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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN i.FrnmmnGP1 DAILY SATURDAY, DKCEMllKH 20, 191U I II r I lo fro jwrru- 1 pi ITT T IT f 1 I I L A nho rtlstrU-i convomion i I 1C Ifl HaTlflC HlP I" U luJdin l-elhhrrdgeuil) K' andi iJllUU Ib YTCClUUll 111 llCUlUb Ul LllC iLi Uil clli ehe Ibolr rvporis. for the A Iconics year will ho IMe T T A jf 11 T f A i P" 1 r D T T Mau The a-jcual meeting of the Wilson or the V. P. A. will be heK m (ho farm residence of (he Mr. >V_ Boydeu, n; 2 oVIcn-V. Friday aficrcoon. Doc. Ail fur HUTS in the viciniiy el ihe local to aileucl winvonlioa be appolnte-J. nultpr-; to be dlscur.fpJ. the groai need for I ho. far- mers to be an effor; will bo u --prare every firmer in Ihf Wilson dlairict 33 a member ot this I', r. A. Local. U.M.W. of A. to Fight O.B.U. Radicals Brandy dried fruits worth were buriieJ en a at Pan Declare They Will Nol Itccognize One liig Un- ion in Shape or Manner Has Host of Halite Tor a of Coal Jumps. For Ihe licit th A! ben a anil southeastern B. nMnee, iho eiusi'J lias lii-eu Drain- ed ilie lutueiV This is the result of the nogwiaUous look- ihe new KprcoHionl. which, it cent, for iho men but they se- trk't lo Ihe in em UTS hip >iack hi cured the closed shop for which mln- line, and believes It lias all the aryu- euts on its tidt. v.hsi ihe O.ll.l'. will do under circumstances ihe llenld ers in this district been work- ius Tor many yearp. As con! rusted i with this ilie O.11.1-. Tieittier has au [efficient working has Ft inding either with ihe govcrunical SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS unable to Itarn, Neither Mat iior Chu. Peacock, former ofi'Icir-i department of labor, Ihe cool oper- j r! tlid local union when alori, or the public, and has never lit wrfs cut-nuil-out O D.r.. could be secure-1 aiivihina in'ihe vr.iy bet-J reached, the sirlke ened for January 1st will lie roniaiif; lo ?rs are e. but (lie United lor eondlilons for Ihe miners. In practically every pgni? there is a (ol- of "loyal" ot A. mem- bers, who will he Iho nurlcus tor the j anil tiro prepare! to carry it to a fin- reorsauliatl-.'D. and around these menilsh. In some i-imps ihero is built up a. machine to fljht aa almost solid O.B.T. members hip Iho Als to R slsti-Jstill. The I'.M. Ihcy eitect a bard balllo but ihe saner elemrnts of the uld W. ot A is 6Xpeeled 10 lultlJlte i> LUC vn.-im-ins- UL MIC um LI.VII QLinounrpd today, was arrived aij6iroDg camnalKn ihroughoiil iho dis-lstlu will coino back lo the (old. -he Western (Vitl more suitable for a CHRISTMAS GIFT than A BEAUTIFUL FLOWERING PLANT AN ARTISTICALLY ARRANGED BASKET A BOX OF OUR CHOICE CUT FLOWERS We carry a full line of Christmas Decorations such as HOLLY-WREATHS, FRIZ ROPING, FRIZ EVERGREEN WREATHING, EVER- GREEN SMILAX, LETTUCE, PARSLEY. SEE OUR DISPLAY A quarter pound of Holly given to each Customer as long as it lasts. THE TERRILL FLORAL CO. 604 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH erator.-i1 fliul Ulsirlct Na 1S. Trilled Miiu- Workers of America. According to only miners hold- cards in iho U.M.W. of A. will. utcp.lly, bz io work in the mines.' Just whether this will be rigidly lorn I could U3l say questioned by the Herald. Tn'.y sta'iM that had not ypl lecetveil a copr of tlia order covering ihe ne-v agreement from cal Armstrong. "But you say Tor said or.e OL the operators, ''thai we most em- phatically reFiise to reccgn'zc Ihe One Uig Union cnrqs anil wl-l have nothing to ilo with it ufficir.lly or otherwise." The e ranting nf the c'oscrl sbop Declares O.B.U. Did Not Bring About the Strike In the Manitoba Capital WIXX1PEG, Assertions tha; was no relailonshlp bc- piits a bis t-'lub ia the hands ot tbe iwecn the One liig Union and 'the international union willi which to ftglii gencm.1 sirike in Winnipeg and '.hat the radical mine olemen: in the Nat did the Alberta the walkout tJvo taken place L'.M.'W. juat Lhc same if riuT-5L-ll and Ins assoc- had bron hidden away in sonie "crevlco or the llimilayaa Mountains" were maile by James former of. the Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council, in the witness box at ;ho strike trial today. Wilhout giving a date Mr. slated that the "Reds" gained control Ini? Trades aad Labor Union and the various unions of (he city were split between ihe two, with Ibo exception ot those who belonged to no councils at all. Capt. J. W. WHicn. M.UA., the first witness called by the defense to- day, but his evident-c as to the Individ- ual efforts ho had made to settle the strike were ruled Inadmissible, Ly the caurL As evidence o( the magnitude of (he present irial H started on Xov 2G. over hava Rone on the olfirlal record. The one hundred nnd witness was on Iho Dry Goods Department IRISH EMBROIDERED AND SQUARES I" Hue ILneu finish cnmbrir. in beautiful desiRiis. Rumiers, 17x54 Inches. Regular price Saturday Night, each 75c Squares, 36x36 inches. Regular price Saturday Night, each 9Sc 1.69 HEAVY DRESS SATIN In Russian Green, Navy and Mid Groy. Market 12.00 yard ivorilr ?2.aO. Saturday N'ight'Special, yard BLACK AND NAVY WOOL GABARDINE 51 Inches wide. Fine quality. Fast color. P.epilar price i mid yard. Night, yard............... 1 .DJ Couccil br a straight vote. he (his morning and over twice as said, ranged a break up. oijjmany oihibits have already been put Trades a.iu Lahnr Council E'.lll con-j hi. The last eihibtt was put In last chnrter from tbe Do-inERht and it made ihe grand total HH A !nlulon a new Trades and Labor L.lilU Council comwjsed of "Reds" was also It is gcnerallv concpdpd that the "iloinp business" under Che One Uig Irial not finish by Christmas. For Goodness Sake Eat Scott's Famous Shortbread Only 15c a Cut The City Bakery Phone 1181, Higir.botham Block I Dec. largt. were s.1 the [annual meeting of tbe Quebcf pro- brauvh of the Causdiau Ited Crcds Sociely yesterday afternoon. fl 7cital receipts for the year were shuwn lo bo 59S3.499.81. which with a bal- ance Ironi ttc previous year of 513.S9r made n total of The main record.'dd was as aa invostment In Vic- tory which mado the total tlls- for the year with a balance carried forward, of ERARD'S HAT IS IN THE RtNG BOLSHEVIK TERMS In Order to Uelect All Minors Who Might Desert Union Cause V.MXMPEG, Dec. When lh" 7.ONDON' Dec. The Bolshevik of Alberta miners launched deuianils in tbe prisoner 1 st Copenhagen are a One In a message Tha release o" all British prisoners is of- fered in rt'lum for 100 BolsherihL and others nieDtloncd in a special lUt. last Edward Drown, ot Calgary, but then an of trie. United Mine Worfc- e" of America, wrote ndvlslnc that snapabols of the men who refused to strike should he secured with igns Pelition for Candidacy in South Dakota P1ERRK. S.D., Dec. ernrd of New York has signed a nominating petition as n andidile Tor president of the United tales at the staio primaries In March ivas announced today. The psli !on also was signed ,hy til dele- ales to the recent slate proposal ncetine here. Principles accompany- the petition are sumiiiaVIzed as olng to "make and keep ihe coun- ry safe for democracy." Under Ihe stale law Gerard's name trould go on the ballot as an lode- cndcnt democratic candidate, inas much as Iho state republican proposal cetlng indorsed Major General jconard Wood as their candidate and he democratic Vbodrow Wilson. Remoral of obstacles preventiiig ihe thc of placing them in a '-'scab' return of Bolsheviks who went The object in cihibltlos the lo Denmark Germany in tne leruis. Merry Christmas With Flowers Augment that gift lo your mother, wife or sweetheart with a special gift of flowers. It gives the day and the sentiment an added touch of thoughtfulncss, sweetness and completeness, IF she is receiving on Christmas Day the flowers will add greatly lo the decoration of the homc; whether on mantle vase or dining table. If she is calling on Christmas Day a corsage will be greatly appreciated. Flo'vers add a special touch lo the home gathering. The choicest of seasonable blooms are here ered promptly when and where you want them. FRACHE BROS. FLORISTS Phone 1003 raeellog favored Grocery Department CANDY Chocolates, Echo mixed, per Ib. 45c Jelly Ices, Nut, per Ib 4Sc Club Sandwich, per Ib 45c Special Christmas Mixed, per Ib 30c CALEY'S CRACKERS 10 per cent, discount on all lines. Jess former heavyweight i Drantford Hoard of Education champion, has Ijetn charged with pro-1 adopted a new salary schedule for flteering in the sale of cordwood at 11920. Lcinp nu increase over 1910 o.r Kansas City, Mo. per cent, all round. 1 will be at the Aleiandra Hold for THREE DAYS ONLY, 22nd, 20rd and 21th December, with nn crclusirc line ol SATINSj SERGES, AND CHIFFON VELVET DRESSES in all leading shades and sizes. MRS. SAPERSTONE ALEXANDRA HOTEL Is also irtioionraphs ftia waj- at the hall was to enable Ihe hoys to recog- nize the "fizogs" If the men left Drumheller after the strike for out side places and Iricd to get vork UTV I der assumed names, and "to rcn them out ot camp Brown's letter "waa.pul in by counsel for Ibc crown at tonighL'a session al the (rial of n. B. Runs who is charged with seditious conspiracy. I was biibrmlted while P. M. Chrlslo formerly an official of the U.M W. ot A., and now president of i O.U.U.. was undergoing a gruelling cross-examination as to the causes o Ihe Alberts miners' strike and his at lilude on certain correspondence lhai hsd passed. Expressions in Ihe letter were taken up by Judge MetciKe. Chrialopber hold his lordship that lie did not re I member whether he had stated his RJV iproval of being taken fo a "scab but he approved o hem. This avowal brought the shan jupry from his lord shift: "Do you approve of forwardln; so tliat these men ma DC afterwards niti out of To this the wllneps gave a rugaliv reply, Itul art'lcd thai ho would ap prove of their being forwarded wit a vltw to Die men being run out ot Christophers U the men vrho, ac- cording to suppGationa by iho crown counsel, wa.i rouutVJn his nfghlgown on the lop nf a in an Alberta mining ramp by relurnrl soldiers and run out ol the place. denied that lie liAri liccn In hh nightgown at (bo lime, and explained that he had been conducted out ot the town In an automobile liy a "bunch of whose services had fvftcrwards nccn dispensed with. Exfilaii-.s Minere' Strike Examined hy K. J. for Hie Cliristophers denied llial the Alberta minera' strik: in any I way connected with tno Winnipeg alrikc, dial it had not been .called in of an order Is- sued hy Mr. Armstrong, coal director i (hat there should be nn eight-hour day vUh a ff.rrcsponillnR refueller pay. J'rcsscJ r.UinJt ihnl 'he order Kavn nine hours' pay for eiplit hours' wort, w-ltneaa Halt! tb'at only would get (he nine hours' pay. Rug gcMlona that Wile or n< been dnne to get n settlement of Ihs strike, witness maintained Hut every tfiing possible liad liccn done to gel liiisigs slralghlcnod out. Ifc arlmittcd Iinvinr; lK.cn nolifieil by Ihn, Ij.M.W. Ihnl JIT.' invc.V.lgnlp'l rhc circiimslanrra cliartcrs nf min- r n' IiarJ (anrellc-d bccniihc rT olncors 1'iinK In dual o'-ganizaliona tiind chlrnrjd JiiAlificiiLioii foi- (1 !n adrnrdtiTig iho ule Ihe BRAZIL EXPELS GERMANS TUB HAfJUK Dec. him lilred and nlncly'fciur Ocrmans who i worn iMpcllflil from Ilrazll arrived Hi RollcrllMi anil Vroccclcil lo Germany Independent Meat Market For Choice Milk-Fed Turkeys Geese-Ducks Chickens Also a full line of choice meats for the Xmac trade K, OF P. BUILDING 'FIFTH STREETS. PHONE 635 J ;