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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta U. Tha Herald's Page of Live Local News i 'PUtbbvtocie. Tfoeralb All The Local New. Where You Exnecl It ocroHKit 11. ALBERTA. uK SKYiiN STRIKE OF GOAL MINERS ON NOVEMBER i IS A POSSIBILITY OTA MINES MM BEIIEO UP P. Ml OF A. CALLS SHE TOENFI Coal circles in Alberla are much concerned over.the likelihood of a slrikc in all the qpiiies of Dislricl No. 18 on November 1st as a result of of the United Mine Workers to take draslic measures their demands for a six hour day and five day week in all the mines within the jurisdiciipn of the union. At the U. M. W. of A. convention in Cleveland some weeks ago this was the wage policy adopted, and along with the determination to secure a 30-hour week was a demand for a big wage increase. Negotiations sare now being carried on in the States to bring about'new wage-agreements, but in view of the big shortage of coal in the U. S. the operators will! not agree a per cent, cut on the number of hours and a deadlock has been reached. In District No. 18, the millers are still working under the old agreement together with the bonuses granted by Coal Comissionei- Armstrong, but should a strike be tailed in the-Stales the Alberla mines would no doubt be tied up in .an effort to prevent Canadian coal going to the Slates to relieve the immediate famine which would result Itjovenimeul at present includes cafcl- ueL of vHli whom iherc will of ]ns aucli tfomciktees of Uilt; house as In .ihe opinion oi par- lliamoiil may lie necessary. High Cost of Books My govcruraent. In accnrdiince vatli election 10 luvcsil- gaie Itio high coy I of echool books with Ibu view -of jieelp.s u-Lcihtr It would be nq ud vantage to Llio 'of tlila common to buy tlio or- dinary school eupplR-s 111 largo lols at wholesale prices. It will further bo lUe duly ot my EOTcnimctiL to pro- mote lib iLUsteil Interests of ihls com tn on u-eallb anil I hope that the Gleo Club and orchestra which, "si come Into exist once miLy be a source ol great pleasure 10 ILoso who filial' listen lo them and an equally prcai pleasure to tl-elr own cu-inNers. Ii Is further the Intention of my govern miml to promote ID everr possible way Ibc atlilfllc Interest of tills com mourvealili by the dulj' authorized Inter schorl games and games played of ou own Any, possible Improve- ments Lliat mleM bo Introduced Ii connection coiiduclins of tuj nnnualvftelil dar and matters rolallui tbercto will also receive serious allci: lluii by my government, In ihe opinion cf social activities ot the school shoul receive all such neccsasry cncourng; ment as lo a reasonable eitont ivi make it possible Cor students of .In school lo eatlsfj- their legitimate' s clal "instincts through social event conducted by themselves wllli Iho a slslance and cooperation of the slaf A Debating League Cup feature of the history of Deadlock Exists PJIII.ADKLPHIA, Fa., OcL cor" conceilu cither of the clemauds of Ihe workers. .The mines affected are conference of btLunilnous coal and in SBSRUIU here conslil- trlnp dcinnads of the miners for a CO per ccnl. Increase lu wages and ;i reductlou of ivjorkins hours, dtsagrccd todoy and adjourn. A Bub-coinmillCG thai haJ beeii con- BidpniiE- Ihe find'ng lhat It could not agree, ropoiled the deadlot-k conditions lo ihe general which began at. BtraUord'liolei berc ycsXorday, nnd re- ported- final adjoui-anic.nl. UhlflEB happens iu il meantime lo.nrcYQiib ll, leaders 01 the j mine rrortcfs say. the strike threutt 'tiled for XoTcinhcr.l will late place. Operators have declared Ihcy carf I I'c-nntylranta, Indi- arked Ly atscnct; cf c r faction; you arc all uienitors nJ togetiier ot the eaoiu tKin caltli your SUCCL-SJ a.s A callii depcuds upon ih'c -jjiitj- o-ojierj.ljon vhlcli will cliar ou Irroepoctlvc of auy party ons havu Lecu ue nd entirely desirable during on coiJlcat.' If you in il ll in overytbluff and (hi> uuri eohh fall lo Ihe ground. facJog xcopllonally Krcal in Ihls firs', ion a.ud L appeal to you. M lo oyally to your supreme duties til ilie cliool. lo an midlviijed ntudvci body ud to a staff sympathetic y'uur aiyJ to asslsi nto iiito cffefi hi may he possible and the u.'icnt x v Honorable meiubc-ra of this Uoubo, tuilenis nod teachers here as-KL-mblcJ Of IhlS tiJlOO] u-eallli, -I prescul my hcarLk-U grttt- ngs and invite Mr. Speufcer 10 BKC Lis chair. Business Done On the rcsolvltig oi Ihu house into commitiee of- tho whole. Hie following business ivas put through: romnieiiceincnt the de- sirability of arniugiuK for Ihe neiguborins town's; inlor-iacli'jul batiis-; social activities. Notice of the formal acldrtss Ju re- ply to ihe speecli frotu Ihe throiie was given. This Tvlll feature then oyening of the on Friday afternoon ocit Cronj Mon- crvor slundard Fsist Time Will lie Simultaneously With Change in (lie Stales I en for y> --vnmlsi and thou n of ten aeru'idi follo-veJ by a duuljle teal Pi oVltK-K. i Tin- Tlojo jlrcal j time lonr-. No Change, in Time Tables 1 There will l.c no new C. P. R. fold- ipsye.l In reward '.o tho rireriiiiff to fitanilari.! uiuf- by the (oiupanv 1110j'e ere no change" in irain ser- vice v.-hat It Is nt Tbe on tjio will roT conform to the cUicV.s t'.iu various Dropped who have uot ailoplcl Jayll-ht saving and to the clocks on the C. P. 11. syi- tctu ivhU'li will uarh the saum time I ;is tlic-sn othfjr ACHES AND PAINS SLOAN'S GETS'EM! lElection of From (he Throne and All y. The Rest bright High ecliool for wlilcli good reason for pride was the on Ecreral occasions ot the cup cm lilomatic of victory In the Alberta HIE Kcliool Deuatjng Mj' seer Inry of stale IE already receivlus co respoiidence io coiincclioD wilb ILe I plans 01 Iho leafiuc for this year and it Is hoped Ly my govtmneiit lhat Ihla coiuinonwenllli mar flud itself pron- crly repreBenled in Ihe prorlnclal schedule for Lhe current academic During ino recent campaign tbo leader of my government set forth plans for tbe cucourageincm. o[ dra- malic activities in this commonwealth ''l ImproFohienLs to tins facilities available Tor Ihe presentation of school playe. It will be the cluly ol liis Louse In tbo present session lo enact au thoriUUvc of Eheschcmc of goTernmunl which is now lo he adopt' ed aud lo tnk'e snch provision ol :i linan'clal chnracter as rear bo neced sary to provide luuiis lo Into cffeci Ihe'politics codorsGd by tliis house. I Honorable me inhere; I Uio Rcsslpn'nOiViboiiig bauguralcd'-wlll-bc Both-well Labor Day Commitiee hftve purchaeed an acre of grouinl of Mayor Urcmcr In order lo mafce the raco track At iwo o'tiLn-k. one lo-.-k .standard; Limi-, aviH'Ja.v, Ottobr-r all cloclca uf the IV l: in irnlti ilispatclicr'a in ;01 EiJLtlons. telograpli offico.-. jarj o Filets, and liouAet, wiili [hn iu posiies- slofi of anil othi-rs will be cljaupej 10 oiie o'c-ltick, or one hour slower. bc-fomns ittcespary in l, ou dial rtaie and at lhat hour tbo Daylight tviviiiK Imv in eUcci ou tlio C- K. >rplem terminate anil tlier tim is that oi pnslernisLiuiliinl It Las LCQII arranged for the lelt grapli dcparjmtnt to send lime at 2.01 o'clock, present 0. R. time, which will be 1-01 o'clock, old stand iml time Cor two iuinuLop, so that (-beck on clocks miiy be taken. Ccnirneuclng at 1 o'clock Iho time will heat for 50 sccoudi. a rest of tun socoiu-ls and at 1.05 o'clock double teal wil! be given. The double beat will be HYLAJSf APPROVES NKtt' YOFLK, Oct. ui Mayor Tlylau of itie rcaoJuHou hist June 2-i by Lhe tourd of aldprnie.V: S Kdniond iff: V'alcru of iho Irlfh York Cily ai tlic c-ily linli. Ibc freedom oi ynnouni-c-il lyday Tbe of Salt the Toirn ol CurJston was heard utforc the appel- late court in Calgary on frlJay. -wiib Chior Justk-e Jfarvey and Justice uiirj McCarthy foriuin? Ihf i Tlie uppcllaiit.-i the (own of Cards were repreieuivu by A- 11. Clarke K.C.. cilanry. the Kr Suit! Ijy C. K. Janiiesoii. ol Ilogp Tin- case of TS the Cily u1 Lctlibri'Jgi- on aiiyoa! come belorc tlic court mi TueFJay. io >rpem ermnae ani iero will lie a mviEiun tn stundarU me. Two o'clock, Iho hour named, i Famous pain and ache Liniment, kept brings gratifying relief. 'case up So dp siiff Joints, liiuie rienrfiiglft, ovcrtaicil inns nttd 4hose from weather lo'bc.a popnhr'In-. in fen social and school liiti of ''bo Higli school innugnrated on Friday wbon [he scliool pnrlianient opened its prelinitnary aes- Elon with Iho naiulnp ot the .speaker and the readhiR ol Uio Epcech from PATTERSON-BELL HAY, AND GRAIN co, Union -Lethbriu'se Offer tons .Unthraehed Oats, fine feed. See sample, grand, con- dition. 252-G Big Thanksgiving Dance WILL BE HELD In the K. of P. Hall On Thanksgiving [vening, Monday, Oct. 13th CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAND. IN ATTENDANCE 51.50. Extra Lady 50c _ ISicy don't ifight lonp the throne. Everythin iiEatnst iho Sloao'sj wUJrflueJprciiiHly Mnlmcnl proiluccs. this olJ family friend handy toT Instant little penetrates akin You lo keep n Ijoltlc hant'ir always. flniggists. Tlirce (Miulorln C'anada'.) prcii TB couaucted bbsorvnncc ot wtlhout niliblnff, leaving or cloRgc-d pores. Sloan's ri im EtJiQnely deconim. TBo speakers, in many cases, slioircd to ndvantaEO, thojigh the among tho youns .wfts oLsen-ablo. Tlyjrc was. a liltlc' Ion much reliance on the written word in Ihe way of manuscript and A of clcan.icsS in delivery. Tliose will no doubt be overcome with practice and wlic-ii agsurance Is gained. A fea- ture of UIQ was Ihe pres- ence of nli lhfc IligTi school gtnff antT of the supcrinLcndcnl. took a live inlercst in U-Schlng the young Idea lo shoot ID Ihosc accom- plisriinculo whleli-'arii rtoclrledly part ot a modern-and tborongb cducntlonal Waller.' was npralnaled speak- er of the new house by Ihe premier, Miss Marjorli} Sherlock, and aeconde'l by Ihe leader at the opposition, John Denoon, ?.inl rtuly cleclcil. The arrival of the in tlpe rorson of Principal Drown, was GLOB CAFE We Serve Ihe Best 35c Meal' in Ihe CilF. Qolck Scryice. flce and French Pasirv. OYSTERS ON SHELL Herring, Soles, Alaika Black The er Fiih Market BlotK Fhom Ht Food. Control Llcsrttt Applied Ftt. UNDERTAKING Leg huge o( loul rtiacha-.-gc. Agony all day; no rest at iifglil. a few drops of the Bcnllo cooling liquid: D.D.D. Irrllalion ami pain gone. Sweel, rerreshluR Bleep .it iilghl. In duo lime, complete, cure, heralded In the usnM ceremonious ;uaranteo D. Illgin-} feshlon, nnd Ihe following; "speech from'the throno" was read: Spicth Frohi the TJircnt ITonorable member.-, of the parlla- of (he school commonwealth cf ho Lctlibrldge Ilfrh school, it 1a wllli ple.tsnrc luat J this firat ipeech from Ihe Ihrone to be heard by my HUch assembly of -slndorilfl and' cnchers of Ihls scliool. With the new which you are now un- lartaklnp wllh such enthusiasm it U my hopo ihal the Kchool mar be enter- upoira iifew cnapler in Us MB Lory i which shall be marked by most relations among the aludonts. between ;lio gluflenta and BlAff, and between .he ochool arfd general public, It ossonti'al that the ordinary ichool work ebould nol allgliled oin DC- count of attention such lerprl.ics as your parl lame nl repre- sents, tut U Is equally eftaentlal thai Iho atudcAls and teachers of thta EchooL-shonld join-hands (o prorldo personal experiance In scl( _ _jl 'nnrt Aiiilahlo tiracllcal training for social Intercourse and tio conduct 6'f In the recent general election? tho lardliial point In Iho platform of the, leader commanding the majority, of Totep that Iho cahlnol Tn Lhl-i commontccalth organized Along Iho lines recommended by tbo rcjKTTl ol. Ihe machinery of (hi goy ernmoitt cornmhiec whlth was prc saittod lo (cc BrlL-'ah pfrllamenl last year. The ;easenllal of lha plan uri ,thal (he cabfnriL Uielf kept small and I s jme'inbera (iro or- peeled to ol fai NOW-- Is' the lime to call U5X about that fire insurance.. DEL.VY MAY MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge Phone Nr 651 HOW ABOUT YOUR Storm Sash aiid Doors Gall 421 Anil vrc compcLeol inan to (juote prlcea rcquirenietita. Stacey Luniber Co., Ltd. PHONE 121 CHAS. BRADBEER, Hanajef E.A.EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank Special Notice NOTICE is iTareby given 'to all parties Contemplat- ing installing hew that-no furtter gas applications will be accepted for this season after 1919, CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. LIGHT, 251-S KNOX CHURCH Thursday, October 16tri At 0.m, LEO, JAN WlWISCHEL LHERNIAVSK r UNDER AUSPICES THE _ 1 Admission plus tax. KNOX CHURCH ,CHOIR Tiftkcls from intmbtrs o( choir. .MACKAY and BELL JOJ 3rif Avtnug 1832 you know the wllcliea r.ro Eoing lo Ulke possession of (oirn nntt Week? Koep'your cyca rnLh'er ihan to conduct Iheac depart- Accorrtlngly my LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Messrs. Hutton and Perkins BEG TO ANNOUNCE THE OPEHINS OF A Sboemaking and Shoe Repair Business aklnr social allcntlon to shoj USD onlr bcst.miitori.iU, and-all work will be done PRACTIC. AL SHOEMAKERS cnlr, asaurinc rcsrfltt, at Eamo charges "as aro bclnB made by hppo'sliortlr lo" be fulfr.cquirred -.vllh i-.ll latest maclifncrr, nnd will Do.eblo la jou best jcrvice in Ono trial will convlnco you that, tills la Iho only placo you got your shoes Micd' rlghi. SouUicrn Alberta, OPEN FOR BUSINESS NOW Nt. FIFTH STREET SOOTH (LATE C.P.H, TELEGRAPH OFFICE) AUCTION SALE Of Stock, Implements and Household Furniture HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM HK. iRWIN OA.VIS. WHO HAS SOLD HIS IRRIGATED FARM AND IS. HETURNNG TO THE SPATES, WILL 3ELt BY PUBLIC. AUCTION AND WITHOUJ RESERVE Al His Fftrm, Northweit Quarter of "Section 36, Tp. 19, W. 4th M., one mile east.of Ready-Made School House and two and seven miles of Coaldale Station, On Monday, Oct. 13th v COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK TVic toUowiig: ecmlpmeiil .and furnlshiiisa ot roomed iiouW; 1 Cocksbull douWc disc flrllL 2 lnUmiUooal illsc ging plow, 14 In., with breaker and stubble bin- tomBi 1 Junior OFOrsliOl slacker; 2'Jenkins bdll rakea; I JIassCj- Harris binder, 8 ft.; 1'Dainc 5 1C; 1 John Osere Iilovr. 12 Tn.; 1 Chatham fanning mill; 1 .narrowcart; Whilu chickens, cream geparntor, Ko. 12; 1 raofo.-- cycle; J pigs; 10 head of mulee, comprising: S'2-rcnr-old, 7'4-ycar- olils, wolgilnfe nbooLv1200, nnd 1 S-seat-old. weighing pnont 1500; 2 4-jc-flr old winning about 1500 often; 2 dry cowa; 2 mllW COW9; 2 sleera; 1 heifcrp; Z geldings weighing 150D Inipoited (JlrdwilalD Stallion, two-rears, rfglsleral; [Standard Brefl PncSng.Md'rc, refflattrcd; anrl many small arllclcj too numerous to- mention. cattle and all smoiinu up to 325.W taan. On LallCncc'. time rsll! be given until Oct. IM.Ii, 19W, on approveJ at S% and o% dlRcounl (or on llnic amounts. PETER LaVALLEY, Adclionier 0, J. McSWAIN, ClerX. Address, c-o Dowsley Lanrf Aaenty, Lithbrltlge, N ;