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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDGE. APRIL 23, 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 111 Storm Over; Work on Land Will be General in Week; Spring Wheat Area Large Fanners Foresee Wheat Shortage in U. S. and Expect High Prices in on Land Today at Grassy Lake and Other Points Eatt of Taber and Etzikom Forecast and Mildei.' ttw wiud in the MuOinwt, and" will fall and effort U Total For Fbeal Year Of CREDIT BALANCE OF _ April Canadian for the fiscal year ending March 31 last show an increase in the grand total of Canadian trade amounting to com- pared with the figures for the previous' rear. The total value of goods eiport- ed'. from '.and imported ..Into .Canada, during tho year just ended Tag During the ended March. tba total raluo of im ports and exports, was Tho monthly trade statement Issued b> tie -department which gives figures for the whole jear shows an Increase in the value of good a Imported Into Canada during the 12 months period 31'Iast of as compared wltlx the preiioua j ear The total Imports dur Ing Ins year ended were (1064 -while in the fiscal year 1918 19 they were Exports Bhow a smaller Increase amounting for the wholo year to S23 048 292, the total valuo of goods etporterl from Canada durlng'1919-20 being In 191819 A glance at the export figures for the jears shew n great increase In-.the agricultural fopd'prd- duels, animals and animal N products, paper products cent out of tbe country In 19W20 than In 19lS 19 During the >ear Just ended the ralue ot domestic agricultural pro- ducts, mainly food: was than in the previous Tear Animals and animal products were ex- porfed'fronr this countrj last year to the Value of ?3i4 074 9S3, which was than hi 191819 ,TherWS an Increase of Tnore" than JS9 OiilfOOO In tho total value of domestic wood and paper with ud milder" foncut, farmers boptac long speli ot u nllitT Is that a few ot rifling wetter will folio., tbe wtour ud spring of, reeord la Soottsm Alberta. unattwr bit i Thmter afternoon and idght wind switched to the loodnmc ttowh tt not blow to imct much drying ittttmoce as Tbe weaUter Is couttdtrtbly winner today, (bough Ute mercury 'dropped to the f reeling potal The iky A etiil cast will delay tbe drying up proceu However, the farmer will be on the land: In, Southern Alberto today.' Wort from Grassy Lake this moraine Is Uial the there very much ItfeUer from. west, sai land can be ctarUd my time There IB an abundanoe IB .the gmoral along both of the week. lines soil. From aad Etzlkom east tho storm wu lighter, and seed me Trill ty the; ent la tho Lethfarldgc district snd north, West and fields Ere satur- ated, and It Trill be Tuesday or VfeA nesday under, tie most fayorable con- ditions before mtick work can be done. Undeterred ly tbe excessive mois- ture, farmers thia part ol the prov !nce teem determined to slant hoavlly u possible to wheat The re port tiat Uie United 'states crop will be short and that Ule> The finance ministry haa not yet i 78 of tho a ed'if.he sijv -taillaux hi T j'ci'bt" sessibh, .IB corisldering Caillaux shall bo remaln'der of his iclo or f" a prlsoil cell.'" It.Is OTTAWA. April in the house today centred on proposed amendments to franchise bill anil the bill to rutHy Uie Grand Trunk afr quisiilon agreement. In regard, to the of .Germany were working forthe best-Interests of the work' Ing people, but emphasized that --lie dEd not belong to the Industrial of the World, did not' agree, with them! Men Had Decided to. Stay Away Pending.Court 160 Now Working (from Our Own BELLBVUB, April' meet- fag of tie miners on to stay away from the hiioo for a few days longer till court gdre de- cision on the Canmbre case, In ot that decision there U a large niimber of men going to work eTcry-day. 'Ttiere aro one hundred and alxty'men ifcrking, and everything a going- quietly.- April tlns's com -crop 'for thS pEeasial year will bo Spanish loifs, equlvs- lent of bushela, aocordlos to offlclnl fifurei tnida pub- Mo today.. to tha'gorernmciit show acres jUnled to corn this yenr. :.'4f FORESEE TEN CENT 'TRAIN FARES, MONTREAL the Montreal Tramwayi Company Is to pay the a year increas- ed demanded by its em- ploysei, 10-cent fares be ln; troduced. This announcement ili made by Interest] close to the- management of the company REFERENDUM MOTION IN ONTARIO HOUSE TORONTO, April ed debate on the referendum moC tlon occupied the attention of the! leglilature agtln !ait night .and obviated all possibility of divl- slon on the measure before 'Tue.t- day of next Further tuji- port for the reioliitlon wa> forth- coming night. MORE DUBLIN RAIDS DUBLIN', Aprli Many raids ivere made Wfldaesday evening by the military In the'Tillages around Duo re'plied: "No, I have he will be aliowed'.to "reni.alrf-jn. the sanatorium, as ho is under guard ther- and consldereil to bo in ispHUrr.ico Maitre De JHange then said, for tho fmement courts decision defenio': been found I is reached there will be a pubHc.seS' guilty of a crime with which ho was Islon'to read tbe sentence. y to say." o u. S.-REAR ADMIR'AL COMMITS SUICIDE .WASHINGTON, April Roar Admiral Carlo IJ. Brittajh, chlel of staff. for Ad- miral. Henry H. Wilson, com- ma'nuer >ot the Atlantic fleet, patcli from San Hcrno. Thf.. dispatch says the supreme tp leave settlement of .ho Clllola and Syria question to nc- cdmrallted suicide by shooting iotlatlons between Great Britain himself yesterilay while on Franco. duty in Cuban; .waters. _The navv deportment, advices gave no reabon for Ihe the employee's who struck. I LOOK AFTER Jorin Franklin Will In Charge of Blooded Stock on E. P. Ranch (Special to The.lISratd) MACLEOD, April 'Frankllri, the noted horieman 6f Southern Alberta, vvAb >pent the' the south near San Fran- cltco, returned fast woek and l> deltghtetf to Alberta aQain'. Hit string of been poied .of except onej which he has leased, being free for thli ae'ajon, he haa.been nsksd to take charge of the Royal Ranch, where the Prince of Wales, and Lord Minto, have purchased land, and will have their thoroughbreds on It. in lest than a month. Mr. Ceo. Lane, who has charge of all, haa Mircd'hir. Franklin to take com- plete charge of theie valu- able stock, and he will take pot- sexton aa lOon as the stock ar- rlvet, and will prove hlmtetf the right man In the right place. act. ARREST Bl ALLIES Izzet PasliaV Formet Grand Viz- Other Officials Apprehended NEW April Indictnfents charging prof--' .-Heeling in nients were re- -turncd today by-a federal grand jury in Brooklyn against the Chicago padting houses of Armour, Swiff, and Company, and their representalivca here. Shrift and Company were inflicted on four counts, Armour ami Company on three, and Wilson and Company on one. Tim men were arraigned and tlfe bonds which they and .Iheir firms are now under were.continued, The indictments' were 'found, on complalnls by agents of the depart- ment of justice who have been inven- tigatfog alleged profiteering hero for several weeks. ,At 1.10 the house divided on the King amendment. It was lost bv 2ij the vote .standing For, 80. r Ot the cross benchers, Messrs Ken-, nedy and Ilaibert Acted with the op- po-ltlon, Messrs -Reid, McNutS, Thompson. Maharg and Gould- eminent 1 Third reading was then declared carried 'oh the same division, 're- versed. The reduced goTernment was explained by empty benches on that side of the house. Owing to th4 latonsss of 'the hour, many mc'ulbers were absent. Liberal Opposition Yet OTTAWA; April (By Canadian While the Grand Trunk Hall- way bill- secured Its third and final rending to 'the commons' early, this morning, and while it Is generally ex- peeled that the bill will pass the sen- ate, there IB still some to'lk ahead for tbo commons, 'accord- ing to well-informed opinion ambrif the opposition members today. Indl- cations aro that when Lhe estimates covering deflcltK on the operation ot. uHtionally owned railways come before Ihe house, the 'Liberals will mnke.' every effort to show thai some 'Of ihe roads taken over arc In 'anything, but' good condition financially. SOUTHERN TORNAOO TOLL NOW UP TO 233 !iu and In the town. No reported. Tbo last hunger striker was removed from Mount Joy prison today. He iras (ftkiij to a -hospital. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April Roporls received from points in Afabama, Mississippi day's tornado, brought the (leMli list up lo 233. Property lianiSEO was COXSTANTINOPLB. April (By Associnted Pasha, former vizier, yas plac- ed under arrest by ontente authorities hero General Allrza Paeba Rtul several other prominent Turko were also apprehended. Izzet Pasha is ono of the best linown urea In Turkish politics, and was early in March asked lo form a cabinet i when tho government of Sail Pasha 1MIM ILBIi {ilv KUVCI ui onii i i tr rtti ml nfii TC notice it Intended to rtsign. Ho i Chancellor States They Will was ono of the Turkish delegates nam- ed lo go to': Par fa. lo receive the terms of from the allies. Damad Fertd. Pasha, grand vliler. 'charge of the vnr office be- cauic disaffection there has threat- ened to embarra'Ss the government In Bending atslstahcft to Anzovour Pasba, of tho snltait's forces In Asia Minor. He discharger] a niimber of officials who wero. with being respon- sible for Twelve hundred adherents of Mus- Kernal are reported lo have irrsstdd ind many arc being thrown, into fall daily. He Pay More In Future AMERICANS IN MEXICO ASK US, PROTlECTlbN', WASHINGTON, April Un- ited States government represen- tatives In Mexico have, asked fof; I the dispatch' of warships to that .country to protect American cjt- Izens and '.their Tho requests came from-Mazat- lan and Topoblama, on the Pac> iflc coast, and Frontora, on thft Gulf coast. Officials of the and navy departments ara the Warships -Salt ANGELBS, Cal., April TKe cruiser Haleni and destroyer No. 276 were ordered by Admiral Rod- mon, commnndlng tho Pacific fleet, t6 Sail immediately for Mexican waters. H -was announced tho -vessels woiilil slop at MnzallaTi. It was expecterl. nc- conllng to word fronvtho flagship New Mexico, that (hese or other vessels would also call at Topolbampo. Both vessels arc at Sail Diego at pi-osont. STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS Arrived: Monlcacle, Victoria, from the Orient LONDON, 'April to questions In the house of com- mane as to the amount of reparation Germany has made lo the aCHes under the peace treaty, Austen ChambftrlBln, chan- cellor of the re- ferring to considerable deliver- ies of ships and coal, eald: "The only cash recaiveu !a thr.i required to meet current of commissions. There lo no reas- on lg suppose thai Germany wllf not be able to pay e very consid- erable .ss she la bound to do under the treaty." TOOK 395 GERMAN SHELLS TO KILL ONE FRENCHMAN IN 1017 PARIS, April Mercher, a member of the French Academy of Medicine, after an extended In- vestlgatlon, has determined that during a period of five months in 1817, a total of shells feil on !hs front sf th.-cs armies. Tfio shells, according to Dr. Mcrchcr, killed rne_n and wounded According to his figures, it took n total ol ?95 shells to kill ono man and half a4 many to wound one, ;