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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta xir LEtllBmUCiK, ALHEKTA. MONDAY, AlTil'ST II, NT.MHKn 203 (lose from Obscurity lo Place of Groat Prominence, in Ihe Indusirial World LENNOX. Auo- drew Carnegie, steel magnate and at his sum- Shadow.Brook, at 7.10 morning after an .Illness of less than three days with brcn- ehlpj.'pneumonia. So sudden Was hra death that" his daughter, Mrs. Roiwcll Miller, was unable to get to her father's bedside' before lie 'died. -His wift. and private sec- retary were with, him at the .end. Mr. Carnegie had spent most of the' summer Lennox, coming here late In May. Up to a few weeks ag.o he-was enjoying him- uif in almost dally fishing trips In Lane Mahkeenac, which bord- ers.his big Shadow Brook estate, and In riding about his grounds. His advanced age and powers of resistance hastened the Carneyic leaves his widow, who was Miss Lcufst'Whitefield of New York, and his daughter, Margaret, who was married April .to Entign Roswcll Miller, or New. York, AS HbY WAS GETTING READY TO START FLIGHT FROM LETHBR1DGE TO CALGARY OF HB1Y Kolchak Gov't NearingtheEnd NO FOUNDATION FOR ORUMHELLER STORY orniuK cil'tion of lh.e v -oiuaiueil a Hoy can lie seen sealed in his airuJaVo. Commissioner Krceuian Is walking In ihe machine and A. !Jiiehauun, M.P., is slu.iid.Liig tulkins lo Geo. HieVnlunesfUe iho aviator. Smith, ol Career Carnegie, ihe world's first Jfreat'-'slefcJ -nmgnale, was born1' in i6n November 15, 1535. In, 1S13J; wteir tit' was 13 years he VenI with bis family .Ho .AirerlcRivf'eUjinrj n't Plilsburg. Ilia parents ireiV-jipor. and -ot "an ago be went to xork aa a weaVer's as-' upttpn at :AIIe; EhcnY, teie- boy, pnterlner" jli'ij the nEC or'iG.J-'JIerc'hc Jcrmifcd telegraphy transferred Ills energies to railroad 'telegraphing, cit- t crin c'the employ of Ih'e .Pennsylvania JlAllrontlii Co. ns a telegrapher. .By.sheer application So his work he in prcrnoiJons until he be- came-superintendent or Hie Fillsburg division of-the Pennsylvania railway. r TVlillc holding this position litf joined Tilr. Inventor ot the sin Ing In organizing the Slecirng Car gaining through it the nucleus of his fortune.' Careful investments ;tn' Ihe Pennsylvania oil served to increase Ills means. Wlicn ihc civil war broke out' lio served as sunprinlenilcnL of military raihCays and government -telegraph 1'ncs In After the Avar .he entered tho iron manufacturing field, developing iron works q.1 various kinds, and established aUPiLLsbiirg the Keystone-" ttridge Works and Union Ironworks. He in- troduced the Hcsdcmcr process of man. ufaduring filer! in 18GS. IHd business hrid a few years later he be- canic the principal owner of the Home- stead .Ami Edgar .Thompson Steel and other plants which ircru the foundalio'n-of whnt" grew lo, be one of the largest TorUincs of the Secret Understanding" lichveen Japiin and Great'Hrilaln Was Not Revealed to U. S. U. Leaders Were Oiitf Drumheller Itfth ctnlury. He 'BOOB', ot'lbe Carnegie, -I'hlpps Iiead and Co.; and the Carnegie Bros, and and In JS69 th'o'se SMU other steel com- panics 'vero'consolidated In. the In a grcal steel mercer loot SJacc -In' thc'Unlleii States under-his direction, rosulllnE 1" 'no Unllcrt Stales SLcel Corporation afttr which Mr. Carnegfo "retired from nc- I Jvc. bMsliicas management, of his largo Interests! Carnegie Js well-know4 ns n philanthropist, -having given large -sums of money uO I (brant's hr the Untied EltvlCK, Canada and Great'Bri- tain.-' The.- Carncslfc Corporation of New York Is the tnisleo of the funds lio a'nt aside for Ho Mas 8 member-Of many cluba.'and had re- ceived "many foreign decorations, In- cludlngf the Legion of Honor In Ho lind during-, his llfcllmc Iho freedom -6t cities In Great Brl WASHINGTON, Aug. ence of the secret trtaly between Japan BrHplrrrigarding the peninsula, concealed from Secretary Lan- sfng by ViEcount" .Japanese ambassador to the United Mr; Lansing testified today'before the senate foreign relations ctrtp- mitlec. PRESIDENT, REFUSED -WASHINGTON. to send. the. lervate a 'copy of Gen. Bliss1 statement -concerning -the Shan- tung settlement the re- ferences SorrTet'Oifferericcs v oris-! _._ _.._ covenant scut to ih'e forcleti.relatious committee toilny by FrepidehL.Wilson coht.ilns dif- fering from (li.C icagins" covenant a.doptcri at Paris.-' The '-American plan' conlajnc-d provision For ivUndrtkivol-'froni proylsloii uot finally, ncccpled! under the league would inquire into the feasibility of -abolisliing 'coiupul- sorj- military service." There also was h provision in tiie American plan, omjlte'tl fioin th.c finnl draft, would declare it (i "Inndn- power agree-. mcnU for rights ou tlio high seas. President Says Impassible IVASin-NTrTON. Auff. President wrote Chairman' Lodge or tlic senate foreign rclallons coniiriiitcc lo- dav that tL >voulil not' bo jvossihle lo coniply with th'e couimU tee's request for the documents used by thc'Anieri- cni; peace commissioners nt i'.iria in ncEotfad'ng tlie peace "TliD Vniious tlala-liDarlris" upon. -or cd in tonneclioii with the treaty o? peace willi IliR prcsV- denl, "arc so mlsccllnneous'and cnor- mass that it woiilfl lie impos- sible lor t me to secure 'tlicin wlthoul tronS Paris lli'c vrliolc flic 61 (Spcclal to Ihe CALGARY, Alia., Aug. leaders of the O.B.L1. Rl Drum- hetler were run cut of the town by a body of 150 veterans .-and others from the Mcodie Mine on Saturday night. This is the climax to the tense situation thnt has prevailed since the beginning of '.he strike and the employment of veterans hy Mqodie- The men, including Secretary Sullivan'of the O.B.U., were taken in .cars about 20 miles oulj of lown, some of their money taken from them, set.on diffcrsriMraUs, and stay sway. There- was no the O.B.U. men treated to verbal drill- bings by the veterans and citi- zens. f Following'this Incident the citl-- zens of th'e town held a meeling Sunday evening and decided lo of- fer protection to any miners who vented back to work, under international authority; This morn- ing the be_ opened up with 150 vctcraTis'on plcKet duty. They bs armed, and the police are prepared for evcnluali- (lies. Thompson, -one. of Ihe O.B.U. men .turned out, walkedja.ll JVfiht he Cslgary. He -sa'ys-'he-does .rot., .-1--'! blame tke' veterans, bul some of the-mine'operators who agitated them. Sullivarf, the secretary of the O.B.U.. there, is said to be on his way back' there, was no-violence accompanying this nent citizens-fear trouble in the near future of a very serious na- ture' if the mines do not coon re- turn' to normal wo'rking condi- tions. l At ops lime during' the Saturday night incident the suggestion was thrown o.ut that 'the veterans should get-some rifles and.clean ..'but the wfcale valley of lhe: obnox- ious" element. _ Tlie llcralj JJr'JijihtUor annonntliiK Ihat uvrj men Ihrte ImJ pUui in a ytccneJ haill'j wilh the Alla.s A IAUT reyon tays iliat llio 5 lory ib isJtbuui finin- Failure of (iei .Supplies Through forces Hctiremenl of I Us Con- Irol in Siberia mcnlal that no should oversisp'-inicrnationn) tftin anrf Irelaad. He l Itcctar o( St.'Andrew's'Unlvcrsliy from to'1907 anrt of Aberdeen UnlversKy 1 rfurlng Idrj-U. IR- uas also the au- thor o( n nuniher Of hooks on ceo- nonifcjt nnd'crawl. Durlrfg [lie Jnlior t ol lie lived much In Scot- althongli be nialntftlncd' dciicca In N'civ Vorlt and nl Eklbo Cfljilc, SulhcrlanO, MAY ENDOW THii CHAUTAUQUA CHA13TAUQOA. N. V., Aug. perpetuate In as ThrtJnor'c Tloosevclt called. ChauUuqiifc InslKuUon, John, V. nockelellcy olfcre'd K cat) Ka raised from otlicra lo pul the Instltudoii on n permanently bnsts iinil lo cutaurAge brgci; Klfta, enriownicnla nnd In IJio scop? o' ninl enfihlc.ltto Mceljlli obllgflllons oT tho of the .riommi itself nnd For its of fhc Feed Siluaiiun (From Cur Orn Aug. Vincher Creok Llreslcck Assoctatlon. wilh- ,lohn Kemmis, M.Ii.A., in the clmir.- met today lo 'ffictl. nntt livestock sUuatton. >Tr. tie la Riviere, of thu Provincial AgrlcnUural Depatt- ment. g.ivc Hie all In- formatlon In liis possession, ami the impression gatlicrnd froui nil (lie in- lorniat'on ohtainnhlc Was that IJip liay owners of Hie north liad 'an In-' Hnlml Idea of and will'to pay of llic-. slock owners of south. Thn meeting, fell In lore with n large supply of oat slrmv in Mnnlloliar'and some tlircc thousand Ions were spwun for 'Dii Ihe (Us-Bnlisfncltoii was expressed at the-fCdnionlon antliorittcs lliorc no free freight on Ceed'fbr cat- tle the-properly-.ol men vrlio owned lhan JOO lidntl ot livestock. .11 pointed out, with much reason of outsiilc ol Iht the Tlie president sent ChalrninrrLoilea rtrafl bl- thc-lcagiic; of papero ui USL-II HIUI ,ju y_oultl Incluile niahy.Tnemliranda, WL_ It, WBS ngiccrt .ori.'.cro'tuidfl" of'public [riat' inany'incii oVnJne policy il univlsc-lO hmko UEU financially In less able [rc'gn.l Ibnn men oivlns 10D bccaiisc It Is not an" nnhcard'ot thing Tor cattle men (o 'occasfonally money wherewilli- lo buy more-cattle. Hav- ing jone this and acquired a total ot 200'licnoY Ihcsc'mcn, ivho have hccn persuriflcrt so lo net hy a violent gov- ernmental campaign yro- ductloii." nrc now rienfillitd by the Xcw rrovineiitl Highway Kcing Ihiilt by Provincial Govt. 'in High Class Shape OUT- Own Corr-iDontlenLl LUNDnnECK. Aug. pro- vincial goverumeni aro, noiv LiiildJnE lliat portion of the Crow's Xest Pass N'ational Highway from Ijiindbrcck west through tlic Crow's Xcsl Pass. This is one oF thn most difficult p of the enlire Llchway to build, but ivhcn it is co'miilcted will bo au all- ivoallicr 'road, nearly the ijase of the Tioard being built over nalnral material. The of highways, Mr. Alusworlli, inlendii lo spend all of the nioney that is available under (ha Provincial Governments, Highways Act which lias been allotted to this district to pul tlie -Ml fipri roulo from Lund lireck vest in on Al coiidliion. Tlic Hon. Archie the inla islcr ot public has made llic sialeinent that tie will spend tkis'-year as mudi monoy. on .tlic spent on ihe road between s Calgary and Banff. tonsltuclloE Forenia.ri-T.'H. :Habin3 .rpallzcs that he is building aii-iinport ant part ot the great All-Canadian-Na tional .Iligliway.-nntl.'lje'is -ilqiiVj; hi lo cbangc wursL.lo one.of thg .of-.IU' onlirc liifiHway, m'caii ihc same to fiie people of Can as tire Lincoln Jliglnvay. .0 llib' people of IhuUuHcd states7o America. Thu American I have made tliu Lincoln HlRhway I all-ivcaUier road; that IB: it is propcrlv JSTot Ceasing Efforts lo Revives Organization in O The-Crowds Nest Hoy passed Banff at Lake Louise at 11.50; Stephen at 11.57; Field at 12.05. Hi is still going, fine. AT GOLDEN GOLDEN, Aug. Hoy arrived here at 12.38 p.m. MACHINE DAMAGED GOLDEN, B.C., 'Ail's. tempting to rise In resuming his trans-Rocky flight from Calgary Jo Vancouver at afternoon, Capt, Hoy got into a and his machine crashed to ihc grovnrf. Capt. Hoy is unhurt, but his machine is badly damaged- He will be unable to Ihe flight today. Start Was Delayed (Special lo .The Herald) ,FERXIK, Aiig. While nothing slarljinp conies lo the surface here in llic strike situation, -tlicre seems to sonic activity '-behind, the scenes. David Irvine, international organiser of the Vented- Min'o Workers o( Amer- ica. ia still Jicre'nnil has rein- forced, hy an interpreter lo assist him [u plcariing the- cause oC his organiza- tion with the Idle miners in this camp. A TBceliug..wag 'licit! yeslerday in the hall of the Catholic church, ,.at which between 'sixty and seventy men were present. Contrary lo expecta- tions, nearly all.-thesc men wcro Eng- lish spraying, but n Tew Italians turn- IRff OUL Jlr. llilshuryr a fan man. acted as temporary' chairman, "and Mr. Thorn- ton. a' stableman, was secretory. These- two.racii ivcrc both "outside men1' In' whose behalf the miners went wilb lliei WASHINGTON, Autj- plete collapse oi the Kolchak gov- ernment in Siberia was forecasted in reports reaching Washington today. Kolchak forces have fallen back almost 200 miles from their advanced lines, and Omsk was said-lo be threatened with evacu- ation. Failure of the allied and asso-, cia'.ed governments to get ade- quate supplies to AdmJral 'Kol- chak. the advicec forced him lo fall back steadily before the greatly superior Bolshevik: forces, composed of veterans whose officers include many Ger- mans who fled lo Russia when the armistice signed. Officials here are known lo re- gard Kolchak's efforts at an end unless most radical measures are ordered by "outside governments, and it was suggested the president might call the attention of the congress to the immlnenct of Bolshevik control in Siberia. LI Railway Shopivien fo Hold Con- Burn te ra c-cagiic o nations-prcSenlcd "by the" Amcricsn ptacc cominlssiqnera'ftt Paris niliTalso Iho formal report of. ihc Commission on Iho Jeanne "of nations.. Lansing Before Committee Lousing had aercrnl carofully prc-' pared slnlenients ready lo present to ihc foreign rclaUons commit Ice lo- day on his 'second apiiearftnCo lo dis- cuss Iho peace treaty a ltd related sub- jects. Tho alfllcnienls .were in reply: (o questions asked the when he jinpcnrcd week, lutT no were j Aug. o'clock ron slrfjco. because of Ihc order 121. (his.morning Capt. K. C. JIoy, D.F C., I -they "clalbi effected a cut "In from his'' f" tlic air above JJowfiesa, outside, melt's wages, signalled mat was _slarline on his I Mr, lrvlne spoke at length In advo: IHgrnt lo via Iho kickins cacy of tbc continuation 6f connection selfsame fioTCrnrtcnL to the extent of tlie cost of llic on KOVCH cars or liny. U Is -ai) unjust Snd aHitalloii. H Is llio result- ,1W 'ol politics raihcr than policy... ICvcry-j ihig slarteil il he M'fliilcil to bo the sonlli today Vancouver heforc olatk nlghl, Pass. I'npl. Ifby fnlcmlcd lo start V 3 a.m., but thnt Ma gas ancToil were "not satisfaclory and had send to the cily for a (resh supply. he got nvvay dn'hls Eclicrtnled lime be proposed to tahc a'Jlight over t'flVclly anil give C'algarlans ti Bight of bis Curtiss .M In nclton. However, he was delayed Tiwlira and folt IhJl .lie should nol lime gei- the international No lookjng to immr.diato tor- rpafloii of "a1 'neu-1 local were Ijikcn, this mcfcllng.bcliiE liiil one. of a aeries proposed to be held by Mr. Irvine and bJhcr members ol'llie inlernalional body; wllh life object of concrete or it, should he tiie aim of'afi Canadian, iute'resled iti good roads -lo rimke'thi trunk highway across au, all road, and ssif faced; In oUer words! th cdual of the Higl. WBV which calends across the Unite States Irotu the Atlantic to tlie I'a cific. The western slates of California Oregon, Washington, Montana and Ihe Province ol Hntia Columbia have, n population of dvc aevon million pconlD. Now the uatura and logical enlranco fo tne.iiroyinc of Alljorfa anJ Iho' great. >.C'anadia prairies is through In'o.'CroW's- Nes that being Ihe lowest altitude and open more 'months iii the year thnn any other possible, (he ILocky H dnlyyt the government and Urn minister of public Tor this province to put the Alberta porlicn of tlio Crow's Nest Pass National Highway-in a luoJcrn condition so that traffic may enter. Die province from.the west In an. easy svnd safo mauncr and so. tfiat' tlje. tourist and visitor of today will DC- so im- [i re 3 set! with the great Can ad Ian trunk highway and (he of _ province of 'AlbCrta ihal they vrlll lie "the rcsldcnl and'EcUtcr of tomor- lafe'.nff up and jmrchaalng fanns, tilling the rich, and productive Soil, raiainE firain and produce, and'vrhosc children will grow loyal and pBtrlollc C'nnadians. CHICAGO, Autj. for holrl-, S a national conference of striving raihvaj- shopmen -Thursday weut for- ward today at Ihc offices-ot the Chi- cago "district council. of tho breach.' between lacyl unUs and international heads was made a.lclegrani froin 11. M. Jewell.'.br-ad of Uie railway.division, 'of (he Arneri- deelarjrig locals n'lilled ,to cast ballots In irif tak'en on ciueiUon ot a ;-Hti3orts .were.1 received -at headquarters that strikers; find hum-. ,1 ed sonis of the haltqU.scul out. from- inlcmaUonal headtiuarlcrs. Voting on Strike Ballot Ang. lo tho railroad adminlstTation today iudicated that the railroad .situation f si of Chicago and in the southeast, virtually was In New England ,and in however, many .still rcport-'- oul. on th'e otiicial strike1 halloC was e'lrjieclei begin soon. lie objci cn haa preferred not to answer fully without consulting slate depart- ment Illca. They concerned erumciit'.1! ncsollntlonK w'llh .lapan during. Iho war'and the ntlUudc of this. Eovcrnmcnt loiv.ircl 'Chftm's cu-, trance tnto (he war on Ihc side of I Iho allies, U that during the dny I'rc.iEdpnl Wilson vould scrid to Ihc cominlileo fiiTormflllon benring on tlie Versailles negotiations, asked for In a resolution1 scntjlo the White House some days ago, either a, large or n of livestock needs all (ho help sent up' his niachlne-flboiii 9.5? 0 R livestock needs all llio help infr'ncoplo hnd circled about for n -few minutes, f ror Calgary toniRhl nnd K cf (Jila province "can give him and he Jusf al S.yf- lie swung over his start- J B tnj eXccuUve board heeds U bitdly; furllicrniorc, ho and nlgnalleU that he WBB nlaco last nkht" serves II. J on lifa-way IHs tnachlnc butted lost to.the order by the recent action of Gladsione'locaPanO others in Ihe district.' The District -Ledger will be Issued from Calgary jieadrjifarlcra of '.he Ms ircek. Editor Lawson Is rvCalgary [oniRhl, nnd Frank Jcrt of I qucstloiiAbly that a mixture of Ifinor- nnce mid la tlic real Mid- alioii In the aoulh >vas the veil cS- plannllun'ot llio Of toward ihc alleviation of lliat sllurttlun. MAN HAS FAITH..IN S. ALBERTA CALQARY, P. Me-Jni, of the Advance RiJrncly Co., here for the Indui- IrUl Congreti, bbunded confidence ,ln Southern Alberta, cooiparfrig fhis. 'to'uptry with HOARDERS-TO BE AS PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. grovvcra'of Iho Pacific iiorlhn-csfflre wnrned not sto hoW their grain for higher nrlffis, for" noL only will the not pay, any .premium whatever over Ihu established' prlco until .supplies liccoTitc (po great, nntt Icrmlnala arc 'coiigcato.iK but lintilors aro likely lo run fifnul M llio AuthonLlcd for proIUccring into the western sky aful was follow- eager eyes until it diminished I the sizn of a hawk and finally rtU--j MAY DOWN SHOE PRICES appeared altogether. LENINE IS TO RETIRE COPENHAGEN, Aij, mllr Lenlne, It Is rumored, Intends bV fhe rahfitct and draslft ndlott It eipcclctl'to b'o'likcn. KEEPING PRINCE'S VESSEL FROM ICEBERGS ST. JOHN, N.K., Aug. precautions against tlic possible prca- vl Ihe ice floes and in (lie t path of'the baltle.sliip inE llie Prince Wales, 'were taken1' The rruiaer pre-' ceded (lie escorting fleet lo llic reception-here, is Lo' cmisc about tlio Grand Banks for tho purpose of locating Ice and wilt then proceed .to sea lo escort .tbc-.Ilcnov.'ii to her aucborasb in Conceiilioii Day. TO COMMAND AT CALOARY I (Special to Tbc ITenjTiIl- CALGAIIY, AUE, A. D. Cameron, one o[ tho original officers of (he.fSlrathcona Horse In.lhD vaTtf antl later commander.of the Canadian corps school of training in England and France, tins arrived in "Calgary -it is expected will becomb raandlnp vofflcer of the StraLhcona ilorse'pernlancnlly located here.'; aKf.IXA, Aug. Ticglna] Leader's staff correspondent' (he Liberal coiivtntlon at Oilsiva Ears that'll Is'au open secret Ibil'llic fight provincial Liberal premiers nnre BS wnll ns llio.lehdc'r cf cral opposition In Ontario favored Iho selection-bf Jlr. FicHlng.vL'ildoubtcd- ly -ihoy iVrgcd their Views upon tbclr rcspectho provlncJal followlngs. bwl no coercion or illclallon cd. That Lyon .MacKeniie Klnrand not' Wlllfafn Stevens Flold- Ing Is today leader of the Clbcrnl parly of Canada is due to thi.ficl, the ronk'and f'-lc of Ihe adtlng as the-rcprcsenlatlTes of the misica of the electorate', liavc so-de- cided. BtfOST SEATTLE "SKATTLK. Aug.1 In Sc- ntllr, will.go up ono cdh't R Tucsdftr, tho jnaslcr' hakcrs .'an; (onlglil: Trlcci 12 cents B ptfuiid for Dound'ancl a loaf, SIR ARTHUR CURRIE'S FAHEWKI.L WORDS LIVERPOOL, AuB. If. fReu- by a Renter correspondent .while he .em-. barking gn the sail for Gen- Currle, "Of thfe Canadian corps in 'ssld: don't whether Ilkft .you better lhan before the war, but ;we understand you belter. .1 think we respect each other but .1 da not '-hlnk .we like each olhe'r ai well is we like io do. lhave not lahen each other Into the family as It were, "We wjnl 1 ind underitandinB 'bilnitn the 'of the Motherland and colonlti, I ftm glad lo know-Canadian taking homo 'wives..from', country fn opinion there are too many' people-llylnS. In .-'More co more al dicclollne', more selMaeri.fice.jrvd. 'determfnatloni, belter understanding'between ;