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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD'S REPORT, CROPOUTLOOK arlv an Inch of Kilu ill Past has nwite Crop Situation Distinctly llrirMer asd KMrvthfllE noif tu a Good Crop PosJlbllllliea of a Had Considerable Oamase bill llUlieved Checked-Weather Cool-Moisture in Iron 1- tb 21-lnChes-Soii in-Fino Shape for breaking. Horribly'Mutilated Kemains HalV-Breed Found Morning Just share of l 1865--1919 BELIEVED HE WAS .STEALING A grueiome discovery In the shape ol the mutilated body ot a man on the high level bridje was made by a C. P. R. section man_al nine'o'clock this mornlna. The'dead body at present un- identified, was In a shocking con- dition, both legt were severed, from one the foot was cut oft, and the sole of the boot pulled oil on the other. From the appearance of the face, which is intact, the seems to be that of a breed. The slouch hit-he wearing was found some ten feel further nway.' The nature of the in- juries Indicates that the man was not run down, by an engine but had fallen off a train evidently a freight, on which lie was.travel- ing. At seven 6'clock this morn- ing a way freight had passed over the bridge and It Is presumed the deceaied was on It, and in some way or other had got under the wheels. .ue c-rop report of this week anj that 11.suctl a week ago today. On Tues- day last the report was Inclined to oo pessimistic owing to tho fact :tbal there bad been no rain lor ten days. I while- drying winds hail been blowing. HIDE I However, tin whole face of the situ1 jat'.on was chanced'on Wednesday last when It began to rain about 1 ieet into I ho crop fie lo leu lucl.cs into 11. ing. wen and since that time-over .3 ol' un inc of lain has fallen, tlie most rain re corded in any one week ulnce WW. ds aud from sis soil for break- The raiti eaiuc just In time to stop thfe ravages of ttie cutworm, whicii In to estimate the iitwntage ol dm..- Reported itussian Capital Hasj Captured From The j Bolsheviks i However, that ils work iiraclii-ally over fnr is Ibe best antMulu fiOPENUAGEN. .lniu-_ Esdiouiim mid riunisli forces j iaktii Pc'lrograil, iiccordiniij lo niu'onlii'iiiwl U-l. jifanis re--: hy Hit1 National TUJeiuk1. i Reds Would Negotiate June 'i Guards have i i'M5 s; r is the general belief tbat the month nini.l Fair Deal For Labor, Demanded in House fly Local Member I Declares Present Unrest in Canada is due to'H. C. of L Pio-, fiteering arid Failure lo Recognize Eight-Hour Day and! Right of Labor to Tariff Relief osi Food'and Other Necessities of One Big Union Receives No. Advocate of Revolution lo Una tnj ship, hut plans were changed and val was chosen instead for tlie meet- Investigation PARIS, June Lithuanian au- thorliles- have denianded that Ihe peace conference appoinl a comniis- i siun alleged pogroms by of Lithuania, occu- lli'ied by" Polish forces. r I Number of Cilies Homb 1'lot Centres Utsl i I'lottcr Killed IN IHE OWIED Announcement Made in. House, London, isTReceived With Cheers LONDON, JiiiOe In tho'h'opse ot.commoris A 'W'- Ashley, jueuib'ef for ed'-; "Will thii air Sii.iilstry offer the IJomlnlohs 'and colonies some, ft-, Its surplus airplane's for postal an i- Mm ilar V' Seeley-replied that the queation had'been considered and satisfactory conclusion reached hy the Kovernmcnt, He wotilil make an nil nouncemont later. Cot..Ashley: be uy gift Major-Gen. .Soeley replied: 'Aa free gilt to the Dominions, crown'co onies and Inrlta." ALAND ISLANDS WANT RECOON1TIO STOCKHOLM, June land ling, of the Aland Islands, has fo 'warded Ihe peace conference a res recoin'memlinB recognition ot Islands with Sweden. The resolution ivas adopted unaninioualr ala lueeling-of delegates Sunday. N. C. 4 WON'T TRY r, TO FLY BACK AGAIN WA31IINOTOX, June lllied The .inter- alliett rs.lv a> commission reporled lliis afternoon that all the workers lail relurncd lo their jobs. Newsnan Strike Not Great Success. Strike Situatiortm-Tabloid the iam'e course Medicine Hal Trades and' U fol Edmonton little'changt- In TorontS does not seem to have been the-success the leaders' expected. art returned to their jobs. r" to Coblenz prinled stories today hAt0v6 isI'tne slriHe situation m the einms the birth of the'German re-' ost just as itis about tc, enter public at and auerlmE third week. No OTTAWA. Juno, Dominion 1'oslal Clerks' Association ni.mhering civil servants ilh rawn its rcpresenlalion from Ihe general council of, the civil service ederation prenaralory lo retiring from ic body. The action wns taken by nlnion executive meeting here, protest against the action, ol tome officers ot Ihe federation in expressing so-called personal as. to the views of the body. The appearance of Mr. L. D. .Hurling firse vice-prealdcnt of tiic federalton before Ihe- Iniluslrlal .commission1 lire clplUleil ike division, which hau j apparent since the move with labor was 1aunchc.il. The cxecu- live ot tho civil service association anil customs association Tire said lo be conleinplatlng withdrawing also. hat Iho report was an eftorl on the part of certain Germans to mislead he popul-il.on of the Rliiueiand. I President NMal Trades Council, Strikers Their Work iv In ueec Milder is Now Subject I'or Uis- evcllinj on eitlier side, ami no sign that negotialions now being carried on by the Railway Brotherliooils are getting nnywheve, lead to. the belief that the liuosl serious of'the 1 about to begin. Visitors from the i Manitoba capital declare lhat boll. arc.fnlly organized and lhat a 'clash more serious than anything wMch has yet occurred wouli! not GETTING READY FOR QUEBEC ELECTIONS QUEBEC, district is slowly getting. Into political harness-for the elections on lunc 23.. Sir Lorair Gmiln announced today tlia't he will open his campaign In Quebec City bj' a meeting on -Mon- cussion Says .Urilish Member 5.ONDOX, June. In U.e house of commons today N. ton Doyle, memher for Xewcaslje, I3ked the prime minisler if before the f----- Ilritish am- surprising for the strike has been re- sponsible for a lot ot frayed nerves.. The entry of Vnucouv.ervaEgravafei tbJ situation and may.be n deciding factor in helping lo bring about a mid discourse in Winnipeg. t In Toronto n C.itlzens Committee of fs being organized. There is nothing new In the local situation. Everything ii quiet anil there is a disposition on the parl of Hie labor men here fo'keen the wheels of industry moving while sympathiz- ing with Ihe Vancouver Out-Today j VAXCOUVEU. June general strike of orgariized labor in ver in-sy'mpatny with Ihe Winnipeg strike, cftcclive at II a.m. today was called at a mass fricctins last night. .Exemptions ..from the strike Older made in the casea of firemen police, bakers anrl bakery salesmen wagon drivers, theatre employees RESUME GOLD SHIPMENTS I NEW YOKK, June Britain has resumed shipments of.gold to the _About first large ship- late .j on the w.5- no-iiiil.il employees, laundries, hotel ami restaurants, ID clvjc employee to act as grave caretaker for-the cily waterworlfs. ice wagons for 'hotel nml restaurant de I llvoiry only. had been Intended to destroy ..Mr. Palmer prematurely, destroyed anil blew to bits the author of the cnmej was signed "the anarchist fighters anil undoubtedly was Mended, as a- signal fo show the reign of terrorism. was on J Although apparently intended to au greater ilamage, the latest bomb ex- plosions, from a.standnoint of loss ot life appeared to bat lltlle. "more Fatalities resnlimff as reported today were confini-il to the plotter himself at the Palmer house, and 'to where one or possibl! three pereous were killed lt> that case also the bodies ne's'so hadlj scatter- ed that H vas impossible lo mine just how many corpses were in- list, of cities in which ei- lilosions occurred were; -New ..Cleveland, PhilinlelnJiia, Boston and Xewlonv.He. Following so closely Ihe outrages' of last month, the anarchistic outbreak last nig'ht Is eipected to, hasten ac- tion on bills now before congress deal- ing with suppression ot anarchy and deportation ot undesirable aliens. .Tlie. attempt on the life of Attoniey.Gen. eral Palmer has literally brought home loUongrcss the seriousness of the menace, and members today show- ed marked increase in their desire to. eliminate the radical element which they charge, is largely made up of. for- igners, who coiiieL-beMisnoseil of by eportaUon.- I'ublio officials against whose lives t'was indicated .attempts had v been; made were: fn Washington, A. Mil- hell Palmer, United States attorney- general; Claude Swansea, United States senator from Virginia; In Bos- on. Justice Albert Haydcn, of the- Hoxbnry miralclpal court; in'Cleve- and Mayor liarrv I, Davis; in rltts- burg. Federal luilge II Thompson and fl Sibberay, chief inspector, bureau of immigration, in New York, Judgo parlei Jr of the court of gcheri1 sessions, in Xewtonville, nepresenlatue I Powers, of Hie stale legislature- In rowers, 01 me aidiu Philadelphia the explosion damaged the 'rectory ot a Catholic, church anil (he' residence ot a jew clr, while in Paltefson a two.storej dwelling house was wrecked The occupants, how ever, esca'ped injury on inii ment Of goia to this'country for ac count'of the Briiish governmenl since TORONTO, June R, C, Brown, ef the Metal Tradts Council, today Uiued s notice to of various who went In lympnthy with the metal tradei advlilng them to return work. Prtildent.Brown them for their sympathetic action, but sald'that nothlno could be gained by their remainina out longer and of the metal pre- fsrred to flsht their'own battle from-now on.. A peftnilva Slrlke OTTA.WA, June an Interview with the Canadian Press, Limited, this U I.. Pollellor. deputy lo the nrcsldent of the Order of Kail way Conductors, stated that his order lu "so V" ln Dueiicc If protect the rlghls of wo i. .If, said efs and collectlvo'liafgalnlnc. ir.'Pelleller, tho employers original- y.concerned In Winnipeg Ufa success- ill Jri putting It the employ- ees, what guarantee 'would railway men have that the sante denial of the rights o( collccltra bargaining would not bo matio lo Uio oilier (rsdes ami when prejent agreements ex- i '-r- v-r Mr. Pollotler showed In the reporter telegram from a committee repre- nling Ucomn- TO Bnglnccn, Drotberhood o( Fiio men, Urotlierhooii linl'.war Train. men nnd Iho Order ot .liallwjy Con ditclors anil Order of IWlroad Tele grnphors of. Br4ndon ,lridpralng: the principle of bargaining am the Industrial ciansorrf vlhp peace pired? (er of labor. Premier Xo'rria of Man'.- oba nnd all western lodgerj, He slat- cecu eel Ihnl members of parliament hail 1 'llot sav aoything about recelrcil lchlions.troni other dcterniined whether the in view of Canada's'geographical pojl- lion and her natural and Vila) interesls iat Washinglon and of the part Canada plnye'd'in Ihe war. the time wns not opportune for the Dominion lo have a special represcn- iative at Washington with. Ihe status anil prestige with tho flow Canada,