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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIV. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FBI DAY, APRIL NUMBER OS Miners Down Their Tools In Gt. Britain Many Lose Lives When A Emperor Karl Will Likely Pacific Steamer Goes Down Go Back Into Exile Soon OFFSEATTLE "Governor" of Admiral- Line Rams Freighter Off Port Down RAMMED FREIGHTER SAVES MANY PASSENGERS EX-EMPEROR KARL'S THRUST FOR THRONE IS PETERING OUT of Big Movement of Loyalist Troops Not Borne Likely To Go Back to Conduct from Austria Demanded. I N All Coal Mines in United Kingdom Are Idle Today; Worst Strike in History PARIS, April French charge d'affaires iiij Budapest telegraphed to the foreign office here today that, Queslion Brought up in the Leg- he was unable to confirm the various press reports of Hun- i garian troop movements, adding that absolute calm pre- vailed in the Hungarian capital. islature in Discussion of Railway Estimates j April 1st Sees Complete Tie-up of Great Being Called for To Keep Pumps Going to Save Mines from Flooding Coal Contracts Go to U. S. Mines. LONDON, April work ceased in 'the coal Count Teleky, said the charge's message, was at DECLARES mines of England at midnight with the exception of a in conference with ex-Emperor Charles for whom r v ft districts, and approximately miners were -f.i i SEATTLE, April Twenty- one persons, including 18 pass- engers and three, members of tlic crew of the Admiral line steam-- ship Governor, may have loslj their lives when the big liner sank ofT Point Wilson. Washing- ton, cnrly today, after she had been rammed and sunk by Ihc shipping board slenmer West HarUaiuI. A check-up, of survivors arriv-l ing on the West Hartland when j the freighter docked here .at 10 i o'clock this morning disclosed) the fact (hat nineteen persons j carried on Iho passenger and j crew lists of (he Governor, were; rot accounted for. j SEATTLE, April pas- senger steamer Governor of the Admiral line, en route from San Pedro, Calif., to Seattle, rammed the freighter West Hartland, bound from Seattle to Bombay, and sank off Point Wilson, near Port Townsend, Washington, shortly before midnight, last night, according to messages received by port warden's wireless operator here. Later a report said all passeng- ers were saved. The first S.O.S. received at mid- List of Missing SEATTLE, April revis- ed list of missing, as compiled by newspapermen from the vessel's original passenger list, and after a check of those on the West Hart- land follows: Passengers J. Lister, Margaret Kier, Agnes McLaughlin, Ellen Wooledge, C, H. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. F. Disty, Mr. and Mrs. W. Eyres, Mrs. Eliza- beth Ladd. V. Brulsena, Gladys Woodcock, R. C. Mather, Alfred Ktsean, J. Clancey, Mrs. W. W. Washburn, Neah Bay, Wash.: Miss Sadie Washburn, flene Wash- burn. Crew Grant Christensen. second as- sistant engineer: C. M. Aubrettan. fireman; H. Webster, waiter. Offi- cials said a re-check of the origin- al passenger list, which appeared to be faulty in some respects, might account for several of these listed as missing. Russian Gold Flows to Britain British L'iihor Paper Declares .'17 Bri tish Vessels Have Dispatched Cargoes ent in conference with ex-Emperor Charles for whom a, safe conduct had been demanded of the Austrian govern-; ment. OFFICIAL WARNING GIVEN PARIS, April was glvtn Hungary today by the allies that cf the Haps- burg dynaity would entail disas- trous conwquenot for the Hun- garian nattan. warning ed through council of ambaua- dorm, constituted an ultimatum from chief alMcrf and IMMT MtocIatH. It was given additional point by the fact that It wa> cpmmunteated official- ly to the allied staUt by which Hungary is slovakia, Rumania and Poland, at ieatt three of which, comprltlrifl the "little have declared them- ready to take military ac- tion against the Hapaburg restor- ation. Meanwhile' advices reaching Paris through official, channels gave no confirmation of the rum- ors that Charles was marching upon Budapest at the head of a large body of to replace himtelf upon the throne. Official advices to the French foreign office emphasized that Charles was. still at Steinaman. ager, near the Austrian frontier, aftd that were in pro- gress for his removal from Hun- gary, presumably back to Switzer- land. Direct Budapeit advices carried official denial of the reports that Charles was moving on the capi- tal with troops and declared he was safely guarded at Steina- manger. Troop Movement Denied BUDAPEST, April re- ports that former Emperor Charles was moving with troops toward this NO BEER CLAUSE IN B.C. LIQUOR BILL VICTORIA. Mar. bill for the government control of the pale of alcoholic liquors received its ihlrrt reading; in the legislature today, an ele- venth hour proposal to insert a. lieer clause beiuK defeated, by 34 to 11. (Special to the Herald) -KDMONTONV-- Charles F Ewing, leader LONDON, April Hpvald, the labor organ, today prints a dispatch from its correspondent in Moscow who asserts that he had an interview with Washington D. Vanderlip, the United States financier who when questioned about Russia's trade relations replied: "The best answer is that from April 20, 1920 to March ISO, thirty-seven British vessels brought goods Rus- sia and more are on the way; 150 have comu from Germany, .1-12 from Sweden others from Holland, Denmark and Finlaud and sonie from the Unit- ed States. All these goods were paid for in Russian gold which eventually finds its way back to the Bank of Eng- land.'' the opposition right. George Iload- the "unofficial chief of the opposi- tion-left, and Dr. T. U. Blow, opposi- on right. South Calgary, engaged in saturnalia -ot railway statistics iu the legislature Thursday afternoon f i when estimates for tho E. D. and B. r. and and G. W. were under) discussion. The opposition speaker sought to i bring out that in the case of the E. i D. and B. C. the agreement which the province recently made with the Canadian Pacific Railway to operate the former lines for five rears does not protoct tlie province against any losses that may he incurred during its operation. Hon. J. R. Boyle. tame to .the defence of the premier on this point. The point is important as tlie C.P.K. to ditte hail been losing porno a month in operation of the line. The gist of Premier Slew- art' the j idle today as a result of the controversy over the wage J...... s to whetho- the lino would be built. arrived. .-koy player How You'll Travel in the Future U. S. RAILWAYS''DEFICIT WASHINGTON. Mar. ileftult for .Innuarr of WHI shown for 202 railroads in tbo Unitml Suites in reports submitted to '.ho fiilor- atato commerce com million, Iho As- soclftllon of fUilwny Kiccutives an- mav he tempted to strike in sympathy work was and there with the coal diggers. In such an j money to pay for it." event, the nation would be confronted (lewga Hoadiey. onposi i by a crisis of unprecedented gravity, tion left, demanded that the premier i One uf the largest works in London say explicitly what official was ros- 'I took precautionary .steps yesterday jnr-nsihlR directly for tho over expend! 'and formed a company of special po-1 ture. lice to protect property. Orders were i re.plietl tho premier, after a moment's hesitation, "the superin- tendent is held responsible. That's the man we have to bold responsible." The superintendent under whom, thn over expenditures were incurred, was former superintendent W. R. .Pearee. left thy service some time. >IIM (o take a, position in (he east. Election Talk Mr. Hoadiey aroused some merri- ment when lie called the treasurer's attention to the 1'act that them was no provision in tlie supplementary tir regular estimates for tho .'olding m' a general election. lie presumed therefore, that no election would bu held. Mr. MitcheK relurl.ed that, an ap- propriation couid lie made at a special session, or, lie said, another way would be to hold the election and prn- vide for it. afterwards. Following up thn argument In ihe house the previniih day over bomi sales made for the university. I Ion. j Ceorgo P. Smith -submitted figures on Ihe bond sales and total indebted ness of the university. .Mr, Smith said that the tora.1 debenhnvs issued for tuo university aggregated of which about MOO.OOO was still uimxpended. Tlie. net, proceed-; of money from these various sales was uml the total nirmiinu vutoil for of tho nniver- j issued last night to employees of vari- otts govprnment departments to "stand by'" to report for transport duty if necessary. Strike or Lockout? LONDON'. (April important Khich K't.s arisen in tion with the miners' strict? is wiiet'ne1' flip movement is a. strike or a lockout. ______, "be. mmers and whouicj tar; nidi Ictasiug work, w.l: .be eiu'iled ID th-' EDMONTON. April J'rcmier unemployment dole. Tlfo government Stewart announced ii: the liouse Fri- j 'i: contest for Ui-; ilul-1 nn day afternoon that Norman Harvey, I ground that tho miners in terminating contracts or wage are res- ponsible, for the The government has prohibited the export of coal beginning tonight unless under license. If ihe si.uppage uf work in the mines becomes general (lie gov- ernment intends considerably 10 ro- the railway services. THE DAY IN PARLIAMENT In the Commons OTTAWA. Mar. Replying to a the premier said ho had an- jjubst rilifd to tbr. ido-i. of rroat- i In i- in kupply on ira.lc disi-usriion producers o> cnido. on linen yarn pun i Canadian flav Voles rt'snarch ount-il; ional I'tif' ImnMii, Wf-st India c mi i Canada] I'm- honor-1 and I tiir- j jtlil. and! a iwrlod ol twelve years was An aeroplane tbn liiUmi invention of Hlgnor .Caproni, tho famous Italian u.'roplam1 capable of carrying JOd Ha whips coiusin of.thrvo setn of triphuiPH with an area of leet. Klfihl 1> uroucl it- Hi tcful wnirhi. JWU tnnv pr'tiMug nf parlia-mrntary and depiirt- mental ptibHcntioiis House i mlimirned at midiiipbt. j In the Srnate Uj'ieber Cily, i iiupiiry by Senator llostn. K of ihe j Piictfic coast fisheries tiv.'i'y Ciuiada ami Ihe Stain-; I hei-n I'iilificd. i----- OTTAWA, April 1. ir. Par- i The bouse will again he turned in- j lo supply ior eitimntoH nl' trade and commerce Other estl- i inates to be taken up urn those of I (lie dopiirdnont of the interior anil i' mines. Labor estimates may come I j UP KlfiO. REV. FATHER PUT2 DEAD April J.-Ttev. Kaiher .losoph of the nrr.h-diocese oT KiiiKston. dind last night, an operation for appeniHoiti.s. He. was born in Central Kurope i; t years anu. FARMER PARTY iS A TOHONTO. April K. Cue.ksiniU, M.I1.. Hrantford. who was the principal speaker :il a crowded of the Liiiorftl-i'onsiirvative as- lant nigbt said he had UK ;t dangerous element in tlie roniing election and declared the party hud no just grounds tor its existence. A A ;