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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VCLL'MK Xlt. ALBKKTA. TUESDAY, SICPTKJIBKLl 9, 1919 ,M.'MHER227 RUMANIA DECIDE IF RAIL STRIKE VTOGOON M. of W. E_. Men ;ind Shopmen Will Dclinilc Plans in Dclroil MAY QUASH TREASON CHAltGE IN CASE OP EX-PHBMIEK C'AILI-AUX HEAK OFFICIALS ON WED. If Railway Administrations Ilc- fusc Canadian and U. S. Konds lo lie Tied Up DKTHO'lT. Mtcli., Kept. national commission of (lie Unilcil HrotLicrhood of Maintenance of Wav JlmplOTecs and llaihsay Shopmen TIT TOOT T K! SSI kJUii11 CLECI -j s PEACE PARE FOR BYE- ELECTlON, CA3T QUEBEC QUKDEC, Soft. P. I'rppura- v lloris for ihc bye-He in v I- 11 IIP bee East are aa4 v j v a revisluu ol "j? vat- I erV ii.u Is to lie tiarf-il jl'.art ly. All Y.' lit- tlEvlFloti j will havff :i rght tn -ml Uic prrparaiiou of ilin list; to- O v rutints vrill rcfLUiri; uiuiii j v TLii1) work will 'be ( iwccu Sent. L'l. o! v EX-PREMIER CA1LLAUX PAHIS, Sepl. Various reporLs wore circulation today re- garding the i-iuso of Joseph Cailliux, Uic former premier, wlio lias been jin- der arrest for tnurc llian n year From Lilhimninns, According (o I Cnnfirmnliofi Received j Through Polish j Sources 'nOLSHGVlKISTILf, 1 CLAIM SUCCESSES! LITTLE NATION CAUSES MIX-UP Refusal (o Sign Due to Action of I Allies in Limiting Tcrii- j InriuL Ilighls MKKCIEK IS TO All HIVE JX NEW YORK DUHlNt; DAY PAItlS. Russian llol-' shevlki hnvt iirvj-nseil peace lo ihc; according lo reports f ruin J cliargrs or having treaionablo deal- Polish ings with the enemy. n was replied on Rppt. 2 i-'M of'Ihe newspapers report of KolshcriXi was 1: report, i tlic commisaion of eniiuiry ot (lie On tho frontier and VANCOUVER, Scot. fur- thcr rise In sugar of 45 cenla a, hundred pounds was announced by Ihe trade this morning. Two weeks ago tt rose SO cents a hun- dred, so that within a short time it has rrttn within a fraction of a cent a pound- This brings it to 11 cenU a pound wholesale, or exrct- Ly on 3 par with the government, maxfmum in the east. been empowered by tho referendum I high court, which has hail tho case strike vote ot Ihc menibersh'p to call! under eousiileruliou, has decided a continent-wide strike if a iviigc iu-llo issue ;i licrrec semllng the former creaso demanded nf the miicrt States i premier before liic cnuri. as wi railroad administration aud Canada I.-; J commended nut Ions ago in offering In v.ilh Ihu Luhu- -_ TT Th, noit a RtimOt' HOUSS Mdlj refused, definite acliun ivill be Uc-j from (he rlded on (lie floor ot the Sonic of Iho add lo Ihis 1 natch sliiled tlijii fornml ijroposal; :ns re- HCCII made by (he ntilslicvfci. IJUL nu A Till report ronfirmailon of lliis report lias as vui'.rl U i III __: .i boon convenlion being ii Ihc rail ad- j ministrfttfon siibmiis ils answer before (he EfiBilons close. Tliis was announced rcjiort Hi .-it thu charge uf treaadn ainsL Ih2 accutcj is to no quashed, leaving the only political still olflccrs of the brolhcrbooil Utia against him llic allegation a crimes mornliie. I against ihc interior safety of lhc The men. according Lo their leaders. Istnlc. fvre delenn'ned not to accept :my com-J Certain newspapers go so far as'to rromlsc of their demands, but will claim that Uiis wouH he equivalent I Blrike i[ wago Increases of one dollar In discharge, as [ho accusation day pciH man and the new working I wouhl be covered by tho amnesty act, uskod for arc refused. Tho 'delegates, nuuiliuring uearly 3.0M, arc expcclant'thal eral D. Hlncs. of iho railroad administration, who is scheduled to a. fid re ss the convention may have lo say ot the rail ad- decision. They also CJE- pect IhPl tTank S. MorriEson. secretary ol the American Fc'lcratlon oi Lho ivlll Lonior- rair receive sanction ol parent body in Its Maud. Gideon Hob or (son, minister ot labor for Canada, who is also ;o l.alk tomorrow, will present tho dcci- Bion o( Ihc governini; Itody of the Da- minion railroads on the nnge d-> inanris. it Is antic'pnlcJ, and Cana- dian labor orsanlzo.tlon officials wil! also accompany Mr. llohcrtson lo De- troit and will speak, as uell as Glen lv. t'lumb, author of the I'lumh plan for h.inriiinff railways. Urolherhootl officials have an- nounced tlieir jntr-nllon 01 orgnnlzing at an early date m.Vnlenance of-way employees and ihop laborers ou can and Cuban bus rendering pleading useless. Health Breaks vith having had (reasonable dealings the enemy, Lp permitted on iVcdncstlay nr Thursday lo e'litcr" n sanatorium, tho Temps says. Counsel 'or M. Caillaur requested: receiilly :hat hi) bo rcmoTccl (roni-iiriEon on llin groniid 'thdl iieallJi had been so weakened, as lo'cailse aniicty. NEW ZEALAND WILL HELP EX-SERVICE MEN WELLINGTON, N. 7.., SepL 9. house ol repre- sentatives has tlic gov- ernment lo borrow to he used for Ihc selHeirient at ex- Eorricc men In New Zealand. The interest on the loan will be free from income tax. CONSERVATIVE NAMED BV LABOR, FARMERS, SOLDIERS out., sept, j. u. Johnstonc, of OnllLi. a Conserva- tive, T7DS chosen r-findfilalo for lee islaturc from East Simcoe ycatcr- diy nt aj'tiint convenlion o( Un- llctl Farmers, labor men and re- turrcsl soliliora. RACINE AGAIN LIBERAL CANDIDATE VA11S, Ont., Sept. Jlacino, M. L. A., lor KusECll coun- ty, was again chosen Liberal stan- dard bearer in Ihc coming pro- vincial elections jit a convention lo Iho Hnssell co-jnty Liberate hero yesterday. WILL FORCE UP COTTON PRICES NEW OKI.KAN'S, Sept. ton producers from 10 southern states At a meeting here lodnv' dccldcfl to organize n buying corporation in every county and pariah In (he Ijclt, will: Ihc objrjcl of huyinp every bnle offer- ed, then, holding Ihc staple until Ihe mlntmum prlco lo ho rccommunilcd by A, committee o( growers was offered. rc-cbived. Gin. Smirnoff Saved LONDON'. Sent. Irian OdoRsu slalc Llial Smirnnfi. y( I'ort Arthur fame1, was among [hA I cued LoslaEts ilierr. The r-njorily ot tin; viciims of ihe HolsheviJii wero j shot in a conrlynnl. The Headquar- ters iv as LL (jarago a tic] ihc builduign around il pilled bnilet j holes. I One L mi tired eniiily vodka Lollies I were found in one cellar, showing Mm [ion. iNo ofl'Icial'-StC-p, llOWCVCl1, jlbn oxocuiEoners fore their work. JUGO-SLAVS NOT LIKELY-TO SIGN EITHER RENNER TO SIGN TREATY ON WED. Urges AusLrhui Assembly That The Treaty Musi lie Signet! Without Hedging 0'J'I'AWA. Sepl. of a possible uiljournmcrtl of I Hit1 spociiiL session lilt Novcmbcr :irc currcnl in Ihc corridors lo- iliiy. "i'hu idea is thai the Ircal- i vvTlli Auslriu ami Turkey lUen Ijc rcadv for ralifica- ics be- One ort-n col- 111 Ulli IliaUor. iar, _ru icci ucep anu ovcriooMU a- lor more -Lbcn a year, charged from which iho nolnhcvlkli SCOTIAN ON WAY WITKM045 IMPERIALS OTTAWA. Sept mil- itia deparlnietiL has received woid that iho liner Scotlan, carrying1 Imperial sol.iiers, nurses and dependc-nta .sailed from England oil Sept. 3 and ivlll probably reach Quebec on or about the ISlli. Tim. soldiers and dependents on board arc bound for points in Canada, The L'nilPd Stalcs.jTrinidad, Brit- ish Guinna, llritish Honduras mid Honolulu. MOB TERRORIZES AN IRISH TOWN Seyl. a (own in Ireland, 10 miles northeast of Cork, wns terror- ized by a mob for nil hour last evening, afcnrdliig to a dis- patch to the Tele- yrnpli iiompany. Fifty eh'opa were dnmngcrl. oiic store being rtemoltfllied. The luss cslmMLei] at several thousand pounds sterling. had fired upon Ihc hi v, 1th bodlt-5, included girts in their teens... Bolshevik Gain LONDON. Sepl. of on ihc Isliini river, about 1Y6 nsiles ivesL'o'f by Uol- ahcvik forces Is clciinied in 'a Hussiau soviet statement received lu-. day. clylesK ImslaKesj as: pnj-kccl Hungary Talk of Union Now PARIS, Sept. Ruman- ian delegallon to the peace confer- ence announced today that not sign ihe Austrian peace treaty, the signing of which by Austria and various other powers Inter- ested Is EC! to take place at 10 O'clock tomorrow morning. Before the, Rumanian announce- ment was made it had been Indi- cated by members ot the supreme council that Rumania was expect- ed to take the course she has an- nounced in refusing to sign the treaty because of the council's (tat refusal lo grant her the privilege cf making reservations in connec- tion with the rights of minorities in lerrilories detached from the former Austrian empire, ss pro- vided for in the peace treaty. It is also regarded as improbable that the Jugo-Slav deleqalion will sign Ihe treaty. It will be grant- ed several days' delay, however, to communicate with its home gov- ernment. The Jugo-Slav objec- tions are similar to those of Ru- mania. CARDINAL MERCIER NEW YORK, Sepl. Mercier, primate of Belgium, will reach New York late today on board the naval transport North- ern Pacific. The cardinal will be met down the bay by a committee headed by Archbishop Hayes. There also will be a commEtte- from Qaltimore, representTng Car- dinal Gibbons, whTch will Include Mayor W. F. Brognlng, the Rev Falher Slickney and C. T. Wil- liams. Cardinal Mercier wEII spend the night at the residence of Arch- bishop Hayes and will leave tomor- row noon for Baltimore to spend a week with Cardinal Gibbons. PAN-GERMANS MAKE PROTEST AGAINST TERMS Dec! a re New Re p ic Cair I Live Withoul Joining Up With German Brothers PARIS, rriedricl Sopl. Stephen premier 01 Hungary, is re- ported iu a Vienna dispatch printed in here today- to love I sent a Hungarian delegation to Hurh- nrcEt. Tho rfcporL stales IhaU be- sUes being employed to negotiate a sopnralc [ ivilh Rumania, the Yl dclegaliou may discuss Iho eventual [unidti oC Hungary and Rumania. i No Coalition Government i PAU15, Sept. reachii] [Trouble in Standard. Steel Car Works Lends (o'Fight-" With Police g l'jo conforcnco from Budapest indicate thai I govnrnmcnl headed Accumulated Under PavumcnL Many Windows Broken is saltl Franz Ilclnricti'a eftort to oFlablisli a co.ilillou cabinet lias been abnniloned nnd llicrc is apparently a Z'role Proceedings Raid Was Carried Out Wilh Caution OTTAWA, Sept. Hirsrh, of London, and ('apt. MacAulay. who Qiatlo the raid on the Guclph novltJalc, were on the eland at the whole of Ihis rnorning's of Iho inquiry into Iho Gnelpli occurrence. Major Hlr.scli's -cvidouce had largely to do with Ihe fate of Iho letters mentioned on Monday afternoon as having been lakcn from his private flic hi Lcndou HAMMOND, Ind., Sept. strikers were killed and 15 wound- ed today in a battle between former employees of the Standard .Steel Car Company and the pofice. Two months ago, 2.000 workmen at the plant went on slrilce tor increased wapes untl J nip roved working condi- tions. Yesterday ?00 slrikers return- ed lo work and thin caused tad feel- Ing among llio men wlio refused Ic return. 9 Todny when the 200-men were PARIS, Sept. Karl Rcn: ner, the Austrian chancelfor and head of the Austrian peace galion, who is to sign Ihe peace treaty tomorrow for hU nation, ar- rived In Paris from Vienna this morning. Renner Urges Signing Sept. lien- iner, in reporting tho peace conditions jlo the -Auslrlan national assembly, ntv' i cording lo Vienna _ dispatches, drew jaltcntloit ID the chanpe in spirit of I the coiulitiuus in the draft and ,tha definite treaty. Ho declared that the right ot free disposal ot the Ger- mans lu Austria had failed and lhat the treaty be signed "to end prcEent'stale of Deppty H a user sal-.l: "Our people arc convinced that it is impossible i live atone: unloii with our German j brothers alone can save us.1' The pan-GcrmRii declared that liis, parly votes -were against signing'the treaty. The So- cialist l.cilber criticized the? treaty .violently, rpultiug all his bopps in the" league of nations, he added, "not thai'which now After ihc Tyrblez and Carinlh'aii. Jiiutfes declared that they irould nU-J slbiirfrom votluff. Dr. Renner explain- ed IhnL Ihe Ircaly was Ihe allies1'last must rcpls' yes or he said. A vote was then taken. Suppress ArtFcIe El PARIS, Sept. su- preme council of-the peace conference will today draft u note Lti he sent In the suppression oj Article Gl ol HID Gar man conatitu-' tion. iirovldlng for Austrian taliun in the German- parliament! ac-' cording to newspapers .here. Jt is saW that the council consMcra iho, German answer to the nolu Iho'r way lo work a crowd of relative lo Article iH as Insufficient. foreign-born strikers gathered in lliu and Micro were several sharp tills be- 1 streets several blocks from the plnnl YORK, Sept. per- sons ivc-rc injured anil hundreds of windows were Ehnllorccl when gasses ivhich hurt accumulated under tho pavement p.i 3rd Avc. and ,42nd SI. caused a of tpcctaoular explo- sion? loilay. Tlic iron coverings of! inRiihole? vtre hurled high Into tliej nir, some of tliom over the elevated railroad structure. N'o one ivns hit hy ihc covers when lliey tell and most of Ihc were cut by broken The explosion caused :i panic in the ncight or hood and police reserves were called lo ;cstorc order. ccncrnl sn of Ihc Frjcdrich gov-j Iwccn roundel as refused to of HIP, Standard Steel-Car Company posilivHy iienlify Ihc letters proilur-! nnd threatened them. Tlio polkD or- !cd us those v.-luch had been in bis'dered the rrnwd lo diaperso, bul this possession and which conveyed lo him grccled wllh jeerg and the men his authority for proceeding r.gainst: refused lo obey. When Iho police al- the notiUalc. templed to .arrest the lenders of the Cnpl, MacAnlay told a rather dra Premier SIcwurL of Albcrln M'ill be llic next guvcrnincut off to bcinlcn'icwcd in nl- Ipinpl lo secure ijovcrnmcnl nid for iirigafioM cxlqnsion in Southern Alitcrln, Tuesday iif- Icrnoon the special coinmillcc appointed ;il Ihc Western Cim- nda Irrigation convention Icfi for lo interview him on Wednesday niorning im nn- poinf men I having been made for Hint lime. The uf llic coinmillcc invmling Ihc capital will lie Messrs. Nelson SIHMICCV of Medicine Hot, Shepherd of LcLIibridgc, Lcfringwcll of War- ner, President Wood of tlic U. H. A. (icnrgc Skclding of Macr Icod is going (o accompany the delegation lo press (lie claims of that disfriM. JOSKIMf NIXON, MACLEOD I Bill Engineer and Fireman TIMER, is DEAD! Escnpc Hchvcun Two Freights Our fjr.-n J h'epl. llio'rnunl- hospital, Maclcod, Josc-jih Nixon lied After an illness gf sc'.-pral inonlhs. Tlic Kepi. S.fThcro had malic atory of thfi visit to tho novitlato j detailing at. IciiRih ktho elaborate pre- c.-LUtions taken to prevent Ihe iieoplc o[ Guelph from knowledge Hint anything out of the ordinary was nfooL An point was reach- ed when ho swore that hanging in the hall of tho novitiate he a lypewriltcn list oC thn members of llio Insltullon hut next nioniing it was [gone from its accustomed placn. Shown ,1 list by Mr. Cecffnron. who declared it was Iho list referred to, Capt. MacAulay ,sworc llial such list rria not Iho one ho had accn. Letters Changed stcond day wns a 0[ llic'InTCBtlgal'.on of the raid, or Xlxon born In Kempville, In in tarlv was a shoe Sept. S. aliout 2.30 (he novitialo nt Ouclpli, revealed T 1V -l c mob HID crowd ntlacketl tlicni wllii and stones and several ui (Le strikers drew and fired a number of shots. The police then re- taliated hy firing about 75 -Bhols Into HID crowd, kllli'in five and wounding strikers. Later the strike leaders were taken Into custody. SIR ROBERT BETTER OTTAWA, Sept. Sir Robert Border was so far recovered this morning as to be able to jit up In. his room. II Is unlikely, however, that he will be able lo resume his duties bsfore the end of Iho weeV, No Agreement on Note PARIS, Sept. reply to bu made to Hie German nolc regarding :hc allied demand far the suppression of Article Gl ot the Germau constllu- .ion, which provides lor Austrian rep- resentation In the German parliament, again discussed by (he supreme council at today's session. No agree nicnt was reached as Lo the terms ot Hie reply, but U Is expoclcA that will be tramod tomorrow. TOO MUCH COIN IN Thr, e.islbDiind way freight was or two real mornln; UNITED STATES' VAULTS WASHINGTON', 9-The United States lias so much or Uic "coin of {'.lie realm" lhat It actually bulges out ng at Mlllcresl station imlondtng Rna ulc mlsalnK letter of instruction nl lho vaults conlBlnlng il. naker nnd cimc wcit to Winnie iri'KOTnc frc1shl wlicn a llirougn rrctght i [n regard lo Ihe from treasury ]tas asked congress to 18% AcreMe i hrl hSe !Bnlns criFlt "mc in rollf3'on witb lhc I K of Oliawa, appropriate fl.WOOO (o mhHo 1ho WllCrC HC UIU a l.irgC nUSllieSa Jnl1 ._j .___ .____-. ranits cpnirp nurl -iirnvlrln nilrllHnTitl ISVli, wliero he did a largi In this line, nlso carry ing a etock of jlnll end of liic way frelcht. The hi caboose of Iho way freight was com- a new Interest. ,.c j i II-IP Kn.lUr .._ 1 vaults secure nnd-pruvldc .Additional ones. The treasury ia full of silver 15SR, opened is lu Ihis for I Ju the sjirlns shop, and w; scvrral land ayont for this nnd Ihcn in llic employ of lhc provincial gov- ernment. At lhc bnginnlns of I his ycHT iio taken Ml nnd lias spent several months iu the hospital, where died, children. ror [11B ivar lie leaves ft wife and (wo -'j ff MAYOR CHUHCH MAY OPPOSE H. H. DEWART TOHO.NTO, Sept. Mayor T. Ii. Churcll of (Ilia city Is ppckcn or Q3 u probable cftti- dlclnle ol thtf Conservative In- lorcsls in Poutli Toronlo In llio coinliiE; election, as the oppon- ent o[ Hiirllej- Dewnrl. leader In the Ontario legislature (or Iho Ubcral parly. the th' I who conducted Ihc vlail, or raid, swore I Tn (hc [M" rroin engine ond tender of OTTAWA, question of internet! aliens Is to be brought (o th.c nollcc r-f ihc house ot commons by D. Kulcr. North -Waterloo, who has given notice that he will inquire on" Wednesday how many alien enemica are still hilirned in Canada, how many.were Interned alter the Big n hi of the armistice nncl when rafty reletiEo or repatriation bo expected.- }lr. Eulcr will abn ask if, a. British subject, a naturalized citizen of Xcw Zealand of German origin, any ho Interned In Canada or jt he may ba deported lo Germany. suing Utclr lonsy Tin irougn frc tnrnctl over, smashing the platform for 200 (pel. There was no one' engineer nnd f'rcinan on tho engine that collided stuck lo their posts miEfl after the engine turned over, Ihcn fn ao" 1110 miraculous way sot cut without being hurl In Ihe least: 'Soon nftcr Ihc accident were section gangs on the spol cleaning up tho wreck. The wrecking train from IvCthbrltlgc cnnic tip all out, 5 o'clock quite n number of men lo put (ho engine and cars on (lie Irark, It wlH bo some lime Tuesday before tho track Is cleared for traffic. Passengers were transferred on Monday night. FRENCH ELECTIONS TO START NOV. 9, PAniS, Sept, cording to the Inlrnnslgcant, (ho final parliamentary elecliDn dnj will be Xov. 3 not a raid he made .on Institution nnd Ihc placO out." Tho al- leged copy new before (he court la much milder than Moreover, the -letter Initialled by (hn inlnlricr of militia, or At any rate with the C. M." on U cnn- talned the sentence: "Might not every be have ibis place cleaned nut." This, too. fs dlfferfenl from the copy flow suhmiltcd." Direct Action Wins MINNESOTA RATIFIES WOMAN SUFFRAGE ST, PAUL, M1nn.f Sepl. The Minnesota ratiff- ed the woman luffrage amend-, mant shortly After.the ipecfal ses- afon opened vote In 120 to 6, The sen- ate riitlfie'd "the" amendment 60 to 5- GLASGOW, Sepl. pro- ponents ot direct action for the enforcement of labor's demands won a victory. first relating to the subject, which wat taken by Ihe trades and labor un- ions' congress here at today's session. The preliminary earn- mil let'a report WJI referred back to it because It did not expreiF an opinion on direct Mellon, the vole being ibr the melton to refer and against, Tho motion to report back to the committee1 rriaefa by -the mln_ett' delegate. G. H. Stuari Burning, tecretary of the postmen's federatTon, Is presfdlng over'iho'cdngriit, declared lhat the vole on the motion did not preclude the bring- 1 Ing up later of a definite resolu- tion on the subject. The vole Is regarded as tanta- mount to a vote of censure of the committee. Resent Suggeitiofi fJrownlle, vt Ihq oxeculivo council of thn amalgamalcd cnfilnecrs, addressed the congress on. the quc3- llon of Increasing (he Jus trial out- pul. He decided it to. maintain production. Mr1. Smfllle ob- jected to a "lecture" by the speaker, while Delegate of Iho engineers, sntd lhal Mr. Brown-. He had Iraduced the The look no RcllOii 6n HiV subject ;