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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6.101.9 Not Aware of the Hostility of Troops toward Kim Mistake BBH1.1S-. Hn.r -today pubhshes Mrois from. a long statement from U'nce Maitollian of Baden. tpmier imperial' German of telephone conversation he dad Fmperor William cm Nov. S. isi. The conversation listed The and lullr of ite attitude of the irwws "lowanl hid, .poke oi a military .'gainst Berlin, but he retold to Its ten to my recoinmecualion abdicate. Had Ihe 5la'i Mm on Nov. S. as it did Nov. S. ,mtb about the army, I hue 'l that hare abdic the evening of Nov. S. there would have bee an bnt onlr ttanent. Tha troops in Berlin woul have conducted IhenvMlres more r llib'r One o( the most dsnjerdu points of toe contact between th TOtlM Torklnpnen and iSie.so.dJe TO wetact that the kaiser bad not abdicated." OTTAWA, twirling cliud ot few pen- tlont reported Iteure lor lonj- Even Sir Lougbol .rrment Leai.r in Stoat, and MInitttr of th. Be. aatd on th. verje of to make way Lieut-Col. -Arthur-.E. Qu'Vn's Mtdlekl bol- less Mayor of tn a veteran, of the Soulh African and Director of Ser- vice! In France. He hat been a member of the Ontario Legisla- ture since uniuwestlui- tried Federal Home-In ,lhe Conservative intwesU In AWDRESHWl. IS AD WED BY 1I RAILWAY WORKERS PtEFUSt TO STRIKE LONDON, AuC nat- ional union of ralU-a.vmen de- dined today to csll a strive of Us Wmbws in sup- port of the-poltct) who ordered slriXe receutiy over tha prhiuent's refusal" to wilnJrav, its u'lll affecting Ibc or- ganization. LONDON'. Aug." question in the house of yes- NEW YORK. of the subways, elevated and trolley lines of the Brooklyn Itapld Transit svstem at .the rush hour morning br the strike of par. of tne company's KOOO emplov ees The 'el ior a m nol unie senons proportions until I a-ro, wen of commuters v on tnelr wav to vorX in New lorX from various boroughs across river, walled m rain for cara Nnc KEion operators began pulling -Ihc cars Into the barns at 7.30 a.m. saying ther were' afraid to run their because of the Ihreatenmt attitude ot thP strikers tBrday as to whether the.government Informing the United States i ciliiens here for a prohibition cam- paign' "that the British electors pro- i it- la settle their domestic- questions lot sec; reliry tor home to agree with toe suineslioi 'hat Ihe British people esu fcellle this matter for themselves, bul, as 1 have staled. 1 do npt'lhink this step by the government to be neces- Trie first part of the home secret- ary's statement was cheered. v (From Our Staff' Correlponoenl.) MEDICINE HAT. Auo. addrtJi (ollowinj s, st the banquet to the delejatei Undlns the Irrigation Convention here last nlsnt. in iddltlon to the ttar.d tlKen on the queltton of n fur- nl.iilng financial aid to put liv rigi'.lon projects through, Frtd Davis, M.P.'P.. (or Gleiclien, declar- ed that the time had cc-me when oartv politics in the' province should be aboliahed, and declar- ed that an organization was now 'at work which .would at the next election provide for the election of a people's Government rather thr.i a party government.; Mr. Davis alsovyrged ;that an opportunity was open for the.jnar.- ufacture of ImplejnenU in Alberta f especially for _ mmed w jus ion s ware. asVini for suveniment aid 1 BERLIN'. AUK. 5.-A di.patfh to the Yonvaerts from Bromberi. In the Koolenay valley. This was uui forward by one of Ihe.H. dele-sales who declared that this the lirsl convention of tbe Western Canada hrli'llon Association that tad trot down to fnndamenlsls. The resolu- tions for governiueul nld In the ot Irrigating the dry areas vest were the most Important which had evei' i-orue be- fore the cdoveiit'on, should not be allowed to drop with the passing of resolutions, but should be pressed home by the executive. TWO further asking the governments to 'aid In canylnf. on surveys- lo learn what land can be tha Red IJeer river ii (he eastern uarl of Ihe urovinre were also carried, 11 is understood n mil- lion acres are capable ot and the people arc We have never he-arc! pi anypne who "regretted some other Coffee to Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" Bfut we have hedrd of a great many who were s'orry they did not change sooner. In }J, land 5 pound tins. also Hue ground for Percolators. _-._. CHASE it SANBORN, MpNTREALi JW DO IT PARIS. Hungar- n government through' l-ieut-Gen omanelli chief of tbe Italian mis ion i sent Premier Llenf president of the peace con ference, V Tommumcaiion it ii wi'linr to observe Ihe lerms oi Ih( armistice asking lhat each of! the grcat--'powers send a regiment to Bud- apesL. It Is impossible for tie allies lo comply with reque I, as the Hoop are hot available. Want Second Hand Furniture DO NOT SACRIFICE PORTER--ltiE Auctioneer Will SeD Your Household Furniture and Other Chattek Will Buy for or Guarantee Price..1, NOTHING TOO LARGE, NOTH- ING TOO SMALL. EVERYTHING ON THE SQUARE, NO BYE BIDDING E.B.JUDSON, CLERK REFERENCE GEO, P. PORTER, Auct. PHONE -UNION BANK OF CANADA Tlie Herald 4s a Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations y, and has. its circulation books and records audileci and cerli- tied to by the trained accounlants of .thai. Audi'. Bureau, Ihe delailcd: reports of these accountants will he tiirnlalied to ANY ADVERTISER al ANY TIME, The'Organization of (lie A B. C. marks Ihe biggest advance made irt jears In cilher ihe nenspapef or the acher.ising Held e it enaWei Its tnembers to lurniah complete audits, by unbiased and rllsinteresleci eiperl every phase of circulation, and that's what eterv squVre dealing publliher .wanls lo do. He the adurllser Ihe cuianiily nf JirculUlon he pays for t THE A. 8. C. with a memliershlp-ern. tha leading nevtspapsrs, periodicals, national adver-- tkert and thrcughouY, America with head offices In Chicago arid employing a largs staff of trained accounfunU. :Any advertiser Al ANY TIME can have a com- 1 4-tailcd A.B.ti. report JlMalrf clrculXIon. 1 l :rom Dtviuv'p' j [rom svurto IUD isaya U has been Isarnei that anxious'to know Ihe facts, and if tlicj reason' for the reslsnauou of Ma. svhemes feasible, to. carry them Musniki. commander of Ihe Foi.sn crnmntmt-ni .iiil. I troops In 1'oaen; was thai 11 been sanguinary, umilnies-pi troops Gocseii ami and also a't tbe firoiil. Entire couiuanies. and even ballal- ions. the dispatch payf. refused to obey orders and maltreated Ibei. ot- the Warthc camp otticers Diers [eeu _. ..._ ._..... n-ho endeavored to have lesort ,ijem oft f.s beet and pork and arms were shot-dead or Sadly wound- j lout with govcriimtn! aid. (1. II. animal 'husbandry branch -of "Ihe C. niiursl resources deuartiiienl, deliver- ed a fjne lecluro on the stale of I IT removed It would not lo ttio effect lliat Ihe 'chemical con- irrore than per annum etUuents of Ailjerla soil wero such, .._ ;_ In innLf. it Illfl TiollPSt iU aiuouut to lo .each farmer in Woslcru Canada: But it all those Implements now im- ported into Western Canada from the United States were re-manufacturtil lii Wt-slefh Canada it .would -Inean the tieeiitiiB of .probably flO.OuMOn 119010. He Uiciughl Due to Pcflr lulernational Secretary-Treasurer .T. W. llays, of tile Typographical union, spoke''briefly, touching on ,questions capital and labor, making the iMjmo. He Uioughl Ilia or capuai anu laoor. farmers sliouM.'sec fllii i-.nd. look at [statement lhat the tho question Jrbm lUo'slaudpomt of resulled because the direction of la- ,....._ _.... jt suva, me question uruiu omuui that South Alberta when. uie wliolo of, Canada, ralhe beconies general may look fronvlhe class vieypoint ot t! forward to J500 land provided the rners teed tbe products ot the farm, ers thetuselves. InclJenlally-. he gave Advoe. C-es. ic'ates-a Ti thanlbor anil. lu the wrong ic farm-1 builds. Mle spoke against the nclivl- ties ot tho 0. B. U. and declared that "eee Tax, ROMti AOg. setttement of the Adriatic question affecting Italy and Jujo-Slavla Is Imminent, 1 according to the Popolo Romano today. In accordance with, the tettleirenl, it said, FiOmt will be an Independent state with the.port internationalized, Stbemco. on the Bulmonlan coast, to the south, it is ao'ded, will he a city. 1L WAND F LflCnLOFU.lW.n. Dealing with 'the quest'on of trees on tlie farm, which bad been advocat- ed during.Uie'day by Arch if toaldalo, ilri Brown slatnl thai he bring in u at a ses- tile convention today urging hat a forestry 'association bfc formed n Soulherii Alberta, .that jhe pro- vince place Hilax oti'fa'rni land for the purpose of plaining of Irees on the .farms In the.soulli. and tLat It a.-farmcr'nlantcd thejrequisile number'of Ireei his tree tax ho, rl1- baled. Ho also urged Ihe establish' L meul by.ihe Doniinlou government of (nr'ne In the various cities in order free nurseries of Ihe four hat Ihe cities be able to bear large the for -I ic IHdl uio nnta tho with the Winnipeg sliikc cauio oft at the wrong time ami had a wrong objec- their load. Not a Free Trader Jlayor Uroivn is not a free trader. J. 6 -Presideul Chris- tnnhors late ot District IS, and now .Mayor urorvn is uui a UK. hUFner. vi uie _ ...v-x Qrn m thp biinauet. purpose ot supplying the. farmers with Ufees. He bel'.eved this to be a na- i evening for Hellevue. where they were due "meet die miner, of thai loca I won the -same mission that brought 1 thpm to Fcrnle. Mr rjaud Irvine, of Sea'.tle. United Mme Board is m town and vlll endeavor'lo or- new local out'o! the wreckage leii nf the membership ol his order af- ter the action' ot yesterday's meeting. LONDON' 4ug the in cffort will he made lo form que tlon ot of Canadian _ a5 a for the movement flora cattle- m'Greal Bnlaui _, of workers who are.dispoa- TJorning Po ts agricultural corres cd to lh-0 original orgadlia- could recon and ti.ftr-n to work under any cile justice to Canada with a dorae.lic. ac.reiment Aat may be formed with nohcr here ana suggests an act lhe Xesl'Pass'Coal Comnany. two clauses to remove an -ore I at pre3ent. (he outlook for such spot This clanse would exempt from 1 a mov.e ls rol very encouraging but the act of 1800 Canadian born catHe u ,alve tinlj what jn the Dominion, and the other clause, strerth i5 ijchtnd the move- would provide lhat nothing in the act permits tho ad mi' 'on of Canadian store caltle( except bv order of Ihc iosrd of agriculture, confirmed t bv bolb house's of parliament PACE RWTERS TO GO ON TRIAL. I Aug alleged race Tvill be placed pif trial in October tot assault in tent to kill, con plracj to not .and carmng concealed weapon? it was announced toaav hi state atlorne> Sppedi Irial will be urge.l it was slal ed, but for a decision whWb declares Hat a charged crime mnst be given a reasonable time In which to prcpaie gales who n ere guests at the banquet. Dealing with the matter of free im- plements, that it Ihe tariff tionat Ilev. Tilr. Morrow followed In a in which dwell ser lously (in Hie pKsi'bllilies of irriga lousy (n te UKses o lion inlSo'lilliern and told p thc-fiiiding made by. a'n Iowa cheinis live. i Mayor Hardle and Labor Mayor Ilard'e, who followed, spoUe strongly on the labor sltiia. lion. He 'leclare-.l in favor of the ROV- rnuient o-vviiership of (he principal jtililies nnd bilieveil tbat Ihe piift'Bilt Inlon ,pt labor men along certain IMS. was all right. He believed in iving labor a square deal, more so lian they had received. )u the past. Fortl'er of the 0. S. {ranch eipressed astonish nigjit over Ihe'great' change In scntinient In Western Canada lii favcr of since his last trip "In .1915. 1 The tntertaliimenl furnished the delegates the- cHliens'of Medicine Hot during the day wp.s of most pleasijig characler aud .the visitors showed' their appreciation in Hie mannr.r in which they passed a vole of llnuiks leiidered by A. S. Dawson of Calgajy. BLISTERED If no MieUilx Ulnm KORA KOfJIA tit looUilf Aug. France. Ihe allied chief 'in; command, and military and-auxiliary ser- vice of Greal Urilain that servetl in the war were given ia formal'.vole ot thanks tonay.liy the house of com- mons The vote included mentiou of tbe British The formal thanks" of the jgorern- ment, i part of tha recognition Igiven for services. King George yesfcr- ilas mdde known hisYecpmrnendallon for titles and large .money gran.ia.w a nimlber of the commahdflis .offlcer.5 of Ihe land, ale and sea forces. MEXICO MUST BE, GOOD BEFORE LONDON, Aug..'.6.-HA "ri mmliter to Mexico will not be ap- pointed until the convicted that'the Improvement In the Mexican altitude toward Brit- ,ith interesti jujtifles recojrltion of the Carranza it wai announced today, the houie of commoni. TO RECONSTRUCT FRENCH COMMERCIAt, SLEET-' PARIS, Auj. -Klotr, mlnialer of finince, wat.authoriz- ed by, the cabinet It' meeting today to .bill In' the chamber of deputle' granting franca rec-oir- .Itructlon of the Fre'rich clal fleet. On Face and Itched pnd Cuticura Healsi "My only month her facs and hands gtalted to get Tea and jc.ry.- eczema suited In ihe form aindluhoi She WM so mocthiwMa 1 trltd Cntlcura I and Ointment, and I used of wttb mo boi'a of Ointraeri vlxn ibe tiit hole'." (Signed Oscar Pillon, Ambtrtttuzf Sotp, Ointment Ta com are you.need for all tol' BMbewlihSoip.KotUw'i Oiatroent, ctutt witb T'lcwi. U. S. DRAFT NEVER PRESENTED TO THE- PEACE QONFERENCE WASHINGTON, Aug. e.Secret- ary of Slsle 1 told the ten- ate foreign relation! committee today that the United Slilei plan (or 3 league of 'nalleni was "not pressed'.' at Versailler Mid. presenlr.d lo 'peace 'conference. j. "The secretary, appearing public, hearing t'h'e commltte'e, aid he did not a copy ol the draft, still was In existence.' He pre- he said, thai the drift made by Preiicjenf, Witwn added that copy mljhl itlll be .i rrUSfSAND AND INSTANTLY KILLED TOttOKTO. Aug. by Canadian I'acinr Railway Irani'" glne at Iho fool of the bridge across tho Don river In Itlrerdale Park last nlghl. Joim Bell aml'Ms fflfo.J Bell.-of iSTs city, jweia.i almost slanlly Wllcti. will find all three flavours in the air-tight leafed packages lor the name WR1GLEY5 u use it ;s your pro- tection against inferior imitations. Just as the sealed package is protection against s SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT The Flavour Lasts ;