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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. SHI'TKMHKR 10. NUMBER 228 AUSTRIA S THE PEACE BRITISH TRADES TO FORCE MINES' NATIONALIZATION! __________________ Resolution Inlroduced by Miners' Leader Adopted by Over- whelming Majority ai Glasgow Labor Union Congress lo Complete Adoption of Sankey Miners Would Have Effective Voice in Operation of Coal Mines. Baron "Jackv" Fisher Startles World with Story of Huge Sea Monster which would Have Led To Capture of Berlin Early in War DMJOX. Sfnt. cji! Klslicr, In a i ly unappreciated until [be Invincible series of articles! tank Von Spcc'a squadron. The Goc- GLASGOW, Sept. an overwhelming vole I hi trades union congress at today's session passed a resolution favoring the nationalization of the coal mines. "The presented by Robert Smlllie, the miners' leader, was carried by a vole ol against The result of the vole -was lo throw virtually the enilre congress solidly behind the miners' demands for tfie nationalization of their in- L'uplry. The Vesolulion pledges insistence by the body thst the government, adopt the majority re- port of the coal commission pre- sented last June, known as Ihc Sankey report. This report provides for the stale ownership of the mines and for Joint control of their operation, in which ihe miners would have an effective voice. The resolution passed today, calling for accept- ance of the report by the; govern- ment, adds: "In the event of the government still refusing, a special congrets shall be convened to decide what form of action shall be taken to compel the government to ac- Ctpt." Force Government to Act GLASGOW, ifopt. the njsump lieu ot. the sess'ons of union congress this morning, G- H. Sliiarl liii us; SE- nf (he post- men's federation, who Iu called upoii HobcrL Sniillie; tlic imncrfi' leader, to prcEf-ut a resolution affect- las tlic of mines. result have licence ami tho Haltle ahin that strikes caused, Lut llicni weru tlmca when It was ciinilnuL for llti'L was there liavu occupied and Berlin leaders not lo call strikes to en- fore liie war. by Ibe Hussimid landing un- force justtro. The miners" worn really lighting for all organized labor. The est out put he in- sisted, muter Iho present working con- ditions anil the lack of modern mach- inery and equipment. James Henry flioinas. general see- rc'Lars' or the Xntitmal Union of Hall- waymc'ii, in stcondisic; Mr. Smiliie's motion, said the question lias come lo (he point ot a. definite decision. He exhorted the delegates to bo sure they siuv clearly where they Tvere Roing. Joseph Ilavctock Wilson president ol Ihc International Seamen's Union, "Ampliihean Planned I iler cover ot Ibe UrJli.-U fleet. HuL the lie. ri i- rla res that reactionaries de-imost striking feature of llio pre-war rlded tlic biililo cruisers. Thusc "mu 1- period was ULC ridicule ciiet on the also did nut carry out his plan submarine, declares Ixtrd Ms her. tor an of 1H2 vessels author-' Was Strong" for Subs izert by Lloyd George, ibcn tiKincellor i tjf the excljcCjiior, for landing a mil-! lion Russians willihi S2 miles of Bur- j shot, mine and lorpedcr proof, each! When a young submarine command- holding of men. hordes anj iilnugliiiifj ihcir way like in opposing the resolution, was pnint ing lo Ihc, failure of state control 5rijEiiorc Ihe entcrprlspts ivlien he was inter-" rupteil wilb a shout of "what about the" President HuuniiiK rtinnounceil tliat a definlle vole on Ihe question of dir- ct aclion wbul'J LD lakcn on Friday. Ccnsurt of Committee LONDON, Sept. corre- spondents explain yesterday's vole at the trades union congress as not hi favor of direct action, but, as Lhc "movers intended, it was an expression! of censure on Hit coitiroHteo for dc; cliiilng to call a conference-. The (eel-l ing oC the congress on I ho mailer TV 111 likely be. levied loda? in an. explicit rcEolutlon. "I huge? and crowling up the Inig'i (auks. Tlie o'l L-U- glue would have done it, the engine which id yet to revolutionize commerce and akcr sea warfare, declared Lord Fisher. Iln says bn is uiosL reluctant to re-enter tbe nruua. lint wliaL was meant for privacy must be published lo help economy-in Ihe drastic scrap-' ping necessary to the very life. Why Gocbcn Escaped lie also condL-mns tlio "criminal' folly of the sHIy want the British navy dispersed over the worU, and tbo massacre of 1'osasus nnd Zanzibar were due in 'absunl policy of isolated small emit in peace Umud. He dejilores Ihc fact (hat the mission of the haLlle cruiser wtis ITALIArV ELECTIONS NOV. 16 Tnbuna tocfay says that Ihe Ha I tan parlia- mtntSry elections be held on November 16. FLEETS W KIccl Battleships and Two Destroyer Flolillas To He- serve Bnsis 1-ONDON', Sept, The admiralty lias ordered the reduc- tion of the home Itcet battleships nnd four Hi and fifth destroyer flotillas to ,1 reserve hasis. aa lo the first of De- cember. The reconslructcrt fourth rtc slroycr flotilla and second light cnrtsrr sqiiftdron will he fully manned and join tlie Allanlju tlcct. The submarine flblillas attacked to Ihe Atlantic fleet ivill he rcrtuccd lo seven each of Iho K, L nnd H classca. Senate Committee Condemns League As War Breeder lawlessness Harapnnl During Nighl Iiu( V'olunlcci' I'olitn Busy Today Nations' League Is Proceeding (Ren- ter's) Rculi'r's Ihnt. of Hie Millions is now DR. RENNER SMILES AS HE AFFIXES HIS SIGNATURE TO PACT Made No of France Presided Over His- toric George nor Col. House Present Ceremony Took Only Fifty Signed a! St. Geimain. ST. GERMAIN, Sept. Karl Renner, head ot the Austrian peace delegation, signed the treaty of peace between the allied and associated powers and the Austrian republic at o'clock this morning. When all the delegates had been sealed at the round table, Dr. Renner was introduced with the same formality that was observed when the Germans entered the Hall of cr at pre-war sniancm res twice lor- pcrlMd the hostile flagship and claim- ed it as a prize all ihe credit be got was the admiral's slsrnnls "You be Lord Fisher quotes a ineninrflnduni bo circulated hi January, 1IH t, in which he said ihe Eubinariuo was tlie coining type of warship for sea fight- ing, lie declares be was Httrniiy ]ltr- sccntcd for building submarines while first sea lurd. He says ivhcn he left Uio admiralty m January, 1310, there "7" were 01 efficient submarines anil laflMllTOrS at Versailles Oil June 28. GeOVgCS ____________ building. DuLirhcn-ho returDod in president of the peace conference, then'rose and opened 1914 iberc ivere onlv 51. .1 i n n rr- i rn'co'r.Vedue.ioc oi'tLis. Lord Fisherjthe asking Keniier to allix his signature lo tlie says, he sumnioncil .Mr. Charles iselnvab, who dclivcrcil ft batch of sub- marines ID five months, an unprece- dented fcal, as fourteen months was [previously the record. These submar- ncs Trent from Ibc United Slates Lo the Dardanelles without convoy and carried out prodigious ncllorj. xini Fisher declares nation is golnff to make same tlanineil nicsg Ibe internal com- buslioij engine with which nvery WASHINGTON', Sept. Ctarac- lerize'l nn nlllrmcc nnd not a lea' pile, "M'Mcli Trcctl wars Instead of Rccurlng the (icrnirm pcaco treaty, mclndfnK llio coTcnnut lor n leafiie qt Imltons, was formally report- ed lo llio ECnrito Loilay ]iy Iho foreign relations comnilllco ivillt -45 ninenil- incnts nnd four reservations. Accompanying (lie treaty .was the .majority report ot tho (ordgn rftnl- iolis rotntultlce, (b hy every }lcpuhllrail incnilicr excepting Sen- ator McCnniher. of Xorlh DaV.ola, CT- the amendments nrirt reserva- tions, all of which It was declared worn "governed by a slnglo purpose add that to giinnl agalnal rlghls nnd sovcr- ciBiilj-, the which wonW urcc'ches of faElh, ciiconr- confHcIa nnd general wars." Tho Reservations Tho Tcservallona propose: Tho unconnlllonal rlghl to wiih- "draw from the league. Dcclliiatlcn to accept any o( Iho legal or moral the much discussed arttclo 15, or to accept anr mandatory from the Icagae, "esccpl by acllon ot Ihc Congress of tho Untied Stales." Iloservlng to the United States thb exclusive right lo decide what quest- ions are within Its own domestic jur- ladlcfk.n. Ahsolulo roscrvatfon of the Monroe dnclrlno lo the judgment of tSe I'nit rd Stales aTojie. The Arnentfments The princlpal'mnondmentB aro pro- (o nrorlilc: Kqual rollng power tor Ihe United Stales with Great UrlLam In Lbo as- sembly of Lho league. Giving io China instead of Japan Ihc province ol Shnnlung. IlclEcC of Lho United titntca from irlng rcprfarnlflUvca on conmils- FlonR (IcdJiiiK mailers in It hna no concern, OLhcra concern Theso acicndmonla and reservat- ions, llic majority report says, arc sub- mitted to invservc Unllcd Stales in- dependence nnd United Slates .sov- ereignly and (Tiprcby bosL-dcrre Hie wclf.iro of ninnklnd, 1'cars lhat ether nation3 may not accept an amended covcnniit the n port dismissed wilh the slalcnicnl: "That that ccrtatjily will not happen, 'iho otEicr nations will take ua on our own terms, for without us their league 13 a wreck and nil lliclr gains from a victorious peaco aro imporJllcj." That tlio adoption of amendments will necessitate TO assembling of the] p6aco conference, Iho rcpoiL Jdilc-3, asserting thai .Ihr? confcrenco ubly will Tie 1n season for six TtioriLris more In dnd might as well bo "al as us-efnlly1 as "they now aro in distributing and nhflr- Ing Roulhcadtcrn'KurOpo and Asia Minor." (iermsu delegates, llic rc-porl ron- lenila, could canHy be broughi'lo Parh and, nfl la not a mcnibcr of tlio Ic-.igup, slio tireil not be ronauUcil Sept. raniiiant li> Boston today. oul ndcquatc police prolccliou citizens were to tbelr OWD re- sources to protect Lhelr" lives properly. Since Ihe pollcs stnick nt M5 p.m. yesterday Llierc has been -no organ- ized police power able lo cope wilh Hie stale guard imUR in lloston lo aaslst Hie c'vll nu- Ihorlllca in preserving order Mayor Peters In Charge I'clori! Deniklno inugL have ainmunUloii Hod Cross supplies If the menace ot ly to be .swept from Ilus- In the opinion of Tjlcul.-Col. Doug- las 1J. Young, vjio vrvnl lo France llic and who was n mem Patt of Morning's Enlerfain- mcnt Was Visit fo Winni- peg Grain E WlXNIl'KC, Sept. Iloral llic. Prince of was tbe gucfL of liouur at n, luncheon given by tlic Canadian Club Ibis after- noon, attended by the members of the royal parly, civic, military anil pro- vincial officers and prominent busi- ness men of [be city to ibs number of about 700. II. Vf. CraU. K.C.. presi- dent of the Canadian Club, presided, A brief Informal address was made by the prince, in which he expressed appreciation of the friendly courtesy exlcnflcd him. He made a very favor- able impression. The forenoon the prince visited Ihfi grain ex'jbange. wberc he was "wildly cheered by hundreds of. traders. Ho PATHS, Sept, 10.--The signatures ot bo delcgalion were affixed to the Austrian treaty in the following order: Arthur J. Dal Tour, Ihe foreign ii'tcr; Andrew Bonar Law, Viscount minister; And Milncr, Georj irgc Nicholl flames: Can- ada, Sir Kdward Kemp; Australia, G. F. Fcarce, the minister of defense; South Africa, Viscount Odllner: New Zealand, Sir Thomas MacKcnzicv the high commissioner In London for New Xealnnd- India, ilnbamjali Sir Gangn. Slnuli. stepped Inlo the grain pit and lislentd for a' few ininuLcs la the irlltl bedlam of llio many-, traders endeavoring lo sell to him. lie finally bought bushels nf-nflts for OfJnlinr above the market. Three and ft tiger were called for and given wilh enthusiasm. In reply, His 1 loyal Highness said thnl lie liad never seen anything .of. this nature before and lie fearori lhat H would rcn.iitr.0 somo lime to niasler tbe Intricacies of Ibe grain Iradc. Nevertheless, on rc- v v v AUSTRALIA'S SHARE v IN WAR INDEMNITY .MELnOUIIXE, Sept. Ileutcr's) Premier Hughes hag informed the members of the Autlraluiii cabinet Ibau If Ciermnny makes Lhe first in- demnity payment hy JD20, Aus- tralia's share will bo When tbe indumnity was fully paid lie stales, .Ang- tralla'a sli.irc woul- de nearly her of llic'uritiRli mililary mission froin llic llc would have Siberia. Col. Young laid Ihc laels morc {iwG at disposal nnd wmihl _._ ,i__ visit the InsllLiitlon. about before meinliCTS of Ih house of comnioDS thlfl morning. What Canada can do lo lielp the Huss'iin ijcopjo Is lo a end rtc-1 CrobP supplies, salrt Col. Voimg. who slaleil the men were bMng brought down from the line their ivoun'ls announced al noun today tliat he hail Up ;nlfis ex- pected thai tbe signing of Lhe pact will holster up the "Tnverlng govern- tueiit and make for :L of. normal commercial nnd economic; con- RUMANIA AND JUGO-SLAVS DON'T SIGN PARIS, SepL. delegates of Rumania and Jugo-Slnvin (did not sign Ibe Austrian treaty today v ibecaiitc ULCV nrc awaiting Instructions from tlioEr Boyernmenla, says the Hnvas Agency. Th'c supreme it adds, haa Klvcn Lhcm until Salur-: day to matt known their definite In'-' Ion lion 9. Opposition Would Belittle Canada's Status as Nation minors of tho and Hud- son company frilly ended, !ia will ficml tlio full force of Llic organ- ization here Id'convince tlio strikers of their error In violating agreements and Ihe laws oMuo unfon. e, lj f. t. RUSSIAN ARRESTED FOR OKOTOKS BANK ROBBERY T. A. Vten. Lolbiniore, in tbo liouacj of commons, "is Ihe difference. tv.ecn R nation and nn .It was Canada's Etntus In llic emplrn u-ii'cli largely formed the battleground today of the continued debate on Uie peace treaty. OppoU- lion inerrjijers pursued their argument v v thai approval hy Ihe Dominion parlla- me.nt difference to the Lrealy. The Canadian parllamenl, ac- cording io Ernest La would not VANCOUVER, SepL Marry Pickovlc. a Tlusslan, bas het'n picked up the Immlgi be'- sent .to -.Calgary under mounted police lo eland for ft'bank rohhery at Olcotpks, In November, t gncecu Mr. n dot an 'T nor cross a "T" In br nations oi the empire, had made VST, declared }lr. then why should Ihcy rot lie concerned In the making ol ncm.0? Canadian Iroous had made such.ft placo for- Canadi [hat any govcriK. mrm he false In Its trust Tvblch did not strive to maintain that posl-. lion. He asserted tlial, os n result ol royal aulliorltv giren Canadian, delegates, their ministers could not( sign on beliaff of Canada. During Mi treaty, but wag ye I bound by all Its proilalons, Canada's place In Iho -r uf of nntlfiilE, ho Brgue'd, had hc6n tfon aulhbrJLlDS Ticrc and will (gfanted, not by of any growth ln 3talUg( bll[ ns parl.Of.llje Urlllsh Empire. Hon. HowMl followed. He (Unit In.1 rlelatl wllli c'rlKnlams of HID leagno covonnnl, lie spoke of tho Hilt Van WJnktc ntlHiiilo of Uic net- Ing leader of Ilia ojiprHlfon. -The live oppn- At 'the evening afUIng Luclen non. Dorcbesler, ns scrtro In Its economic-clauses. He n'ouM have lihed to sec Ireland gfvc'rf i Iho sainO .rigtilsi fls oilier W. f. Maclean. Soulli York. the league of nations would end by Jntrlguo. m ;