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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAY run ucTiiuimKittr DAILY HERALD PAGE FIY1 m MAN SMS HE DOT Ml MMAKHEYIFHE (MiVESlOMAKMENIlY 1 out iu the l play-[ may have an opportunity of Eccine VOHT WILLIAM, Out.. May K( T.tal (be high of llv.ns and (he Impossibility ol the vrorker making bufflclenl utotiej lo guunntee Mm to- curlty fnjm want la Uity event ot aess and unemployment, ibe Irue causes of the prmnt Industrial u ti- re st, the opinion eipreJieil by the ol labor at lite mar Ding ol iho torn- in lei Ion on lodufitrJal reJalloni, Prod (Jardnar, representing iho btltenuakers, eomo niauie- JiiecL when ho decided thit he did not care wbal n uiau made loai aa got a Eqiiaro deal, adding: "I tnlghl Tva'nl to uiafcfl n Lit of money myself FOQIO day, and I would let A man mate money i.' ha makes It half decei.Uy." F. iwic, chairman u( Uie laboj- coin- mlEie'a ol (ha board of trade, was lhe first Vltness who volunteered teail- uiony, and: lie spoke of ILe conditions !n lha elevator It na largely a seasonable R.vhyK employment lute In iht and early in the spring, Itp told the thief Justice Hi at be had aomu dim- cully In securing good uifej, and had seen no slgus or unreal amanE .Ills cin'iiloyees. had been by (lie nrlJllrators nller ihc strike of last [nil. .The elevator owners m-ro not, lio said, organized, (n own busl ness he Irlod lo -AiIJusL work lo the capacity" o[ ihc men ongncetl and every chance lo Ilio rtiturned aoldttr Inaurance. o i (-cover ills ublKiy iu work while ja ihe Job. Totn Muoru pasted Uiy eta- r-ator niou tioi orgaulm a com- ulttee in order lo aierl H n'.rlke It Mr. I kilo al firm be litUe In their own Uui laid that cui-lt H scheme might' be onfaulied wilU rcTrrctii-u la tlioj whole1 Inhuslry. It wxruM require to have men oa the commit let-3 had bad some kitowledgcj of economic eub-1 Jpc'.e. I Tom'iloorti "hi Hial tvenl you I adiuH Hi a I capital would hare Co Bur-j render EOmdhlng." Mr. Holt: "Nothlrie could make cJpJml more Kccurc than ihu cooper- itlou of libor." I 11. Kratrley. niamger of the Cana- dian Car and Foundry Company, paid hi> WM handling ihc problem of em- ploying returned, joldlers lo (lie fall a- faction of the veleratiB' Aseoclitliin. lie iu shop with tton union men, lie bellftTtd that living tor much ot the un-. rest. tb.oiiuud men v as ted Utroiich htj ahops last yenr, and 10 Jiy he found a larje runnbtr of wanting Work, Tn' hi? ov.'Q sliop men made niora money while working'than Ins average. buL IL uiicertafn em- pkiyojenL lie thought ihat lhe filnto ahould take rare of a pension aytv- tera mid ubemiiolyn.ent and slcboesB The cotnluK o! (he allies to] "Kiddles In the nulnn." ihe Colonial llie ruined village, ami Ibc Elugliig ol micaEcmenl hive decided lo run on Illie .MurfirlllnlEe liy llie youngsters I nlhor ipt-clal tckool children'! mall- and Ihe oM pfoulc brought forth great! net: oa afternoon at 4.15 at of un Way 107 Kor Alberla Joints '.May ]3.--Tiie CaEBaudra, ivlth troops on board from (locked at this shortly before 1 o'clock tbli iiiorultiE. Two men for ihli dlslrlci disembark here and IhCMi lhe vessel will to Moutreal, I e, demobilized. I Morj From Siberia OTTAWA. -May IrauspaH Imprest of Japan, which sa'ki from! "ladlTostok on May d, mem-1 of the Canadian Siberian KiyeiJ-) ilonary forro on board, rjrubali.y lock at Vancouver on 3lay 24. The c.tsslCiillonB of tuoie on liotrj I by military dlitrlcia slows Id7 [or i Alterla. City Police Court Today 11 r. was found guLliy of j al totr ing his chtcKeus lo run, at large' and Ijecomo u nuisance In general and fined U-00 and costs. 1 A. R. McMaster H Ilic qn'cnlns of the house tortay. re- ferred to a slfltemcnL In the Financial Times, in cffct-t-sald thai Sir not oVnnient. Ilobert Uordeu lud cominunlcatttl willt the Dominion Iron and Cowl company lo advise tbem that they were not lo amalgamate with, the Scotia 55tcel Company. Furlber, 1L wai said that this action on the part ot Sir Robert Bnrden htd been autEcsted, i( 'J upon, hy llie British goy- --Mr. McUaster n-antert to know it if was true Llial lhe Urltlah Rovernnierit had taken tbls poittlou of advialnf Sir Jlohert should be done in Cauadian local aHalra. If thli nero (rue, ilr. asked how It .could be reconciled lonil pro- lealatlona of growth in nat- ionality mMtla'by members' of the IOTT Sir 'replying', il was-noL.at all 'likely tlmt.tua British The goveromtnt htd (afeen every possible step to down the reclasslficatlon or the aer .vice at the earliest pusilalo date.. reading iraa xlven to the approprliUUm bill. Str ThoniBi-White slated-thal he waa inlormed by'Lhe finance "deparl- ment IhaL the government could only horror under the bill. The reason Tor thla that it had over-borrowed on other blllt and this orer-TiOTTowlng" musl be deducted from Lhe total sums provided la (he pretent MM., It was probable lhal pfftUlpK (or [urther borravirigi would De-Introduced. The houie then wcnl Into on the reaolulton of the'ralnlater ot trade aod provides that patkniei or receptacles containing.hnman food or any nther manufactured or. iold In Canada, Bhall with covernuenl should hive taken a name and addraia of the'fllteri and step and .lhe Tlrlllsh government 'had noL-inlerferad In any wA.y In'matters of purely Dominion Jur- Isrtlellon. Fnrthennnre, Sir Thomai arldeil, it H'as not within his tuowletlga til a 1. (ho prime minister )iad recently commuiilcalctl'ln anyway with lhe Do- llie Scotfa Steel, compjnlcs regarding Lhe matter In Jtajor Andrews asked If the govern- ment had received any from.the AinalganiHtejl Vo3tal iti regard to a strike. wntjit conifTitii.i The -went roto.; OD Sir Tbomac i on He laid the the reiolutkm ni to ratify con firm the ordera-ln'-councll liad hecn peewd bj'the Borernciifrnt dur las the lie nld, .D revly to R. L RIciiardMB, tiaL !he pro hlfaltlcn peHod would aztenj: from 'the ornclardeclErfttlcra.qt tine, end o the war." Livestock CMIXiARV, May irere 65 Mr. Tlowoll -rend lelcgiams that jheafl of caUIe on OIB mark'et'thls mom l-- passed between the lposlmaslcr-gcn oral flDtl lhe accreinrr ol the Ama.ga- Tho Bt was ilclar of mated Postal. Workers. Issue In Lrlnghig clown of ihc civil aervlce classification. Llll. Mr.' Rowcil firtrioH thai Ihc possibility ot a Bympalhetlc. strike by posL office employees In eastern Cnnarla had been Inllmatetl. In Lhe governTiienL'a and prices vere well maintained Drain fed a teem went to JIG.OO foi cattle arerating 1350 poundi. Heavj rows la calves, to ?10. few. hogi. which came In OD vagoiia went at NEW view such an action would be wholly ferred, 115 3-4. YORK, RaleB: C. P. R. 167; United Slater Kteel, 101 S.S.'UnHeH Slates Sleel pre Helps ?uid Never Hurts! This is one of the vantages of Posttun over tea and coffee. is made of .wholesome cereals, and is caffeine- the finest beverages conceivable for the young as well as dd. and delicious! PeriDPiil Mention Mr. aud Mra. Charlea MIHer of Ml. vu Hot Sprlnjs, Idaho, are visitors ,be Jilr. and Fred SmltJr of Cardi- on are ID the city. la order thai every thlEd IQ the city MO BENEFIT: THEN- bin. Thli might bare lavrf Mr. 7. ,D. Muro of 722 tc only kiivvn of Writlrf to the pro- Plvetort. he "For over m I laffrretf llh ecicAA whlcli nnlblac ibic io cert. 1 cBlment -Irem thrrc dactori, h'nu me kul noae u( I htm were Able to cure mf. I Imteately Jrom the irr.UHoa aad I thootht I should never ftt re- lief. until day ft friend told ftboat and! ttarted Qf U right Prom the ry uppHcallpn bet- ter. ZinvBnk (he Irr- Bliirmore Mayor Vitilc Mr. A. Ucebf. mayor or hie Jtnl returned from (be east and ti ndlns a days in ibc clly belore returning to his home In Blairmore. i j Thanks Par Donation The lion. Knieli-. j iloulton, of Calgary, wishes to iliauk' .he pupils c! LolUbridge stliooi 'or Ihc contribution of 55 t-j Si, JJurrs- lan'.s Hostel Tor niindcd SuUlisrj imil received Ihruugb ilrs. J. I tke MTM. Oraduillr the fcegma (o And, with perseverance, Zim-Buk completely rid me of the disease." "lahould like to be to tell eczenu lo fttop experimenting with Buk. By ualnc tbli bttlm [n the tint place would uve needlcu tafterlng And ZsDvBak abAuld be IB every hone, not .only for tkln pimples, bai lor CDU. caJ for vblck It It will reduced price i ot j.jjort bt- Cordon j William Webster, ranchou Caiupbell, (Varies lier sr John Katherfne Holier. Helen vVcatbmby. George I JnrtqRy. .Master Thomas and others. .Seal salti opens TburaJay at ttrQiig and Jewelry rflorv. fifth Street South. IX Taylor directed, an "POLLYANHA.J- AT MAJISTIC SATURDAY Saturday ulgbt Is "Pallyanoa' ghi at the AUJeslJc theatre. You will MARY PICKFORD IN meet there all who have a reeling for! MILITARY the better tlifufcs of cfmracler and life. Tho i-rluclple ot happiness whli-li does not eat. llstlf away tu aelflsh- trill glov like a wild flower, ami none vrill be to poor Iu spirit Iba1. hc nball not of clad- own. with a feeling: thai hard lit- eral world li to longer ihorn. All the taudc and of toil ulll louHtntU lor thp evening liy the hand a of tuiugluatlre tymiiailiy. The ppirlt cr play will lead the way, aiul curling and snapping Ti-Jlh tSio Joy uf Dot eveu it sliadow o[ care can eel by lhe o( your heart. U will be a night at theatre that will cling to memory like Ivy and harrwi Hai DeLighVful Vthicle in rta Orckiaitra la AtMSdioce AUCTION SALE Wednesday Next May Itth ON THE PREMISES, 818 6tb AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT I O'CLOCK (HARP Frank Waddington FAVORED WITH FBQM THE OWNER, WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE "mil elferts nt.N'lXtt SUITH IN FOMBD OAK, und, Mary deello, comprislUE Buftet, Hound llon Table and SoL Cbilri In exceptionally mod condition; OROA.V. eicellenl lone. .Mahoflnr CESB; Hue Hue 11x12; FUMED OAK LOUXQB L'HAIR and ROCKER TO MATCH unliolit.red In iMther; two 'Grass Lounge Cnkln; Fumed'Oak Occasional Fumed Oak Jardlnere Stand; Oifc Fnmeil Hall Mlrro'r; Onk liiC Lamp; Hall Table; Be.utltul SOLID OAK DRE93ER. Bnu Trimmed Bed will Sorlnts ma O3TBHJ100R MaltreBs; White Bnamel Bed eompleic; Upholatcred Lounge; Oak gccre- lalre; Morris Chair; pair Heivj- Plush Curtains; 2 liumir Perfeclion Oil Stove; Side Tible; Kitchen Title; Kitchen ohaki: !diy Clock'J Carpenter Tools; Eiderdown Bed Qullla; Sheets