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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, XOVISMBEU 28. 1919 Has Coal Issue Too Later FMCM Debate ia H With Apfoiatmnt of Com miasloa to Probe Costa Russia With Plenty of Gold Wants Peace and Resumption of Trade MANY SUPPORTERS BUT GOYERNMENT IS SAFE LONDON, Nov. The gov- ernment won a sweeping victor) in llic liousc of commons when the molion of William Brace, a labor leader; calling for the appointment of ;i coinmilLcc Io inquire into cost of procluc tion. Hie oulpnt ami. prices of coal, was.rcjecled. The govern- ment received 254 votes, as ag- flinst-59 for the measure. LONDON, whit wai rcjjarded ae a vole of on aha-pollcy .of the government 'in connection with control of the coal output of the United Kingdom moved In Ihe house of commons Ht noon .locfay.' Tha motion. In- troduced by William Braes, a labor member, -called for the appointment of a commlttr? to Inquire Into the coat of produc- lion, to the output and pncej of tcoal. Behind the reeofullons the full etronnth of the labor party wt( marfthEilled- Tht'rt was full attendance of house. In presenting the motion Mr. Brace declared the labor -party to cooperate with the governfrieni In a grava ind difficult financial problem, but .that the government had declined to -permit the party's tlon. Move i LONDON, ri t be coal slLuallon IB' scheduled In the todiy I pi lowing tin lnffpaaeHoTi-.of a motion by Will (km -i a .mernbar, LONDON, NOT. told m for writ! It to roublei la [old- Tor mBcblaerrr food, mil ne- cAaurfM, acwrdinf to a Etile- ucribod Id MilIni UtYlnoff Copeu- 1-jajen 'corretEKradeaL of Dally LUvlDoft DOW in Den- mark to with the xllle'i relit Ire to u ficbmge ot prlsgn- erv bftT.m bMU Mnt there by the Hoi the Tiki ot Russia. Members ot mission fliy in effort maifi to mike peace and .tecura the rais- in? of UIG .blockade of ausfila, Ibe correspondent "Greil Ilri- tiln alone considered to be preventing peace between the so- rlel mud the Baltic states, as well as Finland, irkoie independence Jhe Bolahfivibi prepared to recopme." Tbouih victorious militarily, the o[ Premier Leulne, ILe Holsticvlk premier, are Bald to have been (really modified Ibrougli Ihe influence of Heir KrasEln. Iho minister ot trade and former manager of the Siemens llalik company ot IJerlm. He la to desire and a resump- tion of rorclffn trade.' implicitly denies the report an Impending national assembly at lha corre- spondent "but bis friends declare Ihc moderates aud social revolutionists 'are preparing to join the government, prellminarj to elections." Lady Astor Polled Mart Votts Thin Liberal and Liber Candiiiles Two Unionist Winnipeggers Polling Today; Decide Result of Law and Order Fight WINNIPEG. Xov. votes were cast during the first hour thti morning than In Ibe whole Jay last year, the esti- mate made this tuornlog In elec- tion circles. Bvery poll was pack- ej with a long Hue walling to cast Mexico is Again Rebellion Centre; Carranza Flees cost of production output and ot The ful bt-'tbe labor, b SAN NOT. I Reports received hero today from ho border said lhat fighting had rohen out In Meilco City belwccn he Carranza and "Oieflgbn forcM. Carranza is reported lo have lied t Querelaro.- Gen. Pablo Gonwlei ll reported lo lie leading the.Carranza. troops. The report: of .the fighting came to San Antonio honor. TTle. iBclnded E parade, recoii dis- play at much pirtliin feeltnf, .It _was Gu. Obsrtftri, foraerly. minister o: reslgT-J hlmielt the quMtlc-n .as a mailer of fccmnd- eace' afrj b'as Issued'urgent Instruc- tions .to Its supporters, Informing them the adoption ol the motlou would be equivalent to a vole of censure, ft is {ho government will re- sign If the motion la iuccesiful. -The motion, which has many eup- labor.party, la an outcome of nn order Issued by Sir Auckland Cedclea, minister of national service anil reconstruction oa Nor. iH, Ibat household coal would btv re- duced ten shillings- a ton In price. Piquancy Is given Ihe situation by the fact lhat many gofemment supporters, 'coal mine- owners and their sympath- izers, oppope Ibe i government reduc- tion ns much as the labor party, al- though from anolhor auKle( Conse> quently many pairs' have been'arranp- for Iho'vollng to enable the gov- ernment supporters lo escape an awk- ward situation.-. It Is not believed Ihe povernmont'ls" In any real danger of defeat, buftbe real Importance allanh. cd to the matter-h shown by the de- cision of Premier George lo In- tervene In Iho rtobale. Incidental Id this motion, an Infllca tlon of labor's condemnation of the government's all members ol the .miners' federation who holrf places In advisory committees of tbe coal controller resigned yesterday._. AnothervpoUntlmi, presidential can [dale is Gen. Gou'zales, irho, It is tatcd, intended Io resign Iron the rrov nbout Dec. .1 Io Inaugurate Lls U. S. Exatperated r.l. PASn Texns. Nov. :d eiasperatlon were expres-ied by lie United Stales jovernmenL In lole to th'e Mexican government de- manding tbe release from prison of Villlam Jenkins, -American consular .genl al Puehla, Mexico, It has just >ecome known, following toe' publlca'- Ion of the teil cf the note hy Andres Garcia, consul-general at El Paso. May Be Ultimatum WASHINGTON, NOT. Alth'oaih further Investigation of lacU will be made, lha United Slates government as no Intention ot receding from its position In the Jenklcs case, officials declared today. .The" government, they ..said, is pre "the next .which may form of.cn MeiicariTg.6vemment." A'dmlHlilrmlion officials Indicated .that rieiY rllh'-Meilcoi.Wonld not If iinsfitlsfscjiorr, bul ibi Americans had decider upon'i course of action and was. pre- pared to carry It out should thai be- come' necessary- U. S. Citizen Klllerf.vt WASHINGTON, Nov. Jaine Wallace, n United Slates cltlieb, wa ahot and killed fcy Carranzlsi. soldier near Tampko last Wednesday. The stale department today was ad vised of the killing anJ has o'rdere a thorough. Investigation; PIA'MOUTH, Nov. Asior was "ejected lo parliament from llic Sutlon division of Ply- inotilh in llic balloting of Nov. K. The result was announced after a count oMmllols here lliis nflcnioon. The vote stood: Lady Astor, Un- lonlsl, 14.495; -TV. T. Gay, Labor, Liberal, The ceremony attending the count- ing ot Ihe billots cast on Nov. 15 be gan In Iho historic guildhall at Ply inojth at 9.30' o'clock this morning, lady Aslor "and her two opponents, W. T. Gay, Labor candidate, and Isaac Foole, Liberal, were not present at that hour. All of Plymouth, In fact all ol lanu. was" eagerly expectant regarding In-! as tho outcome) was regarded, as beinfi ol more than local Importance. The d'efeai of Lady As I lor would as a signal vie I lory for the as Ihe Sullon dlvUlon ol Plymouth has been a Unionist stronghold. Tbe campaign altracled wide alien Lion. Mrs, Lloyd Gcorgc.'wlfo of the premier, and otner promluent pollt- al pertonnses spoke In'Lady Astor's ehaJf. Lady llstor will take her seal on ionday. .The delay in'Bnnc-uncing the resull due .to "the 'necesslly ot collect- nir votes frora electors of' the con- ot poll tltuency at Iho limo ot poli- ng, were or less dlsUnl olnts. -The.Tole of this class .was argely that-'of soldiers and .sailors. b possible; telal was and II was eslimalM'thdt BO per cenl. of II was actual polled. ,t. Gar, the "candidate, .conceded his defeat oelore the if.lh'e resnlL; not hope I be- labor role Neighbora Searehtid the'- Night Not Found Until Mbrninf Mr. Lionel Clark New In Old Ontarii (From Our OROTON, NOT. sil o'clock on Saturday evening, Nov. 22, Annie, the Ibfee year OM.daughler of Mike Mlsqulllne, was lost on Hie prairie twenty-two miles 4outh of Fore- most In 3-11. Mrs. Mliquillna was In tha stable when" Johnny, Ihe year old went out to get aome of Ihe other-'.cowa. Some- how, they got separated and: Johnny ran home without her. Mrs. Mlsqull- Ine al once weal in search of the lost child, but no could" be found. The nelghbora ware aoon summoned and In a ronple of hours thn lurronndlnc hliis and couleei were all lit up with Unterai. la ot (he fact that a.daice on Friday Vltiw tchool, ud tat peoplt all tired, ntlll (bey uiloM It-: help. 'Practically for aillai ta amrch or catli. All ntjht long sconrtd tk i latun hi MI to hora iMdht, MtaHnf IniMNty to riach tar M nhjM, which th< orldnillr fhwd, un- tlf: Thursday nllM of MM vraik. REMCMICR, DR. 'WILL LldTURI IN WESLir CHURCH THUMOAY EVEN- MO, SIWJECT, "ON HKL OF THE HUN." WINTO. MINERS MAY TOOLS TUESDAY ti attired at (tie mlnen nil l! now ud II !a will aeon, bo aa u Mr. tnd Mis. Mlmulllne grstefuU to taa neighbors for (heir kind ONTARIO kAT HIL1P PLAN TO 8BND SOME STUDENTS T6 FltANCi: TOROXTO, SOT. where by aludents of eollefea nnltanltlM can-take work al educaUosal lalltiiUoce In .was oitttnM to Premier and; Htm. R. H. Grant, nlnlster c, education, ftl .coofertBCtjhett lo'lay with PWillp B. ROT, eotnalainnf.r _______ Iho hw will' corns oit on strike. Ulni are allll In progrf" _ tte miners and Mr, Quirk, of Dominion labor bit Dulled Mine hu nottflod tpTremcaent thai Iho men will