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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XH. LKTHBR1DGE. ALBUHfA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1C, 1919 NUMBER 2j8 PTD RIM, GILL Fight Over Taking Over (he Itond Develops .rtncl Will Drag Out Session GOVERNMENT DECLARES PEOPLE WANT liOAD COURSE OF RUSSIAN EXTREMISTS APPEARS TO HAVE ALMOST RUN OTTAWA, Ocl. opening skirmish In what pronilses to dtvelop lulo a geueral cngngement of some duration between government op- position forces in Ihe commons over the Trunk-, reso- lution look place fn the house today. The locking of horns with the-opposi- tion forces occurred ns soon aa the house met, nnd occasioned no surprise os J. A, Ilobb. Liberal ivhlp, after lh' inorniug Liberal caucus, had made lhV. W. Or Sovietism ]ound fliers who had doubled back afler flyinp from coast lo coast. Lieut. Maynard, Iiaviug reached Sydney, Ne- Draska; was nlmosl a day's flight In :he van of his nearest pursuer from San and his closest oppon- ent. In the point of actual Hying time for tbe transcontinental flight, Capl. L, It. Srnilh, temporarily was out ol the contest, as his airplane was dam- aged by fire last night shortly afU'.: landed'at the Buffalo control sla- tlon. Lieut. Maynard started from Sydney at 7.1 i> this.morning. Yesterday LtenL >raynarfl broke all records for flights from San Francisco to. Sydney. He announced, he expect- ccl lo suend tonight at Chicago. Through snowstorms yesterday Lieut. Maynard made 1SG miles In 56 min-1 utes and then dashed an additional miles through the skies in 33 min-1 ules.r The death (oil ID the race today j Blood at seven, leaving 39 pilots in (he contest. i rLieuU French KlrUy, LleuL Stanley C-.Miller, observer, ARBITRATION SOLVES: -ITS LABOR TROUBLED NEW YORK, trie labor Elato clean of I.W.W. and sm" has inarfeed Induslrjal.Australia's 1 yesterday. plane jrospcrlty .be to rev- the Seheme To Be Tried When Roads A.rei Otit Of Military Control Gruesome Find is Madevin Windsor Hotel; Unknown Dead Man, Apparently American they be placed on Ihe same footing of the C. F. In rcajjcct lo the soldiers' settlement scheme or any new scheniW adopted for lh9vre-establIshDieht of returned men.. At tho close' o[ Ihelr slatcmcnM the cbalrman, Ifbn. J. A. Caldcr, proriilscd lhat. tho caao of the wquhl receive consideration from 'the coramUlcc. o 4 v OPPOSES G. T. R, MOVE v MONTREAL, Ocl. lerly oppose'd lo the -taking v over of lho Grand Trunk Itail- fy v woy by lho Canadian igovcrn- v menl, businessmen of Mon- treal members of the board of trade met and passed a rcaolu- tlon .al a noon meeting today Ihnt tho 'govern- halt in Ha scheme.lo ac- .-an additional mllway 4 Byatera, PARIS, Oct. termination" of military control of the in France.iriH mark the beginning of an Interesting .experiment, tho collabora- tion of delegates from all (he different classes otr.iilway. workers with heals of departments and the hoard ot dir- ectors In Ibo management of the'rail- roads. "The plan ot M, Claveille, minister oE public works, embraces the organiza- tion, ofin "conimrdeo'of which will be presided over by a func- tionary still lo lic'choscn, called the "general 'railroad commissary." This plan may be modified In some details, but It'appears lo bo the general agree- mcnt-to try the- much ndvocaUd schcnio of direct parllcEpatlon by the workers nrd technical men with Ihe directors in the management, and op oration of (he roads. heldon, Auslral'aii commissioner in t'he-Uniled Eftafcsf detlaiedi In. B slate- nienl last -here, [o assume his new duties Speaking of the; post-war labor .'un- rest, Mr. Sheldon pointed to the pres- ent situation in his country ns an example of' progress in handling sllii- alions to thbae now- existing in the United States': 'Jn view of the .Beneral industrial unrest throughout :_ the he said, "it will be interesting, lo exam- ine. the status of trie labor movement in Australia. The arbllra'tlon system has been tested probably -more thor- oughly In Australia than anywhere else. It is largely the work of labor governments and has been particular- ly In settling disputes which otherwise would have culminated in strikes." CLAIMS DOMINION RAILWAY PO'LICY 18 DEFECTIVE OTTAWA. OcL the policy oT lho government ivllh rcspccl lo existing .rail Way a was defective, Tvns alleged by Senator .Power. In the sen- ate yesterday. "Sir James Louihecd mid that he would hare a governmcnl hill next wcok'.whlcb 'cad to. n Mark CasUe Boot, Utah. .Other deaths luring the' Major M'.-'G.- Scrgt. Kie .Tboms and Sergt. W. N- and'-Obapryer W.-D. McClure. I I t in six" lave, completed half I by J nnd ing at the field and nine veslbouhd ijlers have San others are till on the first leg of 'tlielr flight, cattercd at various control stations' icross the country. Smith Ldses Plane BUFFALO, OcL. The air-k plane In which Capt. II. Smith ar- rired here from 'New York last eve- ning was destroyed by fire the local landing field last nighl. -CnjiL-, Smilh was tbo leader In the return light of western avialors "In the cross- country air race. LOUD BING SAYS HE DIDN'T INVENT TANK LONDON'. Oct.1 lOrrt nyngr ivha at one time cd the Canadian nrmy In Flanders, re- ceiving Ihe freedom of Colchester, said: have uo special quallflcollon. make no claini lo having invented the tank. 1 have no claim to having writ- ten roniinlscehces, In abusn of one's colleagues form a prominent part. There is the.simple fact.that I have served my country." KEEP REDS OUT OF U.S. Oct. overwhelming majority, the house to- day passed cicnding for ono year Ihe war lime passport, rcatrlct- Ions, so as (o keep radicals and 1111- Jcsirahle aliens out of the United Stales. l large dlKcuselph ot.the Canadian rail Until then .he. irould defer dlacuaalon. discovery was made In the Windsor hotel.yesterday afternoon, Rhcnil 4 o'clock, when Iho decom- posed body o[ i man who Tiatl ap- parently hecn dead for nomo clays was found in (loom N'o. 9 of the build- ing. Tho whole case te full of mys- tery, In that tho deceased was not registered fn tho hotel hooks and no ono appears (o know when ho arrived Jn Iho city. "TT Tho discovery was made ny ft China- man, who, look'ng In nt Ihe'wlpdow o( the room, nttractct] ny unnholc- flomc nnd nulrld smell thnl was Issu- ing therefrom, saw the" body of the man apparently dead lying on Iho bed. flc gave (he alarm nnd the police were summoned. Hrcaklng open tJLc door, which wns secured by a bolt within, Hardy took charge of the body. According tb Ih6 chlc( ot police, llio man must havo been dead for at Icaal three day ft. There .was ijoth- Ing lo Indicate lhat ho bad come lo by foul ploy. All that can bo ascertnlned about-him la that his1, name Is W, K. Harps; lhat he' fs about 45 years Cf ngc, and lhat he U a clll- zcn ol tho United Slalcs. This was ilenolcd by ft card ot lhe Mooso Lodge of Tacoma, dues' fully paid up to June 30, ho hnd'on his person, llrtlt of tho (ace of the deceased was completely- decomposed and his flnfitr nalla wcro quite blnck, The conlenla of .the man's stomach have been sent lo EdnloiMon to be nnalyacd. With the Evidence All In Indications Are There Will be no CAUGHT IN BELT. IS. INSTANTLY KILLED TOIIONTO, Oct Caught. In a bell nnd drawn Into a revolving pnUey, Fred .Uarrcul, aged '6S, 'met'. 'InsUnl death yesterday nflernopH 111 Joseph factory. and Limit etl, Much. oC.Machinery and Slock Be" ".....Demolished QUEBEC, Oct. to confidential information obtained here this afternoon, the disposal of .llic TCoss rifle factory Is a problem Is now- being eludtcd by tho federal government with a likelihood, that ,iU will be dcmol'shcd and the material removed to make room for tho exten- sion ot the mllonarballleticlds'park, A great part of the Block and mi; chinery has been disposed of, but there siIII remains a considerable, amount of machinery unsold, Includ- ing lhat for Ihe manufacture of the noss rlf'c, Hi at can nol he used for any othdr purpose' nod Is now said ID bo worthless. The demolition of certain trnllvo buildings Is now being r- l i Soldiers' Threat to Hearst OTTAWA, Oct. Is now ex- pected ifml the special .commlKee on civil re-establishment will be In a posi- tion lo place rcpoit In tho hands, of parliament by about ncxl Tuesday or Wednesday.-- N The last witnesses were heard'this morning and the committee (hen rfr- sumcd Us deliberations, wfitah. hire been under way slnco Ihe bcfilnnlng of this week. H Is understood Ihflt good progftss Is being hi Adi? and that tha tlpn of all (he tv Id onto bcforti Ihe rommlllco will bo completed 'about the end of this week, There then be two. or three days for drafting and revising (he report presented. Previous forecasts aa to.Urt cqa- lenls o( Ihla report appear likely to be well tome out. From present Jndl- Gallons It Appears likely lhat tio blanket graluity extension will be Urged, lo bo provision for 01- of fltd lo 5pcclnl cases, ao lhat no vclcran hard- shrpd-durlng tho comfng winter. 'Vocational trainlnp, li vas polnlcd otilnl the Inquiry, IB In many cnaca loo brief 10 be sallefficlory and It Is peeled thai the committee will recom- mend that lho length o! Ihe course be left (o lho discretion of Iho Vocational officers (o a greater extent than here- lOforb, so that half competent work- icn Will not be turned out, fn regard to untrcrjlly Kludcnls, It placed In apar6 from- ained men. 11 Is .suggested. that a long m term loan" raay bt urged to Ihclr case3j .with, the provision lhat thess men will repay, Iho government when they are reestablished, For the It Id under- stood .there la a feeling something lo get these mon, back la a "hdrmal condllfon. Many.'bf (hem are'not disabled nnd era not fit" for vocational training; but Uicy- nro not In a condition lo he ed loose on spclely without some kepi over Ihem, for It; !s, Ihbught .'possible, therefore, lha( some' scheme of cxlend- Ing OiftupatloriBt therapy mny bo asXed In ordef 10 lake care of this cla'ds S'' WINDSOR, Ont., Oct. a ''result of a melting of 200 war vet- erans here bat night, a telegram was sent to Premier stat- ing lhat unless provision waft made by 6 o'clock Thursday even-1 Ing to permit all Ontario solders stlir overseas the right lo vote on thi referendum a telegram 'would be sent to every command In tha province aiklng that H make its best efforts to defeat the govern- ment the elections. For.prolesllng lhat the meeting was political and not In accord- ance "with the constitution of the Great War Veterans' Association, Comrade F. Slewdrt was order- ed out of the matting. Exchange Ratifications Next Week PARIS, Ocl. cicMnge ot Uorman pcaco IreaL; ratlfiratro'iis pul- ling Ihe convention Into cited la ex pecleii lo UiliO place early ncil week, according Iq semi ofilciBl French soarccs loday. Tho llrlllsn anil Italian ratified cop- IDJ o( the were wlln Iho oeacc con.'crence secretariat yea- tcrrtay. Tt Is explained lhal dolaj' In Iho formal rallflcnllon cailstl hy. the nmounl'of mechanical necessary preparing Ihe It Is expected lhal Ihia task com-., plclcd on A ;