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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY THE IJETHBBIDGK DAILY HKBALD. PAGE NINE OJJllGlfADERSDECLAi MiMtiBf CfJgary uttl "reporii Irem otter wkera It 4n. to to Browne's that the taken' la laror of the One Big Union stm Cftairnian lot to the board of O.B.U. at a rawt njlwirt at ;Bruli Mountalu Pvk hid bees nttuvd work by (hi Ofinton tjwy.j town IB would M. W. of; "Ai orfanltw. We hare. ad After a few irliwl'UiB men Ifi that ctnp to abttaln meii at fcad allowed from making any but thug to return to work, but at the the board raeatiu Momn lain Pwk wu Mil- loekM out. sent ti to MomaUln ta mailm desperate." Atttr Statwnwrt Or (bowed that of the O.B.U. in the mining dlilrlct vaa t.OOC, and KID N EY PILLS We tot tbrovch' our bnslneis In konrs. by of the of the la re- tard to their sub-districts wa rery arath'ytnf, and showed that ou men are rery anxious to avoid strike ar. vudou to bare at tho earlles moment a which will euror. stable conditions I the coal industry during the presen year. know that a large ?ectlo of the public stVloasly mlsuuderstan the right we are putting up agalns United Mint Workers ol America, and look upon our organization something 'undeelrable.' "There are a numcer of thlngi ould Ifke to the public contlila We would Ilka thinking people to as why it Is thatithe American organlz tlon spent nearly to reta: control in this dlltrlct, snd why It that the companies dominated t American capital are so anxious beep the miners bound under th United Mice Workers of America. how American opo ators are to hold control ot Canail arkets. We know how closely par iadlau minister of labor has beV.L 4 Workers ot Ani- headquarters' in' we do not wonder at his determl- fr .tion to coeice our miners Into that ganlaatlou. During recent stay Calgary, he never met a single coal uiluw ot the Canadian west, and stilt i toes back to Ottawa and s? t authority on (he situation, in Letter te KoberUon spirit of our- district at this me 1s expressed, I believe, Ja tis Jol- wlng'letter wMlch was sent to Iluii. ideon minister of labor; r E.' premier nd to W. H. Armnlront, director ot '-'Calvary, Jan.' 3, 1'JO. 'Dear- eiecuUvt board of Mitrtct No. X Mining Department, In session In Calvary, January bare come, to a unanimous de- laion ln; regard lo the' instructions to e laid before the membership. A copy f-the .resolution of recommendation ent to the membership foilowa here- with, .aiid we aclc'tor It'your careful .tUntlcn. 'Resolved That tha executive loard of District No. 1, Mining Depart- ment O.B.U., after having had a tull eport from etch niemb'er of (Me board n regard to the cMaitions and tha leGllngfi of the mine In every lub-dlslrlct, recommends ha follows That the 14 percent Increase ncluded In order accepted as R a.'rangemer.i pending the a gcueral wage scale WOMAN FCie% FROM FRANajf'iTQ 'MOROCCO RABAT, Morocco, Jan. (French French aviatrlx has arrived here from Paris by r'r, having made the Bleat tn no dayt.' This U the first Of a woman nylnj rraice to Morocco. The' cortrad 1.160 wu about from accountant's report: 'HMkrMt Fund receipt? -r.l dU- up of agreement; Usdev no coaBlderatic-n must .claa-Tv of order, makos signing o! U. vV.. W. ot A. check-off, le accepted: bnrteBWti. oT Hlllcrest Relief1 Fund are detailed is exhibit "0." and t stateaeai 'ot assets and lIsbillUM ta. flven In "D." It will be noted that a .cheque at Beatrice Biowne was''returned u dishonored. The relation of this cheque to the fund was u follows: 'Tha whole of the fund Iraoantlng ,was withdrawn from the 3anX on July 24} and 2B, and en Aug- ust li o! It was reaepoelted to the credit ot P. M. Christophers and Ed. Browne. When settlement was on Augnrt 25 a cheque ot Beatrice Br6vne was also deposited to their credit lo cover tho shortage so ?a to meet for In TOW Thli cheque o' Uoa- Browile wu dishonored, and the back chariod It bsck to your ac- conut, the other account being cloced. As tar an we hare been able to loaru tic not yet been met.' failed to Deposit -Mie deficit of J548.30, whifi is "'District No, 1, Mining Dopartraent O.B.U. "'OKIce of Secretary-Treasurer, November 25, 'John HouBlon, 'Acting Secretary District No. 18. 'U.M.W. or Calgary, Alta. "'Enclcxed you nil! find Express Orders Cor Please deposit to credit of Relief Fund. Thli covers the amount due thla fund.' Klnd'7 forward receipt. "'BD. BROWNE. Secretary.' "We have been legally adrUed that proceedings could hare taken agalnit. Mr. Christophers and -Mr. la (Ms matter. Never Paid Back "We furthw found In an examlna- Son of report relative to the Hlllcre.Et Relief Fund that !TO.OO bad beeit transferred from the Relief Fiyji id. tie General Fund. :'y.f sever; been back'to Relief Wlieil we took charge o! the office ihe general and defcoce fund was depleted and cany were outstanding ngalnsl the district. "We are at a loss to know where Ihe former officials had authority to transfer money that beloi.ged lo a widows' and orphans' relief fuud iulo the general fund. U appears to us to a Violent breach anc we only draw It to your attention to show you bow the business of the district was conducted by these man. aro other financial transac- lons by former 'employes of the' dis- trict organizations, our Judgment are not free from crittclUs, which we will .call .to your attentioa In the near, future when eroect to have the audit printed and sent (o, e.ach lopal union UEUIBBON TJSA. A New Woman! Thafs what ts after a hot cup of fragrant Blue Ribbon Tea. It Aliases away that old tired feeling and fills he? with new life. So delicious too. Try It. That lu the event of any ottliejthg thai tliey hare failed to coal operators putting ialo effect-i in thd bank again after the iockout for r.ith clause 3 ot order 141 r-ienibership of the shall tske such acllon as they may wiibdrawn was not paid by Ed. former i af- deem necessary for the support ot that portion of the membership 30 discriminated against. 'The mine workers of this district do not consider a 14. percent increase at this time to yp for. the steadily-increasmg cost ot but t-einr desirous of avoiding any dis- turb anyc, placed in a position where Oiaf !r-sreused of not con- sidering the interests of tijo ivubiic. they are" willing as a temporary ar: rangenient to accept the 14 percent mentioned in the director of coal oper- ations' order 141. The idea ot being forced into an organization which has been rejected auoh coercion as is shown in 3 of order 141 cannot be p.pproyed ihem, nor dn we -bellevo it would ue endorsed by the general public. membership of our.organlzz.. tr-3 bsnrted loguther for mutual treasurer oi Distritt No 18, the following letter was wriUeu. and Bent by. the International com- wbo-aie in charge of the af- fair In this .'lelJ. which "-as aa fol- lows have Bad a chartered ac- countant .an audit of your ac- counts and make investigation of the baak deposits' and receipts. have Quoted tie statement he makes per- tslnlnit to the Hillcrest Relief Fund. i.Ste audltOi-'s stateraent.) 'This statement showa that when the money out of the bank 2nr! ihon later 'rednposited, the de- posit'shows that there was a shortage of the amount it 5548.30, and that a dicque was JEStted by Beatrice .cover the shortage, but of Beatrice Browne was and'' tho hank charged the .checiue to {he account of the Hill-: crest Relief Fund. Therefore, this fund is' still short and on be- half ut the commission, and so au- thorized, 1 am demand :upoa THE BiEATHEABLE REMEDY 4 LWAYS keep a box of'Peps on hand.and immediately 3 you feel'a'tickling iii your throat and want to H Peps.tabtet in your mouth. The medicinal fumes given off dissolving Peps minglewiththeairyoubreathe, and Tike the Pine Forest air of Switzerland, reach every nook and corner of the throat and lungs, where the danger lies. Peps bathe the breathing tubes with a germ-destroying 1 vapor, which is a sure safe- I guard against infectious coughs aud colds. When tablet, is in the mouth every breath taken strengthens your defence against throat and chest troubles. 50c. box, 3 for All dealers or Peps FREE trial package., sent upon roceiot of this advertisement and ic. stamp for postage, COUGHS; ONLY TABLETS MARKED ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without (lie "Bayer Cross" Foi Tain, Jlcaihrtit, U, Kursclip, and for ________ Scislicd, NTeit- iiiarked itith the or you are not faking Aspirin at all' Accept Tablets of Aaph-ta" in' aa unbroken package which contains complete di- rMlIoni. Then you arc gelling real gerralno Aspirin pro- scrlintl .by phynicirfna for over uino- lecn years, Now made in Cantula. Ilandy tin lioxes conUfnlne; 12 tub- lets cost but a, few also sell larger 1'Tfcere It enly ono xanit say "Buyer" lin'rVtn li till inMic tn ot Tlrrsr of Mono- 0( KsHtrnocU. U li well hnlirn thai Atlilrln JIayoi Ih. of IMTitwiiS mtrk, tin " Vi'At." scrlminated agdtnBt by any bctiqh ke'n by ihdlrldual'coal operators his (ialo, 'By order of the executive (Signed) BROWNE, U. M. W. A. Officials Report Hillcrest Helief Fund Was Short (Calgary Horald.) Slnca, Samnol Itallaiityne and am. Dalrymple, the special coroniis- lon appointed by Ilio United. 5} Workers of America hare "been here tralghtening out the- coal angle In Alhertfi, tbcy paiii ome llUle Bllenllon tn the ol various locals which, it is stn-.oj, ]a lead of being sent to tho Interna- lonal, had been retained by the 0 l.U. leaders and gome of the secre aries, Whether legal steps will bo alien lo recover tills money, or not not yet been decided.- A complete report from ilie chartered .account who has been employed in Ihe matter, has riot yet been 'presented Tn .tho meantime, ho.wcver, th ihhrlered accountant lias completcc its investigation -in connection witl he Hillcrest Widow's and Orphans lelief Fund, nnd this lias formed tlif lunject of a circular ivhich has Jus been Issued by tho commission nm which is being sent to Ihe varioui coal mining districts ol Ilie provlncu Text of Circular This circular, whichi. Is of an .ex remely Interesting nature, reaijs a follows "We understand that some leader, and advocates of tho Ono Big Union aro going about repeatedly trying ti discredit the representatives of th' United "Mine Workers of Amerlc; who aro working in this field by ei dcavorlng to leave tho impreasio liat we arc not-hOnoraMo in :ou transactions, and that they, tho On Uij? Union loaders, are free from cr tlclsm. Wo wish lo inform yon tba we havo no fear of tho light belli thrown ou .any of our acts wlill transacting business for tho Unite Mlrjo Workers of America, but afte -sM iierueal of n chartered countanl's report, Mrho examined til ncounts of District No. IS, we ar convinced that tho of forme 1'realdent P. M. .Christophers an Secretary ..Ed. Browne, are :-not fre from critlcsm. "We wish, (o call your attention facts ns brought out' by th auditor after examining the books' !ho former dlsirlcl officers. wo calf your attention to transaetinn relative to tho Hillcrest Widow and Orphans' Fund. This fund, a we- understand It, was created afto tho Hlllcrest the monoy Ing subscribed for the. sold benefit' the widows and orphans loft by th men killed In tho explosion. "The following In on Item coiiie ;lkyl a .Illlull. c le' of the amount to ake up this 'shortage. We expect an swer from you as soon as possible. "'On bebalf 'CL 'commiscion. (Signed) 'SAMUEL J5ALLANTYNE, "Following Is :tho :reply received om Ed. Browne, former Secretary District No. 18 You Get up "Bred as a auV sleep is full of ogty dreams you need fiEECHAtiS PIUS Fatigue'is the result r ot poisons produced by exercise or failure to digest food proper- ly, and eliminate it promptly with the aid oi liver and kidneys. Wocti.aGiiDM.Bn OnBodyandFaw, Redandltchy, Cried For Hours. LastedaYear. "A rash ttirted all over my dVishi] she had seme on her face. It slaitra in a pimple (hit was full of water, and It got red snd Itcby, Sho cri ed for hours Thfs ttoubls Usted a year. "Then I tuned whh a free urnple and Olmmnit. I .Ixmght more, and I used Toiir Mtti of and three of Olntrneni wh Ich beakd h cr. (Signed) Mrs. Larigly, 1033 SW.Vodun', Qae., August 11, 1918, The CulKiini ToBrt Trio Conebslng; of Soap, Ofatrnent ami Tdcum Is en indispeniable cdjuna of the daily toilet In rnitnulnlnz skin purity Ma health. ZSx, piaimwl 25 and BOe. Umrtcd. 3l. Pant flL. rk, rt without net. t- yf-ff For sixteen years I have used i-Buk in my practice, and have always found the results from its appli- cation highly satisfactory. In my opin- ion there is .nothing to compare with it for skin roughness and irritation to chronic skin diseases. With- out a doubt, Zam-Buk has wonderful curatire properties, and yhen a patient requires such a remedy' I always pre- scribe Zam-Buk." This letter of appreciation has just beeii received by the proprietors of Zam-Buk from Dr. A. P. Shibley, of 'Washington, D.C. The medical profes- sion is always slow to recommend a remedy, and the fact that many doctors now prescribe Zam-Buk, is one of the Surest proofs of its superiority. Zam-Bnk's superiority is due to its herbal composition. It is all medicine, with absolutely no animal fat, and is so blended, refined and concentrated that it contains the maximum germ-destroy- ing, soothing a ad healing power. Owing to its absolute freedom from animal fat, ,Zam-Buk cannot become rancid, but will keep indefinitely without losing any of its strength or purity. While the healing power of Zam-Buk, snd its power to penetrate to the root of skin disease is so great, .yet its action is so mild, that it is the ideal preparation for the pirn pies, eruptions, and rashes which so often occur amongst young children. Mothers agree that it is the best balm for baby, fur burns, icalds' gqctd f orJtcgemay r wor'm, li.lccrk, .abscec bolls, plmplci, aad piles. i t[ f le. sttms (for to Tocoato. nd free trtil wUl be TOO. Like the Main-Spring Correct lubrication for gasoline engines like the main- spring in your watch. Your motor car or truck cannot by the correct lubricant. PoTarinc aprcnda pring l the bind of service it should give without proper lubrication thin unbreakable film ng parts of the tnott qualities during coid weather" rior under tfie intense Jicat of steady Goircct lubrication with Imperial Polnrinc vnctins amootn t.ght compression, minimum wear, and pavrer at lull strength. Imperinl Polnrins aleo with trouble from fouled spark and carbonized piston, heads and: valves. Imperial Polarine is a carefully it fined oil of quality from selected etudes. Three Polarine Imvwrml Polarlnt Heavy, Imperial Polarine A. rrial Polarine Transmission and Different in I Lubricants specially made to give 100% acrvice. Imperial Pol urine is.sold in half-baireTit and barrels, Bleel gallon, gallon and hall-galton sealed c For Sak 6u Ltadina DtaUn ;