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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Dig a Little Deeper and Take Another Bond; Only Four More Days Left VOLUME XII. LETIIURIDGB. ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 191'J 28 L CLASS WAR BREAKS Move To Call Conference Of Russian Factions Following Cessation of Fighting Held Up SUI'l'OUT OF GREAT 1'OWEISS IS DESIRED TEACHERS WANT MORE MONEY, ASK MINIMUM SALARY QF TRUSTEES CONSIDER'DEMAND Nov. action In issuing ;v simultaneous invitation lot a.11 belligerent .parties in Itussia lo' cease UgHiiHg Nov. and send dele- gates lo Warsaw for a poice confer-! enco may be delayed soino days, lo powerful local i cording lo Hie Wnreaiv correspondent of Ihe Daily llcrnld. 11 is (he govern- ment's desire, Ike correspondent says, lo obtain assurance its propusa TToulil bo bached, not oiily by the llus- but by Hie great powers, caper; ially GreaL OrUiiin :uiil Hie Unitcil SlaL05. The proposal, it is expected. TV LI I be at'companleil by p. at Poland's complete lowanl all Hie contending parties and i of her readiness to cibmlt Hie qucs-J tloii ol the ifch fronlier to tUc- conference. That Ihe grade teachers of tho province of Alberta are rounding out Ihclr organization, ILe AlbcrU TeacbeiV Alliance, vrlth a to raising the rntol- laum salary for such teacher a from fSJO to J1200 Is tbo infor- m all on received today by the llorald from authentic sources. The present mioliuum of JS40 lias been aet by the department but. It la CeU-br the tearbers that, cou- slderlnif Ike coEt ot living nnd ILc -'Increase In snlarlcs nnd In almoil every other pro- fcislon nnd Lndui'trlcs the teach- ers must, do something If teach- ing ia to he made a protcfialon will nLLrncL (he class of men and vroinea wbo are needed iu Ihe educational interents uf Ihe prorlnce. At the present time In, helh- brlilge, the minimum salary fur snide (cachors Ii 4650, increajinE 'in a noun! raises uiuil tho maximum of reached. This Is very little of an increase as compared with the sal Aries in effect, locally before Ihe war anil Iruo tno Eanie thine holds IVoughoul luo province. AH ahowing that Alberta loach- era arc not nlono lo tholr (Igbt for salarlca comin'cnsuralo with the profession and the rising cost of llTlog. Iho COO teachers of the city of Spobunc aro endeavoring' now to secure a popular vote the re Id cut a ol that city allov.- ing the achool board lo Jncrcasc the tat rato for school purposes heyond Iho maximum allowed by Ihe laTT EO that an increase of per annum lo every teacher will go" into effect on January 1, During Ihe recent couvuDliou of teachers ot tho Tour southern in- spectorates here, very llttto was s.'iid about teachers' K.ilarics, but the organizer for the Alberta Teachers' Alliance was present and mucli quiet organization work was duno. Tbs AlberLa Trustees tloii now In session iii. Calgary Is In possession of Ihe facts ton- rernlng the desire of grade teacL- era for a litghrr inlnlmuiu salary and it is understood that they Tvttl fltsruss the mailer thoroughly. lielhlirldRC delegalcs to the con-, vcntlnn avc II. II. Davidson anil K. P. Johnson of .the rmblic scliool hoard, Mr. Smith o[ the SoparHlc School Board and J. II. Fleet- wood, sccrntaryjrcnsnrer -of the hulhbrldgo Public Schools. Four American Legion Members Killed by LW.W.'s at Centralia, Wash., and Mob Lynches Leader 'Class War Breaks Out in Lumber Camp Centre on Armistice Day With'Disastrous Service Have1 Information I.WAV. Attack Was ing Search Leads to Arrest of 20 cals to be Driven Out of Troops in trol. LlenL-.CoI. ..KblierL Wikon, head of j Hart House School ot Physiotherapy, I who died suddenly, in Toronto. I CENTHALlA, Wash., Nov. troops today patrolled thli cfty, where, during an armistice day celebration yesterday, fuUr fncin- ben of the American Legion were shot and killed and five others wounded by men said to bt members of the Industrial Workers of of the World, and Britt Smith, secretary of the local branch of the Industrial workrt, hanged by a mob. The reason for the attack, came as the. head of the parade swung by the Industrial Workers' headquarters, had not been de- veloped but Herman Allen, an attorney and member of a committee of former service others co-operatiny wJl'n the authorities In an investigation, said evidence had been obtained that it wae premeditated. Citizens today planned to drive all radicals fram Centralla, where they have been increasing for some time. Centralla was headquar- ters for Lewie county, Industrial Workers operating from here Into Ihd logging camps and other industrial pursuits frt this icctron. American Legion members expressed determination that every I.W.W. leave the city. the 20 men arrested in the sweeping search for I.W.W.'s was said to have confessed that plans had been made for some months ago to get Warren Grimm-and Arthur McElfrejfi, two of those hilled, and Wlfliam Schalee and Capl. David Livingston. The four men had been active In suppressing radical activities In Ihls community. Former Naval Minister Heekkd As To Why Enough Not Baitt PRINCIPALLY ACHED AGAINST BRITAIN ThisJs Opinion Expressed Premier Nil is Clearing jN'ov. inlcr" Nlttf, of an Interview given ft correipondciit of ihe- com- bined declared that to i considered-the pi in for tne' solution jof Iho Flume problem drawn up by PARIS, Nov. election riotl Tillonl as quite revolutionary features occurred in Hie department oft Aisnc, wheio ex- motiGraie In character. The premier, paid tribute to Iho altitude of France toward Italy. Ho trcmfsla arc numerous. Tho republi- can' candidates worn recclreil with [said he had received from Premier cheer.s of "Long live Lenlne and Hie [Lloyd George a pledge Lbal "Long live the Tlolshe- "Down with tlin army and the ttoureeoisc.'' Tlio republicans were threatened TV i Hi dc.nh and were .seized at Iho town liall by turbulent, mobs, llcil flogs were waved ami n. revolution IYRS declared by Lho besiegers. ASSASSIN TRIED TO GET FORMER HEAD .OF''AUSTRIAN FLEET BASEL, Nov. Budapest newspapers announce that a revol- ver shot was'flred at Admiral Norlhy, former commander-ln- chief of the Austre-Hungarian navy, but that the bullet mlised its mark, The would-be assassin was arrested. ment of the Adriatic question, conslsl- with the honor ot Italy and ol all the allies, would be reprcEcntcil. R.H. Grant Gets Education Post; Attorney General? While Veterans Paraded i Without warning, bursts of fire swept the ranks ol marching over- seas veterans as tncy pa'raJeil ra'at I. W. headquarters- 'From thpt building and the root of- a building across 'ihe street bullets came. Per- sons in ihc crowd that .lined tlie streets the returned also drew, weapons nud'b.egqn firing. FARMERS TO HAVE CANDIDATE TO RUN IN PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE TAKE WEAPONS FROM FOREIGNERS TORONTO, Nor: un'le-r legislation which became effective with the proroguing of federal parlia- ment on Tuesdny, eleps ore lo bo tak- en shortly by Superintendent Hogcrs of Ihc provincial police to oil pialols and olher, dangerous weapons thai, arc In possession of foreigners. The need for Each action, ha's been emphasized locally by tho number of shootings nnd other crimes which have been committed in recent weeks, manj of which figured In, PORTAGE LA Man., Nov. farmers' pJnlform campaisn. committee in session here aro proceeding vrilb organization work pre- paratory to entering a candi- date for the federal constitu- ency of Porlago la Prairie. A campaign fund movement has been started nnd It Is expected all electors ivill be cam as EC tl Drur.v's Ontario CahineL Round- ing Has Not Vet Accepted Offer Peter Smith Also" Offered Treasur- er's Portfolio 4 4 4 4 4