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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEN VOLUME xin. FIRST SEqTION LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920 F.mST SECTION NUMBER 3W Oaterio Premier Hears Delega- tion Urging Means to Re- Unemployment PULPWOOD FED UP! TORONTO, ;Dce. deletion headed by Mayor M. M. MacBride, BranttpriJ, walled on Premier Urury, C Biggs, minister of public Snd Hon Waller Rollo minister at. the- parliament: buildings >esterda> and urged on the minivers t'j" for eoMng the uii I employment problem The number of men but of.emplbyment could riot be' Staled'definitely, but. the delegation v.as In the larger res In tho larger cities A suggeslioti which jras favored bv the delegation ant! the numste's was that read construction should he con tinned as possible during the j winter, in order that men should boj employed, and it vas also suggested lhat ,.thb government send men. into tho woods to cut pulp wood It was agreed that the government would carefullj consider those suggestions and .be prepared next week to gne tUe', deputation'.a' deauite answer. London In Expectant Mood Over Irish Peace talk; Hope Runs High In Indianapolis ''News. PRESIDENT WILSON'S MESSAGE! TO CONGRESS NOT DELIVERED IN PERSON; HIS RECOMMENDAlfoNS Will Embark at Brindisi on to Ciairn. f _" LUCERNE, Switzerland, "Dec C Former will embark at Brlndisi on a jierchant ship'for Alheai probably Friday or Saturday This decision was definitely reached tuday V Urged Tiho to Stay Away C ONST Dec 6 Vs Boon as the" result of the plebiscite in Greece which resulted, m favor of'the return of former King here, became known, the Greek pat rlarch called the hoiy synod and tho Independence for Philippines, Revision of Tax Laws, and Budget System Urged President Obeys Doctor and Sends His Message Rather Than Appearing in Person. j i i WASHINGTON, Dec President Wilsons concrete recommendations to congress fn his annual message today were Revision cf the tax laws with simplification of the income and profits taies t Independence for the, Philippines. A loan to __ v t Bconomj eipenditurea'aad crtetlon ot a budget Cold storage "and'tOlher Jaws affecting the cost of In ing and the federal licensing of as jecommeuded in previous" messages British Press Hogeful in Some Shrouds Valera Says Ntf Peace While British Occupy Ireland. t LONDON, Dtc.7vj-Slr Hamar .secretary for irelind, declared emphatically'amldit chtcn In the Kouse today he wai "con- vinced there1 can no or advocacy of attruoe In Ireland until the extreme tht; Irish Rtpubllcan elthfr sumniier and de- liver ttielr arms, or iff attested" Sir Hatviar'B In response to a query by Joseph Devlin, Irish to wbvtdtr he thaught of tht Dublin council- lors, yesterday, was ccnduifva U the spirit of peace vlhe'n the Dublin corpora- tion was about to f truce. Sir Hamar had previously Informed tne houte. that's1? arrested were the Irish Republi- can army and several had been continuously oil the rjn for some time One of them had spent the previous night In a hay shed, Sir Hamar declared, and a shotgun was found In the another. NEVV 7 must withdraw all troops from Ireland and liberate all political prisoners as a preliminary.to restore peace in Ireland, Eammon Oe ('president of the Irish declared here yester- day tn a statement the rressage dispatched to Mr Lloyd Geprge concerning the prenrler's Initial steps leading tc? peace Truce is Big Topic papers -ahlch printed many rumors nating topic of this mpramej news gathered in London and Dublin These Deo to ar-1 showed intense interest in the situa- range a truce in Ireladg was the domi tlon and a widespread hope for de- i f flnlte the exchanges of Views now understood to be going on. Tho strength tii this hope, however, was greater in quarters than) in others c One'Dublin dispatch declared there Ti'tnicb while Arthur Griffith tho SlacNeill prominent "Sinn'Fein leadera, were 'n while another tonlt the irreconcilables of the Iris1- Hepnbllcan brotherhood really were in tha situation-and Would.-.bVabie'to; prevent any, sot (Is did not recognize their full dosiands. It is conceded that conver- reached the stage of definite' negotiations.. A; cer- tain amount of myslcrj surrounds the ft hole proceeding, this being shown by the curious of reports as io who is'actually engaged in efforts to bring about a truce None of ihe newspapers mentioned the riame.df Father Patrick Jos. Clune; nor did anyvseem aware of the.part Rehabilitating and training of wounded Eiilors and soldiers Tie endorsaia bonus. lay council info extraordinary session and it vas decided to despatch an energetic appeal to Conttantlne ox horting him {o abandon his to the thronc'-in favor .ot Prince George, .pointing oiil that his return to Greece iiot' only -.would -endanger the position' of Greece future of Hellenism. Got Big Vote PARIS Dec Constan tine received 05 per oenl of the votei cast in-Sunday's.; plebiscite on' the question of bis return to tbo throne ot Greece it announce! i-i ar Athens dispatch'dated rMonday, 'fe- cnived by tlio legation here to day.. The votera. It 1s added, number- ed three.hundred thousand more than the total-taking .part In :tho recent parliamentary elections Constantino Waits LUCEFINB, Dec King .return to Greek throne-.was, voted for by the Greek people in Surdays plebiscite said ho was expecting that the government would notify him to re tarn to Greece as a result of tho vote tut that.he did nbt the noUfl cation to come- today becauie of the Greek superstition that Tuesday is an unlucky day. "It is like your he remark- fd to the correspondent "No matter what happens they win not telegraph today No Mention of League Nowhere did the president refer to the League of the peace r fight except, perhaps, by infer of his 'opinion when he quoted "Let us have faith might, and in that ONTARIO'GOVERNMENT TO BUILD SfG ,PULP AND PAPER MILL TORONTO, quotes an tin-named U, I> O. mem- Nber of the legislators j at i saying that the Drury fnay start a big pulp'and paper mill .In i he has taken in the exchange of j views unless vague references to an T ittonymoixB Irish Intenned that right faith let us dare to do our duty as we understand At its close the president wrote a paragraph which might bo regarded jo a valedictory, saying I have not I_aidvbef6re scries of HOLSTEIN CHAMPION MlLXER AT OUELPH GUELPH, Ont Dec Do Kol, a 10yeir-oid Hilsteln, owned by J. 0 Currla, Ingerooll, Onl, al the winter fair last night was adjudged milking champion Since Friday morning last she has given S674 pounds of averaging 328 per fat and OH per cent tollda BOY VERY HARD PANTS BOSTON, Dec 7-A mother's Idler, complaining thatrner young eon bad worn out three pairs of pants in three months on chairs fn .Ihe public.schools was amswcred by Chairman Joseph P. Loniasftdy of the school house cammlsslon (o- day wilh Ibo slalemcnl dial ?U, ICiD had been spiint. thfs year lo Icon rliiliH and desks tie cald Ihls boy's chair hid been' specially at iho ve- .nuost of hl3 fnthcry who said1 the youngster .was: hard on panis. -All things the chalrrcnn said, the boy.and not tho chair iiist bo icBjioislblc Sir John Eaton Denies the Re- port tfhat the Big Store Has Been Sold TORONTO, D6c a dinner to light tendered to-tho directors of the' T Eaton Co by tho minagers, Sir John Eaton in response (o the toast to the president! congratulated tho nanagere'OTr their-splcndfd coopera- tion throughout the year Sir John ttalcd that a rumor had frequent IT brought to his notice to the effect that tho cdrnpany. had changed owner- ship. Sir John's reply was characteristic, "there h not en6Ugh ttonej In the whole world to buy my fatht.r name' This was received with cheers and tremendous applause Sir John ejpreaned his .convlclton that-all could look1 forward with con fidence to 1J21. recommendations, as ulter a confession of of the Taith In which I was ibred and which it is my solemn purpose'to stand, by until my last fighting dav I believe this to 'be tho faith America, the faith o( the future and of all the victories which await national in the days' to conie.'whether In- Arfi- erica or i- the president being put upon its' final Ust" I Old World Suifen ''The old. he said, "Is.jusl now stiff bring from a wanton reje'cllon Ihe principle 'of .democracy 'and a substitution of .the principle of "auto- cracy as asserted In- the nh'nto, but without-authdrity and sanction of the multitudes. This-ls the time.' ot 'all others, when democracy should prove ils purilv and its splrilual poncr lo p It is surely the manifest tiny of the United Slates "to. lead 'lu the attempt to make this spirit pro vail." .Two ways "In which the United States can assist to accomplish .this great "were -outlined by', the president. They were: by offering the example within her own borders of the will power pf democracy to moke and. 6n- forco laws which Iro unqun_ll6iehl> just and which ara equal In' their -ad- ministration, "Second, by standing for right 'and justice as towards individual nation's'.' 'The United said tb president, "cannot refuse this role of champlou without putting the stigma of rejection upon the great and belov- ed ,meji who brought .its government Into eilatehce." -by Has More Money Than It Can Spend REGlNAj-Dec. present, faddget speech; to the pro- vincial legislature today Hon C. A. dinning, provincial treasurer, reported a surplus of in'the history of the province. "TJiere U the money, but wjiat, are we going to dc- with ask- ed Mr. Dunning "t don't like a surpiusf-but it -is. better than' a He eaid the government thought It wastlme to look around In what way It might fur- th-rrastist the people of the prov- ince by grants and by reduction of taxes. No Dangerous n in Spint in West Lapointe Says Member of King Tocr Quebec of Experiences in the West Intermediary' are to bin -Speculation days centred around G W, Russell and Sir Kcrscs Plankett, but the latter last erelong on his departure' lor America, that h'e was .un aware'of any, negotiations and wac un able tp'see any sign of a settlement. .It) is" unknown', how'far- the Rev Mieoael1 acting presi denV'of-'the-Sinn-Pein, is supported by leaders of his party, and the London Times understands the government is replying.-tO'hls telegram received here on Suuday and ask him whom he represents The newspaper says-heVwill he'rj'jestiohed as .to who ther.he .is' authorized to act to the extent that his message implied, arid it the same time that Iho governments Intentions have been, madb.'public open to receive representations from those authorized to speak for Ireland It is further, declared the Times that Father' 6 FlannagarTs message was submitted to Ihe cabinet by Premier (Lloyd 'yesterday but that no I definite action was reported lo have been taken The telegram .from Father ffFlanna- Lloyd- George 'What first step do you propose' Tliegc'confiictihg reports are consid- ered indicative of Ihe secrecy sur- rourtding Ibe presen'l dlscnsslon They are not Tegarded'as discounting the un- queatioaed Jact that.the movement is going oh and that'an'earnest effort is being made to achieve the desired re- PRES1DENT WILSON GETS NOBEL PRIZE COPENHAGEN, Dqc. 7. Announcement is made that the Nobel peace prizfe will be conferred on President Wilson of the United' States on December 10 The Nobel, peace prize cameq with it a grant of about 'is 'one- fifth of the aimunlunteresron about, nine 'million' dollars left for that purpose by Al- ficd B. Nobel, the Swedish scientist the of dynamite, died in 1896. WONT FIGHT ITALY d'Annunrio Calls Off. State War Following Negotia- tions SOLUTION OF TROUBLE NOW APPEARS LIKELY MEAT PRICES TAKE TUMBLE ACROSS LINE sale prices of tholr downward trend fast week, said a'statement Issued here to day by the Institute'of Amencan Meat Packers Fresh pork show- ed declines from 10 to 20 oer cent, the said, although It was less marked near the packing centres than In Boiled hams 'and all smoked statement 'said, Visa showed declines while the prices for lard fell approximately 15 per 'cent dunng'the Week. ROME, Dec. to the Epoca from Fiutne says an agreement with Gabricle d'Au- nunzio has virtually been con- cluded as a result of the visit of _ the special commission sent tc wait'upon him last by Ihe chamber of deputes. War Called Off TRIESTE, Dec stats of war" between'the Regency of Quar- nera.at Flume add Italy Trill not .pro- ceed, said an official statement gifeii out .by the headquarters ,ot GshrielB d' AmuiDzlo. It declared' slon-had-been reached' because: d' Annunzio had received a note iyom tho Italian ministry ot war stating that General. Caviglia's order whlcli brought" ahoitt the poet-soldier's..de- claration of a state of var'with did not have the character of an ultimatum.' Members pi the special comnjlssloit ot Italian deputies wmcn inter viewed d'Arinur.iio in tor. Roma last "night fiofore 'departing they out a statement in which they said that It was possible to find a solution of the situation Landed at HOME, Dec 7 Detachments of d'Annunito.TblunteerB hare landi ed at Zarc, on the Dalmation coast, according to a report from Ancona, pnbltshed-ln the Idea NaiioBale of Dalmation I6ry lj> Italian troops' has heen. begun, the report adds Didn't Appear The message was transmitted'' messenger, 'the president adhering to his decision not to address congress In' person. (Continued on Page Five.) Bloods Will Erect Monument to Late Chief and His 'Queen' (JUEBEC, Dec. (Canadian Press) a 'reception tendered him by the Quebec Jleform Cliib-'last nlgHt, Ernest' Lapointe, M. P. for Quebec East; related his ciperlencea and (m- of tho Canadian -west, gleaned -daring his recent lour of tho western provinces with Hon. Mac1 kenile'KIng, the Liberal leader. Mr.. King, ho said; had met with tyisqallfied success at .his big meet- ings, but it was at the small mecl on the joard of.school trustees. It therefore iooka us though the candidates will 30 oblldged to. rustling If th'ey are determlricd to. ed. A lively day forward (0 next Monday when .the elections will lake place. [Meeting at Monet on a Riot Is With Snow and Ice Fernie Man Gets Year For Stealing a Watch (Entcfnl FEHNIB, Dec. .county and city police been places of more Ihnn usu'al' fluletncss during the progress of cahi' palgn. ;.'.'_ His Worship Judgoi .Tlipaisbn came down trom Cranbrook on Saturday and held'a short seEston of court at which ilush, 'charged wlttf stealing a watch and: chain, Was found guilty and sentenced to one year In tho Nelson' jail." Chief 'Law- son and Constable Clarkson were In- slrumenlal In 'bringing? Hush :lo jus- tice. Oebrgo Arnold .boarder now, charged with peddling forbidden drugs in iho clly. Maples for Graves of Canadian Wbo Fell >n MONCTON, N B, Hli, I' meeting closed before he had spoken a word of his proposed address, pelted with pieces of snow and forced la lake refuge in a couple of stores and finally compelled to kiss the Union Jack, Lindsay Crawford, who scheduled to sneak here tonight. on the Irish question, only suffered lo remain overnight In the city when la stated that he had been injured- and was physically incapable of taking the (rain, i The meeting opened at tha arrang- ed lime but before ho could begin Mr CrawfQrd was asked if he was willlnE'- to answer questions, tto replied i In: tliel afflnnatlve, .but inslstorl that all1 questions bO'put at 'once and he w.puid: answer theoi.- He was told that this was not satisfactory and thereafter the crowd remained silent. Half an hour laler ifhen Mr. CraVford started :o' make his address, the chief-; 6f jollce ot Jloncton asked Ihe. audience.. :o disperse Mr Crawford wai out off he building by his, frlends.but wasrjost- cd by the crowd and had twice la. take refuge In stores Finally, In tho rail way stallon ha was compelled to Kfcs the Union Jack which as a.BritlsU 'ubject, he said he was willing lo do Here Mr. Crawfo'rd said- he '.had jeen injured and called attention, which was .forthcoming. Hs was then. escorted to t' RE EllECTS COUNCIL Dec1 1- Burdcll's QUEDEG.- (By Canadian Honoro Mercior', mlniste'r ot raem'burS we're all re elbctcd Other Tioflieg belnp noo Honed letlr- maplo an'd tilrii Bdpllngs to be planted on the.-gTWea.ot'.Canadian soldiers who fell wick 'by the chief of police and' Ih'p-: statement given out that he- wart .un-- able lo travel, but would -leave; tho City, tomorrow. Whole Staff of Fernie High School Resigns To Take Other Positions fSpecial to PEItNIB, Dec. recent nation of Mr. Morrison, head of the high school sVnff here, because 'of his acceptanco :of a position on thjs high school staff at Vancouver, ami the rejltfiialion' o( Mr. Baker and .Miss Carscadilen, Icsvej the'- high school etaff open here for an entirely; loachers'.staff, Miss Carscadden, who has ficrved one year, and thns far In the present, school reluming to Toroilci, where she ex peels a position nearer' ier Mr, Baker has begun hfi services as high school from' the oislnnltig otiVyt 1 I' Ing eer; Dreacint ;