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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION EIGHTEEN PAGES VOLUME XIU. FIRST SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1920 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 30C "HOOCH, Over at Great Convention in Select Leader Today TORONTO, tDec. erol. Ross.'of Kingston; Hon. Q..B. Henry cf Toronto, and Hon G Howard: Ferguson of. Kemptville, .Orit.. theser.are the three names hcfore.-the' provin- cial LiboralrConservative eonven- ttoji' here this afternoon (or the election of a leader Twenty others were nominated this morn Irg hut TORONTO. "Dec: Iho first com fallen In Ont-vrlo In sixteen''-years, which opened here AVfdnesday afternoon with about Jlwusand ftie hundred tered and a fciv hui drefl moro expect ed (ho old timers of Ibo stal varta were- glvcM plainly to under Bland that Ibe business of the ton lio run fronrtho bodv. of the -hall, mot from the plat- abort, thit It gblug be a meeting of. {ha and file not the Icadors of lie party only An Inil matlon-to-.thls. effect- was given .early Sri. the'" proceed laga vrfcon tho nominat- ing of committees was begun promi naif'Conservative on the platform to read a Hat of immen but IT ,lhe delegate! on the floor- The -selection of 8 leader of: parti for [he province will ba made to- dav f explain J J Thompson, MP for Northeast Toronto, had beea. temporarily chairman al tho opening of the convention was elected iienl chairman Sir J Wllllson a Address TORONTO.' Dec. back .to 11 e s hlbtorj lo the time of Sir John A. MacDonald, Sir John ,W1I1I eon speaking at the Onlario Coneer vatire convention here last nlglit re ferrert to the national policy as hav ing done Infinitely more lo, mate Can nation tlin'ri the constltu-1 Awo BESJSWS we tcacw ADWAKIMBS THE HONE LITE WU.MSOMUCH Killarne} Badly Smashed Up Sinn Fein Newspaper I int-n Usilcd IClllarEcy; belaud this mom Uils morning G courteous 10 minute expmmatloincf tho compos log rooui iiid ot handled 1 v the ediioro of the visit was not ciplalneijir the officers Police BELFAST, Inspec- tor Mulsell of the Rofal Irlsli Con at haa resigned He a the trial of the late Terence MacSymey lord mayor of Cork, since wfilch time: he has Tjy celved' a consent' stream threat qnlng letters and baa been rlrtutlh confined to bin hwiw, TrSrere he was guarded by police--' t Tried lo Trains 8 Uuee bouldersT yestoriUy un {he track '4l He V LunJonderry nrarrili of the tfleg_rapb wmS Were 1 cotj-ln iany places alonff the line trouble Is attrtbtltld to Sinn; Feine're seeking to preveni the resumption ot tas railway applica- for {iusponde'l train crews, who "are said to bavo offered traths carrying sold- iers 4 i in Glasgow GLASGOW, Dec. police ar- rested, six persons ot.lrlilt. nationality hero today, three-of women, on charges of treasonable conspiracy. ,it is' stated that gnu powder, guni'cdtlon, hand grenades, revolvers and cartridges as: well as" Sinn ;Fein literature'were found fn their houses. Trouble at Fermay. FfRjHOY, County Gorki Dec. A djapery' store In one of the main s'treets of this cily was burned to tho ground 'todV) and Iwo other bliops nearby almost destroyed, by fire, al- legeililo set-Dyuulfornied men. The proprietor of the drapery store Party Defeated VANCOUVER, Dec. Olivei government has been letuined to office but with a gicatly ieduced majoi ity in the Bntish Columbia elections held Returns icceived up to an early hour this' moimng assiue the election of 24 Liberals out of a house, of 47 membcis The Conservatives are conceded 15 seate. while the balance of the seats aie distributed among-Inde- pendent Libeialb, Independents, and Labor, There are two doubtful seats, which the Liberals claim th6y will win. It is legaided as ceitain that the government will have a safe woiking majority FaOfo Marines POUT AU PRIXCB. Haiti, Dec. A total of Haitians met death Labor ManWins In Fernie Race Uphill Polls Vote in Min- ing Camps and Hag Safe Majority (Special lo'-The Herald) HON Leader of parly _._ B. C-v'Vho-fatletf-to win Wednesday's election but-made, some gains. RC. Results By Constituencies J. Burda, IK dependent; returns. M.'Yorstoii (Lib.) E. D. Harrow (Lib Buckham (Mb.) Mcnzles (People's P. Duncan, was thrown'in tho Rlver'UlackWater from which he barely ejcVped with bis j (Independent) life. He Is Two! J. H. King men are reported lo be missing. t (Lib.) j John. Oliver (Lib.) J. A, Cathervvood, H. Pooley (Con.) (Labor) elected, H. G. Perry Henlnger Later Reports Show He Defeat- ed Labor Men Did Well .VANCOUVKH, Dec. Major R. J. OUKENWOOP-Hon. .1. D. (Lib.) ,THB 11. Jackson (Lib.) K. W. Anderson Keen (Lib.) Macdonatd (Con.) Wra: Sloan (Lib.) Burde, Independent, lias been elected elected. in'Albeml, With six sm.ill west coast i W-. p.vRosc (Con.) elect polls to. hear from which 'will noticd by 43G .majority. change the result, lio has a majority oM20 over Brigadier General Money, .Conservative, Tho three labor candidates In Van- NEW (Lib.) elecled. 300 majority. _ K. C. in Four Provinces Witt Decrease Earnings Of The Express Companies, Board Hears OTTAWA Dec. 2. (Canadian {losses experienced by Uic company in figures as to tho ills operations up to July 31 and a cal- couver cicy wero vroll supported: Mai-donald, (Lib.) slanding fourteenth, fifteenth and NORTH h. Haucs elnco.tbo bt-glnning of the intensive sixteenth on. lhe list. J. 8. Woods-: campaign agalnsMhc bandits of received 7.G3G votes and hla I Capt. George Murray Island approximately two years ago, I colleagues. W. K. Trotter and Thomas i It is shown by Iho naval court Sfchardson. ware, respectively, 231 I'KlKvfc deficit" of tho Dominion T.r. pr6ss company on Ihliyoar's opera' were suhmlUcd to tho railway tbard at tho continuance ot tho ex- press rales case- this morning by II. McDonnell, general manager, of the May Defeat Bowser The Liberals ..are. claiming Fort George where .Major H. Q. Perry-' i? leading bis oppouehts. -.Final .returns arc yet to be received from AtlLi Liberals are alsol; expecting to .wrest th'o from lion "VW J: Bowser, 'Conservative' leader'on the absentee vote. .He" Doughcrty, Liberal, by a faw- liuiidre'd, Oliver Wins Two Premier Oliver himself. .led the van of victory by carrying, both Delta lid ing, his homo constituency and in torfa, where hennas returned at the'. of 'he hsl tne ministers c-irfied their- slituenclfs although Hon Dr. m ntsler'of public nocks experienced tert m CranBrook yfhero l.CoaMriued FERMF B C, Dec elec tio i passe 1 oft here today the ..lightest-indications of jwdyls.m The a closevcontert u _ lad os were m ?vIdeTice all day and Cavan Conservative, is only a fcv, jab} cartes otjlmost votes "fcehind the minister hour of the- lu Frdnl of lhe" polling -botbs. The results so far as reported are TS follows Crofts 6, TjphlH, Cial 30; HerXhmer, 25. Hercbmer, 2SO. West Ilerchnicr, 2C. Hereh mer, 2S, Uphill, Msher, 33, Heichmer 21 V Callow Fishor, 11, SD; Hcrchmei 3 39; Herchmer, S2. New i; Herchmer, 47 .'_'.! Ilerchmer 1. Harmer's 6; Herchnier, Out of these emerges to" his bpbill, Uphill 25; Uphill, Uvlplll, 2; with 55D vptes; Uphill credit 7SS, and WHEAT JUMPS up turns in the wheat market today attracted unusual notice. At dhe: lime, prices showed, an extreme gain of 10.7-3 to 11 cents a bushel as compared with yesterday's March dHTvprv 1166 1-2. Subsequently heavy as- cribed, to a prominent York short, led lo a further remarkable advance, March delivery reaching IE G 1-2. Bulls made "much too.ofja "buy a barrel of- movement on Ihe-part of .the Farmers' Grain Deal- ers' association' settled G to Fisher a close aOn'votes.. There Is no doubt :of'Uphill's election i the rernalning pollsI'to hear from r will lefld. With Fort lltvor and Haynea yet to hoar Herchmer may overtake Fisner-lhough.hia sup- porlers Ibink that Cdrbiii anil olher points may keep hlm-in sec- ond place. punning' December Tho closfi was 9 l-2c higher 34- to 165 14 to 169 12, aud MarcU Allies Agree On Armed Men Hold Up.Merchants Bank to Get Big Money Ont., Dec. >vith two unknown TikfSv (n lie-Dknaichcd to men Balked Into lhe Soulfi LiKCiy 10 ue tiispaicnen branch of tba Merchanls Bank Greece Setting Forth ypslerday aflernoon, held up E. M. fnniit-iinini-tni Dagg. manager, and J. Blackie, ossist- ant from tho cashier's till and made .off VARIS. uoc. between) in an nulomobile. A futile attSmpl Great France and luly re-, j was .'made to open tho cash box .In gardtng the policy to" bo pursued in the .safe which contained. In qulry after Ihrixj weeks' probe just concluded into.tho actions of tnllod Slafesi marines In Haiti. Tlits total includes lhe 10 natives alleged to havo been killed by ex-Corop'ral Free- man Lang and Rergt.'Williams'. charged and 353 votes behind him.-. Standing of Parties VJCTOKU, Dec. Latest returns from jMberni indicate' Major li. J. Burde, running as an independent, re-elected over I.trig.-Oen. Money, tbc> Conservallvo candidate. Outside, lhe 10 deaths against Lang and Williams all Iho dead accounted for during .Iho Conservatives U, felt In tho 298 actual tiallre's lhat oc- indopondenl Liberals This -makes the standing of tho culalfon for'Ibo last uli months of the year. To Ihose figures wero added a sum In excess of. 'covering the currcd, including lhe attack on Tort An Trinco In January, according lo the leslimonf. make to Ibo railway's because of lhe 40 per" com, Increase in" frelsht rales. ,0 covtrng e n nr> irrrt tho comiiany must BABE SUFFOCATED Hurt Mr. McDonnell stated that there Dominion Kzpress company. At tho Saskatoon hearing ths company plac-L i cd tho loss It was .facing at would be a considerable falling off In Thcso figures were sllghlly revenue of express.cornpani.cj on loaav Then Mr. McDonnell suhmllled: account of, Iheim ca'lctilallon showing 4 probablo selves dry as :ihG: liquor movement BY A 1'ET KITTEN I JliUUd IIIU IJ13- j ficlt. of cur.taljcd. Tho "flHiiren were baaed upon acluall (Continued on CHATHAM, N. B., Dec. A, Kocthcr, seven monlhs olej, suffocated when n. pet'kitten He estlma.ed J Climbed into his crib and went 1 to sleep {S3 baby s chest. bor or Socialist tnllo nBVlCLSTOKK Dr. t'corson (Con.) Ksling (Con.) 1'aiilltic (Lib.) SIMILKAMEBfl-r-W, A. McKonztc (Con.) Hunter (Con.) SOTITJl OKA.VAGAN-.I. (Con.) SOUTH JI. Ire- (Con.) -100 maj. VANCOUVKK 1 Mrs. Ralph'Smith (Lib.) 2 Cant. Inn .Mackenzie iLib.i S Iloii. J. W; Karrla (Ub.) M. A. Macdonalcl ( fi J. Hamaey 0 Hnn. J. Jlov.'ner (Con.) leading. VtCTdpIA 1 Hon. Oliver 2 C'ation'Hlnchcllffe (Con.) 3 Hon. ,tohn Hart (Lib.) 4 Clearlfinc YALri-Jphn Mcnac (Con.) Oreeco. should former King Conslou-i cash and sccnrlUes.' T. D. ,.Killm lnu cer-j Tlie police were notified or Iho {lain, according tn dlspatclKifi from j bery wlthlb a minute af ler, lhe "hold- lii this. men.had escaped, and spread a net Vlio 1'ctit I'jirisli'ii dcclnrcs Premier for their capture but as yet have Lloyd and .-tho BrIUsli- war j been unsuccessful in Ihelr 'search, lie.- SBCIII lo b'avd gfibupted' "ibb! lief .Is expressed Ibat lhe men are still In lhe ells-. QONDITION of Ibo sllualinu. but Ib'al. llnj Orilir-h admiralty and foreign offlce have npl nj yel .been convinced, lhat Ihis'iTOliry would bS'the to Ipiirsue. Efforts arc being made, 'somn Iho to afljUbt the viewrf of the-differcnt mem- bora ot the British mjnislr.v.' Dlr.- palches stale thai lhe present confer- ence In Ixmdon .will end a jo_rnt dec- Inriilitin (m the probable conncfiucucCi of .lhe relurn.'of Constnntine, j The foreign affairs coDimillee of lhe French Sf-natc the near east- ern problem during a meeting yester- day and decided (p nsk Loy- RIIPS and Cralral Oourafdj French high, Jones, colored, at this morning commissioner In Syria to outline thelri paid lhe cxlrpmo penally for the mur- views, rommlllee. it Is sUded, der of Mrs. Elizabeth Cllcs tiero over seems unanimous In ho'plng''tliiit tho I a" year ago... Hangman Eillj wa> M. Turkish treaty-may be. revised. jchRrsc. DOORN, Dec. was little change this morning In.the Condition of former Empress Augusts-Victoria of who for s'everal days has'been criti- cally ill. GEORGE JONES HANGS DRANTKORD, Dec. While at- tending ministers rcclhjil the IxjM'i Prayer and lust as Iho words "forgive: us our trespasses" came, OeorgNs. ;