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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 *fc^tj>*' i ,s*, ! II Aflsemblf of L�affne fizpected to Ratify Action of the Commission % '^JLSON MEDIATION OFFER ACCEPTED AY, DI ,couiicii'a approval of the invitation; at its^isession today a note embodying it was sent to the Washington, government. Accept Wilson Offer GENEVA, Dec. 1.-A let^r to President Wilson, accepting his offer to act as mediator in Armenia was being drafted by the council of the League of Nations here today. Mr. Wilson's note, which was received this morning, was read to members of the council at 10:30 o'clock and was - re'celved with marks of liveliest satisfaction. It was announced this afternoon that Spain and Brazil had offererl to jofn President Wilson in his role of Ar^ menlan mediator. This offer has been embodied in the reply to Mr. Wilson framed by the council. Poles to Defend Danzig GENEVA, Dec. 1.-The military commission has determined that Poland shall share in tho responsibility for the mllitaiy defense of Danzig in any future wars jointly with  nnot'iier power, probably Great Britain. This decjlsion Is eubjoct to tho approval of the count'Il ot the League of Nations. Poland has asked for complete military jurisdiction at Danzig, but the pillitary experts talte the view that l;he defense of Danzig Involves the { use of naval as well as milltai'y forces ' ind that Poland would bft unable to lupply the former contingent. KAISERIN'S CONDITION DOORN, Dec. 1.-Augusta Victoria, former German empress, who has been ji a serious condition from heart attack for several days past was apparently no worse Uiis morning. It was announced that sho had passed a quiet night. 1, 1920 AIM OF BRFTBH NOW IN DUB " 'I'heyniet with' the'first obstacle In their little Journey !� timore American. - -I^raiiB la Bal-i " this is ths Oebember. Christmas, aqi Chrlstmarhw ed >iyltl( the Cheer Fund f^ tl^rough which they can" open thSIr purse strings to db much |bed at a time when It will be moit!apprSttl>te., ..... Proposals for an immediate conference of the Irish labor party, the Catholic hierarchy, the Irish p'^ape conference and the labor commission be held> have been published here, yifheh asked tKeir opinion of this plan, the'eonl-mlsSHoners said If ihS.other bodies named wished thiir ^o-dperatlont they were ready to act, but they insisted that they must await an Invitation to take part in such a conference. They also declared it was necessary for them first to consult their colleagues of the British labor party. . BEHILIN, Dec. l.-r-Hefr Schalr, minister of eponomics, speaking in the ilelchstag Monday Is declared by tlie Vossische Zeltung to have expressed himself in favor of introducing a year of economic service in order to restore Germany's economic and cultural life. The minister in his speech which dealt with Germany's economic situation, spoKe eBpecially on the necessity of promoting exportation. Red Deer U. F. A. Reject Liberal Proposal For Joint Action-Platform is Far-Reaching ,JIED DEER, Alta., Nov. 30.-Consideration of the provincial political platform occupied most of the time of thq delegates to the second annual convention of the Red Deer district U.F.A. political association at Red Deer. A draft platform was submitted by committee appointed by the board of directors. Some \ outstanding planks in this platform are : , Initiative, referendum and recaJJ. That no government shall be considered defeated except on direct vote of want of confidence. Collective ownership of transportation and communication. Uniform road systems under good roads commission. Immediate handing over of all natural resources to province. Provincial bank. Complete abolition of the patronage system and reform of civil service on basis of competitive examinations. Preference to be given to. returned soldiors. Extension of co-operative marketing agencies. J. B. Lucas Wins Grand Championship . at Chicago For Southern Alberta INB.C.IiAY CHICAGO, Dec 1.-(Canadian Press)-J. % Lucas of Cay-ley, Alta., won the sweepstakes grand eluimpionship for oats at the international livestock and grain show here. Robert Ness, Quebec, won first in a,class of 12 yearling ---S --- VANCOtJVEili Dep. 1.4-(Canadia^ Press.)-Bariy momlBtg voting in the British Columhi*, provincial elections being held toda^; indicates the deter-jnination of all classes of the electorate to Vegister their vote, according to reports from various points throughout the province. In ^hls and other fcltles there is,a steady stream of cit-flzens to the polls which opened at eight o'clock. All the banks and financial houses, provincial government offices and /->! J J A -A 11- -It � 'many business places are closed for Clydesd&Ie stallions with Iron; the day. There is no general holiday Ci-ess (22622). TWs foal was 91,500,000 FIRE ' LOSS IN CORK CORIC Dec. 1.-Another unsuccessful attempt was made to bum the Cork city hall last night. The loss by flre in this city since last Friday is estimated at $1,500,000. The lire brigade was fired on when answerihg an ala^m and before responding to a call when the Sinn Fein Club was on flre today, secured the protection of the police. Five Sinn Fein clubs have been destroyed lay flre. ITALIAN CATHOLICS EXPRESS SYMPATHY � AlILAN, Dec. l.^Resblutlons, .expressing sympathy for the Irish m^wAt "in its struggle for the respect of *lhe principle ot self^etermlnatlon" were recruits who were killed, near Kil-michael, county Cork, Ireland, on Sunday evening, will be broiight-to England from Cork probably late 4his week. One recruit Iti the party hat been missing since the. fight and hAi not yet been founi. ^ Buildings houriing SinuFeln organ-iptions in tills city and jts suburbs were raided by Scotland Yard detectives yesterday and it is declared many documents were seized. No ar rests, BO far as known, were made. A new chapter In the history of viol' ence in Ireland was written yesterday morning when two men, suspect-ed-ct being sympathizers with the Sinn Fein, were called from their beds and shot to death. The shootings occur red in the county Louth, and a military unanimously adopted at" a meeting, of;i , . innnlrv has beeun an investl-the Catholic committee of Lombardi*! '�Wry has begun an investi sired by Baronet Ballindallock. J. A. Walt of Elord, OnL, got t^iith prize in a tremendously strong class of two-year-old Shorthorn heifers for Gainsfordj EUte. First for field peas did not go t3 Colorado, as first reported, but to Mr. LUcas of Claresholm, Alberta, who was also the winner of the first place In' oats. but the usual Wednesday half holiday will be observed by the stores. W. F. Maclean Makes Slashing Attack on the Newsprint Barons Before'Riiff Comnusdon To Significant Statement by Prominent Conservative M. L. A. -Hints at Defection on Both Sides Though Protectionist Himself, He Slates Manufacturers of Newsprint for Using Tariff and Resources of Canada to Water Their Stock and Bleed Canadian Publishers for Enormous Prices for Paper. ELECTION BULLETINS TORONTO, Dec. 1.-An unexpected attack on the^ newsprint manufacturers* was made at the siltlrig of the tariff commission hem tills mOrnlug - . , . , ^ , . ! by W. F. MacLean, M.P.. publisher Of Taxation plank includlss direct tax; ti,e Toronto' World, who claimed on unimproved laftd values, steepl.v (.i,ero had l)een an absolute breach of graded Incomo tax; also graduated,faUU between them and the govern-inheritance tax on estates. I ment. He had waited tor bonio*timc Considerable local Interest Is being displayed In the voting on the general electiions today in B.C. tri|(K^aibrt% Wis HmOd has arranged for a bulletin service on the results o,vcr Its leased wire. The polls clooe at 7 o'clock, coast time, which is 8 o'clock, Lethbridge tin'p. Results shftiild begin to come over the wire about nins. The returns will be bulletined, and Inquiries over Telephones 'Nos. 1224 and 1253 will be an-v/ered. Proposals made on behalf ot Ked Deer .Liberal association for joint action were nuanlmously rejected witli-out discussion. "CURE" INEFFECTIVE MONTREAL GHRL IS NOW SINKING FAST MONTRBAU Deo. 1.-Esther James, 22, a consumptive, who was carried into St. Andrew's church last Thurs-day"&v�ning and who subseriuently after the mlnistratlpns of Sister Mc-Pherson; the Ontario missionary, walked out of the church and had her stretcher sent to her home, is now sinking fast and her doctor has abandoned hope. Joseph James, her father, stated that; the "cure" had been effective but two days and on the following Sunday night she became much weaker. to ffivo Ms facts, he said, and he would give them in the Dominion house of conimonK. He uUeged a scandalous condition in connection with newsprint manufacturers, who wore even soliciting trade in Ru.ssla and Finland, tNewis-j ^gm, regulated. "Regulation of price is a corollary ot tho tariff law in' this country," declared Mr. MacLean. He had been treated abominablV, he said. A company whoso customer. he bad been for years and to whom' he had pjtid out over a nillllon dollars' and ov,-r;d not a cent, had told him itj did not want his bu.'-ineRs. His son | had been ill for months as a result ot followiiiK shipment.'; of paper lu autos and of. paynii; oxtra money to unload it in time for pr.bUcation. A Fine Example "The preference was po'.n.ir to out land out free traders." said Mr. Mac- CALGARY, Dee. 1.-�'�! snail neither lead nor be led, but follow my own course," was the emphatic declaration of Dr. G. O. Stanley, M.L^A., according to the Calgary Albertan, whether under any circumstances he would be prepared to accept the leadership of the opposition in the forthcom-ina session of the legislature. "Doe* that�mean that you will join the cross benches." was asked. "My guess is," said Dr. Stanley, "that some of the opposition benches are cross benches already and some of the government benches are shifting likewise. If cross benches imply independence of action, then the ^ are not scarce cross benchers _______X Pick Flowers In Dec, Coal Men Are Glum here yesterday. THE MACROOM MAS&ACRE / CORK, Dec. 1.-DeUils Of the tragic storaof Sunday evening's massacre near TCIlmichael, In which 15 awslllary police recruits wer� shot td death, may never come to li^ht. TJle oinly -available source of ittitormation Is the 'Bole surviving member of the party, who was severely wounded and; Is believed to be dying iu the mlUtaijr Jips-pitai here. ^ ? ' A tfipagre story of the event, gasped ottt by the wounded mank has hoea told officials sitting by his bedrtdd.' He has decIaredHbat the party, of recruits met an armed band marijbitig in the road, the men wearing khaki suits and "tin hats." The recruits mistook them in the fading light for soldiers and thus fell into an ambush. V Statements from other quarters would seem to Indicate that the annihilation of the party of recruits can be accounted for only on the theory that the road was mined or a trench had been dug across.it. So far as is known, there were no casualties on tho side of the assailants. Jt appears that the recruits left the village of Macroom early on Sunday ! to conduct raids and searches in the CDuntrybide stretching toward Dun-man. The entire day was occupied I with this work and it was late in thd evening when the party started on its return journey. One account of the incident states that at. a secluded spot, a deep trench had been cut across the road and into it the leading lorry plunged. The second lorry which was travelling fast ran into the wrecked car, It is said, and the occupants ot both became easy victims ot the men who planned the attack. Police officials at Macroom were ignorant of the tragedy until Monday when a party was sent-to scour the country for the missing men. POLICE GAINING THE UPPER-HANO Police authorities here still claim to be gaining tho upperhand in the tight against extremlscs,. They assert the men responsible foV ambuscades and assassinations feel they are being driven into a corner. They are receiving no protection from the people and move about the countryside in bands ,ot from loo to 300, forcing farmers, it Ib declared, to provide them with food. "Kvery man of them is kuq,wn to us," said an ofiicial today, "so they do not dare lo scatter and return to their homes because they know they would be arrested immediately. It is only a I question of rounding them up, which I may take considerable lime, especiaily i in rough mountainous country like I that surrounding the pceno gf Satur-I day night's ambuscade." Six Americans 'Arrested gation. MACROOM IN STATE OF SIEGE � CORK, Dec. 1.--It was reported thi� afternoon that two men were shot dead last night in the Macrooiy > district and that four persons were arrested. The town of Macroom is In a etate of a siege and no trt^fflcis allowed except tor food distribution.' >iflAID SINN FEIN AT LIVERPOOL ; LIVBRPOOL, Dec. l.-^The pollc*j raided the Sinn Fein h^Kdauartarq in Scotland Ro*d this liibriilng. They,; carefully searched the premises JjiSf ' made uo, arrests. , 4 1 m mi . ^ - Ontario Manufacturers! Fear Free Trade Talk-Pi^sent Aiigruments to Tariff^ Commission TORONTO, Dec. 1.-"In presed our views of the Canadian � custl tariff to this commission, we espe ly point out that the province of' tario manufactures 48 per cent, ot total amount of goods made In Ca ada; that the population of Ontario is about one-third that of the Domln-" ion and that the area of this province is three times as great as that of the United Kingdom and almost twice as great as either France or Germani". When the last fact is considered in connection with a comparison of pop*; latiou, it is evident that the province is still capahle ot a^^eat degree ot industrial and agricultural expansion." This was the opening statement presented today by. John R. Shaw, chaii-man of the Ontario division ot the' Canadian Mannfacturers' association, to the Dominion Tariff Commission which opened- a sitting here today, under the chairmanship ot Sir Henry Drayton, minister of finance. Ontario's Strategic Advantage . Discussing'the question of Ontario's peculiar geographical position in coii-nectlon with the United States and the reasons why the province had attained such remarkable degree of industrial development, practically witli-OUt native resources of coal or dc- "Here are newsprint roanu- , , ,. , ,, , , , ____________, ,....,,....^ tlio protoci'on of treat Canadian pubiisUer.s decently, j Canadian {ariff  and saving: '(io Above all the practice of Ayatermg L.^^v from us: we don't want their stock must lie prohibited or I print manufacturers would have to; ((^"^.(yj.p,.^ f-njoyjiiK tar ST. CATHARINES, Dec. 1.- A resident of this city ' yesterday picked a bu.nch of summer flowers in his carrier! and found a fish worm clinging to the roots of the plant. Tlie ^Isli wcrm indicated a mild wiritci-, hs caid. Imsiiiess. Amp.ricaii ? us; we don I want your We're goiuB," to suppl.v the I.............. liuWisijeri,.' Yet, l)ieH(f > C> > : : : .j .;. .> i manufacturers are niakniK tUelv pro- �5 I duct fr�-.>m i;i'.hi!(' Iniids, from the CIVIC MEETING TONIGHT > ? ? . ...> ? ?  �> �i (Continuod on Pago Five.i by piilice (.illiciuls. When they Avero arrested, it was announced ihey were suspected or bein,:^ agents of tlie SinM Fein. Revolvers were found on their jn^r-sons, but the men assorted thov vito ignorant of the recentl.v enc-ted T'lv:^-arms Act, which forbids t'nv inip'j.-t.a-tioii of those weapon". Tboy v. cro closely questioned, atiii tlie'i-" w. ; ^mu';;; were confiscated bc'.un' t'i'iv i'. s 'p placed on a train c."(;nw, "that the tariff has been the niost effective ot th^ three becau<�' without it tliero would have been neil- have been current since their arr^v: I:'^'':.*!!!^^?^""""!^^^^'/?^^^^^^ but the police gardiug them. aave uuun current buice luuii aiioo^b.- -.....- ------  , ,___i,,_-w,i but the police are very reticent of Rr�at a measure of development - � 'of electric energy for water power, J Victims' Bodies to England It was annbunce.d last night that ^ ine bodies of tho lo auxiliary poliet-' and moreover, a great part .of the hv ' (Continued on Page F|v�fJt ;