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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOMJMK XII. U'.TIIBIIIDGK. ALBERTA. ni'.SDAY, SKI'TKMHKU 2, Nl MUKIt Coalition Cabinet Tottering, Gt. Britain Newspapers Attacking Andrew llonnr Ijnv for Shorlcom- iiiBS oT Cabinet Meighen Would Go Far on Irrigation Constitutional Limitations May Be Broken Down, Writes W. A, Buchanan TALKING NOW AHOUT elude that Hon. Arthur Melghen Is nol sympathetic with irrigation development. The obstacles in the W2y -arc constitutional. "I am (Onfident." Mr. Buchanan spcccn at Lctn-bndge guarded in lU txprev lioni of opinion. Being only one member of the government, convert in irrjqal OL trip j opened hit eyes ard IE the tiling that could have happened for irrigation development." "Mr. he con- Mr. Melglien would adviic (fie gov- coniulte'd tiii colleagues. (hat he will recommend the Land Settlement Board to place soldiers on Irrigated and it it likely nome lan-J in vatlon of Southern Alberta. He extensive scalp, and 1 Mefgnen, Ji perfectly iitijfied that he v.-'IJ do hit utmost I'j ingly about Kit vliit to the Ihe importance ol than' oeen their up for thai purpsie. Mr. Meighen will ier. Ihc C.P.R. Meighen IE prepared Lo 1: LAIlOIl (lOVERNMlCNTl LONDON, Stpt. aclivlly wil! evi- cfently be returned long bsfore reaiseniblcs In Octob- er, premier Lloyd George i j ex- pected to remain in France an- for-tnTght, but he has nl- rtzdy nearly finished his holiday And been busily engaged in the affairs of the country. Me is consulting memfaerB of the cabinet personally on home problems is In telephonic com- rnunlcatlon with both Paris and Lndon. InlartEt in city cen- tres about the new cnmpaign Ly the ntwapapers which is cent of that wnlcli overthrew the Aequith Government, tt seeks to inake Andrew Bonar L.-w. former Chancclhr of the Exchequer, the scapegoat for any governmental mistakes and shortcomings and cvcner.ites the premier on the ground that Mr. Sonar was virtually acting premier in Lon- don while Mr. Lloyd George engaged at the peace conference In Paris. The aim of Ihe campaign seems to be to discredit the con- servative tcctlon of the Coalition Government and to prepare for the possibility after trie next tjcii- era! election, of brining in A Labor Cabinet of which Mr. Lloyd George ecu Id assume leadership Parliament Opens in Special hf Local Member Sits on Cross Mrmoralilc F nclion at Ottawa When Prince of Wales Lays Cornerstone of Peace Tower of New Parliament Build- Happy Speech Refers to Future Parliament Wi'li a Power as Potent as That Oi the Bi'ihsh Parliament Itself." KING PARDONS 40.000 SOLDIERS rtOME. SeiJi. --Korty iliimsaini EnM- icr.s pcn'diifC'il ;y long periods .nl UK-HI OTTAWA, op- end in special nt 3 o'cloc.1: it) Is afternoon. The spcctli frooi tlir, ihruue. :n by tlin governor- KCtieral, was brief." H opened with reference to III'; warm welcome viiUii the 1'rincc of Wales in nil points he has visited :md emphasized from llu- Ihron'-. Sir d'scrc'- Ftmer. in luc house, iiivscjui? 1 usUiil pro-iorma hJH of oflli-p. KiH-akiui; iv, French, to! iho loml of tV- tjyciw Lcrs. Hir iiiuvc-ri Uie KlJreiMi from tlie ihrono to tukrn inlo j c'Qiisidf railun loinoi Thcsi fol-' That ilie UPS liutwecn Motherland jmrxlinr motion and the Dominions were never closer gnrdiiiK commit-; or firmer lliau today. houen uini! tn-' Tlio program o[ the session, FO far j morrow iiftorjicon. Tlu-n It. I'. as outlined in Uiu is of IJrandon, l.y .1. j iii Tiitlficalion of treaty, t'ncjIL M.iclnlo-ili. of Naiiniuio. timve [adoption or measures considered j ihe in reply and the "lobaVi' c'is-iLry by Ilic return nt peace and by will begin. U uas noted that .1. 11. Ibc lernis of the peace treaty, the lliirnhani, of IVierbuio. look h'is FCHI making of such provision -ns I the lic-nrhoF. may ho required "in with] A, nncbnnnii, of I.Pilibrulge, iv From Throne I the peace; iivaiy nnrt for other piir- Tills nflornoon'fi prorcediiigs ivorc jrlef. Kolloivinr; tlir? roadrnt; of tlic seatc-J near him, LcncUes. Hon. I- Mnilionzic Kinp. leader of ivaiclicd thu isroceeiUiigs froic i.ur iiiihlii- nnu J Price Said To He Same As 1-asl Year, Though Argentine Wheat is Sept. Final Austrian Terms j Handed That Country St. Germain Today] .________ i PARIS, Sept. revised text of the peace terms! framed for Austrian acceptance by llie peace conference handed to'ihe plenipotentiaries at Si. Gfitnain ihis. Tec :eii of HIP nions: In tiiiE. firsl i minion, Jlis Iloyal rrinccv of 51 a.i once re-news associations liis com- rifHh-s cf Ibc; Canadian army and aL Ilic same time uaderUkos the iruporiniLt duly ofpmaking liimself acijiiaJnlcd al firsi hand with Hie resonrce.s and development of uur coiiniry and with ih" idtal? and ills asplralion.s our Tlif> uarni and wclcnuK; whitli him is-fitt ismrance lhal ilic lies' wliith -Upiic nur country with tlie and thn olhcr IJr'jniiiiioiis in coiumnmiy iiailoiis v.'erct iKivor closer nr liniK-i- lliau today. The urgency'TOf iirnrcrdinc im- iiidliatrlv to (it T or pMCn between liif: OTTAWA, 1-- iLg. bin- hkv to ill ranada." Hi.- itciyal 'Prime cr tins r. i. oriHTEtane r( ill jica new partianj' n: luiiij j ilie laying ot ilin prinrn the Oliawa vsi- v I inaascd lor r.n parlln- _, menl lull, and lioiEtM iht new Victory Loan flas- An JEinnensc 4-ruwJ Fathered ou par-' Tl.t-FC hill (u The lay'nR of: tlc.5s jlv ,hft mid 'iF h wt-v of Ihc th" funciion. l "Well and Trijiy I I'i n: ti.e rc- iii a drajictl blur-. lay Mjt jilvn- irowel, rule ;uul wcodun mallet provided for ccroinony. IliF Royal ITfili- o[ public works, ihe rounded by Hie beautify, snd liiMoric t.ortlt] stuio, wliifjli. siii'ably gurerinnfiit buitdinfa. was f-'e.i elevated about ii [out nbove its varkga'.ed colors. The ai Hio j p. Hunter. Otpiiiy minisu-r easl Rale of tht tliroiifiLi v.'bici: j deimsiitd several .tlie jiritico. accojnpaniCit Ibc EOT- j lubes containing papers, tlroio 1, tlroio :n scaie. was al-; coins and postage in ur n in Of 111 drill IM I Mn Mill Irom thoii plated IU LILlll IU Iho front of ".ho new iiarliament j un die unooilicd ii Crowd al j "He's a Jolly (lood i As Train y: signed at elle on several weeks of nc Ihc Canadian in Lundou. acl- Jng for Llie Caiudifn board ha'a '.lie tifi'er of Ihc royal commi? on PHIIplies for EDO.Oili) toas of v.lioal or aiiproiiiualiv Ir. o.tifiO.oo.) This wheat will be shipped ncro-si the Atlantic before Ibc closo of navigation. While Ihc j price ot Ihc Irnusarlion rot hern made nubile, it Is inlimnlctl dial (he contract has on IL at lensl as favorable as last year's controlled prices. "Paymonlfl will Le made in Montreal in The ROV- rjrnmrnt will make .irrnngcnfonli lo Rupply t'nr, iieccp.inry loniiflgc to sliijt wlioiit. all ot which will liu SPIU from Montreal, It liopRtl Mini ihc mission would he ;ihln tn !ako all n[ exportable surplus, but Ilic jirlce nsTiCd by Canada proved an In- surmountable obstacle., especially when ihc British able lo pur- chase In ArKcntlr.c at a rate of a bushel. Aualmlia is still lioUling large lull II is doubtful if shipping will he rLvallalilo [or the this. Rumania's proapcct-s for export arc rosy. "The Crrcok government, who arc tinder contract to TCFPTVC nl least lonn a montti. hava in-1 afternoon. Tlie treaty was presented lo llie Austrian delegates by ITJ Paul Dutasla, general sccrclavy of ihc peace conference. He; J" j also handed lliem the allied reply lo ihe Austrian countcr-pro- ioHB' posals and a covering letter reiterating that Austtia had pre-; cipiated llie war by an ultimatum unacceptable to Serbia. II was scl forth, however, lhal the allies were to: assist Austria lo adapl herself lo her new situation and to' j admit her in llie near future lo ihe league of nations. The treaty was presented in French, English and Ilal-! ian texts. I'olcs Capture After Sliff Western Defense of MO.SCOIV [FIERCE HflHTING ON AHCI1ANGKL FUONTJ 0. II. U. Diirknes.i is Dissipated As Miners Sipn To (in IJark lo fhc mnximuni inonlfily nunntity of Iheir ctnitrarl amounts tn' fiOff'tona. The (JreoH wlicat 1? beinp purr.liasied at [ho ninrkuL i-rlre. The lialaiicc of ?nr pliN will Ronrl markoM." MAYNARD WINS AIR DEF1BY The following communique TJC-PH Iho I'olisli MillorlllCA: 1 cRpliircrf tlio fortress of flob- M'hich was strongly rlcfcniinl, SVn used (auks In support of thn In- fnntry ami f.00 prisoners." YOIIK. Allf. Mentcnanl B. Maynard or (lie Unllcil Staler army air service, won (he Inlorn'i- llona] aerln) ilerbr ticiwepn Minco.'a. N.V., and Toronlo. Canatla. covering Ihc lOOtJ-mllo round trip course in mlnnlcj, il was announced to- jy tho American Ilohrnjak is IdO miles soutli of Mlnik arrl jj of great slralegir im- portant'O, constituting Llie western dc- fenfe of Fierce Flghling Qoino On LOXKO.Y, A ofrtco (ommunltalion SAYS; j "KlgMMig on tho railu-ny conlhmctl all rtrfy Snlnrdny. i _ August no, for Ihc of Ilic i TVeutenniiL H. H. fleorgs. fly-1 villftgc of Kinptsa, which rtiangcd (v IriK time IVBR B23 flnljbndl hands snvcrnl llTncs, Hrltish j second. Llenlcnnnt H. GM; ongagc'l bi ihls fiRhtiriR. Our 4 hlnl, willi :i Dying time of niln- alnncu heavily bombed Ftaotdkn. lluialaii Iroops atUcktd nml fapturcfl v Mcrlis, 15 miles c-ar.t of Kmpts.i, nri AiiRiisl 2ft. lahiiiB HO prisoners ono gun." fKroni Our Ortn COLEMAN, Stpl. Fridzy nlghl, for llie first, lime in over three months, Cctcman's electric lights blazed forlh in all Iheir bringing an enj lo Ihc strike which had lasted since tAay 24th, and spelling the end of Ih.e O, B. U, in Idls vjcmlty. During the afternoon International Member Leavilt eompleled the or- gnnimlion of the Unions of bolh the Inlernational and McGillivery Coal Miners, and the men arc once more members of the U. M. W. of A. It i; expected thai both mines will begin shipping coal -early in the and will in the near future return to their nor- mal output, June 'IS. compelled me 10 snnmuiii Si-Iiw-li rvrnfi lonj? dnrpticn. My arlvisors arc of the opir.ion that tliip treaty ought lit raliCed on behalf of Canada with- out Ihe approval of parliament. AutbenticHtfil copies whl be lirforo you Tvtilioiil delay for your cojifideralion. In addition yoiKWill he askerl lo direct your attcnUon lo otlior incluilin.? those render- c-tl immedintoiv necessary ijy anproarhlriK IT turn ol anil Icrnis o[ tiic peace treaty. llnnorAbio cenllemen ot the llnupc of Commons: Katimatcs will he laiil before >ou making sucli Tmanrial provis- ion as may hn in cuiinec- lion the rcoce treaty ant] for other Honorable geniicmen of Hie (jcntlcmen of tlie House of Coin- in on For more llinn fivft years the world lias endured Iho dcvoslR lion aurt lioiror o' war forced up- on it by an intolerable spirit anl Fortunalelv our country been the rnirt ruin ufiich Imvc heen upon many otlior mit onr in the war lias in- volved heavy hurriens and sacrifice.'! ivliirh onr people have borne wilfi an unflinchinp. ?piril. thnnkfulnesR we realise Ibal' the TvnrM emerges viclorioua fivm il3 long struggle against the forces nf barbarous milllariara and The labors of rf-con- plructioii may he dimcuU and cren p.iinlul; mid TV-P must undertflkc t'irm ihe t-aniB rcsolvo antl inflexihlc purpose aa Fuslaincd our cITorls during tjip, year? of ronflitt, To yon and to tho great unllon TTbosc affairs are comrnit- ter. lo your chirge. 1 hid OoJ I in all your ihoiisands of (Ulava's loyal ;0vcr. and. wailins tho cornersujno peuplc vraiic-tl for His Hoyal rlropned in to place. bmgs; riicers gixiufiecl that ilia royal [tarty j ihj.s, His .loyal was approach-UK and :i mSimlep j u, front of the platform after (ho state carriage viih its and In a clear voice delivered his ro- of dragoons up 10 the platform j plv ,Uc prjnic minister's address. He j------------- .which liadljpen crectert on ihc base lo lhti jnll lhH( cornpr- -t i !tnp tower. j Slone of the original parliament buitd- OMAHA, hepl. _ Uoyat HiKlmess aiul the HJU caoilal. durtns which f.nn he alightcrt (-.nil advance.] .won his way lo the liearls of pvors'-iuc ,o piatrOrm. where the prince his t'QCKl lellawEhlp and [rom yqartl of honor. ;sniilcj. HIE Prince of Hales was Eircn i Hc lhen proMetled willioui delay to staled Lliai spomi id aend-prj when he left lor j j cl ,hc Eljaril- donc, he. jsovjrmnenl J.Montreal al n.TjtQniBiii ine sa.iw agajn iciurntrl lo the itlalEorm hv the ereM war anil cime oul Blroiie- 5Pint oi hoep-nB faith with the fB'ip.c' ______ p; u was T T B U LLL11N a v iiariiflmt rr iuo, ho KOH-KATIflCATlON ftaVS, BrSk? icom'aiiBht OI'M'EACE WEDNESDAY Itself. ings bad IICLMI laii! hy his yrandiather. Ktlu.inl, wlitu he was I'rince of Wales, and that of the present butlil- by hi? uncle, ihe of Con- gather Eo ,m to hi. l iupalnst the public, but Lhuy -veiT, i ii'glit ;ur a few ser.ouds. statioii It was afler a dilve '.branch lid IchuertnK crowds and the station well tilled v.itb the people WIHJ I led lo cheer hini. On hlo sirrival on, platform His Royal Hig i cballed with several ministers .officials ihero, including Hon. .Marim i Hurrell. secretary of slate; Ron, C. H. I Men-burn, minister of militia; Hon. MacVenzic Kins. 1-ibcral leailer: i Col. gentleman of j (be plaU'oriii and vault to the u-ar plcps. As Ihey did so, His Royal I leaned over and .shook hands with each ol them in turn. Il V.MS In Illip strains of "I'cr Tie's .lolly Good Fellow'' that tie hart mounted the 0'ITAWA, Scpl. lit will move in HIP hotiSC ol {army and n.ivy and of all the govern- commons approve of lilt'i parliament nnil Oluun, i.i i ll-1 llTiltV pcat'O aiul till' IJI'dlOt'Ol- Sir "Obtrts Speec JhtTOld, Vcr- i sallies oil .HlllC 28. 19111 I I'ruinicr Sir Robert llorrten follows: Your tlxcellcncy. Your Hoyal :nesK. laditR and More lhan hall a renturv ago. VA- SOON ward. I'rint.e of Wales. laid tne-Ioinul- ation of Ihe which hns been Ijalcr after the car boean lo nioie the dream had be- and as he stood smiling his _ 'hErnine n rcaltly; rasl territories were to !lic crowd, men began to run nlonK be mnilf un Mini CJly, ,sooll Hie four original prnv- j the people nf Ihe nsu'-born BRITISH DESTHOYER SUNK ,Dominion [omul Ihemscl.Bs rontrom- !pc] Uip lank of >velrtmg mlo a lie isolalcd rpramnnillcs scalier- iv-is- Inr froin to 1'acilic. ol crealinn anil ElrcliKlheliiliE n national spirit ar.c! oslim.-.linE anil developing Ilia resources ol haU AVHli- in Ilic hall? of that first jiarllamenl house, statesmen wliosc names are inseparably associated will] tho his- [orv o[ our (Icbated the liol- uhich ilclcrtnincil its dcstillT. LONDON. Si-pi. 2.- isli (Ir.sli'oyoi- X'ii'loi'i.' ileus ot his car, and ilic cheering i ncdocd illicl Mink in Ilic Hallif.1 astnl until Ilic train M'ss well mil ot Tlic last junction in dinner I at govtrnmeiH lionsc, foHoweil more rounds of EOK ai Iho Tloyal Ot- Club ilul'nE lin: Bflcrnocin. Ilir adnnnilly amuiunccd. 1 (if her ri-rw :irc missing. MURDER SUSPECTED The nmgiiUiKlc of Inc lask dcmamkil anil fottnd in ilieui breadth of vision, strenslli of and conspicuous couMvss. Tlicir labors am! their pur- man. firsl I fii Hie wfnncru tn Ihc rollalni' announced Thursday Tlio Iliroi i.vlatora flnlshlr.: r frniy pjlols, who made IVj fiishl Ii. DcIInvtlan 1 madilnc.i ojjlppc Hi I-lherty Tlio plane', entered In Onlci- lo 'tsl the rvltahilily of Iho Ain.c-ricau-, iniif'c army ji'..'.thinea. There wer-! nlrnien pnli.rcd in Ilir face, i if (iic.-c. flniiK'l I.-K rimlir! tlip. LIFT HUNGARIAN BLOCKADE WASHINGTON. Sept, .illicd block.ulo .-ic.iinsl nimciiry wns llflctl torlay. flcstricllonn re- mpiln. however, on nil commodities which will lie tinder Lhn control ot IRRIGATION bCHEME At ;i incdlinR hr.-ld nt' I'.ni- ilrira recently (he. Onlral Soiltli Albrrla liriKalion I.raJSUC was forincil. Milli llie nljji'cl of hrlnglnR (lie cli.MricI from jiiiii- noil lo Sibljitld under Hie water lo ho laken from thf; flrd Door. The of- Jirer.s vrcre elected: .1. of jirealrtartt: Chaa, McArlhur, ot Slcvcvllle. vlcp.- JVtnrlorn, Fccretnry. WASHINGTON, t'al rtturns from Ihc strike vote jn progress among the rail- rojt) shopment indicate, union said today, that the men neeep! Hit advicc of Iheir of. fleers and [cave the m.lller of ,1 In their pendinn the result of efforts lo reduce the cost of living. TOASTED ABSENT PRINCE TOUONTO. AMP. lunovniion niarlied Iho (tinner siveii to Gen. Cur- rlc last nlghl. After the initial loisl to the Klne halt been hcarlllj- offered, Gen. llunn care il loasl lo Ihe Trinec- Tcnn.. Aus. :ld.- Hoc- in -I. Cooper, a .Vashvilte attorney ivho arqtiilled of Ihe murdtr wcro measure crnwfl- Iformer United Stalos Sen.Mor BdwarJ i Cil when the Dominion in whose flit-. Carnmck. in 1SOS. after a they held so Just and firm j con- jtlonal has Ijccu missing s'.uce. I iidencc Inoh Its nrouil place amoiiR iThunlay nisht and tho nations In mainlsinlns the world's lie was nmriinrril nml ble hoilr thrown i liiflico on tlio baltlpfielil and at linlo lllchland Crctli. in'llelle Mead conference. I Park, a suburb. Tho I'olicr are i'oilay arc iirivilexeil to call leine the rrrck ami searching tm ttie'uyf" anollier Prince of grandson of the peacemaker, ilo lay the cornerstone of Ihis Lowor Mvliich Is lo crown Ihe builder's work. Ihnn'K him for his presence In'' Cl'KlJ'II Out Henl 1 which wr lind a impny augury ol onr KKOINA. Scpl. 1.--WUIIC IhfirllTiisllnjiii. an Klcrii h'ulol'nrni-r relation tn Ihc Kmpire. Througli Ifittlitrs wert at Jansen. 1 Ullc-d on Simitar night a; (lie ,.csllU thin Blaicly iiorial wtl! pass Ihosn jnurl Iheir lumbers were sluij.pii'i; ai I or a., nulomuhilc ac-cldeul, wliicli oc- tllc wonderln yj.ars lo come slii11 fix r-hildren of ;.ira-! currcil nn, almiil idchalp lh? tiring Iii n ifhii-c. miles this cilv. g rep I or nalion lhal Is to he. Here Driacnll office were hwncrt !__ _ _____ llc 'tapeA the duliay of a conn iVilh nn Kiidiir M- irv vrliich In the lifetime of scan i ran. on 1 c( mj perllnpa surpass in wealth" (''itflicrs IlayinK, Molhrrs .Sliof ping.'Two 1'niuilies Nearly Oul i KILLED IN AUTO CRASH of Wales. It was drunk wllli inendoua enthusiasm. 1.4 It Ire- prob- ably the flrsl occasion upon irlilrli Ilic I'lrlucc !ins licen loistrrl In litj ipiibors who tho rlwelliptr in i llaine? to (lift fpol ;iiul fouii-i nn j living Ihinp around anil the [to DEMAND RESIGNATION OF NEW HUNQARIAN PREMIER l.tlXDO-N. Kept. 1. HUciilcr.l Ucports reached Ion- don front Vienna ;md llcrlla lhal llie allits presented m i-l- llnmllim to Premier I'rlrrlricJi o[ deiuandinx IIH rn- slgnatloil. One rpporl Trieilrlch declined lo flcflu'escc. ivhllc ai.'cther aseeris Ihdl Iis resigned and tKnl a niinihcr ----------......-........._. list ol ministry has been prc- remains of only four were rccognlz-1 setied In Ilic allies. 'Ncltlicr re- On tile TC'.nrn of the inollirr.'i lies: vas too to search Iric'.-. ruins and the Imiltei In Ihn Mr ivhern (ho structure carried Hn collapse. The ston' of Ihc Iragcily nol DP lold hy reison of [he (te.ilhs of ihc children. Two of llie viclim.i fere of Ihts fam- ily of Councillor Colin Monroe antl four were those ol Hoy McKnlRlil. oldest of all hoini nine years old. The I nble when foimd, Coroner Cl.irk iin- i panellral a Jnr.v nnrl Ilic vcrrlirl render- waa accrlilnnlnl, i port hns broil confirmed. i poplllalion the MnllicrlanJ front which' ratiifrs rapic. Of our vasl resources anil of its we hive IpOE since ceai: to douiil- yc-t Ihesc arc but as i dust in Hie liiiinnri; unless we preserve nialnloLn tho ctiaractDr, anil tho purpose which Intone can give lo any anllon a 'A or conspidoiis place In Iho Juaft- v'mpnt of manhinJ. 11 is well thai vn wlio come after us should all limes hold Ihls truth In memory. The slory of tha five years bids us hcltevc (lint i it will r.ol be here f, tj j. ff -'f v j o( 'or B'llllln lilt 'commllBilies Ilrllunnlc. ;