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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MUPAT, OCTOBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE OPPOSED FORENROLUNGOFiUNIEQiS U map tat atHtet DbjliMM Thwi Oct. S3.-WW. uttrUIwi oa Ute put of labor Mac ia- Llojd art tin of cabinet ultlng .Informally tat MIMO? r the nbralac with a rtov to i a channel fsr a BWeraUjF axanued la cir- clei w'ai (ait a dafinlto opportunity (or riesotlatioea will found before anr aaridnja fcwelopnunl aroae from the threats "of the raftwarmen and transport Yorkers. I In the houn of commons thla after- noon Edward Bhortt, the home Mere- tan', Rare notice pt the preaantatlon of a bill to make, exceptional provision for the 'protection of the community of emergency. '-The contents ot the blU hits cot diYulgca, hot la Interpreted by the prtai'u utaninc that the mea- sure la intended to hear upon the strike titaattotC ..Hall 'Uiilm At a m'MUnrbf the executive ot the "IBoelety ot Locomotlre i and'Firemen today it fit decided ta deciilon on the guae- ttBB..ot; action with tin had buied the government on behalf of Ua oaioc a tow hove previously. Berood thla it la tmpoaalble to aay more at the aotMBt except to note thai the tew of public opinion eoaatry per- fectly caha. There ia tkte polat, that It lie rail- wayman atrlfce nddenly, their action Ulatal aa tier will have giren BO formal aoilne of their intention to work, wtereaa the mlaera have acted throcfhoat ewutltuUonallr. railway strike wu with out notice and waa ae bad a mark atrtken at could W LIVESTOCK DEALER DIES TORONTO, Oct. J. A. Cough- UB of the arm ot Corhett, Hall and This to every boy over if teen years of age, and if you It you will miss the time ot your life. The war dance atarU ai'two o'clock with Warbling Chief Tom Fetterly In full war paint as chief, leadlne throat drill. Following this the wholo afternoon will be'i' round of good time, and at six o'clock the whole' Pow Wow will go on the warpath for sapper. Commodities required: a hun- gry boy and lots to eat, and wo are sure of having both nt the Pow Wow. Alter supper the whole "Pow'Wow. will the Gym where tribe meet tribe In a life and death.' baitlo for the most scalps. After this all the braves will seek nut the swimming pool and haro a competi- tion to see who can wlii the prize for Fo-gle. .provincial, boys' work secre- tary, Petley, local boys' work secre- tary, arid Major Barrow, will bo in Charlie'of the Pow Wow for tomorrow. known livestock deal-1 getting the dirt off Best ers at the Union Stockrsrfs here, d'ed A-_____r suddenly ester Jay, Col'owing a stroke ol paralysis. WILL PAY 7 PER CENT MONTREAL the meet- Ing of the' directors ol the Brompton pear in tomorrow's paper. wai ap-: Parents are asked to .encourage the hots to come, and the boys are warned that if they do.not eoma.they will miss the best time of their sweet >oung lives. If you want to know i any thing more Pulp and here yester-1 about around Y.M.C.A; day, It was decided to plqcc the stock' before tomorrow, but be on hand at ot the company on a seven per cent, tvro o'clock to go on the warpath with dividend feaale. Warbling Chief Tom Chiefs costs of'the action mlnera 'ntlT 'Monday.' The society is an tBportent'ind wealthy section ot the'; Mftwaymm, distinct from the National Union ot Rallvaymen ard Iti decision Is' considered important The calling of the meeting of the Tinners' executive 'tomorrow waa jen- nrally'believed to prestige a poMlble re-cpcnjng of negotiations, with the i EoveiTHnen.1 it Is understood the meeting was called on representations the' house ot'com- -nions representing the miners. Thlgjs the first meeting of the oxe- iutive.since' the: strike and it has leeri "stated repeatedly that' the exe- not meet unless ap jroached bj the government or until there were fresh proposals for con- side ration. Workers Denounce Volunteers LONppN, Ocl Will luiia, secretary of the Trans- XVdrhcrs' ..Union, announced :ln> their with regard to the en- lolmeirt of >oluuteers by the govern raenl, which :Tias. bean ..going, on, that the Iran spurt men "looked upon the enrolment of volunteers, eapcnajlv from the midtUe class and white guards of the community as ot tsbre the use .of troops'' Consequently, continued the an- noimcement, the transport men are considering the granting ,ot permits, in the event of an extension ot the coal strike, by which the appropriate trade anlonS' would pnovTde the! necessary JoO'J for the conimunlty.i Stupe Cannot _ t MifiHffi, nonflca" 'Ion haa been sent to tie Spanish gov. fro'm Tvdndon that "n'ntil fur- .her.or'aers rid.ships will be permitted 0 coal at English ports unless engag- ed In icdlspensiblQ trades.' v Will Hull Belgium BRUSSELS, Get suspen- sion of the ciDort of British coal will be felt here first in the shipping and gas industries, which use large quan- tities of British coal.' But'no serious difficulty is, expected before. December unless the proposed Belgian miners' strike becomes .effective as local needs uro being, filled by Belgian coal. :it If feared.the Belgian-miners .vtl strike oh November 2 In the Mont, mines. Two thousand men In the Chartorol mines a'nlck jfeivciuay as protest against a tax on their press Comment lONDON, Oct. As- sociated mornlntfi press comment nnttes in pointing out the iangerons element ot a menace now Introduced by the railway and trans' port workers threatening to cease Rork unless-direct negotiations be- tween the government and miners are forthwith introduced; "It Is not merer' y an embarrassment to cne party but a both declared the premier j n the houss, yesterday. Everybody I icknowledges that the coal .trouble Iras Its unhappy course without the nlitntest exhibition if exasperation.'or threats. Now dras- .lo Interference from'outside bodies inwever powerful, might easily induce1 ;bc government to stiffen its attitude In the belief'that It wonld have the public wholly behind it However, the premier's statement In the commons though' It left 1 gleam of hope and the remark a of he railway, leader, Mr. Thomas, who I Mlowed Urn, were certainly nothing like as bald nftlmatum he Snow-white fleecy blankets, Its easy to keep them that way. It's the best way, too.because pure, clean bbokets wear longer. It just means uio{ pirot, inrcit, all Sunlight Soap It waakas withovt or wreaotibl ike ctotbei. It't wonderfil tiTtr M wtll u alMBea MTW. font