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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta emM VOLUME xn. m/'HBnibGE. ALBlAf A. SA'l URDAY, AUGUST 10, 19.19 NUMBER 208 .B.U. UP AT -ALL MINES MAY OPEN NEXT WEEK-BIG OIL CO DRILLS �SOUTH-US. WARNS MEXICO leriiifi Miners Quit 0.ft.U.; t0 Return to Work; Men Are Conferring Here Indications at Present Are That Mines Throughout the South May All Be Working Next Week-Important Conference Between O.B.U. and International Representatives is Taking Place in Lethbridge. (Special t6 The Herald) FERNIE, B. C, Aug. 16.-A* indicated in this afternoon's telegram to the Herald the meetino called by David Irvine In the Grand Theatre thie afternoon, decided to aever connections with the O.B.U.. and reunite with the United Mine Wori�'r->all Journey of the border, bases at San Antonio, El Paso and Columbus, are 11 regiments of ciivalry, seven of Infantry, six of field artillery, two of engineers, one machine gun battalion, 15 airplane squadrons, nine balloon companies, one battalion of signallers, 17 pack trains, and 16 motor transport companies, in 'addition to the ncdeed quota of special and technical troops. The Carranza government wilt not be permitted to import further arms and munitions from the United States for the persent at least. This became known today following the publication of the exchange of noUs between the United States and Mexico, in which tlie American government threatened a change of policy In Mexico unless Americans were adequately protected.. Imperial Oil Co. Gets Ready To Prill In Southern F  ? ? ? ? read card will be abolished Jfn tSTvitzerland on ? Sept. 1. Tbre card for the dis- ? iributlon of fats disappeared ? two montlwrngd, hni cheese and ? milk are stai tteing sold under ? that system', ? ? > ? ; ? ? 5> ? : ? > > ? � mmm Riots and Looting at Londonderry-rReport of a Row in '-� "� Ckwmty Dawn COAL FAMINE Will Breed Further ^olsh^vism -^Machine Guns Can't Yield Coal ST. JOiHN. N. B., Aug. ]�.-The cruiser' Dvigon. with H.R.H. 'thfe Prince of Wales and the cruiser Dauntless, left lierc nt 7 o'clock this morning for' Halifax. T� ;Qreet the Prince HALIFAX N. S., Aug. 16.-The Italian battleship Conte de Caveour, arrived in port tills morning to participate In the welcome to H.R.H, the Prince ot Wales. She was received with a salute of 19 guns from tho , citadel .and was then boarded by tho "Italian 'consul-general for Canatta.  TELL 60MPERS TO HURRY BACK HOME PAftiS, Aug, 16.-Samuel Gompors, president of the tA.nierican Federation of Labor, wh� has 'been attending: the iUbBr congress at Amsterdam and Iia� Mfin spending a ifew days in tbl� clty.^'WlIl sail from Brest on Sunday for America on board the 'steamer Qdorge AVashington. He i^ g'oing home in response to urgent cablegrams -eali-Ing him to cut short his . visit iu %urope. 1 , Oh. StANLEV, M.P.P,, LEAVES HIGH RIVER HIGH BlVtiai, Aug. 16.-After having practised here since 1901, Dr. G. D. Stanley, M*P.P., is leaving to take up his residence in Calgary ^ A severe lUnesB last winter has, neceasitated the doctor glvjng up a cpuntry practise. : Dr. P. L. Backus, of Edmonton, win take over hie practise here. ftnt and northwest of : Owon Sound Rriday morning. The halMonM. fell for half an hour unit were very large. .Fields of i flfain were deftroyed and tress Stripped of their leav>t. > BBRLI.V, Aug. ^6.-Thai all Europe is facing disaster in the cdal situation is the common opinidn of IndUBtrial I and 'shipping leaders who have been conferring on the subject here for the past few days. Walter Fe'hling, o� Hamburbg, a shipping expert, in discussing prospects of the coming winter so far as Germany is concerned, declares the fuel  situation will positively prove a more potent reviver of acute^ Bolshevism than food. "The question'; is can the hungry people stand extra privation and suffering for three or four months?" he said. "Machine guns may subdue Bolshevism, but they can not yield coal. Their effect is purely,negative, Mhlle tho present critical situation calls for positive accomplishments." Blxperts estimate the shortage in the German coal output for the next 13 months will be approximately 100, 000,000 tons and predict the United States will be called upon to offset the continental shortage. HAailLTON, OnL, Aug. 16.-T. J. Rousel, Hamilton, was elected presi dent of the ^preme lodge, Sons of EnglanjJ Sooletv/hy members in session here yesteMay. The general ourpbses committee was arranged as foIlotTis: A. Morgan, J, Kicfei, J, Field, J. Davenport, Montreal; C: Topping, W. Bell, H. Clay, P. J. Davis, A. Q. Jennings, Ot. Rush, J. Corry, Toronto; W. B. Miller, Hamilton; A. J.' Taylor, Winnipeg; R. Blair, Whitby, Ont.; W. C Chamberrin, Winnipeg; R. B. Gale, Calgary; W. L�gge,-Si'.Catharines; R. H. Wood, Vancouver, and ,F. C. MacDonald, Gait.C. Topjping was eleoied bhairman. iThe 49^0/uouven-| tlon will hbld- at .3f'brtr''AVmi!ym. BELFAST, Aug. 16.-Ten .Nationalist excursionists were injured during a fight Priday with Orangemen at Lisburne, County Down. Serious rioting also occurred at Coalisland, County Tyrone, The trouble at Lisburne tool west. In all we have twelve parties surveying the geological formation of, the province and on their findings we will base our drilling'operations for the final test. At present we have one rig drilling in the McKenzle basla In the Peace River Country. The drill In the Lethbridge district will b� ths second, .^.nother wilt probably be started some distance north later In. the season." Mr. Taylor indicated that the company was going to. explore with tbi drill the first antidline east of the mountains, that is the fold where the prairie first shows a^gns of the folding whitih later develops into tha Rook) Mountains. At present prices for drilling, the company will probably spend between ^ ?500,000 and f1,000,000 in carrying out the campaign for olLdiseoTarr^n tb�. province. . BERLIN, Aug. 16.-Germany, in its I note refusing the allied demand to' recall Gen. von Der Goetz, the Ger-riian commander in the Baltic, denies the oharfo that the German evacim-tion Qf "Letvia was, fii,led and 54 injured InM I collision Friday between an express train and a troop train. The express train in the accident .was that running from Paris to N.ancy and Strassburg. ROME, Aug.. 16.-Gabriel d'Annun-zio. the poet-aviator, speaking today of his proposed airplane flight to Tok-io, said 15 days propably would bs spent on the trip and 23 stops made. Five two-seated planes will participate in the flight, he said. The miuister of transportation is supporting the project. Many pilot's have asked to take part in the flight. CONFESSED TO ROBBERY FORCE WEALTHY TO GRANT LOANS ROME, Aug. 16.-The Italian cabinet, the Popolo Romano says, has decided not to levy a tax on Inheritances at this time. Instead, the government will force wealthy persons to grant loans to the government at a very low rate of low interest. WINNIPEG, Aug. 15.-Albert E. Broiidiey and ' ' This was eatahlisbed yesterday when Detective Constantine searched the ruing aV4tB0Q�ered a soft tglt hat belonging 4o/A�tonlo Clcclo, husband of tDi^JiiQ^l^tJiiYl|3.tini. identified as Mrs. qicoioi. at brjd^.-of three weeke,. This m�Jc8e'.�lihVvJctiro� In all who have e|�t:t4eply to German Nationalists, declared biis intention to remain in office as long .as he l)ad the confidence of the ma^ortiy of the national assembly. He denied that any ministers of the new regime who have retired have received pensions, saying that in coa6e preme council's reply to the last note from Bucharest, which was ' completed jit yestifrday'a. meeting -cf the council. The Buchareet gavernment la Informed thai the fixing of the amount of reparation to'be made by Hungary, as well as Its distribution, is a matter under control of the allied and �� sociated powers and that until , final decision Is reached, all %v�rr railway and agricultural meteriei now in Hungary and eubjeet to distribution wilt be under the ad> '. ministration of the allli^d powdra.' ])tr9 Vi -VlP 0 3418 03 ;