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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920 SECOND SECTION LCT1IBIUPGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGK SEVEN Closed Shop Now Applies to Many Mines in Alberta Says Organizer i OK CLUB ANNUAL MEETING Federal Coals Here is Signed Up And Comes Under mtnt The situation In the Federal miners o( which-returned lUc-ir International charter to Indian- apolis and formed their, own union in- dependent of the International .and it left for Ferale on Friday morning to organ I to the miners thore. Under Cloud Shop In the Alberta coal mines the fol- lowing mines are now organized tor tho International and aro working under thtf closed shop: The Alberta BloVk Coal' Co., Drmnholler; Atlas Coal Co., Unimhellcr; It. minos at :Iand Co mine, at' Druinheller; Eicclslor Col the.O. B. U., am! which the operators Gait Mines, Leili of itho mine refused to recognize as i Bridge; jiamilton Coal Co., Wayne; acclamation. Alf. Brown, of Edmon 'A framed rlotiee In letters of blue, whlth alLnutofets who ruji may readj stands at the station of the Imperial Oil Co., 'jn Fourth Avenue, stating that the price of gasoline now at 46 'cents per gallon. This is the In the price of the- article within the'latt ten days. The lart one hoitteS the price locally and In Alberta to 46 gallon. At the garages the fluid Is telling at SO cents a gal- lon, i The prlet of gasoline has gone In the last few years from 33 cents In June, 1914, per gajlon at the service stations -throughout-Alberta to. Us present price of 48 cents in the province. The usual reasons are given for the.flight gasoline taken, namely, Increased cost cf production and high exchange rates. ing the first, annual meeting ot the Al- berta Industrial pevelopnient Associa- tion and its branch, the Western Col- onization Association, held in Hdniou- 1011. In addition to Mcssrs; Freeman and Meech there were, present from ethbridge Messrs. Spooner and Ter- ill. Mr. Meech reports that the research vork ty tho Provincial Govcrnnieut, rhlch Is being carriedion'at ITni- ersity, was dealt with by Iir. Tory the Hon. Mr, Cote shov.-eil that his work was being actively prose- :uled. Such matters as the testing it salt deposit, of etc., the by-products ot coal and he possibilities' of the dye industry the qualities, etc. of tar and iltcli, nnd the assaying of clay depos- ts having nlready been gone into in detail. Manufacturing Census _ Tbe Association Itself has" partially In-spite of tho high cost ol living and lack of housing facilities. 1717 marriage licenses were issued in Brooklyn, N.iv in January, or 400 more than tuo same month last year The civil sittings of the nupremo court 'finished yesterday, the inter- pleader cases having gone over, to the 'Mny sittings, so that pleadings ma? bn filed In place ot the ordinary Inter- pleader issue. This arose from tho ob- jection taken 'by the mortgagee claim- ants lo the joining of the several' wage claimants as co-plaintiffs without counsel first having had opportunity to examine on discovery. Tho several ccrteorai cases also were adjourned and will1 be heard in Calgary. Criminal Sittings The criminal sittings commence on Tuesday, tho 24tli, with .rather a lengthy docket. A large number of tbeso may Ije jury cases, and as the judge is only assigned here for one, week, it is doubtful if it pos- sible to hear very many. The list Is as follows: Ilex vs Russell theft-. Ilex T. X. .McCormach, theft; Her vs Newton Morgan, theft; Ilex vs Cath- erine Smith, perjury; Rex vs Arthur O. Charlesworth, assault; Ilex CHILDREN'S SHOES Has the Important factor of" building feet in infancy ever occurred tp you? This can-ha dona uy having your children's -feet properly, fit-, ted with shoes suitable to the" particular foot to allow for growth as well as keep tho foot in proper shape while growing. Adults suffer from v foot ail- jments, commenced in infancy. How about yours? BRING THE CHILDREN TO US WE KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. Nelson Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING PHON-E 1766 cumsiancies warraut. Will Meet In Lethbridge The programme lor tho next Indus- trial Congress was outlined and the Edmonton Board of Trade agreed In take charge of the providing of all the accommodation and necessary facili- ties for carrying out the programme, of the two-day whtch will he hpld in Edmonton this year. The itinerary includes the Congress being one-half a day in Lethbridge on Juno 2nd. It was reported that delegations from the Urlttsh manufacturers iatlou, the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and various American In- dustrial concerns and chambers of commerce would join la the Congress. The Congress this year will be joint- ly carried through by the Provinces ot Alberta anil British Columbia. SOUND ADVICE ON JAM PHONE No. 1J14 426 13th STREET NORTH J. A. Johnston GROCERS Fresh Bggs, per dozen Fresh Dairy Butter, per )b. Canned Corn, nor tin .......r..'. Canned Tomatoes, per