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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KllllUY, JCNK 13. 1919 THE LETHimi PAGE TIimTERN Strike News, Far and Near lions urging recognition of ihe lOTlat government of Russia and the lifting ot the blockade against that ol the country under lls conlrol were ainone 101 submitted by deleE'l" at- tending Ibe conrenllon of ihe Ameri- can r'sileiallou of-Labor hert, teita ot wblch werg made public, todiy. lo- dlcatloni vue that when It comes up lor dlscimlon om'the floor II li likely to precipitate i blttor conlroyerjy. NEW TRIAL FOR MOONEY1 ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., louk place at 10 o'clock this morn- Of Labor Wilson, aduran- Tlie streit car men nt lint hour ,he jobation of tbo American lliolr i-ari Into tlio barns and Federaaou Of Labor today, counselled hamliiil over Ilicir punches. Tbo slreel leoor nol lo pirllclpale In tars are nol running. Three of Ihe ,ho nsUonal strike lor Ihe XKIV VOKK. WHO third Jjy ot Iho telegraphers' itrlke besan ivltU Hie situation npvareutljr um'nani- r I. llolh (ho I'oila! and WMlern Un- 'on oflklah tald they vrera handling iuCir service at normal anj undor u'uruial conditions. Al strlKo heujquavters leaders claim- id Iho servlceJ of both organizations voru badly crlppleJ. Electrical Worsen Quit MONTTON, X. June! The threatened slriko ct elecltlral vtork- cut] of llio M'eek If the slrlkb l 001 WILL DEBATE SOVIET ATLANTIC, N. J.. 'June flojolu- employers arranged Kiln tho men and of .Tnomu J. Mooney, Con LhesE men aro -.vorklns. but Bo out at 0, complklly In the San Fran Cisco bomb plot. He said Ihe jcrern ment was laresiigallng the evidence In tlio case with view lo granting Mooney IOT trial, and lhat working man could not properly constitute Ihemselvea Jury to try him. MONTREAL SITUATION June change developed yesterday In tho local labor situation. Organised workers who are betas watched with Interest by labor men aro tUo teitlle workers, the BUE ar refinery workers and the carters The former uavo toted to strike i their employers do not agree to enlei IftKE SBUtlBOL A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE. Ilicro are .scores of for- ARRANGING DELIVERY OF ALLIED REPLY VERSAILLES, J'jne Herr Ton Wlnlfcratelu. preil- denl of the Palaitnale, arrived lo VeraMllei May, iccouiplu- led by two of hU clalv. He conferred wlUi French offtcers, and arrange- ments were made for trains to Ibat Count von Brockdorff- Rautiau, wbo li In Cologne, nilftat return here so that he mllht receive the allied reply to German counter-proposals. CAPI.IAYIOBE or Board of Pension Com'mis- Six Years At lUjmond mulas ami antacids for stomach nclJ- iiUo nr-goljEllons with Ihom today and Ity. Ciiitrills, Indigestion anil dyspsp- final action In lhat .direction may br tliero Is nothing more effective talon at a meeting to be held tonlfbt In Die treatment of these allmonls' STRIKES IN ROME than ordinary teralhol, which ran UTI n_Thpra In sioro nt tririii.n Muny a [rom Ihcse com- jilaluls lias ngrC'cnbly surprise! LI Uif: alrnopi .nslmitaiioous relief and licnttfll from lit; use. Stnuliol (s R lismnlcsB and taBlDlrss whlio innvder, which ncu- ot acvcnly-slx thousand school leacli- Iralizcs aciJ ami (ooJ fermen- tlcmaniltng mlufmum o( ?2 daily, lution." In inaoy cases of hyper-acid- HOPE TO SETTLE TICKER STRIKE a ;5hi3le proiluces almost CHICAGO, June steps to- -Advl. I ward a aoltlemdnl of'lhfi hollon-wide ot commercial for sovcral weeks past ID which tho demands have Ijeeh for decrease lyn tho hours of labor and Increase lo WOEOJ while olbcrs have been In pro. lest against the high cost ot living. moat serious ol Iho strikes-Is that iiiTn ipprponny AUlBACbtiiouni A claim has been filed in the courts for the amount ol JZ.130 by A. Llnd ley A. Hunter ana B. Cemullnl. agalnal I! riarrowman, Harry Pilling, Guy tloi onil n. Mellls, Iradlne as MHO The plaintiffs claim that Ihay enter ed Into an Tvllu the defend ants In April, 1919. lo purchaifl 72 dozen ol "Mldiet Equl" Hihl regula tors, at 4103 per uqzen. or for Uie lotal sum Q( J1.17E. Under Ihe agree- ment plalntlrtB wers to receive three dozen of the rteulalora forthwith and tlio bslanco beloro December, and lo Day detendnnts one quarter of the pur Dr. J. S. WIIT, dpi. who only recently returned from the trout, tils fixed m In LeLhbrJdge, Ilk I 'offlcei In Oil B'ock- 'ray bis tzsz sppolnted ex- mlnar at tor tho Board ol enilon CosmlBaloaera. Dr. ractlced for ilz yeais la Haymo nd went overseas IB medical officer ilh the Ulil Batullon draft. He ivr servln In France will] the Third anaillui Field Amuulanca and tbe I Brigade Canadlsn Field Arlllitrr, elng with the Utter unit la the bit- es of Acoleni, Arras and Cambral isl Aufuit and Sopteiaber. Dr, Is In Calgary today on business n conuecilon wJih the Pension Board. ny of these' A Vcar Ladies' Home Journal Saturday Evening Host... 2.50 Country Gentleman...... 1.7S Pictoriai niV.EW 2.00 Maclean's 2.00' They arc 'or liojnc. Jf you rare to IIRTC Llioin nr tl your subscription 1? oiplr- ing renewal will Jie oirfr fuily lopkcd'afltr liy'SIra: J. D. Jnlc ol I.elhDT.dge, wlio la represent Ing ell ol'lho aboyo. were talion lodny wlien offlciala of the Com.cercJal Telegraphers' Union ot America Bubmltteil Lo the Poslalj Telcgrapli company concJttlcins upon" which an agrocrae-nt could bo baeecl. Tlio contMllona, in cffocl, provide thai ihe.strike lie called off so (nr ns-lhc Postal h concerned II lhat company will agree to wige adjusl- nicnts. artcr full conlrol baa bcien given Ihe ly the wire adDiinlstra- lioa. UP LIVERPOOL. June strlXfl ol stewards has resulted In Ibe de- tention at Liverpool o( (he liner Scot- iau vrlth Canadian troops Jor i Quebec and Montreal and other ves Tlio nLcwSrJa orer- (fine for tilose aUepdtng (ha ship's of- chase price In the of This sum. together with a further one of was paid by plaintiffs to thi defendants. The plaintiffs claim the return o the money paid alleging that the aril clcs flupnllcd tailed to answer the use claimed for (hern aa specified, namely to rtgulato the lights OD Ford ci and consequently there was no sale for the regulators. Plalnilcs are represented by Sbej herd, Dunlop and Illce .and defeail snls by McKeoziG end Moozle. In p r. K. ficers and ij vrero In port. ctl, and Iho slcward wnilo the liners owners rejus- of other Users have rorna out la sympftthr. north AljantlC ffnei ire affected. All The oLthe liner today and Iho J- Baltic and'Belflc on Saturday. liare been cancelled. 'WANTS BRITISH GIRLS GUELPH, OhjL, June 13. Tho I'Guelpti chamber or commerce- has l.ikeii formal slops to Induce the Imml- Igrallon to.Guclph of several liundred Urltfsh girls.' U hat been estimated Lhat 100 girls ore needed here al the present limp- for domestic purposes and 300 nioro are required In the fac- tories. Mark up a win the citir over th C. P. U- Before His Honor Judge M Neill this Ihe appeal of lh C. P.' U, from the assessment of OW) Imposed by the city on that pa 6J Ihe C. P. It. viaduct here within U cily Judgment was given favor or mo cily, the figure ol 523B.01 Uh text of the old document liuilted ;he compensation Germany was LO tor damages done the civilian, pofiulallons of the allied acid associat- ed and to their property "ilur- Lhe period ot the belligerency ot as ta allied or ujoclatej power against GenrtDy." This wording ex- cluded United Stttu loiiei during tbe period oj the ot the Uuke4 and lUllaji loiees during the (lica IlaJjr wis al war M-JUj La. but not with Uenuanr. ol Arllclft 232, where tbo tog-1 WOMAN MADE RECORD FLIGHT PARIS, June that Baroness de IB Jloclie. French driTiiiE i tilted by French Aero Club, and Iho small bl-plane In which ihe late she U given '.he record lor the Height attained by a woman flier. The level Ehe ia oror 1.000 feet higher than Iho best record made by Ruth ports of her flight ozve been recoz- Law. Julaa latidej ou ihe rouf or depsrtoierjlal here last reached an altitude of Itti. KIN PEACE Ml PARIS, June of Lho di- vergencies from tho ohl text iu tlie treaty are ol a minor ualure, mt acme are hlfhly Important. This s notably (rue ot the second para- Adler-i-ka Did It! "I had pala In Ilie pit ol mr ach, no sppttlte, sour stomach acd very much gaj. could not help mo. The FIRST dose of Adlsr I- ka helped we." Henry Welp, Lake View, Adler-L-Va expels ALL gaa tad sour- ness, stopping stomach distress IN- STANTLY. ErapUes BOTH upper and lower bowel, flushing ENTIRE GlImeoUrT caul. Hemovei ALL foul rnalter which poisons BTEtem. Often CURES conatlpatlon. PrercntB ip- peiidlclLla. We Imvo gold Adler-1 ks many ytfare, [t Is a mixture of back- thorn, cascara, elycerlna And lilne other simple drugs. J. D. HtglnboLham Co., Ltd., WILL SPEAK IN THE Colonial Theatre ON SUNDAY NEXT JUNE IBth, at 3 p.m. Subject, "Labor Unrest" EVERYBODY WELCOME Extra Special Prices on Fwniture for One Week THE PRICES WE ARE GIVING ON BABY CARRIAGES IS LESS THAN TO-DAY'S WHOLESALE PRICE. i .Only one of each will be sold at these prices. No phone'orders standing. -This will mean about In laxes. The C. P. R. counsel asked (hat the bridge no assessed at rio more loan the figure it could be sold to an- other party for as scrap Iron. The argument was mostly'of a legal nature, and Hie decision. the was a welcome bit lor llie cily.' ARMV BILL PASSES PULLMAN SLEEPER WASHINGTON. June record Tote tlie bouse today and sent to the senate Hie 1320 annj] appropriation olll carn'log a total and providing tor a temp; and naif round reed alternating.' Roll edge on body and natural ilnlsn, rear -8101111 curtain, rererslble gear, back'adjustable to any pos- ition. Upholstered, Repp, padded jldesNeat and back In' color to milch the bodjr. Wieels, M incb, y. Ihcl rubber tires, nickel plated .hub caps. GBOr 'and pushers, continuous %-lndi steel tubing, nickel "plated banJlf corners. Regular rmci'160.00...... orary 'srn-.y CL men.. g Special original measure recommended by the department carried RUNABOUT s-: read Trilh-balf round roll OD.hood, storm curtains. Color, oak finlah wilh blick cnnmilled gear. Uplolitery, repp, pidde'a allies, seal aDd back. II }4-lncli rubier tlrei, nlrbel-lliteil hub cans. PusJifrt. Inch aa Etoel tubipi. Uetulir 141.50. g' SpkiJ Price FOOD MARKETS ATURDAY SPECIALS lirep in tilt Price of BUTTER We wiU sell tomorrow very choke Farmers'Dairy Batter Thu it the bwt batter Prime Roast Beef Dripping at 3flc per Ib. Choice Roasts of Veal at 22c, 25c 30c Buy where you are protected by the Pu re Food Lawt of Canaii. P. BURNS W. timid MAIN MARKET DOMINION FISH MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH' LICENSE NO. PHONES (t1Z DOMINION COR. 4TH AVE. AND 8TH ST. S. PHONE 1IM ;WOOD BODY PULLMAN SLEEPER Body and gear black enaraeUed. Upholstery, fabrifrold, padded aldas, I back and seat. WTieels, 14-Inch, fnch rubber tires, nlctoled hul '4 caps. Hood, automobile type. Reg- ular price 343.00. S Special Price SULKY Semi-collapsible sulky. Steel frame, block enamelled. Seat lOx W'A inches. .Tubing inn rests. Large fool veil. Regular price 15.00. Special .COLLAPSIBLE GO-CART FYanii, IfliZS inches. Pnshera H-lnch steel tublne, ehony floiBQCd wood croai bundle. Hooij. 4 bow, 25 Inch spread. Back, IP Inches. Padded and tufted, ail- to three Sent, 10il3 inchli. Padded, foot well, equipped with apron. Adjusfnhln IOHKI leaf 12 Inch- es, H-'nch rubber llrts. Sldet daeh serpentine unapt '3-pIy woo venter covered with oak flcdlhtd [lit reed.'- {tegular SULKY, Hlndle 36 long with hand loop. Seat, Padded, hood 3 bow, adjustable, 'covered iv'ilh J'abrlkola. 10 Inch, ii-inch labhor tlrej. Regular price )9.00. Specitl.' C KIDDIE-KOOP Crib, play-pen and biaslnet for> Ihe cost of a crib alone. White enamelled frame, fifety screened aldaj. Spring and Complete TAPESTRY' CHESTERFIELD CHAIR AND ROCKER salte with dwp iprlng biictis, heavy roll irras And outhloni, on best spring .edge, seal, qunllly of roilerlnlB workminihlp, Insuring the miilmum degree of corn- tort and tenting la of pleulog flwil dnltn Buffet MB'two cutlfrry.'.draweTB, large linen drawer, two Voirds.pTab'lo: top it ending to 6 pr.deslal Elyle. QP Aft Arm and w DRE5SER White enamel, lop 39x20 Inches. Brillsh bsvel mirror ZJ Oft -i28 Indies. Two snialPlltkiMrs sn'ij'Wo'largo J9i' DRESSING TABLE W1I16 enamel, lop 19x32 Irlple mirrors, 13r nn 22 Inchej mil Iv.o T.xlS Inches. Two drapers. ii9t I O BOOKCASE QunrHred oak, (urnail (inlah, 50 Inches 21 Inches nn AA wide. 4 slielres, glftsa dCi.iUV Quartered oak turned, (Inish, 69 Incbes high, 39 Inches OO ff thelvos, Iwo g'Rsa doofs. 0 Phoiie5i5' Everything in furniture Dominion Block Lethbridfe ;