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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Comprising 35 Rooms, fully modern, situated on Baroness Road, directly opposite the C. P. R. Shops and Round House. A safe and profitable investment, and a property that will double in value within a year. Reason for selling: Illness in family We can Rent it At Once for You ! Half cash down, and the balance on very easy terms For further particulars, apply to LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA. CLOSED SHOP closed" shop In his Interview I.indscy Mini; ^*in*i*4iI manager Statement* Heprv*. n t u�n - Company and Men * V ii rreaent we failed to reach un under-\ standing, Mr. liurki*. Mr. Sharp**. ! Mr. Prittimn and my.seii'. The vn.' | difficulty staturmg \\\ the wuv was Status of StnW In l'ro� n J Xt'Ht Pas*. (From Nelson. M r � n"ws � �n the Crow's NVM I he At the close oS nally News Sv'tMintl inter* lews general manugvr I.iinlsey and i at bourd member Hurkv. too however, to transmit same by wuv. The hrterWou's appear heremuhr )t will ho noted Unit there is tin apparent discrepancy 4>**t\vo^n the state incut ma do by general manager I/ad hoy in his interview ana the atti tudo to him in the telegraphic sum- . ..... h�t�*. mary morning port suggested that Mr. l..inK\v ho declined to accept Prcini.r Mdh de tva an> arbitrator of tin? legal inter p retail on of article fl. hi re cluck-oil .and had suggested, in lieu thereof a judge of the supreme court, which. In turn had been rejected hv\he union ofliclals. In the Interview giv n hereunder Mr. Minify wiy* Umt In- r.,w agreeable to Uuuintf '-iii uirJbia. It must 1** usNiumnl, th**iv  fore, that the i\i \ha\u* is nut *A to who KhouWl n**t nrUttru\ )v in the interpretation of tin* rln-ck-ofi clause In tho ogr^uuni, hut as i-> the question of an 4,op**n ' or u +- 7/ 5.--' when you wed a 1 - L" To go to the B'uiion or bring friends to your home. ft DON I �|i;4oor to- Scliwrit/er b Horkc's uiireiiMiiuiMvneKM to con eiuiJe that we ha** h�-en proin.sorni j nai) and my^elt UM^rtin^ lh*�ir accuracy. Mr I^mr.-nson tine uf \\w www prvMMit at I he t iuu\ said they \\vi'�' tonvct t and Mr, U\�i;s, *-cc retiiry of the union, t�*5o |h\-k.*iu �t ih*� time, nduol Usl > esL*rduy in lh�� prt*M'iK*i* oi Mr Hurk'. that w m"i usk*^! tu \he miners' ie.i�tWig on Scpteiulwr JSth, if what i had stated iik to th ^ �i'iv eniT'ct, said thu' l�is nnHver wa^ that J was i*ori>*et Mr- Uurk^ pr-ivrtvd to UvW*� Mi* SU*f jrmn'.s vi�'\v. When I reail the writ  ten record ow-r to hun and n>Kt*d hnn ii be ttiouK'bt Ihe cb*\crvM * .1 Jian >'*mUl oiiicoct that. h�* saul "No, he could not li Mr Mitcieli l.ilil u copy of that verJuitua report. X am SiiO.stied: there Would haw |j*�.mi very lit tic trould"' I atu ^mv * i that. I will speak lor hno iwi-tt-n ally. I wdl haj that his word, Kim honov. is too nnah ax slake tor it--"\Vf tii'^oliattnl a Umi; 11nu* Uj- e�nw Mr. Iliirke was iit-w to the mI uatiot) ami th�' cm'titastanr*.?, mid 1 was anxious he should he tull> . d vi-sed on all points which he hrou^lu up. That is what has i onsiunt) m� much t.nuv As to leaving the l.-^al tntvtptvialn>n c*t avtn*U*r> i�a us v�-Jiition to the check-ulT ord(.*r. I a- greeil to hi� HUffgest ion to l�*ave that to th,� iu>�nme.* of th*� pn ne udniHt ha week io join orjfanl'/.nt^on end pay check-olT, otherwise union men should refuse to work with them, hut In* would not jrive Mr. Mitchell tluU credit notwith^tnnd'nff his previous utterance thai Mr. Mitchell'* hmtov mif* at stake/' National Board M�m)w Bueke made the (ollo^lng stale>n�Mtt. 'Wv huvt! b�vn neifoiijumi; with t he p'uera I uuinager of t he t 'ien*il of two nu�n�N�rs ap -pointed tty the e m'locted by th f�nr to i-' son for this verdict. Hut no; they make an uiupialihed statement about violating titf piMedpkMi of the t'.M-H*. of A , which I defy them lo i'*- ur industrial enterpriws. JMsjmteH 'occurml hist evening at alH>tit s*-von Warren. etween employers and employed ^o'clock on the rndwn.v trestle crosH* ' :� * * miles phut, ami to prod nee the i*vnli�mv* J avc caused tliem to couie to snob an unjust conclusion; unjust, 4h�ca*ise Me ottered lii arbitral*' Un* not hour can K* pii,\�*d aptux nu \o \mx that I told the truth to the public and to my fellow Workman, who dnl not ki.ow As \ou have s.viihvl to Ih� so in-ter.r play and stating that I had sullrivd huniiliatton. let Tho outcome of the episode - cut the tiutttmg of Warren by the hand hud iHHm in ftircc heiv what would cant o( lv.�w. N. A. Nvlsun, %�ne ol ' nome ntenographer and her huahand. Now sir, if tho N'ew Zealand i a Jing Moose t*n*�rk( about four lus'n tho proevdure? In the The mn in the meant due. sume v ork, |�eiiding n oVcih��hi by tu.* *n\d bourd of nrbhration "Second-He ngr�s siibmit ilie 'h.M-k-od cl.mse to the (irbitr�Unin of t la* piemior **( Ih'ti w miki)1 appidnr tat.. one nut ii as art a i rat or e\c *pt iuk a minor, op.-rat  >r. oidyi* or t h �' ui*� i u e oi tie* coiiim �*p- [/oard tteeame unconscious, in mo *i\y that I uin !>oU were to �t*(e til tiiat you know, you would ;�ay so No hut you prefer lo g tt-tcwtl. a doud l*^h caij go with � h.� s: ri*uut, liut tt takeh u li^o �!�� 'o go a^aoist it. 1^'t me say hero IhtniC u hich ei\ri>' attention of tlw Arbitration court, n j this m�>rnhig whi'ii he n*giiineth sides fur hetxring. If It Is a RieNtion ol wages the Co. would !�* erjuired t�> produre the books and show them to tho court, hut to no- no ro*�Miti � wtirk ^ond^^n n do* -.��*� r.-n der�*,l li\ such uchit rat  �r life o( l he uc,r. .'iiH-nt �*Th'-Ne pn�t*usit am�*. Mi i\-ftiS4'd to aci-ept lor lie �( ri-,dtt and truth, I demund ila* who),. pi>or.*i*diuifK at that enm- uouid |>niti^- U> maul,- jhiMic and that it be ' ;iutilish.-d I am particularly ar.xbjiis t ui *-.o� tho initt*o'it> ivpiM't in print the rr�a'.oi"'t� n-port was published; l.-nd--'\ .\it. -toi iho ai>UorU>? The }�(."d- >a*'i> ot ilte r.poit puhb.shcsl is tliat - . io iia at.*-, are tig nod t ii il. I wotli I W M Ihckeii, lorn:erl> presidont oi :,^(. )n u h> *' 1 am uccus�d if the Kernie Miner's union, forward-. � 1 t j.#i4t� oil* (ho priiu4p.'o� of the |*.M. -hat m nist ue to myself in the name j hoears to have tired of the humdrum existent of a memWr of society, ami started wt to week diversion. One night Unton occupied a**>x at theatre party where he wewt :o witness tlie production of a popu'.ir to Work has not ceased for an hour. !nn old prospector named UDghv* and c^>mlc �P of a letter addcossed te> hon\o the I'Vrnie l^it^cr. wiih a ro�tuoO that It he publlshoit in I U  \*At\y Vho toXt.'i iidlovx^ \ To the Ivhior. 1'iiMi.- l^sl^or I An -i a crtvetvd M\id> of the .m seipU'iaos itud what is ndU�w tng .h-docisiou oi i he m\ e^t igat ion coin nut lee and the resolution hnnd'sl l�y tli'.nu. I au\ iwe; Mvvpvs^od at U\,m ileciston when I consider the op " deWanU ions mad.* I \ som.� oi ih,^-mon "agomst me. and I W-\u-\ � Mi t \ the majority of that usseud.U h�d deenk-d upon what the.\ intend.-d io Oo *. nil me, also v hen I considei 'the helper the> had in the national board member, I'uttersou. wlu�m I d.a.Mi.'d in nomination for the p,,*, tion ho now ludds. I might have - s; potted whwt I received from m> nn \\ oi \ i the coimuitt.s' who ou''''-h.'d tii-* v.-port to go a little urthor l,> taking il>  |�ublie into Mi.mi c*otf'iloaee. ti> telling t h �m a hat pvtia iph�s 1 \ tobiti*tl. Was l� K principle or an Imaginary ut'" I oni'.'ss I am extremely atK- uei* nhtoit l his poMil men. no families suffering on priiirie for coal. I long and one mile wide and is �uh* This is yonr opportunity Mr. Sinv cop tilde to placer mine. Tho era houfTe. Mrs. Heeton, howewr, was obdur* te, Hhe refuses to leave the ehor^ j unless her husband wouki settle up-Jonhor an income of 1)0,000 a year. tThii he angrily refused to do. and Hit I IK, 10 (HIXTHACT AWAUOKI). (Social to Herald.) m nifhi-A'. IM' \..v XliOl'T M.W /I.Al.WhS I.KUlS I.\ I i�)\ 0. T. IV SKUU'T PASS. I f^'thticid^o. \i,v. 7, tth>a fair and op.-nly avowed enemies, it-cutis** I am eon  i* ttul Hint wt t'^tt' m:nd. did an J pass a vote of �ont)deiu'e ?u a man j w ho had stated openly in tli'ir hearing that he could not trust the Id Ml ofllcers and \u\t even bis district Vo l'ditfo of die Herald: t I t hoitro! nn�l had no confidence in an. committee, but we as poor, innocent unlearned and hrnorant miners have jto have full condfh^nee in him. and i bo at his bidding whether ho isright *or wrong, fioor slaves that we are and In jmdieo to the local unitm and myself they ought tu havw ^ven to the mooting the whole evidence taken and the minority vote and tho rea- per Sir, -('.ail I'ser's letter n� I >'oui own cv>mments in the last issue of your pu|>cr should give the \l- herln go\erument fujfd for tlnuigtu. Coal I'.ser refers to Ottawa intercession, '|ufh' right. but our t. vn legislature iuivIk in dnnunry end nia,v I sugy -st that the uioujImt for every elect oral district at tend �hat h.'sslon with a det*�rmination to -br>ng nal and warmth to every one of his constituents by legislation. If. hen the demands of the coal mines were made known last March, he compulsory arbitration legislu- ien of New Zealand had Uvn in orce in this province, we would have ,ad no strike and If that legislation s adopted at the coming session we T. !�. OTonnor, M.!*., who is eery hmd of experiments and chances oi all kinds. cnteiiHl a sinaH Londjn Saskatchewan hero. Price �90,00d ilr�d**'r's shop in Chelsea and ordered himself u suit of twee^l. The result was a suit with a delicubt faminine *nuch everywhere i>erceptible-partc- '.dar!.\ in a low-nerkod coat. Throaty tterson boneuted by the transact* ton was the draper. And his wJ � who tells the tale, also points the moral ''Misfits and cheap mate-*al are always uneconomical.*' With excellent materials, chosen with taste, the fteml-Hendy tailoring has captured the fancy of men who a few years, ago, would have scofYcd at lhe Idea of \venr*ng a suit of lioiJies tiwide the way one iorm>rh* j Rich ha*l shoes custom-made. One can terv live widths in shoes and i7o hiy|ev-u!l fitting l�etter than custom made shoes, and the Semi-ready tailoring idea is divided Into physique types, sub-divided into forms, and again into sizes. A. Southard asks you to see the Saskatoon. Nov. fl.-.lohu � urn fo^ itki *rw*nt the controversy  and Sons. Wi�id|*g. were ! Mni' Becton continu,��fi *l>- tho contract for the bridge over the pear in lhe ^onjs. HaUt. Johnson. ex-m.P. has l.een appointed registrar of Peel County. Ont. (Special to Herald,) Oftuwii. Nov. H,-The fSrand Trunk l'�f i*ic has Kflerted Vellow. |i^Ai] Pass through the Uocky Mounu: is. and oxpvet railway commissioner to approve of route. KAW WH'K AMONG THK fMlORC'S OUil.S Your Order* to Husband at Opera, Supposed She Was Home Nursing a Hick Headache. Morrison & Dixon A Prookston. Minn., � e atch says: V.da Mohr was Mrs, 1 avion s nam* a few yc^tnif ago when she �as worktng as a stenographer in u Bouthern Minnesota town. She had silken Semi-Hoady label on the in-(admirers in plenty urd finally mur side of pockets of coats, and overcoats. MlRACl i,OU8 KSCAPE. (Hpeclul lo Herald.-) Alameda, Sask., Nov. 8.-a troufter* |ried ono of them a fine young fellow whose salary was fcTn* a month. Thfm thoy moved to Warren, where they resided far two years. th.*irio-sidenco tbero lalng mArkwl by an exhibition of jealousy on iha p ft For OKAYING BALED HAY COAL most | of the wife, which Is said to have will have no more strikes in any of miraculous oscapo from instand death unjustly involved a yourg lady oi ;