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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It LKTIIBNIOGK. Al.HERTA PAUK S1CVEM nnMiuirnrr bumnimtt 10 .he inM. The aw aril of thu arbitration hoard tn ihc mutter of ihe waco dispute bp. B-CO.I the ilvli- employees and Utri-e. railwa, fire) ami _ Uy coramlifloncrs was made known I Hubi aud water riles to j the former at a meeting held In can vice shall be BeiieKll elug ronslilerei. per cent. I' VI cca ot .he power, art the upheld by tile rciiroaenlallve of Mr. McNnbb, and. is a resuli. it became nscewary lo ...Like a majority and a minority ie- curt. The former was lor the clly. lad the latter by Mr. McS'abb. Tho award ot the board has boon ar- rived ai afltr careful and considerable Duo regard was paid to Ilio demands o: Ib9 men and the abll- !ly of the rliy to pay- Tho 'amplovoea !ous smoothly (or i" d period s ihnnjc-lvej nllli tho Schedules ol Rulti md Riles of Pay Recommended Ikuse I This scbciSulc ol rules Ttuil no discrimination be shown b-cuusc- of belonging lo i 6. Toe si-ale ul wanes shall bo as follows L Olllce sUfl: Tills will In- clude all salaried men la ihe employ u'. the city. Tliey should receive Bii Increase- o[ rer month. Instead of the J2li per month anked lor. Houra o! the city hall staff to bo from S.30 to 5.30, except on Saturdays, when they shall be from 8.30 to 1! o'cloct noon. Power-home Employees bjiglneers and nmchlntsls ifonr in house employees arts based upou those al Ilia present time iti t; P.Il. f. Mine oporallng at ibe ,-ity of bridge- 11 ol M" award ihm It the powerhouse employees of Ihe said mine are fllhtr eruutccl an IT- rreise of pay or lo a creftsfr subsequently l'> this award ihen the po.ifrhousi! o: till city ot are to receive jn; increase or tu submit lo ilie decrease. U Is also a pan ibis award that the powerhouse of Ihe c-ily ol Lclbbrllec who are householders, married or single, sbali be each uald by the lily a sum ot money euual lo that by the powerhouse tnip'oyfeis of No. G mine as a result ol the privilese accorded the latter lu buylnt their domestic :oal at ball-price, the i out consuwp Hon. Meighen Will Place in Estimates For Irrigation Surveys ot VST .naTfdiTe These men are now jet- and sbull conllnub mi- tins COli ccnls per hour. 1 bey asked 1 [or a 'A per cent. Increase, with April til Marcl. 31at. IS20, nnd (ron. yl-nr upuorlunltles lor hearing allow ar lo year ihe'eafle- unlll changed by aircemoat ol the pirtlta therolo. VSlter party may ajk lor varlatloo or chtnKB 111 clenta or clauses .ln iWa schedule by Elvlllg Ibo other party thirty day. work. Tlio cilstloF practices and rales as to overtime are continued, whom othorwlsn upeeltM The original demand ol ihe men Itir an Increase all round of about 2; per teiil Tho present Incrc.ire ol an eicepl shall .K tbe city, continuation ol sn eight-hour day. They have been seven days a week and havo asked Tor ft sli-rtay week. They -ilsu asVed lor lime nnd n half for nil overtime up 10 nine hours, and double' time for all c'vic nnd public holidays and lor Sundays. The days, hours and overtime regula- tions will rennlin the same as hereto- fore, ThcFc men should he increased o Ci cents hour. In addition In ht ftlrlner concessions hereinafter set oul. Holler Washers and Conveyer Men (three In These men are now netting 40% cents per hour. ami asked (or HO. They should receive nl' 1-3 ?cills per hour. In addition to CABBAGE FOR SALE die rnrtlier concessions hereinafter set out. Machinist's Helper: Now gelling ;li fet.ta per hour. This man asked (or fiO cents per hour. He Ehotlhlre GOOD STRONG PLANTS AND GOOD TIME FOR PLANTING. SO'Plants 100 Plants 1000 Plants 45c 85r B1NG WO .13thsSTREET 1872. ceive 50 cents per hour. In addition lo the further concessions hereinafter stl oul. Sub-engineers aud firemen (tire ill These men have been eet- tins ccnta per hour, and have asked lor 67 cents. They should re- ceive ccnls per hour. In nddlllon lo tho further concessions hereinafter set out. Oilers (three in Now gel' liny 1SU ceutB per hour, and aro ask- ing for iairy should railways. They were unable to tl.e unions in a niinate on May 1 was defeated afler la liol debnlr. in ivhicli the ratilral ined to upseL the reEOluilon of made by (be committee rcpoiLcd Ihe rcsoluiion. the Dioroing Marlln F. Ryan, presi- dent of the Brotherhood of Railway. Carmen, conterred with Charles Dickie representing tlie Canadian Shopmeu's Union, and authorised and promised Rive the details and were then nurs- lioiietl 10 the legality of llie strike order aud if strike pay would be forth- coming. They were unable lo answer either rjucslion. The lesallty of tliu strike vote as taken is now considered! to unconstitutional, and without douhl the strike orilcr tviihout ternational assoclallon or of In- Children uld Have urest Food Sum me one that really is simple in its solution. Feed them Crystal Ice Cream, iheve-is no purer food made. They need refreshment alter violent mcnl that is coaling, nourishing and tree from all deleterious matter thai causes colic, dyieiitery. stomach or trouble. Crystal (Jream IB your pare guanl. enjoy it! Zspeclallj iVntJ how they our Ice palatable and pure. Served al most fountains, cuulectlonery stores or rluhl to your home. Phone Orders Promptly Delivered Crystal Dairy Limited IF STATELY DIGNITY (9 your clio we rtro Tfti'l of designs. ce (o> hionmncnl lo submit a variety Lettibridge Monumental Works 3lh Slreel. H. Hteilt, Dry Cure Retreading THE LATEST. PROCESS In rclreailine has been proven lo do superior work to tbe prdlnurr process-lhat's why vfe use il. llluslrallon shows plioto ol our woik hy this TIT II when your Urea need repairing and let us dcmon- ilrile Ihal the DRY CURE PROCESS IS THE BEST. We itll Dominion and Goodyear ALL'KINDS OF TIRE REPAIRS' GUARANTEED. DIAMOND AND GROOVE TREADS We alwjyi use New Cum not Bands Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. 8, MeKINNON, PROPRIETOR Removed to 416 7th Street S., Opp. Pott Office ;