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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LKT11PIUDGE, ALBEP.TA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1919 XUMBEU 29S Kitchener, Ont, M. P. Forced to Kiss the Union Jack VILLA STAGES BLOODY MASSACREG.venHisBumps Kalian Chamber Today Will Be Scene of important Political Struggle ORLANDO WILL LIKELY BE CHAM11ER PKESIDENT! JOE SEAGRAM EX M. P. LEFT BIG ESTATE KITCllBN'EII, Dcr. E." Seagram, cx-M. P., the distiller, left estate valued at tt Is un- derstood TUia I under Iho terms Revenge General A ngeles' Death Slaughters 674 Federal Troops or the will the four sons ot Ihc ]nte Mr. Seagram arc to sliflre aa io receive the family hoiun In Waterloo, and and Thomas, Joseph auii Nor- man Seagram to have 000 eacn. Voice Was Not Red ROME, Dec. domination of j the chamber 61 deputies has develop- ed Inlb a fight In Allied tbo Socialists and Catholics hayo been definitely" aligned. .The Socialists yeslerJay wore red carnations, while 100 mem- bera ot Ihe Catholic parly nnpcarcd in Iho chamber with white carDailons. Tbo first real test of' strength will (xyria today tho chamber elects :i'president and other officers. Socialists 'lirtH attend tlie session, lake Iho oath nnd present n resolution Iriat the oalli lie expunged from the hoiiMllyllDn. They will also nominate M. -Lazzar as presldcut ol Ihc cham- ber: ;Former 1'rcmier urlando, who will be the government candidate, strangely enough, had impris- oned. soma1 I inm ngo for conduct tab' an-B Jllallon against tho war. Deputy Alesalo.vaa celected by Iho Gov- ernment.--as- Its candidate for presi- dent-of Alie clamber, but there was .objection' Troni delegates nc- Winnipef; Strike Trial. Brings Out Evidence Concerning Labor Paper nun be has been Violently null clerj- oj-WBICB Tlie vol c.l. chant Ihe weili (wbich'Hr'iniioug-to retain the. Catbo- ''J "i. "SVl.ViVJPEG, two hours' argument na to whether the evidence of Scrgt. Waugh, regarding the mcctfug bl the Trades and Council in Calgary, in Jan- uary, 1918, jliould bo admitted as cri- dencc, the trial ot H'. n. Slussell, strike leader charged with, seditious con- spiracy, was continued-at'Ilic assize court today.. Scrgt. Waugh 'was ordered to stand ilcttalfe reserving hls'declalon'rcgardbB tbe .admission of evidence! William Perry, anolhe'r witness, re- laled the meLJiod by. which Tlie Voice, igcd .cm HehVstrength. .Itirlhe' nntl-SoclaLi uihns! election rusxired, as the Hocialtjts alono op-: poso lihu.nnd luro-but 156 out of LOG rolca. Tlio ficnate, as well as tht chamber? tflll meet for organization tomorrow, tho kids' Hauling tho" presi- dent. Former Minister of Foreign Af- fairs Tlllonl- has been suggested for thrj orflco Dm] doubtless will be ap- pointed by King Victor Emmanuel. Allied Warships Watchful COl'BXtUGEN, Dec. number ol ullted warships wero- cruising olf Spalato on tho Dalmatian. coauL on Sunilay, according to TI Laibath dlE- patch rccetved here. Tho i.' ami- Jibo't Council .was not satisfied with, tho Ihft-pHper was conducted and thought It should bo more ndvnaced -In Its policy. Ite rlelincd these Moas" as'be- ideas. Another legal balllo was precipitat- ed Trlien tlto-Avitness-'was risked con- cernlnE A labor, conference which took placo In thp province of Queuec, Sop. tcmber, 1J1S. WILL KEEP BLAND FOR ANOTHER YEAR TORONTO, Dec. Salem O. Dland, formerly of Winnipeg, has been continued in his position as pastor for. one rrtoro conference year by a Tolo of Iho Quarterly Methodist con- ferenco held at Broadway last night. It was alto decided li pay Balarles up to dalp as lar as funds Silll permit and to mrto special np- lo tbs congresatlon to msks of- fvrlnES for thja purpose. The dispute cooccrnlng Mr. tllnllrTj eoetlnutnco la his pastorale, after his on labor platforms must boa bird fought out, ai Heel- tiaa wu onlr irrlrwl it six knd OIB-baU hoan ol ftrtumtnt, Tba con- ;ear on June 30. MILUONAint STEEL MAGNATE DIES NIW YONK, FrHk, mlllltnilra nan- utxturer, morn- casod. for, this change, i Ins Trades on ragb Nine.) LONDON, Dee, lerloui occurred In wvilern Asia Minor 'on Thursday, tevien In the dlitricts of Soma and Billkertrl being destroyed, according to received from Conttirrtlnople. Many par- ion were killed and Injured, It It reported. Soma und Ballfcgsrl tro cltlea north of Smyrna and'about 30 miles from j coast Soma ts KL PASO, Texas, Dec. l''ighliiiy like iiiadnicn lo nvciiyc the (Iculli of Tclipt Angeles, soldiers under Hie com- mand of I'Vaiicisco fc'll tip- on Ilic rcgiiui'iU of federal tinny, C7U men, at Ilnnclio 21 miles north of Simla Rosnlht, Cliilninhvia, Tridriy, Kov. 28, ill 0 o'clock, exactly 21 liuurs afler Angeles Iitid liccn cxcxtilrd Jiriug stjtiad, and lutssncrcd all liul two members of ilic rcgimcnl, tiecordinr> lo ve- jjorls j-cccivcd here. Kitchener or Berlin Ontario Town Mob is In No Doubt About It Suggestion of Council Committee That Name Be Changed Back Leads to Lake Ducking, Flag Kissing and Wild Time Remains Kitchener. W. U. KULER Member of Parliament for Waterloo Xorlh, who was forced by the G.-W. V. A. to kiss the Union Jack during n deiaunslratlon developing as a result of an effort to change tbe name of Kitchener back to Berlin. President Wilson in His Message To Congress Asks Acceptance of Peace Treaty to.Overcome Unrest uilcd a coal Ballk-' are ltl9 Dec. j recommendations ,on legislation lo' combat the cost of ?alior unrest, radicalism and'a ro-adjustmeiit ot the 'nation to, a peace-time basis, trero the i features .-oIjtPresIdcnL an--1 nual message, to' cougress., dellvorcd, todav. Tho ueace Ireatj-. the president Lold congress, will ho discussed in a arato message later, as will lhe_ rail-.1 question. For tho second lime only since Ihe president established Ihc praclico of addressing congress in person, his mcssngc was read today by a clerk. The Recommendation The prcsfdeiirs .moposed TCC- oinnicntlallons Tverc: i Ealabllslnnent of a budget era- "tcm for the national finances. of the lasallon system with, similar aiiplication .or Ihc Income nnd excess profita taxes. TicvuJJiistmenl of the tariff eys- tein, it lo rneel chang- ed world conrliliona anil mafco Iho Bystnni confirm with the fact lhat the Unllcd HUtes "Is tho greatest capiJnltst In IJie ivorlrt." Recognlllon and relief for vet- eran Eoldetrs of tho world war. particularly In the way nf porcrn- as prnpnsod by Sec- rcUry ol Ihe Interior J.nne- Proner melbofls Io Coster Ihc dycslutTs built up lUirirnj 1 to keep the United indenenricnt of foreign supply. An enlarged program fnr rural development. In recognlllon' of the farmers' parl In Ihe war, which "will remove (Jie causes1' of "noHMral restlessness In our pollllrs." Peace Failure Unrest AL this point tlie president made hU ffioat extensive reference lo tljo pc-ico Irealy saying the causes lor (he unrest "are superficial rather (ban deep-rooted" and they nrlso from or ;Hon. Mr, Djoherly Hears Appeals Herald Christmas Cheer Fund art here again. Christmas Is near and the fellowship li manifesting Iticlf. The natural VcEuIt Is thi launching gnce Ihe.Herald'i annual. Christmas Fund lo which all Good Fellows lubccribe. It is pleisure, at always, Herald appeals for sub- scriptions to this fund wh'ch for years past hss served to spread the Christmas spirit of good cheer In many city homes which otherwiie might be passed by- Last year the fund set a. record, over being subscribed through thra medium. The large sub- scription was timely. There Were ninny- homes which had been cad-. dsnfd by 'ffu epWefn'Ci and there were many .orphans .to care" for. The surplus had done much to allevinte special cases of suffer- ing during Ihe year, and those who gave last year have our assurance that Ihelr giving has resulted En the greatest help (n many cases, This year, as formerly, the fund will be administered .through the usua] channels, the Nursing Mission and the Salvation Army. A certain amount will be given the local Salvation Army corps for Christmas relief among families for which they care. The remainder go to the Nursing Mission. The ffrsl call on the Mission share will be Lo .provide a Merry Christmas in the hornet where misfortune precludes the Christmas spirit otherwise. There are, as always, a number of these families. In twenty, at least, according to Miss TiHey, the bread-winner his been taken, and thsre is special need for help during the Christmas season. (here are othec-homes where misfortune his come through sickness and for other reasons, and these arc being searched out. Should the fund provided serve to more than take care of.Christmas needs, the Mission, has a splendid work for It to do In the way of baby welfare, free clinic and young classes during the year. Leihbridge has bsen' enjoying Its share of post-war prosperity during the year, and the Herald feels sure that thls-annual appeal of Christmas time yjIII meet with the same "hearty responte as In the past. All subscriptions will be the Herald and publicly acknowledged IhroUflh these osrj. whlcb 19 about 3o mllQft further north ftands In the nntn ot a fertile pliln. Huns Want New Treaty; Delay Signing Protocol TMc. Unltpd 3UtM fhat It ngalnat ncccplcil Ideas In this land for n woman lo he hanged. The mother of William Iienncll, Iho youOi who lillmlcil himself al an at- tempi..it Iro years ngo, and wlio Is now In tho penitentiary serv- ing ft life Rcnlcnce. for niiirdcr, mado n renuc.il lhat ho should Iw permllleil lo r.a home or to a special Institution us she- he wfta nnBhlc lo do any- thing In hla blindness antf thai Ibc solitary life was unendurable, 'lion. Mr. Dohrrly (ntlmalcd lhal this fca- al least, would Inquired Into. Hon. Mr. Uohcrly, in alnllng Hint ho SHOP EA R L Y Only 19 More Shopping Days Till Christmas by !ho Great War Tclerans' Associa- llou and other organizations. The News-Hccord look no part In' Ihe re- vlTal of Iho namc-clianging Issue. An M. P. P. Too Tbe mob, falling lo reach .Milrrm.in 13owman, nrocccdcil to', the home of Alderman Asmussen, recently elected lo represent Xorlh Wnlerloo In the Ontario legislature. II Li said by some In Iho crowd that when the mob arriv- ed at Alderman Asmussen's home he brandished a revolver and threatened lo etoot If Ihtj' did not leavo him In peace. This fact, however, was nol'confirm- ed. Alderman however was dragged from his homo and rushed through liio strcels n'n'b lo Iho Clreat hejcl- iiuarlera. j. Alderman Asmussen npologfzed to Iho veterans, dcclarlng'that If'lliero was anything he'did neralnsL.'lljo vcl- Crans ho was sorry. Asmussen declared In Veterans' hall thai ho' was alwas's in favor ol tho War Velornns and bore no ill-will toward them: The mob German General Was Uus> sian Nemesis is Going Home VIE.NNA, Dec. Martial von wlio was In command, of the German Irocps iu Rumania wlic-n liosllllties ended who is '-hs'st known for his successes against, tlie Husslius ou tbe eastern front.- passed (hrougn Vienna yesterday on bis Vny lo 7lerlin. The field mnrfhal was accompanied by a slaff of 20 officers. He did not cave Ihe station, Mliere he >ras Klvcu- i srcnt ovation'by the nssrmbli-il llirongs, but received a. .dcpuiatloii ot-.j various German societies. Minister Deutch made an address oh behalf of Ilic Austrian government. Women beapcd Ihe field marshal's ci: with flowers. NEW HIGH PRICE RECORD FOR TOBACCO LOUISVILLE, Ky., It believed to be a new world's record was made- at the Owentbaro market yMtcr- day, when Pryor tobacco iold for a hundred pound.. Burley (o, bacco alto made a reeord, It rl believed, when It went to MO i hundred poundt. An average 0f a hundred was reilixed ?n tale of peundi of frytr, "Luxury Buying" Sends Living Costs up a Notch NEW YORK, Oee. ttw brihj the high totl of living, coil of tood.luffj and clothing ctntlnind to Climb durln9 Hie pail month, according to report op kirtlnrw ctrn ditlont of itcond" federal reierve dlilrict for average In of ih; principal ef at percent........ Advlcei from the retail trade Indlcattd "Igxury full iwlnj. "Never hai there much ipendlitf, a exptnslve artlclet and disregard of talrf the report. ;