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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATOWAY, DECGMHKll 0, 1919 NUMBER 302 mum, The Mexican Merry- Go-Rouhd V- Trrriblt Shortage of Food is Shown in Report of British Relief Director CENTRAL EUROPE MAY BECOME DESOLATE WASTE LONDON, Dec. review of con dltlous In central Europe was giver British director of relief In Europe, who 1ms Just returned from there. Poland. Hungary nnd Austria, according to Sir William, arc. all confronted vi-Ilh great food shortages. In Hungary, he estimated Iho shortage before next hsrvest would v reach I.GOO.OCiO "tona. He .said ha f- founii 5CO.OOO fatlwrloss children In Serbia sufforlr-s from malnutrition nntl Icirnel lha'. .35 per cent, ot Iho f-' population had tuberculosis. -More v than 2.400.030 tons ot (oonsluKs. cost- ine; nearly declared Sir U.MSIO FIGHI OIL Attorney Genera! I'almer Orders Thai "Steps lo Prosecute Be Taken FORCE USE OF Oil, TO CONSERVE COAL the Chicago News. Dec. I'roaccu- lion of western oil producers for al- SENATOR TALBOT IS DEAD i'AlAi.ARY. Dec. Senator Peter Talbol died this morning it his home at Lacoinue, Alborla. I'eter TallioL well xnown throughout Alberta, larjaly on account ul Ills activities In public life. In the old territorial days lie had been a member ol the Northwest legislature ns a supporter of the Haulialn goT- eminent. He afterwards .entered the House of Commons and becamo a sen- ator la 1906. He was a pronounced Liberal and was at the heid ol the provincial organization some years ago. The lato senator was a native of Erainosa. Wellington county arrj was educated at the well klijwn Rock- wooO Academy and Ottawa Normal school. He taught school lor Eomc years and many years ago was a teacher at Macleod. lie later took up a farm at I-acombe and developed It U. S. Said To Have Advued Bet. lln lo Adopt More Concil- iatory Attitude f western o proucers or a- a arm a eec-i prollleerlng was ordered today I Into one of the leading stock (arms ot by AUomcy.iJencral Palmer. province. He was 05 years, of I -t ft Q x MANITOBA DOCTOR IN WHOLESALE LIQUOR v BUSINESS; IS FINED WINNIPEG, Dec. Wolochow, of Grclna, was fined tho niaxlmuni under tho acl'In'the provincial ojrean relief slnco the armistice Has prescribing and selling liquor. signed. Ho lain special stress on Tho. magistrate said the doctor tensions ot lo cralr.il had made use of h.s profession by ths United Stales In cooperation for entering, the Iquor busl- v wllli Grsst Mtaln, szytnj; Lhat unless ness In a wholesale fashion. tul3 was doae central Europe become f. 'Jesolato waste. Winnipeg Police Oept. Maintained Member on Teg Strike Committee John Lovalt Was There, Drawing Regular {'ay From Cut But All the Time He Favored and Spoke for: the Strike Which Was for the1 Purpose of Securing a Living Wage and Right of Collective Bargaining. Simultaneously, thu railroad admln-i age. IslraUuu established an eintarEO, of- jj rectlvfa Uonday. shipments of fuel oil from thu west to points east Daughters live al Lncombe, while his of Chicago and Si. Lou la. This action, son; pcrcy_ )3 chleT veterinary inspec- iL ivas explained, was nocesGary to aod two brothers. three Two conserve Iho small supply of coal available tor the territory west ol the Mississippi river and to compel, where possible, tho use of fuel oil In- stead. Senator Talbot had MINTO MINERS VOTE TO GO OUT ON STRIKE FHEDEF1ICTON, N. B., Dee. 6. miners voted East night to strike. GOCKIOJtt WINNIPEG, Dec. 6.-John Lovalt, Five ol the other accused strikj IHal el-policeman. during his cross-eiamln- leaders were present at the IHal Vote Friday Night and WASHINGTON, Dec.'s.-Th. prcsi- TVJ V, ,i TT w, i- Tk. dent loday'sent'to lie 'senate a rc- Dldn t Go To Work Volition; passed in Juno, stalingthat 927 citl'ienj ot countries other lhan-ihe United Stales had been Workers ol- wa licld.lasl niglil, foJlowlDE Ihc reiiini' -ca'slern'Unilert ?.iino Work- trs" lier.d quail era at. Cnpo Cnaton o! William Haycj, boai- roenbcr of SprliigliHl, of Ilia Eltiintlon Ukoi ox-po Iceman, during ms cross-eiumin- icauc.o ,.-.-r- atlor, by Mr. JlbMurray. defense conn- day. taking notes and assisting Jn the el, at tho trial of R. U, Russell, chare-1 defense of RusMll. d with seditious conspiracy, today They were .Queen. Heaps, Armstrong, aid that he was on Ibe strike commit- Frllchard and Braye. .__________ ee, under orders from Chief Chrla x'ewton and Alderman A. J. Sparling, chairman of the police commission, and thai ho'drew his regular pay (rom the city for every 'lay he was a mera- jcr of the strike .committee. Lovatt idmlllcQ lhat, althbash" off (he strUe commillee under these' conditions, he look a leading part In conducting Ihe spo'Ke in support o[ It on many "occasions. He slaieil Ihat the refusal on tho part, of certain employers to' erasi) SatitKed MEXICO CITY. "Dec. C Jenkins, United Stales-consular agen at Puella. who was released from prison there (in Thursday 'night, al tempted lo secure his re-lLiiprlsonmen nl Mlnlo, a slriKe VOLC waa laKon lemptcd lo secure nis re-iinpnaonmeii i4iul ihe miners, following Ihe adrlce I ihero yesterday, according to specla of ULO Unlted'.MIno of Ainnr- dispatches rec'clved'hcrc o io ica, to quit -.vork nl once. This morning none of llio nllnefa went spaces the Ercelslor, -Judicial authorlflea nt Puebla lefuscd _lo allow tho consular inio the. shads and there fras agent lo rc-entbf_lhe prison. Mr. Jen- no work being.curried.on. oicept sucl'. kins' movo, accbr'iling to'the dispatch, no worx Doing.carriea.on. Dicept iucr. Kins movo, accurums LU ino ns Is done by men working 'on -ihe was ideslrfi. to secure. Mirface at tha Sllnto Coal company's i unconditional llherty, Jenklnd being mine, .illhough Ihu slrlke lias uot r.f- quoled as declaring lhat .bail was fur- fectcd Ihe other mining companies Ihe Grand Ijiko rtiElrict. Thero has lieen no trouble of even an unimport- ant character ns'R result of the walk- out up lo noon loilay, although tho United Mine Workers had started a system of picketing anil bad ruprp. esnUl.ivex stationed nlong the road- ways leading to the mines. nlshcd by hiFi friend, J.. Sailer llansen, without his knowledsa auj that he re- luaed to accept conditional freedom. Hilarlo Medina, -undersecretary ot foreign is quoted by the news- paper as staling that the release of Jenkins had removed all cause for friction belweeu the Unllcd States and Mexico. was the only reason to which he could t attribute the strike. The object ol tho strike, he said, was to gain a liv- ing vnge for the worker. Corporal Zanelh, II. N. W. SI. P., who wna n secret service man and had acted" In the-ranks of Ihe Socllalsl party of Canada as-a member, was not cross-examined tnday as had been expected. This witness, who garo evidence of a sensational nature at Friday's session of tlio trial, to be seen around me corridors oMhe courlliouso all morning. Skipper Counts 72 in One Day Several Seals Await Adam Beck Likely- To Gel a Seat. TORONTO, Dec. reference o Ihe finding of seals for Premier Drury the aitorner-ieneril -'and the minister of agriculture, Ihc Wcirldj in its news column's says'Ihls ing: Carly will offer hisi "beat in Soulh UenfreK.to Hon. riBigji in favor Hbii.'.W.'E. Rancy In North Victoria. STOCKHOLM; Dec. danger "Several seals a'i-sil Pr4mier_pruiT to' shipping from floating mines in Gordon 'Waldron-says Ihe Tory-pr6- the North Sea is Increasing, according lests of Iwo ami IJU[ ihe collective bargaioine pormer Turk Grand-Vizier Is "Conserve Coal" is Advice of C. A. Magrath OTTAWA, Dec. hnve only menl loilay b'y (he American Whole- Getting Fever. And Will Try it Out Dec. PashaL ormer Turkish grand Tlzler, ami min- ster of finance, who has been nuietly JTing 111 llerlin far some weeki, Hie of a former official ot Ihe 5h" embassy, is reported lo have been converted lo socialism. He is re- ported lo believe lhat Ihe salvation of Turkey lies in her political Irans- :prmallon along radical lines. who is 'suspected at lean- ing In the dirtclion of communism, is reported as intending to accompany Karl Kadck, tbe Bolshevik leader, who was released here yesterday, In IKo Eslhonlan fronllcr, laler goins lo Moscow. :o Ihe chief inspector of the Swedish mercantile marine for lhat district ol navigation, who predicts that this win- ler tho mir.es will constitnle a greater menace ttian nt'aur period since Ihe ar. .were Ihe mine ticlus and so r.nmerons the mines, says tho that large numbers ol them escaped 'destruction by Ihe Uritish and American mine sweepers, not- withstanding the energy and diligence wllh which they.worked. More mtueS ban ever before now are said lo be oose and drilling toward Ihe Swedish coast, lifforts are made lo slnt such mines ns soon as seen by shooting them, but'lt is'impossible to destroy them all in thls'wiy. Along tbe Jut- land coast in th'e course of a. single ferin are In retaliation for Ihe Gren; ville prolest ot G. WJ Ferguson's seat "Premier Brury will Llgnallons only lii a caucus; of his party which will bo called aller his re- turn from Ihe nortb. "TLere Is no protest, in3 Port. Ar- Ihur. There pofslbly will be a resigna- tion in favor of Sir Adam. Heck by BriB.-Oen! Donald of Port When Imperial Press Confer- ence Dehgales Visit Domin- ion Next Year FRANCE DEPLORES BIG DROP IN EXCHANGE MONTREAL, IJec. llvo committee of the one word to say nnd that la 'conserve sold C, A. Magrath, fuel con- troller, when tsked about tha fllnalion flTta morning. "If public Titllltlci, hospitals tnd Institutions of tills nature are In need of coal, tbo wisest thing for (horn lo do Is lo 1st (hair, iranls bb known at the oarllesl possible, -.Tno fuel controller went on lo 517 that this coillil he- done through the Mel administrations In Ibo vartouJ provlncsj, lib hafl nolhlns further lo add. CoaVAsEoclallon. Can't IncrciK Call Prices WAS1IINOTOX. Dec. one can be idded lo (he pflce of coal to tlnanco'any !ti tho wages of miners, Administrator Car- field declared lodiy, reading bresi dispatch that Governor Cox, of Ohio, had proposed thit miners operttorn In Ohio' compromise on the bull of a 25 per ceat. advance In pay for lh BUBBeslionif BS lo where Ihey should go and what lliey should ECO during L period of seven wqeks, TORONTO ARTIST T0110NTO, Dec. Albcr well-known nrllsl.of thl city, died at Iho General Hospital yea lernay afler leas than two ill- ness, from poisoning. Mr. Slier- wood WM best known as a portrait pointer.. SILVER rOX SKINS STOLEN; RECOVERED ;PAR1S, Dec. opinion Is I'rauce Is ereiliy affected! by Ihexlecllna of eichinge rales ou Cranes and pounds In New York. News- papers-declare lhat Great Britain Is Inclined 16 support France and recom- raend a common plan lor the economic reslorsllon of Burope, wllh Ihc even- da! support of America. Louch- French minister ot reconstruction, eclires In an Interview printed in he Echo de Paris thai It fa necessary or. France to balance her-budget as nil-economic Questions closely co'nnecled with rale of exchange. of Farmer War ton ia Causing Strife Among the Dutch rlhur. 'aris Peopk Buy More JeWtlrj- See More Theatricals and Bet More on Races WANT RATIFICATION HEFORE DECEMBER 3i PARIS, Dtt. many will be calltd upon In a HB- oroUE note which suprerne councii of the p'.ace conference will ccmplele loday to yield mediately to the allied demand, that the protocol of the Versailles treaty be signed, according.to the Exceliloi1. The newspaper says it hat reliable information thM Washington had advlifd Berlin to adopt a more conciliatory atti- tudc. If ratification Is not completed by Dee.J31, the-Echo de Paris, certiln clauses of the treaty will be rendered Impracticable and the alliec will be obliged .to lub- mil lo Germany a new protocol, which would result In Ellll further delay. THREATEN MILITARY MEASURES PABIS, Dec. a note draft- cJ by the supreme council today It li demanded that Germany sign the protocol providing for the carrying out of 'the peace filling which the allies, It is let forth, will he obliged to have re- i course to military Reply Adopted PARIS, Dec. teit of Ihc re- ply lo be made br me allied and elated powers "to Ihe latent communi- s callon from Baron von Lcr'sner.-..n.eaot- ot Ihe peace mission regard-.' nj orifiDJl alllsa demand lignbt 'protocol pulling' pcmce treaty Into effect, submitted lo. Serraeny.'on Nov. 10, was Bnanlniously' hy supfeino council.-; Co; day., Premidr Clemenceau: over Germany Dtfimda -AniiJiiMntJ: Baron -TOB" commiiplcii-- tlon, Which was .recelyed Clenicnceau oil Thurday, decIarW.lhn allies were misinformed regardln'gt. thtlr complainl that Ocrrnany Tas'ei- ceedlng'.by far the limit of military. forces permitted her under Ihe Von I-crsner declared lhat IhR man government had never sought >lo couceal the. (acl that-" the .crealio.n-of detective police.- forces and civic. Tould be necesaarj'_ and that he Berlin govei-Dment. was prepare! ;_ lo.submit proofs lo of' the entente commission of control- n Berlin, that these organizations, were permissible under the treaty. Oertnanr, was silly lo dlscuis'the quesllon Iniir.e: ulntelT with the allies and that such an offer was Iho best proof- that she was not seeking to -avoid'0: carrying out Ihe treaty Tlie.teil ot Premier ClemenceauV s nole lo Von concerning .Ihc.'. excessive' German armament '.comr' plained of, wh'lch-was dty, shows lhat Germany in addlllon-lo IhC'. formation of ,.the Imperial defense with ing a "security police and' emergency .which' are de-' MOKCTON, M.B, DflC. groy fox to. the valuo of secured by thlcTcs who raided Ihc ranch 6t C. P. Munroa nl Fclll Codlac on Tuesday night recovered by llic Moncton police ycalorday anil ono of Iho self confessed -ian Unnnlslr-r, arresled. TUB HAoilB, Dec. cue. (on of former. Emperor Vrllllam's pe" manenl residence In Holland was dl cussed In tae.Dulcli parliament yeslc clay In connection with Ihc posslblllt of forcing him lo pay on Incomo la Answering a qnestlon on the subjec Jonkheer Devrles, minister of finance, cald in tlfccl lhat If Iho former kaiser really had been permitted lo house at'Doorn-fqr a permanent resi- dence, tho government would undoubt- edly tat him ns B resident of Hol- land. Socialists In parliament have been iigllnling Ihls nueEllon for some lime. Their anllpalhy lo Iho rcsldonto of he former'emperor In Holland has ieen Increased by recent reports In )utch newspapers, Indicating ho Is rermlllcd now lo go nboul us he jleasc.v There In. considerable village gos- clp at Amerongon because the shed built so.the former kaiser may carry on h'ls wood sawing In Ihe cold weath- er Is to be healed with a stove while Inert la great ehorlaEe of coal In the vlllsgo. -'The- villagers nsk why the oicrclse on not keep Ihe former efhptror warm. PARIS, C. Figures on the high cost of nuMlalie'd here ''today show, that for Ihe 10 months 'of 1919 there' were sold by Ihe. Jewejry trade of Paris pieces of gold and platinum Jewelrv' and pieces made of silver.; In the figures for the corresponding months were pieces In guld and plati- num and pieces lii silver.: The Increase in' thc: wclgnL' of: the pieces ol jewelry Infold and plstl mim amounted to 12.CM pounns. The price of sold Increased from francs a kilogram lo franca and that of platinum" from Irlncs lo francs. Theatres, moving picture shows and iclared to'be virtually mllilary l summons "Germany to' reance: lieT; forces slrlctly '10 the limlli of tlie? treaty..... Military Meisuru Planned Dec. wilh the nole presented oy su-: preme cobn'cil at I'uls to the Oermanj representative- notifying. Germany... that slgjiH Ihe an prolocol.' m'eaanres of i music halls take In MOPE DAY.S francs dnrlng the year if the average of tho first 10 months U mUnlalned. This Is an Incrense of-60 per .cenl. over 1913. Al Ihc rnco In Paris and francs were spent between 'May IS nnd Xov. 30. In during .-..the same'period, the multiel betting 'ma- chines look In only francs. 'At Ihe municipal pawn, shops. It .was declared lhal Iho number of. articles pawned in 1919 was' 30' per cenl. less Ihan'ln 1913. CALL FRENCH CLASS OF 1U20 PARIS, Dec. The mili- tary cUss ot 1520 will be called to Iho colors'late In February, nnd the class Ot 1318 Fill be -liberated Iho second wtek .In Aprid sceortlnt lo noivspip- er> tere. OK NATIONAL' Y. JUDGE NEW YORK, Dec. Acier SOP, a boatman, took one, drink anc1 assaulted A policeman last night. Ii police court Dak characleilzrf him as "a Vlcllm of nat lonal prohibition" and nispendeJ sen lence wben prlsoncr.teBlllled.Uia his mind became tin drink; "You are tho fourth man lo be chfl'rged with Inloxlcallon before m said Ihe miglslrale. "Each took only n drink or liHranrt becjmw oblivious of what going on him." Trial of LeiaL Mach HttemeH In Dec. who Is being tried on a charge of hni ng ordered executed 29 sallort on-' Mirch U last, succumbed to "violated his love ol trntli and order (0 save Ihe accord- Ing to wllnesses (tsdlyhis todW Some ot the cornpUlwii that accused acted disc (o ihWl.; Gen. RelnhardL former Praaalan .WH( ralnlnter. (irn. Relnhardf was especially Ham-. ed by one witness, allbonirh It admitted [hit Berlin rn such 'a.' critical situation tlnte Hat geaeral wii probably tnillfMd la Ian-.. Ing orders for Ihe exfcnlfos sill ers or ef One wllifsi aiked ittie. lu permit him to teslllr tn iecret, .hat-. Ihls via refused and he.tben iha( Marloh h.ad laid fcinbal TOfl the: shooting of Ih Be'fll. frtm ;