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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-KTHflimSr.K- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1917 SLIM OR STOUT Perfect fit 1? Satisfaction obtained by wearing clothes tailored by Commissioners "Endesvoring to 'ispuielOVfr Non- UnionUU (Sr-Klal to tlit HfralJt Fernte. The mines it Coal Creel; are Idle, owing to differ- FURMR EVIDENCE Paris, Ofl. Iho Invpsllgallon of Ibe flolo. Parlia affair. Captain 'BoucWdson yesterday look lha de- position ol Heurl flochello who Is now In prison. RochctleV evidence had (o do wilh Ihe aellvlles ol Dolo before the war. Captain Dourchjdson. who Is ei- amlnlng magistrate for the courlinar- PROFESSIONAL CARDS HOMC REMEDY FOR voinea'i "dkeafei" lad nervous orjcrt. SiccNituI >9r 15 Lit- erature uu request. Mrs. O. Thomai room J. Dominion Blow, bridge, (.hone GUNSMITHS ences wilh tho management over de-1 (jai 0[ questioned Hochelte In tails of the agreement, under, which ,'eslTi to poluts raised u> Caiuli the mines have been working since-1 (jueajn, who stated that Bochettc and the resumption of -work alter the! pacna weie associated In vnrl- April strike. These ml'n'pr grievances ,jus venlures. Among Ibeso hs assert- rouplid vith a demand, made by the I unsuccessful efforts lo create union men that all miners belong to. Venezuela and to collect the union has brought about a tern-; ia enable Clprlano Castro, then jiorary cessation of operation which'.j refuicp lu Europe to become dicta-' l! hoped will be ol very short dun-, of Venezuela again. Thero al- lion- I so a wild Fchcme for cornering the W. L. Parker. V.E., Is west ot 0( rocoa enable HocSctto lo here, is eipected In on the evening supplint Iho principal chocolate manu- train to lake up the nittters In dls- (acturers. imlo under direction of .Commissioner; Henri Rochelte was the center of Armstrong.and Fair Wage Otrtcer swindling scandal In Paris In 150S, Harrison, who left -hwe .Sunday, Is speculations nggrcgating more eipecled on the morning train from He was sentenced Calgary. None of Ihs differences be- (wo. years' Imprisonment In 1910 tween' tbe me'n and the company HnQ- disappeared from France while, Mem to be of sucb magnitude as lo out oa bail In. December, 1912. Ho presage t long negotiation. Some of spent several months In Mexico and them have already been advanced to returned lo Paris early In 10H. In a stage where final sclllemenl can bo February, 1917. ho waa sentenced to expected. There- Is a -difference re- IWQ months' In prison for violation ot garding the working in wet places fnc French recruiting law. clausB and tbe ineinod ot arriving at a minimum wage Is In dispute. The'; difference eilsllns regarding limber.; If ft Ing has been passed upon by Com- .11 Armstrong, who has allow- :U- U- cd a retroactive application regarding this, lo the first of .October, but thn 'men sllll claim that this should be extended back lo Ihe time when wort was resumed otter .the strike. There is also a dispute as to the allowance ot yardage, which has arisen over Afler Ten Days' Inspection War XUmber He Realizes America among the miners Musi themselves over union nnd non-union work lias been brewing for some time, but It Is staled by Ihe officials London, Ocl. a ten days of the union that there arc less than inspection of the, efforts of England a dozen non-nnlon men working in tbe -and France lo make war had altered nearly all workers having nil his views towards the conflict was Jo'ned the organi'atlon excepting .the declaration today of Iteprcscnta- some ot the coke oven men who have I've Clarno B. Miller, of .Minnesota, never belonged to the union. I member of the foreign relations com- miners millee of the house of congress. ill, to that all men working in the mines brlug-'lhe .v.-ar to a successful Issue Is shall be five. or. s! work In the'mine lately so'damagsi as ol armies, and tills makes It all the by Uie explosion. Jluch confidence'iV more evident that America's wealth, expressed-: by the miners in Commls resources and man-power must be sioner. Armstrong, and bis actionils givenlo.il. GUMSVITHS 4 btrrMt tut reitock- td, CUB vork t; a tunsmltk. ieri kKlu repilrti. in; Ufat muhUierl icpiltM, Lawn sowcn D. R McDosild. loiilu tteui. Fboae 101X tU for Full e of Principal 1U1 Informatlnn, ENGINEER H. C, McELYEA, AS30C. A. I. E. E Electrical nnd Contractor, rnakcs'a specialty of wiring country homes ond Inslallfng lighting planls. ConsuUatloos on ell kinds of elec- trical work, 1264.4lb Ave. S. Plionc 1838. 216-0 VATHll can loon vnler Charges reasonable. T. Ix Davles, tfobleford. AUCTIONEER Copenhagen, OcL offi- nut more clearly does (Mfl fecora clals' are reticent .concerning Ihe re- show that with Irrigation Tnuch'.nHTrb cent; American statement In regard Intensive farming U possible, (or.'tne tho embargo policies, Rcsponslblo gra'n crop was harvested from-Iand authorities decline to discuss Ihe sub- which had yielded large crops feet while negollallons In Washington fa If a t ha previous year, whllo. ;the are pending, but ciprcss tho hope lhat root crop was taken from land which the Danish commercial delegates may W. L. WILSON, Farm Sue and Llv: Stock Auctioneer. conducted anywhere in th? firavlbcn. Tcrmi reasonable. Write or phona 1023. Head office at Wllion'i Auction Cilleries, Dominion Block, teth- bridge, Altai? ____jrop was taken from land which the Danish commercial dclcgi had grown wheat the previous year.'' succeed in making some arrange- ments with the United Slalcs. The .newspapern published tho WILL EXPEL THEM Havana, Cuba, Oct. American, statement more.or less fully hul .hare ehown restraint. In dhcuss- Menocal Issued a proclamation last Ing the subject nlghl warning all foreigners who-lnsll- In tho hus.ness world, however, the gate or encourage slrlkcs In Ihe.sugar opinion Is expressed freely that Dcn- 'producfng region! that they will'be mark must and will maintain its ci- consldercd pernicious foreigners aid porl Iradc as long na expelled Immcd'ately from DficORATING WELLINGTON DecoriT OTB. PaperhtngeN asd I'alnltri Kalsomlnlng, General Decoratlm ind Sign The oldest eslabllebed Ir. '.m- offlt- mt, Satrloct UUt, lElECTRICAL JSiJPPLIES1 I.I mlsslnf. The Kalahdln, (i 9, C., had'a cargo t-L (or Imde comalMliier -for. Soulh also 'Australian and 'fiow' LUNCH COUNTER HE ALBERTA LUNCH ROOM AND Grill, 411 Fifth St. S. The only whllo cooks In [own. Also tobacconist and barber shop. Addlsos and Duttt. Pron-i. TelerliOTio 1827. WATER LOCATOR SHOE REPAIRINO SHOE lliona 1717 for yojr. eboe .repafra. Work dent promptly. Orderi called for 'and delivered. Frank Ulln, "11 4U Aven'ie Soulh. SECOND' HANO' STORED NORTH .WARD SECOND HAND Elore. 646 Thirteenth St. M. Fuinl- bougnt and eold. Repalrc eiecuted. F. A. Prop, Talr- phone 11ES. AERATED WATERS PURITY BOrtLINd WOBKS, COR, Fourth Are. and Fonrlh St., Hfgj. ol Adraled WaUra and Cldera. phone ifcl. 1IH. P. 0. lox M9. HENDERSON, REID AND PATER1ON Chirttred Accovntantt Aydita, SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining. Minufaetujmfl, Rtull Accounting. Acadla Third ;