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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JCKil l, ua'imniiHii-: BOLSHEVIK CLAIMS LONDON, June Russian wireless message received here today claims Ihj BolsheviVI successfully undertaken n coun- aoalnsl tha Esthon- lans and Ihe north Russians ad- vanclng the ral1- Juno oil wai poured on the troubled waters ol lilt industrial, unrest hero today and efforts to (ur.mll nobble rioilne continued. I.oial uromlse-l to remain on duK during Hie present iro'jble auJ eo-opcraie In every way li: inalnlaln law and order. 1'jradins of strike EviiiDatliiM" 'lame lo jbrupl end when more than a thousand soldiers deriJi'd not to Kiccuilves of the railway 'broilier l.uuJs suciTl'ilcd iil'obtliulng pronos His for !i beiilemeui from tho uicml undci anJ employers. WIsll'J m-gollalions cundtKlv.t by Hie brothertiood mediators have, been strictly secret 11 was. understood to night'that Iho principle of collective bargaining was outlined in bolll settle- menl proposals. H Is-cippclcil that Ihe licit move of Iho mediators .will lie lo submit a compromise plan which irill bo based upon llie methoil of col- lective bargaining uieJ Ly Ihe hrotli- erliooils and railways. As llic brotherhood collective bar- gaining system Is less drastic, than was originally demanded by the metal trade workers, hut broader in its Mope than plan first offered Industrial employers, it was lliimulil I In some quarters that the lulyhl find a common ground tor agree- ment. In sulnlauYc Hie melnl workers, council insisieJ thai, settlement of all acr of hlj strjbe but they would I .101 juikc. liny urtunisc-t fuh- ure disjurbanies. Tlielr utter, i Uelurned soldiers who hnvo icpud-- Isled the Activities of who marched In Ihc slrlke parade, said this evening: "Tliey would pul on a real show" when Iheir procession Is staged. Tho Uieat War Veterans' association recently refused to approve of Ihe sympathetic strike, j 500 Aboard .-or Calgary Di-M Area PAGE FIVE i In Which Case Ihty Uci'lare .Ccrmany CoulOn'l Sign Peace Treaty HKIU.IN', June -The.- torrtapond- c-nls at Versailles ut must of Oio Her 'today l alljt-s l answer llic counter-i umsideiaule interest was Distribution of newspapers was cur- tailed today wLeii the newsboys join- ,...Tlll. telegraph companies j am announced that slrlke agents attempt-; quit work. will answer MIC iji-riuan cuuii'e.- 'uruliosals will! au ulUiimuin organization meeting, this meeting nf i-iakc Jt impossible lor Ihc tho special committee ot Ihc IfVlf to mans to sign the treaty, invrsilgatc cost cl living problems r..u- The Tagcblsll suniui.uiies llie s'.lu- j Mr .xicholson. Kast Algorna. who alal of iMion by declaring ttial I'temier l.loy I j ,yilR chairman, said if the com- at Klc'irge'lias sbown i.o Inclination I" '.oria lo lurni a. cotu- v...........-r, of ijn-.iue.it3 of trades and lauor councils, olluer.s of Great W CONSIDER CHANGES IN GERMAN TERMS I'AHIS. June cuanse.i ill the UeriliiiKLiPaco teoi.s, one terrltorliil and the ulber iiy ihQ co'jui'll of four, it bi" ii'i known today. 'llie inllwoj'iiK resolution on inoUun Mr. Klevons, seconded ly Mr. Ikju- i-.lsd adopted Thai Ihe clerk iMtri Iroul iht dc- nii-tii of lir.HUio a jjialtuicnl lor our meeting showing: 1. Paid uj> capital of all banks in two. of women's Kaiiiulioiis mid such persons as the Sjl ana'.tlau iruojis, is uue iii. d acsoroins to llie militia I yield ground alter llie mining ot U-j ed lo have Ice rnosiUlBL'r also t i( vk.Js Bho'has board Urillsh cabinet, wlii.t I'rtsnleul foregoing may appoint. Tlie to ascertain Iho cost lc SsSSSssi-s a I o cause ol present high prices cured; coal. and bread. ,ci UL 1.11 b ___i __ t Ij fnf rncirlor "ath'fieU amhulame and j A German 4c iiay of the 47th balt.ilion for Vamou- tin, end of illls weeX western cliiKSiricutinu of those j '-r a conference with tbe Uerman gov- lon board by areas are: j Terms otuer.....--VJV. June Austrian mcl today to consider the Ofliccrs. Ranks In League of Nations on Same i o jiasis as Sriiallcr iciuinel peace disputes between rrafls In the council ransL he ajinrov- ed by Hie council. Kulployc-rs olfered to meet only the representatives of the iliegina Saakaicou Caleary_ Kdmonton LONDON. June In _the j Vancouver house of commons lo Mr. Norton (Irif-1 Adriatic Coming lilhs, stalcll lhat the gov-! OTTAWA, June 4.- The litK-r Ad- eminent Intended that lvitli ?.ij7fl Canudian Iroops nf the dominions In the league of na-, j3 al Halifax'on June 7. lloiu slionld be as lull as lhat of the to mililia department advices.! carries the both battalion lor Hal- to meci only ui IMC i I [ax and the TStti battalion and j crafl or crafts involved in the coniro- j for appoinlmc-nl lo Ihe cxccu-1 for Winnipeg j n-itli Ihe understanding Hint conucll on tin; same lerms as ,OTI1 rillcSiDcalioD is as follows: agrcnncnt should hi- nni.l. Hallway: oiher members ot Ihe league not pcr-j Oilier i brotherhood locals are permitted lo mniieiilly represented ihereon. Area Olliccrs. Hank' i-onciliale of "n.i IIL-.LCU lerms and was- in session until I laic at nighl. Printed iopie.1 ot ihc 1 summary of ihc lerras have been prc iscnled to all inemherj o! Ihc national Vscmbly, which will lie convened i :he full lext Is available, prou I ably Wcduesilay, niicny repres 1., I.ylo asked: provls on h.een jtipcr. ,-oneilia.e Mil, represenaves .yo ase: tUcir emplovers ami if agreement 15 made against acttlciiienl, wilhm the h reached il becomes i cuipirc-of four thousand 0 G51 D 1 eon to Ihe international hrolhurhcod [or! At 10 o'clock this morning crowds 'in tlie down-town districl, eipectlng furllKT deoionstralions by l.araders. lleporfs Ihtil the military -would act If demonstrJnti again be- lamo tesrlcss added to fho tenseness of Ihu siuial.ioil. Snveral uundrerl would-ho gathered in'the market sivuaro. bill after speakers ad- dressed them they dKiiled lo hold a f ma'ss meeting'ak Victoria park. This loot place without incident. Wanted Norris To Resign H. E. Ilray, returned soldier, who has been lender ol tbe returned sold- iers' element alliliatcil with Ihe-Blrik- to parliamenl with several other men yesterday. Uray, for tlie third time, ashcrt Premier T. L'. Norris to rcsjgn of Immcdiaiely initialc a movement lor legislation sought by Iho labor-forces. -N'orfis again refused lo do anything' until .thn sympathetic strike was called olt. Xothi'ng ImporlanL developed during i Ihe two hour meeting. The city, lodiy officially withdrew its ultimatum, lo Ihe policemen lliat Ihi-y nlusL lately sign a new- pledge to not par- ticipate in-sympathetic strikes. men countered wlttl'llie ofier to prpm lae lo nol leave Ihcir posts _i" :crunt parls of the empire." I Lapland Too Juue militia rte-1 has been advised that Ihe 1 liner Lapland with Canadians on] 'board will reach .Halifax on or about Juno'10. Those on board are dispcrs- ind let the people know what they are. Tho Inquiry. Mr. Nicholson said. should be witlo open and confined to definite lines. A. fl. McColg asked if Mr. Nichol- son meant thai it Ihc commiilcc finds oul iho cause of tho high cosl oi living it should take steps to bring about a (0 perform change. emcrsency Mr. Nicholson, having replied In the 5i5L nic. affirmative. Mr. JlcCois suggested Ihe appearance before the committee of (he sales agency of the Inlcrnalional Harvester company and llie Advance- Ilumely company of Winnipeg to ex- plain ihe sale of a number of tractors which, he said, were sold ut higher prices than stiouhUiavo been asked in view of Ihe facl ihai ihc government lias been bringing tractors into the country and at low cost, in order to I encourage produclion: I Mr. H. H. Stevens, after pointing out lhat il would be impossible for tlie en- quiry to cover a wide range during the remaining (lays of the session, moved a resolution susecsling lhat board of trade in all the larger indus- trial cenlres of Canada should he flsk- ed lo appoint.a committee to supply llie_committee ol enquiry with iufor- mation .relating la wholesale prices. ih indiistriiiL Life of C'an-1 Mr..Stevens thougbl Ihe committee in inaiisiri.ii i.m. to tlie spreaj 1 prices between manufacturer and consumer. Mr. Stevens' proposal met with con- Mnoun paid In uivijcaila for u' ,bc past Bve years and rale for each Veterans' Association aiU rall-; [or prev- ious five i. Average lale ol inlercst paid ou deposits during past li) years. It-Ales ot interest charged ou j commercial loans in Canada. a. Amounts written off property ac- cuunl during pas-l live years. 6. Total cosf of premises of each bsni.-. -The committee decided sil daily. _____. ______ _ I At tlie ueit meeting wiluesses ir> raie of bank inleresl on commercial elaminfd will include Dr. Mcpall, Also Ihe ultimate retail prices I c'03t commissioner; H. I1. 1 in ordinary relail stores to L.oiUS cnjcf Of stalialical branch, jjibujucrs, delivered, of such arliclea. I Qn suggestion ol Mr. Donahl That, the above lie. asked j Sutherland it was agreed to examine an i .i r.-t F i .-IT-..- nf pT np rl me ntal farms and Also average reutala for rcsiilenU of uorlting also average ____ ol experimental farms and inblie service so to as- 1 agricullural ciperlE with Hie ob- imilipp in its work. The jecl of arriving ol the cost ol proouc- lion of roodstufTs in Canada. STRIKE RIOT IN JANEIRO RIO JAXEI1IO. June persons were wounded in a nghl to- day, between police and strikers. Or- der was reestablished after the Oghi, bill the strikers continue. object Is to find oul ihe spread be- tween Ihc producer of common neces- sities of life and the price charged the consumer. Thai these committees asked lo report as early as poss- ible on ihese Items and to form sub- scnucnlly sucli other information as ihc-y may desire. U was made clear by reports. U will proceed at once with OTTAWA, examination ot witnesses concentrat- ing more particularly at first on the nuestion of loodstuffs. ceipts lor Ihc month rrl liny totalled This is J887.75S les.i than Ihe receipts for May'last year. To Be Big Issue DisctiEsetl VII..LA CAPTURE'S CHIHUAHUA'CITY WASHINGTON, June I'rivatt; advices received loda'y In Mexican circles said Fran- c'sco Villa's forces captured Chihuahua City yesterday. The advices were without official verification in official quarters a as Dispersal area. Winnipeg nrandou...... liegina Saskatoon Medicine Hat Calgary Eilmonlon...... I HiMll.TON, Ont. June niL-Jmissioners from practically every dis- i, ib-ltricl lii Iho Dominion were arriving Oniccrs. ,h. i.rcBbvtcrian BCU- 231 S 14 :in Ci! 0 35 ticrc today at the ticrc toay a eral assembly --.Tliicll opens Ibis after- noon. Committees were in session all mornlng- Aflcr-lhc-war problems have occu- pied the. attention .of the assembly during the Ihe war, but these, problems have now become an actual ity and definite will have lo be Extra siderable opposition on the score that the boards of trade would not acl. Mr. Nesbill, expressing Ihe. opinion that the proper way lo proceed was lo send for Ihe manufacturers and wholesalers and retailers to .give evi- dence, i James of Slrathcona, said the committee should bo'given power to bring jn a report before Iho liouse on ninny the public mind. Tlie Unreal in IndUo-. fial circles will he among llie chief subjects ot discussion. 'Many oul- ''standlrig problems of social recon- struction arc lo be considered, connection wilh the forward movement. Ihc committee which has done much valuable educational won-: met lasl night, and prepared an im- portant report for, Ihc assemlily- "WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN" AT COLONIAL THURSDAY ONLY The stur.liiis luorality play ''Where The Answer lo the Most'Vital Question of the Day Elev- tho fol- o nrorogucd and "a full report n.1 the fall session if one is held. After further, discussion, %Mr. ens'" resolution was adopted in t lowing Tbal, .with a view lo assisting this we. request tbe mayors of the following cities: Halifax, St. John Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Forl William, Port Arthur, Winnipeg, Itegina, Cnlgary, Edmonton, Thi Notice to the DANCING! won Epsom Downs.to- day. nnchan was second and Taper Money third. Thirteen rail. Great Event Revived LONDON, Juno Day. the world's greatest pljpular sporting eventj hag reinnieu after a. blank on Ihe British calendar for four years. The people ot'l-oridon will know it even II they dirt iiot read the. ncws- 1 niipers because with the early morn- ing Ihc population began a progress today and had tinge ot khaHI. King George. Queen Mary, with. Iheir son ami Princess iMary, drove from Iho'station in landaus. All theTainl- liaf fnces, from Iho Earl of Lonsdale, the dean o! English sportsmen, wear- ing bis silk hat, lo bookmakers from all parts of Ihc'kingdom were present. Ualn iegan to fall just before noon. This was favorable IP the course, whicb was very hard us Ihe result of tho lengUiy dry spell, and it Inld Ihc rtust on iho ro.-ids leading to EflBOin. 1C ElorlllllS luuirti.ij My Chiluren." will be olTercd nl lir Colonial for one day only, Thurs- day this lo the cxlen- sivc bookings of Hie Elm, the engage- ment-is necessarily llmlled lo one day was pro- of l.ols National ,The High River preheslra'bta. j In announce lhat Ihcy will give their i Last Dance of" the Season IN THE, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL FRIDAY, June 6] FROM 9.00 TILL i.io Kveryuoi'.y n'jlcomo. Don't nilsn lliis. bo lliore. The usual admissions prevail. "Tills' Isn'l a crowd, It's a saiil n French writer ol Derby Bay. If today's Victory Derby, as il is called, 1 reaches there .will he JOO.OOO within the race track. jJTlie people are travelling Ill-trains, busses, four-In-liands, delivery yrngons. lonkcy carls, on horseback, afoot and jy, airplane. Aviators have booked 100 passen- gers, who ure going to Kpgoni Downs allhouk.li the machines nrq (orblddcn io'fly within fivo'rn.llea of trto .course. Thousands camped last night' near Ihc race track, and .caterers" have Eloreil Ions of provisions there. Iheir supplies Including more llian bolllc.'L.o'l boer. Tho spectacle at lha race course from going to Ihc track by trainr and Ihrcalened lo spoil the day for thou sands of bollday-make'rs I King George Wins LONDON, Juno1 was wlltl reaches me lugn. waicr ULUJI; LONDON, men: will he 200.000 within the race track. I cnihuslasin nl the track when. King George's horso Viceroy won Hie sec- ond race on Ihc day's tho stewards handicap. U was the firsl raco Iho King had won since Ihc re- lucked, nothing or Iho pre-war color snmpllon oi racing' Are' My Children' duceil under the direction Weber, especially for the _ Council ot Public Morals. of Great Britain with Iho understanding Ibal Iho wero to be lo aud- iences composed only of adulls.' "Whcro Arc My Children" leaches lesson whlcli must bo taught- and tanghl fesrlessly-il the race is to sur- oiie of the most iwignanl scenes the play Is'wh'erc Ihc nistrict Atlor ncy-aJmlrably played by Tyrone years ol married life i! sllll childless. Never dreaming tba il was his wife's fault, he conceals bi disappolnlmenl uniil he learns th Ihls poinl on the stor dcals vilh the District Attorney s flgh for a letter standard ot mania morals. A special matinee wjll lie 20 oii'wiiile 100 lo 1 on less accompanied by parent! or gun Sir Douglas, Uoriolonous nnd Homeridion. Hay, and on Naples 50 lo 1. POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT TONIGHT Common Cause? y The Grealcs't Pholodrnma of Ihe Season Prices: c Children 97 "Your Honor, t withdraw my cliRrge.agalnsl llugll, FROM "COMMON CLAY" AT. TONIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME THE COMMON CAUSE" AT C01-6NIAL LAST Tho picture lliat everybody who h ccn. 13 ialkine nhonl, "The Comm 'inso" will bo shown (or positive ho last llmo tonleht al Ihe Colonl.l "Tho Common Cauae" is one of Oic nest features ever Been In this 6ily, ml haa been nllrar.llfig capacity Bi.d- cncoa al Ihe Colonial this week. It has been rightfully classed na Iho suc- cessor id "Hearts of The World." and prescnla In n sllrring manner Clvlllza- Ion's light for Freedom and Demo c'rncy. START.AND Mnurlcc Tourneur. celebrated mot Ion plfluro director, who has been ro sponsiblc tor.inany bt Ihc famous pro iliicllo'ns In chosen Pnrainonnl lo dlrecl. Aladaw Pctrova in her. lafcsl phtjloplaj "EsJlc" written cspccliilly tor' he from Ihe story of -Doll Wyltarde. Mr Tournelir dlrcctccl Mary llckford I "TheVoor Llttlo nich nnd als nircclcil Elsie Ferguson In her (Irs Arlrrcill picture. a stirring ailvenlur nnd irlll-to at ,lh ginrlanil Thcaiio on-Woilnesday an Also gdbtr-.cpincdlcs.. I _, I. Tonight and Tomorrow Prne. Petrova "fiilc" A Paramounl Piclure Ircmcndoua, soul-sllrring drama laid In scenes ol wild Or IcnUil splendor. Mme. Pelroins on .valol hislrlonic ntllity has never so fully answered he- call as when she vainly acelf lo snve (rom ilcntli Iho brutal unscrupulous husband .wh wronscd her. You simply nfns sec her. ALSO GOOD COMEDY A Wife Who Did Not Do Her Duty lo Her Hut- band. A Wife Wh> Did Not Want Children. A HiUband Who Did. A Wife Who Preferred the Socl.l Whirl Her HoTpe, .Husband, and Uphrlnjlng of Her Legitimate.Children. of the Unborn Children, ARE MY CHILDREN" is Jo the UNBORN -CHILD' to Ihe "WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN" Is a pholojr.ma Huib.nd and Wife MUST see, TRUE it It TRUE ,1 l< w. bul 1l a ilory WHICH BE RACE TO SURVIVE.' Plcaic lake notice of Ihe followlna under not admlll.a accompanied by or Matinee for Ladlei al 2.30. Two Showt at Nloht, 7AS and 9.30. 25c Night POSITIVELY SHOWN ONLY AT THE COLONIAL FOR One Day Oplj-Thurs. This Week U MPRE SC f AHNIt WARD Common Claj fj YOUR LAST CHANCE Mans Injustice Toward Erring Woman. "Wild Oats anil "Obse.l nkess. A Griing ricnsallonal !nlcrestlng--rU7. -TONIGHT Urania of -Man 9 injusiir.c. lowaiu Skelelons" Wllll Daid Frankness. A Gripping riensallonal ;