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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TTVO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1911 Home Rule for Miner's Locals Itoai trost locals would feel Justifiable in acting i on their own ye; a? an ex-1 pressicn ol opinion he could uot ail- j vise the recommendation in that it I savoied ot being in variance with ev-j istins agreements. INTERNATIONAL BOARD 1'Ol.U'Y That the wLole question handling delicately was evidenced by the staieueot made by Inuniatioaal lloatd Member Kces, trat, while he Bgreod that in case of noa-pa! neat of wages, should lay down iteir tools, the poilcr oi th; organization was ih; right ote, viz: to hold to ajieraents in order to rr.akc operators accecf to luture agreements. A small district like S'o- 18 could not a3ord to ibivart lha policy oi the International. Iiri'.Mrate Drown "What are we or- ganized lor t'1 1 II. >i. Kces replied that r.e co'iid answer that shortly. ".Men in olden riais bargained he slid, the sckcowledevrcer-t that unity is strength was tbe origin oi all or- XO QUESTION OF STIUKi: With regard to.the iatfrpre.tatibntl "ratics 'Delegate .McXab rrid Out it should cot necessarily bf con- c0ti5irued as meaning "to strike." SUBSTITUTE MOTION Delegate Wheatley favored local au- tonomy and having as lew disputes ss possible to an outside chairman, and submitted a substitute motion to that eSect. Secretary Car- ter said that 21 years nso in negoti- ating lor as agreement with the op- erators a referendum proved that.the. majority were in favor of the acrec- rr.ent as embodied. There were .Mr-1 tain provisions made for local dls- P'jtcs. No matter personal opinion, it! was not acting consistently in going on record at o! not being in favor with tbe agreement. Board Member Burke felt that the. committee's recoinmeadat.ion Was not so mirti for adoption as" for discus- sion. ORIGINAL CARRIED The motion that where an injustice has committed on a local that the local is perfectly right- in taking action was lost. A motion to refer the recommendation-hack, to rnittee shared the same, late. The or- iginal motion embodied in-tte com- mittee's recommendation as 'printed was carried. NORTHERS FIELD 'The recommendation that the Xor- tiern field be organized without de- lay as the committee believe it is a menace to tie welfare 'of District IS to have so many unorganized workers working-iinder siic'h. conditions on the district was adopted without discussion. S1IALK MIXERS On the...recommendation that- thfe shale 'mTEVr'sTbi nedclif! be organized it was decided that this should hft re- ferred to District 6 of the Western Federation of Mir.ers. THE COMPENSATION" ACT The convention discouraged any- thing in the way of going to a tbirJsw York, Kansas. nclsco. 273 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND con veniecces; J5 per week. Apply S3- 7th St- S. Phone 128S. K BOARD AND modern conveniences; use of piano; on car line- Apply S04 6lh Ave. S. LOTS FOR SALE FOR residence lots close to car line, cheap. Sewer, wate and light; {25 cash each, balance per month. W. M. Oillelan, 1222 3rd A, v. -Booth. A- general- a a rvant. Apply to Mrs. H. H. Ellicker, 614 9th Stree South; 'city. 4i maa to lean jarber. no. experience. secet- ssry. Eight weeks coraplitn; tools and catalogue free. .Plenty cf if OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN DR. L. B. of Col leee Physicians and Al berta. Suite 31C-1S, Sherlock D'.tg Phone 1414. SURVEYING l. F, HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; lion Hydraulic Knglneer. Roonjs 5 aud S, Wliltuey Block. P. 0. Box Cj7. Phono DUFF t. M. KiT wards. U.A.Sc., Uoinlulon and Al- bcrta Ijr.d Surveyor; Donald A. Duff, blue print- Ins, civil erjgiuecrinff aud land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg Ixthbrldge. Alta. d-K MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R. E. McARTHUR. A. Mem. Can. S. Vard layouts. Sewerage Systems, Waler Supplies. Irrigation Works, Surveys, Pland. Kitlniatcj. dc. 104 Sherlock Bide. AUCTIONEER MASSAGE W. L. and Clly Licensed Auctioneer, Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm Galen a specialty.. ORice. at the Wtlsoit Furnllure Co., 404 13th St. Norlh. Phono 1023. Residence Phone Howntoivu oEUce at the Weyburn Really Co., Phone 1173. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR Miss K. May Holmfts, graduate bf the Ponnsjlvacla In- stitute, Medical and Gym- utslicc. Electrical Vi- bratory and Theiapei'tlc Light Electrolysis and Sham, pcolng Treatments given by ap- pointment only. Hnoni 1. Hull.Blk. troperty _ .__ is. We iitk'e a spellalty of.exchani'. ng anything., anywhere real estate or- personU p'roperty.x Commisiion-i rea- sonable; II you do" not set costs you Try OE. Wa-gel Uie wrUji, plioa'e 721'or KimDall t ImiSiBherr ock ;..-J i JT to the cljiifns of- which notice has been filed "with "'.-r rv Dtted-it 4th p'f py-brtftry, A.D.-1BH. .J--PALMER t Eollci tdrsTW the' 'AS mlrilHrator. MADAME ELLA Re- clte.r, Concerts and "At Homes" at- .tended. Teacher of Elocution. Clas- sical Dancing, Singing and General Deportment. 1? .Victoria-Mansions, 3rd Avenue South. HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail. All varieties of day: timothy, alfnlfa, blue joint, mixed hay. upland bay, oal hay ami straw. Mixed carloads a. specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar apace for reut. Hydo anil Kaunders, corner 2nd Ave. and SI. S. P. 0: Box 1127. Phone 1244. ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE t -.ij .Ccr.rr'actors. Phone 637. 700 Third Avenue-South. WELDING acre In-Parkdale for sale cash; can be subdivided into, six lots Apply to owner, P. O. Box 141, City. FOR 6 house on two loU. fenced, with stable, on 15th St, S., close lo car line. Apply 615 16tit SL South. ________53-6 J Dibble Farm Crop I of Bus. (CoMfQuetl ftoci ItonV the J acres, the total yield, and the average yield per acre.: ;CIiOP.STATISTICS FOR 1913 (iraia >Acres Yield Average to. 19 Us. 16" 07 Oati., Haiicy '-S63.4 '61 Wheat 306.4 33 Flax 293.0 14 ''Uy this you will see that threshed in all over bushels. With the exception ot the 203 aaes oi (lav, all our grain was grown on summer fallowed land. this acreage in oals we have j found that 986 acres oa the homcU place have averaged 105 bushels 2! Ibs., while the average on Ihci7 whole acreage of 2880.1 acres is lound they would like, they are giving up, i being imbued with trie idea that there }is nothing in farming. We believe [they could easily make their land produce ICO per cent, would mean a much larger perteot- age of profits. Valuin" the small percentage of our 1913 crop still on hand as accurately as possible, we have, taken Irom our 3S51.12 acres in cro? the past sea- son, an average of per aero I and wp are ourselves planning to ke a better record the coming sea- Should yoy find these figures ol any help you are at liberty to use them as von sec fit, as our ho will verify these statements." Bushels for Uncle Sam (Coatinutd from front 8ivinK to be. 100 hnsheh and 10 Iks. We be- lieve this yield is largely due to the purity of tf.e seed, and the very cate- lul cleaning and grading it has re- ctlvcd the past few years. wheat yield was largely cut down on account of having setded an inferior variety- of wheat very Ihick, Intending.to cut lay, and alter- wards deciding to thresh it. Our Marquis wheat yielded [rom 45 fo. 50 bushels per acre., 11 occurs io us that II Inquiring settlers could be convinced that'hf careful methods oi summer fallowing