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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII, LKTUimiDGEJ ALriEUTA; MONDAY. JUNK 9, 1919 NTMUER 151 Iltgarding II. C. of JU lo Com nutlets Appointed by Coil of Living Committee DECLAHE BODIES Central Strike Committee Now Only Obstacle Chief obstacle new in Winnipeg is obstinacy ot strike com- mittee of live, who refuse to call off sympathetic strike though many union men to resume expected to go back G. W. V. A. de- mands reinstatement oi striking postal workers. RtPLEY COMMANDEH, O.II.E. Strike Situation in Tabloid ALREADY PREJUDICED; OTTAWA. June derided dla- incllniiitnn nn HIB nari of tho Rtlail Merchants' association lo Rive avl- ilence .before ibe committees vrhlcli tht commons cost of living conu.aU- IPO has nskcd iflo mayors ot various cities to organize lo securo crldcncn far tho parliamentary cooiialtteo revealed at todnv's slUlng of thai body. Communications received Included letters from tho Onlarlo and kalchewau provincial relfttl assocla The lullcr from the secretary oC Iho Saskatchewan association said. objecl la handing out Informa- tion lo bodies selected because -ftey. are already "prejudiced." Ttuj lellers from iho retailers also declared they would not Rive crltiencu brforo any committee, 1ml a parlla- in V.C.A or the Order of the'Sons of Ihe.Empire al Ihc Verdun dlv hall on Sal.-' developments, iho only tiling Tor Iht urdav nighl. Thli If diy of the Winnipeg ttrike. Indications arc lhat a of tettlcment hn been reached b-Jt the strike committee of five flally refuitt to oil off lympathellc strike or un'ons who are merely'out In to go back to work. It Is thought however that many union mtft will diiregard (his order and DO back today In Ihe hope lhat wesk will the ilrlke finally settled. Dynamite outrage at Co'Lhurst about 2 o'clock this morning in attempt ID miner who conlinulnn tt> work in an effort to save the mine from physical destruction. No one Injured but many windows shattered. Five under arrtit on'tuiplclon. Calgary G. W. V. A. reinilalernenl of striking postal workers, Eluwhere ilrlkei ire very quiet. LIEUT.-COL. niPLEY has been received that Lieut.-Col. Blair Rlpley has been made'a Commander of Ihe Order of ihe 'British Empire. Lieut.- Cpl. Ripley is a Ltlhbrldge man dfcf good work with the Can- adian ftailifcay Troops at the front. fur which was congratulated by Field Marshal Haig and other high BrUlih Dynamite is Used to Scare Working Coalhurst Miner 4 v v BALDWINS PURCHASE TORONTO 3TEEL PLANT ,v _____ l.O.VDO.V. June (Cana- dlan Associated Is eipected here That Hildwlns, v ooe cf ihe most important v Kuropean Eteel flriue, have ar- ranged for Ibo purchase of ihe fr Urtllsli Forcings To., whose -5- rf eiieuifvc worbi it Toronto v v vrerc erecttd by thu imperial v munitions board ot Canada (or produciion ot high-grade ij v- MONTREAL June steps (o put a slop to ihos'c who advocate the destruction of consliluted aulliority and and order are (o be.lalccn by Ihe federal governmenl, declared Hon. C. C. Ballantyne, minislcr of marine and fisheries and navfll afTairsy in addressing Ihe Verdun council of the Imperial to do ia to summon a, uum- licr of fsiait dealers to givu evidence. Mr. Stevens remarked thai the tQiniitiUce had not asked for auy. tblng lifce a complete invcsflgatic'j UIG niuhrdpal but for information aa'lo Hie prevailing re- tail prices in the various cUles. Mr. dialrman oi the commit toe, rcmnrkcd llip.f the 'nVayora-of-Winnipeg, Quebec and Fort William hail-.TracUcallc Ihe buck" lo other bofllea. 's-Jlc saM lhat Kjiparently .th'd rihfv get'at Ihe Lolioui or IhlnRs M-as 'by sending ,for. .uJt- nesses. E. Flavelle "be TpquGslcil to appear before jhe ,00111- MVhat can ho obaBrred Mr. llortcen.- "Tljnt is ivanl lo find naiil Devlin. "It-we-can ECt Sir Joscpli Flavelle and he can lell anvililng1. bj- all nic-ana let ua liave Mm. surer .connec- tion witli the sirikcre. according (o J. llulniau, president of Iho Canadian Manufacturers' Association; who ar- rived in-Toronlo on The leaders1 Hie .strike-mOTemcnf- are not foreigners. When lie left 'Winni- peg thcro was 110 5150 or a break in lie deadlock, Ticker Strike Next Sunday CIHCAUO. Jimc a consul- tation wilh union officer's lortay: S. J. Koncnkamp, international president ot the Commercial Tclesraphcrs Union ol America, declared fiual step's have been taken for a nation-wide slrlke ol Ictogrwhers for ncxl Sunday. in Warfare Now Being Waged No One Killed But George s House Madly Shattered of to ExteMd Strike back iw are tondlng tho atrlttfi, no one lalk of starting work next weak.' No local will RO out. will try hard (o pull qiil one or IFO thousand work- era who loiay ITS Tills was reply of llic. Western Labor News, official offcan of the striven. atatameHia wor Mln (hat ft number ot mtinbers from Ihe other slfle ot the Great Lnkei will give support lo the McMasler amend- ment, tbere is much differenca of opin- ion as to how numerous this group will lie. A good deal may depinrt upon ihe speech lo he njado by llciri. T. A. Crerar, who retired from Ihe government because the iva's not sajlsfaclory. While some arc di.v post'd lo Iml'.ere (hat the defeciJoni rrill not eiceed half it In claimed In olfier quarters (hut-there' Is hi existence 3 list nf 1? m3tubers who will vole for the McMasler amendment. There ts talk of sub amendment' by the grain growers which would form 10 the tariff policy of Ihc Cana- dian -Council of Agriculture, bill. H '.s anticipated lhal under the rules (hat'surh amendment could not ho lo the motion Jo go Inlo snp- pjy, jhere is mteresl In Ihfe budgetkdebivlcs nnd Ire posslbli da- velopmcnt. Tlie" dlscusslon-mif a IOHR one. ImL it Is hoped ihnt It. will be broughl.lo h close this Vettf. effort may be madc.lo hire division lakeii oti Thursdny night, Trhtch would leave Friday clear (or (lift. consideration nf When Ihc western caucus adjourn- ed shortly before 1 o'colcfc. no for- mal slatciment wia given out. It was staled Ihnl there had been t lull dK- cusglon on tbc larllf slluallon, While nearly nil [he members frnm- nralrlc (irotinccs expressed Ihein- aelves as being In favor ot mor> la.r-- Iff reductions than urorlded for (n Iho hndgel, many or them, In' view of the concnsslons thai have been hy tinaric.e. minister, declared thM Ihey support the government proposals. i dealr< tVDefeat the adralnlstrp- Lfon, took the ground ttifc} port Ilia or somo o_lher amendm'ent cnlHng" (or _ greater 'lariff. It Is prob' ablo that there will be a CUM In 'hoiiio. In Tofcd moni, ;