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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAf AUGUST THE LETHJMIIPGE DAfLY HttRALP PAGE SfNfc JUPPERCRII Sir Charles wan also disappointed that no Canadian was discussing a boycott of German goods alter the Gen eral a foremost French comman der had told him that there was no question that Prance would not allow French raw materials to go to Ger roaHy after tUfj Germany depend ed on the Imports of raw materials largely from allied countries for her and thfeats of stopping these would go far toward shortening the flays Harden Should Have Sup ported Hughes Re Hun Pacific Possessions Charles Hibbert f Who has re cently returned from In an interview In the Vancouver World to day criticizes what he terms the nambypamby utterances of Premier Borden In Great He regrets representative at the Imperial Conference did not supporl the contention of Premier Hughes of Australia Ihfegttrd o the former Ger man possessions In the It was a question of vital Importance to Can wall as to Australia and it was significant that Premier Hughes had to his contentions In public UP 1HE STRUGGLE WIHEIURKS Were Compelled to Sign a Peace To Prevent Extermina tion CROWS NEST TOSUPPO Kvery 10 c Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS Kill MOPE FlIES THAN VvUfMH OF ANY MICKY 1 AKHJR Sold by all Croccira and General Klndenwten te For Calender apply to the National Ar menlan Council of Tiflls was corape 1 ed to sign a peace with Turkey in order to save a large section of the Armenian population from extermina but the struggle agaHnst the Turks is according to a cable message given out in this city today at thB headquarters of the AT menlan Union of America from its accredited representatives The message said the Armenian army was holding the As London advices state the British army are now at it is likely that the British forces are with the Armen The message was Have received telegram from Northern Per sia to the effect that the National Ar menion Council of Tlflis was compell ed sign a peace with Turkey where bythe district of Ertvan as far as the River Karhagh on the have been proclaimed as inde pendent Arirpnian republic and this In order to save a large section of the Armenian population from The struggle against the continues and the Ar menians are holding the BakuBite avetpol the commander of the Armenian forces at Nahitchovan has protested in the name of the Armen ian army against the peace treaty with Turkey and has declared that his army is determined to continue the war against the A large section of the Armenians from the district of Mars and Alex andropol occupied by the Turks have moved to Vladicaucasus and are in great KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT White Dressing fOR WOMENS AND CHILDBEN S SHOES ALBERTA LADIES COLLEGE Formerly of Red Deer UNIVERSITY EDMONTON A High Class Residential School for Girls Women Course of Study and High School PINE ART PHYSICAL Students of all school ages are FALL OPENS SEPTEMBER For Calendar the Provident Nervous 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members of the medical profession tho world Freer liars Coliman Wincarais Canadian 67 Portland Tirtaloi Frank Kiiiikat Salts Aftnisfar tkeVtmiwtn Kglfli Parsons Fas 113 Mixe 114ft Smsll Size from Following Drug Stow rGVNBOfrfAM FRANK DRUG Special to me Herald A mass meeting of Gladstone Local was to have been held here yester which would have caused a shut down of the mines for the upon the receipt of a wire from Presi dent Bigg at stating that a meeting of the government Armstrong and a committee of mine workers had been arranged for next Tuesday at which the matter was to have been brought before the meet ing here today would be taken A committee of Lees and had pre pared the following letter to be for warded to the minister of mines at and It was this letter that was to be laid before the miners to The letter follows To the Government of the Province of British Columbia a committee chosen by Gladstone of the United Mine Workers of to search into conditions relating to our claim for only one shift in twentyfour make the following which we think will cover every phase ot the subject To movement in regard to the one shift was solely inaugurat ed by a desire for greater safety in the mines at Coal Conditions in these mines were so abnormal tnat the government felt compelled to as given conditions which seemed banning to the engineering talent of the and which has resulted in an appalling loss of life in our In furtherance of this the chief mining engineer the Bureau of George was engaged to conduct an investigation of conditions in the Crows Nest coal Rices report will then be used together reports ap pearing in the department of mines annual the year ending 1917 to forward our tn regard to Rices re port we may say Hhot toe goes ex haustively into the question of bumps and their causes and his con cluBions may be regarded as While we may agree with his method of dealing with the yet we teel that the greater danger may be re garded as What is knownas blow outs or gas On page a statement Is made that the gas trow from Bast when the mine was was the as tounding amount of cubic feet per the mine was cubic feet was given there being approximately three times as much gas flow when work ing as when the mine was So it is safe to assume that when cubic leet is in twentyfour that the greater amount of cubic feet be given off in the sixteen hours of the three which would be cubic feet plus cubic which is the periodical amount given off on an idle which would equal cubic It may be pardoned us if we make little digression at this point in order to submit for your little data obtained from the city of Medi cine in order to make the condi tions we labor under more Manifest to the government and to people of the ana to further em phasize the terrific possibilities that can Am6unt of gas used at present in Medicine Hat for lighting and approximately dubic feet of gas Is used per day for a population ot To we would be a fair and reasonable methort of as certaining the gas if nec essity compelled us we Would have re course to the table of mine air sam ples page ofthe of Mines Report and though these fig ures would startle the mining yet in an inquest which would follow any case of asphyxiation these figures which we would produce from the own to show the highly dangerous conditions under which we com pelled to It may be shown or argued that Is a slightly abnormal and other figures may be to show a lesser content in any of the per we will state that Is no qualifying condition to account for content on page in fact nothing Inspectors visits or reports rarely mention slight bumps which releaje large of while there many of men being drawn out on account ot gas flow and no record being made ot tho On Afternoon We further draw the attention of the government to this phase of the gM flows blow outs and bumps that have taken place in the Crows Nest They have invariably happened on the afternoon shift which feature of the happenings Uearr out nines report wfyen Tie statea riiat tue nilnea are developing too contluuoujily or Developments are rapidly progrea aiug to a point of the apex of pieanuro and we oipeet great er gas flow we have the same cortditiona which were manifest ed at MorVlssey Mines when fourteen lives were Quality of Passing from this question of gas flows and though even the figures giv en on page 308 are unprecedented in the history of the coal mining notwithstanding the constant menace of the we feel that there is an additional danger that we are compelled to draw the attention of the government the quality of the gas tt is a matter of com ment that any miner coming here from other coal fields remarks the peculiar odor of the gas flow given off at Coal Creek and and we are quite prepared to accept Field ners statement on pages 337 and wherein he remarks that on anal ysis that ethene was the predomin ating gas or combustihle gas in Coal Creek having examined these re ports with all statements of analysis with the greatest care as far as we technically able we therefore come to the following conclusions That we agree with Rice in his recommendation on page paragraph b to prevent dan ger outbursts overwhelming That such ground be only advanced at a moderate one ahlft in twentyfour V we cannot deter mine conditionsof yet we can oat to the government that it has a share in the responsibil ity for our and that we will be in case of fatal arising out ofthese conditions to place the onus same on the gov I wonder what Pickwick would have thought of Australian soldiers at the door Of his inn And would Sarrt have had to say to tho pretty postwoman I turn down a narrow passe go at tho back of the old Here are still some portions of the At the door of one ot the little houses that are faced by tho walls of tho old house of captivity whero Dor lay a prisoner for a yoitth In the uniform ot the Royal Air Force Is talking to a greyhaired old prob ably I wonder the old lady thinks ot aeroplanes and and as I glancu up tfie little windows let into the high prison I wonder how the poor debtors would have felt on a Zeppelin As I look at the smart young fellow with his cap balanced jauntily on the side of his I think of the amaze ment with which Pickwick would have eyed him through his goldrim med and I see Sam Wellor Increasing the angle at which he wears his old white hat In good humored mockery at the Little Dorrlti In Little Dorrits playground child ren are still at but one of tho little girls is being called home by her The mother wears a uni form trousers to and there arc letters on the collar of her tunic which suggest that she Is In the employment of a windowcleaning How Little Dorrit would have stared to find a mother in trousers in her play ground And what would Maggie have said At the top end of the passage that leads from the Highstreet to Little Dorrits playground there are two es tablishments that were familiar ob In the Dickens One is a public house and the other is a pawn But though it is early in the afternoon the public house is closed by Legislatures harsh Before the war this establishment was so liberal lypatronized by the ladies of the neighborhood that the proprietor found it neoeasary to placard the win dows with a notice that no drink must be taken This was quite a necessary for until it was en forced you had to push your way through a small army of mothers re freshing the inner woman before you could reach the ground on which their offspring were at That typical scene of Dickens Land in London has passed with the probably never to And the riot of the streets as Dick ens knew them has passed The boys of the Borough no longer fight each They are fighting their countrys The ragged wreck age that inspired the pencil of Cruik Rlmnk conspicuous by Its Tho gorging the wnlltodo worshippers of llio flowing tho yduth and middleaged that found Us joy of life In the liot and rtbel nil these have Tho London that they knew throbs now with the staid and sober note oC good work ami good good work for tho and good will to Win High Grade American Dentistry WHEN you consider that yotir Wealth your everti the clearness of your speech depends on thn conilition of your surely you havr to lie roaxod Into visiting tho What thon is it that keeps you It cannot IIP as far as wo are concerned liecausn in view of the guaranteed lastingdental work which wn turn our prices are exceptionally one excuse remains to possibly are afraid of a deni al Then dismiss that from Xyour Wo have reduced painless dentistry to an exact Our pa tients from far and near gladly testify to the fact Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 393 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL DICKENS LONDON TIME IN WAR Some ififa o in the London Aa I wandered the other afternoon around the old familiar spots the Borough which are such appealing sur vivals of Dfckens Land in there came to my mind the lively let ter that the great novelist to his American Professor Felt describing the holiday tour in Cornwall he was making with Stantteld and Forstef If you could have seen but one gleam of the bright fires by which we sat in th big rooms of ancient dims at night until long after the small hourshad and or smelt but one steam of the hot punch which came in every evening In a china bowl I never laughed in my life as I did on this It would have done you good to hear me I think of the happy days and nights of long ago when Dickens found the Joy of life in every street and byway oftbTe great and the feast and the wassail bowl were typical of the Mfirrle England in which he I contrast them with the days that when Britain Is fighting for her very existence as a when the food of the people is strictly when the houses of cheer are closed during the many hours of the day and long before Curfew rings out and hushes the great city in I enter Borough from London and at the Southwark end of the bridge 1 find the New not contemplating the of the capital but in the uniform of the King and on his sleeve the wound stripes that tell of the share he has had in laving the Memories of Bill Slket As I step into the Highstreet a bulldog peers out at me from a nar row alley leading to an oldworld There is a wistful biscuits look in the animals eyes and I think of Bill Slkes and his and I wonderif Nancy would have managed something for the faithful beaat with one of her But the Nancy who passes me todaywears Bills regimental is doing a bit of good work for a and doing on the Western Near the top of the Highstreet there is an air raid warning which tells the nobility and gentry of the Borough that the greatest safety will be found by staying at I think of Fagtn on a night He would probably haVe gone down the nearest and the Artful Dodger and Charley being physically un would have been with And what an ideal bunting ground the tube on air raid nights would be for them I stroll along the Highstreet I note that conscription and war have played havoc with the Ptckeni types that until recently were to be found By the entrance to the yard of the Old where the woocjfui wnmln to re mluii us oMhe Pickwickian a couple of are chatting with Red On the spot where Pickwick met Sain tWo AmsHalittuHdUHera ate making a Jocivl of VDreuy ECZEMA SWAIZEMA as a treatment for Salt Pimples and Running Sores is no long er in Us experimental For years it has been earning testimonials like the following While at college some years ago my daughter developed Rozema on her Treatment by skin spe cialists for many while bene failed to effect a On her return home I decided to try a speci fic advertised locally as Swaizema1 compounded iby Improvement was noticeable in a short time and the disease disappeared following a few weeks It has not return ed for over two Guaranteed and sold In Lethbridge by THE KENNY ALLIN DRUGGISTS Advertisement If Its Electrical We Have It AND OUR PRICES ARE OUR WORKMEN DO 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