize It Orders for the openmg sixteen mines in District 16, this morning. Issued last night by Fuel Commissioner Armstrong, who L .hai been in Calgary for thf past 'few djyc. The O.B.U. is held to be Illegal under the criminal code, according to a. joint decision of the mine operators and officials of District J1S, United Mine Workers, and en- dorsed by Fuel Commissioner Armstrong. the approve! of the federal department of labor. 'In ft statement issued Cou-missiouar Arrastrons declared his Learty en- delation joiiit decision reach- til by Jlfte Operators' wild the United Mine inter-' iiaiional officials lhat there could be iiq loleratioa ot Uie O.B.U. 'knd.lhat Iho Q.B.U. was Illegal under- the criminal code, uhlch coir declared Jt 16'bo an cffenee to support any move lucnt which had -Tor its object (he ovenhoriv ot constituted authority. Sir. ATRiEirotig'giVes Ibia endorsement frith the approve) of Ihe federal de- partment of labor. The statement is- sued last is as foHavrs: aims of the One L'ofoii ss Indicated by its constitution issued at the conreutlou ield in Calvary in June, are clearly in contravention of tbe provisions at the criminal code, declares it to be an offence to belong to aiiy orpLnijalion which ad- ypcfilcs force, confiscation of properly TYilhou; coin pens a l Ion, and the over- ifirow of constiluted Eurm of govern- QH; -Ono Bis U'niog leaders have ou various occasions openly advocated trie UEO cf theso uu- lawful methods, and because rhey are 'not. recognized by (be international labor movtrueEt, they aud iLeir organ- ization cannot be recognized or toler- ated. The Mine Operators' Assoda- lion Hnd tic United -Hlnc XYorSeiVor- ginizatforf are m complete accord oa this point and their decision is lully by H. Armstrong, fuel director, .OD behalf ol and with the approval of ilse deparuuont of labor. ".Ail Iteftt rcarlie.1 iodlrldual mines will be opeuwl on order of llie fuel director and sutti be issued as soon as individual uperators and UIQ repre- sentatives of railed Mine tt'ork- ers of America are In a iMjsttten tD start said v'rovJdtd by exM- ng with tiat and all orders Usued by .Ihe director coal operations uJiIrli, including Order No. 121, o( April, ogether with the rights therein as to setilemeEl and adjuufmeiils 'of Ufa- The resunxuiidn. he mines now [ueniEOlres -who are susrameed mtes and conditions as sei forth iu the ca- sting agHeiuent and Order 124, which to Ihe outside employees -nine jours' pay tor eight hours' work, anJ Order No. 12G. which has refer- en'ca to nexr iigreeiuenL "Orders have been issued (oJay for reopening or 1C mines in District IS." Robsrtton Sees Christophers Hon. Gideon Robertson, miuisler ol labor, liad a conversation at Calgary yesterday with P. X. Christophers, iier president of Disirict IE, aud bead of the O.B.U- among the-nituerg. Mr. Robertson told Mr. Chirstophers that tho government held the O.B.U- to be an-illegal movemiot under ibe criminal code, in that it foslerod the idea of overthrow of constituted au- thority.. Mr. ChriMophere argued that this did not appear ia tbc coaslilu- troh of (he Mr. Robertsou in reply argiied thai whUe it might not. be In black and vfhite In-.the consUtulion, yet it was implied, and that ideas had been udrocatcd openelj' T'TOOI _tlie public -platform by leaders' ol ilie O.B.U. Mr, Gbnslopbi-Ts bae goiie to his homo. In BUiirmore, nnd-it is under- stood" that Ed Browne, secretary of the O.B.U., lias also gone to his for- mer hoiue EL Taber, where hts tamUy is residing, WLVXIPKG. Aujr. WAS 5lal- ed in local mllway today ihat unless ibo sovernnipui Isj able to to arraufie-j uienls. tlio dosiroylcpof tbe bis iraue- fer'etevaror ci Vort CoJburne a few diiya ago will have svrlous elfecl on. freight rules, aril will tuld to the cosi! ot the western xrop to the east. la' tL? eraia Las" been Ukeu by" tOUT Iroia ,ihe iiead of tho Irte's ut Fort ami Port iir'tp Port Colbofne mid iherc trans- llira'uftli iHe destroyed elevator to be'shipped by.rail" to eud biher thus avoiding tlib long' rouniJ-'uboui railroad route tjoui the >rest, 1-U Is understood govern; mefil .negotlatirie a large niLlliOE ;concern, vlisVing mills and u elevator for Inmsferrins of the sraiu. I( ihe western grain is compelled to be carried cast by lii-3 all-rail route, 11 rrill mcau'-hJglier costs of iranspor- tatipn and a'Jower nrlco Ihe fanners l receive for their grain. NEIISOII CHOCOlftTES Just Arrived We have tlie knomi lines such as: DB10NSTRATOR MASTERPIECE SUPER SIX ASSORTED FRUITS, NUTS In and 3 pound packages. THESE ARE FRESH MD TICKLE THE LADIES' SWEET TOOTH, Hedley Drug Co. Real Seville Orange I'Mafmalade AM Qfangc. BclitJ tnU cafe In rs-a rsx TT. TORT OnL, Aug. The Northern "NaTigalion company's ffeemer aground on Angus Island in-the smote and log at Slo'ckicfe this mominK aad is still fast Two' lugs, Ihe Saraia, and the Bowman, left this nioroing TO asiisl'lier, anJ the Shamrock 62 ae'passengers who arc said lo no: danger. The Iluronlc iras boand for. Port Arthur from Dulath. The Angus hland shoal is the same reef tmviiigh the Monfcsharens was about 32-years ago, and some lime strong repTEsenlalions were sent Id the department. OL marine.and fisn- wfes frocqj the-boards at tie bead of-, ttie lakes k fo bare a light placed on this, dangerous wireless. re cijiVed from tht Hamonic: oritside exaniinatloi shows riimagcil p.i Low..1' Bottom ripped "i hatcb. PaesenEers are beiug biMiiES.. Steamer DTgh'on 3laj- not b'c.abhf U) moi'c un lli'repairs made; disaster only ayoid' calm sea; Passengers arriving Pgrt Arthur this -i7he Hnronic "was at Colling-1 Vood in J902.- She is 321 feet a tonnage ol 3S30. She ia com-1 by.CapL 1NE Damages in Action Brought by Henry Will Be Very Small 2110UXT CLEMOXS. ilicb.. Auj. 15. amount ol costa that Henry ford may receive from ihe Dailr aildilioa to the sii- cents damageE awarded bim last uighL fay a jnry, which henrd-hia libel suit, against :t6c" Chicago will not exceed ?50. Under a Michigan law, where nominal damages are axarded, not more than costs can be aisessed ageinst ihe" losing party. Arthui Lucking, senior connsel for Mr.-Ford, eaid-lhU .mornins Ibal 111- Ue -aUtnliou' has been EITCD to the matter of and that until ho had lo'oltcd up tbe law covering (he caae he'coiild jiot say bow much the plain- tiff could eipecl Lo recaire. Am-ong other attorneys, toe opinion held inat fn where dam- ages awarded amounted to less than J50, the costs collectable ruaj r.ol ei- cced the Judgraanl In this OYeiH, Mr. Ford could demand only sli cents cost from the Tribune; PURE FOOD MARKETS Week End Specials Choice Cuts of Beef al, per 18c, 20c and 22c Choice Cuts of Veal at, per Ib. 15c, 18c, 22c and 25c Choice Cuts of Mutton at, per Ib......v Slewing Mutton at, per Ib. Choice'Creamery Butter at, per Ib.........-......, Special Tomato Sausage at, perjb, Prime Roast Beef Dripping at, per Ib. Fancy Fi-esh Killed Fowl at, per Ib. Special Chickens, Dominion Market Phone 1654 Dominion Fish "Market Phone 545 Main Market Phone 412 URNS CO. Umited ..BOARD Of COMMERCE .TO "Visit'PRINCIPAL CITIES I OTTAWA, Aug. the tf many Iht new Boird ot Commerce will in Joint VMuion viitt all ihe principil ;eitiei of Canada and conduct there- open of inquiry Into Ihe and price condition; and the foiifit of remedying ccn- IT HOUR DAY .SAVED-A STRIKE 3T. CATHARINES, Ont., Aug. offer of an tfay fay "the Dominion government ,pliced hit nljhl before a maat of workers o) all trades Weljand canal and lco', thul averting (he itrlhe. Pure Fruit Flavors All our sodas, sundaes arid ice cream dishes conlain freshjmil flavors and that's why they've different. This, the wide Variety and the pleasant surrounDings make our parlors jwpular. You Will Enjoy Eating Here in Hot Weathdr We hive a wide variety ot ili-hea to ttinpl Ihe hot veither npnollte. From a ilamtpolnl o( comfort why k-t wife hcrfolf Dier a liol store, heat up your home, anil permeate Ihe air. iclih opureaalre cooking odors, when you can tat comlortiibly p.nd at Klrl-. e. vrticre foe greal variety menu enables you lo tc.Icct your preferred Joad. prepared vfjth all the' Mccllc'nco and UatlncM of homo cooking, It pays lo eliminate aomc ol the euminsr 606, 3rd Avenue Ss NO HOUSEKEEPER has ever raised the question about the quality of KERR'S GROCERIES It's economical to gel the best. Every clclail of om- service will please and satisfy. Here's a List of Interesting Prices KERR'S QUALITY FRUITS Ellierla Peaches, clloict n 1 ft (able variety, case Peaches, per CHf baiket JUC Euur Cbcrrics, QCvi basket OJt Blue Plums, basket JC Egg Plums, bsrahet ftJC BLACKBERRIES Choice Fruit direct from grower, per case C'nnlcloupe, 7rtr Aiiplca. good cookers, OC- 2 1D3. for iOC KERR'S QUALITY" VEGETABLES Uree'u Com, per Jozeii "V TlelJ Tomatoes, Ijasktu OyC Hot House TonmtueF, 'JO- per Ib............... Oil. StlUMll. Oer UOC Green Deans, 3 Ibs. "JC- lor Wax Ucans. 3 Ibs. THE TEA THAT MEETS THE ECONOMICAL' NEEDS THE HOUR. KERR'S SPECIAL A beautiful Broken Ornnse Pekoe o( fine .ricli licjuor.. This iveek, WUC Sunkiat Orange Jelly :...........'-----t'l C> Siinkls! Orange llarmalide ftt Wegstafle'E Iteil'Curraiil Jelly................. lloyal Sslail. Dressing, ZJc al Sslail. DressinE, AAf c and COOKED MEATS oilert Ham, 7C_ per Ib................ Jy Roast Pork, .Ashlainl Specialtj', rer for ucuinijcrs.. -f C each -19 ,jer ill Green per Ib. Celery. ttioiie. IIM, per Iu. Indr. I QC- eacii jOC I'oivfjcr. Oolil SUinlard. KoKUlar L'o_p bfzc, on Hils wteli iUC Making Powder, Nabob, or HcgDlar clear, .r.1b........-------- OUC .McLaren's Imperial 't'tf CheeFe JiigerEoll CrcHUi .Cllieese Ontario Ib. 40c V.nn bamn's Hominy, fCP. Xo. :t lin Stiinacll. Gold B.r................. iOC PoialocfJ, In lins, liibby's J I C j Llhljy's Kraut, in linn 44c Look over., our men{ or Fancy Biscuits. Prices ranging from 30c to 60c per Ib. llenaon'a Prcparcil Corn ef Starch, iicr plig. IDC tlnri Pickles. In OO tins LOt JAM "Jlaiustlrlcy The. ptsl1 slrHwberrj' Jam In niiido by all I Ib. palls, each TtJ3' Krumblcs. Special this 11., liC Pickles, Ilelnz Sued -Mlicd, In Irallf, per 'tfl.. plnl OVC Sweet Oerkina, per dozen..-........... JupG Ollvts, large Queen, oft Family Grocers Phone. 5 ;