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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME m SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, NUMBER 220 Germans1 'PRINCE MEETS THE MAN To Help Kolchak Forty Thousand Men Assembled in Lithuania lo March Into Kussia BOLSHEVIK CLAIMING FURTHER SUCCESSES PARIS, Aug, German Rrmy of r.jarly men with rncJtr.i equipment, including ZCQ hsi aisembled In LllhUsnlS- 'preparing to miirch Into Ruseir, cit-nftibly to ;nd help Admlril ft c carding to Lilhuanltn lources here. TACK OF UNDERSTANDING WITH RUSSIA AND JAPAN Aug. moJeruty equipped (Jermaii army o[ 40.000 men ha a' as.-'ejijbled in Lithuania and is prajnrii.E to march Ihio Russia under the proienso trict, tlic bulldlngaif1" which irlil he realricted to five or sit stories and laiidiue.fieW will bo.m'Rde. OTI Lho llieso buildings. Government and Denikine is Retiring MONTREAL, Aug. Mr. Justice delivered judgraenL in tlie police division of (ho suiiremo court J yesterdaj' afterriopn in which Hie lirinciplfl upheld that a witness 1 can not he competed to Trhati has been revealed to him confidential- i n r 11 ly in hia professional capacilr as a! Lonferencc in U. j CONDOM. Aug.- TiO Under -Lhe agreement bctireen the Pellura-.sov-.. i eroiuonl of U train e and. Poland; former renounces all claims to the Polish (jovernracat lakes' 1101 lo cnlor.-.tcrritory- occupied iby tlie-Pctlura-lroops. a.adn.bolb icrnnicnts will combine military; opera1- Hone- against. Uic Jng to a -ft-jrefess .tho spvlet-govcninient at illspalcb ds pi ares' liat air BritiplCCanadlnn iriil 'jar'tincsa trooVs ha.TG withdrawn, froiii .yiflJlyos; tok aiiJ tbal in the Kberson region jforces ot Gen. Denikiiie UTO reL'.riog "in (Ifsordcr. :lt poinla out Uia't his re- tlremenL is important to Ibc viki Viocaiise H slrengthens the dc- ,-1 o Luring ammunition rifles and ono Our on AMublnak and Orak continues." HEAVY FIOHTINU IN KRONSTADT STREETS IXJNDQNj Aug. Thuro IHB been severe ffghllng In (ho streets and. pub- lie .BQiiares of- Kronfiladl, tho llolsha- naval tase near I'ctrograd, ac- cording lo dispatches rccofvod from Hodlen were seen lying in Ihn Ihorouih'areii by Billed rif.n, add. nfr- AUSTRIAN CIVIL 'SERVANTS STRIKE AUB. protlnclal r.hll ivcnt ort strlie lodny Thty demKnded A new o( ivfigGs no equipment'allowance And a cost of living allowance. A tho cerrantt, ccnferrod with" (ha wae.lold thai there was no pioney In -fljs and t.hal the'men btllcf return to wort.'. IS CRAZY BKRM.N'. Alff. Linn, parlkipsted soviet EOvcrnment at Munich and Issuori ordc'r.H H-hlcli vrcre lit tho lime considered amazing ]iH3 neon declared fncafinnlo ot slattA- Ing Irlnl because ot htA mcnlnl condil Ion. Fdr acme lliho his Wen con asylum.' MI38 DEtROJT'fll. WON DLTIIO'T, ylc'- Aug. De [toft of the Detroit Yaolil Cluli. v.on tho first 90-mllo hcnt of Ihe Golf [TliHllcnKe Cup'oreut'Of (ho' Pou-cr iloal Association 3C.07. Her avernBO speed vras mllea an hour. Mlsa Detroit II. of llio Mlsa Detroit Power Hoat sec- ond, In 33.05. GOT AWAY WITH HUN. PRINCE'S GOLD Tho Ncuo Icli Xcllung soya that 4ho Sivlss autli- orllic.s bnva opened an inquiry Intn the smuggling one million iiounds sterling, belonging to the former GeV man croivn princes Into Sicitzcrl.tnd, aided 1iy a Svl33 family. The newa- paper stales lhatthe story as rcporleil in the German prefts correct cxcepl for ono tho .German aerial dtd-npt rcnialn In Xctlrom- berg, but CDtcrtd hoplu.-; to recover .the'. iribncy. TALK FEDERALIZM'ION OF CONSTITUTION Aug. itodl ricat'orr of the In the direction ot .talcrsllz.illon in .consWoratloii. arconlfng, lo cT! Itntchcs from (hi? plnn, ft I Undc! Monlcnrgn would nblo to Join ttio'Slbvcnlc t.on federnron Mid 'fit Ilio Fnme.llmn pro her a senariUo stiite mice s OTTAWA, Aug. .Is one old lady in Ottawa who be- lieves princes have a duty .to their country and does not'mind telling them so. She was one of ths 2500 who grasped tlie hand of the young Prince of Wales at the, popular reception at the city hull yesterday. L'nlikc of; the others, bhe refused to just grasp .Me hand and then pass along, but retained a firm of His Royal Highness1 liand while she snld.ln. an audible "Y-ou must marry soon, -Your Highness, and raise some mere like you." The prince joined In the gen- "eral )alighter followed, and the lady, pass inn alonQi !iei name PS Mrs. Alice Woollcy, Ol- lawa. Commcrciftl Cubic Operators nt New York Take This Means r to Enforce Demands legal or aa officer ol state .who is concerned. court ulsmissed a; m_ollon. Ijy Frank J. ivho sought lo hnvo Edward W. neatly. president ol the Cannrtlan Pacifici Hail- declared to he.-In contempt of court for refusing to. answer cerlniri questions nut io liim as a wilfieas bc- fori! Mr. F. E. Meredith, K.'-C.. a coni- inissioner apppintc'J under au oMer a dislrlct judge ot Hie TJnltctl in a c-isa'In which Mr. Tag- part is pteintlft and John C. Cromwell [3 defendant, Tho 'object of. Iho examination ot Mr. BcAity was lo cslabllsh R con- tract cplcrcd into In 1915 between tho ministry of munitions af war of Great inrtlviduM- In XBW Aug. new de-: Brilain ami a" liri .artur, in strike, "a was began liere nt midnight night liy cable oiicrators working on Jhc York tbc Commercial Canadian and U. S- 0 ovcrnmenfs to serve Doctrine fiw Cnb.'c Coinjtnny's Atlantic .lines. It j wnr. .announced lha.1 Ibc men wotiltl i [rciucr'n off ilyiy for -IS hours, return- I lug ai TnlrinigUt Sundny and ihnt they (woulil slrikt thereafter'every icacl iron rriday mWnlghl until j hililiiighi. until their demands had Terrible Strain in France been granted. of Ner Thp. operators, who arc members ot i llic Telegraph Operators' Asso- ciation, are demandinK a wage equal lo liint rcreivtJa hy operators at the Kurpiican end of Ihn lines. The cnjproyrcs, R fs'sald. are rceeiv- IRK a lift per ccni. unnnal bonus on snlitry and HII allowance of ?--i n month for suhslslencC. The United HARRISONBURG, -Va.r Aug. 30. C. Yoder, of Calonla, Iowa, was setecttd moderator at the na- tional confcrenct of the Mennon- (Ic Church, which, closed (ts ses- sions here DeUgates At- tending represented 16 church con-. ferences, including Canada, hidia and 19 slates. The conference adopted A reso- lullon requesting -Lhe Canadian and United Slates governments lo respect the MennonHe doctrine with regard to, war in event of adoption of compulsory military training. In case of war 'lie reso- lution asks that members of their be ptrrr.Ilted to rjryt. 11 branchej ef tha army. vous TOIIONTO. Canadian. Nallonal Ilntlways rtelaSlctl CTOD te- lioil for the M-Tok omlln? Alig. 23, for Ihc pointn uloiiK Ihoir line fro in 1'orl, Arthur tlie llorhy Mounlcmi hna Just been received al Iheir head ofncc TORONTO. AiiR. Sir Ar- tiinr Currlc is, TepuTltd aa ftciiLp Ind1> poacrt. Ocn. Currie Is going against his nhjrsicianVatlvIco when he enters i The general lias for. some lime, TO EKJOY A- WELL-EARNED REST OTTAWA, ard Sunday the P-lnce.of Wales will sptrd in strict privacy at govern; mint house and He will not'nake any public appearance. It is prob- able lhal lie wlil attend ser- vice tomorrow. It is Hla Royal Highness'- express wish that' he should have these days to himself before fulfilling Monday's official program and leavihg 'or MontreA1 night, Iscw Being Launched By'iMefhridisis For Practical Application of Chrisl- ianity TORO.VTO.- memoran- dum hrluging the Hto.ot chnrcii hi em- bers nntlcr review in the (lie famous declaration of ttc JitlliodisL 'cii-SGcial .anl.- in- dustrial problems, is lo be scnl.oul to nil: Method is chnrcJics in tht' Uonilnion. _ mHdc lodsy by Rev, Dr- T. In Hi'o general'--Snard -of.--- erangeliBin and social. seiTice 61 Methodist Churcb. which- "nas jiisL losed a Iwn (lays' session ol -Us: mi- ,ual mccLiTig. survey ,of tlio locftl Dr. aurinunce- be Ihc'cpniin en cement ot campaign "DC) Is cxpecleil lo hnvo esvjlta in the ilcCinits ihrisllanily lo Common spcntHns ot'-ltiV, 1 CONVICTED ON ARSON CHARGE no for in Kranrc, bcDU Buffering s'.om- Cable Ddayed lEch ls ,0 VOIiK. Aug. mes- sages heiwccn (lie Stales niul l-.'urjiir over the linfis tof. (he Con; mnrcinl Cable Company 'nrc bcin? sllglilly rfclnycd ns tjio.result of Iho iveekenrt Blrik.c or thn operators 111 ivcslcm Icnnlnnlg of Iho company, ing' Mi n "nervous breakdown. R Is.'sa'ltl, that his t'on I" not serious In llic least. in Toronlp today, Al timft the cutting was practically completed and threshing ivss In progress or abtnil lo begin, ihcrc-docs not seem to bo a great shorlogc of labor, .'only two foluls having repotted any sliorlagc irll.ltsoover, MoN'ult, .hi tho nossburn subriivlslbn. hnd Craig-, irlj-lc. In Ihc Cnlgnrr subtHvision. In all S32 Wcnlltlca rcportetV on their crops ot Ihcso 100 liatt completed cutting. C5 were, conmiencctl Ihrcslnlig. I'lllccn' Jioihtg', in 5lBnltob.i.: racntion.'rtaraago (rom riiit, which, filthnUKh not his the yicltl. scema to hsvo mflrtc coti- slnOTalilc Oiffcrt'iirc 111. the .grnilo wheat. It al Ihe company's pteculivc oitlco hero lodny. 1'lvo bun- (Irctl opcnitor.s arc employed In Ihfi Atlantic coast stations ol Did company, which nre located al X.S.; St. Johns, fiocfcport, Mass., and New York. BANK CLEARINGS llnnk clearings for llic monlh nl 'August were tin againsi lor Iho cor- rrtsjioniling month year.. -t Ont.. cd of nrJon, Cnreoti J. on the.X, K. llailwjy here, was sentenced yesterday lo two years In Iho poni- itcntlari-, and John nlenreil to three years. Miss i II i rl irljl till IU Llllbe >l.llla. uorn ml ijder rouml d willl havl round ot acttvKy since his reltrn (o lmpllcaltl, conspiracy to burn tho the (all Cnnada. I house In (iiiesllon, wns remanded III WB3 told thai I was not to fan beat 11 back home and fish and aa'ld Canada's foremost soldier yesterday. "1 heve not teen fcellnc well for soind lime. I need a res.t." Today'3 prpgrftm will not be Inter-tv rnpteJ.' The general was the guest ot Iho.-.dlrectors of. the Canadian I'onnl .KxhibUton si luncheon In admlnU'lratlon building nt the exhi- bition ai'ilbon todny. STRIKING RA1LWAYMEN RETURNIN6 TO. WORK LOS Calif.. Aus- ran --str'rhlng. ........____________ steam .con-; Dariog the he will speak duitora baiiditsnd.when he men reportfi) bacff '-to irprk he teiidiired "a rcccrllbii. TliCro large oi.i the? fnir RETljRNINQ OFFICERS FOR BYE-ELECTIONS OTTAWA, ,Ang- Heturnliig ol- flcers for seven ot Ihc eight Dominlou c'an'liturjiiclca in whlcli Vvill Inkc place Oct. 27, hare been appointed GlciiBarrj' and Sto'rmonl, Jfihn A! IJ. Slcl.ehnan, Wll- Henry Edward Speilse, -Xorlli Ur'fdge'; Knsl; Qucbcei-' n-N. B-, James rl'ovcr: Erlncd, P. B. I.; B. .T. B. Wright; Victoria 'CUT, 'Herbert W.'Bulrj, Vic-..; loria, B. QJ Croinllis many 1hon< sand' do horior I'd !hc.. ,o[ tlio..' this mornlns.rollorflng n. In dJEContljJuS hore, .which1' lajl Aus. ,3il.-Col. qeirge L, Dconlson, T-L.D., senlor'nlaglatrate. cclebralea hlsJOlh tbniorroiy. all orerllle- world como coigrati'llatlons 'InJr.hB worship; who Is tho 'ohle'sl-iio! litrslii not In splrlf Ihc' cioloiiel Is. flhnnt In., ;