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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta yOLL'MK XII, li. ALBKhTA. SATVIUIAY, Sl-PTKMIiKK 0, 19UI Vress tin esses Unit (iencral Elec- tion and Prohibition Refer- endum Will He On Same Diiy UKI5LY ONE OF FIRST T11UEE OCT. MONDAYS TORONTO, Sept. is gelling ready Tor an election. The definite step for this action has not been announced, but the man in the street is Cooking for the vote on the referendum and id- provincial election on the' same day and he has his eye upon one of the first three Mondays in Oc- tober. There is an unusual ac- tive stir around political head- quarters these days and an an- nouncement Is expected any day Already there are 45 constitu- encies In Ontario where fiomina- tlona have taken place, and there arc other constituencies yet to select their standard In 19 of these eonitltuenclei, Con- isrvative have been choien, and before the election practically every conitltuvncy will have held Its convention and will have choien a supporter of the hJearEt Adm1nittrat1on. Like all other muthroom move- mcnls, tht United Farmcn of On- tario Ic making the blggeit naUc up to tht? presn I lime. They have Already selected candidates In 30 of the province; net nil their are farmers eilher. In Eouth Grey, for Instance, where Hon. Dr. Jamie- ion, speaker cf the house, has >e- ciirsd Ihe nomination. Dr. George M. running for Ihe Unit- td Farrtfn. Same of Iheae. candi- dates have announced themielves KE with Cancervallvc and For the Lioarnl party, there 'i7 nominstloni up.10 date. Labor hat only candidate in the rleid Niagara Falls. This IB Chartes E. Swayzc, who will be opposed by D, D. White, Liberal, and Dr. Muigrove, who wMI'un- doubtedly fi'el the nomination and who ic the present illtlnn member. In all probabil- ity; UsPt Hamilton, represenltd for some years by Ihc late Allan Gludholmo, will select a labor candidzlB. PRINCE TO VISIT WASHINGTON, NOV. 12 UV.c-s arrive iu Nuvt'juljer from have licit yet bffii L'lil it )3 OHjeclM iLfti wlillc 'ti iliis imy lit- will be the Kin-fit tti tlie iircaMer.t nnJ OH- House. HOUBUTSON MAY KKS1GN SENATE AND CONTEST SEAT ici' Arsrniuift Tenders His JEcsignalion Following De- feat in Lust Election 110X. J. A. HELL WILL HE TI1K I'HEMIEK lawii Member Asks Lcgis' ion ID Hchabililaie Can- ada's Velerans C'llAKLOTTKTOWS'. I1. Arsi'-siaiilL lernnon oallud on J K. I.. S ciT nnmccous: jiroiests of [he Auiimn press rho treaty's leriiif.. U sceitis In line, however, vrliii ;lit remarks that llur ciiancellor is rvpuiU-it aa having nmdc on lesv- IHR St. Cunnaln Tnepday night ivitli jitie filial drari ol Hie Iveaiy. Jle then adopted thai whih' he thought thai Auiiria, in her reply, should agRtnsil (lit rigor of the icrrliorial clauses In tfce Ireaiy, lhe allied coin- Hcing UvKed By Canadwn 1'ed- that the economic h _ ____ siiuanon ut Austria was understood uerfecily by the conference ami ihat u beneiolant allilnile had been thJH case, has np- be the sovcrniiis one iri Austria's cB.se. nigulng of ttic treaty, now Indicated as near ni hand, will far jotvard roinplviing tbe work of Pool of Small Firms Have lleen Ctuahcd Will Orgaimcd TORONTO. Sent. Ranizalion plans were mapped out Ly 'the (.'auadian Federation or Lihor uloiln? session ol Ine lhe conferencc. The (Icrmau venlicn yeslertlay. It is Iba mleation lreaiy. already hJivine lieeu dis- ot the teder.Mion to isproBd p.ropPsanuR cicailjng up 0[ tba ne- [furlbcrinij the cauie of purely nat- i lvitll AuBtrin win leave ot tonal Labor orgftiuiMloDS tbruughout ileilluff iTlih the former nnminini, Tentative plans j CPIlLral (111iy willi 1 Iluagarv and Turkey (o be dls- tor R special organizer who oj jormulalcrt in thij regard, which or Balearlan' lias will uiake a Inur ot llio pruv- vir.uallv i-ouipletej anj it is llke- Inrcs and couijjtife aiahisL the eii- i jv to MC 10 lhc croRchmenU oC Ihc One Biff I'nlon in a week- The Hun- the lauor field. The VIEWS a'L tho con- l treaty is not so lar along, but vention luday were that the One Dig j tt Js a lengthy pcrio'l will be Union failed in Ibal il ellminalej the i required lo shape H once Ihc allies .very factor cil jare Eatiiiied of the permautnce o[ tho Herald, the labor orsan (his morning, omy ts One I3ig Union brings all iHunsarian Eoverntnenl. Various minor I The decision was decided, the news-, trades under one domination. This IB] treaties, sncli as those with Czccho- paper yay.i, ofl'ing to tbe "strangle by Hie Canadian Federation Jugo-Slavia and llnmania rt- Labor lo be prejudicial to Lbfl inler- Larding their Ireilmcnl o( ralnorilies e5la oi vsrious crafts, as each Individ- (and Iboir ;n lhc Austrian flnan- i _rv Supl. Hritisil Boverntnenl is LakiiiE drasllc measures figlu American packers, fBVB the boiil' 'big American packers are eic: !lng on tlio Urllifih provision Impor Nincfccn Thousand Men Will Quit Work Tons Daily Loss In Occupied is I trade arraneementa virtually IJSVG j orRanizalion is in i rsl art! slill nendlne with I been completed lor the CEtablishmem icquipjicd lo dircel iln own ,parllnulAr joujectlnns to their terms-registered by Anil This M'as Likely Ihc Cause i of Purl Co'boinc Elevator Explosion 1 _____ I POUT coi.non.vE. om.. Kept. At. HID inquest horc'latl nlghl of lhc dealh of ihr viciinis of tlir elevator! ion Ftardlng- plvcn by A. K. Harvey, rncchan'cal siii-erin-; cf I'c.f} cicTctor. lie sal A vfh'lr; dusl were, in ;st tho ibu '.tans to various lofts were yijjy Jp.-ul open ivns In Il'O K'ilt-r. never liart tbc luails j lie w.i.l had l-iwl t htiCii optn BD'i-tr of liic l Inns very rnalcria the danRiir nn explosion that day Iroui Chicago ar.rl wns prclly sfiid PARIS, Sepl. -Tim clinrnbc-i' of Harvey. "American grahi is n.tiiilly yesterday dlscuEFed tlic fhian-1 more tlusly tbau our own Sentenced lo, Death smd Towrvr-Fined COLOGNE, Sepl. dis- turbances between Germans and British troops at Euskirchen, 20 miles southwest of Ihis city, re- suf'rd in n soldier being badly in- jured. The leader of Ihe Ger- a man named Kupper, was and sentenced to death and the lovm was fined marki. ol a brokers' pool for firma afialrs: I-whose buaiucBE lias fallen to. almas; j 'nothing owing to" Hie alleged opera- 110115 of (he packers and who refuse. Ji lo throw In Ihcir lot with'the packers.! The Herald quotes an officer of ihe J Ifooil mir.iF.lry-aa saying: j l "We aic lo arrange by tbc Iraders may have, a Elinrc in Ibc Iratlr. formerly was in the haniis of Ihc American packers' aginls." Ruuiuuin and Kerliia. j. Tlic -Turkish- treaty s promises tu prote Vlic m'ost ilifdcuH -reiiifliiling task of conference, il hcfng so f with Ihe qusatlpii-ol. niaiidatork'fl which !s ttll in .a unsettled slate-. i RUMANIAN PREMIER DEFENDS ACTION VIKN'XA, C. Brailaiio, Humatiinn premier, declares thai, in of Ills rtfcslre lo retire before l Tile Resent Offer of Inlernjitionnl Al- lowing Stay in Strike Action PH.. n. Icnfilfijr session of Uio jciiil clauses 'of the peaco treaty, iflfia'ouc, Socialist, EidTOcalctl Ihdt the (society ot nations aeaumc a .propor- Uon o( Trance's debt. M. Klntr, inin- ister of finance, argued (hat tlic solu- and HuriEDii Company RrJcv- lion ol ihls question, which Imd been nncc commilleo bore today, orders reached, vras lhe beat lo ha obtained for n geiieral suspension joiner iho circumstances. He saiil cf work In nil lhc collieries operated tnnt Germany ovcnlaally would pay by (he compnuy in the L.ickavflnija nnd TalleyG, TSvenly-3lx collieries will bt closed men affected by the slrike, whlcb will bo lhe larpesl In Iho an- Utnicifc sJncc lhc six slrlkn In These miners produce in Ihc-nctRbborliood of Ions of coal dally. Tlic susipcnglon hccoinos uflcclivc 7 o'clock morning. He- ntlilcvj (lie orders Those Who Oppose Ihe Peace election, be has decided lo rc- _ lRl" office !n order to lake over iier- Defends Shan lung Settlement ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sepl. c.-Tn two art JLdrc.Ese5 licrc yesterday. I'rcsldunL "YVil- j son discussed at length diSpulr.d I points of ibc peace Irtnty and invilcd those who opimac It lo prova whether sonol responsibility (or nol Lho Ireaiy of peace for a.> cording to special telegram.1; fruni Hu- cbaresi. He sajs ihal fuHowlas (bis net inn in reKartf to ihu trealy vritU Ansirta he will resign from'office. In UHl Kent Complaints "arc not absolute contemptible J y Ifimtlers if they do not sec the game To Hoard nf Commerce C.W.Y. A. WINNIPEGGER DIES Kepi. II. Pcjjler. one ol Winnipeg's' beat tinnu- clal and really" ILIGJI, died .liroujrli." i allernbun from an affection nf Hie The pretidenl defended the Shan-1 heart, aTler lllncs.s 'tif uboul provision as lhe only solution pos- Pepler had been n real-' against fr.niiing rtuFt from Rraiii nted from lhe desire m; Ihc: purl o( ehippers in avoid by C-h'na cHn.be asslsled in her olforl to rejain control o( provinces, rlent of since 1SSO, ICr; was born in Drhlol. KnglRnd, In lii leaves n willow utnl four children. joint mass] OTTAWA, Scpl. meeting of Xo. 132. i iviih .inc application of the fjrcat War inid -1S4 T.-as held lasl night Lo I Veterans' Association of Canada. Man-1 roncliicr and vote on lhe proposition itoha command anil others ronccrn-' v A T V 1 'O "So by not having iho Irailn lo Uir rulr.siitlcJ by AVijson cf the iisg hoitfio acting Chalrnmn j "nil 1 i fans open, lhc livus UTOSR men j United Slates IfJ :ill shop'cralls on i O'Connor "of the lioarJ of commerce} vy-cro probably sjtrificeil." observed HID American continent, nainely, (.'ntindn announces lliaL lhc board! Crown Attorney ('owner, o' Wcliand. j the prnsiilen! lie nlloived 90 dnr-. has no jurisdiction in lhc matter. llnrvoy iidmif.cij ihal lli-s danseriing which time nil fnrthsr aRilatlon Inrge pnrt of Frances damages 6 for tbe "work of re con struct Ion. Tlui minister p.ddeil lb.it lhe credit of; cr: France WM not Imperilled. t At Iho conclusion of llio the i cbaiuber adjourned llll Tuesday, WON'T MEET BEFORE MONDAY PARIS, Sep. supreme coun- cil of tlio peace conference will not meet again before Monday. Dominion Government and Great War Veterans At Variance Over Bonus TQIIO.YrO, Kept. Tilfi Slnr Its news columns I oil ay says: In emmenl Js.sijf-d n rtply lo Mio TRI nns, ataliiiK thil Ihey nol "Tho Great War VDlcrnus' Assocla- lion OWL the (cdcral ifovnrtiniciiL arr> ifisouM Ic suspended, to give him Xrsl. Tlie frail will be unmapped terri- tory. IIONTUKAI.. Sepl. through Hie iibtloincn Tjy Constable l.cgnauU of Ihc Craig Slro.et Kajt station. John Clarke. H5 yeara olrt, was t.ihcn ta the huspilnl Jijpii lasl night anil is rcporlcd in -A critical rondllion. The shooting, as for as detectives rould loarn. was the result of ft misun- derstanding, Ihe victim thinking thai he was entering hlS'horoc while in reality ho iraa entering the home of Constable LegnaulL Constable ihe acci- dent went lo tho alatlon nnd made n complete report of Affair. Al llin same lie Indl a clmrgo ngnlnst the victim of being under Ihc liifliicnre Of liquor. i EARTHQUAKE REGISTERED Intensity Debate on Address Drags; Consider PeaceTreaty Next OTI-AWA. firm handllriB of the profiteers again Iho feature of Ihc house debate for o( defaulters under the Militmv Ser- vice act. To llic Inllcr plea, Dr. lhc c.-orcktl hy. Ihrscljmogr.ipli nl acorse- Univcrnily loflay. Lrginiling all of SI. Jolms, thought llio problem? of n.m. conlinulng si) minutes I Ihc dhlurinncp was l I P o rci3t of living were' of iii ot lo Canadians' llian rntirlra- 'In South America aboill 1 600 miles 'mlnlnn IL VVRS .high timo Irom _____ dustera anil Ice cream They had failed to rto Uiclr duly- They should be punished. The coal c{ liv- fnj, loo. wes not new problem. Bui II aroused attention (odiy II affff.led those col affected before. __________________ On Ihe whole, Iho debate o-assplr- s Possible revolullon. As to rallficn-J illei) almost without incident. ARMEG MINERS ON MARCH tion 0T Ihs treaty, Ihal according to'There every eipectatlon It isouU _.-..... Mr. Demcrs -would result only In Can- lhc house ro.ip, bnt CKARLESTOWX, Va., Sept. 6. ada-blndlng herself to financ'al and acting leader of the onnojllloli Inllln- pleas by Governor Cornwe.ll I military participation In any lial there were others to> last night that they return to their I caused hy lhc dlclallo.i of one- nMho for the -government to take action lo ovoid further crime and n-orJs. useless lo fu replied tiol II ira.i nfler clc-faullcrs n-llli 500, nilners, said lo ha armed, left Oak GroVi) ibla morn'ng anil ed to rnnrch mjross Iho mountains lo Ooal fllrcr, where It is Ihelr plan lo force unluniiilbu-oJ From olhar nicnlhcrs came criticisms of llio Rorormnenl In regard lo Iho ccijt of llvlnf lhe further flea (or niiCncal} m fat'or apeak and It was-firtjoilrned. An. de- bale on Ihe peice Ireaiy has right of way beln'cen Thursdtif' ii is nnltkcly that dohale ori the ad- nlll be rcanincd uetoro nfii Friday, ;