Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME xii. LKTHBIIIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 101'J 235 Operators Not Heady Till Tues- day to Submit Counter Pro- posals (o U. S. Miners Macleod People Raised For Victory Loan to The MACLEOD, Nov. district VJctory Lean drive wss a hugs luccesi. The district, which Included Gran urn, had a mark ot The whole'die- trlct subscribed ever of whfch the Macleod area alone took 5125.000. When the cam- paign started It was cantldered doubtful If even 50 per cent Would bo but the reiult shows much more mogty In the town and district than had been believed possible conildtrlng con- ditions, MEN NOT RUSHING BACK TO PITS WASHINGTON'. Xov. con- ference of wago Bcalo committees In tho central compctfllvo bituminous coal (ielda was poalDoned today at tho reiuest of tho operators, who Trcra not ready to submit a counterproposal (o tho (icman.ls received from ILo min- ers Saturday. Meantime a commjl- tea of iho operators was framing u reply. It was sattl Hie question of tho renewal uf wort by the miners wna one of Iho matters lo bo brougb: up by Iho operators. Open In miners and operators hkvo reacliei] a eeUlctnent Bnllsfac- lory to both parties' and the mines will bo rc-opencd at once, accortlfog to a lelcfiram from J. Quealy, iire- tlclent of tha Wyoming1 Opcra- tor3' association, received today by Secretary of Labor Wilson, The flnnl contract in tbc WyointnE field Is lo Ixi bafcd on the agreement reached In llio central competitive field, Mr. yuealy said- Men Disposed lo Wall CHICAGO, Nov. open- tors and union leaclcra bad predicted regunipilon today of mining ou a scalo In the bituminous coal field a of the country where more than XODjOOO miners hod boon on slriko for 16 days, only In West Virginia were both aides confident Ino men" voulil be'.back .at work during -the day. In the other largo producing- fields the men showed a disposition In most cnaoa lo await further results ot Iho Conference nl Washington of opera- tors Bud union officials over a. new scale to Lethbridge Wins Six Crests for Loan Flag Equalling Its 1918 Record; Subscriptions POULET COVERS MILES PARIS, MOV, meuige received here yeiterday from Etlenne Poulct, the French avia- tor, who li flying from Pirli to Australia, and who reached Kara- chi, latt week, having com- pleted nearly four thousand hides of hit Journey. "Obliged by motor trouble to the mtisagt, was dated from Karachi. "One day the Inhabitant wiaried to kill us, taking us for devlli. Fortu- nately we had guns and ammuni- tion." With a Prince of honor flag, [ecorateil by sir creals, flying from teatlquarlers, the Clly ot rroto "flnla" on tho Victory Jxian 91? campaign on Saturday nfght amid real celebration stage J by Chairman D. E. Iltrrls and his cohorts. At midnight Saturday H05.000 bid :en reported in. This morning be- ated returns haj swelled (he toLala o with enough ID thb malls, t Is thought, Lo bring the total 10 Considering that hcthbritlge's eb- cctlvc was placed at aa liiet for 1918. owing to the poor crop Ihe Loan Bolshevik Again Advance Claim That Omsk Is In Their Hands LONDON, Nov. cap- ture of Omsk by Russian soviet forces, unofficially denied In ad- vices through Scandinavia yes- terday, IB reasserted In a Bolshe- vik communique received by wire- less from Moscow. Several -trect flghtt) preceded capture and more Jhan prisoners were taken by the Bolchevlkl, It Is de- clared. The Kolchak forces Vetreated eastward In disorder, the, which nlsu claims the capture of Yanovifty from the all- Russlan troope. Fn the Baltic re- gion, It Is announced that follow- ing the capture of Yamburg the Bolshevlkl continued to advance and are pursuing Qen. troops. Powers In Accord LONDON, Nov. reference (o the nnnouncement In the do Paris, following upon tho conversations which Lloyd George Curzon anj Mr.. Dalfour lha' find France wcro cordially CENTRAL1A, Wash., Nov. 16. W. W.'s planned the Ccntri- lia shooting three weeks before armlttlce according to an alleged, confection made by L. Roberts, confturi I. W. W., who surrendered hlmtelf to the offlc- ers following ihootlng rn.whlch buljeU from the gum of the radfcali killed four former American toldlers marching In a holiday parade....... consider that Lelhbrldge has done. Jecllro of SEQQ.OOQ. raised vronJers in Ibe "clean-'jp" loan': capturing Iho flag and sli crowns, BO drive tbla year had uol.the Impelling of war need which put lUo two previous drives acrosEj anj for this reason the result Vas all the inoro ChalrJiiaii Harris bad double reason, for r-ongrBtulallDg himself Saturday night, for ibo rt'lobntfon flt iKiaa' headquarters V.-AS at Its lielghL lie recGlvtirt the hidings from Tils rfsldecce that Mrs. lltrrls had pre- sented blm wltb a fine baby girl. Dennis avers her nanje be Ylc- torla In honor of the Decision. Lost year Lettibridge wflh ac ob- tbat this year's result waa quite as fine, though scaled on a GO me what lower basis. DEatrCct Hits Million Though complete ffgurfru are not available, Chairman Shepherd is sure that the whole Lelhbrldgc district bit Ibe million mark In the campaign. The district Included from to the International boundary ami from .Monarch as far eaet aa Grassy Lake. The objective for the district was IG5MOO. which Lelhbrldge city sub-district aloue oversubscrlbbed by POSED AS FRIEND OF BOOTLEGGERS WINNIPEG, Xov. 17. Clin- ton Ha.ce, formerly an employee of Iho proT-JucJal license dc- IiaMiueril. la alleged lo have here as in axeiil for the :iulhoritlea 'to prevent boot- leggers from ioterfcreuce by Ihc nlllcers enforcing the Tern- yerance Act, lie arrested while leaving n Main street Intrepid Poel-Ace-InsurKcnl store with a eiieck for Now Blaster of KnLirc Dalmatian Con si ADMIRAL Mir.O JOIXS THE INSURGENT FLEET made to Lira by Ihc proprietor, and will appear In ihe jiollce started for himself In the aw prncllcc, ho came lo Ihe conclu- Ion thai it would be unwise to nut-' Ums'cU forward, However, ho agreed hat in Ihc falling of Mr. J. F. Hani I whoso name was brought for-. nan! and who had been approached: >y ihe labor men, to stand, he would- lo'so, In respect to Mr. Hamilton's cactll-. daturo, which among others '-KHS', slroogly supported by pr. Chairman Jowctt stnled thai (he- parly Included not only men' who worked with Ihclr hands but men-' with their brains, 1 Candidate AMU red To simplify mailers a ballot WHE- laken of the name a of Messrs. Harnll-- :on and Cameron with Lbe understand'. Ing that if Ihe man. who obtained the; ilgher number ot votes would hoi (find the other ba lie standard icarcr. The result of the ballot wa; L majority for Mr, HnmllLon and to- CEO] u I ion' Hie nomination waa mafia'- inaninioud. In case he refused thr. Domination, It was mado clear thai Mr. Cameron would accept Lhe same.. A candltlalQ for tlio office of commfe-- stoner of nubile work3 on tho UckeL Is therefore assured. H WA.I stated fit tho meeting tnirt Mr. Peebles, who Is fit-present taking a course In vocational training expressed hlsrdeslro lo Eland for Ihe commlsslonershlp, but that, placed" as he was, he could no I be In 1'ie cltj during Ihc campaign, Organizing Commutes The following organizing commltUa waa elected for (he campaign: D. Me- Nabb, A, hlndley, IV .SmeoJ, C.. H.; Klngdom, Dr. f Covering, MaL Charleu Peacock, J. Murphy, IL Chap- man, with power lo add lo Us num-. her. p Mr. Xlmmons, who was al fhn meet.- ing, expressed bis complete rllaflallj- wllh tho present form of clflc govern men I and promised the meet-. _ng thai he Voulrl t3ke Iho pUtfOrin on behalf ot Lh6 labor candtdile and all thai was In his power (o sqV sll'.ulc tho. managerial form oE Ror- cnimcnC under an altleraitBte Wlrd.