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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD ,�ATUBDAY. SEPteMBEri 7,1918 _I_:_:_^_ ELIAS ROGERS SAYS TJUSMO N THEIR DEMANDS Noted Capitalist, Interviewed at Fernie, Deplores Strike-of the Miners ALBION KIDGE \ _, iFiom Oiir Otrn CorrcsponaeuO Albion Ridge. Sept. 6.-The sympa-tliy of the oojnmunity i? extended to Mr. anrt Mrs. J. T. Gwiliim and family' in their sad anrt siiddeti bereavement of their seventeen, months' old ilaiigh-tor. Gladys JlurieJ. The first symptoms of indisposition was a chin on Friday. ])r. Inltrotc of Diamond City. ��as called on Sunday, init pneumonia had done vapid work and the little one passed away on Sunday. Jlr. Gwiliiia. irho was puttin.s up hity in the Edmonton di.s*rict. arrired home Wednesday, only in time for the funeral.^ the'Melegram sent him, being delayed. Intsrement was made at the Albion Hidge cemetery. Rev. Jlr. Malley of Barons, oifieiatitig. Ailnn Le 'Barre. who was operated on at Gait hospital last Friday for appendicitis, is progressin.c; favorably and expects to be allowed to sit \ip in a few days. J. H. Stewart is in I-ethbridge on bnsiness. He expects to begin throsli-ing in a few days. Threshing will be general by the beginning of next week. FOR BRAVERY �U'ashington. Sept. 7.-Private Thomas J. Gray. Ruthilda. Sask.. is cited for bravery by Gen. Pershing in his communication for Thursday. Why put off your Visit to our Offices? THE longer you put oft having your teeth attended to the greater in the end -will the iexpense and trouble he. "iV^iere yotir teeth are concerned delay is not alone dangerous; It is a positive menace. Tooth decay once staHed is a rapid process, and one decaying tooth quickly spreads i�� disease to the others. Surely yoa can no longer dread a dental operation when we give you our positive assurance backed by tlie testi-,inony of every patient from all our three offices in this province that Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARV OFFICE-ns/ EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. An offer of New Health to nil who are Weak, Anemic, Nervous, Run-down OKLY those -whoM lite is derkened by lll-boalth-only those rrho arc 'Welk, or AnftCRilc, or Nervous or Run-down-can realize -what an offer of new health really meani. Robust. vlBoi-ous health that makes jour whole sysleinTthrill with vitality, is the health you need. Wineamls possesses a^. four-fold power to promote new health. Because Wincarnls is a Tonic, a Restorative, a Blood-maker, and a Nerve-Ivujlder - all combined -in one powerful, health- Wincarnis is- A. combination of Extract at Beef. JSitract of Malt, Iron and Manganese. Glycerophos p h a t e s ot Calcium Potassium and Sodium with a specialty selected wine. A Tonlr. Restorative, Biood-bulld-er and Nerve-food. Prescribed by the Medical profession for Anaemia. OebUit}', Sleeplessness, Brain Tag, Nervousness, Lowered Vitality. La Grippe, Maternlty-weak-r.aaa and Convalescence from any Illness. irivinif preparation. Therefore it promotes new strength, makes new blood, builds ne'^v-ncrve force and new vitality. That Is why so many Doctors have recommended It. And the health that 'Win-carnis promotes is lasting health-not a temporary patciiinic up, but real, new, visorous health that you need. Vf'innarnjs contains the vtrrr elements, of which our bodies are composed, and it has theVe wonderful propertiM In their most assimilative form. Every Insredient of Wincarnla is endorsed and recommended in the daily practice of the members of the medical profession the world over. T>on't suffer nfiedlesaiy. Accept the n"?rr heaUh �SS'incarnis oITcn' you. Svill you try just one bottle? Pri^f'riftcrs; Cflleman ^ Co., Lt'l., Xi'incarttii Works, .Voruti-ft. Biw. Canadir.n 0^C?. ^7 Portland Si.. Toronto; Frouk S. Ball, Reiidfnl VirectoT. Sates Agfnts ior the Dominions Ralph 7, Par, som & Co., Fay BviHir.g, Toronto. � Obtainable from the Following brug Staret: J, D, HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD, FRANK MEDLEY DRUG COMPANY. i>picial to tliollpiatd) Keruie. Sept. o".-Mr. Eliaa Rogers, who has been malving a tour of the west, whore he hits large mining and other itJter(?iit3. nrl'lVert' in Fernie on Wednesday, the day of the biimii in Number One Hast .Mine at Coal Oi-eek. Mr. RoKex-s" appearance here just at the juncture of the strilte of the Tin-era over the single shift dispute_has no connection with that situation, and the butnp In Xuinber One Bast was not the primary, cause ot the strike, as such action had been decided upon by the luinei's iiere and at Michel, before the bump bumped. Jlr. Rogers pointed out to tlie press represeruative that there' nre_^ nine mines operated by his conipan.v; anrt the bump ofthe-'ttii in one of them could not be attributed to the gas cluestion upon Avhich the miners based their claims for a-single shift. He also drew attention tp the fact that the bump happened during the morn-ing shift, while,the contention of the miners wis that, the explosions happen .generally during the night shift. Mr. Rogers gratited a half hour to the reporter in>Vhich the general situation relating to the present controversy was discussed. He did not agree with the contentions of the minors in these two camps regarding the efficacy ot the single shift system as a preventive of danger from gas accumulation, and is opposed to its adoption at this- juncture, when increased coal production is so necessary in supplying the industrial needs which go so far towardj keeping up the efficiency of the "tremendous fighting machine w'liich is being maintained by the allied nations in their supreme effort to defeat the German ambition to rule the world. Mr. Rogers could give your representative no information as to the probable action of the government regarding the present state of affairs, but made it clear that his company felt that the miners were not acting wisely, even when considering their own int^ests when they deliberately stopped the production of such a necessary commodity as coal, and*while i-e-gretting the action taken, expressed himself as being prepared to take the consetjuences. whatever they migiit be. Government Taking It Up. The matter was being taken up by th'e government "and it would have to take its course under the- machinery instituted by the government for the control and regulation of the production of coal. -He spoke in complimentary terms of Commissionev .�Armstrong, with whom he was personally acquainted, but the influences which exerted themselves in such / cases, made it at times, difficult for/those in Authority to completely control what they were supposed to guide and direct; and. these'things made it difficult to forecast what action would result froni the present situation. A guarded query as to the possibility of .Manager Wilson sevev.iug his Cffnnection with the Ci-ows Nest Company, brought from Mr. Rogers a most eulogistic estimation of .Mr.- Wilson and the work he had accomplished in this field. He knew that the manager had been offered glittering opportunities, if he would consent to take positions with other concerns, but be had not co^idered any of them seriously, and never, with the consent of .Mr; flogers, would tjae management of the Crows N'est Company be changed. Mr. Wilson was well acquainted with the coal mining industry, having grown up in the raining business, and he.,was familiar with all the leading coal producing districts, especially ^^th the U'ilkes-Barre and Pittsburg districts, where the conditions vere similar to those obtaining in this field. Under Mr. Wilson's management, the mines here were being brought under .su.eli conditions as to eliminate danger, as far as human care and forethought could go. Tfie project of working under a single shift system, would fake time to prepare for such a change and at the .same time keep the production of tonnage not anywhere near normal. Vast improvements had been effected under Mr. Wilson's directions and tills policy would be continued with the object ot mutually benefiting both miner and company. Says It Is Agitation. .^s to the attitude of the miners here, he thought that most of the discontent WAS the result of agitation not warranted by the situation. Ife thought that tiie district officials and most of the conservative element amongst the miners were disposed to act with reason, but there seemed to be an element which was gifted with the faculty of talking wildly, and it was this faction rather than the sober second thought of moderate men that was responsible for the single shift contention,-regardless of consequences which jnight throw many men out of employment and reduce mine production at a critical time when Increased production was needed. ..Mr. Rogers will be leaving this evening, and as Manager Wilson has not returned from the Coast, where he had 'gone-v^before the arrival pf .M)'. Rogers, there does not -seem much prospect of an immediate settlement of ihe differences which have resulted in the stoppage of work here and at' Michel, unless some decisive acticn is taken by the govarnment to have the mines starfetl at producing coal pending the final .settlement of the single shift controversy. By-Products. Prom the immediate .situation, the jconversation drifted to the possibil-itiBs of ilie establishment of by-pro-duet ovens hera iwd at .Michel. .Mr. FEATURE AT FRKNK t tABOR DAY , (From Our Own Corra'^pondent) EJlaiririore, Sept, 6.-Vliss Mnggie Kemp, ithe assistant at the post office arrived hoine this morning. She was visiting in Calgary during the last *est Canadian Collieries. Mr. Wm. Chappell, Jr., of Blairmore, won several excellent prizes at Bellevue for hfs exhibit of his garden produce. A lutge crowd -svas at Ilillcrest Labor Day. The programme went through in splendid time. The most noted contest was that of the tug of war. The longest struggle was between the Russians and the N'ova Scotians. That was a 15 minute pull, finally the Russians won. The Italians won the Tug of War prize. The Red Cross netted over ?40� on Labor Day at Hillcrestr" '' ev-.enlng. A good crowd ^leut a really delightful evening. | Mr.,and iMrs. F. W. Brown motored to Lethbridge on Thursday. The Misses Fpster have gone to Medicine Hat to resume their studies in Con'vent. , Mr. and .Mrs. Hinds antl daughter. Helen, in compttny with Miss Pashack motored to Medicine Hat last weekend. Miss Helen resuming her stutlies in the Convent. The regxilar monthly meeting ot the United W. ,M. S. will be held in the church parlors at 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon. September 13th. All those interested in missions are cordially invited to attend. The Ladies' Altar Society ot St. Michael's church, was delightfully entertained at the home ot Mrs.^ John Lee on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Bedell left on Tliursday by motor to visit Jfr. Bedell, in Taber. .Airs. Herman Schonert will, be the hostess of the Ladies' Aid of the United church at their regular meeting next Thursday afternoon at her home in the country. Mr. S. G. Jamieson has returned from the coast. Mr. and Mrs. R. Conquergood motored to Medicine Hat on Friday. � The recital given by Miss Wright and her pupils on Monday evening in the -basement of St. Jlichel's church was well attended and thoroughly en-' joyed, each number being especially well rendered. :Mr. and Mrs. J. Darling spent the holiday in Medicine'HuL . ., The �Woman's Auxiliary of Ail Saints church wa.s delightfully .entertained at the home of JlrSj Geo. Ridge-dale on Thursday afternoon. Miss"Bleen Hinds has gone to Medicine Hat'to resume her studies in the Convent. School work was resumed this week and many remarks of appreciation are being heard from the pupils ot their increased educational facilities. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" MASON & RlSCH PIANOS Have a definite established price> representing the greatest ^ piano value possible to give-to pay less is ta risk permanency and satisfac-ti on ---to pay more is to court needless expenditure and waste. - MASON & RlSCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH'^T. S. LETHBRIDGE THe LehnoxToitid Zone > ^. Steel Furnace Two kinds of problems arise In furnace work. Those in relation to the radiation of heat and' those in relation to its..^ proper distribution. Upon the solution ot the former only does the furnace depend, and only then when properly managed, Proper distribution depends on the person who sets the furnace. Do not think you iriust put the cold air register on the opposite side of a room from tHe warm air register. It will work better on the same side or.neai'est the-furnace. This is contrary to the old-time theory, but has been proven by heating engineers to be a fact and we will guarantee best results by the adoption ot this plan. FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Co. 418 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1294 WANT SALE NATIVE WINES STOPPED Toronto. Sept. 7.-The executive committee of the Ontario branch of^ the allianco pa.ssed a resolution today urging upon the government and tlie! board of license commissioners that as a?'soon as po.ssible the sale of native wines be proiiibited, except for purposes permitted under tho Ontario Temperance act. The Patent Medicines act was referred to as unsatisfactory, as there is, it was said, nothing to require a manufacturer to disclose that fiere is any alcohol in his preparation and nothing to prevent hi.s altering the amount ot alcohol contained therem. Rogers slated that he had succeeded in arriving at a verbal agreemeiit v/lth IJnglish capitalists, just before the outbreak of the war, which was to have been reduced to writing and operations begun under its provisions, all of which had to be abandoned until after the great conflict"'was ended. Mr. RoEors thought that, nptwitli-ata;idine the many difficulties to be encountered, that the project would be revived after hostilities had ceased, and that it was one of the jiroba-bilities awaiting consummation. . The Bull River iron ore deposits had been investigated by his company, and their development depended upon the rapidity which^ the development and extension of the iron indttstry would'show as I bought was a question of time alone. -----.... Brighten up before cold weather sets in. Add cheer and beauty to your home by giving it a new background. Have your walls redecorated, the floors and woodwork varnished. ' ' \ We have made a careful and thorougb study ot'harmony In Interior deEbrating. Scores ot Lethbridge discrimlnatfnig citizens engage us each season to beautify their homes. Our experience and knowledge insure satisfaction. , LET U8 ESTIMATE ON YOUR WORK, YOU'LL FIND OUR PRICES UNUSUALLY REASONABLE, WELLINGTON BROS (J SHErttOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS 7TH STREET S,, LETHBRIDGE ( ;