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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XII; ii, ALBJJRTA. TMIKSDAY. 7, Nl'MHKU 500 AIRMAN'S KING WINS-ON THE THIRD BALLOT FOR LIBERAL PARTY LEADER Ci'ovcrnmcnt Arrested by Con- Joseph 'Assumes 1'owcr BUDAPEST, Wednesday, flug. Joseph who look over the' control of the Hujjgar- lan government has been Invested temporarily with su- preme powers In the government. Capt. Hoy Fast Time PARIS, official Etatemenl regarding the change In' the government of Hungary was fnads by the French govern- ment Lhis hfternoon. The state- ment reads; ,_ "Hungarian gendarmes surroun- ded tMe palace in Budapest and ?rrfjttrf the government at six o'clock' yesterday evening. Arch- duke Joseph assumed power tht title of governor of the state and announced he would organize a coalition cabinet." J Arresled While In Session PAJIIS, Aug.' peace confer- ctice was uilrised today Hint the Hun- garian tabincl headed liy Jules Pcidll .liad ficen ovtrlhruH'n nntl that (tukc .Tdscplr bad cslnhlisliniUa niin- iilrv.ln Advices to the coTifcren'cc Klnted that llumnmnii CCS'llEHl" CI'OSSQtl tllO ]lltO LllO business .seL-llon ol BuilajJEfl nnil BelriuB-'Eiipiilloii jireparliig to sliii) tliem to Runiaula............ Tlio messages to the conference re- garding thn minuet Dialed tlm( nt VANCOUVER, E. C. Koy, D.F.C.. left Mlnoru Park here this morning al 4.15 o'clock (n an attempt to fly ac- ross, the Canadian Rocky moun- tains. Al 5.1a a.m. the aviator pasted over vChillJwack. Favor-: able conditions prevail. The flfght (s made under the auspices of the Vancouver World, the Calgary Herald and the Lethbrldge Herald. Captain Hoy expects to complete the Illght to Calgary by way of LetJibrldge about S o'clock tonight. AT VERNON VERNON, Aug. E. C. Hoy, attempting a' trans-Rocky flight, arrived here at 7-Jfi o'clock this morning from Vancouver and left at; 8.19 fo'r The from the coast, 225 was made in three hgurs and six minutes. FLEW OVER MIDWAY B. C., Aug. in 50Jmlles of Grand Forks, his J next stopping place, Capt. E. C. Hoy, flying to Calgary from j couver, Hew over this .town- at 10.10 o'clock this norninE- He should land in Grand Forks be- fore 11 o'clock. Grand Forks is 225 miles from Vernon. AT GRAND FORKS GRAND FORKS, Aug. Hoy arrived Grand Forks it 10.34 am. and left at 11.15 for CranLjrook, where he exoetls to make his next, stop on his Van- couver-Calgary 1S-hour fliohl, at 2.45 p.m. He expects lo have din- ner in Calgary tonight. Al Grand Forks Capt. Hoy met Lieut, E. O. Hall, who left Van- couver Eome dsys ago in a Curtiss machine the intention of fly- ing lo Calgary by easy stages. Ir.fl Grand Forks in the direc- tion oft Cranbrook 10 be- fore Hoy left, but it is not certain that lie intends to make an effort to h-at Hoy to Calgary. AT CRANBROOK CRANBROQK, Q. C., Aug. Cnpt. Hoy reached here at 2-05 this afternoon, or' 10 minutes ahead of his scheduled lime. I (Couiinueil on I'.ievun.j BULLETINS STRIKE ENDS QUEBEC, Aue- slrike si the Dominion T-xtile company mills at' Morflmorency cane to an end the employees accept- trig the company's oifer of a 10 cent 'raise in wages. 'ON STniXE ROM E, Aug. in, iron fcunrfries to Ihe number of 15.WO struck today for higher wages. 1 fft i EridlnS: PACKING HOUSE SECURITIES CIIH'AUO. Aug. house securities suffered a FC- verc break in vaJat- this aiier- noon ow'ng 10 ti.'C ami-mist nciion by the Buvermnont ;iml u[ strJko.s of whiio employees. Swifi and Com- pany slock 1 .1 fnJl ol since labi Almost a Unanimous Declaration by the Irrigation 'Conven- tion al Medicine Spencer Moved M. Tweedie, Mayor Havdie and Mayor Brown Believed in Leaving Entire Responsibility With (lie Dominion Control of Water, a Strong Point. !y a Staff i CHICAGO, Aug. freight traffic on the Chicago Northwestern Railroad was sus- I ended today by the Iowa and Min- nesota division because of the shopmen's strike, "according to a itaiemenl niadi al ot the compjnjr. trains on tnc isioilhweslern are running irregularity. Aug." Hon. W. L.' McKenzlc King Ic ejected .Aug. the G.3CI 'o'clock-, vejilerdnv nfiernoou.'. -ballot rnclrJlje-ra .of -Fisfdins -29tf: arahairtj.f'153 and RoWiiarctil, -while "Oicy Jit- ses- j McKe.nzk s Ion, hi ih'c national palace, wore ar- rc filed by' "Hungarian police. The' coJj) d'ctal carried oul .without d's'cnlrr., j Authority to Archduke HU DA TEST, A up. The entente mission In tills cily delegated govern- j menlnl aulliorltr-to. Arthtljike Joseph tonight when ifrc Poldil government j 7 o'f-liick'ihls evening Grn. Scli-j nellzer chief ofjioliuo, Dr. Sclineitrer. itic ,-t-hicf fit Dr. Kritz. former secret-dry o( Hie pol'ec department. and A. Sztllcry. former i depart lUGJilnl chief ID- ihc war minis- i TV, wont to (he inln'slry luilMing. _ Trhcrc the cntlncl was in session. "The; rtcpnl.ilioii. called on Ihe ministers (.0 J resign. 'niui nller a short conference IMC cablet .decided 10 comply wlili demand. Authority ivaj. dclcE-ilcf! Jiy (he en- leulc mission 'Archduke .loyenh. appointed Frinlcrlcli. former chiof of a deparlincuL In the war ministry. In lie irrcniic.-. The lorcJffii iiilnislry Iranafcr- 1 rfirt'to Gen. .the min- (slry to Oen. Tim Hocinl-ncmotrals of llungary still hnvc'llial llicT.llicd and eil governmcnls r.ol lolcralt eith- er llnmBnian .control ro' tlic court or (hal of (he foycniincnl by reactionary ilnlifs: tllsji reachinKV from Ilinbi- pesl 'Account (if the Rumnnlnn proceed- JngB report (liat. tlicy no lit', a Ihn Iluiifarians- yesicrday that because llic terms of'thc down in ihc Jlunianlau iiUunntinti had not been acccplcd, the Humnniaus cross the Danube immediately, Jalcr carrying oiltjUicir threat. O.llier acts dinrgecl against the flii- iiianlHn.i !n (he advices lo llib confer- ence. artf assatiHs on inorfoiisH'u per- t-oils and towed entranre Jnlo'liousca everywhere In Dudapcst ilnrtcr scarclinig for Tlio llnmaiunn nrniy. Is rcjiortcti liv- ing on tlio r.ountrr, ficlzJng Ihc fn.j'l il ivatrts, while llvcstorh, fa rm Jim lin- plenienla, rolling ftouk nud foorl Ijcfng: sent, to Rumania, alUtoirgli IJu- dapcsl is on tlic o( filarvftiiniL (he have JnstllnlRrI B blockatle, one fea- ture which has been the ballot' resulted as follovJs: KingX .411, Fielding Graham McKenjre CO. OTTAWA, Aug. third ballol has hccn cancelled5.faccauRe Graham announced his retirement after a vole: had been, started, fi'cKenzie then nnnpunced- his retfremcMi. leaving the tight King and Fielding. Voting on the fourth ballot was proceed id with at 6.15 o'ciick. Before the. third ballot was 'laken, Irlr, Graham' that in order lo expedite proceed- ings her would retire. i OTTAWA, Au3 before Ihfi 'nominations were read out by tKe chairman ,al the. Liberal con- vention, Lady Lauricr, entered the' hall and there was a scene -of grent enthusiasm. Every dele- gale and cheered her- for several minutes. Lady Laurier smiled her acknowledgement. on I'.ifiti CHICAGO, Aug. all the middle had in effect today orders to ac- cept subject to delay on account of t'he'strike of federated railway shop_rhen. t The strike ol .the shopmen" continued (a spread rnd M. L. president of Ihc council the sirik-! iri the middle west, said that tralfic diEcortlLnljed in three Representatives of the shopmen Cent- ral railroad bttweeri Chicago.and at' 3 meeting Mich., adopted Resolutions SUD- poiting the 'the inte> rational union a'nrfi urging strik- ers to return to, pending a nation-wide itrike vole. HAT. Aug. Oivision of responsibility (or thr i J now being conlempla a i SemlUeni Alleria ivss settled I session of Uio conftrcs las ihc pro- rnusl he orectoiJ for furnishing water to several Irrigation districts i hereafter 10 lie formed and, ami Ihey decided, after tlie ___ vile enlire conversion, in; iit. Federal Cioverri- ,1 ihujmcvl now controls and will continue EO far] lo i-on'rol ilio waters in Ihe prairie arc concerned! provinces and. WHEREAS the constnicllou of main cannly and reservoirs is a financial undertaking oC cbosidc-rublc maeui- tmlc. and WI1KHKAB the erection of Irriga- tion dlslrieiM act] Ihn adtnjnlslralipn thereof for llic distribution ot water lo (ho user is of local or Provincial XclEun Sjien'mr ot Medicine ,lint anil concern, and J S. J. of I.elbliriclRc, placing' tlio necessity [or immert- iho resjionslb'illn- for' financing Lbejfote ar.tiun 'HI beginning construction main dhrhes reservoirs on the j work is of viia.1 importance to pre- ttic dis-neiit a recurrence ml llic Dominion government and ihe-pro- (Viticinl coverninent should share the j financial hurdrii by liacklng the fnrni- icrp praeiicajly cnually. The j proposed was scv lorlh in Ihe follw- resolution iml forward Col. Hon. -Duncan Again Klcclcd President of Ifi'e As- AUcnd- ance Ever arvo s- the farmers' ir- on Hie in the carry his out oE ilrrisaiion on (fie scalp necessary for IribuUcm systrti Uislricts Kiaff Reporter) of Ihe distress arisitic. out of continued drought. JIRHOIA'RU That In ttie opinion of this convention ii-.is tUc duty of tile Kedcral (Jovernmcnt lo construct ami. maintain a5l main canals and resctr-' success in ilie I'raiiie Provinces for irrigation to I distinct jihads arise Construction! (IclKer ivalcr at cost Jn the districts nt main canal i and, on the j concerned ;md that llic. .Provincial hind and distribution of Tinier' (ipvcrniTicnls inlerested should aesufim. on Hie oiljcr and, Ilie' i-ryjionsiLUity for the ercclinn-'qt, W1IER10AS .main- irriEalion 'canals liriRaLion district to. dislrilmlc: and reservoirs wilt he nvater ami lo assist Ihj? aaifl 5IKD1CINK bridge caplurcil of MA-JOKE SEC. ED; f liic Wcstcru' Canada Irrigattoji As-f ji Q 1 1 oublion cm aftcninon. i 1 1. Jj. II nd Ihnt honor 'falls lo Hie city result of a inoiion by F. K. II. 'A'ollaMnn, of- Vcrnoii. sero by D..J. of Maple Greet, nv was adoiilcd unatiimonsly. .1 In Ihc order ol selling" Ihc .con-vanMoil city, Lclbbridgc not hav? had an (o secure Ilin jroitKrras (ill ialZ'3. ami In. C. licitig rieTL in turn after ihi- year1.-; L-onvnnlJon in Allirrla, ImL Lhn decidfd thai, owinp to the Uou oC (lortlons rn'lroails Iwccn Budapest and (Continued on Pago IRISH CONSTABLES SHOT DUBLIN, Aug. Rlor- dart, who was shot [rfonday rht Ertnlsllmtn, Counly Clare, at the garne time was and kllftid, df.id yctlcrday ot his wounds. Albcrln .Minister Has a Very Poor Opinion of I lie OKfiwir Talk SimiUu-lv' Collision in llic )NighL Between Vessels, on i'fct Atluhlic Cousl Kcpndiules the Suggestion-Mtule By Detective K! Winnipeg B. U. Lawful Secrelary Urowuc, ot IS niincrs1 union, strongly .rcsedts the alnlcmcnt. as ol Dclcr- llvo Wnugli at M'imiipcg aa lo his ad- sovicts. To Ihc Herald ?te Ihc following statement .of con- trailif.lion in l f OTTAWA, Ayjr. 7. Xiitncrous speakers U'pro licarrl at aftoniooh session of the Lilkirnl 'conycnllon yes- declaring tlieir in the future OL Ilie Liberal cause. Hon. AV. K. Foster, premier of ruHsirlrV, a Liber.il vie- ]-y In Hrunswlck at the next tlic.nlgliL between (lie ateamer War i federal Sir Ilonort IlorcJen. Witch, bound for .Sydney I1.0 promised llic people ot Ihc five persons may have lopL tltclr lives in -a collision ThlcU occurred during "On -the nlfilil ilial Tom .Moore and Urncc. incmhcrs of llic Maihors" Cotiunisaiofi, spoke at (lie Allan Tliea- Ire. Calgary, Detective was al the door aa myself n few morn friend were coming I have for over a" year as a dcicctiyc, having nad to iirotcrt of our men from liim last He anj Coiiraiie. France, schooner Gallla willi SI. 1'iorre. II js hcllcvod acdtlciil. iv4iicii In LillliiJc W.aa, longi'llxlc 55.35 Mesl, very cldso lo. SI. Pierre, was tine lo lire lieuvy fogfl have licen linnghig" off Ule cpa3L.for sev- eral Xofh'ni! ilcfinllc la kilown of Ihe loss of .life li'esiile llic niinics of seven News of ULC -collision' came lo Hall- fax In hicssaghs In (tju ma- rine anil fisheries iktiiirliiiont anil of lho War HUNDRED AND TEN QEfAHATE STRIKES MEW YORK, Aug.' More i nhtl conjpany, agents H'Jlcli.-'- ronlaiiicj tlie fll .v.'lilch Ihc nc.cldcnl occulrtfl ant! Inn naiiirs nf the Hlirvlvoni. Iml no Those re.icuetl. pre- sumaljlj- Irnw tlio fl.lllis. os no men- tion Li niarle ot (be Vi'ar Wiu-li, are I.. Ifepls. C. tl. Mny, A, Caallcl anil .f. C. L'tiebcr, flnd ,1, (T. I Kelscul. A. Unylls airil M. Lecore, mcmhers of ihe CTD-A'. These si'Jioon- usually rarry ii m-'nllnuni creu- ol 15 auj liave ui.comino'.lalloil for fl doz Jen iiassoiiKCi'g, ('onsctiuenliy It Is Ihe iiiarilhnn provinces linm.inc] a that Jte ivoulfl consider Ihc Question HIQ extension of licinndii'ieB. the provincJiU clecllons (ame, FrcJ Cojlffflon, for (lie Y.ukon. said there 'v.is srarrely n vlol- filion of Ihc conpllUiUon of whtcli llio IIonion fiovernm'ent liail- )jpen giiilly. was scarcely n prin- ciple U liail nr.t violafrrt. For thu firfit linio in history miu-hlne Buna had been turned nit Canadians. 11 n KovernrnrnJ or Irmnprry nml He In .1 Flatumcnl by lho Kon- Arlhur Siflon Ihnl the lifne hfltl como for In Can- .Tib. >lr. Congdon Ihonchl Ihhl'Llic I m, poonje wmilrj .igr'co llic anil would romp lo Ihu concilia-' said. "Ilow arc yon getlinp along, I (old him "Fine." -I in trbtlnc.ecl..onc of my [Mends to him as h real Ifve de-et-live iyJilngly saying. "HavR you anything your hip, Vvhciicvpr TVC mot. He "Xwt nol I then gaid. "How would if lie if ua Ilirco went to UusJiia and joined the irrigation problems being Jntinmtion 'in Resolulion primarily nf- IcriinE Soutliorn logic? I in break Ihc regular vciUlion rind sciid HIP, convention to centre'ol the Jrrigalioji ;isi- j n in the west. t Mi. McKtivtr., of U. C., Is cd at Inlcrnnl- ional's Biflfibultics with Mich linriDcialor other. as may'ljc It furlhcr resolved'IhaL hn-- niedintc acllon ;ilnni; these lines (Of vital J'earce." or Ihc rcsoliillons com in I'- tee, Ihm .Uio committee co'iiM concur the grourfd that such vision'of resnonKiliiHty. was i'ji- possible. The cost of Ihe innin diLcli would be a charpu land. Tho rovcrnwent coVil not undertake to build tlie 'dilnli foro knowinr; (land under the ditch, and (hb. schcino ]trvnuscd in Hie resolutioii.viW Responsibility Nelson Spencer, sponsor ol thp-re-j- nlutiojt, liowcvc'r. declnrcd Ihe time haJ coniti (he division o.' nnisl'.'l''J PKRN'IK. Aup, J.-7-Ilistrir.t niimhni surri Ihii oji Uiiitjone. Miner's- "doiiarlmeiil pi1 One Ulg city, but -slatrd that, however mucli, Union, us Ihe late Gladstone 'Loral Ihey woii'il'like-to liave the convon-jj lltm.rexl year he felt [hat il might'( Inv hetler not. (b jeopardize Ihe solii-! noiv by the members of R'new orgaiiizalion. Held', its S made now and on the gross across the HorKics. Mayor Ilnnlie rvnd S. .1. Rliourinrd UiR inrilatioii' on hehalf of l.cthbridge aiul the' LeltiVrndRC Hoard of Tratlr, setllnff forth Hie reasons -aliirh finally prevailed In m alii UK (lie cliolce. Mayor Itnrdlc" declared thn( 5T tlie problems of Hie irrlgalionlsis could bo seUlcd jlghl in ccnLrcj nciv 'organization can not be learned. but a resolution tHth.a whereas pre- fixed, was adapted which i? something like the following: known as fllactetonc local Jins been by its mcnilicrs anrt. _ XVhercas. !lic Xnmbcr One'Local of of ihtrdiKtric; where .they tlicjlbc mining of, the One elfccl voulrt. to greater than inighlj Union hns hccirorganized ils II. C. and fa'as-i place, therefore lie it rcsolrctl ihBt'any kaichCTvan would .both benefit attompl lo organize in cn- >vho "earlier in the day lo lliis union' wIlV Lo lo'okPd liatl issued an litvllaUoii-pn behalf ofj.uppu M an attempt a I'M rife e-brea'kin's find Ils will1 be ronslilcreif a a Those may not be llio exact words of, Lhu b'.il Ihey express Hip meaning1 of the action In an interview David. Irvine. International Organizer of the Mine of America, that. Ben- my, inslilp vrrt porkcL a dlagrnni in a copy of Ihc Labor u'hirh hnil bcon spltl 'fn the publir, itftvvFi ,3t.nnils lor months previous anO. wls jrjblic Ttic dlaenin v.aa in lho Fhanc of a slion-ing diftrre.nL Imhuslrlal trades, I showed lilni .tJic brfucry (Ippnrlnienl kJiowiiiR thai tin took a (Imp and lold tilm Hint a Job na n liciuor (ealer lor Iwo lionrs a 'He replictl, '-'II would suit me as I think 1 can roiLiuinc enough IA livo hoiirii lo'lasl 16 one flay." 0. B. U. Lawful" The cvldcnre he. pave at the Win- er' Tlftl, if the Blalemcol in Ihn iress Is (rue. Is absoltitelv false, and than 110 arc- in In" New'York City, ac- cording .to a slaternent today by Inspector John Dafy the Icarcil llril (lie Joss of life Tlic War WHch, ,V IIK, !a well slilpplug ti''- inakfntf trips M Sj'ilmly, Nu rnul'j lie oli ifin llnl II was lime lo relegate Mr, Siflon lo the oblivion from vrbirli he i Pardcrt s.iid (f was ono o( ral which Libcrmls should rfimom- i u bo-. bo pnssed fmtly' Hint tho.Krcalosl pood h'' .''kinj! of Ihe O.H.U.. Mr.' 1'iat unflcr Ilic orclcr-ln-conncil of lo ilio grealpsl number. he- lifjvpf] In l.ibernlisiii anrt In very pan, .VjirVffj-. Alj'cr.'n, re-' -frrrod In thr cffr-d cri .r.ir.o l-'onr) trcidcft unions and other :Tns wcrti ;hr.M Tho O. B. U, bad jjo.r ileclarpd iiiiluu-hil by llic ROV- orhmcnl until It was (Icefared so would 'continue lo Ijc nclil until (i was given recognition. 'Triple Orepk.'said lie would have liked o have Secure'd the convention for .hat city, bill owinR to the JBSUPS at would -waive' the claim for n year. .'V., LvUihridgc .delegatCB .were highly ilallon; f secnrfid pt piice. The sitnaifon of tlio farmers in tlie drougbt'kser.lion whs denloralilo. The Dominion- govrrnninnt WHS responsible for throwing niiun Ihe kind mid settling it, and Ihoy wcro Ilierefoic rcsiionsiblo for :to remain on Hie Innd mDke they could live comfortably. The time lo act is-row. 'Dominion Owns Rivers S.' J. Shepherd, of LHhJirldgo. said that the resolution simply conlempiat-. cd the exicnsion pt the river, 'syst'cm ol si vrovlTirc Hift now through -natural cKannela might flow through sble of liTigation. rircrs are "llio1 proi'erly. of the Dominion gove'rh.- inenl: the .responsibility, -thcrcrbro rented" on thoni, Knrlier." chief ot iLe irrigMloii lim'n'cli Ihe deparlraent of It'ircj thought thft respotisibllily lo by imHual eCfrfrt-i on the pRrt'ot Ihc Dominion, provin- cial governments and Ihu Irrigation iDslricls. Twcedie.Opposed T. M. Twecilic, M.P.. of Calgary, salil-thal when lie. csmn to lho coi- _rcEoion A up. Two (liousanit rfocl; coalx workers 'at the Kniierlor-Duhilh liarbor and'loO al o Harbors on slrike today, cri- lirrly movemenl ;h.e head ol the Iflbcs. Seven boats unload and 15 on war from Ihc loxTctr lakes. In all, JS4.000 toiis lied up. '15 per cent. Inc.'pase to May 1. and" Ki Cent more, cftc.cllvo'now. ORDUNA ARRIVES TOR ONTO. .rnmes'C-! lllev. dircclor ot -ItrhnUal etluea- Viscount ______ added" K j. -'at o' poKrlblrtlled for afipolntmenl lo dor for P'hp has been ginngf (he pog{ of British ambassador lo lho VaJiiAblc lo the Untied Stales- United StalCJ.'t Nnlwlthslanding the. go'vernmcnl'Ju connerllcm vora-1 'act Dial ViaAonnL Grey's c'yesighl'is cr 'vrllli Ir --Thc sic'a oops flnnrrt. Is i tdinurrow. I lion Uonal education, will relurn to ('J nila to jtmtnl the [losltiort, of Ihc. o[ industrinl and Andrew, Bnnar .Law, nl.cai education IDT, Ontario, Ills Biio'xesrnfln, In the nointuiffnt yeetirinjf Inlimflfinff Ihnl a Dr. Cody, minister of J bcfrn Jilfih In offered the ;