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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta in. ALMKBTJt" SATC11DAY, SEPTIiMBEn 27, 1019 Steel Strike on Dead f Centre Ko Change at Ead of First Week But Break is Kxpecled Monday COMPANIES HOPE FOR RETURN OF WORKERS PITTSBURG, Pa., Sept. The _ nation IT committee for or- ganizing iron1 and steel at a meetfng here today ordered a general strike In the of the Steel company to next Monday morn- 'Ing al 6 o'clock. G. Pa., Sejit. The of the first week or Ihc'ntecL strike wns not eipet'lwl' to Me any. radical changes in the sllut tion. llolh iliiss today vlrlnally inert- nl tlni'c, "walling for Moiitlay. when toLU stcclH'ompantes ami strikers jiect a clianee. Sleel company officials Ihcy did not espeet a-.iy consider of men la reiurn lo the 1 JnlUs, today, but did lonk- for a gen Influx the beginning of tlio irccV.. Strike 'leaders are prepared for nnjr allempls of the to make a Lreach In the raijks of (he Elrikers, mass meetings being planned for laic Lhis-nflernoon, tonight number of places, In the cxpectaLlon of .the men out and persuading 'wavering the strikers. Reopen CvneD'C Plant Monday .YQLJNGSTOWN, Scpl. 27. Toll owing -'a canvass of ccinloyees they received Iheir pay of ficlils of the Ohio works of the Car neclc Steel company here announced 1 thmt- attempt would be made Moiidir-lo re-open Ihe mllll The "an nouDnmenl raarLa Ihei first cfTorl a reiBMpllon in the M atoning Vallc lince tjie 'Iteel' strike caused .all II Did it For "My Being Brought To Canada For Trial' Thousands of Visitors Will Throng Lethbridge Thursday To Welcome Prince of Wales fifing of Bond Salute For Pror ince of Albtrta Will Be Fea (urc of Memorable Occasjon BRITAIN WALKS TODAY RAILWAY STRIKE IS Snow in Pass Insptclion -Will Also He Ihvporlanl Evcnl and Al! Paris of Koulh Areilnvilcd Detailed Program 'SVill He Published Heavy mow U falling all along Lhe Crows Nest line west .'of Maclcod today, sli inches be- v Ing reported from Blairraore. At 10.30 It iras atlll Enow- fr heavily. Two inches ol snow arc reported from Cards- ton. A feu- sea He ring flafces Legan to fall in Lhe city to- wards noon. The Prince receives Honorary Ti tie nl Convocation Hall, Albcrla Uni- rtrslty. Kdmonlon. _ Ontario Packers 'aconPrices JERSfeY CITY, N. J., Sept. 27. Horn, who dynamited ihe Railway, brldae Maine, early In and haa served three and a half ye art In federal prison at Atlanta, .arrived here under guard from Fort Ogkthorpe yel- .terday ordered held for extradition to Canada lo answer a. charge of blowing up a Canadian Pacific bridge on February 2, 1915, al McAdwn, N. B. Adroit His Guilt JERSEY CITY, N. Si Werner Horn admitted befoi States Commissioner Carpcnls today that h'e blew'Up Ihc Canadian Pacific'Railway bridge over the St. .Crolx-rlrerln McAdam parish, New BruniwIcJt, -Feb. Z, InslsLe-l that H Van a mllllRry rc( committed hostile country during wnrllme. While to the fwinar.m'ay. tha unforlunale conaum mide aware of the fact" fl trantplrfldlhit'ftfimc time prices bf btcon-and'.ham Jumped another five ceVitj, while the far- mer wai gettirui for pro- duct. "The have the consum- er coming and obtcrved Col. Price, counsel for; the. hoard of commerce. he further that packers rule the price of They should do the same In re- ducing the priced They ralie the Immediately wlien they pay more, but do not reduce when they are paying lew." The Swift company prlcei ah ow- ed that when prices to the farmer were the the eons'umer paid'ton level 'pKcei, but when prFcea dropped from to 910.30, the consumer enjoyed a re- duction of only four though had dropped now to the price'of'bacon averag- ed 58 cents. compared with March 10, ihc wed freah elght- centa more, "freah'. bacon four cents more, ham 10 1.8 csntt and cured bacon 9 1j2 cents .more, white the" price of hogs Is at the level of.1 that date. "I maintain should be a of from five to'10 centi a pound from the packer to the "wholeiJler., arid that''this would now he Justified in ordering cuch-a reduction-on the itrcnqth of fifl'urti wld Col. Price. Bacon and Limoutines. TOTON'TO. SanL .public Lethiiridst'.ind all Southern Al- beria will welcome H. flf, H. the Prince cl Wales, heir to the Ihrone, on TKurs'driy sflerr.oon next." threr; stops plsnnid' Itinerary acrots Southern at Macleod, LelhbrldgB 'and1-Medicine Mat, it ij fully expected thaf LithbrJdge will be" crowded with visitors f t'c-m all' directions, anxiety to the young "man who hss cap- tured Cana'da't-'hezrt by hit win-, nlng his democratic ways. His Irip Canada has been a trlurpph from Halifax to Victoria, -and the people living' along the route of his return jour- ney are not''to be ouLdor.e In Ihe enthusiasm of their '.volcanic. Just at present some doubt exists as to the exact dale of Prince's arrival, ani as a result the detailed ;program cannot be published, buC every opportunity be given Lhe people of the city and visitors for the occasion ta see "Prince Charming" and hear him Ypeak. The committee in charge is urg- ing to "'decorate profujely .for Llic occasion.In order that-the premier city F'of- the south rrpy Icoh It: test.: They are also urged. .to save, un cheers ta be m occasion, i detailed program nol awailabTe-for a couple features will be .the, (trirg of Balute--for ty-a gun. veteran 'under corn- APPEAL 10 FRiCE Declares Fiume is Truly an Hal ian Evacuate PARIS, Sept- newspapers publish a proclamation from Gabriele dr- Annunzlo In Fiume, addressed to the French people, In which he declares he will "defend the city, to the bitter end." are ready to bury themselves In the ruine and dale most cruel death, the procla- mation adds. '.tatjon of the'tivlc 1- .come, and the reply, and tKe inspecting of the Great Wlr who are urged Jo turn' -.out ln: uniform for the occasion. all parts-of Eoislh- ern Alberta are urged to Join their comrades here for which hat been a feature, of the visit in every clly where' the Prince has Canada. Rode With Engineer PARIS. Sfcpt. Gabriele d'Aniiunzio, irhosc scnsstional raid on Fiumn lirongbt about serious com- plications in'thc Adriatic, has ?M anneal to the-Prenrh.government, the text.of which IB printed today by .Excelsior. It begius: "Hrotliora of France, you know what have done under the Inspiration and protection ol our God.. The most Italian .of tho towns of I.Blrhr today, more ,jialian Mian Verona, Pisa arid was lost to na unfler of-. prpI4Ji_atloai and -Tloia-j ._ CapL d'Aniiuriiio explftina [hough 'tl In bed, lie rose and, under of.'Epirit, -wlth-Iiis com- of the city and (erritorj, sonic'Chips' anil a-part c.[ the line of the'armistice .in a. few hours: He .d-jclared c-soldlsrs against him hive come.OTer to his side tlieir arms; Halk-ns Evacuate Trau Sepb dicpalch Believe Strike eans Industrial Upheaval inG.B. o Trams Railwaymen Vote to bfe Out in Service Wholly Union. President Still in Touch With tnbute Newspapers by Motor Lorries. LONDON, Sept. at all eteam railway In London this morning brought the Information that "no tralna were running a result of the strike order I it'Jed it midnight by tha Matronal Union of a number of the underground of tha city continued oper- ation during ihe. early of the day, It declared that the decis- ion of the underground mo tor men's union laii night to fupport the na- iicnal union wfll result In a complete of tho today. Thousands could not be accommodated by the .wholly Inadequrta bui and tram services, which were in operation morning, And were obllg- ed to wafk to work. Many resorted to bicycles and many roller C. T. Cramp, president of the union, Interviewed Sir Eric Geddev, minister of transportation, this morning, Thli, although, not regarded on opening of negotiations, la considered ao a token that, the unlonnicn and the government still maintain friendly terms toward each othar. Mr.yCramp declared shortly after noon ihnt hli prewnce at White- hall this morning had nothing to do with re-opening of negotiations. None of the early newspaper trains left London, i but manage- ments of newspapers, anticipating- the .made two or three days 390 to distribute papers by motor cara ind motor Icrrlea. Several member] of the cabinet went to Downing street thli morn- ing and remained there with continued consultation throughout tha fort- noon, keeping In touch with the ilrike situation. SIDELIGHTS ON GREAT STRIKE LONDON, Sept. sidelight upon the nation-wide railroad atrlke, which look effect today, was the way In which the attendance at the Saturday football was affected, Hundredi of players and thouaandi of. spectators were prevented from proceeding to the grounds! The organlrera cf Monday race meeting foresaw today, ihe probability -of the cancellation of suchieVenU tlMthe coming Monday, aj the'strike will prevent the'triinportatlon. of to the track. DOES ifr.RORtENO INDUSTRIAL UPHEAVAL? GLASGOW, Robert Bmlllle, of the' union, laid here thia morning he hoped the'railway'crisis'would paw; without Industrial upheaval. however, he said, thitiwaa pouibla only by men "securing ..the demands the majority sf tha people consider Just." ._ -1 .Wales, who fA, Sept. 27. The Prince of. sent out by (lit Serbian press bureau o returned loiVicloria at 1 at Belgrade on Thursday refers (o Ihc shoul'd be satisfied'wiLh cheaper bac- j o'clock this morning from a 300 mile eracuatlofi of Trau, by the Italians said Judgj "ftobson, chairman of I trip .through Vancouver Island, stood jit says inhabitants, of Trau raptured the hoard of in Ihc course -'.beside the engineer In the'locomollrc i an armored car, three machine of today's enquiry Into the'hfgh- price of his "ayecial (rain during prtrt of his many' riJIes, hand grenades, and a. of meat stuff's. i return trip and nulled the bell rone. 1 quantity of .ammunillo: Tho packers have educaLeil Ihem up! "EveryLhmff Vas splendid. 1 enjoy- lo "refined the chair-J en1 every nilnulo of the Llio do not -believe in these select- prince Ire processes. The poor man -should be given a chance lo get 0. Wallers, general manager of Inn' Swift Canadian company, .was giv- ing evidence. "If you level it said 3Ir. ID reply to Judgcv nob- laid aL Lhs conclusion strenuous of a Dictatorship HOME, ScpL are being taken iu the'Fiume question. Several 'generals Are credited with the intention of heading Ihe militarist f faction with a view lo controlling llic believe Ihe weakness ot.lhose in pow i 'or sjnrc the armistice; caused the] LLOYD GEORGE f cXus.TTC MOOD v. '.Tpr LONDON, Sept cTpltfncy of this action .-gives -the Impression of deliberate and matured intention part of some Individuals lo seek a quar- rel at any cost, Premier Lloyd George in a statement today on the nationwide railway strike. .x "It has convinced me It Is not a strike for wages or better con- continued the 'premier. "The government has reason to believe It has been engineered for some time a small but active body of men who have wrought tirelessly snd Insidiously to ex- ploit' the la.bor of this country for subversive PRESS URGES! CALLING OF PARLIAMENT LONDON, Sept. papers jests for Lbe'cabinet, but parliament lumrnoned to Support the ils task.. Heretofore-the poTeramtal' lias been blamed by-a: large section of tho press' the-cduiilrr's'tftir-ttie- war.troubles, but aearir.alJ papcra_ hkve not dropped parti lad ship and are supporting. intborillcs', Tbe bjvllie newspaper comriiedtatori that Uio labor Jcailcrs are to-use-ibo elrike weapon lo'enforcti tholr.canv-- for the naliorialiiatlon of "Ilia and mines. The labor Interests, on the oilier. Lmdi declart their only purpose is lo secure a Ilnn for wasei adequate to tht Increased coal of living and better llylap conditions. Tho governmenl, In the 'struggle, hn.i Ibe atlvantage of Us war service cqujp- rnent, which places great fleet3 of motor cars and .the machinery of the (Continued on Page Thirteen.) Oriental Immigration Again Live-Question irA Commons nllnff on the strike urge ah" Im- food organisation In Ha hand.s. _t The llament and] chief danger oC trout I e Is pointed'lo 39 this .will Lbe hostility ol Lhe labor Interests the nallon [to the use of military c-TfanJ rations Iq t Jn Horn to the OTTAWA, Sept. s. commissioner.- "I did It In behalf Mated, for about two hours and colmtrr, my fatherland, n3 an offi-j a half, Iho house, today discussed a cer of th2 (Jcrmnn army in wartime. I minor bills the .used the explosion that blew up order paper. the bridge." The admission .was nifidc at R ncar- Jnf.on a petition of Iho Canadian gor- for .Horn's eiUadlMon to Can-1 The prisoner was .without coun- (After R series of ImpH- rttlnp Horn the crime .had been read, the prisoner was (aken lo (he HBdwn where he wlU be pending a decision on his ej.lr.i- ANOTHER BOLSHEVIK DEPORTED VANCOUVER, Sept, Troueoff, a Russian, who has resided eight >'etn In BriLlah Columbia, has been ordered deporlctl hy Lhe Iminl- (p-il'on" cbmmfsslonera. TrousoK was fOTind ffutljy of belnp n meinhcr of the Jtnsjlan workers' union nnil dgitatlnK for the Of constituted gov- erumffoL (n Canada. U wnn, charged that he was setrclary. of Die union here and an icLlvevorker. Elf ciloft act so-ts.'Lo provide for rlls- voters In oval -bye threatened to rahe question., of Jap- noEp anil Hind if Immigration into IJiUisb When the blli wn in the comtaULee ftge, McMftsler, Brome, "took strong ground ,tbnt anr person Tvho wcs ft dw I lied lo Canada, oriental or otherwise, allowed thft II. If. .Stevens, Centre Vnn- coiiTer, In reply suggested that U Mr. "FIGrVTfNC JOE" TO BE LABOR CANDIDATE ivONpbtf, sept. Marlln, former mem- ber of the British house, of Commons, itatea In letter re-. here ihftl he la relume InB from Vancouver at Ihe be- glanfne of October and hopes" to contest Iho South Islington il In Lhfi labor Interest at Iho A hill Lo i tbo Dominion McMasler Imd. aecn of .1 4 .'next tlccllon. coolies arriving In Monlrnal perhaps be less nnnlous lo give such Hon.. R. Lorn (cut, one who had been in Japan, declared IliaL Lhe Japanese, AS a racev were up to date, highly rlcati and that noilher nor iho should he flcprived of ihelr vole. The bill was' finally reported -and' h6w eUndfl for thlr.d 1. -Third given to, a'. bill lo amend proTldlng thai foreigners In iceVing DaUiraUuillon come be- fore a Judgo ptjthpjcourt.6t general sessions, _s-rT _' Hon, Arthur inlroduced a bill to amend the Dominion Lands Act, which prorldea for the contttiLialloh'ln effect of nrrlera-in council giving prior- >JHJ' in cnlry-iO relumed gofdleta. The Orlenfal Queitlcn, _ During the flcbale on thai Drlllsh subjects shouM not nc en- tilled to vole. lie obsen-ed. however, Iliat the question of Ihc oriental v6lc ni a live issue'In British Columbia. A. H.. McMaster, Drome. Look the groun.1! deslrlitr; -aucli a law as this should hn reciu'nid lb net fOrlh iheJr, rcrisous in. the clearest i He .Instanced the Arrival (n Brllilyh Columbia of an educated Hin- du, p03Elbly a graduate of Oxford. Such A man, although fully qualified by clllrenshlp Jn Iho British Krnplrp, foiind hlraaoir lo casl a vole! 'Surely- f( the Domin- ion goTornmenl saw fit to pDrmtt or- to enter the country, K should granl' them Lhe franchise. He was nol.contending, said Mr. McMaaler, IhnL bolonglnR Lo a raco which woulrt nol conlestii llic 'Canadian being in Icneue with Capt. d'Annunzio jhc'ore the >'iume raid, with Ihc object lot overthrowing tint NiLll cabinet and ,_________ it niililary distalor- Qucslion Will Be Raised in The "navy 13 represented as being even more nlFSClldfietl than the hftTing -according to-naval officers' Pedlow House on Question By Mr. Stpt, quss- t'o'n of Canadian nlckle going vto Germany during the war fa'U be raised in the of commont on Monday by I. E. Pedlcw, member fsr SsiJlh R-nfrew. 'Mr. Pedlow hai given .notice that he will ask [f ttit wsi Informed by R. Rjthom, of th< Provldancf Jour- that Canadian nlckle waf finding (tj wiy to Germiny and rf dccumentMry evldenca' 'not He asks for copies of correipondence on.the sub- fctl with Mr. Rathom. MORE BOLSHEVIKI LITERATURE BANNED OTTAWA, Sept. more from "thu lark of considcrallon of Iheir 'Anglo- Frp.nrii collca.qnes who IIBTB acted as If they were masters of the Adriatic and Liberals Cwting About ,For Candidate poople should he arlmllloj. Once nd: J vlk and Socialistic HLcraliire has BTC' QUL'Ur.'C, Kept. mal- they (rarjchlBe. If. II. Stevens, Vancouver Centre, .laid lhat-fhe bill should nut nccesa lly rrcclp'lntc the' vrholo iiiteallon orlejital ImniJfralloii. Il merely put Urlllsh Columbia on the basis ea tho other provincca. regard Lo Mr.'McMnster'a ilhiftrjfljn, he snld jhat -he knew of no such ctlucnlcd Hlmlh In BrJtlah Columbia, He tdJil I'.now, MOwc-vor, Ihut toolfes liad landed during one month (n Lfiat pVov Incn. XII Chinese ooollC3 landed Ihe i bnnneil by Ihc CCIIROIV "Programn Ko- mitnlFllv." HolsliovJu, In Ukrainian; "Xaifxovi lulop'ynl at Montreal, would not i precipitated, lio asked. problem Millions, of mcnt Lo di.'franchise. In Hrlt I laii Colufnblnj Mr.' UninHa AdmSUed Ibat l( was Vometbfni of tin a'ncimoly IIEll.ll M as Vom1 nntlvcs .of I ml in did not enjoy .tho right of rcpreaonlativo government As far as the assimilation of.Lhp orlen< 111 was concerned, Xlr. Stevens dcclar-' cd that In no occidental nXinlry'dl'il they nsalmllalo. Ho only asked llifit llic fratich'se of Hritiah' Colurabla be reapcpted ns Khd Iho francMae Jawal- of ly !n Ihe Swedish language, have been denied admission lo Canada VvHh Lhe usual jienalllcs prorlricd for IhKe f6unil in possession o( Lhe for- biildcn ULeraLure. Sepl, 1'ALtl, ihe prlmA dpnua, .riled Oila 9oulh Wales, Madame Palt't to lefC an more thnn V. In' 'Quebec ?h'sl, preparatory lo Lhe coining hyc-eleclloh. The princi- pal orjunlrers 6t Ihe Liberal pnrly In Iho division held a convention yester- day Lp organize. Fifteen delegates apnolnlcd to hold a convention In n .few days Lo choose a straight Liberal canrlldaLe foe the rldinp, on Annand to run !jcCflm( says He must he convinc- ed of i.tho. arjsqlute .nccesstty, of his presence at OuWX' before he declrlej 10 sland QUEEN DOCKS; i J AMXIETV ALLAYED HALIFAX Sepl. Forty-one Terri acboon- cr Trttro Qnceh inlfed yesterday flf- lernoon- after rnilch tnitlaiy. Capl. ho enciiunlered Liver only 'searching debates In the' house of commons reveal II. y All shades' of opinion In the London -zss, except Ihc -laborile Herald, condemn Ihc National Union of Tlail- waymen, Ihe aclion of' In' de- claring a Rtrlkc, la described as, a "waiilon war on. society and an' at- tempt to starve the country into sub- l Tlic newspapers appeal lo the peo- ple to support, the government in finish fish I- Some editorials express the desire Lo trcal tho rallwaymen fair- ly and admit are "entitled Lo Just hiit it Is asserted they 'inve put Lhcmsclres entirely In the Trong by "needlessly forcinj; ftn In Tujlrial wflr upon the conn try Ihrec nonths befbro thd ileBptlillne period Tpuld elapse. NO EXCUSE FOR STRIKE SAYft "NEWS'; Tho Dally News, which Is ftlwayi BjrnpathcLic ib labor, nays: "There was no shadow or semblance of excuse for the addfrip: 'Tho disproportion "between" tfao dead- lines of Ihe weapon which has been unahcalhcd and the magnitude of Issues In dispute IB such that even now there Is ground for tho ho pa that sense tho wantonneas "of Iho wrong done Iho nation may bring a swift end lo the Etrlko." J. H. Thorrmg, tho union loader, and certain ot his Colleagues arc crcditej Ity Borne nofvapapcrs wJlh having tried lo nverl Ihc strike ft-hlch Is attributed these quarters lo Alleged eitrem< his who caphired cohtrol o( tho ex- ccullve commfltcd ol the- On other hand, Ihc Herald maintains the government- and, not Lha railway" men'prerlnltaled the _ l-; THIS STRIKE IS LABOR- GOVERNMENT FIGHT LONDON', men'e slrlVn, which haa Great Jlrtt In Its grip tolay, 16 of n different ture from ordinary labor ICoullnued on Page sXfs Umt' gales rtcarly.all 4 delaf lac bis vessel. the nra and (lifi inlrea arc under nainpKcmen', Therefore, (liere Is no. question. of (ho government maintaining httween .cinploycrs aiul .wothn-cn ns ll'lis'i generally attempted lo TLo Man Acquttfcd by Jury of Crinie of KOilnf HU Ont, Sept -Thli morning miter having -been .out three tour's, the Jury brought In a Terdlct, acquitting James Hartwlck of Bboot- ing and killing his Blepsrm Ftederlclc IHKwlck near Partam.; "When the. foreman announced tho rordlct (he crowdedtcourt room burst Into hind clapping which' contlnacd for sovcrnt minutes. Harlwlck who hns been In Jail Blpce ast -February, said "now, I supnoso I had Lfitlefgo down the street and buy a straw hat." Den fee Crown Sopi; Tlarlwick, helng tried- on chargo-ot having murdoretl his step- son, Fred Harlwlrt, last Fobriiary 'at Parhfim, waa put In lhefwHness box, tbls rnorning -nnd denied Rbsolnlclv Blatementa mado on the witness yesterday by Mra. HarLWlck. Iho murdered man, igalost hfn. lie had never totccd her Into having Ini- nrriper rclallona with faim, he said, and had nerei1 given her ft bottle, of Car- bolic aclrl, with which clno. He swore that Mrs. .Fred Harl-, wick had told him thnf ihe had got a bpltfc of cirboHq acld'frotri She said she wanted.. lo. use field nnil naked him for m cork screw. lo the bottle. H0 gare IL to her without flaking any. questions. f nnrf a Johnnie, supported their falher.vn Ing. on the honl being hovii all erem ;