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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TWENTY PAGES LKTHUHIDGE, AT.BKP.TA, SATURDAY, DKCKMBKH 13, 1919 TWENTY PAGES NUMBER o Peace With Bolsheviki-Huns to Sign About Christmas W Maybe it Caused This Weaiher Dciminds uf Husshin liccls Arc! Too Much fur Jliillic States Says OfTidiil An- nouncement SOVIET FORCES ARE CONTINUING ADVANCE DORHAT, Dec. Is offic- ially announced thst Ihe delegates of Ihe Salllc states In conference have been unable to agree on Ihe questions of establishing the fron- tier lines and guarantees lo the Bolshevik demands, to which the Es'honlans say Ihsy cznnol reply until the frontier is Ect'.lcrt. Mean- time, the Uojshevik troops are. poundlrvj the Narva nplably the sector held by Gen. Yuden- itch's forces. Bolsheviks Advancing Porto Rican Students Are Greqtly Concerned About Prof. Portia's "A collie'lon irlVh He head o[ a" the cornel was of largo cause a calamlly such as he predicts, ]IUL would have warniuj; luoL such a Ihing was go- ine tn haijpcn There Is no comet of tho size visible wlilch would Lo npt to cause- such a calamity AS thnt mentioned by the rrofessbr'1 U. S. PUTTING TRAINS BACK, HAVE COAL NOW NEW Y011K, DCL'. running iclo New YorK resunleil oper- ation today of a number of second suctions of regular trains, folloivint Hie action of Iho railroad administra- tion in oasiiiR llic fuel conservation j restrictions. Resumption of tfan great jmajority of Iraina uhicl; were tun- cclCcd nlCogctflcr has IJCCN for Monday liy negtoDal Director Ilar- Tho Solar Corona, as phohtofiraphfrf by Dr, .Morlze. director of tbe Ilia Janeiro Observatory, at Brazil, on May 1510, This photograph Is one of the best taken at lhat time. Note the great coronal streamers Dec. 13.--The clly; extondlug out one million miles; also the great "prominence" al tLe left of Poltava, about 75 inllcs southwest' hand, upper portion. H miles nigh and hart n base 300 QUO of Kharkov, has been capture! from miles and Is the largest eruption of Iho sun crer photographed Gnu. Denlklne'3 troops by the IIol- shcrlkl. according lo news received by Maxims LllvlnoIZ, the Bolshevik emissary here. (The capture of Khar- kov was reported In a soviet nc-vern- iijent dispatch recciveil on Friday.) Assassination Attempt LOXDO.V, Doc. BulshcTlX communication from Moscow .reports an attempt lu assassinate'Gen Ba.-Jtoff. The general, says was wounded In both lega. The assassin threw a bomb iatb his motor Will Leavo Esihonia DOJIPAT, Dec. of tha northwestern Russian government, ac- cording lo C. C. Lianoiow, premier, will, withdraw, from Estlioula dialoly. M. uanozoiv macio the statement in reply to a communication from the Ksthonian premier to the effect that t'io presence of the northu-aalurn government linil created difficulties 1 n Ea Hi on la, wb i cu was compelled thereby lo declare an ncilve war the Holsheviki, while desiring lo lake only dflltimlTe action. Tho announcement says the cabinet "finds it necessary to say lint pub- lication at Ihlf time of Ihc reasons leading lo IMC slitinrrocX of aH the hopes of Uio Husslim government ami tbo army 021 the northwestern front would lie improper and not in the interest of the common "Russian cause." The ViHlemcnl say3 Hint the tleci- sum of thn north western government lo from KsLhonla may have an fnipuHnnt effect on the conference Loin is, held by- representatives of soviel Russia and Ihe Baltic slates as the Bolshevik! hare lalrl special em- Iiliaata upon llic withdrawal of the Hussion goreinnierit and indiraled Great Jtritain troul Intercede with the United States for Italy. Signer Sctaloia will leave for Rome loday lo lay the mailer before ,ia government. The spirit which prevails at the Lou don conference, the Matin says, is Hood and the necessity Cor close co- operation l-f the allies recognlzeci. Conference Resumes LONDON, Use. inlcr-aWcd conrerencc was resumed this morning In Douning slrrei with Premiers Lloyd George and elgn Minister Sclalols. ol Hilly, and other olficials of the Drlllsli, French and Italian governments The IJrillsh confreres Included Earl Cur- yon, Arthur J. Halfour antl Andrew Donar Law, Jules Camboii wltli Premier Clemericeau." The liallia naval la London and oilier Italian embassy .officials also were after pdcn Ibat'Sifiiiolf Sclalola hnd Italy. H raporte'fl lhat his Journey was for tbe purposu of consulting.Jiis gov- ernmflnl iviih roferencD..to Lnn-allfeiL proposilion for the sctLlcnicnt ,of tlie Adriatic jiroblern. ?cbn PATHS, Dec. An- nouncement relalirc lo cngDgemenla hy Premiers Clcmrnccau and Lloyd Georgo aL the conference they are holding in London be marie about Dec. I5j according to the Echo Paris. Montreal Star Publishes .ional Article Outlining Ac- lion of Agitators RAIMA GOLDMAN MIXED UP PLOT MONTREAL, Dec. Mon- t treal star says the Reds hero hope for a soviet government in the spring. It states that the Rods hope to upset the government somewhere about May 1 an dto apply lo Montreal and Can- ada generally tho principles ol LeolDG and Trotzky. Continuing, Iho Star says lha Reds hold meetings every day In tills mef- ropolLs, thai Bolshevist literature is Imported by tlie ton for the Montreal Itcople and that scvhools arc being carried on for tho purpose o[ makloy efficient Jteil teachers and Tho SLnr says (he Reds haa decided to lako action la a One Big Union or Rolshcvlst Tray last Bprlng, but later- national dlsaeaslon finally broke uj) the plan. Largo sums of money, how- ever, bave been raised to assist thu ringleaders now under trial at Win- nlnpe. This wag done by the sain of what was Known "Libsrlr bonds." Money la now being raised by dances and other ways. The newspaper says that tho Reds are noTV trying to undermine the labor unions, whllo women are. "planted" in factories to spvr discontent. Sinister tales arc toJJ of the Russian technical ail body, ivhlch specializes (L-ls clQlm- cJ, ou engines ot destruction. .In conclusion, tbe Star claims that Alexander. Enirna. Gold- j man, anarchists, wero the United Slates on Information sec-, urcd in Montreal and lhat the govurn-'. roent Trill-adopt'the same policy toV ward local Reds. Premier Nilti Makes Announce- ment in Explaining- Affair of Persia Singed Minalnre Rebellion Hold- ing Government Buildings For Three Days Dec. of diV lurbanccs In Trinidad as o, result ot a BtevcfJore strike aro confirmed by UK colontnl office. Men were lanJed from Ihe warship Calcutta and a few per- son.q were injured before order was rq stored. It ivaa aaid. A local disturb Rnce lias also occurred on tlio Island of Tobago, northeast ot Trinidad. Rising of Negress LONDON', Dec. 13.-r-Labor disturb. in'lhe Ilrltlsh-Islands of Trlnl The nollfled awards Earelled In Oc- quc., Dec. 'Uio train collision which occurred near iMIlan ycstcviby inftnilne, nana- Inn tho death of Ivo men, was entire- lj accidental and duo lo Ihc fact fho cye-ptn of ihc switch controlling thn sUIng was brftkftn, waa !ho ver- dict Tendered by the coroner's Jury NKVV YOHK, Dec, all round decline In foreign cs- rhang-e. especially Ihe rate on and rcnuwcd stringency In the tloinestlc monoy niarkel, due primarily (o-the acllon ol Iho fcdnrnl reserve banV, were tlio OHlslaiJilIntf features ot this 'week's reactionHry sloc-'k t'liTLhor unacltlcmcnt wan crcat- C'l Ijy a revival of KtiiiMatlon from forcfgn forces, heavy of hfeli tfraflo Issues, cppcclall.v lallp, ncCDmpanylnr; the demoral- ization In cxrtiango. Call loaiiB rOEO to 15 per cent, In Inn local money market and lime funils woro Kcarccr than nl anj' time slnco last monlli'fl viol- ent decline, fiuL of town IjnnVs using most of their reserve? for the purchase of mercantile paper. Although foreign exchange hag shov.-n steady dcprcciatbiL for many months, it was nut until thlg ivcck that the sltnRtlon gave rise lo general apprehension. An- nouncement hy the DrlHsh Tovcrn- mcnt that It would not romr' to ar'lflrlil mentis to siahllU'? thft market canned hlllg to lo the new of J3.G5 1-1. Thla reprosents n crease of ?S or more ilinii of UK normal value, TJnukcra arc agreed lhat unless slops lo readjust Ihe Hrlllsh ralu arc spceillly laltcn a sliarii reduc- tion of this country's export? must ensue. Itcports received dyirlng the week Indlralo a itetv recorJ thus far Ihfa year Tor Un- ited Stales, foreign trade, i mid i of the increase U ciuo lo commodity prices. In America and raised a by spying lhat he iras "l Ilnd himself back in Ixindon. where a man did nol even Jiavu to pretend to dry. I WASHIN'QTON, Dec. procla- iinallon by PresIdenl-WllsoH regardlni; Hie Uth jleceniilal censun whlcli IB lo be taken beginning Jan. was made public today by Ibe census bure.iu. WOULDN'T CHANGE LOST MILLIONS NKW YOnK, Dec. sllpula- Men in Ihc will of Frank Work, con- temporary capitalist wllh Jay Oould, who left nn cstalo valued at I 000, Ihat hla twin grandsons, Francis i and Kdrmind HiiVni; llochc. should llioir surname to Work; keep of j I'rglaiul and nalurailzeil ct'- of tha ll-ilted Slates on rczch- J Im; 21, haa never teen coil-plied with, according In .T rtporl of the- trustee'; of cilr.'c. In tho sur-j Ir, the usl-tjo ft'.is Imllcaleil by tht; lrii'iteG.% as a rosnlt of Ihla vinlalfon ot I tbe will, llowfivpr, each will rvrrivp uiiclor ,1 faintly It v.'iis said, anil that their sister, Cyn- IliK wife of Kcnit Hnrlen. nil! receive SHOP EARLY Only 9 More Shopping Days Till Christmas TYPICAL PRUSSIAN RETIRED FROM GERMAN ARMY UKHLLV, Dec. Major-Gen, llehv hard I, former Knisslf-n minister of who was charged ivilh direct rc- sponslbllliy Tor Iho execution of 2? ynllors licre last March. Im.i been or dered (o retire fronl the army Iialf pay. upon The wlilcli was ordered by President Kljerl, cpme as a sur- prise In according lo Ihe National GnzcUe, because no ques- ttons were directed (o military authori- ties and no advlch was regiiestert. Ocn. RelnhanIL will not bo prosecuted, U slid. Capl. Glullcttl. who was responsible, rllh other officials, for the diversion lo Flume of ihc stearnrr Persia, which was ostensibly destined lo China, dis- cussed Ihc Irealy todny. U was be- rcd at (be lltnc of Uio Persia In- cident Ihal Ihc nrrng on hoard Iho clpal lown ot llic Island, Vcre stormed and held, for three days. The olflcEiil advices given out, however, do not mention such an occurrence. From today's official messages If appears that the trouble originated in Tobago, 22 miles of Trini- dad. Seamen from Ilio Calcutta landed there. 'The police fired upon N'illl wish 'Ihc name of Flume would not, be mlied un in our political dls- cuaslon. Fiumc rcpreselils on Idea' in Trinidad occurred and rioting fol- lowed in which one man ivaa killed, Ilelurned EOklicrs were Implicated had been granted Iho work- tcrvenc In the Internal affairs of Hus- ;anl (o I can lha leri b rt r destined (o China and she would 1 returned lo Italy from Vladivostok with nctdcil You Hocirtllsla hnvc ono opinion about Itussra nnti we have unolhcr, but 1 wish it under- stood we do not Intend lo mix Russia's Internal politics." i f, f. j SINN FEIN EXPECT STEAMS ,B CLEAN-UP THIS SINKING IN N. ATLANTIC nOSJTOX. Mass.. Per. 4 rcffivM here to- f.< WEEK-END SAYS REPORT n! Spain [tea Is quiet, hut try districts aro sllll disturbed. Tort Iho coun- BRITISH STEAMER ASHORI NEW YORK, Doc. BritfU Bteamstlp OrnnRt Park today ashore on Long Island, seven eabl o( Amoroso Cbannel light. ship scnl out S.O.S. calls. The vessel is ot net lona and was last re- ported at on Nor. 11. _________ The Orange Park reported thai.her NKVV VOHK, Dec. lo position was "dangerous' tnil thtt n spechl Cork ca.Mo to a raornlne i tugs wer6 needed. comrnandant clay sal.f the' Ilrlllsh steamer inewspc-if r.'nn fess-or than s thousand aerTke sent Meslna ivaa in a sinking con- dition In the north Atlantic. The ailcl U would be Irnpoaslblc to saro liur, arrests nro expected by (he Sinn F'cln hy Ihc cml ot the week In lha clean up" movement by. tho British EOvernmcnl In Ireland. H was thought orcry Klnn Fein leader will bo Inlfed j. ter to scene. The rising tide driven the sel luriher upon the beach al 11 o'clock and sho was out dis- tress signals tor w.M .Mil nn hoard al ;