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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 rw-i LJTTIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE NINE' Pertinent Questions Will Be Asked; Heaps.Meets With Ministers of Government OTTAWA, May Canadian foreshadowed some days ago, the conviction ot the' Winnipeg strike leaders bo brought before the house.--- here week, -Alderman A. A; (Heaps, the strike lead- er, who escaped conviction, tad a con- farenco with several members. In. the house oli .Wednesday. Ernest la volnte, Quebec Bast, will ask the fol Icvving HVas Hlie Dominion government epreseulcd liy counsel at too recent trials ol A. A. Heaps, William Ivens, ft'. A. Prlichard, Ji. J. Johns, George Armstrong, John Queoiv and R. E. before' the court of King's Hencb, criminal assists ot pro- vince Manitoba? the Dominion government or any official thereo? retain or appoint any of ihu counsel representing thfe crown at suld trials? to, who were advocates who were so'retaineil and appointed by tho Dominion government cr any' of its officials! amount .of costs has the government paid, or will to called oa to pay In the said trials? IS NOTHING TO -So'Head of Burtis Packing Plant Says in Prince Albert JUAREZ "JOINS I MEXICAN REVOLT EJj PASO, Texas, May 3.-- Juarez, Mexico, bus revolted. Juarez Joined the rebellion In Mexico at 3 p.m. today. 'Revo- iuttonary troops enteriug tho city were, acclaimed atnid wild scenes bands playing aid thsponulaco'crying "Viva v: Obreeon." 4 rf PARIS. May, conference ot ambassadors this morning decided to postpone the plebiscite In the Teechen district of Silesia for two months, the balloting 'to decide the nationality, of tho region will occur on JiUy 12, in- stead o! May 12; the data originally fixed. Paul Cambon, French ambassador at London, presided over the confer- ence. Germans Excited COPENHAGEN, May Renter dispatch from a XJcrmao source In Oiipeln, Slle'sia, under today's date says the Polish representatives oa the plebiscite commission' and Polish con sulato officials there have left, in con SOiyi6yC6 Of tuS" eSCiteu KttilUue O: the German inhabitants; The dispatch" adds: "They only managed to.escape from Iheir hole by a back.way, protection of French troops, owlng'-to the threat cnlng-attltrjde.of tho crowd.' And Now It's A TJAVING mode such a success of Automo- bile Cord Tires, we are giving bicyclists the first BICYCLE CORD TIRE. Traction Cord is now obtainable from any bicy- cle dealer in any part of Canada.. All trie surpase- ingly good points of the with this latest Feature of tire con- struction to produce a real and true "Master Dunlop Tire Rubber Goods Co., Limited! Head Office and TORONTO in the Leading" PlllNCB ALBERT, Sask., rMay Hdrns.of Calgary, head of the P. uruK packing plant, ts here ng the company's businees." With reference to the livestock slt- atlon generally, Mr. Burns placed the 055 during tho past winter through ack of feed'at au average of about 0 per ccni. Some cllstricls lost mere ban this, hut other districts, less. He Id not think, however, the loss would to a -Very great check on the" llve- Htock industry, inasmuch as western armera would "recover the loss within a year.or so. There was a market or.all the livestock they could pro- luco and thero was no cause whatever tor pessimism. IHr. Bums came h'ere chiefly to. con- clude a deal whereby the. company lurcbased 35 lots east of the present ilant, being tho property between the jlantarid the Prince Albert creamery, Ironting'on ICtri street and with a railway, trackage to the re a'-'. Mr. Burns states this property he.? been acquired to take care of future osctensiDss when parts of northeri Saskatchewan. Asked with" reference to the report that'tho company was tendering on a European contract, Mr. Burns slated thero was no truth in Ih'o report. The Burns jilants were ship- ping steadily to Europe, but there has been no such contract as the ono nieu- tloncd. 'PEG ELECTRIC. RAILWAY- JSSUES STOCK WINNIPEG, May ot the Winnipeg Electric Railway yes- terday passed "a by-law authorizing the Issue of now stock. It was announced that the cltjzens of Wiunlpeg will bo given the oppor- tunity, of subscribing for the. shares this Btock'at the par value of ?100 each. The proceeds from the sale will be used to pay oB the Afloat- Ing Indebtedness of. tho company; Press Generally Favorable to Financial; the Empire LONDON, Hay Canadian Associated press gives ample details of.the great Industrial merger that, polbnel Grant Morden has'organized but there is lllUe edi- torial comment offered. i- The Times' financial writer says it marks a new stage In the era of in- dustrial combinations and it will proh 'ably prove tho 'forerunner of others, if the British empire is to reap full benefits from the association of self- governing nations In development. The steelmakers ire taking a wise step in future supplies ol raw providing Canada with.the opportunity of working her mineral resources on a big scale. The urges the promoters to eschew tehiptallon to create excessive, capi tal. The Daily News advises the public to carefully examine- how the capital figures were arrived at in the pros- pects ot The' Express congratulates Colonel Slorden oh .what Is noUonly a brilliant success for him personally, but also event of tremendous Importance to' the economic life of the British people." Corrective Legislation in British House Designed to Save Nation Lawsuits Once the liver falU to filter the poia- ous bile from the blood, there' is :'a ogging up and poisoning of the.wlioU stem which causas many troubles to rise. Therefore, upon the liver, more p.n any'other organ of the body, de- ends the general health. Carelessness and neglect, and pften- mcs wilful disregard of nature's laws 111 put the system out ot sorts. The owels become constipated, the liver active and the slomoch upset.' To ring the syatem-.bflck to Its normal ate, you should lake Milburn's Iyer Pills. They liveu un the liver, et the bowels back to. their proper ondition and tone up the stomach.- llrs. G. L.'Cackelt, Enchant, AHa., have used Mllburn's Laxa- Iver Pills and havs (su'ntl them good ir both stomach and, liver troubles, have told others about.your icdlclne and they7 liavo used thom good results. "Tliey are also good for headache." Milburn's Pills are vial at all dealers or mailed direct n receipt ot prico by The T. Milbimi "Llmlfed, Toronto, iray government war indenmilyljill, which was brought on in the house met much opposition, and though it passed' its second reading by 210 to 28, it was only saved %y concessions. Mr. Leslie Scott nioKd'its 41on'.', Sir B. Carson denounced proposal to abolish legal rjghts rcraedles-as unfair and- unjust. An- CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE EFFECTIVE SUNDAY MAY 2nd, 1920. Trans-Canada, Limited will sumed, first train Bastbound from Medicine Hat, May 3rd, first train Westbound from Calgary, May 5th. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Eastbound Daily No. 68. or. 2.55k Dally ox. Sunday No. 16.55k Daily ex. Sunday No, 16.00k Westbound Dally, No. C7, ar. 3'36k Dally ex. Sunday No. I2.50k Dally ex. Sunday No. 13.10k ,From Juno 1st'trains C3 and will operate to ami from Cran. brool: which .will nfford a daylight service, dally ex. Sunday between Medicine Hat and Cranbrook. North via Aldenyde Dally, No. Iv. 644 ar. 2.50k. Dally ex. Sunday, No. B'37, Iv. 16.40k 63S, ar. 12.45k. To anrf From Coutts Dally ox. Sunday, No. 666, Iv. 0.30k 565, ar. 16.30k. To and From Cardslon Dally ex, Sunday, No. 64, Iv. 18.30k C3, ar. 11.20k. To and From Manyberrles Lv. Tues. and Krl.. and Sat., TRAINS 13 AND 14 BETWEEN MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL AND VANCOUVER BE RESUM ED MAY 31, 1933, For further Information apply t< any ticket agent, or J. K. Proctor District Passenger Asonl, Calgarj the and ;olh'er mombcT done Detenge ot thejKealm Act made, in comparison, acts ot.a ap'pear.dt those of. a1 gentleman. Tho .bill was intended to validate war-time acts and its import- shown by the -fact, that in default ot its passing the-state might ba.confronted wiib liabilities amount- ing to seven hundred million pounds. The .Times declares, it would be hard'to find in-the history of parlia- ment a piece of projected legislation equal lo it iu reactionary audacity. Exercises No Censorship of Press 7NDIANAPOUS, May es that Ihc International Typographl- al Union exercised a censorship "over ho newspaper columns of all except our newspapers In the United ore declared to be absolutely untrue y Walter Barrett, vlci-praeldent ot tie organization, here yesterday. "There have been a few attempts newspaper olrices of shop chapels 0 exercise a censorship, in keeping lit ot'-prlnt Btorlos unfavorable to organized labor." he said, "but in every a stance the typographical .union has iiipported the publisher." La Preferencia QUALITY Canada's Most Popular Cigar C.C.M. Prices Only Half Those of Twenty-Five Years Ago THE RESOURCES OF SPEECH (London Gladstone, though prone to idealistic Illusions, yet: possessed peculiar shrewdness which extri cated ;lilm from many an awkward predicament. His verbal adrollnes_s at llmss even irrtlalcd: sorno of hla own followers I don't so much onco said tho lalo Mr. the Grand Old 'Man always producing the aco of trumps from up his sleeve, but 1