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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Toronto Strikers Are Metal Trades to Fight It Out With Question of. Cost of War lo i lloundiiries j LIQUIDATE WOULD FOOD CONTHOL council of I'AHIS, June The tour mil UilF forcnOL-.i. Kipcrls on territorial questions IL-pjralions mc-l with Ihc council. And Fall Session Will lie. Held j mid Saturday Sessions Up BULLETINS! AUSTK1A WON'T ACCKl'T i VIENNA, June AUS-] Irhiii jjuvcriiiiii'iil (Iccidwll unanimously Hie Imnsj ;il SI. (icmiiiiii onj Mondiiy Die! N Ails- is said Ihal the. clauses of the nus-( iriin pracx- Irciiy dealing wllh rcpar- utlons now have been completed. STUDY PLAN TO LIQUIDATE FOOD CONTROL PARIS, June. supreme cioil unfli: council hits apjioinlcd a commit-1 lee Lord Itobcrt Cecil.! llobert Hoover. Jl. clement, Slsnor Orospl and Huron Kmll (le CarlRT of J63S. It indicalcil Ihal an agrccmonl on the Bublcct had not ht-en reachcil anil lhat the discussion Kill be con- tinued lonjo'rrovv, CONSIDER TREATY ON BELGIAN NEUTRALITY -1'AIUS, Juno 4.-- Tile council of (or- ciju ininislcrs mcl Ihis afternoon and considered .ipjain Iho rnvinlon o[ UIR ircnty ot ISM regarding Belgian ncn- trallly. I'AI'AL NUNCIO JVT 'MUNICH JIIXKD UP WITH THE HEDS JlOHH, June Vatican circles nUciillou Is bciiib' to Ihe ]iro jecl of p crcallon of a papal at Derlln, and It Is probable lhat M. K 1'iicclll, nuncio nt Mun- ich may lio transferred to flic German capital. It ISTCnorled thai JlonslBnor 1'actlll Is obliged lo leave his poBlJn liecause of his connection revolutionary Interests in That Antouril'Uellcr Than Assessment June German coontiir- offer oF marks as an Indemnity .surprised some of the entente flhanciaLexperls, who .all. belleyed that the chances if getting hujch more from .Germany .were nol particu- larly good, but who now flilnk that with aliijht concessions as lo pay- ment of. interest, which Is not in- cluded in the" German proposal, Ihe offer is perhaps acceplable. These experts argue from the standpoint oF world credit ar- rangements II plight be better lo base the plans oF 'the entente1 governments upon a definite sum. of marks voluntarily offered, than upon an indefinjte assessment, which the Germans might accept only under protest. Clemenceau Against Revision PA HIS June Press niinosiihure In Ihe peaco con circles was full of speculation loday IIH lo poss'.lilo modifications Jn several clauses of Ihc trealy RE-ESTABLISH MILITARY SALUTE GERMANY T1GHUX, Juno risk ol inyolvuiE lie j J 1'AIUS. yalkcii Jo work this morning, "o subways, irara cars or taxi busses being In operafiou of The sit- uation is rentirtcil unchanged. Reports early Ibis-morning lo nilicalc lhat Ih'e slrike was becoming worse and'iVas showing a lendcncy lo gain in all trades where there arc outstanding dlfficulUea belween em- ployees ail employers, eveu somelimes Ihe judgment of Ihe slrike leaders. Although Iliero were sonic on slrik'4 in the Paris district yesterday, it was expected early loday that the number might be be- fore night-- Everything is proceeding wTirflho most pcrFect calm .and there', Hun Peace Delegates Issue Memorandum; Put War Blame, on Russia lion abroad ot a return Lo mlli- larisni, 1'resldont Blicrl, Herr Xoske, the minister of1 defense, v and Col. Ilcinhardl, tho inin- istcr of war, have decided lo rc-estaullsh the inililary saluld wliicli bad been abandoned. we. perec j v NOTHEH.HE yoLUTION inve been no The elcilrical-n-orkprs'in'u'ie poifer station nt Vemy Joined strike New Tiiinsconlincntal "C. P.'R- Meeting Wilh Sue cess on Maiden Trip yesterday atlcrnoou, Mopping the street cars in Versailles and closing down all'industries using cl'ectrlcity in Ihe illstricl. My evening, Irowovcr, the mililary had taken possession and the current was turned on again; Among classes oE employees consid- ered mosl likely lo be affected by the spread or the strike movement, arc tho rcslauranla and cate employees, Ibc insurance clerks, who already In many are carrying on n "folded arms'5" stride; Ibc cleclricians. the moving picture operators and several branches yol the building Irndes and I Ihc gas workers. The lalter have I calfcd a big meeting for tonight. The raMroad men also are slioiving sign? -lot agitation. They arc'lo mecl a! Ibc labpr nichansc Friday. A meet- SAX SALVADOn, Republic of SalTadnr, June marines 'have, been landed at Fort fjiinorir.Cbsla Hica, be- cause of tha revolution against 'the by Gen. Tinoco, according lo rtlspalches lirinlcd in newspapers here. But Admit That Britain Was night in Suspecting Hun Naval Polic-t BERLIN, June Hani brueck, Gen. Count Max fllonte- gelas and Count Webber, German experts at drawn up a long memorandum .on V V V. v -t (Special lo the licralil) MOOSE'JAN', Sask.., June PeHcTli Canadian .Pacific of Ihc Joint meetings ,oF allied cjncrta hccoino known. II is cxpoclcd some of Ihcsc meetings will bo held to. morrow. At tho ineethlE of the coifn- cil ui Four this aEtcrnoon President Wilson maoe another effort lo bring about nn agrecmcnl, as to the principle of the reply lo counlfr- proiraMli. bnl Ihe meeting ended with- out any agrccnicnL 11 la nniter4lood Ihcil Premier ulc- mcnccau maintains n Firm nlliludc against nny revision of Iho lrealy% Ueceives.Support of Col. Semen; al' T'o'clock this inonilng conFinncil J Off j Head of Strong Anti- the'action oE Ihcir commillee in join- (Inkripvik F'tction ing the strike ol the subway workers. HOISMMK 1 .tctmn According to Ihe Echo nrmlstlco wltli tho likralne, anr! nsar.rting hla troops only unilo-lnox couuler-offerTs.lvo mcnsnrcs aEainst Ukrnlulnn Bllnclis. dispatch aildn Hiat tho 1'olca and Iluinanlnnn have ctfeclcil a June (loll nnil perfected n Joint front. 'j ftft R-3-! GETS READY IE pre- iiarallons (or Iho illelil ncross tbo tVtlantlc o( tho llrlllili air- shlp-H-31 aro being made at North -Uerwlck, according lo tho Brening Star, nnd It Is cx- reeled Ihal Ihe ship will leave t, next week. A Kiiuadrnn of akllleil mcdimijca already li.ia left Kne'ao'' o" 'nc "SVRlr" larillrf Clly, K.J., where It Is ex- iicctcil Iho ship .will land. TORONTO, Juno Hie limo riow ripe for Iho business men ol on.lda nnd the hanks ol tho country o get logcltier for Iho .pilrpdso o: nklng adT.intajC o( tlin cnormoliii for- Ign Irado which the Cmfadlan ml.islon Ixindon 1ms hccn nblc- lo roundsup, vas Ihe iricssRgo ot Ilar.'ls ha'.rmanlot tbo mission, In an lad IrcES lo the members of-lho loca ril of Iradc'licre yesterday. Railway Ira'ns-continenUil train, arrived hero at Arrival a number of olhbrs culramed here, (icorgo Hani and V. ff. Cox, C. P. II. ollicials were on board, the for- mer going through lo Iho coast whilst Iho lallcr will leave at Calgary en route for England. A considerable number ol citizens greeted ttio arriv- nl of the new trnin ill which much .in- terest was cvinccrt. These trains, which will nin daily and will clip off hours'on Ihe trip from Montreal lo Vancouver are marie up of nine coaches." Dolh Mr. llnm and Mr. Fox reported hat the trip hnrt been highly success- Ful nnd every slop hart been made on .line. Quite a largo number of Amer- icans were making Ihe Irip nnd re- ported Ihal the Journey had been most cnjoynble. As there In a considerable traffic, from this point lo Ihe coast il Is expcclcu Hint the new service wilt. he governmcnl docs nol contemplate reitulsillonlnfi the melrorolitan or any Ihc wofkcra. prove very popular used. ami lie largely LEADER VMSlTS IN LONDON LONDON', Juno M. Knilacio Iho nrrivcil in Ixindon lortay. lie wta comod nl tho ilepol by Ihe I'rlnce ol Wnlcs, on behalf of Iho Kins. A large; crowd gathered at Vkiorln station nnd rhccrcil Iho Uratlllan slatcsman ns hu nliglilcd with his wile nnd daughter. DROPS DEAD SAN l-'IUN'CISCrj. June Jrsao l-lllenlhnl. rfluoul of Ihe United Il.illivnya 'of Snn t'rnnclsto and prom. Incnt allorncy, ilroiipcd dead nl a hotel here, loiliiy, ngecl Cl. 'MONTRBAU June Thfi recent lilleriincc of Hon. N'. rlcguiu. alleg- ing Hint tho Mclhodlst prohibition movetncnt wns aimeil (it the mosl Im- poilnnl ordnance of (he Roman Catho WASHINGTON, June fication of Ihe war lime prohibi- tion law so the worklnamen may have light wines and beers was urged today by representatives of organized labor the first of Ihe -hearings by the noute Judicial- committee upon liquor measures. Speaking as the reorosentalive of 38 miscellaneous Irades aflillatcd the American Feiieratlon o) Labor, J, J. Manning said he could nol conceive of Inlelllgenl and sincere men tskinn 'up the "no beer, ho work" slonan, but he could conceive of their Indignat- ion al refusal to- lei them have somelhlnrj they wanted lhat was not hurtful. WASHINGTON', June of a telegram received by Admiral Kol- rhak, dictator ot the Omsl; govern- ment. From Col. Semenoff, chief of one of the leading factions nrrayed against he Bohbcylkl, announcing the Int cr's adherence .lo Ihe Omsk govern- nent nnd recognition cj lhat govern- ment ns fhe supreme authority in non- Dolshcvist Russia, were mndc imblic loday by llio Russian embassy "In recoeniziug and submilting en. tisely nnd uncondillonally to.the Kus slan government headed by yon, supremo governor." said Col. Sent-- cnolT's telegram, "I report and Ihe troops entrusted to inc. with con- tinuous ardent nnd patriotic love of our country, will continue our unsel- fish work under the anil dlrecllon of our supreme commander- in.chlct.1' -s Kolchak's Plans, the question of .responsibility of the will he presented to the entente commission as a re- port on the subject. The memorandum necessity of submitting the. ques- tion So an impartial commission for investigation and denies there was any secret piot belween Ber- lin and Vienna to'destroy Serbia. It says that the German govern- ment could not accept the efforts oF Sir Edward Grey, the British secretary for foreign affairs In 19 M, who offered to mediate, be- cause It doubted his-ability to check the warlike aspirations of Russia. Emperor Nicholas' pro- posal to refer the dispute lo The Hague also ii said, be- cause on the same day the propos- 2! was made, the mobilization of 13 army corps was ordered. Rus- sla't imperialist policy, the mem- orandum argues, made war. with Germany inevitable- It says that Germany's war against France was one of de- admits that Germany's naval policy was of such a.nature as to arouse the distrust of Great Britain. With life general slrike in western t Canada entering Its fcjrlh week lo- morrnw. the sllualion Lo have reached ils' breaking Jiolnl. TLw Is very liltle news tiday from any T srrikc ceulre. The most cheering news was lhat whlc'i camo from To- ronto on Tuesday Afternoon lo Lhe elfecl thai the pres'.denl of Ibe Metal Trades. Council tnao had asked the strikers in olbtr trades to'go back' lo work as the ir.dlul trades workers were able, to flgtt Ihelr Dallies. Ibe strike commillce in Winnipeg has uccepled the offer of' u settlement tnuismltteil by the melr.l trades employers through Ibc railwuy brotherhoods, there Is no news to indicate. The slrike now seeiuE lo have llEil iolo a i .-im tattle, irith tho righ'- (jf. coilecllvj burgaininB as desired by the O.HIU. as the. chief. ..o( contention, and the right, or workers, policemen and oUier in pub- ie serrtc6 -Lo organize and slrike 'on occasion as the other. O.B.U. Convention The convention o[ the O.B.U. in-' Calgary which opens today will there- fore be of much more than a little public Interest. Thp .hlame of tho whole strike iR-tdng'laid in man.. quarter.! to the demands ol the. for collective bargaining under a SVK- tom which would place all' labor :it- fllialed with lhat body under conlrul of the ccalral executive, ivhlch wouul consider all contracts before htms, signed, anil' pronouncement of the iiollcy of tho organization which will be effected al Ihe Calgary convcnllon ioday will therefore bo nwaitecl on this point. The situallon In. Ihe miners strike is overshadowed by Ihe larger gen- eral slrike. Most ot tho mines have enough men still keep the T workings free ot water, hut llttla coal Is being mined [or commercial pur-, oF the document issued by Iho ollicials of the Omsk government relative to and r.ropa made public by the Russian embassy here makes it plain the new I government fully intends lo mecl _____ (Associated final result of the elections lo the Simulsh parliament WASHINGTON, June flic. IcJl last are still unknown li lhat. Ihe government nit: supported bv the followcfa of Scnor ic dlSposlllon ot Iho Russian lands win n uj 215 ot the tw hhi- Ilusaian >0t lowcr-liousd.. The followliiB results of the clcc- have been labulal dcmandj of the ontcntc Kovernmonla Conservatives of Ih led: TELEGRAPHERS AT ATLANTA STRIKE ATLANTA, Oa., noilnnl ordnance of (he Roman Oatho .picuraphers He Church; came up In Ihe Jlonlreal Western I June employed conference nl 119 closing i sessions yeslcriloy. A rcsolullon wan carried after discussion as .follows: Ihlg convention rteslrca to "plnco on record Its slanil and (Utl- fudo of mBlnlriir.Inc llio right of all r.hurclica In the use of wine for sacra- mental purposes anil rtlsclalina any Interference .with such rights." by Iho Western Union Tqlc- gruphcomp.iriy al Allanla went on slrlko loday In .sympathy with Iho telephone opernlora of southern Dell and Allnlila Tele- 't phono nompanlos. who left Ihelr v switchboards Mondoy.- fir tho assembly of a fcinhly nnd, rnoreover. that It will leave lo-lhal body Ihe dispoMlion of Ihc lands sciicd by Ihc pcasiiiilry wllh every assurance Ihal Iho Intcrcal of the laborers will be carod for. The document confirms Ihc righl of Ihn laoorcrs ivho havo 'culttvalcd crops on those lautla to Ihe producls iff the soil, but nol In Iho lunil ilsclf. For the present- nt leaat, althoilRh (I IdoM assure (hoso peasnnta oF somo, sumclcnt to meet Ihelr needs as soon n3 tho assembly can act. Calls Congress London, June -l-rCeii, Sehicnoff. lead 00; of Ihe O ons Consorvstivea o! Ihe I.nclerva Liberals oF the. llomail- er ol the Cossacks In eastern Siberia, has culled a congress which declared the anUlriomV to a Husslan wireless dispilch From Moscow. The congress, tho Bolshevik message, adds, oleclcd ScmcnolF grand dulto of Incs group. JO] Liberals of Ihc Garcia 1'rleld group. Liberals of the Alba group, 2'3; Agarlans. S; llceionalisls; 10; Republicans, 13; Socialists, 7, nnd Ilelormislr., 6. Tho oilier members who arc opposed lo tho government arc Inde- pendents, t'alholica, or.memlrars of no parly. The present Rovcrnmenl lo remain in power will have 16 depend 'on Ihe Cons'crvallvrs of Ihc Dato group, without whom II will lack irmalorUv. NO TRACE OF AVIATOR Conn.. June John Marsh, president of the Civic Employees' Federation, is Ihe brlflge delcgallon lo the O.fl.U cor, ventlon, representing Ihe Lethbrldse Trades and Labor Council WINNIPEG, Man., Juno by slrike sympathizers in a parailo crowd of al ieasl 2.000 men, moally re- turned soldiers, today marked Iho day ot Ihc general slrike in Winnipeg. For the flrsl lime since the strike began. policemen were call- ed inlo action lo oppose Ihe demon- wbo torcert Iheir way inlo Iho board of trade building. The police- men, with detectives and volunteers, checked Iho rushes of tho mob. Us-. fore the rush was made on Ihe hpanl of trade where Ihe citizens commlllcc iof ouuTiundred had Its quarters, a. big banner of Ihe citizens ripped from Ihe bu.....vs. Dnrrag lie nelec which followed, on aulomobili, parked al Ihc curb, was smashed. Several hundred soldiers, each of. whom was armed with an nulomajlc pislbl and a rifle were slanding at at-: Inntion In a .Winnipeg barracks this afternoon, when the parading striktra and sympathizers ailomplcd lo force an entrance Into the. board of building. OFIiccrs awaited a signal I" bring Ihe men inlo Mllon. The Irouble took place niter Ihe pa- raders marched lo the provincial par- liament building For. the ihlrd limr-. since Friday and dcirianded nation ot Premier T. C. Xorria nnd his cahlncl, "on ground3_of Incompctency Premier. Norris announced that he lad not receded from his previous, stand-lnat ho will not do anything -egarding legislation -which Ihe union aro demanding until tho sympatlielli! strike Is called off. Tho paradcrs feFl parliamenl, aflcr notifying Morris they would pay-him-, fourth visit lomorrow. GUELPH MAGISTRATE DIES- died today. He __A In Toronto m 183o found. ;