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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yOLUMEXII. LETHBR1DGEK ALBERTA.; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1919 NUMBEH291 Northern Manufacturing and Adriatic Towns Centres of Move for Uprisings TITTONI, FOREIGN .MINISTER, RESIGNS 110MB, Nov. for uprls ings In various parts of Italy, especial ly In some of the large northern manu faclurlng towns fltid along tho Adriatic coast of Italy, ]iavc been found on Lh' persons of men arrested recently. Premier N'ilti, walchlng carefully al (he move meats of Gubriclo d1 An nun zio and his followers, has succeeded in elicck'xiE Uiolr itilrigucs and discover Ing p'ols by which, lliey intended l arrival was IEFUSE -r (Conllikucil on Kinetcen Year Old Boy Slrays An Old Working iind Was Overcome Into Chicago Gathering lo' Xame Presidenlial Candidate-Hears How it Can Secured Until Settlement Reached On New Wage Plants Tied Up RACTICALLY ALL UNION ARE STILL IDLE On the left Ui'o has. caught ll llie Provincial Secretary, of her Anaa, age tin, and Jack Corssjn', '.There Is" Kath'arrn 'Alice, who borfi' laal-julyr On Is Provincial Secretary, elowi shown (he family home .it SC. George. i CHICAGO, .Xov. Industrial ilanU all over the coa- Inued to close down today, fuel sup- illes t'o public utilities vrcrc curtailed urlhor and regional committees ad. Individuals to save coal llic Latlon-wtdo strike of bituminous mlri irs entered. Its 2 Uli day. Tbe only arge producing centre reporting mprovemeht during the past 2i hours was West Virginia, where the output Q the non-union fields of the southern pirt of the state was said by toe opcr a Lor i tp normal. The operators also asserted ibat additional organizes mines In the Xcw River and Kana district In, that state were expect ed lo ope- today. ID the fir eat bituminous fields o Pennsylvania, Onto, Indfaaa anJ Illin ola the miners apparently .were-deter rained to remain Idle until'a settle ment of the controversy over wage and hours ia reached' by the confer ol operators an'yo.. Nor. coal'Tnlfie Shfajda field whert' I! miners filled to for work. Final Signature of the Now Till December 1 COUNTESS MAHKIEVICZ Shltt Fein mciubor ot Urillsh I'ar- mcnt, -ivlio niav lako licr feat lo )reslall Lady AEUJT as Thai is Opinion in ern of Uolsheviki is Viewed Alarm JAPAN MAY MAKE NEW PROPOSAL TO THE ALLIES FOR GALE SEASON Steamer Myron Founders Crew Couldn't Be Taken Off May Be Saved SAULT STE. M Alt Midi., Xov. persons comprising the crew of tbe steamer Myron ore believ- ed tonight to have been added to the list oE victims of Lafce Superior's fury of the last two weeks. Caught In a .erritic northwester, Ihe Myron foun- dered a TiiHe and a haU off White Fish Point last night and early today sank in four fathoms of water. Putiic efforts were ma'de' by two eleaniers to Ihrow Alines 'to llic men c.ihRiiig" lo the (tie sea, however, of en not hold the safety steamers, fero com- TOKIOr Nov. opinion is growing In Japanese army cir- clet that the retreat of Admiral Kolchak And the Increasing as- cendancy of the Dolshcviki in Si- beria are eo menacing thai Japan cannot remain Indifferent, the .Jaja" Shlmpo says. Therefore, Japan, the may make a new proposal to the pow- ers regarding the Siberian preb-; lem and-likewise strengthen the Japanese forces in Siberia. Bolihics Claim Advances LONDON, Xov. ad- vances against (Jen. Den i kino and Ad- miral Kolcnak's forces nrc .cjninicd iu ttic Res elan soviet communique re- ceived by wireless today. Tho Ilolshe-' viki sire to be fast annrpach- ng Tsarltzyn, on the lower Volga. They port the capture nearly 500 pris- oners in the rcflon'nf Tsafed'-and POO. n tho vicinity of Omsk. Three rfouMT ,irwy arc enlUled lo Intresjed prices bee Jure of IHa propowd'll wages, WMHam 0. McAdoo, ef ircWurjr, declared today In a telegram to Fuel Admlnlitrator airfield. profltl, by their Income Ux ntumi examlrted by htm M tiry of th; treasury In 191B> he ixld, ihowtd on tleck ranging from ,15 to per cenl. "I ant convinced that tttf wife In- promoted1 for the mine vrork'rs are Jyit he they havo acquired In What Do Hum I'AlllS, Nov. "Wlial Io nlficancc of Ihc departure of Ilcrr von n lor ash a Ihc evening criJtfon of tho Prcssc'dc Paris, "The reasons alleged by Ihc German diplo- mat arc by no means concluilvc. Why ,ihonld It he necessary, lo conBull tho national flssDmlly on Ihc lermn ot tho which have hccn knonil since the bcKinnlns ot tho monlh? muBl be, continues the Press, manoeuvre of Clcrmiimj' VhMng to exploit Ihc United, HUtea sennle'a hesitation, liut such a condemned to failure In advance iac the ndpreme counclfli about 16 me'ei But Sir John AlnlTclU Another Story TORONTO, Kov. refer- fdco lo small salaries paid bank clerk ,ntl bank messengers Irt.l.Sli city nnil recent chargo ny an offlc'al of (he Wallers' Union that banV clerks and i were supple men ting Ibclr par acting as ivallerd at banquets AL night, Sir John Alrdyan unidentified steamer." Parly of Six L-: Against-: Irish' Republic >ViU YICKERS -LAUNCHING SEASON IS CLOSED t MONTREAL, Nov. Ihc launching'of Ihc Canadian Planter, of Ions, on Saturday afternoon, the Canadian Ylckerfl, Limited, ciosed Ihelr launching seaaon -lor this year, this being the.seventh ship turned out from Ihelr yards at Malssoncuvc, with A total cargo-lonnago of approxlmatc- 7 During the coming season, Canadian Vlckcrs, Limited, have under construe- Ion six .cargo si cam era of the four of which arc for the pbvcrrimonl iricrchant mar- .no and two for' Norwegian interests. Theso-Vessels will he launched flur- KOV MUTILATED STOCK; HAD NEVER ATTENDED SCHOOL BATIRIK, Onl, Nov. William ownest 14-year-old .ion of James .pleaded guilty, before Judgfl Vance on several charges ot mnlllillng Durng September and Oclo- bfer a number ot farmers at conatder- able distances ftparl vest ilAe of the township Had aererely Incliideil -from Ihe effctlfl, and a heifer, which IX-L onlr had a MX xash In HE wreral Inches, cut oft LhA end ijf her the mMlT. It devel -thiit he hW seldom been to Rctibol Md had lUtMrcdicfttton. Ha waa.ient (o tbo Idduslrla] (or la InifcftnUo ftl.iihed a kntte, number of calree which TAKESTOLLOF28 Three Hundred on Second Flooi of Frame Others Injured VILUA PIiATTB, I.a.. Xov. all pfranns in Iho building afthr lltno accounted for.the complete today ol those who lost their llrcs. In the danrc hall fire Friday night was placed at 2S, Alioul 300 porsoiia wore guests al a dance on the second floor pi the ;wo-aiorey frame building and In adtil- lion lo the heavy death toll urores were badly burned or. seriously hurt In the mad rush to escape through one DELACROIX CALLED riRUSSELS, Xov. kins has Invited M. Ltelacrolr, the pres- ent premier, (o form K cabinet.' Tho new ministry, It Is believed, will bo.a'cotmion one, In which have a pirl.- CLEMENCEAU RETIRES' Tb COTTAGE' 4 PARIS', Xov; Clemenoeiu biairenled at St... Vendee', V amall iwll- botiic on tho seashore, _ i -__ 4 f, t 'where lw lo rest and 4 A work-In lolKuiJp, according (d the IVcise de Tafls. ft DKI.EAST, Nov. .SI.P. for Smith. accompanied by V deputation ol sir1 prominent clergymen, rcpresentiiiK various' churches in Ireland, nailed for Amer- ica yesterday from Ijiverpool for tbc 'purpose of, ''putting, hefore tbeir chlirclies in Anierica the true position and'llic dangers' whicli threaten'thoir. In Ireland by llio. adoption' of the Sinn -Fein program." Tho party comprises: Prcsuytcf-' ana. Rev. Wylle Blue and the rtev.: William Corker; Methodists', iii'e ilev- erends P. llarl, IMward IlBzcllon .'and W. Magutre; Episcopalian, tile Rev., Louis Crooks. All tliese clergymen officially TCP- resent their reEpccllve denominations, yhlcli number anproiimately I'roleslanli. The. Protestants comprise .some home ;ui agreed on'opposing Ihe'pla'n Tor' n independent republic.1 Tha delegates will not conlinc their attention lo the'Ulster question; biil will case ol Inn Protestant minority IbroushouL Ireland, which Includes .a. great number of heads ctl professions and industries, NO MORE LIBERATION OF IRISH PRISONERS FOR HUNGER STRIKES DUBLIN, Nov. no WIB given here, today'thit no more will bt. conditionally or unconrfitknjlly, for hunger and that, huft- ger mutt themtflvtl be the of their ictt. It an nounced that there would .Be prlton treatment -given iny'prlMner con- vlcled under the Defenx oi Ihe Realm Act, Thli notice It regard, ed very Krioufly in Irlth political circlet. narrow exit. Of the dead 14 were CURRIE WANTS SOLDIERS TO TAKE Ul' POLITICS crushed when the Icrror-Mrirkcn crowd rushed for Ihz stairway IcarlliiK to the street and which collapsed, cutting off Ihe es- tjapc of The remaining four- teen wcro caucht on the Eccotnl, floor many of their bodies were so btd- I) charred as (o mtkc Identlnratton tllfficull. The survivors escaped IhrouRh windows by-jumping lo tne streets or an adjoining roof. The nro was naid to have started from the ex- of an ol] stove on 12- year-old boy was making roffee In'lhe storeroom beneath the rlancen. Cool heads prevented a. panic In a..moving picture theatre also located on the grounrl floor of the structure. WOODSTOCK FARMER KILLED WOODSTOCK. Onl., Nov, 23.' David ShllllnglOTj, a..promInent-younR farmer living east of llarlej vlll'Ee. la dead following Inluries when ha win drnnn Inlo (ho rtyivhcel nt a p.neinn. I TORONTO, NOT. Conserv- ative 'party at the pmonl' time is Itadcrless and; Is laoklcx lo the rc- (UrrKyJ soWlers to fumiBh' declared Col. J. A. Curric, M.P., for XorUi Slmcoc, In an wldress at th6 People's .Korum hero S-.inda7. "Tha soldiers should nlly them-'. with one of the old he iddcd. "If that parly Is not the Constrraltve, Ihen I am going lo Join Ihe soldiers' FREDERICTOX, N.B., Nov.' o( Ihe. Mlnlo Ccal j company's for lo- day has befn Ihroiifh Ihe inlerfcnllon ol Ihe labor department Oliawa. 4 4 ;