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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^hiirsflay, July 10,11)13 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 STERN RllltWAY MEN MAKE C.P.R. and Intercolonial Lines Affected by Strike in the Eastern States MILADI SDITBD BY "INO* PHONBS Offlo* 1284 1111 Toronto, July H.-The members of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway have sent to the president of the system a demand aimilar to that made by the men employed on the eastern roads of the'United, States. "This does not mean that there will be a strike on this side," said one of the officials of the men's union. !'Our committee will not move until the matter is decided in the United States." It is understood among railroad men that the Grand Trunk men will not be asUed' at this time to � take any part. Mnv Strike on Intercolonial St. John, N. B., July.. ll.-There Is a possibility ol a stilko of the train crews of .the Intercolonial, which might tie up the whole system. The trouble has ariseni over the arrangement ot new train schedules Ijvhicli provide longer runs for the in en. At a recent conference between ipeneral Manager G-utelitis and representatives of the Brotherhood of Conductors and Railway Trainmen, Mr. Gutelius ottered them increases of wages of $30 per month for conductors and $20 for brakemen in consid-ieration of.longer runs and this was referred to the members of the order for consideration. N&w it is learned that .the sentiment^ of the men is |rongIy agafnet this proposal. They not want-the longer runs,- but will iist^,on_ moderate increase without, iSafwork;" ft.itheijr' i;eq.uests are riot ' tPgj,|thtred- th'ay -\^111" eltlier "strite "or |a|m8Jid the appointmBnt of,!8dI ^rbir itratlon board. ; i h 'i i; I )' ti>. ------L-i-L J 'i '� � mm ARRESTED FOR PEIIY THEFT Three juveniles, who haVe' the ten-flency toward sticky fingeredness, were picked-lip.'by Sergeant Kronliig aftd^1�rolja*io� Offlcet Lamb, this mfirriing:;'' � j ?  ' Ijiisit Saturday' night a residence at ISOfr iak Av*.^.':A.;.N,,' was 'eittcred by'far�ef'and several � watches aad a �ring taken. Pspvious to this, the Taylor Milline. ooinpany's offlce was relieved of $12 worth ol stampSi Sergt, Krp.ning and _ "Billy". Lamb worked on the case all day yeatet-day, ^nd suspicioafng-.the boys,;5?feO ranjge'in age'fr9m .eleven-, to -iCIftfiMjj tU(!^-.-wor� apprqacfaad^ai|4oqu88tlonod � ^ftrej-y,, ^j;^. a'ln"P*'-9tt:W�lA Bot-be i^ed,,.but ,i^;:Portipnjof,�;th� ,)gooa'.\&oll^ gol^'chalft.waar^^^ edf.'a! toy "pianci and a qi>an1ii|y BiJlf �iiandkerohiefs.^ A w;ris.t watcli Si-is sold, ~ but wa^^^ also' jecleted; and nearly all the brlokwork .one, on the first storey of the super-trudfure/ At the present rate the luildlng wHi hfr ready for occupation ^..October. , , ' . " CANA.U ,IN OCTblaER Panama, July 11,--inedlately afterwards^ dredges .win begin the final work. ? * � * COURSE OF EVENTS A-slidirig along in de suttshlne, A>slipping along in de rain, Dis' ol' world goes An' nobody knows Jes' whether to laugh or complain, When everything seems to be goin' Jes' right, Wif luck handed out in a lump, An' life seems a general drearii of de-Ughtr- Den you want to look out for de bump ! A-swinging along in de snow storm, A-alochin' along in de thaw. Till you most believe If you doesn't grieve You is gOin' agia de law. When everything seems to be . goin' all wrong You suddenly sniiJe again- Hope takes you along wit' a merry song For a ride in his airioplane. -Anon, * w � Miss Helen Mewburn is a guest with IVfiss Belcher, of Edmonton, at Gull Lake. � * Mrs. G-. Kverall, of Toronto, is visiting her son, B. A. Everall, of 650 Ninth St., South. * * Mrs. H. Bentley and daughters, Lettice and Dorothy, are holidaying at Banff. * � * Miss Parlee, of Moncton, N. B., who was with Mrs. A. R. McGuire, left this morning for Yellowstone Park. * * * Mr. Monaghin, of the Bank of Montreal stafS, is spending a vacation at the Watetton lakes. Mr. W. D. Hiir of Vancouver, and Mr.. E. Hill, of Oranhrobk, who were guests with Mr. and Mrsi E. J. Hill, haw'refuraed idiji^.v^ ..v.';. ..Dr, ^. Winthropcj of Saskatoon, Wh&|s^ta shiirf-ilm^ !wltfa Dt-Ci P^.- ftotit^e, lefli forri l^st' ^veM Mr. and.Mrs. .R. O'Hagan and daughters, Agnes and Myrl, left yesterday on a thtee nipnths' vacation to Vancouver and the coast cities. >!: * * * Mrs. A. E. Kinn'ear and family, 612,A. 7th street south, have gone to New .Dityton to spend a two weeks' hpliday. ; lant. Pumping oon-wimeB a lairse percentage, but lighting fflscounts'fbr most ;;) Thi? Cost of Cqal The quefltlon of the cost of coal supplied the power plaijt by the city, mine win likely be 4iBoussed along with tiie street rB,llwH^, power question. The city mine is s'till ..receiving J^l.80 per ton for coal. Ifiie'gqSt 'oif mlJ^ilhg as shown last yoarlfe|li^2^ per tori. "'A }-eduotlon has been aS)?6d by the electrical deBartmentii,-Tiie 5:iiUtenKfaeer-, Ing deparltpient, wh^h7'^a8.-cli.aT the mlriC ie?oijiwefldedliabod^^^^ (Continued frojn Jlront page);.' the severe losses sustained by Servia.'; The Russian Red Cross society, has decided not to send any detachments of'dbotots, nurses and ahibula'noa: men tc the front. Which They Did Bucharest, July 11.-The Roumanian ' government decided yesterday to. notify the Bulgarian government th^t the Roumanian armyi would cross* into Bulgarian territory and also that I Roumania -vvould take part in. the discussion of the final partition of the. territories; of^ what was formerly European Turkey. ; Greek Victory � London, July 11.-Greek tro'ops today occupied Demii^Hisaar, 13 miles northwest of Sprres, after a brilliant victory, over Hiie Bulgarians, who had been in possession since they won it from the Turks in the recent war, according to an exchange telegiraph company's dispatch from Athens. The Bulgarians fled, abandoning their field guns, amTnunitlon and provisions. A telegram to the same agency, from Constantinople, says it Js announced by the newspapers that Mi-dia,' the town on the Black ea which was to fojm the eastern end ot the future frontier line between Bulgaria and Turkey, is in .flanie^. ACT IS VALID Regina, July 10.-The right of the province ot Saskatchewan to legislate against the employment of white girls by Orientals In that province was upheld by the Supreme Court yesierday. The appeal having been taken, from the judgiuent of a MoOse Jaw police 'jfsagip-trate, -n^ho convicted certalttj-, Chlriamen of that city for em-p^ ploying .-white women cpntraryij* to tHe province's new'dot. * � 4 Om bargain Ipts at----......................... I ||C I OG Lace Lisle Hose �ii Window ^^des Standard . siz^, Window Shades, 8''x6�i:ljr'litaln, preen . pr pream mpunipa otf strong A'Iselt. acting .ajprlrig Rollers; ;\';cPTOplete �.�wltl>"':J^--t utati^tjii' to; leave the ho^<'e� in'wi||i]o|i' they h^ve been living since the grieat earthquake of a few mfs^iago.' canes, aGcqihpanjed-,by slight earthquakes artd underground rumblings have terrified the petisants in this region for the past two days. This is espeoially, the case in the isolated villages where the people have not recovereH from the fright caused, by the earthquake which occurred at the' end bt June. " TO BUILD COiOSSAL HOTEL , London, July. 10,-A colossal hotel, the cost'of whlohj together with the value of the site, will approximate $6,250,000, IS about to be erected on the ground now^ tjccupled by St. Georse's HoapitS^ on Constitution Hill, opposite tboieiftranqie to Hyde Park. The maga^l^pt: Bltet^lll he purchased by a'syndibSte, Quo governors of the hospital,: at a a meeting thl� af-torwoon, ogre'einsf to the sale. VyiLL ENTERTAIN THE JURORS London, July 10.-Lady Sackville, as a proof of hep gratitude to heir jurors, who established her right to the great fortune left hen by Sir Murray Scott, has Invited them to tea at Knole Park, Seven Oaks, Kent, on Saturday. This entertainment will permit the jurors to inspect the tamous country and 'its treasure whl