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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUISIUY, OCTOnF.U 30, PACK THIRTEEN KOIIGE CLEMEXCKAU'S NAME TO ELECTION IN FUANCK Defends Government Against Charge of Lords Have Hume Opinion- LONDON. Oct. The hnu.iu uf lorjs, by a vole of 62 (o 13, has rejected (i opinion that the govcrnigent baa been suiliy of extr.uasauce. Lord declared-that In- flation was ihc real ca 115.0. of Iho Ifnan- cfal Irc-ybles. He Ihe pro- 1'oscil caiiLStil levy nnd increase ID In- iMHiie iind atlvotTlctl tho tuntlon of he stated, serve to ratee Lord rcpul'iilcd Iho fhirp'j .-galiift the government of ci- IrnvajMnuc. Ilo slated, lhat the-od- in Uie last year liad'mada a sincere effort lo practice economy. PARlf. Oct. 30.--A seneitlonal ftp IPS of may result, Ills ed, froin on election fraud which, lias Juet beep perpetrated UT rworl lo Ilia (ranking privilege uf Premier Clemen- teau. HuiiiIredB of tetters bearing forged s'guaiure of M. Clemenecau and fonvarded post free uuiler Ihe Etamp of the mhiletry of war, have been received by electors In various departments. Tlic letters contain sug- gestions and directions tending to af- fect tLu chances for election, of various candidates. The premier has ordered a search- ing InTcaUgatlon to be made. PAI11S. Ocl by the ft-JE? police of men responsible for the "Internaiional youth" organization. hating In (heir possession unlimited propaganda filing Nov. 7 aa tbo dale Tor BD international revolution Krsnce, Italy an'l Switzerland, has caused a deep impression In politi- cal circles in France. The opponents oT Iho peace treaty were making UEE of the d'si'overy in Iho voUtlcal campaign inJ arc atluck- Ing, the treaty on Hie Krouni) Ihai the guarantees are InEufflcrpnl. plot was organized at Stuttgart by Ihc "CoDiinunEEl Bolshevik Youth" organization. SILVER PRICE BREAKS RECORD LONDON, Oct. Owing'to the persistent demands from China and the shortage of supplies, price ol bUvtr reach- ed fcjVi.pence per ounce here yes- terday, m new record. As this Is above the price at which It payt to melt down silver much inierell la taken in ths steps the QQvernmenl may take to meet the situation. AT PRINCE IS TOURING EASTERN TOWNSHIPS MONTREAL, Oct. Pririco ol Wnlc-s today In touring the eastern Ho ivill visit nt St. Niigos Shorbrooho. He- lurnEng to Montreal this oTcnlug, tho priiu'p'3 train will atop Tor a. low mln- uioG LeunoxTllle, Jllchmond and SI. Hviu'inlhc. NO COALITION GOVERNMENT FOR SOUTH AFRICA LONDON, Oct. j Prince Albert was tendered" a great welcome lo Uio clly iriicn ho receiv- ed the freedom of lha city at the Guildhall. Tlifl chamberlain. In welcoming Ills Roynl HJghncEH. men- OAPETOWN, Oct. Honed thai he had served under Ad- That (he government would resign If mlral Elr John Jelllcoe RB a nub-l lout-1 Scaled in ibc coming clecllon and enant In Ihe Bailie ol Jutland, It would col under any consldera- hi a services had Lean specially men- tioned. Prince Albert. resroDd'ns, aEEertcd that when his thoughts lurned toward tho tuluro ol the Empire, he 7ms con- Lion agree lo a uivon of ilie South African and Unionist nartlcs, was tho declaration uf Minister of Mines Malnu In a speech here. He vigorously op the suggestion for the appoint- WASHINGTON. Oct. dian Ef-i-onded tbe first buslr.c-s irutlon hofnre Ihc inter-j national -confereisrc. llavon Muyer l' 'Mr. HImpiion is .1 labor TORONTO, Mr, Dmry silco fknrt ri-plyinjt on hriialf nf I 'xivc jiu fflca of what Talih may be Ri'flt and. acc-nrtilRi; UT Hit (llnjir-, ho I F.nrii.tiv-IjTttir ihc rlMrpcs hi imy cif Blatc- lir.i hnnn oft'crr-rt North llr.irj'.. I vvhlrh :il- i! s. .Mr. Urury ER'rtlic would maloi a' cf.nle-i in bolli j uv Ijsiiur'f. r.pfoin'n-'cnt aflrr a conferonco Norlh ami Kou'.h llrant wo tin? Hit1 fabnr iiftcr he coul.l' finil out who Irn- Eenlay. iinv llfiiit lo dix-1 IIJIDII puMiolIo should Lot >Tr. Dnirr lahc- (ho Nuriii n-Ti'iE'M lo if-i. Kfi gnvo nf.v; UTP.T hr Ii3" i.i.isy: 'o that Ihc appointment rhf "rn a? A Kflrr'.t.r-J.itnr il? Jc i" only alicr Lnbar had If Mr, lo ]ih ''.l 1 h.-rrrj ivj j i..pcn f tfiroiignout, our joint 'rtoMi-c nt some- tlmo lo Vu- mui -H tii. Vannarj -Mr. UilJo fit lir.v-Kfr-rd, he.- ivlll Lr: atc-i-i-lo." i ;