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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME-XIL LETHBniDGE, ALBERTA, -FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1910 UMBER 301 FOCH WILL MAKE HUNS SIGN PROTOCOL Railroad Service, U.S. on War Basis Meet Coal Famine i Sweeping Reduction Affecting 150 20th j Century Limited is Optimistic That j Soon Approach Nor Discusses Hardest Hit by j Fuel Famine. WASHINGTON, Doc. Mox- sufficient coal rained to provldo for loan and coal situations and other domestic consumers and absolutely mailers were discussed today at a. essential InduEtrlea merited tria pro- meeting 'ot President WllEon'3 cab- gress today of the Etrlko ot the bUura- which .coiitlaued Cor two and a Inous coal .The miners main- half'hovs, but. none of I ho 'depart-, Ulned their atUtude of hostility to- wtrd the proferred 14 iier cenL increase. Kellef (or domcBtic consnmers In ilonUoa, where possibly tho most on railroads In tho extern rcg- acute suffering.trDuuLhq.cojljborU'ge Ion extondlnE as far ag SL Louis anil. haa .been reported, today was la-sight Chicago was reduced to a basis today by drastic orders effective1 Dec: menial heads would inaie a statement wheu the meeting adjourned. Patscnger Service Reduced "NEW-YOHK, Dec. 10. Issued .A. B. llardln, regional In some respects the order was oven more sweeping than Ihoso lamed dnr- Jog the. war. .For Ihc.firsL time since the 20th Century Limited was put In. operation.between New York and Chi- cago, about 20 years, ago, U was cut schedule to save fuel. The orders affect virtually JaO rail- In tho region. No t peel a I Ira Iiis. arc to he run for busi- ness or "pleasure no'scc- orid.sectloDB of regular trains tvill be except In cases of coach '.ravel between cities of dense pcim- latkm. Garfield Optimicllc Ucc. 'UilnlaLraJorTJarlleld relumed to Inglon today..from Williamson, Mass., 'to of the coal aUuatlon. "Ho'attended Ihe cabinet 'meeting 1 and r.ppfeared'- 'ib 'he 'bpllmiitlc. -Ho wld was gelling clos- er the npiTHalr although the tehfty- WC51. if bs Members the.' comnilUeq fepre; aenttng the.'coal operators who-re- WnsnlnKtou affer jourmiLentrof-the -general convenllou :-'af In a statement to- day published reports lhat they.had considered offering anyv amounts to the miners considerably greater, Ihan 11 per cent. Trage advance .sugg'estcd by Dr. y Montana Sufferi Mcrt CHICAGO, Dec, of gov- ernors, of at least elates to -have frith, tho announcement that coal en route from Canada: Won't yeat Trains KEW YOHK. Dec. under orders of Public Sen-Ice Commission- cr Dlion, the New York subway and Social Service League A Referendum EDMONTON, Dec. Al- berta should lake advantage of the expected opportunity to vota on a Dominion-wide referendum on pro- hibition; that- the provincial gov- ernment meanwhile impose further restrictions upon the sale of liquor on physicians' that the social rerv'ct league be reor- ganized In conformity with the Do- minion council, and that the policy of prevention Instesd of cure be uryed upon both the city and pro- vincial authorities, were outstand- ing points made at the opening sec- tion of the Alberta Social Service League convention In the Flrit Daptltt church this morning. It the 14lh annual meeting Of jlhe league and delegates are preient from all parts of the prov- ince. Mrs, L. C. McKtnney, M.P.P., president fcr the year, Is in the chair, and submitted her presi- dential report ai the morning (Ion. The convention continues un- til Saturday evening. League Nations atlVdrk Preliminary r Meeting of Repre- sentatives bf'18 Countries in Brussels 7 WANT LEAGUE TO BE f- LAUNCHED IMMEDIATELY' eleyalcfl p. Land on ed for the_rush hour periods' their winter pracllca of heating (rains, the cr- planation being given lha_l when trains were crowdefl Ihe..'passengers, throw enough bodily .heat (o keep each other warm; Officials of the company Hid 11 meant a saving of approximately 1000 ton of coal dally.- Beginning ed, the great vhlteV.iv la the thea- trical, district' will go'lnto a partial eclfpEe.-' Coal Supply PrTTSIlUliG, fuel EllnaLlon'ia the PltUburg'JlsLrlci Look} on a more serious'aspect todflj when" officials of Ihejedcral llon here ina'ile -Thorough Inspection of Mange Areas Under Way As a .-'Preliminary DKUKSELR. .fee. Tab confer- 1 of the Association for Lhe League i of Nations, wblcb is being held here fflth 18 "countries' represented, has arrlrcr] aL Borne Important conclusions. Instructions have' been given the per-i raaacnt commission la draft a code' ol International law, which Is to bo' studied bj all, the .associations and] submitted (.o.-.ttyrgoTerninents of thai states concerned.. The code alms lo eliminate (rbnT Us the right to t go to war. I The conference -his adopici 2. .plan j for a permanent .commission .lo pre- pare a draft conrcnllon calling (or justice beLvrewi.VDaLlDiis and motions and resolution surging'.! tint the league of "nations beVsrcated Immediately; .ppoinUd Ibrefllcommtssions-aad pro- Tided lor a liurwti for. hygiene, -eam- raerce, adopted, reso- Hie league of lions to sunliifpn and admit to berahln ns soDir'is possible" an? state ivhlch h ileairtfii o'.menilierahip "ami wh'Icli la abfiVslA'-'glfe-ithVEiiarantce tnerfrlWl' rn I Ol pad Of Paris and .Accords- to 'Lhe conditions fixed by thai "article; requested the league formulate p'rlnci: pica n. view" lo Bccunng the na- tionalitie Bolshies Make Advances All Along the Line LONDON, Dec. Bolihevik fdrcei are making a general ad- vance along the entire Denlkine front and have captured town of KoseleU Romny and elto Bore- mela, while fierce fighting la pro- ceeding for the of Bit- according to a BolthevIK received here. Thete towns are In 'the., yoverrmentt of Tcherlgov Poltava and northeait and east of Ktev. On the, eailern Front, the ttale- ment declares, the Dolshevlkl cap- tured on Dec. 1 the city of Kajnsk, 160 miles east of Omsk. Many prlioners were taken, It Is said. Southwest of Omik the Bolshevik! are uld to have repaired the Slber- Ian railroad near and cm advancing, toward Slavgorod. Sharp Note Will be Sent To Germans; Will be Ultimatum I Marshal Foch Called Inlo Secrvii Which Decides That Sharp Action Will be Taken to Bring Huns to Declare That Germany Has Gone too Has Plans All Made lo Brini Necessary Pressure to .Bear. PARIS, DEC. It the only argument likely lo make sn Impression upon the Germari and Induce them to. sign the protocol of Ihs peace treaty which will carry the picl Into effect, according to this morning's It Is said thlc conclusion was reached at the' secret session of the council at whTch Manhal Foch was prcc-; enL Ample meanj exist lo pronounce carry out an ultimatum, cald, the commander demonstrated at the meeting, and it Is understood he undertook to put Into, execution the plsn he drafted laat June, the mere threat of whtch brought German envoys to Verialllei. ALLIED REPLY NOT YET SENT PARIS, of the psace thla morning considered further the note to be sent lo Germany regarding the' slining of the protocol cf the peace treaty, but did not complete the; documenL ies comprised in foreign stales, y--or.clrllta'n and rellgloui rights and a -'plait; iJBiing at Iha jinent. of .-..I the'go'rernmcril'g essential Hit, 'federal, stale, aod 'public utlil- lleo and retailers. MAD; Indiutrlal concerns ot the district, are DOW uilac Lhelr reserve ,cpnl and R la belteretl that 'th'eea supplies. wIH aoon bo forcing.vji liri> Dumber ot plants to close', down. that practl- unload mines, dlalrlct and Iho-cen'.Tal and. Trestorn, Pennsylvania fields.'ramalriail closed; DectaresReds LaborUnions _ Their Own Purpose Radicals Secured Control of Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council in Fall of j Trial Furnishes' No Particularly NeW Expected to Own the Mines After Strike Last Between Counsel. Hoii. Dr; Tololic, who" ia .viaillog the International Livestock show, today gave me" the following for comfort and ssaanince of nje'tt In tho west w.ho hava -been "snfferlnjjr" under mange regulations. Ho'sdtd: tbejwesl' that even now- a crew'ot competent Ingpectora-'ia starting to survey Ifio entire 'mange area, as Ihla Ih'e: lime of year when the presence of mango can lib most rea'dlly delect eel.. to determine which Is which la mange-free, .'territory; i; expect Iho Inspection to be cbinplele nd all reports Id In si Jo four -weeks and then every porlion of the _ terri- tory which has free wlU Lo linn died as areag. "We will Ihen cnnci'iiirAla" upon where .mango la (ouiid, thpse areas will Into dis- tricts, i5d dipping vats will bp orBClfeu wherever necessary, gorernnicnL will contribute to- ward each dipping val, and clipping; will "whole mailer of stamping will ho thoroughly organized; and prosecuted with the utmost .vigor, and tho measure of succe3a-.Vill de- pend on tho cooperation we receive from Iho livestock men wlio-aro In- terested. Co-operallon Needed "Wo fully realise the heavy han- dicap Ihc present regulations have number of llvcslock men whose lands have been Included in Iho afTcclcd districts, but we cannot mm. FIELD? .Convention'. In .Woodstock on 15lh; -Will1 Decide 'Crerar Wilt Be There Dec. is Diucli speculallon as lo the out- come the conyjenllon ot United KarmerS call ad to'rineet 15 tor the ieleclins, canil- the' neit proTlnclil XJIorf. Mr. recognized the leader, ol-.the farm- ers' moTernent'jn Canada, who is .due to irrlvo hcrB.oh. dreJS a fmrrneffij. mcctldg onti' flJao a hid. expressed :liis np poeltlou Lp farmers' orBiuizatloBB tat' as ptrt in elections at this u his program calls lor'cohcenlrillon.on tba federmJ arena, Front in Flanders and France Coniccraled br Lives of Allied Heroes of the. Imperial war cbmmifesion, liak written an 'earnest appeal-to thpsa. Tislllng or inlendlng to French and Klanderfl'fronLs to pbaerve reverence for the dead. Ho In psrt: should be remembered this la holy ground-rconiecralcd In every part by the lire i of men and for that to run orer with lovily. be niauo compuisorj. ino ik.1 nt hope lo got entirely Irco regulations unless mango Lheso aban- ,jtiloly rlcanert up. Wo not Onry v with n degree of caution In 'Cira two factions In Iho -Trades and -mer police constable, at the (rial of protect the men In', mange- .f.bor Council, previous to Iho slrlkoiR. n.. Ruaaoll loday. freo district, but alsft fn order to radical and I Lovott wad repfracniaiiTe of the! flareRuard Ihb markels which 'are lhat tho radical element, led by fl. j policemen's unlbri on to U3- However, tho livestock and R J. Johns, two of the Labor Councfl. men of wcalem Canada Cfln.resl ag- "ftccused, gained control In llio fail of; In ha also Blatwl that Sam that everything -vfhlch' can be 1918 and cpnllnucd In control until Iho general strlko In was Iho SLEEPING SICKNESS SPREADING from ullrtlng Irailc-s by Iho rail- lllurncnbcrg, since deported, by my riepnrtrnenl will bo'dona cd upon the'council as ft delegate ln ihem In gelling the mange f-----Jl_ V- II.. _.J up_ WQ Mk iQcIf cst and arllvo co-operation-" PAID 52.62 A POUND-. FOR PRIZE ANIMAL CALGARY, Dec, With four new cases 6f the ic-CAllcd ''Bleep- ing sic knctt" and another death ThursdaVi cul break of milady technically, known sj "Jethnrglc fnctphaljtU" nached proportlona In Calr. leal faction In spite of opposition from Iho No Ddlahevlk Punch William Percy, another witness trho I wa9 chairman of the financo commit-1 teo'of Ibe'fe'ncral strike, nworo lhat f there were no-Bolshevik: funds used I la fl nan clog the Stride, (n Answer to fi. direct qiraffilon br Mr. CMS Id y as to whether hu would aklrfbiito tho a Mho or any'of (la 'nnfortunnlo re- BiilU to Mr. RtiBMll, the wllncaa saU that ho woilld tfot. Wlnnlpef "ihd He eft Id Lh6 commlUeQ Va.i fMo bnt thai he did blnmo th leaving'provincial 'politic, development." liter GEORGE LANE SELLS PERCHERONS FOR BIG PRICES IN ENGLAND Dec.' Thir- ty-four Perchcrbn horses, bred George Lane, of werd sold at Kn.sloDj Suffolk, and re allzed Lord Mlnlo bought a mare for 650 R 'stallion winner .three- limes In Canada- this yoar, brought 550 guineas. It Is.laerlUble ttwt Ihe handling of such miUtllurlca of alght-aecrs" H.E Are expected-neil sprlnj must ba man- aged ftlons 'tourist lines, ip It. rests wllh the individual' tourist to' lave reepecL lha spirit lhat lies Jpoti thai land of desolation and to walk throngti It with rererenco. Is said thora Is a tendency on he Boma visitors to forget Llils obligation. Nothing would be gained J sivinp specific Insiancej of what. fler all, Is more In Ilia nature oE unthinking than Inlen- LJppal dlsrcspccl, but Lhe Imperial war graves .commission haa asked me to express pur earnest hope lhat all who visit the batilc areas will bear In MOOSE JAW, D-o. After beln postponed for threo ronsecnllv weeks, tho conlehllous quosLlon re mind that at every slop they arc hi iinlltlcal action in connecllo presence of those dead through the.morlt of whocc encrlrica they'er.- Joy.- their present life and whatever measure of freedom 13 theirs loday." Up to date, out of 10 of tho dlwase, there have been four doathir which for the deadllntM of the hptak, At preient four patTenU In the general p4U[ Hhlblllno the aymploma ftrly at of lethargic- encc- pttalftlt, which aoinfl prefer to eJII menlngftla, Tht flrvt ijrmploma of trra at- tack aomtwhnt 'aa an or- 1 but develop CHICAGO, Dec. tbo auction Rp.lp o( prl73 winning cattle at tho International LIvcsLocI: E.i position yealerdny Iho single champion alecr brought n pound, against bat year, establishing ft record, Tho. grand champion carload of 15 heart sold n! 115 a hundred, Compared wltfi a year ago.. Junior's Iho grand champion _____ RanelL other men of hl.i bought at Ruction hy Moiis- for mlilndfnK. labor unions aa ael of Cambridge, N'ftbrarita, a -whole. This wlUiesa aalrf that I2.fi2-a ponnVor a totfll prlca of buck he coal d ace that the labor .-tgcSa nnlons were used Irr the Tlcd-clemenlj j _ ___ t ___ _ _ _ for their (Hertl -own pnqiofes. Tho wltncafi Bald ho ntver heard -5- of ft rirlke ilmflar to lha( In Winnl- pep. etcepl INDEPENDENT 50CIAL13T8 M. McMillan and WllllRm Dmrrt' holler, la giving syldence, .slitcfl John O'dnlllPnn, agfint for-iho fclrlktog r'-' miners In lha th'flniheller field, pealcdly iold 1hM after slrits Uie mines belong to Ihs imorig "Iho workers, WANT GERMAN SOVIETS of Intlcpenucnl-S6cln114ta In rcfftfon here today unanl- Adopted clarlnj for Ihe soviet Byafcfn In Germany- ten.-) t MAY OCCUPY ESSEN LONDON, Dec. There war a persistent rumor on 'the stock exchange this morning that the supreme council of the peace con- fere had threatened Germany that unlen the final, peace termi were agreed allied troop would occupy Ewen- and- Frank- fort. Up to this lime the market hat not been the 'report. HUN REPLY REpEIVEO PARIS, Dec. German yV re- ply to the allied, note', proleitlng against the Increaae'of armament .has Paris, .ac- cording to the Temps.' The reply haa not yet been aubfnltted ,to the peace conference, how- ever, the newapapc r eayel bad the power and. If will exercise H. to insure raliflcatlon of Versailles treaty by Germany. It.Is ;35lcd lhat steps to bring pres- sure on Germany may be Imminent.- "The'ro has been enough'- solemn inger -wagging at the iiermani, .who have come to believe It safe la defv.. he says' Ihe Daily Mall, Ji.' commenting- on the yiae and merciful course would be'io ell them plainly wllh'la a Ified' .ime do not'.coraply with led condltiofls an'd" falfll the treaty' tho blockade "will be renewed.'1 Henry Dec. perlal claff, _ LONDON, nouncement that Field Marshal .'Wil- son-has gone Lo Paris'-In reaponia to an. urgent Eum.mons. ID couiull -Mar- shal Foch in connection" peace" treaty, ii morn IB newspapers as of coasldef-" able slenlncance. It a.kmf- s of the" addrtts. made lust, erentng by AhdreSvrBo'nar IJiw, la which ha EBld he fettered tbe alljei Mathias Erzberger- Explains New Budget Enormous Income Tax with Iho locar UiL-at .War VeteTrfrla Association was eotllctl last nEgiil vvhe a unanimous resolution was passe recommending lhat the asaoclatlo should enter politics In support of a broad platform providing for equal Irealmcnt for and parties of Canada and lending to a more equal of 'wealth and resources of the FIVE YEARS FOR 3HOOTINQ POLICEMEN BT. JOHN, Doc. was yesterday T, Dec." las Krzberger, minister of (Jnance faced hla battle for vast IRX Increases in- a two-hour speech before the na- tional assembly 'loday. Ifl warncii (lie deputies that lha man ivho n atl.ll wranpcil up In pre-war Isin would hot find Iho I fix assess menls wnlCIng him to hla liking. Tho llrsl thoiiaand marha 6f_ In cbuio are not assc-ased in the seals named in tho Income lax schedule Utw Putbli, re-. X 10 o'clock ThunMpy by orttr