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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKljNKSDAY, JVNK18, 191U MtraW FOR MARCH INTO GERMANY For Breaking Awny From Union nntl Hal- llday For Budget TORONTO'S METAL WORKERS DEMAND STRIKERSRELEASE Metal Trades Council of Toronto, reprinting thou.and vour government .teps that will Insure the relca.e at once of Ihe of labor arreated in the city of Wlnnlpeo. "waxfurlher demand thai the recent act ol the legislature intended to be u.ed for th.'purport of injuring the working movomtrt be recalled Immediately, we declare that the cennlvar.ce of the governmenl "llh the employing claii la inexcusable, criminal and Invilmg gravo trouble with Ibe wholo of this Dominion.-" Labor Congress Won't Stand For Strong-Arm Methods in __ Winnipeg Says Tom Moore; Dl v v Government must be able lo Show 'Peg Strike Leaders Were j Plotting Danger to Cars in Manitoba Upi-; lal Commence lo Run When Power Suddenly Shut Uii, for Unknown Begins lo Feel Pinch; HDY-M. P. JAILED I1UDGET FIELD DAY FOR WESTERN MEMBERS June western Members were heard on the' budget .toward llie rloso ot tho In the j house o( commons last night. Mr. o! Victoria, Alberta, ;aul. It was not neeu'uvr for hha to define his ntllludo on tho tariff. Ha hnil i made his poslllon clear as n sup- J vorler of Iho McMnsler amendment a month ago. Ho crlllclieil lion. A. I-- j Slllon for bis speech on the builgot. In which ho said Ho liatl not useil tho i word "biiiUet" or monlloiicd thr> proT- incc ot Albsrta. Tnminj to Hon. J. A. Calder, minister ot ImmlEration, Mr. descrlbeil him as n uinu bnd taken many political scalps as many l.lbeml as Con- jcrvatlvo scalps. 'He said If Mr. Cal- dcr desired to become a hero, thq best way to accomplish tills object be to contesl a seat in tho jirovlncc of Saskalcnewau. Mr. Raid that Mr. Calder iliil not rfpro- tent IKe people ot llio. west. The 'westtrn-people ware slandinc on Ihe larltl -vlatlorin- thit he himself Ii6il congratulated 5Ir. Crerar -and' llio fftrmerB of Manltob on harlue a leader that hail some- honor, that liad iept his pleilEC'and done enrrlflccj his'position.'. VM'r. Swirt de clflred that iia would support the BOY laid, that from SaKMtcne slaiid DBhir.d the burl get would support, tho amendment. Mr. Itowell had said thot eycry minister promised lo. support Iho hudgot. even If (here ivers changes. II this was iO, why nld not Mr. Crerar do 50 ivlien there were tariff changes. Ho said frankly that this hudset would not Bull Iho wCBt. Ixm Thofnpson, of Qn'Appelle, slat cil that tho Inrlff proposals wero not latlsfactory 10 him. Ilo could not consistently support Iho budget pro -ind ho could support the amendment, lie had no wish tolpre- dpllato Iho defeat of Uio govern- ment. but ho no reason why he thould sacritice bls.vlows on the (aritf in ordnr to keen It In power. I 11 II. Hniladay. Bow River, salu he was going to volo for. budEot, Tho govcrnmenthnd given some men- ture ot rcllel In. Its tariff proposals, nnd, thoush'they wero not-satisfac- tory to him, saw no reason for cipectlnE anything totter from Iho opposition. -Acluil accomplishment was bettor lhan professions, ho sain. H; M. Shnvv, Maclcod. also support- id the government. Ho said he be- lieved in tho honesty and alnccrlt} o[ tho administration and lor that reason would volo for the budget. Thomts Hay, of Selklri, announceil Ma Intention of votlnc for lie vras satisfied that the eoTerr.iaen' could "do. very little to lower tho cos of llvlne anil was not lo hlamo fo' EOm-J men-enriching Ihemsolve.i. 1'to BdJouriimeuL Ms moveil by II 0. ot North Haltlcfonl. Knight and Day to Stage Stampede in the City in August MAl.l.O, Ireland. Jusir-. CounitLS Markie- vici, Sinn Fein lep.-lT, anil inf. woman .member ol Iho Driilsh house of commons, was sentenced lo four months' Ini- lirlsonment today on charges growing of disorders in Cork on May The countess was alleged to have Incited Irndeiruti (o hoycoil (lie police 10 of the Strike. Though Lethbridge If not going lo hold a fair this year, there will be a of celebrations dur- ing ihe summer monthi which will attract big crowds from all .over Ihe touth. The first of these will be the Dominion Day (ports car- nival under the auiplcei of Ihe L. A. A. A. and affiliated clubs which will bring thouundi to the city for July 1st. The iecond big event will be a stampede. Announcement was made only this mornlnj by Ray Knight on of hlmielf and Al. Day thai they wjll itige a at Henderson Park fair flr1' Augual which will eclipse any- thing ever seen here. It will be known as the Knight and Day- stampede and money will rot be ipar.jd to make il a big attrac- tion. The stampede will come be- Iwcen the Havre and Calgary stampedes, the'bucking horses for both of are being supplied by Messrs. Knight and Day, and as practically all the riders .who will'be al Havre will be in addition to many Alberta the people of Southern Alberta are assured a of Ihe wildest wild west stuff ever deliv- ered to an amusement loving pub- lic. -The exact da.les and program will be announced later. OTTAWA, June trades and labor movement will not stand for strong-arm methods lor the suppression llolk.c of legitimate labor ciemonslralions, and H ihe proof is not j sufficient lo show llie Winnipeg labor leaders were plotting danger to the slate, the governmenl will be held strictly ac- -said Tom Moore, president of the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress, when speaking of the af rests of the Winnipeg labor leaders, t "The-riews of the.arrests came as an absolute surprise lo me." Mr. Moore continued. ,4ni> street carmen If (Jcrmano Refuse to Sign llie Trealy Troops Preparing Today For Stove 6ar Service in 'Pea WINNIPEG. June Street service on a limited scale was resumed service on a limited scale was resume Decided Last Night lo Go forenoon. Thirteen .cars arc in Order j operation, manned by regular v Hul UU1 Later Received Loral C. I'. 11. shopmen diJ not SO on strike this" morning- At a meeting held last night Ihe strike order Issued a couple of days ago was read and all arrangements ivere made to comply. I However 11.15 iiiorniuc: the counler-1 iiiiahdiiig order Issued on Tuesday at-; I lernoon by President Kallon of Divis- I ion was received, end the mm rte- i L-iiietl to remaln'at work. Pac- ific Ilaiiway sbjbpinen have been on Elrike here for nearly, Lhree weeks in Bympatbv-'Vilh Winnipeg. The Grand Trunk Canadian National Railway shopmen.-struck today. llo llie.El-Xcl.railway company's ulti- matum. Company officials- eipressed belief ihal an additional number ol men will report during tho day. so that more cars call be taken out cf Ihe probably will quit and lie lip of all suburban lines lo and from Vancouver with the exception of the Frasor Valley line. These, subur- ban routes have-not'been-affected by llie Vancouver.strike. Vancouver Feels Pinch VANCOUVER. June Van- couver swim- Inlo the .third week ol barns. No Interference "ilroliEly reinforced pickel of sinkers was, on duty al the Main street barn, but there no demon- stration of any-kind when the cars came out: STo.cars started from oilier bariis.' It was announced ihal only the Port: Avenue route would be ouvr s general strike called by the Trades and Labor Council, (be pinch of lha Iworkless, dollarless men hegon lo be feu among retail stores. .At a meet- ing of the Retail Merchants' Asjocia- foil hehl laic last' night It WES de- GERMAN CABINET AGAINST SIGNING COBLIiNX, June (Assoc- iated concentration ot troops preparatory lo advanc- ing rurllicr inlo Germany if Hie V us refuse In sign llie terms of peace will begin Wednesday, llirougltovil all llie occupied area. Orders lo Uiis cfl'ecl were received today from Marshal 1'ocli, comiiiaiider-iu- cliicf of Ihc allied armies, who sent similar orders lo all llie al- lies on German soil. German Cabinet Against WEIMAR, June statement has been Issue.l by Ihe German cabinet on the allied reply to the German counter-proposals, buVlho Assoclaled Press learns.Ihat, elded lo cnrlail all strikers anil n. further. moye, ivas made. to- wards eliminating credit i entirely. Smaller stores, which, jr'aiiled credit sentiment io the cabinet is almost tin animous against nignlng the treaty, Ihe only objection being the possibil- ity' of Bolshevism "and chaos In Gqr-- roiny. .he Port: whch'lhe strike was. the i covered -1 of which belfcved that llio Tba cabinet mel Hi noon and conlln- strike would be cl'bul a.-.few days'i ued ilJ> Besslon until, late In the day. 'Allacked Police Station at Ep som lo Release Arrested Canadian .Soldier LONDON, June (Aseocial- ed Prees.) Unreit among Cana. dljn inldltrt in England because "of continued postponement of homeward calllnai' culminated lait night in an attack by. four hundred Canadians on tho Epsom police station. Several policeman were wounded, one ierlously. The purpose of llio attack wai to re- lesie a Canadian soldier who hail been arrested. Evidence said lo Show Bolshevik 'Conspiracy To Embroil Whole of Canada WINNIPEG, June evbnin; paper carries the following: "Accord'.ns to information from f. most highly authentic source, the eleven arrested nolshevist leaders are PEOPLE ML SEE MI i 1 Excursion Tomorrow Garden City lo Cardston For That Purpose f 01-: Ihe present, the first cars con............---- _- United along Ihe'slreet wilh'vcry tew" 1 have fell''not passengers, lilt when il became clear cresst.l burden of car that there be no attempt at in- ers aurl tcrierehce, fool-weary peilestijanj- made use bl them in increasing num-' L- Power Shut Off in' 'Peg WINNIPEG; junc pow- er in the city was shul off suddenly Ibis forenoon- Street cars ceased lo run and'plants depending upon elec- tricity could not operate- The reason for the cutting; off of the power, which affects both the Winnipeg Kleclric company and the Cily Wghl and Pow ers auriier been liamlh-niuicd by. excessive over- head charges" in (Jnyage froni (he wholesale [filolSiieii and tfarnsters EcneraUy bavins joined IBc strikers' rankE. Business Off One-third H Is now the women, and children', families of Ihe stiikors, thnt Iho hrunl of the strike, according to statements mode by dealers, who ml a.- few days' ue i sesson ot ohlyVlhe .In- (The peace, commisaloii deliber- rryiiir'lho'slrlh-lalintT on tho enleole' aliswer.at Sii s o'clock Official circles Tjero- were, weary (anight, since number of cibineL'mumoera disnitarici stayed up last..nlghf Id read Ihe allied lerms without delay. Indication is "id to be iiicreaslDg Ip Weimar. Final Clautes For Austria PARIS, June decisions were reported it today's sessions of the council of four lo statements innoe ueaieis. wuui .-..-j--------- nl declare that-trade in women'a ami cbll. and all reserved .subjects; were p j i.t" Ih VrirlnT- Tirhpii it IS. I fFnr inl in Tlie Herald) I. Juno Thursday, n "The deporlallons will lake place under the amended Immigration Act, whereby all. including British sub- jects, who. conspire lo overthrow the constituted governmenl by forcible means, may be deported lo the land of their birth, provided Uio agents of the department ol justice arc satisfied wllli the 6Vidciice in oach CIEC. "In this case it Is stated that enough nominating documents were n Ihe Labor Temple .raid To expose er company, lias not hcen cscerlalned. Power.On Again June was turned on iigHin al 10 o'clock and operation to street cars anrt all fac- tories, depending on electrical energy resumed operation. New Westminster Called Oul NEW WEST.Ml.N'STER, II. C.. June I 1 1 Ihn ilav The purpose 01 i slrike commitleo BP' the evcursion is'io givo Magralli, [feo poinlea last week by the plo a chance, lo inspect the Temple, minster. Trades ami Labor Cojnc.l whirl is now Vearins complellon. Issued a call this morning for a gen The irali, leaves M.irall, at 3.30 go-Ural strike of linlon .h Is Cardslon. and will return when city to Inlcc effect at l.oclock tnia All are invited lo make allernoon. f declarinTlhit the slrike order n j llolslievlk lo embroil Iho by h s wliolc of CaDAda. convenient. Ihc trip. OPERATE as a sgniusl Iho arrcsls ol the s_Viacouat .North-1 Winnipeg strike leaders. underwent I nelaii Merles-mid drivers of milk A bulletin issued and bread wagons are exempted from savs that the vis- i the stop work order. ITlnlers satisfactory. i lal employees will Ignore the ca on opcrallon loilay. Charge oefe nil Ih4 rools of Ihe war. it made Great Brllalu as guilty as Germany In Stirling tho H. Clark, of Orillla, deprecated Ihe school ol Idelalsts In Ihc Mcthon- lot n o; llio complins' and flares will be filled" (it. .Ihe.r 1st church ar.d added "wo are nl proud Shut Ivens, of Winnioeg, waj at one lime connected with .the Method-. Isl church." n. Pflraons. former presiaenl'.ot tnfl Canadian 'Manulactorers' AssoclallOri, who claimed that according to Rev, nlnnrt'9 view ho (Mr.'Parsons) was nol n Chrlsllnn at all because In1 business, said thai the, whole Indus--. system would not any- thing without profil! cbminlMloni, ;