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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBIUDGfi DAILY UHRALD mmmm IH> con- WINNIPEG, June off beiore any negotiations ss uorthwesteru suourD ol ui Situation _, vrorihlp said Le had hwrJ nolhmg.of j route, the H. N. W. M. P. who pro- it: He stated thai, in compliance- with j kR- movemwlt I cceded ,o ceiar Main street as far as the desire ot the men's com- back 10 MOJ _ _ T end. so hard prised that he had deemed It advisable to fire a volley iuto the crowd and that this resulted iu a tern porary check of closo hostilities. -Gen KeU-hen at ouce turned out n military force which 1 accompanied as l> UlllllCVtJ IVH.C Counsel chief magistral. On arriving at the comet ol Portage aveuue and -daw street this force, supported iu colurnu er, as the arrorance of foe coninm ea of he ike is of In lakSg for theiV. executive car men in ral.wg on Iue use the great a LCI in in _ Uits iuv r'irniPll bQt DO trial bureau has not permitted, it something ot an obsession, QJICo HI luc i l-lvir TIT therefore become closes divided opinion m labor i. probable cles as to the right of tho strike A Perfect Treatment For This Dressing Complaint Osr. atlick of. Weeping Ecicma; so bad tint my net through at tiuiM. For four If utferol terribly. J ixmld get no relief until I tried 'Knit-a-Uves and 'Socthi Sllri'. Tne lirst ireituient gave me reltef. Altogether, I Imo used boxes of 'Sootlia Salva' aud Ino of em eutirclywell" Ci.W.HALL. Both these sterling remedies an> told by dealers at box, 0 for p.oO.orseot on receipt of price by FruiU-livcs Limited, Ottawa. "Kmit-a-tivcs" is sire which Mils for 25c. ern Labor News says today in part: ordered the shoollug liEtj Salunluy is u'kaiser ol the deepest; dye. The- responsibility must bo plac-1 ed and the crltulusil broujhl before the j mr of Justice. "There have been those who Jrnag- incd tha't 'a whiff ot grape shot1 would flop the cry of the people tor Justice. There, are those in Winnipeg who think tho shooting on Saturday taught labor a lesson. Tho parade was temptod 'and the blood of luiiOCviit men Jiplllcd "wl'.hout permission ot the sTriko couiuiittee." Labor already knew that two dozen men on horse back shooting (o kill could disperse a crowd ol several' thousand uaarmed use-u'und women. ___ committee l.K? be taught that Ideals are more powcrfM The ulood of_lho uiar- tyrs is the scc'd of the church. We shall carry on, in spito of hell, victory is wou." Oon't Blame Authorities NEW 'WESTMINSTER, N. June cars in this city and the In- terurban cars counecting with Van couver aud suburban districts will re- sume service a.t 4 p-m. today. A bal lot ot the entire street rallwaymon's union Its executive in this decision Sunday evening and tho cen lns to interview me with the request mania that they be allowed to hold a meet- this indusinat uurest has t in? oi, Monday in Victoria Park. responsible for tho unlawful; strilte here -tha engineers, also voice. "I met this delegation's request all4 falal acts of the riots in Winnipeg to work at the! with statements of fact to no uncer- We have exercised consider., [Kt (bat th i.-xna Waminf them for being the nhlf. nattpncfi under almost mtoierablo bj _ able as to ine rising jn ,he ot an obsession. If this b j pathizers to to J Mt permitted. It U probaHe .bat, face: otthe shduld the situation remam attect. it p meantime, a meeting will be, aulhorn-1 have m Vancouver u not 1 w. warrants were issued for the arrest of marttal law has not leaders of the relumed soldier-strikers, ae dty of. bl but of these but one has been put into the ot Bie KW b eiecntion, the man arresled being J. F. Gray, "t tain tone, blaming them for being patience under almost ot today's exhibition oi lawless-1 conditions for tho last few webks. But and advising them strongly to firmness in showing that our proc- iiumediately disperse tho meeting then must- be lived up to. have, in cro-ress' at Victoria Park and hold wa hope, shown a effect. a. ..At n fur- I ua meeting at all until they got a fur- iher decision from mysyelt at 10 o'clock on Monday morning. "The obsession and almost fanat- Hraul. Rumor has it that warrants are out for the arrests of Comrade "hairman of last Friday's viavor Ludiiva i. lerdav afternoon, the military have stepped in to aid and snpport the authorities. nt Under marital law the Strike VTIN'N'IPEG, Juua the mills are operating with volunteei engineers has gone far to the effect of tho engineers' striko. Ni decision was arrived at. but the engiii e'ers ivill'prooably return to wor the street car men took the stan times and in all placet. not bo condemned for their action la ho Saturday riots, since tho parade of strike sympathizers was attempted ,11 direct deflMico of an ofitclal procla- mation.- Tho-Xcw Westminster strike com- mittee meets today to r.'.ako final de- cision as lo whether the strike iu this city should he called off forthwith. PRIEST DIES W BED t- Ihft ccul MONTREAL, June Canon O'Meara, for 25 years parish priest of St. Grtbrlei's church and a noted auth- ority on education, was found dead In his bed lilts morning. Ha died from heart disease duo to shock. The, bodj of his brother was found in tSe Lach 'ine canal yesterday. V 192 PLANES DESTROYED PARIS, Juno broke out yesterday in the airdrome at SI. Cyr. destroying 18 hang- ars aud 102 airplanes. An enor- mous amount of other damage, resulted. Tho loss Is estimat- ed at francs. GERMANY WILL SIGN PARIS, June The commenting on tho resignation of the Schlede- mam mlnlttry unanimous In believing thit unlen tomethlng unforeicen happen, Germany will the treily. tnpatuig of returned so'diers iu Tder keV Square, and Comrade Jlartin. 'the j the duet magistrate of the principal speaker, who introduced the j Idea of the "silent massed parade." i pended arid command of the in unconfirmed report says that a i reTert to the military authority. -i the instead ot'activities of are confined to that out o! considerable number of rifles with amm-jnitiou. were taken last night police, .500 skon: from aliens in the norlU end. Tbere pilrt ot the city is a conspicuous crowd on ilain street bounds by the military. area in- of people looking like alien two blocks on either side ol conditions are normal, more street, north of I avenue. K running on more routes Lnd certain deSned areas a the north than on anv dar since the. first tie-up. I eod. Within this area .he military Quite a crowd is congregated around exercise undivided control. the Roval Northwest ilounicd Polica odd facts break oat from the devel- force' which is at ''stand to" with a j oprnenU of the past 24 nours. motor machine gun nnil on Main believes that the Erst shots a block south of the city hall, gred by strikers Most ot these appear curious onlooker' eri. The major's statement With a good sprinkling amons (hem1 "Last evening a Li was held in .Maitvet ot-retnrned soldiers. _____activity is in progress al the Labor Temple where it would appear is beiug held. This is su- .liated a.block'east of Main street 03 corner oi James street and right be- hind back to back in fact u. the citj etahon outside which a num her of special'constables arc waiting In automobiles Riot Act in Force Mayor Charles F. Cray announced this morning that all meetings are for- bidden as long as the Riot act; is I In force. Tliis will be.until normal con- ditions prevail it 's announced As to the arrest of men the paraae Mayor Gra-r md thia wa m >ho nand ot legal authorities A re- port, wholly unconf-ioed was current thi morning that several of the men prominent m planning SatufSaya par ade have'disappeared. One man killed mflright scores in than IQfl ted on Indictable i- the situalion today after: Saturday's riots. The in- jured were reported "to be gelling alons Mayor Gray's 'state- ment that the firs'! ahpta were SKi al the from" tie-'crowd was cor- roborated by numerous observers, as well as Dr'iSot and mounted police. It is fearedI that Ihs- rioting have of further prolonging the sympathelic sir ike, which seemed to be well on th'e road to a settlement Saturday.- Employers, authorities and mediators haye: come out fiat-footediy Demanding that the-strike-be called TO Alt WOMEN WHORE ILL Hut Woman Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vege- uUe Personal Experience. Mctetti, to rewm- mend Xydia E. Pin'iham'a fViinound to all women WHO sufftr from'iny functional u it a as dona me more good thin all the medicine. Since taking it I hive a fine healthy baby girl nnd have gained! n strength, My hus- band and I both praise yosr med- icine to all suffering JOHJ) K. GOOD MADE CANADA persons was Squire behind the city halt; Several sneakers made'inflammatory speeces incitins to riuU, .tie gist oi these re- marks' being that the-mayors author- ity must be set aside aud a parade held in denance of the law Before going home I gava a proc lamation to tbe press forbidding the parade was intended as a warning to these pro pective law that -we woUd not so back on onr decmou tnat there be no parades 1 U about 030 a.m 1 was called to tne at the Roval Alexandria Hofel of the mini ter Senator Robert- son and there met Pern- of the Hoyal Northwe t Mount ed Police A J Andrew Iv, C local deploy mm! lev oi justice, and a com miltee of returned soldier striker some ot them being men who address- the meeting referred to above. committee asked me for per "A RA of'parity for, goldfcsolid gold is gen- erally i4K. because gives longest service and great- est, satisfaction. Dictionary. Mo. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This fambua toot and herb B. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com- been restoring vornen of pound, BM been restonng women of to health for more thtn forty jetn and It will well pay any woman wio Buffers 'from displacements, akeratlon, irregularities, kickacnflj" nervousness or bloel" to gife- thit successful Wai. For tnggcttiona tn renrd to allnwnt write E. PRikham .Medicine Co., tynn, Mas9. Tha result ttitl low experience b atvont KrviCK mission to parade, but I absolutely re- fused. They then'asked me to pull the street cars off the streets, This, I also refused: 'They thta staled they would have a parade anyway, and I remarked that I would have to stop it peaceably if .not, other measures would hare to be taken. "1 was there until abonl 1.45 in the I aflertoon, when the chief lot policel told me larW crowds I I ImmediaJI'repair- ed to the clty.'nail and so.sfsjneed the chief. A few'minutes later we com- municated again over the telephone when it developed that it was not like- ly that with the special police at his disposal he could control the crowd, now swelled to many thousands. 11 therefore suggested that the R. N. W. M. P. should parade the .streets, in which he' concurred. I at once drove to R. N. W- J'- headquarters and in the presence ot the provincial attor-l ney-gene'ral asied Commissioner Perry to aid Ihe civil police in the preven- tion and, If teed be, the ol rioU. "I returned to the city ball and spme 1 little time later witnessed the arrival of the mounted police, who, in open formation advanced np. Msiin street. I They endeavored to disperse the j crowds, but were booed and jeered, and when after proceeding north a couple of blocks they relumed, and were pelted with stones and bottles by the mob. About noticed that the mounted police were being hard] pressed by a rabble of aliens, I road from the parapet of the city hall the Riot act in the'prescribed manner. Strikers Fired First? 'Before re-entering the building- that I a to say two or three minutes'! later, I heard a lew scattered shots! and as the R. N, W. SI. P. at this time had not received the order to draw .their revolvers, I presume these came from the mob. "As conditions were rapidly approa-1 chlng a serious tumult, I Immediately 1 drove lo Fort psborne barracks, asked for BrlgXJeh, generaj officer commanding Military Dfslrlct No. 10, signed In the prescribed manned my papers for calling out the- militia In of tho civil authority to quell riots and handed same to Ocr. Ketchcn with the request as outlined In the written aulh'ority. While in'barracks, I received .1 port from Hie officer commanding the II. 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