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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MeraW Xll. LlifHUHIDO.Ii. H, NTMUFJl VIMY BOMBER WAY Local Member Critical About Tariff Changes Some Railway Men 30 Out VANCOUVER PRINTERS OBJECT Don't Go Far Enouifh to Reduce! would Uvinjc CosLs or Make plements Cheaper fc o wesi would Law- a number ol members hi Hit- ir ihc rjrotecllonlili L-ontlnm-d ISSUES WARNING TO 1'KOTEtVflOiNISTS OTTAWA. June" 13.-Several muro .ware, heard in tlie budget de-1 hate in Ihe comniona today, bill ibe J division on the MuMantar amendment] Is not pipecled until toward the enrl ot nest week. Today the flrsi wealeru member place liittisolC ON record Whiddon. number lor Brandon. said lie would support the finance uripiflier's proposals, although ho would hive been beiier pleaied liau (he. made iveil i greater. However, the budget was n move.In the righi direction, he said. aiid.lbV should not eipcd nil Ilio tariff 'changes lo be nude in onp year. P. F- Caagraln. who ai-j SRrlei lhat protection '.vaa al Ihe root; of our national irouWea. j iJr. J. Ertwanls. of orouily defended Urn lorernmcnt Hnd r Iht budget pioposalx, maintaining J lhat the" Unionist government: bnd (he tariff more (ban tbe Lib-J erals baa done during the many years they were (n olficp. I J, K. JVAnjou, Ilimouikl. 5ald lhat Canada, raced wiTh baufcruplcy be-! cause of irorMn'.lhfc-w.Br? He opposed Eel bei-auac II, favored the marmfac- lurers ot Ibe expense of the consumers. Buchanan. Lclhhridge. In voic- ing .Ills disapproval of the tariff pro- visions or the budget, maintained .that the tlme.TvaS opporlune .lor larlfT're- .ilnctjplWTbefause such Would' reduce V'liSf If rink wiilcb bad Tariff changes ,a lo. Apply'during llie. reconstruction period; Kifiuond Pronlx nl Presrol't, In sup- port of the. -McMRSler iniendmcnl, salJ he wai preppired go as far ss the member tor Red Deer (Dr. in making tariff changes. J. K.. Johnston, ol MoiinUlu, in Ibelr present uncorupromUJoE tilde, thts large western rfrpresenlalum would La concentrated in opposition lu Ill wii ajjd Ibe? -.vould Le in a position i to control the slluallon. lie staloil (hat he was In hearty accord xvlfli a portion of tbri JJcMasler cinendmcni. j Spare Men Tlireal of Some Running Trades Railway workersjn Winnipeg, Carried Out bul Main Services All Being Excur- sion Trains Cancelled to Keep Main Lines Going. WINNIPEG, June 'wilhrjra.vai of tervlce" of somt of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and that of rail- way firemen went into tiled lasl night and this morning, but it wj> by union officials Ihzl "spare men Immediately tteppcd Into of those who left their posls. So traffic msve- ment Is concerned, officers of the thru railway companies declared, everything is ncrmivl with the exception of jtop'page nf the train running between Winnipeg and Transcora, a suburb, where the Na- llonal Transcontinental shops are lota led, which" ii Hied largely by workmen In travelling to arid from work. Canadian Pacific officials announcfld'lhii mornipg temporary cancellation of Ihe excuriton tpeeiilt. between Winnipeg and Win- nipeg Beach, the pleasure resort. TO EDITORIAL ATTACK MADE ON STRIKE LEADERS AND QUIT JOB Ixical Railtrav Men Gel Wire I'rom Brolhtrhood Offioials To Slav at Work I, r. WILLIAM AND HEIR TO RETURN HOME Troop Trains Crossing: Germany Arc Issues Ulfimatum COBLENZ, June'. (Anooi- iletf Pren.) An -uKlmalurn de- manding the Immediate continua- tion of the movement of PolUh tfoopi aeons' 'Germany haa been Mnt to tht German povernment by Foeri, accordfna lo rflipatchei received here rrorn aPi. Orders were at BeHJn ?B.o hold up Ppllih held at Coblcni.'anelhir'at'Trtves, two and eight In the interior of. Germany. transfer of PeMjih trogpt' from France to" Po land about afic .weeha ago and due. to be completed on Jiint 17. iJn.-1 Birllrr-dribilcli, received on 1W Ceroian. inlitlca toramtEBion at Spa, 'lisd ten Dupont. cMeC.oC the Krepch inlaslon In Herlln, declaring Ibat Po- laoJ fnteadeQ to distribute I wo. div'.- oi Gen. EDMONTON, June civil servants in the employ of the provincial government are to have another echeduTe of salaries and grading. The (list one. given out at Ihe beginning o? the monlh. aroused dlstaLMzclion, ED the government decided to cancel it iind make a- niv; one. Premier Stewart, before leaving Ottawa, met the executive cf the atiDcialion and went into the mat- ter svHh 'them, with VIMY FLIER AWAY Muit Obierva Contract 5. It. head of the ft Kiln-ay llroiheruuuuc. usrc morning colvtil the wire from Win nipee oiiU'latsot Ihe brotherhood live lo tlje strike of of the rall- men ol Ibe running trades ibcre: June ol firemen and trainmen In Thursday night passsJ de- luding thnt unices cerlaln Ihlngs were [done with a of prorapllr iet jeililtng strike sltuktlou al lihey vnuld leave tbe serilcs of their resptciiva raflroad companies on FrJ-{ day. evening, ihe 13tb. al 6 o'clock. Ii j j appears tfaat Ibe larger number" of. i members ol eacli orgtnltatlon. E.'. Lbe respective meetings irere tdiplojepa ivTio, on .flccoiiDt of reductloji ol bufil- iieas, do not. and could not hold regu- lar "employment, evidently quite a number ol "members ol bolli organ5.- r.aiion.s arc leaving the service on an ill ego] and sympathetic strike, so-; called, tliis [FriJay) evening. Please advise all niemtcrs of our organiza- tion tbnt under no circumstances can l.ONUON, June H.- The for nier Geiman emperor and the crown prince will return lo flercuiuy as soon pajce ueal.r ia acconl- Ing lo a well-informed [n Amslerdain. qiinteil In A wireless Horning Paper 'The Sun" Tied Strike Is About Ihe Same Will tie Handed Id Germans Monday or Days To Sitn Combine Plane Stnrts Non-Stop an illesal or sympalijetlc slrlte be PARIS. June H-CAssocWed s F coiinlenancctl, but thai ihe railroad coniicll live f.onllDued Ihe brotherhood will, uudertalce by every! work of etlillnp ITin revised reBsonabls means at its disposal io I Incnty this morning, n) ihc; same lime I mainlain proper contrAcL relations 1 enabling llaron the Trans-Atlantic Flighl at June only phase in Ihe Firlke simatlon here i overnight was Hie walk-out of ibe v printers at ihc Sun ollk-fc who took el- s' lu an editorial reflentlnE. ihey I claimed, on (Jie and .niiiririir viml .shifts ;i few .honf-s, Ihc nviafors will "hup this afternoon. No Menage CAM: HACK. MM.. Juno the Jlarconi Wireless Company lo iho Associated message was r'ccelvrd hy n-irsless from (he VfmT bomlicr during the TirsL hour of ftJglit toii-ard the Irish coast. Tola sileute may be explained by the fact l.hat .l.ient. llrown. llie opcralor, To Walch For Vi'my Airplane LONDON', June air minia. trr in aunoinicliig Ilils afLernoon Ihal Ihc Vickcrji-ViJiiy Irans-Allanllc alr- liad slarinl, saitl thai nil ships on ttid route hnd breri warned Co wntcli Tor her to give all directional as I sistancc pos5lblc. BOMBER MAKES CLEAR GET-AWAY .CAI'K RACE. XM, JliTic The Vimy bomber nindc K sood, clean gel- an-4j-. K vrflE seen to steer straight for Cape Spesir arid then .lo laVq a dlrccl COIITBG for Ireland- News nl Ihe depRrlurc or the air- plane was broadcasted lo nil ships li.v wireless from ('ajtc Had6 and re-- Iftycd them from vessel 'lo rcsscl aflrosB the Atlantic. Ih Holicrl Hordoii, 'prinu1 niinislcr of ntla, lo institute cliaiifiyii ui his cfihiucl as relieve lion. Sir Jniiios nf Ihn porl- folio ijf soldirr.V civil lislnilcil'l' iiiul provide, Ihe ap- poiiiliiiefil of 11 vcsiioitsihk'. inin- islcr and a depuly jnini-dcr.vvlio H'jd in aclivc scl'vico, ho BrbtherhooJ of Ilailwk.r-Tralnnien. to J. T, conductor. Vancouver: Juno U nil ere land, (hat repraeentatives ot to acquaint Tlieri la no change in Ihe situation, i-Ihe waterfront. A curltllerj .lerry treaty ivjll lo.tlic Vevia left Iftte lonlgbt.- will be prtated and rcadf' lo Ihc Germans OQ Monfli ThlR company announces Iho sailing today of'the nicamer Princess-Alice- lor .Alaslca, Inaugurating the. tciimt 11 is trie present, jtlfcn' ot .the. couu- cTl to reiieiv conirderalSonfot Lhe Aus- ie T.eceivtd- on council liere aave switchmen end lirenien on all roads have Rent .ultimatum lo provin- cial And-feJtVal aulhorltlefi IhRl Lhor will Vtrlkfi'tonlgbt unless certain con- dilions are complied with. .Ifcetioge of [iTemea ftnd membara of our or- unlxallon ivero held during the last evenings find passed iuch me mli era Un nighL-TVere to 1he effect (hat. unlass certain condi tloni were agrted Lo tbey would leave the, Berrlce. Thla Friday even'.ng meetliif. as held, vran largely com- of- younger. Irreiponslble mem- the many of ivhoni-Hre on (lie extra lint and nol holding regulir poilllons al llils tlmt on Bc-coiinl reduction In trran tafnis on JIand lires of Turkey will tne.sday. Some iiioditications' "vvei'e made, by Hie council yesterday'" lu lalJor covenant In Ibe peace existing lalior silualionr Irt countrlaa, wllli clever Herman'' lactlcs, had resulted In (his part of tlio irealy becominE oiie of the; prin- cipal nttack ln-.lbp, counter- proposal. The. situation caused a lengthy which resulted in. certalii inoJIftcat'ons hi iHe conven- tion. A" The allied reply lo Hie German -pro posflls. it developed lortuy, lay parUcnlar Btress upon (ht character ot Ibe pernianenL reparation rpmrala- Bion. It. be explained to tlie Ger- ni n OK tbat Ihia commission IB npL a tyrannical oody. but that ;t 1 ad- mlnlaItr its riulles In x1 of ]i8ss helpfulnMs, in RB In facill- tale Germany's erononilc rocomlMic tlon. U is learned thai Ihe short 'lime limit fciren Genhanj' for K reply Is largely due lo the German i them- f.r. and wort. Assure all ot our (selves. Tneymrt understood lo have meoibent iany allemnted strlXe of eatd Ibey ivould nol r.eQUlre.more than Rt Ihls point will not bo ru'ruterJally fall, roorn pspectnlly O.P.R., 1 Tiew Ihe sllvia- tioni- all of IbaL contract agreeru'etils must be ma.ir.lM.lapd. Our members must 'be prepared 'To do evorylhlnj neceisarr to continue un- Ii3lh.ln.yanl and Sun" VANCOUVER, ex-' ceplicin lo an.edllorlnl y-liicb they con- sldereri reflected upon tne smcoriiy Ihe. pr'ese'nt, slrlftli leni inc printer's .at. tne S.iin Office reiusei] to work last iiiglHv ivith llic result that there.was no issiiq of Vancouver's morntnff paper this The men loot eiceptioii lo Ibe editorial when lu ivork' nad later held a chapel meeting fol- ring irbii-h they served notice on the iiaiicr tlial iin- s the eJiloriai in queslloii eipnnged, they would retuse 10 This the inanagerocnl refusod and llie men walked out. in" dirf-d violation of agreements will] Ihc TVJIO- graphical Union.. There was no liv dlcalioii thia morning, thai the evun- papers here would be affet-tc.'I by tha printers' E live clays to reach A decision, Fri rlay nlilit's tmM -only daya would lie given for Ihe anfltver ivlih three days o[ gr.aco ,ar- miailcc wjis suspended in tho evpnt a.ennan refusal lo .sign.) reports- from Germany on Ihc pros- peels ol Germany's signing the .Irealy nre lacking, it hiiown that thu conn Inlerruptert. _ ._ __________ Iraln sirrlce. Ally adylse out ia arllrg upon Uic btliel lUsi bers'anrl other .honeat latorinK menjis no general teeling on .the parl In you'r much of the In forcrialion from Ihe Ir.bor lemjtle In Winulpftg by (he men ftt Vancouver" Vinri" eJsevrhere lias btcii niiareiiresenlBtirarirt in many rcspccls entirely the inaascB against, German accepi ancc o( (he lernis. Optimism Tirades Ihc council in this reaped; Enquiry Inlo MedictiV Services Overieaa Slopped When Armistice .Signed 'HI Likely iSuil' Movcmrnt Against Pro-jBpnnCsc Sonic parts of l-olbbrldse district rcneirert good showers rivirlug (he elcr- trlcuhatorni durJnfi last eycnlng Noblofof'l anrt Monarch dls- had liern.in need ol molf- iiiru HS'innrh other pnrl of Ihe abiilh received nbotit. aiffl one- 'Half hour's good rain, .trhlth will be a great aid in'corryins along Ihc crops unlll the nnl Rencr.il rain. centre of a severe electrical storm 'for- a few nln- during the crenfr.fr, racelred no rflinilill Ihls moinlrig- a Bhtrr ahowcr fell for. Jtboiit .'Iqn mlnulis. also. cf f.ethbrldfc apmb ,hm1 fiooA -rtn and this mornftifi. dfsfrlcfj Ihe PHKIX. June H. I In consequence of lleg. crtateri hy 'ihc ijojivilar movu- infthi ngainaC pro-Jupunese niemlicrs fff the BOternrneni. Iho cabinet has re- signed Aftd Prejlrient Hsu Shlh Chane hflir ttifd bis [nlciillon lo quit OlHce. 1' ni tbe prealrfent'f OTTAWA, June (he Jeil- ns reporl on Ihp overseas medical services, {a regard ID which there tas beeo, ronsldf-rnhle inriuiry by op- meinbera, haver made, tf (lie effect (if a parllanientar.r relurn itnleil In the conimonn today by llie minister of mllllla. The re- port, n'hlch Is in the form of n slate: nient from Ilic overseas mllHnir an- (Jiorltles, fhvwa l.leut.-Cnl. J. 3, Jen- Til ns anil Major (J. 8. Craggi named H sub-committee ol a general Invest'galtiLg conimlllee appoTrilcd ia Inquire Info the orfarlzallon ,o[ DillU serviced They lu make reconitnendatfona Ip r ,1 I regard to economics wMch. mtglil hi Cross In ronnectlon irlth UIB ad- inin'slrntlon of military hospitals. Thfc rylarn slales no report was eter made hy Iho bemuse before tbe work ot (he gen- crnl luvestUtillng committee was rom- Ihe armlailcc was nlEned.', -In vlen- ol Ihe lhal. nJlllliir? (orcea were in "ii slale ot transition or urn being [lembblllzed. th> medical M'r- vices liatl lo .he reorganized (o the new conditions, and II me not [prdcMcabJB.lba.L further action i l not be ncctnlcd. This would'', i mount flrliuOly lo a vote ot confldenre Jn l chief e.teciitlvo which Is need tit (o strcngtbtfl his In h.'a- mill- Strikes throughout the country ron< [Inue! Is fin- Ihe'fllfifiitioii In Chin A is Frontier Inlo Galicinn v Trrilory OMSK, June (Runian graphic the 'norlh- crn end of the front wed of Ural, the Siberian have, captured snd are advancing (owird Vltlka, an offlcljl aiaUment On the loutharn front there it fighting nfir Saripul and-) near Utn. Bolshiea In Galicia -Tur.e Hdl shcvik ifOojis, lire reported 16 hive rroased'lhc Gftllc-inn boundary rtntJMo anrroaching w.Uh Iho evident Intention of Joining tha linn- Earlaii Ian frontier is reached.' Mi hli- hangc Telcgrnph rtlspatcli Irpm'Vlen- 4, under Thursday's date, Tbe vices added, report ir: favorable In Ihelr military- oiieraltona, Tiic'y have rocnplnrGd several 'ibwn? frOm be taken along the Unes: when (hfl sah committee ivas MAKlS'b READY FOR EVENTUALITIES rXniR. Juwtf sub- iin'rinc blockade council net lo'dar, according to an official t 4 Elalemeiit, for "final conildera- rendered, cer-; 4 ff ;