Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME Xllt. SIXTEEN PAGES UiTHliniDGE, ALBERTA. TIIUHSIUY, DECEMHEU SIXTEEN' PAGES NUMIJE1V 1 Cremr Again Attacks Protection Farmers to Have Chain of Papers WOODSTOCK. N. B., Dec. When lion T. A Crerar, former Loin- vas located in Heglna from-where Itc wus pul on the Inln but'iroL uff at Medicine HsL Here he WRS lalten charge of hy. the city polite but-cpcapcd from custody on Octolicr IBtn.-Mid was not Leard of until found, a's stated, In I'asco, AV Fishing ton. In tbo Information given the pollco by the falher In 'Novercber, he Htated COPENHAGEN, Dec. Litvinoff, the Kustlan soviet rep- reienlative now engsged In nego- tiatfoni htrt, hn addreieed lo the rtprcscntallvei of the allied powen a' copy of a resolution adoptfd en Dtc. 5, by the seventh of oovle-Ls it Moicow, authorizing peace fie gat iat Ions the allici, In a covering letter, M. Lltvln- off ilatea that should ba taken BS formal offer authorizing him lo enler inlo preliminary neflctla- 'Japt Send Troopi Uec. Jan- iiesa troops are being sent Inlo'Sl- 1 fcerla, FRV official dispitchej from Vladivostok received here lorlay. Two transports no--v aro unloidinE at Vladi- vostok, the' messages advised, and others arc reported nu route. "New Bolshevik Orlvo COPENHAGEN', Dec. forces liave begun a new offenpive near Kuprowa, Recording to n ropcrc rom tho bureau at Hrga, under Jlouday's date. All attacfes so 'ar have been repulsed, but Hie fight ins conllnues, Jt 13 eatd. Negotlale With Bolshlw COPENHAGEN, Dflr. 11.- While the oallook for an re em cut looking to en exchange of prisoners IE. upon; the regarded as most, unpromising here, ono matter which may reauH Carmania and Slan'land in Crash 500 Miles From Hali- fax in Stormy Waters DAMAGE SMALL, AND HOTII PROCEEDING Chief Jusllco Haien nnd K. W. Wismoro. Af.P., of EL John, Tvhose Tlclt' to Otlawa rsnTed tho rumor that Ihe former intended re- 1IAUFAJ. X.S., Dec. traced? of IhQ eea Tvai aterted by thu merest hair's breadth last, evening when Ihc Cunnrder Carmania and Ibe British sicamer ilairlaot] crashed loRBlher In the waters olf Cape Race. Eferly last evenlai lUttom alone the coast picked up S.O.S. slfnal faahea by iha Carmania mid Ihe startling USTVS al once lerired mem- ories of the and Titanic disasters. Laler the -wLreless finpplled tht !D- rormallon (hat And Maryland hr.d been iR collision fiOO miles from Haifa i. that his ehlp bad been sert- Joining the Dominion government and oiisly damaged. Capt. Nelson o! the that Mr. would rcsisn MjiCErmpnJa immediately seat out the seat to mate for Sir Dougla-. j any negotiallons irera on or not, it seems settled that. IDB chief iusllce will slay Trliere be is. any Hi JOB- about his people, find con- the hoy -KM presumad to have tlnucd to.refuse to glvo Ihe Informa-J ECJHO lo tU6 UE ho liad aurother tion iinlii last night, when he CokeTllle.-Wyoming, who !n a letter to his father at llaymond, Can- the hahii of Montana, la. I and Iho that he wooJd The who !s very-amall found In oqc of UICBQ Iwo places, ago, bad been pi.ked lip by'the Juve-1 yn }ast Hiram Dories was nile authorllles in who had apprehended by Constable -Aylnn o[ found him a homo with Dr. and Mrp. llhc of tho A.P.P.j Olilid3, Jle remained wilh them for for helng in pOEECtsion of a siuleii aboul weeks when he left, "and i saddle and a IIOTSO belonging to hla as he staled, "I, cm on my'way. but fnllicr, cridcnlly Intending'lo mako don't kiiow wboro I am I his way to the Elates. VEIN TO SUCCEED LAPOINTE, WILL-BE ACCLAMATION la stated by Quebec Liberals that C. A. Vein, who has been nominated In Kamouratio county, to succeed Ernest Lapolntc, .will most likely be elected by acclamation. They cay the farmers In general aro supporting him, TORONTO, Dec. ll.-Apparently R. H. HAUJEIIT, M. P., TO Ihe city of Toronto is poing to fight; .____ T the co'mpiiisary varrlnntlon orflcr Is I ULVK UP PRESIDENCY Crrcy, nrillsh ainlnssaior lo the Unlt-jcil incn back Into r.lvll occupation, but cd States, notified Secretary of Stnto li was a liarj matter to handle all of Landing loilay that he was reluming to England very soon on leave of ah- thcto. Sir Arthur considered that OF ONTA1HO FARMERS surd by Ihe provincial board o[ The order, vrJifrh -made (hroufth i nr. J. McCullonsh. provincial oRl- i cor of hcallh. gavo'lhc city -IS hotira TOUOXTO. Dec. IL JIalberl, there in which to Issue a Tirorlair.atEnn. rail- Tvns a need of a brond, statesmanlike [ng an ii-.e to bo vac Ijp'on? from negotiations holwcen. James Ilin flrillsli eor- emiactit, and M, LlUlnoff, Iha ilele- gate-of. Ihe-BOTlct-admtnlstration, was Ihe BTanllne'brperTnlESlon'by vlct gprernment for (he enlry ol .food nnd Jporcey for Uritlsh priaoncra inlo lhat country. In return (La Uol Bheviki.wlll-bo given Ihe rlghl lo im porl a shipload o[ dnigs for their own -so. r Doth. Drlllsh and Russian era may send lelterg homo at slatcil Intervals, according to nrrangcmeats which bave been made. Plan pitrDflrjid Offensive STOCKHOLM, ol- fentlvo agatnsL- Fetrograd Is being plajired, accorduig to an Interview with C. G. Llanoaow, head of the Hus slon jjorthivcsl jirlnletl In tho Helaingfors Huvnd Ktndsbladct j Tlio most. Important step, M. Idanozow enya, la lo arrango-for Joint nclloti hy the arrnlea of while Itussia, Finland and Eslnonla. It Is declared that men ot the llussian northwesl army not disarmed following their recent relreal from the Pelro- grad front and are now fully equipped John Perrie, .Aolhority on Muni- cipal Matters, Receives Sudden Summons Pcrrie; deputy minister ot municipal affairs' for Alberta, died In SI. Paol yester- day on his way to Ilocliesler, Minn. A wire readied tho city last night an- nouncing his death, but without fur- ther particulars, .Mrs. PerrJa had Jott thfl city during the day in response lo a summons from her husband, but ho died before she reached liirn. Mr. Pcrrifc went lo Vancouver aboul two ngo on sick leave, but Ins condition, not improving- Uiero, bis physicians advised him to return cast for consultation nl nccViCater. had been In Ill-health for foino time, hut ho had been able lo keep up his work until ho left for tho coast. and prepared lo fight. Whether Lord Groy will return to llcy or Bivlaff employment to the re Is dependent upon the solrtlera, otherwise thero was of hla hcing ablo to ar- range bis personal bualncas Interests 1Mltl nnd upon tho decision of (ho Urlttalt I foreign ofllcc na to whether he alono i can carry forward (ho grea: j for common action by Urea I IJrlUln find tho United Stales In Lhe re-organ- fzallon of flnanco nnd Inlcroatlonal rotations. Grty has fn Lhe Unlt- Lounil to Lc gop10 hardship during this ed Stales lesft than tiircc months and cxpecls to leave ii-bont Iho licglnnlng of next year. Sir William for- TUtr tinder-secretary of tho British for- elg-T oJIlce, who consented to accom- pany htm as an ftct cf pcrional frlencl- BDlp, nnd Koonld Campbell, who camo M an.attache to Iho embassy, will re- i 0 tuni ilth him lo England, DR. CLARK MENTIONED The iS the matter to crcd hy (ho bnr.rd of i morning The hoar-l too visual h journcfl Tvithf'ii'l lion" 'even being mentioned. OTTAWA, Dae. pollU- cn] circles DID namo of chael Clark, member for Ilerl Door, la being mentioned for Iho EcnMo vacancy In Alberta, dun to the death of Senator Poler TnlboL The vacancy may not ho rilled for some lime. P., lor North Ontario nnti president of Iho Tilled FarmoTs. has defmlloly il Is not lo stand for th- of r.ho organ- iir-.linn and hla connec- with the United Farmers of On- bis orariil cnpic-lty at the ao- mill noxt week. Mr. has been prcslrlenl ol Tnlted rarnisrs of Ontario for five yeara. distress call. Jii am Inc. lion of file damagn luatalned made and. bap- was Iu uo danger. She had lie en siniek by the Maryland OB ilar- board elds end the damage ,ivaa ;iil above the water line. Tha Ciriuania then wlrelOAscd lhat ibe Tras aot serl: oualy> damaged, did not require as- sistance, and wat proceeding to Hall- Tbe Maryland also to have escaped wilhont serious damn fa and reported that she continuing her voyage lo London. The Carmanla carries large num- jer. of passengcrB, Includlns Illcuard foricerly o( New York, the Famous End bla .'wHe, Lody CQlbarlna lloward nnd- I'roCes- eor Lloyd The lost report from her stated .that sha was "proceediag all and would probably arrive la lloJifai U. 3. Steamer Ashore 1 STDXEV, N. 3., IJec. ed Slatea steamer Lako Dalcwood h'aa Just run ashore on Port Hood Island' 30 miles norlh of Point Tupper. As: sistanco is being sent (rom PFcloh aiifl tho steamer RcsUcss U solup from Sydney. The Lake Dalewood ii in a very exposed position nnd pounding heavily and likely [o ba a total wreck. Aihore at Capo Blue SYDNEY, N. S., Dec. Un- llcd States shipping board steamer Lako Elmsdnla Ig reported by Ic-.s to the local-marine and flstiErles ofilco as being a shore at Cape Llluo, near Hart our an Douche Anticonlsh, Just outaldo strait of Cnnso, The vessel la reported to he In. great dan- ger nnd I-i lo tho [uH awccp of the Clemenceau in London; Conferring About Italy LONDON, Dec. 11. Andrew Sonar Law, Iha government leader, 1 arxwflrlnQ reveral questloni In the houia of commons today, hint- od that Iha Adriatic troubfe was a of dlicuKion between Premier Clomenoeati of France, Foreign Minister of [faly, 1 and Premier Lloyd George, ai wai Ihe Auitlan quettlon and aUo Tur- He gave no Indication of the ccuraa af the conference, how- ever. Clemenceau's Arrival Dec. I'remJer of Kmncs arrlred Iiero.lhls morn In t- During hLs In Ixindon he will cofifer Vith Premier Lloyd (Icorgc and foreign Scialoia of Italy, A special IrnlH had hecn sent lo Tnlkcalono to mcot M. Clcmencmu, bul (ho Preiich destroyer, on which tlie fcremler crossed tho channel, encoun- cd roueh stfcs nnil Iti captain, de- cided lo proceed to IJoTor Instead. Crowds outside find Inside Victoria station cheered Iho Grrlvnl of the Proncli premier, who was greeted by IVemlor IJoyd George, Curzon. of Kodoloitono', secretary for foreign and Waller Hunio first lord of the admiralty. When tho iirem ler groelcd JJoyd Gecfrga he said English: ''I am glad lo ECO you.1' The premier thtn droro lo the trench i Tho Iwo prim a ministers began llieir (Special lo The- EDMONTON, DSC. ments have now been completed that stock can be chipped free to districts there la feed until December 3M next. BUOALLAL, NOT OATO, AS SPANISH PREMIER MADRID, Dec, has apparently abandoned his attempt lo form a ciblnol and fount dc HiiRalltl, mlnlater of fin- ance In Ihn Tora rahlncl. Is now attempting to form n (fovcmmenl. O O.B.U. BUSY IN FERNIE fSpccinl lo Tho llcrnld.) -1.- Dec. la ro- v imrled Iliat a branch ol Iho OB.II, has been organized In Fcrnla recently with William Pollor as president. Fertile lo Rcxford Service Cut To Save Coal While Coal Available (Sp-clal lo The ir-rnld) FEHNIK, Deo. dally G. N. Mayor Marshall Re-elected In Calgary Majority Entire Citizens Ticket Gale and Aid. Broatch Gels Two Seats on School Board. CALGARY, Dec. llio largest 272 Totea. Marshall anj vole ever polled In tho city of Earr, Mayor n. C. ?.Iarshall was re- elected, defeating Alderman T. G. Ruttle hy 2.274. passenger train running from Mnrshall. The Rnlllc, ere: The to noifonl wp-3 taken off t Ills'week Injtolal vote polled in tlie mayoralty coo v nrdor to conEcrrc tho coal supply.'lest was or 400 more than Ihc I Complatnl? wore mado and II In rum- lotal voto iioUccl last yenr, whicli ivas I ored thai the railway commission limn nny other rrcviotu. -r i formed Iho company that, ns they were Thero was only 0119 momtml of procuriiiB their coal in Cannrla, it VORWAERTG SAYS THAT KAISER WAS MADMAN conferences In Lloyd 1 4 Dec. Com- mcnllop on a four Vfilnme compilation' of a pro-war history, the Vorsrflerlg snyi: "Who crcr reada Ihe former George's official resldenco In cniporor'A marginal street at U o'clock. It was cipoclcd IIiO mrednp would last i through the day nnd tomorrow. T're- mlcr Lloyd George nbanOoncil his usual Thursday visit In Die hoiiae of cotnntoiis In order In jilaco his Itmo entirely fit Ihc of M, t.'lemen- havo no donbl. lhat Oer- inflny. before the war, was rul- ed by ncit to a matt ma li." fho books na "four on the tomb ot tho (lernian non- arc hy." SHOP EARLY Only H More Shopping Days, Till Christinas not ba'necessary to ciirtflll Ihc train service tMa sido o( Ihc border. The train Is nrnv running as usual. PARIS, Dec, (Havus.) French ,troops have with D'Annuniio'i-volunletri al Flume many weri) killed anJ wound- ed both iidei, according lo iJlipiloh printed by the Petit with It tifd that D'Annuniio troops htfi' French at Flume, doubt about the rcEUlt and that was at the very beginning ot the count, when iho first poll to be reported, At tho city market, cave Alderman lulUe R majority of three. After thai, however, doubt vanished, for nearly every poll as It. was'reported relied up Iho majority "of Mayor Marshall. Undcp the plan of vollnp, the alder- manic lioArd will not. lie until somo ilinc today, but on Ihc (aoi or voles IVeLUcr will hear] poll, with Uroatch and Mm, Gale, labor, a closr Eccor.il and third. H Is Ihol Freeze, Adams and Sliouldlre will also elected. on Ihe icHool ranrll- tlales Is so fntoniplelo lhat a predic lion can herdly lie made. Up lo carJy Ihis morning it is in- j dtcatcd that the prcoistllcB calling j for. pay for alderrncu and In-connec- tion with the drug storoi would carry. Tho bridge bylaw (vrd Iho hospital by- law were almost certain (o be, car- ried, but nuivinuVnS 5Sd EClVagO bylaws wcro doubtful. Citizens Ticket Wini CALOAUY, Dec. rr- lurns In -thu municipal election on show lhat .Mayor TO QET AWAY FROM IT Dec. tsrape an olher poaslhlo" 6utbreak of influenza------------- numbers ol people leaving! WHS re-called tor ft term of TxHidon'and going" to tho EOHtU of I one year ovnr hla opponent. AWer- Englnn'd; [laly. I. G. a majority 01 Tlnltle -votes, Ihe total of 7.052 being Ike heaviest poll ever recorded t a Calgary civic election, In spite of the severe weather. Tho citizens committee scored a sweeping rlclory in the aldcnnaDlc contest, all totir of Its rnnritdatca win- nliis out, Tbcy arc George' Webster, prominent contractor; S. IL lawyer; Capt. Fred Shouldicc, return- ed vcleran and lawyer; and Alder- man Franl; freeze, innnagcr ot (ho Calvary branch of the Canadian Crertlt Agency. The two other aldermen cliosen re-clcclcd for two years. They avo Alderman A. G. Uroatch, a labor candidate nnd enthusiastic ad- vocate of Iho One lilg Union, and Sirs. Annie Gale, whose tenrienr.y has hecn to support labor (deals fn the council. The two labor won largt- ly through the system of proporltoaM rcpresenlntlon. Successful candUatcj? for the scTioo1! board were V. S. Selwood anl Mrs. F. cnrlorscn Ly the conimUtec, and Tl. D. Oale and Harry Prydc- labor T. IV. Dakcr. John Burns and G. D. Vcntnl vcrn to the separate school board. t'oiir money by-laws were pasi- cd bv the ratepayers as follow: '_ for sewerage disposal plant; for extensions IP systems; J155.07S.37 to 1m added 1o another by-law for huildlnK A contrite bildgfe to replace the Iron Lonlso Ijrltlfie orer the How rlrer; and oii.OOO for n hospital addition. The voters paiBtil favorably on rt plp.blselle to nllow drug alores to ircll toilet arlfcleJ, etc., closing hcura (or tho pi.