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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JANUARY TOPOLAN Did Not There uatlori In that country.' Many Things on List, and .Enforcement Reciprocity Agreement KDMOVTOV 'ilta Jan- conx-ntton ot the I.jilted Farmers o Alfrta now in session Hero eol Into the really business ot its gallier toward the of the opening toien tho lUCtUon ot Need In Poland Great Food Commissions for Turkey and Rumania PAHIS, Jan'. Eupreans.coun cil ot supply aid relief, at its Sina.FeinetiTake Themselves: Very )Seribusly in NeV "Parliament" Bui Nobody The orj-anliatlon i stand on tartlts was according to an offfcisl brought up for di cussion There n TevteraaJ adopted were six a reconimendation fhal Interallied re Ihe prcgram, and lh_o be appointed Tor arcst TrieMe and Constanti nople Herbert C Hoover directo- gcneral o( relief presiding at tho one tfpeed.of. h lows: He e business. H fol- that wo now dennni Jig W.V B sj.tcra ot direct taxation be worled out ncxt.session as speedi1r_as pte ilble to'take care of all meeting The council to lend a let Marthal Focli asking him to teo arta tako Immediate under the tie go ind that oJl tariff t ii duties be removed and that tte gov M .riment arrange to lake over! all'no. ano> practical manufacturing les that claim lo not be able to rate them without the iirotec ULU them as publh- utUi a11 employees on a t t gootl comtOTtaHfe on elilit'nour. work andU joinllv sfl td refuse to snipilort am the foluro lor the ______ not pledged them seHes to "fills plan In pre'enlmg the subject It was ex plained thai this resolution represent id one ot the plants ot the farmers platform ai adopted bv the Canadian Courcll of Agriculture nt Winnipeg on N'oyemher 21 Delegate Herbert at once made a mollon that the resolution of the LCD tral board bcTiUhdrawn ind lhal Ihe convention get down at once lo the discussion of the planlc loosing to Us adoption ana here the milter rested the time o! adjournment with the mover of the original resolution igreo ins to lls'withdrawal The> Platform: Is the plait ot the- farm ers platform to bo disputed lie it resolved that lh ot Agrlcullure rep- resenting the organized firmers Canada mrgei, tlial as a mMns remedying these evils and brluglo about mnon needed social and eco jrornic reforms, -our tariff laws shoul be amended as_foliows t Bj an Immediate and sffbstanl all round reduction Ihe customs tariff- By reducing the customs duly, on goods Imported from Great Britain 1o oriehllf the rales under the general tariff, and that-, further rradual nnlform reductions, be m the remaining tariff on British im noTln that will ensure complete frco tride between Great Britain and Can In live 1 Reciprocity the reciprocity agreement o Mil which film T'mains on the United Sliten statute books bo accepted the parliament ot Canadi JThaTatr jooasjuft not .Included In TeclprWlly agreement be place on the Hat machinery YehuW fertlliuers, con lumber cement. Illuminating fuel am nieuia.ic HJCIMUISO _ armisuce'irTsecuro tae transport 01 foodsluffB through. Danzig for ro and -Mea-ures were taken lo pro vision Finland and also to oblige Ger manv to feed tbe Rus hm. prisoners in Germany. Tne Need In Poland PARIS, Jan 'Vorn L or tbe International relief organiza tuni wkd lik'nu-4 tWrned to Pans from making1 food furrey of Poland on beffaltfof the supreme food and re Met council says Oiat there are Iween 4000000 and 5000000 persons ho must it; 3aO 000 ns of food for the montlis until next harvest-" BELGIAN KELIEF FUND CEASE HERE JAN. 31 CALGARY, Jan. meeting of the Belgian RelleT committee for southern Alberta held this 'morning, at which it was 'tided, in-accordance with instruc- tions received from'the central committee for Canada, to. close the'Belgian Relief fund in this province on January 31 next Con DUOM.N Jan' 22 lo tributions received-up to that wovisiaual constitalion of1 the time will be forwarded as usual to the proMSiaiui le murt'retire if the mem ben chambers withdraw their conDdence by a definite vote ,The pneMed constitution tne provialon that aa won leanie natlona ihall have been fortntB all treaties be and In the It.oue1 shall be by the HOT IVlng llduuv, a, nuis de Soieral former Poflugues minister to Great Britain In an in with tho Mail the nnriiu! said; lias decided not to cncou aee or support the monarchist move ment In Portugal Throughout th war lie has abstained entirely -fron politics and has asked all his en to support hatever governmcn was In power ihe of the neither thrilling I nor impos penaps 1 000 mcludln many- ,'wojrien and. r-M.dren, .-.wearin green and white and vellow ribbons pressed ground the doors of the Man siort Hjuse watching the fTelcgate en Oqlj two policetien were visible ut tte Sinn r-eln had its'own pohc weanne white arm order. Another crowd of different epatriated war i eterans of the fiubll Fusiliers -was, on hand Thev na ieen entertained at luncli in the Ma iori -House and their friends and t! iliblic generally were waiting outsld o chc'cr them Tim combination fi nishcd the no sibilittes ot a cla> occurred. A large p oportlon of the audien consisted ol women number young priest was conspicuous 0 PARIS, Jsn. Wil- Premier Lloyd George are in-compete- agreement, as re- gards the Ruatiar) situation, ac ,._ng to the Pans edition of the London Daily Maij. They re gard the settlement of the Bus sian question asjibsolutely necet sary TO tne or a of nations the paper declares and they are! anxious to s-curi the evidence of accredited Bol .Vviki represtntstives as to the 'tatus of Russian affairs French continues the oaper, "it not at pr-ient inVJavor of even thu adrniilian of shevlhf regim-e, but the English is thai the Bolshevik, covernment should be invited to ientl representatives to aive evid- ence, the English suggestion be mg that repreMntatives of Rus Eia should be Invited to come to i Par. and'tell the conference ex actly what territorial powers they dam, If thereby can" be reached as to delimitations, the dim..-.-- governments can bf defined Bl __S-A rnntmue their cung o-oia one of the proposals already consld-j ereil had beeu. accepted or whether an entlrelv new plan had heen work- ed out The polirj of a walk aroUnd Bolaheusm br encouraging lawful goveruments Is being spoken ot as foremost among tha po tie Corporation of Polish proh !em ruav hare ailded an element which ma} change tho line of action from its igimm contempliled form hile tho peace consre is getting i into action the question ot President. ilson naming a fifth delegate to act on the American mission when he himself, departs for home, and the names of V ilUam H anil "Vloderate Element Has a GoocJ Control of Affairs, Accord-! ing to ihe Latest Returns, j COPENHAGEN, Jan is reported unofficially from Berlin that 319 de'egatei had been elect- ed }o the national asiembly from 23'dlitrkts up to 5 o'clock day afternoon. They were distri- buted as follows: f- Majority-Socialists, T32. German Democrats, 63. German National party, 28. Independent-Socialists, 22. German People's party, 14. i Scattering, 8. in Bavaria COPfNHAGEN Jan reports %rom the elections m lower Bavaria jnd unper the Peoples parlvfwon nvB mtiiarly two In Schle wig Holstem and Lubeck the Socialist, won fire seats iypd man Bemocrats three and the Christj I anU tne lliluiua Ul Hem BOC altbli> an" Uilhu Root been menllonea Mr win. a. sinjlt'Seat. Wilsons decision as loaiie appoint V meut'of another delegate depends ,tffE 1 ;r It necessTrv ta retarn to turope I ix. ._ J J miid alter me Slate? congress in March y IFive Greait Powers Have Agreed on Russian Policy sian i L.W..----P have reached a ai ,uch to a'dl.patch to the Central New. r, an'd cease extend them by armed fortes Jan 22-At o clock Hi I morning the first tnmload ot Canadian the Fni s of HnJain winch irrnert todaj _ ._ nf 'OUUg plIKSJl noa o! tbe popular figures arming was lather OFIarijiiin >ho reccn was dismissed from his parish bi the Bishop on account ot his political ac luilies There was a brief dcraotistralion ibe advanced down the'jCe.'ntre aisle, ihe people standing on Che'ir seals autl cheering them. Orilorj was killed to Ihe proce s ot reading all the speeches and even some ol the delegates had trouble n (dllowms them on their manuscripts It >ihould not be Inferred tliere was jiij'lafTk ol emotion'or want ot feeling of responsibility entitle part of (he delegates The) evMejitlv felt them aelfes men plains great parts in i solemn Some of their namen mas be made famous by future reauils of todiys work but none of them imposed outsllers as national flgurei of the calibre of Redmond Dil Ion Healev Devlin and other, Nation alisls. who in the speech now..appar- ently closed fought lor Hom> .Rule 1BDISRE-ELECIEDUNMII utioventtul clays from I.I-, eraool drew out from Ihe. ships side The oien aboard xire bound for and Calgary dis tncU The min soy tuoy hnvo no nplamts lo of Ihe treatment received on the trip. WARSAW Monday, Jan 20- The Polish population i> 1y defending Lemberg frpm cap ture by the Ukrainians .Wonren month Lemberg has been sur rounded by the Ukrainians and the railway has been cut Pnemysi i. .1.. being .helled bj i.x Ger man 9 Inch gun., and airplanes are dropping aWla upon the fown daily, but the Ukrainian, have not been in cap- luring it VOTE TO RETURN GRANT MADE By PROVINCE jnmDer cemeni, Inbrlcallng Oils placed on the fre Hit, ahd that all raw materials an iitacMnery used manufactut be placed on the free ffkal all tariff concessione granle "be ImmedlatHy e Oreit Brllaln That all corporations engaged Ii Ihe manufacture ot prolecle Kr (he cmtcnla Urift be obliged to comprelicnslvo nml slatenients of their earnings every cWm fW tarip protcc (Ion by ImJusfry Bhmili be heard pnbHcly before rvedal committee A nwtleii was droughi hy limes V UA of Ihe antiMy ,lhe Uniten Grain (hetexecutho Ir> 191.8 to J'AKIS Iin and Ihe olhcr self govern'tig domtn JX) ran, havo begun an for Indi vldual reprcsenlallves in Ihe projccl cil icngiio of nations Tlie> c'alm- Iho tight (o enter the IcaguoVftilh Iho same ilattia as nation" The- nuesllon Is now being cliscusi cd b> Ihe British and dominion ofli dalsNanrt It will bo Iti 'M British government to say whether it shall ask Ihe pence conference whether it shall accord the dominions Indlyidual In the league WITH DRILLS AT VARSITY entiy ciosea luusm iut -numc along consiilulional irid 'legal paths Tiie Dili) Fireann begtaa a sneis pnge lh tHe hislorj Irish proleils against Great Britain. It throws down gtilnticl to British' law What mai bo the con tquenccs'to Us menlbers ij> v------ II Iheto be any yonsequencea, no one aptly demons in Dublin can foresee or dose of the mui... llns eicrv ilnj undljlurbed wuon Uic balance s hj tlie government registered at Ihe i, JCac was presented iiMiQp n Donald Hope o UMIONTON Jan. attitude of tho ofAlbnrUwns Mansion Ho y eexeeuo n be rescinded and Iho 16 tho Ifrifled harm 'iimtr 16 tho Ifrifled har at Alberta as provfletl In Ih6 co era as pvt i tho contention felt thai rtna i o one (inch a more would be a vote of wam h 'i J'- )M riiA- nrut TOIIONTO, Jan. a meeting o( n Epeclal committee 'of the Unl- o! Toronto senile Tfternoin tho rcnueat ot Ihe students idmlnlsiralive council tliu drills houltl bo done away w-llh was acced- ed to The commlileo decided lhal for1 the remainder o( tlift I6rm as Ihera was no proper quarters In which (o con duct drill nhdjhere was some diffl- culiy also about wearing Iho uniform, liiere should bo no drill. cn a moyo w die' enc TOleiJ down Richlcf, tho pTPTtnclil vpoliceman who nas been standing 'trial on a charge ot holding lip die llal Ian, In tho restricted area an 1 robbing him o( a large sum of w'onej, was dls charged hi district court jeilerd ani ctiargcn in iiiiiriii hy Ju.lgo JacWOn, A, rewrt o thecase 1 Win be found on s Sfcc S of Ills foli SURRENDER TO MONARCHISTS Jan 21 Valenca a .mall town the Mfnho river. In northern Portugal, turrendere'd lo the Monarchiatc this mofrline sccordfng to advlea. wcewvl from the Soanlati town of Tuy, river from enci i i no notice that anything unusual was atool NO RESTRICTIONS ON GARDEN .SEEM NOW OTTAWA Jail 23-The Canada food board hai been reformed lhat A field ahd garden see Ivnave been re moved from the restVlcled list of Ihe Uniteil Slates and that IM. shippers injure for shlpmenlvof Inlo the Dorafillo. Tjie renMUl ot .United Stales on also cileniis to Canada. COUNTER Jtn SI.-H K re porteduhut there hive been cpufltcr reiolttllon.rv' led t> officers ot arid that there been conflict, with police In roslT'l'o'-inove'lhal W adopted and'ho added a tlie grant ol tlOIW made'by the government he paid back by a lev> from the various ToMls fliroughout tlie province If meant onl> a 4uall amount for each he de dare) Ad he thought Ihe time1 had come when the firm cfs'-organU.dlon should DO ab sofaely Independeil There were R doten secefidcrs and (he rewltillon In i storm it wplaule TKe slalemcnt of finances fcalance of Stola in excess cooperation with thai body L UNEMPLOYED WASHINGTON Jin Re- from 21 cltie. ahowlni more than 1J5000 men unemployed were submitted to the 1m migration committee yesterday by Frank Morrlwn, tecretary of Ihe American Federatlen of Labor, in tupport of his eontent'en 'that there will be bnad industrnl centre before MILITARY TAKE CONTROL DUBLIN, fan, Britlili gov- ernment decided to procjalm Tlpperary dlstnct a military In consequence o( the klllW of policemen and the tciiure Ol blastlmf explosives which they jrere Vhllo II was nerng Irassported 16 (linrry The alleged crliiie ttrn- illed by unknown V- ,v, ;