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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1919 Yf AGE F01.T1 fceralb Hlbevta ILY WEEKLY Publlihtni HERM-0 PRINT. '.IMQ COMPANY. LIMITED .-IB ttrMl South, L.lhbrlng. W A. Bucr.anan f ml liar -OR'THE BUSY MAS lllU J.1W w Fans Sav Nasty I'h'mBS Express Men (From Our Owr> armers ,nd their Flro iowos. la the U. S- lasl were "_ Dr Talcolt Willtanw his resigned as Pireclor o[ the School ot Journal- n, Columbia University. 12i4 Audit Bureau of lubacrljllwi RalM' Dk.1t, MliTered, per west dalriered, p" real Drfj br mall, per rro'MB. Xo. A. Sill, A. 0. Slralliy. Toronlo, Queen's Unlverelty, Kintfton. ha: raised -Its one, million dollar endow uient jeaning is evident ,he principle that-a body oul-. _- any particular induslry has tue or sei aside any agree- appiecial made by that Industry- What this means lo the'autonomy ol craft unions the unions themselves can perceive. As it the pfinclples ot the In-'onal are pilled aj.insl the ii of .the One Big Union. It 15 I to a crowd Skeldlng. Macleodr The strike ol elpress thin -the JiiVlly connected.. Mr, Marnoch, ,n as tie director o proved a 1 inslitutlon to.fult.l th Jnnttlorisrfor wEifB such the Letf'de 'iaoa'fd ot Trade be has'given.a dlslin a standing which has be? Recognized not only locally hut in ot "fieldsrThe only Tccompensp, he ha i measure; ot'appreilallo and gratitude lo which he has. prove i'1 eijirftssinB the general trusting '.that-Mr.' MaK a case revoir" and "not "Goodby.e.'' J' r gfeat rmnalheHc alriie means. Wllhoiil .commentuig on the nt phase ot'lhe Irouble, lucldated b'y the Minister of Labor, who il said'has beep a Hauer t organised labor and, accordingly. Who have be? unable to ilo are in the- and but- Arthur V. Fuller, crippled for 1 rears so lhal .he must lie on hi "back, gave u v'ano recital at Lo Angeles. Kor Ihe (Irsl timo on record a 10 loot 'dirigible landed ou a 30 by 3 loot platform on a root of a develan The death look place at his homo 1 Niagara Falls. N.Y.. ol John O'Rourke, ono of the nien. who organlied the Catholic Mutual HeneflI Assoclalipn and was a charter member ot hrancli No. Nlagnra-Falls, N. Y. He was 'e'.ghlS; years" York, gol noUcemfh Nathanld Brown, a rslurnf d soldier, lately married, who had ulaned fire ranging a week belore, was drowned Friday evening In Knimskailng River. Relill food prices la Ihe 0. S. dur ing April were 3 per cunt.-lets Ihao the high water aiark reached last De- cember. Carvonell. Brooklyn. N. motor policeman, pursuloe a was hit by another aulo nd killed. Frank McCusker, pllol ot a mal Ir plane about slart tor CblCflS >-as killed -at Cleveland when hi machine caught fire. He leaped 20 lo the. ground. U S Attorney-General ralme holds that salaries of slale ottjclal and employes ol counties, cities an other suhdvlslons ol stale are no subject tu Federal Income laiet. A palhtorni !i4 in ear Willlamiport, roiis. In Boms pUcte hallitonet were 'led tl InchM deep. A rellrini allowance of H.OOC) waa olcnl to Sir W. Pelerton, -McGllI Unl erslly. by Ci'rneile KoundBtlon 'and Joseph Pulleman. 14 Kara old. o! Quc., fl-ld fqi tke myrJer of Alp'.or Plillidelpuls waa cttotm the 1920 meellng place of .Iht General sembl.v ol tbe U. a. church.. _ Thomas Nugent. 16, n Doalon hoy was killed wheu a manhole coyer was blouii all by an explosion In Jan- uary.'1917. His mother has just been awarded e in ISO ue CT up, or of tandlf- the red a. fine JnlU UIl r last Septembers One, II Is alleged, died from a'kicr rfcelvcd a f organised aor vmpalhy with' the aims' ot organised labor Ills pasl understanding Government, at Ottawa has hy the allowed lo -assume Wnney herself thq tetlv wav she -handled: Ihe quesljons jelore the convention rfcetvc-a a with i rolling pin. She is now charged Atrocious assault. Rome. Georgia, citizens are iasllc over the performince ol Htny 0 Hawter and his navigator, LJeul.- Commander Meh'enile GrleveV have, raised a purse of ftW and cabled amount to the London to. he divided between Ihe daring aero- nauts. Merrill W. Joyner. when at Kansas Clly lor speeding Bt 35 railed an'hour, was asleep, at Ihe aud claimed the hum-c-l tho fpplna was the cause, "ll's dangerous to Bleep; you1 might -bo run over by some ot our reckless drivers, said -.he Judge in fining him 125 chuseltt, arc. auloc Ford Motor Co, Detroit'lor duo on a paleul. Col. Arlhur Woods. In o! Ih War DepartnieBt's reemployment sa ,lce, predicts that when U. S I duslry relurns lo normal il will b short workers. The bakers at sU John and Miltof SB, and bwn notltl the ol Uvlni to reduce thtir prlen, which loohllb. A-62-year-old Western. Union met- songer at (ThicaiP. ''ho small boy? (or Biakin. (nn of hUi was probably falally Injured with baiehall'bal. Betore war he Dr Frederick Bauinnann, of the faiul tv ot a medical cqlleie, but htcani" li'e was B German, itlied. "-v Don't Your Family AVictrola trolas -Alstrike''means'-jt must belaid: that'i tthe present acLion the in th :ily wlie judginenL r International e two i Grady are visiting SememenT Doari, "is with soldiers' 'claims, inspecting farm lands' in this diltricL X'- -Robert Uarnes. the and transferred corn' -where he WBS' prompted to a ieulEnanl, and who bai-Bbmejralrec- Ions escapes during this' Hying- In England, .returned .home his week looking, arid'be. EayS.Jeel- n'c 111 for anything --that--comes Ion- Jii'l.'before, enlisting he pass- ed his eiauJinallons-ianrl waV admit- lo Ihe bar ol Alberta: He-leavcs Saturday to visit his jarenjs couver- .J. Lancaster, "of ,'tne signing ol the amIAlcVhe'-iias Seen attache.Mq :the t.ado.unrlpK slalf- ati'HhTll.'-fanil'is. delighted .Ip-bo. bacty in Alberta, r -v .i r.r BUT THIS COMES FROM'j, OLD HQUE OF slandmg in' this ' er-meeting, clliiens' ol bmmpeachaWe iqldolp their 'P if at'the; big. turtle latelr i" witfirs ini ri? andriHir'm there i ?War to'the'knire'aE'ainst ths oanno-1 tle .me V 'i VwrT-cl'tiien' who has'a camo' from' Die tropics Treaching tire hons is whal _eyery cmien wn a' faTOrabfc In-mnmng tide, pride in Ihe city should engage In. The .liciTe mii_es up. the main pesL'ls'.'beM.mlng serious .'and every big as a wash'tub. -'The I tie ecomng se d take a hand In eradicating ti.clTe 'to which was Isirtfi 'fl .v-vllhis 'turtle's President of the U. F. A., nai. turtle made.its' first ap- iid--thal Ihe-qrganliallonj tor polit- pearance (he domcstlb'ducks ,een forced on the ow 'crofi arc :reportcdrto he ftff me Is an inrtlclmeul on thcU-ater.-and Ihe erstwhile Inebrlales of Cankda which are on wagon; shqnVi': he' heeded.- ,iiy SYMPATHY. r.ot be saying loo much when we remark that the decision arrifed at Trades and tabor Council iin Ih'e.rnaiter.ol a symplthetlt _. sife Th1s s'uFce's-iinl'cqnyenllon In the cily. In any way renecl opinion one way or ine'meii behind Ih, Olher so far as Ihe Winnlp'eg s'iriko fully deserve the lhanks of the IS.cqncern'Bd. II.Is .a local view as il ap- munlly at. ANOTHER ZLESADAM; "LiGH'a great deal ....____ .master' .lo t pie c it. 4 .themselves In the not a douM o( th' vy tfW double'dly meani all aVd every, circumstance, circumspect. In tabor, circles here there are wise and" c6ol heads who Aek nql'lo aggravate Irouble bul lo f> min'imUe II and to leave a loophole .4" li.1' .IrlLa Wlnnlce2 lo bC SCt- f for In Wlnnlp'es l L tfed'in tbe Inlerests ol those be set II an elponent ol He.u'lH te memoVy'ln Lelhbrldge H Ime' Mr. Home has proved a highly useful citizen and has given his help nnd ibtliience, In all acllvitlfiJ tha have gone 4n tor Ihc .welfare of th ten e nes rji wllhiul any outside Influence be- .Ifg proighl lo bear to prolong the anie. a. sympathetlcjlrike, as we have Utf il him 10 Calgary the wishes am Ihe jincereVeganl of the people ave g cily and'districl. lie will carry Ihe sincere regaru m LI.C his departure the ell h'ad reason lo remark. Is an Immora it Is harsh and cruel. Us ap- .plication, iherelore, muil be prove tbnndantly needed be.'ore recourse is had (4 It. To make Ibe quarrel ot one all demand! the hlghesl einildera-'flon and-.tiss :.'j belore ills embarked on. In. tot reiplt of thfr yOlfng'ln._the clly, wltb.'reference'lo.llie unl6ds'ln Ihem- 'the necessity for a srropalhet- 'Vlt'iirike mar be to'.-be "None Ihls it may be added wllhiSul any prejudice to Ihe elrlker's InTeiard .to ynS.lnltla the Irouble. _ i'lsoia.ted.ns Winnipeg (a we can nnl jndeci pf.wlml'.Is laklng 'can1 fc retog nlze'll nlliclal. and.helnK so. anljstan At corning in Ihc Mlu- wlll mfss'a .local' Institution. _ .emcicy.of "a_ ii ino ouB-iuJl bit ei-. necls Adam Ini he s-ympHthelicaTIy In- erCEtcd Eoirig to bo disappointed, dam's heard is Last week he. was-fined' _lor elllng liquor in Toronto, .-Hc'-came ere lo make up agalrt caught and assessed ri similai amount, Is Toronto had secured 'all his ready cash. Adam'will .vacatl6h 'at bo Stale's expense. It seems clear lhal Iho loll lha[ Jolte goL Isn't as populBr-'ai Ihc. joll that Jolle ga-" CHHISTY, ARTIST, ZANBSVILI-B, .I'laV ard fjhantllcr Christ7, was granted-, a decree "of -dtvorte'-lBdaV from May Hello Christy at.the close u! a brief hearing Uncommon pleas court'. y. yoil 1 the; players" on a; ball chewing gum? Reeaij keeps theip pii their toes relieves tfoirst, too. You H the game riibre if .''i Chiclets of the, mm the tension, of a hard- .and get MADE IN CANADA Foot Treatment for Perfect Foot Comfort. product, particularly Vsort and w. j; NELSONS eSO THIRD AVENUE 80UTH SHERLOCK BUIUPIN n, Co., Limited, ;