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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta X11I, SIXTEEN P1G1M LUfllBRlDQD, ALBERTA TfgJRSDAY. ,1920 SIXTEEN PACKS NUMBER 95 Imports From U. S. While Exports Reached Onl> ALBERTA PRODUCED TONS IN '19 OTTAWA, April Canadla s coal bill with lln United year readied Hi' Bum for a'lotal toanug 6( ions, to a iKrii'iablcd lu tho bouse of common vjsterd .by Hon. .Sitloii secretary" of sUto Canada' 1919 exports i pt coal were valued anil her total prbilgetlb in 1919 tons. In tho 1 Irom 1910 to 1119 the >aluo Canada s homo produced coal export ed amounted (rom ?5 013 221 for 1 S2li 339 tons, tb f for 1 82C, tons Thus, with oulj three hun ilreii tons moro coal exported, Hie IB. more than doubted Vroducllpn.in4.on5 lor 1519, by prov iuc'os, follbw 'X'dvi-Bcntta; BrunV 577376, Saskatchewan 381967, Alberta, British Colmnbli, 1AOO. Total tons, ol .tons .were anthracite. "tolal'production in-the 10 years, ions. In eluding tons' at anthracite. EASTfiR LILIES nil May completed the tW extension of free freight J This is a i month ami 1 new to 1 TheeoH [late wiattr SirEdwardCarson's Life is Threatened Members From till of one welcome I and ranchers. March andj Aecctoltatejhei con-. U. to- Kill Him MONTREAL, March Montreal Star tonight pub' :k- Hampton, noted film stir and a beautiful clniltr of 'prize winning lilies exhibited by Mrs T A. Constable, at tho Annual Flower Show m the Grand Central Palace New 1 t iUhion Government Weathers Stdrift Period of Uncertainty; -House Settles Into Its Stride Many Japs Killed By y Bolsheviki Siberian Fight' Results in Death Of Hot- 'sheviki Busy Prince Captivates People of Panama 1IONOLULU-, April Associ- ated hundred Japan- ese troops and civilians wero killed in R two-day battle with Russian Bolshe- vik forces at nc- cordlng to a-Tokln cable dlspa'.cU' re- ceived by" tho Japanese newspaper Xippu here. Chinees Anrll li.tispatch .tn the Times- from Peking, duted 29, says tbo Clilncso Kovcrnmeiit.-bas j i eccived a message from iho iloscon-' SnTiel through Commissary at IrkulskvnnnoiinciCK that a Hed army is marching cast to succor the work- men and peasants Ill-Siberia from tho "brigands Kolrhak, Kenionoff, Hor- v.ith and their Japanese allies, and es- tablish everlasting peace." I Tho communication espressos lior-i ror at the crimes committed Clilnx and undertakes lo annul all treaties and renounco all privileges improperly acnulriid from China. PANAMA, April 1 Greet crowds lined the street' en Wmslsstleally cheered 'ot b.8 -went to'jlift'eiecu' toe mtunlon'to'piy a foriral on President large were the that surg cd JJircish ths str.ats the progress of the royal visitor 3 car very alow.' At theipresident's home foried to go to the balcony from ;whicii ho bowed 'his cckaowiedgemeata1 to Jib.a crowd, Liter the inspected the Pacific defenses: of the ..canal and reviewed discharged British West Indian soldiers. -.He.was-the guest of honor at a banquet' the president here la t night, j- A feature of ball the dinner iasX'nighl n hoaor ot the Prince was 6t MIs? C-foliHe 'dangn' ter of a canal zanf emrlojee a partner m several dan-os Ho had presented but s6e- irig her dancing, he asked that be WE Introduced. NO HERALD TOMORROW I tne a 1 Herald irill not publish norUnt world AWE yiUTio but letfucd ADVERTISE Government Legislation Now Hblds Centie of Interest With Naval and Railway the Has Been Accomplished So Far OTTAWA April Canadian' federation of a definite tnird part> Jn {JOINT DEYELOPMEiNT, AND MINES' TOK10, April eichan- Kes oatweeii the Chinese and Japanese 4] in Pekln in regard to Sbantunj show a gradual entente, according to ad vices. They seem to agrea on the fol- lowing conditions: 1. That Kino Chau bay IB returned to China made au open' port. To make rstlways a joint enterprise hetwesn -the Chinese and Japanese, both contributing the aamft amount of capital. The shares for.the Chinese to be paid liy the Japanese for the time uemj and to become Ihe property o' Shantung province 3. The mining rights to be dispos- ed of in a similar manner Japaii will be given, the precedence for de- velopment and traneportaiion at coal and Iron mines, salt and foodstuffs. Indirect negotiations aro.reported to have been completod-and direct tlations will be opened before lone. a month otjh'e melon completed, parlla-nent has set- tled dovi. 10 worn olonj customary lines At the outset there much The legislative program lacs in interest to be politiraUBitua- hip he brcmlej; awa> the leaderi- nioftlf K .A Iftohl, Wyounfe luni was wearing the mantle of Lailne and flnslly, there was the growing strength of .-'the; Farmer, movement I with tho first appearance Blnco. con the houEC-. So, on all hands, therq was comment on. might ho forced to In event, a gen pral election would not come In the fall: --j Now, after weeks of session the' r f has the (.-and em io'centw ct 1 So far, chief hefore (he tioiiso has been 1. Adoption of the address ty a Ten Per Them Bedevil ling the ProfegsioirDeclares. TORONTO, April par cent, of the in Ontario Is obtained on doctors'- prescriptions, J. Flavelle, chairmmh of ihe license boards stated, to the public accounts committee of .'legislature today. "And my assumption that from 0 to SO per cent. of. prescrlp Settlement of Bituminous Coal Miners' Wage question ileached I NEW YORK, April new waRO agreement of the bituminous mine workers disposed of, -John Lewis, International president of the; United Mine Workers, today turned j his attention, to the negotiation of.a.i' new contract for the anthracite niin-1. era. lie that steps would bo j taken' to" bring abnut satisfactory" adjustment In tho hard coal Industry without further delay. Officlel copies oi the bituminous wage agreement signed hero by ropro-1 United Farmers' Board of Polit- ical Managers Protests Clause in Franchise Bill Ions are not iiecessiiry.uTider act.' o continued. "I cast ,tio-' reflection 3 n the a'J J whole. Ninety ptr cent'-pf Hie medical rofession le'js.than 10 WIHNIPBG, April olatlon of the section In the Fran- chlse Act, introductd In the fed- enl house, which makes It Illegal political pur- poses, was', at the meeting of the'United Farmers', board of political manacort, held day. The opinion was, ac- cording to W. R. Wood, secretary, that ths clause was aimed tbc Farmers' moyfiment. Many felt, sild, that If the government actually proceeded to enact this legislation popular Indignation v.-ould bi co aroiucd that no party (ho govornmant would need large campaign fundt. BA.RNARDO .CHILDREN ARRIVE April firs time in flvo years a. pnrly of chlliiren from the Ur, nnrnardo homo arrived ii Mnnirr.-al last evening. There wen ID1 girls and 54 in Iho contln gcnl, %vhlch Dr. Clurk, tho Immlxralion ociwvllneiil. inentnl specialist nt 3t John, Iho "fdtur Mothers and fathers o' A striving illustration of how the advertisements In the Herald gat home, In the way of bringing rMtiltt, Is illustrated In the ex- perience of run on Sat- urday for hD Confederalon Life InturSnce'Co., which has opened a branch In he city. On the Mon- ,'day: before the "manager, Mr. Norman, reached there'waa'a from the Crow's Nest Paso waiting to see'him. He had read the ad in the Herald and was there to take out' a policy from what he had teen. A policy of 15 years' endow- ment was promptly tekeri out af- ter an interview with Mr. Nor- rnirwilh an annual premium of, On Tuesday morning, untoliclt- etf, a lady called at the office, af- ter reading the advertiae- ment, and took out an Insurance on-a 20 years endowment, with the annual premium of In the-.'caces mentioned ths In- surance company more than paid the cost of the ad, to say nothing reoults which wilt trans- pire through the Influence of the :same. government majority of-34, 2. Ratification ot the Bulgarian peace treat} with tbe almost inevlt ahln debate on the league of nations. B. Tabling ot the Jcllicoe report on Canadian naval policy, 4. Presentation ot ,matn -estimate! for an expenditure of JSST.O.DO.OOa dur ing tho coming fiscal year. 5. Tho franr.hleo hill. C. Presentation of the budget fo tho Canadian mercantile marine showing a net pr'ofit 'earned by eminent tramp steamers last year o _______ 7. Presentation'of the budget fo ;Eoveniment railways showing a.tots Will. Get..'Parliament Neverjdefjcl'. (including the Grand Iran Asked For arid Make Sue- Pacific) of Ccnstltuticnal Amendments Debate on the Diilgarlan peace treaty, apart from points regarding Hie covenant tlis league, brought forth an announcement of probablo consllEiitlonal changes great im- portance. The ivuesllon had been put. reenwood To Succeed [ThersoR Peaig ation And Canadian Will Get the Job LONDON, April Globe says She rtsisnatlon 'of tan.'Mac- Ph'trson, chief secretary for. Ire- land, has >been accepted. Mrl MacPhereon probably vvill he suc- ceeded by Sir Hamar Greenwood, under-cecretary for home affairs, the Globe Other newspapers cnnounce de- finitely that Slr'rUmsr has been offered the post. cess of it scntatlvcs of operators miners of.; the central i-ompetltito Btatos, beinj sent out to the various dixtrlcts today. More than mine work- LONDON', April Canadian Associated majority of 254 1m- the second reading of (ho home rule hill was ;liandsomer than pected. Sir Kdward Carson and the Dleliarites .ahatiined, the why, it Canada were a It should still be necessary to go to the Imperial parliament for amendments RESIGN ATION. ACCEPTED LONDON, April Mac- Pherion, chief secretary-for Ire- land, has resigned his office, and the resignation has been accept- ed, It was- officially announced this af.ernoon. ers will receive the' 272 per cent. la -the new which j ea into; effect toUay and continues i r two yt-arc. There will bo .no in-' crcaso in production in tho bitumln-i roscriptions (ha pthci'j aesnlt of theslgiiugot (he now wage agreisicnt. according to; T. L. I-6wis. secretary of the "Xaw: .0 por Iho pro- Mr. Flavelle >tatecl thit ditrlns tho consintlns of Labor 13, Independent) 0[ ,hc nrllislr North America, Act; To L-'.berals 20, Cdiwervulives :M, Nation-j (he Of jualico replied. alls-la .7. Excepting duriiiB the lost: Unt wns 1n consultation .with hours, when Sir. IMward.Caraoii and nttoinoy.-i-geucral of (ho various Ihe premier Hpofco. tlio house wAs prarinces to nee !f Minn arrangement nevc-r crowded. Tlio general opinion nnt is that the really important slago of j Of the provluces, the tlio bill-will b'e In committee. Uominlon parllaiuciit would hare auth- Tho London Times describes Sir the constitution. Edward Carson's speech as in greater part a reiRjertion of tho Orange'faith (Continuecl-on pago all.) in lit barahot all Its pro-'------------________ vlucialUm, and jcc- j" tariau bigotry: The Tlrnci admits that the ahiilty of It is unqucfttlonahle and concludes: "One.know when ho sat down Ihati lie hod cot iiv fo cay just the one noble.' JBKiteroua thing that he fenced ahoul i j wilh so raany. spikes. Ulster will' i h.ivc R parliament though It never, llYTOnCCEPl U. control-they had made a. profit Mr. I'lavelle snld' Hint joard had been to Coal ot west Vir- cnr is ,n asked fw ono and will make n STIC- i Cn0rmons for! down the number tho ilr. l.Cwls flff far there had. been little-fulling off Ihe demand for-lluuor'slnco the irasslng o( Iho fcdorAl order-In-couii' ell. "Ft you consider that tho profit from this business ihould not be added, declaring that there was "no poaalblc chance" ol tho operators; meeting It- Hfe'tslimaleil the was 10 per.cent. than lliO out-i put. Hcoause of'tlio car shortage tho. in-lho genoral, fund, you CM, operate only from 60 mark It for some BUcli caula as moth era eatld Mr, "Thero ara no pe-rioM mo'ro entitled lo the RUSSELL CAOE APPEALED WINX1PEO, A'rril R. 11. Tliissell nedltlmt caso appeal ft will lie made lo the. flrlvy council ths defense 't counsel slntcil Appeals In tho cases 6f the strike leaders arc bclnz prepared; but will not be preacnled ulitll ,af- tcr Iho niwseli case-Is hcaril. tf per cent, of 'the time, ho said. DELAWARE SLA.MB WOMAN SUFFRAGE DOVER, Delawart, April Ratification cf the equal suffrage amendment was defeated lower houw ofxlhc legislature to- day. Tile vote VMB 23 to 8. 'PEG TAILORS STRIKE WINNIPEG, April blind rctl nieiuhors of Ihe tailors' unit ol tho One Blfi Union went on stvlte lo- day after lalluro lo (ompromlsft with tho Master Tailors' Association1. They are deinnnAlnj a wneo incrcasn for wlilcV il'Amiunzlo wont to Flume, and to in-, sure to "that dty a possession ot Ilii, iiort find railways. GENERAL POP'S JOS ST. JOHJJ, X. B., March has.been received from Halifax thai. CHICAGO STOCKYARDS' FEEDERS'.STRIKE OVER CHtOACO. Tlit strike an army of men Is to be moved which Hod ill" Chlcnpso across Canada within the next fen- (or four chyjt ami to weeks, The men are CzechovSlov.ikUll packins troops n-ho have been TUB HAGUE, March Dutch army, haa. been appointed win'. Ister o( war and a'so minister of.the navy ad Interim, Tlio government piaiis lo abolish Iho posts of war and navy and to create a ministry of de- fense. statfone.1 In ami It is said that they arc being to thulr Knrnpo by wa> of the Dominion to avoid travelllns through Bolshevik territory and ncii- Iral hers, wns loda'y. the ftier. aKreeiHK.10 rciuni to work nnd nrbitnUc their -xngn diiler- cncos. More than naokiug-hods; Dmnloyoea were thrown but or ivorS when feeders ami ftocl; litindlors (iiilt SWITCHMAN KILLED WIN.NU'KO, April lloyil, single; aged 30, a cttlfchmiin cii'.uloycil in Iho terminal yards here; was fatally InjuroS last, nljht Ins crushed bctn'teit >VTO frclgbt i-art. ;