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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume VI, Lethbrid�r�. Alta.. Friday, March 31, Kill. Number 93 MINES WILL BE CLOSED TOMORROW SUSPECT IN THE STETTLER MURDER EARL Y CLOSING BYLA W IS QUASHED MANY HA VE BEEN KILLED IN MEXICO miners will * mountain all go out tonight Local Miners Endorse the Action of the District Officials UNANIMOUS VOTE Every Mine in Western Operators Association Will Close up "Thare wllJ not b* at wheal turning In any mina in Alberta operated by wners belonging to the Mine Operat re' Aaaooiation after twelve o'ciocls a.t.i Its iiadmi,. And the expiration of our,i,,, p^^p,, p,,,,,.,,,. the reciprocity debate next week. '"'J hv August. Tlie idea is to get out The plot to depose Borden in Ihe To- ''i'' ""ll"'! i>f Hie Heaver Creek n ,ine ronto Glolie is headed: "Liitle group I'le Weslcin Coal A Coke Cn., of .Montreal and Toronto capitalists "Im are reailv Ihe juomolers of tlie and manufaetui'er.s no longer in con- mad Only lili pnund steel will he troi. Voice of U'esl is making itself used fi->r (lie (rack, hut when pres- heard and heeded. Selfish itiiercsis sure of irafTie wurrniits it heavier .metal will lie subsl il uted. Tiie survey is pronounced as practicaiiy a first class Miu' It IS witliin llie range of there you are. The solicitor for the defendants ask ed that the case be dismissed on the oiighly carried out 111 lie 'lockinu: to I lie rebel ranks from the surroimdiuc cnuiitry. The origin^ al force of federals under Col. Ojeda and Cnl Barren numbered 800. including 2(1(1 Vaciiis 'I'lircc hundred men ,Tre said to have been imprisoned at Ilermosille and sent to the, front. Fight 3t Santa Barbara Kl I'.iso. Marcli 31.-A stubbornly aareemenr. and having complied wilh .�\d\ices from all points tonight in- po.ssihilii) (liiil the town of Pinclier ' f,,iig!it ^md bloody iuittle between 300 dicate a landslide in I'avor of recipro-the spirit of ihel^.,,,^. Millie atieulion is paid lo the relea.sed. As predicted,, Soderlierg j "'p ''.^'"^ vol legal act. The Operators have not shown | stories to the has been given forty-eight hours to recuperate He will make no statement He is said to have been sullcr-ing with measles. SHEFFIELD CHOIR SANG TO HOUSE OF COMMONS Ottawa, March 30.-At the hour for adjourjiment of the House of Com-nibns lonight the famous Sheffield choir took seats in one of the galleries and sang to the members and their friends. . It was a uninue occurrence. worked hve years on job have hud aniplp time to reconsider,^n^, ,he choir met with an enthiisias-their decision, to break the strike liy , tie reception, bringing in outside men. The Operators believe they have given the men a square deal. They want (he niaKer settled amlca/bly, and will do all in their power to prevent violence in any shape or form. They will leave it to the Unions to make the first move, but anticipate no negotiations for al least a month. The Local Situation Last night the local Cnion of ihe V. ,.\1. W. of A. met in the Miners' Hall, North Lethbridge, to consider the situation. The meeting was strictly for Union men and nearly ."ino presented their cstfds and were admitted. A Mounted J'olTeeman was on hand lo quell any disturbance that might arise tiut had an easy time of it. rresident Larsen wag chairman of Ihe meeting, and in spite of the weighty matters Nine Mile Tunnel Through The Alps Has Been Completed Berne, Switzerland, March 31. - The final nbstluctiun to the Loct.scli-burg Tunnel llirniigh tlie ncrn^s Alps was piereiMl i)y hibnrers at 3,.51) aeeordiiig to the statutes, and the any dispnsiiion to renew agreements I jit is proposed lo reorganize ciiurl riiuld no nothing but accede to;�lonK any '"'es that would be fair toj,,,, sj,,,!,,.],,,, jipinennnts outside ilnring tlie present year. effpci ibal the parly Creek may bi,' situated on (he main line iif (his mail towards I'luitls, but it is iKit anticipated that aiiydiing Inward tliat end will be allempted llu' request. .�-^teps will be taken, immediately 11 liave the bylaw put through once more and this time the limit will be closelv watched, SCOFF 'o'clock tills morning after live and a under conBideration. the liest of orderihalf years of work, ami expenditures was preserved throughonl. The men! nf $20,000,000 The tunnel, which is took the matter seriously and indulged; the third longest in Kurope, measures scale trom April first. Miners Wonder Why the Minister of Labor Does Not Wire Operators , (Special 10 Iho Herald) Coleman, March I'.l.-Coleman Miners meoi tonighi (o make final decision regarding the strike, it Is reported thai engineers, pump men and all others, as well as .Miners and Lalbor-ers, will be pulled o(T tomorrow. The vote loniglu will be merely formal, as the men are iiuitling this afternoon. The companies in the Pass have not ye( bean nolified by the I'nlons of their intention lo strike. All the Operators have olfered to provide work tor Ihe men and when the new agreement comes into force lo pay the new ourselves and have rather placed them selves in siirli a position that they council i'^ou'tl continue the present conditions time �"'^ affairs until such time as ' force from ns the concessions desire. We are not of the opinion thai our aciion can be construed as Iieing a hreach of the act- and would like lo draw atlention to the fact that we liave, at all times, complied with the law and have no intention of doing otherwise, i.Signed) W. B. Powell, president: C, Stubbs, vice-president; A. .1. Carler. Seey.-Treas.. District 18, V. .M. \V. of A." This is the last day of operations at Ihe mine. ..-."ill! Tlie Hiclu'lieu Co, will liiM'oine I III- liolding company and llu- iitlii-r ini,,|i,ii,ie:^ to ho taken in ,iie 'I l;r ViiiiliiMii Naugatinn Cum- |:,,.^ I'.iii\ ,1 il liie inl.iiiil .N'uvigat ion I'n I.will l�|!^lll^s. the famous l-inglish s':ip nv. iier .iiiit licad nf till' r''urhrss Uiiliv line, will also have a pr.iini iieiil p.'.rl in the projecl. Other n.iM g.Jiiiii iiile: nliU m il-- initial stages. damaged b.\' bombardment. 'I'lie rob- H i.s slaleil that llie i iim.ili, els are seeking to resloru Abdul Aziz ^ will lie In ihc neigliliuiii.imi ni to the throne. 'iiOO.OOO DR. JOWETT ARRIVES g .\'ew York, March 3L-The Uev, Dr .1. It, .lowelt, who recently resigned tli� =| pastorale of Carrie Lane Congnj^ai mat rhurch in Birmingham, Eng, .limn ,iirrived here on the liner Mauretanil ' $10,- ,ionight to fill the pulpit of th� Pift^ l.'Xvenue Presbyterian churcU. liMi: ;