Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL NEWS RE YOU EXPECT I? -II THE LETHERIDGEDAILY HERALD THE pSRAUTS f AGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 13; 1920 LLTHBU1DGJJ. '.ALBERTA, PAGE SEWN LOCAL LABOR BUREAU HAS PROVIDED A LOT OF JOBS Ilecord Krom March to October Revealed By Supt. Longworih Four thousand three hundred and seventeen men were given permanent employment through the .Lethb ridge branch of the provincial government's employment service from March to October, Inclusive. year.. This fact was contained in a statement Is sued-Jtoday '-hy Toomaa Longworth, superintendent of' the Lcthbrldga branch, Sii- hundred and sixty- men shipped into Letbbrldge- daring the same period from other points. 1 The report of operations of the bur- eau Jor the past week shows a grow; ing surplus of labor, although If small. Six men have sought work at' and twenty-one casual. In May, 363 men got permanent work and thirty- five got casual worfc During 'Jane 351 men got 'permanent worfc and twenty-nine got casual labor. Nine- teen women were given Jobs and twenty-four got casual work. V During July' 682 men were given and sfivenly-flvo got casual wort Thirty-two women were given permanent work: and thirty-flyc casual jobs. August' the banner month and the got.perman- ent work numbered The cas- uals wero, torty-sii and the women who'got numberetl thirty-pnOi. Jhirteea- woro; given j cas- ual work. In September men wero perman- ently '-placed :and forty, as casuals. Tivenly-eliht women se'cured perman- ent" jobs'and twenty-three casuals. In MAJOR BARROW AT SUNDAY AFTERNOON permanent jobs the bureau and are still oht of work, j October 685 men got permanent work This wi.-nnf n 1hn icftland-. fortyrlwo, cajuals. Thirty-five prospects" of" any camps in Southern Alberta are remote! The Crows, Nest Is full of men and the lumber camps and are well staffed. :-._ jlrl Lougworth stated that In all the bureaux In the, province, at four o'clock yesterday afternoon there was not a job open. During the jiast week thirty-two men wero given permanent employ- ment and they included farm laborers, threshers, sheep herders, clo'rk. :lab- brerE, motor mechanics, steam7 eer, miners, jail guards, policemen, au'd teamsters. One store clerk is looking for a job and one blacksmith; as a result of applications of tho pa week. Eight casuals got work. Ono looking for work Seven'women .were given temporary work. During.January. was snip- ped In In February Tho Meu'a Meetlug at "the Y. M. C. A. this Suuday will be addressed by Major Barrow. This uieellns will commenco at 5 p. m. sharp aud -will be followed by a- Strangers' Tea, to both, of which a cordial lu- YltetUm Is being Issued to all. .These meetings have always been, popular and with the ad- d'.tlou of a new feature Iu the way of the livtle tea after- wards bid fair to bo consider- ably more so this year. Hamilton Coal CM. Disposes o Interests to Spokane Parties A sale was made yesterday to Spokane parties, clients'of the Cox Land Co., of the mines and- holdings both-east FLOUR DROPS i Ellison Mills report a drop of elghly cents a harrel In the price of flour this week. This makes the wholesale price and Is a drop of forty cents on a hundred pounds to tho retailer. The retail yrlce followed. Land Co., of the mines and lujnt the Hamilton'Coal Co., I 1 and west of tho.river. This property comprises Mr. Franklin Will Assume Charge of the Christian Church at Sunday's Services Pastor Jos. J, Franklyn and his wife, the recently appointed inihiBter'of the .Christian church arrivod-.on- Friday, accompanied by Pastor 0. L. Curtiss, vrho will assist'in the services on Sun- three men came from Calgary and in!