Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, JUNI5 2, 1919 PAGK 5KV15N Mfdialiun Hy Brotherhoods i Pulling Trouble In Way of SellLement l.ocnl railwiriDin are optimistic thM f. sc-lilement of the Winnipeg v.rifce .rouble will lio effected wlliiin n .-lion llino. to the Ebowri In Uio Irrigation Develop iaer-1 real men or others. Aifj furllier orderj for conies of Ihe. Irrigation, Development Number abould be placed before June JOUi.......... senl Ihe aciion of Ullly l.arafi who is a Proban'on Olllcer. heln; employed on tho police force against Ibem. I Tlio miners say that they are fcrHy willing to obey.lhc Inir llieyiice no reason why Iliclr jvomcn- folk "should bo insulted. Inspector used ?ll diplomacy nud gave the mhiiriall Hie rope possible in Iho melee on Thursday., but tho men un- der lilnij wben hv.iid.lell, "itli the not ap diplomatic'. At ll.e city council meeting inornlni; tlie coininlf ivcre greatly nver they sldercd was a distiucl c[ ills- crlmlnaliDli on the pan of Hie provin- cial Eovernmcul in the mailer of liie apportionment of the urant for "poor relief." The mood of the council chamber fouinl eipreFaion In tlie fol- lowing resolution: ra'gary anil F.dmonlon lavo been able lo receive from j our provincial poverniuenl1 for poor relief during 1913; whereas this clty lias been definHely rcfuseU such Grant Ihe grounds Iliat it was ndviacrl or such relief :md did nol mate appli- j riition in llmfc; and whereas no such notice ivaa fever received by Ihls coun- cil; tbercrorc, bo il resolveJ that this council go on record lhal in ihc'r opinion they have been unfairly tleali with ar.il discriminated against by our government." The resolution was Ihc outcome of a letter from Provincial Treasurer Hon. C. R. Milchcll. In whirl: he said A buncli ol miuerj. one woaiati. two or :brce filled (ourl room of Ibe provincial pu'iwi this morning when f.ichusky and Matier. iwo of Ihe ringleaders in Ihe Thursday altcrncon 1 pcrap al Ko. 3f appeared before Majla- tmle Irwln on sprious charee of ibstructlng I'eace OffKers in tbe difl- charge of their duly. The case was fur eight ya the men lo tome then lo uc dealt witll. The inagiplratc then ;i [xjlnling Kt ihem Ihc gravity of the offence with whicti they were charged. He lutil ihcm he ad Journed the case so lhal tiiey won have the opportunily of showing Eoodl fuilh in regard to the undertaking giv- houM be visited on ihe. jon. young Wilion of North Lelbbrldge. whon- father Is one ot ttioae who ii di work la the mines, wan stl upon as he going out lo hood ol IWth Avenuf, Tri'elftb i grocerku on Saturday and Tblrteenlh Street'. jnigbt, by a man wtio appears to have The culprll whoever he is. was on been in liie fray on Thursdar, as the hoy hr had a bandage across his pyei. and was badly mauled. Tho expression by the man wbo made Ihe assaull was "Here is the son ot The pcr'.h of Mayor Hardie's house ast nigli', veeplng inlo the dra.wing room window. Ills Worship ruined lo the door with a heavy walking slick in lila liand. but by ttie lime till door was opened tbe intruder had -beat il down the read. Three Rivera. I1. Q. revealed local prohibition Isw by u vote of 10 47. llial bastard." due of the lad's legs was badly LruIieS wllh the skin la'ien off. smoxe "player's Navy Cut" Cigaretici wrapped In Tirt roll. same on -May was bull carefully considered and Ihc conclu- aion was arrived yt as sel forth in the premier's letter. "I may add." wrote Mr. Mltrhell. "lhal Ihe funds available for tbal purpose lapsed at the end of the year antl provision for tl.is .class of wjirli durlns 1519 was made through Ihe mothers' pensions There is, therefore, no fund For Iho Wke ot lew and order the for mailers." miners consiilcr thftl no tuel.Blloulu be add ded to.the flame. by ajjy.unne'ces rd or.'nct: by the PR, CHAItLES. PEACOCK, (in behalf df Commltteo. Col. W. A. V.C., lias been ordered by his doct6r lo Use a com plele rcsl. DISTRICT "FOR CARDSTON SOLDIER'S MEMORIAL" In honor of Fallen of this Dh- trlcl, 11 proposed that a sullablo memorial be orooled In COHI- memorallon of them sr.6 Ihi Eacrlflca ol Ihcir IKes tor (he'cause of freedom and tlffht. By'virtue of our olfice we h'ereby Iivite all Citizens of Cardston and Vicinity TO BE PRESENT AT A MEETING To IJB lielrl Tor the purpose of deriding (lie dcUlls oMhta tcnlctl Cows "is always (rcsli, always jitirc; bctausc ilisscaled sir-liglit and slcrilizcd. Il is taje milk, rich in attfays Itic same. Cows in Llic bcllcr d.iiryiug sec- tions supply us with fresh, clean, swccl, pure milk. This tnilkis evapor- ated to She (.-CMsislcncy of cream. Only water is laVcn away. Nothing whatever is added; no arlificinl sweclcninc. no preservatives. Atlcr cvaporalinu, we seal it while fresh and sterilize il for safely. Use Carnation Milk in your hume. Always have Ihrec or four cans hand a r n a I i o n will keep for monlhs. And il will serve you in every way you now use ordinary milk and is the only milk supply your home needs. Order Carnation Milk wilh your grocer the Carna- tion Milkman. Directions on every can. Write lo Aylmer for free booklet The Story of Carnation Milk." Coii- lains 100 lesled recipes- Carnation Milk Products Company, Limited Aylmer, Ont. Seattle and Chicago, U.S.A. at yln'.T aid On! Carnation Milk from Contented Cows" MADE IN CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ANNOUNCE THE INAUGURATION OF A DAILY ALL STANDARD SLEEPING CAR TRAIN (Standard Sleepers, Diner, Compavlmenl Observation Car) MONTREAL-TORONT.O-VANCOUVER Saving a business day each way TO BE KNOWN AS THE TRANS-CANADA LIMITED Weilbound p.m. Montreal.'. Eailbound Nos. Ar. p.m. p.iri, f.v Toronlo Ar. ........Winnipeg...... Brandon....... .....i. For further particulars npply (o any 0' I'. II. Ticket Agent or write In J. E. PROCTOR, District Pasienger Agenl, Calgary. p.m. Lv. p.m. l.v. p.m. l.v. B.m. Lv. B.m. JjV. p.m. Lv. p.m. a.m. l.r. p.m. p.m'. Lv...........Hesln.i........ p.m. Lv.........Moof.o Jaif...... a.m. l.v.........Menlcino n.m. Lv..........Calgary....... a.ni.-Ar.........Vancouver...... Flrsl Irain leavea Csleary, Knslbounit, June 2. Juno 4. t.imlled P'raonal baggage only will bo carried on 'this Irain. When chccklnB baggagej passage llckel nnd sleeping car llcXel for this Irjln mnal he nrcscnteil (o the liaggace mailer. For furlher jinrllnilurs apply lo, nny Coimdlan Pacific Tlckcl Agenl, or J. E. PROCTOR, Dlilrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alia. Accoratnotlallon ilmllol lo can on (rain. Sleeping Car Derlhs (or day Irips nol be sold; or local passengers carried between Winnipeg and Kon- ora, Winnipeg und Ilrandon; HsEuia nnd Moose Jaiv, SwKC Current arid Calgary, Calgsry, Slearaoiis and In. tennctllalc points.