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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK 21, H'lB TIFE LRTJIBmOGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN WINNIPEG UNDER MARTIAL LAW WINNIPEG, June want under martial law at 3 tj'tlook afternoon when the rtct tat wai read. But nol before ona hid been killed and two clhws wounded by revolver fired In their defence by mounted troops. Mike Sokol- wookl, S53 Henry street, regis- tered alien, was shot rlrht through the heart as he was crossing from one aide of William avenue to the other al the time the Royal Mounted Police made theM charge. At the time Ro'Jert C. 543 Ross avenuCj returned soJdier, who had three and a half years With lhe Mh' Canadian Infantry Battalion, wai ihot through the IhTgh, the right He It an Old Country Scotchman. Tho other man Injured was Jack Bar- rett, ayoun ij fellow, who was look- ing on and claims he hrd no othtr Interest than that of He is shot through the right thigh. Both rr.en will recover. The ambulances from Manitoba Military Hospital, TuxHo Park, on the Job. They havt Uken iwiy three loads of in- jured who were knocked down and brulttd In the charge of the i mounted troops. Of these, only one was a ilrtlcher caee. Armored are ed at the city hall. The clluallon believed to be under control. Several More Injured TV1NNIPKG. June la reported that several more were Injured. Details of Rio! Juno Ironi cMMrrn got o-it of car dU- ajuor. lU.1 fur kuo v. n u uV t VI. v j i'. i s .1 1 c1. oluTjiuMi 'if (litlr car, Ifu- rolloy tonl liavLiK; IA-CII a sain wltli draivn dividing up Q? [PI side? of tli2 strict, F'.-'is! drive the mob back on la the Excent [or the efforts cf a in uniform JinJ on fnot, who insert Vfllh thfl crowd nml smn-l'.: 1 lo Ihem from violence but WINNIFEG, June after- noon paper cauies the follDWing extract from thr Chlctjo Trib'jne cf June 19: "Bolshevism ur.ricr the manaBC- ment of the ccmmitlec ol live (a financially in Chicago, it yesterday, lr; at rr P., B. a red cr.cs finding ivilh more n'.oney than they n sd- ed for Iccal sent (XX) throunh and other courcei lo soviet rule In the Dominion of Canada. "Philip J, Barry, superintendent of investigation for the department cf verified' the Infonna- t'on, stiting the committee cf radi- cals in Chicago had been sending money to Canada for several months. The funds were raised st meetings here for the purpose of converting Canada to Bolshe- vism, "'I am not at liberty to name, the contributors or Ihe said JOr, Barry, 'but. my ,-gsnts arc working on the case and have deluite-J information.' Mr. Barry Indicated that, elthough collecting funds to be used abroad- for Bolshevism might not constitute a Federal vio- lation, criminal angles would be unearthed." I uresioJ tLu crowd at tlie cortic-r of' avtnue anil Ma.in slri.-t, 1 viiJHg llu'ij] lliat ihc ai-l lifcd JM read uud thai iho cHy is now urn; -r iir.iriUil liw and therefore cvcrytij.r- Is atlll LiJly (ongeijlcrj and Ire brigade is uirulns on thuir hojj o c.'ear lhe curious from the tops of Troopi To'1 Armored cm with xur.s and Irooj-'j M Ibt "stand to" aro leld In reserve at Ilio pr'nciual stra- ngle jjoinis of. the city. YV'uiuui 'iu-.-- .ion, lhe circuiusUjiros an1) .eavlns oui iho wlsdoru ol the Uteri; [it to taraile, the l.a-1 (he greatest provocation. After ihclr last chargo soulh uu Main when opinion seemed lo ditter as L-I whether they use'] their or not, !l Is probalW a. fact lliai ibf-y could h'-ivo, jvlden ihrotijj the lhe ttinptr of (he crtr.u] what It was, any man V.L serious peril. To the impartial UM- looker the task assigned Ihr- ful of military men of and keeping in order a crowd ot i lo was tiol-only hopeltts in. i'. self, but actually was disasiroua. J. F. D. LIVES AY. street. Hie corner of Mnin events cl this afternoon covered nol, josi (RC u, more than Iialf nil hour. A! p.m.' a Irticbips 20.000 persons were infVnT ou Main street with their IGCUJ :ii lhe flty hall. For Uie most uart Ibcy .pearei! lo be slriV.ers, with them several nioimud sjltl- i'.'rs, nml were lo ivltncEs or lake part In ilio "massed silent which it Cir Set On Fire (d Ii3t night nt Aftrr ,1 feu- i-rinifc.'? U-r> o[ rolurrc'l aoMlcrs would be j rotijfl lo von seance on tho 1'ut on by relurnoU soldiers alone this street rar. The conliiftor nnil r.'.otor- afiernoon. BS Q last flnnl cfrtirt to fiefj. but noi hefr-ro break down the barriers lhe meri 0( piasg broVeii. i.lalninl hare been crertcil and a the propaganda ol lhe gcueral stride hler Jn Winnipeg. On ite T.vhole, Ihia great mass was orderly. It contained many women, a.-itsn from the jot lo iLini; ".-e'll him We'll teach Ihal traitor returned soldier Q lesson." Chatcd Into Building The bulk cf cron'd ir.is on Ihe or city liall, fijilc ot the slre-H and tlie Eo'dicr came to his Iccl cil for the easl siilc, where he divc-'I mio J. Thorn; 2D Main were march Ins over the now eraptj set-no ol battle where ycl the atrce car burnod. Passing into the undcrlaking parlor tlic first mnn seen was ihc young fel- Jack D.irrell, >vho waa beiDg ad- win Up tha price cf Is the newest and bolsi riJtaff cost of Jlvictf. T.VIL- mi have raiif1 i price ih'- jiroduct, arid the huvu in the lead. ,-U a mvciing of produrers. ]ir tlie city on TlmrE'lay. it id- c-d to Ox The prico nt milk n 1'J cwt. delivered (u u.c it-'; .-ame 10 lake; cfled on the; The price to the con iimur Ij-'f-on'-es on Monday, 1C cents per rrrir1, or a raise of 2 cents on Tbc price will Le WINNIPEG, June au- thorities have scried a round-up of unregistered aliens. It Is re- ported that 16 have been arrested ao far. Frltchard Says "Not CALGA11Y, June A. Prltch- ard, the Winnipeg stride leBiJcr from Vancouver, is still held in a cell at Ihe clly prison awaiting Ihe arrival of an officer from Winnipeg to lake him lo thai to answer a charge of scdiljous consplracv. Prilcliard had no visitors tills morn'ng, and. so lar ns Ihc police know, his friends aro !T. ft hM now J. par- (Ictrrminc'-l o-i lorr, 52D Main t'.reci lhe crowd ii'I'liry a lesson. Fron yelling al liis lioels. Tho dcor dlrcctiiina bricks, whirJi hait licen slamincd lo, LiH in n pjinuce the plale torn wnre Lc'nj at llielgljsjj front was smiisheil Lo aloms and Lacl: of tlic The mrL of UK- crowd surged cast on; minii-iLered first aid by Ilcv. G. A. Diion, Crescent church, vrbo bad vol- not lo obtain h.s release iml-rrcrl for this scrrlre. Barrett said I lo lo Winnipeg. lhat he was looking on when Iho bas hecn employed to reprc- Jui-c1 to return to Thero ii i.o in, the Calsury strike situation. General Supt. a Firsman SiSKATOO.V. Junp I (Lj-f-i-i-n r II Tftrvi IVvn scallcrod to the s'diwalk. hut, o[ Main street Ihov debuuchca characteristics. The bullet struclloiw Iron, ho hs the asser! thc. receive.! an oven i'hc lhe thclr Wl11" slowed. Leaders of thd as they passcrt thr.y receiver) an oven j hall part ImmeJialely in front of1 greater volume of brfcka. M.IIIF ot the horses wwe by Ihlg timis erased rowfllness. the xvholo eifcct ol the si- ihev troop EPOIUGI] out o[ ns H lont demonslratioh. I j-Rllnncd norfh on Main an'l At a alreel car passing on Main rut of sUl'it. "That fs street only made Its way through lhe of n crowd continual booing and will-.. vrill Ret on with our silent Is stena. Shots iverc heard. are firing iiilu the said one of the crovrcl. "They havt only blank said another. Slreela Deserlerf The wound over ,lhc top ol lh' showed tliat be had been killed In- stantly. Around him were his com-' take them back without KDMONTO.V, Wiili the c: cepUnn o[ the miners, who have strike of their own ou their hands, It Is (ully thfs atlernoon thai all strikers will lie back on their Jobs by Monday mbrolng. Members of the railway shop trades will go back to Ttork on Ihp. K. U, B. C. anrt the Central Canada Railroad morning. According to W. IL Smith, this irill end the strike so lar as lhe unions are concerned, since tbs men are apparently acting under in tholr headquarters, .ngness to] return lo work and aeteeing to lurjctins calk-l for tomorrow ru f "rdiiii; lo siatcnientst inailo this :-.i Ti'iiiplo, an attempt uill made Ini'.i iloor to call thb s'.rilLc off by Iho r.M.l: ami Clc. WINXIPF.C, June lift, civic iiulliijrillts and strlko ate Curocaalwl for today if isCi! "pUeii! oi reurutd Is carrle-l OUT, as ai a juass 1 In Iho market The soliHor-slrikors -It's lhe only (lavc- it-i'i." 'flip dry cov- s: Xo shall d if Imh i-idcs adhere lu ipVl'.T: troii'i'u may T'IQ ii iv.lleJ fur LV-'-j pin. Mayur llrj.y muilh'.'r t'on liii-i in which lie reiltnt- r.! hi-; banning all parades uv.i] rlurliis; ll'o strike. pr.-.lj: lhat force If If lo prcvenl tii'.- p.ir.i'lo ami v.-orr.oii tckin? part will 04 MJ p.t cv.vn risk." Kr Is now thf! principal i'tiiG of At tho Labor 'iVniijle- :l is ni hlnrcrl That all trd, V.'iiilo no otficlal slate- yt: ber-n iFSued, It In held (o no serrct Ilia I if satisfactory ar- 11111 tbC wilh him, declared flbarles Edwards, of Uic slr'ikc comir-llice. .Mr. Edwards was confident the city would riot place any obstacles In the way of a general settleraent of I lit strike throughout the west and consent tn a reinstatement of the civic employees. Mr. Edwards fQlil lhat n settlement la Winnipeg would practically mean an automatic settle- ment liere, providing lhat no local Is- sues develop which can not be setlled amicably. Other members oE tbe strike com- mittee admitted that a telegram Indi- cating the possibility of a settlement al Winnipeg might be expected, wllliln a [few hours. In the cvept of the anticipated wire rom Winnipeg nol arriving Defers rangements can be arrived at con- cerning ol tills Includes policemen, firemen, civic employees and all strike will Immediately. Federal authorities arrested sit more aliens Friday evening and arB holding ihcm on deporUble chargea, They have been sent lo Kingston peni- teiUiary for dclentlon unlil the Immi- gration board can dispose ol tboir" cases. The new arrests, tosclhcr with Ihosa carried out on Tuesday morning, niF.kcs the tolal ot aliens jheld lor deportation porcecdings at sioney Mountain, who had him fall and crcal IroMoy sovcrnl times Ijslnj pulled off the line. EM- rtonlly regarding the whole thing as circus, a groal stream ol cittzcur. In Ihclr automobiles 'passed at this ha-i picked him up, carrying him be- h'nd a building unlil the firing ceased, .They explained bitterly that Ibe sol- u........ The eRcrt electrical. The dense I aiors fired wUlloul Wnd ol'warn- "They they couM lhrQnE in rronl o[ l'lc Clty ranhng as Ihey rode around Lhe corner slop iis, but we will show I franticnlly across JtriJn street and aro'lLc masters of (he slrccls of Win- buried themselves in Innoa and alley- i ways, loichnj away ihc small Tint, in (ruth. Ihit could not] hotels that there abound. Men no and before, of course, martial bad been proclaimed. At R.30 a commissioned olficer at- dlscuasion. The boilermakers, blacksmiths, car repairers, car cJeaners and helpers will also. In all likelihood, return to work. All the other railroad em- ployees ore back on their Jobs al- read y. Shopmen GD Back CALGAUY, June Canadian critical moment up ftnl down Main I [his rtny. for in a pliort or! doubt hrd inir cipericnre thrcvr street, by no adding !o Iho 110 or 12 covered Jhv nar-l selves (lit Inlo lhc nutter. The shoot-: the m.ib entirely out olj ing took placo oiaclly la minutes nf- (ached io Xo. JO Militia District ad- Pacific IlaiJwar shopmen at lied Deer o[ what vraa faal developing inlo an hngry mob. Sharp al lhc word passed the crowd gathered in the wide thoroughfare of Mnin street each side of Uie car Iracfcs, "fa'l in." Street Car Scene of Battle At that very mnincnl Poitnec ave- nue car Kn. 695 approached from lhe nor Hi. about half full 'of passengers, iDOStly women and cbiltlrcn. At is rc-achcd Marhet street il was groeieJ by a rollltiE roar of booing, ils trolluy wag pullecl otf the line and sotuo stones were thrown. Women nnd hand and were then bant on dcslruc- ]on- After lhc slrcet CAT was rieslroye'l. ho soldiers tit (ho oiitJi on MUn street, bill IliQir lr the flrst anpecranoc of tire raount- ed men nt 2.45. by the cily hall and 1n two or lhrcc miQULc3 city hall BQUare and ,hQ espanM of Main t doserteil. cannrt Across ruEht by men tUrr riflors lo cnvar brhiml n ilutrsartdlfs fusllculo cf had bectl Wl lcm wc" ICJI- As llioy -'divHcl In TJirac ivcre placed In Thompson's JlM- street rar ihc ineritaWc liapTicnn-l.1 tlGrtaking pnrlora. Very quirhly tbe One of Iho hnrsrs down, spread Ilial three men had bcsn. liemp n'moFt Killed. Ily 3 o'clock several hundred lisl-nian In ihc fila A fierce, yell special police drawn truncheons; Here's to Your Family's Refreshment and Health .Benettclnl DOTCragcB lhat lead them nil In popularity willi men, -women and children. TJtey'ro taslyT reTreshlnr, Jlkc.il'le, satisfying, Mild enough for lhc rhll.lrcn, snWc-icnily sllmnlnlins for the older iolXB, ItA pleasing aromu and Inalc mako'It an enjoyable drink lor every ng a cooler or to serre with meals or luncheon. Ask for them at your farorlle fount din, HQTO n caso cf it In your home "Purity" Nourishing, rtclrotilng, Mildly Stimulating, llndt from Bcsl Klcivori nnil Ftllorcil Water. Put up in Sterilized Bottles, Latest Filling Machines, Ensuring Absolute Cleanli- ness. Von will flnt) "rOillTY" Brand n most rlfjfs'iig, district or dcllvtrcd by tlio case (o your home. The Pm, most rcfraihliie drink. Hold at all Fountains In Ihu PHONE 1501 AERATED WATEH .Geo. Oradbicr. Prep. Cor. 4th Ave. 6. 4th 31. S, The price of milk will be increased 2c per quart lo 16c........ .psr quart 9c.........per pint On and Afler Monday, June 23rd, 1919. Till.1; increase'ia due lo the fact that'the LclLbrln'Ee Milk Pro- ducers' Association tas advanced the pried ot milk lo us to M-10 per Tftls le.irea 5Hc lo dellrer QDtrt of milk, Una M helort. Charges irlU be mutlc In lhc sratcm of dcMrcriag milk to comply lhe demands of (he producers. CRYSTAL DAIRY) LIMITED D. P. Carlyle On and after Monday, June 23, the price of milk will be 16c .per quart 9c........ .per pint This Increase la duo to Ihe that lhc Lclhbridge Produc- ers' Association htV3 Incrcnscil the price lo U3 lo f4.10 per cwl. The Increase will giro us ihc same delivery chargea BS before, OUR MILK AND SEKVICE !S THE BE8T THE FELGER DAIRY Ex-Alderman Frayne Back A faniiJiar figure is seen the slreel today In tbc person ol ex- Alder- man Frayne who has returned lo Ilia city from overseas. Mr. Prnyne enllsteil In the 3lh C. M. II, and later EXW service with the Winnipeg Battalion. He haa for Ilia lime being tha use of his right arm which was badly Injured by no cxplovise bullet. In addition lo Lhlg, Mr. Frayne was He has seen orcr four years service with tbfl colors, serving tba last two in Ensi ianii tnd Prance. ]t coals Cranbrook a month for lighting the streets. At a meeting ot Milk Producers held in the city on Thursday, June IDUi; the followlne agreement was siencd by all those present. Oincr dairymen in (ha district arc invited to join the Associflllan. They may sign up al tho Crystal Dairy OHIce. "The rollowine olllcen were elected: L. A. Felger. president; Perry, 1st vice-president; H. Doullon, 2nd vice-president; W.-J. Lloyd, secre- tary-treasurer. A price of per cwt. delivered at the-Dairy was set lo tafce effect on ondar ncit- AGREEMENT AVHBIIEAS llie undersigned Milk on condition Lhat fie docs not sell it Producers in its of J.eth- 'jridgo desire lo produce milk for tbe Clly Irade at the lowest; price consis- Irnl with the cost of production and delivery, a 3. reasonable profit, and, WHEREAS we have always been obliged lo take tbe price offered to ua by (he Creamery for our products whether it were a, just price or not; and, WIIHUBAS the price (hat we receir- ert for our milk during llie periad of the war has not been sufficient to meat Ihe expenses, the in- crease In coat ot labor, feed, supplies, etc.; THEREFOKH in consideration of Ilio herein con- lainert, we and each o( ua have agreed aul br prcatnL do agree as P, tO 1. NAME To form ourselves Into an Associa- tlou under the nanie MILK PROflUCBRS' ASSOCIATION. 2. OBJECTS Tho objects of this Association (A) To obtain for ourselves a price for our produce sufficient In pay our expenses nnrt make a fair profit, (ri) Subject to clause (a) lo sup- ply the trade ot tho City of Leth- al (he lowest price conslslent therewith. (c) To investigate new Dairy equipment and melliartg designed lo reduce costs or improve ol our product, the latter to include systematic icstine tor tuberculosis ID end that il may not obtain a loot' bold In'OUT dairy herds. To provide an opportunlly for tho discussion ot Individual lion problems arising from tlmo lo time. MEETINGS ITicro sball be n meeting of lhe As-' at least once In every Three Mrnlha and any'1 member may call of the AsBOclallon at any line. 4. {a) -DELIVERY Since the present system delivering milk fa an expensive meth- od on account of different Dairies cov- rrrlns the same ground, in the Inter- ests of economy, we advise that tho purveyors of milk In HID City organize and provide for the delivery of mhk wllhln the City through one delivery system, (b) If a delivery system such mentioned fn clause (a) la provided for" br tho peraona'pngftged In tbc de- livery of milk, arid' If the manager of. said system will fix-! prico (o tho consnmcr-at tho cost paid tno producer plus a reasonable compenaallon for delivery and thn manager of such delivery system will agree to each meeting of this Association, Ihc members of this As- sorlnljan hereby agree, csoh for self, to market hla jnllk through gald central delivery system', provided thai nay'mcinber ot Iho AssociaUon may soli his milk direct lo the consumer at Q price lower than that in force by llie central delivery Association; provided further that. In case such central delivery Associalion is not formed, or in cas'j lhc orcra lion hereot shall prove unsatisfactory to the undersigned, we reserve tho right. having given-rtue'nolice to the operator of our Intention 10 do so, to 'ake over and operate such a delivery system under our own management. (c) The members of thin Associa.- an will also' undcrtako to.Inaugurate a co-opcralive plan for lhc collp.cLibn of milk (torn the members ol (his on and to deliver the same lo the central delivery depot. 6. MEMBERSHIP; VOTES, DOES The membership fee of lliis Associa- tion shall' bo fixed on the basis of for eacb member having in ar-_ ertga deMrery of 100 or ot milk, and an additional for each addlllonal dally livery of Ibs. or less, which Is to he paid' upon ihc signing1 ol thla Atfreeinenl, I-'ach member oC the Assoclaliort shall have one vole for eacu 100 Ibs. or fracllon Uicrcol lor wMch ho U assessed. All .future assessments sbnll bo niario upon a llko proportion of tho milk produced and furnished the As- s6claUoJi, Any me nib or Tailing to comply wllh the provisions or this con- tract shall forfeit all interests to tfla funds thus G. WITHDRAWAL Any member of this Association do siring (o withdraw from lhe Asaocia. Lion shall have lhe right to do so upon giving the Association 30 days' notice. SURPLUS Should the supply ot MilX at any tinio exceed the demand, [he supply for Iho milk required by lhe members hereof, shall be Upon Iho lollowin? sl3, to wit: (a) Tlio surplus milk above the demand for milk and Iqe Cream iball be disposed of nt cream prices and Ihc proceeds distributed Among lhe producers according to the amount furnished. 3. AMENDMENTS This Agreement may be altered or amended at any meeting upon R two- thirds vote of.lhe'memberslilp hereof- 9. OFFICERS This Association .shall elect Presl' first snd Second Vlec-Prcsl- dcnts, and ahnll huld office for one year or until tliclr successors arfi elected and fliial- itled, such offlcera to have the era of a board of directors. 10, BY-LAWS The Association may pagg snch Ily-. Lnwa as may ba expedient not Incon- sislent with Agireemdnt, aaj may meko such.regulations as may be ef- fective In carrying out Iho objects of thfs IN W1TXBSS WHBHEOP doralKneJ have hereunto set th-lf hands and seals at the. City of Letb- hrMee, ID llie Province of AlberlA. thla JDlh day of. June, A.D. IHi, ;