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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Xil. UiTHBfViDGK. ALBEBTA. Till IISOAY, Al'GU.ST M.-1910 NUMUIiR 206 RUMANIA'S IS TO SEIZE HUNGARY Across Canada In Forty Hours Vancouver Fliers Planning First Trans-Cau- ada to Negotiate Whole Dis- tance in That Likely Make Attempt About Sept. 20, Flying irom Halifax. Since U.S Advises Britian on Ire land Why Not Aduise U.S. on Negroes WINNIPEG, Aug: It ex- pected thit the propoied airplane flight from Halifax, N.S., to Van- couver, vvlH be iccompUfhed In 40 of actual flight." This was the statement of R. Crowe-Swcrdi, publicity agent for the association which organirlr.s trans- Canadian flight, who reiched Win- nipeg last night on way to Ottawa, where he it on busineti bent in connection with his du- ties as an official of the civil re-eilablichmtnt department in British Columbia. The flight, according to Mr. Crowe-Swords, will be started from Halifax about Sept. 20. Il IF Intended to make stops at To- ronto or Montreal, Port Arthur, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vernon, and at the cities al Ihe avltton call halt an exhibition of "itunl" flying will be given. The airmen will he Lieut. D. K. Trim, pilot, and Lieut. W. "H. Welth, navigating olficer, both of Vancouver. The plane to be used will be a Dehavlland 4. The main objects of the flight are to demon- strate the cornmercial possibiM- tiei of the airplane in Canada, ealrj Mr. Crowe-Swords. LONDON, Aug. the house oJ commons, the Hon. Walter E. Guincss, Unionist member for Suf- folk, atked Andrew Bo.iar Law, the government leader, to give the day's discussion over to the pres- ent position of the black races, but his request was refused. The questioner responded by asking whether it would not be a grace- ful act of reciprocity to place al the disposal of the Stales the benefit of their experience in governing negroei in return for Ihe Jlacuwlon of Irish affairs in the American senate. Capt. Wedgewood Benn, Liberal mtniber for Lelth, asVed Mr. Bonar Law to do hi: beit to pre- vent efforts to sow dissension be- tween Great Britain and America by alleged humorous questions. Mr. Bonar Law said the govern- ment recognized that the future peace of the world depends upon the good relations between the two countries. RUMANIA DEMANDS THAT HUNGARY BE ANNEXED AND ATTACKS THE ALLIES'STAND WHILE SHACKLED TO ANOTHEH PRISONER THIS MAX SHOT A DEPUTY HEIjD UP THAJN CHEW HETWKEN FALLS AND I BUFFALO; TOOK CASH] IIL'KPALO. X.Y., A .iff. members of tliu crew cf -A l.ohigh Yal- ley train ivere held up hy maraud mcu between Niagara ami IJuf-j Lieut. Trim mentioned In Ihe above falo early lodny and roLlied of all j dispatch, is known to several jlJieir casli. Conductor r. D; i I.cfhDriJRo people, having visited In- Chicago, Rave up 5120. The train was spcrlor Shoebothiim at the Il.N'.W.M. 1 returning from iho wesl, and, except j I'. Imracks during Iho spring. At that for Ihc crew, the coauics were empty. lime lie very anxious Lo .robbers jumped frptn .tho train pate- in the- traiisUtockifls flight sic-hvhc" ft slower! down near XwiU j compllslicil last week by CapI. Hoy. ITonawniiaa and have not been cap- Hc was In Vancouver when Hoy start- Hurcd. oil and helped greatly in making pre- parations Tor that history-making I flight. Of-the New.Board of.Commerce Soon He Organized Jmlgo.llolrenn. of llie. board of morning railed iinoii. Sir Henry.. Draylon, inln-j Jstcr. ot finance: JudgO- ROUEOH Tesiimcd his conferences ivilli P. O'Connor, llio assistant, clialr- man uoarrf, Ther are drawing up rules of-procedure and will decide toon, as possible the.dQte. on which the board will begin (Is.activities. Subsequent to his.conversation v.-ilh JudgoTEobEoii Mils Jlenry Drayton Intimated that'Ih'crc ivquld oe as little delay as iioisihle "in" or- ganizing the board. SIX MONTHS ADRIFT ON ANTARCTIC ICE FLOE EDMONTON, Aug. 13, months adrift orj an Ice floe in the Arctic' circle, cut off from all civi- lization by miles of deep, water, such was the experience of Slorker Storkersscn, who arrived in .the city last night from Ihe great northern wastes. Observations of great scientific value were made while .the party was on the ice will not.be fully discussed unli.rstorkerSKen meets 'his chief, V.'sieffanssen; In Banff next Saturday and prepares his full report. Judge Says First Releas- ed Men.Failed lo Carry Out Promise I, was re- fused loe eifflil Winnipeg stride lead- by Just'ce J. D. Cameron, o? the K1TCHEXKH, Onl., Aug. U. -In llie j court of The accused, terrific explosion of 100 gallons o[ M'illlam R.'U. Ttusseil. John gasoline lliis nionnns, August Hup- j tjucen. A. H. E. Uray. shteld and Adarii Itaiicr wore iu-'A. Johns anil George slantly killed, Charles Srhcrrcr ivsa accordingly taken seriously in jure il, several others more I into rnp.iodv" hv .the lloral Northwest less hurt Ihc Smijresnnlins 1 Moiintcd Police'and escorted to" the ihflv will remain plant of the Canadian Consolidate.! I Kelt Company was completely demoJ- uelll appear tor IrlBl at the Oc- j !sliotl. A small garago building by ivas also destroyed. The cause or jlhu explosion, tlie nolac of >vhlcb was heard many miles is at present. I unknown. All of Iho casualties iverfi j employees oE the plant. ALBANY, Ind., Cole, shack- (cd (o Clarence Huff, an- (illitr prisoner on the way to the Indiana stale rerorm- atory al Jeffcrsonvillc to perve sentences for larceny, shot and instantly Deputy Engle of Evansdlle, Ind., at the intcrurban sta- tion here yesterday. Both prisoners fled were rc- tapturec! "'most immedi- ately. Bystanders said Cole oh' lained the weapon from his wife. Authorized Rumanian Represenlalves al Budapest Present Notes lo Archduke Joseph Threatening lo Strip Hun- agry if Forced lo and U. S. Singled Out for to Make King Ferdinand Ruler of Comhmed Nations and Stop Bolshevism. AMSTKKUAM, Aug. U. hoops arc about lo leave lludapest in consequence of the note sent to Rumania by Ihe peace conference, accord- ing to a wireless dispatch received here from Vienna ijuuling newspapers of Dial city. nnleis-defense' counsel can obtain iliejr; freedom from ou.c of) the, other higher courts. .Jnslrce t.'ar.icron'Vefueed lo" "grant hail on llie ground--lliat the eight strike leaddis had -broKcn their prom- Judge" Rules that Ford's Propa- ganda Had Made Him Pub- lic Character C-AI.GARV, Aug. The MOUNT CLEMBXS, Aug. 11. The Jury, Tvhlcu (or' three months has been hcartug'testlmony. and argu- ments In Henrr Ford's Jih'el suit against Ihc Chicago llallr Tii- btine, retired today' lo consider itg verdict. Juugo Tucker Instructed' Ihe Jury that Ihe "right of f.ifr is txpectcd in Ihc. case of Ford be- cause Lis position as n great employer of labor mid entry as a propagandist inlo !lic ili.sctission. pi tlio preiinrcd- rincslloii made h'lm 'a public char. Mler. The Ih-it n IICWE- Kono on record as severing life con-j no -create r privileges in neclion commeul Liian lias an indl- vldual. 'Company, ,ivh'.cli, purely vIMi thft One His Union, Is the slatemcnL brought lo Calgary by j a Drumhellcr man. who says (hat Mr.' Christophers, of his o.'ffn Ircc Tvill and AC cord r Snbscribfiil before irilncsses lo j the following declaration: P. M." Christophers, do solemnly declare that I am through with Iho 0. B. U. or 1, W. Tiio.venie.il9. That I see I have iccii wrong, and have been misleading Ignorant men whd'do not know any better, I realize that 1 have made-a serious mistake, nnd LhaL during these Limes oC war I No, {lamagos were sought. should have heen ottrcTii'lsc Tlie courlroom .was. crbivdt'd Ti'lJilc am sorry, and apologize for what I.: iho judge waa charging-lite Jury, the only one of Hie prlnetpais in Lhe anil present was CariL Joseph. M. 1'aller- son, ono of the. publiahcrs-uf Llife Trl liunc. 'Mr. Xord la In; the Adirondack's on a, vacaLEoii.'.' technical charge ttiflfft In Michigan copies .ot Ihc Tribune issuu of .lunc 1DJ6. al- leged edllorlnl headed "Ford is an t-vaa made'a co-do fenclnnt' 'CoiiusQl tor tlie plaintiff P.! th.c ojicning of. the lease announced thai Ihc Soldiiion hrolhers.distributed the paper In ignorance of Us con leu us Aug. A dcmantl .for i relcnpotl on- liall the lirst iii'-ie (o abstain from (akiag an active in labor unrest; lhaL they had public, speeches and oilier acLivi- lies a campaign ot an in- _! discreet nature. Hodid not feel !ikc the responslljjlily pr ntlmiUing iihem to b.-iiL McMurray had pointed out that these utterances had been mafic In order lo raise the necessary tunds Cor defense. JIc does not eel- ting litijl lor liis clients, but says that pute. which construed the 'nature of nn nUhnatum, was rle loday hy the locomotive engi- neers riml flretupn Sir Aucklnn'.i IJrltish ininislcr of reconstruc. (ion. of ihe.Krvton, Bordcn, Slftoli and. Vukon hnUcrlcE. Their casual- ties wcra not Jigi'l. but they fight and destroy each oilier, Lhe en- tente (hereby gelling all, .There is only ono policy for Hungary to 'pur- sue. that is, a junction, between. Hun- gary nnd Rumania, ruled by the Ku- manian king. We do not care vrhal Ihc Rjitculc or Clcmenccau of France wants to. do or is doinfj. We will follow our own policy. oxpcct an answer from Arch mcnia and ihorc is no nqcd for appre- tho German's until, n now line lier.sLon for Hie coniing wintcr> sup. C0uld DU In front of Amiens. the opinion expressed by "in the .victorious advance just Eenatnr IlobcrUon yeslcrdar, who yea> ngo; ihey rouelit back victorious- (lirougli the city. The OVQr the-zamb ground, holdlng'thc ler nf lauor stated that he had hccn o( Canadian Hank. The oul-wesl to attend the Industrial con- renllon at and incident- ally (o look Into the ttrike sllnatlon al Ihc In gadc (hen vvan called the Independent force and. was tmdtr the command of lihuinelio. Walker WINNIPEG, Aug. J. Dixon, M.L.A., and J. S. .Woods- worth were committed for trial in police court today on charges of er.dltion. Bail wax granted at each. Dixon and Woodsworlh are charged with publishing seditious libels In the sirikc bulletins of the.Wcsitrri Labor News during the recent general, strike here. the Hi? ivliole l nf the mid It U -thtit itiflnL 60 PER CENT. CUT Aug. from all part1! of snnlherii Saskalclie- incKCfilc that al least. CO nor cenl. of Ihc wheat crop In tflal part already cut, The Moose JaW.dis- LrlcL la the only OTIC ivlicro men are sllll nccdctl nnil aOO arc wahtcd'.for harvest work at oucc.- BALLANTYNE ILL IN MONTREAL OTTAWA, Aug. G. C-'lJtil- Kinlync, minister of marine iind.Iish- Ifl Indisposed .ami Is at present undergoing '.treatment in iho, Hoyal VlClorJa hospital ftl Montreal, The nilnistcr'.i IllnCfA. Is not regarded as serious, hal IL probably will.cause 9 brief postponement of his plan (o the P.iclflc coasi for [he purpose of dealing ivilh Ihe problem of 'tleep wnlei1 terminals fit Vancouver. HAllanLync cxjmcied lo urrlvo tit Van- roiivcr nboul J, lint nn accOimt of liln ninhas, ho not unEll nbotif tho cud of Hie' fir61 lit Si'plciuhcr. ..r- hrief review of the vhlcli led up lo the strike, the min- ister rlc-clared lliat (he men had brok- en their agreement several llmoa Ibis year. The whole Lrouble ivaa due ncllvllles of the One- Illg Union. having cojnmand-of-Ihc first brigade, causes" [L n vWlo collecting as duke Joseph, head ot tho government, by o'clock tonight, 11 au ausivcr is not, received hy (hat tune'Wc shall Inform Uucharcst. which, will dcctdc what action should .be taken." FEARS GOVERNMENT OF ARCHDUKE JOSEPH, PARIS. Aug. Iluniania iu no favors the installation ot Arch duke Joseph In, ac- cording to a tjeclaratldn made to the Temps by Victor Antone.ieo, Rutnan- an minister here. "The BurharesL governmenL bis no 'ason for sympathy, either for tte' archduke personally, or the reaction- ary reginio wht'cb he reprosenls." M. says. "HuniEnla certainly riM not Buupori any fiovernrnent in Budapest which la not acceptable io he entente." In discussing ibc alleged of, .supplies in Hungary by Rumanian 'orccs (he tnini.'sjfir "The Rumanian array's requisitions to not nearly approach those ot Iho Hungarians in Rumania durlnr Uie war. Rumanian representatives SB Budapest have received strict InsLruc- .Ions Lo this question In ac- cord with, cnicule 31. AnloiicEcn coiitlnues by sajlnp .hat Hie hanpy reaiHL of Rumanian in- tervenlloa has been to permit'uilled nnd associated reiireseulatives to re- enter Budapest and the suppression of UoUhevilt propaganda. lie-, says that it is novr the Uek of the Rumania's assistance to instill In Budapest a government with which" definite peace may be concluded. "I 'am ho "the' __ allies will find our rcprftSOntalUca devoted and IrlendlT collaborators.. The oonda ot union between .France and Uumania, f epecially, arc Loo slrons ever to lie urqVcn. for-mere: questions of torm." l ALLIEO NOTES PAHIS. .Aug. r delegation scnt.lo the-peice'confer- oiice Ihe, teiL the AiilyrCr-oE Lhe J (liimaniari Ancles sent- by (lie confereuce. The' suprilna Council meti Lhis ''afternoon to discuss the Rumanian'reply. SUPREME COUNCIL CONSIDERS SITUATION- PAS Buprenis council considered .Ihe -'Hungarianf oa yesterday. replies liave ng yet been" received from Ruinanio, the council having had'_ no' official'advices from thai country concerning Hi altilude. DIspatches from the intcr-alltcil' niilllary cxinimlasion containing eh-A Dairies as to that body's principle were considered and the council senL additional Instructions lo IL i3 understood Lhat the mission WIE atlTleed that -.orders are', not Lo Given to the commanders ot tlie .Ru- manian army, but that members "of Iho mission should hold themselves In readiness to conffir with llumanian offlcfnls, preparatory lo an adjualmeu; of HID strained situation. LOVASAV HEADS NEW HUNGARIAN CABINET BERLIN1, Aug. Lq a Berlin dispatch (Jlr Aben- deblatt, the now Hungarian cahinet follows; Premier, M. LoTaany. J'orelgn- Minister, Count Julius An- drassy. Minister of.War, Stephen Frledrlch. Minister of Public Peldll. Minister of Stephen Siabo. Minister of Education, nuniy uf {be eld machine gunners who will Join (ho permanent force as pos- sibly IhnL Col. Walker is now visiting the eastern" military centre, Gen. Untlinollc, .who Is n Frenchman Although the work nL Urumhcllfcr was dropped out of Ihc Cana- Tcsumcd with only part of a force, anny'arid-Is. in his Lhe rnm'stcr did not Lhlnk tho PARIS, Auy. protest ie the peace conference from the government of Ciecho-Slovakia against Ihc rcstoraUan of Ihe Hapa. burflc wsd before the supreme council at its meeting Udiy. Reportt from Prague In the Fail week have Indicated that the Citcho.Slovak government looked upon the of. Archduke Jos- eph 33 Ihe of the Hungarian government ac n step to replace' Ihe Htipcburgt Tn power. 14 KILLED WHEN-BRIT16H AMMUNITION DUMP EPLODES COLOGNE, Aug. Brltlih munition dump.at Kafk, in