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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1019 THE LETimiUnOK DAILY HERALD, PAGE NTNB Planned ft Military Barracks at ;fe According to Evidence of tectivc in at Winnipeg d which .W1NMPBQ. Aug. r-clti'rrie'd. auq Winnipeg strike 'Ittder OH If ill for on June 10 last, llul liri had a fully or- band or 3000 to 10W-men reailj to lake up" ornia a I a given signal. A. A. Heaps, labor aldormau or llo clly of Winnipeg, wno It on trial >vith Bray and all oilier labor loaders, bueiv of ILo plan. This v.-as the sworn ovLOcno ol Dclocllvo A. McLaujhliu, ot Itio Northwest Mouiuo'd police. In court hero today. '..IJcLaughlln testlllvd lu yart SB "In the course, ot my conversation vrilh to fldtei) that this was going.lo end in a fight, and when 1 Ihe (act that vi hid no said: 'Ifioii'l'.woiry tbout guns. will'ect them. -Wo ha.TO g'ol 3000 and'4000 rea'dj- and instructed'16 -litf In' curtain places vbon thtf alarm Bounded, irtcy will 'the "cttJEe are to carry tbo "Sp11 LSIInto barracks, Huraiuelves mllllla intn-until they eel InsMa llie of Ifles, tam''iheM oolite real and selza the clothes man assie'n'sd follow and of several of I aSor In the same couvcrsatton, McLaugtv lln Dray iald tint tbe ra were fully Informed through tbelr of what was going on In the ranks of the opposition. Brty had heard Iha't a raid was to te made on aliens In tho north end of and said that he had got a car and girl >vho could "speak their lingo' lo warn the aliens'. Dray was quoted aa saying that "tho way the bohunlu rax lo tbelr homes to get sor lo Eight with, was plain evidence tbal thft pollccr would gel what was coining lo Ihetn.'1- McUiugliUn'i i reports covered var lous meetings of the strikers and tbelr 'committee ejid-dealt. o'xiiausUvely with utterances 4made by '.various leader! 'at st ji rike pr rogressed- Any Tablet-Offered as Aspirin' and Not Stamped With Cross'' is. Not Aspinn at All! in; German r f .Rights U. S. Government There is'not a' penny'of German money.invested in "Bayer'Tablels of Aspirin" nor- will a perman citizen profit .by iis sal J or ever b'e allowed ;lo acquire interest. f? J V t "The-original, r world-famous "Bayer Tablets 'of now made .in Canada; and can be had at your drug- gist's iri handy .packages. Unless you'see ibe "Bayer Cross" on package.and.on tablets you are Reliing Aspirin at all. ,'j... the war, acid imitations were m pill 'various' "other 'containers: But'tHere'fs no substitute for Tablets of Asp.irin" which.have been proved safe by [Millions for Pain, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Rheu-i Colds, Grippe, Joint Pains, Neuritis.; .Proper apd safe directions are iri every "Bayer 'Don't accept-Aspirin in a pill of o[ CipialM.; tn-l? raark frrtUlprtxi In CiDldt) ft Him rjt 'jfsntirtKe- Whllcll Is wvM Vnomi lhal Asplrlfl mtmna Hurr nanundure lo rnMlc Imltall'iiis. (he of Direr wTft be'ltamncd fFlLb Ibflr n-ncTBl Iraili- marl, "Barer Cross." OF CANADA has been created to grade the various) classes of to place the best in the i country at your disposal, through a system; of> Employment -offices from Coasf to Coast.- .V'- V i AND BCSINKS exists to place: you in touch with' Business 'Technical workers.-: THE 'INFORMATION mmi DEPARTMENT OF SOLDIERS' CWL RE-ECTAILMNENf. has a -representative in these 1 offices to' fender .whatever Cervices may be required''in ,the ji.. employment of the; HETURNED SOLDIER Calgary, Edmonton, Lcthbridgk, Medicine Hut, Red Deer, 142 Seventh Avc. E; 10226-lOIst Street Hull Block Quebec Bank BIdg. 17 Ros3 Street Tel. No. M..7809 2451 IMS- 3073 Aye." ncea lU-iiultllcau and Domocrf, c senators on '.he league-ol. aye detinlUly by ifetresldent Ihe gh'cusL'of living It-eblveJ, yecre ary TuoinUy annouuccd loday. The resldont, -Mr. Tumulty Bafii, "is go- og to sivo time to the uesllon ot (he MRh eost or living." Inrney-Cicneril Palmer'e reljort (D be submitted at Llog and the president then plan- Qd lo dtai-uae a free market Cor wheat. (he cabinet officials were in OnfcrcTaCO, the rod oral trade com- mission began a o.f all Urltlsli ws against profiteering. Sonic ot ism regarded it probable Ibat con- rcss would aBketl (o tnacL logls- atlon dealing directly with all phases profiteering. Attorney-General Pa) ner has said that'existing Jaws are flcqualc. i Provincial Govcrnmcnl in Sym- pathy With Course of .Mayor Feed Situation Relieved Our Ow MACLEOD, Aug. 4. Tnc rain con- T.OKIO, Aug. Ucblda. leolared that Japan does col nteod to-clQlm any rights effecting he territorial .sovereignty of China a Shantung. He promises lliaL Ibe Japanese troops will be withdrawn au agreement is conclud- ed wllli China. morciTcr. Lhe oretgn mlnisler's slateinenl adds. Is considering the at rao jOt a gcnoral foreign aclllemenL nstead of a purely Japanese settle- ment, i PARIS. Aug. laborers, one of whom had two revolvers and the other a large fciiite; were arrested to- flny near Ibe rcsidonce of Oltiinenceau hy'deLcctives who said tlielr manner ciciled suspicion. As tliey ft'cre being UXen lo the llce station a Selective said the men 'offered money for Iheir They said lliey had engagCJUDnl th Iricn'ds and relatives-at a cafe thc'street where the premier re- sides. The possession of weapons, Ihey explained by Baying EOIBB one whose name they commhslon- cd them 'Id sell them tor him. Tbe men were held for trial on charges of carrying concealed-weapons and al-; templed bribery. 'r CARRIAGE ANNULLED tinues lo fall, at Ihe time gf w riling, and has been lor some time. On Sun- day afternoon about 4 o'clock a hpavy fall began lasting ball an hour, tben a little hall, and rain continued until 11 p.m. During ihe nlfchL- sev- eral showers (ell. Hiuy completely covering Ihe whole of Southern Al- berta from Nan ton south, and (he MdClcod district In particular. Since tbe rain last week thn fields are show log the green grass, tbe vegetables are growing (a si, and ihc late hasjiew life'. Several have been sov- InsBraiu for feed, and ii IB probable many who were up to the preient time without feed Mill grow at least half enough lo feed Ihclr stock which, with the grass now coin fa p. will re- lieve1 the situation very much. Mr, R. Pearson, the new town en- arrived on Monday and look over ifie duties of superintendent of the Tpalerworks, and electric light de- partment. Ills family arrived -with him and are safely located on 20th Street. Pearson is an English- man, has spent all his life this juslneia, coming to Alberta from Onglarfd nine years ago. lie was en- faged ae municipal engineer (n an Alberla town, and the past five years las been eng-Iacer for tho Caaiaore Joal Co.. at Camnore, Alberta, lie ns pleased wKh, the plant and thJofce It is up to dale and In gond order. Lieut. B. Rj-aii arripetl lierg from .he frgnt" FrJday morning and Is de- lighted to be In Alberia again. He enlisted in the 13th lu 1915 and has spent all Lhe lime since In the army with Ibe exception ot a visit home llie end of 1917. Sergt. Howard ALklns, another Ma- cleod Is homy. After being England and Scotland for some lime he asked to be sent lo France but. he was too young and thus fin iehed up a good service for King and country. The Inyestlgalioji which has been going on (or some lime in municipal affaire has now come to an end by Ihe council engaging a now engineer, and nol rcElgning as the public meet- Ing suggeeled. An appeal was raado io the Dial Lho mayor, employee ol th'at de- nrtmehl be mayor of the own. The reply received says: "While he ia'-In our employ !ie at- tends to our business, a DO' that >5 alt sV anyoQO. II would appear that ai mayor he is working atoug the ines that many o( tbo municipal I lies ufll Ly ashed to .follow, itrlci econ- omy, and it la Deci'ssary for to practice economy, ftnd ilia wliola province will be to take this lino of action." The department refused to Interfere. A great demand (or seed oats for V-Ing (or feed Is reported thla iveeV. Uy towing now they will got (aed later on. when needed. Mud Lake was tho ccene ot a. lively meeting on Friday night when a. meet- ing was held to talk Irrigailon, The school tiouse was filled and it Is re- corded that this meeting at this school was unanimous in favor or ir- rigation for this district. and alter eeveral irom other parts that had already passed on this great subject had spoken, a resolution was mado and unanimously passed thai: "Irrigation for this district la neces- sary, and Hvo all endorse it." A com- mittee was elected to look after the Interests of tbis Important subject, A m-etlng of tbe U. F. A. was held on Saturday when tbo hay question was discussed and a largo commit lee was appointed to take up Ibis matter and report at the next meeting In a weefe. Slock sales for the stockyards was also discussed, and the secretary vas asked to corresiKind with (he railway authorities asking lor a scale lo la erected at the stock yafdE. 3Oc. BANDS OF TURKS TERRORIZE GREEKS SALONIKI. Auff. ol Turks armed'with rifles ot Turkish, forces are terrorizing 'iho Greek populace along Ihe south shore or the' Black Sea and pillaging their properly, ac- cording lo received here today by the Alhens news agency, 'i A Greek attorney'named Hermadisln your' own: and convenient to you. -M 1 We .render.special services by employing laleat' mod Inlormalion about InTeslnieniH, and obtaining EOUI Our fees arc (tied by (be Court 'our system, is The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADHINI8TRATOR. AMIONEE. HEAD OFFICE, FIFTH STRICT LETHBRIDGE., ALBERTA v PHONI 1M1 UCTION EXTRAORDINARY Ko doubt most of you have read the announcement as "of rw.. the bsncfU of those wlio did not, let me SAT. once EwerlrhBi to moTfr.unfl do LI In R mailer ol days. The Is.a ilore on a side street and be- has rented it for sli .months unUl he can gel into on thA iniln street The' present move at jusl this was the vbtlcs came snddon surprise and will enlal) n greal'losa not only at present, tins, to a forced sale, but worse stilt, six monlhg on.'a. Aflc'r-.caferal conslderald HORACEBORER Toil know.Mr. Eirert'and.his style of doing business. He carrlej first always continue to do ao. will, be .reserved, be on sale'aa before the Aucjion, at your'Vwn price (save Conlract-goods) over'wiitch we naVa PRIZES PKEE Illtlo Freezone en thai cptn.-lnslnntlr It slops BOhlnB, Ihcn j'oilflld ihe'corn off wllh Iho (Ingors. Tnilj-! No Try FrCczonet Your dnigclsl sells a liny bolllo for n fdw ccrls, nutflo- lent lo rid ynnr, feel'of-over? rnni, sod.corn, br corn the (M3. callnsca, wllhout one nartlcln of of Irrllnllon. Free- joiin Is (ho dftecreiy of d.nnled clniiall .For your conycnionce open in and riMVovm'trU1'- I i- for prlyalp Bajii Aucllon Price. ,Thls> lo r.'< nbl aliehd Ihe In Iho Ihe tM'V.W.- al h'ours.oM.-So'aiid p.m. L'.'I irdfty when Sale Staffs at on Thursday, Aug. 7th EWERT ;