Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLU11K XIL i. ALBWtTA. MONDAY, OCTOBliH 2U, 1919 NUMBER 2 DRAYTON AND KING ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION If Strike Called Hy Inlcrmilional On Nov. Isl, Alberta Miners May Secede' "WOULD FORM CANADIAN MINERS' ASSOCIATION While u has uesu brought to live knowledge of llic IlcruH Hie Coalhurst union of miners has CL-lVed the order from lliy Inler- iiiUjoiial, H la pretty well curtain thai no such has received Uy the loczl union, Xo. 57-J: Ai any rate, ihis v.-as ihc uji to last HifiM. In ihc local union (here was nothing known nl the tarnation lo Ihc Coal] m union t-j lilffhl. The iiilonnalSon oblained hy Ihc HcralJ was Saturday after- j noon." The HTi-on. No. Is the sec- ond largest IJ Hie dislric! after tlic Kern jo unlan, nnil 7 lite Coalliursi In- limaiirti ii as staled It is singular thru Ihc un-on here in its imnDrlance j has nl50 received llic same. "Mean Cleavage I _lri lo anything of the pros-] 'pcct of "a strike oir November 1st, the I Herald lias huen creditably informed' Election Returns Will Be Bulletined By Herald Tonight Local interest in (he result v of today's election and referen- dum in, Ontario Is high, tho en- v certainty of the result living to llic mlicd-up character of Ihe eleclion adding greatly to the v Interest. ID order lo supply I lie people of ihc city and district v with i Uc> earliest and most, ac- v curate returns possible, ttie Herald has arranged for Ihe v complete bulletin service being 0 supplied by the Canadian Press over Its leased wires. The v I urns will commence arriving v about 3.ilQ, ns thc> Ontario polls clone at 5 o'clock. City returns v will he received first. These v ivill be followed later by the CDunt-y polls: Tht Vuiuor Inw referendum ruttirus will be ro- 5- reived simultaneously with those from llic clcclioii.