Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
jATfnDAY, iSrrnBmncE DAILT HERALD ECHBSENDU NOIESIO PEACE ELECTRICIANS OF U.S. TO STAGE NATION-WIDE STRIKE SPRINGFIELD. Ills. May vU ot the referendum rote oa (hfr lluE o: uatlon-wMe slrifce ot vlll repre- __ .1 Great nrilaln; Oil. OJieru. ot tSe VokoSsma Epoclc JJanS. irill lepre- Japan; M. Simon, ol tbe Indo- So President World Miuln'l For All .Al Once PARIS. lAaaorialed PrNtl In a fipopch at a dinner tonlfilit, Resident Wilson touched mi Ilic fut- ure rol? nl lo tbe development ol the order of tblngs. "Ons of the (Muss Ibat his dMurb- me in recent months." he fald, 'Is tbe unq.uali3cu uGyq that men havo entertained ol emancipation from the tilings which have hampered and opposed them. You can not. In human experience rush into tbe ligbt; you bave to go through tnllight into broadening day be fore noon comes and the lull situation w on (he landscape. musl sea to TORO-N'TO. May peeled, ot the international oT at noon today a general alriVe of ers ot trades all over Ontario. Labor uitit tletoU (bit Ihls meant Ibat ad- ditional nwUI workers will be ou alrlkft on MonOavL The conserilura in China consisted or British, Japanese, and Gcruian bankers, the Ger- mans we'd Jlussiaiis have now Waati Women U KMW of IB- tental WILSON WOULDNT MEET HUN LEADER 1 PARIS. May ron Brock dorft-Rantfeu, bead of the German Lo thp peace copgress al a private intemew oh Fiiday, but was'relttacii, according to L'lniranEJ EaaoLV'.-: PRUSSIANS APPEAR TO BE imperial and m a joiat pro- lo'saitera of prorincej thai; the government would do its ui- tnosL'to vard daceers (hreat- etalar.-thera aaid: ennmenitiiig.the ter- rrtorfalchaceej" proposed ID (be treaty erf eflcroatimentB are eniire.y Ihe principles soV by PrtSidcnt Bjnk, represen: France, il tbEl tboaa wb'o hope are not disap> and Thomas AV. Lamont Trill repre-' pointed, by.showing them tbo process tent tbs United Slates. I by whit-b tlie tope must be "the urocess of law. tho process ol i HsenlaHglerncut from the many .hlnss tliat tavc bound us In the past "The- development of international law will ba one of the things of nioN iDsequencc to man in luejjiture." The president concluded by saying: "In a sense the old International Is played oul. Tb'e future of man. klud depends ,mnre upon the relations of nations to one .anolher llian upon (lie separate aod selfish development of the uatlonal systems Tbo dinner was lhat o( Iho Inter national law society asaoclatlon, of which Sir Tnomas Barclay dent. and (tie United States gov- ernnieoi is Villine to have United Slates citizens lake the place they nl :he EOTorniaeDt'a re- In 1913- The chief object of Iho new oonser- imm vsill be to Cinance the ralbvays .Tf women couH- only EM Uw meds ot kllers Dr. Tyrrell tas ceired-from gritecul. women IQ pans ot the Vprld, him tor hrt wonderfut iriVwiUoti -Mihliig, ,Lb racdtciae bottle and took to tie'cansc of thalri trowDlt 95 iinmaiT (Us due to Eccuma In the .LarEe rlo ifne.'- Warm' M lir, ''preperly with the will of your Iruubles aril ptrtect. hnltb will wife is nitarally mboutjJ.arJog'' Ler -naiie ,sppetr'. lo ptbjia jei.is that olU -Tial tie' 'J, B.' Is hag done for her. It girea a new ol ]ile For years she laJ been doetorins for Constipation, -whicli became woire ea'tt year. using the 'J. B. L first about four yean ago >be has not been, sick a day, and has become "and, slrqng again Shhcid any Parana _ wish lits letter confirmed you are 'it liberty to, give my name In private." iTha "J. K- L; Cascade'. ia.tD Ir.-rtn- 4 Ion, perfected br Chia, A. tjr- rell, ol New. York, and bas donfc'more darlDg the -past 'few years to'rMtorc henlLb and lessen disease i.-jban all olhe-r means comoined. "J. B. L. Cascade" shavo aiwi eipltlned at the Red Cross Drug sUtes lhat a noAe tie; to Ihe entente al- Irt'Jrwiuefiiinff" that, new peace Ue'eiterad into and1 that Gcr AO priioaen 'of Var imiEediaieiy tbrougopnt ro'r irrangrd- e' SociallEVDeiDocraUc SOON IRIS, ilaTilP.TrThe. German csbi Some Tarn of But Public Sympalhatic I LOXDO.V, May Asso- ciated home secretary, niiile admitting Ule police had'a legitl- aiale erierance. -was very emppatic in assuring tie iouse" of commons last night liisi'no official recognition would oa eiteaded lo tlie London Po- lice Trades Union. Little doubt 1s. however, expressed that ibe cabinet is consi'derablv .liaeasv about the unrKt in'ilia London police', force. is ElatedMJiat' Sir. Neville TJac- see Pre- mier Uoyd Gepfsc. a remartiWe prd- 1 STRIKE WORKERS IN ONTARIO FAVORED IN'PEE To Back Up Demands of Iht Metal PLtADS NOT GUILTY MONTKEAli, Max V. J. oUciuln not guilt} bt'foi'u iiflge OUSSQU In the enqurUe court frttenUy to Vliiirgfts of having Mild aaaea and uttc-rinx forced documents In iht of ac onsrrlpt named Eiulle ;aull. Afier InltrMllng testi- mony liad keen the CRW JouriitJ neil WIN9 DIMY Kv.. Msy I'J.-Sir narlou ibe 2.09 <4. Cit" wnppfd In Tin foil, The Terrible Tortures of Eczema W1XNIPHG. Slay lO.-Oi'ganiied Wbor in seems 1o JIB strong y in at a ceaerat strike. Labor leaders elated today thai (he opinion tiie uiiloiia was ibal the de- mands of Trades' Ktilora- tion slioulO be granlwl. Ernest Itobln- eon, Fetreterr of llie Trades and tabor Council, said: it an'overtrJiclmlng vole tn favor of the general Elrlhe." .Metal (rude unions officials an- nounced that U had been (U'cHeil to abide by the ruling ot tlie railway boaril which meets m 'Montreal Man- r to consider Ihe demands of Iha railway machinists anil shopmen. U was stated Uiat the contract shop- owners bad been to similarly acquiesce, but had Football Prictlci Soutij l.fcthhridee United will prac- ticie on Monday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. 'Players kindly meet In their clubrooms. -Sorttm Tiulsh you It SAN-TRO-PAS WIL nkiolutcly Biwrantee this or money rehmi SAN SANTROPAS PAS VMS, aot.ff. MASTS wnn. Prevents Pioud Flesh. San-lro-pac hoal thort, orter- You frni id bii ihe Greatest ITealioK Compound YOU avar uwd. Test our This Is a peraonal sltteminl ot D. A. Blckzll, OenerolSoereiarj' I-elhbrUne Y.M.O.A. Ask i'our 'for 11 SO cents. Sold Lj all Drueslsta. SAN4-RO-PAS MFG. CO., J.TD., LETHBR1DGE slater. The pelBC n'BS sai for May. in rlaw fact Ibat Ihe net cornel upon the word- Germany -will pre- t wltiio'qt to .Ibe allies, ac- cordmg to'i Zririch fllspalcb. le.'-'U added, may 1 Y JtJBook Co.. Lid., "Ask for; Booklet ciplafning all about In- .teraal Balbing It.has done for-niters. It is 1 PARIS. -May reacned the olted .Stales, ptace that a co'uner'sen.t 'through Norway In an endeavor 'Co reach MOECOTT, there to lay the.details of .he plan for allied food- relief .hifdre- the eoviet govem- completed, his. trip. All et- forls to'.cqmmnrilcAle the plans of EoVerament by telegraph and. have thus lar Called, and llie cpan'er If Relieved Jo bare brought Vome secrelary is responsible to.par-, liamcnl for police mattefE. Beverai thousand London police i i demonstration lo-TYafaljar Square Jundar- Tbe proceedings, which were quite orderly.-Trere.Valcheci br the lome secretary and the police com- aUsioner. The police talk of bar- jarons l.o certain members, but the police cjiief der.lares some. men. have; been' dismissed tor leaving patrols'at irfght and others for defjlni all aalliorlty: So far there has'Sepn no open.talk of anolher general slrite. such'as laai August. There was considerable sym- pathy then for.men who wers Jhade- quately paid, in of-the high eosi of living. Even now the pay nona too gooil, hul if Ihere Is anoiber sur- dwi general revolt. It-1s cxtromely If the public, will tllend TORONTO, -Jfay Vrank McCul lough, the condemned murdenl-, whi escaped from Toronlo jail" on Ihi olsht ot April ]6 and recaplurea yrill rot be ualil Juno 13, Sheriff date of Ihe T. c. Hobineflt, counsel lor McOullbugb, accompanied coa- demhed map's spiritual advisor, Rev, II. B. Xells'.'VllV'ip If Oilavra next iveet'lo any -means -lie death sentence can -be commuted. Jt la probable a ccisin'Jts- tio'n'o! lie death tentencs will 05 cir- culated. lielr sympathy before. The or- ganizers' function will certainly keep the questicn v'. alive. This, of course, every police lorce In Ibe country, so iheT unrest amone the Ihroughbnt Englanii; is like1 ly to 'remain general. Musicians, Notice Special meeting wiil tie held in Ibe Ihe'lirJt Inforniiijon o[ the allies' in- temple, Dominion Block, Siin- 1-' caCde other Uye atoch; and on rose bushe.i. etc- At In cam. BQQldBt TOEK, CQUGHJ1 COUGHERT! Cootfitfg Ducue't SHILOH autharilles. day -AT H E- THE LADIES OF. ST. WILL IE AT HOME ,J IN ST. SCHOOL, MOUTH LETKBRIDOI 14th AT Examine Our NEW MODELS HUDSON SUPER 'S1X- 7i puMvcr Touring Car HUDSON ESSEX SUPER FOUR- i 58 kp.; SpuMnetr Touring Car I-...J2295 Prices l.o.b. Lcthbn'dge. GARAGE Pyorrhoea that Dread Disease of the Teeth H1TIIBHTO nrorrliocz looked upon nn oflly by the re- moval o( Ihe (oolii or teeth attccl. cd and while sucli la still Ihe case In advanced stages o( Ihla Inilduous dis- ease, pyorrhoea It taken in Omc IS cur- ahlc treslmPnl much 1C33 drastic and Iho tooth or teeth CAN be aareil. V.'c have mode a parttc'lilar sltldj of IhlA situation and today In our rllffcrcnt orrlcea arc .Ucat' 'many altodtod Pyorrhoea la Indicated by receding guma whfch hlecil easily and niji ot the teeth. Tf you havo thoac Hymptoms tie- lay your visit lo ultr oldces. Dentiitrr As We Practise It Ii a Gentle Art Drs, Brunei1, Richards Nelton Hifli Grade AmeriaB Dentistry PHONE, 363 Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Letlibridge Hotel, Lrtlibndge LETHBRIDOe, AtB'tRTA CAtOAPY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CHI3TALL BLOCK. FLORENCE AUTOMATIC? OIL COOK STOVES HAVE a coot tcHchen thU yonrself the labor of attending to coal 'or V wood the cheipot of. And don't totter with wicks or alow hcatam barriers. Let ui chow JTJU fine rook itove in actual operation, i "Full Jntormitloa the riprciioe. Oil Stoves will' sent. Tree to aiiy .iddress upon request to branch .bllicc. 'And house cleaning is on in full Our carpet cleaning, plant Is making a record foVjlself, We call and get ancl return them to you LOOKING LIKE No man in the way around your an'd after he beats your carpels a halj day they are still dusty. Give us a trial orHer and you will b< pleased. Our and Lethbridge Laundry Co., LIMITED PHONE 451'