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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUWAY, NOVEMBlill 1, HUH TIH: Li-rnumiOGK DAILY FIFTEEN CU.TKL W. 0. ].oo. 0( Ihc DrulherhCHJii llnihvay Truluuiui, iidVed Umiv wlih reference to ibi: iio-iiiou inns- 1'iiiiiKiyt.es would lake hi con- jictUoii i bo -slrlki: of sell to.il rcdiicilwi nJll Le mad? 'm lu nines. dlrot of I Hie rimd railways, rogues I- kitty Hut an order IT issued rL-s-iraimng liie ml I ft (.1.1 ni confiscating coal Ci'iurta. Mr. HurrinKU-u liilso win.-1 ih'.- boiiid ul riihmy .i-.ir.r j nil-fioneis (or I'iUiridn !or .order l'> restrain ironi tonl I-ULI tu [public fool wuiiuraciun-.s and tit jtc r GOVERNMENT WAITS FOR MINERS TO MOVE WASUIVn'ON. Xov. -.-.jn- by the guu'nnrtul lo dr--i! ,be coal unit in rk'W 01 t CAUSE OF ALL 'j hose the ouiftniid rjjias tiic M hit I IC'l -j today. Thc> !n c.- not to ii; 'Our orEanvrvuon Is fully in sympa-j Mine of Iliy u-Hli i he ml HITS tn at Clevolainl, Sopienihor M-.-ure u llvlni; wage and boiler work- Pounded ihe Km alarm by ilr- iui; i-unilliluns, believe lhat 1br> clarinp Ihe war time wage agreement laken by UiC Kovermnenl in or.dcd on NorcDiber 1 coimt'CilciD uiih ihc Injunction issued I KxeculUc officers, charged wih inc will probably tllssulrb industrial cw- of ncgotlallaE a new agreement.; dltlona to a'fnr staler, extent Uiau nrdrrcJ to btami out. for Jlircc :ucittuJzciJ bv iliosr In charge of gov- and If noi gniUtid, loi IEEUU i-raiiitnLil affairs. The railroad broth- ttrikt tor C'rifjods will miners In ciery coal miners ID 2S siales. The hbur. IL honorable itud Lon.-htenl way anil Hie were. i.iry ..fliters of Ibe miners' oreimiuiicm I -A workinn wcclt. (lie VILI-.O-JS fully ibe brotherhood's ihut tlu.1 imiil' i ul 1 c.lid net ihat llu? IK-SI :im-; COIMC lin: ol in rik-j j-Aero rarelylly aiCnj 'vnh j ccmfiJvmbl aiiviu 5 fium ins sliuv. j jl large imuiljc-rd 10 :-i r, ii Y.-J.-- I t0n, wa KIl.MOXTON'. Nov. l KdinoiiEou is (i he Ihp iK-adq-iarn fur Albi-rta's jUirhiL'o gnu lo u: hr.muncc-rnf nf by ISrlp. I'. M. Xn. vlin ihn car. I'lic unit v.-il[ he kuuiMi ;is ilin i'uli flun Hrteiulo and .vill consist of hc-adrnmii'i.i and three will Ite located in KJinoclou. otter two t-o jr-tn to CalKaiy Meut.-lTnl. M.'.V f.fal ivliila 111? ajijoin! ,t vii] bo (illrd Mc-lk-luc' 0., autl Uoti, officers are KJcv t-jn I XVILL HEDUCE PASSENGER SERVICE UOSTOX, Nov. I.- rrelgln twin sorvlcis on Nun- Xea- land, railmnds will be maierinlly re.- tlaceil because of the miners' I'c-rry Held, dlruttor for New and a Increase o( (53 'ccni. I Al scale comnr.tlec meeting 8t i falo and 1'liHaJclvnia, tiilncro nnd j joponilors i3ircBhed oui Uifrir difler-; wUhoul peaceful .rcitlemciu.i uf thu umicru tpniicd that the demands not ar- litlmry. that the CO per cent, wa v as set as n tor iipfioLla- [diistrJCp. alter i '5 ders. l.ui Aii'.cr- XcikUii'jn el l.iibur TV The t-oibl tutided ai tlic IniL1 lie ins lo-' ;i day and railroad aJinlnisrratioii j ivtint forward with Us iiltins lo iutu slcitlirt on liand tti usttntial m-1 tMMt. II. A. Doan anil lo open REST WITH NATURE kngland ol' the railroad aflmlnUtra- rj011- l'ial :i. six-hour Jey uitiml actual! HID supply in UOTJ s-afd toJay that a meeting of the nwnnE'-M nf :.ll m.iil? of this cccllon hail liccti cultud lu ik'terminc tbc nuin- btr of tratns to be taken off eac'h lino. lime the miners were to' vrorX under- The nrincrs insisted on a live-day week, they er.UI, llierc vcro not. four days' work a tlu- yojr round for each miner. They CDBieud- liuulhig each, miner to hve days, tbcrc would br a tnoro-ctiuii- able tlisirtbullOTi of Ihe work. Tlio leaders denied lha.1 it was the beglu- jiilng ot a iiation-vrida-eauipnfjti for a l shorter working -a rising to l a ufii is n iron WANTS GOVERNMENT TO TAKE MINES Xov. U'il-irjn was iirtfeJ in. a resolution Tlio closer you follu-.v il-.? rule's o[ iho more you -h'-l Uu lunger you will even ro lakes her ihc Winter iiK I muiitJia--why noi you? Spend ihls In-! Wlnicr on the racific lake fov IlepreseJiialivo enjoy t-ummoi- jn. times. Hide, ilcimbliran. Dakina, t'-fJf, in the big outdoors. jUEj-eislon of biiumitiuus coal Canadian 1'arifir; Hailvray op- iniiics and ntgotiaie voluniarj- cgrec- "ale throiiEh trains aally LO menlH wlih lha worher.-.-. KO as 10 Vancouver including the fast all-steep- sure uninlerrun'.ed inininc of roal And i iog far train Limticd." Euaraolee Hie intercut? ot Ihe opi-r- Sr-'C Ihc magDidccTit niour.iains in I After failure of [tic Iwo sides Lo Ectlalora and miners flaring lliu yc-rkiJ o- Ulflr Wmlcr garb; ihe open HMS and ilugelhcr, thc strike anlcr was Ihis and more await Secrcinry of labor WEI son. acting I NORTH DAKOTA "L Coast. direction or Ihe MINERS AT WORK (-MI wlmc for mil partJculari net. Iminedialelr called imo confer- FARC30. X. 11. Nov. :onl' "nr of I'acific j ;ence the Tiead of thc nnd oiitr- 'miners in North Dakota did sirllto coiTec-miker which req eusmcm and ncifc y wi chwwc SEAL BRAND rw Bprr.g to eidicup. Pent ontlic XVfwn filumi, Ktve. Ttvid bciKe Eo-ldrlidtnu coffee) cm ever [aling SuiiEequoiitly ilie I lodny. oricrs rc-ti-ivotl hvfon; Ifull scale commiiiees of eaeh were) last nlghi. from Henry Drlr.ma, I I called. In nnd various iiroposala jHistrk-i president of tho Uuik'rt loffL-rctl and rc-jcciciJ. Wnrkur.i, counterman ding inx-vions I TJie final proposal was made by BlriLe orders. President Wilson. H suggeiilcfl nesti JALL KANSAS Illation wllli reservation, .submission MINERS QUIT i jof questions still in ivitii llu-1 ;failure of iiegotintfon to arhiiraifon Hcie is thc place where folks enjoy eating because the food is so excellent, ihc ser- vice so mviling, and the sur- roundings so pleasant. If you arc one ol those individuals uho always lias his handy or whose lotupiinK you're >-j7e U'j enj'jy ;ln- rc.-iliiil aii'l ivc scn'c at real prices. 606 3rd Ave. S. Olives Cho.v Celery Hot Ltltucc SOUP TV la. Hoyalc FISH Salt Mackerel au D Fried HRlibuL Cutlel, Tartar Sau SALAD Tomato Mayornaicc OOILEO Boiled ML Ik Fed Fowi_ wilh Cream ENTREES Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, Sautt Saubise. Breaded Veal Sweet Bread A In VJlle.'oi Valley Apple, Dumpling, with Whipped Cream. ROAST Prime Ribs of Beef, Horseradish Rossi Turkey, Cranberry Jelly. VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes Sugar Corn Butler Cabbage DES3ERT Sponge Pudding, Lemon Cream Minced, Apple, Cream Coceanut :itnr] lo the continued uncrat'cm of the Hn-l scltleincnl. The operators, us sei forth in a lalomenL by Sccrctarj- ac- (Lc offer in ciitirciy. fine-ground gride of St and 3-lb. air-tight TTni. Ai all Rood 4ulcn. Our Cof K Mli" Wriw fci CHASE miners accepted tbc oKcr of negotia- tion mid held I ho olher two for con- sideration later. This, as Cxiilamml f, by Secrtlary abruptly ended Kan.. lioils to miners' Nor. Itc- i showed thai noL a mini.1 in the Kansas coal fields in oppr- allon, miners answering- llu- 1 call. KENTUCKY ALSO ANSWERS THE CALL Ky.. NTOT. tlic Itrst tltne in 10 yeara ny ;i strike of a large uiagiiitiuU-. Kentucky Die conference. today was the grasp oC a n.i- Tlic mincra in the series of con- tion-widc t-lrlke of coal fcrencea, charged lliai the war which went into eltect last mill-' asrceincnl slill_bound thcni lo' lO.OOfj -pJt Hid old'Vrnr'ttme wage scale. Of tlu; stale had Joln'c-'.i It renioted on THC wnnearly loilay, nt'cordwiff lo union oili- liricc of coal and permiltcd ope-jitorr.] yho predicted lhal several tltou- chargo what they pleased. Mriiiinnal men would quli bc- thcy declared, had led jo profiteering. I fore Monday. oriiciuls of An apiioal lo tbc miners by 2J (western dent Wilson and announccmenL hy Tuiinil have- Allornty-Gcncral Palmor thai thii reimatedly riSF.erlod tbal from strike would be considered 20.000 workers vrould answer tlic tailed to bring rescinding of ihc. reports loday strike order. CONFISCATE COAL CONSIGNED TO CANADA TORONTO, Oct. A. Hurrinc Lou, dciiiily tyel Rdniinlstmtbr for On- lario, having hrcn advised Hint United Stales ra'.hvay companies were] OHIO MINES Your Cut oiit calhartica and purgativea. Thsy are Try CARTER'S LITTLE 1JYER PILLS. Purely vegetable. ActgentlyonLhe liver, elimin- ate bile, and soothe the brane of (he bswel. Correct constpatian, bilious- ness, eick headache and indiEtstion. Dose-SmaUPrice DH. CARTER'S WON PIliS, Nature's greal nen-e