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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTUBmiYGE D.-VILV 'llKRALD PAGE EIGHT. our to lho vvorWnjl ibo tor which will go to the {ovcinmeul. II condemns tlio recent nocullon the Bavarian government or communist leader, l.eviue Nlsscn. It voted Iu favor o( tho withdrawal the Cerma.n. troops Iroru Esthoula and Lithuania. It passed naoiulion Jeaiaudtcj lho abolition ol lho death peojl'r. MONTIlrJAl.. June order vras this allerooon issued by tbe committee ot llivlslon No I ol Ihe Railway Shopmen ot America ana unless eleventh-hour concessions are nude hy Ibfc Canadian railway war teard. 10.000 men will Etr'ke on Wednesday ruornlnt. A delegation representing the shop- men have oeen aliemplins to nego- tiate increases in wases and shorter w-crtins hours tor a moult, but wllh- diu not lafce plaoe, havms otl alter l.urlcson rranled their demands tor collective bariainlns and adjustment ol Poalpone Strive a TORONTO. Juno in favor ot an immedh'.e Etrike by rte erai'lovees o! the Toronto Street Rall- al a meeting o: the men but the matter was post- the strike ol telegrarntrs icilav t.- ,i amplification ot the statei made at Atlantic City last n'eht l--ranli Morrison, secretary o. American ot l.abor, rostraapltr-General Eurltson promised lo issue orders which w- resuit in conferences ot officer the telegraphers' union and the graph companies. -1 am glad lo lienr thai." J h> Ihe that has rould :i of tele- included Ibe following paragraph: "Will you aay union or any faction to destroy Ihe freedom ot Ibn i press as the printers' union baa ut- ica when told of the fiatennnl. "I am trying to Icaro some more nbom The {uoposed Mrike ol electrical Anoiber .-idverllsem.ul offered by jlhe UKurced Citizens' was Infsded-. chaos, or i i I Tbe Province primers put in tvp? j j the Citiiens' Leagij; advertrsemem Relumed Citizens'! advertisement. The manBsement'took Ihe siand thai all; Gone 'Are the Days St. Mihl'd M'ien'l in houn.' :uo Laboratories Warning: 'SUNDAKHOILco.tstwJEP.SF.Vi For Constipation Delicious, refreshing arid .ihirst-quencriing. What finer union of qualities could you ask in a beverage? Tested by fundamen- tally and unvaryingly good. the genuine by full wibslilution THE COCA-COLA. Co. MAN. Rom Frail Juices benefit 1 have received from your wonderful incuicine, 'fruila-tivM T hive Men i sufferer for mw yean Irani I'iclext Ilifdtclia, tould Eel no rtrmanenl l-livn1 and 1 did so of trunVs to your iDlcodiil cnfdicinc Ml'.S. ALF.XASDEK SHAW. EOo. a for slie Jjc. At sll dciltrs or nut on receipt of pricf, vostpaid, Limited, Ollawl. _ copy offered Ihein had to ue put into ltpe! vithout iiuest-'ou. The printers li-anied 10 have the Question sub- mitted to Ihe conciliation committee provided under their agreement wltn the Province for ihe -etllenent ot dis- puted questions. The management re- fused to accept the view that this riiiestlou was one (or. the conciliators, and ordertd ihat ine copy be set or the shop vacated. The men there- upon leli their work. The World management Insisted also that the two advertisements' should be put into type, and the men agreed. The freedom ot the press cfaus- was then altered by the pub- lisher ot tie World to read as fol- 'As some members o" lhe( printers union have attempted-" Tha Returned Oifzens1 adver- Isement was refused publication, in lie World on tlia ground that it Fas incitement to riot and disorder, after tlio right ol the management lo-regu- late the nature of own columns had veen vindicated thiough the set- ting up ot tte advertisement. Work in Ihe World olfice The Province noon edition had beeu pub- lished before the trouble reached Its climax. Seven L'nlted Slates industries locating factories iu Windsor. Out. I REST OF SIBERIAN BOYS EXPECTED ON TUESDAY VICTORIA. Juue the bal- ance of the Canad'an Siberian ejpedl- Itouary forco aboard, the C- P- s liner Mouteaglo la fipeoled here lo- morrow night (roui -Vladivostok. Tbe Mouteagls was ill touch with Ihe Esle van wlre'.ess slatlon this morning. Ou board the liner Is XUJor Klmsley, who In command ot the Canadian eipedltlou lo Siberia, aud bla mill- stall. SVILSON WILL STIJMP FOK LEAGUE OF NATIONS dent U'llaoQ oa bis return homo >vlll lour lho country, speaking in tupporl of lho league of nallons. SccreHry Tumulty has corapleled a lltnerary. BOILER EXPLOSION TOOK TOLL OF FIVE DEATHS NEWMARKET, Out, June JL'NR H, death toll In tlio ciplosloll in the I er at lUe Caini) factory Ucro Thursday now numbers live aud II Is eipectecl hat others will John Doolll Alex. Me'l'avlsli died on Saturday Irom Injuries In lUe eiploslon. There Is trouble In educational cir- cles al Sudbury. live leacliars have, resigned and been dlj. missed; lho leacbers accuso Super- vising Principal McCarten ot arro- gant and tnslhoda. COMPULSORY CLOSING-OUT SALE of Mens Young Men's Summer Wear Aquitania 5000 Men is Up jhe Ijisf Canadians LONDON. June (Canadian Aiiccialed Aqui- tania (ailed Salurfay, carrying.-: SOW Canadians, including the ISth and 18th Reserve Battalions, with cadets and 130 unattached of- fictra, 60 ntgro troops from labor battilionl and 35 nuriei from Taplow. .Brig.-Gen. C. G. Arnutrons, En- is In command. Other oHictrj include Major Kelly, Major Capt. Msfilon, 4th Division; Major Norman Perry, 5lh Brigade; Cipt. Mihaffey, Sth BarUlltn. Donald M. TdMler, M.P.; Sir George Fuller and Herbert Hoov- er, dlreciorgeneral, of the inter- allied relief work, were among the passenga'rc, Aquifinla OTTAWA, June millll lias been advised that Ih Aquitania, with. Cauaclia iroops on board, will arrive at Ilalila on or about -luno 13. She carries lai oirlccra. :l cadets and 5165 other rante The department has not yet been advised as lo Ihe units on Board The western claisillcatlon by di.s persal areas'shows tso HO men ior this area. Royal George Dockl IIAUFAX. X. S.. June George, with returnlnj Canadl troopa, docleil at noon today- On board Ihe steamer were the lltri Held Ambulance, Ibe corps' mechanl-' cal Iran-port; section and various de- tills from Klnmel, and Bill- ion, mimberint In alljM offcerj .nd 1352 nun. An Inlerealing group aboard-the was Ihe advance parly of Ihe Canadian war "rrillve -.ccllon, under eommand ol llalor s. D Arroour, ol. Vancouver, and num- bering 12 blflders and livn olher (.ranks. They brouEht 12 Ions of (low- raenls which Ihcy will take with (Hem o Toronto. Since Ihe armisdce was icd ttn secliw has cnjjaEert -r ir'eparing a technical history ot Can adu's part In the war. under, the command ol Gen. II. Hrullnet. C.D. U M 0 IJ S O. The remainder 01 the section are returning Aiul- tanla. BUILDING IS GOING DOWN! Slock must be moved and moved quickly a, ridicu- louslv low prices, which are rare nowadays. Take hill advantage o'f this exceplional sale, an event does iiot come to you tvtty day. Sale starts tomorrow, at 8 a.m. sharp. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S 2 AND 3-PIECE SUITS that were and To move at MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS that 'were and that were and To move at MEN'S FLANNEL TENNIS TROUSERS plairi or striped.yhal were to move at....................' MEN'S TENNIS TROUSERS while worsted serge, that were to move I'ass Resolution Demandirg the Abolition of the Dealh PenaLly J1ERM.V, Saturday, .lune (Ai- rrcssl-Tbe. Majority-Social- ist "party conference al today's session roted In favor unltefl German re- public. dlher action taken W con- ference was' It voleil down til'; Kovenimcnl pro Who Would Not Wear a Panama Hat at these Prices? MEN'S PANAMA HATS-that were and to move at PANAMA HATS that were and to move at MEN'S STRAW HATS, were and lo move a'' MEN'S STRAW brims that, were to move at -75c MEN'S FELT to move at CLUETT, PEABODY'S "ARROW" SHIRTS that were ami to move al "ARROW" SHIRTS that were and to move at MEN'S BATHING SUITS with skirt, that were to move al.......85C BOYS'BATHING SUITS that were 75c 10 move at..................45c ,A SPECIAL LOT OF FLORSHEIM SHOES thai were arid 13.50' to move at .MEN'S CANVAS SHOES White or lo .2.75 MEN'S BIB OVERALLS blue stride only, that wre to moVe to fuiiil p[ lu'Lc vLtHliiiil' ly ailillns im oxlrii Sale Starts Tomorrow, Tues., at 8 a.m. KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET Hart Sctwlfner Marx Clothes, Fashion Craft Qothesand.ihe Horsheim Shoe, ;