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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 10. UtTHBIUUGK, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919 NUMBER 23G Annunzio Holds Out Fiume Rebels Short of Food Rode On Outside of Mail Car Tij] Opportune Time Pre- sented HseLf to Strike POSTAL DEPARTMENT ROME Sept. lime lim- it fixed by for the lUllin troo.Qt that Wft porti [n around iLid entered the eHy with Cipt. Gibrltle d'AnnuniEo to re- turn lo' thfflr lilt night. advlcei from the went Capt, d'Annunilo'i coup thowcd nil were itlll In control of Ihe clly. The food situation there IK to be ter- There have been no advices as to tht blockade of "the by rival and military forcti there are rtporli Jugo- slav trooni are concentrating on __.. L the Ironiltf between Fiume and THINKS GONL j the hinterland. There are Indies ._______. j tlont ihit people not euenlial to the defence of the place may bt compelled to leave ths.t the armed forcci may able to hold out longer. 1 The inter-allied forces which left Fiume after the arrival .of Capt. d'Annunxlo's troopi are re- ported to be at Abbazia, about two miles northwest of the city, where they ars Awaiting milruc- tlons._ Sepl. oKi- rial version or the Yobhery on tho Can art km National Railways between Hnrlaka And SI. Unace, iroulaintd in r a statement Issued from Tbe Montreal! offices ol t.io Canadian National Ita'l-1 ways, I "Mall car 2GI2, which left Montreal; for Halifax on Canadian National train j "Xo. 200 nl 7 o'colcJt rive- r.Ir.s 2nH Ijsvls .at 12.10 ycsLorday" morning, was'entered men at ;i apnioxitnnlnly miles casL ot LcrU, Ting Iraln ass'Me J cut of Levis aiid UK far as Ilarlnka Junction, tour mllee east ot that point; a pusher engine, and aL St. Josephs, two miles east of Lcvls. one of Lhe mall clerks lo Ihc above car discovered a 'man liaitRlng Lo of me car on steps leading to the car- door. Upon being ques- tioned maii dork as 10. what he WBH dbinK on tlie, Ihfi man in- formfcd him he was all r'glit. aud nol to hollier him. "Shortly aftenvari] a revolver was pointed through tho tt (tie mail clerk. The tloor was opened aiid Iho two masked men, 1 armfiJ irilh revolvers, entered tht car through the door. Taey gaEECiJ bnnnij mall clerks, who' In the car. ordered them to !a> on the floor, and -proceeded Lo Ilic car. lading iihie money BULGARIAN PEACE LEADER PLEADS FOR CLEMENCY ON GETTING TERMS Lethbridge Northern Vote on Sat. Touches What is' Iteing Said Aboul His War Service SCHlllES I'LAN TO HIG and valnalile j They also, cut es Lenoir, French Traitor, Escap Firing Squad; Will Confront Ex- Yoling on the I.ethbrldge v Northern Irrigation District takes place at Twelre Mile Coulee school house tomorrow.' v Saturday. ,T. Crolls la the returning officer. During the. forenoon owners o( land in tha advertised area, will vote as lo v whcther Ilic dialricl shall be organized. Provided this car- ries tho election ot a. board or three trustees will takd jilace immediately alter noon. Own- ers of land hi Ihc district are entitled lo vole. As there are a number of_ local men who land arc nrgod Matrimonial Invasion of Yankeeland OTTAWA, -Scnl. lion. W. acKi'iizio-Kiug, Liberal leader, In hia before the con- ference yesterday explained HID wort- ings of thu Itortefcllcr plan. Mr. King, lo vetcr to war _ time production of c.oal in the United i v StiiUM'uiul branched off to eav v lo he on the school am not unmlmlful or What Has The Action Is one of hcen said or uiy war service. Some day 1 shall people what I was trying lo do for Lhe allies, but ihis Is not the Adam tl. Hay, of Winnipeg, said lie Tvanicu democracy. He had been called "an imponea ScoLlisli agitator." but ho was here as pa Canadian and, working for Canadian __ j democracy. lie was against the Hock- Premier Caillaux With j be a bureau, it must he on a non-par- Startling Denouement in Trea- son Gases Which Have! Shak-- en France's LENOIR WAS TO HAVE BEEN EXECUTED TODAY I'AIIIS. Sept. was made ar this .morning of ihe open a numoc'r 6f mail bags and. Look I postponement ol the 'execution, ot conlenlfl... Pierre who iried, with roughly han- riled whl.lt the.' men pilfering (he bsRii aL litnea" ielnif, walked upon wh'.le.' lyiriE In a helpless .condition.' Thc'thofL was :commIUcrt TJ'hile -the train was ruiiinng between Ville Marie tbt thlerea left "the; the packases irlt h (hem. According lo fori6-qf- ihe'irflill clerks, thesa -rnth spofce .and but peered to be verted --In' Eng- He "ilao slates met bypa other men at Montm'agny. v Inalwclor Green, ot Que- becr adilseg, abo'ut pay htvc: disappeared. w'ts IlraL discovered In charge o( ihe Irala after had til Motklmagriy, "The postoHlcc department and also tbe railway detectives arc uow ccn riuctlnp air Invest Igalioii.'' Money (mured QL'KBECr.Sept. H was learned that tbe money stolen from tho 'Ocean Limited. near Ilarlaka early thli morning, was intended for the j of bank' employees in various email towns ol provinces. Two Quebec banks had in the lot. The amount was Insured. ToUl Haul Unknown .OTTAWA, Sept. IS.-r-Jiist how much the btndltA au'cceedcd In securing will not bo determined for gome days. The poit office department haa been noli- fled of tbe robbery ny wire and efforts are now being made Lq Comedown the mail.wllh a view lo deler- milling Ine loss._ According to advices raichlng.trio riepartment, the cir con- rntll only, but wiiat value of the money and articles In the mall ieriaibr others on n charge of' comnm'tycallbh mllilarr iiewg to the ericpiy. .Hc'was to hare "aced Iho flriDR -squatl at dnwti i N.S.W. ASSEMBLY VOTES FOR SELF-DETERMINATION IN THE CASE OF IRELAND SYDNEY, Australia, fiep.L IS. New SouLU Wales assembly, by a vole of 29 to 2Ji, carried a private, members' motion in favor ut tnc-riritiFtf sovernrncnt grant- ing st'lf-delcnniiLBtiou for Ire- land. lizau bheis, chiefly for Hie purpose ut receiving and tllasenilnatiuB inlorma- tion on industrial councils of tlie yar- ous kinds. F'red yancouver, had liad some experience our shop (-oioniittee and had found they were rt- move many a petty, .grievance auil pre- vent strikes. Labor would continue its QfTorl Tor 100 tie.r cent, membership, be find keep on figai- thai meant Etrcing guar-i of soldiers 13th 5.30.o'clock Lhis mornirif., A, short liihe" afterward Major Groailer, 'comniaiider 'oTv the' troops at Fort and Raux, prefect of police, afriyed and a firing squad frojn the .26lh Unmount- ed .Chasseurs took up posUion. Al o'clock two actos left Ihc fort and drove rapidly in Ihc direction, of the exccullon grounds and men and women goinR lo wort, seeing Ihc sol- fliers, "It is all over for 1 but at 6.4S o'clock it was learned that Lhe was dc- Iftyed for a ,.Tho rnillLorF Juallce, n parly of! lawyers and chajlaiij went to l.c-1 cell at 6.30 o'clo'clc, finding the lOnclemncd man vcfy.cilm. ".My father IftUght me not to he said, ''end I shall die courageously, i love Frnncc and never jelras'edjiiy1-country." x After Scjlp Asked if he" had any commnnlca- llon' to make, replied: "At the moment, of death I repeat ivhal 1 have always vainly asked, Lo Joseph Call- L Hon. J. A, Chairman And 19 Majority of 19 On Division officials here arc to say. yet unable Slft D1DNT PAY INCOME TAX TOnOXTO, Sept. Wllllim tn'd a namber of other cit- izens oi Toronto are lo. appear in court lo upliln why they fa He H lo checks (o Otliwa (6 defray Ihelr federal Incomo (ax. v The Issued against Sir V declared Income ol OTTAWA, .Sept. .._ probably be the most Important par HaTncniary commillcc or Ihe Cession was. named today. It is the Apecia committee which will give consldera Lion to the .bill soldiers civil rc-eslaWishmc.nl before which ic confronted (Joseph tonner premier ot Fra-nce, la now under arrest in a hos- pital near Paris, under, cbarrei simi- lar to Ihtt upon which Lenoir conykted.) T Lenoir then' argued thai the action of tbe court had shown that hta case and thai of CallltUX were connected. lawyer Iheii demanded that request lo bfe con fronted with be corarannHftd lo Iho nnAer- sacrelary o( rnllllary Th's rione and the order I o postpone tbe'eiecutlon frat received (wo hours later. When (old. that he was not be executed thlg morning, said: "Before OoM and man I sivcar I nm no, trnllor.1' the iTJ03t imporlant ever held In Southern Alberta and la at- tracting wide attentiou. Sept. thoAand well-to-do Britiih women determined to obtain A me He in hut band i soon will arrive In tho United Stitti, according to a warning JMUtd lo todiy by S. C. Seymour, of Cam- den, N. J., who hat Juil returned from Europe. Seymour wai employed by the military authori- ties to' the traniporta- _tlon of war bndei of Amerlcani in different parti of Europe. She Announced the matrimonial army of irwzyiorv had already 'applied for piuportj and would arrive at loon at Ihe pretent are lifted, which l> expected to be on OcL During her eight monlhi' abieiice Mn, Seymour arranged for the transportation of 300 war bridei. Ternu Handed Over By "Tiger of at Paris this Morn- Theodoroff Blames Ferdinand for Bul- garia's Entrance Into the War Did Not Want (Jer- man Alliance, I BULGARIAN MISSION (SIVEN 25 DAYS TO ANSWER THE TERMS irrigation Branch Is'Urged to Revise Its Estimates on The Lethbridge Northern Project !u regard to Lhe resolution passed! at the Thursday meeting of the Doard of Trade last a com- mittee Lo -go Into the question of the rcrlsinf of-thc estimates in con- nection wittt tbo Northern Irrigation Project; tbe following lueni- oranclum v.-is presented ard submitted to the board at Uie Thursday lubchcoh this iveelc. Conies irill to Premier'Stowflrt and lo TV. A. chanau, M.P. The memoraudum-rcads as Lhe department ot LLe Inlerior as In riew the possibility tbal the (essential pafl pL" tbe survey Ihc vote for Lhe issue of bonds. U is understood that Ibis informa- fton WAS compiled hy Ihe irrigation office deparlmcnt of the- Interior. In connection with the made some ago, but that the esti- mates' of were based on pre-war prices and therefore will not apply lo presEnl-day ccmditlona. us lo be very dfeBirabla' Ihat; ,'tliese estimates should be rerlsed-by Ihe en- PARIS. Sept. (Afsocialeti Press.1-yTue treaty o( belwecu tlie and aasoL'Sated powers aud Llulxaria >vas [jrc-scnted 10 the Unl- frarlan mission at the French foreign office (ills morning al 10.40 o'clock. Aflcr the delegates had assembled, Georges Clerucnceau. president of the 1 peace conference, spoke io I opejiiDg ibe session. He iras follow- ed uy Gen. Thcodoroff, held of Ibe Bulgarian mission. Gen. Theotloroff spoke for 15, min- plead 1115 that (he Bulgarian pcu- ylc were not responsible for Ihc war, but ItiRl ihe Bulgarian 'Kove'rnmcnt 1 had thrown the country inlo-the strug- ylc. lie uowever, lie said, that the people must suare tbe re- sponsibility- "ThRy are willing do he ;ald, "but feel thai in'nu hzv1? heycommilled such a crime as will compel them lo accept servitude." King Ferdinand --anrt Foreign -Min- ster HadoslavofE were bUmed for Hilgaria's cnlry into Iha war, by Gen. Tbeodoroff. He tild (be Bulicariau people did nol approvo of the German alliance, which, li'e declaiert .0 Hi em as a bul rea- izcd lliey musl accept part of Ihe gineers of the Irrigation braueh of XortliEm IJls-i wliicb IJQS. been "iiqdertafcen ,hy pritbln'a rery brief time bo j Dominion government'. In; (he information which .they. Byc-Eledlon Thursday in Big Majority ;For Ex- Mayor's Candidate J. returned men will make rcpresenln lions as lo thfiir.ncecK bill is rhnyor, as II. 1 designed lo lafco Lhe place of orders- lor'by very' lar; (Srcctol "to The TIeraldl Sept. in- teresting municipal clc.cLlon ever, held in MacleoJ was MageA sept. ISLh, witli Iho result lhat larger number than ever before registered their voles of Ilic men they cb'ose to look a Tier town, and Its'Mfiiirs. Trom Ihp tlnie the poll opened at 10 a.m. ajine-up of voters at Lhe Iqwn.balt nntTl 4 p.m. 1'rom tliaL Unie on thiy came slower.' nolh aides worked hard bringing In votes, some driving from outside points lo' share in llic cle'c- lion.' Now that'llie election 5s over Lhe town AviirscUlc down (ft business, rntcpa Lhat II trie t will jrcady cover'the an iiriBatlon sjrf em lo'serve'tUe''dlslncl, it is'verj'! a proper cslimfllc of Ihe cost oC-the system he compiled earliest possible dale: Such' an estimate together the acres irrigable on each quarter- section will he required "for comiiiei- an'asscssnicnt roll as a basis for able.to put Into the hands of cers'ol ihe'diatrfct be complete and lip-to-date. TYo thereloic bog to suggest (o you lhal you take (JiiB matter up with Ihe Honorable the -Minister.ni: the Jnter lor and endeavor lo ha ye -him Issue instrucLlons covering" Ilic ihalter we have prrscnltd. reFponsiTjflUy. Lave com milled ho said, "aud we sball bear tlielr CODSC-. qucncca within ibe bounds cr.cn.ullr. IJuL there is a. punlBhrnen.! -uo crlntu cnn Justify and lhal is Each, of the 27 goveniDaenls partl- cipaLlriKclu Iha conference, Rumania, were preaenl.. The Hulgariin delegates, Thepdor-- off, Sakesboff, SUmbuIowsky' anil Jlerroff, entered alter tbe allied-' delegatcE, who rose when. erieniy- rcpresentatives appeared. 'The. Qi.fi- ,_ garlans showed "cnurteaus In their demeanor. ;-Twenij-fiTe-daya are allowed BiJl merits of proporilooal wu vel- cefti tod committee' urged tbal cone before the conference are ib ing more and more a get-togeUier spirit. The (bird report that of the. comm.lttee on Ibe question inch action be hot deUriM. 11 Is expected thai several other conmllteei will bo roady'lo report iloriig the clay and Ihat the work of tbe. Mmference ,vlll proceed npldly (rem how IrJ Ihe conclusion of Inisl- neo.r. v of conimlllccs tas (hdj' North Oxford; V. fjmhlon1 Kenner. North Kssex; Hon, Dr. A. S. Dclatid, ncuce; F. a.I Bolton. LEsgar; Dr. A. Chlsbolm.1 Inverness; Col. n. C. Cooper, South I Victoria; A. n. Copp, Westmoreland; Col. XoEfflao IliimuoiiH; Gen.- H. H. C. U. I'owcr. South Quebec: Col. If., U. Trtmainc, Hauls; T. M. Twecdfc, W. 11, Victoria, C'ol. James Arthur.' Parry Sound.' moving lor Ihe aiipolntmenl. ol Iho commlllce, Hon. Howcli: explained the work AIH! record nl Lhe riepnrlinc'nl of civil llshmcnt and there was a general dis- cussion. Al Ihc evening session second read- given io K, i'cdicw's bill lo inako the second Monday In No- vember day And a pcrmn- Thanksgiving hay. It will be considered Tn committee. Dcforc adjournment nl 10 Ihcre was a division. K. W. Jacobs' t of Joint Industrial Mnnells, unan- bill M amend Ihc House o! Com'mona f'1" rrovliUng for automatic byo. The urged Ibe formation I elections within 60 daya alter a scat of a bureau department of; becomes .vncanl, nialdng cleclldn day labor-whlcli would jather'all on U holiday, and-olhtr chunges. lie working loteth'er wllh was iiitder consideration. Tlie .bill ill arguments tor and supported by U.. SlcKenzIc, Unsl tbeit ind hire Ihls Intor- Ulr. Davidson, o! Annapolis, and Dr. irallakle whwerer It Is re- Ullred Thompson. Yukon, raoTcil. the Hoard of Gonimerce Decides Thai Investigation Necessary Will Help OTTAWA, Sepl. Im- portant announcements were r.ude today by YV. F. O'Connor, vice- chairman of the board ot commerce, In conntdltn with Ihe flint agalmrt tht hllh at living. The firri It that the prlcei of ill foodstuffs In will bt the lubjict of tion. For thli. purpOM the vices if local pallci and officers will be enlltted. The other It thai the order. In Toren- 10 prohibiting an IncrMW (n 4ht price bf milk for 40 rfmyi 'It effec- tive throughout the whole prW- quired einploycri and labor. There should yblunUry accept- ance of the opinion of llio committee, Vhlch trtes the for' mtllon of a burtafl to prorlde i means p( Information. The reports of, Iho committees houru of labor and the minimum wage (Continued.lin fife-Ten.) acljournmcnl ot the debate: ant] the mollon carried on a division to 50, a Unionist majorlly. of 19. On the cross benches K, W. bill, North afld K. L. Davlg, Nebpawn. voted with the govcrnnient, and M; Maiurj, held, And .lohnston, Iji'sl Moun fltenn SpdfrgreenrLocal is C. Saunders Was Car Driver A fatal accMent occurred on ihe road icven mllti from iW nlgMr whtn Glenn Cedertreen, a youth 15 knocked down by motor by A. C, Siun- dcrt, of th< Saunden and Grain and luccumberf to tho ift the Gait Hot- to Which he wai removed. At the time'of the accident the deceited WJi bicy- cle, on to have been on .the; middle of the road, Lithbfidge, whither Ihe I car. which, tinlck him pro ceedlnB. The driver of the car is iilrf to have sounded hit horn and obliged to alter hni owirrg ,to, the that a car was some away In the oppotite direc- tion. 1 The. left the car itruck the wheel of tht bicycle Ifrtt. The was picked up by Mr, and faken to a residence clote by, and Dr. Oalbralth phtned for, .On hU arrival the lid was removed I o Ihe.Cilt Hospital. i' Deeoted'.lEyed at the river bot- tom. An will be held to- morrow. mornlni-1- Sent. (C.A.P.) surprise IK exprqgaed here ,al a newspiper