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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Duly Herald in. Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, February Number 04, MINERS PASS RESOLUTIONS Dealing With Proposed Amendments to Mining Act, Affairs In Spokane, Emergency Hospital MAY DROP THE NAVAL BILL DEBATE R. uvmcsroNE CONSERVING FORESTS The afternoon session of the U. M. W. 01' A-. convention yesterday was up with a coirilnuaJQon ol tine discussion on the proposed amend- ments to the toning Act. The hard- ship tliat the examination for co-n> pc-itency proposed would be to tine for- eign element, was "brought forward, und on the o'.ther hand some delegates expressed very strongly tlie opinion thait the object of 'the resolution was that all foreign miners should -be re- quired to undersitand "English as there this be considered by convention of 1911 as a more opportune time was carried. A resolution was N intoduced and passed that in view of the suffering caused to injured miners through lock of immediate attention, the leglslait- should toe asked to compel all min- ing companies to erect emergency hos pita'ls at or near the mines. In regard to the question of agree- ments ihe statement was made 'tliat the -agreement at Frank expires on were times when danger night be i the iihitrty-ttrsi of March this year and For This Work Yet Untouched Ottawa, Feb. the navy de bate today a -thoughtful, well deliver ed and able speech by C. J. Dofheirty or St. Anne, was made. Mr. came out in support of Mr. Borden's re-solution of an emergency tlon favored an appeal to tine people and expressed strong disapproval o the Laurier proposal in thait whil they inaugurated participation In im peiial navy defence did n6t sufeguar averted if such were iibe case. Re- garding The examination of foreign- ers too, it was held Hhat an interpre- ter could easily toe employed. The president expressed liionself as 5n fa- vor of the resolul'on as tit Stood but he recognized that some of the best dinners were men who could not speak English. Again 4t was held that ithe 'board of examiners should be ttiedteu fivni ths collieries where fine examination was being (held, that be- dng more conducive to the welfare of t-iie miners in the different places. The resolution was submitted to a sub-committee for reconsideraltiion and amendment where advisable. A resolution was -submitted and passed fhat whereas the United Mine Workers Union had assumed control over all classes of workmen In and around the mines including mechan- ics, it would tend to strengthen the organization if they were given proper represenitation, that two members should be added '.to the scale commit- that could consider the new agree ment who would be members of the mechanical department, to be appoint- ed by tfae distict officers. A resolution was also passed .leptor- ing itlie state of affairs in the city of Spokane where the officials had incar- cerated some four hundred members of labor unions and denied them the right of free speech and a free 'and that such action was an insult there was a likelihood of trouble its -the operators intended to reduce the price of pillar coal which'the men did not intend to countenance ait all. In the evening the convention was entesitained hy the local Trades and Lahor Council wJien a program of songs -and speeches were given and refreshments served. SUCCEEDS HARDIE AsSuperintendegtOftiieGah Mine-Is Chief Miniig Inspector Robert Lflviingstone, of Edmonitoei, chief mining inspector for the prov- ince of Alberta, has been selected as ihe successor of W. D. L. Hardie as superintendent of n j the committee of the whole he be given an opportunity but seen tho close of thf session he declined t say what particular object he had. i .'jav iiiHi in i ut; HVW i int. i-TtiouiHc.ri the Italian, Slavonian and French members. tho attention of to fur-: for only a few numbers, Monarch, Feb. car of groe-' erics, shipped from Hamilton, Ont., die Price of all -weekly for McLean Rro.s., in the conmry. Good solid infonna-i whfch on Thlirsdav, had to be paid for and firc soon aftcr arrival. Thr car and some of its contents were to build up a good strong; without considering ttie incrrasinc .seems to be greatly j the rtis-l imprests of any individual j firaiification 1o the boarrt of trustees! Harmony vras essential to the such an ideal and to Mr. Atwood for his well complisherf work as designer and ON THE PRISONER Yesterday afternoon in response to a telegram from mo 2. RydaL alias William bills Grren or Green alias Bydal, on th-i Our teacher expresses his: djargc.of thof. of overcoat at a tjjrH Blrd at at XNRr INSURANCE COMPANIES TndginR from remarks made n1 members of misceUaTico'.is and van cement of all institutions. CHAIRMAN CONNERS WILL RESIGN APRIL Albany, X. Y., Feb. orir.ers will continue as the chairman of tiie democratic state com-j until April 17. he call-j the committee meeting to order j shortly after three o'clock this after.- an order to re-open British ports noon he stated that it was his inten- bills to ineorporat lire life insurance c-ompaj lodging house in Lettibridge. The ios may bc of jn ore prisoner was found wearing the coat disastrously to promoters whi in question and was brought to ihn! there is little hope that social cli city last, night. He was tried sum- -who in future seek incorporation xvl K -if t Magistrate Macdougall bo given privilege of having bars fi The C. 1 K. to. has built n oau-] inorMngt chief appear-1 lnc sale of liquors on their pvemis' e plattorm here, and the new >lepot, %_, i u nng for the croun and H. MemlxTs 01 the eomnurtee flower of early spring, is already fof opinion that it was cased. After taking the evidence of allow the ir.ccrporation ef these the owner of the coat and thai of companies and The bill incorpora The Board of Agriculture will issue Constable Bird the case was the Western Canada Fire Insur tomorrow mornine. One of '.he Company, which was one under points in t.he case is how woll cnssion, whirh was allowed to sti i rooteti in t'uc alreadv built. Argentine cattle, is expected. Argon- lion to resign at the end of his term Una has friver, assurance that, there is ithe city police and the mounted po- over until tho promoters appeared' on that date and gave his reasons for no fear of disease spreading from Bra-1 'ice work together for the -preserva- fore the commitirr. so doing. zil and Paraguay. of law and order. (Continued on Page ;