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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Page of Live Local News TCbe Iberalb All The Local Ncwi Where You Expect 0 THURSDAY, .N is, uu Plants lu Kducalf Consumers in Its Use and Kakc-Ovens Are .Urged MANITOBA MARKET TO STABILIZE INDUSTRY The ctiormons ocL-asionnd ihrougo slack opal, .and ihe Manitoba inarfcel fur AJbcvla coal, featured the al Iho cnal roninilBSlon at Hit -Thursday morning D. II. r of Ihc North AmeVltkn Collieries, Coalhurst, stated thai the las? in the industry In his mines in slack coal was In. the Ijorbootl ot oO.ftVO ions annually, which at CS cents ncr Ion amounted to UOO. According lo Mr. Crawford, ol The Chinook coal tho loss wan approximately the same. In regard to tbe loss sustained by iho wasto o[ B. T. Fitzelinmons, trade commissioner or mines for the jjrorince. made a practical suggestion that It would pay ilie operators in Al- Jjc-rla lo up plants in Manitoba for Ibe education of consumers m lioivc-r plants lo-lh'c use ol slack. He ineutloneQ that siicU plants would not exceed THOOO to loptal and, al per Lon, this would mean a ercat deal The Officers of l'u: asauiia 111-- following yedr aie: Huuurary president -Hon. Ccorgi Smith minister u' dim-at ion. Cunvcntiun Ilc.sults in Arlion On Miiiimuin IL not. I have Has anyone's bsirrltn I was LO -l. Havo ilia sick anil tin- lu-.-i on i.va> 1 When they nee (ted my hel[ v KvGK SKVliX v v t Hinkkj, Ksc't-ucivc coumiitlre of tf I vario'iF clai follows: there'.' Then wake lhan rlrcani nf above; slan for frpc jical n ml Medii'al I'liui'--; wi being fiy that frolic I: of Infpeclor sen-iirjR home i i Do not let them by teas, replace by 2. aounil. pure, clean t _ "Sometime I'd foundation upon whlrli 1 claim the future of this American u equil tho AlbjerU coal industry could be ImllL up and the rQavket held. Mr. Crawford agreed vtih Mr. Me- N'cdli of the need of experimental MonB in the province for tbe benefit of the coal industry. Too prejudice ;ainsL AlberJa coal in Manitoba had (u bo removed, ami ezperlirieuiM ita- lions in voiild help trie Al- berta coal inditilry. iiercenlaae ot recovery In the Chinook- minei, sivid Mr. Crawford, was soincthlni over Sl> per cant. U Bi- er results would ubLa'n r.ilh co ope rail on am on 5 Ihc coal In preftrence In any j other Alberta coal, nut thai when the i supply shorl the Drumbeller COB! I Old t'ounli-y he build- of today as well ae those who are yet uoboni arc not worlhy of a iilace in ctvlliied society. 5tli. I in favor of the OfTlclil Salary Schedule of Ibe Alberta Teach- "era" Alliance which will bclp Ihe teachers lo crbUtn a higher slanclar-i life r.nd enable them a; all other workers should ho .enabled lu eombat the Cost of Llrlnc. I would also approve, uol a', I bave in mind sevurjl other poiuit wuirh. if elected. I shall 'irinE before ilsi board, bu; Ihe napiirs In this flly are not printed for 1113' special lienefli I feel that I have occupied flclenl space in giving lo thr; jiub what I claim lo lie so I an my candidature is a__ ias I have previously stated. I am n member of the Libor Parly aud lhat Party build Pisiform of Vim- em ezIsttDg. of souic jilan wheniby cojile? wliiuli will big enough the teachers could have one of thetr i Comrade HaTlilns'and myself LO ai profession representing their Inter-! iinon. In concliisJoij. in in.iKiug my apjicul esta on the board as I (eel this vruuld Brcatlr help vho are on ihy Boant to imdcrsland iiiore fully tho re- quirements of the teachers in our would also Hint a I relationahij) between the parents'and j leathers would help to n great extent to l bring out the best [Lai is in the clulJ. If arrarjDementi could be made v.-heio I do 50 not only (be ivorklng nloiie. but to Ihe men of oui i-Jly ivliu are cJcatrous of their rliildrei thft best at iho most reason- i able oar .-thaols c.in pro- I rUe. Tbiinking you fur yonr kindness in pn'ilisliing this I am. Yours sinretely AFAUV K." JOWBTT. ti.uiniiHii of clioii] ouard, lbr> n at tlia (in Tuesday and leek. The dnd Jl is ihi- intention of ibc eier-uiive to makn it one of ihe live of ibc province. Al thi- floss of Ihc la a I-day of ibo tljp of I lie mtul- raum snlary uf tcacbcrs in ihc'pio- EnCi: No definite :on iv as (aken and (lie maitcr ralerred to ihe ciecuiive. IL accrued o b.n the poneral ot the con- that bnlh the STandanl of the jrofcssiun and ,lhc Bakuies of ihe pro- 'taelun should lie raised, bul tbe con- vention, n-as practically nnaniinous hat n mini mum oC as suggested iv the alliance was out ot .he riuesllon ai the present ilme. A ;ood many Hie convention argued hat flying the itilnlniiim was Tl tho wrong ciul. All were asrceil Jial ilia luaAiuiuni sliouhl bo ruined so as LO create a future in the pro- fession, stabilizing it aud an incentive for tbe best men yr.d ivomeu, lo enter the profession aud slay in it. The ruir-l delegates narticnhirly COQ-J llui :iny JcrpiElaligii filing Uie 1 salaries of leacbcrs was Ihe nature of class legislation. All were l the main work to lie iloue by cbcj associsJiou or by any forward move- i mem ulonp cdiu-r.tioiial lines is in thej nature of a campaign to educate Ihc I liublic that they may espect to pay i more in future fur the education of! tlielr children. A valuable coulrHni- tion lo ihe debate on (his question was mailo by K. Johnson of l.eth- liridge school board. the resolutions were ihoac; fnvorhifi compulsory medical pdn.M-j of Stanley Jlicliy Mountain House; vjl- M. Provoat: conFolidai- IE. A. ('ualdalc; town. Mrs. A. M Forl wjii; seuarara- O. Vtninl. Calgary: cily. J. J. two ulh'.rs ;a larRe. I Jr. of I'Jn- chcr Trcek and It. of Me- dicine Hat. At a ni'X'iing of the '.-xecuiivc held last clpbi tlio of 'a ,-ec- rolarr was JpfL lo the prefiiilenl. who has hopr? nf ludurinfi A. H. Hogg ot iljtois wen: iul'J av'LErj.i las( nigh: r.m! tho four'li be ready for tonight. The balance of ihls week will be de- voted to Bcraich games and xhe In- slructloa of green curlers parucularly. Bub Long received his iniliAllon Jasv night into llio mysteries of thi gamr. J. B. Ilaird and Dr Sands are nrw- comers Tho arc going to play with tho. local Hub this reason and who ha'l ihplr finst laat aermitlmp, a will he coir men coil on Monday iiigut Fti ptips aru urgently to Ret ihfii1 lojeihcr and el 10 the secretary al once. The Ice t? in the best of eh a in." Iba of Lbe membership tn trustees. The firbool tbrouchoui. ihe prorlnce br as- sessed for ihe upkeep the position. 1 fellows: Rural schools In the executive there are tour] schools K'. consolidated schools sianoin? coDimitlecs as follows: IcKls-- tov.-n schools J10 and city schools larioo. Finance, program and The next convention will be held in CaUary the lirft week of February, .921. Tbe program was esteltem. pracli- l instiired Ihe ilelcgaUs wilb tie desire lo inrtkc the organization n live nne which will Deviously grauple ivith the needs of the province iti an edu- cational way from ihr- ol Ihn public. The 'omiailiei- ou const Hut ion brought in tome drastic changes whicb met wllh lUu approval of Hi HAND OVER ARCHIVES I.N.NKSUUUCK. Xov. has begun handing over to Italy the archives of souiheri! Tyrol, in conformiir wltb the treaty requiremcins. The deliveries, cunvoulion. Tlie chief chnuge was it Is announced, began Nov. 5. Felger Tickets Will NOT Be Hy any longer. When the Felgrr Kavming Co.. Ltd, dis- continued delivering milk, tbey made arrangements For us lo redeem their nuts landing tickets. have rcdenuien uj) io The present, hut as anotbfii' firm Is scllini; Kelger Dntry lickels WE NOT REDEEM THEM ANY MORE. Crystal Dairy, Ltd. a month. Ihu leachtr could ei- certain Hide failings in a child consumers being lolil that it tias noi iDg-iIhese ovens. The German govern- .L inenl came to UD ai-rangemenl io have lliese installed for the period ol .three yeafj. they .paying Hie and re cctving the results. At inc enil ol thia jisrlod, FO much was gaiued from il, ibe coal oil era to rs refused io a.lloTV iho coiiliiuiition aud proceeded lo op- erate the by-products themselves. K wa.s-R slianie. "aid >tr. thfti j lirodiictV such as tar. benzlr.o. etc., which ive hxd at prasciit lu import; 1 hould ne in Alberla to so up In Favon Government Control j Mr. Qnfgley in bis evidence submit- led great dlfiicuUy in regard to dlack con) was to maVc firemen it. adrocated jnerhanica': sloping, marine; that Ihe C- P. R- bad tested IL as an eiperim'ent and had found il Mr. Quljley oxprEjssed ItiniseK In favor of control of minfla but not oF iip.tlonaliration. Thtre waa no reason, he said, wliy iho govern- ment should not appoint committees to control the Aafccrt hy Mr. Stirling wLelher Ilia reduction Ireighl rates af- fect, an iropTOToment in (ho COB) in- dustry of tho province, in the Tvay of making tho Manitoba markel avAll- QuTgley replied that, il was not likely thai Ihe C. P. H. would do -would nol lo ship rmply from "Poit-Wil" Thoireducliori of fralgbL ratts ivoulil he agreed (bal there should ne a diffprentlRl batwpcn low bigb grades of coal; this wouM a'tendency to lome of the stock of placV coal. of Coil In reply, to Hie question as to fn Ihc-nrict of coal the sninWf would have offecl o( koej-rinf Uie at Eleady tha'yfrar round. Mr. Qnlglcy fiaJdilhat.he could itoL very well ie% price could-lip Oper- ating RlcRrJIli- in' July mlfhC. oti4blo lo'iiay ila lliaL inonlli Ins lead of losing. Tho work could be inH'le nleady If coal was Jlorctl in cellars. Tho coal could be kept In cellars with careful In'IOlS.-naM Iho Coal- inlntfl hail tin1, largest output, OTcr HiJO.OOD ions. The mines had 1400'lrjD.i dally capacity aud could run 1200 tons. Asked by -Mr. .Stirling If ninnlii (ciifl annually would reduce the prlco of coal lo llic consumur, Mr. cjulglcy said thai llic mines of which lio was mannecr p'orc not selling bul and so ho could nul answer tho 'qucaliop. In further reply to Mr. Stirling, Mr. Qulgloj; al Ihc prcsfnl time lhtro'wore good relations between the mlno officials. ,and ,tho iiien; lharo br'courao rnlnor disputes which iv ore noon settled, Houslnf Accommooatfon lu ilic-mRLtcr of housing Mr,