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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT VHK IJUHBhttXJB DAlut WJW11) WKDNKSDAY. .JANUARY, 11; 1920 fcr: M OF IL i 1 .of tight Ho Mm Of The Trouble Since Taking "Fruit-a-tfres" lOjCiiwuSr., M.JXICE.U.. "I was a great sufleror from Rkcs- I consult ed specialists; took medicine: used luSijns; but nothing did uiogood. Thcnl began. and la M days ihe pain was cisler is out to fight industrial I'nion. and iiave shown and when lho de-J and the Khcumalisin raucli betlcr. his district 10 win their .ijMlnn Ihe WepU-rn t'oal h.iid ihe assistance of tlio Interna- tional ruion at that time, tliey re- district financial aid. and Ed. Browne, o! Tabcr. secretary of this tuouey had been used as' tho O.BU. has sent out the following. expenses of tlte distrh-t and I loiter, lu reply to clwrsci macle by (0 tcrtajn lllc miners X'. M. A. officers Taber, Jan. To Officers and Members of District No. 1, Miniug Dem. O.U.I'. attention lias been drawn to a circular issued by tho In-'thought to ban? the famous lernational Commission..copy of same around o'ir necks. The having been published in the Oafgary thousand fivo humtred dollars Herald, Jan. 3rd, 1920, ibe paporwhuh back., which the financial slate- j is out to fight industrial I'nion. and {menu iiave shown and when I" which is working in conjunction with ;mkmWai given in Ihe courts against! tho International Commission. local uuimi. railed Miuc i Operalors and Government, the board; "ow, for five llteir iast dying fight their object that it would light this decl-j to try :ini discredit I'. M. ju highest courts in the lsud.1 phere, and myself, in the eyes of thoibe-ing -abort ot funds Ine executive] general public, as they know they board dccidwl to borrow J1S70.00 'ronil of tho King'o priio bulU, which took first prize at provincial tax syflem arc iu prospecl when tlyi leglslaturft meets. The sup- i t i j the pltn being Hut a board of !elementary revenue is to ba raUealtivo members EbaM hl, entrusted wilh [in fulure. it is proposed, on a valua- tiou basis instead of by Ibe presenl ifixed ralo acre. Valuators have iho ground during the past i> ir I year and have placed fatr values upon 1 11. JUU 11UU11, .___, to of security this tuoney was drawing j ,S per inierest yame as in the transfer money from the llillcrest He- [banks, wuen I leti office this money lief Fund, to the general fund, this ISHvas still in the hands of Ihe clerk of a deliberate false statement, as tbe the tour! and the International Corn- record granting- the authority tuevr ot same, in regard to made by tho District Biecutivo the that was borrowed by tho of which -Frank and Hoberl l.cvitl, two of tha present interua- nal supporters know is true and the jbility against tho miners this i inuto book with the records in were tricl. and when going out of offic executive with the1 same authority as had been always used and was a Ha- dis- 60c a box, C for J2.00, trial size25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-Uvts limited, Ottawa. 11 employed by the commission to audit my books when I demanded an audit of my books before handing them over to the commission, and you can rest assured that they have examined that Hillcrest Relief-Fund by the men of this district that I would cover the loan with ruy own money and trust lo the boys of the district lo nay me. the cheque was issued but Kheu it was minuto hook A lo X. and know presented to the bank there was a few Iho authority was before they dollars shut and of course the cheijue issued the circular as we were ser- was turned down, the International i vauts of tho rank and file ot this auditor did not report lo mo and l! irict and not dictators, it has not know that the cheque was custom of executive hoards and i turned down, until 1 received a corn- jiullcy committees of lins dislricl, mumcation from Indianapolis on Xov- which the quarterly financial 6th. 1019. 1 then inquired from incuts have shown to get a loan from tho bank and found out the reason and were any bills cama lo their office after mo leaving there it was their duly to find out from nio it theso bills were owing. In conclusion I wish to elate that i.; the International treasury had been looked after as well as the district treasury taking Into consideration the legal fights wo hare had (o contend with this last two years, that with the per capita tax tlicy have received, they would have hail" millions ot dol- lars in their treasury, inc-lcatl ot pay- ing machine organiiers in closed shop districts. Yours tor success ot the Ono Big Uuion. EDW. BROWNE, Secretary. the lands as a basis for lho supple- mentary tiies, this belus considered a much more equitable and satisfactory method of niaklnc the levy. The prin- having been already approved of. lie legislature -will now be asked to int It In operation tor (ha present ear. The appointment of an assessment board for the equalization ol assess- nenis throughout the province Is also Ikely to' bo dealt with by the legls- aturc. This is in line wllli an lounceineut mado by Hou. A. Q. Mac- minister of municipal "affairs, at llio preparation ot a moro adequalo divlsoti of the provincial (ai assosemcnts as belwcen cities and country. TUc chairman of this board will-be- appointed by the governrusnt as Us represeulalive. and Ihe other members will bo nominated by the union of urban municipalities and by Ibc municipal .districts. ihe Hillcrest llelief at different when the general fund was lho money paid on November limes when Hie general fund was 1M9. tltn states! empty, to carry on Ihe business of the lhat many debts were owing. Ihe only district until such times as ihev were'debts owing was to barri- in a position to repay sarno.Tfor in- ster, which I bad ok'd for them and fiance, when 1 look otflco iii October rwo five hundred- dol- one to Alex barrister, of Ferule, ivhich I refused to ok. as t lars'was owing to Iho llillcrest Relief (considered same was too high, if (here CHRISTMAS .ON A LIGHTSHIP Delegates Selected