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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XI1L SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBR1DGE. AMBglft.' SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7.1920 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 49 Warn World of Hun Menace German Danger, Multiform, Inadkxis and Insinuatrg, Soon Re-appear, He Declares, and AljieS Must be Ready and United to Combat Hope i tor Split Ainoog Allies. CAPT. HOY PLANS L MAIL SERVICE olth." Work-ahead It will national pW for from 30 to 50 yeara. Ho to the unit, rrf ttt a bulwark against ard out tR. ntetf of of unity and Gcrminys hope for difference amono "1 mentis XI aayi> tantliu "becauM, not only for Franc, wHl then, be Italy, for Belgium, for Great Britain Un tad The German "anser, intlnuaW a-d app-er tconomlcally, pollt eaUy and 1 at Wash'nj-r, vf-ien tlVs United S'atea, with' no inbrert In European affairs suddenly was amazed to fln'd among Ambassador von Bsrnstertfs Germany s Intentions In that country.1 Reds Control Siberia Now Russian Officers and Population Fleeing Vladivostok District; Which is Now'in .Bolshevik State of Affairs Rosanoff Escapes TOKIO, Feb. Vofficers -ho have been Bervins al Vladivostok under the command hosanott, ALLIES DEMAND U-EOAT COMMANDERS BERLIN'. Feb. names ot those .included in the eilradltion list sent to ihe Geiman government were learned yesterday. They fol- low Adml-ala von Schioder Koch Hip- per and Tapken Cap! Nerger ot the raider 1- CaptainsVon Buelow and Lcbnbardl; Captains Stelner and Zan- Oer, of' the Flanders torpedo fleet. Tho folio-sins were" commanders of submarines De la Perrlere, Aust Becker, "Von Botbmer Ijruscb Von SIschcll Forst mann Oaczer Geiwgy Glasenapp Gess Kletewetter Kolbe Kort" Merschall Mallfnthln Morahl Is cure ber Neumann Von Nostlz 1'abtlg Rocaer von Sclirader, SVeln liaucr, Stehbrmk Valenller, Warner Eleven of these commanders have the Order of Merit Zeppelin Commander BoeVer is also erelong thoee demanded 'ALLIES WILL PURSUE s NEW COURSE PAltIS Feb. tho German government Tij rlwrgo in the list of Ger i mans whose extraaiilon Is demanded the allies, is the proper course to pursue in the citsllng circumstance! tbe Council of ambassador decided this morning Its action was madr m an official statement reaoa t The council of ambassador is in anlmojsly of the opinion that the lisl Khoulii bo delivered .tp the Gorman government b> tho crnrgc daraires ot Franco .in the name of tho allied .jiowera as soon aa possible. It Is understood jtliat :iri the discus sion of Ibe qiieafioh tqday.tho ambas sailors that the entire questoln Is now up to Germany and that further steps ny llie-allles should awall Ihc action ot the German aulb. critics. 1 Tho tacl-lhat the communication was silent regarding the covering note laken to mean that no note was considered necessary to accompany the list. i" The revival by tho council 61 the practice ot.issuing official communica- tions provoked considerable comment, it was taken as Indicating that there waa to bo a restriction upon the sources o( intormalion of Iho cquii- 'cil's duings. i WONT.DELIVER UP A SINGLE GERMAN LONDON, Feb. wireless dls Vialcli received from Berlin flays thai Malhias Kriberger. German minister of finance and vice-chancellor, de clarea it will bo'imposalblo to deliver ifp a single German to the "hateful re ot pur adversaries." Tho Count Mont EClas, a. well known pacifist, Tthoso name is included In the list of persons the allies, has withdrawn 'declaration urging the Germans dcniahdfiil lo 'surrender voi was due to th1 length of U 13 asserted by Ihc dlspalch tha .thiS 'German government anticipate the wording of its new nolo t tho'nllta wlll.aomll of. the possiblllt of further negotiations. LLOYD GEORGE NOT SO VERY-ANXIOUS LOXDON, Fell. Lloyd Gcor'go -Is repotted lo favor a -substan- tial modification ot Iho list of Germans whose surrender tho allies demand, tho Waalm.ln.iler Gazette says today. Astonishment'has been caused In French circles by an alleged change ot ntlltudo on Iho part of the Brlllsh government regarding cxlradlflon of Germans accused ol violations ol the laws of war. It has been under- stood Ihal Great Britain has bceirlhe most injlslent of all powers represent- ed ot Iho iieaco conference today to advise the government relative to the ei tradition question. Phillip Scheldeinann, for- mer chancellor and at present presi dent of. the reichstag committee on foreign affairs, who has been sum muneJ to conferred- yesterday with President Premier Pauer and Foreign Mueller, prepar atory to Monda) s meeting of the cab met, at which Germanya policy will be decided. ern cnast of Japan. They were on board. warships which entered port e'arly CAPT K. C HOY, DFC AT CRANBKOOK ON HIS HISTORY MAKING FLIGHT. VANCOUVER, B.C., Feb. Captain E. C. Hoy, O.F.C., It ap- plying to the Dominion .govern- ment for a subsidy far an aerial rriallr service between Vancouver and Victoria. He plans to in- augurate a daily service between the two Lelbbridge remember Capt. Hoy who ilx months ago today landed In Lethbrldge 25 a week cashle- who until recently divided her i time 4a" 4 ot Chi rago B dashing wealthy social seta posing as Mondf came bacL from Winnipeg tbdaj to ei plain a shortage of KOOOO in tho it the.vcompany for T hicn SSW-wait over to the atafei aibrBjiy for Snvesti gallon tar1 sain Mondi Rosa' 1 am willing lo (ace It. I have profited some hut not in any Illegal manne- If there s money missing someoody has it I have not I Simpl> adore society she continued long ago I made up my mind day lid be well dressed and when the time came I would read enough and observe enough to be able to main'am my place in any com- Charges Made Against >J Members Quebec Gbvt.; Interested in Booze Firm QUEBEC, Feb. Canadian L. Weroy, secretary af the Anti Liquor League of the province of Quebec, in a petition submitted lo Premier Gouin, nakes the have been traced to very well informed sources have reached the -Anti to that unnameo mem'' hers of the Q.iMibei; governrrent have' interests more or lets direct and 'substantial in the trade car ried on bv certain company liquor vendors." The petition goes on'to ny that the league is not in a po- sition to make: any charges., but feels that the matter is ly serious to justify an tht government. Tht' petition VMS not read at the time it was handed to the premier, who was unaware of the contents and told the league dele- .Bates the government would seriously consider the requests. [BULLETINS BOLSHiCS ON BLACK SEA rf'v i forces are alano shore th; 2e miles "northeast aceprdins lo a Soviet'government statement ceived here today In the Cau casian statement says, Red-troops have occupied. Blago- darnoe, 60 miles east of Supt Wroughton NOW Asst Commissioner of Mounted Police Force O- Several Eorhier Lethlwidge and Maclcod Mcrrtbeir? of Force Prphioteid; V 'Two-Bit'Murphy, Friend of Prince, Dies at Windsor Board of Commerce Grants Them a Little More Time For Questionnaires WINDSOR, Ont., Feb. or "Two-Bit" Mur- pby, as! he been known since he the Prince ot Wales lo gne the local veterans a practical evidence of his do- nating 2o cants m Canadian cur- rency as a of usitito died yeslerday at Hotel Dieu the'r'royal two bits la 1 iKe oqcfers sa'id, -waa de- lir oua a fefl honrs "liafbre came, yet-recovered tell tue ittendanls that dian qliarter, with ilia meagre bank account.'were lo be sent'-to' his old mother' in Cork. Ireland.- "Tell the Prince and lie moro of them than any'other two persons in the and the veteran lapsed Into '.unconsciousness. 'The coin, which he prized more than' decorations; will be Eent to his mother, Lane Might be Presidetrl if tie Weren't Canuck WASHiNGTOK. Feb. Laue ot the department of Interior, has placed his reatgnatloE In.' the hands of President Wilson. It became known Borne time ago that the secret- ary contemplated leaving the cabinet when It convenient for the presi- dent to him. Mr. Lano-Is a Canadian by birth, but -.vent to California at an early age. He has been secretary ot the interior the beginning'pf Wft son's adminislTallon and hag been over 20 yesrs in the public cupying various posts In state and nafc ional administrations.' 'It hasiiLbec-r a matter of common agreement among poilllcians for. some time' "that. he would bo. a presidential .possibility, were'it not for the fact ,that he.iTras- boni In Canada and Is thus Ineligible for the office. 'r' President Wilson hM acceBted the! their armal which was heralded appears to Indicate an Russians from the eastern part of Siberia t i Reports received last weef re fluted'a Eerjouj state nt affairs in yiadivpstok and it appeared the Bol had assumed control of the 'c'c-iiatr'y up to xllhln a short distance of th'o city 30 miles hands of the Reds at tliat time; and American forces along 'railroad that place and Vladl yostok reported encounterlag unil-s o' the'Spviet arm) state of been proclaimed in tho city and fui ther reinforcement ot Japanese troop; were eipected. More recent advices stated revolutionist forces -had occu- pied Vladivostok January 31 and that allied missions wjiich had been In the: city had left, going westward over the trans-Siberian railroad in the di- rection ot- Harbin. Nothing was re ported as to the flight of.Russiah otfi- fers which may indicate the wholesale desertion o( Russian- goveriimeiit troops or their dispersion If this should be the case, the only consid- erable antl-Bolshevlkl forces in Far Eastern Siberia-.would be Japanese and Americans. American Marines Interfered Feb. mar lit Vladivostok intervened when Japanese soldiers attempled to prc vent revolutionary troops (ram -cap- Russian ernor-general when the city wa taken' by the Reds according to i Vladivostok dispatch to thc_Maii T bo message, dated last-Sunday, stated. resignation. Discussion of W Gen.' Hosauolf fmalb escaped and able- successor lodnv-iheluded-tlie took relugo on a Japanese cruder u. name rt -Alexander ypgelsarig.l.qt.'Cal- itornla, assistant sscretary of the interior. -v ...'li. i BOROEN, LUNCHES I- 'GEORGE Feb. T.-f-XByl, 'Canadian Sir tfobcrt Bofde'n- lunched toiiay with PremJ "TIMES" PLANE "Feb.' The airplane, own- ed by the -London which left here yesterday morning .on tho first stage ot Its flight to Capetown, ed safely at'Assvian, 425. miles up the Nile, after'tlying for seven cliiding a slop of 90 minutes" lo re- pair u leak. It will slait from Assuan for Khartoum today. the harbor. Describing tho capture ot tlic cilj the correspondent revolutionists entered ON stealth seized the railroaJ and the cara lo carrv up the street to the house occupiea b) Oenv When they iriea. lo bu round tho building tbe Japanese e'd tbe but the officer ot. an Amencan marine detachment ifii njiiinc'ed' he would not permit inferior enc> The Japanese theu mthdre anil all foreign forces observed a neu' ral atlttude subsequentU Bolshles In Krasnovodak LONDON, Feb Bolshevik! have occupied KrasnovodsV on eastern coast of the Sea cording lo a wireless mes age from Moscow pointed superintendent and' stationed ut Ottawa. He will be criminal InvestiBatlons. W. G. Kennedy 13 appointed an In- spector ot tlio Royal Canadian Mount OTTAWA, Canadian important'list of promo- ttons and appointments in the Ileyal Canadian Mounted Pollcs-is 'announc- ed ;today. This follows in the great increase in the merabership of the force, tho- extensions of its duties to and the absorption of .the DoiainiOB polico within the Iloyal Canadian Mounted Pol ice. Stiperin ten- dent Wronchlon, df Bhnonlon, is pro- moled to usElslanl commissioner. He lias been iri the force for 32 years and served in The Soiilfc; African war with tlie rank of major. :-V-.t''.'-' Inspectors K, Groncliial pneumonia, following influ- enza, was renorled lo bp in a slight- ly Improved'condition today. His ill- ness seriously1; derel'opcd- last Mon- day. Hobort1 Kalcoasr, president of th'o V'nlv'orsity o( Toronto, wbo Is suffering from influenza, waa reported ast niglil to have Improved consider- ably. X Wrecked Ship's frevt and List Being Taken Off By Tugs Today QUEBEC JUDGE DIES SLEEP QUEBEC, Feb.' 7.--Hon. Judge Langllef, of the court ot sessions, died last night. He pssEsd away in his sleep and his dead body was found In bed when his family wont to a wak- en ulm. 'WILLIAMS -PINOCHLE GAME BUST UP VICTORIA, B. C.i Feb. Brio o was expellad from the Old Men's 'Homo hero because he broke bis canp over the- hea'd.of Josiah lien an aged fetlqw-minnto who had dlilurbed a gamo of pinochle. Sub- scnuontly on promise of fcood behavior Urido was rclusiiUcd Soldier Opposition (o Premier Drury's Election Frowned- On by Soldier Minister TORONTO, I'eb. sal Cirmlcbael, D.S.O., minuter with- out Ontario ment, .Is quoted In an irilervlew here SKylng mat the proposcci candidature' ,T. Slephenson, re- turned in ppposiHon to Prem- ier Dniry I'ri.MaHari an act that will .'dd lo tho' 'Soldiers' cause. "He lias nol a clianco of winning, Col. Carmicliacl Is quoted es.faying, "and by losing, wbui lie trades on 'bia service at the'front, he loses pres- tige for the soldiers." NEW YORK, Feb. Old Dominion Line steamer Prlncets Anne, aground on tlie shoals off Rockaway Point since Friday morning, successfully roth last nlglit's gale and snowstorm and efforts will be made during the to remove the 32 passengers If Iho seas continue to subside. Rescue tugs stood by the strand- ei steamer all night, not daring to approach her side, owing to the tremendous waves and shallow water. wireless apparatus was out of commission and nothing could to learned of the plight of the passenqers and crew. TAKE OFF PASSENGERS NEW YORK, Feb. of 32 passengers ori the steamer Princess Anne, stranded off Rock- away point, was begun by boats from tbs coastguard 'cutter Man- hatlan at 11 a.m. Two from thn Manhattan .are being used In tbe rescue. Death of Sir James Grant Leaves- Only One First Parlia- mentarian OTTAWA, Feb. Ollawa Journal publishes Iho following: Wllh Ihe.ilcath of Sir James Grant, it Is believed at Ottawa that there is now only one survlvor-of the flrsl par- liament, which sat after confederation was formed in Hagar ot Prescott In April, IOCS, the Ottawa Canadian Club gave n. banquet to tbo members of Canada's first parllamenl. There were eight of the old guard present. Sir James Grant, Sir Macken- zie Bowell lion John Costignn tho first parliament at that cluding Lord Strathcona, Sir Charles Tuppcr Sir Hichird Cirlwrighl Sir Jolm Cirllng HOH W J MicDonald lion BiaKc, Semlor 'iolmt and Macl aren All ot those have noy> passed and it Is believed that Sheriff. Hagar, now In his Mill vcar, la Ihe only man left of tbat his- oric assembly In IS67. Sheriff llngar omclated nt Ihc recent L'Orignal. GET YOUR GOATI VICTOHIA, B. C., Feb. Columbia will dominate tbR Canadian goat market, according In Prof. W. T. McDonald, provincial'livestock com n'ho addressed local foal slaea: .at LONDON CHURCH BURNS, Out.. Feb. Kger- ion Street Bapllsl church, one of Hpn: don s newest and most magnificent was tolall} tfesiwed by at in earl} hour this morning TnC church was rocentlj erected at a cost jf S60.000. The Insurance wae Tlie origin of tho fife is imknoivn. INVENTS SENSITIVE RADIOGRAM RECEIVER Sasli Feb to reports from Candlac Sask A R ci o" a" a" nsa penected a sensitive radiogram receiver vith which lio !s able to intercept tho faint eat messigt" and also get from, the larger wireless Kurope and Mr Ob hren In comdiunlcatlon wltn lower station station nt Ljon" t ranee San San FnnoUco California, and dalh setsl ntindaril time as It is .American jX act ;