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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE LETK'nmnGF. DAH.Y MAY 28, 1013 alberta BfclLY AND WEEKLY Pfeprlllon md Publlihelt JHE LETH3HIDGE HERALD PRINT- "IKQ COMPANY. '-IMITEO IM Mh Slrttl South, Lelhbrligi W A, Buchanan PrMlJen'. ..nd lUnssinr Director Mm Torrance Builo.ui SlaaM" crU! Ixind. lor iroc.'.OMi for nolliing else. 1'ailaill ioul-1 all and ask nolhms. save IbJt tne KrJl'iro should remain ai-.d contlnuo Hid but- iross or the aiiar "I liberty. all else is forgotten fauaJs's seltlessness "ill rcmiin ai aa Irre- fragable proot that the Empire emor- ed I fie war lor liberty and (or llhcnj alone.1' rELEPHONIS Suilneii Offal 1262 Audit of THE SPIRIT OF HAWKER AND GRIEVE. The feelins ot dlsappolntmeul. ed hv the del tin ins pil- ots who esssjeJ the sreM the Allinllc fiile-1 wheu within an ace o( It. will be out weighed In tie satisfaction aroused oier their helm restored to safety. Hiwker ind hire inconteslab'.r ekrned ninia and time. As the toy Ii to vrtll the mm be may ba gathered Irom the (ollowmE ind: in life ot Haiier. The rec- ord ot Hiwker ai aviator, Mrs lha Seir Yori World. Is oae. ot astonishing ind almost uninterrupted succeu: Will Take Action if Necessary while IQB rellrelnenl Is ail- uiliej In Ihe region ot Volmar end he Mltau-I'ovlei front. Annrlcuni WASHINGTON'. May drawal of ilio Am'erkau forces from I ho Archangel Is latins place, aci'ordiug to advices to the war do iKirttuont today which Billed trial all members ol the 395th. Infantry were awaiting evacuation. Polte Make Progreis DASEL. May wireless) nre reviortfd from Warsaw to have mado farther pro e To Frolecl Properly and Health Galtcki. taking Kamionk kllometre.3 Irom timbers Hiwter was lad la Australia, bts EXPECTANCY AND REALIZATION. The Minister ot Labor, Senator Ho> enson.-ln 1 much quoted we will have to a.t the reople oJ (bis country why it Is that patrol shoes th.l Ihe manutaclurer lor S6 sold to the coniuwer for profit' OB certain plumtlnB supplies eicaeds the sale price ol th? iuanutacturer; why a lady's gown, sold by tho' manufacturer for ?1G is sold for twice that to .the .consumer unbunL'1 wills a Minister ot tbe Crown In -Canada Is rouslns the state ot expectancy that is going to be done In regard lo, at any high cost or shoes, elsewhere, _____. land, when Hying was in ils infancy In Eosltnfl. His natural lastes turned hlol to motor engines, and his lore ol adventure carried him to EDE- land In company with a hall dozen other youns Australians. Two, at leait. of his companions gained distinction In the land of their adoption. These were Lieut-Col. Bursted anj Major Eric Harrison, who became aviation Tie boys broujht their savings in their pockets and. once in the Mother- land, sought employment as mechan- ics. Hawker speedily found n berth with T- O. 5f. Sopwlth. then just start- in; as a builder of airplanes. Hawker proved himself a skillful mechanic and a lad ol intelligence and Sopwith pilots, lausht him to fly. His development thenceforth was EDMONTON. May 25.-When inter- viewed to the Mlitude of the jov- erument iawsnls the strike situation. Premier Stewart tils afternoon miJa the following statement: The STropilhetlc strike which his been declared in some, at cities ot Alberta Is givlns the provincial gov- ernment grave concern. It will be creat misfortune It no way can be found lo avoid a general tie-up which will affect the enilfe province at lira time. Earnest effort his been made both by ihe government, by munici- pal authorities everywhere and by prt- vaie individuals and corporations to plan programs of construction and ex- yanslou thai will creale employment and render easier iha re-establishment ol our returned men in civil occupa- Unless very serious grievances esist no responsible citizen should n..llnn hhflt 'Till Ten- Makeup of New Cabinet to Take Place of Lloyd's Arino'unccd ST JOHN'S. Nflil.. May mike-up ol the.ministry lust forme by former finance "minister Cashin a the request ol the governor, after In resignation of the- Lloyd cabinet, wa announced today as follows: Cashin, premier and finance mm es _ lljlltly encourage ai-tlan ihal will ren- der all these plans impossible of reall- ZRliOD. The city authorities are today laced wiia grave responsibilities and they have intimated that'they T.-iH tlbiujt everr elfon to continue tne operation ol public utilities and to protect in every way tbe rights and liberties ol all the citizens. The government Is bopetul that tbe cities may be able to successfully cope with the ailua- lion and that the forces directing or- ganized labor bay fully realize [heir responsibilities to their fellow.' citi- zens. Should It be necessary for the protection of property and neallh and convenience of the community for the provincial authorities (o .taie ac- tion, such action will be laien to the Morln, justice. Dennett, colonial secretary. Woodford, public worts. Crosbic, shipping. Stone fisheries. Hlcliman. Ellis and Picotte. withol portfolios. The portfolios, of agriculture an militia will remain unfilled at prc Friends ol the ministry claim will have a working majority in 11 assembly. The crisis which led to t iCKED UP IN ,SS1NG FOK THK BD8Y UAN A neEro was lynched at cMi'tleriry, as., after he Lad killed a sawmill V. S. shipbuilders are asked to nc- pl flat prices And lowt-r profits lu ace-tinie for shipbuilding. Officials of tha letter carriers' un- n declare outlook Is tor a posiiucu's rite. Workmen on the- Hydro-elwlrio blppawa development scheme bave anded a strike ultimatum to Sir dam Deck. The Toronto city council decided to nru over lo Ihe Housing Commission ertaln properties owned by Ido clly t price. The annual statement of the Im Uink shows net profits of fl, compared with J1.1S5.0SS the year. Owen Cattrel, 31. of J. McKeen 'attrel. former professor, of Columbia Jnlversily, was arrested on charge ot Kour furntcrs ou IQe I'arlfl road, urar Uruntfoni. lost their entire Block of chickens through thieves. '.Martin indorsou. ot fostoria. Mlcb., haa Just learned that bis parents, of whom lio has not Ueard for 35 yeara ire living In Mluoeiali. Neighbors complained Ihe nolsa.of Hie bagpipes al the Calodoulau Club, New York, constituted a nuisance, udgo reserved decision. Mrs. Jas. Parker, Jcreoy City, wai Iccted president of tho Woman's Gen- ral Missionary Society of tbe United "rcsbyleriau Church. A minimum of oue and a uiaz ol live shares ot treasury stock vlll 4in sold to Swift ami Co. employ ccs of over sli months. convention. In SDL on at New York, urscs employers to keep wage high and re-emulo. discharged soldlere...... A I'iUsbuT Pa., policeman Is o trial charged wllh driving a patro wagon while Inloitciled, and smash Inc two other sulos In collision. By moans of Tclophon npparatus al least ten slmultaneou conversations and several telesrip may be Iransmlttcd over a mssges single copper wlro for practically uir limite tho draft. Sv'ew York realty brokers aud bank- ers estimate that of xvar- llme lavlngs has gone into homes since.the first of Ihe year. Eighty per cent of the Montreal Tramways employees voted the award given them acceptable, and they will receive considerable Increases In! wages. Dr. MacNell ol Arva pleaded guilty of having Issued prescriptions for liquor to two men not medically In Yes, We Have Used Pianos PlajrBr-PUnoJ and Orssns too lu eicnacge lor lue famous MASON R1SCH Tbo list IB oonilintly chinslnB but It you ui know about the price you wint we'll tell you e oomfs In. assemble, me crisis woicu ieu w i resignation of Premier Lloyd was pre-meed ot it, was fined and cipltated by resignation of Cashin, who London. costs reprcsenled a faction In the opposed to the Hs eveopme llull v oi igia in a SOD- been tlien. There, we read that by means ol n.body known as -the BOim ot Trade" appointed by the govern- under a statute entiled "The Cost 'VJlTbE Act, only other Klhlngs-tuL the price ol foolwear has Two .weeks laUr ;wil he "soared: to "l a pa n the. same (erea. On October 24 1912. in a Sop with biplane patterned after the Amer- ican Wright machine and powered with a 40-horse A.B.C. motor he won the Micnelin Cup by setting a new en- durance reconl of hours and -been.reduced. twenty-three minutes in tbe air. Ihiregari to looltrear the Question On May 31 following in a Sopwiln cheanening 'the prices of toolsi TO with an ffr-horse power Gnome-en- "a scheme-wai adopted j he established a British record. {imolTJBS an arransemjtit ..with Ite to manUfacUrers of with leather >l reasonable -prjcev Similar arrangemenU with the --'m-niifaituiers to restrict' their pro Vducjlon lo the most adjantaseous re, ;iailsr5 wilii boots al'reaEonable prices _were made! Dr'thus seeming standard- footwear and a check.on the "ji bists Board reported llselt a position to suaranlee lhal eiploitalion is taking place at any -'itep In Ihe production and distribution these standard boots." I Senator Kobertson no doubt means bul we might realliation is -heller tban eipectancy. rovince lo see that every raao..wom an and child receives the protection which it is Ihe duty ol tbe government to allord. day. he look up two passengers lo 10 600 on Jnly 27, three lo S.100 feel- All .of there were new Uril ish records. The big cash prize of the moment London, city council agreed to allow the street railway company lo charge' five cents straight fare on Sunday, and Windsor council passed a by-law for "the citizens to vote on June 14, granting a five-cent fare on tho S and A., Ry. .1 The leading business and prolett ional men of Vi'incheslor, re- cognized the necessity of providing desirable amusement for lha youths and young men here, ol enabling them to spend their spare llroe'In Innocent heallh-ElvinK amuseiuenl, and to that end the Winchester Community Am- ateur Alhlollc Association has been organized. A gymnasium will be built In Ihe town A white cabin launched loaded to the gunwales' with Quarto of whiskey, valued at JIO.OOD, sailed up Detroit ntvor followed by Inspector Downey and a dozen deputtea. The launch showed no Intention of landing so tne rum squad telephoned to Har- bormaster Kilns. Capt. Kllng hailed lha boatmen, who declared they were en route to Chicago. Kllng, honerer forced launch Lo lie up at the foot ot Third street, Detroit. Tho two men on board wera arreslod. Easy payments used llvck Home gf PilKngen arrlvlnf In New Vork report condition! la Meilco In a de- plorable slate, flindi 'of 'marauders make triYeUlnr unnft. ,S. II. Grlsdile, formerly Director of tbe Dominion Experimental Firm Ottawa, bai been appointed Dopuly of Agriculture. He Ii suc- ceeded aa Farm Director by Mr. B. S. Archibald ot the Live Stock Brinch. LMaJor Chat. Dereslord Topp, D.S.O., M C wllh teen ippolnleil Secrelary of the ReptlHaUoa Com- mittee lo succeed Col. Vlnwnl JiasBey recently resigned. Mijor Topp, who has Just returned from ui Important Government mission 'to London, was war correspondent of tie Toronto Mall and Empire with' lit Tint Con- tingent. Important Junction Between .-LONDON'. May SB.T- Lave captured the important' railway function ol Pskov, Ij .Jliga and junction Ol srmv, UCIITCCU, peirograd, according'to rjpb'rts from Helsinglors received; at Hawker started after this money. Tbe PAHTS, May Echo dc Paris today declares that, upon renuest ol President Wilson, the heads of the allied and associated powers have decided not to permit publication of the full teil of the peace treaty, presented to the Ger- mans. President adds the newspaper, "foresaw Inconvenience and risk In opening an important dis- cussion in the United States during his ._ Dispatches from, correspondents In Paris have It was. under- stood that .Uie..chief, opposition lo making the Ireaty; public came from Premier Uoyd George, although Pres- ident Wilson later had approved the nrillsh premier's view. t time' he failed through Illness, and Ihe second his machine went wrong after he' hafl skirted the north coasl and worked down as far as Dub- coasi. ana RETURN 'OF THE PREMIER. Whatever vlevi may be held the absence of Premier Borden, his 'return can be regarded as Ibal of an last week when Ih'e Bolshevik .posi- tions along the Pskpf-' iron't were broken throngh and the threat to the veterans .u sbetiki are reUring from uielr posl J- I lions on the northwestern front, BC- Earlytnis year Hawker was credit- a Russian, wireless mes en with an altitude flight of'1 nearly feet, heating his 1916 record of feel. This record, however, has' not teen authenticated. During the war Hawker was a teal- ing pilot for Sopwltfl, whose planes sage today. 'honored and respected plenipotentiary shared wltb the Bristol machines su- whose counsel hai been given worth .lo in being cilled Into the deliber- of sutesmen. In lie Premier of Canada -.-.the country he repreienls has been That his counsels have been so much.ol satisfaction lo -the people of the.Dominion. WltB-.the Canada hue been called Into coun- 'ell, aid ILey'wilh him have rendered 'useful service and hare eilabllshed a for Ihe Dominion overseas. In "the meisure Ineie services have been Appreciated In that measure will the of Canada feel trier service tha 'Dominion rendered lie Motherland during the w.-ir his nol ended there. 'That itls view Is held In Ihe Old Coun- 'try may be. accepled In Ibe following [editorial elpreBiions of the Sunday ;1Tlrae3 which bavp found a place In the 'columns of toe Toronto Globe: "Alone among all our colonial Premiere, Sir Roberl Borden will re- turn as l living evidence that a people can and will render a service to their coiivlfllons, lo secne ni rigl-.l an )urtjce( to Ibe call o.' blool and to III fag under which Ihey ilva, al a Tail and' unrcckoneil cosl to wllljoul ellher prepitj'ulating any re or siiuieriKtiitly claiming .any share or any ni'JcTnil? or pDKF.tllnK spoil whkh remain let c'.lr.trlbulion.' 'Cankda. has fopgnl, fl.iirl anl B'.I fered. Olber great IVjmlnlon.i liav -'.sought security lor l.he future only, but :must be conscious liat In demaildfog Jusl guarantees triey have received some compen- Ballon for Lhelr Canada has ;glven all and sought nothing, Canada Hint, her Premier should ile- Vole''liln lime and Ills liljafs in Hie fullinl ntnds ol C.maila'.i in Cue Empire, llpr'courcrn was for an 1UAJ-.J. i. The message alio'saysr.that the shevlki have retired' to new'posll Bol- iltions 10 vcrsts cast of vcrss c In the region ot Pskov, owing to a sector of the being, uncovered, the Bolshevik! are retreating to new IRISH SOLDIERS'FORM tlOME RULE ASSOCIATION DUBLIN, Jlay. soldiers at a largely attended meeting In the Manilon House Thursday, ToUd lo form tha veterans' association" soldiers and to claim on behalf of the men who fought In the war fulfillment ot tbe British government's home rule pledges and Ibe B'ibmlsslon of Ire land's case oeace conference.! JIaJor-Gen. Hamilton presided at the meeting. The speakers Included Sir Thomas Mylcs, the well eon, and officers and N.C.O.'s served in the war. premacr OQ the Uritish frouL. As esl pilot It was Tils doty lo Lake up battle planes for their final tryoul be- !ore they were turned orer lo the GOT- eminent. He received J125 for each j night, and U vas not unusual for him to maVe Lwclre.a day. .For the, last three years be haa been tbe rilghest paid alrmanjn the Income during that'UmBfbtlDE reporlstl to have been'upwaTds of a year. zie Grieve, R-N'-. Hawker's navigator, haa had of the limelight In bis life lhan llawk- r, yet ID his line of endeavor Is a tian f attainments. He Is ears old, a wireless expert and a met- orologlst, as well as a flyer. For a Imc during Ihe war he, commanded he cruller Campania, mother ship of he British air squadron with Ihz Grand FleeL FOOT SPECIALIST Coming to This STORE An Uiperl-pn the'human loot will be here 4th and 5tK to tell our customers' about Foot Comfort, and bow easily it can hi! attained! FREE EXAMINATION AND EXPERT ADVICE This specialist knows all about feet and bow to overcome Iheif troubles. Ho was personally trained by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl the foremost authority on Hie human fool and lla troubles. He has Ihe knowledge and the ex- perience lo (ell. almost at a glance, what causes that foot trouble that makes you suffer. lift nol only knows .what itio trouble Is ,1ml also knowi Ibat The Longest Lasting Sweet meat vintheWorld! All three flavors sealed in air-tight impurity proof packages. Be SURE to get WASHINGTON', at- tack cn the leagne of nations as offer- Ing grave dangers to the future ol. Lhe white of the worli -was made in Ihe senate toflay Senator Itettl, Democral, of Missouri, who declared tVal under the covenant In Us form nations are by other races and have I he predominating voice. The senator pfestntfrd stallsLica lo show Lhal of Lhe total population of Ihe countries opposing the league. would black, ypltow, brown rei] races ivlillo only 2' of the white race. In ttTc.bly l.i Iri lo if-'vorulnr hiivo l.j .ind tioha 17 rf MScholl Appliance and he can fit Iho proper appliance lo coirecl YOUR foot dljcomlorl. to tome in aid lei him DBMONSTnATB lhat you need suffer ,no longer. Hcinemkw, ll H obsolutely fnEK. All ar? Inrlted. "AFTER tUERV MEftf PlAMMK IMT8- SHERLOCK BUILDINO' W J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;