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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LK'I HBIUDGt, ALBERTA, TULnSDAV, MAY 22, NUMBER 137 MINERS STRIKE SATURDAY-CALGARY TIED UP MONDAY TO HELP WINNIPE( _i_- Strike Call Is Sent Out to Men In District No. 18 E MEN One German Party Wants Home Made For Ex-Kaiser In Germany Go'Inlo Effect on Saturday. Aitornoou at Operators Being Notified .Strike Aid from In- ternational U. M. W. of A. owing to 0. B. U. Action 01 District 18 Miners. Nol a wlicel will be turning in any mine in Dfsd'icl No. 18 covering Allicrla ami soullicnsl- cru H. aflcr iiooii nl llircc o'clock if a letc- yrani scnl outcast niglit from Calgary Cliristopli- ITS and Browne of (lift, union is-acled Ihc rank and file of Ihc ineiubcr- ship, and and men will down lools. Tlic sffikc order went out last .nifilil aftef (lie miners failed In suciirc what (Iiey considered ti salisfnclory answer from 'Coiii Commissioner Armstrong. The miners had demanded that a hoard "of invcoliga.lion 16 sit on i Order, No .-7124 --fie. granlcd by nooii AVcdiicsduy. iiitdci'- .stood lllat Co'inijiissioiici1 A'rm- slrong'offered to liavc an arlii- tralipii proyid- Thciii- iipMo 'riiis.tlic miners' officialsdid'nol .en re to 'do, an'd tlie strike'call was sent oul accordingly.. AI an early hoiir Iliis f orcncMm SciTclnry of Ilie locjcl iinioji staleit In Ihc Herald Ilial lie lind received no message call- .iiig n slrikc, and expressed him- self as of H Jlcs.iid Uic iniiifrs were nnxiuus for n ficllletiirnl if one cnvilil be secured. The .slrike will bring diil-'lhc firemen, puinpnien, fanmen and lanipincn. AYliellicr there AviH any damage to the as n rcsiiU'of this nclion remains (o be seen. Qperalori will receive 48 liouiV nolioc from three o'clock .tins after- noon lo prepare The union is expecting no ;iict from tlic iiiteriiationnt owing lo Ihc action of the miners in vot- ing in favor of Ihc mid in favor of brooking from jnkrmUionnl affiliation.. CONFIRMS REPORT .In ccnvenatlbn over tho IOUD .'dEftt'ance .morning with Dtetrkl SecreUry' Ed'Browne of M.- the thit cilljhid "out. "He BERLIN, May (AltoclaUd German national peop'te'a party haa preiented to tha national aiatmbly at Weimar an appall ftgned by many thsu- sarids of the memberi ask- Ino the executive body pro- vide for a governmental home in Germany tor former Emperor Wil- liam. The party haa telegraphed to Precldent Ebcrl aiking hit sup- port for the plan. ALLIES DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN PRISONERS .The reply laillcatefl ihe allies Ihe GennTn that ona o[ the .'sremiiiic oeliveea ordinary prlsonera ami UIOEQ guilly of crime, and that J Ihe Jailer wiH'be he'.d anil CONSIDER GERMANY'S 5AAR VALLEY PROTEST T.VRJS. May cuum-il of ilie pfaco coafereofe, tlJis considered tbe.questMn reEartltng Ihe Saar valley raUed by_ A rcc-eiil (ler man note on This nocm Ihe council take the snb- IBCI or reparations. WANT JOINT COMMITTEE ON PAUia. May council (1 OH ECONOMIC ISSUES lag ueei iur liaa clelivtreil ils reply 13 ije IT- IXXNDCW. M.V wire- beheld onnan nole on of WET. 1 leas.) It U apparent foracaalaGermany. polctj of the German reply to the pace leruis -vvlll to a proposal to Ir.sUtute a Jolut cornmitlee ol rey- j rEieiilatlTes ol Irath slins vriih a neu-1 tral president (o deride tho ecKiom.'c fjuestions. The Germans also asi for (he appointment of a slrullar comtilidee to delenrjloe the dainape done lu Bel- glum and France. The. German reply, it Is understood, will protest against tile Irealy nol latfxff Inlo considera- tion done In Germany. R be u.ried that Aualria-IIungary, hav- ueen an ally of Uerinanr, Ehould in Ine tame responaibilily -asi f NO HERALD SATURPAYI Protest flaiurdiy Ihe of yUaj- dnd a public Ihe llerold snould not. Le publish- ert. Chunfie ol copy lor Uie" fialurclftj- eharrh nolit-ea fiboiilrl bt til tbc Herald bllict "rjj1 o'rloch Friday morning tor .nsorlion Krltfay. REPORT CUTWORM1 s Action I fn Landing Ilnlinn Forces j Pnwe: Senil N'olc in NOT It1 ANSWER' SATISFAGTOKV MHIS, hits lieen leafn- (n. Uiot'Oreai j Weather Conditions Splendid Britain, France Stales and a 15000 C'nile Crop> of. Labor; tbdiy for c? ina hflw to atd'the VVjnnipea itrlkt tlon to tratfci unfonfvii arc- taking a volo today In" pithy wilh Winnipeg, and It genaral-ilrlkfl will thtri Monday. S'casToo Kough Repairing the for Another Slay 11 !gh ivfnds today acaln preFonlOj Dif (iavaj .tea piano N'.C. 4 from del for. Lisbon on Ihe second leg IracH-AllanMc Might. The navj- ifili roorntiig rocelveO Lhe following mctanga from Admiral Jttck- eon at Ponta.dfcl nol leaifc today; was loo rough for ilorl." Repilr Murtfnclde ST. KHd., The MarLinildo (Mars haio hired R build- Ing St. Johns. ID UiprOnshly fttrjilario and mo red the daui tgcd fabric Ihere Thi" finite VIU' ha ready In Itirce'trcflk flltcn cling ?lot-g nuTlgaloj ot -this ir.nchlnc, who, suf- fercil a severe shock Rnd other Injur- In SiiriiJey's mlsliari doubf'hta con illlion U'lll wArfaiTL hla ftttcnipttui F (llglit Oils month. PoEslbly he will Obliged tu' rfiiiiiu to Kngland fend Jel PrjothCr HVlaljjr rorao over, Jensen, ol Parla, arrlTcrt yen'.en report upon' tho auilahlllty ol the here for 5 by Krfc Airmen la ler In. ihn nnrl K unilcrato'otl Uvorn Mount BrounJ. whence (he flop with m-tcJifra (lew, GRANT RECOGNITION TO KOLCHAK GOVT. CKRTAIN. CONDITIONS WASH1NGTON, May miral Kojchak, dictator. of tht Omsk government, hjt noti- fied by peace .conference thhl ia aooq is.hd haa' etUblish- itibla governrnftnl wllh guar- antee! of freedom of and thi pnn and a confitltuflnt aiaem- -bly hjs govarnmert will bt accord- recognition the'government of ill non-Bolihfivlk Rusiln, it wsj learned today from authoriU- Uve iourcCi. IllLDMiEEIGHI: IE HAMILTON, OAt., Wllh the' of Blihdp tha reiolutlon wi> prcienttd'-to'thA Niagara tynod yetterdiy by Rev. Dr. Wilier and Hon. ftlchjrd Harcourt, At. Cath- rlnei: -s-. f "On iwounl of the flpf it looiil Cinidi, lynod peti- the government .an act to mike the 'eight-hour day tha Tagil worfdng Dr.. Miller urged Ihe tyno'd to endoria 1ha petition 10 AI lo win lifear wh'ch had become es tringed from Ihe thurth. Ihe Herald) C., 22- rsLtbroughoul lust. oul last, up cfimalic cor U6nB in Ihe aeaaoo aa well aa the quite hot ere le Treek ia bringing alone tbe rj- crojt, ia pnrticular, In mag- nitEccrit faehion, and ncrer in Creaton Valley1 j history hnvo prospects all round been ltet.Iervfor a large crop 'of. Ibis frull. The show of hloom Is raae- nltlcent, and iho plants Ihemsckes are png ot HalJaTi'lopc'iiS'in TurtejT Orlandw IB salJ lo j'madei A rejily to {he council of fgur. jfllft'r-n sharp' personal during He otilccted to die b( PremlerVenfzelos ol Greece. The lat- ter rel'ired from Ibe mettlng. Kalians landed Ada-. pariiculu'rlv BO that UODK Ibe.atage Is ell eel for tlie pro- vigorous hi appearaiice, normal weather C'uLwormi haTe rtporl- (it In HlickJe, lllgb HeUaw. B. II. Slrlck- land, coTcrnmetil entymoloflst, ia ftt'tfaa latter (otiajr ID- -Supt. rtirTttld of Ihe tiperlniebUl farm urgen ftnnera irhu notice the at TT-orl: In IheJr ilehlt to report at nnce Mr. airict- Uad'At farm here so Ibat-Jib' mar fce ]n a position 'to help combat them. tin box a. (aw Jn'jcolst earth flDd Ihcm'aJlve should alao be fcr- wardfd to .Mr..Strickland, Tie hot' weather of'the past tew day a in ro- eiirrencB of Ihls psst, which lias "Hitle Jn evidence tines- aDsl-'MSkri Uie j period'when Premier Orlando and For- .e'lRn-Minister Sonnino bad peace conference, ifle landings notice (o the allies, The nature ot tha Kalian reply and whether 11 -was acceptable to (he send- ers ol Ihe note wag not known this afternoon. Complicates Turk Problijn May rejwrteii Ital- del ieellon. raafce the prediction or Rjlhe allied troops were crate lalnl.r. arc More l _ _. my WUD coabMera'ule from than one rancher lias been offered bet-! ywkff ,JUI inBWns- themselves than 191S prices for liis cni.irc, Ai'aclerB of the city. Italian troops Iwero reporlerf to hnvei parUcipalert to sotnG eileiH In thin landing.. Accenting to n Paris dlspaicli ol crop. C'iiroaia Wilh "First Brigade of Seconds Sailed From Eng- land 'Night HA N. transport which arrived here latt nlBht from- EngUnd, with the IBth, 19tti! 2Mb first div- ision, on board, docked this morn- ing shortly after 7: o'clock and dTV embarkation of the trcopt wcet commenced at or.ce, General Strike In Calgary Now Seems Certain Strike Vole Now Being Taken in All Unions Affiliated Wilh Calgary Trades 30.0QO Men, Includ- ing Some Railwaymen, Will Be Here- Shortly. CALGARY, May a will turn in Calgary and practically all business will be brought to a standstill after Monday, which is the dale set for the walkout here in sympathy with the Winnipeg strikers, provided the-strike vrle now being taken is favorable fop the, there can be little question. The strike vote now being taken by labor .unions affiliated with the Trades and Labor council is turned in on Friday evening and the strike, if effective Monday. This the effect-of the decision taken at the meeting of ihe labor executiVesj-of the Trades and Labor council last night: Tlie strike will-affect practically every class of labor in "the city .-.arid'about workers will work. Trades affected include the railwaymen and other such vitally important industries, but if the.strike comes to pass, work of necessity, such as'supplying milk.and the operation of be "carried oh." The committee, again tonight and will'decide as to what {irne the.stnke effecVon MondayY-. The ballots for voting, will'be ready, at the Labor Jefeple-today t..l p. THE LOCAL SITUATION prtlclals or arid Libor Council IhaL a meeting ha called here night of of the affiliated unions for of Ihe advisability of taking action simi- lar lo that being taken thai the mlnan, the- lirflMt union Saturday makea. the.sHua- (n lomewhat men Involved than In olher ISUuitlon In Wlnnlpta OTTAWA, Mflwlmrif, minister of miltlla. who has been lu touch -fflth ethiallon In Winnipeg' through milllary L-lianneld.'wllI tnKbo a. BtAlement In (lie house lo'dsy rsffard- Injr conditions In ivas inld ti the militia department' Ihii morning Ihut eTerrthlng IT as quic{ in Winnipeg and that certain business houses, -who have been.'cloted .owing lo thfl clrlkt, Jiavo now OTTAWA, May 21 chlot onaMneer .of the department of rajlwaya nnd has lLB-1 t'barto at Ihc Iliidfon Waller caflilrucUon InventlKnllon and Lfie feAiibllltv ot the roulc. gate cvidcccc today bqtorejho" Biieclnl fornmlllee o( Ilie acjlRlo'whlcli la making. Inquiry the 'poiBiUIUIe.i ol region. He silld (t poflaJUlu that tnn trliola of Xorembcr might be (lie nsvlstllon hy cjlnlillflilLi; lilil In nnvlgailon.. Diur..ilrcriift noirfti vessels In kcfrp. clear of flocp. LltiCTB, liowcTrr were also pro: eluded jislnir the? having rcgftrrt to ice and from, the roln( or view of thn facllUlea nl Port May .Ihe Julians preTlouslj' landed forces q.1 Adalia, on the southern coast ot iAeik Minor, anil j V.kewlie during lasl-weCk disembarks tst Irobna al Bud rum, mJles south-1 east of Smyrna find tit Ihc (lulr'of Makrl. in the Snlyrna district, Tlie re' hart been nothing lo Indicate Incfc" 'landings were nol br agreement nliibiiE tlic allies, And indeed some-of unofficial forocssiH aa >ty the jr.rcbablc division lhei Turkish ler- ritdry-iimJer the taARue of naUons mandatories had Ilie prtoa- billlj- lhat llaly Would be Riven the Adulia, dUlrlcl Lnadminister. rio Ion b to Ihe authority of (be uiajoy and clrtc anLfcbrltlcB, It acll- The lahor pra ally nolhtni tx> arid to''lhlq Infor tion. -The presence ot the minister ol Inbor on ground (t I; hoped. reaull tu a epcedr artjuslinent of the trouble. Will Try to Neflottati To mei-i "iba EtrLks or Calgary Iratles union- propoROrt on Monday In pympatby (be Winnipeg local hual- PARIS, "iUy vlreleu.l The BTlalor, Sart] Lacolnle, yesterday lo jhe of l2SrS71 l salllfi, hut will employefl at Un for Ibe purpose of quieting Jnlma- tion, there, acconlinK to tiift .TIISTS'B- papers liere. II pointed, out ihere an JfirtuentJal' party In- Germany. mede up ot Independent antV Majbrliy favor ot IJie trlatr. Uatilcern, mannfaclujirf and hualntsa nicn, as weM as the inill- (ary. arc said toJshare ihls Vleiir, be- HevTnx'. ,H, ra tfe'clarert, thai anytlilng Is jireleri'ahlc lo Bolahevlam, .yhlcli inlght cnaucj: GcrDiAar U of T Kcileralion filrlke, Is underalood unXuoirn. However, 1L tho' this IB true. It tbe ireaiy inay he signed Juno 12'and Jiicie 16. I'ARIS.. Way dinfcjoij of (he Cxricrls Or iho UnJtcJ SlalM JCRCR rommiEBlon'saltl today lhat there ha-l been TPBlgnallons of-Biiltordin- Mfii'.ri'oni his force. None ol Lliosc u-ho ildcd, .werfe JioMing any 'HORSE RUNS AWAY THROWING BOW ISLAND MAN OUT OF BUGGY, BREAKING HIS NE.CK of 7.300 Ions Calryllis capacity should (fljitclnl lo The HtraMj BOW (ALAND. May -anil. Mrs. McCarfen 'of Ibis town N out for A tfrlve Wednesday iHcrnoon anil to hoiiflo McCarlsn gel out of her husband turning the .horae around ai U lo go foi1, milder drive. The anlniAl be- m.islir out of (he rirj. Mr, McCarten WAS well known In. Ibie hdftjr-. well of He, wilh hii wife, hid btCif In Bow Is'anrf fdr tfile ycats, Much lympalfiy f to he spkrcrl IfliinaitlOD. f.MO, NONTHfcAND wilh 2 e Nsrth- Onidlln 'elQck (hfi nrc in or befir of cohlefit Inan' Ibere hai bfien-foo mucliL conljol of Ibe lellon of Ihe and thai "pro- .Al the evening Mtllng, lion, X. Ron-ell 'spoke AL some longl'i In sup- poYl or the bill, ilcclarlnR thdt no ond ptei-e of leglslaliofi Iifld been nccltttl with BO. much expreMlou of Jle is Veil tbe rommillee to conilder the situation in 'Wln'nlpJeE be wllll'llic bars -open, tha matter of, .permaneocx, >1r, noTrell said that (he government redeeming Its lo tha people by ftnatUng the for. another year, Durtfic IhB next "year, Home Ihe, woiilrf expfeii -Ihel? oplnl6na wilb (o prphlbtliflh Rdd tills n-ould, beirinf iJQpik Ihft ____ Alter some--'further ______was the slraw which trok'-1 was dcclfrwHoif en Ilifl camel's a'nrf was Mportftd. from Cqijj-, Unreal In Ihe rounlry." jnliltc.'-Il nUills for OTTAWA. MIT roranjimj jponl Ihe Jtij dr.llbsraUni! (he tnelh- ell pnBEeA War Measurca net. relnllDf to prohibition in Canada. The dlscni-Ion took placa In.cotnmlf- And W-H for Ihe mwt part based upon an amendment- Uy Hums Cronyn, which mould narb pcfrtiltCeJ life manuMcl a groaUr B! per ceDtr for export lo' ctVier protlnfes where aale la perraitled. Fnnk crltlcltmi ol bone-dry pr.bbl' bUIun cftnt froni Dr.- njftmbtr for North ;