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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOU'MK XII. .S.VITHDAY, XOYKMBKK 1'JIO Kolchak Forces Hclrcaling In Easterly Dcliind Dcnikinc YUDENITCII FOHCES TAKE KEBS LONDON, Nov. cajy IUI n' the all-Russinn govern- ment, has been occupied by the Russian Bolshevlki, an official statement from received here today slates. Tho Kolchak forces. the state- ment adds, nrc retreating In nu easterly direction. Platform Is Radical Far Ahead of the Old Parties Deadliest Enemy To Privilege Coleman Works To Relieve Car Shortage Here VICTOR L. BERGER Milwaukee Socialist, who has been denied lite seat in Ike American HoLsc of Heprescntatives. Tho evacuation nt Omsk by all but milltnry delenJcr-; of the clly decided upon by Iho Kolchafc- govern- ment early this month, nCler the Mol- eherlkl Imd Pctrojialuvsk and lehici BiiU tbre.iIcnlnK nn ad- vance on tho all Russlaa capital. Tlie capture- of. Ouisli, If confirmed, will compel the removal of the peat of Iho All-Russian gflverrtmcnt some distance- further easL Some of tho (jovcjhmcr.L departrnoQta already have been locnteJ nt Tomsk, at Iho Irans-Slbcrlan line, nbout 350 miles cast of Omsk, while nthera will have to bo quartered cl. Evacuation Proarcsses HONOLULU, Nov. evacua- tion of OmRfc Is progressing, tho Brit- ish, French and Italian legations hav- ing already gone to Irkutsk, a Toblo cabla dijpafch C (he 1. W. were lakeii into cus- ody hy Soattlo police in several raids. At Spokane Spokane officials hrcalhcd easier to- day after a night spent in a stale of preparedness against a threatened "in- vasion" hy 1. W. from ilontann, Oaho nnd oilier pnrts of the norl did not materialize. SECT'S EXCUSE Troops Preserve Or- Postpone Sail ings Till Monday TAIIIS, Nov. 13. Xumeroiia troops are beinK gathered In and about Paris for use in Ihe event or disorders dur Ing the elections Similar. -Uen. Mau- la at present living near Paris, has licen asked hy the gorcm mcnt lo remain lu Iho vicinity Gf the capital and It Is Ealtl ho will take command of tho troops in tho Paris district should rioting develop Sun day, Slormy Meeting PAIllS, Nov. Bcrlous disorder; occurred last night during a political meeting in the Pasay quarter when Kvaln, president of Ihc council President sharply denied charges of bad lallh over the coal strive and the negotiations and William Green, secretary-treasur- er of the mine workers' union, tcofc exception to Secretary Wit- son's statement of FriJay thpt a 60 per cent, wage Increase In min- pny impossible- Green said that the federal governrnent should see that the miners get that much to allow them a United Slates standard of liv'ing. Speaking en behalf of the opera- tors outside the central competi- tive fields, F. W. LuVinQS, presi- dent of the Southwestern Inter- Slate Coal Operators1 Association, said that because outlying opera- tors are not organized no lime should be wasted, but that "public interest in an early settlement makes It1 desirable lo Jn the past." Mr. Luhings' statement immed- iately brought from Mr. Lewis a charge of bad. Faith. After announcing his accept- ance of Secretary Wilson's sug; geatlan, Mr. Lewis ealdl "I want to express my utt-r amazement of the attitude of the coal operators as ttatetJ by their spokesman, Mr. LuVings. If lh is any one thing which has .-public sentiment againsf'the mlrie workers, It had been the oft repeat- ed cry that the outlying operators hud not been presented with de-, mar.ds by they Blood ready and wlfling ,to negotiate a wage CONFERENCE AGAIN WASHINGTON, Nov. erators and rmlnerg again factd each other today In an effort ID settle the cornrgversy which led the'recent nation-wide strike of eoft coal miners. Secretary of Labor Wilson, by whom the con- ference was called here yecter- day, In an oddress told both oldes. just what would have to be done for an adjustment of their dis- putes. When the conference met at 10 o'clock today, the nurjces- tions outlined by Mr. Wilson were the first thing to be discussed by both sitfes. Working AD a In Monday PITTSIWIIU, Pa.. Nov. 15 C.oal operators or n-cstern Pcnnsrlranla nn- mccU today that while only P. small number ot union miners had returned to work during tho last two days, they believed aU mines in the dis- trict would be working by Monday. In the meantime. Pittsburgh coal sup- ply was materially increased today, because of heavy shipments from northern Virginia and increased' pro- j duel Ion on the part of non-union mines In llila district. Nationwide Plan Nov. a 'long., and acrimonious wrangle today 'representatives PMhe. coal operalor-i and miners In conference here agrecrt to take up of TV'ages" 'aifil lahor conditions in the 'central com- iieLllire (hey hurl failed to ogrcc .on considering a national :'scalb as first proposed. Lethbridge Tops Mark; Today Last Nationalist. for chamber ot deputies, retorreil to llui wave of which, he said, ivas siibnierfjlnff Paris. Worklngmcn In the Hrst balcony of the large hall be- came enraged nt. I his and threw chairs anrt other arllclea upon the st.igo. anil ho meeting broke ui> In rllsortler. Xov. The n en- a pa fit ro lake Gen. Sccley's resig- nation from .the air mlnlslrr quIellT end indicate thai lurllaincnL did the same. briefly, JHB reason vraa dlssalisfac- llon tho dual control of Uoiven the war office and air minis try, Tho Dally Chronicle says tho house cbilltd by !ho fiovcrly of liis cs- planBllon, the Inadeqtincy of bla mo- Livo for and his action In crossing the ftoor of Iho house. Tho Dally Xcws alludes lo Ihe In- terminable squabble And Jcdlouslcs nf depnrliacnls for conlrol of the air force and suggest a that the encourage- mcnt of civil aviation, would supply the army nitd navy with a rcacrvo of flying mon and niachliicg, Tlio Times n flaror of vanlly (n (Jon. Scoley'n npccch, ivhlc-h was not dlsngrppnblrs find assorts tbo de- partment of civilian avlalfoti has bren tho Cinderella of public service Dyer since Its creation. Premier Drury Is Very Strong With-Ladies TORONTO, Nov. Drury and Hon. Manning Doherty, minister of agriculture, called at the convention of the Women's In- stitute In Ontario at the final ses- sion yetlerday afternoon and de- lighted the ladies by their pRlheUc altitude toward the In- stitute, Mr. Drurx expressed his approv- al of women on school boards and ai an advocate for women having the greatest possible free- dom In the exercise of the dullei of citizenship. NEW YORK HERALD EDITOR IS DEAD NtJW YOUK.'Nov. A. Hamilton, cdllor of Iho New York Herald, dCeJ at hta home hero I night, Rttor an Illness ot Bcvcral monlhq. Ilo wna connected Tvllh' Jlorold for moro lhan-fl qunrlcr of n. ccntprr, serving for many years financial editor. Until Alx months ago, when his health failed, ho iho chief edllorinl irrilor. Ho fileo tho ITrrald'3 reprcscnlallvo al I don anil (or a number of re wna 63 years old. AT THREE O'CLOCK THIS AFT. ERNOON CHAIRMAN HARRIS AN- NOUNCED THAT LETHBRIDGE AND SUB DISTRICT HAD PASSED THE MARK, THE TOTAL STAND- ING AT THIS ENTITLES LETHBRIDGE TO ITS FIFTH CREST FOR THE PRINCE OF WALES FLAG. Lcthhrldgn suh district with an ob- Jcttlvc o[ up (111 nine o'clutx this maminE had reported Tor tho Victory Loan, is ?il2r- 000 over the objective. The JvCthliriflgc dislrirt of ivhK'li K. .T. gliTphcrd Is chairman, up till Uny night hail roportctl as apninst _an objctilivr- of Sf.jMl.OOO. rounllng'only Iho new Lctlibrldgo sub- district since that lime the Lclhbrldgc greater dtalrlcl non- lias ?S05rS50, so that Ihcre Js evcrj' reason tor holh Ifarrla nn.l Chairman Shepherd to he elated the ivork donu hy their canvassing squads and the support they have re- ceived limn the public. Thursday night Lcthhrhlgo city sub-district had turned in applica- tions for On FriOny the i-lty passed Iho quola ol set for Ihe whole o( the grealnr dl-lrlct. ani up last night J6S6.7.5D. fly nine o'clock ihh inom- inp these Tigurcs hnj been swelled to J717.200. so thiil the seven hundred thousand mark haa Leen passed. This is the last day or (he drive which has lieen golug on for (hrec weeks, anil nil canvaasera nre worfe- Ing tlonhle time. With three or four largo EuhacripUoni In sight clly district ij expected to top -Irm mark, nnrt irhlle Ibln Is not F.O larRQ n.3 last year's total I.Rthbrklge siil the pacn for the n-holo of Western Canada, the rejulL Is high- ly satisfactory considering crp? ron- dltions lo Kouthern Alberta th'a'j' Foremost district has reported in and Victory Loan headquarters will, he open tonight til! midnight nnd all can- vcsscrs are. requeslsd to rcport.dui.lni: tJin evening. Ar'pllcallons will he-re- ceived from the public up Ull 12 o'clock. HOLLAND WILL JOIN LEAGUE OF NATIONS Complete Heturns Show Squires' Parly Will Have 23 Seats, House ST. JOHNS, Nfld., Nov. Michael leader of the gov- ernment was defeat- ed al the recent general election, having announced that he would resign as premier today, the gov- ernor _WM prepared to Imme- diately upon Opposition Leader Squlrei for the formation of a new ciblnst. The returns from all the 36.teatc In the legislature show lhat (he Incoming adminis- tration will have 23 eeats and thf support ere THE HAGUE, Nov. von Karncbcck, minister of for- eign affairs, has announced In Ihc chamber lhat Holland Intends to enter the lesguc of nations. Im- mediately ratification of the pence treaty is considered, BUDAPEST, Nov. tion by the Rumanian troop j cf Budapest Is going on. without In- cident. The minister of Justice haa pfacardcd cily an- nouncements thai martial layv be Invoked to deal with acts of hich treason, murder, pillzge or arson- The entry of Hun0ariiin na- tional army under Admiral Hor- Iny win take place this morning. Veterans Being in To Radicals From (he Lumber Camp3 SPOKA.NK, Wnah., Xov. 14.-Mem- bers of thft American legion here wc-i'c heins cworn in as special men I'il3 cvcnfnp to meet what was declared lo be an invasion of to members of Industrial Work- era of America, due Lo arrive here (o- nJRM from Montana nnrl Olhcv points In tlie norlhr.'cat. Arrangcrncnls worn hclng made wilh ofrirera nt Fort (Jcorge Wright for nrms aotl nrnmn- nflloii for iho American Legion cffl- ccrs who wore tn he hehl In readlrtcsa for Immediate nctlon. Tlie l.UMV- flrr to arrested, re- 'ports havln? been rcfclvc'l from luin- her camps that I, VVCTC le.iv- IDS HjpJr Jobs (pv ajibkine, ;