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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE Tim LETHBRIlXiE UEPAIJ) KILLED AT START OF FLIGHT Lieut. R. M. Douglas, pilot (In mafti) and Lieut. J. S. L. Ross, navigator, the Australiati entrants In the flight from London to Australia for prize. wore kilkA at Surblton, coar shortly liey their joumey. KRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919 EW YORK. Not. Prinro of 1 Teles the last tall day of his visit to Xew York wllh a trip to the praye of Theodore llooieveli at OjsleT Bay. The Prince carried s wreath, to place on tho lale ciprcsi- he will be the guest dent's This at a dinner at the Pilgrims Society ;il which Chauncer U. Depew" will pre- NOT. searching for William Car- lisle, notorious Wyoming bicilil, ap- pareutly had a hopeless task in iheir search today through (ho country arouiyl MeJlcIno Bow and ihe Ked desert In the vicinity o[ Wnnisuller Ho was reported in Casper Wednes- day ulght and, again yesterday, but Casper officers been unablo lo Mile. A brier visit lo the Hippodrome. Eet results In a thorough search o( and a reception at the 7th lU'g-meui Ihe city. armory, arranged by Mr, rail 1 There no leasenlcp ot preparft- Rodman will complete (Hon 'he Union Pacific Hailruad lo Ihe day's events. i urevc-ut n rcpeiiilon ot. the robbery Tomorrow Ilia Prince will end his lo (he United States, sailing on Renown for Halifax, Sir Kobert Uorden will accompany him. over the' matter, lie has written a book and set before (he public the Does Not Come Up lo Mental Piclurc Most People Had Formed of Him .he public to form iis own opinion. Jellicoe mads that decision in two minutes ID Ihe lieat of battle. the official dlnuer on Saturday night at Ifee Empress Hotel an effort was made to have Admiral Jellicoe delirert an adtlress, but he Elmply remarked that Ihu only thing he was well versed in to talk about was the navy, and as he was not allowed lo talk about it, he would say nothing. (Victoria B.C. People, who hare hsen privileged lo gaze Admiral Viscount Jel- llcoe have keen a liille disappointed. The disappoint me at has resulted from ihe gal'anl sailor failing lo ful- fil Ihe mind-pictures which hud btezi made oC hvai. Very few Victorians hasl previously seen the admiral, bat from the numerous pictures of him published since he Hashed into the of world-wide afralrs at toe outbreak of the GreaL everyone fashioned their own picture of this great man, anri everyone raade him a, man o[ good stature, tall, broad aiid solid. liut Ihe leal JellicoB is entirely different. He is a small man, of similar stature to Lhe famous Jap- STiese" sailor. Admiral Togo. The sis Terrs of. ribbons, of macy colors and many distinguished orders and services, entirely his left breast Like all Email men Admiral .Jellicoe is very active and mores iirUn 'rapidity. In cro-Sains the on Saturday afternoon to greet vlbe many visitors who call-! .'ed .tp .present their ajraplirnenls, .admiral-stepped with great "alacrity, Jellicoe is a very i and one can reason for and leaves DR.' ROBERT A. STEVENSON IS. WINNIPEG, Nov. 21. United of Tuesday night, when Carlisle- en- tered a lourist rar on the Los Augriea Limited, relieved the passengers of and disappeared aruld a shower of bullets from Ihe iraiti guards nnd passengers.- Uallro-iJ ofllcials are confident that Carlisle will attempt another robbery. .WAITING THEIR TURN AT THE VACCINE NEEDLE AT TORONTO The ahoTO picture shows a section o; the crcal crovril, which stretched from lho James street door of ILu City Hall for over a block-north, Hoed up -walling 10 into tho vaccination clinics, wliero lho doctors handled WO flu iiour. t URGE DISARMAMENT FOR DENMARK COFKNIJAGEX, Xov. strong pica for immediate disarmament, the labolillou, ot conscription and dlsmen- jtlemeut at fortifications of Copen- __ was made1 by Dr. Peter Munch, Stales 'cSSTressman HamHn. ltho, of, Jn a Stpeec1' of New Jersey, here lo adoress ilia ou the budEet !a the Dominlou-wlde Ukrainian declarcd1 coul? tonight, todny condemned the action In an aj' of (he United Stales senate in he lho nwmteuance ol Ing lh" I-TV- prt> sent condll 'ona would bo coulraiy the United he "favor a league of nations. The ilif- ficalty has been to retain the con- slit uilonal authority of the the spirit of the league or nations. NEW ZEALAND SAILS FOR HALIFAX VIA PANAMA men.. Although the senate has VANCOUVER. Nov. 19.-Tho bat- jeeted the treaty; the mailer has not' cruiser which has been settled and 1 believe that at the! m lhc harhor since Saturday. nezt regular session of the senate n: w111 sait lhl3 at 3.30 o clocl: compromiEe will be reached between; 'or Ilalllax Tia F.inama Canal, Lhe diLfercnt grouns of the senate and lho .eastern port Admiral Jellicoe TV the treaty wlll'te ratified with a few asam board (he cruiser, which vr mild rcsDrvatlons. 1 do 'noi. him 'lcrO5s lhc Atlanllc on tho thai the United States after having Iasl ot his Empire-wide tour. MUST AID DESTI'TUTE CHILDREN, SAVS POPE ROME, Xov. document about lo be issued by the pope call- ing tho attention of Ihe world to Lhe necessity for aiding chil dren of all nalions recently engaged In the war. Jt is cipected llit will contribute a. considerable aum of money Eor starling the work. Tho pope has already organized ai Mouut Mario, near RoniCj, a home-lor tuber- cular children. made contributions of. men and money toivard securing victory should pro- elude herself from the .benefits." A. prominent Toronto physician. APPLY SYSTEM HAMILTON, Ont, Nor. Adam Zimmerman, collector of customs for the port ot Hamilton, died at home here early this morning after a few weeks' illness. and a native of ania. For fiTe" years he was. the ederal Liberal rnemoer for WestHam- Koa. lie' also sorted oil school boards nd license board's. He established a tailoring uusiness here. ilr. Zimmerman was a Mason. his widow, he-is survived "by Ily uridersLand why Ihe men in Trantpo rial ion Ministry To Be navy-had.-Ihe greatest confidence in him _ Grand Fleet, JooieiJ upon fay lie sailors 'as Lhe'-'fjnesl, kindest and greatest 'admiral they have ever had. Ilrillsh sailors Admiral Jellicoe .is modesL and lias little .to lle'is greater. a man who has faced asks, eaperlenced greater and performed higher .'duties than any other living man, yet he maintains a jctlccut tongue. He has criUcized by ihe men who'.foagLit the battles ot the war Inj.ihp- safe precincis of ann- clialrs Jlany have takeu him IbMask'over his manoeuvre In the" Battle, of Jutland, when he form- red his'-tattle Ifne on the "port wmg cblomn. The Admiral hai retrained from entering into a conlroTersy The Examination for Registration of Nones In ol AJberti will be held on IN '.EDMONTON AT THE UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS AND. IN CALGARY AT THE GENERAL HOSPITAL These wiH consist of written practical ciamlaalloos. Ap- plication, must be made on or before to the negia- Irar oC the University ot "Al- berta, 'Bdmonlon. Naraes al- other prcn-- Inccs-or slates JlJtc re- qulremenlt -with the Province ol Alberti, may register on appli- cation and payment of-lee with- out examination. .These appli- cations, must also be roadp to the Registrar o[ the perfected. BERLTX. Oct. new transport all oa ministry under Minister Bell went into today not later than April 1, 1921, all riven, land and water iransportalion _ol Germany will be combined under EOYErriment, control. Minister Bell will have charge of ery detail and feature of the com- plicated system. The chlel problem will be the basic capital of marks and personnel of about a million man. How this shall he done will he decided by committee with members'from all In- dividual stales that hftherlo have had railroad systems. First, (hey will sell to financial matters, so that each, slate gets its share and Ihcn to fit Lbo cm i and officials into the new na tional system. The Eovernraoal will hare direct conference with the employes' or caniiatious. Combining the water connections vrlth the railroads ED ther.R may be a maximum of economy and co-opera lion i a another problem. Airship and motor car problems will be part of the new Iransporta lion ministry. The airplane air tor traffic will be" absorbed by tinuporlaticc system. nd Alex, of Ibis city, and one (laugh- er, Mrs. Hush Ottawa. LABOR SUPPORT BRUSSELS; NOT. Support lo all democratic elements in parliament iy the labor party for the realizaliou of constitutional revision and the in- auguration of a democratic program Eons, Otto, of U. F, A. BUYS SCREENINGS TORONTO, Nor. The board commerce Lhis morning look up lho of Uie prlCc ol grain oltals, He was 67 years old {etc., used for cattle feed. One wit- Ilarrisburg, Pennsyl- 1 John Henderson, o( Winnipeg. saitl that were being ship- ped by mills lo the Untied Slates that should be sold pu'tlie open market In Canada. He said the United Farmers' Association liad laade purchases from tons of scree-ninga the Unlled Slates B.C., WINNIPEG, Nov. n nerd ot reindeer overland -from Alaska to tlio west coast of Hudson Day, Ihrough' a country difficult o! passage and largely unexplored is ii fealure of the scheme under which Ibo' North American. Reindeer company, ivhlcn, lias but recently secured from the Canadian government a permit to use for grazing square miles of land norlh of the Churchill: river. The capilaliiation of. the com-! pany is the annual rental; to tw paid Is j E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank GUY VICTORY BONDS VILLA'S RIGHT HAND MAN IS CAPTURED CITY, Nov. An-i geles, chief '.lieutenant of Francisco Villa, hsc been, captured hy state ml- i lltia. coaimanded by Gen. Olivo, being taken prisoner today at Ville Olivo, near the Concacs rlvar. In Chihuahua. He OECortctl under heavy guard to Tamil, where he will be iritd by court-martial. one mill of'350pO ti at a ton. -Ou' t (he' Ion price was to ton. IN'DEFENCE OF WOODSWORTH WlNXlrECJ, Nov. labor de- fense league in an effort to combat lite charge against J. S. Woods worth for alleged EDdiikms laugusge at Sun- day's labor metling will canvass all persons who attended the. meeting. Officials of the league said.today that RUMANIANS WANT BELA KUN PARIS, Nov. from Bucharest say that the Rumanians are preparing to demand the extradition of Bela Kun on the ground that he Is a nativo of Transylvania there- fore ,aL tho present lime- a Rumanian citizen. It fs proposed to brlns a specific criminal charjje against Knn, I accusing him 'of Irregularities while d'jeclor o[ Ibe.-Trorkmen's sick Insur- ance fund In 1914, the dispatches add. A farmer near BrooXs, received a revenue of from 12 acres of alfalfa land. He recently threshed his crop alfalfa and got 11 bushels o the acre. The seed Is Trorlh S5 cents a pound and every pound can be sold In the district. as pledged In resolutions passed byja will be drcuJated cbnlra- large majority at a Socialist meet-'dieting statements reported In the Ing here yesterday. The resolutions uggested that the program be dls- QSsed before a new cabinet Is chos- en and tha Socialist congress, which l meet NOT. 30, will decide on IhU local press. The petition, it is claimed, will be presented as eridence for the. defense. question. ISSUE NEW STOCK II A.M BURG, Nov. 20 a Ham burg-American Line is forced to Issue a new Ijlock of preferred stockilo counteract the threatening imminent ascendancy of foreign influence "among shareholders In view of the smuggl- ing of securities alleged (o IHJ going on and ability of neutrals lo acquire stock at advanageous terms, owing to ilie depreciation in the value of the mirk, it was learned here today. D'ANNUNZIO'S CANDIDATE IS CHOICE OF FlUME FIUMH3, Nov. der Lulgl Rlzzo haa been elected to represent Flume In the Italian cham- ber, receiving votea. Commander Rlzzo, who Is well- known for his daring exploit during the war which" resulted !n the sinking of two AuElrlan battleships cH the Dalmatian coast, Is one of the sup- porters of Gabrlele d'Annunzto. When