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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LKTUBIUDGEj ALBERTA. SATl WUY. AUJl'ST 2, 19HI NUMHKR Outlines Programme for His Trip Across the Rockies to Reach High, Altitude VANCOUVER, Aug. 1 timetable for the Irani-Rocky _ flioht, which started befofc day- on Monday, .lias been Ar- ranged as follows, by Capt; Hoy. who (a to pilot plane for the prize: Leave Mlnorir, 3.30 a.m. Arrive Vernon, 7 a.m. Leave Vernon 8 a.m. Arrive Grand Forkc, 10 Grand Forks, 10 a.m. Arlve Cranbrooh. 2 p.m. f Leave 3 p.m. Arrive LethbHdge, G p.m. ,Leive Lelhbridgc, 7 p.m.--' Arrive Calflary, JM5 p.m. This lime table Capt. Hoy thinks he will have no difficulty In living up to, provided no unforeeen dlf- flcuttles are encountered. Even should he be able lo save no time off the table be arranged, Capt. Hoy will arrive In Caigary with a margin Inside the 18 hours which fs the limit allowed by Ihe terms under which the flight is being made. V V V 1JKNSION BOARD IS MOW J'lLLKl) UI> HON. A. G. MACKAV- FAVORS IRRIGATION' TOUO.NJO. Aug. tloD SB an Insurauto ngalnat crop fallurc-q-lii flic west again urged upon Iho federal overrule ui by Hon. A, O. Mat-- Kay, minister of at- fairs for iho Alberta goreni- menl, and J former leader of tku opposillon ID Ibe Ontario legislature, iu au iuwrvicw hire. Hon. Mr. MacKay dnnvs a striking contrail between non- irrigtucd 11 ovt1 OILS and thosu un- der irrigation. OTTAWA, AUJJ- ap- polntrntnU have been, made to the board of pension ccmrnission- John L. Thsmpspn will by vill be Hying in the course o[ liis trip will be Ihe feel t lid the v-'ill havo lo lie "niakea thc short cut wliU'h he intcnJa lo I'roclor, leaving Hie line of llicjvcma Valley KaiMvay at fijis point anil flying i on an airline across Koolcnay Lake' and thc mountains lo Cranbrook. GoliiE through the Crosvs to Lctnliridcc llic nvlator Mill have to I fly at about G.OCt) to tnahc llic- passage] 'ttiroiigh, As Hie- Cwn-j adian J. N.-4 plane, which he is usingj on The trip, Is supposed lo be able feel. Capt.' 1'loyv anlicipales 'lillle -difficulty in Al.TVlinoru I'urk on Tliursilay'aHer- hooii there were a.number ot visitors cut to tee the'.piano in jn'hlch the ,Yl- tempt Capl. IK'yf- ppafii.'Wr llifi movies Aug. strikers were i hilled nnil five "sc-rlousir wounded nil p -i i UJIEC) yesterday during dtsliirhaucos allendhig (lie great strike In Unit city. Troops tailed upon. lo. put down demonstrations were eluueJ by strik- J trg and-fired a volley Into iheir :is-j causing the casualties. ijOXOOXt Alig. Uerfin Nine Killed x rurrcKpimtonl 'm n tllspjilcli ilnu-il 1.0NDOX. AUK. dispatch [rum s Ijinls'al great ten Geneva under dale of Friday says Bion in IJerlln and Ibe poss'.bSlily ot that dUrin- fierce noting nt Basel ,in fatc in (lie summer Ly llie wltli Iho--strike Ibcre, ;yationalisia lo carry out a mlillary iroops Ilrcd sIrllvGTs, Tiillinn l nine nnd a., large number TLu Elriko .'a nlinoEL Kcncral in scoyo TAKK I'AI'KK AU'AY I'HOM Till; 0. Ii. I'.! WINNIPEG, Aug. Big Union leaders have taken unjusti- fied possession of the Western Labor News, international represen- tatives Eald today, and It was an- nounced that a new press com- mittee was appointed, empowered to take over trip paper and issue it as tht international organ of Lhe reorganized Trades ani Labor Council. It is explained that all business following (he report of the One Big Union committee was irregu- IVUUj'- TJic atmosphere hi UcrlTn i is bcctiiuiiif surchnrgcd ou-ins.lo Ihe j recent disclosures am) recTiuiiiialipna i thcni. Ttic material thus fnr produced Is IragjncnlnryT Iwl the parties arc in tbc advan- j Ligc over tlm ujijiuncnls by having control ol iloouincnts. Nrj one" has conic.out of the jiffalr iveli, but I lie' Nationalists iwuliauJy bavc Ltieii New" Socialist Government., of Hungary Will Seek I't'iicc With Ihe AUios VIENNA, .Auj. Kun, the Hungarian communist dicta- tor, has resigned and has been succeeded a" Socialist govern- ment, according to a telephone message from Budapest. On re- ceipt of neyvs frorn the fronl that created consternation in Buda- pest, Kun, at.a meeting of the viet Socialists, palefaced and his back to the declared: "Very, well, if you demand it, I must resign. I made ihe best fight I could." Labor Unions.Favor Gov'l I-Q.VUON. Aug. dispatch to the jcchaiigc. from L'optTihugeii guys it. re- lortcd Irom Budapest Ilia I the gov- ernment of Uela Kun lias rcFlsticd.- (Hides unions Jiavc termed n So- povLTumenI, (be dispalclt adds. New Government Seeks Ptace VIENNA, Aug. [or ;acu vv'.lli been mude iv (lie new gorcrnineul of Hungary, .bns liccn sot uji in icccssioiulo tLe regime, Uela ulio resigned his dicljilorship. has bceu fnniii'3.ed a safe .coiidiitt liy ihe allies and is NO PUCE Cabincl Changes al Oilawa OHicially Announced by Prime Minister .liritish Gonipcvs Advdcaies Fair (urcs tiVliilor .tuning up :his eogiDC anj BeHiDR ready. Russians Massacre rews J LONDON, Aug. Polish sources have received re- ports tnat Gen.' Creoorleff's troops, which are occupying Odes- tn, GUT rounded the Jewish quar- ter which lasted three and nights, Ru'islan soldiers of it is said, carried out (he massacre. Tlie Jewa of Ukraine and Bessarabia have pro- 'a mourning period of 14 daye. AMSTEIIDAM, Aug. Al a niecl- iug ot the hi lei-nation a. I latior congress yesterday, tlic new. system of vollng Jor rcjircscfitallvcj to Ill's HETT Inter- aalioiiaJe wliirh one vole for every .tiuarlor million workers rep- reaenlcd was adopteil by the congress by ii vole of 21 to G: During Hie Daniel Tobin. 'a L'niled Sla'tos delegate, "contested nropoaillon regarding., rcprese.n- :it future congresaea, lie de- clared thai iicilhcr llie United Stales nor HrUalu accept any plan tlial Pfojicr renrcscn- laliotr to- mem'bcrsliJp, re'r.l Unporl of llic campaign Is more significant than might at first, sight. H is not merely u stiuahlJlc aljout past history. Dotli Aides IJHVC been sparring Tor au advan. lage "becHuso or ihe expected decisive puliticu] Ibat la approaching. "Despite Ihe supCTficlul tranqullily of'life here, ihe Inner tension remains as as ever anrf'possiWy Ihe l.ile summer an tiitcmpt at a mili- tary coup by the N'atlotinllsls. "There were Indications'of this in monarchist denfcmslrations by two rcffinieirls last when ilicrc was TI' display o( new black, unite and red Hags ivilh appropriale music. More- over, sonic days ago u Russian war 'flag.was hoisted at thc (tfilace by llie occujiying troops ami js slill Numbers of pol-lical arrests have been martc_ under murtial- laiv in Various parts oE the TEfiUL Men Hescind Strike Older' and 'Accept, a New Wage Schedule Aug. car scr- yicn nas restuiiod today a four- 4ay Hlrilfe of nnd tarmcn.' HeaumpLlon of traffic floon (ollonod 'Ibe announcenieiH that thc men .had'voted, to rescind'iho strike uVdcr nnd-accept the n-agc'jFphcdulc of C-5 hour for aurfart and 67 cents. lor the. .''elevated 'empioyecs, agreed nn'laai "Monday by the heads of the un.'ons and the Ilcarlnga begun today by inenl froni North Saltord, plcndcd >viili the congress Co recojjnizc Ih'e uectssity fov Torming a practical organization. ieavine" llie rcanonslblllty in -ihe liaruls of tljoae lia'vc been Icadnr.q hi llie improvement ol Ihe conditions' nf workers. Mr. TlllcU Jcclarca tlmi the English-speaking t-ouiilric.i desired lo conllnuo lo participate in" (ho con- gress, Lul they could not do po unless proper represenlaUon Vna trrniiicd Micro, Samuel Gomjicrs flcrJared lhal Ihe 1 United Slates must have a. Tlic Uuitetl .Statea, he .said, no of-" (n llio congresa, ljutirnrsitio pei> niUcri to have a proper -.voice In dc- tcrmiuing will be. W. A. Applelon, secretary -ot the general CcdcraUon'ot trades unions or Oreal llrilnlri, -ivns elected prcstrtcnt conercBs. He vns proposed for offlco hy, Samuel president of of Applelon iv ft a dioacn by'31 -Votes as BgHlnsl IS ton President Oudcgeal nf Ihe Dutch labor federal (on, Leon Jouliaur, the French labor kAdcr, WHS chosen first vIcc-praMenl, receiving 30 votes to JO for Lcfion, presi- Iradca unions. declined lo ac- cept Uio second vice'-urflstdcncy or nny other' office, nd lie said, Iho mccl- to rclugc it i Necessary lo Summon Troops to] pointed. OTTAWA, Aug, new members of the cabinet are offi- cially announced. They are: Minister of Henry Draylon. formerly chairman of Ihe board of commissioners. Sir Henry succeeds Sir Thomas White. Minister of Tol- mie, M.P., of Victoria. Dr. To'mit: succeeds Mr. Crerar, The. resignation of Hon. F. B. CarveiL as minister of public works has been accepted. Mr. Car- veil has been appointed of the bcTard of railway commis- sioners, to succeed Sir Henry Orayton. The successor to Mr. CarveH in the department of'pub- lie works has not yet been np- Cabinet Changes Properly Sirili- in hondon liis Vile would be if ha sinai lie il in DudnpesL. The peace overture's ivcrn made by Jacol) president uf Ihe >ork- jrs' suvict ot Hungary. Arriving in Vienna Irom Budapest, Ilerr askeil Col. Cunhingliatn, the leaufug enliitlre fit jc other nliled offiriuls imre lo lizti Hie' iicw and Irent fur peace. new -Hungarian caTTiuet. is pn> V-dtd ivaa fpinieily minister of Hie, people's wel- fare- hv cabinet; Ttie cabinoi contains provisionally many members of the former licta Kun ministry. Thu crisis in situation pest safd TO have been'.due lo effect ol the allied noie issued'at Taris last Sunday, issueu HL raris lasi aunoav, ivarrujs., tlie they must set up a! truly responsible gorcnnncnl anrt the i Loifcdo" JIU- OW successful advaiicu oC absnncc .of policemen who LIVERPOOL, Aup. and rioting occurred during ftie night a's a result of the strike of rjolicemen and Ihe -orrl ar appealed lodny lo mil- llary authorities for aid. The lat- Icr sent six lorry loads of troops frcm Crosby, six miles frofii here, all fully armed, while special can- stables were also called out. The looting continues In Ine poorer districts this' morning anil lord mayor "asked tor volunteers to help guard the cily. _' The Liverpool "authorities fol- lowed 'he example of the London officials In expelling striking police officers. Loyal police uific- ials of Liverpool' made several bayonet there were half a In the al- icrripl to chec'k'ihe looters. Diirrng'.the day .the strike spread, lo' on the opposite. Liverpool, strike 'patrols bringing', out numbers of Thc shops of farokers and other merchants there are being looted. FEW NEW RECRUITS LOXUOX, Aug. was some d iii east end of ihe niglil owing to [he Eight Thousand Workers, He imiining With Internation- als, Form New Hotly Aug. The WEmilpe> Trades nnd liihor Council wa ganizcil lasl night by II. A. Ili (leiiitfy of the president of (lift Ton Trai'is anil Uihor Congress. ly-tivo dcleGalca were present. Unwilling Soldiers Tlie'soviet mitititry forces were saif] lo Jiave been mluctd hnwil'- ing soldiers lacked ammunition and were hurasscd.ljy the guer- illa warfare of peasants.. This force was safd lo Iinvc been UiorourJiJy de- feated ip-arly today. The HniiRarians iverc said to liave surrciulercd or lied when a Rumanian division crosseil the Tlic'.ss river at TJera'-Fureif. Hu- liiaaians nlso look SzoJuok, -cultiiiff' the Butlripesl railway., i SlraRglcrs fioin Ibe soviet army Droughl ihe news of Uie Rumanian, advance. Tliey said (lie enemy only U3 miles Trom the cajiilal. Held Celebration Hungarian rtfuyeos here held a tele- bra.tfon tuiiight over, (ho' downfall of coiniuitiiisin. Officinls here snid llio reconstruction of the HangarUm sov- ernincni was expected IQ Improve K'tnalioii in Austria, danger of (Hsnnlers. news of Ueln Kun's (lownfnil hundred and fifty-two 'police- men are now-reported to bo ouUal Liverpool and SS3 iti accord- ins to tlic goverismciit ofOcials. The r.inks oC Ihe I-ondori strikers were said lo have gained only ,1 handful of rc- f.nuis us indicated by this mornine's roll call. _ ___ In Liverpool bayonets were properly from lue lootiiig, (lie Greater part' of iflilcli occurred Ihe night, wheij iu any shop windows woTc sranahc'J, Tho jcwelera suflerccl mosl at Ihe hands of thc raiders. A large soldiers with stalioiicd to fixed Hon. Martin Burrell remains in the cabinet for the lime being. Should he dcccde to retire later, il ;s announced, n successor will 1 be appointed from'British, Colum- bia. Appoinlmenls involve three byeTlections. A seat will have to be found for Sir Henry Dray ton, Dr. Tolmie will need to be! re- elected, 2nd the appointment ot Mr. Carved will entail his retire, menl from the commons. Sir Henry Drayton was sworn In today as minister of finance. Sir Thomas White's Farewell OTTAWA, Aug. rclir.-'ng'from office today; Fir Thomas While sVid rliai lie greatly the lionor and ol havintf been permit-- ted to pervc Hie people of Canada aa minister ol finance for (lie .past eigl'.t years and especially during tlie per- ;od of llio war He desires to thank the pnnlic gciieraUy for sup- S'veu to the Itaign nnd cariicsllyMicspeaks n co'n- tiuitation of for tlio of Ibis fall, he hls successor and he of Uiu-grcfil. Doniiiiiou loans an'slnp bill of Ih'e war. i During'Sir Thomas WhJtXs.'tcrai of office important Sir Thomas' Letter Corrospondcnce Uie ,r and Sir Tljomas made public tort ay, _that'Sir 'Tbomas wrole the premier on fol "Dear Sir ICoberl "Before you lelt for Knglaurl InsL I be relieved of rity dmies as intnisler o.f finance, po'nling oul that my health had I m paired uy ihe long strain find resjioiigibiJity nhicfi.linrl rested upon me continuously during.thai period of war aiid Curther that my. personal affairs, which for itje last.cfgtiLyears or'niihlic liCe I liave Vten obliged lo almost n my immediate return lo private, business A', your 1 lo re- n and discharge ifitf duties' of acting premier during your, absence on Ihe understanding ,t quantity of gooJs Mao was stolen from on tnc unuersianuinB ;IQW the sheds on. (he docks, flic loss. jt Npon your rclyrn, my tlic ahcds ilocks. Tlic loss, it fs will rim inlo tbousandg of liounds. Some of the troops were placed on pnlrol outside the town hall and olhers jn Ihe Scotland road area, where llic greater part of (he looting iraa 8.00B workers who Imvo cull' atuck IrA.e.r lutornntioniK be represented Al !.Tic iraaj iiot aiadc public InniicJiftlclr, ICT iu Dudapcst or Vienna. Before and it ww nnitmmced session to dlscnss jneans for the jire- vc-ntion ot nny possible violence. Mcfinwhilc, allied .-Col. Homanelll, -of Ing slei'3 lo protect hue Friday lessen hie iho look plate. All tlie polir-emcn wlio went on 5lrjko Lten illsuiissetl the service. nexl gnthcriiK of Ibe body. Tlic num- erical strength of the who hail affilialian ivllli (lie.premier labor: body prior to-lhe split as H rcau'f-si] llie One Big Union movement was fin- proximntely Is thc'lhlrd orcasio'n on Viittiv rcorganlznllon of llic slill in llnclapcsl. and 1 ley clc r Counc I prcsldcnl. ce Trades fng appcaroti lo llio Ger 6. public 'utlMUcs com'nilaaloii lolThe AuaLrlans RJao'rcfuscd to accept rfetermlnc wlii hour Increase in wages given lo Ihe M fia In (nro bo y llic ]7 cents nn TOnOXTO. Jlr.i. Clurlcs SPAIN TO JOIN THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Cleorge, A Toronto yrllcr, known Ida 'Web- Bier, hiiRtisnrl eill- (orof-'hc Toronto Worlrf. slalcd IhM afternoon, Dial Intended to ho a bnc Iho Toronto rid- !ngn Inylho comlnK provincial general MADRID, AUQ- senate .She did. not namo tlicr (oday Voted rf bill njlhorWng the rldhiff, Ihc Government to Join, thq Ifague cf Woman (o announce jts a can- natloru.' 11- Office. M. leader. M'a elected sec'oml Tlco-pic'alcleiK. Twcnly- clRht votes cast for hlin, (he (Irr- ra.ln, AiHtmn 'and Scanillnivinn rtclo- gains not Doling. The German delegates staled today thai the defend cir tliolr nltlllnlc dur- ing tlid irar, Hi a [ircvfoiiA Gcaslon, had bcCii. rcoclvcd badly (jc- cnusc it. was nol'wcll IrnnslMed. said llicy did not agree entirely wllh IhG resolution offered {by Iterr Sasscn- hacli, Ihe German 'Socialist leader.' whlsli was erlllclicd being "unrc- (ml ther repudiale It. (hey dl.J not Thep. was James Winning, president; Aider- cJllor J. Ircasnref, find in fad nil the old officers, of the body were This was not the case with (he coinrtiKlccs. Their ranks liarc depJelcd and Ilie eJoc' tlons lo fJll Ihese vacancies will bo liclil al llic regular meeting ol tlic hotly ncxl u'ghL Txtcnl 313 of Hie Urolricrli'jort of Car- Iliat Ihe Trades uiid Labor Council AS at present constituted ivna opposed lo llic best Interests of thc worker. TO WITHDRAW TROOPS FAOM ARCHANGEL 1'AHIS. Aug. Nlcliolas, Tscliai- president of tile -provisional government Of lutssla, left yes- lerday for Ht wtll cndeavof tb'lndncc liiu nrltlsh govcrumciit not Its Irooiis froui el.- _ PflOCLAIM OENEHA1. STRIKE ZURICH, Aug. I executive committee canton of S0leurcr h ed 'fleneral strike. Tht labor ol Ollcn, prpctafm- v Premier I'cidll is said by'those who iw him lo be a, eourageocs jpaii ilfnute Ho lias been n (yjio- and editor and a work- _er. Minister of War llaubrlch tor- Tncrly was chief ot police nl Dinlapust nlid la'rcporlect lo tie nn ist. 'Minister ol JuslJco paraml and MJnls'lcr ot Education Szabo were in 1Kb Karoy cablncl. Fprsona In loucli ivllTi Ihe In iiudapcal said U (heir under- standing that 'he members of 1'ie. csiillnii'iig mlnlslry were doing ?o in ofdcr to save themselves anil Uieir' not remain fit offtcc Chlef Task lo Preserve Order COPBXHAOKN. Aug. diai-alch Iron lludaiicst announces Uial n pure- ly Socialist government has liccn formed under Icaflc-rsliJpjof Herr I'oldJl. Tho govcrnnicnt lian la- Sued n manifesto, llie advicea 'nrtd, dc- clarlns that itf? chief (nsk bo lo intertialfonaf order and enter (nlo negotiations cnlcnlc. WON'T RELEASE SEAMEN'S SECRETARY MELBOURNE, Aug.' 2. Australian government 'todjy re- Jetted the conditions under which (he aeanlen agrcftd 16 re.- 1 lurn to work. The definitely refused to uleate See- Walsh of (he seamerj'a. unfop, one of (he Ihe Eoveriimcnt would, be accepted.-In view of llic the reasons intnlioncd. .r hereby lender njy rcsjgnjliion tis minister ot finance ivitli Ihe recruit thnl'JL le imuiedlato- accented in ordct Ui'al 1 may -lako a_ much needed rest. If at Jtriylini it (o you .thal.hiy counsel n a.sslslajjQc would lie 'of1'service lo thc EOVL-ninicnl. you will, 1 fefil confldeul: Snot liesitatf In call iipon 'rae. l'tnm happy (o be to state that I Icaro office upon (ernis of accord 'witli m? jiics, to all'ot who in 1 feel "bound SIR HENP.Y DRAYTON "New Mmi3ler-of Finance, SIR THOMAS WHITE Retiring of Finance. co-o.peraliori and ns- Eoclalioo in' public, ii Hairs' will always Have hajiny niemorles for me. "It my, hope, t continue (.o dis- furllicr "perloil Mbo Government To Be'Rcpmenlcd Convcnlion By' Premier 'and Two'Civby inet Ministers WIN'MPKO, Auy. delegation from tliC'iirovindal Liberal wucns In Iho Dominion Liberal convcullou. 01- lawa, led by t'rtmtnr N'prrJa, Krtward DroH'.ie and Hon. JDrT'f horiilon. Jeavc.1! WlnnJptff-'Sdnrtay nioriihjg. The stand Inkcn Jiy provincial IL was unnounceiVJs ,lhat thc iirorinctifk Is.-nut nccessaftly tiring- lup HFCK of Uboral Dominion jiarly. Il f.hat Iho, provincial parly had siipporled Unlofi goTcrn- ment since ils but, Owing (n inc changing ot lho'sfatii5. of ('IB ronijlry.from a wflr to ft neate basis, parly docs lecl bound to lhal nMcglnricc. If the ntw Liberal ;pjirty adopts A plat- form and elects a lender noijn accord- ance with the VlaUonn teXrlcr lliat llie'iirovlncial a Ihlnk )hr; t t-olleag1 willi ties As to yourself, I-can not cay lioV greatly "I .ayiirccialc llio'.kind-' ness, coiisldcralioji aiid'tonrlcsy which you have al nil timca and! which will rc-mavri Almost -plcajr" anl memory ot our associtvitoii tturinif the trying ami critical.period through which Canada has passc'il..' iniich believe me, as ever, 'Youis W Premier's Reply, On July 30 Sir HolieH llofdcn wroto llic. following reply1 lo Kir tliomas VVlfllc! v "My Dear Sir Tlioniaa AVh'te: "Von. require no assurance that rour final decision .lo .rellritluli'U your dxillcs ns minister ol fhnSnce has beeii i Iho intimation', contained in your let- ter, that 'you -n charge diirijig, highly important.duties ol ,thc plficn from yon are now rellrlng. It is due lo you..hoover, shgiild express my comprehension nnri appro-. of ihe pcrsonnUreaaona have Icd'lo' yotir decision; "With every, goort >visli, believe youra, '-'R. 7 Congraluiatc ______ "VIptOUlA.'Aug. Simon F.. tlio. minis-: rejtard anil ler of agriculture, notified pbyr wire (his moniijig- that nn orjter-ln- been- passed (he offer Icndnrcd yesterday by tlio prime Sir-Iloliert Dorden. Sir Robert1 Bordeii has .wired to Tolniie asking lo leave for tho tast al ji.ncc in order, llial.he may bo iivorn -3n at OLInTvn. Tho doctor's plans arc lit but lio early departure Tor Ol; N'nmeroua .messagog of tion have been .received by tho ncw: by .'That with "trie Jcrpcst re ivil! lie llic fcolinc 'of. the Ctinaillnii people as n .whole, llnrlng yqnv cuiftbcncy of thc office, and especial- ly duruig tlic lufil ftvt yearn, you have met nnd you tiAve snli'td problems of diffi- .cully, and you re- sults five years yyoulii have been regarded aaTlUlerly fnijios1 allilc ot altalnme'nf; Pcrhajja nioro than any other 1 Imye betri In a position lo realUe' Ih'e' conaplcnons anVllly, thc Intense devblfori" lo duly, Ihn wide srasp of fiiancial cbmillloiis tfic fend Iho itura- ivhlcb .yon IIRVO brought lo boav upon these guestlona. Ypn bavc had to lakc( Irilo account andydeal qonslderatlons of .'vna( lnomcnt, iiot only lo tho prejciil lint find Supporters will JjoenMfcly free to Iho fulurc lulorcsiS of our'counlry. lo, soror .'polHJcal.Cpnnctt.'oji wllh U, j "I'Vom flrsl lo liavoi had from the ministers' STftlcd, Lho mott loynl-flrnl vliolo-hoarUd Kvcry Riiilroad System Will Be. A'ffecicd De- clarcs Labor Leader CIIICACIO, Auc, 2.-1wai of liis Rclln'fly Knojimcn's >inlon' today tMl the "Slrihb; which slarled yesterday Vould 'spread; and bflconie Lhe mcnt Uia( ft ivas expected to bs.wheh It was csJIcd. Early lorlay tfi'e.'airlkn was for -Ibe most par! confined points In'-lho mlddlewcst rttid aoulh- cast, wltlj iome crpflarneir put -flt'. r Iry wi affeClcrt by. .r Etrcrelp.ry pi the Chicago ;