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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 he Herald's Page of Live Local News Deralb All The Local Newt: Where You Expect It TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1920 AUJt'KTA. NO CLUE YET Morgan Makes Statement hi There is On in Real Earnest Siaioinenls that there Is a lockout Mountain Pork mines as n result i of the O.11. U.-ll. M. W. of A. flglit for' control arc dented by Morgan acting chairman ot tho Unlletl Min- ers' Commission now In control In Ulstrlct No. 18. "H has boon drawn to tho attention No clue has' its yet been ob- talued of. the; Vbereabouts of the ussaimiU' .uf Mrs. Cnrnlli, of North Lsinbrldge. In addition to the hall-dozen ar- rests On suspicion made by U'.o A.P.P., about .eUbt ran have been arreatooV by tie clly" po- lice. In they fallal to be Identified by the victim ot the assault. UN 1919 Will lie Held Here Wednesday Sessions, Afternoon and Evening :0fl to (hi enow (he wagon went j on to the hinJ legs of the horses and started' them-In a iriglu dowu the street and onto Clh Ave. In their wild career the top ot shed of tha wagon caught the trolley wired of tbo street car system on Iho avenue and brouuht'theui down la a heap, luckily without'touching anybody present or .tba worses. The wires live ones ja'ud have Been a case of elec- trocution where contact was The team was stopped wiies past oili Ave. by the cable ql the vason break- ing. A> a result et Ihc trolley wires Bulled down the rod lino car was held, up tor au hour and a JL Ulullll lu LUU M of .the Uultei Mloo Workers officials Consumption >Vas Gaitong Per Capita parative Figures Iliat a lock-out Is III effect in the Monn Park Collieries. We wish to give c complete denial to thti statement, as It is not In accordance with said Jlr.-Morgan. "Tho management of this mine IB of the bylaw now advertised complying with tho contract as entered for Ilio expenditure on two pumps for Into between Uip Uulted Mlno Work- Increasing tbo present water supply, trs of Ihe operators of It will be.interesting to know that In District Eighteen. We wish to assure the paat year per capita consumr- NOTHING IN IT The district convention ot the for- ward Movement will be held in tbo city tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon with two sessions, one iu iliu tfier-. noon and one in the evening. The .fternoou session will begin at -2 o'clock, and in the program there will an address, "Tho World's Chal- lenge- to by Yen. Arcli- deacou Hayes, of Calgary, aud on tional Aspect of the by Dr. A. 0. Meliae, principal of Western Canada College, Calgary. There will be a discussion and denominational rallies. Uio evening session, to cora- ineuco at 8 o'clpck, the er will be Premier Charles wbo will deliver an address. Thero Ninth Street Lady Has Mothered Rv Pigeon Three .Years Ago A rumor was current In the clly last night 'that n valuable cache was discovered OR the premises of the city police. In the way of 27 new police unl-. forms received hero so' far back as Hie days when Chief Davis was' in charge of the- force. The cacho. however, on Inquiry has been found to be a "rnare's and there is no truth In Ihe so lar as the city police know uuythlng about it. ronto. Tho convention -will be bold In the auditorium of Wesley church, by kiiid permission of tho church. 'jl speak- stewaft. wbo will deliver an address. Thero all miners'of this district that they tlou of water for domestic purposes al30 bo on address on "Foreign is 111 have the complete, proteclion of Iu tbo city was S9.5 gallons per day i Aspect of the by Hcv. D. A. Ihe United Mine Workers' Orginln- aud tor all purposes gallons. Of japaD, and an address by lion in carrying out the terms of Iho The average consumption for domes' ]iov, (Capt.J W. B. Cnswell, of To- Agrceraont existing between tho West- Ho use'In general-is estimated to be urn Coal Operator's Association, and 50 gallons per head, tho United Mlno Workers of America Taking tho water consumption in in District Klghtcen. Wo further wish oilier western cilies for the year 191S. lo point cut lo all the miners desiring Edmonton for all purposes used St.3 to work under the agreement entered gallons; Medicine Hat, 204 gallons; into, tha Increase of 14 per cent, will Itegina, 68.1 gallons'; Saskatoon. 63.1J. bo imiiiGdlateiy paid on the signing of Moose Jaw. 47 gallons. I Tho tlu'ee lat- tho check-off. Wo, also draw your at- for are melercd cilies. The.figures for tendon lo the fact that the checkoff Calgary have not been giveji out. la is being signed by a majority ot the the case of domestic supply, Kdmon- inlnore in tho district. ton used per capita- 58 gallons, liegina "Any miners desiring to work In tho 6G gallons, Saskatoon' 27.1 gallons. Mountain Park Collieries, kindly get Moose Jaw 31.0 gallons. The town of in'touch with ofliclals of tho United Hcdclifl used in the same period 88.8 Mine Workers of America at 310-317 gallons for all purposss and 60 gallons Ueverldge Building, Calgary, or their fm domestic purpqses: In the year Urges Ineoriife Tax as liasis of Relations With Labor, Too representatives at Mountain Park'1 !101S Iho consumption in L-ctlibridgc for domestic purposes was 102.2 gal- lons per capita, and for all purposes, 149.9 gallons. In Minneapolis Looking across the border, we find that, according to the Minneapolis Mrs. Peden's Brother, Archie Spence, and Miss McLaugh- lin's .Brother in R. N, W. M. P. A new coal mine lias beeh added to the mines around In tho open- N.-Another The lato Mrs. Peden, who was a vie: Journal, the residents of that cityltlnl the C.P.It, wreck at Corblel, 'used 82 gallons per capita per day; I "ear North Bay, Out., was the sister this included water for all purposes. Mr- Archie Spence, of Ibis city, who Water consumption in the' American at 630 IGib St., North Letb- city increased approximately 10 per .bridge. her two'sons, hail over 1018, and the water pumped "lrtt world announcement thill a new company with a paid upr'Th'e head'office .or the Great West capital of known as the'-Motors will be in'Calgary. Tho officers Great West Motors, Limited, has been of the P. j: foi-med in the province. The forma-' Hon.of this new company, which has laken over the distribution of Over- been on a visit to Scotland and Was returning to her liomo in Vancouver, namc ot' M land and Willys-Knight cars lor the entire province of Alberta and Eastern llritlsb Columbia, makes Uio largest autompbllo distributing company hand- ling one line of cars in western Can- ada. Incorporated In the new com- pany is the well-known local firm of B. C. May Coy., which has hitherto had the agency for tho Overland cars In the northern half of the province. presldcnt; E. Court dent and manager for Northern Al- berla; C. 11. Coar, general manager, Calgary. There will be two main sales branches, one at Calgary-and one at Edmonton Tho Edmonton branch t'onedhere. The ate Mrs Peden was r aun by marriase This was the Mfss McLaughhn o Can- "da- accompanyin Scotland. to Vancouver from Cftlgary branch by PresWent P. J. Ken- i nedy. Eventually, expected that another branch will be.opened at bridge and with the opening of the north country still another will prob- ably be located nt Peace River. .J. Hillyard K.C.. brother ot Dr. CJ. .W. Leech, of was tho- speaker at -tho regular monthly scsslon of the Rotary Club on Monday etcning. In his address .Mr. Leech ealt with' reconstruction problems, during which he stated his belief that .ings would havo to happen in Canada In order to brine about indus- rla! peace which will help the Do- minion gnhi the place in world's affairs o which'she is entitled by reason oi ier erVorls In the war; enormous for- tunes would have to be made pos- sibls, aud the way to do this was by be1 income tax; .and the radical ele- ment of labor would have to bo met jy giving lab'or better conditions ant] iy showing that theso conditions can LIO galne'd by evolutionary methods mi dor the rule of the Hritisu Iftnpire. Ret propaganda would nave lo bo com The majority of workers are good citizens as. Shown by (lie fact that .labor furnished 70 per cent, of Canada's' lighting force during tbe war. i Mr. Leech also dwelt on the ten- dency .of-the prSsenl day towards group government deprecat- ed as being conducive to Ihe distinc- tion of classes, the very thing that tv-nada should endeavor to get away from. the meeting Gerald Bletcher ve a comprehensive vocational talk banking, during which he zaid