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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xn. Correspondence Brought Oul at: Winnipeg Trial of Strike leaders SAT DOWN DURING .NATIONAL ANTHEM WINNIPEG, Aug. J. Johns boasted of remaining seated durius singing ot tlie National Anthem !i labor meeting in a letter to R. H. KuHOll, rend In court yesterday at the preliminary trial ot Johns. Bus- jell and sir other labor leaders for seditious conspiracy.' Other letters road passed between the accused anil'other aglla- toVs and agitators not on trial, but connected with the acc.usod through tha Calgary convention, and] correspondence appeared to show that Tl'KSDAY, AU1UST 12.' LETHBIUnGE. ALBERTA, HON. K'.EIGHEN HERE SOON HAT. Aug. 11 In connection with the delega tion wlrch wiis appointed m Irrigation convention to wait cu thn and federal gov- ernment.'. Ui-ul.-l'ol. Nelson Spaul-cr wind Ottawa to oscer- lain when miniate' of the ileparluient of llie interior would be coming Spencer received a telegram from Ihe llou. A. this inoininK statins lie and lion. J. A. Calder would bo leaving Ottawa on Wednesday nest and that he would advise in due course Ihe dnle when he could ineel the delegation in Medicine Hat. t .'f O fj fj fj f.' Reduction in 1' ;l'riccs Must be Based on I'olicv of Kood Subsidy 12 CENTS POUND NAMED' FAIR SUGAR PRICE IN U.S. CHICAGO, Aug. O. Kolopp. ill charge of the fed- eral food administration sugar bureau, today set 12 cents a pound as a fair price for the the consumer. He declared lliat any retail price In cicees ot this tlgurc was "outrageous protilcerlng." For several weeks' grocers have charged as bgit as 16 cents a pound. fi TORONTO. Aug. looked j like a repetition day that he assumes responsibility for the decisions and commands of former Emperor William from September, 1914, to August. 1916, declares he has no intention what- ever of voluntarily placing him- sell at the'disposal of the allies. The general's statement say's that if he surrendered himself to the allies he would recognize a pro- cedure which he considers "mocks ali sense of justice." Paris' newspancrs August 7 au- nounced that the German delegation at Versailles had transmitted to the supreme council of the peace council a letter from Ucn. von Kalkenhayn.' VISCOUNT GREY VISCOUNTfGREY MAY HE AMBASSADOR TO U. i i Grey, of Fallo- 1 den, who retired as head of the I British foreign office in 1916, it is ts'lihely to accept the post of British ambassador to the United Elate.s; tlon but ala mere step toward organ- Li3t night 50 soldfers In uniform a letter from Ocn. von Kalkenhayn. Son-which will lead to seizure 'of marched to the park where they found i The letter said that rhc former Oer- i the civilians who had given them the] man chief ot staff assumed the civilians who had given them the] man chief ot staff assumed responsi- battle encamped there In ;hllity tor nil military acts of Uermany strength Luckily, the. military and while he was in power. H was addeJ civilian police had been warned and thai the general was prepared lo of- arrived lust nVlims to' prevent trouble, fer himself to the allies for'trial m No arrests ivere made. phice of the former emperor. labor puhllcaliou, was read. It " Visitors lerlainmenl commitlee and a nnmber of other 'prominent cl.tljeVs, nho et- cortetl-tho, visitors to Knox church where luncheon was served in for In the west hasemciil. In all. 1TO sat flciwn to thbpuarkels are growing annuallv and Inhles. of local bus'-'manufacturers keefi In. touch mean, anil asking the