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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT THK LETlinmnGE DAILY I1EHAM) THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1911) TORONTO. May ly anticipating that iherc will be nij scltitmcnt effected by the con- ference going on at Ottawa today, "the general strike committee of 15" has issued its strike eiders AS they art to be applied to the city of Toronto at 10 o'clock te- rn arrow, V- Over the signatures of 15 of the committee has appeared a Kit ct those callings who are excepttd from striding. Workers in hotels, tales, dairies, bakeries, gas Adl er-i-. waterworks, artificial limb worki, picture and thealre operators are not affected, Policcmsn, firemen, school teachers, professors and doctors, clerfly and hospital help wiH also be permitted Lo work. All others apparently must slop work, according to the order. iSlurlil' IP Thf C-ALGAitY. May tbeiv vIH be no "peueraP strike In yCii-s.trr is a I is not only the opinion of ihoso who Iliaiv been vrairhlnj pvems closely, j bui H ia bPSiniilnE to daun on strike committee. Tbe only uniou ibat rou'd "bare causert umoUl IDCOH- vtulcnce v.-fts tha1- of workers, bui they have decided co re- I si work and let Ihe others do the MrlMup. Their ilei-fslon nTght. but the rcsuU of this is not yd Known. Malt Service Maintained ..MOOSH JAW, Sash. May railway mill service be.woen this cliy and Winnipeg, whfcli was reported (hts inoruhrf in lie na..Is bflnp icalu- lalued. wccorJIn's TO Sapciiutebdeiu llisloy at noon today. lltvause oC an incident in r.tiUii the Mounted Po- lice were concerned in It was understood V.ero this inonur-s "lra.il No. 0.' hisl nlgnt had taken out the last mail cltrta until ibe was. selileii- At Prince Albrrt PSIXCK AUIKKT. Sask.. May Conditions ilte jeneral strtfce tilu- aiion here unlay arc nuiol. Tho rall- wav mail clerks today rciuscd 10 hau- 100 per cent. Brillsti lir Unsuaco, l ho 'jg 111, feeline; anj Impulse. Mrs. iToiUh divided rlio new Cana- dians Into two main classes, HIDES who were lotoresicd in ibo country ftud those who were irreconcilable. The latter provMed. she argued, es- celleut material for the professional aiuitaior who ib tbe IlUl't IIP inii'l. The Py j summate skill. _ points in their psychology with con-" employeti anadlau Northern Railway t of Oanadlau Northern Railway j' _ i PUT us are tue Oiher 11 I m 'unioas in tho ciiy -will t s.rike j 1 l" 11 votes daring ihe week. Ui I I "O (aTvaitecJ nighi i eicicemeni and the result sonii 1 ihing 10 tbe elleci ol a bomb lense e-' -1 bowel a nd liver wou ibe men ihu ure out. ud ea: Tbe coiiiDicwUI lelesraphwa also i ccuie out on, strike, l rumored in certain circles ihn this 1 sleep tpieiiuuiiy. l me aFoiuI. Utilc KaUs.jwW shortly-eipma iteir vlllineuess V 10 return to work. The Telephone op- only liquid food. Commenced rak Afller-i-ka and cow veifih myrc l' ever anJ eat nod sleep (Signed) George expels AL1, gas and sout-'eratora have also voted stopping stomach distress IX- tug. As already luiioaleJ, the build- ST4.VTLY. Enipliu BOTH ujiper in? will not Jotu In a general and lower bowel, flushing ENTIRE, sirlke. HUmectan' canal. Reaioves ALL foul! The only addition to the ranks of matter ir'hieh poisoas system. OTieu'these WQO have quit worklog are the CURES consiipat'.on. Proventa ap-j express men o[ the Canadian National pcndiciiis. hare sold Adlcr-i-ka' I'ailway. They ba joined ai uoon many It Is 2 niinure of buct-j Thursday, 'by che fretgbt clerks and lliarn. cascira, glvceriuc acd Tte bulk c' ihV freight olher simple IJ- Higia-1 Uacdlers hero arc engaged bf (be botham ,Co, Ltd.. and they are still The k Matter look another vote Wednesday The fc-.itlire in Ibe Kea- cival in Wesley church last iilfthi was the larja Oiurcli CLolr Compel 1- lion lor ihe MvXamara Shield. ivhU'h has been heM by All Saiute' tbofr. IMmontoii. which was uuder the loadershtp of Mr. llarfonl. to ds- [end U Wesley choir. Calsary, with Mr Ntfweomlie ss leader, aud Knox church. Ic-U by Mr. Layiou. Tho rfuderlog ol Uie pieces Eelocl- cd, Usfitf fiercely the by Metidels- sohn, und 'The Dead" (unaccompan- by Keaty was of lha highest order and closely lo by the vast audience. award TVIS made lo tho Calgary choirs In regarJ tc ihe winning choir, tho Judges' opinion was that tho toue and chanvtccr were floe. Tho andante ivns nicely doue'. It was truly dero- singviiE. The basses were good, II. II. Hlgjinbolbaui, geuer-.il sctre- but the baritones somctlmea lost hi siary o( the provincial orgauizaiton of pitch. The Intonation was lierer un- i rdo I'aited Farnifrj of Arberla, oiit- plcapant. It was a very good jicrfonu- J liued the proposal for Jin effective anco, wllh n most carctul caopeniilve lonrketiiig scheme for tbe of expression, nillk and producers oi tiie' pror- The performance of Iho Edmonton TRACTOR AGENCY OPENING A'twuiJOitul opporLuQilr for ono or tuora live jouoe maOj A Ti-aclbr of 1--1S h.p. at-tbe loweit "prlco on record. Llbiral lerrl-> tory. Jjiberal, discoanL'DesIra eiierEottc TJIIQ cipttil, Address enquiries in conltdenco to HARRY NEWMAN, Prwlrfint, x St. Mo., U. 8. A, Plan Needed For Cnnudinniza- tion of Them 100 Per Cenl Ciinndian UIOSTIIKAL, May protest the taking of Uriiish names by foreigners was made Ihls ruornins at the session of tne I.O.D.E. conven- tion al tha Ritz-Carliou by Dan- iels. This speaker claimed that the ince of Alberta whereby Ibe lien of Eupnly and demand can be adjusted by Iraasponme the supplies lo where most, reeded, thereby aTBT- Ihe price lo Ihe advantage or benefit ot holh producer suryer. nnd MU'EIC vras supplied by the Ledvitl X7.F.A. llanil of 30 played Ly young ladles and genrlemea all 100 per cent, fannerd. niciiiatTa cf the Lcavlit local of the U.K-A. Tbe band led lie processioR to ihe c-tinTeniica liall. splashing !u Iht1 puddles on tbe pavement ss .the farmers marched happily along to tlieir nolitic.il morenenl. -The-Cheapest Dependable Haulage System in the Worldl _ Ask us for a'Demonslralioi'i. LETHBR1DGE MOTORS Ltd. ?ramp for JDstauce, aud at ialervnls duriog the conven- shoulj coniiaue to denote ScoUish an- 1 tion ihe music ot tho band will cu- cestry aud should will by iruinicranu from contral Eur- ope. "This is the niomenl Tor tbe Daugh- ters o' the Empire in CanaTla to fcr- Diulate a Canadianfralion program I and lauuch ii Canatllanlzatlon cam- said Mrs. Smith, ol SI. falh- arincs. Mrs. Smith pointed out tbal there TrtTe 55'languages and dialects in Canada. In order to -win tho foreign lioru. she ?airt, the order should fornmlaLo llB policy ou the following lines: 1. To propogate the goapel of Brit- ish ideals and iastitulions among the foreign born. t lie assumed at [liven, the In complimenting the Leavltl Band on iheir pra'.seworthy organization, Chairman. JellifC said [Lai striS-e foV-otber things than wealUw Thtre are things that ara liiglief In A tlesirc for character, inteHcc- tuaj