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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1910 PAGE FOnVTEEN Strike Leaders to be Tried Regular Way; Deportation Is Also Being Considered OTTAWA. June McK.en- lie.' Liberal leader i-.i the commons, this, mornicB called the attention ol the :sovcrnmem lo reuorls relating to lae; trial of Ihe strike If.iJers unJtr arrest ill Winnipcs. He said it hid been stated that lley be iriej a lay commis- sion, consisiiii? largely ol officials ot the- deparlwem ci iuimtgrailon. ile lorisEdcred ical they should not be tried in ihis b-.u by the best Jurists of Ih'c land. apprehension. He eiplalaeJ thai Itwre were two different procetJIngs ?t the strike leaders. They hid arresltd under Ihe criminal wilh proceedings under Ilio criminal Uw. Itrplvins to l r- Sir ilwsril KfW. minister of militia, suicil that the. cf the laborers Liver- pool his fcwrloHil ma iroopi'durlnj; the month ot June and it wL hoped Hut they wulJ all be m CauaiU by the end of July. He TV as to ihink that tlw strike might seriously with I'rojram, as there was pos- urder ibe provision ft 'he Im- migration f-c: i" vesird lo deportation. This process bid been provided tol ears JEO. and could be carrlM oisny 00" BEDS LEFT OVER REGULAR SELLING AT ALL FULL SIZE-41.-6'.; AND ONE ONLY OF __.._____ i i ice SECOND HAND VANCOl'VEK, June The Van- eJ Information to ihe elite: Uui me couyer Wprld lod BUI- Liverpool strike might be stilled to- o[ labor day. problems asserting Ibal unleii the Sir Edward announced tn.'i disorders are terminated the and of '...t Industrial and social life of Canada 3 who l'.J'v .Pi-i-in; normem wm The newspaper su'K- Hsssla wire d-j.> to arrive lhal ,ho .sovernment call thi r.ACH. COMPARE THESE VALUES OFFERED. nil {Jj.'.'O Azo-.her >riLi C.ltrs wirh horiwir.a nyle. p -.cailtifnl stioV -its and V fillers: all white enamel Siylo u? above. PS brass con-.re enamel on cunlinuzms post, V 16.50 style.- of steel tubing, snow "bits mlj-six tillers; three 17 v b-J. made of steel tubing, while enamel fin- ish: ire 1 1-16" lubins wllh. fancy shaped -I Q jr regular; SlJjO for Ivtlnl Sirairtt" iraki Eiyle. cornerJBOf.s and tillers, shaped in a neui posls are filled wilb l-rass O An ,r COIL SPRINGS.: All slcil spiral'.coil surios. rdadc of heavy ojl tempered wire, firmly sccured'to strong frame, heavy angle l.-l nn Special............................................... 11.UV ALL METAL SPRING of heavy angle. linS fabric of steel heavy wire edge; p. serviceable sprins. f.t a moderale price; regular SSJO. for .-._ .SANITARY otall coUoi.wilh soo'J.'riuililj.pAifvilnsf msiL'-ess'thafEN-es comfrfrtfSpjctBl -r. 7'flfl I quality sliape; COMBINATION'MA'rrRESS lillins of Jfae curled, w.oodlibre. -good strong roll in -1 n A A licking special Bawden Bros. 3rd Avenue House 625 AUCTION SALE I ON THE PREMISES, 526 5lh STREET SOUTH Monday Next, June 24th COfJMENCING AT 10.30 d that Iho's conference lo discuss tho basis upon which, (or the fik-3re. capital an J labor Mr. Cahil! ta 'ho'Dbminion can to operate .rrtaVcTl IV-Orarj'TruIik Railway Approve GovL Action -l -ire imciileic WINNIPEG. .Juno 1 or Ihe provincial govern- uient's policy iu opposing ihe sympalh- jelle strike on principle was expressed i by reiolullon at the caucus of Liberal i members held Thursday nislit. II was announced today. The question ol lef- i islation and collective bargaining was discussed. U Is stated, nnd U Is I contdonlly L-ipected ihat legislation making lliis principle statutory anc! binding upon employers wlU be passed at Ihe next session o! the bouse. Food For Strikers BELLINGHAM; wash.. June 1 tbJ '.ession ol the Washington Slil! Kedemtion of here this mom lug an attempt 'to bring the "Cue Union" resolulion to a vote failed. C It Cotlerell, of Seattle, reported to Ihe Vk'TOIUA. June S9.--Thf I'.P.O.S. Monti-affK' >rarade E. Grant, speaking at a labo eetlng lato this nllefnoon. Tha eiker suggested silent parnde hlch he said bad proved a very ef cilve weapon In England. "Let Them Come" Juno IMehle nd tbe Vosslsche Xellung are th nly Berlin newspapers wblcli favo tie slnsins of tbo peace treaty. PI Mehlet. ofgan ot Ihe Independen oclalisls, warns Iho sovernmen gainst conllnuing its policy ot nrovi or flirting wllb. the Idea ol Hilary dlclatorshlp. It declares th ndependents disclaim all respons Hily for Ihe results at home broad which' might grow out of a r usal to sign. The only comment of the pan-Ge isn Deulsche Zellung Is: "Let Ihem ome." Give Polo Maximum Liberty PARIS, June In its onslderatlon of Ihe Polish question, he council of mlnlslers. while, plan- ing to have Danzig administered nl- Imately by the league ol nallons. Is ISely lo give the. Polta the maiimum Ibeny ot action on the question ol Tho output of coal In Canada in ISIS wa3 ll.aTf.tia flwrl tons. with' thu ncepllon o( 1313. Is Ihe largest output In imy year. She Adler Took B Ukrainian boundary, according 10 p Echo do Paris. The council. It Is dddod. Is illeo con- derlns provision iu the treaty with ustrla for H plebiscite In tho region Klagenfurl, which Is claimed by oth tbo Jugo-Slavs und Gerniati- ustrlnus. v Settle Danllg Status PARIS. June council ot orelen ministers has under coustderu- on at present u plan for au iulor-iil- ed comoilsslon lo administer the port of Danzig, through vfilcli Poland been given an oullet to the sea. This -commission would havo Jurlsdlc-! "My wife had vhal the doctors call Ion until ihe league of nalions began' catarrh ot the etomach for 16 j-eare. o function and look over tho work. lo ,llel carclully und tMtn-l j much. Eho has now taken ono bottle j Adler-l-ka anil feels perfectly well" I (SlEncJ) D. F. PaiXer, Brock, Ttiai. Adlor-1-kl eiptlB ALL gas and sour- -i-ka! v v -t- O WANT BIG BOUT STOPPED v ness, stopping Btoinach dlitreli STANTLY. Emplloa DOTH Uppor Innd lower bowel, tlushlns ENTIHH aliiaeutary canal. Removes ALL foul matter poisons sjdloin- Often imS consllpatlon. Prevents up- pcnillcltEs. Wo haTO sold Adler-i-liB. many U Is a mlilure bt buck- thorn, cascara, glyccrLne and nlni other Blmplo druss. For sale liy J. D. HlBlnbolbam Co., Drug- Elsie, I-elhbrldgo, Alta. COLUMDU3, Ohio. June IS. --The lower house ot Iho legis- lature this afternoon ndopled iv resolution offered by Repre- sentative Pearson asking fraor Cos to slop the VVUlard fight lo be held at To-' Ledo on July 4. ol labor and the triumph wn President Wilson's principles." adding I was Degun. Hhat If the "president's program." hadj.1 "Labor Mild been adopted by the.peace C9nference, p; wiXNTPEG. June TVesleni Bclpum would haV5 oblaiued com-jj.abor special strike edllolon plete rcporation lor the losses she 0 maintains a significant-sil suffered." Frank Waddington FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER, WILL SELL'AS ABOVE THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE znd cHecLs DINING SUITE In FU5IED OAK comprisinc Bnirei; Round Eitcnjiv.o Table and Set Chairs; Leather UpholEtsred riisy Chair; Solid Oak Itockcr; BEAUTIFUL OAK LIBRAP.Y TADI.E; Large Easy Chair; IwoTSolid Oak Jarr dlnlere Slands; Mission Oak Chair In Solid Leather; FINH-QUAl, JTY DBX CARPET; Small Rugs; CAP.PET SQUARES; Uslher Sealed Hocker; yorrl! Chair; large Framed -Mirror; 5L ply Wlllqn Mug; Chiffonier in Mission Oak; Single Bed. Spring and Mal- ircss'; Oak Dressers; White Enamelled Dresser; Rocker Chair and Table 13'fhareh'i'BraEs'Trimmeil Beds complete; large Oak f: er; Rockers and Bedroom Chairs; Hall Stand; Hall Table and Rug1 Quantity'-Kloor Coverings and CurlalDS, Blank- i els; ELF.CTRIC WASHING MACHINE (cost HBrHIQER- ATOH; Washing Machine; stair Carptlling; Kllchen Sundries'aril- many small Items. A.M. PROMPT, IF YOU PLEA9E. TEBM3 CASH PHONES WADDINGTON SELLS 'WITHOUT RESERVE A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE there are scores o[ for- mulas and antacids for, stomach acid- ity, gastritis, indigestion and dyspep- there is nothing: more effective fn the treatment of Ihese ailment, than ordinary serathol, which can b: obtained from J. D. Hlginbothara S Co., in I-ellibridge, and any good drugstore at trilling cost, Many a sufferer from these com plaints hag been agreeably surprised al ths. almost Instantaneous relic and subsequent pL-rmanent benefl from' Us use. Eeralhol is a harmles and tasteless white powder, whic neutraliaes acid and slops food fer mentallon. In many cases of hype acidlly a single dose produces almo2 magic Mechanical Garage and reparrim of any mike of car. Mag- netos overhauled, charged and repaired, any Experts on gas ant) oil tractors. Phones LISTEN! There is ONLY ONE way to sell your Furniture- 1 Mitchell 6 Hopdjttr, new JIW) 1 Hudson 1316 400 1018 For'd 450 1 1817 Ford 1 Hupmobilc 1 Currier. Roacfaler '1 Ford TrucKji 1318 ixwtll Touring 1913.. 326 309 300 375' I Mixwell ToUrino 19IS i JoVl'i IriedVl'anf heii Corner 3rd and 4lh 1190 (24 HOUR SERVICE) Unreserved Auction Crowds will alltiid .1 sak.whci, Ihc-y know Ihat cyerylhlng BOCS and ivlien Tlclh EVERYTHING GOES. (Jood attendance means com- petition' coinpslll means good If you 'Will nol ncce.pl" my ait- vlcc ahoul zn suction I '.'111 GUARANTEE you a amouDt. .ft this does not suit )'oa Iheji f'will'pay you a higher price Ilian your Don oiler and prove Ihat Is the best selllns inyiclf al UNnEstnVED lo iKr.brcjUeji'i? FRANK WADDINGTON THE AUCTIONEER e on the'tiurnmE cmeslion ol the an abandonment of the neral sfrlk'e K UnmineoL, 'Us near- t approach' lo'-the'subject is contain in these two isolated paragraphs: motion-has been passed by Ihe .Ike committee that all negotiations e lo be stopped until alter Ihe re- ate of the strike and "the abor News regrets lhal it cannot ontradicl all lie lies in circulallon.1 Under the put il vcr." Ihe Labof'News says in part: "At a of government ulhorllies, we are' informed, it was eclded lo place the arrested British Mm strike leaders, upon civil In local courts upon chargcE ot seult- oua libel. Why the chanje bt Vhy the change in the ndbubtedly the pressure of public jninlon and (he unconstitutionallly of the whole.proceeding. "lsn'1 Ihe whole Ihing a a ravcsty on Justice? "The government will be forced to back down slill further. We await the next step. Our comrades may be out Practically lhe, whole of Ihe issue, is laken up wllh a reproduclipn of lhe documents .connected with the slnke in the metal trade-..including state- ments by the mediation commillee ot the running trades .which bought lo bring about an agreement and the'de- claration of the Iron maslers In regard to colleclive bargaining. There Is a notable absence of Incendiary edllorlal arllcles. Longshoremen Quit VICTORIA. June a meeting of the local longshoremen held last night, 11 was decided to call a strike In sympathy wllh Ihc coastwise sea- men and the mainland longshoremen. As a result ot this decision all work h'aa .been stopped and lhe longnhore- rnen are taking n aelf-Infllcled resl. The 'ncllon ol Ihe lonsshoremcn will not be materially lelt here until .lhe end of'.the month, when a number of ocean liners are due to make Ihis port. 'Coaling operations al Esquimau have been aioppcrl. at least lemporarlly, h> Ibe 'walk out and Iho loading of Ihc hnw Canadian rteamshlp Canadian al Ih'c Canadlan-Puge Sound mill will be delayed. Strike VAN'COUVBR, June brew cry workers were.called oul loday for Ihe'sccond lime'. or the New Weslralilstcr prompted the strike commillee 'lo or- der brefory- worker! Ill Vancouver baclt a T.eeh ago. Xow that Now.Wesl- mlniter breweries art Idle, the slrlke commillee will close oft lhe near beer supply here. The fact that there la no shortage of hMl '.n re'slatirariUi In; neu- Uali'flng the alriki) of lhe meat cnt- Urifi Tho Klrlke'committee, USff ways and'mtians of mkhlng lhe prfcssurr being broughl lo (ijafi an aftcrno.t'h paper.'on Ihc In Victoria Co, perlunile t If. Join the strike. Tlic province, Is thought 'lltcly Itiol slriko Uarlira In, Canada ;wlll tn.ilearor lo cito'nd Hie atrfke' to .small in wostcrn Canada allberlo oot TheClubGafe 5lh SU next Alberta Ic now under New Management Who are out lo Eire tin serrice Ihc public want. Erery delail in couneclion with the conduct of an up-lo-date reslaurant Is aimed lo please. You will llkg this cafe, one fealnre of which Is'thfl v BEST 3Sc MEAL In'lhe It. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT This season we are showing especially at- tractive lines of Shoes for street or sport wear. TRey are meeting with the same ap- proval our other lines receive, and offer the same style and comfort. .We will be glad lo show ihem. BesideMi ierc i'Bank. See these prices on Suits, Dresses and Skirts Nothing approaching these prices this season. These prices are for To- morrow Blue Serge, guaranteed Irftigo, .with vesl and collar; men tailored: size 1C years; regular price JCS.OO; oo nn Saturday'only JO.UU Blue Serge, guaranteed Iniltgo; elze 42; rcg. OO fn iirlce Kalunlay JO.itV Blue Sergo, beautifully trimmed, ono of All beat; alzo 18; regular 495.00; Salimlay One only Rhcphcrd's check; 20i lovely Art tSS.CO; Saturday dV.VW 'Ono of our sand ahadc; fancy vesl nnd llaiul embroidered; Ihc, prolllcsl suit In Ihc. clly; reg, CC'Aft >S5.CO; 18; Saturday JJ.UU pno only Black Serge, trimmed wilb allk braid 4C-AA and lu'illpni; filzc-42; rcg. Saturday .........'iJ.UU About six of the best SERGE DRESSES we have shown this season; they will sell below cost tomorrow, Just a fcw.Silk Skirts al HALF PRICE. We sell ev'ery garment each season. We do not carry anything 608 Third Avenue South ;