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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta X. .VOLUME LETHBIMDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, JL'LY 1919 Nl'MBKR mi District No. 18 Charter Revoked By International litigators- Found Chief Officials of Rpe Workers Belonged to the O.BiU., And Int. President Acted Immediately On Theiv Recommendation In.lernationjil President Lewis Rc- f 'vpk'cd'the Admitted Dual Mem- beYsliip, also ihe Vice-President and of DisLricl May Make Agreement AVilh ihe-Qperatoys. v CALGARY, July The char- ter of District No. 18 of the United Mine' Wgr'rters of. America has been revoked. This wai the offic- laj sUtcmrnt made to the Cal- gary- Herald on Monday momma by International Reprecanlalives Samuel Ballrnlyne, Samuel Caddy and William" Dalrymple, who have been In Cfclgsfy during the naxt 'day or two, thoroughly 'going Into the iH-j alien which has led to trri lerig Srcwn-oul ol "the strike of the minert.ln thi; district jfnd also (he action. that phas been pursued by Preefc'eni and oth- er orficfals'gf the miners in .in al- leged attemot-to-brrak'away from affiliation. '-This akecti miners" on in Alberta and eastern Drit- Columbia aince'May 2A. ,As lh> result of their inquiries thex wired an Monday to John interrialional president of tlie United Mine of America, .it headquarters -al Indianapolis follows: .j. investigation to- ;Flnd 'district president it dual organization. v 'tjpmmiitte his niemberJ "'ibJp'Mrcf Vlce-pretident ilio ..up in favor of dual organization. -advlie (hit dlitrlct charter be .EUtpbnded at Awaiting early- reply. Samuel' Ballanlyne, Samuel Wlfliam Dalrymple." REVOKES CHARTER In reply to the following reply wai received later in the daf from tiie International president: L "Mejiajc rcceWed.: Chrll- tophere today al follows: .'As you lit awue, the International ftxec- iHlve board directed Messrs Bal- x lantyne, Dalrymplt, and Cady to conduet an- investigation 'into .the existing in District No. 1B of (he United Mine Workers of America and make! recommenda- tion to the international officers as to malleri bf policy to be pur- euct in that ditlrlcl. This com- mittee been, puriuinfl its in- v'tEtigationa arid I In re- ceipt of Jts recbmmemJailons that Che charter or Dlitrict-No. IB be revoked for good--and sufficient .-cause. I am hereby officially. Informing thai- ef- fective .this dale the charter of District No. and the district at such c.eJisVs i.ts af- TillJ.tion .with; the '.Mine 1" 0 VERCOMEi WEDROUTH to The ,BURDETT, July Many farmers report Ihst they will get more than their seed back from their wheat crop, tome think they will have 10 or 15 bushels to the acre. HAMILTON, July Allan rncmber in the provincial {rflUtalure for Ihe rid- ing of Eait Htmillon, at hit home thlt morning. Mr. StudhofmB Buffered a itroke lait week while attending a tcecer Voolball LlttU hope was held out for hfi recovery from the first. j Disappointed In Love, Tries The Suicide Route PROPOSE CO-OPERATIOM TO FIGHT THE BOLSHEV1KI !SE ALLIANCE Prcsidcnl Cbr'stoDlLcrt. cr U. M. W. of IS, in nri ijileryicwj at Calgary, eays: mine re of this district, know that llicy are fisUling an alliance VIENNA, .Saturday, July Fighting.'between tht Poles and hai ccaccd. Gen. Pellura, the' Ukrainian leader, has sent a miiileij'lo the Poles, with the objtct of dUcuisinrj co-opera- tion in, flQhtlng the Boliheyiki and driving' th'em from the Ukraine. The poliih-BoUhevik front near Brldl It Inactive and the Poles are able to" move, outside their tren- ches wHhoul'bcing fired On. POINCARE''NOT-7C RE-ELECJION' Paris today declares it has accur- ;.te that the mentary elections have been ar- ranged "to be on (The probable date iouily had, been rricntlope'd was Oct. The lhat re- (Soecial to The Herald) CAR'DSTON, AIU., July A sensational', shooting affair occur- red in the street here Saturday ey'eninj) between the Cards- ten Motors Garagt and the Tele- phone Office, which ended In an kttempled suicide. Mr. .Grant formerly with a Lath- bridge firm In'the hide business, has been carrying on the lame line of work here for hlmtelf since October Jast. A certain well known young lady hai been re' ceiving his addresies far some time past but recently has reject- ed his attentions. The two met on the street' an'd the young lady would not accept a-fet- ter which waihanded her, where- upon, the drew a .33 calibre gun and fired into hit own the bullet mined the heart and he still lives. The ,young lady ran screaming Into tbe Gar- age from whence she wis taken to the Gaboon hotel. Her admirer following holding hit wounded side. He wai on ;of. a days ago, now thot there is- a ehftngp-.'.wjlh -rosnecl lo a grecmpW..flho loV-of Coal Operation, fla v: July :hfl, Mr, Jlarr.Boii; v Aisistitnl the Director v 'ol 'Coal: Oporafoil's. Dear Sir: We in receipl of your coinmunl- tatfon of eycn dalq. Afso cjiclosed. __ a copy o[ a'x'ommunicalioti from your- when an ue.madc. selfW-ihe vasia litik in llic chain of inmor itilrigues which caused him to Count Czcrtiln iiBscrts.tliat lie Tvill shortly publish a booli clearing up lUese mailers. x t Tlie It-xt ot Ihe report ol Count Czeniin, Ihe former Austro-Iluugariaii iiijiiisler, 10 Emperor Charles, dalcii Aiiril'ri. 1MT. whleli Tras the subject of a I til ck on Errberger iii July 2S. f j thc German nalional is jn DKIILI.V. UUL. -fl PressO-Thls morning's j g Wjsiniar_ p0lul newspapers or Berlin make -feature for J. .of :i-five-column expose ot occareiices .bcrorc .cncjnlps are aware ul our expiring Count CzcrnJn pointed out the crlLl- CaVaUuaUou iu Austria and Germany in connection Ibe utitbrealc of the jOprman Iflnt Xorehiljcr. in- iCludlns (afeinfe TUSH great at Spa qir Mo---------- vcraber P, lasting nearly 2-1 rcTohilioiwry danger on inducc former EmpcrorAViU'.am to'.uu-l ope's ami warned slafcrf tliat he had not done'either appeared lo.be twii faclions, With (he HreseiU Gonrjiment in V .Hungary -.Note Iho one prepared Union Jnck and the other jio fight, tor i-in ifi Trinpp fi icy as oiillinc'a tit Ottawa by tlie -VAIllS, SaUrdaV, A strong' Irish frociloiu'.'Wt within cojislilulion-! gJen'oHt oriiilieiiwed hilr] nalional is -clianBed, may I nsh.jf you of, LUt' al liraita. In the resolved o-tlBni an atttiupt lo-'sulidOo I Ihal lo the- irlilch V.T Llic InLernalional Orgaiijaatioti regard- jTllltwl slaicinenl issued Loilaj- tcnialio'iiai at New York, ..j _, ._ ._ ntaklng llns lime.' Yours J 1 M'. F. Connnissioncr jteircjfood iupolies it Jlicv'i ousted Question ?f International JJQela Kun 'autj set up In making his report to Ihe olttcers j Ecnlative Eovcrninenl: ivog.DJndc kiioivn lo Ibe liungarinn peaple lhat they could only secure removal of Hit- re- which is g the Irisli .presiiloat, iruly rcpre-] The text oi] leaving it- to that coinmlllee lo per- suade De Valera to come, or in default, to Bend a worthy- 'representative the causo before the public. could' place the trlct IS. Browne comuicnts this Idler and-snys: v "H .become apparent to Glcnicnccau Iri (be name ot llic peace' conference is as tollpws: I Hie I "The. aljicd ,and associated govern-! Policy ComuiUlcc thai tlic tiling: mdnls art most anxious to arrnngc aj that now stood in 'tlic .way of olnairi-11 pence -witli" people and j lulsory oii j things which makes tlio (conoinic TC- j rlkc was., called 'lull i vjval of ccntr.il Europe impossible! ng ai: agrecniLijjL. the ouri of Ihe 3rd PILGRIMAGE TO THE GRAVE. OF SIR WILFRID vOTTAWA, July 28-TThe sug- 'geition is madt trie national Liberal convention sriould close on August. 7, by a pilgrimage on the part of the .delegates to the grave of Sir Wilfrid Liurier. The national comrnittee metts In Ot-x on Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, .'THe then will1 be taken, (nto.. consideration. tho rapidly getting ouL-. by it forcej the> emperor-'s fldvlsors lo hurry him away to _ The ijan-fierinans HOIV charge., former chancellor Tvilh aasemlily today. -He said Germany rejected ihe.-pycvlurea.. tc .mi dressed a note .to' Imperial .Ctiancelloi inclosing :i felegrani ill doubts, as to AVillliim'Hohcnzol- Icrn's abdiratton as milking of Prussia lo have been fTeltleii iVhtti Berlin sd vices on 30 last told ol the issuance by tiie new German govern- mcnC of the former, emperor's act of described having been executed and.algued'by W.lliHin Jlolicnzollern aUAniero'ngftn, lioll'afill, on Xov'embcT iS. The text ot Ihe ab'- d'cnlion, a4 13erlin ciispalcli, "Uy Iho present- docimierit: 1 re- lorever rtiy rights lo the- crown of Prussia and thc.'rlghu lo dcr- j man Imperial crown." _ the BrUisb .iiiinisLer at the .Vatican' Lo! Ihc of slntc lo Trh'cb the Krench eovernnicnl assented. The Hritish nolcr Uerr "Erzbergcr, ex-. 'ilUum'Hohcnzol- piRjued.-.nsked.for v- Gerniwn. dccTara-. emperor i if07', (of Heigiari 'com pens at'on niri .Inquired'ris'to'-wIuiL. -J (Uontiuucd of Uipsft conditions are '1 1 T T 11 117 '1 Schools in Province to wli'ch" .Hungary was! J Is at Una momcuL actunl- M "i'lc- KouH ily.altacWng :i frit-ndlj- .and nlllcil v i AutoisteSawBig Wheat Field .IkM YlPlif fVlnil I tttU this particular aspecl of llio H Is (or Iho assccialed1 ROT- on their own TCSJIOTI- "JsibllHVl'-K loorl anil supplies arc Lo jbevirmde availRblc. 'f lha 13 _, July.'; Tlie tolirlnc 'of Itio' Iha'-PolfcT Conim'Alce.rfrfc In a poalUon In AVeslern lliie roll to dls- CIIHB ihc-ntalilng of new agreement. Yours On hehalCoI'lhi I'ollcy Commlllec HIIOWNR, Sedr. Rfply, The operators'rcitlled lo tlila letter Harrison, as (ollowa: July 3rd 1513 T. B. Aialslant lo the Director of C'oil Operations. Culgiry- letler of tlie 2nd lost. joil .eaclonil a copy o[ a MtBiyslgned by Edward. tnhllf ol the PollbyjL'om- making- reply, (o M.r. k..t firownes comraunffatlon. I rtlill lilrri "oMIic enlerlni; Ihe lilt Mr.'CliVlstophen nnjl .Mr. IJretl wffe'n .in spring on their from (o the MMililer. lo Amwl ron 5 .WIWi1 lo prcicnc.e of Jlr. a.nrl.my.Mlt, -iwell as .who were iircaenl, i I lo (fie nctlon'taken liy llie I I i from Ualgiry ,arrl4eil'here ahiiut o'clock in Tlic.tour "was mriAa, under.-ple'aaani. 'conditions lhat showers liiiil dual along the roilte. fnc' party liad' Ihb jierecibla sight of binders Hl.w'orjt when cloac lo Wel- ling, showing ijial; Ihe'rO'WCro 81MI iornc-cfaps In Ilii'-'illalrici Iu spile of Ihe prcaenl TbC Irritated dis- trict afforded another Walcomo.rflver. sloii. Here Ihe.liay. and tho vejeu- Iton In general K atrckfne conff-Hibot- this to telegraph Germany for explanations of IDC subject of Belgium.-'It wasf an lo slarl a llip. Ilrilish gorcrnment-ciiC It off'short' and llic British minister went n'd (iilr- Iher. 'T simply said lo the Brlllah goTcfn'-' ailOeil M. Illbol. "do nil-'lei. yourself 'Ha involved' In Indirect; converEation like lliairanil (hat Ihe end of.llie matlcrl" Lloydrnlnsfer Joint bcspllnl: frhlch has been at for j'eara. ia toe Alberta ,lerll- ftiingarlau government (is nt'jircscnl corulldilcil. In jomo (juartsrj U 1.1 lory Is.'cojicfrned. btlnj brouihr tfi, this ihln jeil (he ladlds of Iho parts'. AVIlh ivhal (Irmly suppor boae 6[ ampler Ihcjr saw Iho tcmplo the general (eri, nct'.hg wi l, Ih'o Italic ivlih comlti'onls