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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII, LKTHBIUDGK, ALBERTA. TL'KSDAV, AUUUST-5, I'Jl'J .V.MHKH I'JS Premier Murray Pleads For Unite to Solve Pressing Problems n Big Liberal Convention Opens at Ottawa With' Over a Thousand Delegates in Makes a Brief lo Opened First. Session. OTTAWA. Aug. to Ihe Liberal convention arrived at.llowlck [fall aa early as 9 o'clock and by Ibe Umo the gathering was called to or- icr, the building waa well McKonzIc. the first of the as- pirants for Hie leadership lo nrrlfe, was received with a round of applause. lie yrocceded lo the platform leniuor- irily to.preside over the proceedings. Hon. Chiirles Murphy, who was-act- Ins as master ot ceremonies, -was a busy -aiaii- Thc received hy tho convention came from a" woman. IL ras from Carolina Carmrchacl, daugn- lor of 'he late Scnalor Carmlchael, dominated us a delegate from PtcLou, S. She cxprcibcd her regret cause ,of ber Inability lo attend this bUtorJc occasion, and wished the cotr renLion God-speed In Us deliberations: the educated and intelligent pcgple tliat on enlarged market for our nat- ural resources Inimitable to the best interests of this Dominion." Turning to' (lis Issue of the Canad- ian iKivy, ba said, ihoush sound and logical as ihe Liberal volicy vias, It had FU tortured by .falEcltood lhal a portion or Ihc population ot Canada bad been persuaded into be- lieving thai il was dangerous. Jt liad beet) demonstrated, he 'declared, that tremendous advantage.would liavc ac- crued lo Canada It she had been a uavysiii Ihc past Ike years. Is "that the defeat of the Liberal in 1011 was undeserved. If there is an acute ami Irreconcilable.dlCfcrcnce today 'in tlila country upon, wLat should Ijc a sound commercial policy It Is duo (o the nien.'ivlio -without rhyme or reason fought, to GENERAL STRIKE IN SWITZERLAND FAILS GENEVA, Aug. threatened general ilriko In Swilzcrlahjf -.has fuiled ovrinK lo Uio enerKeiie steps nikon by !Lo govercmciit lo lire vein It aad the decision of tlie- Swiss H-orkDieu'if uuloii not to tupporL I Eiich a movement. A- STRIKE ON FRENCH FARMS PARIS. Aug. An auricul- lural strike IIEK becii declared In Uio region ol Mtluu. about 21 miles southeast of tbls city. The men demand wages of I'.i cs a day double piy during harvest. The gflcr H Iraiics a Jay. While llic .delegates were awaiting the oniUiil opening. Iho Governor- Gencral'g Foot Qdurds' bund Klalioucd In tlie Ijach ol" the haH provided a als. Mr; Murray remarked that great of problems" confront the ncitlun.' How- this country ol a uollcy Ihni was logi- cal and Just." Advocates Party Governnienl lo Ilie future ol thc-Ubcr- rarictT of selections. The playing Ihe Marseillaise brought the ilelefia to their fctl and (he Trench rtclega eans vigorously, When Yankee TJnodlo followed they. ill sat dovrn and there "was general laughter. It was noticeable that there a considerable number ol women present, moro particularly In the dele- gations from the western provinces. tvcr lAlerals may differ on some things, they must have first consid- eration for Ihc interests of Canada. "Thcrb lie said, QUCS- ujion ivhicli we unite and there arc others upon vrhlch there may be difference of opinion. We should, alcove all, try to-reach" prac- lical results, but'we must, nil lie care- tul that we a're'aliv'e (o tlio import- Vio can agree. i Shortly before the opening. Sir Wilfrid Laurier over form and there was vigorous II_oni Charles Murphy, as. chairman of llic locdl ciiTpiniUec 10.30 fc-rm- illy declared (lie convention opened. t ir, of Iho' par.lVi.followed .with, a niolinn that premier ot Que- bec, uriil premier 'of should net us joint chalK man pfVine, convention As-Mr.'. McKenzie rose lo speak on his motion, he was Creeled wilh loud applause and all Lhe delegates Eland- lug up good people of Israel. Mr; McKenzis said it might bo asked: meanelh lliesc WhaL TV as ifie purpose of the convention Sud by what ;iulbority' was it1 calletfT The convention was iiore, Mr? McKenzie gald, will and Jeslaruent of the gfeat fhlcflHln, Sir Wilfrid Lanr- lor. It been unanimously agreed thai tlie Dishes of Sir Wilfrid in re- gard to llic convention shcmM be car- ried out loathe, letter as "ffir as poss- ible. I Air. MfKn.nzlfi fiuoko of the last con- vention in 1S93.'7'Great results hail followed and there was need fodny for Grimily fircofcrjresults to follow Iron the. present convention. Mr. Mac Ken ale llicn submillcd motion, "seconded by the audience" lib' he put il, and It was carried nnani- Union Q'QVt..Lost Usefulness Premier Murray said llial Iherc were jnany matters on" which the conven- tion would There was one on which tlic convcnlion might, not agree. liul there'was one on which nil would Iho Ualou I; lost ils usclulncss.ln llio country. can 'Mr. Murray ilechrcd. whatever Justification It may Jtayc Ijart, during Ihc lime of war and unilor normal conditions Jt is heller for public opinion, bcfAei for cflicEcnt'and. proper, cidminis Irrtllon of th'o afTajrg ol Canada that we should rctur'n parly gov- crnrn'cnl" Mr. Murrey referred to the IJbern! convention of JSD3. that aa that conrCnffon (he Llbcra! pafty at the following election Riitl Qdmlnislcrcil llio nfTnlrs fll a period of J5 years The record "of (liaL administration, he was suuir lhat no Liberal ncct ,i Defeat of. Recfprocily The parly was defeated In 1011, biil-.ln his opinion no political party-ever suCfornrl defeat yuiion- R more rlgJUeoiis Issue, nri JssiiL1 ivhlcli IIAI( for Us object a broadened mar- ket for tho great natural resources nf the country: H polity 15 years ricalred' ty our .pcfiple one tliat woulrt .haVe iniriiicstlonably" brought great prdaperlly to the 'country. iltclareil that reel- jiroclly flgfeAincnt was defeated In grcctl anrt aelflshnesa of a number of people, who thought MjaL Canada created lo ex- ploited for the It riurhOEC mid tKal the veil bslntf and of lhal Rreat nbrlloD of our nnjiulallon who aaslst to make, ihh country by derclopmcnt of lie natural resources nol to considered, ''Upon "Ihe defeat of the Liberal parly an tlifa. ho "1 al- most lost In public ofilnlon. 1" nevtr bcHeveil .11 that (THLK! the press and plntform could persuade grain and pro- vision afternoon and forced down corn a bushel In 'some and pork a barrel. Extreme breaks were lo fop May delivery' of corn and for September" deliv- ery of pork. LEADERS Ruinani'iin Troops Pnradc (he Streets.of lo Supply Tood BUDAPEST, Aug, thousand Rumanian troops, rnclud- ,'tng and oriil- Itry, entered the city ioday a blare of trumpets. The Ruman- ian forces, led by Gen. Marg- passed through Andrassey and oilier streets. ,'euthcr Condilions Make Icnipt Unwise at Eager (o Try il i A P fYTft 111 T H VANCOUVER, Any. 5.- Tlicj coiitcinplnlcd fliglit across tlic Ilocky inoiiiilaiiis lo Calgary will nol he innclc toiliiy liy Capt. K. C. Hoy, '1'lie al- Icmpl been' puslpuncil for Hie present. JKprcnd of Hailroiiil Shopmen's S'lrik'o in Ihc Uiiilcd Stales Recruils Daily j Xo Nomination Speeches Pcr- j in lo dele-: gates to Ihc Liberal cunvention as-' PATHS, Aug. sunremc.rtrjn-! 5'cmblcd they were given printed cop- cil of tlia peace conferen.-e JIBS tic-lies trT the to-govern llio rot fug. ciilcj to seii-1 an inter-allied military i for llic party leader and ilie rules i mlRsloii iinnictlialcly to Budapest to governing resolutions ami Ilicir die-j innltc a full of coiulilions ciiFsions. ,TIicy" werri us there. a of-- "Tlte volc shallTic taken by ballot. BcvcraMiours of the changed conUit 1 nominalions must made in writ- in Hungary as A result o[ Ihc en-'iuE can bc AS lo (llc trance of. the riumauian army to the I VU-e' JIungariaii cajiilal, K wag :ilso ifi' 1 inirllv raise the nloekiidc of: a ifi 'dTso; Hungary so relieve the: food sit-! be per-' uiilion uuil aiKiiiic llic new gorcrniucnthniited; no speeth-inaking will Jie to condilloiis. I Thn French delegation appear to be! "The reiult-.jir vole will be an- greatly plouFoil by the entry of nonnted coudidale" can wilh- llumanians Into IIudqpCaL The French' draiv his. name before final tbpict is jjress nljo rolcus ils tic aii-, JTiTc council has uol been atlvlsed] uaunced by j' whclher ilicr Rumanians-received llsf .IjuHotlng; -coutintie -untiU to it.actually au. a cauGMale raajorlly of tlie i total'ballots caat and thereupon he lered liTinapcst. ,T ---r CHICAGO, August 5. The strike of federated railroad shop- men, which started last Friday, continued to spread today and, according of the district council directing Ihe walk- out, a complete tie-up oT the rail- -rgids of ihe 'country will result in, a'fevv the demands for arc met at once. While the Chicago district is centre of the strike, reports, from the southwest, southeast, Indiana and as far west- as Colorado show thai the shopmen continued fa join Ihe walkout. In' a number of In- glances, however, local unions voted to remain at work until the order'to csme from Mhs officials of the-Qrand lodge in Ihe regular way. R. H. Ashton. said that thus far rallfgads had .not been Imperilled by the strike and he expected a of the men now out. He Doesn't Take .Much Stock- in t Air. Mitchell's Obstacles in Way of Immediate De- velopment Strained Relations, Alleged (o Exist, Uetsvccn Great Bril- iiin and Argentine BUENOS AYRES, Aug. Ronald Totter, British minister to Argentina, den ICE rumors respect- Ing hie return to London, which was said to indicate a rupture of relations betweeri Great Britain and this-country. He declares he is 'going to London merely for a a .Newspaper Story [JUEN'OS AIRES. -Aug. ic relations between Great Britain and i Argentina, as a result of the pur- chase, by Argentina of Iho Dahja lllunca, arc delicate, according to La N'acion. In loinorrou''s cddlon Hie will say: "Regarding rumors wliich from the beginning Lave been founded dn more than supjjosiiion, have received versions the gravity of which arc self (From a fitatf Upprcscnlative.) MEDICINE HAT, Aug. if' is necessary to divide this prov- ince'owing to any opposition on the part of the north to the south's securing irrigation then we'll div- ide il." This cryplic statement on the part of Lawrence Peterson of Barnwell, a member Board of Directors 'of the Taber Irriga- tion District, during the afternoon session of. the Western Canada Irrigation Association on Monday "afternoon, was greeted by cheers on the part of Southern Alberta delegates who composed the majAr- Ity of those present, and served to show that icnllmcnl In, favor of irrigation Is rooted deeply, more so than people of northern Al- berta have probably been led to belicve. Mr. Petersnn's which came during his address scttlag for the progress ivbirh has bacu made in the Taber Irrigation District, was more b'r less an, answer lo the assertion o( Hon. Mr. Mitchell that, before the gor- eminent could undertake any financial obligation towards the Irrigation pro- jects, of Southern Alberta, >he peopio of the r.nd (be northern mem- bers, of Ihc IcRJslahirt- vrould have to Szcccdan ,r RJid-Jugo-Slav forces jife also advaiicingvupon HutlapcsC, accord ins t? a Vienna' dlapalch received liere. It is said the lluniimians ijayc. cap- the uniform of a naval captain, the Prince of Wales (eft London this morning for Portsmouth the cruiser RehovVn, which' will s.nil for Canada at 6- o'clock this evening. King Ceorqe, Queen Hdry and other members of the royal fam- Hyi accompanied the prince on his special train. PremiertLloyd George, Winston Spencer Chur- chill, minister of war, arid other prominent persons were at Ihc station to, bid the princei Cod speed. V In- ing 'CALGARY, with arrival in .Calgary of anothe tsrnatlonai organizer, the p that are. being adopted tov about a thorough tfnderitandirtfj between In Alberta and the International are, rapidly csmplellon In 1h> next few djys a vtfry com- prehensive program will be en- tered upon whereby all the locals In District 18 W'll be visited, irermnenl C0iving the lowest number of voles on to 25 miles fiftb anil siicceedins ballots shall Budapest anil expect to reach that city olU o[ inc contest; delegates will reriiain jn seats and deposit ilieir bal-' lol boxes. The said boxes'1 be in clmrgo of scvulinccrs appointed br the delegates from each province. "Prior" fo the vqling llic delegates I from eiivli province will 'mecl anil j at scrutineers lo collect tne njiri Icllers lo eounl them, in ihe following iiijQilten "'Scrutineers: Alberta 3; "Urilisli Columbia 'A', 2; OnUir'o 0; Prince KAwnrd Islffml 2; Qucbtc C; SnsUalchewan 3 an.J Yukon 1. N "ICacli of. the iiroviuces will have ffvc tellers ami Yukon OTIC. "All resolulioiib- filiall Jju in the nailtls ot Uic general secretary nf the convention before G iiTni. ot-TJitsday, August Slli. f "Any person KnposiDg i resolution lias Lccn rujuctcd by tlic 'com- mit lee may, after the resolutions reported to' the convenlluii by Ihe re- sphilions -committee have been ills- poacti'Df. appeal to tbc for j iiernnBs'on to Hie -resoJy- tion, r-olwitrlslandlns its rejection by the 'In sxidi casn, tlic T.'iafniian of llic tonrcnllon shall ex- plain briefly the subject, mailer of the resolution and the question ;is (o'-whether or not (he decision of the cojmmtlcc sliatl be suslaliifO. "llicrc shall be no ilebute on, the question .and dc- ulsj'on In lojccling trie resolution is siistaihcd hy Hit convcnlion, lue In- Is closed. the convention decides lo con- sider llje resolution before the reso- lution will be fur discussion. to rcsolfitiong lhe-fol? lowing lime -Minll lie- allotted lo (he speakers: movcr.Jo minutes; to other spMfccrs, 10 minvilca, power lo llic cliairinan lo limit Ihc lime mfnulcs wticn the discussion has cccrifd tureil muny communists the capital. Covered Pocket Pistol BUDAPEST, Aug. another version of llic debate ot Tibor Szjuu ucly reaclicil Budapest today.- .This was lo the effect dial he crosses] Jh-J frontier near Saucrhrunn, cxplaiiung to the frontier guard Hint he had come there lo be present >it Iho inincntline proclnmallori of Auslriaii sovicl republic, snathe story goes.- was conducted-lo the. general d'arms' o'f- llcu. He wlncdjiis brow with hand-) ticrchiof and then iisctl the hantlkcr-' chief lo cover an-Kngliph iiotkcL he carriPrt'aud with wliich he aliol himself in the region of HID liearl, Affect Russia, PARIS, Aug. Boris Nolde. a former minister in tlic Kcrensky cabinet, and ;mt who also held Hie AUSTRIA TO HAND OVER REPLY TOMORROW AUB, Karl Ren- ner, the Austrian chancellor arid head of Austria's peace allegation, Informed Oen, D.utaBla of Ihe. peace Lrealy Austria's counter-proposals Id Ihe peace terms'would bfi handed1, over to- morrow with Ihc prescribed time- for Iho Dr. Rertner, who..will leave SI, Germain thli even'rig tor Vienna, will return on Aug. The Supreme'council cf the peace conference oh July 29, ex- pended Ihe, o.rfginaj ifme granted envoys tor consider- Ihe peace terms, fixlna the expiration of Iht ,time'-limit "as Aup. 5 sire sen fonvlnced oj tho need ot Irrigation. evident and. Kceording to which Hi? Aud following up bis assertion that the return lo London ol .Sir. Reginald peoiilc of would ,be quHc ToM-c-r, British minister to .Argentina, j to seccdti if such a drastic and depariurc of Frauds Colarvez necessary to., secure the irrigR-" TolJo, Argenlinc mimslcr to Pingland. from'London aVc not discohnecled. It appears the retirement of' bolh istcis isjraceablc lo the purchas' Argentina of tKc Bnhta El from Iho Gcrinuns, purcuase-the Hrilish refused to rbcog- _ "Following rcfilsal. Argentina lo solve the, dilflcoiHy by miriisler. J.oridori 'De was minister ot marine; d who led the ncgottations for Ibe (Lcvolopiucnl needed, Mr. Tctcr- son declarer! that he failed to-SED where the government would Tie 'aiici! uk'nE any Ercat rinanciaVoWlBation J'u' Import' deparL-v mcnt! of rorclgn nffnirs, uiiclcrjhft re- ginie of fofiucr Krapcror Xicliolns. sairl thfa attcrriooirljial his opinion thtl overllirow-of IJela Hun nnd events in Llungary would liavc lUUc cITect ou the chaoUc inlcnml conditions in Itus- sia. 'Succor must come, from Llic cn- tenle." Baron Nolrio said. "It- would be a calamity sliovild the (heir from llic Archani sector, 'itniEgEn must feel tbat'alie not being nbimdoncd by her'former r.litos." Offtr Posftions to Bpurgeblse v T'AKIK, Aiiff. reached Iicacc conference 'circles tqflay lhat Ihe HnHllolahcvtk governmcnl catall- llslicd fii Sicgotllu, wlych la bourBeoise and pcn.Wnt, wllb llcrr Abrmmm nt lla head, lias-mcml .Its Iroons lowanl Dndaiirai anil reached Szcgclm." 45 miles dlstnnt'froin- IJudapestJ The number ot llic Irnojig la uol known, Another report reaching Porls is llial new government In Ihtdsncat has cabinet tfo.aitlons lo FCrttalJi'ca of Hie bourgcoisc anrt h'aj jiromiserA lo liold elections.before, Iho end Of August. mass meeting- of. Gladstone local Just he following reEolu- lion passed, unanimously by Hie largest -JilenJancc brought out of (lhe present v N-- .thai we the Fiction, of .the Policy com- mittcc" .and .'.oiTr district of- ficers and cfeclare Gladstone local otlicially conne'qlcd -wilh the dis- trict Number One Mining Deparl- mcntof tTie One Big Unloni President Su's- ner, .and W." A'.' Poltqr, and 1 F, Brindtcy Davjd Board of the'United.' Mine of also present to urge the continuance. Ihc local with their international body biit met wltli scant supnori. It is stated here that'thej'general meeting of Coal Operators as- sociation wlM_-rneel Wednesday, at small operat- ors resuming work. The.One Big union tacilon are pre- pared to contracts with in- dividual mining' companies, 'and action will divide of-the operators 'combi- nations. Michel Jus action along the lines, bf..the Gladstone imrclinso ol the shin: He 'urcEeutcil Iiis crcdenlials (o. tbc British foreign ofricc some lime ago, but a consider- had elapsed George receivius hijn.. It is reportetl there is no probability of. hia.l rccen- lion in the near future. (his mighi.-havc been cTpccled as the Brjllsh government never sLatcjI.tliaL Scucr Tolrto was iiersona It will bc remembered the .Argentine government has wailed a long for a response to its as_to the niirclia.'iO Ihe Ilshia, DIauca. there now appears reason for' believ- i ing .tliat Sir Reginald's favorable In- i tfniations to the deal- were solely his personal Impressions." vAnother- ncwenaiier, "Las "Xodcias, in coin men tine on the situation, says: Sir lleginalil Tower is beinjj -re- "called and Scno Toldo is returning be- cause King Cleofgc fa'as riot rcEbivcd him: "In the occasion for sll- 1 nation is the refusal of .the. British j government lo recognize the purchase lor tho L'ahh iSlanca, luil-lllp "'cause miderlying the crisis'js Hie Bfyilhio boslili; alllludc toward lii'jlish capital Invested Ir Ueforc Tohlo 'snilcj for London il ivas announced lie'ivoiild gu on the Tlailia Illanca.' A day or' Iwo 1m kl as Hop: .Mr.. Mr. event-. Irrigation be declared, lohg past the einerimentaj stage; in- Souliicrn Alberla. Instead ot viewing Iho rrpposcd 'Irrigation projects-as-a; liability'the Government should rallier consider, them at present tiriic U is the, hope' ol irriK'a-' lion which" Is mSinlr" responsible; for holding .ihe.people on the those "on 'irrigatcil Jarirt in Ibe smJlh- are prddiicing' to such an eitaol as Ib make them: lhey greatest asset- llici province the present time.-The absolute need of irrigation.had been proven1 conclusively and. the goverri- .ent should not licstllAtc-.lo Iii- ,catJ ol going slowly ilitchell lias suggested ppjnion was that the government should bend all ils energies to qvnr- cbmihg-lho recurrence of such sifttjv- nad been forced by. Ihe ..dry yoars oM9lS and 1319- lion as-U nppllcs to Southern Alberta, nrotrasljnallon; uoL impaUence, is ihe bescltine sin" he'dcclareil in j. ion. j -vi- Mr. PclerfloVs subject. "Tfte .Pro- gress, of the Taber Irrlsntlo'n Dts-, was the most interesting of the, afternoon lor It dwelt with.-Madly i'nu delegates wished to the-success of-a nrivatc Irrigation ac-hcnic owned and controlled-by farm- ers. It was interesting bcca'aae the. "Tnhcr project marks "a. new era In irri-: rcnturcfr In Alberta or'SasKat-: n, Ilie project which follows set-11 tlcriient rnthct than the "scheme wliich Inter, however, a Drllisi. cruiser' look j co1; 1'Hpji position off Ibe river Platt', ancll Q FOREST FIRES OUT I'Hpji poailioii otf Ihc river Platt, and j j Scnor Toldn >vetiL lp. London on n reg- ular Huer. According lo 1 ion of (he matter, an effort Is being j madp lo enlist the aid "of Ihe United j Stales iu settling (iie question of pur- [chare of'tbc Dlanca. for wliicli I llic Argentina paid jiesoa, (he deal being made.through tlia Swed- ish government. II is this Is one reason lhal TornasVV-Lobrclqn, Ar- (n'aler io ihe United Stales, L. J rr quires colonization lo complete, >vered the' whole course nf s.Strike 1'uls People On Short CRAXD Thrfio transients am tlcaO, end otiicrs. one ot whom is not expected to tlS'c, ore In a'serious :condltlon c- r cince IMIT !1J uiv in K'icnuus fjjndiiton as __r of drinking wood "alcohol ,nt an informal birthday party given at Manna, last ufght by a of tlic" dead arc: Jobn Parker, who gave tho parly, and. rTom Burns, returned soldier, bolh of iVhoin have been working1 In thb'harvest, The niinie of (ho oilier.vicUm could not lie Icarncil. wfta found dCatl loilay in a Ilftnna IKcry barn and llic brnllnn of two fonild on the rall- cviil delude has nullo .cxlln- Rutsbcd the, forest (Ires on ilia Row Hirer nncl, .according to Information given out al .the !6fal of tlic -branch of (lie Dominion gov- -nrunitnl. nil 'the t'.ro (IsMcrVX- nrc Ueing recalled. Ecnlite inf to rai early 'this Ac- ud' is on short bread rations today be- Ihc ,continuance of the strike. No buna or cake are available hospitals. by the-bakers, was announced (odny, sliowtd lhev offer 'of "arbitration, was rejected .Another .confer- ehet: of bakers' leaders with th6 ministry'of, labor vfill be held tomorrow: LONDON dOBWAY -'LO.NDON, .Aug. the aduth Lorvdan eiubwayG.went orf strike, today In ,whal lAbor leaders -aafd an of the -.sympathetic movement to t'jppCrt sOiklng policemen, the Southwestern nallAay belongfng' to the .Engineers midnight..... cordinp lo reports, bc anil._______ dc Ajvcar, Aryenline to France, foiled In their efforts lo Senor Toldo to solve Ihc dift'lcvilty, IhD great war broke-trul-Ihc Illanr-a, a-ship uwncrl- b'y; tbo Hamburg-American com- iTaiiy. IVBF Inlernc-Il jji ihA liarbor-of Rucnds Airc-f lo prevent her capture by allied Some 'limo latci It .was tlic lv 'Ulsmnntlcil by iho crew to f-revcnt llic use of'Ihtr case- HhouM IIP by.the" Argen- tine Eovernincnt. In 191S. itVas announceil at Buenoa Aires thai (he ship had been tensed. by' Argentina, I thni crew had be6n'etven' per-] iaion by- the tlerinan inin.lslry'. of rim to revcRl the. places where of Ihe ship's" equipment were hidden. Later. II was Iramei liaJ been bnnghl Ihe Argentine Tnent, The ahtp, never went lo seR the nlHcs. and t'nlted States refuscx? to tho trans- fer lo her-flap, It ataiedttn a Buenoa Aires dispatch last April that the nurehflse prlc6 of, lh4 ship' would bc applied (o monfes -to be troni Germany by I Tlic Hahta lllnncfl n'asliuilt In i.'ajii- hurg'ln 1Q12 ami la feel long, hav- ing n ftr> feel, aho la -a. twin- s.tirciy steel vessel, ,'rceistcrcJ tin negolialious 'from" 1907 lip to tht_. oC the first sol Ihc other ;-libw it was accessary 'licfqV? Ui.Vworli'COUld procep.d for the llo-i Dislrinl-Ant to bs jilacol on slr.liiles ol Albcrla-anil how cQ-o'psra- tfon with.the Dominion the Ir.lcrlor was necessary to liiu final details in securing nciluii on Q j tbc rrojecl. In 1509, Ihe farmers.htid. %1 hiiun Riven R price of acrj'otV -J. tii-: rrojecl. ni' ihe linie Ih3 cnnfracl j, fl'ai rwlly awarded tbo price hid :nK vaiii-cd lo- SIC'. ari'acVc.but this vrns corLJucrcd In no way an obsticii Tor, l> inn fanners fully realized almost" any. yrlcc would be cheap If it'woulfj' help them to rempin on their n good liring ynd build comi.innily of TJii- Tabor ' had mail-) tnry during the u'nal spring uml sum- mtr and outside the fact Ihil it b-i a great benefit (n (he n't (llslricls he was gluJ (I lac1, llmL progress had been Ic point of actual conslructlon opeia- lions, would result in greater ;npi (he part of farmers in tfae ] pro- jects being contemplated In'the ioiltir IbaO all lliclr obslacles evenl-r ually be cVrcrcome anJ thcj' would of selves "on IneirTarms and making liom'ea .for themselves; (T'onllnued on -'rdarl i NEW VORKf July Cfesr stores c.osci 'n ynjiac.. Tne (b an nnnoiyiccraent' A slnioiicnl.l.'sued 'hy Iho llio'. 'i days a 'A J ;