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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNK 12. 1019 PAGE EIGHT TAKING AIR SOUNDINGS ON THE ATLANTIC Toronto Street far Men To Tine if They Go On 'Strike WI.XXU'EG. June The strMt i-ar service promised tor today failed to materialize so far. railway officers reverted that caly few of the strikers had reported to. uutv anil that there may be souio da- isy'in arransing for operation c-f tbe "Supervising stated Manager Mi-Limoni. "vtre on duty at the barns today, but only two of the 1 K.-l operators reported. It was ob- viously impossible to resume street car service. What the step will lie has not been decided. Conditions in the city will have some bearing on "jun when sen-ice can be resumed.' Civic officials went into conference vxltb McUniont this mornins to dis- cuss ways and Men Open To Fine TOftOXTO. Juno tbe street railway here go on strike on Monday, as threatened at present, every man vartic'paiing in tha strike will !ay himself open to a fine of not less than ,nd not more than 550 for each Uon of Labor, .idopied .-v resolution coauimng such a provision. 1 Games Roberlon Slightly Burned in Gas Explosion IKIOT; Our Own BOW ISLAND. June base- ball game played by the LethbrlJge aud Bow Island teams on tlio dinmonil here last Thursday resulted in tbe Lsthbridge boys winning, tho score bein- 5 to 3. Both teams put up a good clean game On Tuesday evening of last week, the junior baseball, team from here it to Winnllred io play. When it after application hss been made for a board of conciliation. This the comoany has made. Work By "Permission" VANCOUVER, June Strike Bulletin today contains two intereit- attended the dance in Winnitred last Friday night The -Ladies' Altar Society of St. Michael's church held a pantry sale last Saturday afternoon in the Ilest Room at which they realized about ?3o. ing announcements. All meat markets j The school Cadets marched it present open tor business are de- j a (ronl scnool building to Glared "unfair" and union men are s, church last Sabbath asked to bear this in mind when the where they were addressed strike is over. A canvass discloses V_M. Gilbert. Tbe lesson the fact that a majority of the but- i reading: "This work- be ,eaiera jermission of the striked dJ5cipline tie mind, .igned) "J. Cavanagh, SunjaJ eTening cher shops in Vancouver are slill open for business, though many are under- staffed. The Bulletin also prints a facsimile card reading: "This work- er operates by committee. (Signi secretary." ;V11 eating houses have been notified that supplies received by must be delivered by a driver carry- ing a similar card. "Failure to .ob- serve says tbe Bulletin, "will re. suit in the house being placed on the unfair list" 1 _ Sailings Keep Up Jnps spite the handicap of tho seamen's !_ strike there is added activity along ion----- the water front today. VThe liner Era-1 the oven was Judges VII and for the topic the i. In future days tasur.l fllsbt across the Atlintlt. in a roit flvlsg fliner, tbe success of the trip c'in bJ tine'chines overhauled to and .to derricks whatever may be the angle from the ship al which the journey 'rom a moving, lurchiuj; suSy t Is from the steady ground. very difficult to. get the kite II la atrav from the sh'lp. and for he had to puzzle out a loot method of Thus tbe Air Ministry is reducing the risks of flight to minimum. It was at first proposed that these undinss are taken two itmojpberie readings should betnade evening on schedule, fully loaded and eauirped. She has a about the face and nect. Bow Island Win! This afternoon a game of baseball was plaved here between Taber and j Bow Island "x'.rims. Tbe game was contested all through but the UK meieargrapa. iuc an tum and varieties of atmospheric balloons from ibc tote_ which is made ot fine linen stretched be- twfea bamboos Is strong and service- he folded away for Do You Read any of these Magazines A Year Ladies' Horns Journal Saturday Evening Port... 2.50 Country Gentleman...... Pictorial Review i ........2.00 Maclean's Tfiey aro goad r home. If you care or If your subscri tng your renewal fully looked alter Wilkle, lafe of Le adlng for eny lo have them tlon cjplr- wlll lio care >y Mra, J. D hbrldge, wlio of tha ahovo 5. ILL. 14 Harvard was 7 to 1 In tavor of the home team.' Personal Mention Bucliley, Calgary, representa- tive of the United Insurance Company was in town last Friday. Mrs 3 G. Jatnieson was a-buslnes.i visitor In for a couple of days last week. Hon. Archio McLean, Edmonton, spent two days ot last' week in this district, looking over the. roads that are lo Improved. "Mr. A. F. Verts attended tha Lib- eral meeting in Lethbrldge last week. Mr. L. Cullen left the latter part of the week to spend his month's vaca- tion' east with Mrs. Callen and lamliy. Mr. A. Truslali of the City Gar- age Is a business visitor in Calgary. Mrs. M. B. McLaren ot Medicine Hat was Vvisitor in town the past N Mrs, Tm. Prouse and daughter, Mrs. Carson and Miss Pronse were in town from Pleasant View, over tha week-end. Mrs. Geo. Bruce has as ner guests her nieces the Jljsses Jobnslon ot Coalmont, B. Cv r Mrs: M. Whitney left on Monday for an extended visit at Vancouver, B.C. Mr. Hyland received a wire on Sat- urday-stating that his inolher, who ivcs near Kingston, Ont, was very H.--' Mrs. Cbas; Fowler left on Monday for a visit in .MedlcinaHat. Mr. and Mrs. T. It? Blaine left for Banff on Monday aflernoon, where Mr. Blaine will 'altenil the Western tleiall convention being held there. Mr.'-Ju. Hurd left for Calgary yes- terday, June 10th. _ -Ijclllnjn. Kit.rf. over Sunday In Hat. j Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Itussell and Mr. Mc'.VIlllams motored to Medicine Hat on Satnrday on a visit with Mrs. Me- and tho boys. MIS3 (i. L. Moore returned from a trip lo Ihe icoast, on Tueaday morn- ing. Mr. J. Hughes, was a Bow Island visitor today, June lllh. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rolfs rooloied to Medicine Hat today, June ilth. Mr. J. Hradner, A. P. P., and wife motored to Medicine Hat today, to meet his son who li ec route from Vancouver to i Word bar been received that Mr. C. Jonej, who went to flglit tha Germans early In the war, and Gerald Dulmege have, both landed at Halifax. Sir Jones may be home this week, b'ui Gerald Is not expected till about the o{ the month., Mrs. Hurlberl is spending a few days wllli her daughter Mrs. liryans Of town. the kite Is WhCare the lypc_v WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY) For three- yetrs n'e has been at- Uched toJhe Royal Naval. Air Ser- vice operating around tho British Isles and Dunkirk in actl-submarlns work. It has been frequently state! that there never has been a at- tacked by the Oenwm U-boaU, while It was convoyed by a Dr. McLaren is now Associated with Me Retiring President Bulman ialks of Labor and''Manufacturers between farmers aud manufacturers He hoped that before long relations would be re-established with Ihe grain growers. The roaniifacturers should prove that they are not actuated by selfishness and sf.ctlonalisni, spirit ot willingneas to servo the country as a whole. ''We should do all we" can lo get in touch with the agricultural interests." R. Howard, Montreal, was elected president of the" association for the OR It TOIlOXTO, June condi- tions in Canada, particularly in the western provinces, were discussed at this morning's session of the Cana- dian Manufacturers' J. Bulman, the retiring president, re- plying to a vote of thanks, declared that Canadians did rot recognize the 1 national Importance of [ho situation arid tbe fact that possibly the C.M.A. Is the moil necessary body in Canada. at the present time. Referring to labor unrest In Manitoba. Mr. Bulman that agitators there were tell- ensuing year. are: Kirst vice-nresi_dentl non, Toronto. Second vice-president: Sackville, N.b. Third vice president: Toronto. The' other officers 3. S. McKin- J. F. Ellis, Auditor: W. C. Bddis, Toronto. FOR CONSTIPATION hive Hood the lest of Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick