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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta tfcraW VOLUME XII. LLTHBRinGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, 1010 NUMBER 277 LETHBRIDGE GETS LOAN CREST; REACH OBJECTIVE TODAY Total This Morning Stood At Outlook For Reach- ing is Very Bright COUNTRY POINTS NOT QUITE SO ENCOURAGING Lelbhrldgo won (he first creal for !tR Frlncc of Walts' honor (lag In tho Victory' Loan campaign tnrly thia mbrntne. And Lothbrldgo BO over Iho (op by night wlih ila lull quota ol That much Chairman Harris la quite confident of. .And ho I.i confident too that LcthLrldgo clly sub district Tvhleu Coaldale, Xobleford, Dia- mond Monarch, Coalhurat. 5pJ will carrv iho banner for tbo LelhbrJdgo district stretching from to tha boundary uid east lo Foreinosl .and Lako. This district 1ms n mark ut but out- side the pofuts In (he im- mediate vicinity of llllle la licing done. till Nov. outside dlEtrtcts vliWli were eijtecled. to raise liad produced only fll.CQO as tal- 'lows: T.iber.......-....... fgoCO Harona C200 Milk Jllver........... 2300" Xo reports tU till had been recfjir- od from iv Car biaiifav niid Foremost. ChilrmEn Shepherd Is still hopeim iu'iL tta rrlll- raise a good part of their quota, but the bRd we.il It er (s baying a deterrent effect. the city bos been doing nobly. Thursday's reports -brought the total-up lo Iwt night. nvHh Uie. day's ajiticrJplJona :fDB.700, and today Uis nmk O o CONGRATULATES COMMITTEE Calgary. Alia.. NOT. 7, 1519. D. K. Harris, Hoii. CbairraaD. Alia. Dear Warnitf t eon- Era tula Nona from executive to yours el( end racers on show- ing. Crest going forward by mail this morning. KUMUXU TAYIXDH, Chalrniaa. Southern Al- berla Executive. FAVORS GAV.V.A. PLAN TO HEM' SOLDIERS UE-ESTABLISHMEXT SAYS GOVERNMENT WILL QUIT IF HEAT ON SOLDIERS' ISSUE j Purl of Forces Surrounded By j Holshevik Cavalry and I-os.se3 Have Very Heavy STARVATION STILL i HKIGNS-IN PETUOGKAI) v -f v Archduke Otto May lie Pro- claimed Kinp of Hungary Bv Monarchists Distress Begins To Be Felt As Miners1 Strike Rounds Out First Week Will Make Announcement of Cabinet Choices till After; Nov. 14th. 1 TOHOXTO, Xov. nu omclal vonj as to compOTlllon of the oitn- s try In Ihe Urury'governmehl comes from the secret inner room where the Dernier-designate la 'engage- cab- inet matin p. La-t nicht MiyUrury Indicated lie urbiild not moke any announcement Lo wriorr. ha has selected until Xoy. 14, after the had subhiil-- ted to the llaulenant-goTernor. He Inllinaled that In Lhe selection rnemlwra of the was act-1 on his Judgment, though be heard representation! from a number of re en bad spofciu to htm fn the public interest1 dictator ot Iluoaair.- Distinct seems lo bejtliarges are lodged npainst tlie'.Kiieflibic M .Ikelyjhe caustd to be murdered" certain HELS1NGFORS, -Nov. Esthoniin bureau learns that Gen. Yudenitch Has succeedtd in ex- tricallna the greater number of hit after eufferlng heavy but that ME forces in the region of Galchina and completely cut off by Bctshevik cavalry. BBJthevik reporlk attrj. bule the defeit of Gen. Yudenitch in this renlon to the cutting off of these troQpi. Prisoners Die of HELSINGFORS, Nov. Bol- shevik report received tfiroucti German sources ssys that 630 of Ihe-1000 InmalcE of Kresty prisci in Petrograd hive died of starva- tion. Eight thouiand fugiiivss, according to Hclsingfors newspa- have arrived at tht Finnisli border from the Petrograd dis irict. Swedes and Soviets STOCKHOLM, Nov. Sweden's J [reply to the allied note concfcrnuig Hie BERLIN, Nov. menage received here from Vien- na reports that Archdukt Otto Is about to be proclaimed king of H-jngary, MONARCHIST AIMS BUDAPEST, Nov. mon- archTtt party his iitued a elate- ment saying that while It Is de- llrous ol rc-ciiibJIehlro a-king- dom, H doei not favor the restora- tion al the throne li any member j hnposUion 'blockade on soviet of the Hapiburg This Iliissln'will tbat no connection slaUmenl was provoked by re- exists between Sweden ami soviet ports ihal seven year Arch- j Hussia, that no passports are issued duke Otto would be placed on the land" that it IB' r.eccssiiy tor S.Tcdes throne. j to oblo.n special permission 'ot the Want Bela Kuri government to travel iu Rus- JIR1SH MUDDLE IS SO BAD IT CANT BE MADE WORSE CLEMENCEAU FORCES LEBRUN'5 RESIGNATION 1'AIUS, Nov. resig- o[ Albert Ixrbrun as minister of blockade anil radcd regions und the incidents connected with it are publish- ed by llio ncivnpapFrs loday without comment. Some news- papers ol ttie opposition pro-" Lest itgnlust ilic intervention of I'n'uiler Cknienccau, whirl) they dictatorial. The coa- 'icrctiCC 1ms caused ionsaliou in [lie department ol Moselle and JEcnrthe. Kuch is Opinion of Sir Horace Plunkelt Who Reiterate Plea For the Fullest Irish Autonomy GIVE IRISH PARLIAMENT AND SAFEGUARD ULSTEK VIENNA. Nov. Hungarian government has renewed its dcmaml for the extradition of Bela Ku'n, for- lo bo tba' ueit 'atiorBey-EcncTal (or Ontario, the and1 Empire, In an. editorial note (odar, puts Its gut-ek on as iiext minister; ot Walter for West rtad. '.lijader5 ol (ba. later irittp1 has do- cided'io.caH.ii labor.conference noit Monday In whom notices will be pept comprise Iho elect- ed anil defeated 'candidates and mem- bers of Hie provincial executive of the Ontario labor party. Hungarlan ofticers .in. Russia; .Riunn- nlan officers who came (o Uudapest as emissaries-and certain ftrnmcnt. "lie Is also accused of levy- ing.Illegal triable. CHICAGO, Nov. ol rasscnRcr train' service, dlscontirm mice oC bunkering of foreign ownc it wiHi what.Irish opinion RI dome and abroad considers essential powers. i Csuldn'l Any 'Such a EC-lllernent would have lo be Imposed on Ireland and the out La lo safd in. Its favor, And In- deed this roight be said of, any, cou- cclvaljle ciperlmcnl, is that It could, iiol mate things any ivorst than are at present." cf which' 'was loralshed tho 'state 5dc-" parlicenl.) 'Count yon regarding at Chairman.of Rc-cstabUshment Commillee Tells Members lo Vote as They See Fit But Disapproval of Government Stand Will Result in.n New Government. ferlng Tor tha lack ol coal, Kansas, Nc briska, AlRbama and To'wa, today wai ifcrr.i nddcd .Oklahoma. "Follow Iho ftnl1 law of nature, .which la self-preserva- tion, and lake any coal yon can eel your lianda was tho reply or Gov- ernor JlODcrlson of Oklahoma to one county's npncal for elil. proval" ol what had been' done ami said inat no corapromlEO would be 01- DRANK WINTERCREEN OIL. THREE-ARE DEAD I'ONTIAC, J'lch., Nov. McKlnnon, 13 jxars old, homo lj said lo ho northwestern The. operators reported lodar thnt "J2 Z J 2? their "non-union worklnp 100 per cenl. normal and lliat many union miners aro returning to their In olheri Mta.' o.llcl.1, old jbba or fields. to fhfs by asaerCfnE Iho operators could 'not mnko an affidavit to They tlicii offered to form a joint commUleo to-check up iho sltutilon; The ctfecL of-Iho strike, no far as iho general con I. supply Is concerned, has been felt Lr.it little In this locil- lly, AccordfnE to ral.road o.llclals. They paid they hftvo an nhundancfl. of .on (heir line.s which H holnf rtJatrlbutml flfl rapJtlly 09 possJblo to Industries and public ui.llllcs essential by tbo gorflrnmsnt. ipprehenslon u to possible ihorUsti of In tha domestic situ- allori heen rnraoTBil enllroly, Check Up PITTHBUKa, NOT. T.-Olllctals W District No. 5, United Mine 'Work- KM of America, offered lodar (o form h Joint romrnltleo with, tho operators i to check up the coal slHke altimtlon in the FilLaburKVlfalrlct And glvo the result lo the .press. Tha offer la'the result of connlotinK which hire been Riven out al both tho head- quarters of tha union ind of operators flloco tho strike bog an, The op hate not replied to proposals. KING ALFON301 'GOING TO PARIS I'AHIPf, Nor. Alfonso, who Is Ic.ATliig England' todny for Frances, Js cxTHJQteJ -to retch Paris Ihis eve ning. ffa will dine prlraltly wltli J'aincarfl At the prcsMcndiil Tuc king ivlll not. rehirii Biinln at once, rcmniiilug Iu I'arla 01 "kMnorrtnv, It Ja' uhilcrstootl. lhojr drlnl n "t bc; key. MARKS ARE CHEAP DEKNE, NOT. mark louehjl an unprcccilentw) low level today, frann Belllti for 100 marks. Aus trlan crownft were. aUtloriarj', 10J crowns Eolllnr' at alx OTTAWA, Nov. clear eirt Intimation that the Union. government'will not carry on thou.ld the house Impoie upon It the burden of providing additional (or returned-men came from J. A, Calder, chairman of the loldiers' re-eitabMshment com- In parlFament today. The mlniiler aald members should vote aa they law fit. But, he added, Ihe point was that If the members tigr.illtd their disap- proval of the government's stand by voting down Its policy, "then an- other government would have to The majority of the members heard from today appear to favor Major Andrews' amendment lo the motion for the adoption of the report of tha committee. -Thlt would tubttltute the Great War Vet- erans' Aaaoclatlon plan for the committee proposals. They did not all Indicate hew they would vote, however. The number of government members, who have to expressed thentelvea, combined with .uncer- tainty aa to what the attitude of the opposition wifl clearly causing anilety around the corridors of parliament tonight, SPAIN PLANS TO OIVE Spoke in Favor of Men VOTES TO WOMEN Nov. CAblDtL has ----------......finnlly approved the electoral bill for bolwesn flfo anj'Introduction to the corlcz. Tho bill would give the yolo to women Bulgarians Will be Made To Live up to Terms of Peace Says the Council J'AIUS, Nov. the CQTarins a peace, Jiisl, lasting and for- ler of the allied reply to the and nulgnrta In Ihlfl Ian ro- fftn.lng'the pfacc tervns" jlresenlcd lo Hulgirlti, il Is pointed- out that the. Bulgarian (rccil from rcaponilullily and that, there- fore, Iho of the paikcK 'confer connection that Ilicy guarantee her an J outlet lo tho Aerjcan Sc.i, Tho letter Informs Uulgrirlans that ir sumo ol their qutslfons kr'c hot implied to I fact muat not bo l as assent on Ihe faints raised. H Is added .bat tho modlfl cations inado by Thompson, who npohe during thn tfternoon, dis- agreed ivllh Jlr- Calder's view that the government should resign In Ilia event of an p.drereo vole. He said If It did so It would bo contrary lo. the wishes of Its supporters.. Members Kho criticized (he1 report and thought Ihe relumed men should receive more favorable treatment Included J, H Durnham, W. F. MacLenn, W. K- BaM win, W. K. CoclcBliuU, 0. Major rower antl Thomas. Foster, ol Bust YtTrlc, On llic other hanil, Dr, 3, NcsbllL, Col. Cooper, Col.1 II- ft. Morphy, p.ll niembtr.i or the fpcclal coniniHIee, favored Us findings. Suggeitldn UapL H, .1. Manlon made the Sea lion that Hie amount for rsllef of retiirocd men shnuM be Increased from lo Ife wag-opposed, however, lo tho And- rews' flmcntlmcnl. lie observes! t'.flt sho.iM It be adopted and'a AUSTRIA HANDS OVER RATIFICATION PAPERS first, that ho could not swear thai tbesc wireless messages toad not been, com- munlcnted ttv tlie United Slates to thn but later declared-under- oath tbat he hnd never of sucn Ho declared Germany bad a difficult and dangerous cable route Clirough neutral countries, but ihat messagea had been concealed, as com- Tiiercial dispatches.' The Eubniarine ivarfare. cams Into ihe again today.' Vice- Admiral von Capeller one. of the advo rates ot trie submarine campaign, said (do submarines had not been able to get at the United Stoics transports because each subrairlne covered a limited circle nround England and tho vhole ocean could not bo patrolled, and various nrltlsl. and Stales nvenllons, like the "listening boat." von Capclle declared ho vu if tbe impression iti June and.Julr, _917, that Iho submarines -were EO Ic-stnictlvc that Great tirjialn was tlie Jriah- people 'a'ntl I deal with, the Ulster waa 'first no] longer' .for !he majority ot'tiie Irish. are not represented. All tpat Cdn uo done at. Westminster i ia lo make a. definlto offer of a fully PARIS, Nov. TJie Anstrinn dclcgnlion lins handed lo llic peace conference Ihe ralificalJoii docuincnl of the Ircaly of SI. Germain. ipcech ivhcri he asked for "ships, n.orc was rccoguizBd as a peace opportunity and ho asserted the same :ould be said of the speech ot Lloyd jcorgc at Glasgow, demanding "atl- rer and bullets." Gen. Liidendorfi' has been summon- :d to appear before, tho commission Gi R.AIN Two Amendments To Offer- ed, Limiting Award and Fixing Arbitration WASHINGTON, Nor. peace re air amendment, proposed by Sen- ator Gore, Democrat, Oklahoma, to make en nclrlsory populrw rote manda- tory before any Jeclarallon nT mder the Jeajue of no'lona van re ecled loday by Ihe senalc, vole wa.i 67 to 16, RepuLllcan leader And other leading Repulillcnna votlug the Amend me nl. ence, which have mn-lthc aro Wnrtlns In'lhc treaty, restilL, nothing whak-vcr (ure roffccdon, cm not .be malarial.? Tho conditions ot a a hiuidod to the nulgflrlail Iliey tlr le- gation, tha letter seta forth, were not Inspired by any Wfea.of yengoancc anrl tho Allies do not Intend lo make flul- grtrla pay for o'tl her 'nilgtakcfl. Tlicy-u'Dl seek, It In lo rccs- text of (ho nrislnal document rdnjatn- coiihl Tic doiio for (lie re Ln rued mm unchflngecl In other nn4 lor a period of ik months. (Tic text ns II now. iniiM oltOtir i II, H. Morpliy, Iho InsL speaker lie accepted or rejected liy llulgaria jtlio. .ft .7ho la given-10 dais for reply, As has all refuses to grant ary In the tarrllorlal clauses of f ns originally prcatuUi committee's strongly Bupporlwl. report, nnc the Andrews'- amendment na being "rulllo." W S. Miflfllohro moved Iho of'tbe debate. OTTAWA, Xor. In commlUci on Iho Grand Trnnh bill this inorr- Ing; 'Sir' James Loughecrt nnnoiincctl that llic govcrninc.it would move I'-vo amendments bill, OTIC providing for n limit on Iho amount Ot tlio a to fUml'by Iho 'and another nlftklog provision for thb nf- bilratlon of all slock oilier Ihnn tho elodka aro belijg ac- Hcnator Foster, of "Jfonlrcal, tool; strong exception (o an editorial In !ho >Vinnlpcg Vr6o Press criticizing the attitude of tie -Bcrmte on Iho Grand Trunk bill ftnO" sUUng tual the bill .be the tfon of senate reform wouM TjccomO Hro Issue. Senator Foster said that he was In no way coVnecleil wtlh tho C.P.H Jor'years hag held no stock In the com pary, editorial, ho said was faf'ns lie wng concern cd, end he belle red blso so far na other, menibtra of the sennit- were concerned.' On tho other .riMul, Tio said, he had been "ftssoclaled. will Grind Tnmk slfalrd end TIG could not therefore, be- occuaed o( any enmity to IhRf company. Ilo- eald Premier Gcorfc'c GORE AMENDMENT DEFEATED i common wealth or nalioni. Then let a parliament be aeij up upon a democratic basis and, !ore it functions as a parliament, come [o agreement by negotiation within Iselt between majority and minorlli1 In Ireland na to the sategnards wliicii i should be provided in the consLitullon for Ulster, In vlow of Iho economic ind other conditions, differentiating Il.s northeast corner of Trrland In sonic respects from the rest of the counlry. "As I stated in my speech, Ulster. since It would be negotiating as the minority, with a large niajorlly, U titled to demand that the settlement. so arrived at Bliould receive Lhc sanc- tion ot the British, goTcri.mcnt as one which In their opinion provides rea- sonable safeguard! lor Its special in- terest a." r HEBREW HAD HOME-MADE AND FINED LINDSAY, Ont., Nov. eaM brought by Ontario boird a Hebrew for having wine In his poueulonr wat-thtt of the crown a. nam- Applrtaum, trfed here ye tier day. The defendant wit convict- ed and fined, notwlthttandlnfl that Rabbi Jacob Gordon of To- ronto wai a wltncw In hla behalf, CHICAGO BOMB PLOT IS DISCOVERED CHICAGO, Not. v or policeman wsre rushed to Ibo federal fculldlng this afternoon when an alleg- ed plot to blow up aald to been dUcorerftd. of the building were ordered locked ana no one was permitted to enter. Prince's Canadian Tour Emphasizes the Change In Status of Dominions Tho proposal Is under consideration among the Canadian community here lo give tho Prince of Wnlas ft formal -welcome dome in recogni- tion of his remarkable tnijr ot'lhe Dominion. Tho Kngltsli news- papers give the Prlnco's Toronto speech conelilcrablo prominence. The. Manchester Guardian edi- torially says: liabit i9 growing for Gpeecnea by memtrtrs'of IhB Hrlt- Ish royal honae to reflect accur- ately nnd 'dlspftialrtnalely Iho t grcnt tendencies. Ideals and ambi- tions of the llrltlshTJcoples- It Is a useful function and seldom more. aptly exercised (rum In (he ort- tlrcafl of (he Wnles nl Toronto, Tho war has changed', trie whole lah dominions lo Britain anrl the whole world. The 'raajnlluflo of change haa bnn belter rea- llzed DTeraeas than here, Tbe Canadian prime minister haa'auc- ceasfully asKiied Ihe right of his parliament (o .dchale the Irealy. The Anslrallan premier asserts lhat the nerelopmenls. to which the war has led, spell tbo doom o possible, he 1: ed bf his countrr at Ihe general election In the Decembtr s.esslon, he will be succeeded by a Roretn-'' mc'nt' of yet morq Independenl' mind, for it Is a plank In tWoffV clal Aiistrsllan labor (o rojecl the numlilo fur the Pacific (slants and another rejects.' the imYaT progrnm Inlil dnrrt by Lord ;