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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1019 NUMBER 297 Conlroller MaKrath Ar- ranges For 150 Cars Daily From Across Line Rumors of Revolution In Italy Wliile King Opens New Parliament BUT THIS WILL ONLY CApTER GLASS KEEP UTILITIES GOING Thc socrelary of Ihe U. S. Treasury, who toys Iho profile of Kh'e soil coal TOHOXTO, Dec. l.-Owiug lo per- mine operators have fabulous. llstout efiojls at Washington, C. A. Mag rath, fuel controller (or" has made arrangements laO carloads ot coal will foe stripped to Cniinda dally find out ol lltls amount Henry A. Harrington, iiroviuelsl fuel adinlnTsiralor, has lieen able to secure a sufliclenL daily allotment to.carry ilia nubile 'UilHics and the hospitals ot Ontario from day to day. Oil ac-: conn'- ol Ihc weather the amount ot coal ivhicli will be Glsipped into Ontario each from the Unit- ud States will just barely carry" the j public utilities tnd the iiosnUnls, but! Ihe situation is such that It Canada's shipment snouia fall on any one1 Indicating. That There is No Jrifh UC faCed Understanding Between llic The amount allolic-il lo Ontario Grits and Farmers pcrcnfL of any surplus boing built up, nor Is there any surplus on hand lor hospitals or iLe public utilities and. In view ot this situation In Ontario, both Mr. Magraih and Harrington will continue their repre- sentations to tlie United Slates ail- Uiorities. In the hopo ol having the "allotment to Cauada Increased lo rer- ;nlt ot somo slight surplus being built UP- __ I. Derailed a Train PlTTSBUllO, Kans., Doc. 1--A train with Kansas national guardsmen and'YQ.untcer coa. workers en route iiere was derailed' al llumboldt, last night. lleporla Indicated that the irain ran' open switch. No one was reported. TORONTO, Nov. Lib- erals have decided to put up two pandldatcs to oppose Hon. Mann- Tng Doherty, minister of agricul- ture, and Hon. W- E. at- torney oenera'l, In the coming bye- eler.tloni. It (3 not likely that there will be any opposition to the other six ministers. Premier Drury considers Hart- ley DC warts statement, 'the United Farmers of stealing the Liberal platform and charging Ihe prcmlflr! himself-with plotting for Liberal numbers' ''of the leglfclature to make Beat for one-of the cab- inet u to absurd tb- need no Victor Enlhusiastically Greeted by Itome Crowds As He Proceeds lo Open House DECLARES ITALY HAS NO ULTEHIOK DESIGN IN ADRIATIC REGION ROME, Dec. Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena were given ar, enthusiastic recep- tion proceeding from the quirinal lo the parliament build- ings this morning lo participate in the opening cession of the Ital- ian parliament. Dells were rung, there were salutes from many guns and thunderous cheers frcm the crowds. Houses along the streets were decorated with flags. Speech From Throne The king. In his spi throne, said that Ihe _ sympathy of tlic nation ivere indis- pensable to the iK'.rlumL'itl, JL> national collaboralion iu all move- ments (or the 'ot tho people. he said, alter her great victory, must direct all her efforts to the work of peace. Vho king began by greeting Ibc heroes ot tbc navy anil the army. The virtues an'l energies they liad dis- p'ayed tbc war would serre to lias'ten tlic economic reconstruction, he said. Gained National Frontiers Italy, through tho war, continued the klntf, hail gained her national fron- tiers, but not all of her aspirations TVCIO cousldered, cverj-whoro in a spirit o( jhstlc-O. The aspirations ol Iho Ad- riatic, ho asserted, did not cloak an? military design, and, lor the .most Has Ticklish Job ipcecb from tho day amidst much talk o[ revolution Situation Throughout llaly Is Tense But frontier is Still Open Though Censor- ship is Strict 1 ACTIVITY AT K1UMK INDICATES SOME NEW COUP TOEflY ML VICTIM OF SLEEPING SICKNESS Turnkey Was Murderer's T Victim, loo HAMILTON. -Onl., Dec. Paul KowelsKi, confine to Uarlon street BERNE. Xov. from Italy relative to a revolution ana ihfc ixnfibly Irnmfnci.L abdication oC Yklor Emmatmel find limited teltet here. It Is considered a good sign That the Itallnn frontier continues opcu, I U 1 Tense Situation lln I I'AIUK, Nov. tonse situa- tion In lUly Is reflected in the ceu- sorahip exercised'over telegrams and aleo In custonjs and passport delays, according io advices received here from Ueneva. Customs guards along Iho'Italian-Swiss frontier havo been doubled to prevent an influx of radi- cals or shipments of Inflammable pub- lications. Eight thousand Italians are reported to be waiting to have their passports vised in order to enter Swit- zerland. Activity at Fiume BELGRADE, Dec. ncllvilT ireralls 'at Fiume, from which a de- stroyer left on Saturday afternoon. Its .-resumable destination betag Kara, iccordlng to Ihc.Serbian press bureau. Thc merchant' vessel Adria followed almost Immediately with shock on board. Reports Irani Flume slate that "Ad- miral" commander of tho o'Annunzlo fleet, has gone on board a destroyer for the purpose of Sebinisla. Laura a Toronto fiirl, ho has Leon in a comatose slate (or a week. She was recently vciccinateJ- This Was Day Set For Final Ratification Huns Cause Delay U S. DELEGATES URGED TO AWAIT PROTOCOL SIGNING KOLCHAK ARMIES ARE BREAK1NG-UP LONDON, Dec. forcei of Admiral Kolchsk, head of the ill- Russian .are retreat- Ing with such rapidity that they aro unable" to construct defensive works, of which there are none weat or Irkulik, sayi a wireless .dttpalch from the soviet govern- at Moscow today. Partisan bands continually har- rais Admiral Kolchak, who has a of Lo >rotect him, the dlipatch addi. STUCK ON MUD BANK MONTRBA-U Doc. nnrt possessed no economic value.! Jail and 'mile-need to -bo tunced on They were 'confined lo the ol native ideals. The protection'of Attack Frontier Town, But Are Driven Hack Across, Border HBU1RADB, Dee. l.i-A frontier clash between Serbians end a Hun- garian delachmenl Is announced llspalch received today, frooi tho vl doncd moment. II- may be necessary lo lighten her by removing carro. The Serbian CA ed lo havo been slight. declar- Italian populations was iho duly rlibt o[ Italy. 7Wo have no imperialistic visws, continued nig majesty, ''and; Intend, in' no way." that lie peace .ot Europe should'ba disturbed." Italy regards witH the HrellMl pilhy the rise of iho popular classes, said the king, who 'characterized thq movement as one which should pro- Ihs Interior of tho country n trogram of intensive wort andi pro- duction and iu eonnecUjn with foreign an intlrastn democratic co- perRlion between nations. There was uo cloud upon the sin- cerity ot Italy's foreign relations! con- tinued his milcsiy. Ha especially cordial nature ot her' rcla- llons willi the allied and associated powers. Tho kiux announced Ibc program of reforms, saying that CC'.v commercial communications would be cstiblisheil end that opportunllles would bo1' pi: ploilod tho nlmoat. His rucjesly coacluued by declir Ing thai Hsly regarded aa on every increasing- lash tho dortnsa of Ijittn- Ity. of which sUo was Hie mother, hy addreiEin lo not only lha sister nations ot llaly in Enropr. but to all Dec. 10 for the -murder 7th last of Nick TtcmWiiK has added a clouble rnanier the crtme. he already had convicted. .The vlrllms iu. this Instance were A. C. Sprlngslead, -cohnty-, conslahlo' of Stoney Creek, who was san'ing deathwatch on KoBilsil, and Arthur Awlry, head i'jrnkey at tho'Jall. -Ei- SergL John Lowrle aad William tnrnKeys, are also In the hos- pital suncriog ffum wounds Inalcted tty Kowalskl, when ho ran amuck In Inc. 'jail. Uerry Is In a very serious c'ondltlon. That crime was premedltAlod was evident from a note (nund in tho murderer's cell. It was- written in Polish and signed with tho mark ol a "cross. It read ia follows' world knows they are hanging in 'Innocent Inan. I hid you good-bye. hid good-bye to the world and 1 must hlll.aomehony.' After he had committed hh second murder, ho expressed himself ft3 sor- ry. Kowalafci hail no visitors except his wife and Ilev. Fiither Tarziuk- They visited him en Friday and told him that application for a stated case had failed. 'County Constable Sprlnjsleail was about CO yeari old. GALESMPSEAol 1 KILLED, One of Worst Storms Experien- ced-.'in Long fax and Montreal Catch it ;ardsion Chooses Lady Contest in No Fight at Macleod or iMagrath (.lor'-Ial to Hip RAYMOND, Dec. lively and interesting munlctpnl- campaign Is an- llclpated here the result o! the nominations today. There will he a contest for both tho town council and the schonl board. There is no mayor- ally contest as Mayor is serving a two year term. The nominations [or the town coun ell are as follows: M. L. Mitchell, T J. O'Brien, C. Lamb, Arthur Dovrc PARIS. Dec. French rep- resentatives iu the peace- conference aru urging, the United States dele- gates to delay their departure for home until tho protocol is signed pul- ling into effect the peace trealy willi Germany, it was learned today. Although today was tho date set for the exchange of ratifications ol Ibfl treaty, no definite news was at hMd regarding the inlcnlion of the Ger- mans as to the signing of the protocol In which lUc-y are expected to guir- anlco tho carrying out ot the armls- ce terms. The supreme council this -morning doptei! the terms of Iho reply to tie ccent German note regarding prison- rs of war. The contents of.the note, owever, were not given out. The feeling in French circles, which s shared Id by some ot the. other elevations, is that the departure ot he United States delegates at this f Imc would be mislnlerprelcd in Ger- lany as a sort of abandonment of. tic conference, although it would in o vcay change Ibe relation of the Inited Slates Ipward (hat body.' Decision of Ihc United States dele- gates to leave as soon as possible after )ec. 1 was made long in advance of iray sign that the Germans would icng back when' the limo came lo make tho Versailles treaty effective and long before It could be foreseen UBlled Slates senate would 'ao> lourn without ratifying the trealy. TOnO.VTO.-Xov. One man was killed and several persons were more or- less 'injured -In a terrible gale which swept this city on Saturday night nnd many thousands of riollara damage was entailed In Iho wreckage which followed in the wake ot the wind. It was one' of the worst storms ever experienced -'.u- Toronto, yet the material damage was comparalively In view of the severity ol the P. C. nolfson, J. D. Casliey, JIE.JF Anderson, Geo. E. Court' Hapdr From this field of entries three a're to bo cle'cled v vacancies on.ihe schoo hoard there-are _tw Loing 'a_ mun here, fort tie firat-ilm( These candidates Arthu Dabl, Mrs. John I. ,Wf W.-B. Q.King. ________ Bn-uiw-y Methodist Tab.nucl, when all Ihe candidates ara eipccted .lo bo present and announce.Lheir pol- icy on municipal, questions. MAG RATH (Special tn Ttio HeiAld) MAGJIATir, Dec. be no election here 'this }-ear as the councillors tuid school Inisleca .havo been elected by Bcclamallou as fol- lows: School Goalrer, galo. In Halifax HALIFAX, Dee. A htavy south- west golo and rainstorm swept over this city and. the Nova Scotia coast yesterday. 11 began Saturday evcn- np nnd' continued almost without In- Former Local Detective Gives Evidence in Trial "of Strikers in Winnipeg er rrlfniahlp. Socialists Chamber HOME, Der. When KlnB Viclor Emmanuel cnloreil the parfinruDnt to- day lo dellror Iho speech from Ihe Ibrone, he received Tillh loud cheers. 1'rerr.lor Nitll lha audience to be sJalcd. 1'pim this the cilremo aoclalULs shouted: "VlTB and Ifctt Irfe cham- iiaUona ol llalr m J-.nropr. uui ui mi (he people ol Ixitln Amcrjca with I which slio lioped to work, ha In- ward a raoro inllmolc imloo anil cloa- On Mange at Magrath ber Tholr seals laXon by worn inirac'dlalely 1 UK. Tho trial oi B. D. llusfiell, accused of sertllloua conspiracy, was conllnned at 10 a.m. today. A. J. Andrews, crown coun- sel, conllnncd reading from tlio lied FlilE, Hoclnllsl Bulletin, pub- llshcil al VnncouTor. Tho pnper pub- llalio-I uy tho So'clnlist parly wns pur- chased r.t R raccllng In tho Mnjosllc theatre JnnMry 19 by Detpcllro In- ipsclni' Ilcams of tho H.N.W.M.P. Ilcaroa.ivns formerly wllh "Jv" Division al The articles advocated thai llio IKio was rlpo for refolulion anj urged Uio carrying on ol iirop.lgamln, Mr. Roams vtas recalled (ollowins thp. rcnlllns from (ho, bulletin ami cave evidence rccanllni? n incelliifi nl Iho labor church on Sunday, Jan. 26 at which ItOTi William IVCIIB ivs.i lo-haTO been Ihe speaker. Tho moot.- Intr naa prevented by rolurncd sol- diers. Tlio next moclinB Iio nltciulol, laid, In tlnS I-nbor Tcmiilc to cnllchlen his A paper entitled Ihe "ftusslan scan il" TRS given al -this meal' iff. slated, and majority ol these In attcndrinco were (orclgn- era. Van Pocrlr Witness neit evidence regard- Ing a meeting which ho attended In Iho'lAlior Tomplo on Feh, 9. Thc speakers ivere tho Ivens nnd (our memhors p( Iho .Oreat VelcransT Aasoclatlon, who ivcre pres- ent by invitation. Tbe returned sol .rilors, witness dominated tlio niccllng and spoke (or "law and or- der." Tholr sonllme'nls were poorlj received by tlio audience, According lo Tvltnoss. vfllncsa regard lo a incctlng on Feh. 1C, In llio Lauor Temple, al which Mr. Ivoiia end Rov. Dr. lllandi Motlio.llsl mlnjaler, lha The nc- cjscil, nlumcnberg and Ivcnq sUlcd Ibal llic Prince of Wales Back in England wcro It. ivny also n mccling church, William Ivens, tho vfltnesa fold, tlio speaker nnd lonk as hl3 empe. syaicinV6r wofWhBfWoa Mini- topic, tho league of nallons. Tbo spiiuher, SB said, wonl on lo I i HO tttj aillu, I ihow how similar negotiations led to Ibo downfall o Irens, witness eatd, elalcd (hat II was his Intention to Ignoro Iha cen- tors In regard (o prohibited litera- ture. -Tho' speaker nlso declared that hn intended to quote prohibited lllera- iiuc' wben lie considered It necessary of slavery. IU wiu [ca by tno mllsl ,roulcd Olll and Ibo workers like po.'jcsslon of llic PORTSMOUTH, England, Dec, Prince of Walel arrived here on board the Renown at 9 o'clock Ihls morning from a visit lo Canada and the United Stales. The Rtnown ltd thie pert on July 5. Upon entering the harbor the customary 21-gun lalule wai given from the .flag-bedecksd wfirch were today decorated In honor of the blrihrfcy Queen Mother Alexandra, EsrKer In lha morning il w.-.a Icaud tnal rain might Inleifere with the reception which had been planned for Iho Prince. Tho Prince landed from Iho nown during llm inornln? nnd motor- ed through Iho .'Ircels ol Portsmouth, bearing weather set in-lvnd tho wind iauled around to tho northwest, Dur- ng the Uelghl ol the galo a portion ol he nielal roofinj nl Ihe grain eleyator was bloTs'n off and crashed to the slrecl. In Moiilreal MOXTREAL, Dee. Several :recs, sign hoards and electric wires irero uprooted, ovcrlurnol. or broken by Ihe force of the wind yeslerdav. Michigan Badly Kit On the afternoon oC, Wednesday. Dec. 3rd, at 2 o'clock, a meeting ot nil Ktockmer. residing iu llic Magrath district will be hoM. Or. Dnthle, of the Dominion Hu'rcau of Animal Induslry, wJll bo present will .uddress Uie ineellne on me subjecl of "Slanje." ]lo will bars with him and will Bhow, to all who cAro In see, mango microbes, wilier causa Iho mange disease. will tnlk on the mnngo morikca as It exists jt present, llo wishes (o meet as many ot tltc as' nosslolo nnri lo answer any questions which they may.ask. The mango monaco Is a serious one to the ov.'ners of livestock living with nnd K. Tnnner. H. Hlndley and Councillors II. Blugham. Mayor rtlrie'a term, docs not expire unlll the end o( neit year. MACLEOD; (EDiClal lo Tho Herald) MACLEOD, Dec- 1. JIaclcod Is not lo h'avc a municipal "cohlest this year. ermlssion llll Sunday evening, when] Maj.or Kawcctt'3 term csplres neil DETROIT, -Mich. .-Dec. Scores of ndustrial plants here and in other year. The vacancies on iho council (Continued on 1'aea Ten.) DECLARES SLEEPING- SICKNESS CONTAGIOUS WINNIPEG, Nov. Dr. Gordon Dell, provincial bacteriologist, stated today lliat Itlhargic cncophplilis was an Infectious nhxl-he admitted thai the report from-Toronlo that Ihe disease had been carried here from cheered by thousands ol ol Portau ol person s who had Baltic-red lo grcel -him. He are going lo Mfccl him. welcomed u.von his arrival al Ihe ilown mcciinB n-m'bo held I hull wilh IhTs crowria a5'llown Mngrath, on Wednesday In Ihc mnngo areas of Alberla Saskatchewan and slops aro taken lo rid Ihja area bl mango acd In so doing, ic abolish Ihe reslricici area. Ur. Iluthlc Is Irylng lo organize tbc slockmeii throughout Iho mange nrea for n fight ngalnsl this disease and wishes to learn llio feeling vro- valllng among them. Somo now regu- lations governing Ihc fllpplnr of stock. ranging within Iho will un- doublcdly be enacted within a short lime. H Is tlh'crcloro of the utmost Importance that every owner ot live- stocK' who can possibly bo presenl Rl this; meeting, shall. nltcnd nnd, by his presence, havo ii'volco In the framing ol Ihcse new rotations held In Ihc cities of tlio alale "losed nr their production curtailed cause of Iho hurricane which 5ivept Southern Miclilpm lata Satur- day, according lo rcporls early loday. ThnuFands pi miles of electric: power wiro was the ground by tho wind, T.-hich reaclicd a velocity ol St liday by P.'M: commahdanl of the ment of the Kantae natlonff guard. Operation of strip pit planls by Ihc state began afterncon. Stringent U. S. Regulatloni CHICAGO, Dec. strln gent regulations for conservation of Fuel supplies, maifc necessary by the strike of bituminous coal miners who liavc now been out rt month, were -in cITcct today over virtually tho. entire roun'n'y between Ohio and life Rocky mountains and from Canada, the CnK of Mexico, llcelooal (ucl fpm.-'Jj' mlllccs, look control of coal'stock In many slates and non-oas'crillal Indus-: tiles continued lo closo down M; causo of lack of fuel, whllo the for operating stores, Ihcalrca and flco wcro curtailed. In Kansas Cltr, llo., and OnuM and Mncoln. Nebraska, all schools closed loday. IleporU today rroia largo bituminous flclds o( Illinois, dlana, Ohio, ancl PennaylvaTila no assurance that the union leaded lo ncccpl lie- offtt.Ot u nt ciaaso "f H per cool. In by tho federal fuel ndnililstritlon... Neither was there nny local settlements would be Iwccn.miners, and ;