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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALT, THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THUHSDAY, MARCH LETHBRIDGE; ALBEHTA, PAGE SEVEN L 01 Hit CMC EMft Are Paying The Limit Now, Resolution States. In regard to tho demands ot tlie Demand of Employees For New Jemanuii Agreement Covering Working many of them enjoy themselves, and Conditions and Wages Turn- pr ed Down Bv able and Ibo relations between the cmuloyeuK, the'cltizens and tho Coun- cil have been harmonious, aud Not a Private Corporation (6) Whereas the City Is not a pri- vale corporalion but a company of all Us citizens, no Individual civic employees for a now agreement expect lo have a cinch upon any posl- !n regard to wages, etc., the city coun- tlon or job In the gilt of the City, anil ell hare determined that they will tako (7) Whereas the. Cjty Council have no action In the matter bul will eland always been willing and elad to re tho old agreement, as they consider eeive delegates from tlio ctvlc em- that the employees are asking imposs- nloyees and each Individual Commls- Iblo conditions. It was also pointed sloncr has always been willing and out that the wages the employees are glall to talk over ivlth Individual cm- now receiving are on nn average great- ployees or a committee any matter cr than what their employers, tho cit- pertaining to his department Izena, are. enjoying. -Therefore bo It- resolved that the Tho following resolution embodying City Council advise the civic employ- tho reasons which have led the Com- cus that It Is unwilling to take up jrtbslonere to come to the conclusions any new altitude or cuter upon any arrived al-was adopted: Icrallon of the present arrangements Resolution tabllshcd lha first mission among tlie Plegan Indians in 1S81. The mission 'C-tir-rji near Hrockett. When the iiluod formed ho took charge Whereas a communication lias employees June of lhc work (here where ha CANCEL LICENSE Established Catholic Missiori When florid Reserve Was First Created Outlook is Not Rosy Says Supt. About Convention PiirnterE of western Canada are go- to find it hard to.Eccuro Euftlcieiit 'help for the coming summer. Such is the rvninirm formed by Mr. Thomas Longworth, superintendent ol the I-ethbridge labor bureau, after hear- f reports at Ihe conference of labor been received by Ihe Council trim Iho jjjg rcsoiutlon under date Civic Employees presenting u. new pro- of janualj- 1820, advancing lioscd agreement to run from April 1st, lvagcs u per havo 3S20. to March 31sl, 1921. and assumed lo be fair, amicable and etjuit- (2) Whereas the City Council has am] Konq. over the nbovo proposed agree- Further lhat a copy of this-rcBolu- Jiiont very carefully and-tlilnk that Iho tloll to tho civic Km- representatives in Calgary on Mon- day. Represenfatlvcs were present from tlio four western provinces and all 'told Ihe same story about difficulties. Archbishoi, hmil Joseph Legal, who Ol.o lhBt ,s to the situation Ihls year Is the constant demand froic tho bush for men to stay in tho woods all summer. This is added drain on labor on ttie prairies. Railways huve boosted the farm labor- ers' excursion rates from tho cast to two and a quarter cents M mile. IVev- iously they were one cam a mile, re- turn. This year, it is understood, no return privilege! will be granted. two features are giving the :arnlll, Calgary; Wright, Medicine !iu; Patlwson, Hed Ueor; OUhnm, )rumaeller., From Saskatchewan: Mtien, MOOEB Jaw; Tomsett, Rcglna; iJcGrath, Saskatoon; A, E. I'atty, Swift Current. From B.C.: Major C. uderson, Nelson; shields, Vancouver; K. Weeca, Mr. Bowman, director for Manitoba, with a representative of the profes sionnl business men's section, were ileo present.. U. A. Illgg, western manager, and M. Stew- ard director of employment services, Ottawa, attended. died recently in Edmonton, was a pion eer of the Catholic church In tho southern portions of Alberta, lie remained until 1S37. He formed the llrst Cathullo mission .among the Blood's. During his early work in the government labor bureau uieu consld1 he was closely associated with Kalher erable to worry abouU ployees with the assurance thut the Lacombc. coadjutor In JS37 he was appolntc'd Discussing the situation WedneS' lo Archbishop Grandin. day, Mr. Longworth stated that the Archbishop Legal was educated in' bureau will have an exceedingly dil- Council is always willing to.'receive! Xantca and received his U. A. from ficult task lo supply tbe demands for civic employees are asking and wages that nrc on an averane greater thau Ihelr The civic cmpFoyees Individually University of Prance, He took u help during the coming summer. In employers, the clllzens. arc cnjoylag. (hrougii :l renreseutatlve committee, course In canon law and Hebrew, his opinion the' Increased niihva> philosophy and und (Li) Whereac a short lime ago the City Council carefully went Into all tho jiros and cons of c-ivlc employees re- lation to their employers the citizens nnd at that lime went the limit In ad- vances of wages aud In working con- Oitlons even to tho extent lhat it is doubtful If" the clllzens can continue to mecl Ihem in Ihe Clly do not Improve very shortly, nnd (4) Whereas It Is not in tho Inter- e.-t of civic employees to press their fares will keep many young men from coming, from the east, which Uas theology. On June 29, 1S74 ho. wns ordained. After coming, from the east, which Uas al teaching science as a professor he ways been the chief source of supply joined tho Order of Missionaries, Ob- lor the harvest season. The Alberta representatives at th' conference were: Thomas bong worth, Lethbridgo; Harris, Edmonton; M, RS. ALICE McCLUSKEY, Prominent woman, Vlio says she' wishes she could have gotten Tanlac twenty years ago, as it-yvould have saved heMotc 6i suffering? Declares she Is now well and happy and that she wants everybody to know about it. Poinlosky Sent to Jail in Coal- dale Ives Reads Lecture At the supreme court, on Thurs- day, Pioiilosfcy .was found guilty of the theft of 70 bushels ot wheat from A. G. Hallain, of Coaldale, and sen- tenced to six months with hiird labor in Hie l.elhbriiigc jail. In imposing sentence. His Lordship Mr. Jusllcc Ivcs said that (he farm crs who had given of their time, labor, and money Jn the production of grain had to he protected. They fully i deserved this.protection in tho forli- ates of Mary Immaculate and reached Edmonton In 1SS1. On tho rbcoimuendatiou ot Chief of i'pHco flillsspie, tho city council: decided that the license for the Letbbridgo Rooming House, held by C. M. ChristoffersQu, be, cancelled. This was the result of bis bo- ing twice convicted for Bclllug liquor on the promisee. Capital City Invaded 15y Mem bers of Board of Trade- Land Titles Office Also Housing and Irrigation problems of LethbrMge will be placed before mem- bers of tho provincial government In Kdmonton today by a deputation of citizens from this city. Several mem- bers uf tho board of trade are In tho capital city today to confer on tbeso SUtljf'ClS. BANK CLEARINGS This week.......... Last year........... Messrs. Shepherd. Fairfield and I.und, from Lelhbrldge and Macintosh, of Macleod are looking after the two subjects. Mr. Macintosh Is present solely in the interests of farmers'af- fected by Uie Irrigation bill lhat Is now before tho house. The others requested to see the government about the housing problem and a land tllles office for l.ethbrldge. Tho city fathers and tho board of trade are anilously waiting tho returu of this deputation from the north to see nhat tho government IB- ieuds In regard to the offer ot the Dominion government of money as a, temporary solution of the housing problem. REKSHT WRECK ON TRANSCONTINENTAL QUEBEC, 'March freight trains on tho transcontinental collid- ed yeslerday afternoon near Tourville, Quo. Eighteen cars were de-railed, the track badly damaged and one man seriously Traffic was bald up tor several Lours.' RAILWAYMAN DIES NORTH VANCOUVEU, B. C., Jiarch S. Macdonald, manager ot the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, died tuts lliorulng. Get busy End relieve those pains with that handy bottle of Sloan's Liniment W HAT Sloan's does, y penclratcs ft docs without rubbing to tlie assailed part ana "J liav.j been for 'twenty ycara to find a mwJidno that uould overcome my troubles, but my promptly rolleves all manner of ex- turte which-they needed to, contend ami aches. You'll find I! againsl all the viclssftuijes of ivheat ;rowiDg, such as droulb, etc., and he might add that even when the wheat was produced Uo liart to meet with a price for the same lhat was fixed for him. With these condi- tions in mind ho held the grain thief with the utmost contempt. Tho circumstances which led to the arrest of Plontosky wore peculiar; (he crime WHS brought home to him in that before stealing the grain.he hitu resile n. deep cut1 ou otiu of the fingers of his hand while cutting down barbed wire so lhat he could drive wagon to the granary from which tlio wheat was stolen. On the, granary were marts of blood, ami tlieso were repealed on Ills and on ;i coat ho had in tho Fame, na also on a pair ot piiera found on .his person which lio had used for cutting Uie wire. After obtaining tlie grain, on SOtli, the accused drove inltj and sold [ho samo to tlic Ellison Mills, giv- ing a false name. Dr. C. F. Conybeare, K.C., clean and nor.-skin-stainlng. Keep it handy for EC! a licit, lumbago, neuralgia, oxer-exerted uuiscles, stiff joints, pains, bruises, stains, sprains, b'a'J weathev nfler-cffccls. For 3S years Sloan's Liniment has helped thousands the world over. You won't ho an exception. U is uncqualecl in pvoiluclng results. All IDc, Made In Canada. THE NEW YALE FOR GOOD MEALS Well Prepared and Served Well. Popular Prlcse. Ott Block 212 Hh St. 9. culcd for Ibo crown, and Mr. D. II. Ellon defended lhc accused. We Make Iron and Brass Cast- ings and Forg- ings of AH Descriptions ANDKEEPINSTCKK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS j STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTERvSHAFT BEARlfGS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES Anfl other repairs for tho Case, Reeves, Humlcy and other popular makes of Steam and Gasoline .Traelors. We have Ihe best facilities for straightening and trueinic Crank Shafts, rtc- boring Cylinders, and doing oth- er machine -work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 322 LIMITED. efforts failed rac completely mitll commenced lalilng was the remarkable statement mado recently by. Mrs, Alice MeCluskey, residing al Ko. 66 Park Streel, Jle., a Trell-known and moEl hlgbly rofcpectcd lyocoan of that city. "I just feol Itk'o I would glvo the v.orhl to meet everyone who nutters! as I rliil and tell them about this med- icine. If I could only hare gotlen Tan- lac twenty years ago It would have fcavctl mo a lot oi siirftirmg and money. "My principal trouble was tudlgea- Alberta Dairymen's Association Not A man lhc p i T appearance of f Permanent and tempotcjy Jim troubles arc effectively Reduces natural color and cortccls uy skins. Highly anlkcplic, [used with beneficial rtsuTts il for 70 G r Oriental ifri.' Stom, lion, and lor many years I could not cat meat or imlries for 1 would al- ways Buffer afterward. I would moat ciways Imvc a distressed feeling afUr anting and nolhlng Bccmcrj to ngrcc with me. Then, to add lo Iho rest of my sufferlngr, I contracted Thetima- ig Behind To Health Board iirnis pained me so 1 could scarcely ralso my hands to my head, t even had lo gtvo up my housework and was hardly aole lo ect around nt all. "You can Imagine how happy I was ?.-hen, after taking only a few boltlen Compulsory pasteurization of all milk Bold In the city Is uskcd for by tism In my fihoulderg and hips and lhc! tho Alherla Dairymen's Association of awful pains 1 Buffered can novcr be i Edmonton who represent Ihe dairy- told In words. Tlvla Irouble finally j inoit and milk producers rtf the prov- Bot so bad 1 could .hardly walk and my i Inco. A loiter to Ihls was read "at the meeting of llie.clty council on Thursday and Ihe mailer referred lo Iho local board of heallli. The comnuinlcalioii referred lo the prevalence of luberouloals In lite prov- _____ Incc, nnd considered dial Ihe Domin- of Tnnlac, I found such a. wonderful Ian and Provincial sorernmcnts should Improvement In my condition! jointly do something In regard lo a ft wan Jnst (ho medicine I needed alii tuberculin Icsl for cattle. Until sucli )ho tlmo ant! I continued taking III lime when this lest Is established ami unltl now 1 am perfectly well ajain.jlho reacting cow UiJien out of the I can truthfully any thst I nm enjoy-! connlry, It held thai consumers inf? as Good hoallli now as I over had should be protected by luenns uf In alHny life. 1 hnve gndied shout U .pasteurization. Tho Icllcr said that paeletirizalidii, at HO degrees Furenhctl. is hold lo hie. I don'l get llrod like I did and kill tubercular germs and all other after doing my work I tan get out pathogenic germs, such as those of nnd walk for blocks nnd feel Jusl fine lyiinnlil. diphtheria, scarlet'fcvrr. etc. wFici) I get back home. I carncslly It. also poiuteil oul thai compulsory jiclvlao everyone .who suffers as I did lo lake Tanlac." Tanlac Is sold In John Hlgtnbcitham ft In nouiuls In weight and can again do all my housework without tho least Iron- jiastetirijalion was in force ronlo and other large cities. To- Hack-tiring of a motor truck hurst by Diamond Drug ft. Stationery mistaken for hy ycggmcn al- Hlorc, and In Warner by Mrs. K, Dep I tempting lo roh a bank Rt Ailali1- I rillc. K.V., nnd cutiscd Ihcm lo llaj. Give Cuticora the Cafe Oi Your Skin Ann watch IhattronWcromc crup_-. lion disappear, ll-ithc iruti- cura Soap, dry and apply Cnticura pintmcnl. for itchings, etc., they arc Nothing fo insures a clear skin and good luiir as making Culicura yolir toilet preparations, Soap ZBc, Ointment 25 juid SOo. Soli! CanaOunDcpot: I lirilfj. 51. Monbtnl. irfa Sosp ehwtl withoul TOTJ t. Arc You a Quipsler? See Page Nine. If You Lost an Arm would quickly be aware of your loss. Strange to. say, the same does not apply to your vision. Our examination frequently discovers a low per- centage of vision in one eye, which, is totally un- known lo the owner. Such an eye would, with proper attention in youth, have a far higher percentage of vision, and would not leave all the work to the good eye. Obtain the assistance of those especially trained in the preservation of vision, F. H. WILKINS OPTOMETRIST AND SIGHT SPECIALIST SOUTHARD BLOCK (Ground Floor) HOURS 9 TO 9 TO 9, K RRR'S___ -__ Daily STORE NEWS SPECIAL AND CARRY Mother's Slacaroiil, Mother's Egg Noodles and Cream- ettcs, 3 nkgs. for Maple Sugar, per caka 10c Meat Pastes, per tiu 10c Salmon, Clever Ixsaf, tall can 4Sc Thistle Haddlc, per tin ____ 33o Oysters, equal to trash, per tin 38c nnd 65c Tomato Soup, Holnz, large Btze 25c Clark's Soups, assorted, per Peamealcd lloll Hams, weight about 4 Ibs., per Ib 45c SuccoteEb, 2 lins for 15c Ripe Olives, per Olive Butter, per jar......45c Jam. Strawberry and Apple, per pall 85c Coffee, Geo. Washington, large size Turkish Delight, per Ib. 40c Capers, Hoi brooks, per bot. 45c Baking Powder, Cold Standard. 2 Una for 45c Tea Donrtlco, Green per Ib....................... 60c Tea, Japan, 1 Ib. package.. 75o Lye, Gilletts. 2 HUB 35c VISIT OUR STORE AND SAMPLE THE WELL KNOWN "ELKHORN CHEESE." FREE DEMONSTRATION BY MISS SHAFFER. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED STRIKE! While the Iron is Hot You have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Raw Furs at highest market prices. Why Not Grasp It? You will not be in the position of a drowning man grnsping at a n sensible seller to a reliable firm Try ALWAYS satisfy, A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE 595 Ice Cream Is Not o Luxury It is a food, and a cheap food. It is a neces- sity. The food control provided sugar for Ice Cream during the war. Eat Ice Cream. It is nourishing and main- tains health. Crystal Dairy Limited HAVE YOU PELTS and FURS A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Prices. DEALERS IN HIDES, PEUTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S., P.O. BOX S ;