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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XOL PACKS i ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1930 FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER 25, Brussels Hears Is Overthrown 4e 'Jan. town of Kranoyarsk, Eastern Bi- berlti D'U been captured by Ihe BbUievlkt, according to a Y, Ire- led reeefved here thli evening from VOMOW. The mecuge alzo. the capture of sixty thonand 11, rifiei, iM guns, ma- cbice, IS anucrred tralaa, 200 looomottres, stores of food.aud NAVIES Great Britain and the States Should Do This and Protect' (he World LONDON, Jan strong ap- peal In favor of iioollng the. British and United Slates navies and consec- rating them to) the senrice of the League ot Nations as an Instrument for banishing ,.ar from" the seasTIa made in the weekly article of Alfred G Gardiner In the Daily hews today Mr Gardinerv throitgh cmacUnatlons In the Leacw of NaUons (3 lost, nothing can prevent the Uaitei States from-ibe- comlng the naval power In the world, and'that this situation wouH: produce a feellni; of anxiety' In England which easily develop Into -suspicion and perhaps into an- tagonism. way .to prevent this to Mr, Gard- and, "that Is" ho "to say, now while the'iky' Is dear, while we are still matters of our faterttat there Bb-H never be naval competition be- tween tha two countries Nothing easier than to make uch a decision now..' It may bo, dlfllcult to nuke it a year hence, and tc-o lato to make It flvo years hence.1' Rumor u eral Strike Said to Have Been Deebrtd IF TRUE, COINCIDES WITH RATIFICATION BRUSSELS, Jin. I era from Germany reaching here tciay brought urcenflrmed'reporU that Gtfmtn gayarnnwht hat been overUtrown. It waa ed that the were ten of the situation and'a gen- eral stdkt haa been -declared througKout the territory not under Allied occupation. _ The report' of German (orernmeot .OTerthrow is not connnn- ed from any source, aod it ma> be noted that tke dispatch, itself carries lt6nld appear .to been deliber- ately planned' to-coincide, with the set for patting tad treaty of Ver- sailles into effect and: miking a slate of be '.Germany and Allied powera unponible. N 9 r.Cenv1firiatlDn' LONpON, connection with the aaoonarmed report from Bnuaela of a Oerman! garerniaeot OTerthrow, from Berlin by way; of Copenhagen. recelred moralnjt, did not Indicate that any thing of aa extraordinary nature had beext loraaeen in Geratany up to a aoor la HtlYISSOE FdSEES AN EARLY In Addrepa at Kaynvon4 Sa.vs to Be Criticizes Dominion Own Jan. nn early rota .on tho Importation of liquor Into, Alberta, warning his hear- era to be. for the with the liquor Interests and critlclalix the Dominion government In Itn teapor- policy Martin WooJf, for the Cardstiri "riding, and dent of the Alberta Social Servlbe rourjcll.-.to'.-i Several handred men and women of Raymond Uat night sorns- thltwj shout the big problems cDn- froutlng ft em as of com- monwealth. The meetiaa; WM held In (he audltorltim of the nntntl school tinder, the 'assplces of the Women's Instiinte. Mrs. J. P. addreiir of the mem- ber pi jtrong for vigilance. lie said that Social Serrloa ootmcll were endeavoring to hare a piebla- clle taken as: soon u poeilbla the ouwtlon of llqaor Importation. He hoped vote would, taken under 'tha elections act rather than, that of the Dominion as tho former that woraei shall The vole, Mid Mr. (tJonlfaaVl on pegs sli.) POTATOES JUMP IN TORONTO TORONTb, Jan. 4 (o the great demand for dlnn pbtafoeit In Unltod Stales and jhe demand of Wsim- rtlan farmers (or good seed, the prlco per SO-pound bag in To- ronto has gori9 to On January 2, tho tarns qusllly and '.'quantity'ot lubera could be kougbt fpr 4. Sir Eric Geddes Says Reply To Railwarmen Depends On This Procedure :Ja'n. Erio' minister of transport, n- plylno today to; the communica- tion of the, rallwaymen rejecting the government's wage.propoeala, aald a full answer must wait until he could bring the whole quettlon before the "cabinet, Inasmuch aa the involved were of nat- ional Importance'and affected ev- ery atctfon o'f the" country. He aald -co'urse was necessary, because the gov- ernment had'been'laid down by the Sir Eric he would give a .reply covering the entire tltua- tlen at the'earileat pottible mom- ent: which-W9U I'd carry the full of government Late this aftjrnooti, it was an- nounced ..that government would meet the railwayman next Monday. MAY NEOOtlATE FURTHER W.. from Sir Erlo.Geddet, minister of tranecwft, communication of the rallwaymeh, 'refusing the termafor settlement of the wage demands erf work- expected' aofne time during day. Tlw'irilnMry of tranav f.ort was during the Un- lori of- Railway confer- The 'reply 'eft the tlon open 'for negotiation and It believed In'official quarters tvtst llr Eric :would deputatlon'of men dtcla.-. ed In a wireless from Moccow to- 4 General troops, the says, are retreatlna in the direction of Kharsoh, east- ward from Odesta. Moffie Thriller That Was Real Worker Fight in Mid-Air j- CHICAGO, Jan In real life were viewed by numerous yesterday morning they In the vicinity of the northj abutment of the new Boulevard bridge, and watched two atruiturtl engaged In a life and death battle on the of the ateel framework, 150 fttt In the air. They aaw one men acale a beam at the pinnacle of itructure, aelze an 1 leon'owJoiel fd '-j 't at me other worker. A the weapon atriKe the moire'head him nMlfng toward the edec of a narrow acaffotd. The Chambers a rivtter, Ven to itageer and tJurp (T about to fall Into the riverjbelow, but wtth an effort extended hTsdeft hand and owe of the which There he swayed until he The fight result of it perwna! quarrel. t FLAX WORTH ACRE Coaldale Farmer Sets Up Grain Crop Irrigated in July When Not a Plant Had Sprouted. Ex-Kaiser is Insane Now the Peace Treaty Are Exchanged Big Event Took Place in ParijTriis Afternoon Putting Peace Treaty Into .of Nations, Goes Into Effect on Powers Disap- pc..nted United States is Not Included. PARIS, Jan. treaty of Versailles, nutting peace between Germany and the ratifying allied poweis wn-> put into effect at A: 15 o'clock this afternoon by the ex- change of ratifications. .Baron Kurt von Lersner, head of the German mission, affixed his signature to t he-protocol at 4.09 o'clock. Ceremony Complete at, 4.1i p.m. The entire ceremony, 'which took place In the Clock Hall at the French foreign ministry, was com- pleted by 4.16 o'clock. Signed Previously, Banbn, yon Lerener, head of the German mission, >lgrt- ed the protocol of November 1, providing for. reparation.for' the alnklng of the JOerman warships at Sc'apa tnftBre. the carrying out of the armistice elgnlng of ment took place the mlnlateref Baron von and. Herr von Slmson, the other German repreeentatlve, wvre, ramoiio the last to arrive the.fprelgn'.mln- Istry for today's ceremonlee.- They passed Into the l forelBn 'office' shortly: after :Premler 'Clemeh- ceau, who usual' was given'an ovation as he stepped'out-'of hie The delegitet In tlia office of mlnJileVr' -rf foreign who. at a eecr the the LONDOH, Jan. Exchange Telegraph dispatch today, .from Genoa says the Italian sitimer Prlnclpeta Mafalda, l> reported to atruek a mine and sunk with IOM of 700 of the tltarr.er have no confirma- tion of the report, tint It it tit- credited by Lloyd's shipping agency here, The Prlncfpesa Mafalda hap not' been reported >lnce she left Buenoe Ayres 31 for the Mediterranean. She Is.not due to 'Gibraltar for several yet, however, the average time of the run from Ayru to Of' braltar being i.0 days, The Prlnclpeia Msfalia.la- steamer of tons grow, built In 1900, She li ownVd'.by'.the i Lloyd-ltaliano V .What l> claimed to be a re- cord, smashing any per acre re- turn In for a grain yield, la reported Trom the Coaldale district by K. A. the .pioneer Irrigation firmer of that" district: Mr, SUM it t has just completed thrashing a 34 acre field of fltx which Will yield him a .return, he of about 1180 per lore. More- than 990 bushels wors threshed off. the field. This Is worth IS.'per bushel for ordinary commercial purptx _ea at present; he could sell eVery of It >t H.per bushel for.. right now, 'and. as there If very little flix In Southern Alberta right now ho expects to get even more. ,The big money, yield per acre Is not the only Interesting feature of thle flax crop. It Is hot generally accepted that Irrigation Is nppllc- able In the else of .flax, but Mr. Supgltt has theory. spring the land fn which the crop was grown was'timothy eod. 1 It was broken, up and., the flax sown about the middle of June. Thero wae not enough moisture In the soil 1t> terminate Uw flax, so eirly In July turn- ed on the walef frim.the ditch. At that time the field was us dry at a board and as bare as the road. Wonderful growth followed and early In In time to avoid the the drop was cut and stacked. Threshlhf was Just finished on Thursday with the above result. Speaking o( (he repoh of tho crop production la (ho C.P.R. Le'lhbrldge Irrigation belt which Appeared In the Iferald. a couple of-days ago, Mr. there Is hardly a Ilgore glfen In the article for average yield Itr any of the crops-which could not be doubled In Individual ones' during (he.year. In conneclI6n wltli wheat, tho average waa 20 bushels over the o'[ 8J.COO acres. F.. 0. whose firm lies close to Coaldale, harTeated a forty ao.re (ieM which yielded 53 bushels per acre. Mnny 40 bushel crops vrero re- ported. Tlio given In the irlfcte for wheat and ho lirs tho fame as were obtained ID the fowell district In Wyoming list year, but In Iho Wyoming case the alfalfa are both Irrigated sU during Hie growing aosaon. wire) li the name now -to the uuderioed 111- j ness which the former Bm- j poror William for somo time past. The houcebold at Amerdogen, aa oa ai island liy.tho overflowing of the silj-'to keeping -watch oyer ait incoherent and ae nlle, whose, o( trembling Im- becility, Is Tailed pniy-by moods of The rigid liolttlon from outside sur- Telllance, which liis ciado It.-ilifrl- oult to pbtalu aocaratc picture of tho ex-kaUer.jIs said to bo nolp'y for the 'purpose' ot 'concealing Wiihelm'a jiltlfnl condlHon. Pence. _ many and imiaber Iocs' enga'ged In the. great' war with her am tak- en at: Paris today. The'peace treaty now goes Into' effect u between, Ger- many and those powers that: have, fin- ally raUned Britain, France, Italy, Japan, Delglanj, Bolivia, Brain Guatemala, Peru, Poland, Slam, echo-SloTatta, ioi Uruguay. Great Brltalm was the first of the great powers represented tn the" mp-1 yreme council of the peace conference 'to take snch1 followed'ln succession by Trance, Italy and Japan. The United States alone of Five" has not ratified the1 treaty: As the list shows, formal ratlBcatlons have been given by most of the'suiall-- er powers, 'signatory to the i -treaty. China did not sign the document, be- cause of her objections to, the Shan- tung provttlons, but' proclaimed' a guaranteeing.the carrying out ot armtsUce terms. Since that time the question of prth tocol and particularly the reparation provisions In it, hare been under nc- gottatolnn between the Allied reme councilnnd German govern: ment. It waa only 'within the past fortnight that the situation began ly. clear, an adjustment of the'tonnage demands -upon Germany being Breach- ed; Continued on Pass Dntch' Parliament Saggeata it to Considered Serjonsly THE HAGUE, Jan. the Asioolated Pren.) The first .chamber of the Dutch parliament his drafted and presented to the cabinet nvemorandum Ing that It It now deajrabls that Holland requart former Emperor William of Qsrmany to return to his own'country. In; the: ordinary course of llanienUfy prooedure, the'govern- ment would answer the first chanv ber. The government, however, It has been learned by correspond- ent, not consider mem- orandum It li explain- ed that It waa Intreduced at the cugixttlofi ef a oingle member during budget debate, as a matter