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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta yoLUME xni. TWENTY-TWO PAGES LETHBRIDGE, ALPERtA. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 TWENTY-TWO PAGES NUMBER 90- H Londonderry Scene of Military Activity to Prevent a Crisis Foremost Line Towns D| 'Extension of ROADS PATROLLED, MOTORS SEARCHED LONDON, April 3.- Reports from many parts of Ireland indicated that the government is taking no chances o1 u possible ma-tcpjaiizatlon of tho rumored .Sinn Fein plot for an Eastar revolution. Londonderry, Dublin r.nd other places, the rftporto eay, wore the centres of extreme military activ-� Ity.-3 stringent watch being'rhain-tained and all travellers searched --^--_ ^ Ajwiication to Parliament for More Time to Complete Con- j struction of Gap Rouses Their Ire, But Assurance Given This is Only Matter of Form and Legal Protection of Charter Which Expires March, 192 K (Special to Th� Herald) OTTAWA, April S.-AnnouncenMnt from Ottavtr* the other dey that the Canadian Paelflc Railway had applied to parliament for an extenalcn of time In which.to cornplete the construction of the Lethbrldge-Weyburn line hat aroused tKs people of Foremost and Etzikon^, with the result that W. A. Buchanan, member for Lethbrldge', constituency has been receiving red-hoi wiree of protest. Mr. Buchanan points, out that, in his opinion, 4he people at theea po.inte are needlessly alarmed. The time for the completion, of the line ' under the act piias^d in 1916 la March, 1921. The Canadian Pacific la merely applying; for an exten*!on of this time as a matter of .provwction. It Is possible, owing to. the scarcity of; pick and ahovel labor this year,.due to the return dfrSO many ofthls claas of labbrer to their European homee following the war, tAatthe company, no matter how anxious to complete the Manyberrlet-AltaWan gap this year, might be unable to accemp(le>ii this program, in :Wh:ch cace their charter for the uncompleted portion' cf the line woaid lapae and th� railway contpany might throw up ita hands entirely. � \ i It Is stated here that Mr. Buchanan, when the bill comea up, will press for a very definite announcement from the company that construction of the gap will be undertaken this year and will be completed as quickly aa possible. It is pointed out very strongly by Mr. Buchanan that the people of Etzlkom and Foremost in opposing the extension fail to realize that the defeat of the extension might mean no construction at all. Legal protection is all the C.P.R. wanta and that can only be secured by following the usual procedure of applying for an extension of the time allowed for the completion of the road. I'^mitiBg of Doctor** Prescriptions For Liquor Further is Not Accepttd "BONE DRY" WILL ME AN THAT SAYS PREMIER PLACER GOLD NEAR CALGARY? -^a";lhor'ATsaSk'(liatrU-.r. a 'we�!k ago is now Off. Par into ? .the,;'n4glit_Thur3^,ft^^ all of Good Friday, prospective gold miners were-illing claims along Sn^ke>Creek,' :!'* s  DECISIONASTOCOURSE. LMIDGE NORMR LONDON, jCprll 3.-Armed troops �were oh duty along all roads leading to ^Londonderry last night, ciotor cara ere searched ^hnd drlvero had to pro-i;ice permits and declare their business, say a a Central Ksr/a dispatch |trQni= Dublin.; helloVed thj.s mlli-! lary activity had something to do .with j Tumors of an Easter uprising. There was great ml 1 it^rrrf , activity If 5ii the suburbs of Dublin, today, accord-' lug to the dispatch. Parties of sold-iora with armored cars took up positions shortly after midnlcht just out-.side tho city boundaries and all vehicles approaching tho capital.were searched. Hay, carts received part'c-, ular attention and tho tra:nway passengers from Lucan, .-.bout seven miles ' west of Dublin, also ware searched. Patrol the Ror.ds nsLPAST. April Z.-ln addition to pronounced military activit.v in the ' vicinity of Londonderry ti;day, all the , roads about the town are being patroi-. The passengers who arrived by i tho Scotch boat at I..ondcnderry were Kcavched by tho polioo. Meanwhile ! violent scenes worn reported taking' place among the Pl^n Fain prisoners i connncd In Londondorry Jatl. Unusual' activity also wni displayed by tho authorities in DuBdaTl!:, midway between J3eKast .and Dublin, opecial patrols being noatod t3 c'.) aiiproachos to tlie lown. Tho drivors of motor cars, whic^h vehicles wnro numerous on the roads because of Iho Eaatsrtldo activities were rBQUlred to produce their permits. French to RoBlgn? DUBLIN, April 2.-Tho Freeman's Journal, in an arllolo tyday. advances Iho belief that Field 'Manshal "Viscount .li'rench is to rB�ien hi^ post as lord-� lieuTenant of Ireland, wid that he will l)n succeeJfiil by Docioo Tho news-jiaijoi' say.'i Vhcnunt Frauch probably will go to Gaaat'.A iw: j;'T''o"nor-gen9ral. Arrests at Limerick I>IMEUiCK, MuuBtor, Ireland, April S.-Numerous arrests were made here o:irly today by military authoritieK, and many houses were aearclied. The reasons for Iho action of the military are unlcnown, Canadian's Appointment Lauded l^ONDON, April 3.-(By Canadian Associated Praus.)-- I-Iaiaar Greenwood's appoimtmonl �is Irish chief secretary, meets with approval, newspaper compient being that he shows characteristic- courage. The Times �ays that he can have littlo experience in Irish affairs as he WR.n not even a niombor of the large cabinet commit-leo wbich drafted the homo rule bill, ' It continues: i�;if he takes to Ireland no other 'ffessaKO of hope than tho text of tho iprcsent homo rule bill, ho may find ,%!mself at bay. If, ou tJin other hand. ' iha governmont is vv-Ullni; to profit by 1,1)0 constructive suggestions of parlla-'niont during the committee stage, and lo amplify and improve thoir measure, llien, and then only, v.'lll their representative in Ireland bo enabled to pre-;:cnt adequate credontiaU to the Irish ppopie." Tiio Daily Telegraph reviews Sir Hamar Greenwood's piiriiamentary record us being tavoitblo for his assumption of his new oiTico and remarks [ furllier tb.at ho is a. Canadian by birth and in HyinpaUiy with Canadian principles of selt-.;rovornnient. The 'Mornins J'ojt c'.eclures that only Biilfour and Waiter Lung emerged unbroken i.-om tho chief secretaryship, both of Vi'hom succeeded because ihoy refused to tolora^e sedition or j permit crime, and in so refusing, were supported by tho govyrnment. Rental Tax Plan Kiile4 by House ThrdWn Out Medicine Hat'himself and Attomey-Generai Boyle. Charter^Lethbridgre Clause Will Meet Like Fate (Special to Tho Herald) EDMONTON, April 3,-Rough treatment was given to the Medicine Hat idea of a tax on rental values of residences and business places in the legislature Saturday morning Trhen the house, sitting as committee of the whole, threv/ out ihe proposal by a substantial majority. Prior to this, the house had killed a similar clause in the general town act and also in thfl village act, these rental tax clauses copied from the Jledicihe Hat idea liaving been inserted by Hon. A. G. MacKay, minister at ' municipal af- In Lethbridge Charter, .Too The action of tho house in killing the rental tax idea in ^the Medicine Hat charter, the town act and tho village act, of course, is a sure forecast , (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON, April 2.^Af ter a 'perfunctory dsbate n^hieh was as water la to wlae in comparison with the oratorical otttburst gver Mrs. L. C. McKInnoy'g. '^ttlanket resolution to amend thb Lfqnor Act, the legislature on FrWa;/ afternoon killed Dr. {J. D. Stanley's proposed speciflc amendments to-the Liquor Act by a vote of . So to 13. Dr^ Stanley's amondmcnts, I "in brief,'provided for the issuance of J special permits to doctors by the At-! torney,.aenejral tor the -writing of i Liquor prescriptionj, limited the amount of liquor that c6uld be given on each' presterlpttoii to'.'elisht ounces, and , tho nu'mb'ji- of ^prescriptions to  twenty-flve st: nion^; "After Premier ' Charles Ste'wart knhoiih'cert that he . had not changed his mind since he made the statemest that no amendments would vbo iBMla to the Liquor Act until afl�r the ooming plebiscite i^or or agaltkf^ liquor Importation, the premier moT|d' thkt W[r. Stanley's amendment9 Premier Opposed Provincial Treasurer Mitchell, another Medicine Hatter, also battled for having the proposal, but a majority of the house was adamant agaiust it,- including Premier Chas. Stewart eiamination in medical diagnosis bc-fwe they can take itho esariiinatibn under the speci.il board in thoir own particular healing cults. His conlen- ment against the amendments. The others who voted for the Premier's motion to strike out the amendments, that Is, against Dr. Stanley's proposal, included Hon. J. L. Cote. Provincial Secretary, Hon. A. G. Mackay, minls-lor of health and' municipal affairs. Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, lion. .T. R. Boyle, attorney-general, Premier Stewart, Hon. C. R. Mitchell, provincial treasurer. Hod. Geoige P. Smith, niinlstfer of education, and the following government private members. Lieut. Frank V.'al-Iter, Victoria. P. Lessard, St. Paul De Metis, Lucien Honi'dpau. St. Albert; F. Leffingwell. AVarner; Ma.ior R. B. Eaton. Hand Hills; ,1. McCallum, Veg-revllle; .T. McCotl. .\cadla; G. McDonald, Pembina; ,T. McXaushton, Little Bow; W. E. Prudden, Stettler: A. W. THE HAGUE, April 3.-The general advance of the German government troops along the entire front against the insurgent forces In the Ruhr and neighboring industrial regions which began Friday morning, has been ano-cesstul, according to well-informed Dutch sources. The right wing of the advancing troops forced the R�ds to retreat across the Testerbsrg and the govemiittent forces have a,lready penetrated Hambom, the advices state. At^thc centre of the front the gor-emm^pit, /trooiWihave, taken. Rechlinj!-haueoh; i's'tailes um-thwest � ? : : : ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? : > ? CALL OFF RUHR STRIKE ? COPEXHACrEN, April ? Decision to call off the general ? strike in the entire Euhr indus- ? trial region was reached at a with the workers, and partlcii-, ? larly if it fails to halt the ? movement of troops against tho : : ? > ? : : > �> ? - � Whitford; P. Morkebsri?:, Innisfall; G. Skoldinp, Macieod; H. B. .A.tkins, Dids-hui'V; V\\ A. llae, Peaci? River; Dr. .1. ] . ince, he urged that it be done, and that the arrangement of low freight rates for this Importation would be made to apply by the govern-i ment the same as the hay It had previously bought and brought in. WARNING TO FARMER3 The minister wished the nev/e-papers to-give the v.'idest possible publicity to the situation, to urge farmers and ranchers not to depend upon getting their supply from the government, although the present campaign to obtain feed was being continued. The situation was even worse in some areas : of the north than the south. Fred Davis, Glelchen, said ho was informed that there were some 3,000 tons of feed available in his constituency for use. ^ George Hoadley, Okotoks, suggested to the minister that- as there was bound to bo a shortage of feed and horses at the critical time of seeding, he thought it might be well to organize a campaign to obtain tractors to do thi� work, letting them out on contract. Mr. Marshall said he was glad of the suggestion, that the department woidd take up the matter with large ranchers who owned a number of tractors to see if they could not be contracted out among other ranchers and that men to supervise their operation would be provided by the department. HALIFAX, N.S., April Radio reports received here fr(nn the Cunard liner Carmania report that tho llutr-h ; steamer Zuiderdiep, 1,()'12 toup, is l.'io miles east of Capo Race with a brolii.-n i rudder. IE CRITICAL POLITICAL SITUATION IN DENMARK LONDOX, April 3.-Two vice-presidents of the lower house of the Danish parliament today demanded that the president summon the lower house, according to an Exclvangc Telegi-aph dispatch from Copenhagen. The request was refused and the vice-presidents thereupon disalaimed Jail re-sponsibir.ty for any consequences that might ensue if the house was not convened in the present critical situa- MORE GOLD FOR NEW YORK HALIFAX, N.S., April ;!.--Tli(! Cunard liner Curnnuiia, with a sliipnient of $10,000,000 in gold for New York, is expected to call here tomorrow evening from Liverpool. RABBI WILL TOUR DOMINIONS i LONDO.V, April 3.-(By Canadian i Associated Press.)-Chief llabbi Hirl?.' has proposed making a tour of the dominions during the .summer, visiting Canada first. This is the lirst time; any chief rabbI has undertaken such a tour. ELECTED MAYOR OF MADRID AIADRID, April 3.-Count Limpia.^ was elected mayor of ATadrid yesterday. Will Aisit Enf^Jand and America in Hope rf Drumming Up liii.'iiness Ct)PIO,\H.i(;i':.\. April A Russian tradi-; conimi.-i.siou. hctided by M. Xo-Kin. mir.i.'ittir of comraerije in tho ix'-nine o.Thiiiia|, anil M. Rosovaky, accom-pan led by v-i exp(*rts in Irade and en-Rinoorin:,', arrived hero from Moscov,' yesterday. .M. Xogin said that after a short .stay in neuniarlc it was the intention of the comniissiou to pro-ce lu^twp.en them and Russia ;is soon as possible. "iihips already nro loadin,-.; at Potro-�rad wish flux and otlicr conuiiodi- lies." said M. X'ogin, "and will sail aa soon as the ice breaks. But our main raw materials, including grain, cannot be exported until we have an Improved transport system. "We purpose to buy locomotives and. rolling stock, paying for them to some extent in gold." ' M. Nogin said there were many mil-I lions of pounds of grain in Ri'.,iKla, but that the peasants demanded in return for It goods and agricultural Ini-pienients. He declared that the delf gation contemplates offering conce.-s-sions to foreigners fpr the establish-ment of manufacttires in the mining regions of the Ural and Alciii di;;-tricts, anil also to offer timber coB.-cessions, i>avticularly in Xorth Ril|(> sill. BIG STILLS IN NEW YORK SEIZED NEW YORK, .April .'!.-In a raid on a house in the borough of Queen's today, two fully equipped .30-gallon stills, throe vat.s with a capflcily of ."00 gal-I Ions each, ilv.'o tons of mash and jr. j biin-elf;. of whiukey -were ^'.-ii'-cd by j federal prohibltioii authoritlcH. Tv.o arrest;! woro made. The condition of lhc> .stills indicated that they luad bccu In oporalinn (or more tb;in a ye;u\ 9288 72?109 ;