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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LjtTHBIUlXiE. AUUUlTA. MONDAY SEPTEMBEK 29, 1919 Italian Chamber Makes a Demand For Prince Meets Fetiow Townsman Incident of His Saskatoon Visit Also-Votes Confidence in Premier on These Questions Precipitales Free Fight in Chamber Which Lasted Ten Minutes and Will Be Followed tyy Several Considers Resigning as Result ol Dis- turbances. MADAME PATTl DEAD Sept. 27.--Ade.1na Pat II, the. prlma died this morning al Craig-y-ness .Castle. Penycac, South Walea. siadame Pattl Is reputed, lo have lefl an estate valued at PARIS, Sept. demanding that frume made an Italian clly has betn by the Italian chamber of deputies, accord- ing to Informaikn received by the Italian delegation here. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNMENT ROME, Sept, the membcra of chamber of deputlet vrith tSe exception of the official SoclaLlitt, voted.cbnflcfRnce In Premier Nitll In the vote taken In the chamber today. Ten re- frained from voting. Frt'e Fight Staged rtOMB. In tho chamber of deputies vras Interrupted today liy a free light which lasted' 10 7nGuiles and in which about 100 depu- ties participated. The opinion Is ex- pressed In Borne quarters thai Lhe rah'.nel. as a r caul I of the riotous In- cident, may decide to realgn, rather than plunge Ibe country Into a. Etrug- during the general tlecllon. U le asserted the ftRhl In the uliaiober Indicates that which would occur-In the "country. The correct figures for LHc voie ofc confidence given the cabinet was 20S j lo 148, Instead1 Of 208 to 140. as first1 reported. ill The chamber iuljourned tonight un-j V til Wednesday, when U will .decideI a vale shall be taken on I he" I quest.Ion of discussing Llie peace treaty. I Several Coming Up 1 In consequence ot the fight In the ch umber, several duels were an- nounced between deputies a'od Jour- nalists- A prolonged healed discussion pre- ceded Ihe riotous sceucs. -The mem- bers ot the Parl'aiiieniary league In1 Dialed upoh'asXlEg Iho gbvernmejvi whether lt: Iniepded to'discuss the tVeatjes before adjourning.' Premier Nittr answered, (hat he (Int of. confidence anil' then cabjnel should be In, "power Tro'uld f .decide whatisljouia be done. Thereupon the Parlia- mentary. League minis- lersMjepches, EtouJlDc'tiJid' geeUculatT A party Socialists tbereupon nbtied from, their seals j tkeir adTer.wr.es, -the GOOD engaging in fJallcuKs. Premier N'ilti, who had left the gov- ernment benches, returned lo his seat .when the disturbance had some- what, subsided. He was-greeted wilb warm applause. Troops en Guard PARIS, tbe sea- Ion. of the Italian chamber of depu. INLIHLEOLDN.Y. Blew Open Seven Safes, Kill a Couple of Men, Get Away .V- VOHK, men killed, and jjfle wounded In .a tallle the easl Canal J BUtO yde, and .icven sales in one were "blown dp'en" by conveyed. Lhe rfcupmen. to Calharlne Z, from .ll'and ran tb-'tjie corner Wliere they OQcnnd on. ihVee' "olher.s slandfBK (here. One 01 Ihe- gangslers was arrestert nl pistol point rolmea arrirlnE on-the scene JurinB Ihc slioolinc- :others escaped in the Tiro of the men itlaclied were instantly'Xllled, iJielr'bodles be- ridrtled with nullela. Other, fir lies yesterday, n consirteralile 'ollovred In Brooklyn, v.-here IhB arouml I claim to have traced the murd of troops were concentrated the cenire of the city and on Ihc n.a'n leading to 11. According to Ihe Rome correspondent ot the Jour- nal, the clly may he said to be under martial law. i Serbian Frontier Cloted cr car. In a loft building In Canal street i.bout DQUIC ca ilic iiat nhoollni, burglars dynamited sevpn safes, going through' the structure 'in the most. businesslike ftslilon. Tho POLICE, made .one arrest'later in HOME, Sept. (Vui on o[ burjlarj-." be SerMan frontier, has heen ordered _ __ Tb closed for a perlon of 15 days, accord- InB to a'dlspaich to Ilic Temps from Trieste.1 >Vhen Premier Rorden Will Issue Platform of the New Parly OTTAWA, The Unien- lit uucui to be convened week hat not, gp to the vment time, keen officially tailed, end H preb'eble tlwt rl will be convened before Wedneeday. In. the meantime, provincial flroupi of Unlonlet- membere who have heftf a nurrAer of will give further consideration te the quectlom of porty .organlutton and which will be chief matter when Rlr Robert 1 BorflWt, iriMte the In the general uucue thle week. The general Impreeelon le thet the prime mlnleter will tubmll to the caucue for. Ite approval a atate- ment whkh wIM be In the nature of a platform on which tne bye-akctlone will be fought. Whether or net the tau- cuii'cewfulr winning sever, four' state championships, ._coiinty compHillonsv M special prize.for S. got .priieJor 'small grains and second for veg- etables. .John Hamilton, secured first for northwest district corn. For Saskatchewan, J. S. Regina, won first and sweepstakes and C. P- R. special for wheat and first for white oats and sweep- Makes; Kellander Brothers, Wil- COK, second for wheat in the open class and first and sweepstakes in dry farming section; J. F. Cadoria, South Fork, ascend, and Arthur Dowling, third for wheat in 'dry farrning'section; S. N. Dale, Briercrest, flrst for yellow R. C- Fort Qu'Appe'lEe, and thTrd for '-r With sheaf Wheeler won "jDridToV oats, grass and seconrl for J. Rugg, El slow, second for sheaf wheat; J. W. Broitch, Moose Jaw, first for flax, ajnd third liw Durham.wheat; I. H. Broatch, sec- ond for sheaf flax., In potatoes, Stager .Wheeler won first for best six potatoes, and first for half peck. Harvey Cameron. A. W. Cameron, third for pota- toes; Arthur "Dowling, third cr. half peck potatoes. Bacon Prices Fixed MarcVlOth Prices Will Prevail F TOROriTO, Sept. action to reduce the price of bacon and other products of the hog was taken today by the board of comrnerce at present sitting Here, when an order Was Issued that from and after October 15th, next, pork and hog products told for consumption In Can- tho-Canadian packing' h'ouier and other producers shall be sold at prices practically the same as those which prevailed on March 10, of this year. j The board further orders that'the prices of such products shall be still further reduced If conditloint warrant it an Intimation Is given- thai the board will keep surveillance lo make further orders along this line If found necessary. HYDROPLANES MUSING HAVRE, hydro- plane Tlth three passengers who miss- ed channel boat on account of the slrlk.0 In England became separated from two othef Jn a tnon- squall orer Ihe channel last nlfht and arrlTed here thla The Moral Hirhness the Prince of Warts had contented to rerlsll Mont- and wovld spend from October 27 Id Notember 2, Inclnalre', In thai 4- TORONTO BAKENt TORONTO, Sejt. token' to tSe aimlxr of In- rolTlnc of the largett brtart naannf-ictTircTi, went on -fr .rtrike Rifti( twcaute 4 Ihefr wonW not 4 4 irrant them, tlwlr dvnandn (o 4 work fn dayllnM of nt 4- night, for day commeueJnf. 10 i.m. and SmKtar work from 2 p.m. Tber work 4 -i: 4 4 444 4 4 V f 4 4 4 Omaha Mob Lynches Negro, Seizes Mayor Smith Also and Tries to Hang Him to Trolley OMAHA, Nebr., Sept. a night of mob rule, during which a negro was lynched, an attempt wns made to hang the mayor ol Omaha, Edward P. Smith, the county court ho burned, one man ihot and kilted and perhaps 40 injured, the city was quiet-today u.nder patrol of federal troops from Pert Cook and Fort Omaha. The mayor at a hospital and !t still unconscious as the result of the attempt made by the mob to hang him 1o a trolley pale, because he advised against the' lynching of Brown, a negro, in the county charged with attacking a while girl on the outskirts of the city early last week. Mayor Smith'was celled by the mob on Uth street, near the court house, about 10 o'clock and threatened wHh lynching. He was hustled to Harney street and stopped at ihs fool of a trolley pole on the crbis arm of which was of rope. "A NEGRO LOVEft" "Give ut the kay to the jail." "If we can't get the negro we will lynch you." '.'He's not better than the negro." "He's a negrp iover." "Get that Borne one shouted, n was pulled- rfnwn Liul noi long enougn to reach, A man clinched the pole and with; n knife cut the rope. It was brought down and placed around the neck of the.mayor. Appalled at the possibility of murdering the city's chief executive, protests began to be heard. Then two officers cut the rope, carried the mayor to an'auto and rushed him to a hosp.Hal. The fire that was started in the court house left that ttructure a mass of ruins. The property wat valued at The damage to the records could not be estimated early today, but It is believed many have been destroyed. Statistics vitally necessary to county affairs since the.county orgarrced are believed been badly damaged. Official Downing Street Com- munical'vm Hays Railway' Strike Situation is Improving' i is Being Distributed i Satisfactorily Volunteers Manning Necessary Services New From Men's Side of It. WOMAN PLACED IN CHAKGK OF LONDON FOOD DISTRIBUTION STRIKE CALLED AT Only a Few Men Quit This In LakePwlLs _ proclaimed br hp.Ui sides as _ crucial .test. In the Breat_ struggle, opened withMbe situation still obscure because of .conflicting claims. The opposing leaders Issued flatly centra- dJclory Btalemcnls Jn regard to Ihe scheduled'strike of the CO.QOO workers' in the'plants of Bethlehem SLeel Cor- poration. The corporation officials j ;laimcd that the strike call had'bccD ibeyed only-by digniiicBnt number and (hat operat- j' ions la ill their mills were continuing. LEST WE FORGET I-nst year nboul Thanksgiv- ing time specjal donations oE "I, candy, books and maga- zines were sent, to Lhe conva- lescent soldiers at the Fraak Sanatorium. With Than Its pit- ing'only two weeks how about (his If left at the otflcc, the Her.ild will be pleased to Bend -I- "all donations. The union chiefs replied with, a claim (tiat'the lingc plant at.BcLhlehem was comlelely crippled and that the power house beeu forced to close. Reported conditions In (he- other, great steel, the j balance was being-held fairly1 equ.il John Simpson and Three Others U. F. 0. Candidate TORONTO, a: Alberta Governipent Will Pay One Fourth Cost of Memorial Halls Erected in the Province able between the two opposing sides. tive committee of the labor party met On the one ha'nj there was nothing lo i yesterday In the Labor Temple and jri support the -'prediction of'lhe steel endorsed John W. Buckley, Jamei company, officials that the flay would Simpson, John Vicfc and John MacDon- see whhleaalG'deserLl'ons in tho ranks la'fl. STO trades unionists, as Its of the'slrlkers, and, on Ihc other hand, S candidates for Toronto ridings.- CapL there was a rtennitc increase'in UUle, U.F.O.. candidate, Fho operation j '5 Opposing Hon. George Hcndry, was At Farwcll, in Ihe Pittsburg endorsed. one ot the most .hotly contested scc-1 U.F.o. Candidate tors, company re-1 'PERTH, OnL, Sept. Salnr- aumed the operation of-two blast fur- W. Johnson, of EimtUe, WRS naces.- where the chosen standard-bearer of the Unlterl strikers "have aorrar been successful farmers of. Ontario for South Lanark, In completely paralrzing the Elocl In- lbeu coming provincial elections, dnslry.'groups of workers entered a >Ir- -'olinson serrcd fou> years ovcr- Cameeie conip.inj-' plant, but the sup- ficas In thc Krca.1 war- erlntendenl oneralion would not be. resumed for the present Resigns CHATHAM, OnL Sept. 2S.-Ilf- To oirsct these relatively minor gains tho. strikers at Cleveland wo.rc United Farmers' EDMONTON, Sept. Jfct lo the approval of the Alberta legislature, it has been decided after a conference with the.pro- vincial command of the'G.W-V.A. that the provincial government will contribute 29 per cent, of the cost of erecting clubs In the cities, in Ihe province wh'ere sifch clubs are erected; provided that the building In each case subttantlal structure .of solid brick or vtone, provision fs made for-reasonable sleeping ac- commodation for any soldiers who may be temp6rarlly vleltlng the cltv In which the club Is situ- ated, the understanding being that the contribution will be 28 per cent, of the cost of the building, eielinlve of the coat of the alte, and that It will be for the final completion of the.club, after.the other 75 per cent, contributed .by the public haa been expended and that a contribution will not be made lo more than one club in any cltrv CANON WALSH DIES I1IUMPTON, OnL, AfleV an HCness of 12 months, Her. Canon Wllllsm Wnlih died at Ihe this .morning. 'period rectory c.f years -Canon. Walsh bccaplerf Ihe nul- Cbrhl Chdrch tl Braiiiplim.' 4 J' cWslat Iho docks of tho Pennsylvania Railroad .company1 and caililldali! Pennsylvania Railroart .company Ihe Oils HtceF- company through walkout of ore antl handlers. As usual, at headquarters of both sides the iitmosi conndencc', In the flnal'issue of the stnigjlo waa Sept. C- Helnlehcni plant of DAILY AIRLINE VAIL Corporation was very little affected PARIS TO LONDON Ih.a morning hy the strike which has I called from' Flllslnirg arid "there i PARIS, Sepl. 4, was no semblance of disorder at the inp flt noon today a dnlly air -fr! entries to the- varioiis plants when (he! ina'l service will ..bo operated and again' hbtwcen I'arls anrt J.ondon. Thta 7.30 o'clock. Officials of Ihc company sahl tliat 'or. lh a nd hu tion was by .lno hero last J 'W 1 9 MANITOBA CONSERVATIVES llclhlehem planl ot Ihc Ilcthlchenl i TO A CONVENTION MlPf will be Inaugurated because ol tho Drllish railroad strike, has Interrupted malls to r.nd from the continent- Air- rilano mall rcrrlcC has been operating between Iho Iwo edlcs llirce limes a week up lo Ihc present. MRS. MEREDITH DEAD OTTAWA, Sept. Edmund Mercdllh, relict of Wmnnd Meredith, one lime principal of McOIII UntTJrit- Ity, and of an old Toronto family, died hero yesterday. She was 90 years at tgt. WON'T SEND DELEGATES TO WASHINOfttM CONFERENCE Sepl. trades, hall -elecutlTti .of Ihe t.irlojslfcltle) nale .detonates'to the'pro al virtually, the same, number of em- ployees reported (n the various de- 1 aalworkcd lasl week, eiceplj 4Jlhal a number of machinists lefl with j I their tools. Tho test Is exptcled lo 4 come.lhls afternoon and this evening' with Ihe 1 Advices from.flarrlGbtirg every department of Ihe Steellun plahl of i the Delhleheni company operatlnK this morning -with but' sllshtly Im- paired forces, v Cake Port Congestion DETROIT, TwenlT-lwo ore carriers, Including many of the largest on the Great takes, were anchored In Ihe Delro'l river lasl night because of tho congestion of lower lake ports caused 'by Ihe doting of the sleet rnllls'hy the strike of steel and Iron workers. All doekaje room Cleveland, Ashtabnla and other ipcrale Ihc rallwaya and olher csseii- lal Eervlces ot Iho country is mect- ng with-a big response. This naa been so sallGfacLory, ac- cordlng to official sULemcnt, .thgl it 3 cxpectefl the railways be run- ning with volunteer staffs within a rcw days. H IE announced.that a, skel- eton service, to (teal with the pressTng passenger traffic, will sta'rL on most Itnes Schedules of theao aervjcea ,n' the' areas hart hccn issued. A A train brought to Londoti from west ol England last evening about 1S.OOO gallons of milk and returned crowrtccl M'ilh passengers. Ono of tho officers" in control of the- Hyde -Park llstribulion says that the sys- tem now In operation is one of those, prepared during the war, in ctse of an Invasion by the Uermans. SAILINGS TO BRITISH PORT9 CANCELLED Sent. Sail-; inss, to porls In Great. Britain harn been cancelled by the shipping boanl as a result ol Ihc strike of railway workers there.' j NO SIGrt YET OF' GETTING TOGETHER Tlicrc was no surface indlcitlong early In thu dale that Iho government pnfl railwaynien were making ait cf- fort [o gel togcOicr lo settle tho strike; nor was there- anything (o Indicate that Iho slrlkc would 'IramNlaUlr, spread lo the .miners transport workerji. The labor leaders say are unwilling lo call out Iho or transport unless Is urgenl need of their assistance, which thr.labor-men ilecla-o Is unnecessary, al present. Tho of transpor' lallon, however, is automatically, throw In r thonganrla.of miners out of and pausing Lhe closing of pits.. While nearly every rallroart In.the l.'niled Kingdom Is making joTno-ef- fir; to run Iralna, Ihe I'e-np aa Approaches completeness as the most" ardent union man could hope. Mean- while, the gorernmenl, by vtintt mot- or lorries, planned Jn detail dirtoff ttie war In ctse of a Oerman surplrlng Ihe milk Picmlsw to keep steady ifrnn of foort pouring into itia (arje A, motor lorry broUfhl food Into LotidOfl west toddy, (Conttaiwd on Pace ;