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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'ACIv KitlHf LKTiinuinGE DAILY WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25, 1919 act! Ihe rnoiuittlce (hti u-js appointed lu meet ihe raihv-iy oittciala bail made lliclr report, Uroalth did his level best to persuade iheai to ro- miMii He men t lone I thai j J.ipinese lu the West raJgary yuds, who haj Joined, in siriko. should j bo rolnitated. II was pointed out, however, that there were .only tiro', Japanese ou strike find 33 they Trere j PREMIER MORRIS ISSUES STATEMENT Juae follow- ing staiemeai has IssucJ by Premier T. C. Norrls: hare Just been a calling itself The in it is stated ihe general tympfttlicTie strike has been called cti on ihe condition that UTP provincial KOTernmeui have appointed a commis- sion to make a iborcujh mvesi'gaiiou rpganl'.ns the remsiaier.ieut ot' the "I hasten to say thai (hera is abfo- Jmely uo truth in this. Tur ual government hare not nppointeJ snr commission Rnd have noi prom- ised 10 appoint one. The reinstate- meat cf all workere :j not a oiauer for the l govenimeni uor for DT government conmissioa cot been oons'dercd. -While proparing this statement. I bare VT spc-c-al nu-ssenser TO- ceivcd this which is i sufficient acurer lo any such state- ment: June 25. 'Kcu. T. C. N orris, premier ol MaDitoba. gorercuieni. coc'.ral strike conimlupo to notify you I thai a resolution been passed oltl- rlally dec'nrlnj (he sympathetic strike! off OQ Thursday. June "5. si 11 a.m. i your government to appoint a royal coin mission having the wlilest pow- ers o! icqu'ry. 'Yours vef truly. (Slgotd) "'URCHIN-SON'. Strike Committee.' deal with them more satisfactorily. It was an altogether merry party soreratueat with re-J garj to tbe wen now awaiting trial. who were arrested recently on j charges uader the criminal code and the immigration act. When the two representatives left Winnipeg the communlly under the Impression! ihftt tbe strike leaders wcro to be I tried In camera then railroaded out of the country. This impression has been entirely dissipated slace they left Winnipeg. TUB strikers' however, met a num- ber o! ihe 'western members and min- isters wbila. and will. It is ex- pected, shortly Jeare afafa for Win- -UIPCS. j ag nioro fcOperui. of a EclUemeut for Practically Ovar In Calgary lowi Tarjous during lbe Juno all inlenU! and purposes the strike in Ciliary has common a took, nor had a. dividend been paid on the preferrta slock (or five yearF, but lhat a dividend of per cent, would be paid this year. He paid that the market for leather was very high at present aud It was difficult" to bet supplies. In January and February, the surplus leather was bought up and taken cut of tue coun- try by English buyers, lie stated also that the ol leather haj Ihecptne Inferior during the Iftst few years, lie said branded j u'des were only one cent ft. pounj loiver in vnlue than unbraTidert. No I coniblcatlon existed aaione boot and 15hoe maters and there never had been one. Asked as to the prices-of the high- est quality of ladles' boots. .Mr. Heeder said; "Tbe sky ig the llnill for ladles' boots today.'1 The reason Tra5 liti-ause they waul- _________ led style. White klJ of the highest I smile so'.d lo tbo retailer by his TOHONTO. June and j com puny lit 510.50 a pa-, offlclala of the Toronto Slrept Railway 'UVhnt is Ihe retail Thai is Outlook Men Decline To Go Back Awaiting Report beezi called oft, alihou5Ti no official an- i j "As much ae they arc willing- to I pay." was Ibt- answer. last 21 hours. Tuts is brought about j "They pay Tar luo I'M by tbe general admission that nn In-! "They piy for fads.1 SENATE Ft OTTAWA, Juno coramlltees ot the house of commons aud llio senate named to hold a conference" In regard to the dllfer- ence of opinion of (ho two houses over ths Consolidated llaihrar jict. met this afternoon, bjt failed to arrive tit en amicable baili of aireemenL Tho senators were flrm in respect to the amendment moved In tho commons by II. Jlowat, tae effect ot wblcb was to gke municipalities full control of Uielr streets and ivhlch was rejected by the senate. G.W.VJk. AT WINNIPEG TO REPUDIATE ACTION WIXNTPECr, JUIJP solul-oaa of the rcfrreuiluui be Leg taken on thd mu- tlon of'tho Great Veler. Rnt1 AsBoclatlon executive re- pud latins the resolution passed eiprfliilng sympathy -n-jth iho of the aaaoclatlon, which II Is claimed, wu packed strike sympathizers, Inillcato that tho action ot Ihe eiecullro Is be- Jnjr uiihc'd The Ilnal ntH be known (III the. eu4 of tbo which are aa cafe as Victory llonds and 4 -2 per cent compounded half yearly. By investing in Ihem a person cf stnail weans protests him- self against the faXcr, saves bis money and ensures to hlunelf a nlca return on his fiavliigs. Thirtoen persons were Injured, three or four seriously, In a railway wreck on tho 0. T. It. Dear Lindsay. LOOK OUT FOR THE FAKER Chief of Pollco Ffndroy selicd sli gallons of "bee" leer belonfilng to John Wright al tho Ulack Hills plantation, St. Mary's. nouncement to this has so far crease of fares will undoubtedly be an essential lo the settlement ol the j PLANE SCARES COW; all parties, with of clt. Clean Jo handle. Sold br all Bniggisls, Grocers and General Stores been made by the strike committee, j The-ealminatfUK point was reached j Thl5 there win be aiidth- inorning when all lha Og-j er pgnierence Of i den men'can-fed out iheir resolution, j xf Church and I reached Tuesday, of reutrning to wori. I Much satisfaction was espres-ed by J msny of sorters at again being >D harness. 1C. is now orer a month, aince they came out on the sympath- etic strike. At ihe meeting cf these, employe WHICH INJURES GIAL WATERLOO, airplane la charge- of two cadets landed on the Seagram farm at noon today, owing to machine trouble. In mattnf tho 1 Tuesday uvenlng at the Labor Temple Into the joy of Sunlight We invils you to come, madam, if you ere not already V Sunliglil Soap user, into the joy o[ wash lor Sunlight does the wash without rubbing. Into the joy ol fresh, un- fadcd, gobd-as-new clothes, and sofl, un- hurt hands, (or Sunlight Soap is absolutely 13 ail has far more lhan the cleansing power of common soaps. LBVER BROTHERS LIMITED Toronto, Oalirio HenrM. the provincial premier, descent machine frightened a ill tafce par! at. this meeting or be COT lied lo a fence aud lbe animal represented members of the pro- 1 vlncial cabinet. UepresentfttiTes ofi the strikers said this morning that I broie loose. The cow run into the little !en-year-old daujhtor of Waltz. Allen street, and Ihe they objected to the mayor's proposal J pirl was quits seriously injurod. Mrs. little Wi'.h the coming of peace and (he restoration of norojal conditions, the financial faker IB sure to uiaka Ills HppearanL-9. Ho not go about seek- ing -whom. may devour; ho will rather appeir (u the of a friend desirous of helping the par son who wants' to get on In I he world. Tbe Spring em! Rummer seasons sro those In which tho financifll fnktrj is most active. Ho la so. because. when tho temperature Is high, he finds [he public more iucllncc] ty warm up] to lila moro inclined to j lake a chanre. 4 The financial ftier e.TpeeLs to make a hanl during Ihe coming season, for during tho reaction following upon en-! forced war-time economy, he Ihinks that the public will ho inclined to go to the other eitreme. He will thus bn ready with his fake mining wild-cat real cstale schemes nnd worthless oil. ventures. is more, ho will catch many parsons if When You You Your LOOKS' PS- 75 thai they reLuru Lo work for a 30 days' j damage was suslalned" by "the alr-l' Don't be f wiled hy the faker. your money Into "U'ar SaTlpsa St: truce, pending the report ot JudgSj plane In landing. Barroa'5 board ot conciliation. They Bay they must hRTe a guarantee ot j Iheir demands whatever report is pre- saated by the hoard conciliation. Put J. D. H1GINBOTHAM AND CO. SPECIAL AGENTS After Spirited Dcbafo in HOUM Mewburn's 11J11 By 56-34 Vote OTTAWA, wii a spirited debate tu the ot con- mons tonlgbl over burn'j tiUl to Authorize u lecnm la lha perniaooDt mllJiajj forra of tbt Uomlnloti of f-.OW to The !stftr dcfonded tho bill tha that n forea of. 10.000 man iioae too largo for a country llkt Cnnnda, more particularly ID rleir of the present conditions. Intimated that II was not the Intention at pres- ent to Increase (be foica bj thnu 2000. Oppoalllofi to the measure came from Hon. T. A. Crerar, Dr. Michael Clark, Ued Deer; A. 1H. He Master. Dromo; P. NLcUv, Klngn- ton, end other meinben of tie Hon. H. Lcinleui, referHnff to AVInnlpee situation, advised Sir Hob- crl Dorden to follow (he eiampla of Premier Moyd George by proceeding to Winnipeg and endeavoring Lo sel- llo tho ilrlko by Iho application ot conciliatory iDelliodi. Strong Bupiwrt for aaaKura canu from R. It. nichnrdwn, BprlnR- fleld; Urix.-Cen. Grleabachr D.9.O., EdhiODton; W. F. Cocks'hult. Drant- ford; n. A. MacKle, Edmonton Ettat; 0. Allan. Winnipeg South, and other of tha.noiue. Tbo clnuso the olie of force carried on n division ol 66 to 34. Messrs. Crtrar, JCIcXle, Ctftrk and Jolmaon being among frho TO led nay. Earlier in the day Hon. C. C. BrU- Uniyne'i bill to amend the- Canadian Sh'pplng Act wns given first reading and (hen was n long discussion on the bill to amend the Canadian Grain Act, which provides (or Iho constitu- tion of a board ot grain appeal. II. H. Stevtna. South Vancouver. said the elevator companies robbed tho farmers of Ibe west o[ mllllous of dollars by grslc JUs slalcnienls -were denied by J, Crerar, J. II. Maharg and cLber western mtsmbcri. At n lato hour the house considered the bills relating lo the business vrar proflU tai and the Income lax. r'0ntho mountain 'Urch Canadian IhatfrflmeraiJIion-doUar .pictures tables that gratify your sharpened appetite Vteda that you deep, sweet you wul find theaeinany of the spacious Canadian Pacific Hotels at Banff, Late Louise, Emerald Lake, Aflcr ihe diir.snds cl wir lima lit ih Pjciftc RocUei you ctw ion For Information applj J, GORDON, Depot Ticket Agent FLYING CRIMINALS (London Times) While IL mislii liave been eip-cted that the signing of the ubsequent slackening of effort In the munition faclories, the large reduction ot slaR m'anr engineering "and the dcmobilizatidn ol so 9 a number ot men would have! meant a rapid and considerable in- j crease of crime the country, this j IKS been by no.means tho case. Apart! rom bigamy, In there has heen I abnormal Increase in the years, crime appears lo have increas-j ed much more slowly aince the Armls-{ Ice than many people eipec'.ed. Until j statistics are available It is rather dif-, ficcll to sum up Ihe ciact position, bulr taking Ihe countrj' as R wboleh crime] s less prevalent now than in the days; >efore the war. The five years before the show- ed a marked in prosecutions Tor serious crimes; though this may nare been B3 much due lo improred methods of catching offenders as to an actual Increase, in their number. As time goes on the skilled criminal im- proves his methods. The skilled, house- breaker has used the Improved means of communicating. He no longer con- fines himself to one particular district, but carries on his work hi.a large area. Improved means of communica- tion bava also led Lo improved meth- ods ot detection, and a call for higher skill upon Iho part of the men whoso duly It is lo deal with the detection of crime. One of the problems of the I u lure will be the effect which civilian flying will have upon crime and the escape of the criminals. In the arrangements havo already been mad a for Ihe training of aerial police, and the flying routes during Ihe aviation meeting of the Pan-American Aeron aullcal Exposition will be- guarded hy the police next month. Aerial police will be required In all countries Lo prevent violation of the rules of the air, when flying becomes general, Liil A much more serious problem will be lo prevent criminals escaping from the country by Customs autli- orilles vrill undoubledly deal with the aerial amuggler, and It ia possible Lhat the aamo authorities may be able Lo do something towards catching thn criminal who la trying to gel abroad by air, The man with nothing incriminating upon him, who is merely anxious ti gfit away in oriler to secure hln own personal safety, Is a much more dif- ficult II Is not anticipated thai many criminals will liavo Ihelr own aoroplanea lor some time yet, hni Then aerial passenger services to tha Continent become a regular thing they a RECONSTRUCTION! Our Boys have made the world a safer place and a better place to live. It's up to us to make this town a better, more beautiful, more modern and safer place to dwell and enjoy the blessings and prosperity of peace. TTT ffS NeW'homes, new, Normal progress was igl I J stifled because of llie necessary embargo the government plac- ed upon building materials during the war. Progress is open lo us now. Take full advantage. Build new, bright, cheerful, comfortable homes, up-to-date stores and office buildings. f LUND SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LUMBER LATH. SHINGLES, AND LUHB SUPPLIES OF ALL KINO8 HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING 3rd AVENUE AND 17th STREET, LETHBRIDOE. BRANCH YARDS AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE WE HANDLi FENCING MATERIAL, HARDWARE: AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES. PLANS, ETC. Box may Ijo mcd by people ncxioua r ly to make Ihclr escape. TO HUSTLE UP AND GET MARRIED AGAIN ircmliir or tho I O, W. V. A, ElcciKirc _ morning that II had been reported 10 [him tlml Ihe hcly uJ: j Ihe Pension Doard. who cimo lif-rn r-, j visllj, hafl been urging Iho war wld- nwj> lo hustle UB and Bel married J njrain. He pla'crt that he Inlenrts (o hrlnc the mador up Rt the nleellng this Tveok ol Iho O.W.V.A., as ho rtH rot think lhal tills was the proper hind of helu or advlrr. -rhkh Ihe Pension Uoard offer. "To say the Icssl, 1 think il l.i high- ly was--Ihe' 189 or-Phone LETHBRIDGE 516 ;