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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN CIVIC EMPLOYEES ASK INCREASE RETROACTIVE TO APRIL FIRST- MINERS ISSUE AN ULTIWATUM fllen worKirig in City Mine' Want Prevailing Wages Witliout Delay Application for thirteen per cent. Increase In wages, retroactive to Ut, was made by Civic Em- ployees Uulou No. 70, through a let- ter, presented to the city council this week. The letter follows: v "Pursuant lo a resoluiloii passed by Civic Employees Union No 70, August 12th, we arc hereby writing you.requesting the lo. per cent, in- crcasQ locally acknowledged as com- ing to our union re tho award to lha mlucrs Ih No. C mine which award; according to the council's resolution Monday, August 12lh. was to EOrcrn remuneration to above union. "Ami we'further request thai said IS cent, be retroactive to April I, In. the manner as to employees the past slus of their forefathers, -said Mr. Mellin- Eer. Although according to Ameri- can history books Mexico should have every cause to be grateful to America, this Is not the case, ns she considers her friendship has been under the guise of territory grabbing. And the fact remains that America does now possess .a great- deal of territory which belonged to Mexico, So deeply impregnated in the heart of every Mexican is distrust oC Amer- ica that any advances of friendship on her part arc only looked upon with nuspician and wonder as to what next fcho will M'hnl. Lower .Class Ignorant Mr. Mcllliigfr slated Hint while the better class Mexicans are .highly edu- cated and roflncil, the lower class are totally uneducated ami utterly ignor- ant and that-Is why the 'revolution headod by Don.Trnticis Mndero was a bulk of the people were not ready, nof advanced enough for a democracy. Kvcr since this event Mexico has-not Milled down, and has been revolting and coiinlcr-revolllng Lcssalimi. In his opinion the liusincss itud educated men of the country have suffered such great losses lhat ihey would welcome the Intervention of Amerlcp If they pnly bo persuaded lliat her object .Vvas not an excuse fnr further lerr tory Eitmexatloli. jMIss Arnnfion, the Chaiitauqua 6ec rotary, mfil Misa llrewstor, who hai tile junior in band, wero presented with houijuets by Mrs, liuf as a mark of tbe Chautaiuiua commit tee's appreciation of their hard work. valor being dissipated in: an .unecon- omic fashion; Sir Augustus spoke enthuslaalicail? 01 the results of Irrigation sf.ler a recent survey of the colonies. Farms which .have bfen 'established during the "past couple'of xears are 1 remarkably he' said. ops wero excellent aid gardens on these are flourishing. There were none of the'colonists who irere not doing well; and.they includ- ed among them a number of returned iiien. Two Girls in Seduction Case Broke Away From Home" in Edmonton morning and were remanded till Thursday nioming: at ten o'clock. Information gathered by the police IB. two. girls, are wards of the neglected childrens' department, and that they broke away from the [lome -In Edmonton some weeks ago. "I look for the time when there will be- a silo on every quarter soclion in tbe Irrigated district here, and when every farmer will grow sunflowers lo fill them with" said Prof. G- H- Hut- ton, director of animal husbandry de- parluicnt of Ihe C. P. U. department of natural resources to the Herald this morning. Mr. Hilton was in the clly lo take the trip to the Cameron Ranch of the Noble Foundation. Ltd. "All that is needed Is to give the farmers a start In the right direction. When one or two of them build Ellos and grow sunflowers It won't be long till they all follow." Tho sunflower crop on the Strath- more farm, where they were grown last year tor the first time, Is making an excellent showing this year! ho said, and between COO and SOO tons of silage will be put up This' will ho used for'gerferal feeding pur-j poses. So far sheep have-not been wintered on it but an experiment mayj ho tried this winter, as sheep have on sunflower silage in Montana. It ms been fouad that two and one half! this 'silage is of the samel in feeding sheep ns one ton of i ilfo.Ua. A farmer w'ould therefore i lave to raise 12 tons of'alfalfa to thej acre lo equal the carrying capacity! of land planted, to sunflower, which-' will average 20 tons to tho aero under irrigation. An Instance of the success of the sunflower silage In Strath- more was giver! laEt winter, when 300 pounds, was added to the welrght of baby bee! less than a year Mr. Hutton considers this a wonderful gain, In spite of all .that has been said pressed In laconic, these alouej can't cure- all IDs. Ara it simply! shiver, when I'm feeling sort of blue, to hear someone say: liver is about all that's Mllng hear a chap describing m 6unoower Bnaso In Montana. It olher cases Just- like mine and Ihen finish b.y. prescribing pills and pow- ders, broth and wine. So tho tonic I am faking on these'golden Summer days Is. a drug of Nature's making, found In" quiet- country ways, whero, Ihe birds are ever singing anil the' lowers are ever sweet and the honey- bees1 are.'clinging to Lhe clovers at feet Nothing further heard of them [ill .they. were picked up here. The girls .say they walk'ffi from Edmonton to Calgary, begging their food along on the way.' of thi home at Edmonton arrived this after- noon .to take the'-girls back but will remain over' till after the- trial as the gjrls are the star1-witnesses. Probation slates that one of the ?irls wa'svsent to the homo nt Edmonton having been brought hero Bimlta. You are not oxpcrtnicnt- i n K w li o n irV' you iiso Ur. Chase's Oint- ment lor SVin Irrita- COT and Wilson, Ihe two ban- hands who are held by tho city police on a churge of seduction of two young girlsj appeared In jiollco court this tioos. It lellCTps' M.oiiee anil gmdd- iUly fkln.v Kjuhplo boi Ut. ___j'a OluUiient free It you jncritlon thii paper and acudac. sLiinp lor pqsl.-vgc. COc. a tor: allUcalers or Ca, IJmitcd. Toronlo. One of Biggest Wells of the in Border Cat Creek Field The Winnett oil field-'on Cat Creek, In Montana, which rather: startled oil experts couple of months ago when Ihe, Frantz corporation brought in a 300-barrcJ wel! tost. Satimlay, added another and bigger one lo Us string, when tho Frantz well No: 2 brought in a well: A VYinnell dis- palch lo Ihe Great Fails Tribune states that the well came in wilh A rush at barrels'and soon blew itself into a gusher, with Ihe outlook that it would go still more before settling, down. The new well is one of'the biggest brought In in the United States this year and is creating a great deal of attention. Tho oil. leatB 51 per cent, gasoline anil therefore tho strike Is doubly imporlanl. Inlercsl In Iho well by Southern AI- berlans lies principally In the fact lhat Ivvo of Iho Imperial Oil Co. dis- covery wells are being drilled at Con- sul mid Czar, almost directly north of the Cat Creek field. WILSONS FLYIIPADS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc apacket at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. In an Interview giver: press In ISeglna wbtlc on his way to Winnipeg after vlalllng tho P. K. Irrigation nrojocls In Alherla, Sir Augustus Nanton, clialrman of Ihe advisory commlKee of ,tho C. P. Tl. deparlmenl of m'.unil resotirow, declared tliat all When Folks QuitCbffee because of cost to health or purse, they, naturally drink INSTANT POSTUM There's a Reason LEO M. COOMBS' STUDIOS Offer to earnest stud- ents courses of study based upon the best modern and education- al principles. Every advantage, inci- dent to a broad musical education. LEOM.C001 416 12th STREET A. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife.' PHONE 378 Ask the Person Who Has Eaten And Take His Advice. The Yale 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH KIRKBY'S ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing but (he best Ices, crushed fruits and oyrups used. "Kirkhy'a refrichmonta aro dif- ferent and our service coals rio more than tbe ordinary service. 606 Third A u Creamery Stand for the same thing and the Company that manufactures these products stands back of their products. Chief Mountain CreaTnery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1923 DEMOCRATIC POSITION IS NOT UnocN COLUMBUS, O., Aug. In addressing the Ohio Oemocrntlc convention here Gov- ernor Cox, the party's president, ial candidate, flailed Senator Harding as de- nounced what.he termed. Mr, Hardlng's plan of. a separate peace with Germany, but.'.said that the Democratic position on the League of Nations reservat- ions was not "unbending." been a member of 1he Edmonton pol- ice force for rlsht-vfiars. in HAM nn an open charge and Saunders simply for Investigation. That the woman was murdered the police have ho douW, but despite the fact that rirfg.s and money in her possession'at ihoT time of her death are missing, the police do not believe that robbery iwas the motive. FIRE AT CHILLIWACK CiiiLLIWACK. B. .C., Aug. early tins, morning caused damage- amounting to in the business section of -the city. Tha chief suffer-, erK uie the Uhilliwack Shoe company, Chilliwack Klei-trlu company, S. Hous- to and F. Urcea, Do Away. With the Scrub Sire It is Canada's handicap in the race for the valuable meat markets of Europe. These markets and held by cattle of the'purest bred stock. The great beef-producing countries, like Argentine, ore tie shrewdest and.keenest buyers of high-class bulls. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Total E. E. MACKAY......................... Manager, Lethbrldge Branches at Taber, Cardston and Magrath j Still More Appreciation Alberla, MESSRS. WILLIS PIANOS, LIMITED, August 16th, 1920. Lelhbrldge, Alberta. I wish to express to you my admiration for your instru- to pfler congratulations upon the very, fine piano supplied lor my use at the Tha 'instrument responds to all modern and artistic demands la the highest measure. In the WILLtiS PIANO there is such a sympathetic response of rich, full arid beautiful evenness.of toue-that it is a del is In. .Yours very truly, FERDINAND With "The Ellison White Clrautniiiua." THESE WONDERFUL INSTRUMENTS MAY BE SEEN AT OUR SHOW ROOMS. SOLD ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER. WILLIS PIANOS LTD. HULL BLOCK- LETHSRIDGE Are Yoii On Our Payroll? We are sending out money orders daily for, cream received. Ship your cream to its for the; best price, prompt returns and satisfaction. We have a, few 6 and 8 gallon cans for pros- pective shippers. PHONE DON'T FORGET The onir p'aco whore you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton 41BA Fifth Street South Phone 693 ,3 d6ort 6. of Colonial Theaire WANTED AT ONCE Midland Mine, Drumhellcr Apply Midland Collieries, Ltd. Druiiiheller ;