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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i Lethbridge and Canada Both go "Over the Top" 9 O SATl'HDAY, 8, VOLUME XII. Xl'MHKK 278 Calder Report Is Adopted by Russian Bolshevik! Are Desirous of Signing Armistice Before Nov. Majority of 65! 15, Peace Conference to Follow Announcement Made Today that He Has Picked Minister of Lands nnd Minister of Agriculture THREE OTHERS FIXED ON HUT NOT Major Andrews' Motion to Adopt the G.W.V.A. Gratuity Plan Corting Withdrawn and Government Weathers the Be Further Conference With Veterans to Solve Their Problems. PIECE OF GERMAN WHITE FLAG USED YEAR AGO FRIDAY PLACED IN MUSEUM TORONTO, Nov. of- ficlalty announced Designate Drury today that Man- nlng Dchcr'.y, of would be mini tier of agriculture, and Ben- iah Bowman of Manltoulin, minis- ter of lands, forettj and mines, In 1he New Ontario government, be- ing formed by him. Mr. Drury made this (Utement ailsr a conference ihis morning with Provincial Secretary McPher- son of the Hearst government. Drury further admitted that I he fixed on three men for other cabinet' positions, .but he would not name them. The lull cabinet, he would be named next TOHON'TO, Nov. hai developed in the cabinet making un- dertaking of E. O. Drury, premler- Ontario, at least fo far the public itaa been iiiformfrt. .n'olbiiifc' "saifl -Mr. Drury in sent out frum'liji] private office to'tho press. hAS already, liiliiuaied ihht colhiiig ivoiild (o Ms cabinet uulU he hod presented tlic names of his ministers lo Ihe ]leulcnnnt-governcr. Mauy Euossea are being made as lo lha probable personnel of the gov- ernment. iM.IcI Interest is helne laken in' the attorney-generalship Tor which position several OTTAWA, Nov. repor: ol jincnt was taken all Ihe government-4 ic special committee on Rniiilerfi'jsupporlcrs, with Ihc exception of Col. :.j. civil rc-esLabHEtiTneat, embody ing jCurrJe and William SmUh, voted'.-. amendments to the Act, was aduplel [against 1L by the house lodny Iho bill based Amend Canada Railway Act upon it through all Us" I A bill to amend the Canada Hallway made ready for Lhb ee-natc. An which amends a section which ment by Hoo.1 to re- place's certain tram wars under Ibc I fer the report, back, to th; 'control of the government, was inlro-1 was defeated by 100 to a govo'rn- jduccd and given first reading. I majority .of G5.: Tho bouse considered ;t resolution' Major Andrews, of Ccnlra which provides that ships registered, peg, liad previously withdrawn In Canada, employed Iti voyages mcrdmcnL to scud ILe report port In British Columbia lo the committee? with instructions lo'aud San Francisco, or any porr, In iliu accept the Great War Veterans' As-1 United Stales north from Sail i-'ran- soclailon plan of re-eslab'iihment and 'tlscoj should be exempt. Irom'lLe j men I ot Jiolage cliiUos. The resolu-1 TlIlljSSELS, Nov. latcd plcco or the while flag under which Ihc Cor- man peace cmlEsarles crossed the LRtlle lines-at Mcappcltc, Nov. 7, 1918, was placed in the royal museum htTc yesterday. The piece of the nlclorJc irhito tlotb, a gift from France, is mounted on leather and cncas- ed in a costly frame. Condilions Published in British Labor DC Facto I Governments to Remain in Control in Respective Areas While Negotiations for Peace Art Carried Recognize Foreign Guarantee of British and U. S. Governments. tolg withdrawal removed, any cliuiuM" ol n close or adverse vntri o- ir-o- llon ot J. A." Ckltlcr for addition oC the report. Sir George Foater raiierateJ Mr Cfllder's warning of yesterday luat Ii" the wanted to. grant any pen- jeral plan of cash grnlullles, there must be some, other- government lo arry out Ihc Furtner Conferenct With G.W.V.A. Hon. J. later in the day, said that while thai ivag the aitflude of Ihe" eovcrnmcnl; U did not mean the door, would be locked and boiled. He favored] _fhrlher- conlor- cnce the-.- Grea.L" War Velerans' Aflbuctatbn lo solve the. problems of. the 'returned intn. It In view ol tkis slatemenL by }lr. Caldcr that Mr. 'Andrbws said )ie amendment. lion waB reported nnil a bill lo Ibn Canada Shippliig-Act liased on it was inlroduced by Mr. MacLcnii anil given first reading! Consideration WBS Ilicn given in committee to I he liill lo amend tlio Civil Service icl with respect to tbe Startling Charge )S Made Ik wonhl When Ibh .d salanes ol certain poslmasters rihrt j assistant pogtmnslers, Tho blU was: rcnorted and given third Jcadlng. The senate ainendmenl to Ihc Opium and Drug Act, iirovldlug that Ihc act j sball be cnforctd on a dale feel the postmaster-General, was concurred .in, as was also the amendments In the act recognizing patents and invettt lions. A resolution relalioLs .with France, provldhis tor their lerminalion upou. Hirco notice-by either jsltle was-'ndopted and Hie bill given-first reading. FIXED PRICE FOR PORK PRODUCTS IS UPHELD o----- have lieeu nained. OTTAWA, Nov. hoard of (commerce En a judgment signed hy Die in F. of KingUoii, fonnerly member of the Dominion parKnmcnl anil pre- vious lu that a member of Ihe OnUrio legislature. His namo was mGnlloncil I'-vo or Ihreo days ago nnd Bgain today It was in circulation, with (lie name of Gordon Wnldron. The latter lo have 1m day on and bis day off. alternately, willi the gne.sscrs. f That the new minister of lalior will lie Waller Rollu, of jlaniillon, appears lo be generally' ronccdcd. Among otiier probable ministers iho follow- in j? wero again spoken of prominently: L'om mission era -HobBOH, O'Connor and Murdock confirms the general order at the hoard In respect lo prices charged by ihc'packer's of and de'alers In pork products. The" order was made aft or hearing the packers Ihifi week. However, die'judgment makes H. X. (Jranl, for Carlcton; Planning Dolierty, (IcfCAlcd for 1'Dtfl; Col. S. Cai-niichaci. M.P., F. C. IliggJ. M.IM1. tor llenltili Uowman, M.P.I', lor Jlaiil- toulln. amendments wlili lo HID com- fore Board ;of Commerce Which >ViH Probe k OTTAWA. N'oV. lhat the Canadian '.General Electric com-1 paoy iras one ot a combination of com- panies operating in many countries; lhat when a. pate'nt wag.secured in one ioJntry..llic- patent ristls for Ihe'lcr-- ,in which vrere. operating, .wero handed to .each of the companies on understanding lhat the several lerritorles nol be Invad- ed-by any of'tuc other coucemg and that in ihis way comuetilion was pre- Canada lo the detriment of the general public, A; Anglin, K. C...fpr the Laco-Philips company, a Ek- ed'the hoard of commerce yesterday during the hearing of Iho application io have Ihc Canadian General Electric [company declared a combine, to have i Senator F. Xlchollsr of tnc Canadian PARIS CALLS GERMAN MUSIC SPOILS OF WAR AND VOTES ITS RETURN Uencral K'cctric, produce documents referring to obtain frig- of the patent Ighls on LONDON, Nov. Dally Herald, the labor organ, tcday the full draft of the condi- tions upon which the leadera of the soviet govern ment In Russia arc willing to discuss peace termc with the allied and associated poweri, Which were brought to London ay Lieut.-Coi. Letlranp Malone, Liberal member of par- liament, who recently returned from a visit to Russia. The lovlet government, accord- ing to the draft, proposes a peace conference in a neutral country after an agreement of an armlt- tTce for All lha fronts, including the border states, all the delacto meanwhile to re- main In control. The blockade would be removed and the soviet government and the national! of the anocMed And allied govern- would have free rlahti of transit over all Ihe railways and at ports of.Jhe former Russian empire, Including the border states and Finland, and free trade .communication In and out of the country. THE CONDITIONS The condition! provide that the lovJet government would be en- tilled' to send' to allied countrlei; for umnetty for aiT Rucilan military and political prlioners; for, the withdrawal of all allied .troops" from Russian ter- ritory tne cesiation oi allied military, help-to .the Russian for- soviet government' also promiies to recognize all .foreign debt obligations, of the former Rutsiani empire..- Js expreised soviet govern- ment for a conference on this allies make a proposal before Nov. 15. The soviet, government is snxiovt to have a. semi-official guarantee from the Brlluh and United States they will do their utloel to eniure that France SIESHE modities, ,incss ]iork and Inril .thatj originate in the United State's. They arc exempted Ironi the order. The Judgment r-ays on point: "It. appears, respect lo Ihc _ coramodKics mess pork arid lard, that! such thereof ns originate In Ibc Unit- ed Stales ol America Tlost at present iiisher prices than -will permit their sale wilhln Canada, nt the prices at which luirEiianL lo order 'they ought. to hn sold, and thai sales would be mado at a loss. U is ordered that. until the further order ot the board commodities wbtn HO originating rat not ollicrwfsc, rom said orders." Pennsylvania Steel Centre Finds H Cannot Bid Him Welcome JOHNSTOWN, NOV. w. Foalcr, secretary 61 the national com- mlllcc tor organizing iron and steel workers, did not (iddrcss ft meeting In tho Lahor Tcmplo here 3'cslorday, ad-sclioduletl, bocauao plain tlolhoj men from Ihe city hull under Instructions from Chief of Police UN requested him lo be nllcnt Tho police hail Information, said, Ihcro would'bo sfrloLia Irouhlo If Kos- tcr nut his progrnm, Foster was requeued l'i Icnvo'lhc r.My-by city delcclfvcs find a commit- of buslncsflmen whn were actlvo la'cr In Iho day. Ho was accompanied as far na on the Tonla' nallroat] train. No charges of any soft uere mado Rgalnsl him here find thoro wno no warrant for his ar- rest at Ih'e cllr hall. stand AUSTRALIANS HAVING LIVELY ELECTION LONDON, Nov. A. Timfcs correspondent records lively do In g.i In the .election campaign Sydney, Aualrald. ,_Prbtnfer llujhcs, Bfier dcclRrlng his policy, .was demoii- Btratcd agfllneL 'by- 500 EoldlerH who demanded srants In cash, nol honds. The 'premier's hotel hroken into, hut the attackers Trere Iwalen oH by tho pollco, who fought in" showers of hollies find olhsr PARIS, Nov. 8. (Associated music, barred curing the war, has again appear- ed on the prograrris cf orchestra Concerts and is being heard at some of the theatres. A referen- dum taken recently al a large con- cert resulted in an almost unani- mous vole for the return of Ger- man muiic. One newspaper, com- mentfng on the subject, acki: "Why not take advantage of the music of a vanquished foe, count- ing it one of the spoils of G. T. R. LINES IN NEW ENGLAND SAFE BOSTON'. Mnss.. NOT. Orand Trunk rr.ilway was decbrerl Ihc high ranting road in New ling- land In Ihc prevention of when Ruins S. Jarnagin, regEoual EU- pcrvisor of safely of the eastern rail- roads, Announced today ihc results-q[ Ihp national railroad accident iircven' Unn drive from Oct. IS lo 31. 13ur ng this period Iho Grand Trunk .lines in New England hail no accidents. BRITAIN EMBARGOES SILVER BULLION NOT. of silver bulllon'spcclc hat? been pro- hibited. lives up lo the conditions of the The draft concludes by saying that the soviet government hopes it will not be necessary to trans- fer this offer with necessary mo- dification! to the central powers. Fierce Batlte Raging LONDON, f'ov. of a series of village's 17 miles southwest uf Pcterhof (in tlic Pctrograd trlct) Is claimed In a Holshevik com- munication recuived hero liy 'wlreleaa. In Ihe direction cf Yauibufg Ihc Dolshcvlki say tnty have ftdvanced lo Klkarino, west of Gntchlnn, hut ad- mit retiring to the right bank ot Iho Duna. river hi the Pololst region ovi-- iug to enemy pressure. Prepare for Big Battles LONDON. Nov. civil evacua- tion of lUu region between Ishlm and Irtish, which It Is expected will FOOD. heconie the Ihcatre of decisive bat- (Ic3 ugainst ihe Wolshovlkf, Las be- gun, according to advices received here from Omsk d.itert Omsk, ns a military hase, mueL soon be cltarcd ol all useless elements and serve In the defense, acconiing lo Ihft ndvices, hut ihe supreme governor ami tna govcrnnicut as ropresenlcd by'the cour.cil of ministers will remain. More-Sevltl Murders OMSK, Nov. (Russlaii (elegn _ Ic to Bolshevik newspapers received represen- tfttlvcs of ro-oyerallva orgauizatlons have Letin cicculcd" 5n "Jloscqw ant! uioTC-than lOO'.blb.ei'i The assert, mem hers of. the cd-operallrc brf'nttizalioiis al-ib are being' pe'raecuted- rities of 1Jol3heylEl-Russia.. Many Ihcm" 1 Under the provisions, of, a.rccen: decree all Ihe co-operative I organizations nra nationalized and Ils announced that all meniliers. ivho during Ihe next month, do noi enter Inolshcvisl party is {from their iiostllons. Than ,100 Taken in Dozen American C'ties to Heud ort Bomb Outrages on Soviet Day FOREIGN RADICALS WILL HE DEPORTED YORK, Xnv. than 100 alleged radicals, who nrn said lo iave jilotted violent UcmonstratlonB liroughoul the country today in coni- mernoratiou of Ihe second anniversai-y of tlie existence of the Russian soviet government, ivere In Iho hands o( fed cral authorities Hits morning, await- ing deportation or other action. About 500 men and women suspect- ed of having been implicated in. Ihc plot were seized lale last night in :i series of swift ratds conducted in H itlca. Further arrests were promised 3j" federal agents in some cilles tu- (Iny. .More1 than, 130 persons were taken in a raid in New York, ivhicli was per- Eonally conducted by William J. Flynn, chief ol Ihe bureau of Invesli-' cation of llic department of.Justice. All pave 52 were released alter exam-, inallonr. '.In' Chicago district including, Milwaukee autl Clary, about 20Q- more were talien'Into smaller, jjrouiis. rnDgine from. .50 yicre Detroit, 1'hila- Han" Francisco, Newark, Jack- Mich., and tly'o CoiiueclicuUclUes' _ Haven, 'Hartjord. "Anflrfnla, AVatt'rbury and New Brittaln. Federal genemlly dec tide (I (o discuss the arres'ts [urlber than to say they hurt ,bcen planned at'Wash- ington several vrcelxs ago. It was reported lliat in some ciliJ.i Ihe dcmonstrat ions were to Include bomb placing and Ihc use of fire anus. Helmatli, K.C., for Hie Canadian I (Jencral Electric, slremiously object- :d. He contended Ihcrc was nothing llcgal In the American General Elec- rlc obtaining the patent rights in Am- erica.and Ihp, Canadian General Klcc- rln obtaining Iho Canndlan patent N'aturally, in the circumstan- ces, Jie saifl, Ilicy would agree not lo nvfldu each other's territory. The board ruled agalfist Mr. AiiRlin, nit agreed that It was'only (air thnt NlchollB clioiild be called. Tho adjourned until .such lime as Senator Nlcholla will lie able lo be present. Uf V 1C tUl OHIO MAY BE EITHER WET OR DRY COLUMUUS, Ohio, Nor. M'hclhcr Ohio voters laal Tues- day approved or repudiated v action of IhD legislature in 0 ratflyins the federal prohihi- v lion amendment probably will nol he known definitely for a week or 10 days. Tho vote as v lahdlaled hy Ihe secretary of ElnteTs office wna so 'close lo- day thai It was apparent that v nothing but llin official count could determine the result. ft A A U.S. Coal Miners' Heads Ordered To Withdraw the Strike Order y Loan Drive Top The Half Million Mark Today E: Al this afternoon. Chairman Kami' of the local Victory Loan committsc announc- ed that.thc Lethbridge lub-dittrict had exceeded iU quota of and was nreulng on in an attempt to rtjclv.the. mark ,by nlghL: 'A tfemonitratlon it head- quartert In honor of the event fixed for fo'ur o'clock Satur- day afternoon. Alrtioit at the