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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME U. UiTHBlUDGK, ALBKRTA. 7FI1UHSDAY SKPTEMBEU 25, 1'J. Liberal Charges of Manipulation of Soldier Votes Cause Acrid Debate CANADA MAKBH GOOD OFFER FOR G. T. BY. LONDON; Sept. A. on Ihc information from Canada tiiat the Ulcsl oiler of Ihc Cannin'mi government to Hie Grand Trunk Hallway invol- ves the assumption of all lia- bilities nml payment uf an an- nual rental of the 'Times says that nil concerned arc glad-lo see the matter set- tled, for in the absence of any definite, conclusion, there is little prospect of renewed market activity. Party Feeling Runs High as Acting Liberal Leader Charges Hon. A. Mcighen With Improper Distribution of Votes Meighen Does Not Remember Sending Famous Telegram, But if He Did There Was Nothing Wrong With It, He Referred Only to Voters at Large Who Would Want Votes Placed to Do Govern- ment Most Good. OTTAWA. Sept. There was an _ inquiry before a committee were al- lowed, 1L could lie shown Hint Lhe tele- gram bad uol been stoleu, but that it "qut. ol Ibe Inner old-time debate In the commons to- day with yarly feeling running high. Tbe code I el ep ram which Liberals ety lion. Arlbur >telEbeii sent lo Sir Robert Borden during the last general election dealing with tbe JlalriLmdoa or (he voles of who voted at large amongst various Manitoba coc- lllueiicles, was the bone of conten- tion. D. McKenzle, Louse leader of (he oppcel.fQu, who reeved for the a special commit lee to In- quire lolo Lhe matter, and Mr. Melghcn were (he centres of the day's opening battle, be continued In all probability throughout tomorrow's sit- ting and lermlnale with a division. The- tele i ram about which Ihe house wan BO much exercised today Ural produced at the national Lib- eral convention by John AdasiEon, a lawyer, who was Liberal candidate for Selkirk .constituency. Mr, McKenzle declared that It Indicat- ed the existence at election Lime of bad .been Vote on Legislature Mem- bers and Also on Prohibi- tion Question TORONTO, Sept. 25. In connection with "double election" in Ontario on Oct. 20, there arc lo be two ballot boxes at each poll, one for the .refer- endum ballols and one for.lhe election will be only one deputy "reluming officer far each poll, but will .oe clerks and scrutineers' for Separate :Totcra'. ilBte 'wlil also to -provided for wcli or official .'Renomlnite Meant SAULTSTB. MARIB OnL 2 A' meeting 'of Libenl-CtmjterTa lire Association b been called .for Hwhen it is PIERRE LBNOIK WILL CONFRONT Bl. CA1LLAUX FRIDAY OR SATURDAY PARIS, Sept. Pierre cordon' of Ihe Unionist party." In so as Lhe vollag overitan was concerned, he said lint If a par- liamentary inquiry authorized, it could be shown lLat niucb. fraud had been pratHceu. Melghcn. hi reply; said: J'I liavo said before, and 1 repeat nor.-, that I Jo rot recall senilmc this telegram. L have absolutely no recol- lection or it." lie added Ibat there was absolute- ly nothing vrong about (he tele- gram and that if he had sent the mes- sage; It would not have been addressed lo the premier, because Sir Robert Uorden did not deal such mat- ters. There was nothing wrong In tbc telegram, Jic maintained, because It referred to "voters at con Hilling chiefly of men vho enlisted in the United States and who !naturall> would desire lo have their roles placet a widespread- ayitem of 'manipulation where they would be of Hie most benc of voles direction, ot minis- jTlt. 11 was Ihc duty, he said, or Ihc terE, invoking ihe honesty In i'ue liilii- to Inform thes rto present lines of great-etforts to himjelf of a market for his at profitable prices. 'The big business ot Canada is built c- 'on'foreiga TfliB foreign trade has'to be financed. Loan pro- the credits. 'The fanner 1i proTlded with' narked. perfect an organlzitlon. He there irere about workers In Tie irajn grower of the West n- nlTlnf JS.lS.a buinel for his wheat, and prosnrllonatftly good prlcei fcr his other products. Al a natter of good bnslnMs, lie Western farmer Is grged to inTMt eTery cent of hrt Mnrngi that he caa spire In thcso.tonds. MAKES FIRtT FLIGHT ACROSS NORTHUMKHLAND tTRAITt the sleel mills; .'Of hn bad "joined .he slrlke. Mr. FlUpatrlck uld that had Chnlr- an-Gary' of steel corporation agreed to a conference toe strike CHAHLOTTiTOWN, P' E. I., first to fly NarthimkerlMd Mrarts at the enhlbrllm frMmsta frxn.Truro 1JO p.m. ysotaraKy, makini lha 110-mile trlf (n ar. hMr ansl five minutes. Iwd 'kMrtf Stevens and Lklrt. of the Ot vifi Aviation. They broujht ktitra fntn the mayor of Truro .the jnd of the Island and tna mayor .Charlrtttetown. IN MOMTMEAL NAMED :dTTAWA, Sejrf. S. W. .lacobj. VP., Montreal, sUlni Ust nliht lhal ke-kad beta by tbe depart Btesji.of Itnmlrratfol ,'ttat Cholowlci has been sp fettled coMll Wr tae republic Po- Mosrtreat sad that he ei- pected (o'lrrrVe from Warsaw' lo fchi new duties. i? V IANK CLEARINGS Dank clearings for ihe week 4> fading today were 9760.U6, as for Ibe cor- rtapondlnc week a year don't know where.their pay comes from." "It Is a fact lhat [his shooting oc; currcd t.n connection -with n coal strike and before the steel trouble, Isn't asked Senator Phlpps, Colorado. "But she was shot to rut the fear Into our Fltzpatrlck 'said. he. eastern littoral ol the Adriatic, teryieweil last ithcfc Italian-leaders are reported to i minister jc advancing on Spalalo, Sebenico aiid denied the would cot hare (akn was asked: "If Judge Gary consent! now, will Ibe strike go "Tea, UeT are going on now, in mr oplntoo, natil Ib'er jostlce.1' "We'd be Interested In ha'Tlng you UU'.oa wnr jva.couldn't poatpone the niilll after pmldenl'i Indue- .continued Senator iaj Fitzpat- rick mU. "11 wt hail waited we would shot to "WVal 4o rou br thill" asked Senator Smith, Denocnl, Goorgli. ahMtlflf "if fartnla 'All klndl oC-ltUnUatlon tbroujh busimw -ritiptlrlck said. 'Thmgh the bones. Mendren the ot tetrlog up cardi or quitting litir Shot like Fannie Selllna.Toiie'Df oar organizers at Brecaenridge, Pa." 'Tfcsaed for an explanation, Fltz- Patrick introduced1 a. photograph .of the dead woaian. "Sbe (poke si one of Mr lie Bali. "When tha gmaMn shot ah old inan sbe tried lo protect tome wllb titr skirts; then the order.wa's firen! 'Kill this one, 'and'-they aHot her." (A news dispatch, from Pitlaburg nn August 24 reported the allllig of Mlts Selllns. bat said che was an or. gaalier for (he Mine Workers arid waj klUea" In a'labor Hoi near the plait of tke Allegnenr Coal and Coke Conpanr'.. H lid not appear she'was lion for the llMl Pointing nl ft V main'In th6'city until Oitoker 4 leaVe for his 4 toiir'ot United-SlAtei. .The 4 Ttsltroi tkta'oeeallon will be 4 6! an-'hifonnial'Mtnre. 4 the president of the union lhal 11 the conference failed lo avert .a si: the walkout would begin at midnight Friday nfglit, I Mope to Avert Strike LONDON', Sept. Is uniler- 1 stood that a certain amount ot-pro- IgrGss toward a solullon of the dtrfi- jcuHy was m'ade during the discussion at the morning conference. Sir Eric arranged lo meet. .Premier Lloyd George in before tbe re- sumpllori of Ihc conference to go over ha ground coverc-J by Iho morning's discussion wllb. rep- resentatives. During the Inlerral between Ihe morning nnil afternoon sessions an in- vitation was Ecnt lo the managers of the various railroads Inviting consultation with Premier Lloyd George, Sir Eric Ueddes, Sir Auck'.ind Ocdde.i, minister ot national service, I nnd reconstruction; Sir Robeit Sle'f- cnson Home, minister of labor, and Sir ilavid James Shacklcton, .yerm'an- cnt Mcrctary or-lbe ministry 61 labor. The conference was resumed at 4 o'clock this afternoon. ll wss-cxpecl- cil thai some ieclslot nrrir- cd nl laic today which would avert the Ihrcatenert strike: Although the negotiations not completed, prominent railroad men de- clared prior 16 the afternoon session that the proceedings had been to'sat- isfactory that it was probable no strike- would called at the present lunc- lure. The Bflernoon conference continued one hour, after which the rallwuymen representallTca Icll for a C6nsullftlI6n with Premier Lloyd George al his of- flclal residence In Downing 9lree_l, BRITISHERS INVITE AUtTRALIAM CRICKETERS Sept. Is reported thai'Anntraila has been In vltfd lo send a cricket'team (o iMd onL sanimer. REilSENInlil Declare British Dominions By Men Earned Right PARtS, Sept. the course of the discussion in (lie chamber of deputies OTI the peace trealy yesterday! Foreign Minister Pi- chon upheld of the IJritlsli' dornlnlons. to the league of. declared lhal France, had no colony compared wilh lue'-'Tlritlali Dominions, which, 'had raised nearly men daring the war. Dominions Not Scrt. Arthur B. Kleili, former asslslant jec- retary. o[ .tho imperial writes to the press, complaining lhal, Tvhlle.thi! league coTCnant frankly recogrilzes the-rights o( the dominions and tn'dln sUtua with European recent'ton- Tendon dealing wilh air naTlcolloa provides that the empire as a wnole has only the same voting power u United States and France. New Plan to Red net Cost of Mr- Instead .Price. Fixing LONDON. Sept. Important food Order comtt fnto operation on Monday next.' The new feature of which la rhe' local cf mrt by Ing pricei but by .limiting profits.. The order la to be applied'Drat, M the mldlanda anal the commoairl.fM 3 afTrcted fruit and voawt- aniea, en wnkh tne mtMlrnMii. profit perrnrHed trnl ers will be S5 air cent. TM mar- gin of.orofls kM from wMtige- ALL filOHT, IF TRUE 4 PARIS, Sept. nmar was 'In circulation tfce bonrae today lIiat'KlcoUl nine, Ihe Rmslan Bohnffrlk 4> premier, had ;