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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -TUESDAY JUXR 17, I'JUI i: DAILY MERALU t'AUK FIVK ON FEDERAL AUTHORITY WINNIPEG, June authority from the federal goverii- Ottawa, armed with war- rants issued by the Dominion gov- ernment officials, nine men whom ttcret authorities had i marked down as leaders ol Bolshevist pro- pagandar arrested this morning, accordlna lo an official ttatement Issued by Acting Chlet dl Police Chris H. Newton at 10 o'clock this morning. II was de- clared all of those taken into custody played a prominent part In tho sympathetic strike, now In i Its filtt; week. They were taken to Stoney Mountain penitentiary. None Edmonton KDMONTOX.'Juiie have been no arrests made over llic EtrikP. None at Jaw MOOSK JAW. June arrests are reported in, connection willi Ihe recent federal government order. No Arrests at Calgary C'AI.UAttV. June arrests ot firikcrs here. Free Press Arrests. WINNIPEG. Juno this developments, the Manitoba Free Tress loilay gives prominence lo an editorial denouncing _ "strong-arm methods." saying in pun: "It emphatically disassociates itsell from any strong-arm policy of break- lug Iho strike. "The Free Press declares that in ils Judgment actions of this character would have an effect diametrically op posite lo that which its promoters at tribute to It. -It would complicate ai already Intricate situation; -it would the department ol Justice, anil llie de ol tabor was not concerned will) Ihcni. The labor minister remarked, now- ever, that it It a "verjuice Job." ltd tula that there woro no new develop- meuts In the sliikc. which he referred lo as'S "tragedy." None Arrested at Saskatoon I7..--XO arreds ol agitatora or strikers hate leMi made here. Mounted polli-e have not i been notified lo lake any aclidll. LONDON, bers of ihu signing the cu cabinet favor ternn mob prolous'und embitter the I "It Is true lhal Ihhigs have been done aud words have been utlc-rod which may very properly be made ILe 'basis for acllflu'lu Iho courls; but i iu tllu iustilutloil aud prosecution of i luese adieus ibere must be scrupulous i regard lor all those provisions of the j law which are the protection ol the In- stitution 'and prosecution ol these act- i s It Is aultorilallvely stated that no other seven ate opjxwed to .jienlng. H'ilemsr illauaU'h Ircm Iler- swilcbuieu or firemen will strike iSaskatooii. Officials in close touch wiiti ill lULtion between llie shopmen and rail- Ilin sl1- j A Cor.ctss'on to Germany I'AltlS. Juno toe con- ui _ way war board said they had roasts lor (.ierinany Ca5e sbe signs the liface treaty. H lT--irned toJay, is the use o[ M per 'cent, ot ber mercliaut ships for --itivo years. Other concessions woulii strike- leaders at llie instance of fed s he pciMlsslou for ber to ilicckarg ol Winnipeg, in the due riecutlon ol llieir ditlv, and to tiring ihe Clemenceau to Apologize June new allie.l terms reach The (Jennan delegates are due r.rrive in Weimar on Tuesday after- noon. The minor members of tbe delegation and expert attaches will come irthls cily directed from Ver- sailles. Uieir (lllly, anu to tirillg int; >ari rrecs) ine amen leavu j force into hatred and contempt- and ed here late last night and the first lo procure unlawful me2liqgs, hiul lo'apparent upon __ _I4_____ _ ilio Itcrman! subjects' ot the' Ita'ders who remained aivakc to King lo believe that the. laws if for the terms wap that ot depress Dotiilniou were umluly ailmiuisttced A reparl passed rapijly ibrongh the and unlawfully tci rlisilurh llie ,n [peace and to raise discontent in tte! heads are'lesirting' of subjects'of the King, and signing of the ivhfire raliio antl excite tumult and Cenimny was highly temporarily, that terms is'lncvilable if they are. not by a blvm dor that would be an opportunity to appear ai labor's cause." Robertson Satisfied WIN'NIPKO. June lqi-s statements with rcfiTtm-e lo of Ihe foreign office available poiicc force and pressed (lie deepest pessimism and of juslicc in -A paper known as tesentment ut (ho alleged cruelty ol Labor News, special (he "TEA FOR THREE Meet a lover, fasiTnating and bril- liant; u ivife, loyal but lonesome: a liusbatiir.'etodgy and neglectful; and ip three acts of sparkling, humorous igile and unique, extremely origin- of the ]aivsr and did cause In Xo one would lite conference witli Comnilssloner A. Perry, of Ihe Koyal Xorthwf-sL Mounted I'olice, and A. J. Andrews, K. ------_... C., at mounted, police, headouarter.3 j edition, this forenoon, Senator-G. U. Uobert-: Tile complaint llrjn goes on saiil he had no information to give 1 rjuoie the arliclc that appeared r be piiliLlfhed certain false and hhei-'lti every oflicial and fvcry member. Western dial._...... _______ al situations, watcli the Ihree mentioned characters eitricate them- selves from what promises lo he a i publication, i rather., complicated conditioiis ol at-1 out. The arrests had taken place declared. 33 a result of.a decision fairs ami establish a triangular friend-' sTiip (yhich bids fair to he a perroa- nent one. Briefly, this describes thn plot ol the tale told in "Tea lor KThree.1' Ihe comedy by Roi hooper n-he'ciermans were Megrue. which Miss Elsa Ryan brings 'a In which she lias HID assistance of N'oniiau Hackett, Jtaydeti Sievenson and others. Much has been said and vrrintn aliout ''Tea for Three'1 since U has Leeii the stage of tlie iiaxine.Klliott Theatre, for 15 nioutlis. Mr Megrue, tlie author, hafi tesii compavefl favor- ably Shaw for his 'Tea for three." is agreed I A SMiio" from "llie !or-Three" In which KUa Ryan amiears al Ihff Majestle on Frl day and Saturday..: this week, Jftnc 20th ami _ which tht: spec-lfj Q T lal rclui-ncd soldier K j In U- 'V VICTORIA. June actiun on Ihe sympathelii- strike issueyfci probability will he taken by tlu-j Llrike committee lonisht. II is trally aulicipatfrd by leaders that t-l" cSrinniltce 'Will cither cull a geiieni1 strike or dishi-hil. In llic mearilim..: is impossible to mafce any forecast.' Confer With Postal Men VICTORIA. June coning June itlj leaders of tin? striking lioslal; jng warning and ailvicc has been In Christian to all members of the Order o[ rlz, president qi' liiu Work-; Railroad Telegraphers on western rs'. L'nion of Canada, .left, lor lhat. Of the Canadian Pacific Hallway! ty It is presumed" thiit his; ejBned tjy McPherson. general chair- siliis connected with the situaiio'n of the order for that territory. hich developed when Ihc federal I The'Order of Telegraphers i ovcrmncnt' refused to rciaslatc the j is an .distinct organization; rike j to hG cleTcrest. thing he lias so i far 'written.' TONIGHT AND TOMORROW At 2, 3.45, 7 and 9 p.m. TWO DAYS MORE, TODAY AND TOMORROW SPLENDID CAST IN The Road Through The Dark" A splendid cast will he SMB In The Koail Through Ihe. pre- by Clara KImball Young and ler own company- Jack Halt, Uayed in "The numerous ther succi'ssful will again play oiiposite Miss Younj. the others. Ueing'the Brotherhood of iai Theatre, last night. 'Locomotive Ihe Order And after all that Lelhbriilge-lias the Brotherhood heard of the picture, the Question In- of Lxjcomolivc Firemen and Engine- cvitably arises: "AVtat of it; what is Maintenance pt Way Em Siloyees .tbe' Urblhcriiooil of Hail way Trainincn. every one ot these'or- it; what is Tile anTwer to the riuory; ''KuHBhlen Thy Daughter" is ine greatest moral force the screen wav Trainmcii. every one 01 mete ot- me muiai iuit.u iuv ai.iccii i gaiiizaliout bavins sent to their ever is the most scath- hers in the 'west Earnings mat meir iriuiiiuYpiiFyui- iiie neglectful coniracls with the companies DC ruolhcr who fails ,n her-dull-, to m- respected- form her daughters of that "Winnipeg. June 1.7, 1919. "To all members O. It. T.. C. P. li. j western lines: Would (iive Farmers Confidence: McMaslev Amcnd- wenl Mere Subterfuge On account ol members of ;anizalion3 becomiug involved in i illegal slrikcs, 1 wish lo advise you against any'similar action. There is I no material change iti tlie strike situa- I tion, except lor the arrest, of several i leaders. This latter may be represent- June A. K. to oiitstdcrs as "ttack unon leg.- j lacl-ean n.inomiced in the house of! timale'labor by llie governmenl. No commons this mornins the govern- one should be deceived by such state- ment 'intended lo continue this -sea- ni.onts. slou with the reclassitkalion of the "While proper recpsnillon and col civil service bill. Poss-b'.y il ivoilld be lectivc bargaining were denied to referred to a committee for considera-1 trade cmplovees. tile, employers have ererj' young girl juitst sooner or later find without or favor, it tells Us lesson in a fearless man- i tier, in' a mauner which is easily un- tlo .''Jlr. Mclcaacs. of .Kings. I'.'B. 1., con- linued the debate oiulhe Imlscl. He :aid M-ould he a .most in- jpliortnne lime to effect any radical chnngo in the fiscal policy of country. Ihnt tht (armors were in favor of control of wheat prices. not seeking a bonus. .They were seek- ,oU l. 'I-IENP-Y FALSE CAGES AT 9TARUAND-TONIOHT AND TOMORROW Dr. Myers, ivind'ereley, Bask., saiil in J Saskatcliewan 11 ov.-'offered these principles just wo enjoy 'them and a settlement of tbe jl original dispute probably fol-1 low we're ii not for tlio ambitions of ccrlain slrike leaders', 'irho by- nsur- the i power -lira lo abolish all in-. ternktion'al organizations and dlsman.. Henry WaUhall IN "The False Faces" The further adventures ot "The Wolf." by touis Joseph Vance. Ask anyone who Ihis picture last night, aa, to it's merits, it's great.-- Admission 3 5c arid lOc- CURA KIMBALL'.YOUNG "THE ROWTHROUCH THE DABK' Miss Young's dark teauly and quisite form are especially fcdapteJ for the role ol tlio vivacious and beau- tiful ftenc'.i eirl which she iiortrajs, Her superh emotions cirry you with 'lief'.throughout the picture. Have 'you over had a dark T-oad i Wliat path did you choose" See what imth Clara Kimball Young- chose in "The Road Through the 'Dirk." Also Ihe greatest comedy ever sented in this city. This is a guar- intecit attraction'all the way-through ftn some 's6rt of 'tle all. institulions of atithority. break Is, hound lo come; soon and re'ljablyjnformed gigantic ccnipir- acy agaiiist colistitutional will be csposeil. S Mr adjustmennol "Vou can ren.ler good service lo Iho conditions liro.'ght about by thr, hlnte: to your order and-.yourscHes by Crop condillons were nol too prdmis- keeping calmly at work, respecting our ing. There might ho a shortage. Ur, contract with the company ami ob- Jlyers il some form ol control serving the laws ol. the organization were r.ol adopted', how would hanking! encouraging others to i.o like- iiistitut'ons' bo Initiiced to advance wise. money on Ihc crops? JSlgnedl "D. JkPhcrson. If ttio tarlll Dr. Myers were not as as some western members would -likn- 1 lie ivouitl point out Ihcre was a great leal ot unrest In (he counlry. ile. liad every confidence Ibal Ilin finance minister would, make a careful and i scicntllic revision of Iho larilf. Dr. .Myers ileac.rlheil the JlcMastcrj nmendmenl as "nolh'tiff more nor less, Ilian political 'Intro-; diicci! for political pnrpcsc-s. On account cf tho damage done by one_0i the Cltyfs Generators, il was'necessary to'connect up operate the nZW Generator prematurely, and It Is necessarA to do some work on it to make foe ,c'ontlnuoui rufi- nlno, and InSrder to do H elrs not be ru" 9 12 o'clock In srder to lighten load to the extent (hit the spare unlti.jWJH carry lit M. FRF.tMAN, Public Utilities. FIRE IN LIVERPOOL- DOCKS Juno Wg' fire broke but on the Alexandria, docks In Liverpool last nlghl. Wnrehotisos Florcd with ilnibcr, cotton, oil. 100 barrets ol, turpentine and other In- flammables burned fiercely for hours and are still burning. Several vessels Were safely removed trom tho danger zone, fjul a blazing roof from one M'KrehoiTFe fell on the American fctilp XorMmln, ivhlth was hadly (lam- nsed, The crew, ot''tho ship escaped I Newspaper dispatches estlmalc damage at j Council of Ten Turk Uek- 'gatibn in Qdai d' Orsay the James A. McKennaf years conntctcd' "llh Hie Depirtmcnt of IniWnn Affairs ol the Federal Govern iiicnt, died at lln at one time- private secretary to the Sit Jolin MscdonaM. 1'AUIS. June council ol Ifi of' tlie peace conference received the Turkish peace mission In tho cloakroom .ol Iho Quai d'Orsay this morning. The Tifrklsli delegation, bended by Uamad Knrid Vnaha, the gr.iml vizier, motored Irom VaucreR- s'o'n. .accompanied by ollicers. x The; Ottoman representatlrcs ore here purely capacity ot esperts, nftd today's meetlnB was tor' the pur- pose p( setting the TnrkUli situ allonMo tne conlerence. A' branch ot the Aerial League, ol Canada will .soon .he organized In Xew Westminster and will titko lip a cam palgn Iti membt.shlp thai city TO THE HUNDREDS OF OUR PATRONS WHO, WERE KEPT WAITING FOR SEATS'LAST NIGHV, AND TO THOSE WHO WERE UNABLE TO GAfN ADMISSION TO THE THEATRE, WE FULLY OFFER OUR APOLOGY. j FRIDAY SATURDAY (THIS WEE'KT FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THOSE TEND TO SEE THE PHOTOPLAY Daughter Tonight or Wednesday Sbr by ROI COOPEP MEGQUE VVE WISH TO EMPHASIZE THE FACT THAT THE EVENING PERFORMANCES COMMENCE AT 7..15 AND 9.15'SHARP MATINEE AT 2.30 ELSA RYAN XORUA.V UACKBTT, SteT- x and OHF.ATEST COMKUI HIT .SOW IX TKXTI! MONTI! AT MAXIXB BM.IOTT Pricej: 7Sc, 50c Armstrong ;