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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FAME TWELVE HIE LFTHBPODGE DAILY HRRAT D THURSDAY. APRIL 29. 1920 Radicals of Railway Unions Trying to Force General Strike PARIS, April The general federation of labor of France to- day decided to support the rail- waymen's federation by ordering a general strike to begin at mid- night of May. 1. PAWS, April Orders for a gen eral railroad stride Issued by the cutlvc committee of the raiirOju 'ed cratlon on Tuesday calling for a walk- out at midnight Friday, were issued conditionally and will become effec- tive In case the general labor feJera lion gives full support to the move- ment, it Is understood. The strike order may be suspended by subse- quent action by the ewculive.com' mlttse of (he railroad workers' union. Officials oJ the general labor fcdera tton am now discussing the question of jiving support to the railroad men by CEllinc a strike in other trades Seine department concluded wltti a bit of vnconscloas humor: "Do not work im May 1. so that the who will eal must pnxiuce be applied." formatica concerning measurements t.f wind velocity, humidity, terarera- ture and pre-ssuro. ail cf which enter iuto the business of weather forecast- ing. The rocket will be propelled by the explosion of successive charges. For extreme altitudes, secondary rockets, or a racket within a roofcst. may bo, usfd. A special parachute will vre- i vent destnictlou of the. delicate in- struments on ihfc return to the earth. Accuracy in flight. Oixldard be-, iieves, may to obtained through thej use- of photo-sensitive cells, which, j j tbrough influence of ot light, will keep the rocket on its courts. TODAY'S BASEBALL Tribesmen Stage Native Dances While Maori (iirls Per- form Also Hon. Valentine AVinkter Slates That Prospects Good For a Crop Sault Ste. -Marie Flier Regarded Also Nemisis of Zeppelin April has become gene-mi throughout tbc prov- ince and the fanners are working at top Hon. Valentine Winkler. i minister of agriculture, stated today Mr. Wiiikier said, that ihe recent permitted the farm- 1 n. are attempting to make the Itatlon of public utilities. In the past plans for the day have contemplated a mere demonstration by labor. very good crop. There would be plenty of moisture In lite ground this year, he said, b.ecauso of tbe fact itiai the spring thaw had been'slow and most iV the1 water had been absorbed' in- stead of running away. The strike notice was tic impres- to the approval. 01 the general labor sfon jng federation because the executive to a mjtcrial degree, statins mittec of the railroad federation does not wish to risk failure, owing to lack of support from the parent tbarthe conclusion of the seeding per- iod for Manitoba grains was "May 15 for wheat; oats, June 1; barley, June for 1U! "on- 10 to 15, and flax, June Delegates of the railroad men were There was Eljn plenty of time dosclcil with the eieruiive ctimmit- said. tee ot the general re-deration until last night, trying to persuatle or force the latter to support plans. Jloro than diplomatic secrecy j has been maintained as to this con-; ferenco, but ss fur as can be ascer-1 tained. no decision was reached, the i labor federation being opposed in j principle to political strikes. executive committee, of the labor fed-j eratton will see Premier Millerand to-j _________ dav and a meeting of the Cabinet has i besu called to consider the .OTTAWA, .April Canadian which is confused, bul very grave. I of the TliO-.walls of Paris are' War Veterans' Association, pen- with appeals from various organlza-1 sion resoluflun WES before the special lions representing ail shades of opin-1 coininlttcB on pensions this morning.; ion in the ranks ot tabor. Qua appeal j The resolution -.was gone through- bv the united unions of the clause-by clause and discussed with. Col. J. Jlargesqn and Major W. A. Burgess, of the pension hoard. 1 Imperials Ask Hearing OTTAWA April Canadian OTTAWA, -April Basil D. Ilobbs, D.S.O., whose home is in Sault Ste. Marie, has been awarded a prize bounty of ninety pounds sterling for the destruction of a German, submar- ine, the U.C.-5, which was sunk while he in commando; an American seaplane. The announcement of the award was made in the recent list of similar prizes which has been issued by the prize court of the British admiralty The submariuo was carrying K crew of IS men when.she was destroyed, and the award was made on the. basis ot tor each member aboard her. Major Hobbs one of .tie Camv dlans -who became farapus while sen' Ing overseas mth the Ho'ynl' Air Force, and, in addition sub marine Cor which'-this arviuu made, ho is credited with the ileslruc (ion ot others, as well as that of Zeppelin. AT "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Us Beauty. Cronyn, chairman, read j a telegram from i. Willing, of the Im- perial Veterans, "Winnipeg, protesting j against failure of the ccmmitteo to call witnesses on their tehalf. They dcssrvud a hearing "in all justice and to Imperial men." They had several matters to bring before tbe committee whkh the (ireat War Yeler ans' Association recommendations did not cover. J. Xesbltt Wheeler, of Win- presented ihe whole case and tho committee could Judge frcinthyl. llr. Willing may be called when re- eslabHshment is being taken'up by the comroittee. Col. J. W. Jlareeson and Major A. Burgess, of -the pension board, were recalled' in regard to the Great War Veterans' Association pensions resoliltion. A few CPTII.S buys "Daoderine." After an application of "Danderinc" ..you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every nair shows new life, v.-Kor, brightness, more col- or and Former Lifer at Sing: Sing I Host fo 17 of: His Former Comrades OSS1XING, April teen men who serving life teaces in Sing Sing guests la.Et night .at a. dinner in.th residence of Warden Lewis given by William Perry, .who was r leased, today .15. yea of a life term. Perry's sentence tva recently commuted' by Gove-mc Smith after the prisoner's politc-iie while serving in tho vvarden's' lion- had attracted tlie attention of tho.go crnor's secretary, -who .investigate thb case and1 interceded In fiis half. The. prisoners -wholatlended the di ner last night tho road-frcni the ;'prison to the. wa rten's residence unguarded, their "word .of honor" not attempt to escape. ROTORUA, X'ew Zealand, April 29, piclurwque celebration nrranj- ed by tho Maori tribesmen, enemies of the British in tbo Maori war, in. honor of the Prince at Wales, on the shores ot Rotorua I-ake today. Juru- Ished of the strikias features of e IMncs's lour. A thousand native rrloca, clad only in loin-cloths med with spears, performed Tvar.rlnce, with his party, has arr d to return to Auckland tonight in; ead of continuing to Wellington ill. "Work (o Rules" is Decision of is Necessary to Stop lace Important Function in (he Hands of Department of Agriculture policy was neither authorized nor ad- -j i NATIONAL LEAGUE l H. K. I Xew York 0 i 2 llrctoklyu o. 1 U Touey jinrt Snyder; Mitchell un.l Kruescr" AMERICAN LEAGUE IL II. B. Washington 30 l ocated body. by the national executive OTTAWA, April (By Canadian start made today b; lie agricultural committee of the com mons on the bill which seeks to, ilaco the control of all commercial 1 eeding stuffs entirely in the hands jf the federal department of agricul-' lire. Everj' brand o! 'feeding stuffs iffered for sale- is to be registered and sacks are to be plainly marked. J Stringent measures are also taken to j prevent adulteration. There was little opposition at today's session. A. R. McMaster, of Drome, thought the infraction penaUfes were too high, especially for second and subsequent o'tenses, in which case the sky was the limit Hon. Dr. Tolmle, minister of .agri- culture, promised "to amend the pen- alty clauses. LOXDOX, labor devel- opment which may result in a more general stoppage ct work throughout he United Kingdom ou May Day han hat! been considered likely man- tested itself this morning In an an- nouncement that the London council he rallwaymon had decided that beginning Saturday, Its members would work on f. strict to policy. Such a policy. It is; declared by union leaders, would lead .0 a serious railway congestion and even a natldn-wide stoppage of traffic It the movement shall bocoaie gener- al: The smooth running of the railways, Et Is maintained, depends upon initia- tive, and resource of the workers, which, involves the continual breach of some Instructions In meeting con- tingencies which, cannot be contem- plated in the framing o( any set of rules. Action to carry out the "work to thb rules" policy was taken a few days ngb by the Liverpool council. It is now, reported that the decision of the London council will be emulated by the workers in other centers Includ- ing'Manchester, Glasgow and the South Wales district. The Liverpool and London unions declare they wjll maintain their new order until their demand for an ad vanee of one pound weekly is grant- ed.. Tho national headquarters of the stated today that tho. Charles Fetter, :0 years old, was instantly killed by an elevator drop- ping upon Mm from a distance ot four feet In a planulng'inlll at Itepworili. The appointment of Thomas A. Rut- ledge, now employeii In tho Winnipeg jKKlofficc. to Ira Assistant Postmaster at Edmonton is gaielted by the Civil] Service Commission. New York %Johiiso: Ituel. ion and Piclnlch; Qylnu anJ C. P. R. EARNINGS MONTREAL, April raclftc. Railway earnings for the month of March, weie- Expenses' JU.75S.UM9! -Net earn-, tugs an Increase of HIS.- 720.57. Increase In gross BLUE RIBBON TM -_ Blue Ribbon Tea is a welcom e guest in every home. It soon becomes "one of Ihe K TRY IT. y y. BE1ES1EO PAY DAY BARGAINS UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS FOk BRINGING OUT A BIG CROWD OF SHOPPERS for FRI. SAT. IS OFFERED BY THIS STORE. We are offering goods at prices you -cannot get under. In fact lower than manu- facturer's are now asking f6r the sarhe Hries'ih the'East: We have'many'old lines to offer you that are wonderful values.. require right now, don't delay! l: v Mrs. Arthur Likes Pacific Mrs. Artiiur lives in a little town off the beaten path ot travei. Their milk is taken in on a pack horse. She says all supplies are carefully considered, be- cause they cannot afford to go so far for food supplies of doubtful value. They have tried several kinds of canned milk, hut at last de- cided on Pacific as tbc best all- purjose ceased 01- pcrimenting. Pacific Milk Co. Ltd. FACTORIES AT LADNER, B.C. I Invention Which May Shoot to (he Moon and Test Upper Reaches Grain Men From Montreal and Winnipeg to Approach Government: WASHINGTON, April the rocket apparatus designed by j Professor nonert H. Goddard to reach altitudes far above the earth's air en- vclopo and, .as a vague possibility, even to the moon, will be'made late in July at Worcester. Mass., the Na- tional Geographic Society announces. Immediate objects ot the inventor, Ihe announcement said, was "the study of the aurora and of tbo short wave lengths in the spectrum of the sun which are entirely absorbed by- he air." At more moderate altitudes, Prof. Oo'dilard hopes to obtain valuable in- Order Your TREES and SHRUBS -Vow before it Is too late lo get some at tho lowest price Home- Ifrown Nuraerr Stock has ever been sold in Alberta. The Mitchell FRANK KNAPP, Burned Badly, Cutictira Heata "EvcreinccZ can itttisrr.ber, my face, ftnd wma were filled wilti diy, Dimples. They were ccat- tcrcd all over me, and itched terribly at times, and I sciatchedthem, caus- ing them to and get Boie. Sonutlmta they would dry tway and form scales whlsh trained bidly. Then I weed Cutlcuia Soap and Olntrwnt. I rjad used them rwo or three when I felt belter and I waa ntaled one box of CulEcura Olntrcznt torjttbu with the Srap." Mloo Dtrtha Kios, Ruaicil.Majilloha.rcbrosryW, 1919. Uoe Soap Ointment for all (ollit purposes. Sop to cleuiM, Otatoeol to 21 Me. Sold oiltlbcDominlon. Urpllixl.St. P.il WINNIPEG, April Win- nipeg Tribune in part: "Re- moval of restrbtlont on wheat trading so that open trading may' be resumed next autumn is to be urged upon the federal govern- ment and parliament week by representative grain _ men _ from Winnipeg nnd Montreal, ing to reports circulaled a't the Grain Exchange today. Two rep. reientatlves of the local exchange left for Ottawa Tuesday night and wlU be commenc- ed immediately upon their arrival. "If the government decides on an open market, October ..wheat contracts will be quoted on tho Winnipeg exchange." MILBURN'S LAX LIVER PILLS MADE HER WELL When your liver gels sluggish and whole slitters. Your bowels become constipated, iyour head a.ches, your tongue .is coat- od, breath bad, specks float before ills; oyes, you are hare heartburn, vater-brash, pain under tlie right boulder, muddy brown shotted ompleiion, etc. Help tho liver to resume iu propei' unction by removing the bile that Is irculating hi and poisoning he system. Sirs. K. Bainbri.dge, 30 Jlapie Ave> N.S., tnke plea ure in writing you q{ the good 1 re- :eived by using Mllbttrn'a Pills for was BO bad I hail to go to bed and could not sil up. A friend told me about your wonderful medicine, ar.i! two. vials have made rna as well as 1 can bs Laia-Uver Pills are small and easy to lako, do not gripe, weaken or sicken do not leare any bad after- effects. Price 25o a vial at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by Tho T. Mllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, d vertt s emen t. JAPANESE CONSUL ASKS REMOVAL OF RESTRICTION MOTHERS! Look Carefully Into! tfese Bargains ia Piece Goods lor the Week-end Sale WHITE SOFT NAINSOOK 33c 35 Inch soft nainsook for under garments. Worth 45c per yard. Fay Day 50-INCH ALL WOOL CHEVIOT Extra heavy, brown only. Old stock, really worth per yard. Pay Day Bargain, n. OP, per yard............................... PRINTS, WIDE FAST COLQRS Good patterns. Pay Day, per WHITE HUCK TOWELLING 18 inches wide. Fine quality. Worth 42c, Pay Day Price, yard............... A BIG LINE OF DRESS GOODS AT PER YARD Serges, Coverts, and Plaids. A fine as- sortment of colors. 40 to 48 Inches The reg- ular value la double .what we are now ask- i "JQ ing. Special for Pay Day Sale........... WHITE FLANNELETTEr32c 3D Inch Flannetette, good weight, soft finish. Free from ftlliug. Regular 46c. Pay Day, OO- per COHON VOILES 40 inches wide in an assorted lot ot patterns colors. Pay Day Pric'e, per yard Many mothers make the mistake of thinking that whooping cough is not of serious importance, but unfortun- ately this mistake oflen leads to the neglect of this dangerous child's dls- i case. Never neglect whooping cough, for1 it may be followed by some serious VICTORIA, B. C., April crlug an additional protect on behalf of bla compatriots, Mr. Ullka, Japan-1 lung trouble. ose consul at Vancouver, this morning I Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is requested Premier Oliver to remove al- leged discriminating conditions from the policy under whtcli timber S3 are issued In British Columbia. St. Thomas .capitalists will build a large npartmcnl house In order to relieve the housing situation. Charles Dana Oi'json, the artist has purchased the controlling interest irx Now York the comic .weekly. highly recommended by mothers overywhere {or tho relief ot Ihls trou- ble. It will clear Iho clogged-up air jiassafte of the mucous anil phlegm that has collected, antl In tlila way bring on tne ''whoop" which. brings tlie so-mnch-5o'jght-for relief. I Mr.i, Francis Jlnrliitglmm. New Gate. R. C., spring three of my children took the whooping cough and they had it so baJ 1 thought thox would choke, I was getting pretty wor- Women's BFk Cotton Hose Some old stock. Worth today 75c. Pay Day Bargain WOMEN'S SILK HOSIERY SPECIAL A 20 dozen lot to clear of this splendid stock- Fine ribbed top. Made like Holsproof In all colors and aizcu. Worth Pay Day op Sale.Price, pair i'tiO GENT'S RIBBED1 UNDERWEAR Wool yarn slilrts "and drawers, medium 'nr.- heavy weight. Pay Oay Price, per 1 yr Boy's Tweed Suits Russian style, Z la S years. Good 'quality and neatly finished. 1'ay Day ftft O.UU BATH TOWELS Large Terry Bath Towels, heavy quality, half bleached, size 23x42 inches. Worth i nf Pay Day Price, pair................... BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED HOSE Good fast ilyo. Sizes yMra to 10. Per pair Of three pair for J1.25. ried when my dialer wrote me, lolling It. Davy, P.eeve of flic village to try Dr. Wood's Norway Pine orniois, appeared for a. preliminary) Syrup, I sent for some right away, ns on an Information laid against and bcliove me, 1 will never forget how It worked. I will always have it in my house." Tlicro am many Imitallons of Dr, Wood's on IhOj'. market, Get the eral weakened and exhauster! condi- nine when you ask for It. It will pay liirn charging that he did attempt to I'.efraiul. liy means of