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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, MAY 12, LETIIBRiDGR. ALBERTA. PAGE SKVHN I P.I APPEAL In AsscjBmenl OH Assessments on Lands This C. P. R., through 111 mile- lur. Mr. O. A. filed an anneal decision of Court of Revision In confirm- ing for 1919 on Ihit portion of the railway vla- ducl (he Belly vdlhln the tlty llmill. on the ground lucS l> encctslwe anJ lllojJl. Tht ciher thole on Ihe C. P. R. linot. hive been acccplcd. t t PAULENKO LEAVES FOR EDMONTON PEN L'cler I'aiilaoVn. vihu bocn itfutcncrd (a t.7t- imiiriaun- rr.eul luetead ui (or llie ajurder rf Jolni Onufip- Jpavea In chargo ot rcii- itablu Moriarly llie irfllu for Kdnionton. where he r.-LU commence Ms KTLII lu the ALBERTA MUSICAL -FESTIVAL NOTES Hay, 1H9. t Season llckfts for all teaslons :oncprU In churcrti are 1 morning and i juorj icsslqns. K cenla, tor any oven- v; (illy ceiils. Sir. T. TerCut XoKc has klnrlly coo KIIDI church on one of Ihe afternoons Tor Ibla cxlraoraiinrr I real tlicre will ic n spsclij admlailon ot fifty cents. Don't ..forgot pracrU'a oil Tuasriav HEbt, eTcrroile llrao 4eeL- UK. Those -fi-lio oMaicDJ rorjien of (be 'Banner of SI..George" Insl lirac )'.casc. be-good cnouEh to lirlng i icnls tor Ihe copies wiilcli have >een paid. lor. Aid. Brtatch of Calgary in Speech Here Advises Miners Not to Strike fulfilled the rcle of tbe who. Instead ot perforn.Iup tniploytd, iircn-.eded to bless, aa il is relaied In Hoi) Wilt. rVilonlne ihe ieri- sDeakcri, jutli Pea- cock McNiiLb. at Miners1 Ibrary last nlfbl, lie uroLceded to >our a told of water on their shirks cf vralory when they urged he Biiflcrs lo slrikc in lytapailiy n'iiti the miners ot Jlr'iltii Columbia over Ihe cfelil-iiour day order Mr. Hroateh, In Cnsc Strike Follows Vole Ikying For ( Strike Me'raWs of ihe chorus will pleaso.j 'egislcT name and voice, this io be In-1 tludefl In .the special souvenir pro- jrani lo be All ttioso holding Mete's Tor last con- :cn, lo Ihe secretary' so check up accoums. Entries. sent into, (he aec- cUry on or.befori Hit May, ui extra, nharjB of fifty; cents n'ade "afteT c.-lng lale Viavfe'io sing or play- firrt. rrbni tho American piptrB: vaf ofgiulsl SUiifller. England, rrqm .S07 Will (6 orsan- F! -and -clibljinas'-er ol SL- Tliomas'B glren at. Phlladaipbla conflnnn ri'iil H .brlUlui li on tlie Npbli played.ft hrllljanl rccilnl the Ihe Boy's Cen- IM! Mr. Noble is cHly orip'or, the (qTemont ot wrary and larse zndlenoe adrjiilajrc of Ihe oppDrluolly-lo iez> Thohna., number o[ the jrogrBini Moisrl'a Panlaafi fn P Minor v.iff. It jioei'wJthouL sij-lng, brlMIanUy ilayeJ. '..The, -a favorite rilh CnjcUsh cojapoferc, IE .very eiacl- and Mr. Koble'a la ell ly Veybaard was row here bet- cr abbwji ihmi'ln this amply .lustlfylns la on Ihe program. OM'ne ilher it Is -to 'say hat Ihey'eiempllfleJ 'crsatlllty. and the' variclj ob1 .flincil from Hie organ was an eJ lo'n in UselC. Tor ihr, organiBls pre miong audience., Mr: Noble Is A mailer ot Ills xrcat rslmnient.-end exhlbtta exceptional Rchnlcal com mi rid or 'an Inslrumeni lial Is completely II tlit Dinners of District Xo. IS de- cide to go ou strike over Order Xo. 124 of Coal Couimtsstoiier, Aruiatroris re- ducfng wages or men fo Drictsa Col- umbia mines formerly working tcii sr.O-elcvcn hours who are noiv work- lug A'fiat be ihc alll liida ol Ihc International M. of A.T :.TbIs cajJEftftlly Snteresllnp tn ifle ot Ihe strong vote of the miners tu join the O. C. U. and lirc-ak away trow llie hitcrnatlonil the district ulcers do not cspei-1 much ;iid from the Inlernallonal for In a letter to ibe iuembers of all local unioDS in DIslritt No. IS, Ihe following paragraph appc'nra: ''Aa we cannot al rresetil sec anj financial rorllicomnig to tlic cUelrlct In event of a general strike tre bclfcrc lhal In erent of Dclng declared all men id. ihe mjnea should ccaie'nork. of would include the foil ovine clagscs of abor: Kncineera, fire men, pumpmen, fan men and Thai a strike br the miners will fol- (bo jg o.x- in labor and lielp (ioni the .11" Is jparenlly'lbemincrfl'.desire jo iiret-lpl- tale a: general Al. berU and B. C. T o ftsct.: In a way. ALilerinan llroalcli, or Cwl- and ihire vat BJI autocracy tenants' and had removed bo rolu of cursing for i he was aany. In H occupied some lime. In llie city lull VOTJC tbao tbat ot the kt'wr, (he' czar, and lia iim of- Gm tpecc'i, whkli ill a speaker went ou in way Co show tiiaH lie.waa rklu when he rtTerred lu the hypotheentloti of tax in jpllt of ino a" Hie eame- he charged with by Uie Lethbrldce Herald, Me carefully, however, altiiained "roai any refer, enci to breat ibai ttiese arrtarn duly rtpreiemed sixty per ctnL. auil evi- uhon he saiJ lhal he was not an aj- one hundred per of these vocaic n! Elrlhos and lhal he Etronglv arrears as co'litcral. enough caustdl'11 ?r "eumtm lo iell his m'cnances ot ihc ficntlemeu whil he rucani to convey. Donald McNabb did hbout lijrpothci-at.oii KTrlh seeing he an aldannan of llie city o[ In the year 1913. a >-car famous for hypothecation, so Lu more aboui ITian the Uerald and the mayor the counionances o( the ec named to fall visibly R( wiiat wae LI -jiriKe .inroiiRhout- Al C. (a trades 13 ai LOXDO.V. Slay son, who succeeded, the" J. Hannn ns got to wort on his hi London wllh the By "an effective' slateracnt made by Canada's aujy- plying food to ..Ihe, allies, the Domin- ion gels .He also points lo .the enlarged markets here for Cana- dian produce. farmers rea- lize, he said.' great' opportunity they hayri irt Europesu Tiiarkels, ther wm do belter with bncon, butter, eggs nnd-poullry. can eas- ily, be fanners have tipt yei graspitl 1Kb Idea thil a, great oy port-door is-open Lo them. 7' dently regarded a licresy GO far Lho principles tbcy he'd went. He further placed -McNabb In a quandary when, referring lo his com- which lie made the most or, Mr. Hays, presidenl ol llie [nler- iiaMorjl, Mas urKlns President Wil- son lo builj .ships so Ibal ibe United could capture tbe coal market 3 of tircnt llrilajD and K ranee, and thus starve the families o[ Die iniaerB io CDUQtries la the crenlion of ua- Mr. Broaluh -said that. I ibuugh he dEeagreed with the iiroce-i dure, Jt was IQ (he' circumstances Jogi- caL He proceeded to point out dial Ibe -action of Ihe International was a part or the present Bystem In instlluliou of crutt untonlEin. in Ihrvl tlitre was the selfishness of such tn-' slitultojis in considering only tbe sli- uallon as IL parllculy u'tfecttd them, i lha miners in the Slates in ihJs in- stance, and hot considering ihe brcllierhood of man by taking- into ac- count the workers in other countries. advising ttie miners, not to all-ike. AJtlenoai] Uroatcli gave ns bifi reason Ibat t hoy In doing EO would be up ttvo thai of (be Inteninlionzl and trie capitalists. (I was lor Ihe'tniners lu do away ivilfa ODD ol Ibesc al JeasL 1C they were' lo succeed. -ThiBrlie could bo attained Jiy means vot the O. D. 17., ot which he was a s troop eiponel.- Droalch ].s a different stamp ol eaker on bcialf. of Jabor ihan 'ihe ordinary type, who lear llieir lialr and gel into a hot yersplrallou Ihe grievances or labor Lhc Iniiiui- lies ui the, "governing" clashes, and, whJJc 'they are doinff so, create cold perspiration in (he 'eudleace to whethnr in frenzy will IjreaV a blooQ-Teisel. The Calgary alderman relies on-the argu- menl of cold and apttiks with mlut anrl circutaspecllon, compel- ihn serious attention of audt- .This wu erideat. in bis addrees a.L ihfl miners' 'iflirair on Sunday- ere: alhff- .VTiatfiver logic It'li poselblc (o apply. lo a .movement snch 29 "tlie O. B. U. lie fpplled in thej lie .told hla hearers thai not DOl and commliilonerp. iDcJdc-ulallr. he lold bit audience that uhlle ht wfcs (n the city hall he riad done great things. had brought about Lhe Ihe properly qualification for loose it deilrout to sUod for office. I ibe CQmmlsstoners rpre to >are llie same re- "FS'ith Rrertt ind'tcatlou Mr. ilc.SVWi repadUted (he Insinuation that who vM'once Alderoian Me- fthould be .subject to SLui an outrage In belfef. tO'd ihai he liaoranl o" cily fmuiclnc- 1C he did lot knor all about rt, should? MARK FALLS WITH 7HVJD JjratNE, May num. DJirlt, which hid recover- ed to {7 per bmidred, fell OD pubHcatlon of the prarR temiB io 37. All of- boads coonected with GcTssi; enierprlKs dropped wniWer- abry hi price. BUIBflniESSOlfl v I r The two Hinjtis, .N'amur Sdisli and Sliitk. charged wilt alleged crioua a'calnct tlie crlmlril ode, whq'vere up before Judge Va'ck- on OD Saturduj-.were dUcJiareed. The Kui-Uni.- >kofl and Doff, liargej wllii the alleged, theft of earn, vacpB, aad from 11. C. Harvey, are hariBg ihe case aialnst them heard al Ihe District Court tbli moraine. Tbe trial la proceeding. HEAVY RAIN AT Tl'cauicr conditions arc' getenlly tavursblc in die mrroandbf couulrr. A jnowBtonil is reportM by lha C. P. H. In tile Nut Pass Lotfiy. tad a regular cloudburst was reported 31 Milk nivcr last Saturday eveuluE- Tbcre conlinues to be au abundance '.or Dioisture In Ihe immediate vlclnlty i-tndlHonn poratlni: lo e. per crop this jear. The Stock nxi are aUo wearlne a smile We- tause mofMnre rnfs, and grass means fit rrealest airrbitioa. 5molle "PUyw'i Navy In Tka foil; For 60 I'rfcedent The general revenue fund of (fee Proiioca of AlbfrU lias been supple- meited by lie ot bcUlM at nberi Illicit dwlroyed. AlonK witL a tbegur for 124.00 resji- received by the trlci office of ibr. frnrlncUl 1'ollee came Ibe bottlu c-old 21 40 cenli per joua. U it thai the ot Ike sale of ibe bolUej will only lurllj- piy lh< costs of llie lawyer IIW case. While buttlei are In jel cejcni. of of Ikne botllo mar lead 'to tbe prattles uor Is ordered br the to be deitroyed. II ur sajTan tbe uobrolun and sell Iben for CMI at Btalr. more bid ot 4tf cnti per 'Charles .Boyle, horaebreedor. Is i' crafl- wllh llieir Ma dettind all Delicious Cornflakes were '-useless, In.'vhal Ihe Torlierji hojifcU lo. gain. 'Tte.O.7 B. U. Vo'uld present the practice) of American coal brought Inlo Canada v a strike ivas on here, as Itic .railway men -would refute io haul the coal, if. ihey'dld, (be flrenrtii in the various Indttslries iroul'd wrt-iotach the coal, aa ll would not be fair coal.' Withi Ihe.0. .existence, lliere VoiiM be no pDftBlblllty o< Blrikei, in IhaL require 90 per'cent; o( Iho votes 'o fot a strike, and when Ibcre woald be tho'need ol cc'nl.'lo call It off. The worhera wonld have a big leTeragc in a goncral slrlKe or aJl Indiistrles bc-inp "called if tha grievances ,acl ol workers remedted. held, Breit of Ihc .O. B.-.U. He had-been 1 up with strikes, tut. considered horn last resort.'rt the .iverhcrs. Referring Lo llie irage rlisrmlR ol tha ity employees, Mr. Brot'lch advlSisd ho men lo slick lo Ihelr demitidt if hey coneldercrl them fair.-..Ife'Mid' hut it was no nrgunient that Ihe corii- nilTaioncrs could find llio money. flic clllzons of ,Calgary..'-. were afor'or'Ilic men's and iho cilireiia ot 1-clhbridKO bo same. He uoosi'dcrcd (hat the', iloyccs in" etiUUcd lo ill they rcccired phoiiM have qV- jiincil more, oiilrjr. llicy did It. He c'xpresstti the opinion, tlint l.lffh werti a. curse, In thai lliftf ctuaed unemploy- nenL, The proper solalfoo ihe [or and not tor. profit. Mr. i'cacocky itroogly advlbed the nincra io 4'protest he'ctghl-ho'ur'order lri-Uj SHU .hat'Mr. Armsironj" hart put llie order In force til trio InalfsaLlon of Whcaticy, of of (fie Federation of the cotiscHed. In reference ctvlc employees, he those hi Die Tmton.wlir) did not vote m llio referendum pikers Tho com ml loners w'Orc sv-ent money on south plrtp Viicro' Uity and did holhtng on tiio 'nbAh' side Tlie irrcars-br lasts were oklng b; (ftate posed ns rtni Ifio. Corkers the only wits raid Ihclr (axes lit full. Me urgtJ Cmplftyt'ca lo tlpht f6r .Hholr.righjj would help ihcnr lo 15 per' coil, increase and lo ihc ItV Lvey..-d.' cOino through, lleltJrring lo.the1 elglil litiiir oftler Mr. said Hint.Mr. ATmstron not know u-JUcIi Iq an. of gotng 10 hts'Tarr hia Job lo Mr. Hirrlsoft ntyl Jones, ixiiTiaM McNiiSb PAJtl Hwn With (h "I, II simply A ,riNC3J'rni fl which fltl lie on. Uic .civic wa'gp Ypu can't satisfy that candy-craving with any other gum than Ghiclets. And Chiclets bring you the favorite flavor, tempting ancl refreshing. The peppermint Chiclets makes tempting die beneficial habit oi chew- Adds just enough sugar to fill a real need of the Just crisp enough to make it a pleasure to scrunch a'Chiclet (between your teeth. iChiclets are sold everywhere. Next time you displayed, buy a Chiclets for. five cents. MADE IN CANADA 1 product, particularly prepared CaiuidiAn .Cheyhig Gntn Lhnited, Toronto, Vancouver ;