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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta xa LKTHBIUDGK. ALBJJUHTA. TUESDAY, 30, 1919 SUM HER 2-15 Sir Sam Hughes Once More Charges Waste of Lives Before Cambrai O_----------------------------------------------- Blockade Germany Two Hour Ht Blames Hiffh Command For Failure To Protest Men STRONG FOR CURTAILING SPEECHES OTTAWA, Sept. mem- bers' day in the commons wai produc- tive of debate on Ecvcral top.ee. In- cluding Ihe conduct ot the operations of Canadian forces in France, Ireal- meni of returned soldiers and the length of speeches in parHamenl. In the evening, government business was taken up and the reaolulion or. which tho bill relating to Ihc civil gen-Ice" classification U based wai pasted. Crilirlam of the military operations In Franca was voiced by Sir Sam Hughes In moving for military turn. The ei-mlnlater spoke for over two hours, covering much old ground, touched on some new mailers re- ferring the operations before Cam- brtl on Sept. 29, 191B. Heivy Low of Life .The gravamen of hie charge" was that (he higher command had been re- sponsible heavy Ipas of life in sending both infantry and artillery forward Into machine jun nests which, previously have bcen cleared lanks. The resull. Sir Sam claimed, was heavy IOEECS and a re- tirement, the objective not being lafc- 'en until Oct. 10th. 1 Major-Gen. Grleabach, West Edmon- ton and Col. Peck, V.C., Skeena, both of whom were at Cambrai, islieri tho er-m I ulster some questions which ap-. peered lo indicate disagreement with hla insertions, but no one replied lo PARIS, Sept. of Germany which, wu threatened by the alllei In cave the German of von der Goltz were net rvmoved from the Baltic reg- ion, will begin today, according to the Intransigent no food ahlps, It will be permitted to for Germany until further are Itwed. VMM Is now on the way to Ger- man however, will be per- mltUd lo proceed to their dettlna- la It BluffT BASEL, SepL efforU of Gen. Ton der make his troops evacuate the Balllc have says Berlin dispatch received herejoday bul (he German government has dc cldert to "recall him definitely." V Frlpp Favors Gratuity A. R. Fripp, OtUwa, spoke in sup- LYNCHED M12 LORD FISHER Wlio ivlth other hlgb allied personages was marked for assassination by German Bplcs. RECOVERY OHl Montreal Attorney Admits He Found Lawyers Were Not Present QUEDEC, Kepi. develop- ments occurred yesterday.' afternoon Huns Had Assassin Squad Von BrlnVen, ot 'Frisco fame, Confestes to IMana. lo Assas- sinate Lale Lord KIlcheuT. "Jacky" Fisher, Charlea M. Hchwali and Other Allied Notables. Government Has More Trains Running; Strike Situation Is Improving Cowley Farm Is Sold; High Price MONTGOMERY, Alt., Sett. John Temple, negro, who last night lllatft in a rioin- cJiLl-wty. The resolution wai referred tho''special committee on civil morning by .bud pof wblte. men- He third to die by-lynch t period of 12 hoars, MUM PtUfM- Crwky, the tpMchefc. "M: hla propOMl In a brief ipeech In which committee neit.session to Into Ilie mitler of "unboiled" speeches. Srr'George Foster advocated Hie pncllce of aelf-reBlraint by.membera, b'ut ?'Jr- Thompson's proposal was not received vltb enthusiasm by tho house. Tbe'motion was declared loil wllh- oul the house dividing. Hon. A. K. MacLean inlroduced the resolution upon which Ihfe hill provld: Ing for the.'civil service 'rfcr.laajlflca- tlon will be "based.v D. D. McKeniie offered no opposition (o the pasnape of the resolution. Col. Jobn Currla Baked whether pro- Tiilon would be made on" the iccond reidfn? for a dlicuaeion on thn en- larflng ot Ibe civil service Ion. Mr. McLein replied lint In Ihe view erf the government there wai at pres- ent no_good ground for IncreailnR the personnel of the commission. How- ever, if It wai the desire of Iho bouse that.tbli matter should codiidered, though I the government would not dlacneilon. of II. Tlie.reaolutlon carried and n bill bued pa'it.wis tfYen flfst reading. fire metro, Bird Aaler, when. Barbara IVM shot, was beuiR'Eongbt by a posse It was believed hli capture -would reiull In more 'ylolende. There was no. conneclion., between the lynching of Phtfer and the killing of Temple. f SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. Charles M. Schwab, Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, former BrHiih am- j batiador to Ihe United Slates; Lord Flfther, of the Britlih ad- miralty; the late Lord Kitchener and the .Brlllsh vice-consul at Enttnda, 'MexTco, were marked for a itatii nitron by agenti of the German government, according to aworn testimony by former Lieut. Von Brlncken, former lactic of German consulate In San Franclaeo, to Commlnloner of Immigration Henry M. White, of Eeattre. A tranicrfpt of-the -ttalement wai received .here.today by Attor- ney Henry Owens, Von Brine- .hen's te'gal idvlwr In San Fran-' ciico. Is serving a two-year In the peniten- tiary at St. McNell'i, laland for the part he played in the so-called Hindu conspiracy case. DaroiT yon Brincfccn meutloiiejjL, in Ihc above'dispatch'Is in jail In Cali- fornia'us Lha result of a confcssloq made by Johannes 11. Van Koolbfjr- gen, 'who." jduriag Ihc war, spent v year In the proVincial- Jail aL Lcth- in tbg preliminary hcar.ne ol evidence m a charKe or al CM. gainst he men held for robbery of It Sn durance he mails on Ihc Canadian National j fhi l Gcman conlessed thal train last veek> _ liad bcen scnt.lo Canada }iy Karon who was detained TOn Brlncl-cn the .San Francisco as a mnlfinal witness, was directly charged yesterday afternoon wllh be- ing an accomplice In the robbery. _' Yestej-iiny at the hearing Mark T.emieux, one1 of tho attorneys'for Iho defence, proles Led in court against Ihe reports published in two Quebec news- papers which slated -that on hts trip lo 'the barn where he recovered the money, Peter Dcrcovitch, the Montreal lawyer, bad been accompanied bi.i prominent 'Qdebec lawyer. Ewe objected -to taM re- port; Ktatina; that this would lead la Ihe Impression that some attorney for the defence inlgifl bad something lo do with Ihe recovery of the money. "I want said Mr. I.emienr, "thai neither I nor ray co-attorcfcy for the defencer'ha4 anything to .do irltt] the recovery ths rr.cnsy.1' Era lie second aUomey for the defence, also made a similar-de- nial. Then Judge Langeller made- this slate mcnt: (Surcinl lo The Herald) Sept. H. 1L 1'ovr- lelt, one of LUe beat known ranchers in this has eold bis -ISO-acre dairy farm, one lullo from Ilie town, lo J. Jrivln, a returned soldier. The [irlce IB not mcnlioned, but is undtr- stood to be over per aero. as. the ami possesses a very fine water sup- ply from which Iho town Is supplied. Mr. Puwlelt has not announced his future intculions. Sir Edward Carsons Declares That Ulster 'Will Fight At- tempt at Republic "The court, the attorney-general, the Judiciary authorities .do not know offi- cially vrlielhor or not Ihe money that was stolen from the Irain has beer, gang to blow up bridges on Ihe C.P.It. In the JlockieB? Atlantic Sugar Refinery -Em- pldyee% Strike For Shorter Hours .and Fay Increase LONDON7, "SepL- Ing the slrlkc the government Inleiida lo Keep Lhe Irish question to the lore and-U. is" expected the cabinet TVJ! ga'n dls'cuss a EeLllcmenL 'of Ihc rieh problem during the present week ccordlng. to-the Mail. Sir Edward Carson, who was by the strike from attending he UlslPr Day celebration ftt Belfast ent- (lie following telegram Lo his up porters i cpngpiracy. ogainsl our civl and rel'glous llberLies, backed by cruel assassinations in Ireland and lies and misrepresentations In .America- lo svamrate BB'-trom the British Empire, iit.be by. tlie organlza- ot ilJ.our Jbrcei-.-We aland, Lhe cpTenaot In. the letter, and-spirit and with Qod'l help will defeat our enemies as before." ST. The At- Liberal Cabinet Pres- Unionist Caucus Thursday Strain of Four Yean TeJling Hlw, Bat Alarm Ing OTTAWA, Hert. under advice, .Sir floberl Borden Is to leave OtUwa tills weflk for a of pmbaWr n montti'oT ao. Alirrn Ktorics'lhat his condition In nor I on dfacounted, hut Iho sUiln of tHo last four years liaa been 10 great thai Blr.Hobert has become thoroughly run domn lind A rest KlILba Aeederl to "Triable him to rccupttato from lha it- ticV of grippe, On last BaturdAjr Sir Robert attend td a apecUI mating of- Iho cnb.neL called to consider the plat- form of lha At.hlB hoase Robert TIIA mOtlnp his co.KairaeB and dla- cussing with (hen quest Ion ft of policy. Owing to the condition of bin health, howerer, Robert bad bfeen unable lo attend (o the mora ronllne work of MONTHLY BANK-CLEARINGS Bank cl tar In 53 for (he month ending today were fMnMW, for Sep- lflI3, OTTAWA.J Unlonltt of the gov- ernrhent wcrt In eaucua' at thi catl block thla morning.to deter- mine their attitude In regard la. the formation of ptnriancnt Unionist party. The meeting waa held In the. former office of the prealdcnl of the privy council. It now occupied'by the .parlia- mentary naT affaire. of the. gov' preacnt were N. W. Row- S. C. Mvwburn and J. A. Cal- der. The euggeiaUd policy, of the Unlenlet >arty will be further cuMcd at a afMclal mtetlng of the cabinet council tamorrow. On Thurtday K will government Fef- lowing caucutr Hobcrt exptcU U leave for ihf Subsequent to caacns the fol logins Ktateninit given out: mmtinr ot LlWral-Untonist memben of the home wfi held Loday In Ihe Eajt The meeting cx- nnqnaKfled "tpproTal of Ihc war policy of the Union j-bvemmcnl and Iha'poTernment was conynlulaled on Ha Fucccas. The con sen sun of op- inion was tliat'as Iho meinberg'wcro elected to mpport Union It was their Intention.lo continue to do so and hope was' elnmitly ex- Ihe gorernmenl would bo able uL an early-dtle lo eTolve u pro- iirflaiTe policy. BRtlpfBClory: to country to tie after-the-war con- dllfons, lorney, "Were yon rilh ,anv .of the ntlor- If Jhe money was really' recovered'in the way the newspapers have reported, Ihe'court will have lo obtain furl her enlightenment as lo this, for we cannot admit tha't any- may go around recovering money and drive aroand ivilh it. This money which has been'stolen belongs wholly the courts to serve the .ends of justice. There is only one place to deposit It tor safe keeping and that Is In the hands of the officials.of Iho courts who must keep it to be Im- pounded." That none of the attorneys for de- fence had any Hi I eg to do wlltrihe covering pr the money was -empha- sized under oath yesterday afternoon by Peter Bercovllch' himself, who" was asked by attorneys for Ins defence to1 lake the Eland and testify. "It was asked counsel for de- fence, "who recovered the aniwered the Montreal al- lantir. Sugar company'g sugar .'plant was shut. down, at 1 o'clock this morn- ins as tlie result of the decision of tbe employees' imton to go on stride fol- lowine Hie refusal of the company for an day 'and 10 cenla an hour. Increase, bringing thejn.lnlmum waga to' 45 cents "an hour. The men make no move toward on board as they have the company's word they wiU not-accept any award ivhlcli grants more Mian five ccnls an hour Increase, HID com- pany's compromise offer. Nearly 500 men are involved and the tie-up is complete. PARIS, Sept. ilderation wag given hy the supreme council yesterday Lo the neccss'ly o not only maintaining, but strengthen fng'thc blockada of tloliheyik llussfa a'crordlng lo tho 'H Is salt the council consldereil the difflcul neys for defence wficn you motored lies wh'ich might possibly result. I down lo that' harn to recover 'the Germany-should renew relaUons will asked nUorncy' for defence. I Russfa whon the treaty of peace come: answered the linlo effect. Attempts Made at Sabotage by Derailing Trains Frustrated of Food Declared to Be Very Satisfact- Resent Altitude of Newspapers and May Call Compositors Fears Tie-up of Tram and Bus Lines. LONDON, Sept J. H. Thomai, leader of the rail'" way Etrikerj, in an Interview night itattd that unleaa the newjpaperj changed their attitude toward the railway workers, the newspaper com- posilors would strike. CALL FOR SPECIAL POLICE _ LONDON, Sept. commissioner of palfce issued an appeal for all male citizens under 40 to enroll as eptclal police. Special magistrates are lo attend at all the police stations today for Ihe purpose of swearing In these special constables, two flying boats Itfl Southampton for Havre yesterday with passengers and malls. No boats are yet calling from the docks and food is left Dotting In the iheds. ATTEMPTS MADE TO tho slriko were referred lo by Ihc WRECK TRAINS Downing street tlalement as "Bocia Sept. minor acU of sabolage." These, it Two attempts ft> wreck the London to j Wfls eiplair.ed. had Caused no loss ot Iralns by boulders on tho 'he necessary steps had been line are reported. The military arcj'tthcii to deal with this phase of Iho now on guard on tho line. Sinkers Jn Scotland have held up two trains and.' one fireman was in- jured. The Tendon and Brighton company deny that 75 per cent, of the engineers and firemen have offered to resume work. Eiccpt on certain of tho' trunk lines to tho soulL, trains are now run- ning on nearly every railway. Ar. official report slates that the Great Western service is almost nor- mal. Many up-river residents arc travelling lo and from tbe city by the river. The London union has I deelrleiMo take r.o'acllqn at present. Al a meeting-, Ihe liverymen pledged their support to the government and demanded the Immediate reassembly of parliament. EXPECT STREET 'RAILWAYS TO QUIT LONDON, BM. IB. anticipat- ed In government'circle's. the ser- vice o( street.cars. and.olanlbuses' will cease today. (The order stopping scr: situation. Meanwhile the distribution of food Is proceeding satisfactorily, tha auth- orities announced Ihla being due lar- gely "to Hie admirable spirit and effic- ient work of volunteers." TEe offers of voluntary service, it jj declared. arc No statement on behalf ol the men wag forthcoming during Ihc murning, but the latest ci- presaio'ns from their leaders wcrn not lacking -in, determination toTcarry tha struEglc through. James'.Thoraas, sec- retary of the National Union of Hall- waymcn, indeed, 'in au. announcement at an opon'alr meeting during, Iho fcre- looii, indicated that thn calling of iclp from oilier labor bodlei ".emplalcd. He declared that the rail-, vay men. would not continue to refuse' offers ot sympathetic., 'strikes-'- from other This was considered most significant. in view of the meet: ngf of the- transport workers and rehicle drivers called for today .lo de-j' clrfe upon their attitude. r Government Goes to People On Nov. Wars On Jiigo-Slavia will li Sept. The Fiuine issue .laid before the Italian 'people on "MovembeV 16, together with other matters on which the government wishes to obtain 'a mandate. .The par- liament was dissolved, yesterday and ill 'reassemble, on Itecember 1. Telegraphic advices from blumc re- orl that Gabriele u'Annunzio, In com- mand of the Insurgent garrison of the city, has elated that he considered hMself In a state dl "war with Jugo- Ilia declaration was made after the 'head' ol the French mis- sion had. demanded D'Annunzio restore telegraphic communication vilh Adi-am, the Croatian capital, 'which' D'Annunzio .has inlcrnipled. French Evacuate Flume PARIS, "Sept. The French troops that were in Flume have been oxac- uating lhat city .for several days past says La Llbertc today. Tho oncralion. il explains, was, a._ long ono because of the immense stores of supplies that had lo be removed. ._ vice, it is pDSSlble.'may.be'lssued at any mome'nt. WORKERS HOLD .LONG SEMI ON i LONDON, of the executive body.. ot_ was a lenirihy one. ;thetr prolonged discusfllon the men "of the body went lo. the. ministry' of labor. TRANSPORT MEN I TAKE "ACTION A development of the late afternoon was an order by the secretary of the Vehicle Workers' Orpaniialion in sirucllng ils members .not.to, touch railroad work of any description.'in i-onneclion with the movement of f> or otherwise. The transport men's representatives in (heir visit to the ministry of labor hnd an interview with Sir David Sliackloion, permanent secretary ot tho ministry. A meeting-of all. brancJiea of (ho transport federation lias been railed for tomorrow The executive committee of [he transport workers Tvlll confer tonight with the represW latlves or nalional rail way men. A meeing of the bus men and cribmen's union will also be held this evening; It waa announced govern- ment tonight unemployment allowan- ces would he paid to .workers .thrown out of employment through Lhe rail' way strike. Further improvement in Ihe'situa- tion during the day was indicated by The announced, Unofficial Program of Prince Visit Thursday Afternoon a Half Holiday f.d.Lff, continuel.aaMsractorily. The communnuc conUmeS quest.. Tlio public i. asked strict cconomv m parlicu- morning that livestock" that bad been; abandoned in (ran a it by the .ilrikeri and hones belonging to the rajlroad companies lhat-had beeu ieft-wilhout) attendance .vrerc being for by IJie V V.." GOVERNMENT FORJRRICE FIXING LONDOX, Sept. ficials have issued- regulations pro- _ for price fixing andirestricting (he consumpllon .of .staple or lorries are bringing milk and food; sluffs iulo lhe_ .city and a system or distribution .has out by the cabinet. Possession of all the I ransporlation used during the war mnkes tho government's la sir-1 easier Llian had been ex pec led. r TROOPS USED TO PROTECT RATLWAYS LOXDONT, Sept. of troops tu protect railroad property Is being resented by strikers al some places, apparently through the fear that Ihe soldiers may be used a'c strike-1 breakers, -Speafcerg al a meeting. last niglii at Warvlclishlro. warneJ the governrnent lhat sWioua conscfiutncca would follo-.r the em-, hloynienl. of troops. Dock'workers In Monmouthshire have threatened lo strike If soldiers Interfere with llif? railwayman. Tlio Herald, organ for labor, features--what It lays is an ominous movement of Iroopa and complains, editorially lhal ''everything Is done to an air of violence In what on'the men's part Is peaceful law movement for beller wages." centres, with machine guns and many- It Is more than measures lo protect depot and. other property cxcrrlse VEHICLE WORKERS TIC milk, order lhal Ihc .ctilldrtnI" .ulelr slull.nol ...rter. The raost rigorous ,B ,ell by ,hc OTer economr In coal and petrol should bo the qyesttoll o( whelher (ram CUTS will stop; workJnp; Lotlafl Ihe conllnnnnce of -this Eerrlca not' being regarded very lioprfnllf. pracllscd. RAILWAYMEN'S RANKS GENERALLY HOLD FIRM LONDON, Scpl. guards cision In the .question depends npon Owing to the fact tlial no oilier In-, formation or a definite cliareclor tins comn to.hind in regard to Ilie'vlsIL of tho Prince lo Ihe city, II may ho taken as read thai ho will timrc here at 4.30 o'clock, city lime, on'Thursday afternoon. The llmcr of his departure Trade Building. Heading ot Iho civic address and reply to lim same hy the Prinro. 5 lo school children's cbnio. 5.10 to to Iho grounds of Iho Mounted Police barracks. nol definite, beyond lhal'the royal! B.20 lo lo Ihe Iriitlan en- Iraln will pull oul somewhere nrounil icampmcnt on the practice ground of midnight, or sooner, as Iho I'rl.nco may [tho R.N.W.M.P. along m Are. S. see fit. These are the arrangements fi lo 'of rtecora- nollfled Ihe local C.P.H. a few dnysr lions to vclcrnna and inspection ot _.r.. __._ with ago, and no word ot any alteration veterans. the lisiiance of i calling for the I has been received. Al (hli Ute hourl 6.40 to a! Boy of tlelt-of-lln of KOLCHAK't APPEAL OMSK, Sepf. convening of a Zemslro congress, mlral kolchak, >ead ,of the ill-Rat- lui government, -made- an appet.l to tho popalallon to drop" >nd unite around the goiernbienL twMOTOR DIES MO.NTREAU Sept., Edward Field Hebden, foraeJ. dlr ector of the Mefchanli Bank ot Can It may he presumed tfiat there will be no change In the train from what was prevloiiBly arranged, The Program At a neellng of Iho entertainment committee appointed 'lo arrange the program for the Prince's visit; faking It thai he will arrive here at 4.30 f.m. qtl Thutsdar, the following was mapped oul: Recepllon of Ihe Prince ada, died today. -He TM bohl in Ham-1 tee. at (he depol the reception comfclt- llton, April it, 18U, lo Itout there and present Ilic Scoll Cup and Legibility of Ihe Iransporl men loin- were placed on all Iralns in Ilie norlh-, ihc union of licensed vehicle workv crn section today wllh.ihstrucllons lo ers, which Is one of the 36 orglnlia' lake cffccllve measures nsalnst Inter- lions affiliated -with tho Transport ference with llicir operations. Further. Workers' hut which' secessions from Ilie ranks of Hie labor, ablo lo Bel Inilependcntly. Ihl men were reported by tho officials i present Instance, liow'erer, II IE act- this morning, hut generally Ihe'r Ing entirely under Ihc advice ol Ihe ranks are remaining -firm.- with Iho Transport Workers' Federation, which olbcr .trophies. liiLlmalton lhal the veterans'desire this has heen com- munlcaled by wire- to the Prince. 'It 13 on Ihc cards that the Prince will be Informally'asked to attend the lodayl gcnffraUy have -rapidly ailiusldd themselves lo Ihe slrlko sit- uation, smilingly accepting Ihe.jncoil-. venlerices caused by Iho lack of Irana- ilance of Ihe officers ,and men of the r.iitl tho rcslrlctlon of sup K.N.W.'M.P. which takes placo on tho night arrival hero. Prcceislon.to Barracka There will.In all-be requlrcii seven cars to accommodate the Prince and his aultc. The procession lo tho bar- racks grounds, will, be piloted by R car containing the chief and members of IhSVlocal .police.. This car .will be those who havo (alien Ih war. As al Captain Hazel Wallace. Tho present arranged, Ihls will place j ca.r will PrlviUfl in o[ Pemiefalher, who. place Ihe lower rooms al dhposil. 7.30 lo Tlm.progrnin be subject la al- teration, as It has lo receive the epproral ot HI: Fojnl Highness. 11 poislble lhal .Ihe Prtacc will Vlall IBeJveiernns' club.lnlveen j) anil VclWk'al tho iraoter. lo-be htld Billy In addition lo Iho II will be occupied by Mayor Hardle, in. the absence of Ihe llcu- tenant-iovernor. Members'of Ihe re- ception committee will be distribut- ed among Ihe can .containing Iho suite DfiHIi Iloyal Highness, u Is propoieil thai the various can In Ihe ,be .by, veleranfl. plies. A few minor.disturbances reported from provlnciar" whefc volunteer workers on ihc rail- roads have heen GOVERNMENT CLAIMS HEARYVAY BEINC MADE LONDON. Sent. Is making headway in dealing. 'fc-lth Ihc national strike of her railway-men, Iho government ron6rtc'd lodny. The Official conimunlcallon olreet at noon announced lhal ..Ihc railway sorvlco.was Improving, moro Iralns having heen run lhan called for under Ihe schedules prepared by the companies rCTlerrtiy, Thla wag 'In line with forecasts that tenement, of conditions In this respect-might be expected Atlem'pis lo derail Iralns which occurred-'-yesterday-for the Aril lime since the of In turn Is cooperating closely wllli the N'allonal Union of nallwaymcn. -...Tlio executive committee of the, union ot licensed'vehicle workers continuously for H hours yeslorflay', not adjourning iint'I nller midnight this Announcement made lhal Ihe union has postponed ac- tion unlll to4ar al'lho rcqnest of (he Transport Workers' federation lo en- able the latter to confer with offi- cials of the .Vnllonal Union or Rail-' Tvaymen. auburb residents, were able'lo use busses'and Irani can lo .reach London th's..morning, bol It-.' la regarded doubtful whetter _ means of conveyance will be available for Ihe reluru It Is belluved.a. majority of the vohfclc worken favor' a strlku. BUILDING PERMITS The latest building perniu to ka out at (he cllj hall are OM of W. Oliver, of three- collages, bn'Sra ftL- one by Iho LtthbrMse Brewery mess at a cost ot ;