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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS Fill DAY, JUNK 2y, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE MINK Ircn Works Machinists Down Tools, Walk Out o- .Company Manager Refuses to Recognize1 Union Refutes Claim of Men That Soldier "i Apprentice? Not Being Prop- erlv Treated. paid Traggs far in excess ol -what they were expected to receive. In proof of this he placed the following wages paid to the three apprentices: In the case of the apprentice, A. Baker, In the first nine months the wages ha was supposed Io receive would amount to ?loO; what he ac- ttually received came to J237.42. In Tho. deadlock In the -Lelhbrldgotthe case "ol ibe apprentict- J. Ker- The Ifhyriiing Optimist (By Allna Mtchsstis.) '5ron Works culminated in the tnen'Vf tend apprentices In the machine shop'. J- The Juno bride is a young creature v.-hose coding bas made a big hit. She's so sweet that we waot beseech her to stick right arouud for a bit. She is'built oil a plan that is pleasant, ami Is easy, Indeed, to observe; unii the makes every chap, prince cr peasant think her 'husband had plenty of nerve. For how could an every-day as plain as tho well-known, old shoe, have ever dar- ed ask her and tease her: "Oh, won't Secretary Colley Securing Fine Array of Coming From U. S. the tour months February lojyoii say yes7" Xcw. please She he was supposed t6 receive but. actuajly received 5216.90. In feoing out this morning, with the ex-j I'ejtion of one machinist, Slat Horn, feccordlug to'a statement made by tho men. They .state that the bone ol contention Is'lhal the manager re- fuses: to' recognize the union. The men who'arc 'but are thrSe niachju- the same period, he was suppos- ed to i-ocelve but actually re- ceived 5312.12. S. C. R. Satisfied In regard to the apprentices, the Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment De- ists, Ihree' apprentices, and two help; partment, of Calgary, Is ore. The rest of the emi-Ioyefis in with the way the Iron Works had the works are on the job. i treated them. In a letter io Mr. Bar- To the Herald. Manager Darnacal.juacM, X. Campbell, industrial sur fof Ihc Iron Works, stated that he veyor, says: regard, to the s'.u- to make any con- cessions that .would reach a settle- agreeablo to the Lethbridge Iron-Works and to the employees, but 3t would liavo to hs with a- commit-" toe of the employees, as employees. dents placed -with your flrm, It gives nns great pleasure to say that the de- partment Is well satisfied, and per- socolU' 1 regard them as the most suc- cessful In Alberta; Also 1 consider as having an exceptional oppor- Langford, of the Industrial -willf whom he will deal. lie refused tuiiHy." to' be dictated to-by a union, C. W. perfectly willing to pay union j survey, was at Works all the WBECS. buj in the nature of Ihe work njqrnlng to straighten out mat- in the the matter of ro-.ters. He said that he was well Eiitls- etc.. ft would suffer from qul- Kijle interference. So far as tho em- ployees in the machine shop are coii- i-crned, he said there arc at -the pres- ent two men aud three apprentices Exploitation Mr. Darnacal totally denied the statement that the apprentices were fied with the- treatment the appren- tices' and that In the matter of wages they had been receiving more than they would have had at the vocational school. is splendid at playing and singing and to witty, you'll laugh till you're hoarse, and in the fine art known fs "stringing" she lias had a post-grad uale coarse. Yes, in. most-of the branches of Knowledge you will find the dear girl is all there. Sha'a had all they are serving at college; she can't build' a brief bill of fare. Oil, sho knows lots of ancient orations and she's up en Ihc language looks; but it's plain she has not studied-rations school wasn't turning out cooks. She was leader lu all of her classes and she carried off many a but she doesn't know soup from molasses, rand no herd would tackle her pies. The June iiride'is a lovely young creature, she is everything charming and line; but we pray thai somebody will teach her to cook ere we go there to dine. Oh, why didn'i someone take pity on tills beautliu young heroine, and teach her tha budding u city is no grander than baking a bean? The Canadian wheat hoard Issuet ordery to western mills for barrels cf flour at the standard price Sir. narnscal said that It'.was foolish er of prominent men from the United States, who give Albertans benefit of their experiences with Irri- ration and farm .questions. 1. O'Bonnell. of Billings, Mou ana, Is a big irrigation figure who will be present, it is expected that :he attendance from the United States ibis year will exceed all other years in the history of tbe association. Professor A .31. Shaw, of Uis tjnlver- slty. of Saskatchewan, is expected to lalK on "Silos aiid ond 0. H. Huttoni'superintendent of agricul- ture and -auimalvhusbaudry for Ihe C. P- K.', is another promuicnt speaker expected to tnke.part in the discussion of tins'subject. "H. J. Perris, of Vic- toria, Ji. C., Is. also looked for. .George Anderson; consulting engi ueer on irrigation: for the province of ig'ex'pecied'to speak on "Irri- gation Possibilities in Southern Al- berta." Mr.' Anderson has taken a prominent part injorlgiiial surveys irrlgallon projcctsHin this province. 'Allan P. Twin Falls, Ida- ho, is another .Visitor from across-the Eive.-a message to the coaventloa. He will probably talk on 'X5rowing Seed Peas with Irrlgn- .ion." M. Jardine, of the Kan- sas State Agricultural College, an eminent authority on soil contribute- to lber discussion on that Question. F. H..-Auld, deputy minister j of agriculture for Saskatchewan, 1'ro- tessor John Bracken, of the iJDiversify of C. S. Xoble, of also take leading parts In the talk on soil drifting. Dr. Warnock, O.B.K., deputy mm- ister of agriculture D. C.r is expect- ed to be pres.ent. Dr. Warnock la an tho Placher Creek district and represented Macleod constituency In the Dominion house from 1911 to 1917. ALL MOTORISTS MUST, PROTECT DAMAGED CAR That tho disabled car, unable to proceed upon ils way. is as much a responsibility to drivers of other cars as though ils owner were driving it, has-been ruled in several of the east- ern states. These courts hold that though an csvner be 'compelled to leave a car that has broken down, other motorists must look out for it aud are as responsible for any dam- ago (hey Inflict as they are for dam- ago to otber properly that adjoins the highway. VETERAN Man DROWNED PLATFORM COLLAPSES, THREE ARE INJURED BUFFALO, N.Y., June temp- orary platform at tho Broadway Audi- torium on which about 100 delegate's to the northern Baptist convention were having their pictures lapsed a few minutes after the close of th3 morning session. Three per- sons were- severely hurt.. Alex.- liryco of the Hoyal Canadian Mounted Police, aud a war veteran, was drowned in the Ultle Saskatche- wan river yesterday while bathing. The body was recovered. LETKBRIOGE MILLS QET SHARE OF ORDERS Lethbridge flour mills got -S their share of the government's large order for flour. L. O. 3 of the Ellison Mills, to- day stated that they" were on-y able to I-ir.die about one thou- sand barrels under present con.' dlllous. This means they will ship as Eoon as possible approx- imately l.COO bags wetphiug 140 pounds. If they had a larger supply of hand they could havo handled more -J and would have received si.'rJ larger order. The Taylor AII11-.'- -i ing Company will ba shipping v about barrels. 4 THE PLAYER PIANO EXCELLENCE' PAR COOLING CREAM It's summer's raosL healthful and refreshing food especially whea it is ot the1 pure, rich, ingredients' of ours and jriEido delightfuilj' delicious our tasty flavor- KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South WE'MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER DEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And other, repairs for, the Case, Hceves, Runiley and other popular makes of Steam and Gasoline Tractors. We ha'vo tfio best facilities (or straightening and trueing Crank Shafts, 'Re- boring Cylinders, and doing oth- er machine work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED. Our six-point motor combined with a perfectly responding ham- mer action, produces 'results seldom heard in a player piano. The Willis Is V nowned for its pur- ity of tone tiful "balance." v Come in and hear Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCft LETHBR1DOE HITCHCOCK WOULD REFUSE VICE-PRES. NOMINATION June Senator of Nebraska, announced to- day that he ivould not accept "'the Democratic vice-presidential 'nomina- tion. HU1TON PERKINS. oid Country Shoemakers CUB place wtorej-ou cau get'yoiir shoes tixed jusi right. Orders called for and delivered. 418A FIFTH STREET 'PHONE 693 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre MILK! I'ure and fresh from our own dairy herd, delivered for break- disappointments. 6V2 Quarts, Just like having your own cow ff you Phone 3142 A. J. BuHerwick Sort North Lethhridge Dairy P.O. BOX PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business Ritchie Paterson and Company 5-6 Building G12 Third As'cnuo (Soulh) If you eat at this CA FE Your meals are as good and as moderately priced as you can you will enjoy everything you order, The Yale THE rfEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Farming Costs May be reducid by co-operation. Keep this In mind when buying BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company. At VW Service. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, 8EEO v COALDALE, Phone R6I7 Phone 777, LETHBRIDGE -Tea, Kerr's Special, per Ib. 75o Tilson's Oatmeal, per pig. 44c Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, Ib., 65c Standard Oatmeal, per sack 90c SPECIAL Cloverdale Creamery Butter, per Ib. 60c Oranges, medium sizes, per doz....................... 50c Johnston's Liquid Wax, larger Rfckett's Cream Tints, 3 pkgs. for...............'...... 10c per basket 20c Peaches, per -25c Watermelon, per Ib. 12c Vegetable Soup, Campbell's, per tin..................... 20c Snlder's Tomatoe Soup, large tins 23c Vienna Sausage, tin 23c and Mo Grape Fruit, each 1So and Sweet Styislard Piclsles, per bot- tle......t............... 55o Olivea.'Mauzanilla, large bottles. each'.................... 60c Nabob Tea, per Ib.........70c Coffee, per Ifc. 80c Devilled Tongue, per tin 20c Sliced Smoked Beet, in glass.) each 20c. Patterson's Camp Coffee, large 75c Saniflush, 2 tins for 65c Jlennen's Cream Dentifrice, two- tubes for 65c Fly-Swatters, 2 lor........25c GECX KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND .SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Owing to market con- ditions, it 'is, necessary to reduce the pYice of cream to the following No. 1 Sweet Cream -'55c.per No. 1 52c per Ib. No. 2 SoUi- Cream per Ib. Butterlal This price-takes effect on June 24tb, 1920. Crystal Dairy Limited OUR LARGE NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation We are prepared to supply customers -with Chief Mountain Cream- ery Brand Butter and Ice Cream; We are also exclusive agents (or Cardslon Creamery Brand' Butter.; '.We Invi'o public inspection a! any time. We are also In tho marketeer sweet or chumiDg'croam and milk at tho highest mar'Ket 'PHONE "on WRITE j CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. 'PHONE 1929 WANTED GRAIN .ELEVATOR'-AGENTS FIRM OPERATING LINE OF ELEVATORS IN PRAIRlEi PROVINCES IS DESIROUS OF GETTING. IN TOUCH WITH A NUMBER OF GOOD ELEVATOR. AG.ENT3.. APPLY GIVING FULL PARTICULARS AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, HERALD 'f! WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO MAKE IMMEDIATE SHIP- MENTS OF NUMBER ONE COMMON BUILDING BRICK. THE QUALITY IS THE FINEST EVER PRODUCED IN LETHBRIDGE. WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD. 419 SECOND AVENUE S. PHONE 1412 PHONE 1412 ;