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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE EYE OPENER ram Comprising 35 situated on Baroness directly opposite the C P A safe and profitable and a property that will Shops and Round 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 S tatements Ily Rep rcson t a ti t f Company and Pcesent Status of Strike m Crows From the close of negotiations yafternoon the gen eral manager of the Crows NVs company and the ivationa members the of A the Fernie correspondent of The Daily News secured interviews general manager Lindsey and nntion al board member too to transmit same by wire The interviews appear It be noted that there is an parcnt discrepancy between the state incut nuuie by general manager hey in his interview and the atU tude to him in the telegraphic sum mery of proceedings published yes terday The telegraphic re port suggested that lvul declined to accept Premier as arbitrator of legal inter pretation of article in re chockoff and had in lieu thereof u judge of tlve supreme in turn been rejected uri In ths Interview given hereiinder Undsey says vhat he was agreeable to leaving this point to the primeminister of Ilritish Col It must lc there that the point at issue is not as to who should act asarbitrator in the interpretation of the checkoff clause in the but as to I the question of or a IPHONE 179 when you need a CAB friends to your CARTING ALSO I INext door to J I closed In his interview general LhuJsey said reach tin under Drinnan and The stamfing the way was Uurkcs unreasonableness to con elude that we had lutm open i produced the written record of the Drin nsin and myself Asserting their ac Laurcnson one of the men present at the said thev were and sic rotary of the present at the admitted in the presence of when asked at the miners meeting on September ifwhat had stated as to this were said thar his answer wns thai I was Hiirke to take Shjr mans When I read the ton record over to him ami him if he thonglit tho cleverest v ian could concoct he said ho could lad a copy of that verbatim am there would haws been very little I sure u 1 will speak for him person 1 will say thai his his is too much at stake for it negotiate a long c auso liurko was new to the sit ation and ihc circumstances and 1 anxious he should be fully ud on all which he brought That is what has consumvd nich As leaving the legal iterprelation of in its re vtion to the chockoff i a to his suggest ion to loavo that to the nomino of tho minister of HritLsh T that we had prom ised andmwst have the open simp and that Slverman had written me that all mm hatl in of tho strike bwn forced into that the closed shop had rally accomplished by these those so forced in must be re Burke could not way eithef to tho of thn tpcn shop or the releasing from the closed shop condition complished ly tho that was what he men struck no further progress T ried to get to cede that if Mitchell had properly advised of tho condition of he would not iaxe srnt his telegram of Give nonunion ono week to join onmnizotion and otherwise men should refuse to work with but ho not give Mitchell hah not withstanding his previous utterance thnt Mitchells honor At made the following statement have been negotiating with the general managerof tha Cual company since 31st till to Diluting tiio course of the conferences xve submitted to ho following propositions offered to arbitrate the checkoff by an impartial board to be composed of two ap pointed by the two by the of ami the fifth mcnvber to le selected by those four The men in the to dumn a decision by tn said agreod to cancel all names signed the start nnd all the men to sjgn offered to submit ilv chcckoflf clause to the of tlKpremier Columbia bcision without or that the premier appoint any one man as rxcepting or chof jus tice of That wo would rosunuwork pending a dered by for the life of the propositions rcfusod o formerly president of the Fernie Miners forwards u of a letter addressed by him to the with a that it V published in nilv Tho kltpr follows I To IVrmV AHcr a careful study of tho awUwhiit is following decision of thv invostiyation com mittee and ho rosolulion in y I am not surprised at when I consider tho declarations of moil agninst and I that tho of that assembly hid decidel upon whnt ihoy do with also I consider tho hclpor llvy had in hosirrl whom I defiMtofl in nomination for posi tion hf now 1 inight x j pec ted what I from my un for this But no they make an unqualified statement about violating of of which f defy them to Plauiand to the evidence caused them io come to an nothing Cfin be proved agaiusL me but that I told truth to the public fellow who did not As have secinwl to Ix so in in fair play and stating that 1 hul suffered let mi say that I am humiliatcvl nor but persecirtcI by who are upholding deceit and deception and if you were to stare U1 Miat you you xvould No but you prefer to go with i dwid TisH carj go with lie but it takys a live go against Let me say here hat in justice to myself in the name and I that tho whole prorocdmirs at com tiittcti innde public ami that it he i am particularly anxious to Jhe minority report in he report was published why nor the minority The nriiy of i ho published is that are to I wouiI like io ask why T amaccused rf printipies of tho tlie commrttee who the ivjiort to go a llttie ly taking tht public into by telling thsm principles I ii t principle or an ur irxiustrial Disputes etxvecn employers and employed Now if the Xcw Zealand had boon in force here what woukl avc the procedure In the first place the labor union is a re body and a factor in the ife of that The Miners Union at through rvprtsenta ivft have presenUKl itsdemands to he The would aye refused those Tho Miners Union would a p i bring the matter to the I attention of the Arbitration a composed of one labor rep resentativc ami judge of the su preme This court summoiis Itoth sides for If it is a ttiestion of wages the would ba ftfjuirod to iirwluce the books show them to the but to no jhody The decisionof tri j burial is final and the parties fortwo Work has not ceased for an no no no no idle no families suffering on the prairie for j This is your opportunity Sim mons for some initiative j Yours MODERN PROGKESS occurred lust evening at oclock on the railway trestle cross ing Moose about four mile1 of one of the gang engaged filling ilt vhilc crossing the trestle to go to wards was mot by the j bound freight when he was in con jler of structure and in stepping eft to side on projected beam miss his footing and foil n of JVet into ditch close by Theman after bcng Iwcame in which condrtion he remaine until eariy tliis morning whcn he Ho will likely pull through if complications set I Jho outcome of the episode as quitting of by tho hand jsome stenographer and herhusband roostoa to Southern Minnesota they left Warren the tor her apparently f and after a thev She then wont V where mfct w ton an elderly who dc a fortune in the manufacture surgical fiecton fell in love vlth the pnH ter took her New York hft her in a luxurious COLD IN to oi I confess f am oxtremoly ant this TilR LADY POINTS THE of a Prominent in Buying ADOPT ATI National Board j fair arid openly IV j causo T am convicted thnt no mndd brniy of men could have r j rived at the conclusion they did pass a vote of Cn i nun who had stated openly in tlvir hear ing that not trust oflicers and not cvon his district hoard and had no confVdenco in any but we as unlearnrd and itmorant miners havo to full in and Jxi at his bidding whether ho isright or poor that we nrc nnl in justice to the lowl imion and myself hey ought to liavfi to the the whola evidence taken and tho minority vote and tho rea To Editor of the Herald Users lntor voui comments in the last issue your should jjive AI government for Coal User refers to Ottawa inter qmtc our in ty T that tl every dislrirt fUJomi sion with a determination to oal warmtli TO Cvory o his constituents by he domamls of tho coal min rs wore made known he compulsory nrbilration Vgisra ion of xow Zealand had xvn in orce in this we would hxve ad no strike nnd if that legislation s adopted af tho conving will have no more strikes in any of ind or that who is very foml of and chances oi all entered a small Lombn in Chorea and ordeiod u suit of The result a suit witha doliciito fourh everywhere partlr ularly in a Thj on ly person benefited by tK transact ion was the And his who tells the also points tho Misfits and cheap arc always With excellent chown with the capturctl the fancy of mn a few a would have scofftvl it the idoa of wearing a suit of I clothe made the way one formerly nal One can buy widths in anil North in immense quantities has been iiscnv ercd at 12 miles ly an old prospector nimel Hiighesand a assayists say jlirt shows to The vein is ten miles long and one mile wide arvd is sus ceptible to placer The rtscox erer staked several Many preFnririg rush to new Elderado at r went well for a finally Mrs llcrinn n to have tired of the humdrum existence of and started to sock diversion Pno night liecton occupied a texat e whcre he o the production 6f a COXTKACT Special to iurn were award thc rontract for the bridge over the Saskatchewan Price 390 000 SELKCT one a ndenerietic of the chorus who Hod the vas hta whom supposed was home a Kick there a which bordeml noarer a y oFcra was obdur She refuses to leave the her Disband woukl settle up on an income of 1 a year to e for the present the controversy Ttecton continuing t in the has registrar of Pee Countv Special to j Orand IariJic has selnrtel VollowHead Iass through the IOcky and railway commissioner ajiprovo of RUSH SAW AMONG CHORlS and the Semiroady tailorinff idea is divided into physHpie inlo and again into Southard asks you to see the silken Somilfcady label on the 5n of pockets of and MIRACULOUS Special to most miraculous escape from instand death Rich at She Nursing a Sick A ays Mohr was Dccton s am a fow years ago when she as orking AS a stenographer in a Southern Minnesota She had admirers in plenty finally mar ried ono of a fine young whose salary was a they moycrl to resided for two fhirrc enee thorc bJng marked Ivy exhibition of jealousy on of the is said to have unjustly invoiced a yourg lady of Morrison For MAYING BALED HAY COAL RUSH ;