Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta XIIL LETHBRtoOE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920 NUMBER 220 Lord Mayor Mac Sweeney Can't Last Much Longer; Rioting Again in Belfast LONDON, Aug. condition. Cohalan of Cork has vrrllten a strong lo tho London Times urging ol Terence MacSwesney. lord mayoi ot. inbrnlng reiwrted to be worso at'ihe Jail whero he is on'a bung'er'Blrlke. Mayer Mic- Iho rcleaso ot. Lord Mayor Mac- Sweoney of Cork, siylag his Imp'rls- onmenl offends all sense of-justice. "The o-Tonie charged to the Lord mayor has no says Ihc .Exports For Year Ending 1920, Only Few Millions Over Imports FAVORABLE BALANCE FAST- DISAPPEARING OTTAWA, Aug. ports and Imports almost balanced eo far as shown ijy a summary of Iho trade of Canada for the 12 months ended July 31, as prepared by the Do- 'fiiiuion bureau o[ statistics. Tho total imports are valued a and the exports at .637. The figures for Hie two previous 'years covering tlio same period, as 1918, Imports and-eiporls 1018, imports G91 and exports There- Tore, the favorable Irmie balanco rn-lilcli has distinguished Canada's trade during tlie war years Is in pro cess of disappearance. The duly col- lected for the 12 months was OOIJOS as compared -In ISIS and in.lOlS. Imports from the United States to- talled while Die exports tbat country were Tliore was little increase in coal im- ports because, though Canada paid in 1B20 as against 872 in ID 10 for anthracite, sno only fcaid for hituminous in a920 as ngaihBt In 1919. Canada's cotton imports were 1929, or Iho largest tord. i very restless night. Bishop Appeal. LONDON'; Ails. 2fc-Bf3bon Daniel! bishop's Utter. "The sentence his no moral sanction and is a manifest Injustice." The bishop points out that pacifica- tion of Ireland would be rendered moro difficult through- harsh treat- ment of the lord Commenting on existing conditions ID Ireland, Bishop Cobalan says Ihc government has resumed a "Baltourlan policy." H Is now a familiar and trite expression that'government in- Ire- j land Is government Ijy Imprisonment, Ijy deportation, by arson and hy mur- __tdcr. he concluded. Rioting In Belfast DELFAST, Aug. rioting occurred this afternoon in- Culling-1 tree road, lying hclvreen the Falls and' Grosvenor road districts o( West Bel- fast. The police barracks In Culling- Flour Drops "Hits n -'i- Skids ar Train Held Up By Police; Booze Found In Coke Not a Regular Hold-Up But it isj Producing Hoboes Arrested Sinn Fein Women Threaten To Tie Up All British Ships Now Lying in U. S. Ports (Special to Tho Herald) FERNIE, B.C., Aug. other train holdup, this 'time a freight train on th-s Great .North- ern at Baynes. Th6 parties guilty of 'he deed are Chief Spilfer and Constables Collins, McNalley, Hughes and Knowles of the Provincial Police. A train of-forly-one care of coal and'cokc" was stopped alJBaynes yesterday evening, and search EO far has brought out from beneath the coke In'one car twenty cases of liquor, and the search Is still going on.- Five'men wece found stealing a-" ride on the same train and are toeing held. As the coke came from Mkhel, It Is evident that this shipment of Ilqucr was concealed In the coke at that place. Scores of Millions of Dollars' Worlh brGoId.Qre Now Await Development reo road were wrecked anrt the mill- lory fired on Iho cnnvd. Many gunshot victims were admitted to tlio ndjacent Royal Victoria Hos- pital. U. S. CAPITALISTS TO DRILL FOR OIL IN P. E. I. CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I., Aug. McKay, geologist of Seputpa, representing a party of United States capitalists is here to begin geological surveys pre-. limlnary to boring for oil and gas In Prince Edward Island. DEEP PRILLING SHOWS RICH VEINS PORCUPINE, Ont., Aug. Sensational ''and. develop- ments are believed to be due In the near Northern On- tsrio, particularly In the. Porcu- district, gold deposits are thought to gnally exceed any- thing ever bcfcre found. Enor- mous as the Veiujts to far achiev- ed have believed that the present co'ndltlon of the mines with ore reserve of a hundred mil- lion dollars may prove to be mere- ly a preliminary development. Scores of mllllonr'of dollars worth of ore to be here, awaiting development by going to the deepest''point.possible. This belief has been strengthened re- cently'by the'finding of ore En a diamond in the Hollln- ger mine at of nearly half a mire and the increase In the gold content of of.a being encountered at a a mile Mclnfyre, Porcupine. NEW YORK, Aug. Hostili- ties wore resumed today by Ihs five Slon Fein women pickets who yesterday started a demonstration tbat resulted In s. walkout of than longshoremen employed on British oceao liners as a pro- test against. Great Britain's Irish policy, The women returned to the piers Tdlb. i cohort ol long- shoremen' Intent on crippling all British snips arriv- ing ID port. Flans also ire're tald to be on foot to spread the protest strike to other Atlantic ports and to eitend-ltU possible to ship crews as well aa longshoremen. .Although the longshoremen out declared they would not return to work until Archbishop Mannli, Australian prelate, had been per- mitted to enter Ireland And Lord Mayor MacSweeney of Cork re- leased from Brlxlon Lon- don, their stand was mot expected to prevent the sailing today ol a number ot ships due to clear port during the day. Officers of the Cunard. lino and International] mercantile marine said tha walkout hud not Included any .-members of the crews and that If necessary the ships would clear with Incomplete cargoes. About half the longshoremen who walked out yesterday relumed to this! morning, it was asnouncet at Lhevoffices oC the .Internatloual At iha Cunard line oDices It was niiourxed that the MauTclanla. -nrhicb .rrlred at quarantine from Souibimp- on this uiornlnK, will not ie docked ntll 5 o'clock this alterucon.' btrea ioura Isle, because berth'Is ;pc- :upled Ijy the Aquiunii. which I is scheduled to depart at noon, f j 8ush Fires Rage In Manitoba; Two Lives Lost, Report Farm Homes, Crops and Schools Vidim's of of Inwood Threatened FLOUR DROPS SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. A drop of forty cents" In- tba TholcsalQ. price nt d tiarrel oCflirar waB'announc'ed by the wheat eichange... Last of The Romanoffs o Positive Proof That Bolsheuifci Murder Victim Jligh Cost of Living- Showing! Signs of To Drop Soon Again Old Ilicost Living, who has been JN our midst aa an outstanding figure for the past five years, is "hitting the Wireless From Moscow to Thai 'Soviets Are Interned Ho Isn't travelling very (asl. It la Inic, but he Is LravclHng. Sugar Is dropplntj. Healers .ire pre- dicLiug 15 CQUl sugar shortly. Mour is oil Hie loboEgaii. It drop, pcd 4j cents per Imndrcd In Letli- briOso tills week. On Weduosilay rcit wheat of Ilic old crop is decon- trolled, and Hour with it. Ixjcal mill men predict lower (lour prices after At Hie present time Hour 15 uclng lliado from ciKsling JH.lri per tusliel. Hut .iflcr next Wcilncsday, flio controlled is off. and flour be made from wlical rosthiK J2.-10 Id 52.75. This should mean a drop of f couple of dollars a Inirrcl. 0( course, old Is still goltins ]u Ills good occasionally. There'3 to be ft freight rale increase, Bud iiasseiigcr. fares are on the np- Rrade. 'Hut many of the commodities ui life are on tho eilt'o. Predictions lire that the decrease will not be rapid, put it will steady. Rlothing costs aro expected lo take h slump during Ihc fall and winter following a drop In wool from 70 cents WINNIPEG, Aug. re- ports this afternoon from districts In Manitoba In witlch bush fires are burning are. reassuring. winds have aided the hun- dreds of men engaged fn fighting the flames, and at many points It 'Is reported that a rainstorm would complete the work of extinguish- ing the fires. American Party of Bankers Now in Winnipeg Make That Prediction PARTY IS FORE-RUNNER OF BIG IMMIGRATION PARIS, Aug. to transfer the Russo-Pollsh peace negotiations at MinsV to a neutral country Is.expressed in a wireless message from Moscow picked iin by the Eiffel tower station today. The: details of the soviet- offer could not be the foreign, office announced. 34.000 Bolshies Interned LONDON, AUg. thirty, four thousand Russian Bolshevik soldiers have entered East-Prus- sia and been interned, according to an official announcement made In Berlin, says a dispatch to the Exchange. Telegraph .company from that city. Soviet Note Impertinent LONDON1, Aug. following dispatch from Lucerne was received by the London Times: "Premier Lloyd George has receiv- ed tbr- soviet noto and Ihe Impression created is not a saUsfiiclory one. The tone of the communication. Is consid- ered to verge upon studied Impertin- ence. The note will be tlie subject of views between' London, Paris and Home. "U Ig expected lhat Premier Lloyd George''-will remain another week.'' I Prol'.ct Americans WASni.VClTOX, Aug. Daniels announced todty lhat he had! ordered Iho armored cnilser Pitlsmirg 1 lo proceed from Jlcval lo Danzig for LONDON, Aug' Dnsslble'- dotilits .that former Emiieror Nicholas of Russia and his taulily JQ'th'e pt their prison': hoiisB" at Ekaterin- burg on Lbo night ol July. Eebni to be dispelled bj- the ac- count'of'two Independent invesli-. gators which, are published Wrej One Is by the London Times and was written by its for- mer .Pclrograd Robert Wilton. Tlie pears in the Nineteenth'Century magazine and 15 from the pen ,p( Caplain Francois McCullagh, .of tlio Ilrltlsh army, who before the newspap- er spent sev- eral weefe" at" and talked wili-natfresySilA EOldiers through the .windows of the ill-iafed hdnce. Both writers; agfee-af. the im- portant details of the elory. ,-I.Tha'victims ot the; massacre, they say, numbered 11, being' the former em'peror, his wife, can and four daughters, Dr. Botkin-.-" and three, servants. The assasSina- irrangcd liy Jailer In charge of the deppsei rd.yal family and' was carried out vby. 12 soldiers. Caplain McCullagh's etory says all the doomed party, except Nicholas, were on their .knees, themselves, as Ynrovski .shouted the "orclcr for the execu- tion of' "Nicholas' Itotninoff, tho bloody and-all. his family." The' former czar then stepped quickly In front of his wife and children, saying something which could not be heard, and was ehot by Yuro- vlskl. Then the vcniaiucier ol the party were shot down with re- 'volvera aod later the soldiers bavonctted the bodies, ho Eald.. Aug. fires continue to at many poinU In Manitoba.'.caualng heavy losses in .hay and grain, crops and at some points destroying farm j homes, school houses'and pi.hpr-bii.ild- ings. from tho areas where Iho fires are burniss rialoMhal 'rain is essential if further serious damage is to be avoided. Two Lives Lost In the vicinity of Balmoral fierce fires are to the north and threaten the homes ot farmers and have already destroyed hay.nnd'grain crops. From Teuton cornea Ihe re- port that two lives .hare.heen lost In fires near the ot ErirwicV, 17 miles west-pi' Teulon.-' This loss ol life, has not'Ueeu. confirnieil. The reports say Ihi inhabitants arc WINNIPEG, Aug. dian hundred theu- sand Immigrants to Canada will come from the United States next year. That was the view expressed generally by members of a party of 60 American bankers, business men and farmers vrfho last night completed a three-thousand-mile trip through the prajrie provinces of Western Canada. The party which left Winnipeg on August 18 took the first of a series of Immigration prospecting trips to be conducted by the industrial and resources department .of the Can- adian National Railways. Heavy purchases of prairie lands were made by several of the visitors. f SEAPLANE 3T.ARTS ON TRANSrCANADA FLIGHT -v. QUEBEC, Aug. Canada Air Board's seaplane en route froni' Hallfas to Ot- tawa, left here this morning on .the last lee ot Us trip. 1 -7 ri' i? IH T Election Wntlo Be Issued Soon S.oldier.Already in Field And Both Old Line Parties Will Enter Contest v v v v nEICHSTAG WILL MEET SEPTEMBEH 1 Aug. 2S. Tha ReichslHg has beon summoned to nieel. September 1 con- sider tbe political situation, When "God Save the King" Played International Fuss at Olympic Will Be _- JIade Today ANTWERP, Aug. boqhiE ol the British national anthem al the Lhst all ahle-bodicd conclusion or (IShlinr; tlie fires water polo match'rin .which which.are still.unconlrollerl. Two. fires won a hard and closely lougbt gaicb' Mrs.PonziStifcks To Her Husband; I il f> fill the vacancy caused tiy' the re' fa Hiflw r pnniipssaauca H- j' lllfff 1 VlllUtVOO minister erf education tor .Ontario, i Home and Automobiles of Get- Hich-Qnick Operator Arc' Taken By Receivers TORONTO, Aug, Is expect- ed'thai the writ for the provincial bye-election In Norlhcasl -esly- mcr will 'sh.irtiy. A three-cornered fijftr. is cxpciiteil. Already, a solditM- Ubgr cjndlliate, James Hlgglns, Is In tlie fioW. anil probably there will lie Llberdl candidate. 50 cents. Sees 15 Cent Sugar Soon TORONTO, Aug. cent1 ens at that port, fcugar In the near futuro In Toronto Is, Polish Successes the protection ot United Slates cltlz- the cxpcclallou ot those best qn.illflcil lo Judge tho situation locally. Prom- inent, men In the ttndo believe that will bo a drop In prices Boon. G. AND W: GOES OFF THE MAP TORONTO, Aug. ham and Worts, the Toronto dis- tillers, have, mado their last whis- key. E. D. Gooderham, manager of the firm stated this morning that when the present slock Is exhausted the firm will go out of business as distillers. He would not say what disposal will be made of tho distillery. Aug. artil- lery lina decimated Ihe principal col- umn of tlie forces OH the north- eastern front, catching llio Uolsliovlk ;il BhorL range, nrcordlns toVn ofRclnl Hlaleninnl lasneil here. More Ihfm 100 men. two general surf oDl- ccrH anil 11 linB offlcora, have been ruptured. Aniong the killed wns the Irninmnmlor of the 57tli llolshcvlk dl- vision and his start chief. I Oehichnmnls oir Iho Polish third I legion division which are lighting east I of the ling river near Breflt-Utovsk have become engaged In an energetic defensive action in anticipation of a govicl attack agalnftl Hint c.lly. Repeated IMshcvlk attacks In the region of Lemborg hnvc repulBCd but ngliling coutiniies in Iho vlclnliy ot as well na along the Uobrikti and Ssvlrz rivers. The sllua- lion on the northern front Is without change, the statement RAYMOND WHEAT GOES 30 BUSHELS (Special to The Herald) HAYMOND, Aug, 27.-A field of Tfheat owned by (Albert Crcen threshed yesterday, BV- crngcd 30 to tho ucrc. Tho wheat wns sold lo Iho Kill- son Milling company.. and weighed Gl pounds to tho Imsh- el, K. E. Peterson's outfit did the work. -.A t, N. Y. FUNDS NEW ex- change irregular. Demand cnblcs Canadian dollars 11 per cenl. discount. NORMAN ROSS WINS Aug. homo and automobiles of diaries PonzV which be bought when his snhemo ol making millions In International coupons wns. at Its.height, were formally taken oyer receivers In bankruptcy yester- day. Ponzl'a and mother were al- Icnved by the receivers lo remain In tho Lexington innnslun and It ilerstooil thai they will not bp Lurbcd until Ilic receivers are ready to sell Iho eal.ilcj' at auction. Mrs, who lias remained loyal lo her liUEb.ind throughout, declared .with a tmich of billrrncsn that "friends" who courted her favor at tho height of hep husband's brief financial careor had ilcscrlcd her entirely. "I am praclicnlly she added, "but am strong and am nble to work lo care for myself and mother." Sho 1ms ordered lhat lior own per- Honal niito be sold, saying that It prob- ably would add lo "Chnrllr.'s" nssels. Immediately weal of burn- ing fiercrsly. nnd bavc deilroycd. crops. All residents have descrlejj-'tlie tilljige lo fight "the .names. T -r Inwood Threatened Fires are reported within four mllea of the'vilUge Inwood and threaten tha town. Northeast of. Inwood, the farm of Albert Nelson completely destroyed on Friday. In Ilic village of Guntpn Ihe. school house and farm buildings 'of Georgo Cunningham were wiped by ftres which Ihrcnlencil Ilic lowri Friday but are now reuorlcd undor conlrol.. Dam- age'to personal properly and crops In Ibis district cannot be eclimntei) at present. Fires which have raged around Jlat- loclc neach are now reported to boun- der- cor.trol, whllr, the village of Not- ley is reported surrounded by Urea but In no.. Inimcdlate danger. Largo Ees to crops occurred here, cross Lake Winnipeg on the. east- ern shore, alarm is felt concerning tires at lieconia nnd Balsam Bay. Numerous other fires, are reported in eastern Manitoba, In the LRC Du Uonnet dislrlct nnd In the Grcaler Winnipeg' water district property, o of these have occasioned serious loss lo crops as yet. Makes .Veiled Reference (o Irish Fighl For in Savinrock Speech NEW Conn., Aug. speech delivered today at Savlnrock, Neither of Ihe old line parllea yet] ono ot a number made in the course of named Ci.ndlilatc. III SHE un-J LONDON. Aug. threatened dis- strike of coal mincTS engrossed the atentton of the newspapers and public today. Tlift hhllotinft In Solilh Wales on the question of whether thn wen shall strike has virtually been clmlerl. The result of Llie baliollng 33 announced early loday is as follows'. In favor of striking, H3.171; agalnsl, This (jives considerably inore thn n a Uvu'tlilrds majority In thn SoullI Wnlen dislrlct in favor ot Iho men'cea slnp work. NEW HEAD OF-' B C, SHIP COMPANY ANTWEHP, Aug. Ih8 400-metre free. Rtylo Oly VANCOUVER. Aug. Wolsford, of Liverpool. England, son of J. II. prominent-shlpown. cr rf Clreat Drllnln, haa been appointed resident managing director of Ihc Tin. .Ion Slenmshlp company of Hrilleh i Columbia wltli licadiiiiarlcr.i In this succeeds Ihe ml In an nlr- Tina! of city. Mr. Wclifard, w Olympic I lain E. Hcasloy, .Ic swlihinlng rnco wan won lodiiy by: piano ntcl'.lcnl will !ako up his Ncrman Itriss. (it.lhc Illinois A. C. I rrsldoniid licro HAWKER AND RAYNHAM OUT ['OK UBNNETT CUP day of campaigning, at the outset of his N'ew Knglani] tour, Gov- ernor. Cor. Democratic" candidate for tho presidency, mado what his hear ers jejardeil as a reference to thn Irish' question. "The Leaguo of Nst- ho declardu, "does not abridge (he right of any racial entity lo deter- mine Us own destiny. The leaglio vrns never Intended Lo be, and. under Us administration It never will be. an agency that wilt rCRlrain or dlscour; ago (he same kind of emotions of ftny like thoso Mia: stir red Ihc colonists In this country to achieve their Independence in The Gtalomcril wAs cheered at length by Ihe audience, many of Iheni ot Irish descent. 'rom the Delgian team, Tesniled In'the- iritjsh representatives calling l-jjiecl-, In the -his evening. At trie- meeting a pfolesl: inade oi-cr" wbat was lerrned- a national insull, and it b'vmghl a prom- sc ot Ihc publication In Tomorrow's irogmra and in the Antwerp.uewspap- ers of an apology for tho action ot the spectators. The apology-will be made behalf ot Ihe Belgian Olympic committee. The incident occurred al the con- clusion of what -was virtually the gala day of the Olympic swimming competi- tions. The Belgian Princess Mario Jose occupied the royal bos. Thn. Uril- Ish Black Watch military and pipe bands played at Intervals during the prognm.. .Main Interest centered in the polo championship malch. Tbe British and Belgian teams had been picked by the public a3 tbe best teams entered and as a result, the grand- stnnds were crowded. There was considerable feeling dls-. played during the match, bul the real demonstration occurred when the Un- ion Jack was being run up announc- ing a British victory and the band was playing "God Save tho King." ITALY NAMES OK NATIONS' LONDON, Aug! a meeting ot the Italian ciblnct yealerday, dclc- galcs w6rc named.lo repreaenl Italy on the council of the I-eague of Nat- ions, says a Cenlral News dispatch from Home. President Tlltonl, ot the sennle, 1'repldenl Di Nicola, o( the chamber ol nejnilles, and Minister ol LONDON, Aug. Britain's War flonwnl were seleclcd In cor.atl- conleslanls In the race for thft this delegation. -TlnTinnl, avlrillnri run don Bennclt. avlcilloa cup, which will be- held -al Etampca, France, Seplcm- ber selected yesterday by Iho racing committee of the Royal Aero tiuli. Harry Q. Hawker and F. P. Raylinm, who altnmrilcd tlio trans- Atlantic fllRlit In 1919, will compete. Hawker, will use n Jupiter machine, whlln nayiihatu will havo n Miirllhaydo scml-Qimfer. It. Tall- L'OK.'tho Ihlrd entrant will fly a Midi- tort Uoshawk idanc. LONO DIRIGIBLE FLIGHT LONDON, Aiig, British dirigible airship 11-32 flew over Lon- don yesterday In the commencement o! a 21-hour Instructional flight. The airship carried Ihe United Stale.! ercvr whlch Is Iralnlug.'ln Kngland lo lake over the dirigible II-3S which haa beon purchased by nml which I PcOIprd. the .United Slates n.ivy under conalrucllon at WHEAT PRICE WILL NOT GO ABOVE PRINCE ALBERT, Aufl. That the eventual price of West- ern Canada wheat will not be higher than a bushel Is the oplnlon'of Wm. Moffat, general manager of the Imperial Bank of with Vice-President Dr. Merrill of St. Catharines, and Col. J. F. Mkhl'e, one of the di- rectors, Is here on an official visit. Mr. Mnfrat considers bushels as tho correct estimate cf the western wheat crop. Mr. Moffat says that money Is very light. The Inrgeit operators on ths continent have to pay 8 per cent, for money. Thrift and greater production Is Mr. Motfat's advice. Sound legitimate business will be financed adequately by the bu; there no cash for other enterprise. Will Encourage Women Grad- uates (o Study in a British University COOL THEFT OF WORTH LIQUOR Miss., Aug. armed men robbed, the home of Sirs. F. P. Oarrlty of worth of whis- key last night. They locked the mem hers o( tho family In n room while Ihe liquor was removed from the house. N. Y. WOMAN SWIMMER ANTWEMF, Aug. Asaoclat ed Bellblfey, women's swimming association of New York, won the final of the SOD-melre freo stylo Olympic swimming race for wom- en here today. TOnONTO, Aug. scholarship lo llie value of Jl.OOO (or the Irlennlal period was voted by Iho Fed-' oration of University Women's Clubs nt tho triennial meeting here yesler-.- day for Iho Durposa of encouraging Canadian women graduates to stiuly In some llrltlsli university. A resolution was passed, recom- mending aflillatwl organizations lo use their Influence with universities wjlh which they arc connected to liavu "bureau of appointments established ivilh the ulllmato aim of founding ti cenlral university bureau of profes- sional people. In the meantime, pro- fcrslonr.l women nrs urged to icat'.'' use of governmenl employment agen- cies already existing. -Officers of the federation ot Uni- versity Women's Cluba were elected as follows: President, Mrs. H. F. Winnipeg; first vice-president, Miss Jlay Skinner. Toronto; .second vice- president, Mrs. Douglas Be- gink; corresponding secretary, Mrs. G. L. Lennox. Winnipeg: treasurer, Mrs. SchoneW, Victoria. BAR SILVER NKW VOflK, Aug. 2S.--Ilnr Hllver domestic 30J4i forcIfn.OTVs. GERMANS DESTROY WAR MATERIAL OF ALLI.ES BERLIN. Aug. seaplanes and war munitions destroyed by work- men of the Plnlsche works nl Furaten- vraldo, on tho Spree river, Thnrsdnj' nlglil, vverc to hnve bden dlstrlbnted Fimong Great Britain, Franco nnrt Japan and the Drilled States. The workmen protcsa to havo learned tliftl they were intended for PoUnd, ;