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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAT, MAY 15. 1917 THE ,LETHBRIDGE DAILY IlfcnALO PAGE FIVB light-hour day for all classes of labor, xtra for uouble and treblft, Blilrts and Western Ottawa. May absolute dead- lock lu tbe roal dilute lu dUt.-kl IS. lias arrived at. Hon. T Cro- thera aucgCBled tho ol a1 loyal cuiuuilstUm to mafce a hnil set- llciueut, but President Crab am ol llio miners replied that ttils wIM bo unsatisfactory ow.og to the tlnio re- j quired to get results. The miners f liivp also, through Uielr Itld conditions whlcb they de- mand as a Lash for any turthor nc- These veto contained a wire received today by Mr. Cratliers. The. demands Include an Increase ol ihtriy par con I. of all rates, logelhsr with ihe adjustment of Inequalities, ou Renew the Joy of Living Don't fet fll health any long- er rob youqf lifc'spleasures. Get back your appetite, strengthen your digestion, stimulate your liver, regu- late your bowels and im- prove your blood by taking PIUS 'S Their action is prompt and thorough, and you soon-feel their benefits. You will eat better, sleep sound- er, and fed-new strength after a short course of these depend- able'pills. They restore healthy conditions, and are worth a guinea a box iur uuuuit; nnu Sunday overtljao and Tboy propose Ibat the (igrcciucnt jijrlre Augual 31, IMS, but wltb tho to bo laserled that will enable he to reopen negotiations U bnormal conditions arise lo cost f living. From wlrea lie baa received from the jperalorft Mr. CroLhera has no houe hey would be willing to ogre a to such and he BO wired the men Frcaldeul Grtbam, In declining the Tor n royal coniujhefon laid Ibat I lie man would not return o workmen condlllooa prior to the hut-down, but It itlUftctnrr arranne- menls could to u'ade would do so. Unless'thore Is ah unlocked, fur change In tbe Eltuatlon Ihe present irospecl In coanecllon with the dls- mta Is for a prolonged strike which will Uo up the coal fields ot AlbcrU and British ColuxablL an Indefinite period. Latest demand1! ot the min- ers (or a 30 per cent. Increase over .he old agreement and a general eight lour day wru 'flcelflTyl by those In ouch with (he Blund bt the cmptoyers lo be out c( tbti qucellon and as ihe shon- no disposition lo yield ami .he operators are Just as eUumar.l li oaks as It tho illapulo Elpnucr down lo ji triiil of Elrenptli between tlic two narttts. The m.nere' union Tccelrcd aiiolhcr Iclegram from Hon. T, Crolhcra Ihla morning In which 10 urged Ihcin.lo. .reconsider their re- [us.il to place tbo mailer In tho hands ot a. conirolsalon. Secretary A. J. Carter ot District 18 eald thtB morn- ing I hat the members ol.lhe confer- ence were all ready lo return lo their homes lael night and let tbe strike lake Us course Lut had vailed over In the hopes thai something might result from the presence In tbe, city or Grant Hall, vice-president of Ihe C.P.R.. who Is here wlih 'A. M. Nanlon, ol Winni- peg, director ot Ihe company. D-nled the Pro mitt In view of Mr. Halt's statement ide earlier today; however, (his hone Is believed to he vain. In Ihla he de- nied absolutely a story that he had virtually promised the men their de- mands they would return. Made of the best live rubber; The canvas friction plug prevents slipping. A PAIR PUT ON E. A. Shannan Company 1217 Second Avenue South Lethbrldje Office 1173 Rei, SiJ FEMALE HELP WANTED Two or three lo help In ialo at West- era Mercantile Co'y, 606 .Tbird Aye., Sonli. Apply above' ad- inu: British Canadian Trust Co. 'ASSIGNEE WE STOCK BRANTFORD, CROWN ANO STANDARD Fitted Dnnlop Traction TlrOT And beat equipment IhrtMthouL Prices from (o HH.M caili or easy Icrme, htftd cyclea alwflys In and accessories. Cycle Co, 1H Frrttl MrM i, F, Quebec, May, first large parly of returning Can ad Sana to come up the St. Lawreflca'aloce'lbe open- ing of navigation reached.Qu'cbec yes- terday from 'a' TJrUlsn port, after voyage which was made pleasant the mobt" favorable weather condit- ions and entertainment? on board. They camo on the ea no liner as Sir toberl Dordcn and TFBTC 15 ot all ranks aboard.; Tbe party was In'charge; Major ll_ Cramm, They Included many on leave. A great majority of Hie N.' C. and men ire convalescents and'are due to re- :eive their dlscbHrge. MY WHOLE LIFE wai apcnt la trylaf to cure in wrltea Mra. Jeffrey, of -II French 'Street, Mithara. -Then 1 heard of Zam.Bnk, OH4 It, ud am aow eomplilely i yean the nicer 'appeared on mjr ankle, ind grad- to mr knee. The Foryearalcoold hirdlj- walk'and had to remain li ttae beiife.' For year. I receired docloii' (realniemt knt got only (eoiporary relief. I beard aome wonder. fal curea worked, by Zafll-Eyk aad. -Tfce relkf I experienced wondrrf ol. Tbe Inlunmatloal The pall WM 'aooit ended, nd.al iMtiftn thlrty-thm yeari el iitsery, 1 on IM.rMd lo recorery. c.f Men Pic. E. L. PaBSfield of Dellevue, and Le, Dave Scott ot Twin Bulle, are ther Soulhwn Alborlans who are ItsL- d as wounded. NO SlrMPtM OF li SEASON T.elhbrlrlBC district was Tlslted -by Its rlrsL real spring rain lasL creninp about eiEht o'clock when a storm from the southeast uhlcli had been gath- ering all prcclpllatlnR .3r inches or moisture kod [realicnlng :he new spring 'growth up wonderful- ly. wonderful Growth jn. the nnd last evening's ratn .win aerrc tc help them to (o'llie 1916 growth.' The 'rain, which covered considerable on tho Gout IE extended northwcbt ajong the Aldcrsldo line, nnd those districts 'show rapid seed growth In the next week. The storm did not hold up seeillng to any extent. Operations, were in full swing noon today, and. wll rushed durtng the remainder of the week. The following la bio gives the per- centages or seeding done up Bat urday night, as gathered by the loci otMcea of a large company: Wbeat, Maclcod branch 95 50 20 Aldergldo bTbTich 86 60 Crows Ncsl branch 70 20 CarJston branch 75 50 Taber district 75 40 ForomoBl branch' 70 40 Coutts branch 70 f Bcotland, A Wonderful Afternoon Ptrformaricaf and Evening 7.00 and 1.00.' ADMISSION Children 16 ccntt........... ;