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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XUI, FOURTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDOli, ALBERTA, MONDAY, MARCH FOURTEEN PAGES NUMBER Borden's Health Is Not Improved Likely To Quit Inland Liner Runs on Sambro Said To Be Wrecked SHE WAS ON HEK WAY TO HALIFAX HALIFAX, N. S., March Leylapd linsr. Bohemian went Ashore at Sambro 'Ledge this morning in a snowstorm. Tugs have rescued the passengers and are bringing thern to port. ..BOSTON. Mass., March steamship Bohemian, which was 'reported disabled today on Sam- bro Ledge, Nova Scotia, left here List Saturday with 64 cabin pass- engers, a crew of about 200'and a valuable cargo. She had been ex- pected to dock at Halifax for a few hours today to take on more crago and coal. All Taken Off. HALIFAX, N.S., March (Ui Knight Claims Members For One Big Union; No Big Strike COBALT, Ont., "March R. Knljht, orgamier ef the One Big Union, addrmed a public meettnj here 'afternoon. He told tho audience that the international was titre, at the tame time yj urging them to join the organization he reprtMirttd. He ctllmed more thin members for the One Big Union In Canada.. He denied there any invention of building up funds for a jtrike, declared the to be "all moonshine." x Scull, Farmers' Choice; To Run In Lincoln Co. Feb. 29, The Globe's Ottawa correspondent wires: "When Hon.'J. Calder, returns to Ottawa next Tuesday, It Is be- lieved that he will carry with him the information obtained directly from Sir Robert Borden.that the lalter's health, has not Improved sufficiently" Justify -trfe hope that he will be able.tb resume ac- tive charge of the government premier." ArrlVes in New York YORK; March Burd- en, Hon. 3. A. Balder, J. D. Reid, Christie, legal.adviser to (ho de- partment ot external alfairs, and Col J. A. Cooper, chief, ot.lhe Canadian bureau ol here, were among those who assembled at tho dock to meet Premier nbrden upon Cross-Benchers In Obscure Corner In The New Parliament ST. CATHARINES, Ont., Mlrch of Jordan, )ht choice of a of United here Saturday, ac U. F, O. candidate in next eral election for Lincoln county, Including this city. Mr. Scull prwidcnt of tha Lincoln county branch of U. f. O, and a for- mer Neutral Nations Place Plan Be- fore Wxorld Through Nat- ions' League f Placet! Farthest Away From Speaker on Opposition Side of House Canadian sixty-four pas sengers on the steamship Bohemian his arrival on the Car.rnania here this wiiTch the Sambro afternoon. Mr; Christie was'with the premier in Paris during the peace ne- gotiations. .The Carma'nia was reporl- off U-.Uitax harbor this morning, tnkon off mid. brought to Hali- fax by the I'jg lluebling; No further word lias been, received of the con- dition of tho ship, which grounded ou the sinister, ruck ns the Htind Sisters. this morning xidges kno'wn Tiie' passengers will he taken direct to hotels, A number.of tugs are standing by the. Crocked steamer. It is not partic- ularly 'rough, hut tho weather is ex- ceptionally thick. ed oft Amoroso .Cbaunel- lightship at this and 'Is expected to dock afternoon...' Sir Rob- ert will hold a'conference with the two ministers from.Ottawa, 'members of the cabinet and Mr. Christie, this afternoon' Sir Robert _will, leave for tho south Lady Bor- den OTTAWA, March Cana- dian re- sumes this afternoon, the cross-- benchers are not going to be lost in any shuffle (or scattered here and there on both sides of the speaker. That much has become evident with the placing of name cards on the desks after they were Installed. Away down at. the- lower and on the opposition aide, farthest away from the speaker, are a little group of about a dozen seats where several who formerly sat with the government support- ers, Including Dr. Michael Clark; J. A. Maharg and Hon. T. A. Cre- rar, will find their places. From among this dozen or seats, the new R' H. Halbert, North Ontario, and O. H. Guild, also make their bows to Mr. Speaker7 when they take their seats'today. COMPLETE EQUALITY OF STATES ESSENTIAL YOUNG RALEY7, FARMER DIES (Special to The Herald) RAYMOND, March. L. All young Raymond man, farming-in the Raley dis- tricl and wounded and gassed In kronce, died yester- day of influentji pneumonia. Ho is survived1 b'y mother and a number' of brothers and sisters .all" Irving in'Southern Alberta, "lie will be burled In x ATTEMPT IP ASSASSINATE BR1TISVI MINISTER TO FINUAND AT HEt-SINGFORS New Ambassador to United Presidency ofMcGill Etlson is Scene of Excilingj Now in the Toils l DDMUXTO.V. March bullet through his right brenst nnd arnv Aler. was brought. Into Edmonton this morning from Krl- son. and is now in tho guard rjjrai at j Ih.1 provincial police .Ir.neli, who'.lieRi'H the alias of John- 1 fiif. was Eliot by Iv.-o provincial police cr.istublcs after an '.M 'iiour j and .sent out licaiUd Constable Mclh'oy. li. was sUitcil mom'ns tliat 'AhlAl he escaped Junuk a -J5-1 (nllhre revolver. When cornore-1, be j turned on his pursuers, imllcd the gun 1 uncl began tc shoot, The coitstables sit.once Veturned the flro and dropped tbelr man. Xone of the police were touched by .Innolt's sliols, .The injur- ed man had hi.s wounds dressod and was talii.1i to tTie station and brought British government has formally notified by th: state de- partment that the appointment of Sir Auckland-GetfdYs, as Brit- ish ambassador to the United States would be thoroughly able'to President Wilson.. The embassy recently inquired as to this selection to succeed-Viscount Grey. RESIGNS McGILL POST MONTREAL, 'Marcll Canadian account of his appointment as British am- bassador to the United Sir Auckland Geddes has'cabled to Mc.GIII University resigning his post as president 'of the univers- ity. It is of.- that the Latvian permitted Gen. Nicho- las Yu'denitch, former the Russian Northwest and 'some ol his staff officers, to proceed to Paris by way of Lihau. The Uerlinske Tidendc's Reval cor respondent says that Gen. Yudunitch ami hia ge'nerals left-Ksthonia in an {automobile flying the Drilish flag. I The correspondent slates that Yu- dcnitch Is taking his private fortune, estimated at one hundred million Es- tlioni marks. Of Yuilenilch's army, it is .-id, there remain in Eslhouia 12.000 men, who are suffering, from spotted typhus. LONDON, March is au- thoritatively leiriSed that sn un- succeuful attempt hat.been made to auasainate Lord Acton, British minister to Finland; at Htlilng- The minister THE HAGUE, March Asso- ciated a result of center- ences held at The.Hague peace palaca by of Holland, Swit- zerland and the Scandinavian coun- tries, Holland is requested to present to the secretary of the league, ot na- tions the plan for a high court ot .nations agreed upon after long sluuy by these neutrals. The salient points ot the plan are as Complete, equality of states In Iho nomination of members .of the court. The court 'must be free of every politi- cal Influence, the judges being inde- pendent in their actions ot Iho influ- Ience even of tho governments which appointed them. ff. The law faculties of universities to consulted in Iho selections ol memberships. Tho nominations ot judges lo be for nine years or lite: the judges must live in the city selected as the perma nent site ot the salaries anc costs to be shared equally by Ihe members of the league. States not members of the league lo be permitted to participate In the court's benefits, appearing as plain tiffs or defendants. The Inleresls of private persons t be tried only in BO far as their slat takes over court only to decide cases o an. international legal character. The general procedure lo folio tho plan, approved by Ihe second peace OOVERNOR-CENERAl. ILL OTTAWA, March Eioellencr the Duke oE Devonshire- U indisposed with a slight cold. It is said at Gov- ernment House that it is not the "Ilu.'p Kor, precautionary measures remaining indoors and ho skating carnival, which ed at Government House rink nr Tuesday, March 2, has been poit- _ CUSTOMS RECEIPTS Match re- eipta for tho port 'ot Montreal in 'ebruary amounted