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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUJEHTA, MONDAY, JUNK iis BOMBER LANDS IN IRELAND When a Feller Needs a Friend liy DRIGGS Firsl Non-Slop I'llght in History By Vimy Domber BROWN AND ALCOC1C THE Winners of Daily Mail I'rlzc of Made Trip in 1C {lours LONDON', xJune. plane landed near Cllfdeu, (Inl- way, Irclnntl, at nine-forty, mid eimiplelr-d llie "Hislil in sixteen lioin-s. MADE GOOD LONDON, June the Vickers-Vlmy biplane, driven by Capt- Alcock, was first lighted, crossing the Irish coast, dispatch lo the Dally Mall from Clifden, Galway, an airplane flew out from the Cranmore airdrome to render assistance. Thil ma- chine landed near the quay, but unfortunately was wrecked, owing to the toftnels of the oround- When machine 'IsndebY'Lleiil' "Arthur W. Brown, the navigator, said to Capt. Ai- cock'; "What do you think of that for and Ihe pilot of the niachlne responded: Igoo.d." The two men who had Just com- pleted an epoch-miking .BOTH WEHE USED UP v-t. VVtien assistance'reiche'd 'thev machlne, the two aviators were helped to the ground, and was found that Lieut. was, cllghtly Injured on the. nose and mouth by. the Jolt given the ma- chine -when It strucH the ground. Both'men were deaf and-dazed and were unable to walk steadily for somo They quickly and were es- corted to the wireless station In Irlumpfl, being given the best hos- pitality available. They distri- buted as souve.nlrs and gave away and cat which were niaccots during the trip. Th; .entire- equipment was raln-ioiked by downpour dur- Ini ths'Journey. Flying Ordeal Describing.the trip. Ihe aviators laid Ihoy liad a very trying ordeal. Alcock saying that tho sun c4me out only once, when the biplane had illalned a helshl of feel. Only three aslronomlcal -observations iTOro possible during Oie voyago. Tho al- varieil from-a [col above the vfater. up lo 1 Scei. and Ihe filers ntvor slebted a linglo ship.: "I did not know onco Tthathcr down or >Rtd Capl. "Once we ascend- nl" hurriedly when'' wo saw green illanttc, only SO feet below." Tho breaking away of the propel- current (or Ibe wlrelnss soon nfltr ttio slnrl pre-, rented tne men from communicating rlth Ihe shore. Wben II happened i.lsul. nrown nollced liat Iho propel- ler had carried away ivllr. It one of the slay wires', but he did not lell -''tapl. Alcock unL'l after lliey landed u Clllden. When Alcock learned ot !ho accident, lie "1 would nave lurnod back had I known." were hiring the trip, mid I.leut. Urown had In climb Irdm his scat lo clear the lee away from Iho petrol gauge. By today nolh men were looking per- well wllllncly dl.ilribulod -lulographs lo udmlrers, Cnpt. Alcock nantcd -In fly to ttngland In a bor- fnwcd plane, but companion ob- ''1 hare hp.d enough flylni !or bll." Printers on Two Vancouver Papers Ordered to go Back 1ST COMING ON SCOTIAN; HOME ABOUT JUNE 2 5 OTTAWA, June 16.-The liner Scotian will arrive at Montreal on or about June M, according lo militia departmen advice. She car- ries section one, fifth divisional ammunition column, and the 66th battery for Montreal; the allt battery and details for Otjawa.th- 53rd, 52nd, 55th batteries and details for Toronto; the 60th battery and details for Winnipeg; the battery for Lelhbndge; section three, tlflh divisional ammunlllon column and details lor Vancouver, and the 5Elh battery and details for Victoria. The western clacsili- callon by dispersal areas is as follows: neslna, 1 officer; Medicine Hal, 4 officers, 76 other ranks; Cal- officer; Edmonton, 3 olficers, 106 other ranks; Victoria, 12 officers, 76 other ranks. InlcrnalionaL Typoxraphical Un- ion Takes a Hand in Strike at Strikers Going Hack (o Work Causing Dis- satisfaction Telephone Of- fices I'icketled. VAXC'OrVHH. June rumor Ibat ills employees of llie llritlsll Co- lumbia .Sugar Iteflncrr would return to work some lime loday, added -to the fact thai three-fourths ot The em- ployees of (he Vancouver Engineering Works arc hack at work, caused great illssMisfairllon In strike circles Ihls iiiunlllll! The local strike sltuallon Krows less encouraging to tho strike I connniitee. Several u! the telephone operators .vho struck returned in ihelr switch- hoards this morning- Tho telephone service in Vancouver Is fasl approach- ing normal eiccrit on iwo long distance lines. No attempts havo been made lo Interfere with the tele- phone workers.'who remained on the bv reducing the burden on the present Job. and telephone equipment has not producer, of essential things. I been touched hy nke B Those uf .he working class who ad- who are indulging I" picketing around vucatc the lak'ng over of llie machin- i Ibc exchanges ..ihnt.ii crv of wealth production-could only The Citizens League dlstribntefl il for the same purpose as k is copies ot their t.rsi nJlletm at eiplollatlon. The iM-llel this morning in which Ilio coming change in sociely can lie strike- is fleuounc'rl as being an a.- brougbt about by peaceful and crnis.i- templed revolutionary Labor leader Advocates Consti- iulional 1'rocedurc in Present Strife tutional methods. There will be need tor violence in Hie transition 1 if Hit ruliiiK classes will recognize Ihal the preseiil economic system has reached ila limit, and accept the fact that cooperation is the dynamic force which will fare society from chaos. At the Colonial Theatre, on Sunday atlcnoon, E. T. KiiiEsley. of Vancou ver. H.G.. gave an address on "The Universal J-anur. Unrest." The meet-1 ing was held under the auspices of.. the Lelbbridgc. .Trades und Labor I 1 Council Ihe chair. being 'taken by i I Donald. j Modem society: said >1r. Klngsley, has run ils economic course ant] Is in slale of collapse. Tlie same tale. In store.' he foil', for olhcr social stems'based on. ibe exploitation al] slave labor. .The pyramids o[ Egypt j are inp'numenls of ine arrogance of; the ruling class of thai country and were built hy slnvc labor. leaflet di-tines the issue as being choice between tbe "rtd or lha red, while and liiue." The Alaskan alearasliip service was resumed Saturday, when Ihe Princeas Alice cleared for Skagway with a tu.l list of passengers and n full cargo. The Inlernafional Typographical I'nion escciitivei-has ordered Ihe Van- couver ioTV on strike to re- turn lo work-' "The entire printing staff of llie Vancouver Sun walked out Friday ntBht.lasl on refuslliB to set up an ediloritl which they considered a reflection on.lhu of .Iho Etrike commillee liere. The-SlMl.has I not pulilislied for three (lays as a con- sequence. Printers. .Qull-fi -V VEH, Jane'.IC.jT-The. Van- MJUVOT I'rOTln'ccf ceased' -pUblicattlin afler-noon. today. The .cm-. -ploved by the 'Province refused -this Khr innrnlnE lo scl up an adTerlisement Calgary Lawjer Appointed .l.nr norn ng sn. nml n ___II U fit I 1 Purpose Hy Provincial Government Territflc Cyclone Struck Village of Grassy Lake The modern TvageVorker is no less! KDMOXTOX, Albert.. a slive lliaii was Ihe feudal serf, lie Clinlon- James Ford, k. C-, solicitor is .he blEjest joke il Ihe ages: work- lor Ihe cily of Calgary, has been ap_ ing for nothing-and paying for his pointed commissioner under chanter board 13 of the provincial Statutes of ms.lo _ m 11 sllC.1 H It 161 i board 113 of the pr_ .The sneaker oulimed the growth I dispute., betwe.n o( sociely .tid ihe'developmenl. of Ibc I where Ibey cannot at nduslrial machine. Iracing Ihe rise of j proper prouorlion eai-n J Ihe capllalUtlc class which overthrew Ihe laking care I lha feudal.system. IMS OF Alberta Wat Southern Alberta Wat by of thunderstorms last night which did a. great dtsl to put in end to the pessimism over the crop outlook, and from nil ac- ray BAD FIRE FREDERICTON, H.B.. June 16. laroe (i'e Is rcporleo at M.S., SO miles west ef Ompbellton, on (he Cinndlan Nlllonal Hallway. Forty houses are reported 16 beno burner! and a Urge lumber mill ed, Aboul half the settlement Is wiped, otil. i PARIS, June strike called by Ihe federation of miner) went Into effect this morning. It In Rallwaymen Back I'AlllS. .luno Irnnsiiorla (Ion workers of Turin, wlio hnvo aeci on slrlkc for inorO than re- llirncd lo Ihelr plncca (oday, and ser- vice on Ihe subwuy.i, .Irnnuvays busstn was normal.' WILL DELIVER LIST OF WAR CRIMINALS PARIS, June alllti havl- proniitsdl 1C; tt- liver wllhln.one' month a list of peraonl whom they Intend ID Iry for the and violation :of Ihe rules of war.- counts il will carry the crops through another ten days. Telephone and telegraph wires are in trouble in many parts.of the south, the Canadian Press wire lo (he Herald office no'. 'Ing till 10.10. The rain, which came from Ihs southeast, covered Ihe whole rltory along the Aldersyde line and on the Macleod line from Graniim north lo High Hiver. In., sections there very heavy rain, miking the roads almost Im- passable.. In the Coalhurst dis- trict the rain was also and will stop the drifting of the soil which has bten seriously' in. Jurlng the crops there. Altogether, tlie crops between Lelhbridoe and Calgary look won- derfully well, much belter than Ihe Herald representative who, covered the ground Sunday, rjad- been led to expeil. Only where: the soil drifted Or where cutworms' did their work do the crops look backward. The country In Iho.re- gion Of Macleod and Pincher Creek could stand a good soaking rain, but on the whole the, litua. tlon 100 per cent. Improved 6ye'r a week ago, Report! fort the south and- east this mornlnj, though meagre, are' Indicative of a good rain. The Foremott line boasts the belt crops in the south, although those ol the Vulcan' district run them a olost A dlslinct feeling of opllmltm prevails today over the whole outlook. lightning Hit and Buinl Down Holel; Plow Outfit jv'erluvned and Occupants Seriously in )islrict fell in deluge; Tele- graphic Telephone Com- munication out of- commis- sion. A ttrrifi; struck Ihe ..llagc of CinJ.sy Lake, .ast night, with great electrical disturbance. Liqhtnlng hit the German hotel, which has been unoccupied, and burnt il to the ground. The-fain, accompanied with hiil, came down 'n a regular deluge. A truck car, attached to a plow- ing'outfit, south of-.the village, was overturned In the .hurricane and 51s inmates, Mr. and Mrs. Berler, Mrs. Patterson.and others were seriously injured, so much so that medicjl aid had to" be rushed for. Mrs. Patterson Is In a very grave condition, being ren> dered unconscious. Windows in the houses in Grassy Lake were sh'allered, but beyond the burn- Ing of Ihe German no fur- ther damage is reported; Tele- phone communication with van lout parts of the countfy, and telegraph poles.aro down, and il 'Is difficult to obtain definite In- formation of last night's storm. Austria, and the Malknns' feudal politically and had lo disappear. The recent irorlil in trta'i mtiii ing disputes, llie rounlcinallly maliiUE the. claim should Immediately write Mr. Kord. as commlsjloner under tha to adjust Ih6 dispute, applications must be made lo onlv means ot i Mr- lllc nrs! Jll1s': All social-! .Mr. Ford ha. nlso been Izod properlv, such as mines, railroads a commissioner under cliapler .01 ibe provincial slatilles. 1913, bcmc !in act respecting subdivided and oilier nroperliea. In any municipality, other Ihan cllie-i of .five .thousand or over, uus lui ini-.i upon aiiplicalion tel'ng' made'to the Is coiidilional; ihe'ivage earners must commissioner, tho municipality or by render more Value lo Ihe owners Ihan j owner of properly, Ihtv rccelvo'iu wages. i siontr has lull power to'cancel sub- NofProducers j to deal wilh q.ucstiqn.5 of tax The city Industrial workers arc nol difficulties, and in f.icl.lo straighten a the'old order fiEhtinE I and other like ulililies, are oivned h i and the while cngaglng'themselves' free, are depend- cnt-nr'on tlie owners ol these proper- ties for Itieir very cilslcnce. This LIJI1B I" "I........ nvwhich the Citizens' Committee, the Great Veterans'. Association c'ominenlcd on the Vancouver slnke. The publishers of. the- Province 'In- formed their printers Ilia! Ihe neus- Uiiper would cease publication rather Ihan concede Ihe right, of the men lo dictate Ihe'characler ot the matter apuearinE in columns. Tile print- ers Ihen met and decided lo walk out Both .aflernonn papers published at noon their usual early edition. There Is some doubt as yel whether ihe World will be Involved in Ihe strike. It H is Vancouver .will be without la'lly newspapers, as llie morning paper ceased puhlicatlon lor a similar cause, three dayi ago 1 [1C CUT inuusiriai tkumu-ia oit L'WL I mniclluieS! aim in 1.11-1 tu producers' of essentials in the way of i ou, ln a summnry way any foods'lufls and can never hcpe (o inilt eiisls with refcrcllt'6 to without 5anic. .The commissioner also has ....--------1.1.... (ull [0 deal witli r'laml-lying in c nh" area whether the land II or is nol I subdivided Into lots or blocks which be particularly defined and. d'e- the active .asslslance of. the larmers. Tht Ind'nslrlal workers alone, arc ah- solulely. ponerless lo solve Iho p lem confrbnlfne; sociely. The flgrL- tural worXcrsi.br .farmers, who are. as much Iho -viciiics ol capitalism as j the clly. workers, the power to scribed as an area havinE characteris lies dlslincl from al Ihe rcsidne ol the lands lying wiibin The Communist Government, Ignores Allied Trench Forces on Move Cop- I'rcss) of: ilic ultiiiialiim to "'t Soviet rjovc-iilincnl, lite, entente inn miliiary tic- Is conilucled 6ii Ihe jiroralse-io-pay, or rred'l'-.vsteih, anil society Is facins 1 Mr. Ford ba, Imil a very extensile bankrJmc-V experience ll( nuestlons of Capllnl. is liccoming like slasejand iasaiion. nml if lliero arc any EL PASO, T.exaa, June A report was received at military hendquarlers at 1050 today that fighting was In prooress between United cavalry, under com- mand of Col. Thompklni .and a Villa dtUfchmenl In the vicinity of San Lorenzo, opposite YsleU, Texas, 12 rHllts cast of El Paso. money, bccansn of inflaled values. The speaker ridlcijlc'd Ihe hlsh cost of living; Ihe IroilWe lay In the facl Hint Ihe conlinodily. labor power, was sell- ing licldV lie ventured lo pro- did thai in Iho near future Hie house- wife lo carry Ihe money lo inakt-a'lew'Slinjile purchase! in Tlie capitalists are unable (o slnve nff approachlnB .clisasler. If It. were possible, (ho capitalistic, class wonHl grant blEh wnges nnd Improved.work- ins condllions, as n6body heller than they realize conlenlert working people flrb ndt.Rlrlltr.niaVers. The' ElRnnllc sirnssle now (akhig place ijelweeii cap'jallsls ot ill i lions lo eaplutf Phn world's riarkels mskcs It Impo'ssiMe; the law ol Ihe survival or (ho flllest will prevail. The solution lo (he world problem lays with return from In any of those lines, in of .iho inuniclpalilles. whelhpr rural cir urban. In .Ihe squill- ern half of the province Mr. Ford, as commissioner Is aulhoMicd lo deal will? them. Tlie proceedings will be Informal, the coal of adjusting these mailers r.-lll be slight, lo llie.mjinlc.i- palilio? applying. Tho powers In Ihe arc cllremely wide, and were so made by Ihe legislature in Iho hone that nny complications ol.ttilj kind, might fr straightened oiit-durlng (he present year. Ihe clilc-e' (o more pro iluccrs of css'chllnls are.iiccilcd, ibcre A >'f 0 LEAVING PETROGRAD ____' LONDON'. June preparations are helns for evacuation ,of Tclro-. fr .grad, Yinlllil rocips "linvc arrived al 1'rcsi- JIM-S, 31 miles S'ienna. The I'rcncli llie newspaper adds, cmplialically' reriiscs lo ..willi rrpi-oscnlrtlivcs of Holslicvism i'n Hungary. lUllan Forces-'Move flOMEi advancing on the Vlllach-Sinvllo line, on iho frontier hrlween Italy Il Is .announced. This7 movement Is Inlended (o coun-. leract tho action ol the Jugo-Slavs in Ihe KIsEcnlurl region.. Winding Up Hun and Co. .PARIS, June Koch and other miliiary leaders attended the vmecllnr, ol Ihd council ol live-today- The meeting developed the a general wind-ill) o.! (M Oerman lIV. .untion, ;