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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE EYEOPENER Comprising 35 fully situated on Baroness opposite the C A safe and profitable and a property that will Reason for selling Illness in We can Rent it At Once for You Half cash and the balance on very easy For further apply to BOWMAN Statements Hy of Company and Present Status of Strike in Crows Xest closed In his interview Lhidscy said we failed to reach an under iU Brinnan and From At the close of negotiations 01 Tuesday afternoon between the gen eral manager of the Crows Nesi Coal company national board members the of A thoirFernie correspondent of The Daily secured interviews with general manager Lindsey and nation al board member too to transmit same by The interviews It will be there i an tip parent discrepancy lxtwon the state matte by general manager Lind se3r in his interncw and the atti tude to him in the telegraphic sum mery of proceedings published yes terday The telegraphic re port suggested that hud declined to accept Premier as an arbitrator of legal iriter pretation of article in recheckoff had in lieu thereof of thesupreme in turn been rejected un ion In the Interview given hereunder Lindsey says that he was agreeable to leaving this point to thepnmCminister of British Col It must be there that the point at is not to who should act as arbitrator in the clause the question judge made the following statement general numagsr ur industrial u have been negotiating with make an n uv1 Disputes occurred Just evening at seven violating the prlmriplus of the which I defy thorn to and toproduce the evidence causerl them coino to an difficulty stantfing The reai thexray NurkVs unreasonableness to con clude that we had uW open i produced the written record of the nan and myself asserting their one of the men said they were and sec of the at the admitted yestanlay in tho presence of that when asked at the miners on September if what I had state as to this were saii that his answer was that I was to mans When I read the ten record over to him and asked 11 if he thought cleverest Han could concoct he said he could txl a copy of that verbatim J am there would have been very little I am o 1 will speak for him person I will say that his hfc is too much at stake for w tMlHlyfJ Ul IIIO company since Oetober 31st till to day and course of conferences we submitted to hinv following propositions ttiiiuiUSiOH U offered to arbitrate Ihcjnothing can be proved checkofi b3 an impartial board to be composed of two members ap pointed by the Coal two by the of and the fifth The to be selected b men in the zsz four to Wu negotiated a be cause was new to the sit lauon and the circumstances ami 1 he should be fully ud on all points which he brought That is what lias consumed nuch As to leaving the legal of in its re lation to the checkoff I a rced to his suggestion to leave sumc pending a decision by sum of agrecd to all names signed since the start and all the men to sign offered tlv checkoff clause to the arbitration of the premier Columbia for decision without or that the premiernight any one as excepting u judge or chief lice of the wo would resunuwork pending a decsVm dered by such arbitrator for life of the These propositions refused to but that I told the truth public and tomy fellow who rid not As you have seemed le so in terested in mir play and stating that I let me that I am uve rpfuseJ those Union would bv I Theman immediately after n F li P attentionof Arbitration a hat the point at not Us ro who should act as arbitrator 3alion to hc checkoff la interpretation of the checkoff grCOd to Iv5s to leave in the but ns to to tho nomineeof the uestion of an or a ministcr of nsisted that harliKjcn prom PHONE 179 when you need a CAB To go to the sxiiion or brin friends to your CAKTIXG ALSO and must have the shop Jiml that Sherman had written me that ail had in consequence of the strike been forced into jho that the closed shop hadisn really accomplished by these re tnd those KO forced in must be Burke could not sec way oithcf to concede the of the vpcn shop or the releasing us from the closed shop condition formerly president of the KernieMiners forwards copy of a letter addressed by him to lemie wish u that lo published in lailv letter follous To i ho IVrnii I After a rarefill study of the andwhat is following decision of the investigation com mittee and the resolution hamled in by I nm not surprised at decision when f consider the nado by of men against f KlicVt the Uiajority of that decidedupoif what theyintended do xrjth also coiisiflor the helper they had in the national board whom T defeated in nomination for the nosi a drtld iH can go with he si but it a live go against me say here that in justice to in The name f Hirht and I demand that IK whole proceedings at com mit tee btmade public ami that it be 1 am particularly no sen the minority rejort in The report waspublished why not iho The I 41 lI r V I K v oi me publishejl is that to names are signed to t woml like lo ask why I accused rf the principles of the f xviint the comnuttee who the report to go a little bv tnkmcir th public into question oi wages the would be to prodtice the books fin T and Iwcame in condition ho remained until which early tins morning when he regained Ho will likely pull through if complications set IX Special to i the immense quantities has been dUcor ftn T Ot no family an elderly who hud a fortune in the manufacture of surgical Bocton fell in love vtth the riri took her York her in a luxurious went well for a time Iv Becton appoarsto of the humdrum existonc member of aiul rtanted ut to Koek night liwithn occupied a theatre the products Ho hf prairie for coiilid by telinp vhat principles I Was ft real principle an imaginary one I confess f am extremely anx ious a i his jered at 42 miles f jan old prospector namexl Hughes and comic idle Ottawa assayists say dirt shows that on the to The vein is ten milcs tractive I long and one mile wide and is The This your opportunity Sinv to placor Thc mons tor some fTAr j are preparing to rush to new TlHAlOIrV MODERN PROGRESS FJderado at POIXTS THE oi a Prominent in Buying who is very E CONTRACT Special to h hS a sick Then there a which bordered nearer a than opera was obdur by the and ns that was what the men struck no further progress coiikj J T tried to gel to con I might pectod what I received from my mi Mitchell properly ndvised of the condition nf would not sent tolegrnm of Repom j fair avowed ilv causo 1 am convicted that n Mir body of men could have ar rived at the conclusion they tlid pass a vote of confident tn a man who had stated openly in aivir ing thai he could Jrust the officers and exen his district Next door J A REDPATH and had no confidence in but we as innocent Grxe nontmion men week to join nnd otherwise imion men shoiilil refuse io work xvttli hut he give Mitchell that j be at his bidding wither hebright his previous or poor slaves that we 7 To Editor of the Herald near TTsers letter 5 voui own comments in the Inst issuo of your should give bertn irovernnient for Goal User refers toottawa ritl legislature meets for r Hint tiv nwmlc credit that Mitchells honor pnal Board and ignorant miners in in 0 the local union and myself hey ought to have t0 the mooting the whole evifKnre taken and the minority vote and the rea onr ovvn in January iuemler for ovory electoral dislrirl attend session with a determination to oal and wnrmOj to every one his constituents by tho demands of the coal min were made known last compulsory arbitration legisiu ion of NVw Zcnlaml had Jwn in oroe in this we would have ro strike nml if that legislation s adoptefl at the session xve foml of expvrimcnts and chances of all entcivd a small Lombn shop in and ordered u suit of The result was a suit with a feminine touoh everywhere in a loxvnedrod Th2 on ly beneCrted by was the And his who tells the ateo points the moral Misfits and cheap mateinl afe ahvays With excellent chosen with the SemiReady tailoring has captured the fancy of mn who a fexv years wouM have and urn her htLsband wouW settle up I on an income of a venr he angrily refused to do and i there for the present controversy to at the kloa of wearing a suit of tho way one Rich haJ shes One can bny fivo widths in shoes and rKH fitting letter than custom and the Semiready idea is divided into subdivided into and again into Southard asks you 1O KXu silken SemiRendy label on the of pockets of nnd SEirtXT Special to Herald appointed registrar of Countv Grand Tnink has YellowHead Iass through the and expect railway cominissionor approve of SAW WIFK AMONG TTIK in MIRACULOUS Special to nt She WAS Home Nursing A valih Mohr was Becton s few years ago whn sho as working as a stenographer in o Southern Minnesota She had admirers in plentyard finallymar rird one of them a fine young fellow pa Ianxvas a Then they movod to where hey residwl for two hMr re sidence there bJng marinvl bv hibttion of jealousy onthe of xvhich is said o have unjustly involved a yourg lady of RUSH to lorrisoo Diioo For DRAYtNG HAY COAL RUSH ;