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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME UL AUiiam. SATURDAY, SEI'TKMBEK 26, NL'MDEU ..f Trade IMUM Report TUt Settlon J.1TTLE FA LUNG OFFX IN LIVESTOCK NUMBERS can supplied and this condition continue until 'the spring. Small Builnix Increase Tho condition of the people la Southern Alberta, dem- onstrated by The' fact that I to whole- sale houses a small, de- crease In IheJr business as compared with the period up to tie present lor the calendar Tear as compared with similar period of last year, whil "THE SMILE THAT] WON'T COME OFF" As the result of a rcauesl received I the retail mcrcnanls show an indua: by tho Hoard .'of Trade Irom the I trial situation from .an- equal business "Farm :iud Ranch Review" lo B 25 per cent increase, thai In view of adverse conditions In It fs remarkable-lo note that the the district being made morn of than J automobile industry, retail furniture the Bltu'iituui "really warrants, with and filch concerns whldi might first _------- i.- fa shos' a drop In the a'ftmi'cter, as detrimental cRcct on busimjs organ lialionE as a .'consequence, there should be publicity given lo condll- ions a3 they p'-evali at present, altered V the lalcr rains; the following re--. port has been prepared by the board. The report carl bo regarded as an ot- flclal one in that groat rare has boen tatcn lu ouUlnlu'e the Jala. 'The new picture, it will be soled. is not so" ibaded In color as Ihosc which have gone before, uud anything of false and cugjeraled impression which lias been created should, in the "'of the present repoit, be .'nrpbrt-er Prcjtnt Condition! In Southern Alberti are he Imagined Industrial b: well as, If not equiva- lent period of tho year previous. not a.s good as they Urae but ihiy are a. treat iloil better lhan press indications would learl the public lo lieiicve. The lol- 'ii n'tabulated o! the jjriin and- the .figures used for rear the- reiult of conservative titlmite at points In Wheat Otiar! grain '-.L .1310 S.S94.131 JJ1S White Star'Liner ;With Thous- and Soldiers RelDrnine from North Russia ff l.d'Annuimo To Be Given Jusl 21 Hours lo From City CLARK CRITICIZES BOARD CF COMMERCE OTTAWA. Scpl. lac vi t'rfmui'jlisi ihi.-i -jlurnoon Dri v PARIS, Sept. d'An- -Michael Clark spvc-rely i-r'.iiciz- i nunzio may be given 24 hours to ON' HIS WAY WEST II. ft. IT. THE P RI.VbB OP AND Ill'NTIXK TRIP. HERS -HE IS SEE.V PIIOSPHOT SBF.MS'T.Q .UK VER1" S WENT l.XTO THE PLACES ON' A G 'I'D GO XIPIGOX. FISIUN'G TUB "n nit-iiiljcr of iho hoard nt lv conmK-ri-c" fur .sullnc that cx- licrlR stoppwl if (iricftn Jo HOI come He ihir, a? ou economic Insanity. BULliETINS PBTnOGRAD.WAXTS PEACE Scjil. 20 (Vja LATER Later it wai atatttf by. the mln- lirtry of tMppIng that the liner hail been refloated pro- ceeding lo her. destination. The tbe Vedlc, of tons net. The veeael.Mrhfuled Into deep- vvater by wanhlpcjand tugA which went to sovicl. cJIv of Pclrogrnd'ihas empowered tlic people's "coiiiimsJaries lo begin pcttcc ncgoliaUons Ihe al- lies on Hie fasi of contlilions fixed powers, ac- s received licre I By Belgians aha i French on Vimy Ridge [-DOMINION HAS NOT ;YET ACCEPTED OFFER 1 MS 000 i Klrtwall today Ve- 1 porfa a "Wlrte Star lioer.uh'bre north of RoMUiiaj.'.'. H Iii 'believed, UTS from 1 17f rv'av-- m. ratio tIe.niUo ol per is orer 1J1S In lurii'liai' more ncres'.under c'jlllTallon the procwSins year, (the-. Eclualipercenlain -Mt Bflnff available) bbt.holwiUistandlng the ad- TerEe conditions experienced thii year, Uiera" cin.'.he brouihl under cultiva- tion. a large majority of which is now the Orkneyi- b this It _ uEi Hit; troops ou -ready for seeding, 5 per cent more acreage laan waa under crop In 1D19- Rilnfall 1918 1917 1518 3.77 0.03 May June July August 143 2..J7 1.-I2 M-H -0.58 0.7S 1-23 ISIS 1.15 D.5 LOG 1.05 1J.SI 5.74 .3.41' It irill be noticed thai (here Is a.dlr- ,ert ratio helKeen Iho moisture avail- able and the outturns' of the crop. An analysis of (lie-'n'lnfall for a lengthy potW ahows' iKat Ihe year or two -jrtrt'ahnorniilly low. With Inn intro- duction of greater -areas, sach aa'are now actually confempOalion, theTieaT- leat perVcre.recordi w.Ill'become an; assured fict-eich year'' bringing with It a stability of industrial enler: pflse rot now enjoyed: .'The' hay crop of non-lrrisated lands lim.yleU 10-pef cent.'.less .tonnage than -la'st year, -bnC. with Increased acreage under biy In Irrigate land and k'nlich heavier yield; than'any preceding we will prodoce ner cent tonBage "of'lr NumcHcallr the Same carefol niTMtlijatlon, we find that the: cattle "In .Southern Alberta, hnmirlcajly, ilf a- greil at dato they. the same period I year, SotfUbitandlng what appeared to )M. a r'ery .helvv export of cattle, (he nMaral supply to the abaltofrt from Ihe West, there has iitlltlle'oiiwrlitlon In cattle or Isolated cases of In- ahlsplng their entire herd, Trnlcli at gteale'sl ware very few, are fo'fce found. find that the move outside (he province for slaughter was small. Tho of sheep 10 mouulftln rtlurulnff- "from '.f the fronl. She to lie in a serious coriflltltJii, being ci-preEsed thit Honaldshajt where. the "White Star inor' Is reporfed, ashore, la In tlie Orkneys, "to the noHhi ol.'- Scotland. Tho Orkneys lie along '_thc. route !aken by. ressels. stHUfag'.Jrosi Hie Arctic and alont the Korireglan coaaL lo Drlt.Bh ports'.-' Presumably the liner was cwrj-inf British ,'troop3 from the eector 6[ north Russia, which Lhe Urltlab, army liiiuiw evacu- aling. r LONDON, Sept. Some lime ago Belgian gov- ernment presented to Canada X ereetian of Vciti'adi-MftjSr -'recercf as 'memorial of ing In Yprtt sajient The French' Boyernmenl also of- acres of Vimy Ridge for the la'me purpDie. It ii "learned .that the mayor of VimV has written Intimating that while he hat Instructed to allocate a tite for thii purpose, ha has noi yet heard whether the Canadian government intcndc to accept the gift of the ernment and is, alto whether the French offer will be accepted. Unless something Is done vvEth- out tfelay these cities may. pass under the 'control' of the British Imperial authorities. Spanish Steamer With 450 Passengers Went Down Sept.' re- ceived here from Havana confirm the loss of the Spanish steamer Valbanera in the tropical'slonn which raged orer the Gull gt.Mejlco adjacent iratera last '.Among Iho first- class passengers' was AnSUstlo Saenf, a Havana merchant; who. "was accom- panied br his ihrM. eblUrtn. There were five second 'Class 'passengers and The of-tht Tessel TBS SI. Martin, and the. chip's complement In- cluded three otfkeri, -A chaplain, six iinder-officcrs, (qsr doctors, [ito en- gineers, VMS, nlno seVen electricians, one chlcl EtewaH, eluht cooks, 10 teamen and iwo The majorllr Spain. Had 440 ftmtngtn. -KHV V.'EST, PU.; Sspl. With nVvrecklnr creir; and dlrtrs ciamln- sunken null ,vlth with In own 'domains. Ctil Owtpirt Will ke Larteit The mlnlaf Indmrrj for (he piM mumins. haj "been tied up on no 'cnnt resnlting In a strike which been tttli- ftctorllT. MttM. There waa little or no Ikr4nrentanev- or- hardiblp occas- lewd Inr till .rlrlto ,bal as'lht con- nerrM gf hare liwn very irilvi rmaierasnt It the hjdMtrr -.will lair and ttM {Mint Till ta tke lir- to ike hfctorr of RtnQitrn A1- WrU hi the conhg .winter and wilt rmly be (orefKed amovni of .be secnrtil lo frillj1 op- trtt- few month! onrinpc lire simimet Ikere' was n lurnlua of laVor 'aClke ilnie of wrillnc (here peal [or lator steamer." Valhanera, which 'foflndcred during the hurrlcjiw last .week, was eipected lo cleared up today. naval station here, his offered -all facilities, wllh-lwa guard boats and other craft In the March. Toe ship, bound porb to HavcDa. wti last heard frtm oa thi night of Sept. when Iho enlranct to Ifartna harbor, testerdir a steiner bearing that name.-hut re- pcrlM by ofTeN to bereilfK small- er than tha aitallng (oanrt sunk 'oft .Ilghl, W rallea from KeT.XW-'-V" The wreck locAled .jard'il'ond Wan.'restln'g on i-bed-of qnlckiand In feet of water. IfiTera Ihe.hnll re ported th'e wreelt-hAre IK6 namo Val- only half'as Slink Without Trace NEW YORK. Sepl. H.I vana agents 0[ Tlnlllos Iszfiuirdo nnri company, owners ot .tlio-''missing slsamer Valbmcra sent' the cable message, here today. "Steamer 'Vfllbaner.i sunk near -the Rtbecca shoals, 30 miles rest of-Kc> West. Neither ship or can he Members of the firm said thai Ihej irero not eallsllcd, hc.wevcr, thai iho ship Vas: lost.; They recalled :lhat. h year-'and a'half ('Isappoarcd during a severe sloru and arrived safely oL Havnn.i 1-1 ilayi later. ii i Formed Againat 284 8' in thnt proportion-did.the farmers, owning land In the Leth- IrrTjatiOn trict vote at the 12 Mile School house en Saturday morning to erect the irrigation district arid proceed with the necetury, ttept irrfgatioW at'the earl feat The Tnforrha- 'tfon was given to the Herald late Injs afternoon by R. R. Davldton who had just returned from the school houie where he plumped in'favor of the project. A. major- ity of '276 out of 292 voters Tc conildered about ai big as even the most er.thviiaclTc might ex- pect, was the utmett errthui- iasm ahown. Over 300 cars were lined, up around the school and the larfiei' of the dlttrkt good work along by Mrvlng -lunch at noon. Following' the 1 erection of the dittrict nornina- tlons were called for and the fol- lowing were named to contett the .election for the Board of Trustees district: Mcnrs, Lever, of Crofts, of -Commercs; George Chew, of NobJeford; Tom Nolan, of Nolan'i Ferry; Pearton, 'of.iron Springj'antf M'eiuch. of Monarch. The remit of the elec- 'llo'n wiU be known Saturday even- Quesl-OTi Asked Vvhal Abbul Winnipeg Leaders OTTAWA. -Sept. Hie dis- cusslon on freedom o[ speech .and freeiloiQ oC the press at (tie industrial move his'forces out of Flume, upon' vJhich city a squadron of; allied have turned their according to advicec received here by ef Berlin and Vienna. It ii indicated that thii ultima- tum will come from the allied powers, representatives of are reported to have conferred at Abazia, about two miles north- west of .Fiume, to which place they retired when Capt. zio entered the latter city. Trouble in Cabinet ROME. Kept. Xiltf and Foreign MiulKter Tlltoui havE the Fiume incident Lhe latter disapproving of Ihe nreui- ier's attitude, according lo Lhe news- A dispatch from Trieste says a fleet of airplanes has lauded near I-'iuuie and has been placed nl the dis- position of Capt.- d'Amlimzio, having, flown from one of Lhe Italian avlalioo- cainps, brigade of Jjouibardi troops wliicli arrived nt Flume and voluiileer-l Jed to. join Ihc D'Aiinnuzio forces I sent back to iLs garrisdn; says paper dispatches. Capt. Irl cbtitrol rl ani; ctiro oumeE Being .Got On Ground To] conference yesterday, R. C. McCut- j approved in a nianltesto jssueil 'h> Sink Hole on Wood '.River SITE OF WELL 15 chcon said Iho qutfllun of sedtlion Itie Xalional AssociaUoll o[ ivas a vital one the west loilav. If Soldiers. it was a seditious'act to, address public meeting and' advocate certain changes in .economics, he '.VQS this conference would uoL accomplish niuch. lr InuuGtrial peace liiet I JI11IL1L. II llluue LI Ml ItlrACt: IUCL IIIC.UL- nja] Of individual right, lo .eipoiintl a j'lheorf. then .lijut pro- ('HErir Bress far. V V-'--" CREEK, Sent. tUo About, ago C. Shea- eight men Indicted ;ln-Wihnice'j. for the Imperial sedition. .They liad'atwn't if day" in Oili the dlatrlct. Ja'l and.he these to Into ''the? oil Hla commenced.' The new stvell It bt-. n.i.i n. Wood river, cTbtevlo the Dry; aboik ilx wirth- of Dry Fprk'.PMt Office. I ling equio- ment Jt already at Plncher Slat- The drill ma will be In of Shiiler "and wttrk will he proceeded wilh Throng; Year Will Be in Dralh QUKBEC', Sept- internation- al lator union decided lo put'DUO of Lheir -rep'rc3enta.ilycs ncipae5r-wno avBos'nercrops, tto lielped; Ihrousli the. muiii-. at couticllJi, -.'anrt in' order -lhaf tbr..: nrt councils Tuay hare .llic." necesgary" inoner to iieee vlnclal governmenl will next Tuesday morning .consider, the report on.-" con-- prcpared'-Tur, ifiejn" liy [li'o1 deputy minister of agricdlhire, .nnrl pass the neCGssary ell. pernilltinp Llie uorrow the governmental, a' loiy -l. of interesL. Tlie.'.hiunicipaliltes _" h Heeled are Catntfron. Brcnda, Kdward, Albert and" 'Winchester. Retail Merchants of Ontario Say Board of Commerce Or- der Not Fair oft n-A4Ve.f Sepl. from Ihc lUtail Merchahts Assotla- Siberian Armies Making Head- ivav, Caplaring Prisoners nnrt Much Booty O.MSK. Sejil. BaWinroIfs Bdvnucc continued In the ft I reel Ion of .Kurgan, about 200 miles southwest-ot Tobolsk, harfng canlurcd In tho pres- ent offensive five complcfa staffs, two thousand prisoners, 19 10 niB.cHlnc end a amount of other, booty. Cosgficka operating on Ilio Itft flflnk havd ratriftd posll'.on In rear ol Llic cnemy'.s line, the BoKh'.tIkl l northwest relreallng toward (he lion cr.OnUrlo hfla heeti Fficond ntberlan flrmr. under Dominion Korarnmcnt BSalnsi-Uie Is also farcing Its wtr order of tho board or commerce iu fix-.] pasl the [lank and In-the rear, of the Bjil'shevlk artiir on. the Ishaln-Tlunien Ins one'cent a pound. the' felsil prpf't oD-sugAr and addressing to .the that no iVroMcutlons. be underUken. untjl. the have had 3 chnntc (o'pWscnl their 'eMo of -case, 0. the iccrelarfi.. in.; making Rii-j nonnccnient, In virlglllnj. relallB.ra Iftst tn'o poiinrjs 'iii' bai'ot 100 Is" reported Ihc front. serto'r bird gabs' 'SPANISH KILLED sept, copuins .and Sp.airlsh military nvlalpra, lodny when ti'riev airplane For .'.This "Porpose Covernor- covefinB un- foreseen expenditure! aggregating .were'-'iatued. during the ftrfilrnenUrr'reitlt, according la a report Itabled .in the' house to- aiy: Of thii amount, J375.WO cov- ered -the 'cott< ef mcvjng stock from and to different areat in 'wai required In connection with tfie of 'the .g6vemment elevalof at Port Colbornt, while J20.000 wii required to cover, the coit.of the of -the. Prince at to the field as candidate, for the fed-1 loans will he repaid out. o[ nestTear'J' cral seat In .Quehcc Bast in. Ihe'coni-. crops In the majority of cases.. ing hye-elcclion, a vacancy caused by I IN GRAIN TORONTO. head ___......_________ first into a; funnel-shaped grain bin. announced their candidacy, and-'Dr. I Into which grain-was pouring, Phillip is1'expected ll'o'.bB waa suffocated to death in I: _ llio death 'ot Sir Miirle'r. Jlkhael Walsh 'was nominated and hc'acceplod.' LF. Gallitpis, i and Oscar Drouln, Liberal, havo also Alpuonso" Lessard the pronahle olflclal ndnllnee -of the Liberal convention 16 Be .held shortly. Markham yesterday. lie 23 ycanf, old. WILL' KEEP STEEL PLANTS OPERATING Sept. Rc- po'rU that 'the United 'Slatei steel Corporation '.W6ufd thut down its ptanll .In .the.'Pittsbllrg dittrict un- 100 per cent, loyalty ihoWn-- by the workers at Ihe'olflcei of the CarnedTe Steel lubtldlary, .Tlje'planti will oper- 'n -f for Congress Urges Minimum Wage. Better Housing and Compulsory Eduqatjofl Sept- In' makfns rapid progress ycsltrday the Indns- Irial fconfcrencc dealt with several !m- The 'report of Committee Xq. 3, on minimum wngc bws, WAS by Sllss Helena Outlrldnc. ate- aa n'ww' SAID 'ARRESTED PARIS, Stpl.'- Said, who arristW hr tho Dr'ilish at L'eJrut recently, as- V- rilsturhlng Inlluence. has AellVered lo the French an- Iborltlen it Spirt. He will kept ImiJtr' .goatd 'Iii .Algerli, It (3 it- o TA'K'E ---fiOMIHANp ON BMINE PARIS, Jfl.-v-l Bel- K liim to' tit KTAnn.lhat.-l rrinch gencfnl be given Therefore, be it resolved that this to; duslrlal conference recommend Ih.o government and provinces, which. have not ndopteil mln.imui wage Uws. for women and .children the apieedy Investigation" "of. Hie necessity'for (nth f laws, and if enactment'.. and was unanimously "adopted. Tho j of .such legislation. government waa urged .to appoint a 11 h further recommended roynl commission. to investigate the! various' provinces ndopt a nutter of m'' wages unsklll-jlavv and method of application, M ed workers nnd th6 cases the -wages fpf" ernmcnla were to, lake'flcllon wbmeh and children Is'lo be to ensure Blii'il cdu'callohal from time lo.lJDte, doe lo every child. In one ol the lurgerj hclng given lo local" .living conilf-, female worsens were being I lions.' grossly undernal-J.- It'is the opinion of this confertnffl.- K. M. Tfotvcrn. of Ihe.rtc'lall Jler-'........ chants' "that part In rctafl storts'he not Included In Hilnlinom wngo Committee'. I The report of tkt. tninhnuBl "Whereas It Is lhat. niuin rales ol rshoild" thfoaghoui C'-anaaV.ipr. 'and children fate or" Ing' to" 6thfr IJiod And'.wtiere'aa Ihe HtfireMf.. coAlrWnd ol' Ihi for women find 6hlldrcn h.nft, hftn fortfW'.oit. lie-BhlnK the jo.nacUd In'ffve.sinirrtoibi ondrndoii foiir of the province's; thnt the- Dominion government i Appoint a royal equally of representatives of ctaployers And the public lo, .Kate. to unskilled laiuo aV report. jala'rlM has c'onimittoe thai the par' wAlrtSS'lflC- .WWWlr hrXur' rtat-' te e tp'. inendsj'says (C'oiitinned ;