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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK K1GIIT TUC DAILY IHiHALU MONDAY, 10, ISKSWINTJST (boys) 3.v; TtypV Dumpers' J Cage.-s 'I I'ar Repairers' .Help'-, fy. i___ Ml work day stall be made w (C1 ,u eight hour work day. 4.CS Poir'r H'te Enjir.eer 0.11 S In lUu district will yrovo of Hi- ICQ >nj liour basis of nine hour's Incline o.ll ITall Itope 5.3S On tlic of February a c-Kilsn w for-eijln hour's work, was held between j OrJer miuilitr'one- tiunJred ;1 ihr Westsra Coal twfnlrtlii'08 Is hereby "csitMllM and Car Loader o.lt lid Endless Rope Kngill- eer L-latiOQ' and lllsiria Vir.lOvl order uulcber uae IrjndreJ ana Xikt Workers o! Ameiiu cnn'i i- Is hereby ameTiJid to rte er a renewal of jr.-j agrceriien- suir.s 1 IStablemau ..'i. A.OS S I FtnLihcr nlvx Jloss S: Car Loader l.u? S All other 4.0S ot ol oujstde labour .showiiji under previoud i J.M 10 I IS J' Ml in J.I31 l J3? .l.M J U'S J .103 s.tt t.t'S ).OS I.OS S J.'JS S I.OS wages and as adjusted by .order 1-1. i Alberta anrf 'Briiish Columbia 1 L Bee Hivfr Coke Ovens Steam l-ocomotive EDBinepr (5.11 SMI j.i'S Ktrkby's FOR WtLL Urrymau 1'lftslfcrers .Oners Cleaners l.ns MAI! other libour i.OS 4.DS S Idcci ApriWW? wherftinlDes in Dumper anil Messrs; Irvine -Liven and Columbia uadfr my ihe A let-1 and Jrom rte J5th day of ler was submitted bj: (he President April for all mines iu the Fro Thee c? aoJ Secretary ct District re- AlberU." ifueeiios the eileofiioD ol the pres-.'ni below will a "agreemenl until Ihe signluj peace, schedule or liie as 'Afier a .dlseussicua. it wa.-.J.Pr ?s5J urdef. Tbose eniplojeea in mutually agreed thai Ihe aEretmcn: fAlberia who formerly -ported ten and Would be cxrended upon lino out- eleven hours will receive hour1? lined In Lbe comrauntcalJon from the eura pay it Ihey r-ork the same 'ollicers of ihe b'nion aud during tlitions' for a new agreement which jrould be commenced as soon as poa- eible after the convention to be beld lu iDdiaDapolis oa the 19ih of March. v As a "re nit ol Ibis mecilnc. the Di- rector o( Ccal Operations issued Onler One Hundred ?nA gixiceu, -p.-hich reads is tenatlve aertfeinent March 1919, bu: OTV'IDS li the fact that KprescflistJres trict Eighteen, UniteJ Mine Vcrkero or. America7Yre Tinafcle.lo niect Ihe Weatprn Coal Operaiors' ihlrly'Says prior to lu expiration provided, ifie foliowingr iras'miiluillr Agreed upon: there wilbbpiio ft condUions orders'-u L1 Sj I Province of Alberta Only I Outside -Labour S SlKan Men ........JUS 11 53.04 II -v .'Wattr Tender 4.51 II 11 11 t'RU o.ll 11 Breaker Oiler ___4.5S 11) Brique'ting Plant. 5.55 11 5.04 11 Water 5.M 11. Winer...... 50a JO Fan Ftrttanll 11 i.r.s ii ..11 11 411 S 4.13J S 4.31 S Drlqueittr Urlquotief 11 Tar Meltcr Lnhorers 3-IS H ppr.. II .....4.5S 11 4.5S 11 C.S9 11 D.C2 11 5.03 51 5.0o 11 Province of British Columbia Outside Labour Breaker Oiler J.5S l.-l S or Tlpplo Olkr........ 4.5S 10 The- Dominion (ioverncnent has clearly fecosmied the principle o[ Pro. vlncJal control over llio said of liquor. 4.21 miirtanu. arc innkins frDiJ5lo'in Sum- Navy Cul" wrapped In TJrt Uii ItnJ us trial council, lias Leeii [unn- In. Oluira, compose J of ronrescnt- atlves of builders and'cotilraCLors and (He bulldlnc trades. Liberals ct Nlplsslnf xml TIruIsTiamlne dlblrlcls will bold u con- vention al North Bay qn tbe lUi In form a district asPDcJatlofl. same number of hours as in the past down OT raysei'r''in Lh'e Tentative Aereemeat kn'd" subsequent orders Casfol'Liviiig CoraniiEsioTi... there wfll be no iaspens'on o' work durluff negotiations for llio nest sgreemeni. Tiiat for the i 'of the men's represent a lives from the special-convention ai IndiaDipolis the 1 Sili of iiy of thc'nDlhoniy .vesled in rhc by order of the committee ot the Prirr Council, passes) .under the; pro- visions of ilie'W'ar'Measures 'Act ol Canada, 19H. I herebv direct that "foregoing rates aud conoilloas Le in Jorce and effect until fnrlber -j" A the return'ot the miner's deLft- patea from IndiprmpOiIs the Jetler sent -by Secretary Broi Srlder dale, or AprU Me-1 -Nelll, coiumlssiontr .ot the Coal .Operators" Association: Policy" Committee 'No: ot A. desire lo rheet tbe representativtg of tho "Western Coil Association on April Qlh, 1319. for the ol Ask- ing lor an. cztension of iho agreenienr; as'outlined b> the International; Pol; under ihe new schedule, la Ilrii- owing lo ihe conipulsory i [pht hoar law a few employees -a-faLla sreirinK a slight reduciion In thc-tr daily wages are ret-eirine au iacrpas-j: j. a inoir-hourly rate. This Is- only a! ernpararr arrangement until the new i is cesoiiateJ. In Albtrta no i receive a repuction in] rases proricleu" ho worts :he same' hours a; herelotore but will receive proTtded ho woria lh Besides wtlcli, insa rormerlT nine hours will now receive nine lioars j pay for eight hours work- Tlis tnler) r the Direcror tlons does not cstivjlisli oat Opera- precedent I and .5 only intended to be in efTec: I psndicg let nefolladoa of a HPA-; agreement. The Director, ot Coal Operations has EETer declined to hear evidence re- garding a dispnta and in reply to a for na iiluiVes- telecram "I have always giyen considera- tion to. frdni men aud hare. ailf- ttde regardtDgyaDr' dispute. Will he qaite .willlnE to coirslder rtquest Tfhen 1 rclurn to Calsarr.1' fOiIpTric.; (he despatch of ihe rorc- colo's tcifgyfoi- a leflsr was torirard- ed to President Christophers, wliicli reada as foil DTE: "With 'turtber relerence lo I o[ the 7lh inst.r ?fr. i ihat you be' 3cod enough to supply ihe! EddUiona.1 crideuco which TOU ?tate that you have regarding certain o" a.ses- receipt o' fe tile matter into of ralea ol, wages Tor -nt side labour .showing comparison o[ (hose Tinder prcvioui arrangement and BS ad jo's ted by Order No. 124: Alterta And British Columbia Rate under Occupation; Jlale A conltTcnce was arranged between representatives of the mein ttie Coal Operators on ific 3lh o( April which was presided over liy H. .Wilson, oi tbtr Western Coal .Operators' Association. Toe lelltr from the Secretary o' Dlslricl Eizhl- was read, alter whlt-U Prta.flenl Christoplier explain'ed that the district .were tncre for tha.purpose of asfeing for an cXletmon ol the pres- ent agreement owing lo the fact that' ihe conference oi International offic- ers had not reached day dc'laJtc pol- icy, lie remarked thai bcfare dlscus- sing the extension of Ihc agreement like to' get a definite under- ElaTuJiiiE' irl'tli regard to irages paid ,lo outside men'in Ihc LocaJj In British Columbia whlcli were by Ihc coining iiilo [orce of (ha Urlllsh Colum- bia eight liour 1ftw. He pbinled ottt that on Ujc 2nd of April (he'Director Of Coal Operations ISEUGJ order one '.fcundrtd and tw'enty-lhree inaXlng the wages "payabloTon a pro rala basis Bml ternarked thafthe men considered this j (heir tarping power flRii agafosl ihe pOJlcy ot their organ-! iziUlon.'.The TnceUng then decided lo! ftfcr the matter to Mr, for! liia-dcclslcm upon Soveral conferences held at ,jhe office ,ot the Deportment ol JAb CalgHry, and ample opporlunily .Vas given-far' belli sifles lo discuss jhc queelion. Tlie men rbnuealcd lhal .the wogea in Brit- ish Columbia formerly M-orxfnR fen-and eleven IIOUTB >ho_uld made io appl.ylo Xhoao working eight, hours, Xo demand was innde regarding oul- side imployces working at Ihe mines fri AlbertA. due consider All DTI tho Uireclor ol Cdal Operallons ilecld- td to grant Ihe iame wagc-o an efghl-hoiir day lor the oiititde ces In Alberta as well AS for BrlLlsli and aj a ls_- Hfted order one hundred! and Iwonly-' fpur-which rcada as followrsT ''AppllcaUqovljai been for farther coneldcrAtlon of order.- ,i After, fulf of Ihe iriat- tefM'ftm oftfre'bplnlnn that the Man Old -Hate Rate Haleper I day Hra day IIrs 2.0S Be of iny Uc'dcniK; hicniing 'of Ihe This >5 Ice firit Elafc of 1.1- sidkms dUeate of the (ram3 that d> ihe tcclh and luidcmlfic; Lodily health. t Gradnsllyjiie pais Spoa jy- TlieyiGfiam'c, tt.m siirinlf, thus ex- foiing the uncnamclcd to the cl decay. Tiny opcn- irigs in the gudS form ftr disease (icims to Iho systcp. Mc.iral science hss tricid.nar.j' to these iDfecling germs in puas They are tnoirn-lo be a Ire-1 ihcumaliim and other istivras cor.- Cheap Tubes Are an Extravagance Ko iralth criri-fully .that tpndiJrncsJ