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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta lite' Wired th� Ottawa authoiiUea that strike t!>itttat|on ia precarioDs. He iirgeiai that Senator Robertaon, miniH-W ia^or, >be aer/. to Winnipeg im-ttfee^ opening of restaurants and tin or^iaa-tlon 01 i>read and milk depots to prevent undue Buttering. They an-ilouuced that tb�y had causM all the newspapers t� )>e shut down, and aid: "There wlU lie no more newspapers until we decide. We know the latfect that a newapaper has in mould-iqg pubHc ot*inion and that in the past such opinion has been moulded against our class. Wa realize that had we left the press open it would have taken advantager of the hard situation hr trying to show the public tkat the strikers were weakening in tbelr porition hy opening food depots. W9f want oie civic muthorlties to. reaUie that there is no ind'tcation cn onr part of wealcening. "Wit intend JiO keep the strike in efftet, hat we are also willing to'do anything toward eUminatisg imdae liardship." R. a Russell, bead oC the madiin-ista' union, acted ^as spokesman for the delegatiott. In t^er to sspplx, tiict whtelt reinaineii 'closed or 10 o'clock this morning, for business after the proprlelofi had ascertained from the union leaders t^at �ilch action was shtlBtactory at tills time. "Placards announcing this special arrangement appeared in many shop windows. � Tb^ rusl^ of citisens to purchase foodstof^s continued this xnaming. Stores ..are rery well stocked.'^rlth the exci^tioit. of the smaller ones In the residential districts., and it seems likely.tiiat all demands can be mat for son&e. time to come. Thar* is a specially heavy demand tor tinned products of .eVtiry description. . �\ A large supply of bread was Itaked during last hi^t, and housawtres are carryihig large packages of it home. ^Afllk is heing called for at Ute various dairies .and so tar there have been no reports of sutfering through lack-of it. PeriAahlet goods stranded at the Ddminion>Bxpress sfaeda were Jiooked after as t�r as possible i>y^e,manager wltli tiil> aid of his oftic* statt, as was tii� iHlse %t the Canadian Pacific AailiMBT treitfit sheds. Batter, eg��, milki:^9onKry and meat w�r� the principal Items. . 6m l^nd Light Centinuaa Street MHanay torficiala tfaila attei^ Winning. fdl,iand tb^y. exprwuwl tbe htAitt �nPPly � neceaaary Mta-help lham iommlttac, auw; the lOtMent senrloe could b� con- Mlves. and have tv^ on recoi;d as A -J.!.- !v^-ta.a.:vj^-j-i-M . .' #kff*ft-in� fn 4in The j^lioe' com- noon anncMU^ced that their etforta to di�depot8 4�read7rtllhavefoto���tM mainatili i�rriiM of gas and. elaetric,, . . ^ i. . t a� one or iewril of the large mann-i*fa�MBtJarh*dph)ven antiNly anaesiaa-^� �TW�_.dhe J^alm plants to be vmM (or mal^ ttva'aeed- bMmt iilac� In' ^aie .city today ^^Ute �& aovplr. the onus wiU-lte^j^iqB^ tiie .(4t]rlji�}L ^s^cantn *Kf aai-aM^' aa possible'and to pilf taR'aaMh ihicon* venieat places. A|ndi|: baU Ot the staff of thi^ealthBttSii^finu'ia at work. For. the mosti^Sairt �nly emer-gency,,call8 are haUBIed; - � i. ^. Airoftar to provide extra-jwlicemen from the citisens' committee �[id -with the cooperation oC^trlkers/has heen i rejected by the strike committee. The police comml.qslon is in daily., session i�nd tjie latest preparation wiis ,for the extra men to t>a-supplied Mnn three aources'. One third was to cojn6~ii>li�W ageM pt thd?^yb�l)KUonera' Un^pn, was amignwl tfi^lce court ti&ti^ with diaorder^y conduct; Frank'^Wln' ters, a trfkkr..aodr A. A. RJley, manager o( the Oiuda Bread mpaby. were alia MM'ate^.. The acUon toli lowed  dispute' ttetween plckeU ihd Manncvr lUIer^ 'All were remkaded itor one. waak. i Picketing atao multed in minor clashfM fn;s�V�ral'^rts of the fa�A4HryJi|in strikers cranted k lltUe distitrti^o^; but the Dollce found it neoa^avry to m^e no. .vc^ rests. At tlie OentMt -I^ire Hall, Stfik' ittgfirenwn tried tre ona.aiit"~we bnUt ahny the same liiM^as the MB in iheir dtaJnat aa S^ikalaifar. 7 - itamam the Ilia tMliiiliils .... -um^m^: -~toife��7linda*. Thanwadaa^nsdtlM]____ atisd mka 10 trice the amwifom the cyUoder and . Ittotheatmwnck. Kaaoh-nwiegmtt^ul^^ �tsa^cvan flmst^ atc^, ntaUag cboUag faJa smw; Hi^ J tbStt l��t th�hrt�w>pen-tafc� it^beat tt ftom'ba^^^ k Xaa�^t-^coB9t�iiMpaiatioaaadnow " Ttan, to ^a cart tba Inciaaaed capac'hy duaiiB'thwa invantiana and to n^ the Idaal do a pcifactiab: of clean-ing, we futia astm chaBer area.- The chaf^ja tlia clean* ing ahoe, with the adjoatabls aisva and oar afidsl qrstetn of wind ccBtraH cnaraatcc a perfect job of �(�aning.wit)tr dut sraMc. Jtsaalt-the kind of claaniag ^t gats ."no. ' rt|)ilnti"iinii iTiiailTr ' Snch coaatnetioaabewswby Jlb� smaJt 22 a 3i, will ... ' ijpadla ap t^ fOO boahsls of wheat in a day'k raa-r. \ .||il^^;�'a^apto^etaire the situation could be termed settled. � _ .. \'.' ' Prominent am^ong the-cause's of Unrest, accordin^to the labor n^en^^ore;, the konrecognition of tiie nni May 15.-(PAnch. wlrelesii servJcey'-^ Preparations- are being madA by the all-Russian' gov6ni&ent:l lit Qiiisk to begin w advance oa Mos-tjow; Admiral K:ol;^usala will then be interrupted and the Nora .riviir distinct left unprotected. 'v.. atJon of>^in&rs, notwlthstan^w'the ed^he 4>arn in the memini^. IndustrtafUnCon of Mine and fimelteO)' �i''^- ' ' -� � -^ Workers, with whionds, now thfllre are over IT.OOOiOOO. In tUe United States the number has Increased froni' 300?M0'to nearly 3O;5O0,OO0, In CanadS' the holdei^ of Dominjon government secuHtles have, in four yfcars, bee^ invreksed from a few thousands to away over l.OOO.OOO-, ^rougb the sale of War Savings Stamps, which coat lHit44 and a few cents, tens of tfaodsands of persons of all-ages in Canada are 4>eing added to tha^olders of ii � >� � i ; The hon^e of^art Sctfaffner .& Marx clothes � ' > � ' , ' .^;;10%-^ff to Returned Men~10% Mineral salts play an important part in  tisdue building IKeyV^ found In abundanca in the delicious iM>aat and bartt/ fdo^ 1 No. 1 BEEF "or tonforrow. ^It's N^mher }ne b�:use Ve raised it ourselves and killed it ourselvftt;. you canVget better berif. ^ Yo\ing, t^eiii^r and jost ridit, Th^ywill^ke a dkndy Sui^y dinner. We recommend them a& very choice. , * . X of the''vei:'y best quality-fre�h, pure and cHtirely high grade;, selling it *  "**�� ' � � - � a_; 55c per lb. S LIMITED ;