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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. LKTHBIUUGE. ALBEHTA. MONDAY. SKl'TKMHKIl 8. 11119 Speedy Advent of Labor Government In Britain is Seen President Hunn-ing of Glasgow Lalior Convention Declares Jt Js Coming QUESTION OF DIRECT ACTION ON TJIK NAT- URALIZATION OP C031IXG UP GLASGOW, Sept. greai question bcbforo ihe trades uiilor. co rig res 5, the nationalization of the coal mines, and ihc for bring' Ins it aboul, direct action cd by a iwwcrtul Krouy of mitiu work nrg, was nol prc-Judged by 'he pres jrlent oT ihc. consrcsa In his address before the ojifiuuK session of the body here today. (J. II. Smart Unnning, sec retary ol tha IHKI men's federal ion Is acting as ilic presidium officer Indicated that, lhe prelmiinny com Tiiltlee had resolved to leiive ine ilc cislon'entirely to the congress, Hi charged the Roverr.mpnl minister with responsibility for tbc agiiatioi in favor of direct action, dcclarln that their conduct, especially inrvi o Premier Lloyd George, "had destro} ed confidence and provoked susjilcio that Ihe premier, to tide over a leu pomry diiflcuLly, was ready to nmk promises without ihc intention ol per forming them.'' President declared it necoseary IhXt labor increase its prc ductility, but ho denied that "wa weariness" was reflected in ine E nation, even In a lower influstriiil oui-, put. He exhorted Ihc trade unionist! rot to impair public confidence: ii them by calling unofficial strikes anc repudiating agreements, lie confidence in 1he speedy RdvcnL of a labor government ami said il was to earn the nation's re- spect. President Dunning denounced lhe against Russia, as thorough- ly unpopular'Ti'lth thft British working class. The world congress of Inbor called to iueeL at Washington tins fall, ho Deferred" lo as an "immense project, a.great and bold Idea." present considered lhe Greatest" brer held in Great Brjl aln, '.with numerous questions to-be threshed OUL in debate, .comprise S5D delegates rcpre- enlljig approximately work- ers. Pershing Home BOMB ATTEMPT ON KOLCHAK'S LIFE OMSK, Aug. :i6mr of Admiral Kolchjk, h ad of the Omsk government, coincident with his return from the front .has creaked ruirors of plot ID .-.59 JE- slmle the adniu-al. is authori- tatively stated, however, that the accident was Lo careless hand- ling of the crtnades by Ealdi-rs, six of whom were killed and a doz- en Admiral KolchaV's house was damaged. MUTE MOTHER SEES CHILD KILLED BEFORE EYES BY AUTOMOBILE WINDSOR, Onl.. Sept. able to shout j because of being mute, Mrs. Alice Draper. Saturday afternoon saw her four year son insiaMly kilted when he ran in front of an auto driven by William Foster, of Windsor. Foster is helnQ held at police headquarters rending an inves- tigation of the fatality. .umanians to Sign Austrian Treaty; Ask Reservations Will He Opened Pskov Next Wednesday Jsi.vs Kepui t JJ01.SII1ES TO TIU-; or ESTIIOXIA DENIES PACT TO PROTECT BELGIUM TAIIUS, SeiH. of the ruiiel Slates pene delf- -aiinn deny all knowledge of Kolchak Armies Commence Counter Offensive Whk'h is Gelling licsulls LONDON'. Sept. Ifr; beiwctJi UK; K shevik sovoriitiien'.s nesl Wt-dncsilay. a Sept. tbak. head of iLe ineni. Ijpyan against iht? ;ui official day. a __ The Ilolt-bevik envoys the Ilclsin stars corr Knl-.llite Daily Mall, have govern- I'ITC ,iiidepaudoiuo nm] itivio'ubiliiy of Ksihoninn properly, itui il ia "EsLbonia HOT btv ;ki on Kei'li 1. u iruiii tli'; .stipulated 3IR ROBERT ILL OTTAWA. 1o a rather Sfvere chill, Sir Robert Bor- der ii confined to his room and will, be unable to take part today in the house debate on the peace treaty. In hh absence, Sir Foster will lejd the house. Al- though no serious nfter effects of the chll'i are considered likely, it Is probable Sir Robert will be like- ly to attend the Eittingt of the houie for the remainder of the NEW YORK, Sept. Amid the. screeching of ilrens from thou- sands of factoriet and shipt, the J steamihip Levrathan her i dock inHHoboken a few minutes aMer B o'clock this morning with i Gen. Pershing and his. staff an board.- The yreat steamship was greeted down the channel a convoy ol drstroyerj, while seaplanes circled vcrht-Jid. Tlie forts guard arhor honmed n fieneral's xaliiic is lie ship, -ivliich uas once ihc pride of Icrn-.finy, -rfrpt pnst fin-Jrantlnc ar.il. osnl Ihrongh the narrows into tlie larbor. When nslinrn greeted by Secretary of War j Baiter and oilier lijglrilignaitirles. civic1 ind military. Secretary Maker >vel-' coined1: (.hc'Commandcr In chier o[ tiie editlonKry forco In bcbali of Ihc I'mlcd Slates. After exprfesslng his own gratitude for .the return ol the reail letter from FresidehL Wilson tcll'jig, of his regrel ai not-being able lo join Ib-the. reception and pay tribute la the returned soldjef- Alter ihc flriL greetiiigs Were over, Gen. Perilling mafic this statement to the press: "There I'E not anything pi conae quencc lo say in clrcumatanceR Iliesc. It is overwhelming, -overpower ing- To say that I'm glad lo be liomc is I accept, this: hi the name of iho brave fellows wbo camn iiovai. i Tlirec Sleeping Cars and Dining WiH He Permitted To Do Allies To Send Sharp Nolc To (Jennanv VIOLATING i TKBATV ACHEEMENT ON QL'ESTIO.V OF AUSTRIA PAINS. suprpnm 'jnt-il i'f ilie coufcrenre iiifDnntil Rumania (hat she1 nni'i sijii ihp peace treaty wilh Au-iria wilbuut or Ab- ?iaiu from siEtiinp. The [lumannn uelpfjallon [iut ye1, reui-lipd a deciFlou in innuet. Tlic Holslicirjivi arr on ilie roltoat. Tin- llrilisli hate __ the Fierce Tigli'- f-il thai negotiations shall be not held t inr is in progress in ilji- region of in Ksihonla, this wllli a view 10 prf TO11OXTO. Hept. Trans-contin Valootprovsk and Koorgnn m line venting ihc llolshcvik delegates (rnnj CDTal number UTO ot ihe Can- along Tbc Tobal river about mile? ;adian National nalU-aya system was west, of japan Troops ts Remain A Bolshevik vrLrolcfs disp'jttli tronij TOK10, Hept. Japan i.> no: plan- jiijng io withdraw tronp.q from Siberia according lo. an official .-laitmiu'ii Fncl Thiil Causing Talk asserts ttial Kolciiak applied to Japan lor utTering comppriEalion Knsaian portion of i and Ihc -----_ _. lhe war office. Ilic- Island o! Swollen ami Ilic -.j..ar Irora ,hp witll region. of troops fropl Siberia." iV BritiEh Leaving Archangel slaicnictii -liei> Scjit. nf'n.ay nercssilntc Ihe sending of H'ir Archangel hy ihc llrllisli CTpcdiiioii- f0 nlal countrr." foriv.i !r. ii offi-: Punish Von der Golli cially aunonnced here toduy. BULLETINS RAIL STRIKE IN IJ. S. AND CANADA LOOMS. UP over and lo the best oi their ability, making our possible.1' PUNISH AUTHORS .OF ANTI-JEWISH POGROMS LONDON'. Sepl..S.-H was nniioimc rd today at Ukmlnian thai Iho minialeriil coljncil of Hun garj- lias decided lo-apnb' Iho dealt] 1 penally lo'Mho authors o[ tlio anti- Jewish pogroms. _ wrc-fkcil near Thai-lake, o? mile? ot Caprool. early yesterday morning and over 20 j-asFcngerp. most ol ihc i anil young children, ivtrc I one Ionian very Rcriuiisly. j i Three sleeping cars and ihc dining' icil the track antt overturned, ontl sleeper dropping Julo the Uiitli. Ini-! prisoning the passengTj in iheir berth.} and nuking Jhe nork of rts-1 rut tixcecdinelv difiicull. TLe '.rain i Lirevr ami male passengers in ihn olli-! jC-rs pars had 10 cut through ihc flonrj lor this car ivilb. axes be tore they! j liKttT IX. Sepl. cabinet has ynit-J lo withdraw the refractory "irijTi 1 dc vision.'' ircinuiandcil Oen. von Idcr from iuiniejKtzuly. jdcclirbig thai ihnsti Ilr.Uii; turners for grains of Inul tan not I jjiR-ji concesFlbus TvcuUn he idiscrlminalions agahisL other mfas lUft cars overturned.! jThe nc'inArHls-thc Was quilo dark al the time, whltli j jal snliordinaiiu.i of Geu. von dcr to the- Citilemcnt and coufii-i-! JtroopR and threatens to r.-ilhhold lUtirj ion which lolloweii. Thrre ras only] Tbe lrait. at raln! W> miks an hour rten coath jumped the Irack, l.-.il j apparently r.oMccd by 11m1 truT. ah lhe continued for! II- lp yield. i; lojiplpd-ovnr .lhe pa-.siMigcrfi iri j Thfi fJpmian outposts, have HIP lowpr berths were thrown oui. been fishiing the Bolshevik1, nre now ]tifc in ine upper bc-lli? were j as several of ilie berihs! Midi., Scp Wliclhcr there will he d wliich would, ii u cd, lie up iill rail trnnspoiialioii itl ('illUlda and lilt' to the defense ol the will be decided ;it Ilic convenlion Ihc liroUierhood of Mtiinlcnimcc of Way Kinpluv- ecs and Shop Laborers, which opened here loclay. From !2Tt'00 Veterans' Secretary Places Bonus Plan Before All Members OTTAWA, Sppl. S. The demand of I solving a fllupcnrions prohlcin, anrt no the Great War Velcrans' Association crilJclani offored of Iho 10 (k-lrfiah- 11 in shtlcd, ;tl- Ictuling Ihc1 'convention arc ready lo consider nclion on [he slrike vole canvassed hist wccli. which slood 350.000 for mid' j.OOO aguiusl lhe }f0n. A. slrikc -should wage deniaiids bt-'; jrjndingS in Droulh Districls OTTAWA. Sepl. state- merit aLtribuLed to Premltr Mas- sey thai New Zealand expect! to receive indemnity from Germany Is lhe tubjecl ol comment among members, and there is likelihood of questions In lhe bouse as lo. what Canada's shsrc is iikely lo be. Canada's statement of claims has already been Pled. buL il Is emphasized hers, what be received can not be till all claims havt been filed and the ablllly of Germany to pay been deler- mined. Priority 9lso_ given to certain claims, .namely: Firsl, cost of armies of occupa- tion during armistice and its ex- tension. Second, cost of any armies cf occupation "atler the coming 'nto force D! t'ne p Third, cost of rreparslion ing out of lhe peace'treaty "or any tresties or conventions supple- mentary thereto. Canada has n minor in addition to its general claims, under the first priority daiijt. This is (or the cost of Canadian forces on the Rhine during ths period of the armistice. ;-arlinU_v c-lnsod up. All ---vcre rescueil I in UnMr nigiil'aitire Hnd movsd 10 the olliEr i-ars, but il impossible ;u i secure their clothing, so they had lo j be Crapped In blankets and continue Iheir joiirney under those conJiMony. One pnpscnner had to be renu ;n an ainbulrmce to the liosp wliilo n soldier. Private l'carr the pea re conic reuf I'.vn more one relating to" l_ht I delivery lo tlic aHifij o! coast-1 Tins ve.5aels'and the 'oilier' discu.sviir; quesl-'ou nf poiasb to the Prtil Parisien. French to Ratify Treaty 1 .lo (hr; Kclio de Paris. The chamber ot depn- lies ffill ratify the peace treaty on Sepi. 10 and Ihc senate will lakii l.ir HCiiou on Sejit. I'O. of Canada.-for an increased bouiis and the- steps which linvc liecn laXcn hy tlio naaoclaMon In I bin regard aro laid the members of parliament in a statement lo tvcry member by Ihc secretary ot the assoclairon.'G. C. Me- In liia IcUer-Mr. McXell) slftlei Ihnl lhe slcp la Ulcen because or erron- eous reports whlcli have been Riven circulation, and I Ms inc-inn IH taken lo place lhe mailer in a proper light bcfote Lhcs denied. Arc Not Correct liowcver, is m .1 very serious co lioit and all were a UP to rymm tate by wirn with li-.eir friends nighl. In si whlcli lias been given turned soldiers, How over, lliousainta of the dcinobl lired army arc seiied with fear ot a prccarinng Ikcllbood in the lu Cure, Mr, JIcN'clll sLatefl after some controversy ihc matter enmo hrfore Dominion convention, nherc, as n final compromtso, tlic cstabllannicnt of a representative tribunal WHS urged. This body wan to Int'OBligato. thtrinM-] ttr IhorongTiiy. and and L M ,porl lo the favcrnmonl. The returned Dealing wllli the growth of Ilie de- 3Oldlers agreed to abtde by the find- NO SUFPOHT I'OK STIHKB r- T o m i i I Tr'tjl lhe of lion, A. Sepl. JlihoriJ. McLean, minisler of public in rilv renting conditions in Ihc drouth sot-! in mis un .niti (jons of js lfllccn in j dislricl riucslionrd luday by Ihc. ihc following circuhr sent out liy ihe Press Clilpliaiit'allv Uioy irfusi1 ga Ollt oil-ot Alberta. No. afler rending dif- ferent paragraphs in (lie newspapers it) regard to (lie niinlsler ol public" work's viEiL In Ihe droiilli con- demns Ihe statement apper-.rinR in tlic press as Inaccnr.ite ,incl nol condiK- live to good faUEi. As tills the province is pnrl of the mliii.Mr-r's coii- slltiicncy, he Fhoultl know the farm- ers are not in Iho position as MaleJ in Ihp press. Thn In tliis dls- tricl arc porely In need of a food for 21 hours on Sepl. 17 lo llic lilK'i'.'ilioii of llu1 men arrested mid Ift'ltl in .ipeii in coTincclJOii Ibe (roubles llicrol mand for ?n Increased Mr. McNelll says the Foldlcr pcttleitiont jilans did nol appeal to everyone, hut provision v.-as mado for not Bgrlcnltnrlsla, A'ocn- Monal available was not ndc- 'o solve the proTjIfim; the hous- ing scheme offered no ImniadlRla re- lief; sonic ffimlllei who crossed Ihe Atlantic during the wir repalrl- iiled at the puhllr expenne, while nthors, equally nfl deaerTtng, weia left to shift for themselvep; employment Cbndldons were none too bright; Can- adians who served In the Imperial forces coil Id not participate In the post-ivar 'benefits; Ihc war scrvlra grflluMy distributed in a manner which dtftcrlmfnaleri certain classen of men. Disabled men could not secure Injurjince lo protect riependenlg, and All of these facts Rccenluaicd Die uneasiness and foster cd Ihc demand for a. bonus nblch would! enable every man to undertake his own re-establishment Indcrcnrtenl jy and ir x manner 'anil Indl TJdual need. What Lhe men uinl Is "a square Mr. McN'elU. The mer realize thftl much Jia.1 hctn done ngs of lhrs irlhunal. The rcsohilloii on this subjcrl nnd the siibscciuoiil corrosponrtencf; in auhmlttcd with the oiler hy Mr. McN'ollL Thn Dominion command, ho stales, felt that the modified submitted lo tlit ROV- crnmcnt ivas not and the ndrersc decision can only result In iclnr l.rnils In Jtelief Thai There Was TMOEIOLD, Oui.. 'SepL thoHghi in have lie en R second mistily ratiifact ot Niagara lias hecn orcd at Tiioiold by Dulit'iy, Quinlan and Roberta. Liiuilcil. of scrlio'n three of Ihc new ship Where Would Policy of Direct Action Lead if Labor Gov- s ernment in Power? Was Home of (Inind. Flop I During j Word for Incapacitated Part oT Main Street Including Post Office KuiMing De- stroyed Today and Iced, and al once. Thorn liavc uccn tiiiild ft few who luivc already solrl their slock chtnp buyers at a price. In order to food for their families. some liavc sold and nrc clearing Is well for the inlnlaltrr 'if public works lo visit Some of (lie i fnrniciK ami Judge the want j In that v.-av. bul Id liim gel down and visit INC poorer farmers, and liolp thai art In need. These people a hearl as ivcll us Hie povcfn- uicnt, and K 1 uutlerstaiu] the nutter LONDON. Kept. 1--In Ihc of Irs speech. rtcliriTfn! upon receiving ilif; frtrcloiii of lhe rity ol Dnnrlcp. Admiral Kli1 llcnto' U1 llirouglmiii the war Scoliau 20 fce.t of solid clay near (lie uppirr cud of Iliis section rock bed found lo be very s-uioolh on Hges and also well worn. 1 Thn rdgf nC the ratnnicl ?o for nu- I'overall lieOis at Ibc alnilt- 'nicnL of Ilic new Nijgar.n. Si, Cattiar- linns iind TuronSo and 'runs in a dirccilon for ,1 distance of nbonl 400 ThTs ing Hie end of the excavating d not permit ('Jrlher Tke (all In llu; form i WAS iho homi: of ihr grand fleet, farmers i or major nnvjil oparations thr oT our naval F'roviaJnn for Iho. proper protection KroltiRh lifli'ljor." wnv a nt p? for :i rlisiancc cii. fcr-1. iO foot, with :i Tlic depth of undertaken In Iho fflcc oT Ihc enemy under high and wllh Scotl'sli a and Adminil Tcaily t-liidcd'by saying thai (lie same tlnnr nndrrstandins and Inflexible rlctcmi' tliat had won the war vcere nrcdcd lo rogatn proancriiy nnd to i Rchlcvn In peace crown nf FiitTc.-.i we h.id MOI! In lli'c wnr. local Ihc up.Tl fall ran not bn determiner] TIM. Tbc di-ccovory .ia nboul bait a mile bark from Niagara escarp men I and is believed IP bare worn back as Ihc Nlatrnni did from CJuec'ttR- lun. Helow Ihc cscarpmenl now nb- Forbcd In the nc-w was n deep known as the Kiglit MMe running in irregular dtrcc tlnn In linen Ihr prepared and which offer I market and other small hu It Ontario, This "may it wati the Sopl. (Hcnler's) Speaking at a lynclieon in lujrner labor nieni- of the war ciibihel. after remark- Hut tlie slrike weapon, however, rPBrcllablp, v.'onld be user'. .III society waa better orpanized. said (hat was. liotvever, n different Ihlnj; Mian HID niislakcn policy which mnny lit tbn lalirr movetucnL would like, to see adopted, namely the right lo strike on every iiosstljlo occasion and for ev- cr.y purpose. Mr. l-i'ciidcrGon conllnned: seem lo bo too ready to simu- late the policy adopted in oilier conri- ric.i witliont liavlng siiRicienL regard to Abe different coiiatitnttonal conrHl- ions thnl exist, in these coni-trles, Tn- intrudiicn -euch methods into Ihc field of politics is n filcp IhaL ought'not be lakcu wilbout careful consideration of the possible foiisci'iiicnccs liccauso doing so the Tcsnlt only will ho inimical lo ilic inlcreals of the work- "When labor has taken Iho uiarhlncfy nf II may ara wn prepared lo inin- orily lo oppose a labor program nf social and reform? Arc Lake Kric sands of years ago. Ihr rxac 1ns unknown positive solullon of a vexdlldiis prob- completrly lem Tvllh a modlchim o( expenditure. "This Bssoclallon, foil nil ocl upon hiftli Ictealn of loyally anrt service, hag of- fered Ihe country, a sure bulwark agalnsl (lie menace of revolutionary durEnc of griev- ous UnToM, but care must be taken to maintain Ihe confidence of relumed aoldlers in established Itglslalke InstiluLlonS. It ts, therefore, hoped (hit no mlslnterpreltOn will be per- "III I hose he-said, iteslroycd. Chfof MeDon-j ff j "we hear n'great deal tiTioiu trade.) Ferine fire tlcpnrtmcnl re-1 but we want-ft inbro ono message at 5 a.m. NO FROST LAST NIGHT" Ihe milk of humnn IcTnilness put into gall of the celvcil ft ph Inp TOT- nul. bul, as liiere (s no watftr supply at Klho, his uppHrHlti.i wniiltl he of no The nmount of loss can no I he ascertained as yet, hue ll must be considerable. JAPANESE ARSENAL WORKERS STRIKE TOK10, Scpl. thousand five mtilsd in the tousfl of .commons ol [hundred Hrsonal opcrRtfves have the request whfch hw hcftn placed he- struck, demanding hifilicr lore Ihe governnjftpt this aaaoda- Tronps have Ijnon called oul.Lo gnaril lion.1 througho'it ilic coiinlry. Thongli II wns staled morning ty some people ihat (here was troat last nlghl. the tcinpcniurc figures taken ol Kxpfinmcntal Farm [his wns nol the The mlnfv mum temperature during the v nigbt was 40.5. or degrees j above Ihc danger line. During the 24 hours endlnK at 7 a.m. lodfly Ihern wai .10 Inch df rain. 1 V 11 v; pmclke in dealing our onn j fellow men who have Buffered in the ff I ihclr country." PEACE TREATY GOES TO VJ.S, SENATE WEpNESDAY Sept. peiicp "treaty will be reported (o the s'ntrfe next Werfneidiy, tor Lodge announced ttdiy. It (o .up the for debate .beflnnIng next Moqday. going In allow a minority to dictate .-......._. program b.r unconsUtiiMonal river which uiQUiodD? If 1 know anylblnp nf or- nd I.H'KP Ontario .ionic Ihpil- ganizcd lanor. a labor yoverunlpnl HRC JQ would fight lo ;ho last dileli agaiusr. any policy of dired action by any inln- orUy, whatever it m.iy like lo call It- self. .Therefore, we outfit nol lo a had cifcrnple. Wc'otiitnt nol fo lakrt (he of D.loptinff aurli a .i-olti-y JiRainsl a RovCrfiment whoso., I policy we mav Le 'slronBly opjiowd to. M'n in Ibis c'otinlry should be pro- pared lo adopt consliliitlonnl mcaua.' Kept. S.-T' Clcrmonl, 25. was alfol Ihroiigh the head by nis Ulanche her residence. The man died a J-.hori llmo lalfer al-llio General bcllovtd to be a new two-mfln and the Is'' being lieM, its a, pending Inquiry, nt the coroners In- queal. A3 far aa known, lhe shobtlng MI accldenlal, Thn girJ was found bi_lh- (he Injured head oiiiil.glrinff hfm JlrsL nld. NEW Olilo. Sept. 13 nIHUtde record was set at Avlallon Field -SaLurday .by Major U. Scnroerter, when he flucended to p.. height of The former. cord was held by Capl.-l.ang, o( ilni Urillsh Hoyal Air Force. to a height, of feel, ;