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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Strike Settled Terms of Govl Accepted LONDON, July slrike of approximately men in the coal mines that threatened to paralyze "111 FRENCH HOLD ELECTIONS ON OCTOBER 12th many industries was settled today. An official report issued after a conference held today PARIS, July fur a new HriTich parliament nro'jably will be beld October Sii hundred depu lies only will bB elected on the I'.'lh In (he municipal elections llic first bailors be held on October 19 and Die second hallotlup; a [onnleht J Croats Separate From Serbia; Declare for an Independent Republic Arscnaull Government Almos Completely Wiped Hell To He The New Premier aiAHLO'lTETOWN, P. K. I- .luly 2-1.- -Complete returns of rvil uillLiai i I.JJUV.V- ilween Premier Lloyd George and the executive 'o the millers1 federation, said an agreement had been reacheU and thai the principle laid down by lhe government in its prop- osition has been adopted. The government proposal, based, on ihemterim report of the Sankey coal commission respecting the reduction ol output through reduction of hours would be less than 10 per cent, afforded a government assurance that pieceworkers should not suffer any loss in earnings and that the piece rates loilay's provincial cleclions show Jncrcased by an amount whjch on the average was nnd four necessary lo correspond with the 10 per cent, reduc- on in hours. fn order to carry out this agreement, says the report, was necessary lo fix a.definite average, of reduction.m vorking time resulting from the introduction of the 7-houv ay and after an examination of the figures il was decided lo ccept 47 minutes as the basis for this calculation. Before today's ponference began, it "was understood that he miners' federation officials had accepted thi principle of he government's, offer for the settlement of the Yorkshire conference with the premier began_early this afternoon. 'Late in the 'day, after reaching an agreement, Secretary Hodge, of the miners' federation, issued a state- ment strongly urging all districts aftiliatecUvith the federa- tion loyallyTp accept the settlement and resume work- Rober _. Smith, the leader of the Yorkshire miners, has j irom all the negotiations and it is not yet certain that lie will The elecllon of senatorial delegates has been tentatively filed tor Novem- ber 10 aud the election of senators for November 23. Meny Eecessery sup- Plementarjr elections will be-iu-M N'o vcinbc-r '10.' Premier ArtcmitiH am! J.I I. Hell, wciv tlcclcd. Jn atltlilijm lo Prinicr Arscntuilt, only two members of Ihc executive Ihcrcil Hie landslide, McNeil, commissioner of public, works, iinil Kennedy, iniiiisler without pni-llnlio. .1. ,O. Stewart is llic fourth ConservnliYC elected. Mc- Kinnoii, commissioner of ayri- was defeated. J. II- llell, K.C., will lit; the. new prem- Tlic result in P. cvciT'proviiR-e a Lili- en.il larid. This WHS tin except On- nuisl one siilcc clei'lioir since confederation will) llie exception of 1911 wlvci Ihe Liberals won only two seals house dissolved til pnrli.ca. Coiiscrvnfjyes ItS tjificriilsit I tintl one. scut vacun Such ;a sweeping- victory wa unexpected by holh sides, n llioiiBhMl.ici'jrgsull Jfiilcii LilJtlr'iils PARIS, July Croatian troops have proclaimed an independent Croatian republic, according lo! a dispatch from Agram, lhe capilal. At several points the Croatians are fraternizing with Hungarian soldiers. Violent Combat GRATZ, Serbia, July com- ibats occurred Tuesday evening at Marburg, 36 miles south-i w feast of Gralz, where a large part of the garrison it is civilian orsauizaiion. ob- T-I 1 -II J ___1_____t Strung Liinguiige Used in At- tacking His Department-. Demand He Quit WINNIPEG, July On lhe iround eas o raz, over demobilization. Thirty'persons were killed and many {ucmi-nt hoard at n sptciai inpciiiie of the Imperial Ve soldier set- TA8ER, July vote on debentures for the construction''of the Taber Irriga- tion project takes place en Satun day, July 26th, at the farm of C.' C. Cook, N.'.'E. o.uarter 19, 9, 16, W. 4th Meridian, located one mile south of Ta.ber, from 1'p.m. to 6 o'.m. and every resi- dent owner is'urgently requested to come and register their vote. accept the-settlement.' RECOVERyNEARLY MILLION TONS FKOJI THE GERMANS wounded. L iL The movement started al a Socialist meeting where h" speakers advocaled the formation of a republic of Jugo- slavia, -Slovenia and Croatian soldiers, who were.present in considerable numbers, cried: "Let us separate from Serbia." Form a Republic PARIS, July from Agram and Gralz report a serious military revolt in Croatia. The is taking the form of a movement for a separation from Serbia and the formation of a republic. Troops are leaving their units, officers and subalterns are tearing off their insignia and the army is in a statexof dissolution, the advices say. The railroads and telegraphs are lied up from Cask- tornys, southward.The Serbians are trying to suppress lhe i i evolution by the use of troops, both Serbian and Croatian. j The Agram advices do not record any disorder in that city! the Croatian capilaU They stale, however, that the independent'Croatian republic, according lo information reaching Afram, has been proclaimed .by of the Croatian towns. Now It Is Denied meeting of the Imperial Veterans or Jcunada here last evening. A resolu- are ocrnBcuey.- articles on the French market, at 75 i. win-its 'ci'iiiiigcd by llic -'soldiers foreshadowed a Conscrva- live dcfeitl. The rclurncd sold- iers ditl not late tin active 'part in. the contest, but it is ovidon! a Allegation.Mndc Social Ser- vice :Leiigiic One Hundred bollitis On Every Dollar Invested 1 COiHLSl, UUL ll la i 'vii in i' vUv. voted Fine JOHO.VTO. PAIHS. July' giv lay IP. Uie course of the sitting of ie.Chamber of (Icujjlir-s by.thG peace realy coroinlUco show's thai officers el up In WeiEbaiteu and Brussels to btaln the Germany of tolen goods have effected tbe-recov- erf to dale and 895.000 respectively. If material-' of all Is.' 'It was slalqd, however, that but n'small proportion" of the hings taken by IJio Germans.' ;As nil example, it iras asserted thai of. 100 head .of cattle carried off, only heart'hail been recovered: per cent; lirider Frdriph'-prlces, accord- ;iveu to- llic hnnifilil. oul n large vole. There .wiis a Iiig turnover in llic Liberals Vaplimng frplh, scnls-fov- Inrfic Hiirjprilii's, Irtlior going with llic i willi'llic puh- lie works Idcparlnifiil on roads with the agricultural depart- ment, and Ihc- new held responsible fo. ul llie Conservatives'.' Council of -Canada, dlsciissins' what lio stilled to be the huge gambling pro- fits of Onlario racetracks, gave th- fQlltiwini? official figures; showing (h rake-off of tlic clubs on the betting machlnc-s for tlic f'rsl hnli of llic year 1M7, before heltlne was slopueJ ily ordcr-hi-councll: Wooilhinc, Toronto, Hani ilton, I'ort. 51SS.017 51S3.7H; Dovonshire, Kunll'A-orth, ;Wintlsor In all. ?12.ri57l35i'pas56d Ihroiigl ll-.c machines, anJ the. combined r.ik'c off of all clubs Mr. llanpy further stated thai th profits at tho Hamilton club frcm S2.0JO in.U05 to 5l25.3C3.for 111 half seasornqf "Social Sm'tii. o: Chicago, acciulrcd the shares ot the lleiidries rind Judgo, Monk'nl a price which yielded, the.driginnl own- ers ;100 for oycTf doilar they bad invested. was 111, are calllnE'on French mer- 1 out {he COlintrV. chants and trying lo sell Uiem Ger- J. man drugs, Lhernlometers, cull.ery a.nd iTARIS, July of mutiny and other 1 '_! dlcr nf equal {apabillllcs bo substitut- ed. It NViis resolved further Hist the government slioulcl be asked to ma'hO similar change in all departments .rLere men. without military serrice arc lielnE employed. To meet tbo trade war on the Brit-" sli Empire said to have teen tkreaL- :ned by the central powers ot Europe, .ncmbers ot the veterans pledged Lhcmselves to bo3rcott comraodttles nianuSacluved by the cDntral powers. Following a dlscuEsiou oa tho wear- of a hutloli inscribed "We yon. tlio and surmounted by tbe United States flfcf, the meeting de- cided lo lake any steps necessary to prevent euch a button being worn on BrillEh territory. The feeling ot the meeting was one of general discontent -with the work ot Hie soldiers' civil re-establlshmcnl department, and President (Capt.) heeler described il aa a "swindle, ck.'sloek and Final arrangements were made for' jiublication of an official maga- le by the association.- It was also' anned lo present an illuminatcil dress lo the prince ot Wales on uls sit to Winnipeg. In one resolution meeting vent.on record ns rep., in' Jugo-Slavia were denied officially at Jugo- .according to a dispatch received today, from Lai- bach, sj'ia "Vienna and Basel.-rTrie dispatch said that- it was s stated officially that order and Iranquility prevailed 111 rough- bicycles. Minister of Labor Assured- Of Hearty All Interests ___ V OTTAWA, July for lhe proposed nalional industrial staled that some .officers, soldiers, aro awaltine court martial ,for engaging' In-'this trade. Joseph Claussat, Socialist ncpuly, declared lhat the mililary authorities were perrnittlni; commercial propa- ganda in France by the Germans, while the. correspondence ol lhe Kreneti merchants is still'liehig sub- jected to control. tr Rate oj Exchange Cause rAIUS, July 23. In the chamber o( dejutiea M. minis- ler.of commerce, explained that by I reason of the rfite of exchange, some jcrman products cqnld sold ai! vMrj- low prices in France, but aaiil] Ihls situation could not continue tori long. Krcncli. industry, he said, %vould j improve with Ihc slahilizjiiE of- K'- change and with the better distribu- tion' of coal. The minister referred lo the ef- forts that are In progress United Stales bankers to altord long JIOKTlilJAI., July hint ot -Ji5t-.-5.-lil lie Hie nMlliiao of tho Que- hcc dcleeales al illc Liberal conTCn- llon 10 be hold in Aueiiiit 'uexl nlven by Mr. Jos.'Arcliambanll, M.P. for Chambly-Verclicr'cF, T-l a meet- Ing held laaf-nlebt, Hie first Uberal rjiithcrlnR In the district sinco (ho last, sesslnu-or Ilio house. Archambaiilt that the leader would have lo bc-sblcetcd out- ulile of Quebec, nol'tiecaiiEb Quebec h lacking In nit.n imaiirinil onougli, hill because a Oiicbcccr" In Ihc'present -clrcunislarlccs M-ould not secure n slrpng enough following IP. the- olhor jirovlnccs, while llic French who hnil .one ot their own leaders, sines 18SV. would liavo-no objection (o following ti chief, from any othci province. All'lliai wna inteniled was In get n man strong enough to .oust tho Unionist party. 2.67 ALCOHOLIC CONTENT MAKES DEER INTOXICATING NEW YORK, Jjrly of 2.57 per cent, alcoholic content Is held to. be" Intoxicating within tnu meaning of .thft Tinned Prohiv'- bltlon Act, in a dtilslin returned torfay by Fcdoral'Judgt Thojnaa. I. Chatfield, of Brooklyn, In a test case broiialil-by the'government auainei Martin Bchmaudcrj of New Haven, ..Conii., was, charged with selling beer In viola- tion oMhe War time Prohlbitlorl Condemn Its Course at Calgary Laws Hotter EnforcerJ- Alia., July. com- pletion of ihe'ncw 'consillutlon .of llic now Alocrla farmers' political parly vras lhe session of the executive of [llalrlct .organlxatlona horc yeitcrtlay, and tho. conalitutioi] vtll be jcomplclctl today. Denunciation of lhe .sciintfj for Us action on tho prohibition measures: Icmaftd for strkltr enforcement ot Iquor laivs; of a resolu- IOH coiuleninlng the "method .of trlnl of lhe Winnipeg ailonfl, wlllioiil jury; silggefillon (hat Intllro war bond Issue be taxed In the, usual way; nil Ventured tho tho attcrnuon confercnct, to be olicneil al Oltflwa on Hciit. 11 are aplce. Hon. Senator Itohcrlson, labor is receiving assurances ot nearly co operation from industrial interests nnd labor organizations in all parts, of i Uic Dominion; bailor zni industry! each ivlll bo roiireaentcd by CO tlele- gates at Thn selee- I.Uon nt these ilcleeates is rhe-ing nr-' ranged Ihrpiigh such liodiea ns Ihc Canadian Manufnclurers.' Associallon i Ihc Canadian. Fisheries Association, the Canadian Mining Inslllutlo'n anil the Trades and Labor Council of Can- ada. Tho railway and telegraph inleresls orpine country will be represented by the Canadian railway board ot adjust- ment No. 1. Tho board will be pres- ent on behalf of lhe employers And riierchonts. lie said a French mission would shortly EO to the-UniterJ Stales lo make known Ihc needs of France- In commercial credils. AW KILLED LAIBACH, July Ital- ian carbmeres' and four Jugo-Slava were a clash at Valeska, near Fiume, today, according to a dispatch Vrom Agram. The fight- ing between the Italians arid Jugo-Slavs was taid to have oc- curred-when the Italians tried to break up a. meeting called to cnn- sider. sending Slav children to Croatia, that.they would not have to attend Italian schools. The Italians" interned all..Jugo- 17 and 40 years of age, excepting a number who fled to. "tKe mountains Immediately alter Ihe'qislurbance, according to a Fidme. rjlspalch lo the Journalo Slevenek. CLEMENCEAU CONFERS WITH RUSSIAN GENERAL PARIS, July enceau yesterday received Gen. Dragornirotf, who arrived riereWe- centlysto represent Admiral Kpl- chak, head of the all-Russiln gov- ernment at Omsk. Latter the premier conferred with Premier Venizelos, of Greece, .and Arthur Ballour, British secretary of Tor- eign affairs. employees. The Union of Canadian Municipalities al Us convention lo be held at Kingston next" month Will ,namc three spokesmen lo represent the munlclpallllca -of the Dominion. There also will ho present three rcpre. .sentiiis 40.000 veterans in Canada. Expefied 'al'tHe National Lib- eral Joint Chairman WASHINGTON. July OTT.VWA." jiifr of Hie telegraph lunger, unrest goVeriimcul In 1'ri aud.illscasc have created an acutojll-1 OInt.pleii (o rcsul niwanl Island Is cxpc-cleil lo rcsur. n nation m llusalan territory, KcconlluB t. lirofjnnilli.- lo wireless rciiorts by Ixjuis Nam-. -____-. _____ inoncff, the llolsllcvlkl j EAHLY HATIKICATION'OF LEAGUE OF NATI'ONS.IS URGED BY FRENCH ASKS EXTENSION. OF TRADE RESTRICflONS LONDON, July Is 'Impos- sible at present lo Qivo executive --effect to the Irado Premier Lloyd Otorge .today.'' Me suggested that the i'lfde restrictions.expiring In.Sep-. ;tfimbcr should, therefore, be'ex- 5_ fi 7. aiicnd the convention to ;1oh" Jn. ns icnrj6r 'or Hie wireless incssagc was received from I Omsk by cable. Kammcncff's lues mencff, lhe llolsllcvlkl cotnmlssar) ou.a made public, here loday. by Col. A.- M. BSMSlan T no Army and Navy Veterans Con-] dcmn One Bis nipeg Leads Attack 5IONTRBAI., JnlV resolution Uolehevisrn and lhe One Ulg Union in Canada .was passed al Ihc meeting of llic Army and Navy, in the Windsor flolcl ,lhl3 It was sponsorcci by Messrs. BroivnOj.Wilsdn'and llolman ot Wlnnl- peg. The.resolution places tbo.veter- on record as decnjig li Imporlancc Jhal' a commission., wllh power appointed by. lhe Domjnioii rjovemirienl ,lo fully Inves- lljale Hie Bolshevist.'campaign .in .Canaia. Us object and propaganda, by etc. I A.copy of this rel'okitlon will, .be sent lo Sir nobert n'rd.-Jhe ilon. Arlhiir Jleigheu. cbnvcnlion also adopted the resolution "o( the Wlnnlneg unit ile- acll6n with re- gard lo war profiteering H'nil fooil prlfe.s. LONDON, July the town j Onega, on the nortll Ilusslan fronl. s easily accesslhle from the sea aiid 5 considered likely that some'of the allied warships now vould' haTe little aiHicully, il H. were decided to takej.bc town itself, Ehovlk coup has Ifut a wedge between ho antl-Dolshevik forces In the field IhB Archangel and. "Murmansk frdnlG. Trouble Tlniong lhe Itussian forces serving with the BilllsrLreecrves has. been brewlnz on Ilio ArclianEel for many months. On1 April" 25 Ihere' WBS a serious mutiny at Tulgas, lhe DTlna river, Ihc' Kussiau garrison1, killing some o[ its officers and going over lo the Bolsheviks. Jinny pi lhe Russians were killed Tvlien 'Uie artillery tiro on them. ;The- nt Pinegra at.lemplcd a re- volt In th6 springrbut the mutineers were disarmed personally "by the- British general', Ironside. Bolsheviks have been carrying out strong njopa- candi in Hie north rtusslnn army_.anil at the same time bringing up reserve troops "anrl" many guns to .check the- altsmpt on lhe Archangel and Kol-N chak fronls. .'i the summer.compilgU on lhe Dvina, which has been under way sines late mel -fflth only slight In. ucn, us icunur ui LIIU jjiuut.n uj'- posllion In'PrlncO Etlward Island, Mr. WORKMEN AS 'NEW YO11K. .Inly strolls pica for early ratification of.. Hit pcdcc Irtaty because of Ihe neccssllyY'for alt of 113 lo go. back to our to prevcnlvslrlkoa nml slerllo was nuwo-Jiy Baron a mem- ber of the" French senate, In on ad- dress here last nlgKl before'.tfto'.coun- ell of foreign relallons on (ho evo of his dniiarlure for France.' "I will Tolo. for tlic Irealfr na-it ho'sald. "Wo will mend It nfler. Onr is sure lo be, moro than Us text, tho real Instrument to sage says tlio dissatisfaction and Irrl- latlon among the worXlngrrie'i has reached the llighest point) 'the plants If Moscow aro on strike. Tlio motto of the rripvcmcnl Is I'd own with the soviots." Kplilenilcs 'nro snre'artlns. There li no-ijreatl and no.inculcal silpr plies. The liuniber of deaerte.ra is Dell, It is cxpeclerf, will OJIHK. Friday, July.. ll.'-Coniinlt- called unor.-to form R jrovtl-nmciit .for chali ool meil. c-rt.lnizc -n 9 of Immense. in me tees of workmen who shall ncl as lalors In.disputes between the work- ers ot the.govern, mem have beer) 'cstntiilahed by lhe minl'lry of labor: tt if-if fj. 44 4 4 NELSON OUT OF DANGER 't XT-I.SON', July (or- cs'l.flre Is ivorking away fronl .fj Ihc clly now, but H more ser- fi ions than ever, having broke: 't, oul afresh In seter'ai Mneci. v -'f 'f i: called upon-to form n. govtTnn.-------- the Island and will'atleml tho conven- tion as 6no of llie 'provincial premiers. Ontario-Is llic [only prov- ince In the Dominion with li Conscrva- live, The selection ot a chairman lor convtnllon is considerable 11 Improbable Uial APPOINTMENT FOB BYNG LONDON', Jlllv Daily Express stvj thai den. Uynp, formerly bffldally till the nalionnl epninilUec rollrerl llsl ami will be appoint- meeta'-lowanl end of Uie month. L pi tho bp.. New Montreal Organization! Claims KevolnlioTmry ,Ele- ment Back of Movement MONTUHAU July, firsl' .meeting br Ihc Canodian Federation of lletiirncd Soldiers-alid- Bailors was held, last evening when the ainiE ot Ihe were ex oil and approved by "the crowd present. X warning .was ultcred against the .turned .soldiers having anvlliing to do with the industrial council or any oreanlzat'on ivith the pnolllg Union, Domplcxlon. 11 being silled that thes< organlzatlons wert i French and one ling- bo choseii. Tire names Sir Lorier aoutn, prime minister Premier Murray, of aeccm remer rra, o Bcallai'are In Ihls Hon.- fiiil nplh'ris will be determined 4 ,lhe housS- ot .commons, has nrrlved in OftitwH. Ilo vrlll re-1 till HftcV 'convfnllon. lhe relurnedxtnen and e In.V.lhev. an main composed ot i; revolnlloyry elemcul, which al Ihft-crillcal ot tho w'tr" had done nil it could. harhjier tho production of war inkier- lala badly ne Ills' front. .Tlicso Admonitions eeded by lhe al ;