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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK SIXTEEN riu: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 101U TODAY; IK NEMREE1NI Miners Will Ask U Per Onl. In- H. U. Try to Force Recognition .Represcnia-.lTes of ihi1 I'.M of X In Disirict No. IS SPET epolis to loot after the inierofts of the nuion in thli disirlcl in 5535102 today with the operuicTa Ri Calgary. It LJ understood the miners ere Ing for tho slgnlcs of a new BFreement to replies tbe cjreement ivfclcii expired last April, the new seal-? to conform to tlie H par cent, increase grained In the United Btatej. This r.ill increase the psr ion, T.'hlch. cow vr.ry from 62 to 93 cecif. to irom 71 to 105 cenu, day wsgea wi'l be increased ac- cordingly. Coil Commisawner Arm- strong is still in charge of operations In' iLe ilIslncL so ihil the agreement DO mid> subject to his ruling'. Any agreement xade would ".vipu oat toe special cost o' lilies bon- uses grimed durtag the war. The now go'.CR cm in Calgary particularly Interest ing in Tiew of the fact that District No. 1, Mining O.B U.. which re- cently reorgSTilred Hards, cf .Mi- chel, as president, is irring 10 (crco Its ciaims lor recognitloa by the oper- itors. OUiwa Intertatcd OTTAWA. Ifcr. inten-al j fell ihe ol con-. ero-ncs now belns held between the I miners and In IS. Alberta, wlih regard lo wages. Sena- tor "Kobprison, minlslor of labor. when asked ibis morulue abont th-3 lit ion. ihp cvuiiion thai tho panics would conic u'seiher ou i id a factory airsement. The con- Vilnc itttinded by Fuel Di- rector AnMlrODX thi s in close touch ivlth It. The dftcislon of the in the United Stiles to granl Ihe 14 per I. iiicrcsie to bliuminous coal inin- ers ever the Impendln; InTeEilgaUon may te demanded by Ihe miners ol dlairict IS. It Is understood that (ol- Ite lost strlis lu tbe Albena TREAT FOH THE KIDDItS OF A.P.P. Tbe kiddles ot the men ot thr o( tbo A.T.r. hcro arc1 !u harr n Chrisl- mas ireai on December 23rd, ai the home ol IVtcclivo Av- ion ef ibe force. A big tree with gifts from Santa Clam will feature (he ercut. O v O O Charges Negligence in Connec- tion With Aa Accident M No. 6 Shaft A claim for damages against 1 tho C.P.R. as owners of N'o. C inlne. Piano IMayer at Local Theatre Pleads ed For Deportation At the provincial policr ruurt, Thursday afternoon, DavlJ a Russian appeared on two charges of belug in possession of in Iho provincial Jail nnd recomuiocdetl for deportation oil Iho expiry ot hto Illrschfleld. who has been employed In the city as piano player nt the Km- press Theatre, came In Lclhbrldgo r.bout two monlhs nso'from Calgary. He has a wife and youns cblld IQ Win- nlpcg. He pleadej guilty to [ha two charges, one of which was tlie being in possession ot a bann2d book bear- UUKAL MAlh DEUVEKY DEPENDS OX TENDERS W. A. auehanan, M.P., has re- ceived word that the post office dfpartmtnt li again calling for tenders (or rural mail on Routes N'os. 1, 2. 3 and 4 out of Lethbrldge, and If suitable, ten- ders can be obtained, the strvlcfa will be ettabliahed. Department in Choke Cherry Case, M'as Dropped OF .14 PER ran. U. M. Representative Says Operators Here Should Pay it al Once The famous choice clierrr case was finally disposed o( at the provincial police court nn Thursday afternoon, when Ilia iirosoculion of Andrew Nel- dig under Tho Inland Ilerctiuo Art came ut> for hearing. This was iho lu the course of r.n Interview Tilth Tee Canary Herald, Thursday morn- i-jff, Unllantyno. the special rep- rcpenmtiTe of iho United Mlno Work- erg of America, staled that they ex- pcrlpil tho operators to pay an In- rroaso of 14 per ccuL on jirlcea, now liniil on all classes of mlno labor- suggest that this be paid Im- he said, "pending tha In- vestigation tthlch TV III ba beld cnnectlon with Iho competitive fields of tho I'nllcd Slates, when I cnyri-i to representatives selotled troiu iho mlctr workers ot thla dts- trlcl lo act wltb. us lo negotislo au Rgreenient." Mr. llallentrne italed that thflT were representing tho miners' lutcr- ests herd aud to rscofva tho same cooilderatlod the men ou the other aldo of the "It Is up to the men La tbli field to get thcm- EClvo3 In he iu that wo can with them lu that they receive better vngcs and nrklDs The TeprescnLntlvo stated lint tbe miners should have d sufficient llvo properly and to educate their children up to a Can- adian standard. "This not come by 'ehislug ur Vllmblnr; air he satd, "bu( bo assured it rtmaia with Iho United Workvfo of Amtrlcc, which li u orculMHoa tbftt hat stood tMt of and Is tbe only hui Imp rot eJ. the.contllrioni of mine -workers both In Canada and the United Stales." Bmntford 3 municipal Herald Christmas Chaer Fund DANCE IN AID OF THE FUND WILL BE HELD AT THE K of P HALL ____________ ins cage was operated by (he defend ilFnavers will Tote on'anL Ic ls thai through the THth EinJ iho unskilfulncss ol milk business TrttH a dcrcmlant flml tho plaiiilirr. Tvhile in the courso ol his employment at Lhe bottom ol Lbe struck nnd crushed hy the descending cage, resulting iu his be- ing severely injured. The plaintiff claims negligence on Iho pan o[ tlie defendsclo in not hav- ing a proper system cf bells or olher equipment whereby due warning coul-l be given lo those working at the bot- tom oC the shail of tho approach (i' iha cage. As a failure in Ihls regard, ho was caushl at the bottom ol the shaft by iha cage and severely crush- ed, with Lis backbone Iracturerl and dislocated and his bo-Jy and head sc verely injured, musing him srcat pain 'and suffering; and tearing him inca- pacitaled work for Ihe remaindur of bis life. The damages claimed nrc made up i aa follows: Doctors, hospital and medical Ireatment, ?ljOOO; nnd DECEMBER 15TH (UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF CAPT. CECIL R. COCQ.) Tbe entire less Hie rent of hail whJcb has kindly bec-n offered at hall price, irill be handed over to Ite food. 'MUSIC Trill bo provided frte by the kind- jiess of the HARPER'S ORCHESTRA. Re- trestiineats be serred by lie chapters of tie l.-O. D. E. cf cllj. AH Good Fellows (male and female) should co-op era i e lo make Ihls dance, view o[ its cbjecis, the of tho sea; Tickets SI.50 per couple. ___oj the previous prosecution for [ha tillB "Tfie War. What (having in his possession fermcntej II- unJ tho Either of tho baflued bookiquor in the sbpiio of choke cherry "Usurped Powers of the Courts." On contrary to ibc Liquor Acl. The the cover ot the former were printed [conviction In Ihnt case, tn which the thesa "Illho rulers wanl blood defendant was anil costs, let tnem cut their own thronls." Found Bsoks In Cellar Mr. J. C. Hendry, nppeared for the licensed, said on hts belnlf ihul ho had aurised him to plead guilty to tha two cbarges In Ihcir tecbniral nature, in that Lo was in possession of, the banned boohs contrary to the order-in- was quashed by Mr. Justico Ivcs In the supreme CO'JTI hefrt herp. The pro sen I prosecution agalnsl Xeldig ivcs in tlint ho was in posses- sion ot a wash suiiafclc for the faclurc ol liquor having tho necessary license for ihe same. Tbo case has been adjourned from time council. At the sainc lime be argued lime, and when, li cams up yester- that his came by (ho panic In- 1 day afternoon tbe prosecution aerecd nocently as tbe looks were Ihe prop- to withdraw the cliarge. and it vra3 BRICK COMPANY I IS REORGANIZED The hrick-malcms formerly knoim ss ihe Ltllibridga anil Terra. Cotta company, which has not been operated during the past twelve month3, trill be reopened under the name ot The LeLhbiidge Brick Co., Ltd. 1 The company is forlunaLe in having on' its direcloralo men who have a'wide eiperienco In Ibe manu- facLure o[ bricKs, tbe personnel W. Knowldea, president; A. Arnold, T. Arnold nml C. R. Doe. Operations will commence as early iu tbe new year as possible p.nd the oircclors hope to bare their product ready for the market at Lbe 1st of April. The office of the company will be aL U9 2nd ATB. S., HIglnbotham Block A TREASURED TRIBUTE crLy ol one, Scott who was addicted lo this form ot banned literature. Srolt. ho said, had lived In tJio boarding house and -on leaving had left the books bahind. These were conveyed to the cellar by Mrs. Slirlius. owns lie hoarding establishment, to be used for lighting tho furnace. As i reading matter was short In Iho house. the accused fetched the books to his bedroom, and one ot them, "Usurped Powers OL the bore the name of Scott. Mr. Hendry further ?alctlhat the accused had applied for naturaliza- tion lasL "October proving bis willing- ness lo become a British Subject. Police Statement Detective-Sergeant Lobb, however, lold a different tala in regard to the arrest. Ho stated that In tho way ot offending; Lhe order-ln-council as to banned literature, the police, took note of the particular attitude of the par- lies. and. as in the case of the Bible Students, were content with an. Im- position of a small fine to meet the ends ot Justice in'tegard to complying with the order. The case of Hlrscli- field on a different fooling; -lie thid been under Lhe vigilance of Ihe mounted police for activities in TVin- (nipeg and Calgary of a revolutionary ilescrlpLion, and the search here was on instructions owfng to (he reputa- tion of Lhe accused. Ills application for naturalization had been refused. The boohs in Ihe cellar of the board- ing house were about fifty In Dumber, and it waa strange that, allowing Ihe story of the accused wcs true, lie should have picked ou Lhe Iwo very books which were In line with his Ihoii Ellis In the activities he liar] shown in Winnipeg and Calgary. Fur- he r, amongst his there vas a pboto of a group ol DolshevIsLs; ho Tras also In possession of-an 0- 13. U. card wilh n paid up membership of il. This however, had nothing. ;ald the sergeant, to do wllh Ihs real laturc of Lhu diargc "brought r.galnat he which was thaL of having banned literature. The Magistrp.te -gave the accused .he benefit of the doubt In regard lo Iho book which bore tlie name of ScotL IniL conslrlered the of he olher book, "Tho War, What a serious offence iri Us con- .enls, i accordlnsly Olsrnisscil by Magistrate and HIG chorry >vine, which liid been confiscated by tbe police, ordered to be returned to Ihe owner, W. S. Gray appeared (or the defense. and J. R. Palmer for the Inland .Rev- enue. Braiilford election oftlclila In muni- cipal elections will get Increase In pay. KEEP STRONG One bottle of pure, emulsified medicinal cod- liver oil taken now, may do you more good than a dozen taken a month hence. It's more eco- nomical to give your body help before resistance to disease is broken down. A Very little SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE MEDICINAL COD-LIVER OIL goes a long way in sustaining strength and keeping up resistance. Resolve that yoa will, buy a bottle of Scott's Emulsion at your druggist's on your way home, and start protecting your strength. It's Scott's you ask for. t Uowce.TorcoU' Onl 1721 DIAMOND is question ihe most elegant, Valuable and valued gift you can bestow on those whom you hold in special affec- tion. It not only signifies generosity in'expenditure but it carries wilh it an intrinsic value that endures and increases in worlh as lhc years roll on. Every diamond we sell, whether set in rings, "bracelets, pendants, lavalliers, charms or prns, are of guaranteed worth....... i Plus the actual value of the stone, ihe tasle and refinement of our designing gives additional attraction and elegance to the gift. You buy here safely, with rnrlifiw] value. R. A. WRIGHT 1898 Lfthbridje'i Biggeit and Finest Jewelry Store 1919 Block, Uthbridge. The Place Where Walch Work in Done Right DO Dollars Interest FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Delicious Flnaappfe, direct from the Island, per pound......-.................. 17c Lettuce, Hot Span'sh Onions 10c Cranberries, Capj Ccd, Ib................... 25c Lemons, large size, dczen Oranges, dozen 55c and 6Qc Grapes, Emp-ror, No Two From Same Kesulla of Milk AVntcrPure Cauliflower, Head Lettuce, Celery, These should arrive for Saturday. Jonathan Apples, No. Is Wagner Apptes, No. JG Wagner Apples, No. 3s....................S2.80 Polaloes, No. 1 quality, per According lo l-lic report of trie riled- Teal Officer of Health, there wcro, dur- ing- November, six cases of measlea, seven of chicken poi, one of luber'cu- losia, Ihirtren of "scarlet lever, and OHR of In Lhc cl'.y. There were foutLcen dualhBj cauzcd by Iho rftUowlrigi PrcmaLuro fjlrlh 1, Tfypertrophj' of liver 1, chnlerla Infanlum 1, Dyscnlry and tape Trorm I, rftfonlc cndocardl' tfs 1, Inleralh rupturo 1, 1purnural rlieumatlca 1, Still hare- 1, fracture of hip and pneumonia Aslhcnla hrart failure 1, typhoid fever 1, hypoatallj pneumonia 1, carcinoma df luns 1- Resulta of Milk f8 Chief Monr.1-.iu 4A Crystal Dairy of Tests of Milk for Sediment Grade I, Clean. Grade 5, IJIrly. Watt 1 Crystal Dairy 1 IJuUcrwIrk 2 Chief Mountain 2 lo the Inclemency o( HID lhc rnllk farms have not been Inspected. Tcsti of tho water marlc show that (hft bacIIJus (yphoM germ) has In nil cases hern nb-icnt. holalion Hospital Matron's Raport F'aticnU rotualnlng Oct. flt G I'allenls admitted during N'ov, Scarlet fever G I'nUcnta dlscharBcil ilurlnc; Nov. I'ftdoAts remaining Nov. 30 S Xumbcir of IIo.iplLal 52 London railway employes arc asking for a holiday on Sultana Raisins, genuine Grecian, per Ib......43c Seedless P.aisins, pkg. ZQc snd Seeded Rnislns, No. 71 pkg., each 20c Seeded Raisins, No. 15 pkg., each Currants, per pkg...........................25c loose, per rb. 35c Citron Peel, extra quality, per Ib............70c Orange Peel, extra quality, ncr Ib.......... 60s Lemon Peel, extra quality, per Ib...........65c Cherries, 2 oz. for........'............ Royal Excels'or Dates, 2 pkrjs............. Dromedary Dstcs, 2 pkga.................. 55c Fard or Black Dates, per Ib............... 35c Jordan Shclfed Almonds, per Ib............ 95c Valencia Shelled Almonds...................8Sc Shelled Walnuts, new season's, per Ib. Shelled pecans, p-r Blanched Almonds, per Ib............... Almond per pkg.................... 45o Ground Swtct Almonds.................... pure ollva oil, per (In Phones Geo. Kerr Co. FAMILY GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS 313 Fifth Street South ;