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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR TEN JHE HKRALD SATURDAY, M. 10111 Correspondence Preceeding Wilh rcsoeti 11} ijispu left lu'.craaiiosii VHOM VAOK mtf'n your ol atan W.ih 10 icCl lyi lhk> jUkCroaiLOsai i t may Ka-.. conuiafJ tn roue aidVbi wllc.1 l'J- bl-fore.' sill lMs; You biT1! method v-i selihsiMal of will nol accer'- too f.r is to U o In rvsird lo posit Na. 1 y.ia w cede lo your ienaris IB ieni your w InvoilLsaii rtirfaceo to-tie Itlt Lhe ErUvar-.-es in B.l'. y restart UETM 1; in IXrops !l t( vou v. ncld censer.', to 1'ie imsl'- !t to S'Ji-h as or olll.-er U ab lli'ii'" la Prciin.'e of Al- Uzjtac ill; ir.LsVi t.-' 30 act In lli in X.-1. As the i; yTjcyvoi: tierl in :l.e of Al- Urter .Xo 154 i ihn ULI-IT reitra l-> tho KB and eleven .'irfsi lluiiias; t-e will reoc'.ve llrj I trfl sj. You WB-fo ol ____ u_ ___ren'.'ed: "M'e ot xvil! K: K-.-vjt of cousin: c-l tht or any r'der-i. We will be uwo itg Horn No .1 o! mj com- c ycu dated on ITie !Wll. to out lha sug- s'1." sa'i llel- -Xo. i, you fcil tl'O bi A'berti live alreidy tren oa the L'.-V.V.'. o- A- In reply :o z'Lj-vt' iv.r- open romrcun.iaiion -.vas Mr' MW i 7S "r it Inii'irtES 10 LOHIHIO Ltouc St., Hull, F-Q. UcertalrAlyawoader. For a I intTered nilb. Hkn'mt- Him beint forced lo star IB bti Pros. is. r. M of Calsiry. 1 tin ce R5 or work on lha Ti-rtrr ajreei _. muni oi you reiusilcd nn the Leather medicine Lutwllho.t and tboufbt I flouM neitr ShoePolishes KeepYourShoesNeat LI QUIDS AND WWII FORBIACK' v WHITE.TAN ANDOX-BIOOD JDMK BBOWN) SHOES. i en InvMUSitlon Is held adduced rosde public. doubt but what iwjltioa. even If ienslon U UJ In the dispute. 'r.0 riiton lo fear a Itorou nlinn [QLO the dlS. raorff i tiTuj enii of nuch gMiler tic public. As far as Ihe Intemilloni 'is concerned Ir. the dispute dusire to ses NpeltHon of r'-red in district In 1911. and [u'lv beJieve tha num'Mrehlp of tnls dlifrlcl are fully capable ol conducting i la d'oir.g 10 with you during 1S17. We are not trilling nor will we con.enl lo l entslde employees in Alberta going i bick to the ten and eleven hour shifts. If nonever. you wish to order tne op- erators to do so. that Is a mnlter ot concern. So us. Regarding the 1'zai'on. oltersd by you. such mvesll- ga-lo'a lo bo nude by two of your aJ- 5islacl3 we acc-ont subject to tho Jol- (1) That ihe inveBtis.itlon shall be j of nheumatiiii left meA conliictad in any part of Ihe dlElrlct ,i-d in ramps iiaiccj eillier by yoorsolf, liie operators or Iho resident officers ot this district. I (j) 'That either Ihe operators or their or ihe officers of this district or their representatives have full permission lo nuealiwi I witnesses from eltier side during iha intestlsalion. An early reply 10 Ibe aboic will ire greatly appreri.'.ted by. Yours sincerely. P. M- CllIllSTOrilKRS. In reply lo the foregoing, the follow ine was received: May 20U1. 191J. 51. Christophers. Pres. Disl. IS. U.M.W- of A., Calgary- Dear Sir: -I have-for "One dijr.iinile lying iu bed, Iht fruit medlcina and II seemed just nhit 1 BCfded, EO 1 decided to try it. Tncfnl tax Itelfcd rr.r, ind I took the laoleU until inot (or Ihe. purpose of outllnlQC a policy1 to covem Its durlDl Ihe period ot leconFlructlon aud a. we col In position lo meel Ihe Weilern Coal Aiiociallon for llu1 jo ol rotliloi a wtjo rMnt until vo Iflfotnied of Iho pol- icy which will outlined that con- enllon which will on Ihe ISIb JJarch IndUuaX'llJ. wouM uk for tu eitentlon of uur preient until conrluelon of along Ihe lollgwlne lines: (1.) Ttiit therf iball be no chinie i tie or worVlrii con- to include tht HX'.lj. (M Toil ine oealbiillon o! the ifrermenl until declira- Ion ol poan ihall la no wiy prelu- let tnli dlitHct In tilting lor an in- reate of tbe rales. (1.) Tbal the BreieDl conmlnion tor of (bill con- lout In at until J, I 2 pound trie ground, or fine gtounJ, for Write for booltlet: "Perfect It'i 'CHASE SANDORrJ XlONTRtAL Hoplnc tbe fortioing will receive 'our earne.l consideration. TOM BIGGS, T.IW. HROWXE.' A furlher Ihraat lo call oill Iho Kn- (Ineersi Clremec, Pumpmen. Fanir.en and Stablemen, would nol only be a direct conlravaution of the general terma of the aijreenienl but would be a Tiuiatlon of to.lowing clause: to for mine." 'In case of ellher local or general disputes or of mining, the engineers, firemen and pumpmen Ehall not suspend wort but snail, when min- ing la suspended, fully prelect His company's properly under'their care and operate fans and pumps and lower and hoist aucu men and supplies as mey be require! to protect the com- pany's property and any and all coal required ID keep up steam al the com- pany's plant, bul ii IF understock! and airwd that ki7e company will not nsk them to hoist any coal for sale on the I markel.' rg fiery confidtrtci in tii-fi' strongly recommend them to every suffererfrom LORF.S7.0 LEDVC. Kk-. a box, 6 for Irii! At ell dcAleri or sent postpaid receipt of by Frait-l-liTfj Nolwilhslanding Ullt nEgotiillons United, Ottawa, Onl. j are in progress between your fflce- and mine you have seen fit to j 26U6 a atriko order which is in direct j iolallon of our agreement As inllrcat- j d lo yoii previously, 1 am to ppoln't a commisBioii as requested HI i our'communication of Iho 2511) of down by myself in lie tentative agree- ment and subsequent orders eicept there will be no sltlinfs of the Cojl ol Living Commission. (2.1 There will be 110 suspension of work iiiriuE Ihe ncBOtiaiioDS (or a new agreemenl. (3.) Thai for the purpose of mak- ing s ncrr aErecmfni officers ol Dii- I? What is a 1- double acting baking A doubli-acting baking powder is one that starts its action in the mix- ing bowl and finishes it in the oven. bidfnarj' baking powdtra develop their full strength in the mixing bowl and you have to hurry your cakes into the oven. Then, you are always afraid that the oven is not just hot enough, or that a door slam or something else happen to cause the cakes to fall. You don't have-to hurry 'or >wony -Egg-0- rises only partly in the bowl. You may let the dough stand 20 minutes t pr so. will give bettef results. Wfcen put into the continues its; itconJ being: so steady and st.ronj that a cake is not w likely to fall even if it does gelym unexpected jar. Uear .y meiit your second leileu of communlcallon of duiic. clear'and I have no inleiiLlou whatever of begEiiiE luc a view to bringing aiulaWe adjustment of ihls disputiy-l cerlain proposals lo you [frsl letter o! this date: posals I feel I have made eycrvTorifps ion and in accord urais ol the tentative cgrcemeut-and., lo which your tricl IS nnd the operators will msel soon as possible- after Ihe return of the men's-ffpraiienlatlves from Ihe special convention at Indianapolis on Ihe 15th of'March: (1.) rirlue. of: 'the anlhorily vested in me hy orders'of ihe Privy Couucil, passed under the War ures Act of hereby di- reel thai Ihe foregoing" riles and con- ditions shall be In 'fo'rce and. clfecl until further nolice. i In r [ins w; is Jouilc-actini and just ivhat ia needed to mskc a light baking with the heavy Government Standard flourj. Ejg-0 Bjkinj Powdtr Co., Limilerl, Himilton, Caiadi fallhlull: W. Director of Coal Opjialliins. the rorcgolngKae to Arul-lrooS" rV- Mey :0lh, II. Director of Coal Operations. Calgary. Dezr membership of the dis- trict have by a large and overwhelm- ing majority rejected Order issued by you which provided for an oilenaion-if .the present, agreement. j As no agreement now etlsts between [your department and the distrlct.-and less some acllon 13 by your i department either to eiteud the pres jcnl agreement or niaka a new one, al workers In and around Iho mines wli j he ordered !o suspend oneraflons n i Ihe hour ol Ihree.on Ihe afternoon o I May 24lh, IhU will lol I lowing classes of labor.1 Engineers JKiremen. Piimpraerj. Lump men and Slablemen. Tours sincerely, P. 51. CHItlSTOPI'.BRS, Pros, rflsl. 13. L'.M.W. of A. (Signed) EU. BROWNE, Sec'y Bisi. IS. If.M.W. of A. On Ihu morning of the the fol- lowing was received from Mr. Arm-' strong: "P. Sl.'Christophcrs, Dist. IS, ot A., i City. near hare for ncknowlcdge-. menl your third communication ot Iho I 20th insl. I desire lo polnt'out lo you jlhal Order No. 121 has nolhlng.lo do wilh the cilciislon'of the Tenlalirc AEreemcnl Itui deals only with the {wages oT the outside employees under i So that there, can lie no misunder- standing wllh'regard loathe coulent! of Ihe Order 124, the-following is i copy v Application' nil fo: further consideration- of Order Ont Hundred and1 Twenty-three, after lul consideration of tbe matter I am ot the opinion Ihat the rales of saies for oul side work In District 18 iball be adjusl ed upon tbe basil, -J the presebl ratej-coyer a nine hour dsy sh'all'bQ mado t apply to a cighl hour work day.' That the present ralei as out- lined iu IheXfenlative Agnemenl for an elghl'hnar work day shell remain as a', present. ft (3.) Th'it the frejeht rates covtr- ins antl eleven hour work' day shall be adjusted on the hatU of nine hours pay for cizliL hours work. Order number One Hundred and Twenly-three is hereby cancelled arid April provided your- organjialion vIlllnK to accept the findings of said ommission. I Having regard lo the fact thai In ac- cordance lo your own sialcmeiil you are not in a positiou at present to ne- j i'otiate a new agreement and also f 'rom your letter II would appear that v'ou desire to repudiate liie eitenslon of the present agreement which was made 'at' Ihe reguest of your organize lion, 1 faII lo fee where any 'services of this office would fee of value in the negotiations ol a new. agreement at the present time. Your1; faithfully. W-. H. ARMSTRONG, Director of Cozl Operations.' You will tee friim the foregoing that assumes Ihat a' strike order'had .already been jssued, bul BLcK was not'Uie Irpra wliul sources Mr. Armstrong was receiving hb information I am al a'loss to un- dersland, "and further it ivas at Armstrong's request that we asked tor j [he consideration of a new agreement which both knew would be bul a tem- porary ocoi however. In answer lo Ihe foregoing, the following leller was sent lo May 21st, 1915. Armstrong, Esq., Director of Coal Operations. Calgary. Dear of even dale to. hand. In reply 1 beg lo say. thai ia our opinion Iho of our agree- ment'depends on the revision OL Order Ko. 124 under which run- A.L Ptnrhan UnJcnvear' is'- free from rough seims or raw edges. It fits 'snugly, yet has a springy texture iliac allows perfect Jreedom of action. Whatever ihr. weight you can br. sure of comfort if you remember the Order One Hundred "and Silteen Is hereby amended to Ihe foregoing eh fed. This order shall nol establish a jire- ccdeol. By vlrluo of Iho anth6rity resleil me by order of the Cpmmlllco of the Privy Council, passed! under Ihe War Mca-su'res Acl of Canada; There- by direct thai the foregoing rates and conditions shall lie in, force and effect from the 1st day of April -ISIS, where mines In Kasiern n. 'p.-'no :under ray Jurisdiction nnd from Ihe 16th .of April for nil mines In thft'ProvInce of Al- herla.' l- Having regard to Ihe fact Ifcat an agreemenl.Js sllll In' eilstcnct, .Iho threat contained in jour letlor to pull oul all workers ja n aired conlraven- llon of your agreement and of a cbm- ployees are governed both as to wagei and conditions during an to Vhlfh we might, agree. In consequence f no agreement Is made on Ibis point, then no extension Is agreed lo. With reference to our being willing to accept Ihe findings of Lhc coroDlit- lee rrho might fnrcsllgate the [llppiilo you are no doubt aware llial you slat AN Intertwine ir.l enconraslng liilns "ine foilutia wo: duclng Im-cnllcins IB moil'of of ordlnari o, minor valii. In aL.r.ot w mtist'lnTeot a Mr thine make monev. rli of II JIBI1' al Ihe ip.itsnl. that hive inndo their mllllonilrts those which conulntd.very rev .entirely ntw Iderj. The'alihpleit'Ideal earned fortune, for their Fiitety lijor, the ur.llnry drlnklnr-'cup, the liump hairpin, the rim-any of thcti have been Vr i hiah of avcrtsc abllllr. In your evirr diy llfs, it home, el rour In your ahOp'70ij' number. nf articles tubjept'ld ImDrovimenl- If you .think "of t way of Improving uriOin already In or If yo'u can laven iiielul device or pracen or arllclo of you '.your. Invention and secure your rfgliiV nor Cllrnlji Invention! Free Iv -jrhlph -Olnrlftl of i.nmoimi 'AjUfni-ladnn- II Ask lOr our nftv rtoolilel frrteal Trolccllnn' Modal. Slielcti iJejcrlptlon of nnr Inven- tions you hnvi for Free Opinion ns lo Patentability- Thin of IctrOitr our lillnk form "Proof ni will nrolect !lw r Inventor and a? proof rf Invention unlll the Ca3o con hfe In Tlio Pp.lcnl Office. Harold :f HI BANK STREET. PATENT ATTORNEYS wages ol Ine ouisije empioyeKs uuuui LIOII ui juui UAI cnujcuk BIAU w hc'agreemcnt. Order 110 cilcnded Iho inunlcation signed by Ihe, President grcement unlll your organization was I and Secretary ot Diitricl 18, dated February 27lh, 1919, .Trhlch. .JtaJs aa n a poslllon to negollate a new one. Thh was impossibla on your rclurn from Indianapolis, for according to a italemeul read by you lo Ihe Minister ol Labor at Ottawa, you pointed oul. .hat you would only be in a poiltlon lo negollale a new agreement aller :he pcacefterms were conlirroed hy Ihe L'nr.ed-.Hlalen SenateT-andiBt.tlio. same lime you asked for lon of ngreerncr.'t ur.lll Iho formal declaration ol peace. ThU acllon :qn your part was further confirmed "hy iho faKowing leltei- from Secretory Broivnc, under dale of April "The Policy Committee of liljlrlcl Klghteen, L'.M.W. o! A. desire lojnicl the representatives of the Western Coal Oparalon association on Wednes- day, April Oth, 1919, for the purpose ol asking for an nf.lhe agreement na outlined by the Inter-. national Polloj.' to Iho time of wrlllng no .objeo. im has beiii received hy uiu officers of Dlitrlct IS with regard to Order UB.'iis a matter of c-rdcr was Isiucd by Iho refiucsP.or mernbcrs of your organization; as follows: Tho Tcnlallvc Agreement ijiplres nn Harch 31sl. 1919. !6' [he j fart represfntotivoi! of 118. rnlicil Mlno Workrr.i nf Aricrlca unable to Iho Coal j Association ijrinr to as provided, the (following wan mulually agreed lo; .Ill Tlijtl -thorc rnn. In jollr leiler of Iho 26lll of jifsparcd lo recom- uitnd IKe Minister of Hint he anpolnl a commltilon to Inveillealt I on I'ajc Weven.j" The Easy to Hear the World's Music Right on your porch this sum-' mcr you can enjoy your favorite music whenever you "A wish. 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