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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta in. LKTHBWDOE. AUUWTX FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911 NUMBER 2-12 British Railway men Will Stride at Midnight Could Not Give Frame To Italians Would Mean. Trouble With Czecho-SIovaks, Jugo-Sluva, Greeks and Rumanians PROPOSAL TO DISSOLVE PARLIAMENT DENIED The Prince in Alberta's Capital CONFERENCE V ROME, Sept. 26.-----President Wilson's reply regarding the new proposals for the disposition of Flume hai been received, the announced today, and was found.lo Insist upon his orlg-' that the should be Internationalized and not annex- ed lo the centre of a ( buffer state" between Italy and Jugo Slavla. Thj dent dees not inelet, according to the pressj upon a plebiscite In the buffer-Elite at the cnd' yean, us at "first proposed, and '13 con- tiinti lo IhD reeliflcatTon of tti; cittern frontier of 1 stria In favor of ItsLly, In the district of Aibona. ROME, Sept. Min- Irter Tlltonl declared during the meeting o( the crown council to- day that the peace conference would not permit Italy to annex Flume, became tuch action would authorize the Czeche-Slovaks to occupy Tetehen; the Jugo-Slavi to forcei Into Klagenfurt; lo claim Thrace and i the RuminlanV to annex Banat. Won't Dissolve Parliament HOMB, SepL that OioTunl Gtolitli, rormer premier, pro- posed Lp.Iho crown council yesterday .lhat Premier NILLL should dissolve llament-on Septi-28, after having" er- the sitttatlpii. are dented by the ropolo ol Turin. The auwBfriger i certalaT the governmen accept the proposition of Korelgii Min- ister Tittoni lhat Capt. d'Annfinzlo's replaced by regular troops." D'Annunzlo Speaki HOME, Wednesday, Sept. a proclamation Gabriel d'An-j nunzio'lo the people of Dalmal'a, the poet-commander of Fiunie. declared: "Tlife fate of tlie AdrlaUc must be decided only by Italians. Any other races would be Intruders. We refuse to allow I hem to prevail." A message from Hume states Hut American author, Henry Foi. hi? arrived there and offered his 'services, to D'AnDiiQzlo. It also ia declared that an American naval officer Lad to help D'Annunzlo de- fend the c'.ty. Outline Policy Saturday PARIS, Sept. Nilti and Foreign- Minister Tiltonl -will make declarations on Lhclr policy 'In tlie cbtmber of deputies tomorrow and ask for n rote of confidence in Ihft govern- ment. according lo a dispatch lo the Temps, from Rome. The entire minis- try will' attend the session, tha dis- patch adds. A.dlipalch from'Spalalo today by way of Belgrade says that movements of Italian troops have been observed In tho zone of occupation. Detach- tppeared at Donrantra on the direct route fo Trau, nnd at six aallcs north of Trau.' 1TH GOV'T. FAILS TO PRODUCE SETTLEMENT; ORDERS OUT The .Prince., tallu. wllh Uia Hijlilanders at Edmonton. No Wonder Price of Bacon Is Sky High W1NX1PEG. ,ScpL. cloiure .of the -practice .at the pj" giving' hpg3 dried grata and 'just before ylac- Inf'them on the" scales In. order lo increase weighl.i llie inflation re- ,sulUriE in an' increased .cost to the packer and ultimate consumer wu '-Made by aeorge.GallaiheVof Oal-. fore the 'of ,'commerce to- strictures aimed lit him by members of .the house ot commons the other day. In brief, his explanation was Ibat he did not say all Iho lie was lo have said.or (lone all Ihe'things IB u'as said to hare done, added, hi justice to tlie prflss, no news papers published any such items as Hllributcd. to. Ijltn. ..--j T; Questioned r by Commissioner Janiee" Auld; M r.- .G.illagljer admit: led that the "commissioners nt the sloclt yards ordered the. watering and feeding of the animals prior lo weighing. "All food for hogs and caltlc are bought through Ihe JLTnion he.Bta'led. "IL "is (iultc undcralood that (his shall done, nlthongh I knoir o[ no dcftnllc rule." lie ial6 that every- thing was "clear and above there, was "no" "secrecy." Questioned by Mr. it- ness could not aee.whaL'could he accomplished through an order abolishing fancy cuts ol bacon and standard {zing cuts and trimmings, mailmuoi prlcft were fiz- ed, Particulara ns to Ihe sugar or- der by the board of commerce were announced at the forenoon session by W. H. Wliltla, K. C. It having appeared that, (he- urgent demands In western Cun- ada would be tnet "by a supply aL once of tons, the order states, certain' companies agreed lo supply- proportion! thereof. Probe Packers' Truat TORONTO, Sept. Evjdencc. of connection of Canadian Pnckers, with Ihe allied packing In- of the Untied Slates will be 'presented to the' board of commerce Western Canada WheatAgairi Win At Big Congress KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sepl. 2G llic Soils' I' Exhibi- tion here loilay Canada made llic best showing in llic open classes Tor wlical, .1. Kields Rcginn, capturing llic sweep stakes with his Marquis grain, which liaj allrnclcd llic widcsf inlcresi at llic show. Collan- ders "Brothers, of Wilcox, Sask., took second honors; P. Knzyk, of Oaklandj Man., third, and E. E. Yonng, of Oakland, Man., fourth. 1'ItESIDENT WILSON'S TOUIU3CANCELLED FOR HEALTH REASONS WICHITA, Has., Sept. President Wilson loday can: celled the remainder of fiis tour under orders from Ad- miral Gary T. (irayson, llie president's physician, and will return to Washington direct from here. Admiral Grayson yavc illness, mul physical cx- lianslion as ihc I'casou for his action. AUIfpiiRh Uic admiral said there wa's nothing critical in the president's condition, he declared a nervous reac- tion afl'cclint' l''s digestive or- gans made suspension of his trip iriiperalivc. Local Secretaries Will Issue Order Calling Out Thousands of Men at Midnight and Great Britain's Network of Rail- ways Will'Be Completely Tied Strike in History of the Country. LONDONJSept. conference betweo.'.i the rail- waymen's representatives and the government for an at- tempted adjustment of differences on the wage question today 'resulted! in'failure and a strike has been ordered to take effect at itnidniglit. Qbinel Council lo Consider Crisis N LONDON, Sept. meeting of. the cabinet council has been calltjd for o'clock this afternoon in conhec- iori with the Jhreatened slrike of railway workers to go into effect at miduight. SINN FEIN ADVERTISE BIG LOAN IN ENGLAND Chai-ged WUri the Crime Used Man's WiffT'As-Tooi Ont.f SepL The evidence hcrc-fn the. trial of James Hart wick charged wltli the murder of-hia stepson last Friday near Par ham look a sensational turn yesterday afternoon when Ihe wife of tha dea: man testified, lhat prisoner-had forcet her into Improper relations with him ..After her husband had been killed fho repeatedly asked Ilarlwick I thcy'werc noL doing any thing to fint out who rommilled (he crime and Lo told her that they were putting her in for il. On learning Ibis she snirt sh v.-as going lo kill herself. Prisonc then wrote a letter which he made her ropy and which he said she mus have on her person when she died. In toe letter, which parllj Ihe witness was made. t reply fencral ierrns to Ihc LONDON, Sept. A war office statement details Iho pro- gress o( Oin. Dcnlklno's In the of which he made Import- captures o( towna. men dnil mater- Ill. Renewed Boljhcrlk ntlachs Om. erilrenchcd line neur TsarlUIn harn been defeated wllh the rf (tnVs. The BolshevlVI crossed Uie Phoper on a 40-mllo fronl, hul TMm.troopj opposing bare tho slim- (Ion wall In hind. The famous rnlil- Jng Oenenl 'MammnnlOT has tppart cnllr Joined np Main with Denlklnc. Tlie etgtilh eovlel army IS reported in hare badly handled and la. re- tiring In disorder u' a result of Mam- montoT'i operations. Gen. Donlk'.ne'g ttptarea >l Kursk IncMcd prlj. onen, SO two armored trains and much PRINCE LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON NOV. 10 VICTORIA, B.C., Sept. [a of fcUillr that Ills Royal Hlghneia Frinco of will leave Ottawa on on November 10. LONDON', Sept- first ad- vertisement for the Kinn loan in British Isles, outside ot Ireland, appear today, according "to the Sketch, which gays the prospectus of the Irish national loan will he printed In 33 newspapers controlled by the Catholic HcrHld. circulating-ill l-nndon, Liverpool, Manchester, KtKnburgh, Glasgow and other large cities In Knglanrt and Scotland. The Catholic Herald Is a_wcekly newspaper and It is said Iho advertisement will appear today and will fill ft whole pago in rach publication. Clemenceau Relies America -t Tiger, 78, Makes Great Speech WANTS TO KNOW COST s :v. OF RECLASSIFICATION OTTAWA, Sept. A. EThlcr (Laal und Two Mountains) has given notice thai he will ask In the bouse orl Monday: "The cost to civil service roclasslllcatlon; Ihc total amount paid I'AHIS, Sepl. he continued, "arid not one] lho whether ceau'j remarkable address In Ihs ot whether Ma origin was tier-! a-ro ?rillsl1 T Aincncan.prlsln, chamber of deputies yeslcrday In nian, Italian, or-Pole, wavered In tho which asked for the ratification ot fight. When nskcil they were GOVERNMENfT WILL FIGHT LONDON, elated Press lonrns authoritatively that the government takes the view that the railroad strike called might muit be cry facility at Ita to the employ- forces If neces- {JATTERING DOWN OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING IN UNITED STATES YORK, ScpL Prices of groceries quoted in the semi-weekly lists issued by llic "fair price commiUcc" licrc arc 15 per cent, lower Lotliiy Lhan llicy were the firsl of-thc year, while prices of meals have declined from ciglil lo ten per Arthur Williams, federal food a.d- niinisiralor, announced lo- day. for midnight fought with command, merit, of. arm sary. CARRY MAI LONDON, way strike more than ernment hat mails carrlei have large government able for tha to the be Eerioutly' announced V S BY AIRPLANE .epL rall- 'III affect probably 'men. The gov- irranged to hive the by airplanes and to "'tor from the lervfces-made avail- conveyance of strp- Ig towns which will effected. The locorn Jtlve engTneen have at they will join in the rtrike, fc it it it Hid the gov- ernment hj a-mnged to have many, men ;o drove.engines dur- ing.the waHrnake" 'nirii principal trAm service; OFFrCIALTfANNOUNCEMENT The offtcliA nan ounce ment from i Downing street on the breakdown of the wtth'the rail- waymen renfct: "The" cortjerence rive at agreement and a strike will..take pltee tonight." All the cabinet ministers work- ed at full pressure in an effort to prevent what was recognized 'as promising to- be the most siren- uoui strike that has ever occurred on the British railways. Like- wise, before the break took ptace, James Henry the-rall- waymen's leader, declared In an- swer to an Inquiry: "God knows 1 am trying hard to bring about a settlement" Immediately after the breach, Mr. Thomas began a consultation with his colleagues of the rall- waymen's union. In quiriet at of the big traruport fed- eration elicited no slate ment at to what action the organization might take In the situation. Wen Not Justified Sept. of, Ifia National Union .of Rfiilwaymen ex- pressed-Ihc confidence Ibis" morning that an-order Cor''; a general Etrita would not be, necessary as a result of lodify's'conicfcBcc with Premier Lloyd George ami ether cabinet. The executive, commit leie of Ice rm- Ipn conferred before proceeding lo the ministry. Members of slated'that'ihe rcsumplion ofnegot- DR. CLARK DEFENDS II (ConLinueJ on Page Ten.) First Two-Inch Rainfall JMcJnth for Over 2 Years; irst Frost Is Reported Frost Thu est Fil sday Night Waa Lai- I Frost For Oyer lome. The trial continues lortay. ARERE-ELE HAMILTON, Sept. dent Tom Moore and Sccretary- .Treaturer P. M. Draper were unanimously re-eTecled at the af- ternoon aenlon of'the Dominion Tradta and Labor Congrtas. Two w Ten Years leather records went by the Ixurto Thursday night: bJ Srjt frost 1. TbJ Srjt frost of Ibe season was reported when the mercury dropped jo 32. This does not con- illing frost. It Is Ihc t frost In ten Vears or the treaty ofneace with Germany, was made on hla 78th birthday. there they rcpllcrl 'for liberty." The how at nne ;iiu.ui given to Americans rather than nrlt iah." there wak an Impression- that crisis lho to decide whether his words on Ills previous dav defend Cala'a or Purls, big colloduor with Barthon werdl few days he continued, a slight on ho epoko of tliu T.loyd (Icorje of Qreal Brit- "admirable Impetuosity" with which [oln asked fne-'what I liail decided. America duns men Into.tho battle- replied; 'Franco mnde Paris; fields, ihowcd.tbal (To allghl was In-imado Franco. 1 would burn Paris to Applanse rang through- cbamKr when the premier said: I "Wbnld j-ou know rty ccimpleto U.S. SENDS ALIENS Should be no written treaty, 1 would count Oh America nil the Bflmo. T can say we are firmly counting on tha a'llopdon of (reity Orcr there." -yoiiug- at NEW YORK, Sepl, More than enemy aliens, Ihc majority Her- mans, who were Interned country during tho war( i today, v (or TRAIN ROBBERY SWAG IS RECOVERED QUBDEC, Sepl.- In currency which was Stolen from Ihe mill coach of Ibe Ocean Limited wag recov- ered, early today, according to jtnterherit rnado (his morning bj" Detective Welsh tof Quebec haa been enraged oh the search for loot. 4 f f t f simile latest lil more, i- 2. Tilt precipitation In last night's ktomi, .43 Inch, brought the torn rninr.ill for Scplember, 13J5. lol 2.01 Inches. This Is Iho first minth since August, 1817, that orlr two Inches of moisture have fallen in any one month. This constitutes what Is bo. one of Ihe longest drought spells In the lilslory of Southern Alber- ln. IncItlenEallj- the sudden change In tho (weather which brought the first ffost of Ihe year and Iho first li-o-lnch' rainfall raonlh for over oV-o years, brought with it the annual September snowstorm. Thnrsfay evening the xwlnd iwilchr.d lo the north, and fallowing a aeries of balmy days which the mercury rnngfH around 70 degrees, heavy rain thll during the night. Al mnstlhjlr on Inch o[ rain tell, and six o'clocjt this turned to snowj the Brass and house roofs whlto at an early hour to- day. Mtaln and sleet we're contin- uing ho fall during tho late fore- noon! hours. general expedition Is that rains will mark tho re- mahijcr of tho fall and that a .larrl amount of moisture will bo frozen Into the soil when winter fonts along. The breaking of the dry spell, which rcsnlled In twoj almost 'total .crop failures over much of Southern Alherlu Is Joyously by Iho iarmera who are 'doing their best now to prefaro Inrso acreage Tor nest spring's seeding.. Jlji stated above the last two- Inrti rainfall month prior lo the prikcnt was In 1917, when cirlctly, two Inches of prcclplla- were recorded. Prior to that' thfre had not been month sh6w. Inf Inchu of rainfall Blico September: 4.66 c( fell, belD! followfti In October of the same year by 1.99 Inches. It was on this fall moisture-frozen Into Ibe soil in November 1916 thai the 1917 crop' of bushcll on the Lelh- bridge railway division was grown. Following Is the table :ol first frosl lor the past seven years: Year Flral treat.- 1313...............I..- Sept. 12 10H Sept. 15 1015 SepL 11 1916 H 1J17 Sept. 1 1315 Serl. 17 1313 ScpL 2fi Declares Opposition Made ,0ut No Case That Soldiers' Voles Were Manipulated- ONS1EEL1IKE Senate Committee Will Not Hear Hear Gary Next Wednesday PITTSBURG, Pa., Sept. tiluatian Irt the Pittsburg diitrlct today ihowed little chartge. Employer! continue lo report that men are returning to dally and that production Is on the Increase. Union declare that the walkout be- coming more effectfve With addi- tional men Joining the strike each day. "V OTTAWA; Sepl, 25.-rThe.hoaseror commons Lbla sdernoon slaughtered bill to make the second Monday In NoTember-a permanent LsgivIng .Ihat it vbnld observed'In of peace as being for'the.elfts.oi providence. .On Lhe'third reading Michael Steel, Soutb Perlli, moTed thqx nlha1 hoist and the amendment was carried oii a division of 7S 16 73. l- While llie dirision could correctly described as "a non-party' one, the 73 voles which threw ont the bill were cast bj; Un.onlsU or crosa bench mem- bers. Slembers who farpred the bill Rosier, who wag leading tnVhouse, 10 Unionists anrt all the opposition menibers. When .the bill Iclt commlllcc Iho other r.ight It made Nov. 11 (arrriiB: ttce Day) a permanent Thanksgiving Day. TMs aflernMn- tho house, on Ihe moliou oI.A. H. McMasLcr. Drome, adopted an amendment changing this date to the second Monday in Novem- ber. Then came the six monlhE1 Jiots'L motion and the demise of the propos- ed measure. Debite on Chargei Adjourned The debate'on D..D. McKcnzle's res- olution calling for" the appointment ot a commltlee to epQOlrc Into the al- leged sending of a code telegram pd by lion. Arthur Meighen to -Sir Robert llorden, relating to the of soldiers' votes In Manitoba was continued.. IL was until Moliday when It will cloao with a div- ision. A. _Il. McMastcr continued for Ihe opposition when'lho notice mel. )Ic mntnLained (hero had been A pread system of raanipulation ol scidttrs1 voles. Clark Dc'er.Ji iU.ghefl D_-. GlarkrKed Dser.'rr-ni-thc cress he's made a vigorous speach In clc-_. fenso of Mr- MelghuiL Ke crlllclzcil the ralslnE or such issues and decltr orl the opposition had filled lo eslab. llsh Us cato from a legal atandpolnL; A Marathon. Joseph'Archambtalt foHowed witt the long distance speech of the wv slon, 'He spoke from (We to six o'chrct Ih the ifternoon. nesumlng at eight o'clock, he kept going nnlil after 11 o'clock.' Eio dealt almost-entlrelT with the In- qiilry by a rfiyal commission Into gea made by him In Iho bouse as to Iho taking of [ho EOliHars' He said that ho liart proved every charge ho.had marte, but that, the government bad'restrict- ed the snnpe'of Ihc Inquiry. Dn'plta Uio Ihc Jurtgca, be mafriUTn- cd lhat six or seven hundred soTdlbra.. had been Induced Ihera- acly.Rfl. 5tr. referred Id Ihc findings of Judge McLelTan as "a rnnst Sepl. hearing Samuel flompers, prealdent'ul llie American Federation of Labor, for more than Ihrec hours, Iho. Ecnalo couiinEtlcQ on the steel stride today abandoned Its plans lo examine 'Mr. William Z. Foster, secretary ol Iho slccl workers' commlllce, whd has been attacked In tho house .15 a radi- cal and R3 an 'Cbaliman Ken- yon ftnnounccd that tho (nqufry would not be resumed until neil when Judge Klberl H. of tbe boarti of dlrectbrg of Iho United Stales Sleel bo heard, Ile.gRTO no reason 'for not hearing Ibmorroif, cxtraordinnry dftrumcht .of.- partjzsn- and was railed to ordcf. by Hepuly Speaker llolven, FERNIE-CHILO KILLEDf BUN OVER BY TBAlN reR.VIB. B.C., SspL 1 pck. of (his city, was. hifltantlr- kllled near, the Great Northern station noon to-' -day. Tho lltlle fellow aliVriM Id crawl beneath- a, .slasdlng train when" Ibe train moved, pasalng-ovef his hei.di ;