Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
TtW THURSDAY, JANUARY PREMIER mni. Mopes That Juga Slavs Send Acceptable Answers to the Supreme Council VAKI3, Jan. will demand, of Franco and Ktigland ibe can-vine out ot tbo treaty of London only vrhen other means ot settling tbo Atlri-; M'C question liave bMn Ult3 and found unsuccessful or futllt1. accord-1 ir.s to a statement made by Premier i Nilti lo a representative of the LVho tie Paris. The representative accom-i the premier from this ciiy to; Nice, and was toM by Premier Xltil! that his trip to Rotno was brought; fafcont solelv by tho railroad sirilta In' Italy. "The reply of the Jugoslav govern- ntsut to tho cote of tho supremo coun- t-il 'relative lo conflicting clonus im the eastern shores of the Adriatic does not sausfy the premier is report- ed c.s saylug. "Hul havo ROIIC to the ostrpme Miitlt urjfclnx conces- sions., The world should realiM Ihnl for the Fakft Flume we renounce which was elven lo us hy the treaty "of hope that after a lew days' reflection, the Jugo- slavs tvUi send an acceptable answer." I (ircat Heal of Restlessness Over Exists Througltout (he Country OTTAWA. Jan. fiincng letter carriers iu v.ir.ny ylaces j in t'ausda because of Ion- waxes, which has bson brought to light by strike j vales and protect meetings In several] rltioa, notably Toronto. Hamilton, I London and Quebec, i? to bo Iho eub- i jc-ct of n national inquiry by the heart j oftlrors ot the organization of letter j carriers of Canada. Announcement has been made In I Ottawa that ibis Inquiry probably will tako the form of n referendum, ask-j ins If ihe letter carriers are In favor of a general strike from coast to coast to ejiioroo wage- demands. No defin- i itn infurmntion could bo gathered last! I nkhi. but it is believed thai the- ma-! chin try for taking ibo reivieuuutn has j be-on prepared, and lhai tbo result of I voto wilt be In tho head offices of the uuion witlun 3 few weeks, Ihe letter carriers at present stnrt on a wage of n year, and the general demand is for a minimum o.f Historic Kpcn- igsplatz was convened into a Imrse market. This martct will lie oonflucteil by the city ot Berlin in pur- suance to vrovlslon o( i'ne Yer- treaty which cMIs for pictures show tho five for- connected with tho murder ot I'hillli) Ynnowt> at i In re lock. Out. All woro founil sulHy ant! sentenced hanp, but sentences tbree havo been to life imprii- onment. Tho other two. Thomas Kon- ek and Michael liahri, paid tlio death penalty (Jan-jarj" Lett lo rifiht, ion: Samuel Zalusfci, Jlichnel mlddlu: Thoiuas Koiiek. I'hllUi) Ko- linsky; below, Alex Martinque. THRASHING HY TEACHER CLARESHOLM CRITICIZED a year. And You Can Sti'l Boy It At A One-Third Saving Our CLAUKSHOLM. Jan. riitrfl is siill a larga quantity of feed being TERUOKI, Finland. Jan. Con-j Id it ions havo considerably in( 1'ctrograd. nccordiog to yi. SOorien, j who mot tho U, S. Hods here, lie saM everyone (here was getting one ami a quarter pounds of bread a day. There is com para lively little Idleness and wood and fuel are nioro abundant, making life more pleasant limn here- 3ll! CM WClCll C-t IIS UtlM- ivu u miming ine Jiiviu ii.irua.iiii mint jivt u- of horao's to France and nelgiuro. Iowa from tho north. i tofore, he said. Tho greater difficulty Owners of horses in tills Lily were i i en CM! with money fines It they failed tn tnako an appearance r.ud ULG was a gathering of horjcg of all breeds. As the general average was below tbo required stan- dard most of the annuals were return- ed lo llieir owners The better class ot steeJs are being lield bach in Ibe rural and fanning districts. REASON FOR MEETING The blizzard raging at ttio present time is very hard on stock that are running on the range. About eight inches, of snow (ell within lie last few days and although it is very good for tho farmers it is exception- ally hard ou the A very unfortunate occurrencn happened in the Ciaresbolm public school recently. One of the tcucliers in tho Kchool in punishing rmo of the small hoys seems to have lost control of her temper for a short lime and Administered nish that would had been experienced in coal to operate factories with, but recently as a result of improved transport, soino had been brought up from the south. M. Zorien spoke 'enthusiastically .to tlio correspondent of the Associated Press of nu experiment begun last week iu organizing military forces for worfc. "Our crack Third Army, -which was Iho best ot those wed hi Siberia] against Kolcriak. was trom the front." he said, "and although this ONTARIO LABOR GROUP.it seems belong lo Sing sine prison, organization is kept under strict disci- Sympathy is expressed on both sides I piine, it is no'longer fighting, Tint is TORONTO, Jan. lo there is no doalit I a working machine. Its principal task deorpe Halcrow. M. 1s. P. for but that K certain amount 01 puuisli- >IR supplying Fetrograd ivilh food which _.. ja gath're4 [roiu peasants, and was coming to the child Hamilton. who was ore of. the mem- uers present at the Labor group meet- ly-. the Labor Broun fe.'.r that the Drilrv government, which the Labor MCT'il.crs support, may be forestalled KENTUCKY WHISKEY WAS in rrieht-hour day legislation by the the other band it seems tlmt tho mark was overstepped this case. opposition forcoa For that rc.isou, Mr. Halcrow says, the I-ohor decineii that action tnust instituted ;it once by Labor men. along Ihe line ot eight-hour day legislation. Mr. liatcron- also states that, the Labor men decided ilitton to Ihe TOO LATE TO JiE EXPORTED XE1V YORK. Jan. trucks with armed customs guards today transported gallons of confis- cated liquor from steamship piers tn iual. vuc warohotises where it will remain in- w inlroiliicc'ta rending by tho (cil- day I authorities In its ultimate union to i..c uav jegisia- i .._- Hon. olber moires cnvering old Tha llnuor nrrive.l licrc- (rom different parts of Ihe country, hut largely from Kentucky, too laic mothers' pensions, pnhlic ownership of utilities anil rcvoi'rnnge- incnt of the civil service. In a statement Issuert from the parliament huiliings today Hon. H. W. Hollo, niinisier of labor, and nnd leader of the Indepenjent in Ontr.rio, deninil all Irnowledge of Iho alleged meeting of mem- bers reported to havo been held at 1hc Inslnnc-c of Mayor McIIrido o( Uranlforj. In this ciiy. and lo have rcsiiTtcfl in the formation of a Ecparato Labor group tn Ontario. He made jinhiic. a letter from T. M.L.A. .of West asking that action lie taken to sbovr McilrWo bis place In the J.abor party. bringing in wood." OPPOSED TO PEKSHING AS CHIEF OF STAFF CZECHS IX CONFLICT WITH THE FORCES OF GENERAL SEMENOFF Jan. army re-organization bill defeated by Iho Senato military sub-committee, wad endorsed today by Secretary Baker who appeared before the full commit-j tec. "This Is the most str.lesir.snUlce al- terant lo reorganize, tho army that' has ever been made In this ho sail. to bo exported before tbo jirohiblr.r.n j The measure provides for rompul-j amendment became p'ifective. Rory military training and the forma-' Considerable liquor which was not I tion of one big rrmy to be divided into actually exported before the citizens' reserve army, tho regular mcnt became effective will ho im-jnrmy consisting of men and. mime from seizure as it ivas sl.irtid [the national guard. I While disclaiming "any personal tcrest. or almost in the. mat-! ler, Secretary Hakor opposed provis- ions which would make General Per- shing chief of staff. .These provisions would, hi effect, abolish the war de-, i parlment ns long as General 1'ersliins ASSISTANCE FOR STARVING I was on the ncllvo list, the secretary said, adding tliat the president or sec- retary of war should lie permit- ted to name the cbiot of.staff In view of'the frict that he is tbo military ad- viser upon v.hom both depend for for Canada or Cuba before midnight lest Friday. Saloon keepers were given ten days of grace today to remove all signs dealing with alcoholic liquors as re- quired by law. HTCTFJI AUSTRIA OTTAWA, Jan. of as- sistincc (or tho Flarvlng populations of Austria are being received daily by j government. They como from points in every province. At .a rium- ber o' centres comforts fire being col- lected. Tho government, while cosning all private assistance, is await-J Ing further communication from the i Iho Czech forces and troops of Con-1 Imperial authorities before announc-i oral Semenoff, commnndcr-in-chlof of ing its policy. The British government1 the ali-Rii53ian nrmtps, are reported suggested shipment by the Do- PEKING, Jan. conflicts between carrying out the military policy. liave occurred the trans-Sibcrinii railway stations of Baikal. Kalluk- shaia and Jllsovaia, in the Lake Baikal region. Tbe Czcclis. it is eaid, do not the Scmenoff menace on ssr-! mcnting. all "cfrnVri- owing to the smalincss of his minion of 3. cargo oi wheat or flour with participation in tho establish- ment of credits. The Drilish government is supple- HOLLAND WANTS GERMANY TO ASK LONDON, Jan. Stan- dard reports that Holland's reply with regard to the surrender of the former Gcrmars emperor, caya it is impossible to grant extradi- tion at the call of 3 third country, if his ow.i country dcea not de- mand extradition. forces. Tbe Scincuoff troops, tinder com- mand of Gen. Sklpitro.'f, iiavc been dis- solved and General Skipilroff arrdrt- erl by order of -Major-Cfneval Jules Jnnin, commander of tbo Czechs. This nction was ioken because Hklpilroff bad operated against the Czechs. bnlions raised by private- effort the United Kingdom. ARE AGAINST PUBLIC OWNERSHIP in- WAY CALL SOVIET TO PAY FOR CONFISCATED INVESTIGATE CALGARV MILK CALCARV, Jan. 21, -Thorough of miik prices, covrrinc all from production to distri- bution, will bs started in Calgary next week by the of the board of it was announced by Major Duncan Stuart, sub- i-or tlictiiiprrt for Alberta UKRAINE HAS LOTS OF CALGARY, Jan, 22. Peace River delegates to tho U.F.A. are (till marooned 6n Edmonton, Ounvegan British Columbia railway and sent resoitttlons op- posing public ownership of this road. Twelve delegates are af- fected and cannot now reach here before the convention c-lases. SUGAR AND WHEAT' i was rrceiverl by Ma, 'day from Ottawa. STOCKHOLM. Jan. 21.-Atinouncc menl from Paris of the reopening Calvary at cents. commercial relations bc-lwc-cn allied fountries and Ihe Kuvian pcoplo came fl? a great suniriEO lo (Sweden. No- body here, with Ihe exception of Hj.il. row Hrantins. S-jniallst leadnr. step will hasten ihe fall ot Ihe Soviet. AB all the niKihn ijiii.ij fstis -re Jioiv frozen, ll.e exchango of goods must wait until May or June. rn Milk is i j It is the general opinion hero Ilia; trade goes on very Ions Russia will be called upon to pny for of valuable gowls -.vliicli the Soviet Koveniment confiscated two years ago am) for which payment was vainly de- manded before allied countries siner- fn One-third off Sale IVMi Uegular UOO.OO Black Wolf Set. One-third DD.Ut Itegular JI42.50 Finest Bcavor AC AA Scarf. Ono-thinl off Sale aO.UU Regular Natural Wolt AQ Set. One-third off Salo........ 4O.04 llegular Js'atural Badger on n A Set One-third off Sale Jj.J't Regular Girls' Coyote Set. One-third otf Sale 16.64 All Children's Sets, One-third Oi( Piece Goods in Every Department Included in this sale with these outstanding values the leading feature of the Stock-taking Sale. Dress goods and silks, cottons and sheetings, prints and ginghams, romper cloths and galateas, flannels and flannelettes, towels and towellings, and many other lines, whether mentioned here or not going at substan- tial savings during this sale. PLAIP DRESS GOODS Very pretty novelty plaids, Regular value.-SS inches t in 1.78 wide. Stock-taking Sale PLAIN POPLINS AND GABERDINES Full range of all the wanted colors. llegular value. Block-taking EXCELLENT QUALITY PYJAMA FLANNEL While ground with rich stripe of sky, pink, hello nnd black. Regular Stock-takinj Sala LOVELY QUALITY WASH SILK CREPE Color.i nuiiiie, sky, flesh nud white. 3U inches wide. Reg- -I ular Stock-taking l.OO SPECIAL SALE SILK and very serviceable-. 36 inches wide. Colors navy, old i IMC, iky, malzp, (an, white and black. Stock-Inking -1 no SPECIAL SALE PRICE ON 38-INCH NAINSOOK Vmi; even weave, soft nnd free from droning, llcjnlar OO Slot-Making Halo J.jC EXCELLENT QUALITY TEA TOWELLING 22 imlK'5 wide. White, with red check Reftilar 45c Salo ALL OTHER LINES OF YARD GOODS AT 10 TO 20 PER CENT. OFF Your Dollar Does Double Duty In these special bargain lines featured on one big table and rep- resenting values up to doublo Iho price wn uro asking. NAINSOOK CORSET trimmed with Aft lace. Regular J1.65. Stick-taking Sale liUU NAINSOOK (rimming of luce. Rcgular75c each. Stock-taking Rale, 2 for NEWEST CHRISTMAS all lines up i ftft to fl.15.................................................. l.UU FINEST GRADE SHETLAND range of AA tho wanted colors. Stock-taking Sale, a for.................. EXCELLENT GRADE CASHMERE and white. Aft Regular .Actually worth now J2.00.................... DAINTY EMBROIDERED collection ftA of all linos worlli to 35c each. Stock-taking Sale, 5 for ItUU CHILDREN'S CREPE butcher nnd navy blue, pink nnd while. All last colors. Regular 51.50. Stock-taking 1 Aft Sale ItUU PURE' WOOL KNITTED (or girls up to 13 and H years c-f nge. Pretty combination colors............ KOSYNITE FLEECED quality, sullablo for boys and girls, from i to S HEAVY SILK Inn and mnny other colors. Regular value. Stock-taking Kale, very special PRETTY STYLE GOSSARD styles In- cluding all the wonted cizca, lace and embroidery trimmed. LADIES' UNION and light knee, llegular and large sizes. Regular prices up to SILK AND WOOL fine grade, sleeveless or short sleoveH. Regular fl.Co. Stock-taking Salo CHILDREN'S FLEECED sizes from 2 to 10 years. Worth up lo 80c- each, 2 tor....................... SIDEBOARD AND DRE03ER anil !H Inch lenglh. Herastllclicd. Jlwular JJJ.EO............................ SPECIAL HUCK flzc, hemstitched ends, -1 ftA heavy srlfndi'J wearing Imek. Regular 1'air......... l.UU CHILDREN'S WOOL JACKETS AND wool, while and whl'.fl mixoil with pink nnd sky. Values to 00 Sale 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 CLARKE CO. 614 Third Ave. South I.ETHBR1DGE, ALTA.