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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JTOLUME XII. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMIJEll 11, ;_! NUMOEIl 280 U.S. CO AL MINERS'STRIKE E INK OF British Labor Paper Hears That Poland Will Send Out Invi- tation to All Factions in Russia lo Cease Fighting Nov. 25 and Send Representatives to Conference at Warsaw on Dec. Great Powers to be Invited Lloyd George's References Explained. LONDON, Nov. ing from Warsaw Sundsy, the cor- rcipondent cf Dally Herald- sayi that hcan from reliable that Polcnrf la aboirl lo E afrnulUnsoiH Invitation to all the belligerent parties in Rui- ala, Inc.udinQ Flnlrnil. Esthonia and the other border statet, to fighting Nov. and send delegattt to Wareaw-for a peace ccnfsrence- December 15 Is pro- ai tht date tor the. confer- ence. correipondcnl adds that GViil Britain, France, the United Italy and will be Invited to aerd delegates. No Diplomatic Intervention NOT. (Ive explanation of 1'reinlcr Lluyi! fieorga'a reference' La Rutela, Lus at llip recent Uiilldhall ban- quet says U (Joes not Imply (bat Ihe hilled POTVCTF, JIHTC iny luteniit-u tu JIBUG InTJlaHone tu another confer- ence, or attempt any diplomatic inLor- vent la rl. In Kiisafn. There IIRG bten no change fjr.ltee aUitudc Lov.ard Bol- Kherlk Famous Car Used During The War 'that Garni any ia foltit lo gaiij very jrtat dcn.1 more In east ILan she lias lost In the feat." Polec COPENHAGEN Nov. U- .huanfan .ajfeijcy learce from KOTDO tltflit flirdufh the mcdbllon Dritlali, French and Anierltin. rtpreientall the Jytlhuanlau government, screed! to participate lu A conference with to Bottling tha dlflereucea be- tvreeu Lithuania and 1'olaud. A item reply hns been sent by Li-j iianla to Col. Hermonclt'a recent In-1 vilallon to negotiate' for pence. U it rt bpre that Col. UcrniondL is dally J i'lvmif rcicforcemcnts -and nnimu-1 nlilon ITOM Germany. Uencral Halg'a slalt car bought for Buineai >L nucdon ly W. F. Lulon, a well-known i confectioner. ME IS CLOSE Telegraph Companies Must Increase Rates or Government May Take Lines! .had In mind, it U ciplalaed, .was that ifuring tho com- the conlendlug In Itusela jnlghL arrive at" somq. Ional agreement among IHeinseh Vp-hen sitgjfeedODa hv the alllca would doubtless liave better prospects ol snC' cess. YudcnHeh Cour.tcr-Altj.cki' J-JfLaiNOFORfi, Nor.' rtenltch la counter-adacXlnR with an against (Jatcblna, according to a communication Issued hj- the north .rc.iL Hussion army Sunday. At- tacks on Ihc rfeht and left flaufcs ol Ccu. YurlcnUch's anny, tho ays, ivcre repulsed ivlth Iicnyy Joaa. Galclilni T.'ag cclercd by tlio Dol- phevikl on Xor. 3. Advices received Nov. 6 (he Eathonfa. bureau In Ilclslngfori reported llio complcle cutllns off of Gen. Yudei.ltch'B forces In tho region of Gatchlna and Lugn by llolshci.'lk cavalry, Alllet Leaving Omsk OMSK, Nov. allied diplo- matic and mllllary rcpresenLntlTcs, wltli liic exception oC the Japanese, will depart, from Omik Nov. 6, accord- ing to present plans, This determina- tion reached at n meellng held Hi la inornlns. Tho jApanese repre- enlatiro did not mako known Ills In- tention, Germans Cities But the Huraf Disirieli Lean To- ward Poles UERUN'. Nov. results rom Ibe couimuual clecMons in Upper Silesia between Ihc Germans and tlie Polos nro bcelnnlnj; to arrive, from (lie returns Inus 'far. anDounrcd, tbe ing in Ino seeme to liavc favored the Germans anil that in the rural dUlricta the The nerllner Zeitung Ammilag says Ibo Polc.i secured not Quite one-half of (lie totfil vole. The Vanvacrt.i, the Socialist organ, advances tuo opinion that thus far, Recording to Ihp indications, the Poles bave the upper hand iii the clcclloua. Won't Interfere PARIS, Xov. supremo council baa decided not to InUrtcre nltli the German municipal elections now being hold in ercaa Vvhero nlebls' cites are to be Ukcn under the peace treaty. It has decided, however, that sueli elections vill in no war bo blnil Ing upon the allies which will dlsrc- Bard them wherever when the final scttleniQnl of the districts in question is effected. 'Ware the Hunt LONDON', Nov. II. you Know wiiat la eolug la In Rus- fcia, you will not know wlio has won tho declared Aylmer Jlaufia, writer on affairs, In a recent ftddrcsg at Klns's CoUegc. "It Is quite ho proceeded, CZECHO-SLOVAKS SIGN PEACE TREATY Nov. Preii- ilent Masaryh of tne Czecho- slovak republic has signed peace treaty. RAW MATERIAL AND NATIVE HUSTLE WARD OFF HARD TIMES. TORONTO, NOT. material anrt native these ivere Llic Lhlngs ivcro going lo ward, off hard limes from the Dominion ,of Canada (or many years to nccordinE Lo Sir Harry Briltalu, M.P., lor the London division of Aclou, who la on a vfsll to Toronto in connection Ihe arrangcmtnL of .1 sec- ond Imperial iicace conference, which Is to be held in Cnnada, C. P.. It. Wants at Uast 20 Per Want (o Make Their V Lines I'ay ZONE SYSTEMS WILL BE REARRANGED ALSO TO INCREASE RATES OTTAWA, Nov. That the lelc erapli companies should bo put Jn a position to cam 10 or 11 per csnt on the amount o[ money actually invent- ed. wng the contention inado by r. II. Phippeil, K.C., on behalf of tlio Cana- dian Pacific Railway Toleernph cjra- li.iny, when the application of tiic telegraph companies lor an Increase of 50 per cent In rale camo before Iho railway board. Earnings to this lent, lio said, were necessary order lo pay dividends nnd cover tho cost ot depreciation, etc. Mr. rhippen slated that If Iho companies aru not put in a position to seciira thy ijec Eary capital for extensions aorl rc- rlacomciun theso wiiuld havu lo ccaso Culmination of Collisions i Ri9t in Which Two Soldiers are Hurt Lethbridge Total Canada Near Tlloujh Vlclorj iKjan total on Jlond.j night stood at 460, in at (or Iho day, (ho second croFt for Uio loan hng will ba S3 hncl been ox- peeled nbon wn.i reached. The Southern Alliorta. eiocullte han Tuloil thai Iho Trlnce' Dt flar Is given for llirce-fourllis o( Ha ohjocllvn, tbe first crcsl nt the Cull objective, And an nddKlonal crest 25 vcf cent over the objective, EO thai Lollibrlilla dots nol win Us ace- end crcsl until Is reached. '.Mcdldn-5 Hit has hcon clnimlnK orost) on tlio bisl.i 03 losl year, l( thh rullnj Is maintained Ixylti- hrkia ulrcsiy tno, nnd 19 well t on llie wiy to'.tbe ihlrd. 'Die Isst o( the drive finds Iho Iocs) committee figuring on wars and manrig to double up. A session of ill1) I ohMrmen with Supervisors Dswden, 1 Porter ind Edgell was helil i tills morning flsna for the final ircop vcro made. i Dominion Tctal Nora TORONTO, Kov. Vlclorr Is sailing on tlie Hrillsll Columbia Allicrla Saskatchewan........... Ontario, Including Toronlo Quebec, Including Montreal New Urtnswlck.......... Nova Scotln............. IMneo Mward Island 8S7.GOO It should bo noted tbnl tho figures for Urillsh ColurnbU And Alberta nrc up to Friday nlsht; for SasVnlchcdnn, city of Brun- swick, Nova 1'rlucc Kilwu.l mil up (o tfnturday nfeht, end for Quebec and Ontario up to Monday nlehl. Tho above lolftls Include Toronto's fieures up In noon today. Toronto total ho collected 350. this morning's work having netted CORK, Nov. col- lisions between the military 'and civilians here culminated In ser- louj rioting last night when sold- lers, enraged in conscrtuence of frequent attacks upDn them; broke throunh th: snd came Into conflict with the crowd. Sticks and stonca were freely used and belts were removed and forcefully swung. There were alto a number of revolver shots. A captain and a private of the troops were'badly wounded. The troops eventually dispersed the crowds and got Ihe soldiers back la their barracks. Another Increace Mr. Pliippcn BaW that Ills company proposed lo re-nrr.iDgG Ihcir syslciu. lie admlUOd, would j probibly mean an Increflso between I Oil' CELL OF EDITH WILL BE MADE A MUSEUM v cells nccupicd nnJ previous to tlicir exeruti'oD bv Ihe Germ a LIE arc to Lo Iransfonned into miniature museums. This los been decided upon Ly tlie court 01" Justice. Clothes by tlie two wo- men, ihcEr books and other he- lopginga have licen collcclcii and placed In tbc celle. Plalea uearUig approprlalc inscrip- tions will be attached to the doors. "We Are Americans; We Cannot Fight Our Declared Acting President Lews in Making Momentous Decision to Send Men Back Into the Mines to Dig Coal to Keep the Nation Order Will Be On 'Its Way to All Locals by 6 o'clock Tuesday. "INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. The United Mine Workers of America, through its general committee, decided early today to obey the mandate of United States District. Judge Anderson, which means the recall of the order for a strike of bituminous coal miners of the nation. The decision was reached at 4: 10 o'clock this after more than 1 7 hours' discussion. The conference then adjourned until 2 o'clock this after- noon. Acting PrttidtnV John U. of Ih6 mint made following statement: "Gentlemen, we will comply with the mandate of the court. We do it under protest. We are Americans. We can hot fight our gov- ern in ent. That ia all." Mr. Ltwij glanced at his witch and announced that the decision WAS reachtd ai 4: 10. this morning. The conference adjourned at a.m. Some'of the other members of the general committee, composed I of international officers, Ji strict preil dents and members of- the executive board and scale committee, wculd not comment en the >c- yon, and Mr. Lewli, who appeared tired and worn by the long cussion, declined to sdd anything to The of the pracllcaMy all of whom rejnaintd until the final adjournment, also itemed 'tired out and "soon" dispersed. 1_. ORDER MUST BE SENT OUT TODAY No "draft. of iht'orrftr the strike which, under 'Judge Anderson's submitted'to 'the" court at' 10 "o'clock thli morning for hFs approval and be on iti way to tybdlt- tricts and district orga.nTiatlons by 6 o'clock this evening, had been mad- when the conference wit said, and no Intimation of what it would contain could be learned. NEGOTIATE AGREEMENT IMMEDIATELY WASHINGTON, Nov. "I shall immediately call the miners and operators to 'negotiate n Secretary of Labor Wilson said today after a meeting ol the cabinet. CELEBRATE ARMISTICE certain points, C. M. Colquhoun. rfipresenllug To- ronto, helil lliat R might more than double the cost o[ rr between Toronlo antl Montreal as llicso would. bo in different zones. Worse and Worse Mr. repreaentlnK the G. N. W, Telegraphs nnfl Iho- Western Un celDbratetl throughout. Lho UtiKcrl Kingdom loriay. Twn minutes ol sir cnl thought were given the death, not! the Kingdom, Bui in the col-j nvcr world at 11 a.m. RESUME NEGOTIATIONS The general committee has-been, in session tlnce shortly after 10 o'clock yesterday morning, taking only brief recesses'for lunch and! dinner. The recall of the s'rike order will immediately open the way for a resumption of the negotiation! the miners ana as the operators that they would be ready to con- sider a new wage agreement At tfme the strike was with- drawn. Tt U also.understood ,that the question of arbitration entered largely Into the diicussTon at the final stages of the conference, but the miners' position on thli sub' jecl was not announced, The question o? Juit how of the coal mlneri would obey the oroV rescinding the strike was probiematfca! today. In lome dia- trlcU Tt considered that the returnptTon of work would be general, while In others It would be only partial and In tome, it wai said, the return would be Judge Approves Order INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., NOV. 11. Andertorr, in federal court at TO o'clock this morning, roved the order of the execu- tive board of the 'United Mine Workers of off the strike of min- ers, this morning. The hour the armistice took.effect one year ngo. The 1UU hour ot tfce lUli day ot Ihc llth rnonlli was generally cclc- liraled (n Lelhurldffc torfay by a slojj- jiaga ami a tivo minute ioj ot silence. On 'C. P. H. lines on Ihia Alvislon tho armistice sllcnco jiferiod ramc at ion, submitted lliat his company need- nine o'clock, as En stern lime jcd an Incrnaac of from 30 to 35 per chosen lo control IbM. P. I jccnt if llioy were lo operate their i turn's obscrvaMon of the RrcaL cient. a loltl of (Hamilton lieen reporlod up lo nbon today. Tho lOtlnwa......... Amount Is dlgtrlbulcd amouf I .follows; 'J'etcrburo up lo Mon. Montreal, up (o Saturdif ntgbt had reported -Reports from other cities ire: W ItBflna.................. Winnipeg ...i........... Halifax up lo Sat. Quebec City CHARLIE NOUSSE, JR., SUFFERS FRACTURED SKULL IN ACCIDENT CAU5AHY, Nov. son or C. O. If. .N'ourse, manager ot Ihc Hank of Commerce, met a ser- ious accident vrlillo rlclgh riding with ti party of young men nnd girls Katur- ilay evening, Tho sled skidded nnd In some unknown manner young Nourso sustained .1 fractured Biiull. Ho remained unconscious until rnoriilng, but It Is Etalcd his condition ta hopeful. The young man mentioned above wns born In and the many friends of tho .family for his speedy [lines properly anil provldo for sary future outlays. Tho telegraph companies' case in support of Ihclr aclloii for nn Increase n rfllcs is being Inht heforo the board of railway commissioners today. When Ihn board met this morning, the chair- man, lloli. F, 11. Carvcll, called the r.tlention of tbd counsel to the Miner nry which had been laid out. He said t had been Intended lo Bit In Ollnwa today anil tomorrow, nnd tomorrow night llic boanl will leave for Ihe west. On Us return. If neceaaats', Ihc board will hold Iiirthor fllllnrs 01- IWR. C. M. CohniliOuu, who rcjircsouled Toronto, aabl (hat they had nol been notlllcd ot the sittings hero until n LBO ivhen the inal.lp.r was hand- ed over lo him to prtparo n easo In opposition to the reoucst for an fn- reasc. As he hnd not much time lo work on the care, It should not he necessary for him lo afik for an ad- journment lElCT. FAMOUS MEDICAL PROFESSOR IS'ILL OXFORD, Eng., Nov. WIHFim reglus of .medicine at Oxford university, li III Mi home here. Hit condi- tion IliV night laid lo bo Im- proved ef ortvloal dayl. P. IL sya- Observed Iii U. WASJIINGTOX, N'ov. first anniversary or the signing of the nr- jnlellco and ending lioslllllics In Ihc world'was observed generally the Untied Stales, GovfrrnorB of nearly a dozen slates had proclaimed Iho day a legal holi- day Trhllo many mayor through proc- lamations and public statements, call- ed aCEcntlon lo Iho significance of the day. Had a Plot to Cardston District Needs Forty Cars Hay Per Week To Carry Stock Through ny part of- the province li a much needed and much appreciated move, and. relieve the situation lorrte- whal. The U.F.A. It doing a splendid work In .making dlltributlon tht hundred) of leami thrt tilling then for' rrlkf. Thtue from fe-nf from 0 to 10 balei, while, thote with- in few miles getting' from '2 to 4 bilei of straw in_rf .hay... it Mjcl.od fKrnm Our MAOl.KOD. Nov, of all kinds li sllll very scorcc. H Ii com- ny in dally, but tho'supply is nol In ceenlng vrilu Ihc ilcnuad, Situation at Cowley (Fropi Our Own COWLEY, Nov. heary snow slorma during Iho past two weeks have aggravated the slock sit- uation, to Ihc inmost limit. Up io this week Ihcre was no hay coming In nor was U yosslblo la get cars to slilp Block norlh for feeding. Thli >vcck sees Iho slluallon fomcwhal. Cars EI'O being supplied for shippers ot feeder calt- 110. anrt Efaveral cars ot hay are now. unloading In (ho yanls. U Is lo be hoped Iho situalton Improves rauldfy (roni now nn. Several calllo men re- slock In very bad shape. Immediate-Iced lucre will be i heavy loss. DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK SCARES HRANTFORD BRANTFORD, OnL, Nov. In alrr.oit every district In this city thYre are one er two cam of diphtheria, Every precaution It belhc taken to eheck the of the dlsf REVOLUTION IN ALBANIA ROMB. Nor. Tempo toddy from Avion, thai Albania la In_a. rcvoliilEon nnd being lorn lo plecn by struggles between'. 3er- blans nnd ;