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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LliTlIDlUDGIi, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. NUMBER 287. Unless Trealy is Ratified Prac- 1 lically As it and G. It Won't Heopen it WILSON 1JGEPS UP FIGHT RESERVATIONS thc Fw Yudenitch Arrny, Retreating, Is Disrupted by Mfpny Desertions to Bolsheviki WKiHave Upper Hand HELSINGFORS. Nov. London.) Is reported here to- night that troops of Gen. Yudenltch'a northwestern Russian army have gone over to the Bol- sheviki. Attempt on Kolchak'a Life LONDON', Nov. allcmpl lo GEI LEASE 10 GRAZE Vonster Development Scheme To Make Use of Northland Pas, Head- quaHers THE PAS, Man., Nov. North 'Reindeer Com- pany, capllalfW ai ;.Jiai been granted.'aVcenccMion of 850 iquare ml lei of land narttf'pf the Churchill- river 'to grue cafi- bou and reindeer .Thjt ameunU to for which the charges which the government chargea one- fourth cint per acre'a accord- v orflclalc of the which" amounts to for the to til. It ji ihaltthe company will Refugee's Held Up IvONDOX, at- tempting lo escape from the Uolshe- vlkL tho vah dt CJen. Yuri en Itch's reireai, arc being Flopped at the Ke- thonian frontier.-.where they arc suf- fering great hardships la Ibc snow and wilhoui filtelter. _ i HON. J. E. CARON, Farmer General of the Quebec _._------- I Government, become .Vrem- .-WASHINGTOX.' Nov! Idler ier after ihe next session of Iho Leg- f roin President Wilson advising Ben- Islaturc. nlora to vote against ratification of I the treaty with the foreign relations committee reservations waa latd be- forc n commltleo of Iho administra- tion senate forces today by Democrat- ic Leader Hitchcock. The committee program, the president wrote, would provide not for rallficadon, "but rath- 'er for the nullification of Iho The conference had been culled to decide upon [bo final administration Inclles In Ihc fight, for "ratlflc.ilIon which Is expected to come to an end today or Tomorrow- After Iho president's letter was read Ibero were Indications that un- Jcss a compromise could be effected Ino administration senators would lluo up -almost solidly against ratifica- tion. Proceed Without U. S. LONDON, Xov; Britain nnd are considering whether '.hoy arc not compelled to proceed with the carrying out of Iho German peace treaty and ihe operation of the Icagif, .of nations Independently ot the Unlt- el pending the action of the American government, Tt pointed out that matters arc .continually, rising unijer Ihc treaty which need immediate attention, such as Lho operation of the various plebls- Hie" Commit tecs 'and It is considered that because of'this fact It Is TID lon- ger possible lo delay making the pact operative. The, "opinion strongly prevails, here that Great Britain will not accept any 1ho -.United -wonld late llie riegollailbH'of a new (Vealy, as the Tlrlllsh gOTernmonl, It Is declared, Inlcntlqn, liy the decisions 61'.the peace' confcf once. The heliet still exists tn this capital lhat the United Stales government will ultimately1'tako Us place with thti al lies. appenrK'to be a possibility lhat Great Ur.tain the others will proceed without Ihe Unlled Stales. Defeat Of Lodge Likely Before Ihe president's letter lin.camc public1. Republican Loader Lodge de clarerl tliat he did not believe that Ihe senate would oboy the orders of Ih president, who undertakes lo command Ihc senate the treaty without the rfcaervatlons which Americanize; H nnd made IL-safe for Ihe United SU103- Thus These lines were ly drawn when the scnale went Into session at noon'lo consider final rail- Icallon and lo possibly bring lo an end today the league fight over the ThoNleclston of Democratic friends mcnt The otlho ircaly_ to vole against arallflca- said that" ho was the lion resolution containing the lodge liiaTdeBt work of hla lite trying lo grasp reservations was affirmed at the con-llne dPLnii3 Of ihe many big busln fcrcnce of Democrats. Senator 'the province has to cock said enough Democrats to Insure dcal Somft timc ago j D Fia. 1 assassinate Admiral hciil ol tlie government, which up until recently maintained Its capital at Omsk, is reported in a wireless dis-. patch received here from- Moscow. icoratnE lo Inforipalion received land grenades were thrown at stale department today from chak, als soldiers being killed and 12 wounded. The capture of Kursk, south Revolution In Vladivostok WASHINGTON, Nov. ion has broken out at Vladivostok, ac> by Si. Thus far only Russians arc in- I volved, the advices Tho reported capture of Omsk by Ihc is reported In tha dispatch, thu entering UIG city on Tuesday. 1n Uie course of operations resull- UolsLcvJki bn Xov. ID was officially confirmed by .'official dispatches re- celvcd today at" the Elate clepaUmen'.. Huns Invade Lithuania in the capture of Tobolsk. l3hiiuri COPL.VHAGENV Korl A Iclo- SeukaHnslc, Koklzde-jgram from Koyno to LIthuiiuan :of( And Omsk, Ihc dispatch Telegraph Agency gives an uocoiirirrr. the BolshfeTlXl took officers and ed report Taurogfien, thai a Ger men as prisoners. 'man force men, Virlcau (roons of Col. ron Lctlow- wild 100 armored cars an-1 orrlcs, bas crossed the froniler Into .llhuania. The report tbi army 9 advancing lovrard Shavcli, SO miles southwest of Riga. Speedy Understanding DOIIPAT, Xov. vras announc-j ed today that the meeting between the] Bolshevik delcgatton and reprcsenta- tlres of. the Ualtic slate here ivas marked by a readiness on botL aides to work, for a epeedy undersiandlns and that an agreement was quickly reached In principle regarding Ihe ci- changc of hostages. It was Elated (hat nothing clso was otflclally dlscusEcd. The status of the Bolshevik delega- tion was made clear In a statement by Foreign 31lnlsler Piip, of Kslhon- 13, that the only accredited, delegate was M. Jjltrinolf, former soviet baisador to Great Britain. Tho other' members of the delegation were only secretaries, tho foreign minister Bald. W. J. CARMICHAEL I Who lias accepted the Invitation of the soldiers ol TemiBkaming lo run. as Boldicr candidate In tho by-clectlon Dr. Albert Made Report on Re- suit To He Expected if Subs Used Unrestrictedly HINDENRURG RIDES LIKE KING THROUGH DERLLV Rumania Is After Queen of Rumania Said To Dickering With Ex-Emper- or For Old Kingdom 13TH CASE.OF SLEEPING SICKNESS W WINNIPEG WINNIPEG. Nov. case ol sleeping v sickness in Wlanl- v peg Ib'dayv. proceed sprins ud lo gather Pis will 'the emove will 'be herdt. The of Nov. "report Rumania printed >'with by Die to the Queen of Rum- :nUy visited former' Em- ic of Auitrca at hit In Switzerland, and of'the Wo the. Rtimin-> crown: The queen'. Is fnorlzlng liousc to el any llinq bclwccTi now and '1. The hoiiEO will adjourn sine die, to- day, hut hcforn dolilg ao will rasa n resolution authorizing Iho senate to quit when It sees fit. capture Pelroarnd, is, or "was, fear of being shoL by tile men whom htr father is fighting. This 'act has been known hero' by CJeii. Dobrjanshy, represenlallvc of (Jen. Vudcnltch in JjOiidon. Ocn. Yiidenitch does not know what 'ate lias befallen his daughter. Her iii aba nd was killed In bailie with the Germans shortly after her marriage. LIBERAL LEADER BACK -IN OTTAWA; ATTENDED WASHINGTON QONFEHEKCE OTTAWA, Nov. Mac- KenzloJKInBf Liberal leader, re- turned to thfl 'Cipltnl yesterday from Wathlntfcn, where he betn itttndlng the world's labor congreti ilncc the close of the parliamentary Mr. King to In the capital for the few weeks. i. over-IDC inaspiflceni re- sults' Ihc. Victor j- Loan drive The Prince ol Wales flac with live croriis is dis- played at tho town office, hundreds having admired it. It U a. be.iuliful trophy and is liiglily prissil by- ihe pc-ople of this The 'success of Ihe loan IhiiJ driest in the Lory of-the country, was due unflagging efforts ot the CQOT- anil Ihc (cellng of responsibil- ity the1 citizens entertained toward the government In the -gleaDlic program of reconstruction. Young Oiu, rich and loose of moderate mekns, all subscribed. There were nearly 200 subscribers in this district. This shows the Interest taken In the loan. Both the Standard Bank, and Bank Montreal gave llie local'campaign every assistance possible. Thft.Opera played by. Ihe. Itayomnd Opera company which has. already played Hayraond and Carflston. with prouounred -success, will -'appear in Stirling tonight and Thursday night in Slagratli. Wllh each, performance the opera jIL-is lu store for a rare treat. Andy Gunes, proprietor of the White Lunch, Is in Ponllac, 'Mich., having bfc'en. called there by Ihc lerlooi 111- liesa of his young daughter., She died shortly after his arrival. John Gunn brother and partner, ia Ihe hotel and cafe In Ms absence, TORONTO, Nov. In. a hewi.ltem today tayi: "A clean up ef ill the privately owned electrical Interertj and of ill the MacKprr- zle and Marin radUl lines, long been talked.'about and.at lait belnfl'. '.atttmptfd. likely arc InreslUalioD woulJ. icld. Magrath Won Four Crests (From Our Own MACrllATII, Nov. 17. Magralli Vent "OVCTT llio lop1' in llio .VIclory Loan catDpnlgu which closed 9alur- Up unlll tho morning of the last, day .things' looked hut tho and canvassers determin- ed lo do Ihclr bit, worked all day Sal- vjrdny with all'lhtir might ;md when they met Saturday nil ivns bright as the canvassers turned, In their Topnrls. Tiio lolala nmountcd lo around This for Magi-nth tho Prince of Walea flag and 4 cri'dts. Th6 conimlllco and canva.3- Bcr.i flro lo be congratulated for. tho Friend Id work lhey.ho.vo done despite tho many drawbacks and bad roads Ihey have hit. Thtf people Jn Ihls dls- trie I arc experiencing eomc liard limes Ijut Ihc majority subscribed to Iho Victory as In previous years. Magrnlh hds Jievl-t failed yet on oiiy call nindo upryi her people and v-0 hope lo nlwara do our blU Tho Mnnncnltos of tho Ihrco col- onk'3 soulh of Mflgrath gavo Ihc coin- mltteu A cheque for lo be used for relief pifrposcs whero most no til- This .money, .will bo foruardfd Veterans in East Look Towards Political Field TORONTO, NDV. feel- Ing that aooner or later the Great War must enter the political arena be- coming marked In eaatern On- tario, according to Douglai fvTc- Lean, organizing HCrotary of ihe provincial command of ihe Great War Velerana' Artoclatlon, who has been on- A tour among (he eflitern branches. He tays of the' association are dltaatiafled with the action of the government-at Ottawa In rtfutfng to accept the scheme of aolrfiera' re-etiabllahment put forward by the Dominion command. RED PLOT DISCOVERED PlIlLABBLPHIA, Nov. Discoverr ofa, "red" plot lo slay offl- cinls with mailed was announced by Super- intendent of Police James Robinson. Adam.Beck it ualng a third party ac go-between. if will involve acorea af mllJIom of dol- lars and probably Include the pur- chase ol. the. .Toronto Electric LFght company and the Toronto Railway company by the city. The consummation of this deal prob- ably will be followed by the ac- quisition of the Dominion Power and TranamluTon company by the city, together with ill Its aubald- Tary companies. It Is known that Sir Adam Beck forward to day when the llnei and planti of will be pub- licly', owned, -but ft can.not stated potitiveTy that they are at preterit embraced by the Import- pint negotiations now In progress." BERLIN, Xov. decid- ed upou unrtstrictej submarine war- faro In spite of warninss that such n. step would bring the Unlied States into the nar as a decisive factor. T.-aa proved today by reports read at ILe Inquiry inlo war responsibility being conductcil by ;i sub-committee of the national assembly. Field .Marshal von Hlndcnburg ,was the leading witness of tho day, but. Ms testimony was scarcely more ln- lercEllng than that of Gen. LudendorC and seemed even less important thnu the reading of reports by Dr. IJelri- jrich -Albert, of staia land former commercial attache al the I Gorman embassy in Washington.' A report which. Dr. Albert made iii 11316 to the German government, read "today, gave clear warning of Iho feel: n ii 111 i louay, gavo ciear warning 01 ino icei- New Soulk Wales Especially is iUK lhe Uniteil slates, of Badly. FanrtetS etllciency, of her financial ppwcra Are Roiaed LON'HON'. Xor. cs- New South Is suUer- ry, eveu the drought ol Lelngf surpassed, according to a Sydney dis- patch lo Ihc Dally Mall.. and ot her intense leanings toward" the entente and declared CUBB of-Amt-rlca's participation neutral n.S- Eions would Eido America; tbo psychological effect would bo felt at once; it would he n. national mis for- rSlock and crops have bee'u destroyed and it Is doubtful whether there will DQ enough seed vlicat for next seas- on's moving. Huhrtreds, parhapB thousands, of settlers 1iavo'; heen- ruin.- ed-'. Northwestern New S.outb AVklos Dr. Albert asserted before tbal lue United Stales would raise several army "corps and Lhat she lyould ener-- geticilly support the allies' with huge loans.' Bernrtorff Not Liked" llelationa between tho-German cdmmaud and Count yon former Gerian.n eoibassadi-r Lo thd Gqal Must Be Provided HANDLEY-PAGE CO. WILL ESTABLISH AIR SERVICE IN SOUTH AMEBICA BUENOS A1I1ES. Nor. senlRlives of Uie Flandky-I'anc coin- rary.just Brrived here (rora Knglaml announced Iho Intention ol tho com- pany lo establish ntrplanc passenger service "between Buenos ''Alrca and points on Ihe easl coast. Government is Making Plans For Administration of Forty Million Soldier Relief Fund This Winter SWITZERLAND JOINS LEAGUE OF NATIONS BERNE, Nov. adhnlon to the IttfUie erf voted by thi ftwlM natlgnal council vote .after eight dayt of debate, the count being 124 fn favor ef (hli country Joining league to 45 OTTAWA, Nov. .T. A. Col- der, mfnistcr uf tmmkgrallou and colonisation, lias gone lo Xew York and Atlantic City nnd It Is nndcr- clood he v.-ill sec Sir Robert. Harden In regard Important government tusfncgs beforo reluming to tha capi- tal. Ono of Iho most Important matters which Ihc minister ol Immigration has In bnnd at Iho present Umc (s Ihc manner of Iho ndmlnislralton of Ific SlO.GCO.OOCi voted hy parllatnnnl for thiy relief ot returned soldiers during lUie Winter monlhs. When the inonby was Tolcd the delails were left to Ihc government lo work out. Including necessary rtilea and tho conditions IT hi oh money vlll.be paid lo any ono person, Iho length .of time II will be', paid and so forth, Mr. Colder staled In tho house U waa the Inlenllon of tho Kovdrnmeiil (P liavo n centrftl authority iic suggested Ibat H n'outd bo lo liave provincial boards of adminls trnllnji na well as local boards In all tho -larger1 centres of populalion lo deal wllh necessitous cases. .Tho government la consulting the soldiers' organizations In regard to tho heat, plan to' be ndopled lo rleal with hardships which arise Iho" Winter no Idlers duo to Illness or lack of employment. Although was the amount voted by parliament, thfs does not nc- ceEsarlly mean Hint Iho expenditure will bo limited slrlclly to thai Bum. Dui'lng coBsldertllon ot (no vote In parliament It wan definitely stated by the minister that should the circum- stances warrant euch oct'on, Any fur- ther nmount required could ho pro- vided tor by" war- rani and Approved by parilirncnt nl next R 09 s Ion, A definite nnnoiirtccrafent (p the government's J'lari lo be ID Ihc near future. By Moving (o Alberia if Award of ConciliaMon Board is Enforced SYDNEY, N.S., Nov. the award of the Mtnlo concilia- -tjon boarrf It worse than nothing and that there will be a strike at that colliery within 48 hours from time of recetpt of the finding, unleM the company EC tiles tho dlipute in the is the statement made by United Mine WorkeiV headquarters at Bay. The ffndlng of the botrd, which waa over by Chief -Jua- lice H, A. McKeown, of New Brunswick, was received by the executive of district 25 yester- day. "The majority report provides for an Increasfl of one per ptr box of coal mined. The min- ority report declarei for the 10 per cent, advance aiked by the caid J. C, McLachlln, the district Mcretary, The men ashed for a 10 cenl. Increase and they ,ire get- ing about-60 box now would havr mednt nn m- creave of-about tU cents a box, he added. It Will not be an ordinary rtriXe, will be no loafing about of UMmpfojed tinkers, according to tne Mlnto (ciders. The minute the ptriks called the men will be provided with tranaportatlcn and full facilities for the Journey to for alt have by int United Mi no "if It comet tcr a atrlker we In- ttnd to rnaks 4 clean Job of McLaihlin, in con- Sends Warning Miners and Operators b'y Two Parties Negotiating WASEI1NGTON, Nov. Speaking Iho authority ol President'. Wil- son's cabinet, Fuel Administrator Gar- tcld told representatives ol tlic hi- uminous coal operators and miners icre- today that "Ihe people' ot Ihc Untied Stales need anil, must have? will hare and as lout as Iho government slands they ivill not.be ircvcnlcd from getting It "by anything ;he operators or miners may do." Gurfield explained IhiiL-hia ppsc iraa to (urnisL the conference Iho data wliicji lie would use In dclcrrninlng whal-wflgo ndvancfs, IT any, agreed to br the operalors and miners could bt' borne properly by Iho public. Scale commlllccs of .bituminous and operators In Iho ccnlrM compclitlTO field ivcnt into [odny lo needfato a con- tract aflcr Federal Fuel Administrator Uarflcld had urgca .upon Ihum.'lliB necessity for adjusting their dlffer- cncc3 Rnd Iho coal Ihe country needs. Immedlatsly after Convening, Ihc anil .llie miners decided -lo con 1 1 nu c (heir negotiation.1) through- n aub committee ol c'ghl from side. Cut Off Non-esstnlial Supplies DUUITM, Minn., XOV. All sup piles of liUumluoua coal from ific mines at the head of Ihc to'liv-' dii3triC3 In Duluih and SuTierlor. arid nrluslri.es over Iho northwest .rcsanl- ed an non-essenlJal arc cul off under in order issued Ihls morning by E. Uripham, chairman of tho coal dfs- Irlbulion arwl II. Orov- crrnan, of Ihc federal fxial r.cl minis- Iratlon. -Won't Enforce Embargo' VltiTOIUA, D.C., Nov. inllma- tton lhat Ihc federal aulhorltkg will not enforce ihe embargo rcslrlcllons lipon the export of coftl couvcr. Island m'nes ei- lenl as would Jeopardies the" largo eiport market which Ihe rnlnlnj cerni hftTC built up, Is .conreycd ,by Hon. William Sloan, minister of mines, In a telegcftnl whtch 're- ing'Ihelr" cadence. Wheii Von Nindcnburg and dorff, declined fo appear at the artejv-' nooa 'session of the an indefinite .adiournment- .'was'-.'taken. but it was Indicated the former would he recalled -to give lestlniony at llie' ijciit sitllng. '_ Wednesday Is a Lolidar and tlic na- lonal assembly will 'not mett unlil Thursday. Tho field marshal "and" Is chief aide during (he war rodci o the relchslag building 'behind n- quad of newlj' organized Berlin arj' il-groomed Horses. Along Ihe. rcaidcnco of Dr. Karl IJeli- crlch, former 'German vicc-clianccl- or, Ibcre was a cordon of gunrds and machine guns were placed n the windowi of buildings at is points. Hlndenburg Still Admired A bllzz.arcl prevailed during Ihc day and the heavy snow limited Ihe L umber of pcrsbni witnessing the 'pro- cession. Yet the guards had :ulty in holding.enthusiastic admirera. >f the generals, back. It was observed tbat eren for- mer emperor, in his frequent ridea.lo lerlin, was nercr glvtn the armed prelection wbtch today was mobilized !or Ihc benefit of Ifce former army leaders. The relchslag building waa j icdged abouL with n-double cordon ot J armed guards and Ihc public was hot i pttrmllled to approach within i rardi ot the building, Shipment Will Made This Week To Test Out the Market iiorac meat for l ceived from Hon. S. F. Tolmlo, federal minister of agriculture. Won't Curtail CHICAaO, N6T, will no drastic general r.nrUllraent of Iraln Bcrvlco in Iho United Stales at. ths present (ImO, rteapUe the seriousness of the coal problem, anapucco- Nov. IS. Kuropcan sen market Is Lo be n real facl. and a Irlal shipmciiL iwill- bo made -'tills. week. This announcement was marie nt lllo wcBlcrn llvcilock mebllng' lu Victoria, v.'hicli II, A. Craig arid S. O. Carlyle have just returned. Ttio authority for It ivas H; Arkell, live- stock commissioner for Ihe t'overnraent. A ferf Eclccttyl horses from aonthem AlbcrCa farms arc to bo killed, and Ihclr meal boned and canned for ship-. ment to Europe br a private meil- packing concern, according lo, Mr. Ar- SfeH. It Is lo be merely by war of 'eaX perlnient, and upon results both here and at Ihe other end will .deperfd whether' or not n permanent tween Alberln Rtid the horse-emtlnf mflrkela of the old world will M, rtt-. reloptd. rr.cnt was hiade last nlgfa a< ta< clusfon of meeting attvifdeil by W. D. Illncs, director-general .of regional thi rallroaJ ;