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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 16,1919 THE LETHBRIOG^ DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE OTTAWA, M*y 18.-T^e �trlke at *Jth tetMa taken ir the other "WlnnlpeK was brought up Immediately � Plwee*. the house opened thJs afternoon. Mr. Oasiraln aeked what steps the gov eroment wt.� going to tiAe it) view of the ^UBual circumstances and what was going ' " am "the goTemment su(4t aotfOD on tne to future to prevent a reoccurrence of such strtkes. "I remem intimidate the other he doh�""ln 'll'l^im^ofMl'Wh0:�T�9tm faithful t* the be done In the|py,^j^ seniofc^: The government is stata^lng alifOltttely behind all the emiplor�M-: dlltie* 4n perfocming their (rice ot~ the ^ovem- T:.^- '9.*''^*'"' 15"rh>in. went Dn.i^bnt and In tha adiitinlstratlon of the "the military foreea were called oo Mr. Casgraitr-wiM ^ler? calledv to order by ibe.j}#put^ speaker. . ] The deputy^eJtker ruled that Mr. j qlinadton'owei^ were poat oliice at WKaBipagvt the present time." * . F: �. Gabill remarked tliat he understood a number of employees of the Casg.r8inwOTWr(r�rlnaaklhg�ciues.'ft^ on strike and asked if the mln- tlon, but �ib�bl�{�ty'oilt of.'order in referring to arijitblftf ^els^. Replying to' tni. qucBtion. Hon. A. K. MacL*an saldV - . "The minisler;iqi l^bo;r:ha.s tooen ^ i,, , closely Hn touch wltli the, situation atj at Winnipeg. Winnipeg during t;h^ past TO days and lie is being advisefd froifi motne/nt to moment. He Is, reaay �.t all times to do anything he ciin in the circumstances." - ister of railways hnd any Information., Dr. Held, ralalster of railways, replied that he had received no infoima-tion ^ the effect from the officials Police Ineraaaat Granted The resolution t)o give" statutory {Tight to give increases in pay grant-led to the R, N.- W. M. P. by orders-J. A. Robb, Huntingdon,, asked if' In-wnncil laat year was passed, the post office authorities had any Mr. Bowel! staled that the in-statemeni to make ,in fegard to the oriase of pay fora constiible was from disturbance In the postal -service at $1.25/ a day Hio $1-76. -.He said, in^i WInnlppg. .r-.' ; anaw�p/t6 Dr. Thopip8on,-tbat the pay Hon. Mr. Howell; "The majority^tor ihose whfr serve In Ontario was of tJhe postftl,authorities In VV'Snnlpeg,'I3.O0. ' " with a few excBptlpns, hftve'gona out Third reading was given to the on a sympathBtre Strike in accordance Bankruptcy and Fertiliiers A�ur latest shipment. frices from $35.0p to $55.00 SHIRTS THAT WILL APPEAL 10 WM BUSINESS JUDGMENT / We have a l^rge stock to choose from in fabrlciB of. ^idadras. Combinations, Lawn Textures, Mercertzed Poplins, 'Silks vand' Wool Taffetas-  . $1.50 to $12.00 % : SUMMER UNDERWEAR T^nbr" ifiade in porablna*lons ano'Two Piece- ' ^ $1.85 t� $4.50 9 Suit fFrom Our Own Cnrrcspcndant^ h SBTVBIN PERSONS, May 14.-A very pleaaant arent occurred here last Friday whan some twelve members of tha IT. F. A. with teams and machinery, palled on to the farm of Mr. Sam-ualson, who recently ^ent through an operation, and by eventide had practically completed hia plowing and seed-inr Ralph Hull is plowing for T.im Dina-� liiore with his Titan engine. KK Mr. Oinsmore reports his field of sweet clover making * good start . A. A. Baker is going ahead now with his-plowing by the light of the silvery moon (also oil). James Leonard, 3 miles south of town has completed seedtnis 2000 acres of wheat and expects';t6 put In over six hundred acres of flax. He has five engines and over thirty Workhorses going. / H, J. Ingram has taken up work In the mission field. He ia now stationed 20 milea south of town 'at Thompson. No rain this month; wheat all In and ^arly sowing looking good. There is lots of moisture in well prepared land. Grass is growing vigorously. 608 3rd Avcqu^ m.9 Quick Work By Montreal Police -Believed They Arc Wanted in New York I-:- MONTREAL, May 1(%-Three then, belleyed by the -police to be Domlnick OassWy, wanted in New York, (Chicago and Broioklynr Frank Carter, wanted in Detroit, and Prank Toddy, who is sought toy Chicago and Brooklyn police, were arrested at noon today near the Hotae Bank and the Bank of Hocbelaga, Ontario .street cast. The police announced that the trio, with a fourth man, who efecapBd, were about to hold up the banks in which a million dollars had been deposited to pay the cheques ot oily employees. The men were captured in an autamo-bile by IB dete'ctlves and six policemen, all being heavily armed. The arrested njen carried revolvei's, and in their automobile were found coils ot ropefe and canvas bags to bo used, the police' believe, to tie up the bank clerks. The authorities, state that the men answer /descriptions of men wanted in many United States cities for robberies. The police were tipped-oft to the proposed hold-up ot the bank.s. NO REBATE 10 WHY EXPERIMENt? Food scientists claim that the leavener is largeTy responsible for the flavor, texture and, whole-someness of your home baking. That on no otner one ingredient does so much depend. It is important, therefore, to use a baking pdwder that you know possesses the necessary leavening qualities. MAGIC BAKING POWDER j Contains No Alum and is the only strictly high class baking powder in Canada selling at a moderate price. ~Its repu* tation IS built on purity an^ highest quality. The only _ well known medium " priced baking powder made in Canada that does not contain alum and that has all its ingredients' plainly stated on the label. 'Made in Canada PRESENT DUTIES (LONDON. May 16.-fReuter's.)-Hon. Winston SpenceT Churohlll, sec retary for war, said lie did not consider the.proposal to give the domin-lions a relKite on existing duties. Referring to . the statement "The door is banged, bolted and Uarred against taxation of foodstuffs," Ae said he always considered that a rebate ot existing duties stood on an entirely different plane.. If it removed taxation from food,, it would certainly not add to the cost of living or in any wise burden our people. It should not be trc/ated as a question of principle, but as a -tnessure of imperial diplomacy to dxjii'ess me warmth of our gratitude for' the dominions for their assistance in the war. The dominions wanted this rebate, and we .concede while keep---4i O � � 4> � � � � HONB W � DOMINION FISH JfARKJT-rrP�l0WE ^f. 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