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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta in. AIJHUITA. WKDXKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 191SI NUMDKR 231 Doherty Declares Gratuity Impossible On Second Rfidinf of New Intro- duced Rnwtll GRATUITY ISSUE DEBATED IN HOUSE OTTAWA, Kent. proposal Jorlh ky fHurncd sqliilcrs tlial a (rstnll? of J3.0CS shall "be paid to Lloyd George Speaks Today What Will Say of Ireland How About General Election! LONDON, Sept. Lloyd return lo England last night from vacation al Deauvl'le. France, and brief visit in Paris, will be followed tonight by an address which will bc delivered al lhe London city t dm pie and which, In view of lhe oilreme noliUcal and economic unrest prtrw-lllrg In country, is awaited with keenest cur- loilty and Ir.tcreil. i Among the many topics which the public ik eager lo hear the premier dLicuit are the RunUn situation: Ireland; the reduction of national expenditures; Induitrlal developments; the probable dissolu- tion of parliament and a general election. An election would be particularly welcomed, bul it is doubtful if the premier will tpeak on subject it iugg that he will probably avoid controversial topltt as far possible. In view ol the fact that the speech wlll.be addressed to International Brotherhood Congren, the premier probably will confine himself mainly to elaborating hli recent appiil to the nation lo co-operate in the estab- lishment of a wsrid order, leaving other matters for addresses .he hat promised to dcLlver MW svery man who served thai J1.500 and fl.OCO shall lo'thoto .who served-in. England Cinada respectively will ,nul bc considered the Roverninent, lion: C. J. Doherty, m'nlatcr of fcei.kine.in ihe house thiL coin mission which will be" anpolnled to deaj wilh the nen" toldiers' civil re-establish- meat bill will not take up this mailer. He sUtfd dial ihe proposition that every relumed man, regardless oi'iiis financial situ Ion. shall bc 'paid I Vic jfratuiiy is no( in the Interests of country nor thr, men Ihemsclvcs. Mr. Doherly's statement came afier a number of mfimlrers lind presied their views on Ihc matter rrecipllntcd by Col. _.Tohn A' t'lirrle.-Xorth S'lnicoc, on (i motion adjourn lhe liouae in order Lo dls cms the queiitton of gratuities. Give Soldiers a-Hearing The minuter of Justice.dcclareH Ural the ROTenimenl had given every op' .representatives of .the PoldK'rsMp.slttQ-their vtewfi and had Xlt'sri coiirleav: WIR no limit fn f ot doors in lhe face; ol any he said.. The RO.Terri Tneiif; after'clrtng every consideration "to the propoial. Jud decided 11 "iris not feasible" and hid slated its deci- sion frankly. As as the appoint- ment of a ronfll commission TVIS con Denied, Mr. DohtrLy Elated thai the Kovernmenl coulj noL see what TilV Ministry Rtconitructlem l.ON'no.Y, Sort. dis- _ usslons aie atoot as to the possi- bclbllKy of a working i freemen I be- -Treen the younter memberK of tlie Unionist party, headed by Lord Cecil, lhe narUimentary labor party, ac- cording to the political correspondent of the Central News, lie adds that Premier Lloyd George has au ambition to lead S'jrh a conjhinatjifii nou- thai [ho premier has returned lo don, "Ibc r.Oiole silualion Is full of Etnklnc possibilities." Much depends, aays Iho rorrespoi oil Uow far f. lhe labor parly will meet ndvnaces to j join the reconstruction of Uic ratals try. Undertakes Task of Restoring Order ALLIED LEFT CITY McKERZIE KING L'KELY TO BE OPPOSED IN P. E. CHAULOTTBTOWX, P. E. I. ScpL persistent hos- tile- crilfciEm. by the govern- ment press on the it lain] ot MacKenzic-King strengthens the belief that he is to he op- posed by Prince county at the coining tyc-clecllon. Mi-prem- ier Arsenault Is lively to Be his opponent as it is expected he Crowd, Splendid Exhibits and Excellent Parade Mark Opening of Coaldale's First Irrigation Exhibition Everything in Readiness Large Crowd From Lelh bridge Today (By a Klaff Fleporier.) Sunnv skies and perfect %vpathcr creeled Fair .Manager Frank Knapp j a An amusing future riccl a. lead of most Im-j For sweet i-hiidrcii. Hniiustorin in Evening Merely The Coaldalc Order of tha Kastem Star had a car driven by Mrs. Xorlon and beautifully decorated in white ami sold, the colors-of the-chapter, and- Carried n nuinbrr or of. itie I order. Oihcr srLondidly decorated cnrs wcrc'tliosc cf Served (o Add tb Crowd's Enjoyment Races A short proRram of races was also Frank Knapp. J, 11- Shimckjrun oft, as J10-" 12-1, Pclo Rovenko; 2, ft he ope ma E day of the Toaldale (he parade I AfiTerl Kraiuer. Mel-] R I was lliree t-'oaldale j-ouns men would capture the French vote. o I judges had awarded Ihc prizes for; best decorated float and car. In botir I classes lhe conipei'tion was very ket-u and lhe Judges had an unusually dif- j ficult lask on (heir hand. To the SUE-' .gill Agency ivas awarded first prun For bc5t decorated fEoal.sas iL shoived erhlbltor had carighl (be spirit 'oT lhe fair, vrhich is to show Lhe pos of Irrigation as compared with dry land farmlnc. This (lout ivan drawn by a magnificent span, of roan draught horses, and wan decorated j with graina and grasses in sheaf and _. and from botli iCW Head of Railway Board idrr and irriRated land, and so placed Presides Firrf Time al Jas The float of J. n. .Slilpick was a Ottawa i close second, Bhowlng baled alfalfa, ______ i blue JoinL straw and timothy placet! 1 ;lier on tier on a'lirge draj drawn iby a. .maBOlticeuL four-tiorso team'ol Muilc During lhe ajteraooii the his leg in sliding lo first, when continuoilFiy..aiid adilc-J I ra e, bfg STEEL STRIKE Sept. has isolated Ironi the world by Hie Italian govcrnmBnl, which'is appar- .ently taking slops to meet the silua- i lion lhat his arisen- through the ac-' tlon of Cant 1 MILLERS PROTEST noat, or. special mention were Ihpse ot Farm Products, SerL board j railway commtssioncra for Canada dale Jazz rcsterday began Iheir regular, Lrafllc sittings to be held throughout Ihc Idcagon Hie Central station build The Bert Crop The. competition Tor- the Lclhbridgc besl' in h Tabcrjihe SCOre 'stood 5 to 1 In Tuber's .'avor. of-ihe Match Tahnr aud CoaldaTe aeain clashed in Ihis event. Blanche Van Or man rilil (be hurling for Taber, ivhile Olive Colletl received and Jennie Kmdc and, did the same for Coal-', dale. The ganic had lo be called on account ot the approaching storm.lu lUc foiiilh inning, when Coaldale lia'd- it on the Tabcr girls lo lhe tune ol 4 lo 1. Rainstorm True to form, irrigation brought moisture, and about u p.m. a very licavy IhmiUcratorui passed over and drove tlie crowds home in a hurry, but" lliey went home happy snil ready, la': ,T came back in bigger; numbers agauiV That Number Dwd Corpus nn B, Dislrict as Result of -r.v..-..-. In'the evening-lhe dance was heltl-; in Ihc Hay Growers' Hall In Coal dale spieridid dance music till the smnll Ifours o[ the .'norning, ,-iv-lJllc.] Sunday.-Stortn FOUR THOUSAND PEOPLE DESTITUTE ihe younger set of CoaMale and ant. Gafrriclc d'Anminrio in rllors all Ihc-tacts which leil Lo Ihc decision. "Whal reaEon rfnslliero for Int a coTiiihlssIon Lo ascertain fncls wbfrh iverc already.in Ihc possession of Ihe asfced -Mr. Do- .Coniirfer Re-eiiablishment Plan la ipitatTon by. Unjor ficdman, Jilasl Calvary, as' to whether Ihe consiilcr nink> trtjf monthly pnymenls to soldiers, ijic nilnislcr 6t Justice aaid that any mat- siticc (hat time baa been learn cd of cvonta in the cliy: j of Ihe incident has J shown, .According lo advices, thai the plan to Eeize Fiiimc-nriglnatcrt In Yen-! Ice; the-prefect of lliat city li said lo, have been Involved. v. peace delegation has PITTSBURG, Pa., Scot. John Fltzpalrich, chairman of the.. national committee for organizing Iron and steel who arriv- ed today from Cleveland, told newspapermen that unless s. last tele gram was receiv- ed from Elbert Gary, chairman of the-board of United Slatei Steel Corporation, the strike of Iron and steel workers would go into ef- fect Sept. 22. Issued h ttalenaent iridlealliik -that It was reported Ibal a telegram lhe Italian regular troops arc mftvint; into the cltr. Italian baitleahipa arc said ing, Ihc first and of J each Hon. F. B. Carvell, re- IcunUj' finpointetl lo hc.chainaan, pre- I sided for Lho JJI-SL time. j Tlie complaint of the Dominion Mil- I lers' Association, represented by C. II. and the ManufacUir- I crs1 Association. repreaepLcd by--I. K. nnd Brown, against the rniUmg-in-Lraiisii rules fireti by Ihc railways and which became ef- fective Sept. beard. Mr: Wat's and other representatives contended thai the Jalcd auto was equally Ticcn and brought ont lhat of >Frf. H oilman, wife oT .Presi- dent Hollman ofihe Commrrrclal taking ihe red ribbon. She drove a Xasti "six" beautifully decorated willi creations. rosca on a "blue and J Lent. i Wednesday's Pregram fine weather there should anrt was repore a a eegram aa -been pent to President Uompcrs. would bc a sreat nardship toj' Mho Amerkan Fudcralion of Labor. jV1'6 miller.1 as tlie carrylnB out bare hcen.dBmasetl" by their crews [asking him lo altend lhe meeting of j him Toultl necessitate a reguTar have been unable to leave the: the national convention hero lomor- 1 bookkeeping system lo .which hn has PRESIDENT WILSON ON IRELAND'S CASE ON" BOARD PRESIDENT'S SPKCIAL, Sept. forlb Tor iho first llmo his InteiTirfllBtion of the league of iialions corenint._as H Ireland. I'restdent Wilson said in a sLfltemcnl today, LhaL Uie covenant would not bind tlie "United Slates lo'nssist in put- ting .down In any v foreign .country >nor would it limit lhe. poivjfr Of Ihis country SAN 'ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 200 persons dead in Corpui Chriiti and immediate sur- 'a record crowd there today as the roundingt was the made hihllg are'all juuged antl well .worih a careful visit. The sports will be i good. The Taher band will again'he, in aUcndance afternoon sncl anri baseball matches and races ivHl' lie a feature ot the aficrnoon's fun; tvlnlc In the evening a big dnncc will turned soldiers. I ho records sno'.ved IliaL had Lecn placed In Lbi juihllc serrtro and recently they wera u eniaieri at Ihc Vale of 10 to 5U daily. n. Soldiers Deceived leader oT the earty thll morning by Roy a former mayor and chiirman'of lhe. Corpus Christ! "relief cornmit- lee, in a statement to'lhe Associ- ated Press regarding the storm, I "Fr6m to persons here are absolutely said Mr. Miller. "They Kave losl everything they had except the clothes they were wearing when the storm struck and their need of financial aid It preiifnQ." Ten Million Property Damage CORPUS Sept. 17. more ttian.70 hours aller tbc tropical luirricane-anrt .tidal wave that'made such liugc ,rcnts in this Tc.Tas rosst city and crivirons, U was Edll Impoaslhlc lo esllmoto with auy degree of accnrar.y Uin.lqss pi.life or take place In tho specially prepared alfalCa dancing pavilion. f.- In TcroEplze indeijondencc damage to property. Eacli search rc- of any', country _ who seeks -Lo -I-JTealcd the increasing horror of lhe secure freedom. It was indicated, that it I To a'ali -Iralantl's case WHS might he week or more, before its noL heard-at Afeisallles because CItcnt IB known. is strewn tr U dld.nol come within the jur- f- isdicliftn .o( Ihe, neaco contcr- enf.p. .r I' 1 i from olie end of Iho city lo itio.other may conceal many bodies ?.nd to- crews of men are at'work consider the accomplished fact pf (hoi occiipallon'or FiumA as Tlnal' WANT ENCOURAGEMENT, FOR STEEL SHIPBUILDERS KINGSTON'. OnL Sept. crvftnr'f, RCLiriH jeaaer OL me wn... utFk. 41. JHW n, who lollowed, charned Miai cour.cll ot Ihs board of Iraclo (n this Doherty, and Mr. Ron ell hud relTcrl the returned soldiers and the public. The lallcr had 'told them the veterans could be heard" by Hie home eomnUlRc incl now lhe rtilnislcr of (Justice atialirred (hit (o a 1 fresl eilcnt and said they would only he heard on certain maltern. As a re- 'jiuH we had heen llrdif; In a fool's (paradise the incmner for Calvary indd withdrawn Ills mot'on for n royal from million, only in find Ihnt HID com- Kilnaion IVRS- nol lo rover the K round had eipccted U lo. He charged Mr. Howell with nmk- IBC with a double mean- and tiked U it wjiji A plan lo for Fort William nt the nanic lime Ihut no evidence of lhe voild (then by Ihal torn- WMT Cc mm It tee Hon. N. W._ Rowtll replied, to Mr. VtiKMffle tnd'stld thtl the laller had abandon load hit elttements. The bill. in. on rciclifnff second rtcdinfr would bft referred (o a cflamlUeo of the holuc flhlc'h wmld ilio hMe orderi-ln-coun'c'l 6n air mtflers connficLed with the ntftbUthtnehl ot Boldferit before. El. TMt covalttee had (he power Lo hear verNmA ind would ,fm ftnonr Mils' clnsi. AMitftnfl Alrf Miolon, vho.woa city, a view to encouragement of Ihc slccl shipbuilders of Canada, a resolution sugsesllnp (o government (hat a bonus bc given Labor Conference in Scrappy Mood V As it Considers Hours ef Labor Issue exploring them. Ofiolals arc. agreed the riealh list would exceed 100 and some unofficial estimates placed it at between 201) and 300. trllli .hundreds us and (bat'the us6 of foreign Iniill shlpa al.leail Ltiosc over five years old be. not allowed. ('rots In France, Major ncdmmi, ivho was wountlctl nl holh Ihoujiht lhat the stvcn or elRht liumlretl million dollars Involved In Ihc proposal wouM he more than lhi> country. could nnderlnke to pay. but both furorcd addltfonstl aid Tur er.wlio really needed It, llcdman expressed his Bads facllon wish the government's decision to name A' parliamentary committee. Thla rommittce. 'he said, would report bafX at Iho end of: lhe ecssEon .inrl any necessary money" bill irlll be piiscd, a Square Col, C. Peck, who hM more rttcoratlona than afty other member, him it If Iron) :thc cheap beinft played to the re- AH itie. Soldier waul- OTTAM'A, Sept. of -A plc-n for tha lumbering, ajjricuUur- slrikas- were rfnplorcd .and nv nen'Jal find othcc seasonal (nrtustrfcs, warning Troni l.ibo'r lo employers Is-'which "would bo handicapped uy shor- Lawi ed, he Mid, A deal. Some- should dene lor ifee men who Irf sirred lonfett. "Uii. ..._ nr. Xlthifl 1 to bludC rHrnred for the (o rol4irrM ttifoiif h uctoro the national industrial coiifercncc. harl proceeded very far with Ihi.q morning's session. The conference openerl Jn n sort of fishting niooil and it was nol very lonp before lhinK3 become .1. S, of ,thought labor liad been going too far In using Iho term "ron.icripllon of wealth" anrf threatening a nlrihc to enforce Ihc S-hoiir day hi nil induslrlea. There abonlil have been more oT A Uplril of fair pUy, he clilmert. Tha con- ffrcnCB wns not (-ailed for (hat sort ol IhTng.. Mustn't Be Ont-JIded J. A. Olllls of Sydney, X, 3P a dele- Kite of the steel disclaimed attempt ID force class legislation. Xe Industry had yet ruined, by of labor. Kvery dollar InTCTled honestly was worthy of proper InleresL declared, but th up of libpi' earn profits on lind anrf water wnx not. Ifgltl Speaking of fair play, he aald: "It CAR not all one-sided, we fair with yon, mual >on hlio Rlre in a lUllo more of wliai you hare pfcaiccl lu fcrrt -proflN tu thfe !er h6urs, was niado r'rascr OreE6rjr Kl. John, Nf. H.. and J. Thomp- son, Carlcton I'lace, said maiuifnrlnr- Air Buder thought Lhe present con- ference would help greatly In shaping Canada's position before the Internal- (nnal conference, whcrfi it Is hoped lo remove the of (oreiRti comjietl crs would bc more than wise lo Intro- lion by standard Izfng tho laws rc- duco lower hours where they cuulrl. hours ajul conditions of lab but held that libor .should stale spec- oj-. ideally in what Industry shorter houra wcrn to Lc enforced. ol rcraona injured or from of the property 053 varies lo )00 Ilepprls from amall towns In tho path of thc'Etdrm slaled that authorities were burying bodies, unidentified, as rapidly .ss pa? Fo'r s-miilary'reasons. Ettimtte 2W Dead 3 Teias. oCl additional storm OF Commissioner O'Connor Dt- dares William Davits Com- pany Doesn't Know TO11ONTO. Scpl. (he board of rommcrco inectlnf; ItHlay, William T. Kox. represeniJntr Ihe Djvlos Paclclns Company. sUleii Ihai- -10 rrlall a lores xere. operited Ihc Tn Toronto while business'wan also, carried oK In other Ontario Business been dls- conlinned, he the corh- .P'jny .could tiol .operate at a profit lhal city. Mr Kox outlined hi detail tbe ayft- wcrc brought lo ibc temporary -mor-] Lem [ollowcd by Hie comp.nr.ln pur-. RUG here, early today; brlnginR the I chasing hop, IhaL buying prices known lisl In tho city up lo R2. aL-a ol (bc trojiical'hurricane; .which cupaRcd oxcluslvcly by ,the company' woTil this section lasV-'Silnrtiy. Tlic.M'crc given a commission on purcha.- rlal known dead nor.' exceeds 160. :fudlns .cd fit T'orllanu, 39 nl nor Ihc UlrecEorH any I'oinl II at icforrtlnj Ihe Union Stockyards. Mr. TriXK- coiigralulateil Ihc confer- most rcll.Mile -..catiinatcs Iterc OTICC lor Its spirit .of "give and lake tomPatl .liad Cngajc lhc (odnv pbc; the ol lire Mr, Thompson also that MID I and bellorerf L'flnarfa won scrrjng Iho in IrajMsslbilily. Tho HI In- etprets the opinion that U would Industry. i H. A. Butler, or the BrilMi mlnljlrr of lilror tod of tke fabor coftferelico, BrMti T, Trlff and .Tojin ('...Traiit, offldtU Nit- Federation of jb'm'pfoyees' of fhc flutes, 'fVpsi-iit UiTa ImpotUnL The on tlif hcnn 'of ttiini of iris conclwled Mfore the fiubfecl trie eomklttee for Mteritloo mil report. (rinc'IM -ttm lid ilderatfdi trulm fct Alter con- irajc Ian, will tioifon central'labor unions, have v.o'led ritueh for otAera. J'l" was not. to JuppdrL the.police "to the n-llh (he In their strike (or un'On Inlo he de- accordlni lo a stitemcrit made ll a ehould be easy for M cwiU nwetlnx of the police iinloti lisl The trouble by >Vink McCarthy, UKR! Utm (hat you mllr don't !kfto> tbe Kederitlon of Uboh yonr coats 'ure.'l union Nfaerled (hull Mr. Fox, "Oh. f think so, this ritd.not indicate .an I would Hke ;