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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Xll. iE.. AI.BHhTA. 1'IUDAY, OCTOI1KH 21, NOWKll 205 Viscount Milner in Lords Op- poses liuckmnslcr's ,1'lan of Levy on Capital DEPRECATES PANICKY VIEW 01'" SITUATION v KINGSTON, Ont., Oct. Mrs. M. J. Smith, Collins IJaj-, ivlio cclcurnttrt her JStii blrlh- (lay on Ocl. IS, cut. ritr Tirsl Tule on Mor.dny, she vol- cJ lor prohibition and tor An- thony Ilunkln, IL successful Conservative candidate. Bolshies To Evacuate To Turkestan Wilfitlraw From Soviet Russia if Anti-Red Pressure Continues Oc'.. 24.--Opposition any change hi fiscal policy of Grcal HriUin anrt a pica for careful con- slderatlon of lj r: yilual'on Ijclorc Ilic j country, v.-erc c.xurei'aeJ in iho house J of lurds loilny liy Vlscounl Alilner. sec-1 rclary for tbo who rcplicii LENINE SAID TO UE lo cril'cisins or Ine r.ivcrnnieiu by Ixml Hucklliaster, ivhti liilrnducej ;i resolution calling attention lo the gravity of Ihe rmanc'a] iioaition and EUggc-stinp; lho, for imposing pdclitLonal "I dfiprrcalc panicky vicu-.s u-hirh nre 'iirevalenl financial said the country's ANTI-RED PRISONEF Proposal of Secretary of Labor Wilson Was For 16 per ceni. Increase and Half Holiday on Saturday Wilh Eight Hour Day From Bank lo Won't Ne- goliatc Till Strike Order Called Back. WASHINGTON, Oct. appeal was made direct (o President Wilson loday lo prevent, (he strike of hair a million soft coal miners, culled Tor Nov. 1, after miners operators, meeting jointly with Secretary Wilson, hail turned dc'.vn two __ propositions to nefrotiale a new wage agreement. While on (he point of breaking up, the two groups, heeding Ihc plea of Secretary Wilson, agreed (o return ill 4 o'clock this afternoon lo receive a message the secretary hoped to bring from Ihe president. Coming out of Ihe meeting, John L. Lewis, president of the United Mnc Workers of America, said: "The outlook is less hopeful than last night. We arc re- I.OS'DO.V, Oct. Dolsticviki turning In hear what the president and (he secretary might K1UMK, Oct. lively movement of nlll'il sutijno'J in Adriatic iiorls is in The Associated cdrrcspoii'lnit in formeil by a United Sta'.frs commander thai the movement was probably v the Fiuiue situ- aliuli. NoLand Grab Is Allowed Rumanians t Allies Refuse lo Consider Plans Of Rumania to Extend Territory CERTAIN AWARDS 01' LAND ARE MADE No Head is Named Beck, Crcclman and Drury All Prominently Committee of Nine Chosen to Make Recommendation Mentioned as Possibility tor Governor-General Women Voters Spoil Thousands of Be No Group Govern menl.. TOROXTO, Oct. wait- cent, of the general election ballots ing Ly the four parties In the provlu- i cust In Northwest Toronto ivere spoil- considering the evacuation of soviet llussla, ficroriMnE to reports reaching (Jen. Dcnljjlrcc1. .1 wireless dispatch received today from his head- quarters says. The reported plwn is for tl] oMbe gorcrmricnl to per. ivliosc slntcinen'ls were tonsiiL ired as the Kovsrmnenl Tlcw o[ llic lhs abandonment o[ plUKltlOn. The UIO11 g a f.rnvc. 3s far less scrtoiis Than lliat in fiuy oilier country, wllh the possllil': exception of ihe Un'lcd Stales ami II certainly docs not justify SKi'ft MiY radical Changes in (he situation and no proof h dial nddlllomil luxation Is necessary. Jt requires elaborate and careful study. Much mischief nrghL be done to the recovery of trade anrt economy by re- course to such an expedient as a gen- eral capital levy, which lias been pro- posed by Lord nuckinnslcr." Viscount Milner warmly defended ilio government ngnhisL ctiarc'ca of neglect to care for the financial stn'iUa of the country. ''There have been .1 number, of ad- verse circumslances, sucli' aa ihc de- lay in arranging Ihc terms ol peace. Moscow anil the withdrawal of troops on all Fronts In Turkestan. Reports sliutlar to Hie above reach- ed Copenhagen on Ocl. 1-1 from Hel- One dispatch said that IT miles .south of Moscow, was e llolsheviki'would abandon their present capital net] retire Into Turkestan. Recent reports from Gcu. Iront announced thai the soviet (orcca nart begun to fortify thu suburbs of Tula. War Minister Trot- zky hvalng declared thai a general battle nnisL. be fought dulshlo that town, Lenine Taken Prisoner? HONOLULU, OcL N'lkolal lien me, "Dolahovlk'iivejtilcr of Russia, has been c-epiuredby anti-Bolshevik forces according 'to a wireless message pick' troubles in Egypi and Aishamslnn nml up by the Japanese ship Tcnyo imselllcd conditions 'n the near csusl. in lho harhor 41_ which havc'prcvonled the curdling! ase Savc nr> delalls thc TC' of he said. "Our posi- lion is regreltablc, but it is not tiophlc smrl the proper way is to or- liorteil capture of Lcnino. 1000 Bolshevik Taken Oct. One thousand prisoners ucre by antl-Bol shcvlk forces when Ihc city of Kamys but Ihcrc seems lilllc chance of reaching SSH ajrrccmcnl-" WASHINGTON. Oct. ators and miners tod.iy rejected a proposal by Secretary o( Labor Wilson that they negotiate a new wage agreement calculated to avert the strike of bituminous miners called for Nov. 1. The operators would not accept because the miners refused to withdraw the strike order And Secretary Wilson then cpme for- ward with still another proposi- tion for settlement on which both sides immediately went to work. This provided for a straight crease of 15 cents a ton for pick mining with an increase in the same ratio for machines and other classes of labor. _ The proposal also proyjded that there should be an 8-hour day "from bank to bank" and a half holiday on Saturday, the to be effective Nov. 1 to continue until March 31, 1922, Some of the miners intimated that Mr. Wilson's new proposal would not be satisfactory, saying that they had been informed that the operators had been willing to an Increase greater thnn 16 per cent., in the secret wrv's proposal; "The miners operators stilk, occupy the same position as last Secretary Wilson ssjd. "I made 9 suggestion as a new basis of settlement, which was rejected, "the operators, refusing to accept jind-the tHat'while it was not were willing to consider it." this year's ilcCelt as pan of the war burden. It is