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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIII. I ELYE PAGES LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JAXUAIW 2, 1020 TWELVE PAGES NUMBER-18 All Candidatfes Must Declare MselvesNationsLeague SHAKE-UP IN OTTAWA CABINET; Bolshevik! Again MEWBURN RESIGNS, BURRELL AND SIETON GET NEW PORTFOLIOS Idaho Makes U. S. Being Let! Into to Reach a Com.- .promise on Jhe IVace Treaty in ihe Figures in New Year's Cabinet S'take-Up cdBfcrretl with Senator Swanson, ofj ni'.d tho senate Virginia, rt consistent supporter of Ilia. gave' at' wtion toJii'y to nesottatlona admlnistrattqn In tho treaty light, aod j fur a peace treaty compromise, con- i Stnator Kiag. Utah, 'who voted j various members of their': rcteivatlons lu tesslou. respective parlies. i U was understood that article 10 ot Senator of the reservation's given the greator tho Itcpuhllcau leader, sent for Sena-: share of attention oy memhers of both ter'iii.'.'arry. ItiJer of the'pirtles aad that EO tar neither mild reservation group, had advanced a ths j nnj ni'.h t-Iuj bow far would censMer favorably. JUr-ubiicans couli S') In muil'yL'ig t Borah Makes Demand rcjr i rations by lha Eeaata! V.'ASill.VGTOX. Jan. majority at thcj Us! of v-oa-icl llepubllcan senators opposed to the j St-vera! atWr senators also league of nations to request all He-; 'publican presidential caudldates to' On the sl'ie. Senator place thntiipe'ves on record as to tho Hitchi-oci. cf iavolvcd !a the league of nations _ ._ j was rc-vealed today by Senator jljaho. R'lio made public a letter ad-! jdrewtd to Oovemor Louden, of llli-[ an the liecubllean i nor p ttrj m. S HELD UP Secilor Borah charges iu tiU I tliat powerful Ksropcan and Americas interests were !T dra-.r. _____________________________ ilT.e United Stilus into European at-; Ualrf. tirongii the "t nation? if HOH. MARTIN BURRELL cot-by secret aod tacit i of cuv.om-. German De'egales is lo Sapply Food to Ontial Kurope j RadicaU Caught in Drag Xrt in Kind Harwood 11IHD IN IFon. J. A. Catder Takes Over the Duties of Minister Militia, CABINET VACANCIES WLJ., NOT. BE TILL BOROEN'S KETURN OTTAWA, :pnt., Jan. Year opens '.vith a shake- up, as follows: Major-Gen. Mewburn resigns as m'nlster of raltilia, as from Jan. 15th, Hon. Arthur Sifton retires ss minister of public works and be- comes secretary of state. Hon. Martin Burrsll retires as secretary of state and beLomes minister of customs. Pending 'the aflointment of a Major-uen. Mewbiirn, Hon. J. A. Gajder will bt acting minister of mUitia. Hon. Dr. Reid wilt also act as minister of public works. The two cabinet vacancies left to be titled are one from New Brunswick and one from Ontario. It is not that these will be filled until tha return of Sir Robert Corden from his holidays. Transfer Department cf Mines OTTAWA. Jan. was n further ciianse In cabinet portfolios le-' r__., day, althci'ish a mil ur one. The de- partment of mines, which, for the tv-o years or so. has been under Hie direction fc' the secrelnry of state, is _jlE5 transferred hack to the depart meat of Ihe interior. Hon. Arthur Mcfehen. minister o.' interior, will. ihcr'-foro. al.-o be sworn ir: stints-, Ur nt mine.'. Transfer of the lU-part-j wll! U-J.-3D a of the tin-, of HiKht Hon. Arthur the: of f'.z'.e. Of intn Mr.i health r.ot been i Press Comment t OTTAWA. J33. Mornirr; vstins on Ihc ichar.gci sayv; I "The slri'T.' v.iJhin the raliinet br jirtmier yr-.-tr-rday tn t-c a ile.-i.-c (..ve lion.' "A.: n n." if-, are tv.-n or'rf "nly Figures in New Year's Cabinet Shake-Up Throw Out Feelers leneral Peace Would Make Great Concessions to World Powers, But None to Gen. Army Novv of Three Russia a Groping Child But Will Save Herself if Left Alone, Says British Investigator. DOIU'AT. Rus- these Asiatics, hut I know that whei la wtlll'iig mako great conces-, the i.erpetrators arc found guilty they Eic-ns to the Emit powers lu the in- terests nf peace, but will not Uold out ilhe olhu brani'h lo Gen. Ocnlklno. ac- 1 cording tn M. KUsufcc. secretary ot tho conferring with JSsth- man ili-lrzalei here. "A yejir ogo we ered lieace with Gen. ho have consid- salii. "bat now it' is a figit to finish." tho fire exterminated." Mr. O'Grudy strongly byposed unn cd intervention in Hnssla, saying would bo :i delusion to hiilltl hopea on Admiral Ivolchak and Gen. Denikliie, both of u-hoso armies, he ndtleJ, beaten and broken. "Don't let us Mr. O'Grady. asserted, "thiit, su.Men anil dratnati1: intervention by Jap'.n would solve the that tho Bolshevik j problem of iiuiihevism, by destroying rmy now rium' sred men nud it. Ever a well equipped army of eotarc-d it to b. invincible. would itself destroyed liy Hussia lies in education.1' MAJOR-GEN. MEWBimN Who as minister ot ni HON. J. A. CAt-DEa "Soviet however." ho de- clared, he glad to disband I ha various pronlc. entire force if peace with tho-vrjrlcl could he achieved." jtiolshcvlk agents have, reported that France is IrylnB lo organize :i i huge offensive agalnil the soviet eminent, be said. Russia a Groping Child LONDON'. Jan. i'aa eve ot liia I return to Copenhagen to resume tho prisoner exchange negotiations with i Maxlsn Utvinoff. ihc U.Mshevik repre- I scntatlve, Jatnes O'ursriy told the Mlrrcr that ho bc-llsved the negu'iations will be successful and that the reparation of British Brison- j ers acil .-JrilSsh civilian residents In soviet Itiusia wotilfl bo effected the 1 Crt.l of January. I Mr. O'Gr.idy said his consultation since his return from Copenhagen j would aid materially In bringing sV-Viii :i settlement, lie expressed it ns Ms opinion tbut Russia wcuM save !icr- j if Ic-.'t alone. "flif i. nnw !ike a child groping in tin hut she ii growine h-j "Xinelv ]ir-r cont. of HnssI-C'! nnp- Ii illiterate." continued V.r. o't-rri-jy. "The other M pee cent, is i ni'n-lv They nre Asiatic [people .inr 'it ioyst a thousand HSi' America of Anothr.r i "Kns.-u.-v.-ill rcficiievale by her own i I iK-lieve she becotne j the America or another new world. The svoict government today ts far i more humanitarian, far pancr and far 1 more statesmanlike than thr; soviet of ,1 yoar ago. Atrocities, llussut, if not by only hope foi JiuUhcriki Make Great Con- cessions in Order to Pul. Knil to Fighting DOFU'AT, Jau, Stufiy of the agroecicnt signed hy Estlioniau and Uolslicvik representatives last night Iircliniir.ary (o nil armistice, par tic d- guaranlces, K.'tiioiiiuiig Inive scored a notalile success in ihe most important points under Tho biggest sur- the that MI........ i i 11 Hfm Ui .i i..s .inui nit-n, c.m- acJiiiK rnnistiT o: miima. arc by c-Jerl foluijirs v In: fought undur Gon. VudRiilicJi iti his recent curnpaign against until nficr the jwirc I real y belKt'CMi KstSionia, nnit soviet Itusria rn Li tied. Hoifhcvik representatives admit thev ninde Rreat rcmccsalons as to IrontEt-rs r.nrl military guarantees, M. Joffe, head of the soviet delegation, in io surccc-d >3r. CarviII. but i .ir.roiurir.? ihc pioJi.il, Sir :ilK ilcciir-I that waiter to sian.l. ''1 exceeded the latl- jludo allowed by Ihe Moscow, govern- Tft i AA fiincnt and expect to be calleil to r.y Ontario r r.ium. but wo i M r __ _ ?hovrn are able to make peace." LONDON'S NEW MAYOR TOIIOSTO. .l.'-.i. -V'mtr ai in tho tually varring against the other. c raiting mid organizing armies ut ;n ciliicr fiitle Is prohibltec'.'. It ipro- viiifd tliat all itoops nnl unuer- of ciiliRr goves'HisiCiit nil Juu. J. shuli be- (lisarmocl ami nil nrmy ninl mut of, ex. J'tnl BOOKER AOAIN IN V1AMILTON.................., ......___ __ to c-'iwiil 1'nhy HIllH .Ji'.it. fi-nrtlt I'v [i [if ov.-r j Thiriy in-r cfil. nf pTich Halfiinl. iiiid .if sl ihy nT city jc; iiiin-covotMiuenL stmlcs u'-Uft tiu-L a IIHA L-JLII fur a toil witliin days nf'cr I'AI'AI, 'V, T 'l :r i r j-: c.n T'.-. tf--. T.i'cr. '..1 Tr, i -r-.r frv an r- nH'i Awar T. v-'-T j-.. i'i f .7 i.-t'-'.r It TSA- Ir. of j J TEI.EPHOMK i.-.-.r." JO -.vors-irn. WORKERS STRiKE; _____ ANOTHSn ATTEMPT TO REACH BELLE: SSLE TiORTH SYDNEY, N, S.. Jan. Government stram- .-r .Mon'c.-iT sailed at 6 o'clock mcrninq in .Inclhcr ID reach Scitc Is'e suppi cr, fur the The try :o to liy (J3ing nr-'inrt tile Cr.Et Coast r.f N Irtful, THREE KILL'JDJN WONTS EM T -1 A n N' w V c r' i L', truce rren in a car ?t Cote P.-r-" rfr by Cr- -rd .n [JIASKED I LIMKHK'iC J'dST A'.ohi-on M III lu'vn cijlit rrunjiart-l wilh si'veh I.ldt (if control Ir ]i...-- i -i.li.ii-li'. l.i vl. .Ian. II; Al-1-nr.an Alchlwn. O'lli-ir, Abler- IIMII'C. Mcr.t.-'.'nl. "''hio :n- fcr i. Ah: it. h 2 -AM IMllli'lCI 'ji man Trclovan, AM- inrin McQnci'lfir. anO ir.on Torr} Coop- Milnto'h nncl I iilirrfl! .iri'l riiui fn in iinnic.- ir.ay Ilio rUh'jr (jf li'.-. Ilir Tliat ni''M i'.'llionian iiiilirinnllly may niMi-f tin lirinv. cf pr.rir, 11! r or pi.'vic'. Unsai.i may H1 ?.g.iir.st tlifl tliat may nn' iic foruirrl in eillier or soviet. midrr Ihn in-'jlfiife that Eiidi ore.niizaMoli is Itu! f-vmru'iil C'i all or part of Ihn U-'r- rllory nf r-'Uier parly. Ir: rme. i. OLD I'' rn n flAS i' Mf, '.-an tc-rdsy. DEF'AT LONDON FARI: tin! .in. DAMEI.J.CN, Conn., .'31-. The of .i.ied 31, r Spanish black t-> been the oldest hen in Ti'; IJrit-rl r-.r.tcSj 's finnevjiccd by its In l.cr youth r. 'i'viTi When 15 ycnn c'-J black be- came l.t-st ?prjnj inalncrccl n brccj'l r.nti laid i'1 the Oid ;e c.ulsd a f -AMermcn tinrton and K'iiiri. .-'l.-'p lan-ci tn CM.. fnr 'li- I'vdrn Mi" iMinlll. 'r'l CiU-.rli.i for ti.c nt nhi.'nli..... linr I'lrh'T 'i'lif. !'..-tc! Ill" Allr U'jl.-'Vl-'.-n ;m'I I ONTAH1O MAYORS j TOUONTO. J A r- with pf'rli toi'ay Ih.i yes lenlay of I ho fo'.I'iwinr; a.- i; dc-1 ;ryao After ir.pr.'liiip -.vhift: I'rnnrci fln-.i-'Muvpir" Vifpson. tony 1 rresideiicy DETnOIT. ,Mich., Jan, liam Jcrrlngi Bryrn will be enter- crJ in Michigan's presidential prim- iiry .IE n c.TiiriitJrUe for cr.dorsc- nient Ocmncrntif; for ta local of ths farmer secretary ot state. PctiEions in his favor, will require on'y 130 nnmcs, L-3 in tirculntion shortly, it said, "The will Aprif 5. ;