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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAUUI VOLUME XII. TARIFF'MOVEIS I DEFEATED BY54 MAJORITY Text of 'Opposition Tariff Resolution Whereby All Trwtwti Be Jicorporated in One Agreement PLAN PUT FORWARD TO PACIFY ITALIANS ,PARIS, Mtreh It became known tonlfht that a serious ef- fort mai: In the high- est quartern to join together >1I the peace -Heal! si Austria, Turkey Bulgaria thus one comprsHsnsive in which Germany would be link- ed with Hit oth-r central powert as their responsible head. While such stpp would cause some delay, yet the British and United States leaden here leel that it would save time, in the end in completing the work on all the peace treaties. The. incltlion of Auitria In a comprehensive treaty would be particularly accspUSli to Italy, which hat resenttd the conclusion of terms with Ger- many in a.dotument which fails to deal with Italy's interests in Austria. WILL PACIFY ITALY The, movement for a single treaty with all the Jour oowers probably grows .out of Premier Orlando's strong opposition to such omission in the first treaty ol clauses, dealing with Italy's in- terests. Tte has not yrt been finally datermirvid upon it may with object Ions, but tendtiwy Is toward its acceptance, it' is caM'trwt the fart that Unjttd to not at war'wrth f haa.raiaed no plan.. Should plan' adasitaal, It coild ae f ind by OTTAWA. 25.--Mr. Mo- MiksUr's tariff resolution as> duceil fw llie Houso of Commoui yesierday atlernoon, is aa follows: in order lo "iecl the necftHSitated by our national it Is im- perative (hut lite lalior and capi- tal of lliis couiilrj- BHould be Ai- recteil to oblainittg of the grcitest economic return and that Ihe entTKies of our people shouW be freed in order ihat tlie moet inade of our natural resources and Ihe strcnglli snd iutclligenco ol our uliliicd to the full- tsL extent; and it is ailvlsable En the public Interest that taxation BhouM bornp by tbose most capable- of suttainini: the burden, am. that the piocteOi cf taxation should reach the national exchequer, anil should not be diverted Into the hands of the pnyUeged classes of Ihe community; auO. Whereas, reciprocal trade agree- ment negotiated ivjtli the ROTt-rti- of the United Slates in Jan- uary, 1911, has been accepted by thai government and legislation yi-oviding for-its coinlosj Into ef- fect upon its acceptanc'fL iho tf govennnent hcen by raid Gov- ernment the L'nUoil Statts; and Whereas IIio agreeraent pro- viding al it doeb for the free in- terchange of the products of farm, the sea; tlic niine and tb> forest, and, for the exchange of luany artU-les of jjrime ncets- sily and universal use, otters to tlio producers and .consumers of tbis voualry 36 opportunity which wlitfom and patriolism demand Fhonld be Therefore, bo it refolVHl that it is the opinion of this bouse: That the1" increase of dUr tteB c.' and .1 per cent, t-nact- ed by the statute five Oecrce V. cbaider tbree should be i-epenlo-J. That tbe recipro- city contained tn the retipnx-iil (rade now on the sta- tute books of tin? rutted of America should lie immediate- ly accepted in its entirety and that lefiipVjttou for that purpcde should; be introduced forthwith. Thill without dc-rogaliuu from the provisions 01 paragraph htreof. all staple pools and fcodniuffs not nou- freo. ivrith tho of luxuries) and domes- lie. uril foods therefor KhouM he ailinilled into Canada .'ree of duty ivtitn coming from and jjeing (lie pi-odnct of any country r.dmitting like Cauadiau In suuh country free of duty. That without derogation .s Sec in H Onlyj PartV'Trit-k to Th'ings TWO OIJ) LINK UHS. BOLTED 1'ROM PARTY From 'Vancouver to Lethbridge, 7 Hours Thai is What it is Hoped to Accomplish by First Experimental tram-Rock- Its' Flight Being Promoted by Vancouver "World" Aided by the Lethbridge "Herald" and Other 'League of Canada Interested in Attempt of Proposed Route. OTTAWA.''March a vats of .15 lo 61 tie house tonight i law tariff motion by A. It. .Mc.Mus :er. of nrome. Then- were only two aid. curiously, they were j boih on the' opposiTion Eide of tbe bouse. The two o'.ipcoiilon members i were L. A, Lapoiute. James, and Kranci.s Mrl'reii. o.' Sher- broofce. IJon. W- FJeldiiu; voied with the ilid all the Liberal-Unionists. The position taken by them gener- ally was that the motion was nol made r in'sincerity and1 was iuleniJeil to em- barrass, i i Mr. Fietdi'rjajdiclBreJ the motion i ivas not wise atfcSshonld not have been j made. T j A'PaJ-ty Trick lljl: 'iaat wunuui from the provisions of paragraph Unionist held that t PIHCHER1EEK MEMBERIMSOF Proposed Two-Room Hum School Plan i Dormitories plpEJf Wire G. W. V. A. at Nelson to Take Over Their Schools (h) hereof ail farm sinfl gradiN iMachinery, anil toolF, Including farm tractors, alt min- ing, flour anil sawmill machinery anil repair parts therefor as we.i ns the raw material entering into Iho same, .uinljer, lubricating find fuel oils, cement anil fertillzera be lidded 10 the fret' lists. II fceing niulcrstood lhat Ihe tariff benefit proposed to bo conferred on ravr material entering into the manu- facturing of articles above set forth hi ay be granted by the TV ay of rebate1. That having regard ,lolhif requirements ot ihe public rev- enue and the necessity of afford- ing reasonable opportunities for adjusting to those affected by the proposed changes, substantial duction should he made in the UrlK'ifith the object of reducing 'ihe burden upon the consumer in respect .ot the'prime necessities of life and with the object of de-rf iiverins ilie frptn _th'j' bondage now imposed upon the exacting conditions of moaop-? olies, trusts and combines. ihe amendment Jnier.dc-U lo suir-J coed and was "playing the party ganie.] lion- T. A- C'rerar followed a simi-i r line. not, lie dis.-' ise the fact that lie iiad lie-! vetl in i, lox tariff, bin Mr. r's anipndinent was brought foru-nnl an inopportune time and the object as uot iboy'e criticism. Were Ihe mendmeni carried. The country would plunged iilo a general election, j the West i Mr. ('ren.ii declared, will.have a ve'ry long way be- they conYinct nvcstern farmers their sincerity OIL this malier." Levi Thompson, of QuUpnelle, saidj o would go', far as to declare that rotection vicious in ut Ihe Mcifrastev resolution, ho ar; lied, was ialeadefl to place western lembers government side of :e pc-siUou. Accord- nglv hn against it. 'No Gencrn! Election llott. Frttk ffimLUr aittoiidij.rg.ftv lion. rrahk Oliverm fti7, did-not Jeel''3usti-' led In Toting for an sinendment, which would have the effect bt bring- ng on a general election, Karly in the dnbatc the house passnil an interim iiiyply bill for The bill went through hi five jnin- ules. (From Our Own CotTWWndentl COWLEV, March isn't any k.ud of doubt that if the Veterans want io expropriate the boukapbors land ami the govrament'' wants to help them, the people of Cowlej; and district are absolutely Trilling to help nn the good work. That's the way Ihey look at it anyway. The council- lors of the village ot Cowley put it wired ILLBAtlBIflN Hlnrs of the village of Cowle sufficiently explicitly when th Ihe War Veterans As ____. -------------.ssocialion itistHat Nelson on Monday as follows: tnlkm of system or dormitories The Great War Veterans Association, and bearding arrangements for chll-1 N'elson, C. drea "of SfieOTcmary niral schools was urgrd itV a speech to the lesislalure Tuesday by- J. II, Kem mis J'inclwr CrCeeV. -Mr. Kenmiis assert- ed lhait the-plan ol two-room rural schools as proposed by Hon. C. H. minister of education, lhat the. system ot consolidated The people of Cowley have, for some four years lived and breathed and had in close proximity tn a body of With past experience urging them, the coun- cil of this village Mrongly support .your effort to dislodge thc DoiiUhohora "from this Dominion, and replace them Iheir lives, the coihilr.v with homes and wealth, it 33 our blelef lhat Ihey will make good Canadians. Men and women who refuse lo have Iheir children educated nr even laushl to speak KngUsh ran never mlly aid the development of a man's tontilry. (Signed) W. K. TUSTUN. r. A. TUSTIAN, II. C. 3 Council. rural.'scliools which hail hecn willi rolurneii veterans. Apart hobby of .the former minister, Hon. j tiln Doukholmrs to defend with .1. n.' Boyle, .WBS sot :Uioua.hl lo be a success.. The thief to tlic niral .consolidated schools, ho was the'lone .'distance! thst Uie clill- dren hM -to go antl the hardKhipc en- waitlnj In the open. in.Kvere vrealher, for tic take lliem to iwhool. There, was'srtat.objertion to Uie sys- tfra in-his constituency. An Obvio'u. OiffkuHjr Ort'iha' other tiand, while KO- two-room rural sohoolit adrocmi- cd Smith Wight relievo tills lo some CJtent by proTWInj smaller dis- flid notlhtnk It would be a 'The reason was that eitlier R would to he ob tainwl (or rtshlooco at or.else tiro clntms. 'He thought ll.ilnworkahlc. The other soln- residential or biwrdinj sthoolS'Tor tiij chtMrcti in thcvsrhool cenlr'es.. lie Ihll many parents were following systcni already of hoaintlBg llieir fhlitlren In lowns where tiicy (o to Echool. I" the case cities, il had reunited in whole (Special to The Herald) VANCOUVER, B. C., March irans-flockies flight being pro. moUd hy the Vancouver "World11 has tor object the of the possibilities of commercial flight in Canada. There are at present .some hundred airmen in Vancouver, and elsewhere in Canada with experience in bc-mbing Uit Rhine, attack- ing the TgrVs in Palestine, and flying over the Alps in Italy. Theje men have formed the Aerial League of Canada for the purpose of offering their services for commercial purposes, for gaining government recogm. lion, airmen generally, and controlling commercial flying in order lhat only competent men may be employed. The Vancouver "World ntwipaper conceived the idea that if it were shown that the Rockies were crossable by air it would be an easy matter to complete Nights from coast 10 coast to shew the federal government the enormous pos- sibilities of mail delivery by aeroplane, which would rench LetHbridse from Vancouver in seven hours. The "World" has already cabled London asking the British government for a grant or to sell s machine to Van- couver airmen for the purpose of the flight and a reply is being awaited. The proposed route includes a preliminary flight lo Vi'.tor.a, thence from Vancouver to Penticton, thence to Nelson and "-ethbr.dge after- wards lo Calgary and Edmonton, returning via the Yejlow to Vernon and Kamloops and so to Vancouver. Captain E. C Kley, a Palestine airman of great experience, secretary ol the League heie. estimates the flight could easily be accomplished in two days. The "World" offers a trophy and medals to tlie airmen first con- cutrinj the Rockies and a substantial contribution to the funds 0 th. ncripl league. It is expected shortly to drgamze a league throughout Al- It is hoped to secure public support in Calgary, Edmonton and Lethbridge, as the future of commercial flight between these is of the brightest- ___________ Germans Will Refuse to Surrender Any Territory BERLIN, March take a most solemn oath lhat the govern- ment will not surrender to the enemy one, Inch of German either east or Dr. Schieffer, minister of finance, n the new government addressing a great crowd In front of the chancellor's palace on-Sunday, according lo the Tages Zeitung. Such is Report Has Smooth Scheme to Dis- _; pose of I.iind i CZECHS ADVANCE AND CAPTURE BIG LOXDOIV, March miner conference has decided lo reeotnraen to its members tliat they accept n Sankey report for the settlement Iho minors' demands mi the gover anil thai a ballot will be on iho Question. A resolution passed Ihe conf ence unaiitmousli' calls upon the go er.imeiH immediately to withdraw the British troops from Hussia, and to induce the allies lo do likewise. The resolution also declares for the with- drawal oC tho military service bill be- fore parliament. Otherwise, the reso- lution declares the conference "will take steps in conjunct ion with other labor parlies (o compel parliament lo withdraw the bill. The men arc urged continue, at- work 011 dajMo-day contracts pending a further conference after the ballpVisj ken. for -Six-Hour Day Thc official report of the conference Tuesday at the board of trado be- tween government representatives and Ihe executive committee of the niin- crs -shows that tho government 'de- clined to accede to th? of the Saukey report bubniUled by DIMPLES ARE DEAD GIVE-AWAY AND .NEWARK'S NAUGHTY VAMPS WILL FALL V mo CLUTCHES BliRNE. March AceonHng to an unconfirmed rumor reaehina Prague from Budapest, former Pre- mier Karolyi of Hungary hat hecri I aEsatslnated. NOT DEAD: UNDER ARREST COPENHAGEN, March i Count Michael Karolyi, former president of Hungary, hat arrested and will be brought be- fore a revolutionary tribunal for trial, a Vienna dispatch to thff j National TldeiKte, of Copenhagen, says. DISSOLVE NATIONAL COUNCIL' COPENHAGEN, March The Hungarian national council has bsari dissolved on motion of its president, a Budapest dispatch to- day stales. WEKERLE'S GAME LONDON, Msrch Accord- Ing to a Budapest dispatch to thc Vienna Deutsche Volksblatt, for- mer Premier Wekerle.'wha has been reported under -arrtst at Budapest, is charged with intro- ducing measures for the socializa- tion of landed ertates in a form enabling him to dispose on favor- able terms of his own heavily mortgaged estates. TURNED BOLSHIES LOOSE PARIS, March The FrencK foreign office has been advisee that one of ths firtt acts of th so'out anil "get" every "vampire" in .the cily. "uot" (he vampirei will be plioto- graphed ami their pictures hung for future reference in lAmcricas first "vampire" thcip'nclic safety director finds feasible a plan suggested by Po- lice Judge Doc liner. Costs Murk Sartois of Blairmore For Selling portant Case EVIDENCE SHOWS IT WAS GOOD SELLER I (Special to The jreralrf) BLA1HJIORE. Jlorch L- .a fine of nnd cosls 11310.1 ylark S-irlois of for an in- of Ilic liiinor aci, Maclslrati? 'inkut-y on Tuesday af'.firncon sevete- yxensored the sale of beer in mi- marked or utilabelletj hollies. This case caused thc provincial analyst to travel from Edmonton, A. MEdcod Sinclair, K.C.. to come from Calgary to defend nnd Crosrn Vroseculor Camp- tKll to journey from IHacleoil and Pro- vincial Inspector Mundy fro'm Leth- bridge to prosecute. While In order (o verify tlieNclaim lhat the in Mailer Will Come up Seriously on Budgei-Debiile After Easier OTTAWA, March govern pirn'sItlotrSirofcss this morning to be ell fatlsfii'il willi tbe short flclrale on Mr. McMaster's tariff resolution in the house yesterday which was reject- ed by a government majority of 61. Unionists from Ihe west assert their constituents well unilcrslooil lhat in view ot Ihe promises made by Sir Thomas While, the acting prime min- ister, at thc of hist week and thc fad that an adverse vote for Hie Thf jviigc's'definllipn bt'a-'yam- -.pirc, as communicated' to.tbo Vlceivomen, as "A vampire is a. who flirts 011 Uii; iireets -allh men. bleaches her hair, camouflages her face, disguises herself willi clothes and gives wrong iiariies." Judge Hoettner's scientific study of vampires revealed; how- ever, that even Ihe most skilful vampire can not ehauge her eyes, her [llmples or the general con- lour of her face. It is on Ibis dis- covery that tlie vampire gallery is based. GROOMING HcKENZIE KING FOR E. QUEBEC March Mc- Keuiie King, who'waa isvited liy organized labor of 'this city to speak at a mass meeluig nn Friday evening, has accepted Ihe invitalion. The: fact that. Jlr. Kiug will speak in Quebec East, before a meeting of labor men. lends color lo thc rumor lhat he will trm as a Liberal candidate in Sir Wilfrid Laurier'3 old divis- >'f ion. l CZECHS- ON: THE MOVE BERLIN, March (Vii Co: It i> reported here from Vienna that communication between Vienna and Budapest has been interrupted .through the capture by the Czecho-Slovaks of the town of Raab, on the Danube, about midway between the two cities. Large Hungarian cannon foundries are situated at Raab. the "blind" unmarked bellies was not "good" beer n" "blind" bolllc government yesterday would have mmarked bellies was noli i general election, they after alt. samples of the not he expected Io cs had sent to Cal- a yole for jir. M'cMastcr's motion. One Libornl in ihe course of con- gary and lo Kegina. Tlic chief brewer of Iho Calgary Brewing and Mailing Co., Calgary. Isrewlug nun .naning camo and leftilictl that Ills sample was! only 2.20 aniPDr. Andrew of Uvor ul t....., ronlract analyst for Ihe Ihe government. and a prominent Social he ailtled. "il will make them versation Ihls morning said (hat il politically wise lo introduce a whicli called forth opinions of tariff reductions from meet.with in getting suSIa fot their, children lo thfn, cnecV was kopl upon iho children afler hours. A public dor. Tnlfory amf'.ljoarnfrlg place, ho said, ffcbt snnonnrllngs for the fMirrn mA the proper discipline. THREE MONTHS of rapn against A. Mo- fn connection with a young girl, viKief 11 of age, at one oMho hotels tt lW'' city, .wad changjti lo as "lull Appearing oh the Scctiiwil" mi sentenced lo three in ycslfrday r.flernoon. farrow which are IKan.lhrcc frnn- a school. II would further ap- that the school In.ipeclor, Ms- Rnberti. came lo the c'onclosion that Ihe Doiikhohora were plumb lo lake when Ibey offered In them and so Hi le gofn? lo hultd two new schools which wPl bo discovered lo be less three fnilos from tiflllc a swarm of Donhhobors: all of which joes to fhoir, ltd to snvnnri their claims, BADLY EKIQI March Renter's learns tn messages from Omsk, tint Oen, Kolchak's army pene- trated the ennmy's front on a" thirty- niilo nlrctch "bn 'Marcli ad- nearly JO miles along the rlghl'bank of tho Kama river hetween the already caplnrcrl towns of Ossa nnd Okhanslt. The Red army is being In Ihree dircctioni, abandon inc largo nnanlillcs of -war stores. A numlwr of men were laknn pris oner and. throe DolsheviV Were nnnlhllntcd, The enemy's sltnn lion Is jircrnricus. of Saskatchewan, dcclaretl'lhe sample lie rncoived tested aa low as 12.17, !mt .1. A. Kclso Ihe provincial innalylsl at (lie University of Alhcrla iroved thai the Iwo samples seized >y Sergl. Mrlvor of Ihe Provincial 'ollco and sfalcil by him In the pres- ence of the accused tested proof "Plrifs. (Continued on psse sis) SENATOR TAYLOR DIES OTTtAWA. March at Luke's whero was on Saturday as Ihe result of djtlroke of paraly- sis. He was W years of ngc .and for 25 years was chief whiji of the Coifsertnllve iijrty. all Hie more disposed to give their slip port 10 a similar resolulion wlicn Ihe butlgcl is brought down, if it does nol provide for Ihe reductions by us yesterday." Yesterday's tarifl flurry undoublcdly disposes of tho quesliou In Ihc com mons until the budget is introduced, mid Ibat is not eipei-lcd (o liapiien until after Iho Kapler holidays, wliicli commence April rl i. The voiing'of an interim supply-hill has smoothed out any difficulties which might have developed otherwise In regard to finances nnd leaves Ine house frcci to proceed with the. ron .sideration of tho more Imporlani gov session. CHILEAN CABINET QUITS SANTIAGO, Chile, March The Chilean ministry, hcaisd Armando. Qutiada, resigned yes- .The.ministry was formed November 25 last. Are Now in Hold His Resignation MEDICINE HAT, March MemtKn'of branches ol the Unit- ed Farmers of Alberta situatetf'in the federal riding of Medicine Hat, who are now assembled in convention in this city hava decid. ed to place a candidate in thi field for the next Dominion elec- tion. In-order t6 aafe guard the interests of- the association the candidate upon being nominated will have to place his resignation the hands of a ce-mmiftl! of 41.. If the candidate is elected and his course in commons does not meet with the views of thls.cwft- mittee, the resignation, of the member will be forwarcijd to the government, READY TO REPORT PARIS, March all the commissions and sub-eommis- slons of the peace conference an waiting instructions from the, su- preme council in order to close arid submit their reports, HALIFAX, March mpic did not attempt to dock this morning owing to the continued high wind sweeping the pier and the work of disembarking her pasvngers by tender fcejun in earnest. It is hoped to oomplete the work Ic-cfe.y. The giant liner will then dock at the new south end terminals, where she will coal. At 11 o'clock iwo Ifains Iiad teen disiiatchcdi they tieiBE liolll for Tor- onto Tlic first left with all ranks of tlie llOlh battalion, The second I train drew out at 11.30 willi Hie rc- miilniler of, the )16th battalion and de- liichments from Ihe 52nd !he 43rcl and thc diflslonal ieadquar- rs slaff. The mnn are bsinf lanrlcil v Ihe use of four tugs at thc fate ol 00 an hour, and it is estimated that he work will liS completes and thc emaining trains away bj 6 o'clock lis evening. The trananorlalton officials slated ulay lhat tlie delay in disembarking 10 "oiymplc'3 passengers would not e-ur, Iho entrainraenl of the roeps now nearhig Ihe port on the learners Jlinnrtatllia, line oft toe har- or this evening, and the Crelic. due ft the harbor tomorrow TnornSn4- N METHOD OF LEVYING SUPPLEMENTARY REVNUE (Special to The Herald.) EDMONTON, March claring that the rural unitt In Inn province wtre for a J408J53.M for (he urban units, under Ihe (ax last year, Fni Oavlt attacked the ar 'levying the tax, in tKe Tuetiay' night. Oavis Mid that under the .yitem terlng the lax; that havini the rate per acre adjurted by jiHtfe, (here were in the tricfs atrW elaafitlW crown mi on'X 1 cent an acre, whsreai tn the organized municlpallttn not a single acre was taxed at low I tent, ;