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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -TWELVE THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEtkAU) DECEMBER 14. .1920 WEST MUST PROVE THAT DISCRIMINATION IN FREIGHT RATES EXISTS NEW WESTERN ELEVATORS VlsVrOfVS VIEW OF SCHWAB'S HOME (Philadelphia 'Schwa OTTAWA, Dec. Press.) a sitting of ttc board cf ralKay commissioners at Ottawa, to be held tome lime in March, the board will jiroJeed with a general inquiry Into railway rates throughout Can- ada. was decided at tho confer- ence this morning between the board representatives o( tho railways anil other parties interested in ttio The ilinerary of meetings will be de- cided on nt the genera! meeting in March, tat !r> the meantime the rail- ways must furnish to Interested, par- ties any information bearing on the matter of railway rates which may be desired. Although not definitely de- cided, it was suggested that the board o'pen Us western sittings at Vancouver early in April, tho western sittings to to followed .by sittings in iho_ maritime provinces "t East's Position J H, lisa, the tans. dian .Manufacturers' association, veln" pbasized the point that tho eastern rallua% rates pretailmg not be regarded ncce'sarily Ss fair and equitable He was ho taid speaking merelv for eastern interests The Canadian Manufacturers.'. tlon was a western us well as au eastern organization, bu! since Mha" west and marUinie were claiming that discrimination: against them existed in the might be taken for granted that the eastern rates uere satisfactory. This not necessarily tile case and it was (o realize It it the outset chief commissioner, Hon. F. B. {Jarvell, said that tho. purpose- of Ihp Investigation was to.decide whether his colleagues on the hoard iudicatEi) early in the discussion that they con-j sidered this-to be the proper method of procedure. The case as esplalned by the chief i commissioner at tho divides Itself into three general I allegation that tho rates are dlscrim-1 iuatory nsaiusl tho west. The cation of British Columbia for the doing away of tho present higher mountain rates and the application cf Nova Sootla and. New Brunswick lor a number of changes in tho existing rate situation, including the restora- tion of the differential rates that ax- Isted prouous io 1315 H J Sjmlngloii, counsel for the1 government of .-Manitoba and Mr. Arcy Scott, who with Premier Mar- a felt his inafble psla.w at reel and Kireralde drive, .uses the paint ___.5 worta of _____, Inferior Is slaafeoX'Se gveu km4 priwte oft a (ho great organ Sr.. Incidentally, SJcinrab'B fav'o'riI e' mil steal com p o- itf liosary" do you think of my Htte steel king when everything (Replied the visitor: "I tell you, Charlie, it IB'one swell This reminds one of the remark the aged PitUburgar oa the top of a Fifth when riding past tho late Audww'lifjnegiq'a huge marble residence- 'f> s i And) "itirelyihas himself a mean -r EEU GlVES-SCKOQl- ri j A HOLIDAY ST JOHX.-N B.-Dec an eel had Brawled Into the pipes of (lie School and kindly pre- reachlDg the furnacesafce children of King Edward school of this city recently eujoyed a holiday It took a da> to get lie isit or out of his ret'cat and the heat on in the school: BfWBfflf Purifies Wood v' x 9 tin, represented Saskatchewan strong li urged Ibat Ihe onus of vc't ,jjould j-esif with'the railways ira Mr Carvell in his recent Judgijenl had acknowledged that western rates arc higher but the board was not inclined to this i Commissioner Rutherford remarked i-i i_i oue to the allegation had' been mada b. the" of the western provinces, and it vis a case of and ctioct and thit >lr Symington had largelyJjeofl -uu.s cut shows the'Domlnion government elevators Saskatoon, Moose 'Jaw and Calgary. PAiD HIS FINE WITH CHANGE NEW ?2 for a mis- demeanor, a peddler took a roll of biils front his pocket and handed a "ten" to the clerk in the Bssei Market Court yesterday. was given ?S .change and left Later-the clerk .diEcoVered the ''ten" was a one" raised by the First Canadian Appointed To Fellowship at Oxford tho general nte basfs irgvalnn; In tho vest was too high ns compared Tfith that of the east It was not the intention of the hoard to start TV ilh j pasting of a printed cipher the supposition thit eastern rates ftem all 'right. Neither was !t tiie intention cf the board to assume that the iwcslcrri rates were all wrong. ;The oniis of. proving discrimination triusL rest largely with the western .provinces L .Carvell's' Statement i OTTAWA, Dee Press) -j-It became apparent an carlj stage in tho conference held hero todav be ftreen the Board of Railway Commis-J aioncrs and other parties fa th" approaching general Inquirv ir ft the1 Canadian rallwaj ratfs, tho onus oC: establishing that; discrlmina- t'an eiisU will rest largely with the western and maritime provinces, and not with the railways 'CbleTjiommlB-' Carvell, and tho 'majority' BLOODY REVOLUTION FACES GERMANY; RADICALS PLAN TO GAIN REIGNS OF GOVERNMENT PACIFIC V" _, Agitators Sav Trouble Will Commence So- cialists Are Doubtful of Success But Feel That Effort Should Be Made To Put Proletariat in sians Helping. Saiony, Nov. thirooiced protests of Birls wearing radical leaders declare that [the red button of a program has been prepared with the land women and girls always jojned in aid of prominent Russian communists the pi the proletariat's an. to start-a revolution' in Germany to iet up a dictatorship of the prqletar let- They sav the attempt to over throw the government will be made as socn as the inbre.extreme eleme_ht of the Independent Socialist liarty has perfecled an in the opinion of their leaders, would [have some chance of The radicals promise thatjhe out- reak will come very probably prmg They are of divided s to. whether "they, can overturn the listing government, i some'61 them saying the attempt -probablyjtvlll fall, bettevingi they" will ut ill inparently are nranimous in the tell ef the effort should be nladc. A number of leaders of the modcr a. young radical said to a ite.wing of the Independenf SocJilfstiJ correspondent 'We don t want to bo who split with tlio'lotl the We won't be There will question cooperating wlttf tt8 to enough kUHngs in (he next revolu Percy H, Corbett, sen of Thomas" Alia., has the.dlstirictlon of being first Canadian appointed to fellowship at Oxford- University, He, Is ii'tpresent occupying the position of'translilor and the Na tjonsivrhkh Ge'neva, IB now in'session at On Sale Wednesday Morning 132 PIECES OF compiising Bed 'Spreads, Buffet Coveis, Tiay Cloths; Doylies, Table Coveis, etc., ali selling at them The dull grav uniforms ot for- mer plates in. the army were son- spicuous in the galleries and those who wore them" all seemed to.know the.words Internationale.'.' The morolinBuentlal extreme radicals -ire gray haired, leleran Socialists, who been c'osely identified with government circles since :the" first tion Others are vousg and eloquent ale m (he winter or early iiestjdl'tnet labor leaders, vho have been brought into prominence since the war by sirikea .and Industrial dis tarbances f Be Bloodshed "We ing to Buhseribe .un- to the 'red program' to establish the dictaforsliip of the pro ird Internationale at Mos6oV to a wholesome, terror ng about the "-revolution, also ei the bourgeoKc A rcvolntlon be accomplishci In a kindlj, Thin iring about the press the opinion that there will be. a serious attempt, to oust the present soft mannered fashion Blooi must gmermnent One'of" theae, a member -HDf., of the Reichstag, In an address before We dro Jghlliilf a sjslem wins conference declared hoi naj nundrads. ofV n> of. organ- Ehevism -would sweep successfully back it atid we cannot over Germany and that it could riot be f Ith it It is life or death for the prevented After It had come and proletariat and Med the Socialists turn, he said f Socialists Doubtful The.njore gen- erally were of the ujjlalon there.conld lie co successful revolution at this tune and declared the German people would never submit to a J'dictatorship here has _________ ______ jnleeipect ed the revolution would begin he afi swered "I could give and fbjnres, nut course I won t J However, you espect it The plan of the'Tadlcat leaders as near as can be ieatjiedils to form or ganlzations in ttie severar districts of the co-operate with j and have then prepared to co-operate the Russians in a policy of terrorism! when the call goes out iTbey Bay that and destruction to promote the cause if 'their onslaught gives show of olthe proletariat Tliey appeared will- success 5 000 000 Germans quickly Ins to seek the establishment of 'ajrajiy j0 their support. comradeship ofjthe by violence if "rieces- hut were oppopett to a dictator ship or a campaign of ruthlessness Differences belweeji the two wings of the o'J parly were" Eharplj nccen tuated by the vlsitliig reprcEculallve of the Soviet regime, who defended [ore in Berlin terrorism ron the- ground of. Its ,necea sity at the beginning ef.; a' TeVolutloii and sErongly Eupfnrted the absolute dictatorship of 'r tho protelarlat Independent Socialists opposed to Ih6 Moscow, program are correspondend with radicals of ail .lion's who are opposed to ruthless- riess and agree upon.a plan of action If possible. The headquarters..ot. both factions tho Through these'arguments the'right RIDING BUT. WALK.ING A local veteran IcllH. a very humorous story" of an incident which'" occurred 'at WJUE Socialists sal silent eieept1 when tie 'rout as IB well some statement greatly angered them, is divided Inlo thres ridings, east, west, but the radicals exhibited the wildest and north, and the battalions raised in enthusiasm The galleries Bounty are named accordingly. The them with applause, and 'The Inter section in which he was called nation'ale' frequently was sung by chorus of hundreds who stood "Jt" tcnllori until the martial music ceased. Women Delegates Among the delegates on Ihe. cbbven- tion floor and In galler- ies were many women and girls.-Theso appeared to bo abbut'eqiially divided in their allegiance, but the supporters of the Moscow adherents were more Cleo, n well known BranKord demonstrative The speeclies of Ihe citizen, died luatanUy in his flome delegates often were Interrupted b> from hearl failure PRICE HI the West Riding (Yorkshire) battalion Proceeding on they lost it,] in the'w'a.body'of men approaching. "Are you the WcsMliu'- ing" shouted the sergeant in charge. came hack the Wo iro the blooming Australians .walking." IN LONG-RANGE VERBAL DIE West lias" been Senator .T. P. ho In Wlhlnc lias" been spoiifrfng Ontario ami CJuebeo for says of Montreal "Senainr Cs.sqraln daosh't tihow sa.vs (ton. 0, L Dnnnfiig, Pro'vmc'lDl Trcasiirei' _of FRESH CREAM The only canned milk on the maiket, absolutely