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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, JUNE 25, UI13 THE LETIIDRIDGE DAILY HERALD J A Klurioy. ut Edmonton, went la- lo ilio milter o( tlio Workmen's Ccai-, Acl on Friday, c-ipleiuiug poiuis in Ihe 33ine lo tlvo employers In Ilio Uourd or Trado BuiUluB lo Iho tho Minors' Hall. Mr. Kiuuey 13 one ot Ilirco comrnls- Moncra to nJuiinlbicr Ilio Acl irhlcli pissed In ISIS, Imo 13 It aact-lcil till) miners, in August o[ ILM Jail 111 Its application to otter Industries iu January IMs year. Amendments-wen) mtuJo In Ilio Act at Iho IBM session at f'j p.-ovlucin) log- lilimre' wikif niiliin its icopa obout 50 per ciut o[ workmen on llie railways. Tho only ouea eiclud- arc tliose In tho railway running tnides. These srcre.qitluilecl Iu Ihat (hey dcjired to.lio so. as they took eiolilloil'lo Ihosum ol Ji.aOO allowed In liet (or (aisl accidents. In all likelihood Ihfj nluxlmoiu will lio re- moved ID the iiear tHluro. ;A feature o'Mlio Compcns.Tlloii Acl Is. (hat crerj1 la 'Alberta ivithln1 ftd econe receives tompeaait- Irpin the boapl In reared lo In- jury caused during 'employment. Tuo Is pavalile to worbmea wliether llie emiiloyori bave paid ilielr Lo llie boaid or forwarded tbctr payroll Etatemenl. Every employer Is prolecled ID (ha miller ot compensatlou In regard lo any worXinau wlio EUJtalDs Injury Iu his omploy. The laat amendmouis to Act made provision lor eilendlng I'ull med- ical aid (o all worMnen scope. DEMIES WARSHIPS SUNK IN OEHMAN WATELHS I.O.YDO.N', Juue Tbo Oer- mau Bdinlrallj cleoiea Iho ro- liort ta clrcuUUQD loday Iu and eliovrhert Uiat Uio of tljo ha] bora. remain. class o[ Industry. Tbli asiessmcal employer must pay. [a the mining lndc.it ry, in vhlcb boerJ nas hid mat exporlerjco la that ibo KDrkiDC ot iho Act began la August, It was round that Iho This means all ineJlcluo. Prorlauslj paid to llshillli Insur- etc with llie slttndince of any companies hid been coiufdwitilj- doctor the pitlcnt may deMrc, and reduced. In a ot othei Indus- hospital allenlance. To tteel Ins whlch within tie icope scUeino all employer., are required la >n January ot this rear, the retain throo cenla from catii work roflucoJ issess- tournatiicrjt. Ttaa-a tioin AVardner. WycllWe and Waldo are to be In TO lo contest with iho three local clubs, and the Michel boys altoi.tome into the game- So far the locals Iiavo victors over all comers, but there are many gotxl playurs in outside teams and they ;uay Le rxpcctcd to put up rauci liuiicr Tuesday ihan they wtTc tajiaLte of earlier !n tbe season. r4.WJ.UBBB Fairy Soda. biscuit A crisp cronch. and then comes that delightful taste, with a delicate, salty flavor- that mr.tes Fairy. Biscuits s.o pleasant. A Daimy.Sue for Afternoon Teas tn Stripes FacitQtjei vnif-' North-Weat Biscuit- Co. Limited ss jilakeisot "Som-Moi" Biscuit The Lethbridge Amateur Athletic Association mi v J UL 1 1st PROGRAMME A.M. 9.30 10.45 P.M. 1.30 Herald Road Race. Football match, Veterans vs. NorthF Lelhbridge U n i t e d, (League Tennis and Bowling Tournament. Monster Automobile Parade of school children from schools to Exhibition grounds, free ride, in charge of Rotary and Auto Clubs. 2.00 Aquatic Sports at Lake. TRACK .AND FIELD EVENTS Suitable Prizes for Winners. limit for boyi and girls under 16 years of age 2.30 Horse running race, open. 2.35 440 yards, open. 2.40 Running broad jump, open. 2.45 Sack race, boys. 2.50 Nail driving contest, ladies. 2.55 Running high jump, open. 3.00 100 yards dash, boys. 3.05 100 yards dash, open. 3.10 50 yards, girls. P.M. 3.15 3.20; 3.25 3.30 3 35 3.40 3.'45 3.50 3.55 4.00 4-05 4.10 5.00 7.00 9.30 Pony race, girls. Running hop, step and jump, open, Slow bicycle race, boys. Obstacle race, open. 88P yards, open. Shot put, 12 pounds, open, 880 yards, boys. Wheel.barrow race, open. Pole vault; open. Pony race, boys.' 220 Relay race, 1 mile (4 in each team, open. Refreshments in charge of the Great War Veterans Ass.oc. Lacrosse Baseball match. Grand dance in Exhibition Hall in charge of the Girls' branch, I. 0. D. E., special orchestra. Terminating with Grand Battle of Streamers and Confetti, Dancing from 9.30 to 2 a.nii Admission, 25c per game. Sports 25c Dance, Gentlemen Ladies 50c Children under 14 years of age-FREE to all games CITY BAND IN ATTENDANCE ;