Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME XOL TWELVE PAGES LETHBtUbGE. ALBEFTA. TUESDAY, JANUARY TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 21 SATURDAY WILL LIKELY SEE TREATY RATIFIED Story of .Attempt to Float in U. S.- Made Out of Whole Cloth CALCULATED TO HURT BRITAIN IN STATES NEW YORK, Jan. to (he Montreal Wall Street Journal, In an editor- ial today, under the eela of a saye: la the evidence of known cbnditioi-j to demonatrata that the ato_ry of' the: of a cffpumpiated attempt by Gnat Britain to raise here a loan was a falsehood made out of whole cloth and circu- lated for the definite purpoee of stimulating anti-British feeling for politics! purposes. Britain doee not need auch a loan, or any [oan, from the'United Statea now and will, need financial help etlll lesa In the future.'? Canadian Farmers Hear Interest NEW YORK, Jan slonert of approximately 20 dc- accepted an In- vitation from. church to confer In Philadelphia on Feb. 3 to 6, on a propotal for a national merger of Christian In- UTxfer the name .of the United Churches of Christian Am- erica, according to an -announce- ment today from Preibyterlan headquarters tn this city. The pro- poeed constitution of the new or- ganization, the announcement looks forward ultimately fco i complete organic union of tho the membership of the council. Another Railway Strike 4 Gov't. and Labor Heads Fear It v LONDON, Jen. ii felt by government officials end laker leaders ever" what aiifjaara U be an Impending railway crltii In btflalnd. of tho local will moot In conference tomorrow aatd.H seeme almeet certain.the government's offer in of xhs, eoMroVaray.with tho men injower will bo rejected. J.-H. TKoJtiao, aocrwtari' of tho National Union of Rail .1.3 iii favor of accepting tho.offer, but ho ind hla aoooclater rcajlie unwilling to compromise at the preeent time, especially tlncr the Valley election lias shown unexpected of tho lah'..-; ticket. Meeting, went hoU at various railroad controe thrWglritit Unii-ed Kingdom yeeterday and rejection of tho government's vaHablo anawer of tho men. It la hold tho rffsr la a yJadsrCitttion werd and tha men affected by the proposed rsjeriiment boot ties eottlemerta with locomotive engineers and men of graJct Inofudod the addition of bonueea to granta of higher pay. Humorist Mistreat Germany Joint Operation of and Holts to Bast Trivia of Heos kis Dvlnsk, the Hilmitted in.a: Rus- sian sovlefcVin'ciuriicp.llon received wlrelesj from'-'sVoscov: .today. Tlie place was abaitEontHi under enemy stattieni "WINNIPEG, Jan. Can- adian jrocednrc ,d dlicnMlpna occ'ipled .the session of the-convention of'representatives >ftha United Farmers' political move- ment from tiio'three western provin- .arid Saskatch- of tha Janadlaa Council .of. 'Alrfeullnre thfi forenoon. .'One hundred and-fltty del- egate? prtaent listened ifltli description of tho farmers' political moTement In Ontario aa4 Alberts. Manitoba and Saskatch ewan repreuiitittTM resort this afternoon. J 1 Morrison aid Cot J Z. both epoke at some taofth about On tario and O L MaePhenon reported for Credential ami raohrUons commit- teea appotatSd aa folloTt CndenMa Greenfield, Alber- ts; J.'J. Morrison, Ontario; U. XI. John- son, Saskatchewan; W. Fl. Wood, Mail- Dispatches fipm Copenhagen yes terday reported' th? breaking ot the Bolfhetlk frotLt! on the Dvlna tb attacks by Lettish troops. The Bolshevik! were reported to be re- trekflng V-ayldlyand it was announced Uist the Tfere a few kilo- metres of Dvlnsk; Tbe Lettish bureau in announces that the Letts were'enpporttd en the right wing by Polish arn'v. Tbe Joint [oba. cperatlonfl, aimed at tho Resolutions: J. J. Morrison, On- liberation of east Letvia from the IJol- tarlo; W. J. Orchard, thevlkl. D. Sjiea'ja, AHijrta; B; B.'Saicr! .Tbe Pobsh armies, Maoitol-s, aral .P, which are engaged !i the campaign ary of the Cctiacii "ct :thls yesterday culture. In addition tt Michigan, and Uew Yor1< factory mjhlnj tubing used In The tranuetioria announced represent an InHlal In- vestment of approximately 000.