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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL PAGES FNtST SECTION- LETHBRIDCE. ALBERTA, DECEMBER 10, 1920 FIRST SECTION- 30? MARTI At LAW FOR SOME PARIS OF IRELAND "SUSPENSE9 Railway Traffic Both Wayi Between Belgium and Ger- many Hats Been German Monar- ch! Endeavoring to Overthrow Government? BRUSSELS. Dec. The newspaper Le Peuple an- nounces that railway traffic has, been suspended in both diiections between Belgium and Germany since yesterday afternoon and that there is talk of a German coup d'etat. The Belgian ministry of foreign affaire states it has no confirmation of the rumor. rho Belgian rumors of a German coup d'etat are unsupported by ad from any quarter and Jacking these and 'la' view of Belgian for- eign ministry a denial of knowledge j Of TT1" SUCh OCCu "C" tfl" r' arefecelved with reserve. ..They come; out of a conaparatnely clear skv at! the moment, thero hire! been charges and counter-charges by. extremists end monarchists in Ger- jaaay ,thst; revolutionary, plots-were! hatching there have been no recent indications .that any attempt -tb'dis- turb-the present'Gcnnau government br fore a Nwas imm ment 'Keceot "reports have not repealed ,aay exceptionally disturbed industrial situation Not WUling to Kiss British Flag ft Incident BOMB KILLS 2 SENATORS IN RUMANIA LONDON, Dec bomb was'thrown'iamong :merrbers of. the'- Rumanian senate Thursday ,-ft'ernoon shortly after it had at- rembted an'd -M. a member of the ministry, and Bishop Radu were Killed, says a Central News'dlspatch from Buch- arest', _dated Thursday, Another minister, M Sajenau, and'M, Connda, two bishops- and several "of. the' senate'were dangerously ;woimded. A1 of others were Ujndon'Daily Esr-ress TORONTO, Dec. Press -Lindsay Crawford national president of the Self Determination for Ireland L-jsjoe, ba> telecraphed to say on that .dccikioa wu will- ing, as a Mbject, to' kiss the te'lfor tb'Un the y irolee was itbat I I J. laye Mr. Crawford i Mae Canadian flag Is In evidence, but it il arrant non sense to call Canadians It la equally ridicule art i'tq' libel Moncton describing a'- riotious ;-mob of ir responsible yijilts ssv'ftitixenB Not five CITY OF WESTMOUNT WAS 4 CITY MANAGER WHQIS IN NATURE OF HEAD Paid 'Per, Has Been on Job Alderman Is a Business of Cily jfuit Like ,f M't--' 11 or a VjHapwiy. 14 NEXT YEAR Canadian Council of Agricul- ture" Decides to Pioceed With Its Formation COMMITTEE-NOW BUSY WORKING OUT DETAILS WINNIPEG, Dec (Can- adian Plans 'are being (Bpecisl to the Herald) MONTREAU Dec; per'cent, the mob werS returned Elected President of District Association For Third Suc- cessive .Year THIRD CONVENTION MOST SUCCESSFUL Jj. H. Jclliit'a popularity us farmer .leader In the Lethbridge constituency again proven on-Thursday after- noon, when tho annual convention of the I.othbrldgo District U. :F. A. asao- Intemational Blockade Commit- tee of .Eight Members to Study Subject GENEVA, Dec for putting the economic blockade Into effect-when'bccaiio'n'i'should call for by the elation unanimously elected him pre Buch action, _._------- _, .__ sldent of lliat organltalfoirfor a third assembly of the league of Nations term without'anj other name being I morning's sowlon The pro mentioned for the position nom IPoacd machinery1 intended an a weap- on against an offending itate, corn Is ts ot en Internationa] blockade commit Jnation Jelliff 'came from half a dozen different parts ot the hall at tho namo.-left nothing in doubt. Mr. Jcillff tried to demur, hut was drowned out bv applause, tho premiership, "It's on the flolneone shouted. The- presldent'acceplod tho honor with words ot lhatiks coupled with a warn- ing that next year they would hare to pass the, honor along to some one else. Tho clectim of first cording to the propbsW plan, tho lirought nboiil a contest between 8.' S. Dunham 'Lelhbrldge, who has held need arises from applicant's who pre sent their qualIflcations '-and recom- mendations to' the who then vote on .the question. All hnsiress of the different depart merits la control lad by" the of that iCoaiiiiueo' on tee of eight members appointed by the council of to study the subject of application of tun blockade and report lo tie" aecrtUry-senera] of tho whom tho league has charged with the intyfof Informing tho council'ot facts Which appear to ibow the drrenint broken On receipt oi Sifchiinfonnation, ac council must meet to consider the sit uatfon and infortu (the 'members of the At the opening, of today's session, President had been decided thpt.ln ojrtef to comple'e the woWof by tho enif Lethbridge District U.F.A. Favors full Guarantee Of L.N. Irrigation Bond Issye Several resolutions of Importance- dealt with the question of support for were passed at ths closing session 'of Lelhbrldge District UK.A. association on Thursday afternoon, among them being one celling on the provincial'leg- iBlalura to provide a full 'guarantee or iho bonds of the Lelhbrldgo North- ern Irrigation'district should tho-pres- ent guarantee provo Insufficient to sell While Firm Policy Will Be Displayed, for Jruce To Be Continued and Sinn Fein Members of Parlia- ment Asked To Government To Talk Peace Terms. worked out here for the market- LONDON, Dec. law is to be applied to certain areas pf Ii eland, Piemier Lloyd George annoimc- ed in speaking in the house of commons today on the Iiisli situation. DUBLIN, Dec. law Dublin Castle today in the city and county Cork, the city and county Limeiick, and in the counties of Tipperaiy Keiiy. WILL TALK PEACE TO SINN FEIN M.P.'s LONDON; Dec. British government lias de- cided to give safe conducts to Sinn Fein members of the house of commons so that they may meet with the gov ernment to 'discuss the Irish situation, Premier Lloyd George announced today in the house in delivering his ex- pected addiess on Irish conditions and the prospects' foi a truce. Safe conducts would not be gianted, the premier said, to those members who had been involved in the commis- sion of serious Mr Ltoyd George" "emphasized the! which hail been one of the importance of (he resolution of the'turbed and most difficult in Ireland Galway county council recently which suggested that (he ban on meetings a'dtan .Council of it is le.irnod today, at jesterdn's.. In irnkmg the'a-inofiacpnicut regard V7 J" i il... sessions approved of the pioposilion and left the tic- tails in the h'ands of a commil- teti to lie worthed out The council will establish a pool fpi marketing wheat on the basis (.oiilracts producers At the picscnl The resolution was carrbd ho, com mented, tha protests of S Feiii load er in From Father O'Flannaaap A> Another communication, Mr Lloyfl (.eorgg -ecall" j that Crpi i jng rnartial law the" the goTdrnraent had to tho conclusion, after last terrible incidents thai It iriu t- lake stronger action in Tdfain dinlurfeij areas r ,Sldo b> side ivith the encourage iK8Bl-lhe gOTerament. was: anslonsj to gno all those who desired and they were proving in numbers inJ Itnportpnce showing that Intlml wn1! determined the lime, it is saui, the scheme ill ment not go beyond wheat, but it is premier, to do all in its power lo Tweak HP the terrorists r understood that1 the successful application of the principle to mean the broadening of the scheme to in elude- other agricultural pro- ducts; Misappropriates Funds is By the French Premier the PARIS, Dec.- sums' 'of money; turned over to Germany by France'for1 tho'purpose of ameliorate Ing of miners In the Under martial .law, salil'tho prem- ier, a "proclamation. would be inaucd demanding that all arms and uniforms be Eurrendered within tho prescribed areas by a certain date. Alter that date .unauthorized persons found pos- sessing arms' be--treated-as rebels and be liable to the death 'pen- alty on'conviction by a mllllaTy. court; The aanio tho. prem- ier, would b'e applicable'to unauthor- ized, persons wearing uniforms; A reasonable time .will for Ibo surrender-; of arms, hofore these provisions come Into .forco. The government.. shiil r5Tr. Lloyd George, was regretfully convinced that of the Irish- population which controlled ''the murder and outrage" was not yet ready-for real peace, namely, for a peace whic.h.- would accept "tho only bnsfs on which .peace could be of .the un- broken unity of Kingdon: The nf Ihcse "con- trollers o( 'Conceiv- ed In thfi spJrtl of nil independent beiliseront power. 'clfnrluK pMce lo Fnth'tr OT sald wallira aettjg the Slau Fejn, hfs CODim nnutlon (in whlcn he< What first step Ids govern posed toward peace) had been repudi- ated by the 1 head's the tio i ro-ponsiblc for riurdor' Thla must bo borno In mind, Mr Uovd George said, uhen 0110 sought reasons for the government's -j-Ltvro'- fold policy. Father 0 Flannagan spoko on behalf of at- least- tine section of. tho Sinn Fein in expressing a d stro for peace, tho pointed tuit, his -commuhlcatlon had been; repwll- N ated Therefore, the piemler pressed the belief tnat the (Continued on Pago Ruhr, have licen mlfippropriatcil by inncpeiilent hell gerent the Berlin government, It WIB fmiml Tnnnl ,oro lt to br next week'speeches should be re- ont guarantee duced io leijIillntos'.'eacV.and thatllna borfds for which lenders' aro now two sessions held dally called. A number of other.rC- glnhlng solutions wcro tabled. Tho conve'n- Vit tlic t-iufte'uL-toe uiscussfon 01 tbo blockade; report atnehdments wcrd' adopted, 3U1UV Ulon (iispaichci r. great (leal 6f'busi- ness during tho last couple'of-hours and adjourfimcnt was taken at four Negotiations TORONTO, Dec. ia--HtwiJ de- finitely' tfttrnocn the reaoilitVont the em- gartlnj order respecting filled ind that comfnltfoiJ lift nilht sent an for i board; of under the act. o'clock in order to allotf, tho' gates to catch their trains. dole- One resolution which was tabled NEW Dee. of the tint acts of the new admlnli- tratlon will be to make peace with Germany and repeal the powers of the president, Senator' Lenroot of Wisconsin, declafjo' here today let an address beiore the annual convention of the (n. terriatlonal Gerrtunf _. newspBper now; being pub- lished.In Calgary'which.''In a -semi at-a'meeting of tho committee on for- were'In a elgn affairs of-lhe Trench parliament i preniier fald Matin. Premier i to dictate, tlic official way, In ths rnonthplcce of tho LeygueV Is cald to have tlcclhred tier U P A In the prorlnce Tho delegates not fulfilling her engage howoec were not satisfied thil the lowani r-rancc, remarking thit Therefore the government .had de- cided on a double policy. On tho one hind government fonMnue 1 thp premier lhat If Himdert! Marked Men Break Into Jail and Korcibl) 1V Victims 4 HODIES LEFT SWINGING FROM IN CEMETERY- BANTA IIOSA. Cal., Dea, Rural Mall Delivery Tint this convention record ss favoring ths of rural piail tlellvery roiites wherc'rer possible. Fees, that physicians' fees In inetornlly cases be filed and paid by the. province. FMwIn Ilodgex, Osaubon, (Carried.) (Conlloaed on Pago Premier' lieygues informed the com-j mission 'that another Traneo-UrUlsh! conference'would bo held-in'two or three fate' in Notoinber stated mo'st of -the 200.000.000 francs In gold, jiald each month to.Oerroany by France Minder the Spa p coal egrce- meni since last .ftily had been illverted to tho piirpoao of. firopiiganda and for1 payments.' Ot British, creditors _ of Germany, In' well Infonhed circles. 'It was slat- ed that the 'suspension ot trailic, men- tioned by (he newspaper, aiipllert only to the tra'lfie 'with Oermany.. .TURN DOWN PROPOSITION Dec. A pronoaal to form ft local joint industrial board, before tho Build1 'Bschaiiga.-al.' a< general meeting t hljht; not C6ivad asdiatttr discussion was larri- eJ down very, clonhllely. I morning arid hanged., At l.SO.thlB mornlns mob qt about. I'M premier open 100 blnck niasks, cn- cncournse every .channel by which lercd the jail, overpowered the ofHcers; the forces [li Ireland Which.-Vert took; their, keys, and removed ly for honorable inent could find einrf sslon no lead to negotiations whlrlr-would ,'nroiliico ?.nsl lasting .ii.cice. or three nVe'ntn liad come from-Ireland .in. tho psst few days, Mr. 14oyd Oeorjo con- tlnuad. The most important..he inlil, .was that from the (Jalrray county Thla was -tho "fivst'area of dry land which hii fehown Itself after (he deluge of iincorisUtiillonnUly In, Ihut fins, he comment ed, marked.the return-on ;the' of in- .important body (o constitutional. method1! i said tho pre- mier, was a of a SDlrit' In Ireland and it was the duty of the government to It because It was an onconragl'ig'l'cturn to constitutional methbrfs In "tn area (6'waitlng autos.; fifteen machines carried tho They moved down street to a cemetery, throo Mocks beyond the city limits.: Tlopes hatT been prepared. Tho men wero taken from Incs nnd hanged to.an oak tree JnsldfL tho Headlights of ihfco autos wero'used to light (he tree sel- ected for the hanging. tha mob wsfo stationed lo prev.ent in- liuslon.'-Those guards and map'y, of, (he mob wero armed. Not moro than five minutes '-were required by the ntob'to enter the Overpower the officers and prisoners., Within minute's, the fhrco alleged gangslera arid raurtler- ers had been lynched i For another 15 minutes, uhllo "-1 [CoulEVied on Pasu ;