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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WITLEY CAMP CL03ES LONDON, camp closes today and In future all sailings, Including those of officers, will be conducted through tho discharge depot fi Buxton. Col. Hanson, the commandant, Mlls.ln October for home, but the depot will remain oped for come time lonner. Men who miss th'.ir allotted sailings will. In future, have their pay slopped from the date of their proper sailing and will also have to find accommoda- tion for themielves and families until another sailing It available for them. Daylight Saving epealed acco the repeal measure over the president's ve.o.-lfce vote was to 19. The repesl of the law which takes it place among the very wiiiuh have bten raised over a presidential '.veto, become eifect.ve after ihe clocks arc turned back to normal In October. Determined to Fight Election of New Cabinet Min- isters CONSERVATIVES WANT RETURN TO OU) IJNES! (From a. Specill Correspondonl.) OTTAWA, Aug. Tlio work of] cabinet reconstruction proceeds s.ow- j ly. .That which Ins donj 11 but l.ic I rst' Instalment. Sir Kobert' Bor- den !s eager to recoiuliw.t; lil't tho u.tfci-tftln attitude o! ice country makes Ihe work difficult. Now men tor portfolios .ire available, but to get Ihem- Into ..parliament, tl.at is a dif- ferent matter. It is not thought that much difficulty will lie experienced in electing Dr. Toimie in Victoria, for his appolntneiil has been received with favor all over tlie country. But tbo placing ot Sir Henry Draytou seems to. present more of a problcnl and lhat In a quarter where it would he least expected. Undoubtedly he was booked for Xorth Toronto, il be- ins Ihe Intention lhat Sir George Fos tcr should retire; but politically Tor onto.'just norr, is in a rather restive mood. The old parly spirit is rearing its head (here hi a menacing manner The retirement ot Mr. Carroll, who is now .discharging his duties as chair man of the Railway Commission, ha occasioned a vacancy in the cablne lhat musl bo filled by a member fron Brunswick. It is believed tha Stanley mem her" fo'r SI.-'John, can step into M Carvelj's slices, if he is so incline a'iid'iaV bo're-electcd. Nor Is.ther any indication thai be is loth to 'do so- but being aicomparallvc stranger in politics, thero is some doubt wheth-l er he cou'id.be j busy wjlli. thai-name, of Hon: JVIliaru Pi'iBsiey.'s'uBRestliig thai he may leave tlio easy cushions ot the gubernatorial Ntsff Brunswick to. re-enter John lake lo him kindly. Diir- ,'iDK his recent visit to St. John Sir 1 Robert Bofden no doubt made up Ins -mind as io whom the new minister would be. Queber Hard lo Handle Quebec is the real fly in tho oml- menl. or, lo vary the simile, the chief obstacle In (he way ot reconstruction rtat would make Ihe Cabinet truly representative- of all classes in the sUudtn'g but Quo- bee as a whole remains obdurate and the desired ones .enter not. Thero is reaaon to think that some prominent politicians from lhat prov.nce would readily accept the premiers invita- out they do nothing, being afraid of the resentment of the great mass ot their compatriots, who, I hey know, are now as strongly opposed lo Union government as they wore in 1917 A Quebec politician put It well recenlly when he said, "Quebec nci- IhM-forgives nor forsels.' It any iloubt existed as to Quebec attitude, it .was dispelled by tho Lib era! convention. Before it was.heh rumors gained currency to Iho effec thai certain outstanding Liberals of that province, who fell that the party had become loo radical, were prepared to enter the 'cabinet. It they were it is now all off. Tho convention demon- UE-strated lhat no.mailer what Iho atli- Imlo of some of their leaders might 'be Quebec stands true lo Iho Laurier tradition and lo old-lime- Liberalism. :gan Hoisting Coal at Both Shafts of Gait Mines LONDON, Aug. Times, In dlscussinj the labor situation and legislation, sayi: "We would earnestly warn the povernmtnt agalnit the adoption of'any devices such as the Cans- dlan Lemieux Act. It would at once revive the strike habit and give wreckers who are at present somewhat emply handed a new cry and alio a powerful lever. It would turn back the whole move- ment toward industrial peace and surround every action of the gov- ernment with a fog of distrust. IWestern Crop" Value to Equal Thatoi Year Ago General Manager of Leading Bank Dispels Some of the Pessimistic Reports About Crop Conditions in Western Yield Will Reach 1918 Figure. to The ITerald) Aug. lO.-Tho city police i court, which hae been a very quet place recently, WHS enlivened today v.-hen tho city police brought before Magistrate Whlnisler, Itomco Dunu- suk, charged with running a gambling liamo in Ihe Northern hotel. Ho fined ?150, and Is now on trial, charged wilh attempting to bnbo Chief Board-, an into silence regarding In! opcra- on ot such-a joint. -This case ot been decided, hut the-evidence is j 11 in and judgment will he rendered i Is again filled with smoke from tiros on Uai Hoisting of coal in the Gait mines commenced this morning when both Ho. 3 and No. 6 shafts resumed work after a strike last- ing mote than months. At No. 6 about 160 mer, went down into the mine this morning, and at No. 3 there were 75. This num- ber docs not Include all those who went back to their old Jobs above ground. There was not the least hint of trouble such as occurred during the first week of the strike when efforts were made by strikers to keep men from working to keep the mines'in physical condition. Work En the Coalhurst and Chi- nook mines will start Thursday. Organizer? Houston and Grecula visited these camps yesterday and commenced signing up the men. At Chinook what Organiier; Houston declared to be the beet and sanest, meeting held in the distirct was held, when the men declared unanimously for going back to work. More men are being signed up in the local camps today and the shifts will be enlarged until all are at work again. ense- pan nmt n.Li.t, o IOIIE after the fire of August, TOROXTO, Aug. Emer- German Government Kinds Bif- cully Enough in Feeding Present Population TORONTO, Aug. reports respecting damage to the crops In western Canada have giv- the public mind an unduly gloomy picture of conditions, In the opinion of Sir John Aird, gen- eral manager of tne Canadian Bank of Commerce, who recent- ly returned from a trip to tht pacific coast. Sir John said he believed that If good threshing weather con- tinued the value of the western crops would be quite equal to that of last year. .The grades shown thus far were better thsn 1918 and recent rains had great- ly improved the feed situation. He pointed out that last year sup- posed authorities had estimated that the wheat yield might not exceed actually a tota> of bushels was produced, and Sir John said, this year's yield might equal that figure. In central and southwestern Saskatchewan and in southern Alberta the yield was disappoint- ing, but even in the poor districts his' personal observation had shown him that good farming methods paid, and in the Irrlga- (ion belt the production was sat- isfactory. There was every year somo damage from rust, but the situa- tion did not warrant the extreme- ly pessimistic reports of loss from this cause, which he had seen In the newspapers on his return to Toronto. 4SOO civil servants, enough for a full brisade of four Itallons, with several batteries o[ ar- tmer'v, besides, if mobilized logethe-r. voters' registration, court here today. BERLIN', Aug. meeling of j Maioriiy-SocialisH was held Monday protesting against the further retcn-, t'on of German prisoners in France, i It was .he first move by tha Socialists j in tho plan to bring women formrd us an influence for the return of the prisoners, it being felt that they can arouse more sympathy than men. Dan- iel Stucklen, member of the national and imperial for war anil civilian prisoners, blamed j France for the holding of these prls-t oners and said that the condition of I the men was tad: Ho said tho men i were treated well in Italy, but that in Japan -thty were miserable owing to different customs anfl methods of. housing the prisoners there. _ j Many say the'government A Strange Complication in Con- nection With the Dominion :Park Disaster at'Mon- {real expressed his intest'on lo ask ales there -would be a tremendous add. lurnishcd enumerators iu some ot the sub-divisions and to find il food problem should the prisoners their views or will lie convert- the -necessity of laving uo LONDON, Aug. vik forces have occupied Kher- son, Nlkolaef and Cherkasy, on the Dneiper river, below Kiev, according to an official statement sent out by wireless by the sov- tet army headquarters at Mos- cow. The statement adds that on the eastern front Bolshevik forces have occupied lletsk, after a fierce battle, 40 miles inulh- west of Orenburg. !tho government railways who ito the front are not inclunefl. Mn teen women ot the civil service went overseas as nurses. One civil servrm another body was Identiticd overed, which Victoria crosses, of Jean Rob- es i work "of eonmeratlpir checked up by alidit'ons mode ''mniacueV BULLETINS s-sr, i Openly, the government declares no sacrifice will lie shunned to wel- come and' feed tub men; hut many be- lievo there is a secret understanding [resulting In their retention in France. Fsrland 2J Military Medals ami ,'E, Foreign decorations ncau, another victim, and friend of Forlaml's and or Another l.ody liurlerl as young Char inal. UL JIUlumw bride also perished In the disaster. re t Is -probable lhat nil the bodies ot s -r ha men victims will be exhumed in order lo obtain sure idenliftcalion. VIENNA, Aug. EC-Budapest is citv ot polilical lurmoll and all the Blreots swarm wilh aimless hungry people, according lo an Associate! Piess correspondent who has arrived In Vienna after having mado tho Inp from tho Hungarian capital by alr- plano. .The flight was made through (he courtesy of Lieut. Brambtlla, an Italian airman. Tho Hungarians on all sides feel Matter is Under Advisement By The Authorities At Ottawii OTTAWA, Aug. N. W llowell, who. as president of Ihe privy j council, is the departmental head oti ne Itoyal Xorlhwesl Mounted 1'olice, oilay confirmed a report thai an] he Dominion polite force is under i ndviscmont. The idr.a. as staled, is lo i.vc one Dominion Vile force, uriiisr me l-aail r.nil C.ts nror.Kiis both tiflc- eucy ecominr. }h Howell hat while the- matter has been dis- cussed, l o final cli'fJ'i" n las EXCHANGE TAKES ANOTHER DROP YORK, exchange fell to a new low.record today, demand sterling dropping al- most five cents to J4.14. French and Italian exchange, were sirm- -larly affected. Paris demand fell to francs to She American dollar and demand llres to Reports current in the financial district that the French sovern- ment is negotiating for an Amer- ican loan of to S200.- for If.f purpose cf stabil- izlng its credits in this market, lack confirmation In wj'l infonn- ed banking On further offering of bills and of suppor.i: sterling continued to drop, a minimum rate of being quoted at Trench and Italian remittances ?lso reflected B qreater weakness Paris cables selling at a fraction belter than 8 1-5 and llres ex- tending their decline to slightly more than 9 1-3. Price Announced at Ottawa is Not Go Higher if Market Advance's BERLIN, Aug. bill providing ways and means for carrying out the peace terms was presented before the national assembly at Weimar onJMon- day with tha approval ot .the Imper- al council. It is a far reaching meas re '.Hi' purpose ol w'lich IE to ret efinite limits and establish conlvol ot all sorts ot activities in commerce, inance and industries bearing on the ucans ot government responsibility aid upon Qermany b> the conlmoiu ol pi ace. It. ninpowers OG government, lor Instance, to and enforce- Mi dnslrlal. mercantile and mn.'it closely concerned .with the -nork ol paying 'IndemnltloB.'-'Tlio goicrnment is authorized to 'demand information matcrlaU and inai inspect' the boohs, -papers and bus iness documents of firms us fix prices) adjust labor conditions and supervise efficiency ot mdu-trlai equipment. It also imposes penalties up to fhrec years' imprisonment and a fine ot marts for illegal ineuls of money. Possible That Special Session of Parliament Will Consider j Its Problems OTTAWA, Aug. 20.-TB6 list of to be continued alter o soldiers or. a nalion for which they have the deepesl hatred Ittcvclation iis Result of An In- rjuiry Info High Cost of Shoes K mOSTOX, Jlass., Aug. Ilnto Iho high cost, ot shoes by the Isuffolk county grand Jury loclay de Svelopcd that some shoe vorkcrs hav earning a week. These In were said lo bo few, but I jsvas testified'Ihal many mado ek, while the average was abou help formerly paid lo a iveek, havo profiltod mos' boys getting as much as }30 It was said lhat a pair of shoos sol by a mamilncturcr for dl played In n sloro 400 yards from factory marked 'nt The grand jury flnlsheil Us shoe hi ciuiry loilay and Is expecled (o make Its dccUion Friday.' A GIFT TO THE EX-KAISER BERLIN, Aug. bill has been submitled to the Prussian cabinet which provides that William as total settlement for the civil list he lost forced according to a" Weimar dispalch.to Die Frei- hlet. The cabinet has not yet reach- .prociamauon ot peace has been mado promises to be fairly Ions, but the actual legislation which it will bo to introduce when the house meets on Sept. not be heavy. The malorily of (he bills lo be mtro- Iduced will simply mako provision lor the continuance In force ol orders-iu j council for a specified period. I Supplementarj- estimates- to be in troduced will ho Hehl. Provision, o: 'course, will have .lo be made for In [cost ot the session, including tho demnilies' of'members ot parliaictnt] and Ibe senalc.-Olber Hems will be !such as in-ordinary years, are cover- .led by, the issuance of governor-sen- Icral's warrants. I The matter of relief for certsra districts-which are in a had OTTAWA, Aug. communications received by the eminent as .well as comments made: bv brokers and others interested InJ the .wheat trade, indicate .that Ihe. action in inil-j al price for wheat lo be paid to the. farmers by Iho wheat contTol board, is still misunderstood In many Quart- It is assumed by many apparently that the initial price ot ?2.15 an- nounced on Monday'by the govern- ment is a fiscd price and tffat no mai- ler whal tho price of wheat bo tho farmers will not receive nr Chinese Story of the Clash hvcen Japs Fired First Shot PEKING, Aug. official re- mrl lo the Chinese government re- --'ing the clash between Japanese Chinese soldiers, on July 10 at thai figure. Or, behalf, ot Iho govern- '.way-becausc of succeasivo failures is jnow engaging tho attention nt lion. (Artniir Melghen and Jion. J. A. Cald- cr, who arc hi Iho wesl, and may call .for so sis lane arkel 01 me wonu "i" [ired the rirEt fnoi, DUI ic price of wheal shoulil go-lo J2.30, Japanese soldiers, with MO o- S2.50, the farmer will pet and loaded rifles, fore fnelil. cfl an entry into Ihe Chinese mllitarj On Ihe olher hand, .in tlio Umlcd; cncamnmcnt shows that Ihev were Slates -where a price has been denn-j itely fixed, tho farmer will simply Bet; Tjie rjbineso repprls say'18 Japan- tho" filed price. ese .were killed and 11 wounded anil The object ot the covernnsenl, it CninoEe were killed and 14 wonnd- was further explained, was not lo1 d u was addetl 100 Chinese sold ,o are in "ltl> any price thai, the farmer sl-ouW.fa; aro but it i- ,mo legislation t.nauclal, blll to'iitdke sure that o( tliem firA ,ce from.the federal speedily sell his crop and to rcUitn hn shnnlii receive the highest pos- Ilic traditions which attach to th? western force and the wholesniiio no toricnt Iho nnmc llselt suggcsls DC fineign elur.itii'. mere ir, re- as an von Braunj tht minister oJ aari- STOREKEEPERS THREATEN TO ttOSS UP STORES BREST, Aug. and storekeepers at 3 mass meet- ing here last unanimously decid- ed to close their establishments if the authorities do not take steps to protect business.' The resolulicii communicated to (hat he should receive the highest pos 'sihle safe Initial payment upon, the crop The govcrnmenl, through the Canadiaii'wheal board, tmflerlakes to sell tho surplus crop, not nt n fixed price, but al the best .world price nvaibblc and lo turn back-to the tanner free from 'all speculative, and [ju-ofiiecrlrig charges the of The Japanese embassy at Wash ineton announced that the- Clnnesp government, as a result ol lie lacl dcnl at "Chang-Chun, had dismia sed from office three leaders pt the Chinese. -soldiers and had reprimand- ed the governor general of Kmn province. Tho said thnt tho seriously SALON1KI, Delegates jalmlng to reprcBeiil Greeks iving-ln the Ardahsn dialrlcl In Ihe Caucasus, according lo tho Athens Vows Agency, have- telegraphed Ihe peace conference nl Paris an appeal or allied piotecilon against bandits and the Turkish mllllary. who Ihey asserted have pillaged Ihe country and massacred Greek Inhabitants. The dljpalch was q'uoled as saying hese forces operalc from a base at Erzerum. Tho disrlalch dlrccled alien- lion to ihe fact lhat Ihe people In tho Ardahan district already suffered severely during this war because ot Iho Turkish and Russian operations there. Aug. The anti-Bolshe- vik forces of Admiral Kolchak have nbandoncd Tiumen, 450 miles. south. vest ot Toboliik ami jusl east of Ihe iussfan-Slbcrliln border, according to 3msk dispalciies received here loday. Tiumen, which was one of- Admiral Kolchak's main, bases of supply during his advance Into Ihe rich mining dls PRESIDENT DEAD Mark Francis bad given crders that violence against ttorea be prevented. JOE. E. THE DISTILLER, DEAD WATERLOO, Ont., Aug. Jos. E. Seagram, ex-M.P., died this evening. He was In hU year and had been III several years. 'He was the head of the Seagram dls- lining concern and Ihe owner of many of the Plale win- ners al Woodbine. _ province. rrno sian'iinjui Hie price received for bis grain ovev was prov'0ked by Ihe Ohmesa above 'he initial payment ol Up0n tho lapanese Nine MEXkiO CITV, Aug. 26-The j. teen'. Japanese were killed and 17 ican Eovernmen't announced that Am- It turlher Volnfcd oul thatthO! s Bl Universal and El I'rado de Had thai not been Ico ord the only papers to comment regarded as possible, the editorially on 'ihc Protests Slates government would not have sgalnsl Ihe crossing is. made by Elj-.naJe a fixcil price. "nivereal and it demands for Mes-i an opportunity lo he heard before outraged'." The.paper calls on all Mexicans to c'oritribule lo the de- of ihc .country. tricl to company, Jdf heart DN A tit. r ran cis UMH-I, L ,rcsl.lcnlof Ilciller'a Telegram Ihe of Ihe acrman bishop died at Inverness ycslerday.ot Strasaburg and has appointed him disease. archbishop "In parllus." was ropc-rted cap-l NO WORD OF THE --------..._ PARIC, Aug. has been heard from the French air- plane Goliathe which left .Morocco for Dakar on Saturday morning, according lo an announcement made this morning' by the Far- has n.ot been abandoned'arid searching parties r are 'continuing their work inland. rc lured by the Bolshevik forces by dls- 1 patches reaching London on August 14. ACCEPTS RESIGNATION STIIASSHUHO, Aug. 1'opo lien- edict, It Is -announced, has ncccpled MONTREAL MAN FOR'COMMERCIAL BOARD MONTREAL, Aug. 0. Du- puis. of Montreal, will probably be the third appointee to the federal board of commerce, It Is rumored here today. .He Is a member of the'.Montreal, departmental store 'li'rm 6f OupuIt'Freres. i The will bb' made as.sien as Sir'Robert Border, re turrs (our with the Prlnce.of Wales, ASK PRINCE TO GRANT A GENERAL AMNESTY QUEBEC, Aug. meet-- Ing of the National Trades and Labor Council lasl night It decided to askH. H. H.Jhe Prince of Watte, to Intercede to obtain' a general amnesty for absentees under the Military Service act. CHOLERA ON THE ISLAND OF FORMOSA TOKlO.'Aug. Cholefn has hrok en oul on Island of Formosa am tha government hn? dtcloied a line against the fslan.l More than l-QUXOSTOW.S Ohio Aag 5: nallonal strike voted in favor of a rssssi issiur? frtasurer ot tho of Labors committee on the sieel luda try, which canvassed IIIU I .U1...J. the conimlllee 13 now EClllni line against, te saiu o nol SCO cases ofcl.ol.orn are sold to ha.e Tho co been fouml. V ;