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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIL LKTHBI1IDGE, ALDEF.TA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 'M, 1019 NUMBER 290 MAYOR GRAY RE-EECTED IN WINNIPEG As Lodge Thinks he Ought lo be Republican Movement in Ru- mania Led by Take Jonea- cu is nunzlo is Leader in Italy ITALY IS IN THROES OF UNREST AND THREATENED] BY WAR WiTHJUGO-SLAVSl PAH1S. XOT. movomcut look-1 lus to tho establishment of a repub-1 lie In Rumania, which la under the j direction of CJcn. Florza Averesco, fur-1 iner intnlsler of ivar, and Taake Josi- eiscii. former minister without pan.-j folio, has spread lo Dessamb.u, Trjn- j CTlvaota and according to' A Bnchnrcat dispatch to Ibe Qcurre The aEluiitloD U sulil to a.nriDtjic I lor Uio dynasty. In Italy GUZCErA, V.ivr. i iws conccrni Italy was Ijrnn :Vt IKTQ today by irnveHcis arrivlnj; .fui Poinodossola aoi] Lugano, saying lliti tlir moTonienL rating by iro Eocla.Jals Is ipryadlnif In north mi Italy. J: its that .Va niOTement lg a comliinecl one of the Socialists against Iho Italian monarchy in favor of a republic aud tiat Gabrlele d'Annunzlo la bclnc ujed D3 a paira In the hope ot creating disorder in the ranks of the future toYernmenl, Nlttl Fights SeclilTtU HOME, Nov. Xlttl hopes tho morn reasonable lloii of lha Socialist deputies wilt pre thus preventing any excesses tl the-rcopenlnf of-parliament. Bat. If the' MutmallEta domlnaia jbcr BW- HtoD, exceiws and'Ini'aU- JBE (he kJng In the pre- mier sara-lie Ii detonulaed Lo dissolve the clUmber, each being aura and Order" Ticket Wins In Greatest Civic Fight in the History of Manitoba's Capital the New York-Worn. the ciaJorltj-.UiGt the extreailBts cer- tainly JwbiildinpUns Defiant QENTTVA; NOT. Ian relaltona appear to be becom.BR more strained. A large was held f-l In which banners Inscribed: "D" Annum to must bo and "Down with tie Ital- ians" wore carried. Violent, speeches Tvnro matlo denouncing Lho npatby ot Iho nlliaa and Lho supreme council at Paris. Even Uic raodcnila Jn-so-SlaT papers nro declaring .lhat the Dalmattnn pro- ject, unlfeja cnrbort aL Rome, will In lead Lo war. Strike Trial in Winnipeg Hears Account Socialists' Meeting; Re volution Talk the ol trial of R. B. Rob- Vorld. In fha seesMn Hun Notes on Prisoners and Sunken Fleet Not Meeting Favor at Home 'fhe o[ B.dDcunnit, jhe SociilijVBalUUrj, a meeting In' thntre. In Januarj-. Tha "was' held under tbe aus- pices of thaV'-SdcJalltH Party- ada.' Amcmc the Bpeaiers weri R. D. Husselt, In tho' pranrt jurr cama in and made their final report. After puajrijT'lii a. com- nieiuner-pn Ihe 'provincial inBllLiitloDE, they: mado Lhi lollowlnE rcconiTTiendallonE: That a poiKoHo'o! labor. crealeil in tho iirorlTicia. gotcramcnl, Lhat lha rienllcnllary law -be amended BO Lho grand jury be Included ]n Ihote partita allowed to rlall the petiUentlair; that the law.be'chjjifeil senlenro of-dfeath should not jbe passed- on, a minor .convicts-'', -of murder, and thatjemaleg'.be Included on Hie Jury when females are oo trial. Mr. .Justice MeLcaire complimented (he grand Jury on [hair report. Red Necktlei WINNIPEG. Nor. 29 Baluford. rfturnbij soldier, was first wit- USB to give evidence at the silling of the asilie cou'rt- today (n- connection llh tho trial of R. Ruiaell for eiillkiui coniplracy. '-He "-gave ai to the DIM ting held on Juurr It, la4 Ibe -Majrttlc The t.pr were'-. Weor.ya l-'ors, R, B. Raswll, R, Johns and In feniwer to a wit new Mid he bad been (o. the' mmttiti by men ajid lelllnx the a godalltt pubtlcaUon, on tha ilrMt In front of access to more reliable In form hV charmcterlMd- the H ent as B. rood 'The dfjtrict .where there rrai Irooble WM a nlliM irere orienllnf. ,Tho irltneaa declared tbil the speaker hod tried lo conymcft the and eoce that the Rusitan Borlel ?rument "was a bet ler' gCrirnmenl han. ours more representative; arid hat It .would .spread all orcf ,the worlJ, and was comjog to Jannda. The press and pulpll, Rueicll according Lo irilncss, were under di- rect. Snfiuoi.cG of Iho gOTcrnmeiil which in our country was controlled by the capitalists, -lie attacked both for spreading antl-liolshevlk propa- the and by the Itct tbul Ih and about ag 'wiw, he'AaJA, Wore red PAHI3. Nov. DemocriU and are urglaf the Her Ii government to modify (la attituderelative to of-war and reparation Cor sunk by their Qermnn crawi fit Scmpa Flow, accord- Ing Id (ha Frcsso do' Paris, wblch quotes dispatches rccelrcd here from Berlin. IL la salt that membcra.. of tfte two parLlaV- believe the govern- ban been loft itubborn In tatting the irtAnd evidenced by the two received yef terday by tbe peace ference. blapoilng cf Hun PARIS, Nor.; Is lo ocfalfat Pmrtrof Canada 2nd irlt- irman nayiil tonnage of the Prince 1Y allowed tbla Jr Arn1. itrong, ThU ipeaker had dealt with the flnencfal condltloni'of. Ihfl conn liy, to Bhorr ttil [.fee matted1 o! Cfnada. had doubled daring the _______ banded a. copy rrf tbe BotttllBt biilletln u he tend. 7" Ho ettiinaLed that 000 f ft r ten a were In ftLLendaBCfe ,cb.ilrni4n, ho paid, hat la-tlfflated at tbe beginning of the meeting that tre manftfemenl nte ot the thettre for tbe rowtlng. number of. anbnarlnee, Jt Is eiplaln tJ, hecause'dDrlflp the war ahe vu unable, lo build (0 the eiteot of otber I] In, her plant] bclnf to Lho making of munitions for Ihe UM o( The prwcnt nniierslandlnt; Is that tho ot Ihe lio uFoliAn up. Dispatches frooi Parlji yesterday slid the supremo coancil 'nlRn bnd decided lhat France woulil get tl least. fire lljhL and 10 boat.i for IdentlcAl with Ihoae given In the allolmont of the Riibmarlnd5. .Italy, It was staled, was also lo (he in) Mle: o act n Blirtllar allotment ot ir Warahlps. COMTCAN SAILS WITH CANADIANS OTTAWA, NOT. head- war. He conteaMled, declirtd wit- ness, tbal the wealthy people had Krt made uy secrttkes to win the war, but hod profiled hy The speaker laid itieae m the (act' Ibat the wealthy had profiteered and con denned a eytleisi liat pernilUed ciich a Btnte ol .He told lie meet Ir.f last, a wen comlnr am that It .was high lino (hero was a chaoic. Wltnese Mid. he. estimated the audience as Mof fb. per cent, (or tljnerj. RUseell'a Address R, B. said (he witness then took the platform, bis eubjoc being censorship nn' nevrs (roni la. He said wero hot to bail citiarleri hare been advised of the [In nusalu tbe pKbltc tlionghl, tosll "iMmshlp witness. :S'pt 6nJy w.is news IS ofT-Of's "d M oihar ranks lor HI. censored, but itcc-jccd lha iov Jofer. Is expected lo dock OB ornmcnt and capllalHts ol i V coftceitlnr'reporta lo gel luv t of -Itns'iia in wrene with" the jpeaker staled that, he Winnipeg's 1920 City'Council line-up the 1320 council Mayor: F. Gray. Altkrmin clly CItiicni. Labor, J. A. fipartlng Sulllvar. John Queen A. A. HcJpi B; Slmpion F. 0. Fowl.r A, H- Pulferd _. George Fisher-VJ. Diumenberg H. Gray L. Wlggington F. VI. Divldicn. Jones Seven of elected last yeir, Sparling, Pulford, H. -Gray, Hsapi, and Wlflfllnctefv ire kervlng Iwo- Majority Ov'er Farmer, Was Second Round of Memorable Strike and Had Same Ticket Wins Majority of Aldcr- mamc Unsuccessful in School' Board Race. Up to Miners and Operators To Up Mints on of Government Settlement of 1-1 P.C. IncratM Runs Amuck an Condemned Murderer at Hamil- ton Addj Another to His Victim Liit on Paga GermaM aad Lefts Plan New Armistice Negotiations To Sttlle Trouble WINNIPEG, tiav. fight or stale are compel-- 4 4 lint (he various mlnlslera hi 4 Ihe IViiry jtorernment lo .irrnngemcTits lo largely rcllti- 4 riufeli the they had .n clrll life. Hon. Peter 4 4 Hmkh, of South Perth, pro- 4 vlnclal Iroasurar, ifl (TOIng to 4 4 of his herd of 47 head .4 4 of pure bred HolMeiii caltle, 4 4 and lion. Waller Hollo, 4 4 ter of labor and health, has re- 4 4 of the1 4 4 News, published iln -4 suddenly Eprar.R al them with crude knife, fashioned oul ot a heavy metal spoon. XowaliU plontx) the weapon In Then he- slashed Ucrry over Iho hoM sr.i pl'jngefl Ibo fcnlfa tnlo Awlry'a body Ihree or laur limes. Lawrie finally managed lo hurl Ilia murderer baclt Into Ihe col', wllh Sprlngstcad's body, anil slammed Ihe door. cries for help itlracLcii alicnllnn of Governor Ofllvle, tho wliu aenl-an emergency call for Ihe. police ind doclora. Five armed constables entered the cell, kowalskl offered nd (urlh-r re- nlsUnct. lift was manacled -hand and foot. j'Awlry wu In snch t serious condl tlon thai he could nol tm removed from Ihe Jail, IMPROVE SYDNEY HARIOR 3YDN'BV. S., ex- of orer Is (o be maje by the Dominion roTeroment al Sjviney 1n tho conjunction ot the new tefinltials for this port, Officials arc In Ihe clly lalclng some nccesury spuadlngi near the old government whart and levels la rlclnlly of VIcloHi Pirk. Tbe de- trfrtm'eni nl Ottawa- practically all Ihe nocesiary daU mi kairf for Iho coMlructlon .ot Ibe vldtng for the of a mn- nlclpal dairy purchaslni; the p'ri- tic plants WAS '.IdeaLed. Lalo yeaUrdny the aupporters or S. J. Farmer freely prcillclcd a ma- jority of'Bfleaal InelY dldaLe nnd the rush of labor roiera (o llit> polls In the ftrenlng mulled In many, beta of five to four lhat Farmer would win the place, Thl.i rrtornfnf AfByor Orfly express cd the bfeltet that If Lhe electtoriR had boon f6upht over the city al large instead of Ihe ward ayalcm, (here wouM noL hare ueen a labor'mail re turned. H will mean pur. being on the Job all LEie time to prevent any extreme being1 put orcr, TTB? Inn irar ha put U: Sane In ft .formal sutcmcnt, the nihyor Ihe result of dec I tons waa a wonderful .tribute, hot ao much to as' Vo the r-Qnltr and palrlot I cm of WJnnlpce "In Ihe crlllcil ruotncnt the rery foun dttlori of our tovcmmepL WKS it stake FORMER KiNO fLL Nov. Kormer King Auyual of Saxony aerloBslf Ml'at Syblllcrtort In 911eB.a, accordlDg to the llelchficn burg Tho tx-ldng with his family baj been reflHiog In' ilnce .Qnll.the tbrotit tiler the oltitlon ajdr OPERATORS MUST OPEN MINES; MINERS MUST RETURN TO THEIP. PITS WASHINGTON', N'ov. bal- IciTQazi'l ot tlie conillcl orer a ntw wage scale In Ihe bUumiixnw ln- which bat'centred Jnr- nr two weekE of CruJtleM nerotla- loni. today ahlrted to Tarioui Itlili ,n all (lie irctlona ot tha rr. Operatorj returalof homt to al- erupt to reopen their mlnei anrt to' pay the H per cent, wait a4- suRgefllnl by Fuel Adtnlalatn- lor Garfleld hare recelred UMruce ol the rorernment that troopi were ready to protect from violence any mtncn Lo return to wort. At the EIme time notice was thai he failure o! operator! to help (he government coal ppodtipUon n-ult In federal control o( the properties. Expect Bcttarment Men day CHICAGO.' Norl re- aulta .a production of- soft coal were not today to fol- low the Bovernntenl'a tbat It propose! to becan v and polling a.t the by the opera- tors of notice ot tbe Eraatlcg of aH per cent, wag-e increase. upon the laileit'fftap tn the mln- era' atriko Tftth opUmlnn, and that On workmen would, re-enter the rafcftB.- and Sunday feneraily-liare been reafarded M at leaat part holidayv la tbe coal flelda, -they'-polntM'oot. Oa- ths other hand, Epokecnleii Itot. few woaM to work undar ditlons, adding lial the [fooredy eapeclal.v In tbe ajeat flelda' ot Lhe central competitive bricliic Oh.o.-Illlnola, Indian a'Mud western PenDaTlrula. -inijor today orer nmch'.of Ibe country .which, for two dmyi put, waa In the of uhreaaonably. low, temperattarea, bnracbt relief. Many-email dUei and town a were aJmcBt fuelleif and. mJerlnE was 1m- inlnent. MEXICANS WILL GET ULTIMATUM FROM U-S.; MUST RELEASEJENKINS WASHINGTON, Nov. though denial from Mexico City of the reported fighting Ihere b4- twten followen of Preildent Cir- nnza and Gen. Alvaro pretirfentfal twrved .14 ene the tentcneM of thn rtlitleni between Mexico and -the United the rtate defBrlmtnt to- day not altered IU to demarH for the releive of Amerlon'Conturir Agent On top of ther dailottU Mexican report ef murder of fun, W. M. Williet, all min, Who And killed by Carnnca Thlf, combined with the -Jenklni to the department, to ctrortg diplomatic action To Open Peace Negotiations LONDON, Nov. Eston- ian government has announced that peaea negotiations with so- viet Ruscla will be baflun al pat on Tuesday next, 2, ae- corrflrj (o a wlreletl dlspalch from Moetow tadajr, The soviet delegates, irl< etet- H, will crots the frentler In the nslfhborhood of Pskov, CLEMENCEAU GIVES EMBLEMATIC GIFT .TO WAR MINISTERS CflrrBnn ffwfmment, which hat bun reputedly against American cltliene. Secretary ef State Lmelntj In conference with. Mexican Mdcr BonlllM put the flatly him mn4 ox- pTalned pointedly thai tin Unttaid government had aleminded action and not words In Che Jen- kins affair. He la aald to have further explained that Mexican government acceded completely to thle ceuntry'e the relatlone between the natlone neceaearlly would be ser- leuely affected. i The stats formal rvply to.the Carranta 'meeeetr. may be deleyed leyenl pending the accumulation ef verl< fled ficte dealing with Itie Jen-' Vine cme and other affronte. When the reply is framed K Ie ex- pected to eonuln more than ii would be prepared to support demands to the limit. Eight' Americana .have been killed In. Mexico within the MA few months. 'A. C, SANTIAGO, Chile. Nor. NacJonale.'today. It has learaM from veil Informed.diplomatic circles lhat there It a possibility of mediation rorerninenli In A. B. ;0. croup. (Arenllne, itraill and Chile) with the object o( comixnlng the dlf: lhat arttm between Ine United aid' Meilco orer tile of Cocfol Jfenklu. Nov. ier CEemenceau has given to each member oJ mlnJElry air.all plalo as a aoiiveolr.. obverse aide under Iho Gnelle roster la ii natnra of fllemoncwu, the a .emblematlrt 'of show Ing her wearing a and proudly boldtrig 'aloft Ihe torch of liberty, sheltering beneath Krench pollii3 advancing to Ihe at- Uck. CAiaARY, Nov. 4 ntor Peter Tilbol, promliimt.. 4 4 In pollllcj of the west. for. 4-, 4 many la at tke 4 rofnt of In home at 4 4 Lacomb. The 4 slclan saM this mom hit he wai rerj'-low and 1MU of: Ua .4. ThaT MMtor's M Is against aim. ;