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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD'S 9th, WEEKLY Given Judgeship REPORT, CROP OUTLOOK President T._ llulman, C. M. A, SH.VS Labor MVst vomc Constitu- tionally DECLARES ALSO FOR TARIFF REVISION j TOllONTO. June Manufacturers' Ihls couiilrv is lo relain confidence in or- ganized labor, tho trades nnd labor union.! will hava lo denounce any of their members who hold and promote todillous cloclrlnes which are repug- nant lo the Canadian sense ot tho Canadian people." aald W. J. llulman, of Winnipeg, president of the Maim- laclurerB' .Association. In the courso of his address at the- 4Sth annual meeting .at Iho association which opened hero today. All parts of Canada were represent ed in the gathering, although tlio at icndanco from the western provinces was smaller than usual owing to the disturbed 'conditions west of tho Great Lakes. The president remind-; ed tho assoclalion tliat whilo Canada i had passed through the war and part of the. demobilization there was ahead of her a trying period of read- jiislmenl from war to peace, whl.e the general result of negotiations be- tween emplovers and employees have been- satisfactory, cilrcme elements j vcrywherc, in methods anil! speech., had' rnado the'.r appearance and were.] hard to deal with. The. Jlanufactur- ers' Association does not take Ihc- view that the Canadian Industrial_sys- ten. is perfect, satd the president, biU 1 prefer to Improve the- unsatisfactory 1 by Iho British, not the Russian .way. Tariff Revision Needed Tariff -revision is needed, in tso view of Iho association, nud the presi- 'd'eni nuvocaUd appplnlmcut o! a lar- IK commission ot seven 1., nuailffojymen, acting In "cRpacltv'to to .make .a thoroughly scientific- investigation and recommendations for revision. Public ownership of railways was declared by Mr. Bntman as (a great ..ipcrlment, and Iho opinion'was ex- pressed that. It might bo found ail rtshltor Iho government to lake over, the 'Grand Trunk 'Hallway also. Tho extension ot Iho principle of jrovtrnmeut ownership to Iho Cana- Ilian Pacific Hallway would, however, endanger Ihe success of the whoa undertaking by preventing comueli- lion He said lhat the work of the Canadian mission in London.was culo Klzed in.tho president's address. Can nda's'export trade must Ue greatly in said the president, it her war debts are to be paid, ami tho only sa valiori of Ihe Canatmn'peoplo. ho said lies not In doing this work as advo caled by some pcrsqns. bill In thrift nnj agriculturally Increased produc Ton by the entire population of th' country'. correspondents over Iho week-end. Owing to Ihe fact that mere was no reserve molsluro In the ground In the siting to start tho season, the this season hivo not yet given enough reserve to make th6 fanners comfortable about the safety of their crops The good rains of tho lull -r iit Msv no being cxtmualod In torae loinlltles. and, while no crops cm be said to be sntferlng yet. iht giluallcn Is far from a! bright II K tw days ago. There has been no raiofsJl of im leod and Lt-ltbrldge. dred acres have been Darons. Tho district, sending encouraging reports in the most that lying encouragng along (he Lethbrldge- line. ong where conditions are to bu since 1916- ISLAND Our Own 110W June wea- icr ot Ihe past weeV. was not as, isvorable to crops thft previous I weeks had been, as the winds used ay i v lots of moisture ami the trains have Winnipeg Hints That Today May Possibly See Something In Way of Strike Settlement in ere fiao portance since last report, except south and oast, where a heavy Mwtrl- tal storm occurred on Tuesday night, Juno 3rd. Usbt showers fell else- there in the district on Saturday Sunday and Monday, but Winnipeg wnicb Is Ihe key of the sllualion. It sellle 1 ollicer, 4 other ranss. Xo officers, !S other PARIS, .lune plan for ronnrallons. which Is now proposed i Ir.e ativenc 01 viini-j. cnceau has not i-os, co.ncl, to lion againsl any inodincation In JIB iur ltle coui, Meeting Will Be Acid Test For Party Now, Ruling in (Jermitny tho council ot tour, according to Marcel Hulln, ot the Kcho lie Paris francs; second, lo leave a maigm ot two years, to an accurate Idea of the economic and financial sllua- (ion In GemiBny may ho nflpr two years lo exact -01, account of trancs in gold or nCEoUnblo securi- ties, and, fourth, lo givo Ihe repara- tions committee aulhority to raise the amount of Ihe annual payments bv Germany should her capacity lo Increases fall. Peace Atmosphere Pessimistic. p'eacc lerms. errns. i ot the Silesian tion or that concerning the Polish western frontier has been reached 1 Is SJU thai the Silesia situation is Led un with the dimcultv of holding a niebiscile without allied intervention, no Iroops beiiiB available for Ihc pur- inu Jituut cil. aflcr indorsing Iho triumph ot Urandon: ranks. Saskatoon: ranks. MejlMne Hat: No officers, ranks. Calgary: No officers, 2i ranks. Edmonton: ranks. Vancouver: ranks. ranks. Quo officer, 1C other other other One officer, 1Z other One ollicer, 75 other R'evcisloke: 7 other me "7 VL me meut is reached their other troubles are expected to dlssppear rtpUly. Government Nothing OTTAWA, Mclveni today asked It the bid In oulred further" into the labor trouble In Wlnnlpei. Sir Robert It nota Ing to intimate beyond has ap peered in the press. Thli titustlon has been under consideration tor.-th last two or Ihrei.daya. is nolh 1' E to ho announced lor the present C Power asked It Ihe minister o 'inarlno was speaking on.behalf 61 th i go'vernmenl on Saturday when he atst cd at Verdun thai force.would ho.baed If necessary in Ihe roplfed lbs.1 he was speaking as one of. Ihe member! of Ihe government. Ho had merely stal- ed, ho views already expressed by Ihe prime minister in the house. Robertson Well OTTAWA, June was announc- ed here today, that Hon. G.- D. Rob- ertson, minister ot labor, left last nizht for North-Bay and Fort. Wil- liam. It is .possible thai will go further west, proceeding to Winnipeg before returning to the capital. The minister will try to adjust the. strike of dockmen at Fort William and uae his influence at other -points where labor difficulties prevail. v Before leaving Senator Robertson staled lhat ha had been advised the Dominion Express employees at Cal- gary, Edmonton nnd Lelbbridse were reluming to work. Tho Canadian Pacific Hallway shops st Calgary, he said, also lo b- shortly. R. A. F. For Tower, Read LONDON, Jtras Roj's.1 Air Force Cross has conferred on Commander John S. in com- mand of the United Elates airpafie. souadron on the trans-Atlantic flight, and Lleut.-Commander Albert S. Head and the other officers ot the crew pi the N C. 4. Lleul. Waller llinton, Lieut. Lieut. J. L.Breeie and Ensign H. C. Rodd. Air Force Mods.! has been conferred on Chief Machinists Male K. Seeley, of Ihe >lr try, made the presentations this after- noon on behalt of the King. The force cross .was recently: conferred on Chief Machinist! Mate 13 s.'Rhoades. The air force cross was recently conferred on Harry Hawker ami Lieut-Commander .McKeniie Grieve, the British avialors who essayel Ihc- trans-Atlantio flljhl land. One officer, freedom ami juslice hiid democracy I yidorla exemnVlied in Ihe covenant of Uic "0113, say that the labor! Monleaole With 705 compromise. Whatever OTTVWA, Juno liner Jlont PMIIR. June The thepeace treaty l.y of BBHLIN, national con venllon of the Socialist party at Wol- marks the flrsl meellng ot he faction ot Phillip Schlcdomann. Hie chancellor, since 11 hui'ame She gov- crnlng party.. The session promises to supply th'e aclfl test to the Integrilj of Ihe parly in vlow Vf Iho prevailing nallonal crisis and the chronic un- rest wilhln Ihe parly's Not- withstanding-the existence of the dla- ntfccled clcmeniJ, Ihe leaders aro rot nfralrt of any serious break at Weimar. While none of the Insurgents openly Dircalcnt to (he Inrlapendent-Soc- lallsts, Ihey nro, nevertheless, giving tho Indepemlenla mornl' encourage- ment in.-thclr caapalga against toe government. .Kdoiiard David, miuiJlcr withoul portfolio, told the Aissclalcd Press lo- day that Ihe nallonal political situa- tion should not bo sized up Ihromth Uerlln spectacles, nildlng thai "Berlin has nlwnyn been the rccniillng ground for politlcnl rovolullonarles, sional agitators and clrcamers." TORONTO STREET CAR T MEN DEMAND INCREASE 'fOIlON'TO, Juno illrec.tors o( tho ToronKf.Rallway Company morning liort ft mocllng to illscusa Hie .lomand of'tlio employees for Increase In Al Hie conclusion Iho general-man- flgcr admilled Ihat-llifl situation was I very serlotiii.. The next Monday. s P4R1S Juno council ot four met today .amid an atraosphe-r. nt considerable pessimism ovor the larger nueslions ot ndaco'inaWTig with lormnnr, sllll unsolved. It I, understood lhat Premier Clem- ,ears was made be- 31 cause the claim that other nations of the world could not plejse Ihcm- to an immeiliate and dctinlle acceptance ol Ihe standards maintain- on. tlio United States labor moic- f Runs to 10 Per Cent in Some Western Worst Type e July i and its ratification by Iho lous parliamenls before Aug. 1 is pronhesicd by Ihe Echo de Paris. It Is said the answer, to the counter- proposals Is lo' be banned over prob- ably on Friday. 'The course of thy Germans, it fhlnks. will bo to replace the Schledetnann government hi au-. "her in case the present government uelprmines not to sign Ihe allies finally present iriem. __ ____ __ sectlons'of North Da- kota Ihe formers have given up Ing to combat Ihe plague. The nmy cutworm, which ma.le an appearance early In the spring of 1M-. liU not made Us appearance Iliis >car. The damage is.helug done by I lie red- back and the pale weatern. The for- mer travels on top of the Eround and can be poisoner! fairly cas ly. lint tlio alter travels underground and It is eccf.sar.v lo work- the. poison into tho lo do anything to check Ita menl ns the established practices of our day. Samuel Rompers, president of Ihc American Federation of Labor, warn he eves Ihal cd that if any empiojoi industrial autocracy h going to pre vail 111 America he is counting with out his host. caglo will reach Vancouver on or'about June '0 having on board 705 mem- bers ofY.'.o Canadian Siberian force, of which 49 ore1 patients and 4o im- perials bound for .England. The clas- sU'catlon ot tho Canadians, cxcliiBive by military districts is: officers, 13 other Operators Would Bewme WINNIPEG, June press and commercial telegraphers vlsiled lha Canadian Press office and commercial telegraph offices lale.lo- :ay and formally asked for ion regarding Iha terms upnn which hey might return fo work...... The Winnipeg pollen force was uis charged by the, city commission oday. The poltemcn refused to ac- of patients, wr ranks. Victoria: atle'nts, by 5 cept the city ultimatum (o pledge to not participate In 3'olficcrs, CS other ranks. Iteziha- S officers, Ha olhcr ranks. t! officers. IS oilier ranks Lapland 2000 v, ollicers and' 70 cadets and other Thai illslricti in Soulhern Alberts have suffered to Idc extent of 10 per cent crop damage from cutworm, and Uinl Ihls Is itforo prevalcnl in Wcslern Canada llion ever liclore known wnn tbo slatoment miido to Ihe llornld today by B. II. Slrlckland govr.rnmor.t cntymologlst nt the Lx uerimonlal Farm, Ditnnse rjporls havo come from Coulla on Ihc soutl lo Blackfalds In Ihc north, nnd' from liow Island lo Ih6 mountains. Southern AlborfS is not alone .In it rounti 10 ov avagcs anil even Ihr-n no ctfeclual method of dealing wllh the type has Tho hlgli cost of poison ,115 makes It hard to make a good light against the pest. FINAL DRAFT AUSTRIAN TREATY IS DELAYED I'AIUS, Juno final dr.iil of the political clauses' of the Austrian Ire.ity, it is umlerstcoil. Is being delay- o.l by discussion of the demand of the Kalians for provlsloii nulhorizing Ihe'dcporlnlion of unileslrables in Iho parts of Austrian lerrilory in Tyrol lo liu iinucxcil lo Half Thl.i ilemntid Is bad, I meeting 'wllh consldernhft opposition, j PARIS June delegal- IOTS from Great Hrilain, Haly. the Ln- lied Slates and other countries hronghoul the world subraitleil to Ihe I neace conference proposals for Iho po- cclion of the "mliiorlllea in Bulgaria, 'ohnd, Humanla, Ilussia and other yattcrn and central European eoun- Irles. They made "Is" propoaals for the payment ot Indemnities for vlcliros of pogroms and pensions for widows and orphans created by alrocllles: RIO JANEIRO DOCKS sign ihetfc sirlkM. The 'cily retus'cil t accept a compromtso offer The breach In Ihe union force seemed to he widening lonight. was announced at the board of trdi that the spokesmen union i crafts had made oTerlures regarding a settlement, without permission from the central strike comtaltteo No Chsrioel at ffymlmil MONTREAL, June change was reported over the week-end In either strikers or employers in con- nection Kiln Canadian Consolidated nubbor cmplivces and Ihoze of the Canadian Vlckfra company1 who are alto out on strike. sides ed last night-to be sllll waiting for the other side to come to them. Wanls Him To Establish Right of Avlnm For Political Refageei CHRISTIANA, June ordinary national confeieafle of tho labor party has, decliria adhesion to the "third International ot Jlofcow" hm' resolutions to N'lkolal the Bolshevik jfem- ler of Russia, lie' conference ln-v tills thai .establish the right ot asyliiro for political rein- resolutions also ante conference adhere to the of the blockade against countries tacking soviet RusalB. Bolshevik CfHt KEM North fiusila, June Allied seaplanes attacked four Bolshevik craft "on Lake sou.lh of.Prlmi (Sptclil Ib. The Alta., June meet- ing of ritcpayerkw'" day to consider tho advisability of creeling a building when a resolution was fiilopted Indors TIE Ihe idea. A bylaw will be Miami led by Hie board .of trustees Ihe carl 6st possiblo date tor erection of a twelve- j room Irlilding.__________ HANDLEY-PAGE READY Nnd June 9.-- i A nnnii IIHALK nKu.t .iunu BURN; SOME CASUALTIES] "AnnoirWAI Irans-Atiantto flight contest was ItliKNOS AIKKS, Juno 'patches from Illo Janeiro report lhat lire loday ilcslroycd the old Peter II docks. Tiic flames spread lo an ad- joining hospital, resulting In several fatalities Ihere. and nlso Injuries lo a number ot pnlienls. The number pi casualties was not given, in the dis- palchns. The amlcrial dafaasc is de- cinrcu lo have been enormous. thd rans- assembled 'toilay. for a flight lonlght to St. John arid return, (Knc'clM The JleraW) 1U1IONS, Juno children of Charles l.afferty had a cape from death during an elcclnca slorm here ycslerday. They were In a room in the house when It was struck by lightning which'burned crait on Tho bombs dropped by seaplanes did not hit the Bolshevik boats, but he machine carried by thi sir-, .-aft raked tho decks of the lake hp.ti ml silenced the .nil-aircraft guns, which were mounted there. The Bol- flotilla, fled suo. were or a long dlilanct. FAMOUS YACHTSMAN DIES NEW YORK, June llyslop, retired American yachtsman, who, In 18S7, measured Ihe V61unleer and, Thislle for Ihelr race for cup and officiated In five ot these contests, died at his home here today. In his 86lh year. John Ilyilop wsl an, aulhority on yachln and framed tno. meflsuremonls which' governed yacht racing for many years. CHICK EVANS BUSY HUN ADMIRAL DIES HKHLIN, death was announced of, ATlmlral von Holt- of the' general, nnval stafT during IheVcatcr parl ol Ihc war. lie retired in lasl year. Eutur. I'j the linoleum oil Ihc floor' wlisru Ihe chil-'rcn were. Another house was struck by in bolh cases Iho damage The slorm was accompanied ny a soaking rain which covered Ihe-.dis- trlcl easl ot lowu nnd wiHil.ri.. an Immense amount of to Iho crops. r CHICAGO. June national amateur and solf chant plon, who is Ihh delenains; title in ttie open lournamenf at Xew Ion, Mass liai 1 his entry In the 'western amnlcur championship held in SI Ixiuii accordlM lo word received here f ;