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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta (VOLUME SIXTCEN PAGES LUTHBRlbGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBEK tor. Cowan of Reglna, Union Government WlHWia Support of West ISTOPPING U. S. COAL WOULD BE GOOD THING At a EACH KUWSTTON, CraL, Xtetou KM for a aai a aaH, bet they ware large and their was. 18 pounds, of the "Lost Island" f LABOR'S Will Bring to Justice Irish Criminals TURKEY QrVEN EXTRA T1WC TO SIGN TREATY An Apology To Britain IOKDON, tsteudi to brfae to Justice persons aciocltltd wjth rrimo in. Premier Lloyd Oeaftt declared m the of comfflonfl' today, la answer- tec a question. MONTREAL, June B. Goran, Sl.P. aadei-mayor of Reglaa, address- ed tha-Progressive Club at Its week jy luhcheo'n Saturday, and gave a nei conception of tbo West, politically an the shutting off of coal eiports, Irom 'tho Elates, millions ot dollars annually would be saved rjrt CoiraQ also Introduced a reas note In his speech In regard the1 foreign elements in thb western population paSgn ot mtirdtr ani assassination. 3FB.USDEAD Hon. JM. Ernnsmuir, Who Held a' Premiership Following That of Hon. Jos. Martin Movement for .Separation De- feated b> Large Majority by Methodists io be Introduced in House Reserving 15 Per Cent for Home Cqnsrimption TBRNIB, -The Tots of MMhodlit portion of United con gregatlon of Fernle, tekm last Ban day, the regular evening serrtces, reiulUng In nn'almott unan vote remain witli the United the Iste-iauYemeni to bring aboot separation was brought to of tho United occupied by Tihls dauh- VICTORIA, B to 4 o'clock this morning. wore: Majority eoclaUsts, Indo-- pendcnl Socialists, Gorman party. MI5000, Denioc'rata Ocrmau Nationalists', 138. 000. U Indicated that Erz berger, former vlco-eUancsUor and minister ot finance, has been elected from 'WuTtUmburE, and ths' election ot Dr.'Karl Helferj-lch at Hamburg Is aseurod. In Ova ctty at BerUrt, the'latest fig- nres show tho Independent Socialists cast by far the largest vote of any of tha parties, their lolaUbelng giving them seven In tne relchs tag.The Social-Democrats, by .this compilation, polled votes, giv- ing them threp seats, German People's party" two eeats; the German National party 112, one seat; and the Democr.-iU one seat- The prominent Independent Social ists candidates who wore victorious in Berhn Include George Ledebour, Herr Crlsplen, Adojph Hoffmann and Lou 13s Zieii. 01 the Individual candidates. 11 is known that Count Bernstorff. formpr ambassador lo the TJmlad 'C German NaUon has been dofc'dted SPA CONFERENCE MAY BE POSTPONED -TILL JULY e Flin Pen Mine Option TORONTO, June Mining orporatlon of Canada has secured an ptlon on, the Klin Flon property, Ini orlhern Manitoba, according to tn! iatemmt mado at the annual mee't- ng of the Mining Corporation here .on alurday by Parker, second Ice-presiacnt. Diamond drilling .on the Flln Flon copper property, Mr. 'arker said, had. established .the pre's- nce of between twenty and thirty mil- Ion tons of copper ore, nnd the op- ion had been secured on most advan- ageous terms. Three Thousand Men Who Fought Under Kolchak Ar- rive at Vane 6Uver TIE VOTE, STRIKE' UNSETTLED PORT AHHUU, Ont, Juno, 7-r-The voto of employees of-tho Port'Arthur Shipbuilding company on whether hoy would return to work after a hreo-week strike at wage and working conditions obtaining previous to'the In a tie. It Is not mown.what action will be taken as. a result of the vote. Moro ol ho omploj-ecs did not vblo, matiy of .horn being away on new Jobs'. BULLETINS U. S. PROHIBITION ACX CQNSTiTuTiONAL WASillNGTON, proliibition ameartincnt wns held conslitiitional today 'by the su- preme court. 'The prohibition enforcement net was also held constitutional. PARIS, June. .of the allied-German conference, which ns to have been held at Spa on Juno 1, Is considered certain In French of- ficial circles, because of ths inability of pfilclala to prepere material for dis- cussion on the date fixed for-the'meet- Ing. It is indicates that lhe'; confer- ence would July 8. Report LONDON, June ot the Paris report .that, tho Spa confer- ence would be postponed .until July wab giTsr. hero today. In all probability there.will bo dis- cussion between., representatives, ot the Billed governments al a meeting In London betoro tho Spa gathering. VA.NCOUVBR, B. CH Jc'ae thousand Czech'o-SlovaK t-oopa .who under Admiral' Kolchak in Western-Asia, arrived here Sunday on tie liner Iiion en routo to their homes Jn Europe men wore rapidly -disembarked marched to the Canadian National Kiilway station and etirted on the second'Stage of their rimnd-tho-world' Journey to Czechoslovakia, nepre- seritatlves of the local branch of the Red'Cross met tho men and distribut- ed comforts'among them. Th9 troop convey the men direct to Mgntreal, where disposition oC them made priorao their. Bailiaf aboard'transports for Trieste, Italy. Lleut.-Col. B. Vutchltet Is in com- mand.l.-Ho IB a young officer, but 28 yeara.of age, but has had long service in the anny. A.second transport with 3000 more dne to arrive hero ID about two weeks' time. BENZOLA EXPLODES 'AND THREE ARE DEAD AKRON, Ohio) Juno 7.-fThree lire known! to' be dead and 45 in- jured, many seriously, If not fatal- ly, as the result of an.exploslon of a of beniola at tho plant of'the Major. 4 CoriiparV, at Kent, short- ly before' noon today, MORE RUMORS OF 'ObUlN'S RESIGNATION QlJEBSc; June are igijn current that very Important to take place short- ly In the Quebec Sir Lomer Ooutn resign as prcnv Itr to resums the p.ractlcc of law In Montreal, jointly with his two Hon. L, A. Taechsreau succted Lomer; and the Chang-. will take'place possibly In a couple of It Is said. Bring 88.14 American Funds, Which Will Be Almost Par in Canada ONTARIO TIMBER LIMITS.PROBE OPENS PORT ARTHUH, Jnno royal commission investigating timber oper- ations of recent years In un- der Justices Riddle, and' LOtchford, began its hearings hero today. About 60 local and district men! have been Burnraoued ns witnesses. :lt Is expect- ed that the commission will he in ses- sion hero oil Qno week, how ever, will not complete tho and after a weeks session, at Forl Frances, the commission wfll.aE meet hore. TOnONTO, Jnne syndicals of "Wood. Gundy Company. he Domtalon SecuriUes Company, A. Amos Company, all ot this city, and Heisey, Stewart Company Chicago, were on Saturday awariied1 a liock of province ot Urit- jh Columbia nve-year S per ceni. jonus. The purchase price M.H per ceat. !c New York, which, at the p_rc- vailing rale of eichinge, enables the province to realize practically, par' In lanada. The only other tender was a, syn- dicate, headed by the'Canada bid 8G.M per'cent. for only f Tho bonds ore toXja pnbllcly oSercd In United Stales tomorrow.-v NEW YORK FUNDS NEW YORK, Juno ex- change steady. IJenmnd ?3.S9 1-4; cables J3.90.'. Canadian dollars.35.i5. Dark Horse May Capture Republican Nomination Yet Romance in Ranch Building John T. Heninger' s Example Has Built Up Three Big Sheep Ranches. Along Modern System for Tiny Imgation System, Wood, Johnson Nor Lowden Controls Quarter of Delegates and Favorite Sons Have Threatened Opens Chicago. CH1CAOO, June -Tho Imminence of tho Hcpuhilcan national convention which begins Us meetings ftt ndon'to- morrow, worked today. to further becloud, instead of clarify; tho question of who is to bo tho noinlnco for president. T''1 Wood, Ixmdon and Johnson -.stlp- porlcrs were driving bard for the ad- vantage ana all p} tiera ing gains ag tho balanco of the ur.ln- Klr.ucle'4 delegates rolled Into Chicago. But Ih'e best claim for any'ol tho three amounted to HUlo more; than one- fourth .of the loUl delegates' strength on the first ballot and it lakes a ma- jority lo nominate. With prdspcclfl of deadlock Ihra becoming better hourly, 'favorite sons aid dark horses Increased their attlvi- loaders nra.wroelilng. The oitllook helved, loo; to enliven the squabble over contested convcri Ucire seala and Ihe stniggle over perm anenl organisation o( Ihe converjtlon' At nnd possibly all of Iho 137 rlecWcd by lha na lional feoihraliKio will be brousht bo (ore the crcite'nUals cornmlllee for a rehearing arid-'alow may bo decldci finally on tho convention floor Itself. Plalfofhi Takes Form If Iho pullook-ovcr candidates am (CONTINUED.ON 8) eald, and rightly too, .thai Western Canada Is a innd of masnlncent dls- It is also a land of nslonlsh- Ing a land of big things done in a big A notable exnmplo of this Is' tho rcmarkablo feat In the v.-ny or ranch liulldlng being occorapllshcd by J. T. Hontngor, ona of Ibe largest shoop- men In Southern Alberta. On his threo rancliM, tha Big Conleo Ixifca ra.dch, nntl the Immenso ranch, Ihyng xi r., Hay Lake ranch, ho Is what can bo dono In this country wllh. the arpHcalton of brains and 'brown. Mr. Henlngcr will begin shearing tbls week. Ho cxpe'cls to J35.000 pounds of wool froin.lbe.hacfcs. of Uls of how Mr. HeaingeriirpeSvUiregs. His wool crop alone consUluUis no. small fortano. Expects Lambs Ho is sltll tamWng. His crop cf inmba Is excellent. When Ma Increaso is totalled he espects lo see tho fig- ures reach Mr. Hcninger has a iiDlquo and Inseniua melbod of handling his stuff, during the larablns seaBcii. K you Fhonld visll his ranches dur- ing this critical llrao you would .puzzled perhaps nl seejns an anca dashing madly over the hills: and coulnca. U Is a clever confrlv- anco-lliKt ;