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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI1L LETHBBIDOE. ALBERTA. MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1920 NUMBER 22t rn nrr lit! Vrmics Being Regrouped Fol- lowing Recent Bolshies Make Sonic Advances MAY TRANSFER PEACE NEGOTIATION'S TO RIGA M'SWEENBX RECOVER LONDON; Aug. hunjer strike of Terence MacSweeney, lord mayor of Cork, progressed so far that he Is In sgch a condi- tion that even If he It I'would do him no. good, according io a statement by the Brixton 1 prison doctor to MacSweeney's wife who visited her husband this morning. Mayor MacSweeney is said to be even more gravely ill than last reports" and a change for the worse may'come at any time in the next 24 hours. _ Mrs. remained with her husband for three hdurs. Sh( satd he was conscious and recog nlied her, but was unable to speak tun i nnnnr WILL rKUDL Senate Investigation Started in Chicago Be i Exhaustive SAY REPUBLICANS RAISE PARIS, Aug. opera- tions In PiSand Beom, fpr the moment at least, to be limitid to local actions and Polish commanders ore utilizing the period of inactivity along the front to regrouping their forces which were separated during the recent rapid ad- vunee. Advices from Warsaw state t. wireless mcssaro from the Bolshevik Commander-in-chief to Moscow was in- tercepted arid toaf In ll..he'protests against the sending ot.uunrmeil reiu- Jo'rcementB to the Polish front. Talk Peace at Riga WAH3AW, Aug. Russian soviet government has" accented Polish proposal for transfer of the KUsso-Poliah peaca negotiations from Minsk to Riga, I-elvia, it was announc- ed in a Moscow message to the Polish" government received early 'joday.-'.- Bolthles Fight Back 'COPENHAGEN, Aug. forces have recaptured Orod- no; Koenlgsburg dispatch to the Berllngsiotlndc. The report adds that tha Poles'also have been forced to Keds Reinforced forces flirt, a; mile and ea'ys For Irrigation Not a Single Refusal For Nw Irrigation To.Get Water Soon Qiur Own Cdrrespondeut) MACLEOD, Aug. lhe past week A. R. McFadden, a member of tie irrigation executive, and W. Griffiths, president the Waterton U- F A., visited the owners of lhe land In tie Macleod South Irrigation District and completed- the list ot uignaturea. 'These sent to the department; thlsjinaking the last louctt'iri the'last'round for the Mac- leod South Irrigation scheme. Noi one BO the farmers In this district are ot one mind to Imvo irri- gation, aud as'quickly, as possible. They all lor'tho coming, wlntir.-yind as the CHICAGO. Aug. invest gallon ofRepubllcaii arid pemocral 1 presidential campaign expenditure I started here today. Tho corhmiUce appointed prior to the co ventlons. reopened Its inquiry; by- del ing into the national campaign chost Spurred on by the charges of Go eruor Jaincs Con that the Republics party is raising a paign fund and the statement Franklin D. P.nosevelt that the amnii Is nearer the committ Is prepared for an exhaustive Inve's gallon. For this, purpose subpoenas we Issued for Will Hays, chairman t Republican nallqnal commute George White, chairman of the Demo- cratic national Fre'd Up- im and Wilbur' Marsh, treasurers the two committees; treasurers of IB senatorial and congressional com- illtees of each party; and Governor ox himself has been invited to at- end or send a representative. The overnor so far has not answered hut as indicated that he will send inform- licn to support hia charges. "Close-iip" of Sir Thomas Lipton Brost-lillovsK, Bays a aisiuiuii -to the-Dally Herald from Slirfsk, dated P'.. Saturday.' We ruessage-declares the reds' are- gathering- strength for a new offensive. Poles Stay In Poland Pole? ap- Hiu-enllyare planning no advance be- yond lhe ethnographical frontier. The Trent rests nt present roughly along Ihe line laid down by the allies. There re Indications that the Polish eastern line (Sifceing stabilized temporarily tho general stall has directed that there be no. advance Into' districts where the Poles might not be wel- comed by the population. Boishies Interned WARSAW, Aug. German government lias adv'iaeil the Polish Eovernment that .there are now sev- enty Ihousand fugitives of the Kits- slan army Interned in German terri- tory. Tho German authorities con- sider It dangerous lo leave such a hol- hed ot Bolshevik propaganda In tho neighborhood o[ the frontier and re'- quest permission of the Polish govern- ment to take them across the Polish corridor In order to convey them to tho centre of Germany. Heavy Fighting LONDON, Aug. soviet forces engaged In a ngalnst tho Poles cast of Brest-LitovKk have occupied four.villages In that dis- trict. Near Lemberg Ihero Is heavy fightiug going on, and in the VIoJavA and regions there Is local fighting. comng, .water is on 'the-la'nd be.-sure Pelt Pastpr With Over-Ripe Fruit Washington's Crossing Fair Ones Resent His -Lectures On Scanty Dress TRENTON, N. J., Aug. Frederick1 Kopfman, pastor of the MethodlSt Chnrch at Titusville, N. .T., who has been endeavoring to "drive the devil from the hearts of the immodest batnera at Wash- ington's was greeted yesterday .with a shower ovcr- ripa tomatoes, when he appear- ed at the resort to.lecluro them on the Immodesty of their attire. The pastor's automobile was wrecked and he was punched anil mauled and an attempt was made to duck him In the Delaware'riv- er. Ho finally escaped when a constable held the mob back with a drawn revolver. illCCM. LLIl OH Girl in Green Blouse. Leads Rebel Death Toll Over Week Law Will Be Intro- duced in Belfast Tuesday, Clearing StreeU at 10.30 Cars Used to Check Rioters would s'nort In it." McKenzie King Once More Farmers and Labor To Join Him Against Tories Ont -Ami 29-fBy the Hon. G. P. Graham, who refused uiii., v CTnt-ammPnt tlR- BELFAST, Aug. rioting vyas said by the police to be the worst Belfast has yet seen., Up to one o'clock this was definitely known that four deaths had occurred as aVesult of the.disorders. These included Grace Orr, who was when ;troops opened fire to clear a street in the Unionist quarter. Numerous persons with bullet wounds were admitted to the Royal Victoria and Mater hospitals. In the. fighting between Sinn Peinevs and Unionist shipyard -workers many shops were wrecked in York and North streets. There were numerous baton charges by the police. ..The military held York street with armored cars at midday. A girl in a green blouse headed the Sinn Fein attack in York street, keeping a dozen yards-ahead of her'nearest male companion. Before two o'clock the death toll was increased by the shooting of .a small boy by a sniper. A will be introduced in1 Belfast tomorrow from 10.30 p.m. to 5 o'clock jn the morning. Eleven Killed'In Belfast BELFAST, -Aug.' Resumption of Manufacture of Pre-War Flour Will Start Wednesday Aug. Winnipeg millers espected today to resume man- ufacture ot the pre-war -grades of wheat Hour Wednesday following re- linquishtueut of control of grain', mar- kets by the Dominion hoard. No more 95 per cent, flour will lie milled, they said. 'A drop one dollar a barrel on the higher grades and'11.50 on the government standard' grades is ex- pected to result immediately, It was believed probable today that many of the mills in this district would resume- full operations by the latter part of tho week. Canadian Addressing an open air meeting under the auspices of the Leeds and Brockville Liberal Associa- tion Saturday afternoon, Hon. W. L. MacKenile King, leader, of the Liberal opposition in the federal house, made ii strongSbld for the rallylng.'of farm- ers and labor to the roiikj of the-Lib- eral party.- on the plea that It would be better for democratic 'forces of to go Into the Union government be- cause Liberal and felt he owed loyalty lo his old chief, then the dead is tho toll fighting in Belfast..Mil addition to the six men killed during the height ot the battle, .two ol the wounded dieil today. .A fealurelof Hie rioting the extent of the ertv by Incendiarism.Thei.flre'briBii'lB had an especially-hard time dufing-tho night in fighting the-flames, Welt; work was rendered hideous by" t'je constant rattle of machine guns. Tho Sinn Feiners were in strong appeared to bo well supplied with arms and ammunition. death would make an Irish solution more remote. We have to the home secietary. We ap- peal lo you to do thing." old-time Liberals are one more than Belfast Again a Shambles ever in-tho past." There were also new-time Liberals, the speaker, added, who were seeing the banner of Liberalism that appeal to nobler aspirations and these were hundreds and thousands to BELFAST, Aug. Rioting and destruction of property was renewed In the city this morning.. the Unionist quarter being tho scene of serious dis- orders. Troops rushed lo the centre tlonary Toryism, in Ifiylng down (policy of party, the Liberal Important Changes in Railway Officials Announced W1NN1PI-XI Aug. an-1 The Jurisdiction of ticorge Stevens, "jiouncomentB In connection with the j freight traffic' managerof_ Caiia- Nation-1 Xaliuiial ul 1.1.0 Many Cases of Liquor Taken Out and More One Man Held (From Our Own Correspondent) FBKNIK, AUK. Inuri wh co-ordinating of the Canadian N r.l and Grand Trunk Pacific railways were made today, following tho visit hero of C. A, Hayes, vice-president, who left. Sunday night for the east. The announcements mako some big change's affecting the control of the co-ordinated lines In .Western Can- Juia. Jos. !l. Cameron, who was assistant extended (o include the Trunk 1'nclflc railway aiiil the Orand Trunk Taciflc company, The jurisdiction of II. II. Mcland, Toronto, passenger "traffic manager. has been extended to include the liraml Trunk Pacillc railway and tho Grand Trunk Pacific Coast, Steam ship com parly, he declared, first form. Mr. King stressed his claim Ibat he Liberal parly alone stands tor the rights 'bo people to govern them- selves. He contended that at tho pres" ent lime there is neither a represen- .alive parliament nor a responsible ministry. Ofhc-r speakers Included Hon. Jac- ques Bureau, who made strong protes- tations against tbo supposed cleav- age between Quebec and oilier prov- inces and sought to correct wbat he held to be misrepresentations of the oldest province. The Hon. 0. P. Graham anfl J. H. ex-member lor Amhcrst, N.S.. also spoke. Tho meeting was attended by l.oOO persons. Speaking for about an hour and (inarler, lion. MacKenzle King open_. with an allusion to traditions In which his name bud been mentioned by the chairman, James McGlode. and said: Old Forces Count Most "Wo may have new parlies spring up here ami there but, after all, the forces (hat arc going to .count In the foremost for the right of the people lo of the disturbance opened fire to clear the street, a young wnmnn bejng j Eravcly wounded and a man injured. hich J developments are ap- and Tremendously Ricli Pioneer B. C. Prospector Tells Hon. John Oliver About- it Old LinehHra Well VlCTOllIA, B. C., Aug. dously rich oil fields In the Platheail country in the Kootenay near the In- Shipyard employees, who. were un peal to farmers aud labor lo. unite ihelr 'democratic and progressive forces. soon began. Soldiers arrived soon covercll ln the Flathead. Mr. after the disorder commenced and as- has brollgllt wUn nira. sumed a firing position across j no declared-that I street, giving the crowd three minutes to clear the thoroughfare. Most of Hie people fled to cover. an early hour this morning other disorders occurred in the neighbor- is ibood of Bwarls row, a Unionist nuar- ten, which was attacked by Sinn'Fein- ers yesterday morning: Shops were Walked' Along G. N. Tracks Out of Town Info Bush, Shot Himself Watt Prom ho declared-that the-oil neld there will turn to one of Ihu richest lu the world. The Fiatheitd has for years heen look- ed upon as one of the potential oil lields of Iho west. The old Llncliam well at Oil City, near Waterlon Lakes, which has produced oil for nearly wrecked and lo clear the streets lhe years in the vicinity of the Flat- koops opened fire from an armored "head. A Calsnry company with Mr. car. Palrick in charge of the work, ban -Falls road, wlilci) iraversea Joseph j cleaned not (he force, Itat have just corne Into being, but the old forces Hint have como with might Ihrough the centuries, replenished, re- nen'ed and revived by, springs of to ThP. ifsratdl FKRNIE, Aug. Mike liarba, ou'slde worker al the Cnal Creek mines, who lives In Kernio Annex willi his wife nnd three children, commu- ted suicide yesterday evening liy shooting himself tbrouRh the bead .3S-caIibre Ivcrs-Jolmsort Jhlef Splllcr and his men held up at Baynes Friday evening is still held at thai place, and the search Is Bllll going on for more whisky. .s Thirly-eigSl cases wore sent back to Fcrnio by yesterday's norllibound train on the O. X. and rumors are rife to the effect that there aro sill! a hundred cases lo lie accounted for. t referring 10 an Four of the five men who were being, (O the war sen-Ice that hndj Great Northern (rack where llm held periling developments have been by French Canadians, mn" released; two of Ihem proved lo bo 0( the houso ot commons or "undesirables" whom Magistrate Whlmster had ordered to leave lown s day or uetore, V.r.l liavlr.s tlis anil power which come with with i tho changing times am! seasons." volver. referring lo Qnelicc, Mr. Kind Jle was Scon walking nlonr; tne -----1__ Great Northern Irack where llin "Y" brnnohes off, a VOUIIK man Jos. H. Cameron, who was assisiani general manager of the C. K. f.., has __Tna Jur rt gtoi, o 0 Sljnders ticcn appointed general man- ngpr with jnrMlction over the Grand Trimk Pactnii line botwcen Kdmonton (nut itii'liidins Kdmonlon) anil Edison, mill all linos west ot Kdson, Including Vancouver Island lines, (lib offloc will Jic at Vancouver. H II Brewer das lifcn ainioltitcd as- fiintant scncral manager with juriEilic- llmi ovor'all Crand Trunk linen hc- twefn WlinilpCR and 'Kdmonlon nnd f'anartiiin Xnttnnnl lines Arl11' anil west nf and Including 1'nri Arthur, Out.. .IIIIKT- Jlis will bo In Win- aluea. and R. Crcclman, assistant freight traffic manager and assistant traffic tnanascr, respectively, have been ex- tended similarly. Osborne Scott, one r.f Winnipeg's beet known has heen ap- pointed general passenger .agent at Vancouver, B.C., and will have super- vision' of the territory of Lucerne. B.C., and west. Including (he Grand Trunk'Pacific Co.ial Steamablii com- iny.- W. K, Omicrow has been appointed general passenger agent .it Winnipeg anil will liuvo suiiervisioa of ;he ter- ritory cast of Lucerne, O.C, misfortune to board (he unlucky whisky train, they returned, like the faMed bad penny, and lhe magistrate will renew bis request that they leave. Two others were found to have no connection with the whisky shipment, and Gilbert Spcncor. a 0. brake- man, Is being held under bond to ap- pear before the court to answer a charge of having liquor in tits pos- session other than for his own use, Some of the cases are said to bear lhe marks of a Fernle ojporling com- pany. Chief Splllcr la expected in town again Ibis evening with more whisky to lock up in the" government vaults. SARAH BERNHARDT VERY ILL LONDON, Aug.'' telosmni from the manager of Sarah Bernhardt, the eminent French actress, says sho 13 too ill to leave 1'aris lo keep a Lon- don engagement was to begin next week. memers o .heir sons, mentioned several by name. explaining as he (ltd so, "because some Of them who rc.lii HIE pirerallon" of I'remler Meigben might think that-the Union government alono had saved the countrv." "In "ny paid Mr. King. "It Is the worst nf laste In any man. espec- ially the ono who calls himself the first cllizrn of this country, to try to mon- opolize the honor of having saved the country In the war. The Liberal party seeks to see that these sacred sacri- fices are not In vain." The Old-Time Liberals named L. Roscar, who was going In the same direction. At a moment when Hoscar was looking In another direction- Iterba wont Into the bushes, Devlin's political division, was sim- mering iVis morning. Great excite- Imcnt also prevailed in other affected irons, and crowds were gathering dur- ing Ibo early forenoon. Muzzling Mannlx ROME. Aug. admonition addressed to Archbishop Mannlx of Melbourne, Australia, while til Ixmdon early In August, wns sent by the con-i Piflorial congregation under whoso j jurisdiction are the Guroiiedn ns well us tho American and Australian cpis- Tito conslslorliil congrega- lion Is a body of EO great Importance that it lias ,lhe pope for prefect or chairman, hut tho actual work Is done bv Cardinal Delai, who' Is secretary. I rack nnd llearins; a shot, south of Cardslon, now being drilled, Is Just 25 miles east of the old Line- ham Aug. baa, reached tho city that "Mr, and Mrs, A. L. Doty were burned to death In bush ...iBliop Mannlx both in Melbourne slid the United States, Is went into tne i.usnes. .WUM.? T' the farm buildings too late aud wero KceiTlt by smoke as they sought to II is believed thai the farm buildings too late and wero Ing In the bushes near the road. Sec Ing blood on his face1 and a revolver near hia hand, be came to town and at once notified Coroner Thomson, who. In company with Chief Lawson of the city police, went to Iho spot and examining the ground care- fully, brought the body to Fnrgeson s undertaking parlors where it is held ine VIWMIIIC undertaxing Referring to the speech recently oe'ipendlng a coroner's llvered by Hon. Hugh Guthrle at Barba wns ahou1 years ot st H rue in r leader of the opposition retorted: all the old-lime Liberals Indicated by Mr. Outhric were of the typo of Lib- eralism lhat would forsake all their principles-for the sake o( office and power, then it Is llfccly they have, dis- ISMsred. IKM were >11'0 M. Y. r'JNDS NHW yOnK, ex change-steady. I) em aud W.WA; cab Ics J3.6GU- Canadian dollars 11 M5 ner CflnL" drKi'dilnt, ions wliicb arose during the war. MacSweoney's End Near LONDON, Aug. Mac- Sweeney, lord mayor ot Cork, Is.not expected to survive the night. His irolhers have received permission lo remain witli him till the end in Brix- on jail. Mayor MacSweeney is coughing a eireat deal, causing anxiety because ot the bad condition of hia Utnga: The members of. organized labor composing labor's council of action, sent a message today to 'Premier Lloyd George, who Is In Luccrno, say- Ing: "The whole orgnnizcd British labor asks you to' reconsider the govern merit's decision to allow the lord mayor of Cork lo die rather than re lease' him. His suffering 13 greater escape. Mr. and Mrs. Doty came to the Glad- stone district from Iowa fourteen years ago. WOMAN KILLED IN AUTO CRASH ease mm. ma 13 fiavan- than lengthy ImDrisonmont. His homo horc toriaj HAMILTON'. Aug. Jamea Morrison, wife of tbe local manager for the Imperial Tobacco company, 13 dead as the result of a collision be- tween a motor car driven by ftcr hus- band, and a.radial car. TORONTO, Aug. Wat- son, a member of (tie slaff ot the Eve- ning Telegram, ot this city, and one of tho outstanding authorities on soc- -er football in Canrtda, died-at ;