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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ,.VOLUME XIL LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA, ..FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1910 NUMBER 289 Formal Ratification of Peace Set For Dec. 1 Clemenceau For French President Vivian! Says He Will Be Given That Foal in January When He Gives up Premiership WILL NOT OPPOSE UESCHANEL FOR PREMIERSHIP j I'ARIS, Nov. by a representative of tho newepaiiur Oeuvra relative to the political situa- Hon. Tloni} Vlvlanl, former premier, has j Btntel that Premier Clemenceau remain In bis present office imlll Jan-1 uary and Ihbn will become president I of Ihe republic M. Vlrlanl Is dueled j as -denying Intention to become' A candidate Mr the ureslJent of Ihe chamber la opposition to Paul Dei-1 clunel. i Wsnt Vlvlani as Premier 1'AHIS, N'ov. 21 Ik-no YJviajiI, for- mer premier. Is to Lc nsfcetl lo stand as a caadfilatp for the presidency" of; the new chamber of deputies against Paul Deschanel, who, It Is claimed by the memucra of tho Illghl and Cen- tre, shOTTcd a too Icnleni attitude to- ivarJ tbe extremists and other disturb- ers durlDg Lbt! sittings of the last chamber. The first Interpellnlton Lo come up In tha new charnbf will bo made by -M. Prpnre and ivJIl deal irllh Lhe Irai- sportallon and rnllroad crisis. ,Ttg elections of- former Premier Falnleve, Kcrdlcand Uiisaon', M. Lc- Paul Aubret nnd M. Hosier, questioned by the mem- bers of the recount ito technicalities and the chamber -will decide whether they are entitled lo leats. Paul Boncour, former minister of- labor. Id elated es leader of-the ex- tremlat party, Senator J'Dch> offerc.1 nomlniUiqa for senator. ID tho department Islerr, according lo tho'Prease Paris, which says he has accepted the nomination on condition Ihnt all par- ties will unite In supporting him. Moisture Down Three Feet; Good Outlook for 1920 of Southern Alberta are doing a little, quiet Inveillgatlng to for IhemMlvec what moli- tun mo that they may, make for next Wllilam A. Moort, of Baroni, one of the big wheat of that famous aec- tlon, made teat the other day. He picked ari ordinary looking hit poat hole auger, and found tharthe fa.l prectpitatlon had carried down three feet. This ii not to deep aa the molilure of but It la a great deal better than any- thing obtaining In the fait of either 1917 or 1918. The moHture thTa fall lias prob- ably not been BO evenly distribut- ed BS In times past owing to the drifting of the but all fielda have a good reierJe which augun well for the 1920 crop. Denikine Has Bulge OnPetlura Twenty Thousand Ukrainian Troops Go Over lo Anli- Bolsheylk Army Com- manded by (.ten. Denikine HOLSHEVJKI WOULD GIVE UP GULF OF FINLAND FLEET AS PEACE OFFER Allows 33 M Per Cent on High- er and 25'Per Cent on Low- 'er Coat Articles Of Treaty Guaranteeing France Against Unprovoked Attack By Germnay PARIS, Novi Pl- chon, French foreign mlnlttfrr, and Sir Eyre Crows, assistant under- secretary for foreign affairs of Great BriLnln, nfght. ex- changed of the treaty guaranteeing BrlLlah ajd to If, with out provocation, li attackad by Germany. Sir Eyra la tha of Oraat Irfoln In .the 'aL-prama council In of Prem- ier Ucyd Ovorga. _ announcament today of ratl- flcailon of tha trcity caused eon-' turpritt If had generally that Britain would ratify the treaty United 8UUt did Although tfwrty nrtl- ffod lilt nlgM tt until aJmllar trarty with Unlttd haa ratified. .-TOROXTO, Kov. Tbe1 toard ol Isspel an'order of agreement Wltli'local cloLhine deal- era, a. -.-prpllt of more Ihiu 33 per cent.'on salca ot ready-to-wea r: and parLlj rcady-to- clothlnf.'.'On less eipensivo jUlta cos Iho retailer-under. smaller pro: SS'jitcsBL'Biastniuin.'Ont ot profit tiie retailer must flalaries, etc., and 'for and olhbr Tho order .Into affect in To- ronto Dec. IS, and Ito board aayfl, "U hero good rftajon showa irby t ihould not jo mtxT'eftect out Trlllbecome Do- ra Inlon-wlde." The" order. IB signed >y Judje Vi'll50nr.W.-P. O'Connor and Chairman Foster. In the .aUlemenl rlren out today concerning this'order tie board snys: CO per. cent. 6t Iha ready-to- ear today coal lha retailer and under, so the''saving .to the fubMc ill be Inrgo. _'.' "The Toronto aectlon 'ot Ihs retail clotblecs and those outside It, who o agreed to In carry- ng out Ihe thua prepared to take A very aubalantlal reduction ol their rccc.pls. "The board of commerce ig engaged i a, bard frying to reduce the coat ol living. In Lb.rU stnigj-jlo theae Toronto merchanU hare gtren a very fine and patrlotto lead. It la a .o the mercbanta of other cltlea ID tfie Dominion. H 1i a lead for ereir cltai of "which mABUffcctDres or which detuHn BocenarlM of life." HOSTOV. jJusa.'a. _Vor. 'iliousand umii of ibc- GallL-laii army. -.loiLipoilnj; tlie left ol Simon Petlurji's corpa. which Ii-cludea tho WoKkaus and MiklLka Joint-J Gen. Deiiilciue's Ru-slaij ollicere will replace Lbe OBilcJan officers and Gallciaris v.-jtl be LranBf-jrred Lo aiiotber scc'.or on the front ot the volunteer army. Peltura'e Position Critical HELSIN'GFOHS. Nov. (ion ot Gen. Petlurn, who recently de- clarcd iJOElllUles asaloBL Gen. Deal- tine 1n south Russia, Is critical ted he is-rxjicctc-d to soon lay down Dla arm6, according to a dispatch, receiv- il here Irom Nikoleir, a city ahout 40 miles Irom Kherson. Bolihevlk Peace Offer .LONDON, Nor. F.BLhonian iega'.ion in London aseerlg that Jif. f.Uvinoff, the rfpresentatire ot Lhe Dolsheviki, who attended the DorpaL conTerence, told Llve of the press fit Dor pa L that the 3olshevibi were prepared to yield the Gulf of Finland fleet as a guarantee ol peace and. lo establish a neutral zone between Itussla. and lie border states.- iMALLPOX- OUTBREAK ntWTf'ALO, N.Y., NOT. 4 Hrioni outbreak of toallpoi in OoUrto, todar. thfi cltr. ban UaltM BUtet t to enforce atrlficenl retiUUanH aL all of -Elections Early in Jan. fc-J J Allies Will Proceed to Carry Peace Treaty into Effect Says Bonar Law of U. S. to Deposit Ratification Will Not Prevent Action by Associated Powers, Says British House Push League of Nations Also. PARIS, Nov. supreme council'today agreed upon December 1 as the date when the German peace treaty will be formally ratified.'. WILSON WILL REOPEN QUESTION IN CONGRESS WASHINGTON, Nov. WIlEon will take-up thi "Whole subject of the treaty of Versailles In hli men-go to Dec. 1, It was staled officially today at the White Home, Until then he will have nolhfng lo say conccrnlnu the aennte'a action In rejecting the When Premier Drnry look his seat al the Premier's dtsk after iflveslliure at Government House, a photographer took his. picture. Mr. Dniry looki very much al home in his new olfice. TORONTO, Nov. election! for Ontario ministers will be lie I'd on the poi- tlble date, Premier Drury tald yel- lerday. He figured that Dec. 29 would be the to tha time allowed, law, thought It would be inconvenient owing to the hollday'pcrTod.-Mr, Drury ado% ed tharit wouM W cafe to .aay that the woufd come ear- ly In the new year, certainly not before. Mr. Drury, while having two offered him, li likely lo run In Centra Slmcoe, where he may get an acclimation. Meiers, Raney arid Doherty probably will run Tn Dundas and North Essex, respectively. The other mlnlrters will run In the ridings which elected them In the. fait electron. Extend'Ji Free Shipment of Livestock "'__.______. EDMONTON, Noy. 21. for free iihipme'ih "oC tiock from dry ariai to feed imi extended lo Decembtr lit thlpment may now be from one point In a dry area to another point In the lame area.- Alt ippllcitlont for frets ahlp- TTicnts muit be received by tha Departrricnt of Agriculture, Ed- monton, on or hcforo Saturday, Nov. 29th, (Sgd.) DUNCAN MARSHALL, U.S. Mine Operators Qff In th> legislature. He inccBsslrely mlnlnter ot flnanca anil from 1893 to 1899; chlel commissioner of lands. -works, 1699 to IK'fl, and president of tha coun- cil from lo 1S10. In 1812, he waa elBdsd'Bret chancellor o( the Univer- sity of Brlllih Columbia. In 1913, tho Caaadlaa ;appolnlei1 htm flrit chairman of the harbor.boartl. Baltic States Will Open Negotiations With the Bolshies 9Y. mnd .Lithuania have "definitely dccldad to Join E it ho n la In Inviting tha Ruislan BoJihtvlkT <0 delagitlon lo Dorp at to negotia- It waa announced final Adjournment tvcnTng of lha laltlo itaUi cerifartnce with Bolthtvlk ovar the of p'rlwrurB, Tha to lovFet goV- will apeclfy Dec. ja tha date for tht.propmd tha innuunctmtnt rtatad, Bolahlei Crow .Nor. Jtolstiovlk e liere nays; "The BrJUsh; dJs- fetid fctttnipllog (p arranKa ft peace .n which Milai Rnaalft find IHiiala, AnroyB cm Tiiia fa the work ol Ike Rdu whtcb prepared grtund t6r dfpfomatlo Lhe hid drlret Ko.chak ensLwiTd, wluthwarrf, and Yuden.lcli Into 'tho th'rf Idea of iwgotlaftons wlLh lluilla be- can (o form In the ml Adi 6( be- lilered .ftlllea. lha. 'enlbule convener n conle'rencoi the ,neds will flnnlly Iha hlftck hundred imposUrf Abd the. enlsnta will face only Itwfnl Rnssltn gor- nnimenl, Ltiat of ibo WASHINGTON, Nev, 'tvmlnoua coal today aban- doned their demandi for A 30-hour Week and a 60 per cent. Jncretae 'In wagei. In a counter-propocal to tha operatora In, conference hers they tald they would' accept a 40 per cent, wage Increaae and a aeven-hour day. The proposal evoked a .spirited debate In the wage scaTe conventfon and It laid a decUlon would not prob- ably bs made at Ititt until' to- morrow. Thf operators have not Indicat- ed any wMllnflness to amend their offer of 15 cenU a ton and 20 per cent, for day wage labor, with the working at at p'reient. and an cc. WASIIIXOTON, v! BHumln- in the Old Coun- try Bat DelayH Mrll. Be AToided OQI coal mine operator! i erred what was pracllcally an "iHlrnnluirf on Iho COA! miners' reprewntallves hero to- tclllnp Ihcni tbal the otter yes- y of 16 cents a .Ion and 20 per. cenj.. day Increases was the ut- most thnL could bo given. The min- vent into a conference Immedl to conilder the offer. announced afttr the miners' conference broke up that no conclu- elon had been reached and Ihs situa- tion as it had been. Miners, he expUJiKKl, Torrid go Into the Joint KRaCti fhls afternoon without harlris derinita reapoaee to the opcr- ators1 oppoiei SeTiura at INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. Any allempL on the part or Lhe governors of.afntes affected bj -the. strlka .of bituminous coal miners to selta the "rnlneg would compHcalft the negotia- tions now under way between tho miners and operators al Wnshfngton, nnd for that reason Gorernor.Goorlcr- Icli of Indiana dots not fhvnr such a nl this ol the Inter-Stale Coal Operators' As- sociation, their spokesman, aald the central Held offer wan a liberal one d hope of Jta nccept- aa (u tha price of coal on Ihe baela of tho operators1 offer Indicated, It was Bald, that tho consuming nubile would lie asked to par Increases on Us acceptance or inmit a year additional Ha cofll. Coal lo Ectentlal Industrie! P1TTSBURG, Pa.. Nov. PHlsbuTg dlElrlct coal distributing cornmiUco of the United Stales rail- road administration proceeded on ROT- criimenL orders today lo ship coal to "essential" consumers only. Officials of Industrial concerns not classed as essential ylewfid the new order with apprehension and" Depressed Iho be- '.i Ibat final supplies to co-called non- OTTAWA, Nov. ot ills- may unong Canadian In. Ihe prospect of hiring their cheques handled from Canada were Bomswhat dJscounted by the, member of tha board of peniton Com- mission en who arc. now In OLUwa, There will bo ri reduction, or perhaps, almost toUl abolition o! the pension! At maintained ID Eng- land, iald Col. J, W. Marge son, bill I tern will be ho practicing of economy al Iho Aipensa of penifonern. At present Margeso'n The Indiana executive Ibis re- to n telegram Irocn Governor Ilnrtl- of Iowa, n-ho ibal Uio lind Major S. H- Cjfliline pen- alon cheques aro mado out ID plenty of lltno to reach Ihe pensioners In Knglnnd-by the (Int of (ho month, so that there need bo no dlBmay among 'pensioners who will receive the'r cheques'on lime, n (though they to be sent from Canada U the near future, i of producing stales imlto to aefzo the mines, Governor Gooder- icli aufgcBled (.hat It would -be bel- ler lo await Ihe outcome ol the con- Icrenco al Waablnfton heloro taking drasllc steps, Offer It Coatly r WASHINGTON, Nov. conHn nlrig they endeavor lo draw a contract IlisL will eel coal miners In the cen- tral .competitive field hack to work, operators and miners had before them today the offer. Of tlie operators to giTe (he- men a 15 cent Incrense a Ion lift piece workers In Ihe mines and 2i) par' cent, In wages lo rtny TVfirkers. Outlying operators who have been following Iho negotiations, confidently predict that the Agreement In Ihe cen- tral .field, II reached, would serve as for wage scale contracts af- ir F. W. i s, president LONDON, Nov. Inability.of Ihe United Sutel lives at Parli to deposit President Wilton's" ratification of tho German', treaty the tame time 11 thote of the other power, are filed will not prevent the allied asiocjaled powen from proceeding to carry treaty into Andrew Bonar Law. government leader. In Ihe house of common! today. In aniwer lo numerous questions regarding stilus ol the treaty ai a result of Ihe United States senate action. In aiwer In a question from Sir Donald MacLean, Mr. Law s tald: doubt Ihire will be no slackening In the determination of Grtst Britain to do all-in her power to take the lead in seeing the league of nations becomes an effective Instrument of human progreic. I trunk would be a mistake to assume that all possibility of btlp from Ihs L'nlijd States Is gone." essentlala would be cut off entirely. ROME; .Nor.. Tlllonl InBlala.on resigning from Md position as foreign mIn later, according Lo Iho Glornale d'lLalla, both for penpnal reasons and because? of Ill-hftalth. lie will become president of tho eenato, sajra the nawapapor, find Ihus there Is a possibility of a ministerial crlais and a reconstruction of Iho cablnel Leforo las' opening ot the chamber. Election Resultj ROME, Nov. others who fallcA of clecilon'lh the balloting last Sunday were Sijtoqr Commandlene, Tlepnbllcan, and Signer lloiilcclll, for- mer uiirter-sccrctary of the Interior In Ihe Orlando cabinet. Those who won their seati Include Romano Gatllnfe-Sluarl, head of Ihe propaganda bureau-hi the cabinet, and M. head of (he federatioti'. Ratification Date Dependi Referring lo the possibility or any Iteration in (he date of formal rati- fication of the which haa been tentatively fixed tor Dec. 1, Mr. Bonar iw scud: 7 "That must -depend f on whether liters Js a possibility In ul Uie Eenale at Id December." Asked how the" United 'Stales ponemenl would nffecl the'- llntted States-Francp-BrilBln "Air- 'undf Jlrf; (bat .that Thlcli'fias-ip far not betn-ratL- Itp'd by the Unhurt gcnt- also Uy Hitting cirrle'd py the United States, a'nollief which' might create pt af- fairs." Regret and regret, tempered by hope, on the ,6ns .baud, and oulspoken npproral qt Senator Lodge anil hi? the other, are tbo ouLstandlng no Lea: In Londoa newapaper comment' on the subject-of the United SLilns Rhnatfi's "acllon oa Ibe VerealHes peace trealy. The Dally 10 a. warm advocaie of tbo lengiio of nations and an'admirer of President Wilson, ex- presses Iho thought the sltuAJIon Js grave It la not dcgpcrate and looks forward to the, re-introduc- tion of the nillfiralfon resolution" wllh the hopo ihat Iha "ten'days botweon now and Lho next session will fraught wild Issues nomentotifl1 for Iho "Short though, the Inlerral the newapaper acids, "ll-wlll-bo long enough for the true will of America to assert Ilgplf and- enough' the opposing parlies In the a en ale to come to an agreement. The. .world will ftwait the decision with an anxiety It need not affect lo conceal. A' le'ague of nations with which America-la not associated would flhd its power and moral authority lamentably curtail- ed." "If this was the we should hare occasion for aculc "says the Express. "With th'e withdrawal of America, the legaue would have small Chance of survival an a preyentlve of ivar, we do not believe'lha Ideal- Ism which bronght America Into, tho war will allow (hat great republic." to leave llj work undone.; Wo regret these perilous delRys, but still hare confldonco In America anH.iho treaty." Denounce.League- Nov. Morning Post, In UB comments loday, Ihtnfa lhat the obrlous reason for the-aenata objecting to tho covenant of the league of nations was that "thero Ain- nrfca idll cltfzens who haro robust fnHh In thetr own nation fcnd.hearifell rrhle In. the freedom of tho United Btfllea." When they found their bent en transferring Ihefr right! And Indopcnflence rind lUbordlnattDg'