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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LKT.-limiUC.li. ALBKUTA'. I'MIDAY, Jl'XE 0. 1010 0 RESCIND ACTION CRERAR RESIGNS 0- O DEATH WATCH CONVICTED ST CATHARINES. June local Urcat Association clay its action ul ago and unanimously ue- against the Calgary n v which [avorcJ ml In- ,-rcafO in Llio war gratuity, lo SiVMO. and decided instead lo tnueavor lo secure pensions (or the disabled men. widows and children. TOUONTO, Juno Currell. Iho death watch on duly In Ihu cell of Kraut CullouKh, the condcmucd mur- dorer, on Iho. nlghl McCullough escaped from Iba Toronlo Jail was found guilty by yeslerday allcrnoon on a charge ot'a'.lllng McCullouih 10 oscire. strong recommendation, tor v mercy wn mado tho jury on CurreU'3 bfhalt. Currell wi! allowed to be at liberty on bill to appear before 4. Judge Coaliworlh nen nesuay tor sentence. Denies Iteporl Ernanatinif From Rcgina lo Resume 0. R. T. Viw-l'resiilency View is TJial Eastern Jlanufiicliircrs Have Won Their Demands POSITION DOES NOT AKFKCT CABINET I'OST NOT EXPECTED WEST WILL HE SATISl'TEl) Name of It. Mclvor Liberal Convention, Hut Decide to Wnil TILL, Al'TEH NATIONAL CONVENTION IN AUGUST (Sycrial lo llie MACLEOD, June 'June 6lh, 1P10. was n src-it Jay tor Liberals of tho IcderaU constituency ot Mac- leod. Alter showers ol the prer- ious evening, thu sun shoue brisht. but. Ibo delegates added lo ihe Bhiro ot llio noon-liar sun with their bright, smiling faces. Prom the north lo the south anil cast to west Ihey came Jn cars, and were In Ihc. hall to the mini her of 100. -A partial list In given: HillE'ooio: W. Ilobinson, J. lluslard; 1'lncher Cresk: II.. llossonliDrry James llobcrlson. W. A. Fraier. II W. Tucker; Dry Fork: J. Levcrne. 11. A. Cyr; Spring Illilge: S. Moorer; J'ra'rlo View: T. Hammond, .1. t'. McNellls; Chiriman Creek: A. Monslo McNcllls; Chlpman Creek: A. Monglon, A.'Thlbldeau; Cowlcy. Mrs. li. jin. D.-11. Mclvor. K. Mc- Jtiorson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. SIcMlock; 1 lleuuvte: J. J. Skoeno; Daly Creek: J. H. Marsh; Olsen Creek: A. Andcr- eon; Jumbo nook: J. Uyer; Granum: J. B. Slew- art, Vandervool; Cliresholm: W. Moffatl, S.- M. Ferguson, C. _ K L. Irwin, T. C. Milne. O. Carney, J G. Ferguson, 0. Nejson, J. Nelion, Gcotgo'Lieil, J- J- Vafice: TJlalrmoro: b J. H McMutll, Dr. Oli- J Her; Tennessee: J. Dennoll. Leslie- 11. Fray, Edmund La rjrette; Cowloy, No. 5C: Q. Cra'wtbnl, P. S. Durlos; Cowley, Ko 8: -Mrs. H. BoulWctte, J. Carnoy, .Ko, Ilarolil McClelland; Oranhnv. N. Holmes; Frank: C. 'K.'Johnson. H. Mossier; Blalrmore; Caul. Boebe; llellcvne: J. H." llolierlson: Ulll- rrcst: Joseph JlcMullen; High Hlver: Will lie Given Five Days to Sign Or Iteject the Con- dilions D Tliley, Sterling, .1. Short, F. 1, Hurnell; Cayley: It. Dalllhunly; Watcilou: D. Qlllen, -J. Malonoy; Macleod: T. H. Stcdman. Aloj. Me- I.cod. .1. Olnfdoon. J. J. Durko, H. Hackell. J. -Morash. A- largo number wore present that rlttl nol arrlvo In time tor rejlsu-a- tlon. Tho credentials commllleo re- ported all present dclcsnles. Some- one asked If those who voted Union were entitled lo bo a delogalo Ihere. TnB chairman roplled: "Tho reporl Is that all hore are Liberals and nro unending a Liberal convenllou. and I'-MHS. the council ot'tour met Ihls uioruinB Premier Orlando ol-Italy, was ab- sent. This led to tho uellct that ihe Adriatic Question wf.s again under consideration. II Is under- stood thai no lurlher progress has been made by the various ele- ments working In tho solution ot this problem. Musi Accept or Reject 1'AnlS. June (Associated When Ihe Germans aro handed (he allied reply to their counter-proposals Ihey will be in- formed-, according lo French cir- cles, that the diicusilon has been finally closed unit will bo given no less than Ihreo or more than five daya In vrlildl to accept or reject Iho terms. Count-TOU Tlroi-kdorif-Hariliau, lie: head of Ihe German peace mission; Is eipeoled to leavo im- to confer with Vhlllpp' .Schledemann, tho (Icrnlan chancellor! If it is dccld- thai Germany shall sign tho -treaty, the' coii'ril'will- return to Versailles..: :ItiQerraahy. refuses to slfh, riotlficitlon of.hcr refusal will he ienl from-Berlin, it Is said. tb St. ST; dEilMAlN, June Dr. Karl Ilenrier, chancellor ol Gorman-Austria and hetcl of peace dele- gation, who, with flve-delegates is having, ILL Fcldekerc.il, a conference wllh Dr. Haiicr, thtrCcrmau-Austrtan foreign minister, Is eipecled lo arrive hero tomorrow. Willon Satisfied With Treaty IMT11S, June nm OTTAWA, Jun; is an- nounced thai the western Union- itts will have a caucus on Mon- day to decide as to their nttl- tudc. TOHONTO. June Globe. I under the hejiling "Adequate prelec- tion wins." "There will he anger in I the wesl and among Ihe friends of j tariff refoim in Ihe east because of i Sir Thomas While's failure lo deal of Hon. r. comprehensively wiih Ihe tariff lu its "f lo The OTTAWA, June T. of agriculture- In the Union.government has resign- ed, owing to dilferences v.'ilh thi government over the budget pro- posals. Resignation AccepUd OTTAWA, Jur.R resignation as minister of get decs not contain as much tariff reduction as the -west wants, it con- tains more than most ol the of the Dominion expected. "While the budget will nol he lo the liking ot sonic of Hit, manulac- CTTAWA, June Sena- tor Robertson, minister of labor, denies the current report eman- allng from Reglna that he is about to resign from the govern- ment In order to resume hit du- ties as vice-president of the Or- dsr of Railroad Telegraphers. "The position li Senator Robertson "Id. "I resigned my position EixVlce-prctldint of the Order ol Railroad Teltgraphert, but, althounh 1 have sent In my resignation, I was re-elected vice- preslucnt. I, however, have been given of absence by tho Order of Railroad Telegraphers so long ai I hold olfica in the government My re-election to the vice-presidency dots not, therefore, affect my position in Ottawa." 1LW10LI UP1HMU.FJU Understood Veterans Have Is. sued Ullimntum That Food Must'Be Supplied NO CHANGE IN- Endeavor to Hcconcile DilTcf-i LOCAL SITUATION to Ottawa Named But No Can- didate i.clnful lie Iiciptul enl to the convinced thai our trealy project vio- lates none. o( rhy urlnciplcV'. Presi- dent WOlscn la quoted by Ins Matin as having said when ho ac- quainted with ibe German counter- proposals lo inc. peace Ireaty. "if- I held'n contrary opinion, would oot liesllMe Lo confess It, and luring industries, -it Hud it ought to 1 farming industry." Protection Maintained MONTHAL. Juno on the tariff-announcement llio Gai- ellc says; 'The tariff proposals should re- celvo general acceploncc. Sir Thomas White has succeeded lu sonic degree at leas' in siitlslyln'g Lhe mcmhera of northwest farmers, without weaken- ing Ihe stability of industries.. Tho protection principle is retained as the basis ol the fiscal policy concurrently with a not insignificant reduction of custom lasallon and the promotion ot empire trade." Won't Out., June C.'-Com- roBntlnff on'the budget ol Sir Thomas tho Kliwsitor says: "Tho tariff cat is out of tho hss and it is pretty much llio kind of aneora that had been.promised! "Summed up, (he finance, minister has altemplcd lo.rarry out his prom-1 iso lo inlroduce lo Uilcase everybody and as is customary with such allempls, he has nol succeeded. Ho has probably satisfied the mauuiac- turers of .Ihe east who arc assured of adcquale protection'; but he has cer- tainly failed Lo satisfy the demands ol with the government on the budget nnd on that Issue tendered his would endeavor to corr aro welcome. The resolutions committee, of wnlch Mrs. Hammond was a member, re ported Iho following resolution: "Wo, Ihe .'convention resolve thai wo deeply deplore Iho clcilh ot mir lale Illustrious leader, tho night Honorable Sir Wilfrid Lnurler, who was for upwards ol'thirty years our, loromost Canadian statesman, and who until his lamenled 'dcalh dlrcd-l ed and moulded Lhe destinies of our, country, and Ihnt a cojiy ot Ihls reso- lution bn ncnl to Uurlcr, Ot- Carried by a ilaBdlni roto. No Cindldalo Named The seloctlng'iof a poslponcd until- liter the report trom Ottawa Is received, when another convenllon will be called and a clndldato'selaoloil hT that conven- llon. 'Although D. spoka on Ihn politlcil situation lodiy and tho error. Tho treaty as drawn up, however, entirely conforms with my U polnls." the June from head of OmiV, to the allied proposals has received-by the French for- eign office. It Is underslnod lhat the answer li in the main a satis- factory acceptance of the pro- 1 Admiral Kolchak's feply, how- tverr makes reservation! concern- ing a constituent assembly snd also in respect Jo dealing new slates from the old. Russia. TAG DAY SATURDAY (TOP. IMS MEREST! Owing to Default, by Company j Already'Paid. I -T j (SpetlM to IffrRlJ'i MEDICINE HAT, Alia., June 5. the. Liberal convention here today a committee was appointed to meet and confer wllh the execu- tive of the U. F. A- of rldlr.g with a view of reconciling any dif- ferences in policy which may exist The committee Is compoi- td of W. M. Stokei of Pearson- vllie, Ceo. Thompson of Alderson. E. C. Mailman of Acadla Valley, Nell Rois of Cereal, Q. 1-. Fraier of Medicine Hat and Ed. O'Connor of Ranchville. Delegates wera also appointed lo attend the Auguit convention of Liberali In Ottawa. The matter of selecting; a candid- ate was left over until a later date. Tomorrow (Salurday) Ing day. when Ihe Sir Alcxan- dcr Gait Chapter, I.O.D.B., will Is Satisfied VANCOUVER. June conver s- uer The has won the first endeavor to raise money lo en- round at Ihc Uriff battle. And as lo (hen: to carry out plans Iho viclors belong the spoils, so Ihc eastern manufacturer must, ji pny throv.gli the nose in Ihe incoine lax. On the whole, the budget mecls Ken- reqiiiromcuts in a statesmanlike nshlon. It conccdi-a reasonahlv he farmers' demands and i! ur rged Iho dclegitos on relurnlnn home urg to organlie all the country. that Reported Two" Sections Near Town Sold at That Cropa Look Good (From Our Own VULCAN, June had R mos rofroihfng, drenching and soiklni here last Thuriday will prellmintrles during liro prdTlou dlTs "oil U till made a chungi lo (Continued on Page Five.) which will Ihe soldiers' lilot at the public cemetery a hcdutiful siHjl- No more worthy ohjecl than roilld he imag- ined, and tlie loggcft are as- sured a splendid reception. REGINA, June to de- fault of Ihe Grand Trunk Pacific In.meeting Itt'debenture interest, the Saskatchewan government has been obliged to step Into the breach and pay interest with re- tpecl to line bonds guar- antied by the provincial govern- nitnl, it was announced by Prem- ier Martin. The amount paitl was CHATHAM FIRE CHATHAM. X. B-. June Fire ast nlsht damaged Ihc larie general alorc ami warehouse of A. and II. (he sample room ol the Ter- minal Hotel and dwelling houses od joining. The loss is estimated at ?lt, 000. BAYUDA'W WON June Iro.m London announce that the Oaltcs Slakes at Epsom Downs today "was won by Bavunaw, entry o! Ixvdy Dong- 1IAL1FAX. N-.' S., We Cunarri.liner Mauritania- arrived S.S07 other inchiding-.-tlie. baltalion for 75lh and 102nd blttalidns [or for- onlo anil tho 54th battalion tor- Hamilton. The steamer made tho' voyage In five ileyfi. Ma'jor-Gen. Archibald MacDoimell K.C., C.M.G., D.S.O.. Lqglon-oC llouor Alexandria older, who" went oversea it the Slrallicona Horse who TVOS promblcd to the commam of the 7th Infantry" Brigade, and in Juae 1917, io the command ot Ihc 1st Cnuaillah Division, -was accompanied uy Lady MacDonnell. and daughter. the officers arriving on the ship were: M.U. No. 2: JlajorXSen. Sir H. K. Burstall; 51.D. Ko. 3: Brlg.- Gen G. S Tuxtoid, Moose Jaw; No. 4; IlrlB.-Cen. C. ThacKer; Ural. I. Ilurris, Selkirk. Lieut. M. Scott, Vnncuuver. Victoria: Nicholson. I.ient. I. N. Major, Lieut. N. lltdgowny Wll- STRIKE SITUATION IN TABLOJD Winnipeg li In the 23rd day of the strike, and the sltulllon Is reported to bs moi'i ilralntd than at sriy previour drle. Tha local Trades and Labor Coun- cil will probably consider the- ilrlke situation it Ihclr rcjular meellng next They ore awaiting definite news from Winnipeg. In Calgary Ihe right has cfevtl oped largely Inlo a question as te the rc-lnllatement of ths poilal workers. All quiet In Vancouver, tie-up of the meat ihopi due to tho strike of cullen li having tome effect. The itrlke iltimtlon today li very much the lame as It has been 1 for Iho past week with the excep- tion lhat In Winnipeg a delermfr.- 'ed effort Is tild to have been made by a large committee of the veterans lo thai food supplies arc not cut off- It Is staled lhat the veterans have Issued in matum to the striken lhal the ler- vices which supply-food and the necessities must be kept up or the -veterans will lake drMtlo action. 1... 'Locally there Is nothing .new. disposition itlll remains.-.to- wait wstch until something breaks In Winnipeg. The poilal illuatlon is not aggravated here. nt ,nono of the postal workers went olit. This li now ths prln- clpal bone of contention In Gal-., nary- Vancouver Walks VAN'COU-VFH, JUUB talked lo work loday, (he union street car men having voted to Join Ihe locu! slrllie here in sympathy with the Wir.- nlpeg walkoul. General Strike Dead TORONTO, June 5.--Thero Is lillle chanKO In Ihe labor stlualion here tti- Ftlll out llfllPERMLethbridge Liberals Name Delegatesto Ottawa Convention But no Candidate to organize all the country. 10 crs, showing any active signs ol n, vjltlemenl. The Vlekcrs iluallon is tightening up and Ihu. non seem to be preparing for an of-: tensive figtu. No new strikes have been" pro- ON dark hut everything'Is up (o DEATH OF EXM..P. LO-SnO.V. Ont., June. Joseph Henry Marshall, registrar o! ..Iho county of-Mlddlesei nnd an cx-inom lier ot parliament (or Knst Middlesex In the Conservative intcrcsla, iliu tlili morning. He was.CS yenrs ;c.clcd, bul an efforl Is being made jring out all Melal trades on Hit icallon ot Ihc 44.-hour week, No Strike Yet at Victoria VICTORIA. June 5.-----So action lo bring on a general strike here was laken hy' Ihe strike committee last nlghU Another mec-llng will he held on Salurday nlghl when sdmo action might ho InVeu. No Trouble at Vancouver Wild rumors were going about Ihe clly Ihls inom'ng regarding- the rlols nt Vanconvof. lleporls over tho wires state that everything la as o.llm aild quiet as n .__ v ijon'tinucd'on Poeo fin- ;