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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RIGHT THE l.tlHUHinOE DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1920 observed that a house was casliug I "Oilier photographs were exauilu- (J. and it vast, strategic system was bare. N'atu'raHy one lost no time. in informing i authorities. But v i no one wanted tQ fcnuw, Kvea when, THE GREAT GERMAN SECRET Tho secret of tho German scheme1 c'f camouflage by wlm-h H turi; Ludenilorff wer? al Delegates Claim One liig Union i Rapidly Losing Strength Calgary Scale Convention in Full Swing. a sicilktr way, atiu itic- hud been toliiiielk-d iu itirousrii Uw in git kail uica viru-J rUi-y d lo -'H was nut weapon uicy w use U'CJUfv u was IM ivturum the tiipiuiist, whu tousht labor '.hruusli injuuciioas." -Most >he money ul No. 7; betu secured Uu. lids dltiic-isal ut funds zuiui: on everywhere. "While1 you are auvistd to keep your eye on the utlk-uls. iheso ridiplrr nro tin- trt-.isury." The dlsruplionists hail expected In capture the miners' oi-Kaiiiz.utLm rir.-u. ft the truth had heen toUl the result John Urown. international urgasUcr, Et the opening session yeiteruay of- Ihe conversion ot represenutives of. locals o! the United Mine Workers of America of District 15. !a Calory, tppealed to the delegates lo be reas-' onnble and not a that would cause some mine operators lo conduct ihelr at a Ho a-lvocated the powers of drawing up the new wage Et-ale (o i level-headed men. i Tho conveuticin wiil gel dovra loL business toilay, it Is expected. John's' Ihe ballot would have shown thai P. White, vice-president of the V. M.Jn majority were not in favor of iho of A., is present am! he- will wit-1 O. U. I'. ness tho election" of a scale commit-: Hurting Cause i Couttnulng. he slalen that Scfore disrupllon took jihice iho had one of the finest organizations iu 'i'j world. Since tlie of iho year membership fnleraalloua! un- ms has Increased )iy Talk- inp the Winnipeg pLrila- trial. r.e Ealil that iraernatipna! were to get out of Jajl. riiarsea bad medo Ibat they irhlch'they could not violate nil bout, wre acting asaUst Iheni. Th-.- ijifak- bclng gullly of tho tame crime -as "f claimed that some i the mon now Germany when that country tore Up a rntivply e-ngngerl in tills work thiough- famous scrap of paper. If we find thai ;'Ut tlio IWnilniou :ne doing luore to an operator has contracted for the men !n .'all three or five years to supply coal at' Discussing itm O. E. U.. Mr. Wil- EO much per to the 1'. Ham Houston said: R., it miBht be that we should force "I lielieve the time is near wliun him either lo furnish coal at a loFa the miners will be rehabllituted and or to repudiate his agreement. I da one hundred per cent, organized with not believe that you, however, will a closed shop. These people- say 'they take the position of non-compromising do not want a closed shop. -If to. rebels. You are going to find that you why have they in the past taken Trfil have some compromises lo make, money under false prclfinaes? The and cool heads arc required. The closed shop and the check-off are whole future depends on Ihe working of the scale and the carrying out of tho agreement." Insidious Propaganda The history of the division in labor ranks was dealt with by A. Farmllo. Ho told of alleged misuses of funds. "I am acquainted ivith officials and also with others who are not officials who hpTB conducted an insidious prop- aganda for the depletion of your treas- said he. "All these people were Ihe falal March surprise. 1 was to Inform their ex- like our -won. who had most tho only thins worth know- S of German, camouflage systems, nun And raaleriul in prei'Sratiou for wore uoi KoiuK to sdmit their full- the break through on iho Western From on March 21, Is liescrib- Tin1 vvrilef divisions." says an 'extract from l.udendorff's War Me- aot been observed by enemy." This camouflage ihe result of tho Uennaii sludy ot science ot shadows. The screen- ing pul up in the winter. visibility was unfavorable, find ii es- aiujiiiion. Mr. ikilonjon. who was one of ihe jiritish officers engrtged iu llaKe work on tho Western Front. [.tales that ho first discovered tho secret hy studying on aerial pholo-; headway against the fotcea of reac- of a Flemish village in which 1 liou. nnd tho fatal, complacent stu- that, barred tho way." II was no shadow, although another had considerable shadow, the burning ot the evidence of ILclr Utud Ihe German lines before their subsequent retreat. Mr. Solomon predicts that, in fu- ture Ihe science o! iLc intor- .camouflage tecret thai pretstiou of pbotograpby will counted tor luo huge tires seen be-! be the eye. el the command, early in -March, but for offi- cial obstructions and apalhy. 1 can recall Ihe scene if. a Cabinet Min- ister's great room, his deparlniental office, when .ho and another ot my lions railing al our lual'iliiy to make- tee today. During his talk' Mr. Brown said: "You will, in all probability, find yourselves in the same position as President Wilson when he crossed tho Atlantic In discussing with the .dele- gates the pending negotiations, with his fourteen points. He foun-J tual he had to deal with nations which had already hcen committed to irealies In the great idea of scuttl- ing the treasuries of tho various local unions of this country. In Vancouver Jt.500 from the treasury ot tho operat- ing engineers' union had been disposed of. 1500 being voted to this gentleman sad ?500 to that gentleman." Today, however, a majority ot the members fundamental principles of our move- ment." Delegates Present The following delegates pres- ent at the convention yesterday: Xo.'of Local. Vofes 2227. Carbondale: R. McLcod...-. 2 4GS1. Wayne: J. "C. H. Davis ___ 1 1CS2, Wayne; Norman McDonald.. 1 W. It. Burrows___ 2 BialrmorG; P. Patterson 105S, Hillcrest; H. G. Bamborough (no 431. Bellevne; G. Christie YFm. Ryan 2334, Michel; M. Estabrook'1...... 2S17, nosedale; J. Schbfleld Gus Gibbon 3993, Drumhelier': y. Harrison 29. Fernie; U.-BillsborouEh ___ 2827, Corbin-; 324U. 294S, M5S, D. Doyle... 11S5. Geo.'Bourne..... J57-J. Lethbrj'dge; .It.-Peaco'cK 574. Lethljridge; J.'.Sloan 13S7. Canmnre; U. Pearson 10S7. N'oidegg: .las. H60, Drumhelter; W. H. Williams R. McDonald and J. A.- Mcliellan, representing Byile local Xo. 1054. with a voting power of three between them, were not present yesterday, but are expected to be at tho convention to- day. W. II. Hopkins, with one vote from Drumhollcr local No. 46S7. haci not arrived yesterdav, but Is expected today. 11 SOOTHE YOUR NERVES Prepared particula rly for men and women whoaresuffercrs from Nervous Disorders, Sold and guaranteed by the better druggists everywhere. UNIVERSITY WEEK FOR FARM YOUNG PEOPLE A unirersily week for farm young j people will he heltl at the University of Alberta uiuler [he direction of Ihe' I department nt extension unit Ihe col-1 lego of agriculture during the week! June Hth to 18th Inclusive. A full six! days' program will lie provided, in-' eluding sucli subjects as spiritual val- ues. agriculture, field days, In geology, botany, etc.. community 1 singing; nlay and recreation, as well as i i visits lo various Industrial plants. I Accommodalion will bi; proviiled tn univcrsily residence for 109 nirls I and 159 hoys, iho rates being from .Sunday evening supper. June to Sunday moruins hrcakfnsl. j ;-liinc 20th. inrlnsive. A rt-glairation j tec of should iirt'oninany all up- i jplicaUons. Jf iho applicant ntlcmls i I'nis will on ihn week's' board. In (lie even! of failure to al- the rogialrution fee will nut In- relunied. Karui voting people tjetween of 10 and inclusive, are in- to atlcnil fp lo the limii of [iccntiiinnil.iiion availnhlo, rooms will iw allotted In or.Icr of applio.i. ticirj, and as the nc'.ominodaiiun is .lirniied. il la important tliat lion In- SIMII. in at tln> earliest possiblo ,'laic-, l-'iill programs will be provided shortly, antl will lie lo all who apply for iljcm. If possilile. ciitivf nliun Ijn se'urf.-il