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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XIII. TWELVE PAGES LliTIIBWDGli, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 TWELVR PACKS NUMBER JOli of Hunger Strikers is Followed by Biggest Round-up Yet GOVERNMENT -POLICY REMAINS Wear Overalls Latest Graze In United States Incensed at High Cost of Clothing Thousands of Yankeu Discard High Priced Suits for Denim and Firemen Garbed Overalls jump, f April capital Is normal loday following the release o the hunger'-striklng "prisoners and tho calling oft of tha Busl-l ness is proceeding as "usual and the! tranttrays and trains ara at! ut the employees having returned lo work. p Extensive military ratds were car- rled .out in' Dublin (luring the fore noon, and a hundred persons nre ie- ported to been arrested. -An official' explanntlun'of the raids is uot available, however. At the .It Is reported (hot some bl the' released .hunger strikers are'very weak, but that the others are 'lirogrcfslng. irell. -Tha raids constituted the biggest, round-lip operations ever known In the city, and with about 100 arrests made. Mount' Joy prison re- gained more prisoners than It lost yesterday through the removal of the hunger strikers. Thq raids we're can-tail .out by the largest number of troops ever- em- jiloyed here', 20. to 30 lorries being re- riulred to convey them. Cuffe street, one of the poorest? In the city, was the raiders, as also some 16 .nearby streets, including those In .the Jewish Later Suffolk.alreet.was subjected to anoth- raid .In-; a large .number of ..y, Sergt.: lleuispn was admitted fo: Dujjlln hospital In a Serious condition fronra'wo'unil inflicted fired during of procession through' the of Bal brligan yes- lerdijp. Tlie'area .covered ;by today's roiind- in tlje vrh'cnS jbonstftbte Kclls w'as-'shot yesterday. .One'.of the houses'searched was on the same street as that in which the murder committed. Policy Remains Same LONDON, April Sonar La-y, the government leader, In an answer to tnlesllous In the. house to day 'regarding the release of Irish hunger strikers from 'Mount Joy pris- on, stated thai they had not boon un conditionally released. Th'ls state- ment contrayerts reports received trom Dublin Jasl nlghl. Mr. Bonar Law also denied that there hart been any reversal of the Koyernment's policy, declaring that tho of the hunger strikers was atmijar to that of Will- lam O'Hrlen, alderman of Dublin, who Petitions For New Dayton Irrigation District Signed Up (Continued on Pago Ten.) NEW YORK. -April patches receive! here thin morn Ir.jr show that the "overall -cam'- of protest against the cost is spreading rag- 151y throughout the southern and vestern stales.: At.Roanoke, Jour diff -re.nt inrifjs citizens were held yesterilax.'auu last lltve'c ovcrall'clubs were organize 1 with a total membership of At Greenville, S. C.. many busi- ness and professional', men. havo adopted the overall as.lheir daily garb. Overall clubs' have- been or- ganized several-nearby towns. Every sturlent-at of South Carolina., Columbia, ban pledged liicuselt lo .'ve'af overalls until such time as Ihe prices of.. clothing 'reasonable, fig- ure. Fifteen hundred inert' at Itich- mond, Va.. arc now members of the "Old Clothes and Overall Club Buys 3000 Pairs The chairman .of the ,falr pries commission at '.Atlanta.'.'Ga..- has calledi upon citizens to organize an overall club and has'purchased three thousand pairs ol overalls which will >3ld to citizens at wholesale prices. At Spokane. Wash., Ihe Ore chief and many city firemen rre- ported for duty today IQ khaki suits. The chief hereafter regulation uniforms whleU ;cosl }72 would be required ''only, 'oh forDial occasions. f An oreruH club Is organized In Kmporia. Kansas. City 'flraineri and policemen will wear dehliu. anil Kev. G. C. Brogaui, recently elected mayor, probably will be Inaugurated rearing overalls. Many business men at Rose- burg, Oregon, have signed aji agreement pledging themselves to .wear overalls and shirts un til the o' clothing is vc- duced.'.5 Several thousand members -of the. Loyal Order of Moose portation. Strikers were reported to be return- ing to (voi'k in u number, of cities, and in Chicago, where Ihe nminthor- f ixed ivalkont had its origin, brother- rhond (ifh'elals thn backbone or I the t-trlko was broken. I Bwltrhmen employed in the Chicago terminal of the Hock Islam! system. firemen anil engineers on ihe I'cjin railrond. and groups oi strikers on thn Stio fJne and other. roads, vojetl to enil tbe strike in Chi-, cago und were relnrnfns to their jobs today. Freight conditions, thc raji- roads announced, were being restored rapidly to normal and-emburgocs were lifted by several, roads. The insurgent leaders, however, cqn: tinned their claims tbai Iho. position' and denied charges o' Palmer thac radical influences were he-hind thc strike. (Conl-niied Kour) Judson Ranch Hand Loses Life Crossing River atTaber 0 Man's Xiinic Unknown at I'res- I Wcnl Down al ti's Kovd TAIllill. April drown- ins IniKtlly occurred ;thout In iiVlurli on tlio river ahoiit fist uf hern al the- tlio Icnilrrs til" foilov.-ini; lenni kept riflil behind, bill, thc liy sumo I iniNins ronlrnl, ami aliinvL-il Iho j ivhoclrr.-- to gel down siri-iim. and liie (jonfnsioii (lip frcml aciir partfil. tJHT ilrivi-r lotting an Uif Vf.tif. Ihul he remained ivllh ;hc ionni inive bni.-n no and rnan climbed onl air! Mho a four-hor.e h, 'KClting caught ifndor tho w.tgon i the big .liuhon ranch north of the lost his lirr> while cvo.'S- Wonl was to lwm ing owing lo Hie spring i bit teams bavo IICMI (the .trosflng sncccssfuily. nnd only liie i previous ilay teams (rom llm big nuieii bsvc, a crossed st.Vly. as also did some of: THos. .ludpon win Iho .Mounted I'oilrc ;n town lliis evening with thc pnnifjsc.- i This morning some loams: dirlhof effra-ts made to rc: I were on way to (own. and torn-; body. _ to the ford, be.Zjm crossing as i j usual. Tlie driver of the team ahead I Thc llcialrl has since teanicJ I of that iff tfie victim .of Ihe accident llarnld wns nnino liia I know the .ford and crowed siilcly, and {nun drowned irt the ebpv? acclJehV. .f ;