Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
July TTTE T.ETHBRimiE DAILY HERAL1T MAND IVININO Tic 11 WI AIM TO PLEASE ALL. FEATURE PROGRAM TONIOHT. The Governor's Pardon MuiJ Ktip My Wort Oe tick to Prliop HERO comedy of the right wrt LAUGH MIXED PETS A very funny pic- ture PICTOKIAL by K. E. Willis A flince at thliad will convince everyone of hhjh clua productiena te be exhibited tonight WATCH FOR OUR BIO WEEK-END llflfll iTEMHUM III, The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC ENCLANO orflt Route to London on Jtn floating Palaces Next from Montreal ROTAL IULY 12 26 --------KDWA.RD AUG 9 of Paauge 1ST ULABS HOOn t UPWARDS JND CLA8B UPWARD IRD CLA8B, Bristol or L'dpn (Jl 25 Further Information from S B "Mitchell, Agent CPRv, H City Ticket Agt, G N'Hyror write lo A IT' GENERAL A. H. 10, AOENT, WINNIPEG BALLOQNS ON WAYJNKANADA Kanfaa Olfy, Mo, Julj 11 b} fayorable wlnda tonaids their pomt of landing, the of Canada, th dant.balloone in the Nations contest to choose air bag to repreMflt the United States i Gordon Bennett Cup rac next! October nth, were >till In th all morning LitMt reports le seired the an KanaaB City Aero, indicate tli balloani In theie noeltlonsT Oue ba loon ballaved U> lie Leader, passei Sterling, III, 332 mllei north of Kan i 745 this morning, the SI FARMERS WEARING LOJJHMILES New Dayton's Five Hun- dred Thousand Bushel Crop Looks Good 'Happy anil serene, smiles.beam on the countenances-of the members o[ the farming fraternity these days ow- ing to the fact that they are now practicallv rcttain of the biggest crops of then lives From evciy point in the district 'the most favor able reports are coming in, ant! not the least of these was .brought-to the ofFce fodaj bv two well known land ovviipu of the Lake distiicl, miles east of Warner These gen- tlemen, A. P. TrocksUd and R. L. Blake tell a Very optimistic storj o! the magnificent development of this new countrv, winch will this'year rtap Htst reallj laige ciop lht> put the vield ol the New Dav- ,on district for at bush- Is, and state that this is a small SOLICITOR PALMER STATES THE CASE OF COAL MINERS 7 the queatlon of the set- tlemont of the coal utrlkc Is becoming more and more a matter of supreme Importance 'o general public, and there ia'nb doubt In any person's mind- early settlement would be pleasing every business; man In the whole'of the West. So far the finding of the Conciliation Board han not been made public. Likely It will be a.nounccd this 'week, but there li every reason to believe' hat it will not meet the demands of' he contending parties In full enough' measure to allow ot hat basis The effoiu of this "Hero la what the mineis consld to real cause of the stilkc There" cornea a time In iho develo ment of every working mine when would-be more economical for tl owneri .to lay off part of their and proceed with (lev c'l c'lopmc'iu woi only This gives them a chance t economise In laboi, vvhlle at ihc MI lime the} are doing piacllcalfy work" dial, could well bo done That this In tbcs mints ,al! the- of th Uie miners 1 0, njoiilli heforeh heforeMhe C' 1' Board, then, have appaionlly been fu He, and the publlc'are now up to the fact that irea will have to be adopted to pro ect the public froin the suffering and inconvenience which will inevit abl} follow a continuance "of the'dis igreement. 1 H Palmer, solicitor of the Alber a locals of the ivllneis' Union, took ccaslon to present to the Herald tho strike from the standpoint of the mln eis_ llete It his slon of the hlBtor.v of tho strike The pulillc seem to be just waking up to the fact that a settlement o'f Ihe strike is not be "forthcoming from the present'conciliation proceed- ings and that, matters have juat about reached a crisis I' am go Ing to take this ojMKirtunitv ton pro sent the "from the'stand; point of the miners, as it affects-the" city of Lethbridge "Look first, at the question of el.jfhicb, I believe, is the real nups, tlon_ to be considered Duilng tlje paat elgh't years, thore has not been a raue In Ihe wages of the minerifin, thuj whole distiicl, with the exception of small ones Font vears agp H which piaitlcn or allot hoi nearly all the mmos In this, distilc had beeu laying up a coil When the time came diavv up new'f ajicement, no headvv.i} w Ihe stilke here point which Ho public dot nobawwrally know In oulei to cai ry tnej mineis diiiiii0- )d; log-off period What did tlicv do In.ljTOidajs aftci Hie stnke was R and I made advan to the men asking then to cpnjtjbacV.tp vvoik on development had done so heroic tini Why cause knew thai thev would be defeating then own pmpose doing BO offered to go back to_ woik onl} hut would do wurlf, that is now develop menf compaii} did not want this and conaequcnll.v the mines heie have beeiijprictlcallj cmpl) Apiil 1 "Tnere la-anothej question vvhub rauatbe considered, ind about which he- has had vei} little i a 3nsi Stone Root Com- fi? !L mcdicme, W a Kfcntinc prescription comtwsed fiucnii, Juaiper and other that, proved liy thousand, haw bad rlad relief from its use Tnw'i nnthinf quite >o miserable u dlaRun ,-ejull, of ack, afe with your own future en you aedtct to simple a precauti tre.tment wfth Ny tioo, fth Nyal'. when Stoic 'Roof KwlfV m ccrtaifl It toothe; WWdcr tmtation, rivri jrau and eomfort at nijnt, and makei once more enjoyable The kidaevi, liver and bladder are all dependant upon one another, and Ny.1', Stone Root .CompniiKl n to Jbm all and guaranteed by IRTA DRUG 4 COOK CO. 0.' HAM A CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIOOE n -Conduct of Govern- ment Railways in Australia Montreal, Que, July Thorn an Tail, for eight chairman of the Board of Government. for the state of Victoria In the Com niouwealth of Australia and statet, that he haa no plan }et aa to the future, IHB Intention being the piesent hot season nl the sea Bide Sli Thomai days there haa been a gieal impiovement In the alt in the whole of tho Voith Amandin continent, and I 83} thatil't is not'fall to the miners The miner brings out a carload of coal, weighing 1600 pounds, which will net him fort} cents If thele is a small amount of bone or rock in that whole load which the miner, working in Iho daik pit viltluonlv the light of his to guide him, then that miner is'dock ed 25 cents, leaving him only 15 cents for that load But the mineis would not object eo much to Ill-it if that load were thrown in the dump stead in nine cases oiit of ten, that load Is put on market and sold at just the same prlre as any" othe load in which no bone or lock Is found Now, Ihe dockage Bjstem a Diamond City Is different Theie, before an} dockage takes place theic must be at least fifty pounds p: rock or hone in t'le load This fair svstem and (he miners here that the} should he put on the same basis as regal ds dockage in the bridge Collieries Mr Palmer then told of tbe efforts of tbe 4 R and I lo keep out the average paid in their mines at dilation Boaid proceedings To do this would onl) consent to pro ducmg fisnips of picl ed men, who had woiked steadil) for 150 Of these, Chas Peacock, of Stafford Vil lage, was the highest, and tbe recorda showed that in the last fifteen months he had eained onl} losing not nore than Ihree, days This an average wage of 1370 per day fc- -I full .0 a leined) i wii hert tlaim that (ho j fun lat he viould like to-see a law passed ikln.; it impossible foi the mineis quit vvoiK in a mine even hat mine WPS full of gas I'his in dci to make bliikes impossible "The millers arc asking uilv what Hii-ir due in this stiike The} ot bioken faith with the opeuilois i the} have done so at iv time It has alvvavs been the on w-.ho have lirolten faith with e minors.- The International .Minn 'oikeis Union is behind the strike id the miners will liolil out Id the nit. Bn> I uelieve that within a 1011 time, when the C P emselvei. inconvenienced tliiongh Lk of tonl Ihis slilke will 'IP settled loai, time than it takes to tell it nd when that happens, Iho mineis get theii dcmandb without 'ther contioveiav The Toionto News Mr Rcch b laudj, the well known tenor, ot his citv of about (.3 veils of age, is It on his honeymoon. His .bride'ls wealthy lady of TO.years, Miss Annie Wiley, formerly of Kingston, Ont: 'Ihe unique mairiage was celebiat cd-a fe-.v days ago as the. culmiiatlon ot a chi'dhood romance, onlj intiuit ale filends and iplatives being made avvpro that such an unexpected e1 cm was taking place 'Ihc newt? of it will come as a gieat surpnse to the thousands of Canadian musicians who were fainiliar w-ilh Mr. Tandy, through: pait at least of his IS jeuis of a musical caieei 'the tnide while of an advanced It was not until about two weeks ago tliut le gave anv intimation of his, 'senous intentions' upon and then it was onlv 10 his manlcd daughtei ill is Muiai, ot 1 avenue Even then Mr Tandy waa not certain of his su cess in wooing, and said lint he might leturn shortly Toronto. (lovvevei il proved to be C'upld'a laieption day, and his suit ment through without a hitch Xow he ia on his way eastward, an-! with nil bi ide, is stopping at many of the sum- mui lesorts along the route The bridegroom is m sonic Eensei tho dean of Canadian loncert solo- I'tb, and boais an excellent artistic an.l personal lepntation from one sida of Canada lo the othei Fm man} years ho vvas in charge of musical I v i< ices of Zion Church CoilgregationaJ A CHINAMAN FILES ON A HOMESJEAB' Helena lulj Horn Sung, a age, is inuisiiallj active and comely, ind Ihiongli the dcnth of a lelatlvo White Sulphur Spiings Chinaman, la came into poEocshlou of a foitunej to be the tirst''Mongolian eatlmaled at between R find "00 and Mlhough living a re tiled Ufa, vvni, well known in Kingston iioai vvluch city tlie farall} has lesided toi wan} jears Tandj is himself a IClngatonlan ngolian who bog ever filed on a homestead Maim in Jlontana, or in 'the United Sitatos Horn filed an application some time ago at the Helena land' office accompanying n. bj document showing he was "lorn In' (tempi to woik the political orac] nation in the several states of thu during the pan live 01 tli veaia The general proapent} o the country is stimulating In a mark ed degiec the railway In the Island continent Sir Thonnu Tail es timates that the Australian are'earning at leaat foui per cent on theli coat The Victoria railways for raerlj under Tin Jnrladlctlon he says had a capital of about and he vf whole comlnoii v-caltb probabli from men to eight hundred million He (eft the r'lctorlii rallvavii nmountlng In about 3500 mllea, 400 of which arc double racked, and In a state or elYi tbe ioud Mag Second lo none n fact the hams In Sli Thomas rail i opinion, aie not, amp-itscd anil run over rails of from eighty io one him drert pound aleel Helng askeil if poll tlca plavert .n.v kind of roll In Ihe administration of Australian rallvvays, Sir Thomas replied emphatically in tbe "Neither, he added, "do tbe politicians of the states. game in connection with state owue( railways' and they, are all In thai cate gory' USED UP THE DICTIONARY, LONGEST SPELLING BEE "VET Bowling Gieeu, Mo, Juh IS 'S e p p u 11 h r spelled Miss Margare Pallet wn this afternoon, and the p's ended the longest spelling bee av. er held m Missouri, nith Miss Ruth) Crenshaw, the winner still standing The Pike conntv tourfhouee VMIS filled with friends ami iclnllrra of l.ie conlcslants, who for iteveiileen liolirs' vvilli onl} nn orcnslonil Inli'iiiiUiloii, liad Ihc boiiib.iiilintnl of Holds until hail been given out The contest was held under (be.su- pervision of the county com- missioner..- Is esllmaled that of the words assigned to Ihe con- lestaiits the winner spelicd school gioimds with his piesent Wife PLAYER MavyCtrt Cigarettes Popular EnglisK Cigarette.