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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Put Lethbridge Over the. Top in Third Victory Loan Drive-Subscribe Now .VULUMK III ALWChTA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKR 29. 19 Hi NC.MBEH 2G9 rn A i QTBIKT IAJ AL 51 KlIVL Liberals Talking Away At G.T. Bill Opposition leader Declares the Agreement Should Be Sub- mitted to the House CLAUSE FOUR AMENDMENT BY SINCLAIR, DEFEATED OTTAWA, Oct. Grand tiou of pnrl'auiciil today to the exclu- sion uE all oihcr tuaineas. Discussion was resutneJ'ln cohimltteo on clausa three or the. bill, which mates provi- sion (Uat (he ngroomenl to ba entered Into between Ihe government and tho Grand Trunk shall provide for tie da- fining ol the ccaiuauy'a proportlts ami interest-y. comyrlseJ ]n the system and such Collier terras and conditions HB ibo Rovernnienl and company may upon. The oppofillion made Us chief fight against the" bill today on the point that the agreement to be mado eliould Le submitted to parliament for ratifi- cation. Hon. MacKcnzEc Klne; Hon. IV. 3. Fielding and other Liberal Epeakvni it was iinirlge io giro the Grand Trunk shareholders oprorlunlly to ratify (his agreement and to deny t ho right ol .Mr. King nrn'nlalned that tha course proposed was contrary to Ihe principle of jrorernmenl. Hon." Arthur reply, said that (.ho fOTornmonl'g tourso was nol In accordance TviLh the bcBl precedent bccauss.'thc government was In reality dteciisaing the terms of agreement In 1003, ho said, the when dealing--. Tvllh the Grand hit brought down JL hard and last" agree -nifint which the house had no choice but to ratify. In this case, it WAS open to parliament to alter tlio esscntla terms of Iho proposed agreement as forth In the hill, it waa finally HErccd, on motion of Hon. J. D. Reid lo ampjifl clauso three by that no change should he mado In I In agreement Inconsistent wilH the iiro- TJslcms of the act. Mo Date Fixed CRERAR WILL LEAD FARMERS TO VICTORY IN GENERAL ELECTION No Bonus Award Is Granted Soldiers Special Parliamentary Commit- tee Finds Cost or Gratuity Scheme Too Heavy WOULD CRIPPLE FINANCES WHOLE DOMINION CANADA WILL SOON HE ABLE TO BOAST FIFTY ROTARY CLU1JS .KON. T. A.'CRERAH. TORONTO, Oct. coalition o( OTT.'.'.VA, -in declining to accede to tho gratuity proposals ot Harry Flynn and ia giving a. npgailvc answer to Ihe request ol the Great. War Veterans' Association for monoy grants to cx-inembers of the force. ho farmers nhd. labor In the federal j based upon length and place of olecllon.wlll IJQ aimed at, according vice, the special rominlUcc of parlia- o James aimpBou, aecrttary of the ment which dealt with tbc matter In j Ontario FECtlon of tha Canadian IJiLor DR. CRAWFORb McCULLOUGH party. Active members of the farm- ers' organizations and Die labor groupi noollig ago that, steps should bo taken lo trine both groups together. Farm era are confidently predicting .hat the next Dominion government will bo a farmer government, wltli Hon. T. A. Crerar aa premier. HI-IL -ti TT mec All the Way. From KanSM Comes Hip; Subscription lo Put Loan Over "Parliament freely and unanimously mado provisions for the payment ol gratuities to orcry relumed man to tide over from three Lo six months al- ter his return. It is now ascertained I hat the total cost of those gratuities will approximate f at 5 per cent. Involving an annual .interest charge of "Xo other nation has trealed Its re- turned soldiers so Generously In this, respect." Tha 'report deals with the monies advanced lor land settlement, the de- partment of soldiers' civil rc-cstab- llsbment, anil proceeds: "Summing up tho whole siluaiton, your rommtltcc Rre convinced llist.aa regards of moht generally the .Canadian'- people, and their representatives .'in parlia- ment, as well 33 the; EOTernmehC have always shown aa earnest dcjlro to any real need that b2s arisen or y Parliament, hrjre'.ofnre. not been parsimonious In vollng ey whenever and wherever the ei- (iovernor of IJl'strlct Ko. I3t Interua- tional Association of riolnry Clubs, who pale] the Club an official visit Tuesday evening. Among (he interesting announcements te -made thera would be 50 llotary Clubs in Canada by end of the year. Dr. McCulloush cornea from Fort. William. Crucial Decision in U.S. Coal Strike to be Made At is Today EVERY MOTHER WHO LOST BOY IN WAR WILL GET CROSS VICTORIA, B. C., Oct. Mew burn, minister of mltltia, speaking at the re union of the 16th battalion members 'here last night, announced that a silver cross, hung from a purple ribbon, WOlilH ft tiff i- niuirier who had lost a boy at tho front, Eight war memorials era to be erected to the memory of the Can- adian who fell One of these would take the (arm cf a Hall of Recordi, while the others would be memorials commemorating the fitlen. If Miners Decide on Drastic Method of Enforcing Radical Demands Will Be Most Serious Tie-up in History ol Won't Affect Alberta Mines for Practic- ally All Alberta Miners Still Working Under O.B.U. Banner. (Continued on page (en.) .'OTTAWA. thousand! dollars was placed to the credit of the Canadian Victory Loan, 1919, In Ol- Uwa yesterday, the money coming all Iho (rom Kansas City, Mo. j Tho" subscription IMS placed by; Tlioinaa Broad, of BO Melroso Mr. Broad 13 tha Ilftn member ol tbc j International executive of tho Brother- f hood of Ilailway Carmen of America and ho ia also 7IcC'Chairman of fho Canadian Pacific Hallway Joint pro- tecllvo board of Ihe brotherhood. The JaO.OOO represents a portion ol llio InLcrnalloual funds of the brother- At (lie evcnlre sitting before dame three was Mr. Melghcn stated that Hie agreement lieLween the gov- ernment nnrt the company had not teen but If it was ready bo-r foro prorogation there would bo no ob- jection to !ta being tabled. Replying to'a 'demand thit tho government should fix definite dale for Iho sur- render ot stuck, Mr. Meighen said thnl tbe agreement would not go into lorco until the voting power of the stocks had been surrendered. Deputy Speaker Doivan threatened to nrimft Arthur Trahau for persisting In asking questions which did not re- late lo tbo clause under consideration, NEW YORK, Oct. Star another Incident of Iho evening I Opera company has Abandoned Its Bitting was a protest by Mr, Gavreaux, plaa to elng German opera In English Herald Relief Fund One Man Shot Dead and Anoth- Badly Slashed With Knife By-Pole Thugs This makes. In all, over which Lho brotherhood has in the var- ious Canadian Victory lonna. NO GERMAN OPERA a Liberal member, members In lila :muur, questions opinion, had been answered 20 times. An amendment, by J. H. Sinclair lo clnuso four, which would slrlko out guarantoa provlaloaa, wa3 dttcated irid tho clause carried before (he house rose. OEM. DIAZ ILL IN ENGLAND LONDON, Oct. Diaz, com- mander-ln-chlct ot Iho Kalian army, who Is on n .vl.ilt lo England, la forint; from, a severe cold a slight lovor. to In N'ew York.' Tho board of directors of tbe company Announced last night that, all engagements of German opera scheduled for tho thcalro bad. bien cancelled. 3Wf99 GET BRITISH CONTRACT LONDON, Ocl. lenders ol engineering firms In connection with the erection..of a powor nlallon aL Ed- inburgh sbows that foreign firms are severely under culling British com- panies. Tho conlrftct went Lo a Swiss firm, whoso price for tbe work was The nearest British lender was Second Day of Loan Drive Yields Twenty-four applications total- ling went through lociil Victory hnadquarlors on Tuesday, beating Monday'R reaulls by nnd bringing joy to the henrla of tho workers. ThlB morning the total subscrip- tions fliood nl or lr> por cent, of tho needed to win. Iho Prince of Wales' honor Has for Lethbridge. LethbridRo ..cHy snbdfalrlct IIAS sol Ilself Hie of raising 1476.000 of the obJecLlTO for the LelliliriORCiclls- Irlct Vlrptchlng from Onnangay lo Coultn And from Monarch lo Orabsy Lake and Foroniosl, and (.'lialrman IB confident thai, elnco Ihc objectives of Iho first two days lilvo heen reached nnd passed, tbo road will bo Iravclled Brent dfrfScuHy. It will rcqnlro work, ljut tho workers aro full of the "pep" which has always characterized llio