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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUUK III. LKTHBIUDGE. ALBMlTA. T1IUUSDAY, ALT.UST 28. 1019 NUMBER 21S DOMINION GOVERNMENT WILL HELP BUT CHIEF AID IN IRRIGATION PROJECTS MUST COME FROM THE PROVINCE Sends Mission to Kishinev to Make Peace With Rumania Russian Soviets Stem Anxious To Reach Understanding With Rumanians V ._______i' COPKNHAGEM, Aug. Dial Lr'nhie, tlio Russian UolBhovik vremkr, Jias sent n dclogallon lo Kishinev for Iho purpose ol negot- fatlnp peaco between (ho Russian jioviet govcrnnicnl and Rumania, According lo a report received hero [ram Budapest today. Nationalize TolBtol Estate Aup. dis- patch from, HelsiDgfoTS says the Hus- soviet Kovcmmeut bas national VV. J. COWAN IS UNIONIST CANDIDATE IN N.ONTARIO SUNDEILL.A.VU, Ont., Aug. J. Cownn, ol Lcaiuing- ton, was selBtlcd ?.s the Union- ist candidate In North Ontario for the Dominion parliament at a Ur.fonfBt convention, liero yes- terday. Mr. Cowan is a natiTO v of Dio ildIng, a. lartuer and a well-known Importer ot pure bred stock. One ot the dele- Rales (o. Iho convention was PRINCE OF WALES MIXES DEMOCRATICALLY WITH "T5JE FOLK WHO DID THE DIRTY WORK IN THE WAR" TOROXTO. Auf. Clobe ibla morn'iDE publishes this story: "J want to meet Iho people who did the dirty work In tbc said Ihe Prince of "Wales yes'-crday. Official Dominion perhaps like to have kept the prince ia some.seeludell spot, "fflr froai the madding crowd" and Iho rude gate of tho proletariat. UuL that waa not Edwarl's itlea c.r duty and service and, as he is n very dcUriulued young man. he had hia way. "1 vanl to shake hands Ibc people ID rags ami tatters and Ibo bravo men and women whose.self-sacrifice paved (he Urilish X'ujpirc. thejn crowd the police-not lo keep'theoi 1 want lo shako bnnds with them That was the expressed desire o[ Urhaln's future ruler and so ho uiosl ol his lust day -In Toronto phin "TLc folk who did the dirty work in ihc M'ar." Hon. Arthur Meighen Reiterates His Policy; Is Anxious That Dominion Do AH In Its Power to Help Projects Mrs. Tom Sharric, widow of the late member, who addressed the v gathering aud ilecllned'lo bo a v candidate lor homlnnllon. Ited. the QFUto of the lale Count Tol- atol at Yasnajra Pollano. In order lo candidate lor homlnnllon. preserve Iho memory of Tolstoi. -r> Tho dispatch adds that tlio govern- j mcnt has invited Iho members ot the] Tolstoi family.! o enter" Iho Berrlcc ol- tho government and reside In llio ens-1 fie a projected institution for the enlightenment ot the pcopVe- TaVei Roubles PAlilS, Aiig. reach- ing the" peace conference indicate thai foreifls von dor Gollz .1'. Mitau have attacked Lettish liead- quarterB in liat cily and taken roubles. _ Brltiih Leaving Caucasus Montenegrins Rise In Revolt Against Serbs; Balkan Worse ..J SEATTLE SANKS WILL DISCOUNT CANADIAN SILVER 10 PER CENT, r.ONOO-V. Aug. troops began Icarine the Caucasus' region on Aug. 15 and all troops will bo out o[ tho districts-they have bean urolect- irls-before Kept.. 15, David Arnold .of Providence, Jl.'I-, managing director of! tho American commission for relief i in-the Near East, said today, upon his return lo Paris from Txmdon. While; nl the British capital ho llitcrvlcwe'd Viscount under-secretary of war, SvhVloKl him it was Impossible .lor tic ririlish to rolain troops In Armenia unless .'IhoTJniied "Stale; would give asaufaneo'll.Vould troops lo re- tlem''T7Jthln livp or'three months. '31r. Arnold, who left hople llirco im-' inrativc that Turkey, both European should he policed by for- eign troops before any actual partition of Ih'e- cmmlry lakes place. lie says If Ihis is not dono llicre will lo vuolcsalo massacres. Lieul. Slater, Thought Losl On Lake Gnlario, Back at .Home Field 1IOUST. Aug. 2S. H. E. Slaler and Scrgl. Sltioi- land, believed-lo-have been lost in .or to'have been blown out of th'oir canrseiand landed in some oul of'the ivay" region. during iheir flight from Buffalo in the international nerialJcrby.'Xew York yesterday, are hero.- I.icut. Thomas: announced tluBtniorVliijf IhaVatie aviators were sore. tiill :rcjiorl.ed vas manlreslcd in (bo huee that filled WesleV church last lllehl lo later of the Interior In his statement at the Boird of Trade luncheon that ministers wero unable lo visit the i various 'pans of the Dominion as i often as they wished through pn hear'the. Uoti. A: 'iur .Meighen and of Ihe Trort of tho departments oref lion. J. A. Calder. A feature of ihc which they uresided. lie thought gathering was the large concourse of thai this not good login, and thai farmers from alt of Ihe district [tho, mfnfslerj should find, the time'. even from so'far as Foremost and In regard to aid for Irrigation schemes, down to (he boundary line- i the people -were asking the govern- In their addresses both ministers I raenla for nolliing in the way o! ei- early outlined the policy o( -the fed- Pcndituro of they wanted government In tlic responsibility vvas "la' or other of the govern'- cle eral government In tlie respoi it allacned to Us relation to the Irri- gation schemes. Uoth ministers did not fall to show that they were Blrbnc- ly impressed -.tilh conultions here and that they fully sensed Ihe vital n.eed of irrigation lo overcome toe ments should attacli its name so lhal the honrls could be sold more easily. The Local Member "W. A. Buchanan. M.P., refcrrlnR to the responsibilities of the govern- intnls to the Irrigation ex- neadlng between llio lines on llieir pressed liimself as being-not one or utterances It was plain that soruo ar-: ,vaa to rel rangement-. with the provincial gov-] snonsibillly on one government but 1 eminent was bound to be Ihe result on both governments. He was 1 lot their visit here, and the outlook tho provincial government but I in regarJ lo tho materializing ot llial Eovernraenl considered that irrigation projects mar safely be T0710NTO, Aug.' Illiond- da, daughter Hie late Lord nhondda, former Uritisli fooi) administrator, ac- Premier 'of Union of Spulh Af- rica Succumbs to Attack of Influenza Renegrade'qh. Trial For Luring Edith Cavell to Death Defends Self PARIS, AUK. examination of Georges Oaslon Qulcn, charged wllh commiinicalbs milliary Irifor- nialion to Iho'.encirjy and wilh having collected evidence against.Miss Rdllh Cuvell, Ihe British nurse who was ci- eculcrt in llclglum by Ihc was continued During Ihc day charges of fraud were made against the prisoner by several women who testified that Qulen boasted that he wonlrt lio dblo, for a conslderfllion, to have Ihelr husbands, who" were ill prison, llber- aled. Ills ability to secure their re- leaie, the. women asserted Qiileu told them was due lo his "connections." Qulcn admitted thai ho might a braggart, a drunkard and a tlilcf, but he never bclraycd Franco nor the al-. legert organization headed by Miss Csivell for Ihnirelcaso of war prlson- mi, he was not aware of tho cslst- fnco of such an organization. According to Rulei Md., Ann. tion by lha.0ermr.na of Miss Edith Cavell ,lhe English nurse, which nrous- ti tho Indignation of tho allied world, was In accordance wllh tho laws o! "cltlliiod according fo report of tho committee, on inllllary law. of Iho American As- foclBlloivmado public hero yeslcrday. Jlolh majority and minority reports were, prepared by the committee, which was appointed lo Investigation court and suggest reform in military law. The reference to the case of Miss dwell was made by S. S, of Chicago, chairman ot Iho commlltee and was concurred In by Judgo Wll- liam P. Bynum, ol Greensboro, N. C., ,1he olher minority member, In advocat- ing abolition of the donlh penalty for women convicted of Infringement ot milliary law. N.Z.I01NM AUK: A cable tc the Times 'from Wellington, N.K., sl-itcs'Uint In replying to a latldn of Hie .riavy league, 'Admiral Sir John Jqlllcoo f 'aled lliat any great reduction- In cxpcDdtturc of- Great" Britain impossible tinil Jt ]a likely to remain at at out a pound per heart. XCTV Zealand, if IL desired to do share in mnlnlainlng lnc.nav.vV should also contribute R round per head, cither- In cr.sh or as'a JNTew nit, nialntalncrt and trained In com- plelo uniformity, ivlth-'lbo imperial rtect and In no. '.ray tied merely to toe shores ol Now Zealand. Chicago Prices Have Dropped in Month Go To CHICAGO, Aug. .fall of hog prices to a hundredweight within three days was forecasted- hy'rcpresenUlives of the btg jpaek- Ing .companies at the etockya'rds -.todiy, "when resumption of .trad- ing ahoWed the cause of Wednes- day's slump still prevalent. Hogs listed at a-drop of in one day, were offered today at with few- r changlng hands. The bulk .of r sales at the opening of the mar- ket were around il7, compared with early .this month, The packers remained out'.of the market and 'livestock'experts predicted the biggest slump 1907. Ottawa Gives Warm Welcome to Prince companled by ]ier jnolher, the Doi Viscountess" Ithondda, Sir Humphrey Mackworlh, her-brolher-in-lavv and his it Sir Douglas and Mrs. Cardew and tot Vancouver, and Canada representative- of Ihe Illiomlda estates, arrived-in Toronto yesterday ami left in the evening for on their way to iho Peace River coun- ry, where tliu late Lord Rliondfia hud argo intercsts7 Is a wonderful said Lady Rbondda' iu an interview jure. "One feels that its possibilities lavo only been scratched. Comiug 'rom; a land- wh'ere possibilities are almost exhausted, ono feels Ihis very slrongly." looked upon as decidedly encourag- ing. The meeling was presided over-by S. J. remarked tbal a prominent' citizen of Alberta bad staledUhnl.70..per cenl. in guaranteeing the bonds it was lafr ing too heavy a responsibility, he felt that guaranteeing bonds to heep.Uie people on the land was a ereaLdeal better .than Ihe guaranteeing of -bonds as In the case bt.railways to bring people to tlie land.- .There was-one' aspect ot tha situation here; 'which' should nol he and: Ihat- OTTAWA, Aug. Dominion capIUl gfivo n warm welcome lo His. lloyal. Illfilincss, tho Princo ol today.. Weather conditions.were cool and cloudr, but-no fcll'anil when tho royal train 'pulled Irjlo Iho station at 11.lo the sun brokOhroueh tho clouds nnd.shone hrislitly. The cltU- cii9 had turned out In thousands In holiday alllre- and for hours awaited patiently (ho coming of llio' prince. Bands played and local airmen flow overhead, while in before the Central station a veritable sea of humanity was missed between the-lias-draped buildings'. Thero waa no question as lo UK Greeted By Premier AVlieri the prince slcppctl from. Hie Sir I GERMANY WILL TAX NON-FWHTERS BBBLIN, Aug. a result of the government's search for new sources of tho feasibility ot Mseislng, men- ficllvo nervine during Iho war has sug- n'estcdr It.ls Ostlraalcd (hat rjovcr'. worn uniforms find Hint If aft 'lexem'pilon lax'- fl.veraging- 20 marks per fntin.word- levied (he would marks. varinlh of tho Capital's greeting lo JIlJ Hoyal Hlshneis. There was rone of the lack of enthusiasm with which tbo capital some times meets distin- guished visitors. Kroin (he moment the ed from the royal Irnln thero were manlfes'atlOns of genulnc'tnthUBlaani and 'n outburst of-checrljs greeted nlm vfhen he. erqergod (r6m Ihe Cen.- Irnl.filallon and'ittep'pcd Into Iho gov- ernor-Renerol's slato Cflrrlngo, which, surrounded hy oulrldorfl, carried (ho royal party lo (larlUin'cnt hill. An address.on the clflzen? of OltAwa waa'' piopolitcd torlay by Mayor 1'J.iher. first to greet Robert Uorden, who introduced lis lloyal Highness to his colleagues of tfto cabinet anil other distinguish- ed persons on the v.'itli whom ho was not already acquainted. Oil Iho platform were representatives ot the government and military and naval puttiorUlci. I Those present In- cluded Sir Arlhur 1'tirrie, commander of the Canadian lorcOB; Sir George Pcrley, Canadian .high commissioner; Sir Gcorgo Foster. Hon. X. W. ilowcll, Hon. A. SKlon. Sjr Henry Dray7 ton. Hrth. C. J. Dohcrly, Hon. J. D. Held, Hon. llarlln. Burrcll, Admiral Klngsmlll, Sir Edward Morrison, 'Gen. Victor tVllliama, (Jen. Owatkln, Qen. Digger, Gen. II. M. TOIlloltj Command- or .Sttreai, Commahdor other me-.nliers ot tho military -and naval headquarters stalls; Sir James .Grant, Dr. Chabot, M.P., and 0. H.- Hurdman, M.L.A. Tho prince had a kindly sinlle for everybody, but il waa noltceablo. that ho Creeled with especial wnrmth Sir Arlhur Currlo and Sir Gcorgo Perlcy, wllh.holh of whom ho has been fiS' sorlntcd overseas. Illj Hoynl Hlgh- CENERAL 80TI1A. PRETORIA, Union of South Al- rica, Aug. 2B. Gen. Louis Botha, premier and mlnltter. oi agricul- ture of the Union of South Africa, clljd suddenly early this morning following an Mfack of Influenra. IXMiis Botha was bor.n at Xatal, In 1S63, and waa a member of tho first VolHsrart of Transvaal, In whfch ho represented Ihc dfslrlcl ol Vryhcld. At Iho heBinnlrig 'o( Ihc Doer war in 1SSD lip was vcldle comet tor thai dislrict, .lolnlnt; tho Hocr iorces in noi-'.hnrn Natal, ho soon rose lo high command, tic was in fbargc of Iho Doer trp-ces at the battle of Colonao and Spion Kop nnd following MPERIAL PREFERENCE ORDERS Aug. (o new "Imperial.preference" orrlera is- sued by Ihfi board ot trade toilay, preferential rates shall apply to re- ined sugar, molasses, sugar citracts and 'rjianufaclurcd tobacco, "only In respect of such proportion of Iliose joods'as correspoitds to Iho proportion of dutiable material used in their man- .ifaclurc, which Is shown to. have been growll or produced in the .Another order'says that goods shall not bo deemed lo have been manufac- tured in the Empire unless at least 25 per cent, of their total value is the re- sult ot labor wllhiri the Empire. __t 53 per cent: were going lo the ilronlh' conditions here lliat ccrtafli Ifiws we r'b passed'and-not! generally taken onlsldc the" Damln broken for tuellon to apnly '16 the wejt.as V province with' Irrigation. Mayorf riar'dle Hordle in and for this reason alone, if_not-fur nny other, It was nBceiijirj-flhat tliese 'coliditlons here should llorjlle m tlic- ministers snid that he. was lt- -'noccjjarj.. (lie p. reasonable requests. The.mayor fault with the logic the mln- BULLETINS HIGH TENSION IN. BELGIAN-DUTCH CIRCLES PARIS, Aug. bei-n current In Paris tlurlnR the past (ew days of increased tension between Holland and because ot Lhi Dutch reply to the Belgian '.ccse on the rcrision of Ihc lreatv.p[ 1839 with jnliniations ol a'rupture ol lions, the real altUmle 'of thy llel- gians reniaina one liurely o[ expect- ancy. The (Jj'Ing visit tif Foreign Min- ister llymans lo Premier Olemo'ncanu yesterday had as its object a matter entirely unconnccLc'd ivlth this fju'cs- Britain's Premier Is ao a ea'h the dea'h ol Ocn. J. F. Jouborl, he was llio of cornoi.indcr-lu-crilcr of Transjaa! Boers. Allcr llic fall Pretoria lio re-orEnnlzcd Ittc Uoera wllh a view lo prolonged guerilla war- fare, his forces offering resist- ance lo tho British up till lulc'ln 1801. thd pcdco negotiations bctnetn Ihc Doors anil (lie TlrHl-ti, Ocn. Bollm look a lending role In Ihc period of reconstruction] ,Aflcr the grant ot telf-govcrnment lo the Trans- vaal in IDOr, Ccn. Botlia was called upon lo form a goTemBient. Al tho of tne 6rc.it war In 1914, Gen. Doiha look command :of the Union In southwest Africa, achieving a complete success and (he Oerman troops In that region to sur- render. Wllh Gen. .Jan Chrjsilafl HnuUs, Oun. liolhi signed Iho peace Irc.ily with Oermhnj- on behalf of tho of .Tune no arrlvcrt al from Europe (Continued .on I'oii.July ?S. NEW YORK, giv-.Jr., says en away more'lhnn during charilier his lifetime, Andrew Carnegie died --------v' leaving a between 000 iilld According to his will, which was fllcd lor probate here lotlay. It .wag Mr..Carnegie's repep.l- cd desire lo die a poor man. Tlic.'irlll disposes of to public anil chntllablc Institutions and leaves annuities for. approximately to fricndj and relatives, In- Murtlng yearly'gfanls' of each o Premier Lloyd Oeorso of Great llrilain. and former Prejidenl Tafl. each lo Mrs. Theodore [looioveU and Mis. Thomas J. Pres- ,on, wldowa of former presidents..Mrs. Carnegie, his widow, nnd his daughter Margaret P-oswell Miller) provided for during her lifetime. This set forth In a clause ofjhe will which reads: 'Having ycarj ago made provision for my. wlto beyond her desire: and amnle lo enable her (o provide for pur beloved daughter Margaret, and being unable to Judge at piesent.vhat pro-, vlilon for our daughter will besl pro- mote her happiness, I leavo .10 her mother Ilie duty of provldioir- (or her as deeps best, A mother's Mr. CariieBio'a to during Ills Hfetlma tolal ,1 excesa ot The iW..A nrticle bl the-will con- tains a scries of legacies'.to cb.nrlliiulc inslfiullons, while tbo fifth arllclc of Ih3 will contains a merles of annuities lo relatives and friends. Tito Carncila Corroralioj! ol Xr-.iv Tort is tho resi- duary IcgaVe, that the.'ministers Jnlly.' need of irrigation irrthis part' ot the country. .Icom .what they had seen, and .-it. Mr. 'Mclgbcn. .whose ;de; parlrnent dealt wiUt Irrigation, could hold gut. one -ray, of .hope tj a., something." will be done he would, create a confidence in the liearlc ot thousands ol the people, here. were hanging on'by. (heir teeth, and encouragement given would make them take anolher.grip zr.d held oh for anolh'er-.ycar. Han. Mr. Keighen Speaks 7n addressing Ihc meeting HOD Ar, Ihur Meighen eald that'when lie Tin derlook the present trip nothing ,was further from his Jiuid tlian to address public ineellngs. Hia object was', to learn condlllons from first-hand know- so.- that as far as Iho potter and jurlsdicllon of the federal govern- ment went'notbinK should ua left uh: done to alleviate the situation lie was Impressed.with what Le'had seen and fnljr realized tliaL.action would have to hc'laken.lb meet .the stlua- tion. Develop Natural Rcsourcec In a brief preliminary ibe minlsler referred to what had been said by the previous speakers. .In regard'lo irrigation, he had learnt enough, dur- ing his visit hero'.io enable him I o. n book. Tim firsl duty of go'v ernments, next In Ihc slate, was to see that things irer'B done' Id develop the na'.urtt resources, ot the Country, so the; .p-eopl.B" would and contented and that mankind would be bcnelitted The] first ic-ibur'cis ,of the Dominion was the soil hut; you cannot eel weallli unless you.can' get water'.on the coll. That Is establlsbed Nor docs anyone .be; conTlriceJ; Annuity of 510.006 made former of the high.standing ol Ihe people ot President Tatt aml.auriuiltcl or each ID. Mrs. Drover-ClcvclBnd Mrs. Thomsi ,1. and Mrs. Theodore widows ut Ihe former .presidents. Public Ijcnuests Include Cooper lou. New llamplou .York. Jnflltullon of Pitlsuurg Virginia, love.will be loaves citale and all the-.works .of art and: houaohold goods Tlic finan- cial provision Canicglo and hl3 daughler, was made Cprneils'i Ilf6 llmo. 10 Charltiec A bj-'Mllhii-Ronl, 5300.OOD; Institute, -llpboken. N. J., J100.000. anil St. Soc- lely of New York. Servmtl Get Suras ranging from ?fMOO 11 aro willed, to Cimegle.houifh vnnts. the atnounls depending on llio length of service. TA ROoert A. Mr. Carnegie.wrfs bequeathed Iho housb arid grbunds, ho now occupies at. Lletfcllyn. Park. Orange, X. J.. and lo .Georgo Irvine, a loimer was led' a'-' pensfoii etiual to one-half hla tajary, while In Mr. 'Carnegie's who -will- receive n'uifief. which' aro psli! semi- nnniially .are John Jfprlimei; .of T.pii-; Thomas'Inirland, Johii two parliament, nnd'the night lluriia, each. the west. Ho had heard of-lheVr..ef- forts In the war In Ihe way of. conlr hullons in.the shapp. of, men, raonoy and produce In tlio grain" shipped To the allies. Thc-weEt liail .given .luo.. manr (llslliigulshtjd men: la the irjr lo leave whal II hid done out ol tho 'mind. -It was the first time, si'.d the m u Ister, thai he had heard that, In tli? fact HIB[ Ihls part ot the counlrj'VM Sy-Jmerican people .._. ISncO lo ?'OOS j their cialmi oti'lhf itovornrnent we i household scr- nql'rscislye. th6 greatest eonsfd'e lion. 'Ho wished to rapudlalo any such mssesllon of. that belief "pebple from the States who 'had s- tled had .waM given the ssitfc consiaiiration as dlan born, He estlma'.ed. the 4merl_ can people highly. his son wai named He fur Iher wlabed (o stale lhal his visit ti4ro was not'for (he purpose of.enleribg; f n cbnlrofersr with Ihe. prdvlj ctal sovernemjit but. with It In cndcaforing fa brjrig to' IlilsJpirp ot the; pfovjnce! In f (Wrj ;