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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. ALHEKTAij FRIDAY, JUNK M TEG MAYOR INTIMATES STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED SOON Butcher Workers, Toronto, May, Heply be Delivered Monday and Published Immediately and Diaz go back lo Rome lo be in touch wilh Italian Front iiyCase of Resumption oi Hos- Attempts to Reopen Reparations Dis- cvission. PARIS, June reply of peace' conference io llic Ger- man Cvuntcrpropoaali will bs printed In French and Ennllsh al the national printing and will cover zbout 50 pifles. It it rxpected It Will be publlihed In full Caller 11. Is handed to the Grrmanr. WILL' DELIVER REPLY ON MONDAY I PARIS, June reply of the nllled to the German counter-propoMli t? the peace termt Is (tkely to be m.iJe public on MondJy.-according Lo present pline. :-ll b exoecled Ihe text ol German, propoiats, which has never been? given out, will be made ihorlly. AND DIAZ Tha council of four. H ilerc-lops, da.- ridcil Ibal simply lo aliach Ihe rciily lo the original document WRB Imprac- ticable as Important clause r.-oilld he lelt obscure and imperfect. Hence Ihe decision to rn-writp Ibe document) It TI'OS commontert iti jieace circles today that action renders obsolete tho foit published abronrt. OLYMPIC DOCKS TORONTO. Junw 13 -A criti- cal silual'on has again ridvuIcTi- cd between iho parkin? liouso m au agc-mout E r, I ho local union of butclitr ivorkerd (trough ihe failure of [lie pack- era Irj accept ihe findings of i ha recent beard of eoncllia- Hun, vvblfh "rt'ertt unanimous, A mass meeting ol the union waa to have been Li-Id last nlfbl. bui it waft delayed. It will be held on Sunday If tuere U no rliaiigo in the sUiiiiUon, aud the backing houses may lie closed Monday. N'-R- Juno Tlit "slin far jfisulled.- The Vancouver Situation VAXCO13VBII. June Hie last 'J4 hours three Llg vessels Hon. Mr. Rowell Declares Neither East Nor, West Get Full Way on the Tariff nnil the steamer Prince- IlupcrL clear- ed for northern nrlllsh. Columliin Iiolnls. Witli her cargo o[ Australian inul- 1 ton Bllll In her tiolda, the Elcamshiiy Malrura is stHI tied up in (he front, Jitneys nre operatinr; as usual im lii-e s'.rccis. The telephone service is eicellenl, although only a' little more than halt the.usual of are on duty. The striking operators' are meeting today to discuss Ihelr plans for extending the OTTAWA. June budget dc- baldagaln occupied Hie day in the IIOUBO.-and promises fair (o continue iveJI inio .next, week, Hon. N. Rowell, .president the privy coun- cil, and Ur. "Michael Clark, Ifie free irartcr from Red were Ihe prin- Hon. Iv W. Howcll said that Ur, Clark's contcnlion that Ihe bulk of the war bonds iiad got inlo the bands ot a few capitalists was wrong. He be- lieved lhat-from one-quarter to one- half of Ihe entire population of Can- ada were subscribers directly. In re- ply lo Mr. Duff, lie aaiil his informa- cipal-speakers, although speeches hy ........._ K. U. Htacey, oC Westminster tliatrkl, lion was that comparatively few tonrts and Micien Cannon, of Uorchesler, hands. Vcro fpllpwcd wllli close inlcreal. I Mr. Howcll deeply regretted that Dr. Clark opened tt-e Mr. Crerar Imrt resigned from.the gov na'hour and a half. HP, eminent. Me Yrished he had beon in could nol agree wJlh 31r. Crerar that the budget, was.protectionist. Indeed, he saiv Iri It a'tendency loiranl free trade. 'But (he budget was not ealii- Tlife reduction in customs i with llic food toard this his coljpf guea pb.cc lo Jetend Ills ol' Ihe food board. Mr. Crcrar had never made a'nj pro- OITiccs of Russian Soviet [a New Vork Cily Were Rnidctl NEW YORK, June Though Hiird They Arc y -Terms Discussed At Weimar Convention WK1MATI, -l Kihianl v GOOD ADVICE 3YMNMY. .V.H., Juiin "Any fool '-an .siaft a sft'rt .1- C. cx-prcnliloiit r of the IKnnlnion Trades niirl Council, lo an au'JiGnco f of Sydney last Uflrnslein, the indr- leader, startled MaJority'-SoclaHal convention here yesterday by declaring that the peace conditions arose from rcccsnizcrt necessities, even UioiiBli they were _-! hard and somu were ;mbcarali1e. A I In jirnlffl anil ".-JOn.Mav NosKe, minister of tlctcnce, .slant! Mcrr llnuer Baked about eastern Germany, whereupon Hcrr Hcrnslein replied, lo Ihi; ainRxemcnt o.f HID taiPtloh'wns than leal. Ha arRued that.the government should Jiavc'Irnposed n federal succession duly And uhdCTclo'ped land tlax. Why, he not bo absolutely traJe between (he Coun- Iry nhd lho UppilnionB. There was nol a thoughtful man In the hrfnse, Jfr. Kowcll -nrgucd, ivho Tfould'say ,UiaL, it hail hccn possible, since "liie armlsticn. radically lo jchaiiKO the larlff. .He vis glad tho Imtlget scent, a little further along Ihe line of Hrillsh preference, lie hoped, when'Oib revistoii of tho larift took place, ii.would lie possible to KO a lit- llc furihor. Mr. Rowcll cnncludeil Tvilh a pica tor unity of all parts of the nonunion. "On fiscal qucaltonsf" lie nilvisoil lahor not lo strike nnloss (licrc ff "II we follow the map an il he ''rteither- east nor west tan liopa lo havo Its full way. IJolh should be patriotic enough not to iiress mat- ters to an'eJifrCmC) Issue." Mr. Storey contended that the larilt wsa'rol Iho 'vital Issiio In tho >vesl. "The one great Mr. dcr-larcd, "1s M'hclher the Union Jack will .fly over Canadian citlca or ihe rcit o( revolution." Arthur Trahan. -N'icolct. after rcfr-r- crnec! by I iro will sea it fol- rinp to lite financliLl sltiution aa TC- lows, with ft few exceptions, the lines set by Ihe entente." I'htlipp ydiledemann.'itltc chancel- lory mafic an nddrcsA In whlrh ho IK- ntircil. niosi. of, Uio.-crlllclsrtig nimcd MK.iiiHt Mm. apcrcli well ro- cclvoil. vcaled in the budget, tlcclare.l thfil the deficit was cnbrmoua nnd that it, waa hard lo aco country wag Injt'io land. vigorously Iho pol- icy of exempting..government bonds comictllon (lves of ,he J01lnf. commit-1 appointed lo investigate the ac; iivllin? oi ratllcaVs In this stale, guard- not moat cordially supnorl. Mr, RoivcH declared that In no; coun- try laltinfe' ii: ths.uar had as stringent rcgulallons. ivith regard lo packers .been enforced as In Canada. J h-itl been imposed a largo proportion of Ihtf profits .made by packers found their way inlo tho treasury. Any member wlm rJiarged llic EOTornnienl with co-6pnrAtlon witti the packers was using Ins. voice lo help on (he unrest in CVnatfa, ilc wont on to say thai tlie Tlritish government uoiiRhl from" Clahaila and sold it lo the people of Great nrtt- j at less Mian rosl, llio gorernoiGDl paying dirrercuCc. Tbal was one reason why [ood ot certain kinds was cheaper In England than in this, ho asserted the coal of living WRJJ greater- la Grcal Drilflin tlian (n t'anaclR.. lie had Ibis Information from the prime minister other representatives of tho Canadian had been tnnlc coiiJUlona overseas. Dr. 11. T. Whidilcii. or Urandon, will contfauc i lie tin bate (omorrow. WILL RETURN WIRES WASHINGTON, 12, Favorabfe report on Ihe bill la return tshgraph and systems lo private Control Imrrja- voted today by the houce Inter-slale commerce' com- mission. .f ed hy members of the" staid ponslBbulary. lale yesterday raided, the ofliccg ol HIE Hnssian soviet gov- city and look pos- and papers f fonnJ crnmcut m UH'H SCSStOJl Oi (here. tl, A. TJ Mortons, representative hero of Icie soviet government, subpoenaed anil taken licfore I ha coiiimillce for a brief cAam'nation. REVENUE INCREASES i OTTAWA. June rev- enues for ihe mondi of AJay were as compared with (n MayT IMS. The lolat ncl debt of lho ItoniiniOTi on May 31 vrai AS tompart-il wilh 63? on May 31. 1518. Expenditure on consolidated fund account durini? May was ns romparod 'wllii 57.o3l.G73 la Mtj last year, ;____ i v MANITOBA GETS A HEAVY RAINFALL -V TJIIAXPOX, Man.. June During the puti 21 hours Taln: fall amounted (o .S3. Inches and more is in prospp.CI., The rain Is general (rt this district.' II uicnns TII'.IItons of dollars on which wnro aulfer-- (ng from (lir, ivnnt of moisture, ;