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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 43 J. O'Brien Named RetonilHg Officer For Ike Occasion NEW DISTRICT WILL COVER ACRES (Vrom_ Our CbrriiDomdent) on thz formation ef the Southern Irri- gation District will take place on February 7th, and T. J. O'Srlen, ot Raymond, Is the returning offi- cer. Government unction for the 1 -..election was received only this morning. 1 The new district comprises 19C> OCX) acres In the Magrath, Ray- mond, .Welling and Stirling '-dli- trici's and comprises part of what (has been as the. Lethbrldge Southeasterly project VotinB w'ltl take the town hall at Raymond, arid a large crovjd of: farmers from allipirtsr of the district, will be 'here for the occasion: t With the formstlon of. the i trict and.the electlon'of trustees the district will be In a position, to negotiate, with the Dominion, government for the completion of the surveys by n'Jxt fall it hoped, thati'surveys and: esti-' mates 'v.-III be availrhfe, making1. It pofslbie, during tha'winter to prepare for f iiie worli 'active construction In. 192k swer LONDON, rU-A omiltlM ewMHlfen KM been v official the emihif of tto war. It 1i declared 4Mt piindB art limlvW .In which bant heM tip point eufcfeet, a fromtncnt barrftter ultf nctntiy: HHBSr WIT nienum were 'aajaect, Reetrlc- tlone that one mutt not with the that of otlitr, that the legal profusion generally for guidance. iNMlbly anewer the quettfon offhand. Some 'at'the .termination of while others of the the and In each CMC the parties probably In'. WILSON PLANNED 'GRAB EUROPE MABtf S Such is Charge of Former Italian Ambassador to U. Transform U, S. From Industrial to Commercial Power. WINNIPEG, Jan. (By Press) TTiat' 'iaV speaking- 'at the Walker Theatre a place on 1he program of the Ilrandon larmers' 'convention. Tho directors' 'statement, vlrendy published, the .facts ol the bXap accurately and there ia noth- ing lovbe added or detracted there from, said' Mr. Prown. Iveni Canadian PresspSAt of the trial today'tlie iocn.sed; Irens, continued o! the iwitnesv Sergeant Lejigtialc. lie asked tho witness li> stale- what ho livens) had said' regarding the Ger- man people at-ila' Walker Theatre meeting. 'Mr.1 VTou said :the Ger- mans are our Mr.' Ivons contimied .Trlth iniium- efable asking tho witness It he had not saidTariouj things. With reference to the addrem Mr. Ivcns In support ot tbn reeolaUoD .demand- ing the of political' prisoners, he asked had not said that traiiors r'shouid' not bo re- leased and also that ,traitpra' ought not to be shot Mr. Langdale' replied, lhat. he had recollection having heard Jir. Iven's make these statements. Plea for Humanity Mr. Ivcns: you remember me' saying that tho. voice of Gait was higher than tho consctertce.- ot man and thai when it called man must Asaia Uie witness had no recollec- tion of hearing this statement from Mr. Ivens. Mr. Ivena said ho "was mak- ing a plea ia the Interest of humanity on that occssbon...... Mr..Qtwen then took up the cross- examination. QiiestionTO'jiy Mr. Queen as'to his reportlnff Walker'Theilro ing, SergeanfLarirdale was unable to reraamber what. Mr. Queen had said concerning collective bargaining. "1 mippoae If I bad advtaed .the workers, to tatie-forcible .'control of Uie city, you would hare i: remembered it if I had .made notes '.of it. CALGARY, busheis'an'd.thirty to the acre, the Duke of ianil'a hss 'won. (500. prize offered by tho Grain Growera1 Guide for the best acre of Kitchener Wheat grown In 1919. Another owned by the duke won aeventh priie tin the competition'. Both The Inter- vening six prizes.were all.won by -Alberta farmers. PARIS, Jim. Newt printed In English news- that tht allied premiers will meet in London to consider, a reduction of Germans guilty of is denied here.4 It announced the ITst, without, modification, will be submitted to Germany on Febru- ary. 10. Seven Burn To Death BEIJEVE SLEEPERS WERE BOUND FOR CANADA Impossibility' of Executing Or- ders to Surrender War Crim- inals May Cause it PITT Seven there -to. gaudge the I fact 'and do- but it is 'easy to realize Jbat "reeling lias been caused by the statement ilial .She British Rmpire: haS'Six votes and the United States one. in to Tin Herald) FERNIE-, Jan. a strike of lumber-jacks at of the Rocs-Saskatoon -at Waldo. Complaint regarding the bourn is one of the points of correspondent has .eaten KveraT In this camp and It beats 99 per cent, of the hotels In East Kootenay. It ii reported that I. W, W. influence bar been active in Waldo, of late. persons are known to have been burned to death early today when fire, fanned by a high wind, destroyed. 15 temporary residences occupied by employees af the Carnegie Steel Company's plant at miles .from Pitts- burg; An office building was also consumed. The have start ed In a building a entirely destroyed the sixteen structures in 15 minutes. The oc- "cupants of the houses were-forced to flee in. scant attire. BASEL, Jan. of the al- leged Impossibility of. insuring ll.e execution ot Its orders-for the surren- der of Germans accused of violation of the laws of war, liy tiiu German government .ivill resign if the entente powers insist upon thoir de- livery, according to tho Nachrichten, of this city, which says. it.has re-' ceived its reliable source. High Personages PARIS, Jan. Includ- ed in the list, of (IcrcuaiiB whose sur- render by the Berlin will be demanded by the do Paris says, will be former Crown Prince nnpprecht of Bavaria, Field Marslinl Duke Albrecht of'Wurttcm- bure, Field Mnrslm! voii Mnrsluil von Buelow, Field 'Marshal JIackcnson, Barun "der ;IJuickeii, former civil governor miral von Capeilc, fdr'niei''minlstcr'or marine, and. Field Marshal.'von1' San- ders, -who commanded the.Turkish'oi-- j mies'during" the'war. Sinn, FeinersJ Won't Appoint Sheriffs; Because They- Won't Swear it Such is Bolsheviki Wireless Re- Troops' Revolt Jan. Tho Moscow wireless servieo today transmitted an etract from an articla from Ihe offi- _ "Only a few daya ago supreme ruler, Colcliak, was hoisted on bis soldiers' bayonets." Govt. Troops Revolt VLADIVOSTOK, Monday, Jan. 26. hundred Russian, government Mr. Brown dentireS ttat iroaldihive -In >lr. Hcutlorn would have been uTto v i said to ipcak at Prandou had he ex. j R. X Bonnir, the a desire to do so; 'that there hjew, altmapteil to'get iwaa no disposition on tho part ot ircnsed mett -eapedaaiy Bray. oono to .deny him that rlrbt. ISpeakins of Market Square meet- and 37 Other I.W.W. leaders Indicted by Grand Jury CHIOAQO, Jan. ftunU agalnlt J7 Induttrial Workers of tht World van returned this mornlnf by tha special grmti Jury inwdlgti- irrj-radical Chief nmonj those Indietrt wer Canada shall be perrctiitted (n the Canadian militia." A NON-POLITICAL ATTITUDE PARIS, Jan. Rus- sian co-operalive soclellea will mainlain a slrlclly non-political attitude ia attempting to.-ctfeqt commercial exchanges between the. Hussiafi people allied1, nations, 'according to a elite- at meetings held here 'from January 30 lo Jan- nary 54, made public today. ;