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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE nix i'llF. I.CTlffittlbr.E DAH.Y FRIDAY. 27, 1919 Protest Against Discrimination Labor News Agnin 1 Publishing HINTS AT DIGGER Jon the sireets thi? miming siaca Us suppression last week: ReterrinB ihe striie commluee's aciEon la cftUlos off the gym vat he lie siriXe. the paper saya: "Tbe action was preaily against ihe ec of of the sinfcers. TKOL1BLES COMING VANCOUVER, June an vots. strikers Tn L Vancouver vcted to remain an ctrike as a protest aqzlnsl altecsd discrimination against certain of the striken. The vole wai taken at a mass meeting held In the Arena this morning. They openly said that they preferrfj vole lo be lateu at a ui.ua moctlUK of sirlktrs this morning decide i whether Vancouver's strike ihall oni noon today, cr whelhrt- the strike hall be prolonged on ot rc; iujtstcmeut of certain with their sianiling. iJbor lead- I ers thai ihere is a strous tlmeni in labor ranks in favor ol flght- inj the emptuyera on the nient question .to a ouisb. II Is jild bv ilrlkt) Tbal some emplojers decliue to i.ike bacX their striking men except cu ihe basis ot new inan- The cUy council, replriog 10 ita strlk- inj ouislde employees. U ihe only etnploter ofiicmlly 10 late Ibis stand so far. The Metal Trades L'ouncil metis to- day ID rilsruss the ahuaUou. Tho sireoi car after rcoeiyl of a re- quest from their iniernBiloual. art to 'carry on' uni'.l they starved ralher than yield. Uut the majcriiy of Tho Mrtke' as ihey "ceived _. more aud more proof Ibai the heart v annouiiccd lhat as a r of ihe opposition lay in (he ibree gov- -collapje of takins a vole wday and Saturday on the question o( returning to work. All Embargoes Off June C.P.IL ernmenls concorne-i. realize'! ihe hopelessness of winaiu? complete victory at ihls time, and advised lhat the sympabtenc atrifeo b? called off. "There is some ground upon v.'hich J the opponents of labor can huilj the June contention thai lalor was teateu to a Labor N'ews roade its Ilrsl appearance i rraule. We thinX. however, thai thut i r -i Is all they Cfln Labor, ou the i other hand, has a wonderful tale m tell, ant) those n lio Ibhlk clearest amonssl the ranks arc most oplitulslk1 1 as to the total result or tbe strike. "On every fraud the to collec- live barKainir.g and the necessity of a Jil'ias w'ago has teen conceded. cnly plausible argument thai could be raised was that the sympathetic strike was not justifiable tecause it made innocents suffer whether Hbey .'wished or not. .Thi? contention is true, and it is also inevitable. We shall find within the coming months iliac the argument will a double edge.'' Taking Vote, Vancouver j VANCOUVER, B. C., June raeuli of strike etnbarfcoes In connecllon on wMiern. lines litre now remored. BJth carload aud less than carload freight by rail or rail and lafce rinitc for WlnulyeE can uow be RCtepted. Biff Majority It was uuaouueed before Ihe break- up of ihe meeting ibat'ihe result of Ibe vote was: 3.7SS fn favor ol con- tinuing on siritc 10 US in favor ol re- turning ID ivorfc. Riot Act SUII in Force WINNIPEG, June was au- at a conteivncc ibis morDins of ihe municipality Rnd military auth- oriues that the riot act will remain j iu effect here for some days yet. U was also anuounccd tliat no parades nor open air public meetings cau bo i held for another week. Permission to open Ibe labor church by B mess service in Victoria Park Sunday evening, was refusPd. Xo furiher statement on the busi- ness IransacliOTi conferenco was oiil. H is underalood, how- ever, tba.1 tbo cUy is readv lo deal i any attermalh o[ Ihe strike tnal may call for prompt nclion. TrouhVis Not All Over WINNIPEG, June to reinsiale may lead to further I P. Tralkouts in individual trartps. Labor i leaders are faced hundreds ol men who find themselves without employ- i menl, and charge employers with dis- crimination. Such eases are temg considered by the executive ot ihe they are belns returned to duly bv the railways. Men excelled fvom their organization are finding it ab 'solulely iniuoaalble lo secure employ ment in Wlnulptn. FORES! FIRES ARE Rafint Along Whole Slope of Fed of Timber Destroyed U.F.0.1LHAVE CALGART. June lor- es t Ore situailou iu AlberU li tbe lhal it hts beta iu yetrj. t' Hi ere IB no slfn ot ImpTovement, that rain Is badly needed to check the con- flajrallons, that not ereu a heavy rain would put out the ore which li three or four feel in tbe ground in places, feet of timber hare alreidr been destroyed, that flame fight crews ;re coattnc mtny hundred! of dollars B that aprropriiUon for Ibis purpose is nearly lome of the, itatements ade to the Canadian Preis today by H. Finliyion, "Hoe Our Own Row" is Their Molto; No Entangling AlUancfS FENELON' PALLS, Oat June E. C. Drury addressed the United Farmers ot Ontario sayiog: "It hae been that thefa should be s-rne sort of union between ilrt United Farmers of Ontario and the temporarily led by D. D. Me- because, II la slated, are no real differences In pollcv between the two parliea. "The Liberal party.whan in lat'.eil lo translate Into deeds the pol icy it baiS put into words. The United Farmers of Ontario a poliry to KEEL uniU. The strite committee j wLich -t -fi determined to glva effect is still iu operation, it was learned at, Between llie farmers ot On the labor temple, and will mett _to urio and -darLQCl Bnd dts "-ft nertr ajLtm to lay -weallisT. il mt jGvr The SJt reports on discrimination from the unions. Ibe strike i rommillec is disbanded a general cbm- mitTee will be appointed to deal wiUi reinilalement, according lo preseDt ol railway ia being handled entirely by the inter- national odicers. Strikers applying to Ihe railways Icr re-employment are being referred, to their international executives. IE reinstated-'- lirolherpood credited Lineral lime su Lo no other iTJiiaJsairiHioii lodividtlal adhesion by men of llki ioQ from cKipfl.ind aha! welcome, -but no'- 61 by either of 'the old parly ors-tDlzationa will ne accepted Ye intend to our owa row am ceep it clear PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK-END SPECIALS ig Drbp in the Price of BEEF Very Choice Roasts of Beef at 20c, 22c, and 25c per Ib. These Roasts are cut from the Choicest Beef on the Market, We will Offer Tomorrow 1000 Ibs. of Very Choice CREAMERY BUTTER This is-Extra Good Butter Value and this shipment will go very quickly, so place your- orders early. The above prices are for Saturday onlyi BURNS CO. Limited LONDON, June ol self-go Tern ment in Ireland with: the British Empire In manifesto issued today by the Iris Dominion'League "and'Slgned. hy Ho ace Plunkett and oilier Irishmen. Leave [t To PARIS .June deleiat here representinf the Irlih socieli in the United Slates have been nOlifie Irish so far as th peace conference is concerned, h been leil !Q the of Preml CJemenceau, the prealilcnt rf the con- ference. Frank P. Vv'alsh and Edward F, Dunne, the delegates remaining here, v.-ill sail lor the United States on BaL- urduy. Mr. Fiufjvson (list fifes wi-cvi gins Iu UIB.UV dislriols, Generally epc-sklng. iu the I tow lliv- er reserve from Ibe lllghwooJ to Jlc.d Doer are fires. There A bud flre iu tbe Murk'y Indlau reai'Tve which blurted la-si Sunday anil wlik-h lj spreading Into Ihe (urosl reserve. aaslMaol to Mr.-fr'lnluysou ihe flghtmc of Ihls lire. Thn wore i imrl ot Ihe blaie Is in the CWDFT of the Stoiiey Iu e. Th.j tiro menaces Ilic Banff National Parks outskirts to Ihe north ofJUnH. North again lias erM flrea burning oudlde (he foreilry between ihe Ghott ind James Conditions are eery serli on the norlli side of Clear Water iu the Korhr Mountalr. House dlttrla, aud there.is a ba.il flie aloui: lis NordefB north Sai- Chew ILL alto serloui Urea Iu Hit DrtiBU fortilrj PROHIBITION MOVES IN US. June Tlie houte judiclaiy cotiiuiitlca lojay voted JT to 2 lo report oiil all prohibition enforcement IcglMailoti in one gen- eral till, with Hie war measure set down pm one. EMPRESS OF ASIA COMING VANCOU.VKU. Juno Too LM'. O.S. liner Ktuni-esa of Is duo at Victoria Juno '29, and cipcctea hero on .Monday. She lins ft lull Oriental cargo' a heavy Us I. GETS FOUR YEARS EDMONTON. Juue JoluOluiM. onvietea of to murder MR wife, whom Lo marrfedjfii France Kcbruarv whllo overseas, wan toOo Btntenred by Justice Scoil tu four years- iu KJuioiilou pcnlicnllary m need of tive, do not retort to vio- gentle, natural Untive E MARKET DOMINION FISH MARKET AVENUE SOUTH LICENSE NO, :-PHONCs 412 AND 13.434, .DOMINION COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST, PHONE BERNE, June counter-rer- olutlonary movement In Hungary, during which a monitor on the Dan- ube was seiztd by tho anti-government forces, lias been put doTTD, according to arlvices lo the Vienna correspon- dents' bureau from Budapest The messages. indUale that.Ihe counter revolutionary, movement developed on Tuesdar, The officers who took pos- session or the monitor used tho rea sel's guns for bombarding toe aovle; headquarter, white numbers o( Brit ieh supporters on the of Ihe river, il Is declared, Cheered for the cause of royally. There was cons Id rablo rlflo and revolver firing during ihleh numsrous persona wore wound A Nudapcal diapaleirio the .bureau laled lhat the-government tiad'been quelled and order restored. Hamburg Troublt Quelled BERLIN, June Oerma yvernmtnl troops ordered to Ham ujrg to suppress dliordera there reached Ihe suburbs of the city thl morning. Tho troops ordered trie Im mediate celadon of hoaUIUM, the re lease of all prisoners hfrld by th communists in Ihe hall, and Ui delivery of weapons, .f Sllll In THE HAOUB, fae Dial Ihe fbrmer prince was III In clhciosBd by an o nclal InVtatlga'llon .irfldj tty tbe Dutch minister of Ihe Inlcrfor. r- Hatf PARIS, Oermin crown prince has not been abnenl from bis. homejon tbo. liland oirWler- Ingtn lor some time, a Havai dilipatch I'from Tho Hague aayi. With the next few days our sale comes to a close. Neither al lhe: present not ;h ihe near future Wm'yoa .Save a like opportunity lo secure sued rare bargains-a we are offering you now. 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