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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VULUMK LKTllimilHlIi. ALBKIffA, SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1910 f- EXPECTJARLY STRIKESEl Endorses Local Member's Stand Sides Anxious to Find Basis To Bring Strike to Early End New Immigration Law .Makes it I'ossible To Get Hill Of Ked Element ACT NOW VEKY IN SCOl'K The following t.Hgr.m w.j sent on Thunday lo A. Buchanan M.P. by the Lelhbrldge Federated Trades: r. "Ths member, ol the Federated Trades, and C.r Lelhbrldge, htartlly endorse Ihe iland you tnok.ln the Houie on Ihe 3rd Insl. In reference to the tolullon of the labor prob- lim and tariff They lhorouBMy urge you lo use ill your Influence lo carry the'io vital millers Ihrovgh lo a successful issue. "QEO. 6. PRIESTLEY, EecreUry." --------------0 i Caiindlan Packing Concern Al- OTTAWA. JUDO 7.-TM lion Ml. as amended by the Mil which became law _ pro Tides Ibat Immigrants (torn Ihc Unli ci! Kingdom who beloug lo ine- I urrhlsllc classes may bo deported, in' waller what Ibelr period of residence in Canada may have boon. Tliis point ;s made clear by the Immigration do jiarlmcnt. The purjioio of the bill, it la poinlca inn. is lo remove any possibility of. misunderstanding as lo scope o[ lhu clauses respecting prolilbilcd classed (he wording of Iho preceding arl liav I Ing given rlEO lo some doubl. The only persons .who may nsl be dsjisri ed lire Ibosc who arc Urllish sub' jecls, either by reason or birth in Action on Irrigation Soon Pres. Marnoch is Optimisticj; 'f AMERICAN FORCES OUT OF RUSSIA SHORTLY Jane i-ordlnE ILe revised arran ce- ments, all tlie American forces will be withdrawn from Ihc north Russian front and will be ready for salllog by ihe last of June. Declares Slrike Parades Illegal-City Swears i, 20001 To H.ve B, f! Special Police to' Enforce Ordcr-Cily Provides Milk: Trades, Council Will Discuss Strike; on in Other Western Cities and in Mine Strike. Hought Space lioal AUSTRALIAN MEAT FRQM CANADA Hopes to be able to Arrange Before Leaving for-Old Country llial Further Surveys Will be Proceeded With This D. A. Execu- liye to Meet Hon. Mr. McLean and Hon. Mr. Mitchell Here Monday, rt-'iicvltil lo The Herald) KDMGNTON. Juuo G. H. Mar- mjch, president of llic Lethbridgc Board ol Trade aurt chairman ol the jecis, Cliner reason 01 uirni in uoaru 01 J raue uuu i_iiuiniiuu ui mi.- Oan.ida or aliens who have been nal-1 Irrigation Developmcul Association of uralized in Canada. In (bo latter Southern Alberta with ruse, ;t naturalized ?.ilcn can not lie (Icjiorlcd- unless he lias first naturalized1. naturalizati lL IE understood, wi mediately. ridge, was In the city ycsjer- dny in coimecUou Irrigation millers affecting the south, and in the course of all interview he said: "After meeting Hon. Archie Me- Lean nnrl Hon. Chas. Jlilchall in Cal- 1 taltcil oyer Irrigation milters i Of 21 Jlpurs as Protesting Exec- ulirjii of.Eevint, Red Editor Friday hero with Premier Stewart who Is leaving almost, immediately 01- Ollawu. There is every reason to lope'now lhal; at tills visit, such an understanding will be reached wiih the minister of the Interior as will nl low'tliiJ further''surveys-lo bo pro ccedcd wil'i without further "delay. "I sincerely hope (hat all the mem burs of tho eicciilivs ol the Irrigation Pevelqpmcnl Association, .wn'om Jlr Dunham, tbo vice-chairman; lias ed to come lo Lelnhrldso'on' Monday to meet the minister wi juae greater Berlin soviet, which dominated by Practical prolctaifat elemc-nt', lias ordered a 24-hour general strike In proleat against the ex- ecution at Munich on Thursday ut .I.evine NiEsen, tha UaVArian com- ruuQlsL leader. of Uio large shops were closed this afternoon and the sur- face and subway lines, will tt is expected, bo In operation Ht any time on Sat- urday. ud the provincial muy bo ble lo be lo nicci lljose gen- leraen. 1 "The lime has come now, after op-j declare ou Imo that the thai it is hlgli Alberta Government shouhl iti respollslblliliea i to us In thin mailer, anil lhal we feel I that a gran: error v.ill be coinniittcd i against our iuleresls if the tentative offer o( Uje Dominion to iirovide, Ihrough (he medium of tho Albcrla'ftovcrnmenl which makes the IFUVS under which the projects will bo lUanaKcd, Ibe monies that will lu; necessary lo bring Ihesc projects lo practical issues is not accepted. It would bo well if some of our represen- tative business men woulil lake the opportunity ou Monday to" state llieir views lo Hie minislers. "1 am leaving on Friday night and hope lo able to advise the members of-Ure I.-D. A. be- fore 1 leave for tbo Old 'Country that the surveysjjre to be gone on with. Slates Against 1'nblica- lion Until. Germans Have Signed Document and M. Honors Awarded to Large Nutnhci of Officers June (Canadian As- soclnlcd Press.) The following is Iho list of Ijlrtlulay honois Canadians: v Companions of the Ilalh: Major- Cicn. William Lindsay. Engineers; >lrfg.-0encral3 llcrbcrl Thacker, John r'mlmry, Kdward Illllani. ftayinond llnrlincl. Alphonse I'ancw Colonels Anjus' McDonnell. Hallway Corps; .John Charles Wyldo, Medical Corps. Companions of SI. .Michael anil St. tlcorge: Ilrigadlcr Hohcrl W- I'nlter. son, John Arthur Clark, llobert Percy AndfrTw McNauchtoir. Col. Ilal- ilano llerljlicrg; I.lcul.-Colonela Har- old Malhcws, Jamos KlrXcnldy. Sara. ucl Anderson Wed Uslcr, McLauclilln, Percy Mnntnsiie .Tamos llalslon, Joseph HogerR, rllffc Watson, Kdtvanl Waybnd llrigMJcn, Swetney, Colonels Ucrnnrd llnmblc-, William i.McKlnnon; l.lcul.- Colonels OCOCKO Oow, Allan Ilankin, }'rcilcrlck Hnll. lirrlnc Slonc. Charles Sherman, Ktenr Popo, Thomas Olb- Ucorge Casscllfl. Col. AngllS-MclJoriuell is wtll-known to many I-elhbrfdgo people. By General Labor Federation- Hope To Get G. B. To Act Also PAIUS, Juno slrlke sit- uation wns unchanged Ibis morn- ing. While a few of Ihc smaller walkouts have been selllcd lo llie satisfaction of tho workers, sev- eral freah ones have brokeji out. Tho principal strike movements are.in the transportation and metal Industries, seemingly as (or oil as over. 1'ARIS, Juno general labor federation has Issued 'a "long proilh motion Indorsing strikes wblch nre now t'olng at Ihe same lime exhorting the sirikers 'to keep Ihi movement on a purely professions ;round, not concerning tbemsclvj with a progrsm ot social claims aucl as Amnesty, demobilization, no nrl ary Intcrvonllon abroad and a quick Heeds the Mem hers Object lo the Labor Favored TORONTO, Juue 7 vntering of slock and other fraud ent practices by'which Ihf peopl iro bled were words In n rcporl pr cented (o Iho Anglican synod of III diocese of Toronto today which wcr tnkon slrong objecllon lo by dr-legales, who declared lhal Ihe me were being condemned by 11 jynod (or watering slock would pro ably be asked lo contribute town he forward movement of the enure Tha synod went on record In favor of labor bttng adeuualEly remuncraled and co-opcrallon of cnpllal mill labor. EKMAN HEAD TO 11BRLIN; AUSTRIAN HEAD ARRIVES and lasting poacs, set forlh the fcdsrallon's national conimlllos, which alono hns a mandate lo urso social programa. Tho proclamation announces tlial llegnlcs will visit nil provincial con- Irss during tho coming week lo sot fordi Iho federation's program to touu and country worktra. Ilrltlsh Inboi, orjanizMlbns bavins PARIS, June American delegation peace confer- ence is apparently firm In itc de- clilon not the-publl- calion of peace treaty until It is-slgnjd and not evtn to communicate the officlaMesi In Itc present-form to Iht United .States Gbes 10 VERSAILLES, 'June T.-K-'onnt TOI Brockdorli-ltanlzau, head of Ihc Oer- man 'peace delegation, left Versailles ast evening lor Gcrnumj-. I ftenner in St. Germain ST. GBIUIA1N, Juno Karl (ho Austrian chancellor and leolpt his nation's delegation to the >eace: congress, arrived here today after'his visit to i'eldKierch. lyhere he bad betll in conference- with Aus- rlan government representatives from 'ienna. Dr. nenno7 was accompanies by lUchard Schullcr and Herr Sternbalk, lechnlcal counsellors ot Ihe delesa- Lion. Peace Committees June nil the commissions of the peace couterence were In session loilny. .Tha acllvlly was duo to llic decisions issued yes lerclay by the conference leaders (hat the work of the body should be speed cd up os tar as possible. Tho council of four tbis mom ing and conlinuwl Us consideration of Ihe coiinter-nropwals. The commis- sions which held sessions included Ihoke on norts and waierwaya, respc-n- slbllily, BclElum and Alsacc-l.or.-aine. Peace Terms Impoiiible LONDON, Jnue ill- obilily lo meet Ihc financial demands of Ihc allied peace lerms and tho iu- ability of Ibo allies to make her pay arc Insisted upon by Dr. Dernberg, Ihe (iorman nilnislrr uf (inance. iu an Interview (elrsraplieil by Iho Dally Mall's Ilerlln correspojidonl. .Dr. Uernberj says n-1 a mailer ol facl neither the entente nor German) Private advices received by tlie Herald this afternoon from Winnipeg indicated thai' tlie crisis was past and both sides arc now looking for an early set- tlement of the general strike. Winnipeg's strike, which siirt- ed three weeks apo Thursday, Is now In HE 24th day, and II appearc ID have reached (he Ghow-dawn phase. The calling out of the and milk wagon drivers and dairy wc-rkert has resulted in a tightening.up of organization on either Parades by slrlksrB have been prohlbiled by Mayor Gray, and a force of 2000 police- men, has been sworn in lo pre- serve Ihe order. The cily council haE also determined to supply milk to the citizens, and milk sta- tions have been opened In all schools. The returned soldiers are playing a greater part In the events there than during the first couple of weeks. In Lelhbridge It ii hardly likely that any further consideration will be given the general etrlke until next Wednesday, when the regular meeting of tb; Tradet Council will be held. At that time- It is expected action will be taken pro'tfsl agalntt the summary .7. jf ,-j EXPRESS MEN BACK been s moil here, who have out on a sympathetic strike, have gone bach to work. Relails of Ihe resump- lion of sbipmeuls will be found on page 7. Ihelr order of WtAnesday. ordering nil union handlers of foodslufls lo go on strike. Mayor Gray suid Ibat milk OTTAWA, June th. coil el living conference today, Mr. M. H. Stevens moved that the mayor o( Vancouver be wired to the ef- fect that Information had been received lo the effect that a ihlp had arrived at Vancouver tram Australia with cold slonga vacant and that this spaeo had been bought up by a Canadian packing concern lo prevtnt trallan meat ibelng [mporled. The mayor was asked to'maka enquiries and report. The motlan' was carried. Mr. Slovene added Ihey had been Informed that thlt wai a common practice. worKert" In o'ffier Locally 'the rnlrie tlrike Is very quiet. A'Lethbridge report in the District Ledger) the miners' own paper, lays: "Unfortunately we have a (ew 'scabs In this.camp, but we ore go- Ing, to win .but. TKe operators here are whining over the fact that there II going to be a lot of coal brought In from the United Which they tell la ing mlnid by 'union iniiitn.' Such a At Vancouver street rail- way men have on slrlke, hut the illu'allo'n there It quiet. There ii no'.change Ir. thl silu- atlon" In Calgary. Etfrnonlcn and Saskatoon are tha came. VcU Demand Showdown (lly Assoo'.ated Press.) Juno slrl sllualion seemed lo he completely re Labor leaders who have pub llcly and aggressively attempted l( combat every federal, provincial ant municipal attempt to-restore Iran qullity in Winnipeg were ask-ns 'To It was leiirned al th city hall. More than 4.6W) Winnipeg veteran of the' grfeul war. Including scores o officers nnd hundreds of union men after standing at attention in the and torium. this afternoon, nnd slngln Save-llic pledged them selves and tlicjy-resources lo malnlr.l law and" order and I ilamp out'TlolshcVlsnl Rnd anarchy stations would be opened in all pub lie school hullillng; and that "ado- j ruiale prolccllon would bo Increase Low Wages _ TOHO.VTO, JI'JIG Toronto Civic Employees' Union has asked Ihc clly lo bring up Iho wkges of- the cra- ploycea who are the lowest paid men in the civil service, by nddlns at least a week to their pay. Some of the men In question are said i to receive only ?1G to.U7 a weeV- Quiet in Vancouver OTTAWA, Juno depart- ment hns been advlbed.Uial the silua- lion In Vancouver is quiet. 'Mayor Gale has issued a statement declaring! PARIS, June a four- Ibdl law and bclng-malulain-1 noljr meeting it which ed. The Vancouver is j peruiiUins the operation 'of: jitceys j to provide mean's of trarisporfntlfrrf place ot street cars, with _the eiccption.of meat stores, arc said to Eight Hour and Increased Wages For Underground Men bo open. .Deadlock in Montreal MONTKEAL, June. of he barbers' strike, irlllch will prob- be settled on llie locill abor dlspulea appear lo. Lave reached deadlock. Xo move was- mtdc'-TeiT. erday in ihe alrlVe. slluitlon at Vlckers planl. A deadlock alio ratals t the glove works as Trell as it the Canadian Coniolldaled tlubber com. The carters arq becoming rest- oss by. Bcllpn ol '-an alleged violation of agreement by some ot- the employ- er! and steps ore beins laten lo try o settle maltcre Linemen Strike NEW CHILEANS, La.. June 7 Cable and Mucuicn of the telegraph and cable companies, members o[ tin International Brotherhood o[ Blcctrlca Workers of the World, went ou strike todar in sympathy with Western litl- Ion Commercial Telegraphers' Unifin o( Americn members. -Union ofllciala jlalmed only 17a men report For 'miptster .of Jsbar, presided, -an agreement waBoreached" between the and the Department du Nord .Mlnc'i. and Ihc delegatu mlneri, which terrninated .the strike which' has been In .existence, i for aeveral days. The eight-hour day, which .tha men had demanded, .will go Into .effect June .16. The day will In-, elude.a half-hour's- rert for under- ground and 'alto increas- ed wager The decision as .regards'. the minimum wage le 1o left to the M. Colllard. (rom Ihc forces o( labor. It was slalecl nt the Uoard of Trade Ibnt hundreds of union men were capable ol flgnlnc peace. Ucrrnany can nol jiay and. the en tcnlc can not make Oermflny pay- You Invnne Oermsny nnil occupy the ready-lo relurn to work rlesnlle con- trary orders froni Ihe sticks commit- Kingston Slhndard Occlitrcs In- come Tax Increase Cornea V Too l.alc illlhr basin and nobody will Bland In your way if yon wish to conie. .'German Assembly Metis Thursday 1IKR1.1X, June German nat-1 as soon ns. they wore assured prolectlon." The soldiers' mass meellnj! passed CAN, PROFESSOR APPOfNTED WASII1XOTOM, Juno ap Potntmcnt .of .Kvncsl F. Uarkor, of Western Unlrcrslly, London, Ont.. ;o (he research fellowship honnl, which will promolo filndamenlcil rescurcli on Vhyslca ami chemistry, wart announced today by Iho national research coun- cil. llrlEISH W decided lo make a similar cfforl, Iho I (cderallon has nsked thorn 10 coor- dinate tho action of the two proletar. June T.-DUeui- which loyolly supported the Union government while the uar wtis nnflcr wny, nuilcr Iho heading "Fooling the eay4 in part: Ihflt Iho wnr Is over and the war profiteers ore no longer busy r Ik lug In- Iho profits from (heir (at conlracla. Iho Eovcrnmn.nl nt Ottawa comes blithely nlong nnd Increases llic resolutions demanding that the author- ities Immediately.arrest nml punish nil persons responsible for the ElrJkd fill- in Winnipeg, who have allempl- ional nsacinbij has been cnllcd to meet overtfiroTv consliliiliqnnl goyern- i-. LITTLE MOTHER OF RUSS REVOLUTION IN TORONTO TOIIONTO, Macl.imo Cath- arine frnnd- mollicr" of tho KiLSRlaii rcvolnlion-, nr- rired In Tnrnolo ycilcrrlay. She will leiituro In Bi "ic.iLlon Hal University l unit week. few months nt Icust 10 citizens have been killed In Ireland by soldiers or conslabica under clrcumslancca found by-coroners''JiitlcB to bccrl ffll- ful murder. Tills chnrgo is matlc. in llic rcporl on observallons by Frnnk 1'. Wnlsli, >llchael J.- llyaii nml-Kdward V. Dllfinc, 'ilclogalei of the Irish eoc- lellcs in Iho Unllcil Slales. Tho re- port, which wns Inado pulllft tonight, wnS sent lo I'roildcnl Wilson nlour; ncomo tar. mid tho excess proflla lai, loo lain lo reach or lo touch any of Ihc tremendous profits (hat have Dccn made during tho war. These profils hare gone lo swell Iho Iliconics. of Ihoso iwlrlnls who served (heir slaying homo nuil making hundreds prr conl. prnfll nnd more whllo Ihc boys al Iho (rout were mak- ing (holr ililscrablo dollar Ion .1 day. Tho whole Ihins Is such n gh.islly fnrcu. alter (hla four years of war, mlghfhn jallgh.iblc were It not so ser- ious, hut R nil helps lo explain why wo have Itolshevlsni In the.land today In Yi'cimnr on Thursday, June 12. '_ The nljhl WASHINGTON, June 7-Aanilnis- Irallon officlols liellevc President Wil- sons reply to the scnato resolulum asking (or Ihc peace Ireay wllh Cer- many will be that it Is not compatible with llie public interest to furnish tho Icil at this time. The' belief was strengthened by dls- palchea loiby Irom 1'arl! saying Ihe American peace dclesalo IB apuaront- ly firm 111 ils decision not to authorize, publication ol the Ircaly until It Is clened, allrns'' also was urged. 'of "all iintloslrnble Only About' in George Coming LONDON, June Olympln sailed today with 5511 Canadllnl, Including the final unlit of th> 4lh Division. The Royal Oeorne also carries 15EO, which leave! only about for repatriation or discharge here. Nearly troops were 'repatriated during May. NOVK Scotia Minister, is. Onl NaniD Mentioned For The Position HAMILTON7. June, ll.ev. I lui win.. j Dr. John rringlc, ,Svd-j ney, X.S.. was unanimously clotted modoralor of Iho General Preaby- lOBtBEClllEI) lerian Assembly ;il Ihc opcn'ng scs- Jlayor Charlffl t'. Gray addressed slon in St. rani's rhnrcli, Col. Prill- mass .meeting and Raid Ihc clt> wanlcd speclnl conslables from the ranlis ralurued soldiers "lo protect hoheal labor from Intlmida- MOIL, lo provide. food for nil claF-ses. and lo safeguard every branch of mu- nicipal mid civil life." Will Beard Strikers A roaring response: "VVt are ;il gle's was llic osily name suu'mltli'il to the assembly, the nnminnllon licing made by Principal McKinnon. Ilali- tax. with 1'rinriynl Unlrd. Winnipeg, as Ihe seconder. In accepting the honor conferred nrinli him, the now niodernlor slrli-d Hint he foil Ihat the nfw ptiiitfon caruc lo him as a mark of recogn'tif n for hi? worji In. lonely places ntul in (''landers your followed tlie mayor's requefl. The clly will pay Ihe con- Thanks lo Grand Old Man N I Vrinr In Illp 1-lpClion tlf (he 1 wllh Iho demand thiit llie vtlnca con- i nnd why liie pivernmcnf' Is1 i (creuco luvMtljalc the Irish .incslioii. I loiiiit tho confidence of Ihe people. MONTEAOUE WITH 692 OTTAWA, June has ft been rcciivcd at Ihc mlllllr, fj depnrdncnt (hat Hie Hner' ft Monloagle, wllh 602 momber.l -v ot the Wnndlan Siberian ex- pcdldonary force on hoard, will reach Vnncouver on or about v Juno 23. Sho carrlei ofII- c.ers, 601 olhcr ranks and 39 1 patients. stable a n The mass rrie'olmg dacidcd lo ap- point a conimlllee to visit the slrlke icartqdarters In Ibo labor Icmple and o demand Ihat'tho leaders Im- meil'alcly'annoiince Ihclr stand on th i Prior lo Ihc election of Ihc new moderalor. llcv. Dr. t'olln fletclicr, the grand old mr.n of Canadian I'res- bylcrlnnlsnl ynfl relirine nioderalor, prcnclitd hh rellrlne, sermon. Thanks were d trp Ur. Klolchtr fof h's metl'nlely annoiince on me i were vuiLiniKii m ,u; ocnl food sitilitldn.and Iho1 alira ques-[ valuable services, Dr Campbell I-AIIIB, June Capl. Punck. of "the Austrian army, has been Incd ani srnlcnccil In dealh ns a spy-by u court niarlhl here. U. appears- Capt. Kunck w.13 ill Paris before Ihe war began nnd remained in (he city IbrouRhoul tho liontllltles, and It vraa allcjcd at Ihe trial that he marto the enemy rcquainted wllh Information regaining nlr raids anil long distance sbellUls o! The specific accii which he was confided' was: Comniuntcaliiig Information con- cerniTic; tho bombardments by Golhas nnd Dorlriaa (o tho Gcrraan mllllary attache 8t Madrid. TRIED TO MARRY 16.YEAR OLD OINL Jon. It'was Intlmaletl that If (he s.rlko lenders' rcjily Is not satlstne- iho delegation ot relumed sol- diers "would take- Ihlngs Intti Ihelr own lumls." Mll'.lary authorities Iho clerk ot thev made (Duelling references lo Ihn long list of (hoso who illeiV clnrliK the year Including Or. I.yle, Or. Somcrvlllc nnd ft number of elflcrfl.. ST. CATH-ARl.N'ES, Jnae; I.--." "If you'try to marry her .again, unlll she ID IS years old. yon will be "Sen- on this charge." -snld. Magls- ra'nol Dr. Uird. socrclnry iralc Campbell pstenlny In movement, u-rtpor-J on' Shurlhtf, ot Thd Clly. ioday look over the dlslrl- bullon of rnllk arnKwas nrranjlng urorlilo for bieail dlstrlbulion If neces- snry. yeporletl Hint slrlke leaders were preparing lo JcscliiJ arily appolnlotl to. lulllll Ihe. iifs of second clerk, till liie viic.-i'ticy mailc by tho dcnlh of Snmcrvillo is filled. llcv, H. Tl. Cochrail6 was Hp polnlcd clerk (o Dr. rampbcll; ton, who ple.idod gullly I? a of perjury lii-'jrroc'iirliig tt'llteiiae m'arr'y Mildred Unowllon, n Ifi-ycaf old Bill of Ihat city? The girl .mis taken back lo Klngslon By htr 6rothef> ;