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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta axln Herald VOLUME XII. PAGES UOJIPHIDGE, ALDEP.TA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1919 FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 303 STRIKE IS DEFINITELY SETTLED A T Announcement of Coal Strike Sifton I Settlement Made Too USTACCEPI Hitch Developed In Efforts! After Dayfs Debate 'Accept the 'Plan Put Forward By j RADICAL ELEMENT j WANTED TO STAY OUT! dent's proposal INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 10. ilrlke of WO.OOO bitumin- ous coal ml the country wai tettled here today when the main committee of the United Mine of Amerfca agreed to accept Ihe plan offered by President- Wilion. The nlan provides that the min- ers shall return to once al an increase of 14 per cent. in wages; that a commission of three perssnr be .-'nrn'rlcd vcstlgafe and determine wllhin If poMioic a oasis .u. a riew Wage agreement. The con- ference was made up of interna- tional dlitrlct offlciafs and mem- bers of the executive board nnd icale committee- of the organiza- tion. REJECTION VOTED DOWN WASHINGTON, Dec, rejcnlallv'ea of the United Mine of America today voted down-a pronosal lo reject.-, the strike ftettlement offer made _ by Wilson, according formation .reaching from Indianapollp, wh'ere the union officials ara In.'Guilon.' r. motion that the pretl- 1 fce sutmiUedvlp a of the-members union, would-involyfl.: n delay'bif weeks, ado wa_s aaid to have been voted down. Acting-President Lewis, of the miners, according to the .Informa-" tlon, sa'.d the president's offer be accepted before night. EXPECT DECISION TODAY INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 10. President Wilton's for ending the strike rtlll un; der consideration, ths conTe'rence'- of miners rccesBed at 12.05 this afternoon unit! 1.30 for lunch. Act- ing President Jchn {..-Lewis said he crpe-ted the rnlntrs finish he mnhe INDIANAPOLIS, [r.d., Dec, 10, tjcnCrfll ccminittce ol the Unilerf Mine ot Afrisrica reconvened shortly ,iil-r 10 orclctk thl? for further consideration of President Wil- son's proposal for ending the strike of delegates remaining :ii France.', ar ritcd Lerc at 11 o'clock. They Imroc illalely hoarded the transport Amcr lea, on which Lhey will sail tor the United Slates. CLOSE FOR HOLIDAYS LONDON', Dec. Block chance hero will be closed, during December 2e, 26 and Jan. 1. PORT DARWIN, Auitnlii, Die. Ron Smith, th> AUi- tralian aviator, arrived hera frarn England, thus winning a prize ot. offered for thl firrt tor. to make the voyage, Under ihe conditions .laid down by the Australian government when It offered a price for mak- ing a flight from England lo Aui- tralla, the distance of hia to be covered in 30 daya. Capt- HOSR Smith Ir-lt the HoUQplow Tlatton field near London at 9 o'clock, v. ]2, on liis rllffhl Is .Australia On TTov. 18 lie reached Cairo, and OIL !ov. 19 he continued his flight, ami n Nov. 23 reached Delhi. India. I'roir. here he continued his nicbl until he cached Kanicon, voulhwaTil t that cltr, making a numher- cr tops llie Malay penlnaula ami n the. ielanilB of Oceania. He arrived .t Dlma, OE Sunbawa Island, near' lava, Mondar Port ia near the northeni- raosL'lip o( Auilralia, belruj near .Hie own of Palmerson. 'An Interesting oC the latter jart of Uie trip''was the International developed between tha British CapL Smlio and LleuL Poulol, tlic rwach niilltarr aviator. 1'oulet left Parts (or a fllgbt, la: AUE-. .ralla oh'Oc.t.' t, nearly a moatnibefore Tapt' Smith'atArted, from Ixmdpri. The englishman caught up 'witk Foulet. In jidtB, however, the aviators meeting in' Hanson- and both for tok on Dec. I. The liro alnnea start- ed oft nearly (ocether from Banckok the No repprla have wen Teceired, however, as lo 'Jthe irhereabouts of the French aviator aC- tor leavlnr Bangkok. WILL PRESIDE.OVER ARBITRATION COURT ST. N. B., Dec. D. Chandler, JTidge ot the Wcslmorelanc] coiirt, who was nominated by the two other memten, been approved by the department of Ottawa, for appolnLment u chairman of. the. dilation board which will deal the waed dfsputfl beLK'een the Canad- ian Pacific JUllway and the local freight handlarm' union. MACLEOD MAN A MEMBER OF ROYAL. CANADIAN INSTITUTE Dec. The -following have been clecled members of tho Hoyal Canadian Instllute: LleuL Ernest. Cam- iei, Macleod; William Darid Thompson Jones, Saskatche- wan: Albert James Jnller, toria; John Allan Ruth- ertonl, Victoria. .INDEMNIFY GERMANS FOR SUKRENDERED SHIPS HKUI-IX, Dec. for surrendered I'O. KAYMONI) MAN ON BAD CHEQUED CHARGE! Indemnification amounting lo from'the German government by ihc 'Ihjfl Jno German shipping a-isochtlon, nccoril- to the Hcrlln Oaznttc. Shin- porg nro eoitl to liavo alrcaJy yald oiil Ihc most of this sum. ncctton wllh underLiklnga In no way concerned with shipping and avo now slipped (o be demanding between -and ll.OOO.OOD.tiOO mirks mQre, 1msIdea addlllonal funds for fcuilrfJnp Mnthlai Urzbsrger, inlnTsLsr o? .nee, ll la asscrLcil, lias rromlscrl the t (Special to Tho Herald) Dec. E. Pelcr- II. of'Jlayroonil. formerly of Havre, which would be completed Jotnllpby Iho United Stales and Canada. Am- onu thoao expected to oppose Ihe plan Senator, Wailsworlh of Xow York and George CI in I on ot Buffalo. i LGAVJNG WASSllNGTOX! Modelled After Seattle Fracas ______ f-cfore T, J, ODrtoii, Jus- lice of the peace on a cKargo of Issu- ing frauQulenl ehciines, "6no. AL Lolh- bridge and one al Kuymond, IX3NIXJX, cable) i WINNIPEG, Dec. 10.--EMilIarity.be- no-foundation, tile '.Daily c iwcen the Scnllle general strike. Fcb- nn money. STERLING EXCHAMOE W.WJi NEW VonK, Dec. on Mcrllne exchanRO continued Iheir downward course loday, checks being quoted nt lr. Ihc etWence. and lhal In Seattle Were said thjlof this wilneia, Ihll crown to be contained iu Ihls pamph- j let.. (ConllnueJ on Twi j ;