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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBHUARY 11; NUMBER 52 Continue National Marketing of C P. R. APPLIES CHARTER Mustn't Leave Assassins FDR THE KlPfiHETLAW BRANCH In Charges of Ireland is f 1 1 j Answer of Lloyd George Saskatchewan Fanners Hear of Muniqpal Gram Exchange WB Fight Nationalization, He Back" to the Hints at Combin- ation of "Proigals" and Fai Wiri Victory. Ask Also for Authority to Bond Proposed for per M.le-Lme Will Run Through Turin and Iron Springs Likely Be Race Between Irriga- tion Canals and Railway Grade tojfce Which Shall Escape Budding FUilvvay Bridges Over Canals. SASKATOON, Feb.. warning the orgsalwtd farmers ot Saskatche- wan that the most strenuous efforts would be put forward by certain in- terosts.tq oppose any move looking toward a continuant-, mar- kiting ot wheat, niinlal'' -.n' in tha Saskatcl a' pr'omlneri't the Grain Gro vlded Ihe chiel -.iijlpal .-'-rinient and member ot pro- ot comment at the opening of the nineteenth annual' of farmers of this prqvinco this With'a-hall parks'i ;a 'v.a delegatea, Mr. uui.ilc ap- proval to the.inslllitici wheal board, raising objection i.he tame time to it com posed'ol too man> millers and'of too many Interested it grain legislation. He'polnted put that the Ete valor lABSpclatlou at its recent annua meeting had endorsed the 'continuance ot the principle of national marketing of grain by a controlling board where the farmers would bo adequately rep- resented arid asked tho convention to carefully.consider the' question when .It come'before It later. Grain'Exchange Toll 'lie outlined .the operations "of the. men who comprised the grain eT- change-of "Winnipeg, and. sUtttii ..litl (he exchange took from the farmers ot Western Canada.annnallr JR.. the form of toll over efforts would be put forwa, t.-nil- cd, lo endeavor to.turn It against tha-ldeR of riattpnai .ting .Vjtf tut rgive ierloiis proposition..-7' Mr. to the 'eharge.rWhlch in the 'press .that be., was si'o> 'v. cian. '.Y "Oric6urs'ujl''am a politician same'.iwaV ai-Drnfy ot Ons.-- In exactly Iho-saine is. The men and women on 'iirtw ot Saskatchewan have ino tician and in their interests add in connection wilh the work I have done tor our farmers as a member of the legislature and the.provincial govern ment, 5 have no explanation and I refuse-to make any apolltles Political Prodigals la hU concluding rcrr T- llr Laufley pointed out. that In the last months there hexe. been a great many political 'pfodlgalt springing up in the province." "Insofar the tariff i> he said, "we have 'had a great com- ng ;back ot political farm- ers and newspapermen.- 'I think .we should make bur iniads so I to -go behind' mot ivei; bet to remember that there a great work before us'.where prodigals and eWer brothera will be wanted' and -where, they join their strength together, though- the fight Official announcement has now been made that, at the com- ing session of !lie Dominion par-' liament, the 'Canadian Railway will apply for a charier authorizing it to construct a line of railway from a point on tlie Pacific V be long and hard, It can only have one result, a completa iTletbry." Mr. langley was- accorded voci- ferous reception as he 'took his Crows Nest at. or near the town of Kipp, thence-in an easterly and northeasterly direction to a point on the Suf- Ocld-Blackie branch at.or near Retlaw. Authorization will be asked a the same lime to issue bonds to cover the cost of the construc- tion to the amount of per mile, or in lieu of such bonds to issue consolidated debenture slock to the same amount; News' that official action has. wen taken to for a charter ;onrirms announcement iisulc by Piiidcnt Beallie on us .western 'tour a few weeks ifio that such would likc- y be taken. 'W. A. Buchanan, M. P., also liad inlimntioii from high officials' of the railway The proposed new line has been wanted for j ears but no charter had ever been secured However, -when it was poinlec out to the C. P. R. thai work on the construction of the. Lcth bridge Norlhcrn.jrngalion pro- ject likely start during the coming summer, the com pany immediately got ant applied for the charter. If the contract for the con- jlruclion of the Letlibridge Nor- hcn> is let this spring and -work started immediately, it'would not be at all surprising to see he C! P.' R, undertake immcdr late cotistriiciion on the propos- ed new line northeast from Kipp for if the C. P. the country through Turin and Iron Springs first with its grade'the Leibbridge' Northern will -have to construct the railway bridges over its canals, but if the ditches are TKere before the railway grade the C. P. R. muyt stand the cost of the bridges. Thcrr; may therefore be expected to IK; a' race Jvetween irrigation ditch and railway grade north of the city. I Answers Labor Leader Adamson by Statement That Troops Cannot Be Hope for Irish Bill- Premier Cheered at Many Points During His No Reference to League of' Nations or. Temperance Legislation. tleman's sections is concerned." de- clared the premier, forced into third place and he should hare therofora left "it lor his Labor neigbhor to have nwntlOLed tho mat ter." V The premier, proeeedfaE eeripusly referred to lor work, and drew loud cheers Vhen'he Fl Transport Offers to Represent "Germins Aaked By r Wil- i Mum of; offered to i ..upvto.ithejalllei In demanded'fbr'extra'liil'n iirt recently' aitmlttttl to according :to' a Jelesram purport- pub- .llihed" s Form'er of .Gerii'apy, his leiegrarn to governments, oKerihg- to; o! German s de- manded, in the allied ciiradition list, almost ou the Impulse of- (lio moment, according io an'Inte'rvidw wilh Jtajbr. von Slulnheim, -Ihe -former crown prince's adjutant, published in tho Telegraaf. "Tho former heir to the. German confirm- ing reports tli'at'a-telegram had hecn seal, his resolution without iiiinWng long about it. return of Ilaron von Lersner from Paris and the serious situation which.has arisen in Berlin in consequence, prompted Ihe prince to send his telegram.. He hopes by this1 to avert serious difficulties for Germany." v" Dutch newspapers .described wu- Ham's action as !'a'. beautiful ges- lure." 1400 Souls LONDON, Feb. .wireleti dltpatch from the-Soviet rnerit at Moicow torlay says: menace' from Nbvo the volunteer trantport and cfficiala and their wjyea and left iri the Ruttian prov- tnce on' .the" approach if; tlie Boltheviki, the volunteer army incensed at being left behind, fired on" tlie (hip. A shell pierced a boiler and the transport tank with all on board.'f TAXICABS ON.STRIKE IN OLD LUNNON Labor'sthreat To Dominate U.S.Governnient Feb. >ery existence of our republican form of 9overnment In thtc country is lerioualy threatened became of the attempt of organized labor to dominate declared Bfotiop William A. Quayle'xf the Methodlat churchf in airaddrew at Mount Vernon chiirch, Jart threat and are he such, it It our dutifrSi- Anwiean .citizens to accept the' challenge and in our strength up and crush the moat cherish- ed ideals. Our government is .for .al) the people, not for any .one class or faction." Hon.Raney Is Likely to Be LONDON, Feb. H.-rThis city is Without taxicabs today, owners of these vehicles having with: drawn them from service for 24 hours beginning at midnight as a protest against the increase in the price of 'gasoline. MOOSE JAW FIRE President of ers Sieves Amendn- Repl.v to Thton would more of what Is.really belnj I have no fear of BO nor, ot general elections. But I am ot growing added .tha; premier, as It by after-thought, which' drew the higgost huret ot applause of all. Mr. .Lloyd Oeorse 02 to if- cribs Mr. Adtmson's pleasant fort- night in Ireland, and made refererics. Make Schleswig Part of Denmark to the visit there of the labor leader wiiiidraw our trpopi snd In -Jramst- ically premier. Mr. had first declared that the government Irish bill was not wr.nted uy "Does anybddy: .want hts-bill eith- 'asked tho premier. "Is It to deal with Ihe who's of Ire-' mean that I'iViSG-'fwV My bill Is by his'hill re imdialed by tha whole of Ireland" There-wa_s Eoice comment b> men; 4 COPBNHAQBhr, Feb. The results in the.North. Scliles-. plelu'scitc .up to 1, o'clock Wednesday morning showed Danish in all eicept eix of the 105 dlstricta. The aggregate vote Denmark -and many. Overwhelming Victory; Scbleswlg, victory 'for, Itie :Danes of-iwlilch- K to ho Belnrmlncc] hy tho. iileblsclje hold is hidlcauil- by tiirni received here. large inajoritieSi'fof tto vote' in towns showed Irirgef figures than the csllmales. Apenraflo. aucl.Spnderborg, however, i have been, carried hy the Germans.' that tho promler made no refer re or to tlie temperan mperance ,pro- the Kl i, both of which found a placn li> -'FLU IN ROME HOME, Feb. in Ihis'; cllv have been closed because of Ihe increase in tho .Influenza epidemic. There arc nincly deaths, on tho aver- age, every day from this disease In Rome. SEIZED CANADIAN WHISKEY BANGOR, Maine, Feb. fire, water and smoke. Tho loss is-Slates Marshal Wilson seized estimated at unknown. Tho cause Is ITAtlAN TROOPS .SAIL FOR DALMATIA TR1B3TB, Feb. regiments of. Italian soldiers, accompanted. by several batteries of light 'arlciery, havo sailed from thla clly for Dalma- tian ports. Their transports word convoyed liy a flotilla of destroyers. LONDON WOOL MARKET quarts of Canadian whiskey .fouml concealed in a carload of baled hay lero yesterday. Tho hay was hilled 'rom Van Buren, Jtsine, to tho, Ayr- dale Stock Farm, Danger. ii the duds ol containing the Hons on Iho Jlitngarff." will bo prosenlerl to Ii4 of peace conference' Ap tomorrow commodation-.of of tho council Ixjovk tho French delcRalc, will deliyer the opening address. The remainder of the gallery was apportioned to seats for the 160 Invited guests, including] all the ambassadors arid the allied, pow- ers, togelher wltli public men and l-optivSriitatlves of the press. j- The opening ineoUng ft. toon war .___.j IA if LONDON, Feu. .wero 500 bales offered at the wool huclloi sales today. Greasy merinos sold at B lo 10 per cent, advance, hut olher wlso Iho market was In, tlio buyers' favor. HANNA NOT RES10NINQ AS 0, N. R. PRESIDENT LONDON, Feb. conference of manufacturers nml producers snm- moneil'by tlio Federation of British Industries loday passed a. resolulion declaring that Improvement In Iho TOKOSTO, Keh. pound sterling abroad could only brj assisted by expansion Tlio ___.........-. resol n loin said that manufacturers of a riimor that ho cbntemplat-. sot asido some portion of their cd resigning from his position output .for export purposes. Sir Arthur Steel Unionist .vh' jieil will tf place they hold iHf Iho proceedCgn at' meet- will occur ail Thursday as well as today, sqm'.of the nur itnltve, will (s ses- slons. The nallons .represented .at the mcnllng are IFjtglum, Braill, Great .'i iioie I Britain, Fran'.e, Greece, luly, ,ir-. I and Jitpaa NEW YOBK, 1'i'b thin that -fiaw Statet 'ion. It the fccttt! -jiollty Id c whMrti a finer iraie for i'iii United the United wSicat irowtfi- are buying in fnat recojniie value of tlng purnwef, it WM That is Impression'at Saskatoon j ing one or two of of Lobbying Being Done SASKATOON, SasV., Feb. [ters to come before them ''''tcTo'lv in I open convention In the neit three daj-3. I Many ot tha leaders in the move- Imcni have arrived from .different aa [jnglcy Canadian The nineteenth an- h-.nd Hon. 0. A. Dunning, two nual meeting of the farmers' parlia- of the provincial government anii ment of Saskatchewan was called to utiindltif! figures in the farmers' move- order this morning shortly atler -10 I ment' Thomas McNult, federal mem- o'cJdek by President J. A. Maharg, M.iber for Saltcoats; Lov! Thompson, P., with over delegates So attend- i feiiernl member for Qu'Appelle, a num- ance. j ner of prominent- members of the Third Avenue-Methodist church local 'legislature, and a host ol eastern racked to the limit by farmers ;anA .western uawspapet- representa- (rtm every noofc and corner of tha province all eager to participate In what la admilted to be the most !m- Jjortant convention held In the history of tho In the last two days the clly holds lives. Provincial Polities The chief loplo of discussion la sllll the question of Uio entry of the organ- Izcil fflrmer.1 info the provincial polit- ical arena, in Iho last <1ay or so tho havo lafcert on an air of Imporlanoo feeling has arisen that siiyh a move with delegates private confer-.! unwise at the present time 10 iuto provincial matters tho present moment. This vliolo question will como before open con- vention on Thursday and everyone would appear lo bo getting Into shape for an animated discussion, Money1 Spent for Free Freight On Hay and'Feed in Alberta Enough to Pay Interest on Lot Irrigation Bonds-Hon. McLean (I'rom Our Own election Tho announcement today that Hon.; S'CUprday when farmers of Iho T. A. Crerar, ex-mlnlsler of agrlcul- south country voted wot is proof ,-.-e In the federal government, would enough that the e to address the convention on Irrigation. Ther Ihe peopio want rooro he Thursday has thualasni. His recent warn Ing the Saskatchewan farii.Ta lo c-.- fine Ihelr attention to federal for tbe time being'haa been to the attention of the delegates they are keenly looking forward to visit to them. In tho meantime, the dc considering carefully what shall lake and Thursday'' lions should result In election by acclamalion ol a very strong board II. S. Allen, Influential merchant and farmer of Raymond! ,C.-- Jensen, tin-extensive mlied farmer 2 en'] cast', which was somewhat of a surprise even to Hie sansulnc. election went off In order and a hitch. It yas a great day one which will go down aa mark- tbo beginning of a new erA In the ilevelopmenl of Ihla'part province, T. J. O'Brien, tho returning olficor, announcing the result ot Ihe poll the erection of cnllotl i. aominallons for Ihc triislcos. Tills promplly rcspomtcil to wllh tho hy the delegates way or thn olrjv. Magralh find an all-round good er, and Bishop Artbur of ing. also a successful and fai-meiv At two o'clock a meeting was. held in the opera house, Prea. D. King, of Iho Board of Trade, retary J. -Anderson read letters pi regret by reason, bi. r.oiice from W. A, 'Buciianaii, M.P.; Supt. Kairflcld, of tho.jaiperimental Knrm, and I'rea. llarnoch of Itic brulge Hoard ot Trarto.' at" ;