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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XUi SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDOK, ALBBP.TA. CANADIAN PACIFIC WILL FINISH This is Only Way to Economic Stability in Europe Seys Hon. Mr. Balfour 1 BRITAIN MUST SHOW WAY fO WEAK NATIONS To Perpetuate Name of Pete Robertson, V.C. AmouncMwat ww Cat- urday imntai at tste' local C. P. R. tore' Out the nam of the tate Peta: HoberUM, V C. of LethfcrWte, was pertwtoatcd by the company by making rt the of a new stofl on the maln'lliM, About eight mllM HMt of Ciliary tf flrtt station, Kctth. OIM mile of Keith a mafiiMetnt returned Mid- tubercular aanlUrium Ic be- ing ereeteeU'juid new stop of-Rob- ertson to'fcelnf created there for the 'convenience of the public. Lethbridge rallwajmtn and re- turned soldiers fet' very prei.d that the rttf of their, brave cwn- Mde to be ptrctlutita In this way. r RDAY, FEBRUARY Vice-President Coleman Announces Tfet Construction Will Commeice This Summer ConaJJnn t SASAKTOON, Sask., Feb, session of the grain growers convwtion yesterday, announcement tbat a message had been raeived Irom D. C. Coleman, of the Canadian Pacific fogfey, that the gap line between Altawan and Manyberries Wi% constructed during the coming season, labor 'onditions permitting, and that every put complete thejine by next dulj to see that our sreat iudustral so ciet> around the whole bjcie, of Europevrx'volveii, remains w th. its existing Etreugih intact and uuilt up from day to day and enterpnso of the InhabilEnts of these isle- I suggest for a moment, however, that m doing tills lie are even chiefly to consider our own special solitary Inleresls knqw quito well that now as never before Europe and the world ara bound together by common interests' and ought to be bound together by com If I thought any word ot luine would into distant regions the le'son I should like lo preach to all these Jlhe Mar has created in eastern Europe, It beithat should con Sider, not mutpal antagonisms and small aSbiUons, -but eh'ould teach each In their borusrs set lo work by strict economy, pure adminlslra lion wiiS energetic labor lo render their own economic position safe and honorable Vo can only inlluenc- only advise, wo cannol command .Therefore, LasK Iho house to suppor .the government In what I conceive (r he the onl> sounj policy Itere is o stabilizing and strengthening our own economic system, uamg every aecre tion of strength to help thOaO wh most need help and not In atwmpti l a task. is utterly beyond ou powers, and waiting not onlj o. substance, hut our pow usefulness, vork and influence in th impossible task ot managing for otbe people a task which they "com in capable managing themselves.' Sobers Voted Against Labor InAshtonFigh BRITISH PURCHASE PATAGONIAN MEAT LON-DOtt, Feb 'l.the-equivalent' of carcasses of mutton and lamb have been bought at a price siml lar to (hat paid for Australian meat, Is from five lo six pence a FLAGS OF NEW NATIONS P4.1US, Jeb minlslcr of marine: In a nole des-i crlbe- the ot ncn slates recog niied bs Ihe allies Those are Letria, colored red and white hori- zontal stripes; Esthonla, blue, black and white, horizontal stripes; Oeorfeja, a crimson rectangle half black and half white In the upper corner, the kingdom of the Hedjaz black, green and white horizontal stripes i Bonnar and Gray HayeWordyMixup T In Winnipeg i jr r l Jonnar Leaves Court Room As Take Two LOXDONY Feb. (By. tiansdian result ot tho Aahton bye- election Is hailed by the Coalitionists as an entire of ;the gov- ernment. Thei-.demobilized; Midlers' vole was against the Labor candidate because of trade union de- nying them employment. Premeir Lloyd Ocprgo -in the bf commons on Tuesday made an out- spoken reference (o this" Sit1 Walter Dg Krecce, the.successful candidate, supported de- mobilized. BOiaiers throHKlic.nl.. -Tho iintl-EOvernment papers point put that Sir Walter accnrcd nearly votes than Sir' Albert Stanley at the last election and ascribe his-success largely to1- tho -personal popularity which Ms'-wlfe, Vesta Tilley, the well ,kuown 'vaudeville artist, enjoyed 'throughout'ttio constituency. STOBART PARTY FOUND LONDON, Feb. Canadian missing Stobart party ot grandparents and-two orphans who dlsar from Bournemouth, have bten were ome lively passages between Mayor harles F Mr, Justice Metcalfe nd R, A Bonnar, K C defense conn set, whea Mr cross-exam Vworshfpj'toaaT f .the leaders charged with sedition, The cross-examination, came to an in'iibout an _iour when Sir threw his woks on ifae table, saying f "I refuse to crosa-eiamme him fur nor." Ho almost immediktelT left the courtroom. Bonaar's departure followed, sfeme heated with Judge Metcalfe Witness had objected to answering questions unless Bon Tiar -would address themvdirectly to him Mr. Bonnar asked for a ruling from the judge, said "Having regard to the decornnTaKd decency of tho court, 1 order counsel to addreso his qiresUonsMo' the witness." There waa a protest" from the defense counsel and Mr. Justice Met- calfe ordered, the witness not to an- swer questions until counsel conform ed with Iho ruling ot the court, stat- ing to "When you ask tho mayor of Winnipeg a rjuestion you will face him, until you get your answer." Mayor Gray: "You bet I'll answe: back. You're not a poo: lohunk or magdalehe' of the streets You're dealing wlt'u a reasonaW man." .''Did you Eire 'any- exhibitions c ;emper during the strike such as INTERNATIONAL MINE WORKERS CONGRESS' TUB HAGUE; rob executive -In- ternational Mme Workers at a meeting m tinder the chairmanship 'of s Robert Smlllle of Great decided to hold an International congress In Geneva on August 2 The British committee held mandates for the UnltM States was stated gave Just returned Mr. Bonnar but'the-question was disallowed a were' many others .which he asked re gardlng the city police force; 1U statu and the KonimiMlon'a. negotia lions with it at the time of :tho strike the deparlnre of Mr. Bon >.Sr, A. coun aad of the accused briefl re-examined .the mayor.concerning.In cidents'dnring the strike. If the defense "call'their the trial' of teren strike, leader will contlnno for a fortnight lo'nge it was inthnaled'todny by crown an defense ccnnsel. HIGH GREEK ;SOLDIEHS .-PLAYED GERMAN PART IN WAR; ARE PUNISHE the above dis- patch was MCJMd bvsthe Herald, this afternoon'Jroin Colin, D division informed by the the contents of the dispatch. Immediately got in touch with Gwwrtil Superinten- dent Cameron ofithe Alberta dls-' tnct. General Cameron hat bMfi on a tour of Northern AJbwjr.thls week with Vice and was conversant iwiW'Ww company's plans Manyberrles- Altawan gap. -J The announcement of Vice Pres- ident Coleman the more pleasing Albertans owing to that, only a few weeks ago, judgment was given by the Board of Jtffhway Commission- ers dismhmngSjfce .pplteation of the associated-Jean's trade along Weyburn line for an force the C P to complete lifr'jistnlctlen of the lint, the board Hiding that It had power to gJMMt an order With a'prictical certainty that -the Lethbridfle-Weyburn line gap 'will be constructed this summer, with a penlbilrty inat action may be on Ktpp-Retlaw branch, and wittrareat irrigation -extensions In vifjuS the are iint Southern 'Alberta -w en terlng an era ofnCMstruction wid development such it has never all past Watery: tjne crop out of grain fields, is causing a matt feeling to prevail In M circles. The only retarding elements In the outlook are the high cost of build- ing materials and the shortage of labor. Never during the .winter hat there been an overplus of. men- m this city or district Holland Might MoveEx-Kaiser From Frontier BRITISH 'NOTABLES DEAD LONDON', Feb. Canadian Ihe deaths of notables announced yesterday are the follow- ing: Dr. Laurence Humphrey, of Cambridge; Lord Dormer, head of Ihe famous Calh61IclVfamlly whose first earl i was comroEinder-In-chief-of the army under Charles the First; George Wilkcs, of Trinity College, Dublin; 0. Austln.'thq well-known printer, and John a'uofed Berkshire ad of tidii" ui Frvsi- dential Power SECRETARY LANSING Whose resignation was practically da- maudcd by President Wilson, who charges Ix-uislng with'attempting to usurp power of. the-president, Khilfe the latter was ill. Nines Is Great Issue Now MODERATION LEAGUE WANTS DISPENSARIES EDMONTON7, Feb. Moderalio'n League asked .tho government today for restoration ot the Alberta Liquor to its original form before the ol 1917 ivitfi provision of govern ment dlspensane and tho 10 moval or restrictions use- ot beer and Ught winus Prem ier Stewart promised C9nsider ation Opinions of Statesmen Possibility of Strike JLooms Up Vfo of Family, of Mr. Gus Whrj At- tempted-Rescue, is Ver> 111 (From Our Own Correspondent) 'BURCETT, Feb. Word was received from Mr. Gus Schmidt, who recently left Burdett with hit family to reclde at Ctiiliwack, B.C., the death.'bf two children, Edna and Louii, by drowning, and a third child who attempted a rescue and narrowly eecaped with his life, in a critiol condition. Much: sym- pathy felt for the bereaved fam- ily. V 1'ARIS, Feb. .Hnft gary haa been granted n delay of clgl days by tho supremo nlllcil coniictl I which lo agree to the. treaty with tho aiiies, says tho 51 a tin, which asserls one allied power Is Inclined to nwkc altenuallons" In tho atrBetfleur, Irfance, having been dgnlied by English there from n newspap Issued by Ihe here fof the dotenllon .who have been :mat1e wards In eery, was strenglhened by similar. authority Issued In Franco and .children are. .haw bolog broughLbock to England. NEW LABOR PARTY ST. JOHN. "K. B., Feb. In3e- peBdenl Labor party to contest clvlo provincial and federal seat) was lam- ched' Isst night at meeting of the local leaders and The preslr rtent waa nothorlzed to confer with Joseph T.-MarVs of TorOnlo, secret the Independent Labor party .of Ontario, asklng'-hlm to come hero and lend assistance In ,tho tormalton of a Surly, _.________ oncfusicm of the trial of mehibers which has been accused of acllng In if of CsriaanMnlsrsst! the THE HAGUE, Feb, Vl-Holland probably would not De'unwlllina to accede to a polite request from the allies to put former Emperor William farther from the German frontier than he ii at present, it halt been learned would undoubtedly resent any dictation at to jcr.ding him to a Dutch island or any particular place, Menace to Peace of Europe LONDON, Feb. the 'allied su- ireme council forwarded to Holland ho hole prepared yesterday on the caso of former Emperor William, whoso surrender to the entente was recently refused by the Dutch govern- ment. -.Tlio uolo was signed by Prenv ier Lloyd George as president of the council. (Previous dispatches; have indicat- ed that the note emphasized 'the Unanimous view of the.nllicsflb.at the presence ol the f ornjer .em- pcror in-lloiland constituted, to the peace of Ku'ropiJ, and 'that it ap- pealed to Holland not to create great- cr dltfi'ciilties by'inshtiiig on'his right I ot ncyliiin.) HOPE ALL U.S. WOMEN CAN VOTE AT COMING PRESIDENT fAL ElJGCTION Increase Own 'Stipend Front to Give Premier More lonced to penal servltndo for llto, dlspatcli The flliers were ac- VON MARWITZ WONT SURRENDER Associated -yon Marwitz, In -dis- cussing the allied demand for his exi tradition, today.decrnred ho 'wonld not surrender-himself .and that ho thought ft Inconcelvkble that Entente rimcors) leading 10 protest iigalnsl the (le- ot their spycrtiinotils. HORSE MEAT AS FOOD :ON SILVER FOX RANCHES', HEW YORK, Feb. high cost of living tias struck even the- aristocratic iltver li the resort of the Fur Auction Sales Corporation, which annouftced'today (hat of the illver fox frrmi in the market for a number hortes. to be uaed'aa: fox food. Bttf, lumti and p6rt( too1 (or 'foxes toiiay. Meat and a certain brantl of breakfast food the diet ol Uw fox, 'CHICAGO, Feb. Governors of the various itatef thai- have not ratified the federal suffrage amendment ylll rec.etve.teligrams 'urging immediate action the women in the United States may Vote at the presidential election In November, This was decided today at fifty-first annual con- ventlofi of the Natfohal American .Woman Suffrage Association, McKENZIE MANM SUED .TORONTO, Fell. ll.-rSir William McKenzfe and Sir DcnMrt Mann nro belns; sned by Annlo Mtirray, Janiea R. Murray and Oeorgo Miirray, of this rccovc-ry Of be due Us penalty .on a bond ikfed Juno 27, 1913. -.The :bondj It i to secure payment of f loz claimed Interest on ft mortgage alleged :t have been CTCCiilcd by Klmer Ogllv real ostP'" QUEBEC, Feb. Que- bec assembly last night passed a bill presented try Walter Mitchell, provincial treasurer, in- creasing the salary of the prem- ier from to arid in- creasing1 the r Indemnities the members of the legislature -from jo Wheri -the details of the meas- ure were made known ttie rumors again started that Sir .Lomer Gouin would retire shortly and 'would be succeeded by Hon.. L, A. Taschereau, attorney-general, -'It ts argued that the Increasing of the premier-- to Is to.Induce Tascher- eau to step Into the shoes of Sir Lomer Gouin, when the latter de- Med.to resign. f tniiilL n 1 ress Lrasec] JONHON Feb Canadian 1 ress itionalization anil thrciti a, miner strike are engrossiug topics on ill phtfonns non Ilaldane, been balled in miny qiiarlera as i Fecruit-to-lha Labor partv in A sjicecli at Oxford timt Mas m fasor ot the na lalkallon of niuuEtnu as! a sotti tion of the labor problems, it mduslries were to be nationalized ieu men and women must be trained ft would irever do to leave the; mat- tcr in the hands of the present civil <-ei'Vico. Discontent- in labb'r ranks wns largely duo lo Ignorance. and Inbar'must ho given to educate itself. At tie Birmingham chamber of commerce -dinner, Auckland Gcddes, president ot ths board of trade, described Iho' niiners' cam paisn as one for syndicalism. It would be Impo.sslble for the eounlry for a prosirerous fulure if a body of men, not representing the govern- ment, la control a vital industry, he said. Atquith's Great Reception LONDON, Feb. 14. (Canadian home-coming of ex-Prem- ier Asqnlth on Friday, after his ley bye-election campaign, resembled Ihc memorable Gladstonian Midloth- ian experiences. At niid Loeds, where tho train lialtcd, enthus-. lastic crowds greeled htm-and com- pcllod him to mate brlef.speeches. His rccepllon at Iho sialiou in London was exciting. Thousands passed nround the ox-premier and his.parly, wlio were in imminent danger of in- jury. .JUr. Asqulth. however, made an attempt at a speech; in which" he said LANSING TAKES HINT; SUBMITS RESIGNATION ert Lansing ended his career as secretary of state today, after President Wilson had accused him of usurping 'presidential powers by calling meetings of the cabinet during Mr. Wilson's Ill- ness. Correspondence between Presi- dent Wilson and Secretary Lan. sing beginning February 7, and ending today, was given, out .to- night at the state department. Tilr Lansing's resignation was accept- ed today to take effect immediate- ly. The correspondence i: coldly: polite and between-the runs an undercurrent of animosity that dates back; to. the peace .confer- ence in Paris, which both attehd- 'I must 'remarks