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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIII. TWENTY PAGES LETHBRIDGK, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920 TWENTY PAGES NUMBER 114, Rotanan Travels by Aeroplane RE A CH COMPLETE AGREEMENT ON TREATY Two' Million Railway Workers j Are "Fed Up1'on .DEMAND AS NEW-'WAGE. BASIS I WASHINGTON, April further delay in settling the j wage demands of the, "rdll-J road -workers .of tho United Timothy Shea, vice-presirleut ol the Brotherhood of. Jjocomollvo Firemen, told the railway'labor board that the fed up or. promises, and dear] i I red of Mr. Shea presented'the demands of the hostlers for a basic living wage J 0.60 a day, -with dif- ferentials for skill, responsibility, ex- perience and the increase in the cost of living Blnce.tbe.deniands were first presented" lasE: June, v ;Ho that the lessons ienrned'from tho Steel, coal.and railroad strikes was that men will not work cannot live decently on tho wages they are paid. "Get-Rifh-Quick" Girl Lands in ft.Y: Mr. U. 0. SUriion.-.inrfnedlalo.psst president ot the Toronto HoUry Club, kept an Important appointment with Rotariins from other cities in lluffalo by travelling by airline. Above Is shows Mr. Stanton, on the left, with Col. before the start. Giant Canadian Merger ft Steel Firms Will Amalgamate Col. Grant Morden Arranging Deal Which WiH Take Quarter Billion to Coal and Transportation Companies Involved dlfpaU-h .Globe from NswTork says: "Here trim ,with the er presaed intention of getting, rich1 quickly U "possible, Bllubeth'Ouy, .1 )0imi EmKsb "Woman, Ull tonight for where she silt be married to Benjamin 1! Rich, ?n en [glneer, who not met since his home'iifl1 Sussex, 14 I Wbeu nich-yett England, he told Miss Guj, stbool girl, that some day he rtrould seed fonher. i weeks ago'he kept hit and his 'liiriceifteft her borne to come to tho United .Sates for the'wedding V Salvation worker met the young at the pier when she anded and ny her safely on her way to the 'I always understood that people came to this cotralrj seeing said Miss-Gnyilbefore boarding', tho iratn 'I am BO exception It will not bo long before I get 'Rich'" er Side Will Give in and Roads Doing Best to Replace Crews CHICAGO, April strike pt insurgent railroad employees in the Chicago district todiy had developed into a dnish fight, wllh the strikers determined to stand flnn-.untll their demands are stunted and'the railroad managers continuing to Ignore the men is ho, walked out and bending their ef forts toward complete restoration of till freight service Eighty three Her; cent of the normal switching crews ml the district were reported at work nad I a -daily'." Improvement of traffic eondl- dillons1 was noted, the managers'said. Throughout the central and far west conditions gradually Tiere returning to normal, reports indicated MONTREAL, April 24-rIn bank-. rag circles here reports are in cir- culation- that-''Col. Grant. Morden and his associates have completed tentative arrangements with prac-. ticaliy all tbc concerns which will be included In (he new big Canadian steel merger. It is said, that tho whole deal will be'ar- ranged, within the.'next two' or three' weeks and that- thereHs a. possibility of an official announce- ment regarding the, big undertak- ing by.'Miv 1' Earlier estimates of a'possible ol regarded-as Tar below what il will take, to swing concerns to bo included in tho proposed deal, and developments, of the present would indicate a total .capi- talization of an .amount half a.billion dollars. -This would make the dea' by far the greatest that has ever been planned worked out in Canada and would indicate that It will lines of the United Corporation As a. result the new British and include in addition 'the': Steel 'arid Coal Company's complete trans portatlon concerns and elupbuild- iug undertakings San Remo Confeience Brings. Re suits Which Cause Premier i Mlllerand of France to Leave Conference Room Much' George Satisfied Also.' REMO, April complete -agreement with retpect to the the allies shall adopt towurd Germany In connection with the carrying out of {he rxace treaty hit been reached by Lloyd George and'Mlllerand; It wit tttted here today. The agreement WJIB reached during a conference lasting three anl ft half between the two premiers. The French prernler left tyie palpibly delighted with the outcome. Premier Ll'oyd George said' i most satisfactory, A full agreement WAS reached." Hanover last night, ajroused his hear- ers -to enthusiasm when he attacked Confer on Coal De'lverlei SAN ipril Jona British member of the committee, accompanied by tho United 'States members, ar- rived here tbday, to give Information to the'inpreiae council respecting tho pOMibilHie's; of'coal deliveries by Ger- many. Impudent PKRL1N, April Associated Karl former a speech at Opposition Threatens Long, Fight on Clause for Appoint- ment of Returning Officers WANT THEM CHOSEN the government's foreign policy. Amid j FROM PUBLIC OFFICIALS applause, be declared the government 6-j gbt to i have retaliated for the! French occupation of Frankfort' by breaking off diplomatic relations ,with i'Vance and stopping deliveries of. ma- terial called for by the peace treaty. At the conclusion of Dr. Heltfe- rich's, remarks the gathering, which numbered persons, eang Deutsch land Uber Alles. Dublin League Berlin Government Weeding Out Reactionary Elements In Pomerania BERLIN, April Associated government's process of weeding out reactionary elements front the provincial administration cr! Poni- crania arid elsewhere so far has re- sulted In'tho "dismissal of-19 district councillors, nil of .-whom >vcre "local magnates with historic names jit the IVusslan landed gentry. The provin- cial governors ..of .Hanover and .Kpe- iilgsherk and. half a dozen others, In eluding some chiefs of in the Prusslon ministry oi" inter ior, also dismisaed. Others re- signed of their own voHtlon and tho Socialist factions of the. diet have drawn :iip a containing a score whose dismissals they demand. of those dismissed will bo prosecuted for misuse of WHITE CHARGE IN ARIZONA AGAINST CAKRANZA OFFICIAL DOUGLAS, Arrr., April eral president of the supreme military court of who came here to become military governor of Son- ora for the Carrartza is held In bond for his ap- -pcarance In American federal courts on a charge of transport- Ing Senora Rodiguti from Texas here for Immoral purposes. Shs is held under bonds of as a witness, WHAT'COMIES'- OF DRINKING THAT "SQUIRREL WHISKEY" Man Convictedl of Treason io France Is Allowed His Freedom PARIS, Aprtl Cail laux, ex premier1 of France, who was convicted by the high court commerce and correspondence With the enemy, i been set free. He arrived at hit nome In tM-li shortly after 1 o'clock this afternoon f M. acconpfr.ierl by his wife and several friends. He refuted to make a 'f ?f ff Q N. Y. SENATE VOTES FOR BETTER BEER ft ALBANY, N. Y., April v The Now York senate early to- day placed Its endorsement on 2.75 per cent beer by a yole of -v 't't ;