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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, 1920 THE? LEtnBTRTDGE jVAITiY PAGE THREE There Is No Salesman So Quick and So Sure as a Herald Want AA-He Is Efficient and Works for a Very Small Wage-Phone 337-Payable in Advance FOR SALE (Agricultural) (Tvhtn, Keplying -Mention The HeraltlJ KOE Belt Power Hay Press, 17x22; alEO I, II. C. 16il8 horse power frees. Apply Bell, Klrkhaiu Block. 351 LABOR MEMBER SAYS O.B.U. IS OPEN SHOP MOVEMENT HAMS FOH SALE About 30 head ol rams for sale at reasonable prices, Shropshire, Oxford and some crossbreds. Apply Dominion Experimental. Leth- brldge. t TOIt head of pure bred 1 Shorthorn bulls, ago from S to 1C monihs. These are an elocutionally fine lot of calves and will, be priced to move them quickly: Will consider half (Iiue. All registered. .Write Chlnvale'Ranch. Foremost, Alia.'; 407 AlV.v, Ross nf Calgary. Says it isl American To a' Most Disruptive Influence Miners Agreement HAY We can supply your wants. Wire or write- for prices. WESTERN FUEL PRODUCE CO., Limited Mclntyro Blk Winnipeg, Man. Tour Western Canada RAMS FOR S ALE.. Flire bred-Lincoln Rams, 20' Head, cheap. AMOS Woolford. Phone' Cardston R-10S. -278-20 The Calgary Trades and Labor Council has refused U finance the election campaign; of labor candidates for the oily council. Aid Broatch was also severely criticized. Threu specific reasons-for piposiug any financial .support to Aid. Broatch i were1 cited by Alex. Ross. In'the first' place, said Mr. Ross, the, alderman broke faith v.lth the partv in an- nouncing himself as a candidate for office, before the matter had been eon-' sldcred by the party, In the second place he had signed the round robin In favor of .Aid. .Adams, who was a nominee of.the citizens' committee last year. The'third and jnpst important reason.was that Mr. Broatch was a member of the O. B. U., an organiza- tion, a disrupting Influence on the trades unlou movement of the province. .Effect of the 0. B. U. "Some'peoplemay be partial to 3i Bruco Walker, of the Dept. of Immigration, JlaB arranged for a said Mr. "but as I fee it, this! ve shall be so lized that it will be 'difficult to fight. Inevitably in the near future an effort! j will bo made to reduce wages. Wo" 'shall have unemployment and depres- 'slon: The prico'of-commodities is j coining it will nnl be.long before' the fall'will be reflected in re- tail prices. I can see that a determined effort to reduce wages will come, and as a result of the. disruptive Influence of the O.D.U. wo shall be less potent to meet this real we are to submit or'not. SENATOR SHATFORO President of the British Columbia -f Life Assurance Company, who died suddenly following a paralytic stroke. 14 years a member ot the Columbia legislature. NEIGHBORVIEW DISTRICT SCENE OF HAPPY EVENT (From Our Own Correspondent) Nov. Tcry: en 'joyable event'took place'at 'tlio homo ot Mr.- and Mrs. Wesley Lano nf the NeighborvieV district .last Wodnes November. 10, when'.their eldest Jessie Sophia was united in marriage to 3Ir.-Abiaham of Suggests Mark Spencer, Next Cardston Mayor REAP BY THOUSANDS "In the'industrial side of our movement is more important.than the political, and Aid. Broatch's Influ- ence as a labor agitator has done more to hinder organized anything else. To me the O. B. U. is nothing .else- but an open shop move- ment." Mr. Iloss recalled the Medicine Hat (From Our Own Correspondent) OARDSTON, Nov. Brif- liam H. Lamb arid three children have gone to Utah for the winter. Mayor. Pitcher and family pany with J. J. Mardsdeu are leaving shortly for California' for the winter. They will go overland by auto. Martin Wqolf, .M.P.P., made a bust- on govern- cohventlon, before the la- ness' trip to bor split, 'when Joseph Knight and a j nlent matters. miner delegate said that IheU.M.W.' J- p- Gordon, ftrmerly of Moun- of A. were 90'per cent, organized, and tf'n Viow, has. returned to Ills Iiomo that every effort should be made to compel, the remaining 10 per. cent, to come into the union. ''Since that said 'the' speaker, "Ihe O.B.TJ. has. come out and made an: attack on the ch'eckoff system established in in Utah" alter spending some three months in Southern Alberta. Mrs. H. 11. Sloaji and daughter! Mrs. Agnes Nibley, of Portland, Ore- gon, and son, .William, of Logan, returned home Monday morn- trlct IS, an the closed shop, ins after having atteurted the funeral iunder which the employe agrees (0 of their husband, anu father, who was Burdett. The ceremony .vas perform- ed by. J.-D. Taylor, of Foremost In-ttie presence ot a number of friends and relatives. After the eeromony the guests'partook-of d bountiful wedding dinner. Mr. and .Mrs. Brown will re- side near Burdett. Word has come of tho death in Min- nesota of the mother of Messrs. S. L. and P. R. Eltord, of Weslfield, on Sun- day, Octobe_r '31, In the eighty-fourth year of her. age. -7 Mrs. Paul Medhurst' returned on a visit to Lcl.hbrldgo. Mr. John'MarshalT'of Blrdaholm has go'ii'p.-to Lethbridge for the. winter. The Girls' club met at the homo of Mr. and Mrs..A. D. Medkurit last evening. Wesley Elford met with a rather nalnful .accident'last Friday, Novem- ber 5, when the horso he was riding In rounding up his father's cattle, fell and severely sprained and bruised his leg. The weather man seems to havo de- cided to give us some winter. We have a little snow and zero weather which at least remind us of the sea. son. Mrs.-L. C. rfcKinnon left on Wednes- day for a visit In Michigan, CARMANGAY NEWS deduct .union .dues from wages. 'For lhat principle seven we (jks miners' strike J In contending that each individual man had a right to determine 'which organization, he to the U. was in effect establishing a right to belong to no organization nt all. "The.p.B.U. in iny opinion Is a direct negative to Ihe trade union declared the speaker. Mr. Noel, of civic employeesl asked why the U.M.W. of A. was so anxious to enforce the checkoff that .hey had -got to call :govemment .0 help and stated that his own inlpn was 99 per cent, organized nnd lid city's assistance. He did not thlnlf It was necessary for the miners officials to ask tho operators and tho government to help them.' Jlr. Ross said he had not been as-' socialed with (he U.M.W. of A. .offic- ials and did hot know what their views wcfe, but that the U. 51, W. of A. did not appeal to the government. The United Mine Workers hud appeal- ed during tho war for the appointment of a director of coal operations, and ihe.director when appointed by order n given 'certain powers. When the old agreement expired ap- peal was accordingly made for a .U. M. W. of A. commission to negotiate a new agreement. "My said the that tho agreement the miners got is the best in Western Can- ada. It is valid for two years, and the miners havo no fear of ft wage reduction. Tho U. M. W. of A. enter- ed InloJan agreement with" the opcra- i and Mr. (Carmangay The Curling club held n meeting In the town hall on Thursday v.ighl, when a good percentage of. the members were present.- C. W. Folk occupied tho .chair. Mr. Messlnger, the secre- tary, roported thai the membership had reached W." On a vole being tak- en, R. B. Sriyder was elected to act as Janitor, of tho' his remuneration to by the commillee.' It was strictly to the CaTo (Ionian rules; Mr. Snyrlnr wag chosen as. official referee of iho club. Hose buried in Cardston cemetery, Nov. 3. Christopher Frank of Frankburtr, and Geo. Bpe> :lalty; Satlofled cnatomerg onr aim. Pbons 1903. 616 St South. JOSEPH DAVILtSON, DECORATOR. Eatebllgbed 1909. years' tTperlenca In Exter- ior and Interior Decorating, 067 11lb bl South. Estimates frfi. Kit. )10( Farmers When In ntetf cf any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to your Intqr. tst to try VS. We havo an uptxlate Machtns Shop and employ only first class Satisfaction in price workmanship. Tractor Cylinders regrounfl, >ud fitted with ovcr-slzo pleionj rings. 'NIVEN BROS. 213 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC, 1214 THIRD AVE, SO. CLEANERS AND; PRESSERS THE in French dry cleaning, -JVe are olcJeil cl-ianers in the clly. We nse ,tha genuine French BTalem, which cov. tTery spot and eliminates Injnry to garments; giving hlgS class results. -Special country work. 324 6th Street Sonlh. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. LOO PRBSSINO, Repairing and alterations, well doni 'ai'.reaffonable' prices. cell foi deliver goods. 320 7th. at South.. Phone 1628. OXV-ACETYLENB WBLDmO .W. N. KOTH. V Comer Irt Ava. anil IC'h StrML CHIROPRACTOI18 HYRU5I SMITH and JUNE B. SMITH methods are Nature's own. Free consultation .and Hours: 10-12 and 2-U, and by ap. polntment.- Room 205, Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and GUNSMrlHS GUNSMITHS ft fearreli atnlghtened; gnhi reetbck- gnn work done by gacsmlth. made, locki repaired, trpewrltera, phoBographs, any, llghi oichtoerr npclnd. lawn inpWen D. B. ilscdonald; Indlta Motorcycle Agent Phon.alOS2.Gtt Street opposite Herald otaca. WATER LOCATOR WATER can 'locati water for1 you. :I neyerthaie failed Charges reasonable. T. U.Daylea, 1218 6th Avo. A, South. Phpna'1M Lethbridge. RING WORK DIAMOND lJEWtLURlA SPICILY SE-TTER 33i-s'vsi WATCH REPAIRING UETHBRIDGE OLD COLD a SILVER BOUGHT Association of Army and Navy Veterans in Canada Uthbi-ldfe Unit No. 34 Veterant desirous of joining the above association, cai. ib-