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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HEN AID'S OF 'LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE O.B.U. Miners' Leaders Plan To Stage Strike Next Fall "Will Be Move'in .Plan to Getj Possession of Mines, Timber Limits and AH Other Property j Agitators Are Telling Labor.. 0. B .XI. officials muko no In Mating that they era after securing control ot tho mines and other Indus- tries. In fact. It Is slated that" this vas .tho Intimation cou-. >oyed to Commissioner Armstrong hy V.. Chrlslophere. The policy of tho O, B. U. at tho present time, as has teen ascertained, is lo keep lie mlu- ers from-Etriklng durinR tho summer monlhs, vraitlnK uulll the snow fallri In Iho coming .winter to spring tho bolt In a general strike. To obtain this underlies tlia campaign waged to preveal meu signing lue check-off for tho V. M. W. ot A. The" secretaries of locals aro held.under hem'y bonds, tho Herald was told, and In mints organized for .tho International this would ttaud In- ho was coming back from the lumber camp. Ho look It for granted that the driver of the sleigh had been uji to tho camp for wort, which ho was allowed to believe. Ho aske'd him It he had been fortunate In got- ting a job, and oh hearing that ho had not, sympathized with him, telling him to cheer up us things are going to Tic different in tlio future. The 0. B. U. man proceeded to tell his new found companion that'll would not bo long before the lumber, :the mine, and other Industries'would be In tho hands of tho O..B. U. He felt certain of this and that was the niui of iiio organization. HTM js That Commissioners properly, In is faced with the tax on Should Have Consulted People First To judge from majority opinion on the part of citizens Interviewed by t.io Herald In regard to tho tmiova- 1lbn In city taxing, to be introduced Into tlie charter ou the action lakuii by Mayor Hardlo lu Edmonton, there Is considerable dissatisfaction and in- F! the rent. Rents arc high said an- other, and aro expected, to "go higher, and with each raise made by the land-1 lord there is another, raise tacked ou This is Than PaiC the way of the rental- tax. One or two argued: that- tho clfy la in need of money and has to feet it by some means or oihuf but, at tho same! time, they -held that .tho citizens should havo had :i say in Ihe matter. One Indlgnaul citizen suggested Out in Medicine Hal, Reports Show lire. Tho general ground held is. that! lately in tlio be taken immed- g'.up a pro- I it r ii At fcCJIUlilK lilt O. tho action In asking for ren al ax test Prelnier Stewart that the mea- aji borily ,s h gh handed and that the L he not the cit cilhens should have been at least con- l suited firat. further action, as to whether the council will put the msa- rare Ma effect without a pleWsclte being taken. Is Interestedly awaited. haTe ther h that not viewed lv hourh It it fives in ihe If the measure of placing a tax on dty should contribute, ''to' Its upkeep rents .is intended to make tlie tenr-.nt At Ilic same It was argued that buy his own residence, said one experience of was that Ken, it Is going Ihe wrong way to .the honest men paid nnd that the bring Ibis about, In In. addition tinhorns' an'd iha gamblers' get away to tho tax he will havelo pay on tho without any payment." Counoil end the. EC: Sevenly-Iour applications for as tislanco under the Federal Emerge ne> Fund were received at the local Pat riotic Fund office during the _Nveel> ending March 20. To satisfy this de maud the gororument paid out 172.15. No application was rejected. The above figure eiceeds that 6 the previous week when ?2.007.SO given. The total expenditures tu-date are The adminlstralion ox .penses for the week ending March were which brings tho 'tola for that item, up to A perusal of tlie above figures wil show that unemployment in Lelh bridge ampng-returued soldiers .is .no as serious 03 it wight he. Medlcln AH Games for Boys Under 17 Under .One Organization With Kilmer as Head fiie Boys Welfare Council, after ftonsultatton v.-ith the A, A. A., have undertaken to organize and sup- ervise all junior spoi-ts in tho city throughout tho coming spring and summer. Aspa result of the plans which have been completed every boy find girl in tlie city will be encourag- ed and enabled to play his favorite Denies under efficient direction. Tiie. Eporla 'coimnltuo of tho Boys Welfare Council, which has (he work in hand, is under Mr. fManbey of the T. Til. C. A., with Frank and -lohn Torrance fovmitig the nucleus; of a larger committee to bo completed as circumstances require. I Tho .actual executive work -will OB! under Mr. Filmer, whoso experience with work of this kind guarantees ac- tion and efficient management. According to present arrangements there wily be five leagues, for hoys: 9 to 12; luleraicd- 13 to 10 to IS. 13 to IB; Senior, 16 to 18. Tho teams will bo provided Jn the firr-t Instanco .by tho Sunday Schools. the city, but In order to give oil; hoys ft chance to play -whether Sun-1 day School attendants or not, each) School Trill he allotted a'Din-1 trict and will he responsible that nil. that district not already! attached lo a Sunday School bo couragcd lo join tho teams. It Is hoped that Hie Glrls'-Welfare ?i n d conduct- by tlie one.organization. Under this all: efforts to- ward live- and'cleiiuijpprt In the city among ihe.jurilbra will be Co-ordinai- ed aud. way.the various play, spaces, equipment, and'the tirno of supervisors, empires, etc.-, will be conserved and utilized to the fullest txlent.- The clergymen of the city have promised, io get behind the work nnd a live sports committee for each church and Sunday School-will tako charge ot Ilia activities of thei-r own chnrcli in this direction. Every anu girl in. Lothbridge out-door games'this-summer" io the slogan. The resources department of Canadian National railways at Winni'. peg Is in receipt-froni tho American Kbro company, asking fur lona ot flax straw, from Western Canada. Inquiries how being.made in an effort lo find whero such straw can be secuied In order to secure the mar- ket which this retiUMt opens.to AVest- ern Canada. "Aye mon It wis a said a Scothmah to a soldier of Lelh- irldgo in describing, the first otfk-lal Islt of Coamlssloner Kadlo-to this city, lit tho-Salvation Army Citadel OIL Wednesday night the Commissioner was heartily welcomed Sy a good con- jrtgatlon. Hardlo who pre- was accompanied by the follow- ng goutlcmcn oa the platform: Co'inmtssloners Freeman and Mcech. Judge Jaskson.i. JJr. Boivuer.. Jlr. Elton. Lieut. Ixiwe of-the'C. W. V. A. Jlev, Denooa. CALGARY HOTELS FILLED WEEK OF APRIL 7 Notice has been received by tho Lcthbrldge Hotel tliat all hotel accommodation iu Cal- gary Is filled for a few days ff following April.T." This is on account of 'the reservations made for the-Itotarlaus' coa- fj'ff ft ff'ff 'j Lethbridge Teachers Resent Minimum in Alberta laden with all the good tbineu provid-1 Action of Provincial Minister ia noon who represented-tho Ministerial Association, .expressed his gratitude to thajAfiiiy for leaching Iho world Ihcro was'hope .loir ail- ineu. Ho em- phasised the value of truo fellowship of officers to htm on var- ious Our Divisional Cin-.reander, Major Godwin, spoKe'.a'fey -words of wel- come ou 'the comrades find friends of L'ethbrldgc Corps to our trusted chairman Ihcu called upon Commissioner Eadie who received a most hearty welcome. Tho ConimteBloiiQr Bel forth tho work of the Salvation .Army throughout the _ I world, its practical mission of self Major our vorlhly Dlvls-] denial and service of love lo all needs lonal- Officer opened tho meeting by! and helping hand. His words gripped sorr, after whjch Ensign Hoc of Taber all hcarls as he spoHa of his ciper- ju-ayed. JIardy In ajitnce of .bis command of Soutli Af- tho work among the natives. Judge'Jackson.moved a hearty vote of thanks to the'Commissioner and Jlr. Kllon In Ills-hearty manner sec- onded Ih a same. This great and in- structive-meeting was brought to a close-by singing .the doxology. Pre- ceding the night's meeting in the low- cr hall the.members of the Home Lea- Introduced the Chairman, who In a tew--words expressed his pleasure in presiding over this mem- orial occasion. 'After a good select- ion of music by the Band, Commission- er-.Freeman City spoke well for tfe Trork- of love and service- In their ijprk for all clisses ol people. Lieut. Lcjwe representing Iho G.-W.'V. A. a neal littlo speech of what tlie Army had done for him personally and tha'j boys in .France. Capt. Mundy, Co'rnir.Sssloner's secre- tary. Bans, a touching solo. Rev. De- ed. ,Thc tables were decorated by flowers and plants kludly leaned oyj Mr. Terrill. After justice being done I all present, tlio '.Major called upon Serg.-MaJor Mundy to speak a words o! welcome on behalf of the! corps to tlio Icadpr. Corp. Cadet I Juardian Hro. Tulloc-t also spoke on' jehalf of the young people. Capt. Brans of Macleod gave a fair.words of welcome on behalf of Hie field off.'c-1 ers, after tho worthy Commi's-! sioner cave a heart lo heart address! ou tho principles of I tie Salvation Army. Ho reminded all his soldiers present to value nil tlielr opportuni- ties In working for Jesus Christ', In their every day life. .Tlio Major in a iOR-. remarks thanked the. following sisters for their work In providing this splendid feasl, Mr. H. Dawfiou. Home League, Eva Dan-son; Mrs. Tullock, Sen.; Mrs. L. Tullock- Mrs. Laniard; Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Hardy; Mrs: Mercer; Mrs. Beaumont; Mrs. Shirks; Mrs. Clapiuan; Mrs. Fraj-n; 'Miss KIpp; Mrs. Mundy; MM. Joyce and other friends. Great credit is duo to tho corps blflc- or Adjutant Hardy tor bis effort In tlie success ut tho visit ot our leader. Commissioner Eadle.was-the guest Mayor and while in tha Slicking to That Figure Protest of Lethbridge somewhat peeved at the action of the provincial'government in fusing to increase the minimum salaries of teachers from. Mr. 3. A. Davidson, dli- cusslng the situation, cxpreiwd the opinion that taken ?t thetrusteet' meeting recently held in Calgary are responsible'for the lack of Increaeec. The Teachers' Alliance will metl in Calgary during the Eaiter holi- days and this Is sure io be one' of the questions dlscuned. The teachers, as a whole, feel that it It practically fmposiible for them, to-get a proper living on year. The action of the trusteei of Saskatchewan, ait their annual convention In Moose Jaw yras re- ferred to-by Mr. Davidson. At that meeting the trustees, without promptings from any c-rganired teachers' body, nslsed the mini- mum of the- teachers up to which is the highest rate paid in .any province In the Dominion. gue gavc'a good bannuct lo Ilic Com- missioner, Major'Goodwin 4nd visit-' Ing officers, close upon eighty com- rades sat-'down to-.tlle four tables from tliat city- jndica'te.-" Too'tbialri ller'-Elmi1 there same .was which was scattered among applicants. Fn Jtcdiciue Hat five applications were refilled. total expenditures of this fund lu-thaVcity have reached f LEST YOU FORGET AVe Are Switch Makers 5 .WIGS MADE TO ORDER Rccalching' aiid- on Sample, Manicuring. Special Coit- f tires for Ditpces, Marcel Waves, Wench Pack, Klectrlc Facials. Superfluous Hairs, Shampooist and Sealji Specialist. We use .up-'to-dato Electric Appliances. Hair Dressing Parlors S V GROUND FLOOR FOR SALE Twenty-two Head of Jersey and Shorthorn DAIRY COWS SOME FRESH, OTHERS SPRINGING Apply Farmers' Feed Barn LETHBRIDOE The New Cafe Is a popular place to eat. The food, service and the prices are popular. The Yale THE rtEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH You get good food and good service. The Canadian Academy of Music i, AND Toronto College of Music Limited President: Lt.-Col. A. E. Gooderham Musical Directorate: Albert Hani, Vu9, Doc. Frank S. Welsman W. 0. Forsyth Peter C. Kennedy Manauinn Dirsetor: Alfred Bruce Examinations aro held at Ixical Centres Ilic Djmlnlon in June. Tho of these esaminntioiw ccnibint-il with Iho high nrllsllc nnd rociaRogltal-prcstige of tlie examiners them a pulent intliicncc in.nuiBlciil development, Scholarships nnd awn riled annually. Applications must received Ly tlio Itegistrnr not lalcr lhan May lOlh. The Syllalins, Aiiplicn'ion Korms a ml fill further Information liorlalnlng to tlie examinations may lie obtained on request. 12-H 3PAOINA ROAD, TORONTO A BIG ASSORTMEiST OF TRUNKS, SUIT CASES AND HANDBAGS JUST RECEIVED LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Save Your Buildings By A LIBERAL USE OF PAINTS Lumber is very costly. We hare a full assortment of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND KALSOMINING The Best Values in the City. F. A. ROGERS Phone 1155 546 13th Street North (Blue Line Car Stops at DoGr) Good News for the Dairy Farmer Tlio hiiltcr market has nmanccd eo ihnt wo arc now ahle. to quolo an aclTHiico of eiglit cents per pound butter fnt. Tho price until further notico wlll'be: No. 1 Sweet Cream 72c pep Ib. D, F, No, 1 Sour Cream 69o per Ib. B. F, No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 660 per Ib. B. F. U'c pay espresa cbnrgcs on Ihe cream arid ihcn return empty fan, and pay for the cream by return ruall by Domin- ion l-ltpress Money Order. We nre always In tho market for .cream, Swfet or Sour, and you may ship to us at any lime. Wo meet all Ilic trains. We aro In the market for- sweet milk, V.'rito or phono us. Crystal Dairy Limited K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Crohapplo Jelly, 4 Ib. Soap Chips, per 1U. 30c Household Ammonia, 2 for E5c I'Ickles, Red 'Cross sour ihlsed, large jar 45c Palmoliva Toilistt Soip, tho cheapest soap on the market. 10 cakes McLaren's Cream Cheese, two pkgs. MONDAY SPECIAL-CASH AND CARRY Uoldcn West Ammonia Powder; regular on sale, 3'pkgs. Coffee, Braid's Best___.., 70s Apples, Yellow per box................... Pulled Hice, per ZOc Shredded Wheat'Biecnltiv. 16i Kllni per. 45c lotted lied Clierrlea.. Kiagara Falls brand, 54o ORDER YOUR SUGAR. NOW WHILE OUR LAROEH STOCK IS AVAILABLE. v GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE. AND ACTION GUARANTEED Chow Chow Pickles, lobby's, per 25c Catsup, Clark's, per .bottle 28c Olive Butter, large jar 45cr- Honey, Howe's Puro extracted. 'per bottle -We Ginger'and Green Fig Jlarma lade, per Jar...........45c Guava Jelly, per Jar ....___45c' Farm Products Ltd. are Now Handling the Full Line of U.G.G. Machinery and Farm Supplies You nmy need h LaCrosse Drill, power, pressure; Porkner Spring Tooth 4', S, or 32 horse sii.e; Disc or heavy, 2, 3, 4, 5 or.C discs, just the thing-tor the wet ground we will have thH spriog; LaCrosse Floors; }lorse or Kngine Disc HarroiCs; Pack- ers; Ditchers and Grain Picklers; Harness: Engines; AVashing Prices in most lines will advance 1. H Will pay to order now. SEEDS ALFALFA, TIMOTHY AND BROME FEED AND SEED OATS SEEDS USEThlE GROWERS COMPANY FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. COALDALE PHONE 777 LETHBRIDGE pUfJMCC. OFFICE 1334 rnunca. REaiOENCE P.O. Box 538 W. Manager, Residence Phone 1687 BECKER YATES L U M B E R Builders' Supplies and Steam Coal OWIJ YOUR OWN HOME and be Independent of the steadily In- creasing rentals, A TITLE-DEED TO A HOME is more satisfying, than a bundle of rent receipls, WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF HOME BUILDING. Con- sult us when contemplating the erection of a Home, OUR SERVICE IS AT YOUR SERVICE. H.N, BECKER YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, WARNER. DA.YTON, MON- innuu nl- ARCH, NOBLEFORD, NEM13CAM ;