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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LLTHDIUDGE, ALBECTA. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1D19 ITLED 34 BELOWI U ivis 31 below rcro al Iho Experimental Farm obaerra- lory [be coldeaL nJghl of tba wJnler so far. The wind IB ID tiie southwest bat U It is ft clilaook it has been badly frozen on llie way. Hen in Hjgh Spirits as They De- cide to Adopt Prcg. Wil- son's Settlement MANY INDUSTRIES TIED UP FOR WANT OF COAL Basis oi Strike Setllement INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. The president's propoial to the ctrlkinn coal mlnerc as announc- ed this yternoon by Altorncy-Gen- ersl Palmer provides fcr Imme- diate .return ta by the men, under the .4 per cant, advance; appointment sf a to Tnveitiflale and readjust wages lo conform with the Increased coil of living, The attorney-general 'expressed confidence tint the mlnen would accept and tint'work would bfl ,lurried: In the Immediately. Mr. Palmer gave out memor- andum and alto copies of tho preil- dent't propMil, both of which wera anrted to by Acting President Lewis and Green, of the minis Satur- day night. ON TREATY IS LIKELY IN ITftLY Premier Nitll Deprecates Talk of Revolution Which is Heard Abroad NOTHING SERIOUS IN THE SITUATION Commissioner Meech Elected By Six to One Vote; Johnson and Terrill For School Boar word here this mofrilng. Municipal Election Results in Southern Alberta Towns Dec. p lid n wa s of at the mines during 1he war hart dlsgu.it- cd Iho mine owners, Irritated the min- ors and bewildered the public, Hobert ________ the miners' leader, warned I the government that the even they were IcTl alone'In Ibelr posl by- the other labor Interests, wiM.lrl, nT'.cr February, Insist on i localization. If the government should [not agree to 1his, ho declared, "COD stlliitlonal action" would bo declared Tabar and Mflcleod nld SASKATOON HAS TWO CASES SLEEPING SICKNESS bellcr by School bourd roBult Coll, 265; Qeo', n11 yoTpT-'VV0 109! E. n. Taiolcr, 93; 3. J. L. imil, 13- F i elected though' V.yro ,ero to fill thn vacanclfls nnrl Iho Jlno up, Rciulli (Special The -Mnyhollo I'owclKon was deTeateJ. Mrs. IfcvM's lifisftantl headed (ho poll in tho election Tor councillors. In Taber! -.MM. JlcCol woman Brhool canclldnlc, headed' the Mr3.-Mc- tbo poll wafl 93 rollow.i: Prcd Chris-! j. K. amis, 27; J. Monlilboltl, !3; 93; 3. 3. L. for Hie 1920 council nre: Mayor, J. U. Kv.an; Councillors. A. SASKATOON, Dec. c ot Bleeping sickness'wki reported in This makes the Dec. J. A. McDonald, W. A. Hcebt, nro tho of tho municipal else- Tho dlspRlchcs loll the results In Southern towns: Womiin Elected In Raymond lo The RAYMOND, PCP, tlio results o[ tbe innnEcipRl elections Jlonclay; School lioanl: lire, nctty Dahl, and 152: J. W. Evans, 1S7; T. O. Klnn, 103; U'. U. Naldcr, 143; Maybcllo I'pwclson. Flrfl Arthur Dalit, HI; T. J. Jo'. O llrlc-n, 12U; ,Us. f. Anclciru.i. ri. K. Courl, (U; C Jjamh, 72; J. Costlcy, 6S; I.eo W. Jlsrdr, IS; If. .VKchcll, slon and prncllcally all earc of the strike. Crown C.it Thlt Wtek as li ;