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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN TUK LK'h'BRIDGE DAILY MER.V 1 MONDAY, MAIU'.H IN ran no.] B I'eKi-y of Miners Kor New Agreement Outlined Hy Uveit ton; and John Kent, 1 P.fpffrt j Mr. Liven. inicriuUonil bwri jtaicJ that ihf folKwins report I of V..IA adopU'd ail I l- tuat uuemploy-j tbroji and men-j 1'tiited Slates, fre.iteu by of the luiuiag iu the of rrei-ideni and] edijv six hour work w; t'-i- iv.ll I'jwcr and influence of 1 le Mine Workers ot Auier-j H K' us-jvl 10 ait Jin cl'at eutl. :J. lom-ur in ibc of rn-iuloiu ihni all Hie Country receive j on alt existing J (Jay work, yardage and; v-ork ir-rifos, LUiJ that to secure i one of the future! ot our Nationaiirstion of Mines i concur in the reoo tutu etui Hayes and declaro anil denu> fc1 ratio luanaseuietn oi all coal luiues j ibe i 4. w> reiommend the inierDaiioual INTESTINAL JFEDHUWPARIYIS nUULTSB! IAUN1D HERE; D.M'NABB HEAD I'-- .injTi 3. jiw-iv i lo tcsuH! I'.ioti are ;Uioii a! for ttK I for "Mk-lte" RtiimdTtisGtniicTrNfcte 6S9 CASCKAIS MoxrauL, "la my opinion, noother is so turitive tor Coastir-atMM ladlgfstion AS I was a suiTerfr thtse com- plaiuu for five years, and uiy EeJeaiarv occuiMtion. al-out a tiiul of after eiiing, ami pain in the Ksck. I wi5 mtiucetUo uoiv far six moulds I have heen weir. A. KOSKSHCKG. 50c. a for trial site 25c. At all or sent postpaid by Yruil-3-iirss Limited; Alex. lo New Body Sot With 0. H. I'. On Saturday night at birth lo rYLlor.ited ml f Temple there wns gi i l.ethbriijgft bratu-K Labor party, flu1 ;ii itlii- luirty are in fas fuflows: "The f-abor Snarly ii organized (or iK' ot sei-uritig uul'jsirial It-pwiation unit tho collective ownership ami dwwraUe [operation of the wealth pro- i ducUoii." 1 The meeting was over by '.Mr. Holmes Jowett. provisional presl- of the Atuerui vvdoratloh, iopened the proceeding ihe principles of the labcr move- y (4 caplullsis ai larger for use Piolt 4 REOPEN CHINESE CONFERENCE MavcU (Assoclainl re-upeulitc ul the of at oi A i or 111 aniV 'ur tlm reapon the Federated parly forai-j ed. to be independent of any political party. j Iu reply lo CMr. John Marsh as lot whether labor i-o operate with capita1, if capital made Ihe offer. In (he way of iHvidlng the profits, ot whk-h he know, Mr. Mv.Vabb said that could nut bo answered uecaute it was a physJcul itttposslhllliy lor labor anil capital to co-operate. I The following olfEeers o[ the new{ ttranch oi the Federated Labor party were elected: President. Donald Xabb; vice-president, C. H. Ulnr.doni; secretary-treasurer, John Marsh. j Ross. was to have i spoken at (he met Hug, and arrange-' inenls were concluded for lits pres-1 ence. A telegram was, however, re- 1 celved from liim saytdg (hat owing tg pressing business at the legislature he was uuabto to a I tend. Juffalo anil Code rich of Trunk Hallway bai beeo from Uirl- aion and placed tai-k iu the Stratford Carter's Little Liver will set you right over night Purely Vegetable acted re-' ofc Then Giv- lor Stomach. Bowels. Srrup of Figs" Harm Children and They Love IL cured in November. shall wain in full force and effect until: O.izej ihe of ihe Dasic- rite and tlrni tne full i ami influence ot ihe. L'nited Mine Workers of America shall be i eniploveA to.tbat end. 7. recommend that the interna- Iticnal at a suitable time of ibcir own convention, to their policy -from t v-revious to tbe lerminaiion of for the pur- oi siving consideration to the recommendations of this policy com- and to tvork out tbe details durjng of the agreement thai wilt after the expiration ot existing agree-j Had No Right In reiily 10 a Qnestion, Mr. stated that the action of the west- ern convention discussed at a sub-committee of the policy com- mittee at Indianapolis. Vice-Presi- dent Lewis asked P. M.-Christophers, the presideni ot district IS, about union. The latter replied i that the resolution had been pasted j 1 'iis absence from Calgary, butt outside rwdy had the right to) a referendum in district meets .shall oot disturbed until _a thp hody lhat (his 7ight beins spe-.'i-al international convention u- tjie by calHug a spec- No Part in Mooney Strike IXDIAN'APOtlS. lud.. Starch The United Mine Workers of -America not pariicipate in any general ial.convention of the membership. Losing No Time The executive board are not losing any time in'dealing with this matter, and met In Calgary Saturday morning to-cited! S3 this-act ion taken', by tbe .'jlother! ymir' chili] cross and peeTijn. if longne is cbatcO; this 4s a sure sign the fctbiiiaci. liver and hotels eertl a at onciS1- i pa'e. feverisb, of coW. breath bsd, throat sore, tlcfesn't eai' Fif-ei> or act naturally, has Mom- acji-aehe. diarrtoes; a liver aod bowel cleajiEiiiE cb'oCilJ always be treatmenl .'Xoilnns cqua'.s "California Syrup of Tigs" for children's ills; give a tea- simontul, end in ;i few huurs all tha foul vaste, sour bite and fermenUng foqil which is cloggeS in tte bowe'ig out of the system and you Itayt- a well aiul piaytul child again, i Alt children love this harmless, licions laia 1 ite.'' and it j -fiijls to effect a good "inside" cleans-') Thai' for. habics, chiidreri and are iriairv ly fin Jw'ttJp. n your horns. A little strike ou Jcsly 4 in behalf ot Thomas w Moonty. couvIct'eJ of complicity in a. ,-e5lern conference. bomb explosion in San Francisco in a Preparedness Day parade. ;An: the executive oi the mine war-tors hail decided agsinst aucli a strike -.vas aiane here today through ihe Vniied.Mine Workers" journal, the of- licial publication the union. Great Interest Being Taken in Convention Wednesday in ISlairmore Herald's District IS Officials Will Fight' Plan Somp days ihe Herald I.elbbridge people are keenly inter- esied in the Good Koads convcfilion to be held in Blairmbre on and it is likely ft number of delegates ihe Leihbrldgc Aulo Club iatlend. j President Maruoch ot the Hoard ot Trarle received a special invitation to he present bur was torced to decline to the reasons set forth'in the fol- i "lotlay saves a sick child a fact that the policy commitlee hut gei the genuine. Ask your j oJ District Xo. IS, M. W. of Dia- for a uotiic of "Califamis of Figs." tfcc-r. H the -'Calitortiia Fig Atlvpriisement. Rynip trict No. IS. was coming back frgm the Indianapolis convention to fieht liie O. H. V. This was denied by a miner dele- It takes a joint of beef to make a bottle of Bovril Bovril contains the. goodness vital elements that give beef its special place and value as a food arc concentrated and stored in Boyril. Just as the tquivalent light of 32 candles is coiicen. fraied >'rhone f lectric lamp, so the vita! elements of beet__ of concentrated in i sincls bottle 6 not.merely a precious .food in itself; it possesses the peculiar power of enabling; yon to.eiUait rnors nourishment froni.ottier fooasi ,This gives-Bovril ill xyondttful body-building by indepeniSetl Experiment lo .be.1 fr'orn limis the amount taken, Boyi-il, true sense of-tbe word, ij Grtst Food Saver. _ Bovril in the Bovril stands alone Canada Food, lowing letter: J. R. Smith. -Esq.-. Crows Xesl Pass -Auto. Assn., BEairmore. Alta- Mr. Mas very giati to get your.letter of March ?Sth re-; garding your coiirention on the tional Highway, ami.have nasseil this! on to Mr. K. President of' the Lethbridge Automobile C'ltib. will be with you at your meeting. Mr. j Harris is a prominent member of our i Board of Trade as well. 1 1 should have UJffed very much tof have heen ahlo to attend the convert-; tion myself, but I havf been called f to nrj important, meeting of the Joint Committee of Commerce and Agricul- ture at Winnipeg, and am, therefore, unable to attend, You may be assured thai this Uparci f of Trarle Is in hearty sympathy TviUi the energetic action that you have tak- s en and I feel sure from 'previous ex-; Jpertences your public rrten up in i the Crows Kent Pass and the "splendid services that, they rendered in the I Victory IjoanSvork in I'JlT-18, that) your meeting Trill tjy successfuV'anti i that yon will pursue the matter of hav-! ing a high-ray Crow lo a successful conclusion, i'e have always lafccn the view here I that to Coast Highway policy j sboulfl always have clearly in view the economic requirements of thej country. To us in who do j KO muVh commercial business through the pass by the use of automobiles; and -who are "enticed away for occa-! sional trips over (he road'through the to H, C.; no demonstration Is.rt- fiiiired of the nsfifulnejis of lhat even in its present1 soin ft what imper- fect Klale; but such action na you'. have taken in calling this convention absolutely -neccsaory In order, invite public from circles f_ own immediate vicinity to the splendid arJvantages offered by i thia road for cross connltl' driving! both lor business and for pleasure, i Yours truly, j 0. H, 'Marnoch, Prcsiilent. Tfie Kflitionfon Council says it does not want any change made in tuo city police commission. when the stress of SMOKERS'try6ncofAdams WJ1C11 L11C 5LI.C5S Ul you've finished or between, smokes. change c ;ib :mo8L try candylcoated, with a "arc sold evcry where. Next time you sec. of pejppermmt.. It re-: ka tension. and get ten Chiclets, MADE-IN CANADA Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Gum Toronto, Winnipeg, .Vancouver ;