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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEH 2G, 1919 NUMBER 203 U.S. Goverranent Wil Offer Miners 25 Percent NEGOTIATIONS IN GOAL STRIKE ARE BREAKING DOWN Drastic Steps to Curtail Consumption Must be Taken is View in Cabinet'Has Been1 Working in Effort to Bring About Settlement, But Evidently the Attempt Has Been a Failure. WASHINGTON, 'Nov. national coal situation has reached a crisis, in llie view of officials here, and drastic steps to curtail consumption are in contemplation. It was said today that among other steps-an order prohibiting the manufacture of coke has been prepared. V DEFINITE STATEMENT COMING FROM CABINET WASHINGTON, Nov. deflnltg ind final statement on behalf of the government in the coal wage conlroverty will be made to the' mlnern today by Fuel Administrator. GarfJeld. Final declalon was reached by the cabinet at the. meeting today. Dr. Garfleld and Secretary Wllion laid. The fuel administrator called a .joint settlon of the operators and for 5 p-m. to the dcclt. Ion. Visitors Contemplated'by Huns HOME RULE BILL WILL SOON BE MADE KNOWN Plan is for Two Parliaments.- One for North and One for. South, With Senate Chosen From Silent Indicating Will Sinn Feiners Austen Chamberlain in Charge of Framing New Measure. GUESS AT NEW PROPOSAL- WASHINGTON, Nov. neither Dr. Garfir-Id nor members ot.trw cabinet would cay what the cabinet'! deciilon wai, it was re- ported that the fusl administra- tor had won his point for an tn- creaie-of, from 20 to 25 per cent in miners' wagei, at against the 31 per cent, proposed by Secre- tary Wilson and agreed to by the miners, (Dr. Garfleid'c to the mlneri and expect- ed to ba lomewhat.ln the nature of an ultimatum. The 20 to 25 per cent increiie wai underttaorf Eastern Oritario U. F. 0. And Plan Co-operation in' Political Field AMALGAMATION DISCUSSED OTTAWA, Nov. nit definite organliatlon wu formed, the meeting of the eastern United: of Ontario rnemben of the Teglilature, rtp re of the United'Farmers of Ontario of the cittern counties of Ontario, with the Independent Labor party, and .cadet ind labor council rep- here yerterday noon wai productive of greater of co-operation than had hitherto existed. Farmers, and labor men Their plant and found they pretty mwch -The far men .were In favor of toleration, wtifcH they would help both themtlevct and, the' cons and they tgainit of clatt (eg It I .it bout IhreY labor Were prcMnt, The merlIng wai called for dlicutsfon ef amalgamation and co-operation for political purpoMt and a wat patted vole- Inf In ttw Farmtr- Labor fovtrrimant at Toronto. site m com- to be acceptable to operctbn, but grave doubt WM as to whethBrthe mlnera would ap- prove It. After the cabinet meeting there wai Imprcs- alon.trirt the'bytntm'would be calltd upan to biiir practically ill of the proposed. 'vn.ge. but ofTlclali KWiK'eld- comment. Thui fir piirtloii tf thi mine that they coulf not .accept, anything than the original of the Cleveland convention for a M per cent Increiie Iri wigei and. a" Sp-tiour ap- proval of'that'c'enyentTen. .'Should Ihey hold meet- it might a final lj- of BiJUto. clilcls vlEitlnK over Lhe Ger man U-boat, The upper chiefs on dect.Tlie pictures a cliief going Profits Speaks Jn Favor Military Training at Memorial FT sen-ice r. fOn Ham, to Twenty Percent CROWD CHEERS EX-KAlfeER BKRLINY Nov. prcspncfe o[ Gen. Ludendurff, former first.quar- lor-masler general, in the, Imperial parliament.pew of.the Potsdam garri- son church during a'metii- orial service lor tell in haltlc, ,was the occasion for a strik- ing demonstration, Gen. LifJandbrft spofce.ol military .training as, an in- vigorating and essential education. One of the u a field grey .uniEorni, rose ai'.d ex- claimed: "When the.hour we all. (61 low 'y.'h'ere- ThiFtliere'waa At lie clos'e or Inc srrraon .the on among ttie cafelriet'-members as; preacher, .at the tomb 6[ -Frederick o what advanceslc6aL miners' should'the 'Great; sumriionrd the Congrega- rccelve appurad certain; 'though none1 tlori to unite In creating a. monarchy of.them were prepared to dlaciiss tho which would be supported by the'will Broken Up in Retreat From Gates of Eslhonia Now of bacon and.boned ham are limi- ted-to-a- margin of QTOU profit. of 20 per cent, with an additional two cents' a pound for alklng, un- der an orrferMaBUed by the board ;'of bearing dale of Nov. 24 and signed by the board of. bearing date of Nov.. 24 and signed, by all three of the .board. .The or-' der. contemplated ftrtirrE ip-. '_ pile I orrJaV; retail; kindi, cf'pork 'and "pork' s it .the .Which has to the re- tall en. ral who returned from ihe front Sunday. According to Col. Rlnk's-report, the lufislui. northwestern array 'was in a md condition durinB the-; felre'al fol- oiring.lhelaitlenipt on ecllpri was lett o to resist the "Bol- k. nlUcks." The Yuopnitch' troops ellred 'In dlsorder-'and. sought ectlon on Esthpnfan territory.-'Part f the 'Russian (roops, Tvilli solllcil south ot Nnrva. mailer. So far, (he only titBalts pro- ibial from gorerhment sourcei has been that-ma3e: by Secretary of Lab- the people- Gen. JiUdcndorlf was given an'ova- tion as he left the building nnd cheers LLOYD GEORGE WATCHES, PROHIBITION IN U.'S. or Wllion week tor an .Increase5 also were raised for former Emperor of 31 per tbe pay of miners' William. over 'the scale given them In 1917. Monarchl-rt Move In Hungary This the operators BUDAPEST, Nor. dc Ing to "accept.; It with- mancllng thn'roslortitton of royal aniiR out a direct auLhorJiallon from FuoL on public buildings anil declaring, tbo AdmlniBlraLor. GBTfleld .'for the ID. proclamation of the Hungarian .re- creaso In coal prices, which .they public unlawful, appeared In this clly would be'necessary to snaUtn the In- overnight U Is generally .regarded crease. It cabinet that Iheae posters mark the opening was UQwIMttic as yet lo unite upon of the royalist parly's election cam- Its labor Meanwhile of the tiankeElTloe; -holiday (tomorrow) threaleoed icalo negollallong with further flelay since miners and coal operators' repreEenUtiTes threat- ened tn go, horn a and defer their meet- Ings, A oeislon bf the Acjale com mil- lee 3 iri tbe central crjmpe'tlt'lTe field, ho waver, was eleo set for. today; where recess qu6nlion cbald be Coal Bhorlaaje'In- the middle, we'st continued to Inc'reufi and there; was but, little lacreuc la'coal production reported, Canada'! Situation' OTTAWA, Nor. la no lange in the' bltamlnpuB coal atlua- .BO fir Is .eoncernetl. accord I off to Information (iYeri out the fuel section of the CknaJlan (rede com mis skin this aitenioon. D. H. Connor, who ii Ln chtrje of Ihli work, stld no farther news has rficetred Washington to im- itates of Canada; though it Is hoped that'sonio supplies may be se- cured, General Angeles Shqi at Chihua- hua Following .Trial By Court Martial' LONDON, Nov. Ueyd George today that he never had thought the Introduc- tion of prohibition }n Great Brit- ain potalble, even during the war, but that he wat watching the Am- erTun experiment sympathetical- ly, with a mind free from pit-eon- cttved oplntont. reply to perinee deputation, to which he made thlt remark, fortthactowcd legltlatlon before Chnitmat ..In ccnnedlon with the cbr.trol ..of liquor. EL PASO, Texaj, Nov. Gen. Felipe AngeFet, Mexican revolutionary leader and famed throughout the world at a military .genlut, waj executed