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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xu. UsTHBfiiDGE. HIUUY, AUGUST 15, 191U NUMBl'.U 207 Rumors of Collapse of O.B.U.; Fernie Miners Weakening Likely That Miners There Will Line Up WitK ihe Interna- tional and the Mines Will Open'Wilh a Full Complement of Action. ISrecl.l lo The Her.Id) KKHXIE, H- C., a mcet- us o( local No. 1 O. II. U. held hore this morning It- was decided lo aU- Journ, the uaembers present deciding to fitleiiJ a meeting of Die United Mine Workers of America, called by Inter national David lo meet in Lho Miners lull (his after- noon. It fs looking to the conclusion, but a lias been culled for Sunday at wblcli It is presumed Ikal similar ni'I ion ITJII result in Iho Immediate opculiiK o( Ihe mines at LhaL place. A meeting of the executive boanl ot Ihe O. H, 17. has Lcen called to meet at I.othbrldgc but wJint the subject of Iho meeting 'may la CJT what will result therefrom Is mere conjecture. The whole 0. II, U. lias f Mderstood (hot recBlveil its deaUl Wow result or Ills ariorapwi s meolmg will iniul people who lio Ihe abjorptloii liy the United Mine PRINCE LANDS ON SOIL OF CANADA FOR FIRST TIME ST. JOHN', X. II., Aug. Prince of Wales landed from Iho cruiser Dragoon, .-Ahich brought him from SI. Johns, n Ji tins moriiltiE. Tho prinro proceeded iroiy iJjc dock the gaily detoratej Elreets, with ('Leering people tcuibo armbirles where the were presented to liiui on lichaU of the o( St: Johu'acd the iirovlnce ol Ncsv Uruuswifk. Duke of Connaught For Czecho-Slovakia Throne? GENEVA, Aug. Praflue dispatch received here quotes t'r-.a Pravo Lido, the organ of the Cie- cho-SCovak Socialists, fa the ef- fect that a large section of So- cialists, under the leadership of Deputy Durioa, is working for the creation of a monarchy In Czecho- slovakia and that a choice Tor a monarch r.as. fallen upon the Dukt of Connaught, uncle c-f King George, of England. The dispatch adds that the duke Is probably un- aware cf the honor and thai no of- ficial negotiations have yet been It. la Eald that the movement has been encouraged by the slon of Archduke Joseph to cgn- trol In Hungary. v HURONIC AGROUND POUT AHTHUK. Aug. EUamer lluronlc, ot the Xonhern Navffotloii Com- paaj-. is aground 40 miles Srorn here on hfer re I urn from Dulutli. She was due ai 7 a.m. have KOUO to her asslstftnce. In answer 10 srlreiess query from ier shter ship, _thc Ha- moiita. tlie lluronlc 'declineit belp, jntllcaltce ;ho IB not In a srrlou3 coDditloQ. Slic his niout 20'J passeogers aboard. ot a largo majorily ct Ihe men who had RfllllalcA wllh" the O.U. IL inovoincnt Gjatnst Ihe inlornational orcanieallon. As a result oi lliis sud- doii rhnnge in tho aspect ot Iho labor dispute 1L Is cxpertcrl Lhaflhe mlnos In this district will be tn operation earlv TIDXL wce'i. net ton has been (aken al liavo Icept Jn touch ivilu. tho various atejia Lniicn to uip in Iho "bud n. jnovo- mont wiiicli Is generally -believed lo Lo dclrimonlal lo workmen as well as to tho general public. There is swirccly a. doubt, that all Lho mines in tho Pnsa will bo wording at normal speed hy Iho end. ot this month and Iho strike be relegated to past history. CURRIE'S STEAMER DOCKS RATIFY TREATY WITH RESERVATIONS AME- More than 20 JlepuWicau eciia- Lors aro ready to stand for quick ratilicalion oi tbo peaftc treaty with reservations, UE- mocralrc loaders in the scnnto Trert; by lead- crs Khan afreiletf'the'.m'iitlnout c'reiv and supplied tho-steamer io -Bre.it, where ij was liound. The name steamer on which .the crew, mutinied, could ciphered -from .the dis- patch ienl by War Khan. Special dispatcher .from Queenstown lay that.the chip on which the mutiny occurred was the "American They add th'at the neoro itokers ion board mutVnleJ and Imprison- ed the officers. .The ship carried several thousand casks of whis- key. The crew of the War Khan, it' is said, found L1he li.-fs out and the steamer drifting. Available shfpptng records do not contain the name'of. an Amer- ican1-, iteanier Bri- tlih t learner Mariska isJled from on July 22. for Brest. IlltS OF Aug-'. supreme-conn-. oil of 'tho peace conference Is indus- triously studying plans SUE- gcstcd "tor a divlaioti'-pf Thrace in such a manner as to be acceptable, to Greece and Bulgaria is. well as Great Britain nnd France, ivlilch "are VKally interested in'tn'o. flispersioii to fae niatlo of European .Turkey. Unccrtainfy S3 to.what country will ecSiro tha mandate of and surrounding territory complicates thc.slliialion almost.hopelessly" ris in- tareslej powers are ell alriying to protect'their own'Interests, regardless of'who sets Ilaiy and..Crreeco havo readied an understanding so that tho United Stales stands virtually alone in supporting HulgarlA'a sin Will Provide Far East Kingdom with Expert pose of Shah's Visit Rumanians Took Food Allies Distributed To Starving Hungarians After a Conference, Decision Readied Not lo Requisition Any More to Monarchy in Any Guise port That Magyars Begged Rumanians lo Stay at Budapest. LONDON'. Aug. aii- uiH-coient was made today that the Persian and British governments.hava, concluded an Great Britain be enabled to prp: vide Persia expert assistance ami advice totvnrj-the rebuilding-of tlio Pcrslau slate. The negotiations hare been In progress for nine months. first article ofslhe aercenianl pleftgCfl was to respect absolutely (ho tbrriloriai inteerily 'lud iadependence of Persia; toy (ho terms of tbe. agree- ment, will establish an utiiConn-force In which bo'incorporated (lie v'ar- eiisling Arab bodies. This'force bo put under the instructions of British officers'. Great Er.laln will advance Pereia to enable Persia to inilintft certain cent em led reforms willi the help of n British fluancial advisor. Persian customs receipts Trill be secur- ity (or Hie loan. -A Loan to Pereia PA HIS, Aug. connection will] the proposed visit ot the Shah o[ Persia lo Europe, (lie Temps loflay that his departure from Tchcrtm there'Is a demand for firm labor in southern Alberta which Is 'not owing to Ihe fact..that many who might rind work on farnif hfre are going to Manitoba harvest, fields, Is the statement mjTde to the Herald by a Barons farmer.''He was Jn the city .Thursday endeavoring lo st- cure help to ..harvest his crop, which will arrloynt to about 3000 bushels, his summer- fallow of 1B801acres'in shape for next year. offering a'morjth, but Several'men lo whom he madis refused'the se- curing ;.orifci'ecTit fare certificates to go to Manitoba.' At the' same, 'time Grin urn far me re met a a'mi experience 'while trying men .at Ma day in this the. 'Barons "of wortf.oh the farmftof.Mulhern Al- berla Id.keep all the surplus labor here biiiy during the, remainder :c-f She and fall." usl Wljen Depends Upon the Attitude Tnken by China- Notable With Jap Premier TOKJO. Aug. to hiua by Japan ol ihose parts ol 'bantune province, Including Klao -occupied by Japanese orccs, u'.U be made unneces- ary delay, but the tlmo rcfiulred Trill dependent upon Ihe altitude ol Premier llftia, ot Japan, n answer lo a question as lo when actual restoration, would lake place. Tlio premier in answering tlie ques- rou ol tL'p Associated Press said: "My colleague. Viscount L'chldn, minister ot foreign affairs, issued statement 011 August 2 iu BUDAPEST, Aug. 9 re- cult of the first day's conference between the Jnler-allled commit- Qontlantlne Dlamcndl and Gen. Marghason, commander of the Rumanian troopi here, B prom- ise wag made by 'the Rumanians that they would requisition- ing food In Budapest and certain other localities. What guaran- tees were given for the carrying out of his promise Is not known at present or Is It clear when the Rumanians will leave tha cUy. Capt. Thomas C. Gregory, chief of the allied food administration In central Europe, appeared before ihe conference and aald ho would not asifct In tending food lo Hun- gary If the Rumanians were go- ing (o take It. "If the Rumanians will not leave, I am going he declared- M--y reads leading from Buda- pest to the frontier are lined With families fleeing from the city. The Rumanians are charging five thousand crowns for issuing pasEct to leave Budapest. Aug. demand made by locomotive engineers and firemen upon Sir 'Auckland Gcddes, has Ijcen hastened by feclJns aroused British minister of in Teheran hy the signature of au agreement with Great Britain-which is recognizing Persia's Independence T.O.NDON'nBHIlY, Irelanil, Aus. 15. lined Iho. walla ot 'London- derry today first time ahico Iho-lilslorlc siege ol tho cits' in 1C80, as parl ot tho military cITorl to pre rent the Xnllonnllst nnd Sinn >'cln "Lady pay" demonslrntlon pro- cejslon BCt for loony. The demonstra- tion' been" forbidden by; Iho Brl: Itsli cLmmanJcr, flcii. nackctl-Paln. Alia UniunlsLl, U is snH, derlnrci] .their detcrmliiftilon not to permit UioilioMIng of the pnradc, wlilcll Ihoy term arti-Brltisll. Go'Dach.to Ireland' Auir. "niinilicr ,of mombcrs of-Ihe hoiiEO o( commons re- presenting Irish districts lelt for Ire- Innd last hlsht, niter It was announced that the, government lind cleclilcd to Bupprcss all Sinn Koln and kimlrcd ofgAnlz.iLloTia In. Clare, r.9 B. rcfiUlt of inorcaatfl .disorder there. A jiroclamatfon cJsclarlnET nil Sinn Fcfn organizations' and Irish rolun- teers In County Tlpnerary to oo un- Iswlul lasucil from Dnhlln Castle July .7th, _ 0... D 0.-. _. i. (s t ucuguizkiig i uraia a iiiuiipuiiuuiicc ct lo tbQ Acsean Sefl. The IJulgar- intogrili-, scemlnglf will result in mm assort Ihnt only liy giving them Greal Britain being Ihe only .rower sucli.an. oullel can aoolhcr Ualhan i0 cuerciso Induoncc in Persia. .wir bo aroicica. j The newspaper adds trial British A (lozoil different 'plans-for the di-; spoclaliats wilM re-organ Izc 1'ersinn vldlng arid disposfnB .of Thrace' have finance and tne Persian army anil boon considerecl-durlrig tbo last wcclf, that Great Britain will advance a loan hill Iho one mosl likely Ic ne acccpled I" Jersi.i ami aid her in obtniiiing pe- as a comproralse, kllhougli onuosod by' cuiiiary and lerrilorial 'reparation Orccce, an inlemational- i which will lie of benefit oolh Ized zono eilcndlne rrCtti tba Great Drilaln and Persia. ian border to-'Deddagatch, on tho-1 Aegean Hea. Western Thraco rroulil A dispatcH Irom Paris'on Monday go to Ureoce aho wouH also be Shah ot Persia- with'. a. suite Jt all (lie purl I r.ide unions at I-ivcr- Bivcn .1 strip eastward (rom-Dedea-i 20- would le.ive Teheran August 13 it was unaniraoilFly decided galch eltcnnitiK ffom'tne Aeeean Sea Sn-llzerlnml.. there should be a Bcnml slapuagc ot to tho Including tho port that their wage settled at once is the result of a'long standing and threatens, unless a settlement is reached, to disorganize (lie railwaj- system ot Ihe whole coun- try, ;-Aftbr conferences with the board oJ trade yesterday, Sir Auckland dis- cussed tlio matter with tho cabinet. The 'meetings ivill be resumed lodnj-. Th'o resumption of u-qrir: Ijy (he miJicrs in the Yorkshire.jlif- IricL ii still hanging fire, Ihe West Yorkshire scclion refusing lo (All into linn ami haggling matters. At a meeting of ILe labor leaders SEAPLANE WRQPS MAIL ON AN OCEAN STKAMER NEW YORK, first delivery of infill from a seaplane lo WILSON VETOED BILL 4 flteimer sfsa. Wfl3 mado success- REPEALINO DAYLIGHT SAVING fully yesterday when J. ZJmmei- lean flew over'tiift liner Adriatic two Aug. Wilson' today vetoed the under the administration ot Iho league "of nations. This plan Tiolalcs ma- jorities nnd separates districts lo bo given to libi II Is apparently Impossible lo reach an agreement on any plan which would make' llils re- gion of ft eraEy quill, The plnn gives -AdTiRriofiie, whlcli Is regarded as 'unsatisfactory, as that city Is considered sacred ijj1 Iho Mo- Iiarnnicdann. "There la a great differ- ence oT opinion regarding tho exact of the proposed 'nationalized ?onu and new suggestions are offered at every meeting .of the council. all -work for three- daya beginning nest Wednesday (6 secure the rein- statement of policemen who were dis- missed prior lo and during Ihe recent strike In lhat city. of our policy respecting ilio Shantung Question. Tlml statement presents he considered opinion of Lhls goveni- mtint, end I haife. little lo add In deal- Ing -.vlih'lhe same subject." (Viscount Uclilda, m his statement, whirl] was referred to by ILe premier, snidf thaL-3apart "TYQS lo re- Blare ifhanluug to China and enler the the Pekiir government as'-eoon'-aa -posslble-arier- the Versailles, treaty has been tied by "Tho'question ii oflen con- tiuudd the to ulieu Japan .KIuo" Cuau lo China. J would; point'dul in-reply thai lor the restitution ol ,Kiao Cbau tletstilort ar- rangem'enis be worked out he- forehand In accord between the tivo governments und tlic leufth o[ Lima required-for such raenU depends -largely upon the alti- tude ol China. In cny case, fully realize that it is.ai maclt in our oirn as .in' tlic of China to accelerate ;tbe decision ot all need- ed Rrrangemenls add to effect unnocesEary delay the restitution ot leased' territory 'which hare sol- Jeanily Premier, Ilara and Itlgh oltlclals-of .lie Japanese govcrnmenL discussed frankly the' correaponclent what was.called the "lyflve of anti-Japanese 'cellnf'Jn They, "were plain- disturbed by. reliable reports re-. celvcd here.'Ehofflng uneasiness as to .relative to ShaiUung as one'causc for iho sentiinent of dls- conlcQt'amanE .Luc friends of Japan, jut fell'Japan's repealed assurances as lo-.rCatllution, TVllh the premier's statement toctay, -should clezr tha air ant! prevent any deplorable misunder- standing. It-Is frankly" hero that Japan's militarism Is re- sponsible for much uneasiness abroad. the Jnpanese insial there ia a. district movement under way lo.ciirlt excessive influence lield liy'Iho retlltarists. which migbt be harmful to-Ihe legitimate dcvelopmonL ol Ihe nation and inimical lo Japan's rclattong wllh America. Begged lo Stay GENEVA, Aug. Rumanian government, after 'crushing Bolslic- vism at Budapest, dccldtd to Ihe. Jluiunnifln Iroops from BudapesL because of adverse criticism by the foreign press, according lo a state- ment Issued by toe ItumarJan bureau a (.Berne. An influential delegation ol Magynr however, begged the IliniiEuitan general to remain uulll order hud bcen.esUiilUlied, Ihn state- ment says, "as it-.WPS'feared lliat Trying to Avoid Breach PARIS, Aug. supreme coim- In its reqponse drafted today 10 (he reyly Hie UuDianian to (lie iiolc nf the council regarding (lie occupatt.il! of Budapest, does Jioi ask 1iif: Jluaianlaiis to leave Budapest immediately. The council advised .Rumania liat the inter-allied military commission Rt HmtHpcEi will discuss mooted J points by Ilumaniau gltlciala there. Tho reply of the council, which probaoly will ho sent to Bucharest lo- is looked unon as- iariiip been dejlgued lo nefiolla- lions Ti'ithout causing a breach. The Rumanian nriny arrived In Budapest before the Bucharest gov- ernment-' had received Ilia nole from the council asking Ibat Hu- ir.anlan troops Lc not allowed to enter Ibo Ilungnrian captlal, the Rumanian communlcallon sald. Tfic Rumanian Government added that it regards Usel[ as an ally ol tbe enlenle ami as. a incmher ot Iho peaco contcrcnce." The Ruman- ian camo from the for- eign office at-Bucharest, but.illd noL bear ilie slgualure ot Premier Bra- llano. It was looted upon as conciliatory In tone. H was contended "bj lUE'R-jmasIan gbvernrflicnt that the Rumanians in- Ihe contiscalions In Hungary were' 'j merely back (heir .own prop- Icriy. It was Insisted also-that Ihe the isrmlsllce ot November, 1MB, no longer .1, _esisls. supreme council, io lls reply, _ said it (jittered Ironi'many of the Iioinls -raised by Rumania, hut that Archduke Joseph's .biily lwe- jnler-allicd 'commission in Buda- he temporary because both Auslriana )pcst discuss -'them. ol thoi. return of. a 113' gulso." Vr. Carl Jlenner, head -i'- Jaa; lieace deieRHtion, wHo tjiroiieh .re- turn, to St. said1 th_fcif the 're: of.' a HBpifmr'r r itw" iead of the liuofarlap' so had caiiseJ the greatest jridtgnttipn at Vienna. .Meellags of protest ugaliiEl i restoration ot Ihe monarchjy eftiier n or JiaVe held a the Austrian Le aijertcd. Round Up Departed Treopii COPENHAGEN, ary commanil at nudapeBt-lifts prditcd lie roundlng-up of (ha dlsp'ersad troops bill repealing the daylight i Declaring the pretelng need of the country wn for production by Induitry. the proldent tsld lie Had been dbffgea to balance One set of agalnit 'an- cthtr snrf decide which the for the country. llouri otter she find tell her dock and dropped on her dock' n bug weigh- ing ipproilniaiely 100 Tho experiment 'made under 'tno rccllon of ihe Xew .Y6rh post wTiir-.h.proposes ta Yrfako eucli air de- liveries regular fc.Uuro Its for- olgn mall The Iclterj In tjic gnck wore mallctl four hours af.lcr rlo'slng ol Hie regular lutill for llie.llncri PAI11S, Aug. soldiers accused of crimes In formerly occu- pied regions are beginning to .irrivo nt according to "dispatches, from that city to Ui hlberle .Thit'nicli are being Incarcerated, In Die ciladel, where they will bo held Until tried. Among those who have arrived aro Hinder, accused ot swindling and robbery In connection with the re- quisitioning of supplies, and Lieut. HchmKz, accused o! stealing silver plate, Tu-o'o'.liers Imve been arrest eil al Strnssbnrg and aro transfer, while wnrrartls have been Issued against others, among whoni Is G'cn. vori Jlolner, who Is alleged lo j bavfr ordered Die dcporUllon of men anil women from Lille. fj. fy 44444444 4 4 4 4 4 4 MONEY DEAL WITH ITALY- 4 .4 JlOMK, Aug. news-; papers nnnouncc lhft.1 through 4 'n. rccfihL financial agreement licU-coiV Italy-ami .tircal Hrl- .4 4 [nfn, Hnly cede to tha 4 JJriUsli eovcrninint part of 4 lurlcmnlly dne'hcr fromtlor- 4 iDfiny. HABY HORN WITH FOUR LEGS AND FOUR ARMS YORK; Aug. fiirl buby wilh Tour jirius and four leys was bant SI. Mmys liospit.il, Brooklyn, lusl niylil lo Mfci.-.Miiry Picl- refcsn, of Ensl New York iivcnnc, JJrooklyn. Dr. Dcjnnis, who nllcndcd Hie liirlli, (old ii tiewspnpcr- ninn today lliat llic niollicr and child are in excellent con- dilion anil llial llicrc is no rcnson why Hie baby should nol.grow up. "The cxlra legs arc iillacli- cd jiisl' above the nofiiinl he said, "and (he cxlrti atms-are jtisl below the nor- liinl ones. All fonr Of Ihcx- limbs arc. of ,antl s idlr nl- of the ocmmiinlat ffovernment- wbo baro Uken 1o wooded" lections pt Hungary In small. according to received here Iroru pest. i" HANGS OVER WEEKEND LONDON7, Aug. The Ihreatened stride of locomotive engineers 'Ircmcn whlcJi have disorgan- ized IhoTflllwaj- system ot Ilia ivhqlo country has been avtrletl for tlio week- end, ihu cxBcutivo cominltleo of LKa engineers and fire me 11 today slated, a Tier receiving from Sir .Auckland Gerlries. mlnliter of Teconslrilcllon; a conimunicallon regreUlng li was 1m- ppsalble to arrange a meeting today Co consider the ivaga question. Sir Auckland promised icale to lha men on Monday' a new oftcr which tbc- govcrament is pre- paring. Austria' K'-'Will Held Responsible for Hie Alliej GENEVA, Aua- allied f have.. Austrian governrnenl {hat it will be held rtiponilble for Bela Kun, the Hunflarian communist leader, and for his delivery later for trial .by an allied tribunal, according to a diftpalch from'Innetbruck.'- Bela Kun, ll Is be tried for hinging' and shooting KungarlanJ Curing his reign in Budapest. Extradition will be resisted by -Bela Kun, It It Bald, It being add- ed that the former Hungarian for. elfln mlnlrter to go America, taking' with him .the' money'his wife and he carried cut ftf Budapatt. Ailff, aro by ntrlhcB now go-. In B on or threaten jiil In Ihls city, than ever before In lli'o lilglory ol .Ubor. unions, 'ncrorrtiriK'to figures bv lib of leiufers'find made to- ri a v. Geskles th6 actors niul railroad nbwion strike In Mew York include -painters, plasterers, ma- chintsls, cflrptntors, etiopmen of (he Drookl.vn-Union Oas cigar- ahirimakcrs, umbrella makcra aiirf art lamp workers. Although-it haVftttracted little pub- "u'C anentfon.-iho.cJgArniakers strike la the largest.tiumerltally. Accorrilng lo clgarniak- era ara'on.strike, v 500 ROOM ADDITION TO KING EDWARD HOTEL TORONTO, Aug. King Edward Hotel Company will build. il.five hundred-room addition .to-, tti present which will Involve an expenditure of DOfX Property eaitol tho.. .hotel hat been purpose. v-' Old Hindenburg Was the Submarine Advocate S .and Bernslprff Bplh -s of. United States and Hostility o{ Neutrals, But Hihdy- Was Adamant! r -ANTI-BOLSHfeVIKS- ADVANCE ON PETROGRAD COPENHAGEN, Aug.. xjvaniie torcn, hope, will be decisive, (ncttagtt .reach- ;from attftclil'nb forcsi.'are by Qert, Juisnitch, whoit Rutiiih volunteer be fupport- Auo. letter from-Field MarshJl von Hlriden. burg to Prince Maximilian of Ba- den (German chancellor at time of the signing oT-the armis- tice) concerning the beginning of the lubrnirlne war, printed today, aeeka to that Dr. von' Bethmann-Hbllweg, who wjt the chancellor at that time, had little confidence In Priildent Wllwh's peace submarinf warfare directly crqsi'. ed effcrli Ihfr, going dn'to bring about peace, Dr. von Btthrnjnn-riolhvco, Von .10. the. lubmarlrfe.wirfire an'.tk'e thai it wfiuid Imperil re- with the" neiitrj'li, ind Von VHIndenburg replle'd thalVthe iii; prtme army rtiponilbl: "whether.'the Ine warfare "conducted' or not, and that he, Von Hlntfen- burg, would proceed in full Ing of Ier 3 victor-: tout outcome of the reganU leat of the' cha'nceilor't The. letter mentions .the num- erous protasli of tbe then Ger- man jmbaiiador to the Un.ltid- States, -Count von agalnet the subrharlno warfAre ai'1 likely lo brlhj the Onited.SM'" into the> war.' refunl of ion ii'an Intermfdlary. In. peaca Vsn. wirnlrij that. breach with ihi United 8UIW Wll'.l inevitable wii dliregiro'ed. f AfUr.L' falling in' his Bernstorff. ;