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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Xll. UITKDIUDGIi. ALHEriTA. 1-IUDAV, SKl'TKMIiKIl 5, 10HI NUMHGK22I II TIE I'lan lo Include Austrian Repre- sentation in Itcichsrnlh Knocked in Head ALLIED TJHIEAT TO OCCUPY LKF1' BANK 01' RHINE e f.- 4- o- t GERMANS VERY SMOOTH v Rftpt. (Via German reply lo Ibo note of llio allies with fiard to rcprescnlation Aus- Iria In liic German rolclisratli says the German peace dclcsa- lion informed tlio nllrcs on Hay 27 tlial Germany haJ no to ino.'lily llio Aus- tro-Gernian by v violccoc, but coultT noL unilcr- v lake to a Gcrrnau-Aua- triau -sponlaucous lor -I- union wilh Germany. v c- v o BRITISH LABOR WON'T USE NATIONAL STRIKE WEAPON Local Member Resigns II i IT s 1H71 e Job As Unionist Whip; CALGARY. Sept. Calgary Herald Ottawa, correspondent wires: "W. A. Buchanan, member for Lethbrldge, who has moved over to the cross benches, has again placed Ins resignation .is government whip for Alberta In the hands of the cabinet. "Mr. Duthanan offered his resltjnaliory Jasl session Vr'ften he w'ded against the budget, but at the request of Sir Robert Bordcn remained at hie posl. As he has now definitely decided to take a cress bench posi- tion, he feels he can no longer act as whip. His reslgn-llon likely be Miners Favor IMnn Hallway Workers Against It As Too He Discussed at Trades Congress Which Meets in Cllasgcnv Next Arthur Henderson Hints at Labor Government. n.uiiK the I ili will bo i sKov con- li will OP-MI i 'i UYO out-i I.U-XOOX. o. I scores of resolutions I submitted before tim Cl gross of trades unions wh ;oost Monday there will j Mauiliiig subjects.. which Uopit-s the livirlir-il th.lia.io at nil labor gathering in rct'-nt. months. They are ttie nalioiiilirasiou of in- tins tries like coal mini 3 aiul mil ways, Lieut D. McKillop, Old Timer, Is Appointed Postmaster Here titut. Donald McKillop, M.C., has been appointed as postmaster at The Herald receded word lo that elfecl this morning from Ottawa. No word as to hi-j appointment has been received by Lieut. McKltlop, nor do pos'al officials here know that the appointment has been made. The appointment ot Lieut. HcKillop (ills a vacancy created through The death In action of the late Major Alvin Ripiey, who had held tnr position only a few monlhi when he left to enlist a: captain In the 20th Qatlery, C.F.A., later going to France as O.C. In charoe of the battery. Now, one of Ihe late Major Ripley'E men has been chosen as the ent postmaster to (ill trw vacancy. Lieut. McKillop enlisted In Ihe first lew weeks of the war the 20th Battery, leaving here with Ihe rank of corporal. At Camp was promoted lo sergeant, and on the field he received his comni.ealo i and decoration for his good work. The appointment promises to be most popular. Lieut. McKillop is the oldest ton of Ihe late Rev. Chas. McKIILop. Lethbrldge's pioneer Presby- terian minister, and Mrs. McKillop, and has lived practically all his life in Lethbridge. For many years prior to the war he was with the A. R. And I and C, P. railways, and since hia return from the front has been conductor in charge of a mixed train running out of this terminal. I Move To Tie Up Dominion Oiv Kept. 17 if Strike leaders Not Freed .MOVEMENT BEING ENGINEERED IN EAST 1 ITALIAN WOMEN GET THE BALLOT Sepl. i-hnin- bill K'.viup' 11 n] ia n women tlio uf suffrage. Evidence Brought Out in Trial At Raymond of John King WASHINGTON', Sept. 5.-The Lest ,of Mid ultimatum from the peace con- ference to the Herman government dc ma n cling cliroinuLlon of the provis- ion of llic German constitution pro- viding for representation in Ihe German rclchsrath was made public today nl llic slate department. It asserts that in ordering an exten- sion of their occupation of right bank oC tho Rhiuo In event the- demand ii not complied wilh wilhiu ten days Kept. tlie ftllicd nnd associated gov- ernments, will nol pledge themselves not to taXc further measures to force compliance wllh the terms of the treaty. A summary of the ullimalum was contained in press dispatches from Paris of "Sent. 2. The full teat The- allied, anil associated powers have noted lhc German1 ronstitutioii. 11) 1919, and have noted that Uie provisions 61 Iho' second paragraph, article' Gl, formal violation of article SO ot the'peace Ircaty sign- ed at Versailles, June I -This violation (paragraph otic, nr- lido Cl) by stipulating the of Austria lo tbo rclchstag assimilates this republic-to tho. German lands which compose the German, empire, tho assimilation of which Is incompat- ible witu the independence of Austria (paragraph two'j. lly admitting nnd regulating Iho par Help a" I Ion oC Austria '-In Ihe Imperial council lhc nrllclo creates n political bond and political action common (o Germany and Aus- tria in tibsolulo contradiction with the.independence of Iho latter. Con sequent IT, the- allied and assoc.- 1.ited powers, alter having -reminded tho German government that article ITS of the German .constitution de- rlarc.1 "provisions of tho treaty of Ver- sailles can not bo affected by the ron- rccjueslloii the German gov- ernment to lafcc measures lo suppress 1his measure immediately by declar- ing the second paragraph, article Cl, null and voirl. Without, pledging themselves nol lo laXe 'further measures in case of re- fusal ami In virtue of the treaty, (notably oC .article Iho allied and associated powers declare lo the Ccrmnn government that violation of It.i pledges' on essential points con- strains them, If their Juat demand is not complied wilh within 15 days from the present time, to order at once an nxtension of Ihcir occupation oE tho riglil bank of the Ilhlnc." U.S.IlSilE CHICAGO, Sept. Deapllc earlier tftrials, II became positive- ly known today that the govern- ment, with ri special grand Jury In scaal-Jn paving the way for prosecution of tho "big five" Chi- cago packers on charges of re- batfng, price cutting and violat- ions Of tho Sherman ant! law. Oliver R. Pagearl, special as- sistant to the United States at- torney-general, who arrived In Chicago yesterday to prepare the way for the court action, BO stat- ed, HAYMOXD, Sept. King, ivlio was apprehended last week by Conslfihles Ualley and Reid of the A. and who laicr wne remanded I liy T. J. O'Drien. appeared yes-' ItrtJay before lliat magistrate. Kliig" was amis ted on a charge oE receiving stolen poods, nil of which 'were cr- hilrilcd in court. The room looted like a variety slore, clothing, boots, bridles, jewelry, hardware nnd sundry olhcr articles being grouped conspicu- ously about tlic courtroom. Kin-j was given his preliminary hearing and sent up for trial at llic'next session of Iho supreme.court in Lethbrldge. Tho most Interesting testimony given at the bc-arinu was. that of King's adopted son, Ix-slie Kins, of r.ge.- He testified that, he knew, his mother stole tlic goods In question fur she had naked him to nccpnipany LeV on her expeditions. When Mrs' King, who Is doing four months In. the provlnclal-pall at. Kbit Snsl wILh'-lhc goods, the witness Elated Lliat his father had ad-] vised her lo "lake Ihcni bach." Ljjile. i lold.lhe court that he had left home I because his mother persistently urged I him to co-ttperalc with her in her xm- lawful practice. Oilier witnesses called were Wilton] Heninger, who .claimed the voliinio set of hooks called "The Uook of a piece bag belonging lo his wile, and a volume on diseases of the horse, bearing Kay Kniglil'a nanio and a note telling that tbc hook TVAS n ciCt-from D. H. Kllon, of Uth- bridge; Mnrshal HcgEle, Loo- ter Ooustable Dailey. Mr. Jlendry, who appeared for the cfenflanl, objected to the InformaMou, arguing thai tho liiforojalion contained n the search warrant did nol describe ho offence. The court overruled. Lhls )hjcclion, and Ihe prisoner was bound ivcr for Irial at llio next, supreme court .j. i awl the policy of "direri 01 .j. j Hie employment o( a sirike. I a weapon lo enforce loiiiiral do-J mauds. Il i5 virtually certain that Ihe policy uf ilirert n- tion will he rejei-tert. It originally lulvoiMtO'l to cornpsl the government to ritiollsh [cor.SLTiptioii. from the Tins- 'sian uiiliUry enterprise, liberate con- objectors and abstain from I employing troops in industrial dis- The government lias already i these anil, since I the whole country uitli tlie eiception 'of tho Dilremists is against "direct action." it is quile improbable lhat it jV.-ill Le adopted. Tho. miners will ail- jvocntc it snd will in jus.ifi- jcatfon of their stand Uir.l Ihc mere _________ 'tJireal of its cniiiloyiocni to jintliifincc the govern in on iwlicy in] )SS Bencher's Ililin'r Hcplv lo [Hie desired direclion and was, in fad. rn. I the aclualing motive hi tho decision to ilinsc Lall I1 or 1-IIS jiiberalc tho consclcntiouF objectors Rcsitrnitlion Croru Ruasiri. i Railwaymen Agsinst At ypslerday's ;il the triple'alliance of raihvay THIRTEEN KILLED IN FRENCH TRAIN WRECK I1 Kept, persons worn killtil and 40 in- jured in a collision between trains noar Tuulotiz Mils SYDXKV, .VS.. Ecpt. the Winnipeg striUc leaders now Imprison- ed in (lie west are released on hail be- fore Sept. 17. Canada will Lo lied up from coiis-l to cunbl by a gigantic strike embracing every industry un- der union control, according to a made- to thu Canadian 'rc-Fs toitay Jjy j. A. Unit- ed Mine Workers' district secretary. McLarhlln the situation as serious in tho extreme unless the authorises graul The- Winnipeg inc-n ball. The threatened strike will lie up the coal mines of Ihis flislrict and IK Opinion of Premier Unit- i.jtnictieally close doivu jndnslrv Jn 'Sydnoy- A gigantic mass meeting of District 20 in being arranged Tor Sunday next al Glaco Day, lo be addressed by Jl. F. lllackstone, of San Francisco, an1 It is probable llial on the same day in Hun- gary Desl roved OTTAWA, Sept. H, Burn- ham: M.P. for Pctcrboro, has made a reply to 3 dispatch sent last nfght from his native city in which It was stated that a petition was being circulated requesting his resignation because of his having taken his seat on the cross benches of the house of commons. He has wired a Pctcrboro paper as follows: rjicpalrh slates that petition is circulating in -Petprboro for my retirement ow- ing lo my going to benches. in protest of continuance of new Unionist party In power without going TO the people first. Since I regard .it as a breach or faith wilh those who voted for Union- ism while the lenge the petitioners, if there arc any, lo gel the announced backing of the Llniori government, where- upon. 1 will Immediately resign my seat and appeal to the people. Go to it now or workers nnd a maj- I orily of '.he railwaymeo ilje I lo postpone a volo uii the of "direct aclioii." j Tilt [orcmosl labor leailcrs of the E country, including.' Robert Saillic. [leader of the miiiets; JameS Henry Thomas. icenerareecrRLnry of the Nat- ional Union John ;itoberl CHiitK.-l-ibhn Tlotlge, lormer inister or William James I Thorn and lien Tlllon. present Find Seal (o Oppose the Grit Candidate PATHS. Sept. J. J. C. riratiuuu. ]liimanian premier, hos advised Nicho- las Misti, Rumanian represenlativc Man in Windsor herc- receipt of Mm lallnr'a dfs- patch advising bim thai (Ho supreme council of the peace conference had prohibited shipment o( arms and Wl.VDSOIl. OnL, Kepi, thinnt-i! by Lhc convirsion to Ihe iloc- Lrines of Ihe United Farmers of On- tario of, its most prominent members, tht Conservative Association material from Hungaiy to llumania. The lelegram declares that notes sant a meeting will he Leld In Syd- ney lo discuss Ihc Winnipeg situa- tion. That the strike mentioned above is being engineered by O-B.U. leaders in Ihc vccst, Ihe Herald has very lo Bucharest hy the i supreme council reason lo helievR.. O.U.U. havo not been received, and asks M.jdists have been busy in Misu to especially call Ihc- attention of the supreme council lo the "clan- irou" and pernicious character of propagan- easL vc- nt KingsTllle yesterday volley it has aclpplocl. toward Hu- ed lo-Tind a canditialo to oppose Lam- hcrt Liberal member in Ihe 'Tlic Ilumunlan governmenl Is ab- Onlario for this consUlu- solntely convinced." Ihe lelGgram'con- CI1C.. [Knufcs, "lhat in destroying Tlalslierlam Not n tingle name was placed Ilungary il has rendered eminent lore the convention, the delegates in service to the allied cause. As a con- the end d'ecUtng'to defer further ao-lEClueRC? nf lhc condllionB Imposed "VPP Rumama wiUiout latlng account sacrl ,ces of men and ma cnals the nirelin" and tlie decision to tlon until nfler Ihe picnic at Learning-j .stnone liallot; w'nlcli was report-1 ton ueit Wednesday, wliVn Premier' Hearst is expected to heal the breach Delegates (o Dominion Congfess Instructed to Press For Six Hour Day VANCOUVER Sept. The fi-hour day, wllh n 30-hour wcclt, tho recog- nlllon of labor unlorta and collective bargaining1, llic right of employees to organize and' tho establishing, by Iho Vflrioua provinces rind not llic Do- minion o[ a nilnlmura wlil lie urged by the delegates representing tho Trades and Labor Council of Van- couver. Tho body recontly organized by llio Infcrnallonnl unfor.s, the (IclGgalca nllcnd (ho confcrcr.cc or employers nnd cmpTpJces Jn Ottawa this montli. Tim, delegates also been plrucled to urgo the ndoplfon of the prlrfciples embodied In Iho Inbor char- ter In Hid peace treaty wilh the ex- cepllon lhal Inslond of Ihn S-hour day and Iho 4S-limir week, tho fi-liour day and 30-bour week be adopted. CARSON TOO BUSY TO VISIT AMERICA DKLVAST, Kept. Rlr Kd- ward Carson, Iho Ulster leader, nnnoiincctl last ntpht that lie WOB undecided whether lo vfsil America soon. The announce- ment wna mftdo during an "ad- drees al an anti-home rule meet- Ing. Sir Eclvfaril added lhat he v IhnughL hla I (me Would "Le ftillX occupied here." oil by a considerable majority. Is ton- [sltlcrcd a escape From an t awkward posilion. Arthur Henderson, leader of the labor parly In Iho bouse of commons, at London last night, charac- terized "it as a "wiso and conimenOablc decision." lie .-nriinlUcd tbci worliers must relain tho right to strike for In- dustrial purposes until sociely Is-bel- ter organized, but declared they might not "set a bad example by substituting 'direct action' for the ronslihilional measures which nre provided." Mr. Henderson said IHey bad to envisage lllic possibility of organized labor he- "ins ral'-cd lo torni n government and risk themselves Tvliclhcr In lhat cuse they would allow a "minority in opjiosi- Mon lo program for soc.lal and economic bollcnnonl to defeat, lhat policy by -.inconslitnlional mcani. Situation Less Grave LON'DOX, Sept. industrial Kitual'oii in OreM Urilain at the prca en I moniPMl seems far leaa grave than Humanlnu govemmsnt ni a c iaV be In parly ranks.. Government Troops Against Spartnciin Outbreak of Murderers I obliged (o cons-'ricr Ihe advanUges of j withdrawing her troops across -the j Dviila, in southern Russia, and dccllii- all rcsiionsihility for Lhc chaos I to -Tvliicli that parL of Kuropc may be reduced by llic dissensions of the Bol- jfhevikl, royalists and reactionaries. I' Ntvcr Got Notes PARIS, Sept. minister of war at Tarls has received a wireless mcssngo, iiccordhig lo the Inlransi- ircant, says lliaL llic RumanUn .s sent 75 radiograms (rotn g Lbc lasl two weeks, b'Jt I none have arrived at Ihclr {leatina- I tlon. Rumania's failure lo receive at llii- [delcgaMon ha: Paris during Wednesday, Sepl. Ccnsfance dispilch says that govern- ment troops occupied the prin- cipal bniHings. in Munich, Strong I couVcii's noVeH. patrols hove beci: guardlnR the strccls Icharcrl the 'messages of Iho suprcinu council has caused much discussion among the members of the council. who first lake Ecrlousiv Ihe Ilnmar.ian Kovcmmcnl's announce cenlly. working umlef cover, anil from wbal the Herald can loam tbey irc counting on IHu .success of a Do- iniuion-iTide strike to Tree the Winni- stride kaders and In ivin hacX i Cor ihcm the prustlgo Lhey have lost in Lhe past two or three months. "We are not worrying about Ihe future." said a local O.B.U. roan lo the HeraliV with a significant the other day! "We know Epmo Ihiogs, lhat arc going to happen the public irosild like very much lo know. Wo wjll win out yet." if significant that "the" first1.in-.-. O.U.U. leaders, when radical was launched Iji Calgary last sprmg, was Lo Dominion-wide strike this fall in the bopb of ticlng up coal production anil the ralhvays just at the lime coal and transportation would b.a most needed.' The fact that th'e mine'workers ol still, affillaica the Inlernalional is nol bothering O.U. U. heads In the west. They are glill carrying on their propaganda Ihc rank nnd file and- admllledly arc Just nwa'.llns a good opcnine lo strike. The senllmcnlal possibilllits In connection with llic Winnipe leaders are not being overlooked. fince y. as an attempt by co Work Ilelng Sonic Doubt if it 11? HciidyThcn a few months URO. when lliore was nlmmjsis nnd Snarlacans to ovcrthrov.' threat o( a complete unhenval of labor.! governmenl was fcLircd. the Eclilcmcnl of the Yorkshire ii lifiiiR on lhc crlEc of a volcano, which may erupl at any mom thc'diaiiatch concludes. Murders Sept. coiiclud- !ns examination, ot Uavarifln ronimiiii (if I Great magnitude, aUliough sninll I rtrikes in various Industries are sllll .frcriuent ami trnnnvny .arc Lhrtaleninp a nnfional walkout if a fFpTlnl lo T'IG KcralflL RAYMOND, Sepl. Favoraljlu pro- gress is being mnrlc on Ihe Provincial School of Acriciillnrn. nccording to Government Supervisor McKcllnr. thoiiffh delayed by the "slowress of ma'.crltil arrlring from Hie cast, !ie told your corrcspon'lcnl. lhat Llic Luild- woulti be ready (or Ihe roof about Ion clays or two vccfcs. In wage advance is not Granted. Gener- ally, however, unrest throughout lhc country has been lessened 'since min- isterial revelations o: llic nation's grave fin.inclnl position ulilch seems lo have had a moderMlng Influence. Inrlup.nlial (carters have done their ulmoEt In impress workers whh the Imperative need of speeding up Hie in- output, anil nloreovcr, the leailPK. tliargctl wllh having nnfr- tlcrcrl in Ihis city last l-'eb.'n- ury, il was revealed litre today thai council" of tlic communist government moved from M'illel.sbacli-1 cr palace to .flic Lnllptfri Bymnaginm HIP rlay Hint ttin massacre of Shows Signs of Early Petering _ rnilli Tho Raymond School of Agrieiil- Kpvcrnmcnl early 1 flan lure ivlll lie tr credit to Ihc town nnrl tlon proTuliUE T.or week nnd _c inclu 1 flan province." -It wML lie a large, hand-] some anJ modern in every j particular. Tlie plans Icing used herrsl are stnillar to Ihose followed In lhc construction of trie various oilier jjciiOOls uf Ihrongliout Iho province. The Fchool (s (o ojien N'ovemher 1st. but Supl. McKellar Is ratne'r (liihloiis over the lie Toars that tlie Imildins will not be rcatly for occupation hy thai date. U.S. SENATE WOULD NOT AMEND DRY ELEVATORS STOPPED IN METROPOLITAN DUlLOmO Sept. roll call tho senate today refused lo amend ttio prohibition .enforcement i evening exodus, bill so ns to mako It rrinndntory on' Ihc coiirls to impose Jjil sentences as lvW VOnK, ScpL Occupniila of olflcr-s In the 50-storey Mclrojioll- lan In3urnncc lUilldlng wore mnrrjoiieil fu Eky'fcrnpor quartcva fur nil hour yesterday afternoon ivhon the -II elcvalora running hrwuiac of n strike of lire in en ivhrt Tn.ihilahi the liRlit, heat and power for ihc blp strucliirc. A crew of atrlkcbrjakcrd wag obtained In time to care [or llic well OK fines on convicted violators. LLOYD GEORGE TO PARIS PAIUS, Bcpl. The Tcmpn Is Informed that llio Urilish prerulcr, Lloyd Ocorge, nrrive In Tnrla nexi iveck, where he will con- fer with Premier Clcrncncnau on sev- eral In ivhlch bolh (Ireal IlrlUln flnj France arc Jntercjlctl. KIEV TAKEN DY DENIKINE FORCES LONDON, Sepl. tion of the occupation of Kfev hy the forces of Gen. Dcnlklnc, tnc anll-Bofshtvlst leader, In south- western Russia, has been receiv- ed ly the war Gen- pen- Ikina's troops took the town after two days of heavy flphtlng. m occiirre.1. Evidenrc adduced _ during Hie day showed lhal this "inner j included M. Axclrnil, ft Una-1 iXivinc Nisscn and Dr. .1 JULY i.oiui. llavarlan tainmimisl Icad- ,0 b [rora tbc Mmiich Much will now dciieurl. on ic coming lirlnps a serious Ivnnrc in the cost of living. KI Mirnlowcil in liicronscd prices of kl11 (hc (ini1 t tenderloin. j'.fter- cxnmhmtlon showed dial 'Special ti tlifl Herald FKIIN1E, Sept. wire from [iplaln Jtescolt, of the Ferule Itcscuc j Station, who was in charge of Hie Penile team at lhc inlernalional con- Icsl in c-ffiriency of rescue worlt, stales that tlie Kcrnie learn won third place in Iho contest, in which slxlccn tuams conipeled. First and sccoml pri2C3 to teams from the Unittil Slalea. Kernie was the only Cana- dian learn lo get In'lhfi winning in the Greatest cuiitcsl ever licIJ in weslcrn Canada. j Tlir. following were Ihe men com- i poping Ihe Fcnilc leain: Caplaln, OTTAWA. Sept. ifahnte on Hescott; K. Wm. Green, Ihe adrUeas already shows signs" o[ Samuel Hilton anil Arthur Hancock. ill of whom are well fcnown through- oul- the Pass lor Ihelr efficiency and interest In '.hat valuable service. Inn saving nf llfn and the care of in Jure'1 men in case of accident. Main Talkinjj Poinf PARIS, Sepl- Gas- Ion Qulen, on trial before 3 court- mar charged having had treasonable dtaliWgs with the 'Germans and of having betrayed Edllh Cavell lo Ihem, waa today canvicted and condemned to death. SUGGESTS BRITISH AND YANKS POLICE FIUME I'AirS, Sept. undcratood lhat Ihc commission'of allied generals sent lo Fiumo lo Investigate disturb- ances llicrc, In which French soldiers vero killed, has made recommenda- tions to Iho peace confcrtncc which Inciuda maintenance of public order In Fiume hy a Ilrlllsli nrnl United Slates polJcti Jorce. URGES DEATH FOR Q'JIEN Stpl. form a- lion received al Iho Husslun cmhtissy lo Jay from Indicates tint re-1 been given" lo municipalities lo pojls 'rcgflrdlng Iho evacital'on o( thai wflli prbrilcering. bc'ng done uurtcr the Hoard oi Commerce Act. Wllh nil the invcstlgAlions of the lest three ;nul a half Mr. .Mc- Kcnzit- Ihc government should have lipfln ready lo reduce llio coat. ot ncressitlca wllliout delay. Sir Hobert llordcn rcgrcltccl tliati il had nol liecn possible lo appoiiit I the board of commerce cnrlter. He re-1 counted Iho slens taken lo brlntf thu board Into bring immediately fitter (He passing of the ncl. Furthermore, Kir Robert paid, power' hatl previously PARIS, Sept. of death against Georges Gaston Qulen WAS requested of the court' martial which Is trying Qulen bjr Prosecutor Wagner yesterday, Qulen is charged with having had treasonable, dealings with the enemy and 6f betraying EdTth Ca- vell, the English nurse, whO-Was executed by the Germane in 1915. l of tho Kolchak govcmnitnt pro without founOntlon. With HIP LalUc lines graduallj1 advancing nnd with rcfiifocH (nlo Ibo city, thn cables to the embassy said, It was but nnturnl lo remove the lioapltnls nnd similar However, neither the government or pbpgiation has aiiy Inlcnlloivof cvflCilflUne the city. of.Ihe Holaliovlhf has much accprding to Iho dispatch, nnd Iho Cos suck 3 -'In Skbprla have lo Ilolshevlkl.. ANOTHER FRENCH MIiLE, France, Sepl. on- gaged (n reconsl ruction work In llic Jciiarlment of Pas rte Calais have atriiclr, dninandlns 17 francs for an Thero was much laughter Inter when eight-hour day. Instead or the exist- J. II. Sinclair, of dnysboro, oharge-1 fng average rale of the mliv'stcr of rnllwaya wllh pro elrlke commfMce estlmnlcs lhat filecrlng. The government [pOO men arc Itllo because of llic. according to Mr. Sinclair bousnt cod-" flan, al four cents a pound, rookeJ It nnd sold It In Ihelr dining cnrs Iho rate of ft 1.30 a pound.' also made lhc charge that the government was running the country Into "nebl at IrouhFc. WHERE THEY BELONG Sept. f-. Three hundred alien cncmlOB who had interned In Canada during the war. embarked Ihe rate of an hour; and waste from Canada under guard yesterday Ht (he present tlmo "like lhc Holy Ohosl.' _____ slcarticr [to ;