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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION SINN FEINE SUuG ACE R. C. BISHOP WORKS TO BRING PEACE TO IRISH PEOPLE ACQUIRES CONTROL OF INSURANCE COMPANY Arthur Arrest Said To Have Interrupted Unoffi- cial Relations Between British Government and Certain Sinn Fein Talk of an Early Residence Raided. LONDON, Deo. question now before the ptibtlc'of the powlblllty ef a truce In Ireland In the of commons today by who owned Mr. Lloyd with to whether any thing hopeful behind preu reoirdlna negotiations with a view to the of tin trouble The premier, however, declined rrorke any aUttment beyond rerterat- Inn the of the oov'rnment to explore every avenue that mlsht lead (o a real and lattlng and alto the willingness of the gov ernmsnt "to'dlicuai with anybody authorized to apeak on behalf of the Irish people, any question which would bring peace to Ireland." Queetlonect With regard to the meetage a! the Rev Michael O'Flannaflan, acting president'of the Sinn Fein, expressing to make peace at ohce, and aiklnj what wae tho flrjt the prerriler proposed, Mr- Lloyd Georgo laid he had Just received the menage and had hot coniidered his VANCOUVER, Dec; a deal involving more than tho Century; Insurance company cf: Edin- burgh. Scotland, has purchased a oWtroUlng Interest In tha Pacific Ccejt Insurance which hsa, offices in this city It U announced that thore will be no or name- and lev. chingon m tho pci-Bonce! of the "management of the Pacific companj 'It Is Btateil that tha Century company haj 1 distributed appro jlma'olj among the- shareholders 9! the locai company la the purchase of Block. Dry Idea Not i Popular In reply At'ked thought Father O'Flannagan JFeiner on the bridge able to speak fpr the Sinn Fein the premier Ii what t wa'nt to find out, and I do not think It will be very arc too many conflicting questions miked on the aubject" If there nariy i proclama tlon is aald to" have been posted throughout the Macroam district by order of Ihe auxiliary consta- bulary which acierta that aa at Jacks have been conmltled hy 'apparently peaceful peraona, who drew revolvers from their pockets, It ordered" that all male Inhabit of or males passing through the district ehall not ap- pear In oublic with their hands In their pockets, otherwlae they will be liable lo be shot at sight. -1 'RAID CITY HALL DUBLIN, Dec. DO lice raided the Dublln'clty hall to ctayu2nd arrested'slx of Dec. efforts touring about an early" peace In Irefand are being made here Conversations have been In progress more than a week and hope night by some of those engaged in the negotiat'ins" that within another week a angible basts of settle- ment might b- r-'cherf The chief Intermediary at work is the Rev; Patrick Joseph Clune, bishop of Perth, Australia, who It Is undeFBiooa, has oeen asrtca uy Premier Lloyd George to mund out the Sinn Fein sentiment, and prepinc possible, the ground on which a foundation for tne peace edifice .carCbe. reared. Father Cluu'o Is'a native.of County Claro'irid went-'to-Australia, 24 years aBo.'.'Ho arrived in Ireland last Au gust anil after visiting fur levcra weeks at Fnnla and other districts [n County "a number of trip to England.-; Ho stated to'tho Assoclat ed Press'.yesterday .that negotiation still were progressing, but that it waa, too soon to-make any posltrVe'prcdlc- tidns" regarding 'their.: success. He great hope that good word forthcoming, and -exprcssedVconfldence in a truce Which could.be arranged before Christ- He is exercising full powers of lo achieve that'end. J i Father Clune planned to have final Interview today with Sir Hamar Green wood, for Ireland, who made a spec.lal week-end trip to this Island In connection with Iho peace movement. The'Australian prelate ex- pects to go lo" London'tonight or to report on the result, of work lo Promlov Lloyd Qebrge Esery facility to carry out his mission hai been 'given him byjjtho. government, he said, and he waa fo free from ige thlt he lui talked not only with Arthur" Griffith and other Re publican and but with men In tho actlvo elements of the'Sinn'Foln ViOVVment on whom the government is'trying-ita'utmost to lay. I Is bands: "It la .too early as yql !o make ptfb- llc iwhat- thus far baa been accom- he said, when asked the na- ture settlement he thought It possible lo reach 'Whether my efforts bear, fruit la for London to tennlno for It. IB .there peace meat made and not in.Ireland.' My work _i> been merely to try to arrange the and I will know' per in a .week, whether, it has been uccesifjl j So tar as can be ascertained mem- jars of the British labor commission lilting Ireland are 'dl ectly concern ed in thef peace morement Father Clnne jr engineering Arthur Henderson h'ad a long talk with Cardinal Logae yesterday and IB returning to' England, leaving, olher the commission to con Untie their Investigation's; Interrupted 'LONDON. Dec rela tlons between ministers of the British ministry and Sinn Fefn members >eqn jotfdoir JtimOT'Irl'comnirAiting oh ru LONDON, Dec Canadian Associated published In connection .with the .Edinburgh probibiUoir referendum show that fid per cent of the electorate voted The struggle during tho eloslrfg days of the campaign was very keen, speak ers against prohibition" being.brought from all (juarteis The working class districts gave a substantial majority again t an> change in conditions IQ the areas where oien the brewers ack- nowledge that there is for a reduction of licenses The onlyjlis tncts the "drys; made head way were- In Trtnltj and Merchlston, residential districts, where licenses1 afo already scarce. Lord Robert Cecil Says Course if Makes League Im- _ v'possible AMENDMENT CAJJSED RETIREMENT Their Latest Popular Song, Prohibition defeated In etery one of districts in "Ediijbiirgh voting on Salur- o an amenauJfirt1 to the Covenant of thi League which wou'd ellm Inate ArtfclafX has been postponed by: fhe assembly of the leagua until ,lho next meeting' amendment which was proposed by Hon C J Dohertv, Canactlan minister of justice and one of the from the Dom mlon, bag beeri referred to a commit tee, whicJilfiis. been Instructed to sub- mit a repott. when tne assembly holds its next ConsideraflaC of the report prepar ed by-Hon'-N JW-Rowell of Canada and Rene Vivian! of Prance v on the Between ,the assembly and the council, of the league was planned tor today's session Argentina's antenduiert to the cov And Place a Wheat and Man's Measure Dec. pro vldlng a duty' pri.wheat and flour inv ports and regulating 'grain'; exchanges have been ,by 'KepreHenlatlve Steenerao'n.of who eipect- cd to' Intfod uce botn'measure 8 to day In addition'to his reaolutions autlioriz- ng the federal trade commiss'Ion to uvestlgate the acUvHy_ot foreign gov- ernments :ln ;th6 f.Unltcil States grain markets. Duties of thirty ISents a bushel on wheat, JOS.'per, barrel, on flour and blrty per cent and valorem on sem-) iha and other wheat products, are pri "ided for fa one of JS- S'esaarsson s bills Ono of tho causes ol the slump of nheat prices, he declared today was tho dumping on United States marketa of: tnllllbhs.'of bushels o: eat and noreral million barrels of flour from duty, free. Tho mcasUre designed to regulate grmhi that organ! cations operating them shall ndmit of farmcri, organized on tho prtoclple, on egual foot wttk viVer MemVtra and under Uka TROLLEY JUMPED RAILS AT MONTREAL Plebiscite in Greece-Shows De> man d1 For Return of Constantine KING'S FRIENDS IN CONSTANTINOPLE WERE' BADLY.BEATEN Hardie Is Again Elected Mayor ._______________ enantj of the! league, rejection of_, r which, causeaffiio delegation of that Cwoaton Chooses Mark Spencer for LiUM _ un- i country to leaHji the assembly on Sat nijlaj morning has Jwen referred hack'to for consideration at Its next mf-ejipc t Tho fcjecteiTrjgaakitlon provided that unless tgajn shall be recognlioa'Ss members of the j league Honono pueyriedon, head'of. Has a Re-elects ation at Magrath, Carmangay, Nantoa, arid Macleod J Re-elects Mayor at Clares-! 'ATHENS, Dec. plebjs- 'cite held shown -bverwhelmlng. majority in favor of the retiyn of former King Con stantine Jo. the Greek throne. The voting closed at sundown and result probably will be published There were no serious incidents The Greet princes, row in Athens voted ii tha morning r Agamet CONSTANTINOPLF Dec a, lefcrendum held in thQ Qreek, churches yo terday there was au ovarwholrolng UL-; votes against the plebiscite" 'Ihe res lit of the referendum wai held for the purpose of learninz; the opinion of Greeks btre nb lit> of the" plebiscite was made known to tho Greek and allied com nils _ er-ona hnown to lavor "For'tho fourth Umo In succcasiou. Woman's Appeal for European Orphans Met Generous Response William Hardle i f nLUliftlu ijumic tne, Argentine _ told the Assoe TOWOr of city _ iated Press that delegation would, o( leave for Pans on. or on OTTAWA, Doc. a SUCCCES- ful lonr o! the west on behilt ol tiro_________....._..____________....... European orphans Mrs V J rrei ot the council, but'the Thur day Totlay'fi decision .of -the- 'asserably flnallv EeltlcE the question for Argen Una ho said I was wMling to con sent to- .the postponineht. of all Ar- genlliia's Ihose of all states aiitl- the election of the. four, elective man, has returned to lior homo here 'n nf Filninnlon tjip Jewish conintuirity numbered 12y. fam- ilies, the tolal of money was actually while Calgary with 8Q Jewish families raised Ihe commiihilies liavc irtd en dorsed most emrhatlcally the 'moS'C- ment: for wlilch.she was sponsor 'and [here was ho doubt that .tho phans be transporleil from Europe to Canada' wpiiltl comfortabfo Jewish The women In differ- has .seen .fit to-resort, to a Iflchnlcalitv of nrocednre In a mailer to the life of tt-e league" Ho Intlrr1'tted Ihe of Argen tina from the assembly might be (ol lowed shortly by.a formal' announce- ment of the.-co'unlry's intention lire irom the league Itself r- ,Lo'r'd Hobt. Cecil's Comment tod-ij's session had npene] Paul -'Kyrnans. the 'present' ed Senor letter to tho and said he. ha'd ent Jewish communities were sen.nj to tne head of the Argen Clothes and-il'vWas hoped that. gar. ments would he made .for.at least some' thousands of the unfortunate children-left unprotected to the sever- ity of the Russian winter. Tho relief unit which was lo com- mence this task was to sail shortly for declared and-In the very near future ft was hoped tho first of the orphans will have arrived In Ihls country. BRAKEMAN BEFORE EYES OF RESCUE PARTIES Mass.. Doc. be drowned before eyes of rescue pari lies who harl'lo'leavo hini lo his fale becntiRe. rising water glc fattf which befell a brakcmnn iianv His Worship who was nonlnatton paper a3 mining his nomlna- tion pater signed by T orth and E. H. lireslderit'of'.thoiG.W.V.A. WilsonXcapitallst. For truste'os .of Ihe public schools thero' nominated W.' .'A. HAMILTON, (armer and man- ageL slynfci J. H "ivers garden provincial Jail; W. S. Galbrat'.rirphyslcta'ri; A; William son merchant J D Hlginbolham, J "i i Stewart nimiiil C B, BoiVmsn.: ins'iiranco. 'agent; H. Falrfloldf. superintendent tal farm STANLEY CtlAIlLES BIPPBR, clergytnan, nominated by Roherl Jt Andrew, clerk, aad Longworlh, superlfitendeni- employment agency, JOHN MARSt; civic employee nominated by Thomas mo- being split by running two tandldatcs Tut W A. Hamllton-ivaS formcrls superintendent of school; School Boa.rd For llio Snpirat cchool the throe candidates'. nominated, C'lcctcd by They were THOMAS LONQ, retiring trustee by R Gibbons fl estate agent and id Sen! nard re mer bant l NICHOLAS SUIUNA. merchant, nominated iij THO Hotll} (.ontrac tor, and -Thomas OFO i A FUCL nomln atcd b'y Thomas. bank. messen- r -i T v Mensrs. Supina .and. Rico; takertbo phccs of Mei gehl anu VtSwaln who have retired. All Accla-natlqns at. Mac.leod (From Our Own Correspondent) M A C LEQD. Norn Ina lions for Jno. rejected ncclamation Fred Moirl torman ann Hawkins, printer'. Meads, Line nfisslon his deepest regret at .the step It had taken. Lord7 Robert-, Cecil, delegate for Ihe Union of "South Africa, said If oth er delegations should be'allowed to'l'leraent dealer take'-'tho samo 6'tep when their pro-icapllallsl.1 AIsDUEW. BR.YDOV HOGG, barris- ter by H by tha allies to; IheVAtheaa (EQVernV mont has taiUifid a deep in Constantinople R J t Gardiner Church bar decorator, IlICHABD. ANDREW SMITH, bar- rister, nominated b> Hugh ini and G' H Marnoch (re-clecled :br 'P.ubllc ichool board- R Xl6McolI V A >ay R W Stewart (re by ac lamatlon. Serarate school Oillaher f I, Jordan (acclimation) FrencJ% Opinion Dec posals arc not accepted; It .would bo nv- ALEXANDEH 7IATmON, lumber impossible for the league to make nomlndtod-by Oeorgo W. proEress The of single coun and C Si Farrow, laun try'.cari diminish pur faith in the sue- cess .'of tho league', after the great dry manager JAMBS -E.: LOVEIIING, physician strides that havo made toward anu nomlnatirt by AlHson the object, in'view All that is need jDaviea editor J I! Davles, editor Cd are co candor and considers tlori'; for one another.' After Robert's address, the fo discuss todays agenda without further refercnco to the withdrawal ot Argentina. FERGUSON TOROOTO, there's thc WINSTONi CHURCHILL MAY- SUCCEED CHAMBERLAIN hlle on tho W. J.- shoe merchant; II. 0. A. It. iJifferty, jbyslcl.an and .curgeon. Marsli fs'lho. candid ate of the Trades r-and .Labor Council. At ths meeting "or.the.-.couhcll, held. at the Hull on Sund-ij night, it was decided .there should bo onlj' one 'conseqnenco LONDON, of a, new chancellor, of th'e eicheqtier to Aonllfi Chamberlain Is be EIV nMii.il o i. rmG nr5t mtte on lno obtcrved cd Hobbs hero lato last night when tho Hol) 0 Howard Ferguson. Conaerva engine and 10 cars of a freight c( Ontario, -chen informed ran into a washout and fell into a 'on Saturday of th4 retirement of K Times Winston Spencer Churchill who at present secretary of war, Is detlarcd lo tmthV favbrlto candidate, his nomination being jtrorigly support- ed In quarters .which, have great influ- In Downing: Street, A from 'Allahabad, India, yesterday 'declarta It'was repdrieil that Mr. Churchill to bd appointed viceroy of India. river. Uobbs.was pinned by his shoul ders with his head above water. worked -for over -an hour in a vain effort to free him.. Fin- ally tha water immersed him and lie had lo be left to bin fate Two ntrwr men are missing MONTREAL, Dec. pas acngors 'wero -Injuted Bhorjly beforo one o'clock this morning when a tram car running, to Cartlervlllo, a suburb of this'city, iumpod tha rails, fell on Ita iiilo unilitlld down a stoc? grade. An p4ual number of passengers es- caped wllh iUglit.injuries.or'noni at all, Tho. car, .whllo sliding ;on its hit a heavy post and literally broke In two; tho ends then crashing through 'a fenco. It Is Incoroprehen- that Bone 6f fho passengers or (ram crow reeeived fatal Inlurles. Tha mofprmari, who received a tHtU'cnt o.n head, Said that when'com- 'Ing down th'p grades Iha airbrakes re- fysed to and when he threw on tha" toversV'ftS' (uses -Mew liiil JAP8 RETALIATE FOR LONDON, 5.-rA Moscow wire- loss dispatch taya tne'Japaneso have slezed closed the Manchyrlan (rpntler :to. the llnssiiiii Far Eastern republic 'v (or the defeat by tho Bolsheyik of Semen off bands." SMUTS OPENS'CAMPAIGN LONDON, Dec. (Canadian 'Assti elated from South Africa ope lea ned tno :thal OenSral SmutJ has with a fighting in' which he "defined' (jrto Between secession andi.eijiiaUty status within CANADIAN BACON- 'MARKET IN BRITAIN ABOUT DESTROYED TORONTO, Brltfah corilrol' at Iho'bacon trine ,has just about destroyed the Canadian bacon market In Britain. Is) the judgment :of the people who have returned from In.a spedch here on Saturday night to the ISO employees of the (cd- oral department of agriculture In Oil' tarlo, Dr. Tolml6, mfnister 0( iigrlcul lure, deprecated the British eonlrol of Canadian bacon.on sale and efforts, were being mado to Ihb control.romc-rcd. Canadlaji hacon was In keen demand In the 01 ii Coun try arnicas being used 16 held soil American bacon whjch.was not of Iho same high ouallfy. FAIflfED'IN BATH TUB AND WAS DROWNED MONTREAL, Dec. taking .bath- at hor homo, hero. yesterday, Hazel' Bradley, aged 16, was celzed with spell and dr.iwneJ in a fewv'Inches of water. SHIPPED HALF. MILLION .BARRELS OF APPLES HALIFAX, Dec. a mlf lion barrel's been "snip a''jil from iivKM 'ar file r. Harding as crown counsel-'In the Eoieed who had been already named, droppea out It was felt Uiat It would be bettor policy for the success of tho If there were only one, so all voles could bo concentrated on-him wlth'oiit .any chanco of their PREMIER DRURY'S TRIP WEST WINNIPEG, ncc, Drury will arrive here 'fhursdiy Is announced ftnd-on Friday evening in company with Hon. T. A will address a public meeting ori the current political In eipja.nallon of tbo. faith, of, the now political Mr. Drury will leave Saturday evening. of Lethbrldge lo sSdy been mayor fo PARIS returned to Paris last evening expressed Jsatl faction at the result of his meeting with Mr Llosd and the Italian Sforza ,'iho premtor made no statement concerning the Greek situation, Imt tho Consensus of opinion In foreign affairs circles Is that, Sparta or the Greek crown prince as Hid' French call, him, ;vrho leaves; Kustenje, Kumanla tod-is, wii ba called to the Greek throne. No Further Financial Aid Dec o SrliEir, will 'eilend no fnrtner financial alii to. Greece In case former King Con stanline returns to the ing to a note presented to llie Greek, government jcsferdaj b> Earl Gran vllle. Britisa minister in this city The Frenclf minister also presented a note to tho government demanding, the paymcnt-ot Both the notes "forbid the isnmnco by the nallonal bank of paper rnoner already printed against a loan of four hundred million drachmas, which was orrangfd during the regime ot fonnor Premier Venlzelos .'Wo can only do what people, want." said speaking', ns The re NOW POLICE MAGlSfRATEIstVntlnT a few days i to the British and French notes, t Returns from the p'eblacite hold throughout Greece yesterday was to decide whether tho Greek peo- ple would recall Constahllne -IP': the Urono made vacant by the death iolt his son, Aleiander, Indicate a major-.'_ Ity 6t of Constaiitlne, and claims are-made' tnat the entire electorate of. voted 'for hint. Pour million 'hallotr were printed for the plebiscite The wild scenes' which Burked; departnre of former Premlsr Venl zelo! on November 17 were agalit on- acted last evening la the plebiscite. A crowd estlmB.ted at 200000 la wltich there were biblej, children, women civil servants, girls, (Continued on i fnveu mi AttjxinuiT'l of the two communications J W no w-ril IAD TUT? runwc tUK lilt. HllAlRMOHB. Dee'r who for the- past so'h'as b'e'en icling as sllpendiary police'mfegistrate n nnd; Liethbridge (Hs- ricts, is being another Sir. J. AV. Greshamrpf.Blair- more, has received the appointment of 'Dltce: magistrate for Madcod to Colcman district. Accordine to official Information re- ceived by. the Herald ot Jlr. Gresbam ns rna'giBtrate. is con- fined lo Crow's i'- Nest Pass, in which !ic rellercs.-Maglstrato -Hurrell of the'work he accustomed otlo there. Mr. Bur'rcll will contlnuo peasants women fr6-n cobrt clfclcV o be In jharge of the Lelhbrldgo and tildlers,