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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TlIimSDAY, JULY 17. 1919 E. ALHfc'UTA. I'AUli Sl UMOFAJDOM BANK LEARIMGS IlHiih fnr tlu> week C- ending loday were jv as affalim I917.543.C2 for Iho corresponding week a year ago. o- of Frank Wheatlcy is Dirc'clly (he Uesull His 0, B. U. Opposition Though it had been cxyct-teJ that synie move would have been made this week towards the jal'.lcnicul of the miners' strlko, no now a to that cffeci. his beeu forth coming. Officials ot the zDineia' unlcu arc now touring tliii dU- irltL putting (he BkuaAlon before the Dion, aud lii j number of C-BJDIJS aire has beao expressed to have noth- ing moro (o do with the One Bis Un- ion If only agreement M signed which will provide Tor a resumption of work in the mines. Hesitation on tlie, pan or Ihe opera- tors to move until tiiere Is some defin- ite assurance that O. H. U. support will not immediately folio A- the sign ing ot u new agreement. Is generally considered to be (he reason for the delay jn opening negotaitlonE. In a report of a meeting- of Gladstone Local, al 1'onue. appcariug in the of- ficial organ of tlie mine Hits fDistrict ledger, llie following state- ment is made: There arc predictions being made lhal the strike in Dbtrlcl IS will end iteit Week. As announced tail --reek jhc District and policy roamiitlce notified Uireclor of Coal Operalloua Armstrong .thai as I'oaco bad been tilgncd Ibb old agreement had and I hey were prepared to Decollate anolhor. agreement. Con- aiderablo correspondence' has been parried ou which will be imblislitO in our next issue. The chief coucerti ot ihe Director of Coal Operations ant' of the Western Coal Operators As- sociation in regarding the organiza- tion, v.-illi lae agreement id to, he made, the U.M.Vi'. of A. or Ihn Ono Ulg Union. The Eorcrnmenl anJ the operators are (ietonnined thai Lhi One UlK Union will not he'recogulzcd. Tlie Director of C'oal opernlioiii has been notified thai the agreement can only be made wilh District 18 ,U. M. W. of A., under the charter or which the mi acre unions ot this s trie! operate and (he officers of the District have been appointed accord- ing to the- of A..constitution. U is true that the membership liave expressed very forcefully their opin- ion of the International hut lUey have uoKyel withdrawn, or been cijielled. from" Hint organization or have they become a of any other organlza- llou, At the time of lYrltine no reply has been recelred announcing the will- ingness of tho operators to negotiate or tho order ol the government for Jhcni ED lo do, Vv'hllc this ivould seem Lo define the 4 O O O C- P 4 4 -ft IIIDV To the Baalim motor Old Stand Al llie rear of llie Union Bank1 Tomorrow the Completely Equipped Garage In charge of Expert Mechanics, 'will be for business. Will also carry a Jul! line of accessories immon DISTRIBUTOR OF-OVERLAND CARS. xisJliou of tlie as regards ho O, Jt. U. In iis relation to negolia- tioiis for a new agreement, inure IB an proving case now Rcrfny on In ILe Camnore tti-J of iht distrltt which in- dicates thai, Djslrict -No. IS may not yet have; Lecn expelled trom the U. M, of A., the luumtership Is much more Jjvorabln TO tlic O, B. U. thun to ihc ititcrnaliojxal Ludy. The case reforfi'J 10 1? ilio recD.Il of Frank j Whcatlny, a strong advomie o[ the U. M. of A.. who is Jtghiins tho O. 0. U. at ever.v turn. Jn (he resolution o( recall, passed by Ihc Canmore local Uie foil owing is staled: "Canmore, .Alberta. Aiirll 29. 1919. "At a. special meeting held by Can- more Local Union, No. J'JS7, the fol- lOT.-ing resolution vas atlopiecl unan- imously. "Whereas Doard Al ember WhcaUey'e stand the One Big Unloa (E not m Ifnc vrith tbo wishea of Sub-Dislric-t -i, wlilcli Ilrolher Wlieallcy is suniioseil (o represent and Whereas our district board Is lo meet In convention, ol 0. D. U. Tvhleh is (o le called soniE time during the month ol May, and Whereas tho district executive board together with the policy tommiltec cannot transact busi- ness of the Mlneworkcra success- fully wiih a Dicniber who is hos- tile to the 0. 13. IT. moTemeni wfok-h was endorfietj by ihe Tuem- bershlp. and at a raeeting held 'ay this ICCA! union. April 201U. Hoard Member Wheatlcy still maintain- ed Ms stanfl against O. H. U. when debAting iritli DrolLer Susnar. Therefore Be It Resolved iliat Uoard Member VVlieaUey lift re- called and that tlie executive hoard1 be asked to put the recall into operation, and lo Brother Wheat ley until snUi Mile as ihe vote is taken on recall that ILe SecriiJ'ary he lo send a ropy nr Ihis to all lorals in No. -J an dto Secretary Browne. (EiRiicrf) Thacliiik. Sec. IP a statement to the following his recall, Mr. siys: "As fur my noMiioj on llvp coTninUlce, let me Hie ConvuniKin laid down ''jron'rlail" indlructlOTa to I Ihclr conjinittcc. 1 IISTC acted slriclly in keeping ivilh Ihc mandates of tliat convention, nnd no charge is brought against me wherein I my duties as an My crime is that 1 have exjircssyd my o j flgalnsL llie One Dig Union and 33 Hie tlialrict cxccuiivc board, together iv j Ihe iwllcy committee cannot transact j Ijusiiioss of (lie success Inlly u-itli a member who is hostile i'o John Paulenkop Accused of '1'ak- Dohie's Money Does Likewise JuJge (irccii, or McJicini- Hal. Is In ihu niy anJ busy moru- JJig Jn a pp lit- a i ions Trojn pris- oners for A gamut of chaigea. from slealing nigs at Cliaai- jnon, robb'.ng ihe ul of parcels, and escaping from cue agnlnsl Ihirold Clice, who tltcieO (or Irial m ibc Eupreir.e courl. John Pauleiito, remanded for a breach of trust, in using niooeya cn- rusted tu him by Pete for his own purposes, elected for irlal by a ury, and Clltonia, of Blalrmore, on he charge or dcolroylng fiilurea antl .earng down rtntod properly after to expiration of lease, elected for speedy .trial al Macleod. O. B. U. It therefore follows that U wow bt comes an offeoct lo hold the ewB of trie laluorlty. "i have Iicen an aJvocate of tree speech and press at all limes owing to the action ot tbc ruling claes, but to rind uiy onu class adopting ineUtods is indeed diaappointlng and to say the leasl, it is an unjuat fur Ihe adrocales of the Oiie Big Un- Idn to take." There IH cvidencti on every side that Ibo 0. li. U. is putting up Us biggest fight in the west io retain a of miners behind it, and for that rea- son tho of tlie pros- nl arc more than usually Jnlereellng. Enthusiastic Metiinc Held Wed- ncsday Another Meeting in Little t How The Blinkers' and iiioe Repairers' of tethWIgB Owing to the great advance -in prices ol materials, we beg lo notify our patrons oi revised price list as follows: Men's Half Soles and Rubber Heels, sewn, from 52.25 Men's' Softs and Leather Heels, sewn, from.............. 2.25 Half Soles only, sewn, from 1.B5 Men's Hal) Soles 2nd Rubber Heels, nailed, from 1.85 Men's Half Soles and Leather Heels, nailed, from 1.3! Men's Half Soles only, nailed, from.......................... 1.25 Rubber Heels, from.....................................60 Men's Leather Heels, Men's Full Bolct and Heels, sewn, from 2.50 Ladies' Half Soles and Rubber Heels, sewn, from 1.65 Ladles' Half Solec and Leather Heels, sewn; from 1.50 Lad res' Kan aaics from 1.25 Ladles' Half 9oFec and Rubber Heels, naifed, from 1.40. Ladles' Half Soles and Leather Hocls, nailed, from 1.25 Ladles' Half from ..........................90 Ladles' Rubber Heels, from .50 :Ladles' Leather Heels, from Beys' Half Soles and Leather sewn, 2 to 3, from...'..... 1.50 Boyt' Half and Leather Heels, sewn, 4 to 5, from '.75 Half Solts and Leather Htds, nailed, 2 to 3, from........ 1-Zi Boys' Half Soles and Leather nailed, 4 to 5, from....... 1.50 Youths' Half Solec and Leather Heels, nailed, 7 19 10, from.....75 Soles and Leather Heels, nailed, 11 to 1, from.....90 Qlrls' Half and Leather Heels, 7 to 10, from .75 Youths' Half Soles and Leather Heels, hailed, 11 lo I, from.....90 and Rips, from .v...........20 New Heels Re-built, from ,....................................75 Tan Boots Dyed Black, 1 Tot Caps, pair, ,3S Rcthwell Knowlden (formerly F, Miles) 511 4lli Avenae South. H. G. Kibier, 420 13th Street North. H. Unzley, City Repair 2nd Avenue South. (X K. Repair Shop, A. M. Raimussen, 3rd Ave. South. Mike Cardmon, 212.13th Street South. Chru Hall, 913 7th Street South. E. S. Puller, Comer 6th Avenue and 10th St. Saulh. MORE MEN FOK "K" DIVISION iFsioner. -K" division, It. N. M. is rapidly coming, up ID sireitgth tiecfcssarv tu man all the and ouiposla and lo keep the necessary com- jilcmttst of men nt lifadqtiar- lers hyru. This ruorning 20 mort meu arrived at hcadqyar- Troia'Rogina und on Sat- urJay another meu will ar- rhv. o The irrigation meet Ing at Carinii'n- gay held on nigHi was ut au enlbuafafitic nature. There w.w cLrong majority senlimeiu favor of extendlDg ihe irrlration in tlie Xonbcrn Gcheuie to lake lii the district. With ihe lioji of one or two from Barons wlio were oppOBBd to Hie the niijci- iag ucaulmoufi ou the plan. The meet fug was addressed by MtsBra. Duct-am. KalrJield and Peters. Tlie value ol irrigation was polutecl out br Dunham. R'ho placed stress ou the fact tbst. taking the three provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the irrigable area was comparatively Email. It was lo the people of southern Alberta to make the most, o[ the opportunity ot- tered In gating irrigation before tbo -.raters were used up by Kie olher provinces in irrigation going there. Mr. Falr.'Icld also referred to the value I of irrigation, Mr. Peters, irrigation wtiU inio particulars niadt. lie out in rtjjaril to llie Nor- I hern scheme, il hiij all been com- pitted, and ?o far as toe of j ---------1 L'armaueay and llarons district wcrt j river, twenty feel ol water had concerned, ilicy will have lo corae iu; turned In. which, though not alto- on x subsidiary scheme. Icpiher sufficient, wimld be in Uie na- ba It was thai aciioi taken lu ilit nercssiry pel signed. For ihls iJuruosc a commU wae Another meeting; ivas lo be called In ten days iu ido the maiter BysicnmiiealLy. Water Into Litlje Bow Mr. Peters gave tho that, in regard to ihe lure ol prefect relief. The water was at the w.thin I'J. miles oC I'arniaugay and would reach there today. .Aa arrangtiiR'nr WAS made for the farmers of ihe district, LO pay A visit lo (ihe Experimental Farm and to the Coaldale district. The party will Informmioii he conducted by Mr. KairiieW OD ar- Ulile Bow rival. Why pay for ;i Vibrator you can obtain the new and im- proved STAR ELECTRIC VIBRATOR for Ihc remarkably biv price ol J Superior to nil others ana will last n lifetime. KccomuiDiidcd by doctors ami Ijc.iuly spccta.ials. There's health And beauty in massaging with tho Star Elec- tric Vlhralor. ll smovlhcs out (he crcn.icj In tho face Ilko an electric Iron doefl :to (he clothes. itar Electric COMPANY M3 61h STI4EET SOUTH PHONE 1332 LETHSRIDOE J, H. Smith, Mons Medal Man, Also'Will Reach Home Fri- The following LeLhbrirtgc. men ar- rived on the Carmania at Halifax on Julj- 32, and arc due hi Lcll.bridgc on Friday: D. Henderson, n. Hooks, H. Tnylor, S. SuyiJia. Sapper J. J. T- Little- ford arrived on.the Tunisian at Que- bec on July 14, nnrt will be. in Loth bridge about Saturday. Ihbugtas Henderson and Sergt- II. Taylor, who came oil the arc bbtli four-year men, both of whom havc.beeu with the Dritisli troops on the norlli Russia front Hons Merfal Man Another veteran returning on Fri- day morning is J. II. StnltliT formerly ol the treighl offJcc. Mr. Smith was a reservist ivhon. the war fcroke out, and .in the months, ol llie war vrenl through Mons and Antwerp wilh the Old He was home on leave for ji couple of about IS months ago. 2000 on Kegina OTTAWA, July 2QBO of Canada's returning soldlere will ar- rive ai Ifnlifax on tho steamer Hegina, ivhlt'i palled on July 15, and is due flt llalifnx on July 23. According lo ad-vlces received by (he mllttla rte partniciit, there are on board the llc- gliia'143 ufticers and 1S05 men ot olhu: ranks. Those for western dispersal are as follows: Ileglna: 7 officers. 60 other ranks. G olflcers, 115 other ranks. VnncouvGr: 11 officers, 13S other Officers on Regina LONDON, July As- soclalcd Hegina saJlcil lor Halifax on Tuesday carrying 139 off-leers, throe nursing sisters and troops., divMcd 03 From [yandon, -61 offlcerE; SunmngOale, 10 officers; ficafunl, eight officers; Wit- 52 officers and 1766 men. those on board arc the fol- lowing; Majors N. W. Strong, S, J, Strelghf, medicals; G. Hale, ord- nance; J. JI. Moore, incdtcnig; J. llama, S. L. Williams, flying corps; IT. A. Calrier, artillery; H. A. Spencer, army, service; D. .V. .McKay, orrt- 'dance; R, Marshall, army service; Jj fiiMHcPherson, G. P, Howe, flying corps; S, C, Richards, vctcrlnarics, nnd Ueul.-Col. Trice Montague, for- merly chief staff officer at nramahott, 4ho Is rcUirnlng to Winnipeg to prac- tice law. 1 CerfrJc on Friday HALIFAX, N.S.f July radio- gram from thtf transport Ccdr'c re- porla the sloamer due here lomorrof.- night. Hepresentatives From Foremost, Lfithbridge, Tabcr and Olhcr Points There A big Masonic inciting was held in Jael al about forty Masons from LclhbrldRe ware present. In addition lo those from Lflhbridgc. there" wore rcprescnta- llvea Iron: Foremost, Tabcr and sur- rounding- po'.uls, irith tho Warner Masont. Tlie lodge work was in the hands ot liie North Slar, No. 4, LeUibridgc brethren, under the direc- tion of Urolhor Fred Hlcfc. Uurins the evening a banquet was provider! and :m .excellent loasl. list carried ouL Ataong iverc IXD.C.M. keraniis, of Pincher Orecs; Grand Secrelao" S. Y. Taylor, of Calgary; Urigadier-Gcncral Slew- art. and Commissioner Mcecli. Bro. Veale, the master oT Warner Lodge, received many congratulations on Ihc excellence of. the arrangements and lUe success oE the evening. nark bciicbes arc made iwilh concrete' legs buried 17 Inches 'in trie ground to iirevcnt them from being moved around. STILL MORE SNOW IN ANOEBE MOUNTAINS BUBN'OS AIRES, July Xcw 6How on both aldeg of (ho Ancles mpiiTtlnlTia have rdsullcd in (urtticr Ianflslidc.i of large proportions, adding lo .tho difficulties of repairing com- nninfcalioiis over the m'oimlalns. Two tunnels on the '.rana-Andinc railway hare .been destroyed In Ihc latest land- Tho bHifard-ln the mounUlrtB is fl'uM to ba cfjnilriiiifnff, forcing Xaiifs lo obandori'their PASTURES GREEN! PLENTY OF WATER NUTRITIOUS GRASSES j MILD CLIMATE One Hundred Thousand Acres ;of Grazing Lands IN THE South-East Kootenay Valleys PASTURE FOR HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL ON MALCOLM LEITCH Alexandra Hotel (DURING THE HEXT THREE DAYS, UNTIL SLfNDAY NEXT) OR APPLY DIRECT BY PHONE OR LETTER TO Lumber Co. JAFFRAY, B. C. THIS IS THE DAY! GRAND dPENING :ary At the Exhibition Grounds DOORS OPEN AT; s P.M. All preparations conlplete for the bigges event of its kind eyer staged in V Southern Alberta Fun and Amusfement For All! EVERYBODY COME T ;