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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EVERYONE SHOULD VISIT COALDJLE FAIR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY VOLUME xn LKTHBIUOGE, AUUftTA. TUKSDAY. SEPTEMIHCU 1C, 1919 Xl.'MUKK 2Xi THOUSANDS HOMELESS, DEAD, IN CYCLONIC STORM WHICH RAZED CORPUS CHRmi DISTRICT IN TEXAS SUNDAY Demand Ex-Kaiser of Dutch SUNDAY STORM BROUGHT TO HUNDREDS AND DID MILLIONS OF DAMAGE UFA ra AS LEADER Have Declared For lion of Railways and Own- ership of Utilities Premier Lloyd George Determined Culprit Shall Face The Music Peace Treaty Provides That- William Holicnzollein Be Ar- raigned for a Supreme International in Paris to Urge Action lo This End. POLICY COINCIDES WITH HYDRO-ELECTRIC LEADER'S TORONTO, Sept Globe dispatch from London, Ont., says; "Independent political circles are on Ihe qui vtve Interest today over a report thai the Unit- ed Farmers of Ontario are if ek- ing to effect an entente with or- ganized labor of urban c on tl flu- encies to secure Sir Adam Beck as leader. "Tlit Farmers in both federal and provincial activities have for- malty declared, for natlcmallia- J t Ion. of railwayi, pubHc ownership 'of 'all utilEtiei and the develop- j rnerrt of hydro-electric power and fjdial enterprises In Ontario. at one with Sir his personal policies ctaffrjedj tp the of ai. art1' organizer and At prittnt they are striv- jc they have-not had .develop a man'cap- able of commanding either, pro- vincial or national attention. They assert thai they are keen for a program that will attract labor and that, with Sir Adam Beck, the farmers and labor could swing the next government." Tory Candidate Named 1'F.MnnoKE, cm., supt- .v.j Dunlop. was ronomluaieil :is I 5tandard-bearer for Xo Cop-Etrvntlvcs In the coming provin- PARIS, Sept. Premier Lloyd George deter- mined to have it settled that the peace conference demand from Holland the, handing over of for- mer Emperor William, according to the Journal today. The news- paper i Merit that the premier, who It planning ICTVT PlTla tc-" djy, will intlci before hit depar- ture on having luch action decid- ed upon. The peace .Germany arraign! William Hohenzollern, the Former German emperor, a supreme of feme againit inter- national morality' and the sanc- tity of and provides for ft tribunal to try him. The clauie of the treaty dealing with this question closes with this een- tence: 'The allied and associat- ed powers will address a request to the government. of-Thf Nelher- of Ihe-cx-empetor id order that j may-be put on trjal." lEX-ROYAL'FAMILY: MAY GO TO GERMANY. I Sept, j Princess iviili her BOBB has.Jefi "land, on lic'r vay Gcnrinny. She train. The possibility of tlic entire -former royal family of Germany making their home? :IL Holland was discussed ui con- ferences lakcn 11 an in hy ilio prin- cess nnO ihc former c-mpcror aud din- press al I Lie Von Denlhiick oiislic dur- ing lier visit here, it is" understood. Nothing definite, however, was de- cider] upon. RUMANIA AND SERBtA WILL SIGN PA It 18, Sept. Ser- bia, one of ihc two nations Interested which dfd not sign the Austrian peace I treaty, Kumiinla oilier, will liitiicli A belated signature lu Ihal 1 document, according to the Echo de PJvrh. It has information tiiat siicli n tlic r-arl oC Serbia's dele- gates cc-rl a; n and that Lie lion lu Llila end Is to be (he flr.-u token hy the new Serbian ministry that ils formation is completed. HUNS WITHDRAW FROM COAL, COMMISSION j HKHLIX, Kepi. rcpre- senlallvcs have withdrawn from the international coal commission be- cause [he principles fixed-by the corn- mlss'.on fur. the drafting o[ jcgnialions reeardhis the distribution of tncl ate concealed at stalemcnt issued lo Crisis IH Italy Over (TAnnunzio's Actions ]Troops Today Patrolling Corpus Christ! Bringing Order of Trains Being Rushed lo Cave for1 Thousands of 20 Bodies Taken From One Reef Near Portland. s ENED SINTQN, Texas, Sept. bodies of Rumanian Troops All With- v'lclims mulilafed beyond recognition have been, recovered riraw Country in- bey ial Sinlon, the relief headquarters for the entire surrounding jbay territory. The count so far shows that there were 40 found at i al White Point, four or five below Odem and a Ifew at Portland. No one was killed at Sinton, but properly damage was high. Bodies are held at ranch houses and [schools. i Scores of Bodies Found adequately 1'roleded (RUMANIA WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE PARIS, Sepl. Hungar- ian situation is causing the peace conference rafale uneail- nen Ihc Rumanian! arc report- ed to be about to withdraw from Hungary hurriedly without giving 1 JOTVMtT T P r 1 L 11" il i t Budapest government an op- HUUblUN, Icxas, Sept. message staling thai p0rtunity to organs a police irie of 23 persons who lost their lives in the gulf Irican.e had been recovered at Portland, a small lown seven; miles from-Corpus Christi, and that others were being re-j covered was received here last night from Kmgsville, Texas. Late last night a telephone message was received here froml jBeeville stating that 120 bodies had been found eight 'miles i horn Portland, near While Point. Most of the dead, the.mes-j sage said, had been recognized as residents of Corpus Christi. PARTS, Kept. Premier francts- itlcl' Nitti. or lialy, fares n govemmcn- llenfrev; j ta, f ft uU ol Ma [lcnuncia. trvnvcs n e connng provm-- r c clecwns. -Mr. Dun on t wcet five successive Icrma in tnu lure. Cui Line of Communicalion Anli-Bolshcviki Drive in (he North d'Annunzio, who IIT. entered Flume at the head Qf a Etrolig forco oi irregulars and who lias since lliat lime been receiving re- inforcements, according to advices [roru Homo. t Tho supreme council of the peace I conference, mi tier Ihc jurisdiclion of which J''iume si anils, lias decided Lu fallow Italy lo deal .with the serious question which haa arisen In thai city, deeming it a purely internal matter. According to reports from Flu in c, Am- erican dctichmcnls which Lave been In Fiumc have gone on ship board while French and British troops have been confined lo barracks, probably l forestall a clash with Uic D'Aniumzio Gen. Dadogollo, cliief. of staff of the Italian army, ha.s arrived in Fiume and has issued si proclamation to Lho D'- Annunzic soliliers_lo rcLnrn lo Ilicii1 resucclivc units, but Uiero is nolliing (o indicate tliat llicy, will do so. L'apt. D'Aniimizio, accorcliiig to Degrade dispatch, has itrorlaimed uiuon of Finnic and Haly. Ihc inPEsage ndding (liat'anarchy reigns in (he city and lliat allied lings Jiuvo liccn torn down. Toinasso Tit fcrs minister and head of Italy's tlclrcalion at Hie pence conference, will leave for Home today. NUMBER OF DEAD T "Vv'" AS YET UNKNOWN CORPUS ciiniSTI. Toiaa. Scnl. 1C. iroop's patrolling Hie "niairi relief -trams headed this way- from many 'porls of the elate, Corpus Chrisll tod3y. began slowly to emerge frooi (he wreckage caused by Ihc gulf linrrirano which slniclv'thc city early -Sunday, death :to an unknown ninnbfir of persons damage of millions. 11 was- ihin morning to get anything-like a correcl estimate ol ihe'falalilirs- [n Ihc city proper Ihc dealn list was placed at about 23, but lliat was regarded by many ag far HOME IN AUSTRALIA too coiiFcrvatlvo. in some aisartcrs It was said Ihe nunihcr' of injured would exceed 200. (onay. as yet unconfirmed, said, that 1-0 hodics. niosL of them Eric DonLildson, F. C With Immense BopwitK Will Make Attempt SAN FRANCISCO. TO YAN'COUYKJl. Sept. the Sept. A llussian comruuntcntton received ny the war office ?jiys an air reconnaissance tlial Kamonlov, rommantlcr of the anli-Uolshevik wlio about tnc mldnlc of August liroho Ihrouzh Ihb Bolshevik lines, ia slill opera tine behind tho HolslievlKi 100 miles wcsL.of P.ihov. Ho na-s rut (ho railway, seriously Int-crfcriiiE vitb BoUhcvlk ammuniLion and iupiillea. Antl-Bolihfviki Ofteniive PATIIS, Sept. UiiJAlan troopa on the Archangel trout carrying oi] L a successful offensive a Llic llolshevik fn tho railway sector, says an Artliangol .message received here. troops, it is an- nounced liRTO occupied Iho lown or Onega, which wns hy Iho Hoi Ehevllil in one uf their recent pushes on Omsk Front OMSK. SopL three days' i'Ugh ling beyond I shim, where Gen. Dicdcriclis, commander ot Iho western nrniy of Omsk, h'aa launched an ofTcn- Sir Eyre Crowe Named to Peace .Prem- ier Lloyd George PATHS, Sept. Kyru Crowe, assislant uiidnr-flcrrcUry or alatu for foreign nfi'alra In Iho llrltisb cabinet since arrive tomorrow from J.omlou, hiving hcefl apHotnlcd envoy on Ihe supremo council of Iho pence conference, lie-will have Iho rani; of] cm ambassador. i Sir Eyre Crowe will aifccocJ Prem- ier Uoyil George as a member of the supreme coAiiu.l of thfi conference, r'nllowing Ihc signing of the trcaly with Gprmniiy Mr. Lloyd Clcorcc WPS forced lo return to London ami could IKo lo 1'arh only al frcQiiont intervals. A. -1. nalfour, Drltiali secretary of rtcclsivc rcauiT. it appcnra, nowcver, isUlefor foreign affairs, look Ilic rrcm- (o be In favor of Iho Siberia [cr's unlll nfler the signature of Iraors. 1 the Austrian treaty, wlicii he nnnouuc- Gen. I'cpellayer, ('.ommander of Ilio'cil he would return to London, Via- Siberlau ftrmy, has held the northern .Milner, Cnrxon ami Oen. J. sedor, astritlo Iho Anhlm-TKIincn R, n, Scclcy, ivho U'orc mcnlloncd for -fl, against a Fled drive !n which j iho vacancy, were, according lo re- v v MORE AUTOS NEEDED TO TAKE THE CROWDS TO COALDALE FAIR LcthbrlJge It lo Coal- v1 'dale lo nilcnd Ihc fair in large t-rov.-iis. afternoon to RO out. Auto owners ore urged Hie Tloanl of f.- Trade to put their cara at v ot fair visitors al Jl ff per tcrfioii for the Phone 1J. H Harris, telling will GO nml Inko a load. Autos Irom in front ot tho Herald office at two o'clock.- arrivals on the steamship Prinzessiu iH-it night was L'ypt. Kric Donaldson, P.'C.. Ti'ho has announced that lie will essay a Irans-Pacific fiiglit by airplane. Tlic flier intends lo "hop off" fron3 San Francisco and fly via the Hawaiian Islands, thoiice ID an- other island in Ihe southern Pacific from there to his liomc in Aus- la. Tiie clioicc of machine is Ihe Sop- 1-rcrraiw, cquippcil -with n spec- lid llolls-Iloyca cnEine similar lo'lhat used by Capt. Hawker in, the Lranr- Atlanlic flight. The niacliine is now on Ita way lo America and on ils ar- rival nn aerodrome will be eroded ail- fjjtiroriL lo San 1'nnicisco and a "navfgalor has been chosrn ftiehL Hblctyps force. The Rumaniani diibanded all of military and police forces in Hungary and ai a con- sequence there may be great dis- order throughout Ihe country. The pesce conference has not "ashed the Rumanians to withdraw com- pletely in fact U has urged them to leave sufficient forces to guar- antee order pending Hungary's eitabllshment of some scrt of protection to prevent re vert ion to Bolshevism and disturbances. The peace conference makes jt clear that Rumania will be .re-' ip'ornlble for whatever I may occur in, Budapest-and'oihcr.'. parts-of Hungajy ifMt ignortt the. request'of like conference to -ij-limiledijaree-in the capital and j where the awaiting an tVjlQr-1 ST. FAUU 3Iinn.. Sept. bandits ti-ho, shortly aftcr'lp b'Olocki- Ihls morning, robbed Iho Jlendota i State IJank of were captured by ihc St. Paul police oiler a running fight In ivhich .50 shots u'cro ex- changed. One of Ihc "lianditg slightly ivoundetl. The was recovered. Minneapolis Bank Robbed MLN'XKAPOMH, Minn., Sepl. 1C After locking five persons hi Iho vault, five bandits, said they were .._ resiilonts of Corpus I former soldiers, made good Ihclr us- a iii had licon taken from n reel! cape in a hlEh-povrercd automobile. x--------' with Ihcm in cash from tlie Avenue PiRtc here today. Plenty In Toronto TOHONTO, Hept, near Portland, on Nucces IJay, upon H'liicli Corpus ClirlKll situated. More Ihnn 3.000 persons were marte homeless hy the storm and Iho prob- lem of lakinj care of Ihcm was one faced when they began Iht; becoming an everyday occurrence' now However, with the rominp-of in Toronto. The gunmen are luring relief trains it was epccled Ihat In motor cars to the outskirts of night most of Ihose nuuc .Icstilulc by llhe city nnd alter getting .sonic tho elorm would bo taken 'care of. i luiicly spol. Ihc cnr is slopped and ConsEricrable anxlcly was cxprcRRCtl the gun Ihc fate of Ihe launch flourished in. front of Possibility Thai Some of Find- ings of Industrial Confer- enceWillBeDtaUWith OTTAWA, SepU re- turned In tho JeLate on tiic nddrcsa do. with 15 persons on board. Infl C noor oday. Col. John A. Curne, North Simcoe. was illaposeil lo niove the fl'l- Jonrrirlicnt lo discuss fraluities in ronncHion ivith his notice of .Thursday, but desisted when it was j explained that Major-Gen. Mcwburn won! ________ A. K. KlL-oll had his pockets The discussion'of this Corpus Christi on Saturday afler-janrt ?7.i In money wilh a gold wntcli maitor js almoat cerlaiu to come-up n on a. flfhjng excurslcin. No ?tolcn Saliinlay. He WPS Ilicii ordered been received from the out of the car. will be nlleinptcd. fJnpl. 'Donaldson which includes four women! -Stole Diamond Hm_ slato'a that ho bcl'crcs thai the flight ihn'slorm.- Fears avo entertain-1 TOHONTO, Kept. the will he easily made with n pood en- gine and proper wealhcr conditions. The caplain, who Is a native of Aus- tralia, saw many months of flying per- vtcc in France and is credited with ITALIAN MINER KILLED IN COAL CRBEK MINE HUItlEI) IN COAL KALL Ihu enemy cmjlloved his Sest troops In in effort [o defeat the first anil sec- ond armies. TA lhawost Gen. Sakhar- btt has gained considershlo territory. Admiral Kolchak to tbo front lust night. VISCOUNT 6REY DINED Sepl. Of6y of dilloilon. recently appointed Hrillsli (o Inc Unltccl Staler, was the linest of honor today at prlralo luncheon given hy.tho Amcriral) l titon. Clnli. noil, unwilling lo .tcccpt the rospon slblllty nf heading the British deloga lion In the negotiations still to be car rled out by tho Conference. FIUME NEWS CENSORED ROMH. SBpl. government has prohibited publication of any iitws concerning Ihc rnlHIary events nt Flume. A officer has been appointed lo Ihe ccnflorshtp. Ife l! armed with nrtlhotlty to .Irate nil editions, of ntwaprnpisra roil- IrAveniji; Hie xOTernmenVnVdnr. ly lilt D.C.. Sept. Id) fatal accident ocxiirrcd in Coal Creek mine. Xo. I easlr this morning when n fall of coal struck Mario Oltvin, knocking lifin over backward while more coal fell on his nhdomen. Injuring him In. tcrnally so thai be died shgrtly after KIAO CHAU'S STATUS HONOLULU. Sent. United States has nsked Ihe Japanese gov- ernment In fix a definite dale for the return or Klao Clmu to China, accord- ing IB rabies received hero loilay liy the Nlrtpu I.IJI. a Japanese dally ncws- papcr. The cable aililerl that the Jap- anese government had not answered the communication. ert that a lieal-y'casually llsl'will be 1 clerk In (he jewelry alofe or T. and reported froni-s'urroundlns towns sev-i Smallwood went into a room al the cral of which; were directly in the rear M tbe store lo examine a dia- luoml necklace yesterday a sneak thief lifted 23 diamond rings from a tray and walked out of the store before Uic thDft was discovered. The rings path of the Elorm. STORM SWEPT 20 MILES INLAND Tox'as. Sepl. Tho slorm whlcli struck the west coast i "re worth over JI.ODO. Corpus Christi on Sunday carried j ilhli -nitrl-wreckage 20 -miles NEW VOItK, Sept. the DEMAND EQUAl PAY FOR WOMEN AT WOnK Near Corpus; Christi: where the j increased vigilance of the police, the railroad I rafts were washed away, series of holdups taken they wore twiKlcrt lulo the shano of a i during the past few veexa con- corbc-reu-, one" half'to Iwo miles In j ttnucrl loJay. Six .nrnied men in a black touring car held tip Ihc drivers of Iwo American Express company wagons In the downtown sec lion early Ihls morning, bill the amount of thdir theft was not made fcnown. A short Huge hridgc t weighing thouFanris of pounds, bales of cotton, parts of housca their furnishings, cattle, etc., were- thrown Into the tops hy nl tliia point Tho debate dragged, but, there .hp-. j a disposition lo Imve Ilia t" lli as soon 03 the house Rat Iho evening. Tho probabilities are lli a I some of Ilio conclusions to lie. reached al Ihc industrial relations con-. Terence will be cryslalllzeil into, par- liamentary acts before the and iri thai event the session will be. lengthened. Should Remove, Bicon Duty- Ktlmuntl Protilx, PresCoU, In reRiirn-. Ing the debalc today, complained of., the high cost of living and argued that the sovurnmcnl should remove tho duly on bacon. A. T. Legfr. of Kent. N. B.. made ac- cusnllons agnlnat who arc. rounding up defaulters in Xew Brims-' wlck. pft there as Ilie vnlcr wcnl down, j lime lalor, men ;iii a- car The San Antonio, (Tvnlilc ELIK! the ilcu-riplion of that used by li.iilroad vest from Oilern has liccn Hie bandits wero sirrcslcil n'jt far'from waMicd out and bridges 011 thn' pulfltlic sceno oMlic Ihoy rio- OTTAAV.V. Sepl. ot j roast from havo. lied i nlcd all knowledge of tho crlmo. Ilic few ycnra hfivhiR forced (lie gulf const I 7-------------------------- ol women Inlo Ihe indus- In I counlrs- trinl field with Iho result that there Is not likely lo bo a return to the old order of Ihc women of Caiudn .should work." (kninnd equal pay for equal was Ilio subject of a allrring appeal made yesterday at tlic racellng carried lo pit uioulli. The jot the local council of Women by Mrs, deceased, who Is a native of Italy, KniHIi. M. L.A., of Vnpconver, haa Mvctt .'in t'crnlc for lie leaves ;a wlfo and one gmaH about three years of atfe. C. M'oman'a part In the industrial 'chlld, life of Canada GJr I since was cons Me red, tlio. waif' and livppn Oilcm nriti fhrlsll iiis sea all Sunday nlplil anrl cv- rry point is atill flooded fl-ilh wal- cr. DEATH TOLL. BETWEEN 75 AND HUNDRED conrus ciimsri. Sfpi. 16. ThS death toll In SundaJ-'a slorm IS SLOWLY SINKING beiweeii To and In Cor-llnS. pus ;.And towns LONDON, r.fnt 1G.--TI1C slcsmcr Crnvnda FTrutk n mine off Tcrs- ohclllng lighthouse, on the Dulcli cdasl today, according lo n lelfrgram rcfelv- crt by Uoyd's. The crow lias aband- oned tho vessel, r.hlcli Is slcsb; sliiK- along th'n coasl. nccordtng to nil ostl- 9WEDES WILL WAIT FOR PARISH PRIESTS URGE raale loilay ty. Dr. W. K. Wills, cily OERMAN REPRESENTATION QUEBEC WOMEN TO VOTt hcallh'officer. STOOKIIOt-M, Sepl. Linguist; cbaErrann of Ihc general or- Ranlzatlon of.lahor and president of Ihe hoiiso o! thai the worklngfncn will not lie offlrlallp'reprcsenlcc] at. Ilio coming labor ronfcrcnrc In ton .unless (Icrmany nnrt Gernlan-Ans- Irla sre nffloially hiTltctl lo send QUEBEC, Sepl. al! Ihe par- ANOTHER RACE MOT ijh churches of Ihe electorate division SepL negro of Quebec East on Sunday the vero nrGcd lo vote In' thd corolnR bye- elf (lion.i They ivere lold II Ihelr thily. lo havo their, nmnes oh thp elecloral in order that they oxcrclsc Itie right of Rlrcn Itieni by a federal act (.wp.i'njitrcri and ji palrol man as.naiiUed .In A (Ighl no- fToci.dnd whites which brolcp. oul-yes- lerdaj'' it' 56tli nncl. LennoT In the hcurl of the negru scc- Uon in Ihli PAHco rtscrroa wore snmmijned' RECORD SALES OF MUSK RAT SKIN3 ST. LOVIS, Mo., Sept. In muskrit" shins amounting to approil. mitely broughl yesterday's (otal al Iho sale of Ihe International fnr exchange beyond the iletlai'ed by luiyera In break all records for auction In in'e.dlinoiltlon of Iho 5BS.OOO rnuakrtfs sold, n price jaiil to br nrtpreccdentcd when ofie 161 of 400 uelta wcnl cal-K W. F. Micl.can, South York', dis'' russcd his favorite Ihemc of natlonal- Iznlion of "railways. Al the evening sillinf II. K. Lavlcr: neur, Quobci1. Connly. who Is mayor of QHcbcc, accnscrl tho government of I wasteful expcnilllnrcs in that-city Iii I connection Vilh Ihc T. n. terminal; I James of Kinss. T. E. and II. A. Korlicr. I.fllrelle, cpnlinued' Ilie debate which was adjourned'.by J. Archamhaiill. Charably and Vtr- chercs, at 10.30.. New Soldier's Bill -Before the house-adjourned, Hon. N. W. ROwell Introduced his hill-for carrying on, (he Tfork of-lhe ileparl-. ment of Ilie soldiers' merit. Ho. explained ihat the depirl.. ment was noir OBtfallnK in-conncil passed under Iho War Mea.v ures act and of- llieie would to be embodied n hill. Thn .new among other, things: deals wilh Ihe scale of antes Raid jo abldlers who were belntf.. trained Ihron'tii' Ihe alJo ijednes Ibe classes' relcrned. men belonged lo. ,Ile eipressed Ihf. hope-Ihat II would ,bo rendinff (ornorrow. when it referred ttf a .ipecltl Hi was fitat reading 1 ;