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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Premier Drury Picks Cabinet For New Ontario Govt -Two Labor Men Chosei VOLUME XII. LKTIILWIDGK, ALBERTA, THUIISDAY, NOVEMHEU 13, 1111'. NUMDEH 282 Alarmist Reports Deprecated lly Delegate to I'cacc Conference Who Says Situation No Bel- ter And No NO THOUGHT 01' WAH j TO ENFOHCE DEMANDS Bolsheviki Demand Safe Conduct For Dorpat Delegates Opening of Conference Looking to Re-establishment o( Peace Between Factions in and Bol- sheviki Commence Peace Negotiations Sal- Claim Capture of Four Regiments of Kolchak's. Troops. Heads-Trustees I'AIUS, IIKL.S1NGFORH, Nov. Teliltchcrln, Uolshcvlk foreign mlnli- tor, has sent a wireless message to M. Esthonlan forcinn minister, do- rcporls r wandinff guarantees for safety for the of high tousioii and iios.iible rupture Bolshevik rejircscntnUvca lo the IJor hehvcon Dclgiuni nnd Holland, which nave i.ten current for tno jiaat feu- days in Brussels and In peace courer- encc circles bere. have their source In Ihc Interior politico uf llelgluni :md are fostered tho jtolHicnl rarly cncrgclic policy Inward Holland, nccording lo a member of tli'J Belgian jicacc delegation in ParJs. 'The situation is neither more strained nor boiler limn H has been llie opening ot Ing the Scheldt and questions.1-' this delegate at Recurrence of Ihc-st rep' jiat ctmferomco. M. Flip replied, as-1 suring Tchllcherin of pale conduct anil Immunity from arrest for (he dele- gates. It expected tho llolshovlk repre- sentatives will arrive al the Eslhonlan lines trom Pskov on Sunday. They will he mot there and escorted lo Por- pat. Meet the Esthonians 1IKLSINGFOH3, Xov. negotiations between lhc Kslboniaua have sprung; up'from lime to limb, (he Bclgfan rlclcgitc pays, ims been oaus- ed Ihc flag l-Jrnint; Incident at Ercakens, wlierc Dulcli sailors liruiled down llic liBlglan ling, Vrmnplert mill liurucd it and also hy Ihc Finking of the Belgian yacht in Hroweraliuven. ]icniclraLcil by a few rlrunkcn rowdies. "Delgiuni has no Mnic. to go lei war OVCT Ei.cK declared llie tlclc- galo. practlnally UN hope of obtaining from Holland a EfcUlemcnl ol the Scheldt, and him- (luesUotis along lines, iiropos-ed liy Jier delegation. This is duo to Iflc allljmlo of Hie grcal powers, esjiec- lAliy tlie-Uulled Slates, who are op.en- Vy liosiUe-lo.-HelElnm'i point ol view, -But perhaps .aii nnd Inc Bolshevik! will begin on Bat- urday, H was announced here today, ions "-winch WUmanlana will not pnrllrlpalo }n the negotiations. Captures LON'UOX, Xov. Nov cinhcf1 3 and November 10, according to- n. Bolehcvik wireless "message (elred here, the Hods captured four entire regiments of Atliniral Kolchak'a troops and two divisional Etafls. 'J'lie says LhaL all.oincera who re- fused to surrender were shol by their HIti Grcit Britair. Meet Bcrmondt Representative LONDON, Xov. Interallied commission lo the rialtic states, at (la flrsL fitting ai Koenigsberg, It Is learn cd here, luviletl Col. Bcrniondt'a chip.I of Etafl and Ihc commanders or inde- pendent foicos to attend dlgciihsl at TilsH. Their commission lias prom- ised Ihc officers safe conduct. One Gait Miner Mined 189 Tons In 2 Weeks Protests the Secretary Coal Commission in First Session Here Told by U.MAV. of A. Leader That This Would Be Impossible if Mines Act Enforced and Only Eight Hours Peacock Says His Brother Discriminated Against for O.B.U. Livingstone Against Government Control of Mines. The coal commission, consisting ol The first witness examined -vsi: Pacific Coast Posts De- mand Dnislic Action by State and Kedcral Authorities Against AH Radical Organizations ROY: R. DAVIDSON J. T. Stirling. Chief Inspector ol Mines W. McXclll, representing Iho operators, Harvey Shaw, repre- senting Iho Industrial Commission, Chairman of. lllo local- rmMic school Edmonton1, ".V. SinlUen, Alberta Veil- er.ilion of Labor; and I.. -Laughran, hoard who was elected president or thn Alberta Schopl Trustees Assocla- Dlstrlct IS of the 17. M. W. of A., open- tlon convention held In Calgary this cd its sessions In the on WcJncs- I day afternoon. FARMERS PLAN CANADA- WIDE POLITICAL DRIVE Hoburt Peacock, Sccrctarj" I LYNCHED MAN WAS I AN I. W. W. ORGANIZER I Mr. Peacock referring lo mine No. C, complained to the board that (he Coal .Miners' Act was not being car- rtcd oul, as some men were- working 12 hours LCI the mine, lie cUod the case of a man who produced 1S9 ton's o( coal In two ivenkg, maintaining ihaL the quantity could not have been min- ed Jn. tbc period working S hours a day. Qucstionejl as to medical aUentioii. the ivltncsa saJd tlial thc'eamc tvna Eztlc.L'aciory. Witness Lrought up Ibe matter of discrimination in the mines, staling tint this afierlcrt Ihn local in thai il CKNTItAUA, Wasb.. Xov. Tho man wlio was lynched here Tuesday night, after four members 'of AnicrlCiin legion had been shot ibu kilted during an armistice day cele-. bnilioii, identified today as Ern- est by a woman who coa- ducled tlie rooming bouse uhere orelts' lived. He was working here as an 1. W. organizer, the said. _ This identification was partly borne" out when the police went through el-" 0- EAKL KRASSEY IS ACCIDENT VICTLM LONDON, Xov. Jirassev, Trlio was knocked down hy A cab n lew days ago, died here totj.iy from his injuries, Karl BrasEpy (Thomas A. Drassev) was created earl In 1511. lie rctlrer X, Nov. Lenine. from Ihc West ICeul Veonianry, Jn Inter-Provincial Conference On Political 'Matters Being DLB- Qussed By. Canadian Coun- cil .of Agriculture in Winnipeg 150SSES TRY TO SPKBAD SPANISH LOCKOUT HuEEiau .IJoJshevIk has sent a letter lo-the Turkestan communists. In which he saya. that the. restoration of coinmuniraUani bolwccn soviet Uuasla jimV "opens for a struggle acalnsL universal 1m- The mcsstgc Ifltlnlorpreleil here as a hint at operatloni-In' tbc direction of Hay, he was lieutenant-colonel in Karl Hrasscy hcfo posts Ju govern- ment diplomatic scrrice Tor a number ol years, having been editor ol the navy animal since 19QIV assistant pri- vate secretary to KLi4-Spencer, first lord of the admiralty, and nssisl- unt secretary lo the royal co'mnilsrlon Ion opium in 1S9I. [Magraih Wins Its Loan. Flag; Reaches Jenner Alan Found Guilty and of Insfinily is of No Avail MKDIUIM-; HAT, Xov. Kiiilty of tlic attempted murder of. Kam nc.ir Jeuncr in August of last year, William Russell Dean, of J.eimer, ivas today sentenced lo live .years' leas 15 months already served. Thn case for the crown was completed yesterday, todfiy liclng occupied the defense, irhich roiled solely on medical testimony as to the accused's sanity, Mr. Jnatire Scolt found that llie mcdfc.il cplnlona depended almost ex- clusively upon the statement of the accused nnd he thought these were not lo bo rellttl upon. is! to Th- Herald) NOT. Magrath won Ihe Prince of Wales honor Jldg in the Victory Loan, drive on Wcdncsflay, bucured of. llie objcclivc. tliree (lava ElLH to go LliO local committee ia confident the quota will be reached And a crest ridded to the flag. The Magrath com- mittee unahlo lo (16 any work whaterer Iho first week of the drive owing to the inclement weather, but they pro making up for lost time and are d-.termincd that tho Garden Clly will lie one of the Southern Albcrln towns to go over the top, BELA KUN HAS PAL NOW VIENNA Xov. Mar Lcvicn, Uavarlan communfat leader, has been Intcmert at Karlslein Sola Kuii ami other members ot the tormcv Hungarian government. DruryNames Cabinet; Raney, Liberal, Will Be Attorney General TORONTO, Nov. announcement of the Members of Vhc ntw Ontario government waft made this morning. Following W. F. Nlckle's de- clination of Ihe atlorney-general- .shlp, P'cmier Drury announced inal W, E. Harcy, K. C., ol Tor- onto, had been selected for the pott. Following is Ihe personnel of the new cabinet: Erneit C, Drury, U. F. O., Bar- rie, premier and president of the council. W. E. Rancy, K.C., Toronto, tornty-gtneral, Msnnlna W. Doherty, rfefealed f. O, candidate, Peel, minister Of agriculture Benlah Bowman, U.F.O., M-P. minister of lands and forests, Labor, M.P.P., Fort William, a C.P.R. conductor, rnln- Ister of mlnea, Walter Hollo, Labor, M.P.P.; Himllton West, Minister of health and ff. H, Grant, U.F.O., M.P.P., Canton, mlnliter of education, H. C, Nixon, U.F.O., M.P.P., North Brant, provlncljl Sn-.Uh, U.F.O., provincial Ireiiurer, (Llb- Ti MAD7IID, Nor. federation i of losses Is working 3till further to j develop the lockout of employees In I Spain. The president ot the Tedera- lioii announced that there will Le three hunoreJ thousand men out oC Tvork at Uic end of this week. assert, that the goveni- Xor. Definite plan's (or the Jiolrilug p[ an Inicr-pro- vlncfal embracing Mani-.... loba. Saskatchetran, Alberta and On-'mcnt is to take measures lo avotil a the idea of eventually mak- the organized' farmers' political r are .expect- bfl Canadian movement cd to be approved Council _ An auiendcnenL'lo" MUSF resolution, brought- this morning, indicated a on tho" part'of a largo number ol the delegates to 'cs- leud.the conference lo al! the prov- ince. Mr. motion af- fected only the provinces already pos- sessing political, organizations '.which Ihelr inalniobjcct, the election ol parliament representatives pledged lo support lhc farmers' platform. Af- ter n lenglhj- discussion, both the or- iginal resolution nnd the amendment were referred to a committee lor- re- into a single resolution. .with Instructions to report tlijs af- ternoon. Four Provinces First At tho conclusion ot this morning's majority of the-delegates woulrt favor a conference of the four provinces already organized with tho Intention of giving federal scope to (he political action, which has been launched under of tho organized farmers' movement. aeneral lockout anil_ -consequent geueral i _ .whtph'thc workers are threatening in response lo the.tactics of 4te.. employers. Public order con- linuea to prevail'in Madrid. fccis found in lhc room occupied- by Ihe man. The body had heel] prev-. iously identified ns that of -'Brick'1' Ing given umjjloymcnt in auilllcs were in ncstl and iliey suffering hardships. Mr. these men any revolutionary desires? Mr. opinion that as officials of the former union .they arc discriminated against They -ate not revolutionary. went on lo say lluil his brother, diaries Peacock, former secrela.-y of Ihe Ipcbrwas county clerk today. i Ilcsolution5 demanding tir.aci.ia ac- tion by slate federal authorities agaiiisl radical organizations have been' adopted by American legion posls "tinil other organizations in many cities, _ Soldier Fired On CKXTIIAUA, Nov. fieorgc I'ailon. a former soldier, was fired upon before daybreak today as criminated against. In reply to Mr. Mi cil'thnt liis broLlitv ho was on jiatrol duty near Uic Kridgc j whcr the alleged Industrial Worker of il. .witness ihe was- lynched' Tuesday, never applied [n'lght. Police, national guarflsmen t 1LEOAISMOF I Pilot and Navigator Crashed in Australian Entrants were icinstaled IL woultl have cflect nmong the minors'. Ilcf Charles "Peacock bad- -that- ho Tronld nol.be >ie applied for Ihc he understood this from the International Commis- sion. In giving eferds to the men -whp worked the. company, did not do any- ,lhing cm Entry to Ihc agrcemcnl. DEFEAT BY POLES Cost of Living.Enquiry PARIS, .N'OT. roporls uil Witness contcndeil thRt Ihc covcrn-1 Iho municipal elections.Ill Upper SII- :hief Demand Will Be Thai Hungary Be Evacuated Im- mediately PAHIS, Xov. supreme council today disclosed, the nalo to 10 sent lo lltininnln in response to Rumania's recent nole. Tlic' nil led Is bo very in [one, the Rumanian nolc'being regarded as evasive and unsatlsfac cry, but notably so ns concerns tho Icmand for Ihs evacuation ot Hun by the Knmanlans. The allied nolo ivas not cotnplcled today, but H will put into shape shortly flnd for- n'rtrcJcd to Uiicharcst wlUiln two Tno rcDDrt received from .Sir Gcorgi; ClerK, allied commissioner to Iluda- pcst, was considered as showing that jiolilical conditions In Jlungary nuich Improved, and thai Ihcrc were fntlicattnn? of a coalition government being formed shortly in. Budapest, with which Iho confcrcnco could deal. Another subject taken up by the council was Uin elections held recent- ly In tiilcsla, A note to (Jcnnany wa3 iho" Grand Trunk and Grand-Trunk framed, advising It to disregard theso Pacific; systems; aad whereas. It is elections. A note nlso wag.sent to most desirable that the administration Germany, warning Iho Herltn govern- of these government properties be merit liial Ihe sale of avla- conducted with cmdcncy, Tlgor and violating the arnils- delor.-nlnalion In a d LONDO.V, Nor. Douglas, of the corps, and Lieu ten; M. Australian Myhig nt J. Lr. S. Floss, I ment had not [uUHk-il Iho ngrecmcnt given b3' Mr. Annatrons tliat there should he an Inquiry into Ihc coat of living every four months. The 02 slow this morning for a flight to Aus- tralia, were killed shortly nflcr they began their' jouniDy, when tbcir" nlr- ptane crashed near Surbleton, near Surrey. Y-reaolutlon "wofl passed inviting Ihc' federal government through the live- stock branch of Iho department oC ag- rlcullurc to continue lo act aa inler- mwliary belvieCn the different parties interested In standard slock food. Tho resloullon Indlcalcd that the council was out of sympathy with any action lending to restrict the trco exportation or "sale ot standard slock food, refuse screenings or Ecrccnlngs fn any form. Halfway Matters 'Another rcsolulloji nasaed rcferre'l to 4hc railway situation as follows: "Whereas Ihe government ot. Can- nda has already Required the Canadian Northern Rndway and negotiations arc under way for Iho acquisition, of Ross flnd-Douglas were the Austral- an entianls in Ibo reliability Illgbt rom Kngiand lo Australia Tor lite goYerinncnl prize of .Several English aviators also lavo oulcrcd the conical. The con- lion malarial Is llco and will'not bo tolerated. F. C. U.F.O., M.P.P., NofUi Wentworth, Min- ister ot Public Worki i Col. D. Grey, U.F.O., M.P.P., mlnltttr without portfolio Raney Geti TORONTO, Nov, E. RaneXr K.C., of Toronto, the well- prohlblllonltt and joclal reform been offered and has accepted the potitlon of In the Drury provincial 'government. Why Nlckle Refuted TOHONTO, N'ov. clr- tnmsLanccs, which he can noLnl r-rc.i- cnl'atlJuKt, caused W, F.- NlckU', K.C. of Kingston, lc derlino tho nllorncy- gcncralflblp when offered to hint this morning by Premier-Designate Drury. Mr.. ttlcklc, In an Interview', slated that .Mr. Drury h.id aahed him to ac- cept the portfolio, !'I gave It careful consideration from', every lie said. "JJuL personal clrcumalnn thai can not at present ho Rrtjus forced me to dccllnn his ITo went on In say thnl he had L much Imprftascd vrlth the crtrtcnt de- sire of Mr Drury lo promote efflclencx and economy In Iho new government And to iidvanco Ihc Interests of the people, Ifc said he hAil nfttnlng hul S3 jjipnthy anJ gopd wishes for Iho nciv jircmler, v The mttniclpal clcc-lioii3 in Upper deelro to develop htislnoaa for these rail- ways, In behalf of Ihc Canadian lav- payers; .il 19 resolved that a mcmor- Silesfa, It has liccu shown by other.' anrtmn be prDsenleil lo the next inocl- dlspfttchcfl, heavily in favor. Ing of Iho Canadian Council of Agrlc- (hc Polaa, giving lo expressions I ultnra Retting forlK Iho jiroaent of hope In roll ah qiiflrtcrs that the allies ivould regard them RS shovvlnB the sentiment, of llic district and an ohvlaling (he for a pelbh- c'lc lo dclcrmlno ivliolher the region shcmld go lo Poland, or Gcr mar. CLOSE ONTARTO HOTEL of development (n the ol lhc people )vltb tho railways ot this country." TORONTO, Nov. Ontario Icense comnifssloners' have annullcJ Iho llccnso or Kred Arhso.y, owner or (he Ololio Hold, HflEsdalc, Situ coo county, In consequence of Ills failure lo nivswcr R summons to appear "be- foro Iho lioard, A short time ago Arkscy was fined (or R bread) ot the Ontario Temperance Act anil iifoii a Eccoml conviction was ordered to appear before the hoard, which or- der ho disregarded. Tj KOKCE COMPULSORY VACCINATION1 IN TORONTO TOflONTO, Nov, were Issvltd by tho boavd of control Ittions ol arc (he dls- lancc of miles must be covered ivllhin 30 days, ASSASSIN'ATTRMPTS LIFE OK CLBMENCBAU'S- CONFJDENTIAT, SEC. esla to reach 1'aria, show the Poles obtained 75 per. cent 01. the votes cast and say that Ihe Germans admit dcfcM. cents bonus granted lo meet the high The pan-German organization of Up- cost of liviup was hoi adequate. Coi1 the same. Inienly to Mr. McXclll witness salt! thai hc.iras nol aware that In the agreement COTTIG lo on tlic 1st of Ap- ril lhc four mouths' Inquiry1 was' to be held at Iho request of either party to 'Furlher thai wncn. the cod tract -was lo April 1st, 1S1D, that the miners' rep- resentatives had requested (hat tho cost of living should not bn. looked into further. This was Iheacllon taken at (lie miners' convention at Calgary. (Conllavcd on Pcge Four) per-Silesia ndriUs that, it is "lost 10 us." Polish organs express the opinion that the enlente will conBlrtci' tbc' municipal elections, which 'were' or- ganized by the Gcrmnus, as final .ami thai.a plebiscite is-iiow unnecessary, Polish opinion expressing' ilsclf r in spite of what the ncwsnflpors "unsatisfactory rating conditions." CATALONIST LEADER DEAD MADRID, TN'OV. hbla, Catalonlsl leader and well known as an cconoinlEt, died yesterday. BORDEAUX, Nov. An nllempl was made early uiornlnp lo ns- sasalnato Georges Mandcl, Premier Clemcnceau's chief confidential Becre: (ary, who fa a candidate on lhc N'al fonalfsL ticket [or tho department of' Cl rondo. Al 2 o'clock this morning1, as M. Manuel was entering his aulo al Ihe conclusion of a meeting, his car was surrounded find he and his acsaulled with canes And sllckrt. A Tcrolvcr shot was fired al Man- phMlerln'g lhc door ol tho nulo. Mnndcl escaped unhurt. His chauf- feur started MIA car at full speed to escape the crowd. ONTARIO'S APPLE PRODUCTION FALLS U.S. Return To Work Till New Scale Is Signed "8 lhc of A( for Ilio. purpose ol discussing llic (lucVlDn of compulsory vaccination. Tills action vvaa taken as (he result 61 lhc presenting of n polltfon by tTie jnli vnrcinallon league and oilier (III- REOHET3 CARDINAL'S DEATH Nov. Uoiwdlcl to- day expressed regret over (lie death of Cardinal von Hflrlnianii, orcli- litshop ot Cologne, ivith whom .Ino pontiff worked Inctssanlly during tho war lo alleviate tho suffering of lhc DclgFan population and olso those of Drltlsh .aifd Kreneii prisoners. f ff -'f v ff ff fr ff ff ef i. DUTCH STEAMER STRIKES MINE, 22 ARE DROWNED v _ 'j- Nov.. The Pnlch Btcamor siruck a mine off TcrschcMJii'g and 20 of llic crew nnd hvo of Ilio paesenscrs wero drowned by Ilia capsizing of n boat. -'t t 't fl 6 4 4 TORONTO, Nov., sincerely hope that lhc department oC agricnl- tnro will extend Ihelr work and now Is thC'Cpportune-lllne lor Ihcm lo do bororc It la too laic, as Rpplo pro- duction Is In the dcelinc In Onlnrlo I also Ihi.nX that lhc department can do fircat work In having experienced men throughout Ontario, to oc known Injtruelors In tho growing nnd packing of eatd President Jas. Jolmion 61 Sl.mcoe, nl (ha coin annual meeting of ihe fruit growers horc yes- terday nflcrnbou. IVASlllNtJTO.V. Xov. Kucl mlnUlralor GartltM 1ms been invited by Secretary of l.aboi- Wilson, to al. .end tho conference here tomorrow ictwccn coal miners nnd operators to negotiate n new scale agree- Inoi'Eli r.il locals of .the .led IV'j'liers had (.ificiol .it -ncTccall of tho the ment. No reply hag Ijeen received from Dr. Garflcld, bui hlslncccpuncc Is expected, il was sM today at (he olllces ol llic (utl a'.nilnlslralor here. More lhan 200 operators and about 100 reprcscnlAllves of llic miners flre expected to nrrlvc lonlght and loraor- row morning for lhc conference-, ivhlcb lie tailed lo ordcT .Secretary nt II o'clock In lhc 'Interior department. Meel Tomorrow WASlllNQTOX. X'ov! Klrfal plans for the conference .of coal oper- nlors ami miners In lo- In nn effort lo reach .an agreement over their were being motlc loday by of La- bor Wilson, wTio liolda A hopeful oul- itw of OOOO unlo'l '.i.-.r 'r, ilcrs in K-. lirncd lo wo.fc Lji-ay, ncror'l.! I U" nn! 1 oadiaarlcrs ji (lie 400 RETURNED MEN ..WILL FARM IN N. B. ST. H., Nov. More lhan 400 relurrJcd soldiers have been settled ,on Now j Brunswick, farms so (ar Ihls year nnu a-long Iht ot atlons aro still lo to decided, Record- In? lo'thc' board. on Ihe sllnallon, John L. ,1 flctlug preatdcnt or Iho Unllci! Mine ol, America, ivaa expected licrc (odGy. Orerftlors also ivcrc malilnB _ [or the confcronco-anf- ivith llin of loth albllrale.lhelr dlfflcnllles, IKTO felt confident Iho n-folfng wuolcl result t-allslnt'otlly. .Men Not COLUAIBUh', Ciiio, Al Irnm IMlrateil, It f niinliie rfald, Ibji men would nol return lo the mines unt'l new ngrecmenl Is reached heiwteu lite scalo cominllleu ot the hnd operators. Idlt (n IWrloIs, Jll., Nov. A3.--Early. repprls Called Ip.slion' any trTspoSlllbn on 'iho parl o( Iho miners (p go hack ID Inctr pcnillng adjustment of. scale (llfllcuIUcH at conlorcnces call-.' cd tomorrow at WashlglUon.- Same In Pittiburg operators of tho Plllsburg dlsirlcl flfid the central and ivealern Penosyl- vanla fields reported loday that union miners. of tnfs district have displayed no inclination lo return to irorli, In Slflc of Ihc recall ol the strike order tiy mine officials. 'Reports Indicated thai the miners Vcro sUndln and would not go back nollflcil aisirlct 6Kicer union In person that the Atrifa been. ended., 'i.. i I, -j.jV until ;