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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fi!r�r^liliirOrd6rl)r But Np Hint otGiyiag In On Either Side ;BBIKG PUBLISHED mam and .tterNtyptn have gona pHi'a,trJke. T -'^�i NWpapar�,Up Afalnat It / (ten�i�l atrlke, flkid as a retaltpXl Qir4e Winnipeg i^Uy iiewspapem undoubted' ly will ttb obMsed to^ihnipXid piAUca-tlon. XBta strike committee, ia con-ildeflBs the adTitebUlty of pCrmittins the taboi'. wewB,' a weeUr labor or^ san, to.contlgue to pnbUait. , \ AVINN|P^, May'ie.-Win^ipecVn-teretl the jiecond day,of the^ataeral trlke,, called invaympatby wTtli the bttUaiiiK ti'adiss and metal WorKers. without disorder 6t any'kind heinx Mported i^d-idth the addition to the rank�.4iif tlfdatrikerfl o]! the tets^hone ' operators atd ; telephpne electrical -wrork^ra^ Thl^ is isome talk'ot other uniona ;walWn|riout;tod^. 'i The veb pressmen am to takei anottaef vote to deierinlne thehr attitude tbiat mom- iing an'd-^itie result nvlll indicate wheth* er Winnipeg lis to have daily news We are on the \vn?Ni?Ba'Mar i8.-ArrmeetinilB^ your knecs are on our stomachs and your thumbs keldUhia morning the atereotypera andT!_----------- � vrt/b presamati.^decided to. Join the m our eyes. Million to Provinces IXi Nfext Ten years For Teichni^al Eductation Fliers ]flcl> d� Tliuraday'g RcpoH That Yianit Pilots Started Trans-Atlantic FIfJfit False Will riakexanother attempt during day ? o--  ? �      WILL TRV TO KEEP AMERICAN COAL alarm?. � � ., . lan'XSriMft:Robinson, ; (gif.'iilie atrlke^ cpmmtttee; secrer VThera is abdmuHy i , Aaide troinihe telephone emptoyeea"! Btrike, there is little new in the Situation/ Water; gas ^and. electric light plants are BtUl In operation. > BreaoMs 'being baked in nearly all of this 4�akei?lea: and it ip'-'being eager-ly/6nfitched. up aa it appears in the etores, Milk deppts have been oe-tsbllshad .at the various plants, and bo far it haa tteen possible to supply, the Vaterana Approve Slrlka : Neither the atriklng forces nor the employefa ihld made any jnibllc move to I0$fy this morning and'the, altua-tion i> Mferred to as ad..aiTtlg)it;, deadstock. The prtBCipal development of the last ?4 hbura was the formal ap^ prpval of the tstHke; by' the returiK�d veterans sur-wlkl^g^y attendt^d/inaaa meetinCfbeldlaat night. ; ' Estimates of the workers out on strike" are as lligh as 30,000.� V It Is stated. tUit tha^tilvio clerka^of St. Boniface, Ar'lUbu^b, are prepartng to follow the jeat^mple of those to. U>fi. neigbborlnt .piuiiieipallty t>{ -^iwln^-'b9ia,/n^er8 the clerks and firemen , have gong on Itrike. At the latter plabe voimlteers,;4t js declared, have iheeu e^ga^ed ^ fill the places vacated., � � ' � ';� � Ho^el guests are much Inconvenir Snce'd toy'the 8trl)(e Of the vrorkers in tese arid Mttdte^ establlshitiehts, and It' is a case .�ti^omen and children tirst. -The meuTVere * olAlg^d \moreJ or less to Idok after ihemaelvea, even in the .Rafalr Alexandra and the Fl^rt a�rry. Fo^tunafely, howeyai;, a lar�e4 number of tl^' small reatauranta have contrived HO' keep open. All dinuHC-rooma in the, |ari^�ri\eRtalUB}tm�Bta'MBlose^L a . j , , >Tha: strtkevieaaimlttee -made a !Coni�we^^;i^nuUn at ifork. No reason injs 7ri Canada...... . '� '��"'.'M>^*. (3) TAt ttotlng #nd tion in tor Ihe- tiroprf�S�4 ment oaf of. fund et danadiK' yeaii;torU>e 'of pro-I educa-ifoWtng. sums, tie ap- ^^rerenue [Vfweli fiscal Bj^egiar fll . *  WILL HANG PHINCE !  4> ^ ALBERT MURDERERS, �  yKlN'CBAI..BBRT,i^a8k.,May * ^ 15J-^Dr. Joseph Gervais, Victor  * ? -i"� Miners Strike Disttict 18 Imminent; Local Unions Are Strong in Favor of Action :Nrid., May ie.- and probably another ti-to take the leg of their by way of the ^j�verhauled the ii fiare last, and It: w�a ;ularob SI, lMt;j| (D): DiA-m# March 31, 1023.^ (E): During March 31; 1024, ehditig Wio; ending i,600. teding 1 ytiir Mi^IfiS au#iitcfl;b6b,Q0d. |ie Jlabat yMw eijdbiK: .....__________i'li' attftr �ff�aop.OOo7 abd the like suQ\t�t:'^rlOO;'^�^ fltig-March')!, mi.  Such sums aubiect,'to-the:o^iUons of the proposed ;tegi*latibaahall be allowed,and shall- be pa(d Quarterly as grants to the govenm'ehta of the several provinces 14 proportion to the papulation of tha>>'said plrovlnces respectively, as the, last Dominion cen�uaI-A ., ' 'f- , ^): � That th^L^fraiitipayable to any Pjcovince in any jriar thfii not exceei*^ l^e amount providedJti^'each province bX-the/oregol&�, ttjot^jtiiaU it exceed aH amount equlvaleec td thi(t ;at 'the pro; vifihial govejpitieBtHhall: expend 'on iSbhntcal edueajilm ^lejj^fn: ataoh year. ^ (1): .That in-di)t�m9jikthe grant Lpayable anx^ ptomoe. mually, nti "aiScount ^h�ltip^tpence wlll--hdd its fij'sf form'^'^'isession in'' Maasey Haii* v , , / Avout 160 d^egates, represent-. ing^SO nationa^,- will he in attendance. 1 The conf^fence, which l> under i the Joints auspices 'Ot the . Anti-Saloon. League ct America and the Counisll of the Domipiaoi- . J^Uiance, has a program extehdi^' over several-weeks/and the dele- . > gates -will-visit, Varlolia cities .in Canada^and "Uie United SUtes* meeting at WAahington on June4.>, Th* purpbise of thef conferenclaM today. DWn't .Kaiblita pirlaible i^-ST. JO�N8. Nfia.. May 18.-f2.3� p.m.)-^The destrtftFfer Ed^^-ards has returned to-port.. .There was no.sigo^j of the dlH[|(tble: CS^bn her deck. > opium andoooaine, the govern- 4> tttlnistei; of: trade abd com'^ ^ ^ meroe. The .profilbition applies ^ ^ to oocaiue and its dry salts and 4> ^ preparations, and to opium al-'rS>  kaloidis, and their salts and .  preparatiohi.  * � � ^ >  � * �>>? fitates cruiaer the .daatrQyer Olrftfl^le.CS, fae^ miooi-lnga ^atm last titi oU' her; lR,tow. Resoiution Introduced in House By Hon. Mr, Calder- Divide Pro Rata ;o reporte tiiatvi s aecnrad' .th^ okp �.my; |rom , a,� violent inlnd-at aaidnJlAti^^^nd witti,th�.wii^p g Is ttld Ipaye lanttie... � m FIGHT UiFTHiE -� xs'. (Special to the Herald)-viFBRNlEi May 15.-i-The trial - of '{.Abrlleno, chargBd with having stolen jlropdrQr in his posBe8sfon,^kn�ywing it xO":!'\ie '.Stolen, was concluded tpday; ^es^. at the clo!^ of *i. long cross-eyaiDlnation ot ilie accused by A. JMlj^cn^lll, prosecuWng attorney, and llMT iHigumentB Ui�;^i^ts shall be VOLIINttilfbuiifiiribil Alberta. Retu�>^d BhldMr ciiinmis-sion at C*l|�ry^*W�es .1liltt%# tol-, W. DicUe; nouscaita l^eoii is daclared that 4t . , ............'pfcSli Are seri>p^sIyyCon^|^a*plI^� .ilfd fc^^^ u � . � Joining the gendraj strikit-during XBiK^^^'.^T^f'J^ul .-n�.i the:W6rlt|ri� to-bVaffoct /^^WI"!ff(Vj ' VAicU.^dtoplw^m^clMM^iyfci!' aU Iron^iVorks, 14 ordbr ^b.'kitep'^e fo pfclde ^ir m )NTRBAT-. May le.-rThe Gana-: dian PtKsific Ocean Steamship iidHv' Scotian, >r;th 88 officers and 1394 other ranks on board, docked ^evfi this momiug. . .'ii^K. ' Orduna With 1100 .  1 j vHAWFAX, N.8., .Ma^�:-The.'n% Cunard - liner Orduna. built jbst 4iht�m ihti war, docked last night wlta:U.190 soldiers, coMisting otv detail^ ~iS6r.: at niopt. every/dispersaJ area^n \Qw The''.westjern train g*ot away tJM| others-followed inHiie than aft for'^eaatem points. Among/(i|�e tary men were three Scottish- blStii of the Royal Air Seslvlce, who? ib^en In the war tronil,thp.first came through unscathed: ^: ^'Now they are taWng six jqontbs' leave, which will be aplbat in the Vhit-c4-States and Canada. \- , Among tlte civii^lan pasaengers ry^a tivp MarQUls, of i-iinlithgow, - f ^prduna ,left, fhr, :^w.^;=|9r)c; t;b'r|i. Bfirwick as gaooer Dug HiRuelf and Mi>n ,Out of a . Tiglit Cottier ' r.(Froin 0\ir iiwn Cnr.Fj!Sunndent>, y -'BBLLE^^UE, Alta., May 13.-^ Thsre. rrrivdd in-qauip on Fitday last from thri front; Acting Corporal Jack Bar-wlolt, one of the first and the only D. C.^M.^an to come tovtbe camp of Bij^I^vue. Corp. Barwiclc; enlisted with thOi 192nd of Blairmore with IiiifiUtrCol. H. liyons. Hb s^w, consld-brable service at the frojut a*> sapper .itUdit was while engaged 4b a sapper >t|*t he earned his coyd cut TX>MDbN, Ar4jr6.f^Sarious fighting ibet)i!�en. Serbiapa. iMid Groatiana at Agram, -the (jroatlaa capital, is reported. In a Vi'enM dispfitch - tonight to the �x6hange Telegraph Gompany., Many of the com^atancs are'^eaid to have ibeen kiUed;' ;?> SonnHio RaaponMble ROMB, -May 16.-The Osserv^tore Romano! i;t an article, apparently inspired by the Vaticant says that Baron Sonninti, -the Italian foreign ministen-, is citlefiy responathle for t^. ^a-vity of the situattonr^ oyer the- Adriatic question^ because he waa the author of the pact ot li>|idon, which assigned Fiume 10 Croatia!,' v ' "Ifis iio,t trftc." says the newspaper, "Uiat"Russte dbhu^Hue-tbat Flume tib reserved for Seopla^v-iut 'even if-that was .Bo,-;.8onuina',^a-;ii^�4latera PABJS, Jtll^ildiiTTKeeotiatibna pendv ling for the adJtfatitlAt'orUeAdriaUc con1,roye'8y, �imts Cerman peace treaty, it /leveloped today, contains a clause whloh has not yet been made public providing that ratification by Germany and three of the principal associated f powers will bring the treaty into I force between, the ratifying parties* enabling the immediate ne-sumption of trade. As the result of eonfsreneea among the representatives- of the powers, which Wire being continued tdday, the text of the German treatjr will be made pubiib by installments. tt IS reported that the financial �fi ment will be released tonight. SIGN T0rR*;i8H TREATY _ ______- IN easternIcity paris,^ May 16.-It Is quite probable that the Turklah and Bulgarian psaee treatise will be >, negotiated and signed In Con- v ^ stantinopfie, SaienikI or some f other convenietit city In the Near East, according to Router's Parl� -offlee. PEREMPTORY ANfeWER QN SAAR BASIN PROTEST PARIS, .May 16.-(Havas)- a " peremptory answer to the German note rdBlstering objections to the treS|ty arraA^ments for the left bapk'of the Rhine and thM Saar ' valley has b^n drafted by the> special commiaalon on Harrltorial affair^, presided over by  Andre ; Tardiejj, it was reported, thia morning. " .. �': GREECE to ADMiNI,STEII THE CITY OF SMYRNA li, ^ - -P/il^lS, May ie.-An extafl^ya' .J,,? ailledi naval aOneentaatldtt,Jl^^f "-^ bsen-beaun at �fiyrna|;'tn e6n�aci^\i*J;^ ttoh>yitni� M^iiil^ate t&.'Ol^ee^--to !Jeam from local um^on'ioiHciiCls. if a strike is precipitated itt^thig^ v Alberta ^id Elistern B. c: field Tlie men will fendeavorto se\aafe tlie co-operation 01^ .'doclimen,| railwaymen. ' leainstei:^ ^f'^ others in Manitoba/and Saskat-^ cliewan.and at the head^of the Lakes for the purposes of .pd^ciiig an^ effectual embitrgo oor ^l?; S; "American coal .coming:inib X^'^estern danadaj unh:itni>cred, lias helped to beat us If this sti'ike comes orf Mill f^eifij th^t it doesn't l>ol%:ift jthis time." . V - ...S^,'^.. ' : -YCOiElElf -mm Bfedical' Men in Hijkuse D^clai-f s '.They Are Menace-Railway .. QnegtiovB ^ Answered * ; ?  > > 4>S �  �  i� liBelgian capita^ in an airplane 9> today for England. 4-&ineterdam on July ^jolaiia ^/ -V' ^ A>dlspatch from Bemejaairs tUat'th? Germans are wst acflva urging i - ----,---f:^; that an lmm"edlate conference ot the'i?*"* "T?'', international Socialists be caltod to meet �c Lucerne. t|i9m pff from tbe outsldb^^r^ofp. Bar-wj^l( looks very -n'ell 'vkft^r^^'Sir three y^ra>pr thereabout, in;J^tice. ^jrpseph E:iiiabifeiwh9' enlisted the^ttiljfid and h** spent'ihree rs^ln J'rance. arrlTad-. borne, this fTjMflf.^Hnd was m^t at thb station by a tfwge 'jdnmber of irienaa whp^ escorted '.him to his home;. > iMMii, t, mimy 'Rot die BaM# '�rbU^wt'fl)iia tM> ^ours after dbckiqg. ' Jby Included lir-those'�n vnt-i Nttr^Ui^ Bister ISl. Saunders; VI - -SAItONlKI, May '16.-=WEh^ military governor of Salonikl ba�4BBUBd>st^te' I>i4at8'>'�nnounoittg tbe Heii^ in -var-took disiivtou ot O0rjiiai�i!�jrfi9i�lat.and. aSldieia and roanv" Bid|�rian8 -weaiv i^g 4he Julian mUto^l^ta^AK, eftm;^ orm and tra�8pojh^jBip.|^l(j|yi} Duitug the'^*li tag dayb'were dn 'aimb�^ 'Vfekly . occurr^ce. Since, the Armistice th�e haye beea,j^er^ fe,w. , Howeverrtomor- ' rowv Sl^\}rAs^y, thj;'t'Ocai .^douncll. of W�m|ia are b^bldllng ^tag d�y -,for th> i>]orPj)e�.,'pil raising j�oney to 6onduc}.-thev'lnUk st^Uou la' ponnacli^n Nulling, Mia*'' 6i(ip-..�|eli|- ;9dea^Sffliiar ;to ^ f4f t^e qaua^ ana-ftivo B^Ilt�]X-^uto trucka w^ta^ao fMte^i 'MidM 's ysiu'lt^'la ' uaett||biess >e' needed 4 'it It ran. be securJ9..'-''lpifV-�iC^ { babies weresupprf^d ' wtlHtnUS*;; -fr()m the tallk statlbdtest j^ear," about $>0J) boln�r tfpent??*|ri^,lb^>' dairies tbr milk alone. ,';;EvjBrvit^^ cent of the money' ' � urday wilt, g05^for work; In. thb- City -j^d wlll'be apbut lo Th^iivM ot l-eth are predoM. They gj^aw^t Mset. T babies lairsubjea mg, mission ip teach, and throu|(U: . miH^tatiqH a toiTttteir wee'on ,,'real'6bjeill to^amppd->the;pres'ent/;,l,� Medlcin{ips act was: uifder considera '' '-'^ tion.  e��efan^4i>Canf,ii adlaoi mothers^ wpefe^^are pi ^the cwk^p'' stK-o^ts of aomeiuCthee9;:m!$et]ciii:6�>)if:, they woulld tfot think 'of givinif them.$l to their children,".' , , Dr. Beiand . then move,____....., .. ment tp' prohibit./the aal^.of.auf^i pat"''^i ent me^icl>}es>. for ^^^^ children uni^Sr; 15 jfears o? .age. Dis-; cuaslon whibh followed fa.v8red'  tb e � , , amepdment, but wxuld have it go;fu^>; th^t, , , - � , ' who.r of'^the" bill, suggeSie'd-; ment .ftahd- over for? TUli course w(s adopted iikpdrt. , mlltee reported vprogrQS8\4m. the '%Uf^ In the cqurae: ot the. debate M^ibl^ Dbfe^ved that the "had all'^e earmarks ditja/CDn transact'On^bandv he .wanted to' who;*.^.fatti^g|f th^*, � T. H.'^^r9^�l^fGWirbpro,,M>, ib8,^,o;qi^(Ml^%!^J^iuiaBga^d tp tOii J4iNj. vkuip inrovidifil i ^jRelt[ning lb '1/4 tioualise ^Oaohdlgn ;