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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ffcraW VOLUME M, LliTWMUDGE, AUUbllTA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919 NUMBER 202 Striking Trainmen WinlsWages Return To x Work Until Settled, WASHINGTON, Aug. ert of the 15 organltitiori of the railroad employees, united today in a "definite auertlpn" lhat they had no' desire and nave "had no dnEre "to Impretf upon the pub- lic by violence or by threat" proposal that the be nationalized -'under' tri party control. Declaring that trie request of men that' living potta be-re- duced or Increated WM the of the future diapoiitlon of-the rail rotd ''problem; the leaders that If Pn'ildent Wilton and con.-' TRYING TO GET ST. JOHN MEMBER OTTAWA, Aug. E. Elkln, I [bent-union tit 'member M. John, bbeii offered thi New Brunt wick ctbinet re- proenUUon In of Hon. F. B. Carvill, but It undtcia'ed and KM homi to up lit- uatlon ftnd Atcertiln nil chancel. If he Won't chares It, Sir Douglai Hiien will. French Committee Proleals Bc- cause Disarmament Did Not Come With End of v PERSHING CALLED HOME report- 4 thai. Qen. I'ershlat bean suddenly recalled ,lpj (be V'tilled Stales and Ihal he mat oven MR vtsll to Kin? Albert of Bel- "gluni, planned for Sunday. o 0 ft A 0 4 0 -J %V A fl Reported That He is Not I'av- orable lo Commonwealth's Naval "olicv VANCOUVER Aug. special'lo Ihe Vancouver Provlffco fiorn Sydney1 N-.S. W.. lodiiy PA11I3. Aug. report o[ Ihoj "U believed that Viscount .IcW- chamber of deputies peace the- "aval delcnse of on Ihe military naral ahd aerial; im- ilOEiandinB (lint the Common- u-ealdt rccoKalze ftil.'esl obligations of Einplre-.uuil comleiiimne its pol- icy. In future, Australia will lake its important imrt In a deeply consider- 'ptl> Imperial scheme, iu n-lildi MID Comnionweallb will be allotted Lhc "the-men. Would have lo' try .to find another, clauses of lha peece Lrealj- makes llt- i I'j'j-frlla-ismof the latler clauses, but regrets 'strongly tbe military '1 IKTDIS which nwgc, (iennagt- in poaaes- jlori of au army." "What all (icoples desire-vuat they ivell .earned alter five years of such n terrible was the report "Despite llic limitations prescribed, (the German array, will 'eilst with a of machine, guns to a division. "Our chief guarantee Kes In Artlrlo scojie, covering 'aiV'tnvcstigation DISCOURAGE DARING 1 AERIAL ACHIEVEMENTS PARIS, Avg. o( motion picture i showing the flight under the Arc de Trlomphe made Thursday by Military Avia- tor Godafray, were prohibited to- day by the police on the ground lhat the flight was made corn trary to police regulations and likely to encourage other dan- gerous feats. llntor-AHicd Supreme Council Told Them No! To Advance .'On Kudqpcst Five Lives'Lost and Fifteen Per- sons Missing in Disasler at duty of preserving tho, lulereals ot the Etnpirc iii Ibc southern Pacific.; The Chion squadron iviH consist o" ui 'powerful-fleet against a ulble eastern menace. "In Iho best-informed circles is Iho opinion lhat iV II mission is iiioro than Aus trail an in Us ST. CATHERINES, .Onl- 9- penona 'were killed, 14 knovm Injured and at Least 15 are missing ak of an explos- Ion which-wrecked the govern- ment etevafor'at Port Colborne I PARIS, Aiif. 'n'a's course ID Hungary Is lo be limit- Jed to maintaining order. Il was suid i (oday Ly M. Valda, ol the Rumanian dalegallon, according to the Eicelsior, and Rumania withdraw from lluii- as toon as the Hungarians com- j ply with ihe Rumanian uUiiuaiuci and (their iroojis are disarmed. j "FurUiermore, we have entire con- fidence in the dec'EIon ot Lhc allies at our Interests In central Europe arc t ihe M. Vaida was quoted as i saying. I The return of the Hapaburg- dynas- J lyj he declared, he'conslderetl as dan- igerous 10 the Hungarians aud the al- jlies. Several newspapers' today lo ihe Rumanian iiiuatlou a. ser- ies ol- three iiolcs ivas sent by the' inter-allied supreme council to I'rc- J. .1. C. Bratlano. of Rumania. H The Ilrsi bf.ihese invited llic Ru- in an tan high command to atop tLe ad- heed Ihc.Bdvlcu ot I'roaldctit and Ihelr grant! lodge olllcers_lo, re- turn work .yendinj a'ivage settle-; menl. The reports .from middle west points upwards nf shopmen-had. bticic In rcsiionse in the warning nf llic president tfiat their "wages' would not he adjusted unttl Ineyreturnid to irork! -suppJe- icenlcd by ihe of the grand I'rbm cast, south, BouHiwcat and far ivejfL.cflmc; roporig that Uic; JJIDJ) hat) decfcUdYnol'jfln relurn to work'until ol. >Ad- ts' from AUaiila, ro'fd cjeculive'comnill- had 'opIerii're'ipluUqps.iipl''- lo resume o'u- alionV' had 'been were -r.r-.'- k IJmlicd' ejohafloes on (rc all road Englind, Japan-want's qiiidrupisd.'during- the I pcndtL.whrle Japan's .trade InVia-. (wards, only increased iO 'per cent. .Australian" public- opinion Js ,-iJrcstlv jiDonsy about lUc increase ot inijjorls sees cr.nrc JQ these the second ad- is i vised Ihe Romanian, cabinet that the vancc on allies could not approve ihe terms ol the" proposed JUunauiaii arraislico ul- Bourassa's I'aper Mentions (he Campaign Thai Has Opened Against the New lib- eral Leader Aug. 9.--Le Devoir. Uenry Uourassa'e paper, "Of all eandiilalcs for ihe leadership or ihe Liberal party, MackciizCc KfnK is the [cast of a. politician. In calling him lo Ihe direction '.he ministry of labor. J-auricr was supplying him- self with Ihu luxury1 of a spec- Ltimnlum Ic l.SV.Msss., he shop' hnqn's strike. 6n the EiigWd rail- caused further cur {.ailment ot lEtr-tTatn'BervJce il clays In the; nidvetucnt'or (rc'gLit to- rjJayV -Suh'nrbim: (raffic suspension on York. N civ [onl and tlic and Mtiln lines Tohlinued find t ho expected walkout of, iore mechanics on Ihe and j [ftino- caused officials 'to fear, that compelled lo. curlail Lha service so far [ed sllll further Bulletins posted today said ,lhal irlhcr service annulment could and Ihal all "scr- sQhJect lo delay or curtalf- BERLIN, Aua-- Qovern- menl announces, th'e." disco very of movf- a general railroad strike :ln central all-of Ger- "Sp'artacana.and. :charged with of the h -IheJ goyemment suppress. 'wale'r' cove'red jwith. ,The probably large crew of the barge the casualties. by Explosion Onl 9-" ls the scene of tho: Attitude' j wreck-of tliR goycriimeni PAIHR' the and ilio -third ialist, a Icchijica] man who' won li con- fine hlmselLio his especial duties. We believe that the old leader who saw in Ihe political struggles a means o[ eiercising a useful talent thoiifht ako of the natural ol Ihle young worker which would ope day rernilL him la take a leading 'IL is sufficiunL to glance at this morning's Gazette to see the kind or fight in which the new chlel will have. lo tako part. His own theories of in diistry have lieen against him in print, !l is a polnler which one lousl dw-jH on. were immedi ly published, 'young man -nithouL war I record heads Liberals'; a tope thai .nuinaina sla for earned him hos- anncably wilh the imil.s nt Onphpr. preme rouncil. II was said lhal 110 p.nsiverhQcl 'been -received lo any of .Boycriimeni j PAJUS." ivhpre an occurred at noon couiicil of the peace tonferoiicc belli regular meeting today, the incin- The crjusc Exjloslon and ;thc i hers ot lha council discussed Hun- jSfl- situation'informally. The con- Ihrct! barge Qm aud s Speaks of Him as Young Man Lofty-'r Ideas LOXpOX, Aug. -iTlniea in nil editorial j. "The of Hon. iJ. Mac- of Kenzie-K'ng as Ihe succes-ior cf Sir Lhe craft system- of- trades unionism j Wilfrid I.aurler is an event ol great have definitely retused.-to. meet UD-J importance, to the Dominion Vnd is holders of Big-Union in o[ great Imperial interest. C'n- Hc-debate because ifnTi'illtng- -least bore Jillty ol Quebec 'V.'illjaoi Lyon 13 native of Berlin. OnL, the great Ger- man centre ot Canada, and-where he his ramom suesch denouncing Sir Uohcrl Borden's -liaval policy to meet the Herman menace.' is 'the feeling ol Hiyalty. Ihal is being aroused him, hy ivhlch. v ihe cren- or tie j lylnj llloje upon IhV. question ol Kumania's llle ot [line 'of J Hungarian as' the baillx jfoimer phase'.or the si Wall on __ jiurnivr puasju n; me in- be- keresting. Ihe council more than anv in oLthc ;-v barge I3i froih' .American -''relief roniX ttie crnbarfiu'placeil Lv the Rumania her were aboard is not fc The .''explosion liappenexl abaut and ai :i.llO ,tlicre were bu'.y. four horllc-s recovered. lv Ihe number killetl vary from I lo the morel rient. eslinl: ncss o[ tlle 0ni, xjnion number o[ ates -jilacc Ironi Kn the ffhoiis on strlkb ai about E'-epOrts' recor'dnd''tJini.blc that nuh.ber, Grand Trunk Men I'ORT 'ItuhO.V More than'COO.Grand Truuk ahopmcn jiuL here morning. -About ?a score of-iriacbinlsts rcmuiti al vork bin the shops. to .confine the discussions to efforls being made (o orpmize'a Uri-1 ion movement In H. A. nigg, westerniorgan.zeV (or the Cp- nilnlpn TraJes" and I.ahor Congress nnd Varley.'seiieraVorKarLizcT for.Lhc announced in' a'lalement made puh- nadlan itoV.lics are no longer a mal- er of indifference in this cpimlry. That Is iitirV'oC Pi'r berlCage deeds of the-i'anadion Iroops Tn" OTTA I.. .Mac- cnzle-KliiR, IcaJer' of. _Lhc.' Liberal -Tiallrfd Iho' grjivft of J Sir t Rf wreath, of "hVag k! "In" and -placcil .on It noIia leaver. boarinE affctllonatE, Temcm- ,by lic'ithis aflemoon'i AVc- .thfe .slfltcmenl, ;rlo discuss the "question In the. form In which Ihe, ehRlJeiiters pteeent it and arbitrarily Insist upori. .The effort beins forth by. Llie chaUengerj to a Ono" Big'.tiiiion 'movement in Western Cnna4tiyls .concrcle yitalliy.hiTecta. labor in Hits the industrial 'flelil" This jye were prepared lo debate, but Inasmuch" Ihft'challen- ger's have de- gree their original proposal and Iniisl upon discussion tnypkihs a: cbmpar- lnbTi Between a thtDrblloal conception, juid a-mfli-emcnt lli'at hsn been )n c5c- Litence S3 .years, -Wc-mujL'refuse Jq k was lion. Sidney Fisher. During Lhc day the new Liberal lead- r hfni .a coniercnte wllh D. leader since Ihe flcalh oV'Sfr. Laurler. Ho also con- 1 Icrrccl dlhcr promlncuL, Mborals wcro.galherpd In Ottawa lor Ihe TCnllbril -Mr. .King's' hcadquarlcrfl -tiv-iiifi.yllojiobotovigh nparlmcTtts Thursday nlghl. after the con- Ten U on chdsen him leaflet, he ilpon Laufler, WHS ipresciil Lime, at ttic aflcrnoon j MURDERED EACH GR Ing' A recent Irfp Jnti _ot the Peace fiiver, twtf Ariior Poland J..-J. kesftrtido, .seUled dllfercncea CnBtantlr gune and ictnilly. murdering cicli Bother In tolrt blood; Tfjfs'biifiSrmaUon was. contain' ed in a report rccelvtd here IddaV by Of Prorlnclftly Police v.rbm..Chlo( CoiiBUhle Harry Tuylo'r, jrtto Inreatfcated (ho, case. -Thfl bod- tro rneii RIOT DAM AJ5E TAX Liverpool riot dapade It estimated it quartet mlllfon .flerllnB, )ri-- volvlng two ihlllingt extra tax to the cJtyi enor- mout lufris thrcujjh the'jtoppage the vice. The .local iiilh'arjtiei pppartnily itlll "whether 'to r: Instate Any .of Ihe peUce strikers. RfjjrliltiS -for 1he oollcs force alege thatj at hom Icad.crjor.n pnlitfcal parly gathcrins rope. From ,'lheir sowing on thb- wUlofieltts an abundant iiolif'.cal fesl nlroajy hcKins lo appear vu.ntl Premier Uordcn prepared theMvajvfoV .he reaping hy his emineiH1 fentcseh- :atfon of Canada in the council ctiam- licr'ot ilallons. "Ko secure is posilion' in. the English mind as representative :of Canada" lliaL il is not.ahvaya ojfsy lo remember herb thnb at home' ho ib it Ic a I parly ngniiisf "mny be v speculate 'on Ihc probable of tlic.comhinntioh under his. leadership, but il 'hQ'.lii.riiiencDrt by of a Laurlcr, U'. wiU be for' instance. sbnaUly ot Ihc neiy Liberal lender and by hls'poUUcal record." Consequently, fnUrest'in. Uiese po'nls here. Is not prily-.IcgUiinato, hut (lie obl.Biitioii'bf intelligent citizenship.'1 Tlic Times thon skctclics llic carder ai llie new-lender'and connludcs: "WftEi.-lne llori. King'.Hi Itio Liberal lielin'Ihcro can be; (Ullo rlak Ihal Ihc Kmplre anil before the ivorhf as n'pa'frn In tbo local may bey siirc'. lliat Ills In sigh Idfty polHical Ijlcag-.wtll keep ndfore'.liis' cycs'.Hnd.. Iho .eyes .of his I'Vrly the Immense' present even greater' future former monarcli refused on ing been king and .'emperor, JiV'.ebvild Aug. S.TfThere were prospects' of provisional settle- mtnt of the-bakfre' strike in .this city todayV the employers and men. meeting to, the It la be'lfeved ihjt Iht negc-llallons '-.will rctult In 'the men. returning fo. pending- dlricteri mei; fair, for the It wfli fart ,'ftbmit'-of dlrkUrl wtfufd be no" grrfn or, SEVENTEEN KILLED DYNAMITE EXPLOSION .LOrVOONr Aug. Long "replying to a question In the no "illerript had made t a the Yunken Gtrman ships at Scapa Flowt but the, ships beachid In shal- :lewrwater1, btfore they had tfme The cost of-1 salvage 7 would Jarge and. it. wjc being "mtt from'.lht navy funds. Ulli- ;matejy the charge .'vldvfd'be let- tltd between the Only onff salvage vessel yvat employed J .'for about a ''1 .cnii- noY-. overlook the Issue br f> 4 PROHIBIT SUGAR EXPORT f 4 v I.'' GOVERNOR vorac'.ty Anti honor wliJeh Jnjocleil (nto Ih6 conlrover- cflblefl IValsd. "II j-on rio not Join'In LJiiiVequ'esVloT a commHlcc of! flhall publicly sllgjuaUzo you n9 .Ji falslflcV ohil your anaMfir lo our of wilful mcn- on part of a Jilgh olflclnl field ;b( crooVeJ AnotHcr (iroipcclor, Iyjnj5 In irnnl or Ihelr Cnrnp between tK6 Nel-l lit and the live ttocji.not In '.ibow It Ki'and cfcndlllon.j f'} than V '-i I.. 'MEXICO CITY, Awp- Seven- WONlAf) HONORED VILLAGES AMI Twenty the...Sorn'nle dlitrlct haVe -.iilla. :ol BT' Stuari of Wuh- it a Red Crow urlit I T. thli whe re AIHBS; An the port pf sugar waa promulgtited- v (odfly by life Argentine eor- t-