Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SKMT.MriF.tt THE LETimmnr.r. DAILY NINE AVunls to Know anil is Hi'hind Conference lo be Held in Winnipeg WIN.Niri'G. Kepi. ".-The alien lion nf Iho ccnvcninu cominillec tljfi national conference on pducali wlikli is lo meet lu Winnipeg lias iKii-n directed lo tl.e patch In today's pruss lo the crtcc Ih.U Ibo t'liard of Ir.idi-. Is very large Body of ftu-ntalivo opinion throughout Ihe otnluion. Tlie sum ot money Lslne secured, is put al fSU.O'M In ihe Rteiua ispalrii and which luu been subacrib- (1 lu parl by Individuals, and in ueasure by ttic various notary clubs, s lo bo expended in the assembly am] LOlding of the conference, and la glv- effccl lo tlic findings of tho same, list ot contributors lo Ihis fund ;i atiiitnient of ejcpeudllures in- curriyl is available lo uny responsible jerson or parties al any time. ACTORS' BENEFIT FOR THREE ORPHANS CHICAGO. Sepl. 4.--Striking aclors -iiRagcd ill Hie benefit performance al tlu: Auditorium theatre Mils week an loday thai next Sunday's Esli'.blishmenl of urchy anil Rumanian tivily al lludapcsl v v V ff ff FAVOH DIRECT ACTION LONDON, Svvl. 3. The conterv.vAii vt.-.lay de- clared Ihemstlvcs in favor of taking a ballot on Mil question of dirccl action junl resolved lo volo Ju favor of FUI-II a ballol jt tomorrow's of the triple alliance of th.j VIENNA. Scpl Is Ing tie trend of events in Hungary with growing apprehension. The fut uro (if that former part nf Ihc'dual monarchy, il Ib freely ilid. hy bolh Iho press and men who arc trying to juide the country, musl have a grave bearing on Austria's .'u'.'jre which II- ficlf is admillcdly 'inierlaln. Tli'j ascendancy ol Ihe reactionary clement is fcareJ here to polnl the loail to monarchial government, ctth- or hy Ihe re-establishment of Hungary BS a kingdom, or the fruition of Ihc rc-porled Rumanian scheme, lor a dual Rumanian-Hungarian empire under a cr esi.licilly or imiillriily In all Hie lit- er.ilnre circulated hy it The war Ilirew Into llic sharpest re- lief ll-.c practical Import of the iileals CDiitrollinn national life :mil charac- ti-r. is more important than alTcrnoon donaUil'lo! Itumauian kinr. Tlic activit.7 of Iho Tanner royalisl clemrnts of Europe oulfldc 'uf Ilic immediate house of Jlapstmrg Is by reports from apparent- ly good sourcei that approaches hive iiccn made to a certain high .crionasc ulioEe name end influence .avc uol figured in recent ilh tbe intimation that he liie three tirplianci nan-nlB .were tilleil ty a Iraln al Hiibbird uu Monday cvo- iiniK. '.Vrs. Tonnc-r's tool caughl whili; _ _ Ibt iracks and ber by the conmiiHcc rind, eilh- 1 V. Tanner, lo sure her froin .1 fast railroad train, died with ber clasped In bis armB. THE RUMANIAN TANGLE 1'AIllS, Sept. supreme coim- the f Fivc oxpress atlenllun to Iho question ;i.s lo v.ii.il is ihe retation of tho schools In Ihe working out of iho.so? will be Lhe eeilera) Ibemi.' of luo coiifertMici- Iho profirsnn :ts .iclual- ly in xi alternpt to fncilitnlc u.'naidcratnu of Ihi.i lopio. Tlie Is who is pro- to respond No other, remedy will so surely and quickly correct stomach ailments, regulate the liver and improve the general health as a dose of Ihc notes of Ihc council and discussed tiie of a reprcsonlntlve of hlEli standing lo Uucharesl Lo inBist an initnedlale reply. No nienl wts reached, hut It is probzblc Iliat a deci.sitm will be arrived at to- day. The difficulty encountered hy Ihe cunncil ivas in finding a satlsfac- lory ii'iiresenlKtirc who ivas willing lo umleituke Ihe lauk. GENERAL l.MUTS SUCCEEDS BOTHA JOHANNIiSllUUC. Sepl. I-itul.-deneral .Ian Chvlsli-An Smuts accel'ted Ihe invitation of Viscount llmloa, governor- genera! of lite Union o[ Soulh Africa, to form-a now cabinet. This Is made neccEsary by Ihe dc'alli ot Gen. Dotlia, who harl held Ihe office of premier. w..... vou'd b- nccppLablc as eillier king or emperor" ol Huneary. This approach s said lo hare, hcen made through a nigh personage of one o.' the political lartlcs al yircicnt in tho csccudaucy n Hungarian polities. According to Information here. IhE nrlhcoming elections in HuiiEary point strouEi? toward n raonarchial JE. Premier Fricdrich'S an univereal sutT was to prevail and the exist literacy Investigate was to ba abol ished. Tbls means ll.s hallol lor 111 BOMB THROWN AT EGYPT'S PREMIER 11OMFI, Sept. (onrlusion al Ibutcd lo Iho. inler-allicd cointnil ccs inquiry Into the Kiume incident re so "enormous" ihe UiomalG Ualla. that they seem impossible coming from rriirosenlutives of ovcrnmenls wilh whom lor Tivc years laly has lived in Ihc brotherhood of rras and lo whom ?hn piven lum- uous proofs of friemlship. These onclusions. il reports arc Iruc arc ilosvs which would be haidly compre- icnsible, even if Ihe commission in- of being from allied nations, bid keen composed of olllciala of ihc old Austrian empire. nlo In June there were several clashes between Italian and r'rcndi in the city of Hume, il being llcKed hy the Italians th.it the French soldiers in tbe city were antaKOnictic .0 Ihe Italians and had Iramplcd upon Italian flags Tvhich had been wrested tFrom Our Oirn M RAVMOMU. Sept. On S.-pt. Ulh. i Ihe Kuymond lirst ward Ihe pgular yearly convention ol llm Mut ual Improvement will be lield. This is expected to be a no'.able gathering of workers from all pans of the south country. Four sessions will ho held, and an altraclivo j.rofirara of and addresses. wiiii inuelf, is announced. The boards aro working energetically lo make the convention tli3 year a slimulaliug and onthnsiasllc one. It Is announced Ibat Iherc will lie representatives from Salt Lake here, who will deliver lln: principal address- es. One Utah speaker. (Dr.) Jas K. Talinage, is already hcru. Khe is al present visiting wilh her daughter. Mrs. Hal Drandley. of Klirllng- Tho reprcscnlalivo of Ihe Y. M. 3l. I. A. is nol yet announced, but it will likely bo Moroui Taylor, scout commission- A mecling of scout masters and workers was hell in Jiaymond reecnl y v.-ilh -V. Skouson ol Lcthbridge, n charge. I'lans were laid at Ihis gathering for a great year lor boy scout activity In Ihe soulh this com- ing year. The Haymoud public school opened on Tuesday with an excellent attcnil- Devoc Woolf, principal, is'vrell pleased ivilh the prospects. Tbe Knight Arademy will open for class rt LONDON, Sept. 4--A bomb 'f was thrown at Uuzin Husbdi v premier of Kgyi'l, al Alexandria on Tuesday, accord- v ing lo an Alexandria dispatch received here. The bomb was C'jui-eali-i) In a basket of grapes, v but did not Injure tbe premier. v Thn assailant was a Iheologi- v tal studenl. SUDBURY WELCOMES PRINCE SUDBURY. Onl.. Sept. min- ing community of northern Ontario was represented fully in' the crowd which ivelcomed Ihe Prince of here. IhU alleraoon. Sudbury's cele- bration of His Royal Highness1 visit crowded into less than an hour's pace, of lime, bul il was vigorous nd fine. Tho station wa3 bedecked with bunting and a brass band added its note to tho gaiety. At Ihe smaller (owns along the Bay, Verner and and the unc-onvenial enthusiasm of the school children marked tho passage oC the royal train. from Italians in the slrecl. The ell of five of Hie- jicacc conference ap commission to investigat; Ihe. trouble. This commiUee completed ils work some lime ago, but the text of its re. port has not a3 yet been made public. POSTPONE ACTION LONDON, Sept. triple alliance of the railway employees, transport workers and miners al their meeting here today decided to poilpone considerntion of the Ihe 'question of taking a ballot on direct action in support of their demand. The results will nol be known until aller the Glasgow trades union conference to be held on Sept. 8. CHEERS FOR INDEPENDENT EGYPT LONDON, Sept. enthus- iastic demonstrations were held at Cairo and Alexandra on Saturday and Sunday In consequence of the receipt a lelesom declaring that the for- SENATE GETS work npxt Monday morning wHIi Tull corps of. teachers. Pres. Ascl I'almer, D.S., aud bis faculty arc inak- Ing preparations for the School Boots Jusl received a shipment of Boys' and Girls' School Bools. Boys, sizes 8 to 11 to 13 1 to Girls, sizes 8 to 10 11 to 2. lions arc made hy eolij icaiLcr. beat manufacturers in Canada oign relations cotnmltlee United senate had of the declared that Egypt jhould be Independent, at- cordlnE to a Cairo dispatch to Ilie II ia said that Said Paalia j- Mail. gloul, head ot the Egyptian nation B ____ tva al deputation In Paris, ol Ihe telegram to Cairo. the author DIDN'T.DESTROY.ZEPPELINS GENEVA. Sepl. (Associated dispatch received al Ro- manshorn from Iho factory, at Frieorichshaven today denies a published report that.the Germans had destroyed 12 Zeppelins. The Ger- mans their airships to the allies in accordance -witi the peace treaty, the dispatch says, with Ihe exception ot tiie latest types con- Etructed during tic lost nine months for tourist and posUl traffic. COBALT MINERS OFFERED'A RAISE COBALT. Ont.. Sepl. mine manners this morning Issued a state- ment of their position following their conferences with the local workers' committee. The statement offers a 50 cent per shift raise in iho basic wage with a bones tased on SO cenl. silver Inslead of per cent, silver, as at present- Tbcre Is UlUB Jlo raise in wages but Ihe men would lie. protected more against a drop m the silver martel- OTTAWA. Sept. debate on [he address was completed in the sen- te this afternoon nnd Ihe address was adopted. There Tvas nnly one speaker, Senator David being heard in French. Tlie address was then declared car- ried. Sir James Louglieed moved the adoption of a-resolution of which he had given notice, declaring "thai it Is expedient Uial parliament approve the treaty of peace." Senator Bostock. leader of the op position, eipreseed surprise that the leader of the- government proposed lo aslc for the adoption ol the resolution so soon. He questioned the regularity of the form of procedure, which was hy resolution. Sena'or Deque field that the com mons might adopt one resolution am the senate nnothor and. there wouli be no way of Imaging .harmony. After further debate the senate ac SEE OUR PRICES DeWolf's Shoe Store CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET SOUTH c.inflirtate. for th journed unlil tomorrow aflornoon." LIBERAL CANDIDATE. FOIXT AV1I.LIAM, Onl-, Sept..'4 J. CaHaghan, selected as. l-'il provincial house at a convenltomnel al Emo yesterday for Ihe district o IlElny Itiver. D- C. McKenzle nnfl C B. Fitch, Fort Frances, and K. C. Grin Bbttw, Rainy River, were also nom neled, bill wilhdrew, and Ihe conle was between C. D..Smart, of Emo, an Mr. Callagban, Ihe tallol giving Ca laghnn 7G and Sluarl 61." The nom nation standing vole. made unanlmoug by THE PRESIDENT'S TOUR Prices AT THE Market of Veal at, per Ib. ISc and 18c Choice Cuta of Beef at, per l'b. 15c, 18c and 20c Choice'Cuts of Mutton at, per Ib. 25c, 30c and 35c Stewing. Mutton at, per Ib.............'.. 18c Fresh'Ox Hearts at, per Ib................lOc F'resli Liver at, 2 Ibs. for.................15c Roast Beef Dripping at, per ib..............30c Finest Farmer's Dairy Butter, al per Ib........ 50c ME MEAT MARKET STREET N. :PHONE 43) Eer.L President Wilson In a nnal conferenco loday with. Senator HilcnTOcjU ol NcnrasKB, before hla'dcpnrturo on lila speech- making lour to Hie Pacinc coast, ei- presBCd conBdencc that the treaty fin- ally would be ratified without destruc- Ure resorvallous. The president told Senator Hitchcock thai in all of his addrewes during the trip ho espccled to emphasize lhat delay In ratlAcation wa> c'DBtriictive o[ legislation on the cost o[ living.the railroad Invcsllga- ,lon and reconstruction probleraa. OPERATE COAL DOCKS TO DEFEAT STRIKERS, DULVJTH, Minn., Sept. Decision lo opcr.ilo cotomcrclal coal docks tho head of tho lakes and not to nt- templ bargaining wllh slrlklnR dock- ers, wlio liava lieen on strike for tho past month, announced loday fol- lowing ft conference of heads or Sup- erior and Dulnth coal companies last nlgbt. Uchvccn 20 and 30 large steam- ers nrc awalllng unloading al coal docks In the local tny. AMBASSADORS LEAVE RUSSIA .ARCHANGEL, Sept. (Reuler's) U-A11 Ihe former ambassadors and consuls who ftrrlvccl here from Pclro- Urad lisl year have letl for England on tho Kllkcnan Castle, which also I carries Iho last batch of conscript Hrillsh Iroops. Thu Russians have la- sncil a proclamation lo ihe effect llinl nil nolshevlk prisoners are lo be en- rolled In Ihc Russian national army. The most recently taken prisoners arc well condllloncd and wear good great WANT "H-HOUR WEEK TORONTO, Sept. _wo> log conditions for all branches labor aldlialed wilh it and wag equal ID the slandard of cost of. 1 Ing, BTP tbe salient features of1 t lllh annual convention, ot lhe''Cana- dlftli today. A <4- hour week has become the slogan and several members urged Lhat this clause be Inserted in all agreements between unions aud their employers on thelr termlnallon on May 1 next year. Packer of x WILSON'S N FLY PADS VWIU. KILL MORE WORTH Of iHY. br all Clean to handle. Sold Grocers General Stores SCOTT Furrier, Higinbotham Block Our Business is FURS Never was Expert Advice More valuable. AH Work Done on the Premises It will pay you to consult US NO LABOR PROTEST FROM CALGARY CALGARY, Sept, men will not hold a mats Sunday -t to protect non-granting of ball'to the Winnipeg labor prlionera. The- local men .have tecided lo leave the matter In the hands oi the Dominion Labor Council. PROVINCE MAY GET FEDERAL ftOAO MONEV Sepl. li good chdnce of Alberta getting some of the federal road money Wa year, to be charged agalntt the. granla art.to .be.. marie from Ottawa to all the prov- inces. The public workc depart- ment, at any rate, Is making up a list of the road achemej on which road work has already been done to how many of them wilt meas- ure up to the standard! required by the Dominion government to qualify for the grant, and a re- quctt will likely be put In for a payment aee'j'dingly. PRESIDENT TO INTERVENE WASHINGTON, Sepl, I'resWcnt Wilbori htn agrcrnl lo unrlortnVe lo ln-lnj; about a cdnfrrcnic hftlw'cen rep- vcsfnlfttlvca bf llio steel worlcc.rs and of the United SUlcs Steel corpofn.flon, In an effort lu nvcvL a strike. BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT LONDON, Sept. weekly statement of the UanX nf Knglnnd shows tho following changes fn pounds sterling: Tolnl reserve decreased Circulation Increased SD7.COO Bullion, Increased, Other securities, Increased 1.G18.000 Public increased Hhcf rtoposils.-incrciiReil reserve, decreased IpfernTiient geciirittes, In- ;i creased -..The Iho bank's re icrve lo Itt'r'conl; 23.76-po of discount, i per cent. ROPER luggage is real econ- omy for the summer tour- ist. Commodious and am-. veniently arranged facilities for packing your apparel are a real saving on your clothes, an ad- vantage lo your appearance ana an enjoyment and distinction Inat reflects precise refinement, Here you'll find the most cleverly arranged, compactly devised "and durably made luggage of all de- sort of luggage that's best always and cheapest in the long run. We have just received a large ship- ment of Trunks and Bags, also Suit Cases direct from factory and our prices are (he vfcry ksl. 'The Alberta G. M. Carson, Manager 306 Fifth Streets..