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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUMSDAY. MAY LB: 1919 me; IIKIWM.U PAGE NINE. o- Drandiui UcfWcls i'tbuiile in I Kuihvay Woi-kcrs QoU OTTAWA. May haa tucn lecolved nt Ihe thai llso provincial fuderdtton of lalior ot will .lake a vole v.a to call- Ins a general alt-Ike in sympathy V.lh alrlkers. K n etrlko la decided upon It will be etfoctlve from .Monday. AB (life n-oulrt be ft synwRLlioLIc bUIke, U (9 Ltrobabl-i lluil shouM the U'lnii'pog trouble ba p.ilJualeJ, no slrikti ordor irould be tufd.-evQri If ltie> veto should favor It. Tho -Usa also to en In- fanned by (ho dlrwior.of opojA- In Phlrlct No. 18 that aJi ihs L'uul In that OlEtrlcL win rlrlka next SaturJay. ..Tbla.lB IJDI A cympa- Unsttc strike.'hut grows out of dUfl- cuHk-a htwoon operfitora and -H-orb- ers Trouble In Brandon DUAXDOX me- rhanical roundliou'to tnen and the ilie Canatjlati Pacific liallway out loday at noon W.'nnljiGg. U was generally kuown ibat euch a Mould Lul ihoro Tforo EOUIO Btroiig- ruinors lo Ihe elfed that a compromise. woulJ IJQ cf- morning, and will! ihls In view, U wai Ibal (he men at j work bore. About 1W men trp fcf- lu tbQ local ID tua Cana- dian I'acHlc lUUway. but the walkout I not affect ihe running ol railroad offk'lflls clafmlng luat Ihey bb able to carry on as uiukl. Thlo fttlenioon nioeUnge artr- bsing held In iho fraternal hail various organizations at vclilch will lie It to that tomorrow will aoa.somn dcfln'.tn line nctlon decided on by labor Brandon, The civic un'.ori loday terred an ultl- maluiu upon Ihe pirfca to effect (hat unless the bofrd IB ed go Into' thtf oon- dltUms 6n iho subject that civic em- Tees In Hrandoq would out at 9 o'clock Thursdajr'monilng. The demands of w ot a mcMof ot ihe L _ ploytra held on but Ihero Is nothing'definite lo what was done. Situation In Edmonton EDMONTON', May Sunday tWraonton will er is lo LB a sympalhcllc strike fa this city. Las I night at a mceUnj; ol nil iho exQcultvea of the different lab- or organlzatio'oa In this city. Iho fol- lowlog resolution paused: "Tbe executives ol all local unions ea I inion Fish Market Phone 545 Black .Cod, per pound- r-.v......... ..'v.15c. Cleaned. per pound v.-.lZc Fresh 12c .12c 12cr WE HAVE ALSO ;i Lake Superior Trout- Spring Spimbn i Chicken Halibut' Ling Cod Crabi 'and Shrimps i- TRY FILLETED SOLE OITWHITE RSH LICENSE NO. 13-434 ID noUliol to tslte a strike vote, said itriko lo take place ou Monday, May ZC. at 11 in result o( such vole to bo cturnal'.e by Sunday, May 25. at 3 UQ.. tnd Ibal a copy ot thla reaoluiloa >o sent to nil labor organltations hroughaul Ctuada, to the acting premier ot Canada and lo the premier ot The twlni loday to alt union men ii: you In- of lUjklcf lo in pa thy with iha strik- Mttt In Sittotoon SASKATQO.V. May DIMS meeting of labor unionists la being here tbte after coo Q to Ulicuis (be Winnipeg 'gltuatloD. Federation of Lab'or CAUJARV. May ls cot ttke- ly that tbo various unlona ed In ihe Alberta Federation ol will ceRto" work on Mondty, ta believed the unions affili- ated irHd (he Calgary Trades end tor Council will, but will follow later. Included ID the Allena t'ed- era lion of Labor are (be civic ployed. miners have Ihe longest moittbenitilp la federation, and Eroai preMDt Indications there Is every" likelihood of ibelr striking at 3 p.m. Saturday it DO ibtUtineni has ret a reached la regard to ihe aurFtce mtn'i dispute. N'omlually iliere are ml merulrtn Qf the foment tlou. When Been Thursday morning-. Com-1 mliaJoner Annslrong had" no new de- to" and hfr uoi In A. position at tbe motneat 10 make any italemenl. President .Cbrtalopher and gecra- Ed of District No. 18 o( (he United Mine Workers of Amorlca, were equally relfce'fil Tbursilar morn- Both sill Pi admit argallatlons liute teen brokeu off. The commls- flloner la willing to Imar any over- tures from Ihe representatives of the men, but Inlier stale II Jj for Mr. Armstrong to take InlilatlTa. K 4be very delinle stale- merit counts for anything, all firea in District No. 18 will ba drawn Salur- Jay afternoon if IbQ ot tho Surface men's schedule Is iiol set- tied. LONDON, wlre- sK troopi gained tucfcues over Indo-Aiebttnistana en May 1C aud 17 end ou ,Ma; 19 the lon In the refilon ot Hikka, west ol Ihe iDilo-ArglimtiJstan frontier near Ihe pass were reported lery laltiracl- ory by the cwjaufnndtr of Oie lirst lud- divftlon (a advket to the Indltu governtaeat lorrrarded hire. On Sun- Oay, LbB British held the Mile weet of DeVXa and the loTvns ol gberabab and Ilubat, about two relics norihweit of IJakka. The succeasei thft AfghunUlana Is saKI to hate bad a boncricltl clteet on the dif- ferent Afghan lrJb.es. 'On May forrc; at Dafeke nere attacked by.a large fovce of Af- ghani who were eventually driven olf. The Brit (ah and Indian casualties were 13. On May I8lh, tbe firs? Indian brig- ade, with the co-operation of alr- s. attacked the Alghans' Uilla wi ol nhd Captured the hills. The streiLBtii of llie Afgrian forces were reporttd as eight batUllons and SUDS, four o[ captured. More than IPO of the enemy were kill- ed In tbe Fighting on tbe ISlh. Moat of them were Ideotlfled as Af- ghan Irragular t TOO pa. Jacob Gotro lost his ai the re- sult of his canoe upsellln? V.-1UU rtuck RLoolJng In SliMlac harhor. LEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES Make beauty lotion for a. few llf uoi a hcuee in il was transform- eJ lasl year nilo A tcnled vlllago. The stampede chifl j'ear wJH be largL-r than ila pretUn-eaaor, and much iiaert-'t in lhs> event hns already teen arouecd. Wilb Mr, Turgcon Cautaiu Smith, of n'ho I? Comujisslon- i-r of (lift Kuighta of Columbus. H-i Lac returood from urerieas wlicre seivcj with (he Imperial (n Ihe UalHpoU peninsula and la Salon k-a. afterwards to ihe flying Corps. abasti and Orand TrunL Hailwar conipenies are telr.; sued by John usoD, Mosa (or damage To property. CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS CO OK CANADA. tilMITED.. WINNIPEG TORONTO MONTEEM, THE GLASS .HOUSE OF CANADA ts for ZOURI METAL FRONT CQNSTRUCTION-Glass Squeeze Ihe Juico of I wo loinona Into a. bottle containing tireo ounces ot.'orchard vhlle.' shake well, and you haTO a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan loUan, and complei: Ian at very, very small coat.- "Vowy grocer ftae the lemons and any'drug elore or toilet counter will Vupply, ihreB ounces c( orchard wbfte a lew cenls. Massage Ihis swtel- lV fraerarit'-lQllDU into the arms.'HQJ''ltaTid9 each day .arid see .how freckles and blemishes aud iiow cleitr, soft add rosy-white becomes. Is harm1 Iwa and nerer IrrUatai, MEN'S SUITS Light pinch back model............ Light 'grey tweed, Norfolk model 25.00 1 I I i Brown tweed, model 25.00 biue'ierge, 3 button sack Brown worsted, belted model i. 35.00 x Plain grey worsted. 3 button sack.............. 40.00 V YOUNC LONG PANT SUITS Light gveV, belted model, reg. now Dgrk grey, iorm fitring, reg. now 21.00 Browo check, form fitting, reg. now V.... 20.00 Brown tweed; belted model, reg. now 15.00 THE LATEST IN MEN'S HEADWEAR Reg. Hats, Reg. Hats, special Reg. Kats, ipecial Reg; Hats, special 4.00.' 3.50 CAPS In the newest shapes and cloths THE LATEST HOLIDAY NECKWEAR Neweit shapes, 50c to J3.50 The Gold Bond Shoes, pair.. 'THE-BAIANCE OF OUR BOYS' CLOTHING IS BEING SOLD AT COST FRED THAELL 315 5th Slice! Soulh 608 3rd Ave. South OTTAAVAr'Mfly titles ques- tion aga'n arose almost, itmnecliately the house opened this atiernoon. It ivllh a_mptlon by Mr, Xlc secnriderl by Mr. McMastCTS. that tbe ronort of the epectal committee ot the house, appointed lu consider litlcs, should be concurred in. Mr. NJckle reviewed the Jlndlngs ol llio declaring thai, the mass o[ Canadian people to approve, ot them. There wpre some, however, who nol care to .tar'as-the There were Borne who held hat the principle of granting lltujsr Istliictiona was not WTong, but was ubjecllonable. was was the molUDd In which dlstlnc- ionE and decoraUoiia irerg awarOjed. le thought titles r.'ore out ol tuse with the iplrlt (hat should prevail and did prevail. 'Mr. 0. D. McKcnzle remarked that ie suppojed that Mr. Nlckle uiuat con- sider.the titles qtieslion one or para- mount (re port ante or be would .not lave taken up so much time of toe house in dealing wllh il. Cllr.; JIcKenzle eajfl Ihnl he hoped .bat 'the JisciiESlon vrauid not ..be protracted for fear Mr. Nickle might nge' his mind ngaia and 'col moved o vote against his own motion, 1LSIAGEA Greiil Nalural Amphithcalte Soulh of At- tended Last Year J. Turgeon, .mambcr nl the pro- Tinclol legislature Tor Ihe cdnsLltnencr o: .Tlibstonn, in the clly. on Wcd- ncBda'y in regard'fa. the war sctlvllles b( Ihe KnlgliU or Columbus, 03 a pre- liminary to Ihe conveulion which wilt (ike'plan in Calgary, on Saturday, In reTcrcncc to (He same. Mr-' Tiirgcoi, staler! thai the slam' pede which vi'na held last year in lha Rlbstonc.-Valley, sonlli ol Czar, will take.Tiiace Itiis year on the first of July, and will last.Cqr Ihree clays. Tills stampede crealeiU art CKUaordtnnry amoun! of Intereal'iU the time il was held. ..There- were .over ten .thousand prelcnf, and Just'bttore the program alarled Ihere were over 850 motor cars oh th'o ground. Ihe Htb'aLonfe Valley In Vhlch Ihe-slam'oedo'.Is lo-be hclil is ah Ideal one being a natural amphitheatre. Though Ihero Is DOSTROM AND BBADY IB- RIQATIQN LEVELS. HAY AfD GRAIN. U.0.0. FARM MACHINERY'.- NATIONALS KUBCR TIFtt- FILLER. MAK-A-TJACTORS K. M. C, KE.nOSSNE BURN- ERS FOR FORD CARS. Farm LtiL 218 Sherlock fiull Phone 777 Special Experimental Farm LAMB Nothing Fiher on the Market. Choice Roasting Gets of Veal, at 22c, 25c and 30c per Ib. Special Home-cured Bacon, whole or half slab, 50c per Ib. Finest Creamery Butter, Coldstream brand, 60c per Ib. This is the Best Buller Value in the City. Buy where you are protected by'the Pure Food Laws of Canada. URNS CO. Limited VAIN MARKET DOMINION F13H MARKET MARKET' ,TH1SC AVENUE SOUTH LICENSE NO. 1W34. COR. 4TH AVE. AND 8TH ST. S; PHONES 412 ANOi 138S "PHONEIJ54 All Our Markets will be Open till 9 p.m. on Friday All the Good Features of Home-made Bread Are Found lu Bread Which appeals lo the Bread baker at home. They, ol all others, know good bread. Our Bread always pleases them and will please you.! N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 ;