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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIV-. FIRST SECTION DECEMBER FIRST SECTION .NUMBERS Determined to Hold Meighen Responsible For Alleged Misdeeds HARKS 1917 ELECTION MONTREAL. Dec. (By Canad- ian Iho election of 1017 In Canada with oh'election In Mexico, conducted at the point of tha dagger muzile "of a ipust be. apparent the Mexican performance Is a .much more tutional proceeding'than the whtc'i Canada Indulged In In 1917. de clareil Murphy, former secretary of-stato ill net, nnd the house of com mona for Ilussell In an address be- fore Reform Club here at noon to'da} In Mexico Mr i de Glared Intended victim at feast wa going to happen to him and had a chance to defend him self but in Canada In 1917 the- vic- tims were first, selected and after 8lafnrwilhoilt anj> chance to de- fend themselves. The government's stock excuse was that such, things vpra necessary to the war Mr Murph> that the sold Icr-.vbte- ovdrseas.lwas and; there wherever the government needed a'fe.w -'to .eh- sure.'a quoted from a number of letters and from Sir Robert Borden Hector Mclnnes KC', and Brigadier-General G M Hogarth, to Col Reid of London On iarlo, In which tho names of hir RobertTBordeh.-. SIr George P.erley and Edward Kemp came In for toe- guegt mention aj also did 'Lord Lord Northcliffe. were made nubUa man who did not receive promised him for man ipalating the soldier vole xratsWe.-ot, England, shoved, a wholesalev plot to steal the Soldier- ote and apply It Just.whera the government thoiight It needed J l Col Tteld Mr Murph) slated hart been appointed to take charge of all the voting outside of Engund As an InducementCit was promised "that If 'eighty thousand voles-wore- -setiiretl. ReId...Vbuld braised' to tho rank "of hngadler general, that be would rc- cehe a "position in England common surale' with'his and. that-in-ad dition ho-would. In tho distribution of DETflES CLAIM OF EAST TO EQUITY IN IHST'S'NATURAL RESOURCES In Baltimore Ainerlcan honors, be E! urpfr hen i C B phy declared that Kelt vh" DA YTON, OHIO ORIGIN A TOR OF CITY MANAGER SCHEME IN U.S. RESULT IS HIGHLY PLEASING 'f Elective Commission Names Manager Who Charge of All Departments- Plan Has Cut Out Politics in Civic Af- Manager Gets Salary in City of HERALDSTARTS ON FOURTEENTH YEAR Herald mnothtr eorntr In urMTr emtzrtna on tha rourUentlCmiWoSe cf 1U jour- ton Pteunbcr 11th there naw volume, and the Htrakl-ajarta on anttntr year. Since tquiy dayt, 'when tlw dally en Its courae, it grown with the growth ami expinjfon of tha city today It hew the community has pregrjtijMi- irttlificilon which the Herald on in occailon like' the II kept pace with the MM In Its deilre to give tiiibett that K cm f__ Crear Premier Drury Launch National Progressive jn Great Winnipeg yFarmen Have Shown Ability to National Railways Should Be Revalued and Freight Rates Based on New Valuation PROTECTION WRONG IN PRINCIPLE IS DECLARATION OF FARMER CHIEFTAIN WINNIPEG third 'polHkai parly, which la'to-be imown as therNatlonaPPro- gresslve.Tparty, had its Innlug in Wln- ijlpeg Jn tlie tamo ball where 1 recently heard the premier of Canada' aid the leader 'of the Liberal opapsitlqn, flve, thousand people were this evenme by lion E C 3mry., prime minister of Ontario and loo T'A Crerar, national leader of (Special to i The Herald) Once !t began functioning It proved In Tho city a short ttmeT that it was well 'worth Villages Destroyed and Many Lost is The THOUSNDS REPORTED HOMELESS if- 'if l '-f Premier Drnry. Ontario the fanners and labor men tid'tuund thai they could ualtfl orf'a great deal. "1 found tho labor men-reasonable and good he.aaid. Sir. Drury said his. government had uncovered ciany things. ioand out.that tbe-.'pabllc' had; beon pilfered He thought 'all the old politicians' must havo khown It but t remained for to try. Renew of Lloyd George's Latest Declaration on Irish" Matters PRESS COMMENT QUITE RESTRAINED Ictent' (orpis vof cftyj-admlnlstratlon Since establishment hero n-ani new Imnjovemgnls have beep. made Among them are' an entire new watei system, a now cfty wprknouse, just about ri-ady for an entire ystem, a gar new electric Mr Drnrr, who came to only 85 min uteS, He tongue was lied cattle he should not disease federal iffalra, devote time to 'province and he dealt In a 3road way with the significince ol the f inners'- political movement and bnitariOv'Ianner-lahor 'government. Mr. emphasized the point that in Onlarip.j ordinary, :goodorgai4zationB had_proved taem'ehcs capatlo of carrrylng on the government success tally, and he arrived at the con elusion thai the time hnd come when tho pan- Canada could safely lake away mailers government from Ihe pro liaf politicians and nek them wlthrthose whoae qualification was Ho claimed that his gov eminent was not working ior any class hut for the whole people and assented that lor. this reason it had gained much Bnpport from all classes ot the __ .Farmer. Leader Speaxe Mr Offerer talked on federal topics He advocated further assistance In tho re-estapllshment of returned nen Ho supported a re-valuatlou of all guv a view to put ting them proper business basis own. personal did not vrith their duties, placcri at Ita head few chan ges have been the personnel of officials since being formed Three members of the cilv bage- reduction nnd many other ment mprovements which are" well worthy 11913 of coramrndalion All ,tn.e mcnts haVe been" made da slbn Laic served its establish Tho first election vas feeld In The elected t southern i AFbanltJ have been destroyed 6y ea-thquaXe, toA an dispatch, to the Temps today. Two''hundred tons are 'reported killed.! while have beerumade horn el es? town of Tepelenl Hwjf vyas completely razed The dfspaleh re- waa ilnuhlful ot these had a conference with Hrig Ho and' Sir George" Perloy- In don.- and wiis 'taken'by. General Ho: garth to a ;h6tcl In Loiidon where they .met: Hector Mclnries of Halifax, Srho WAS'satd'to-be Sir'Robert Bor- den'g poreonal. 'electoral agent.' Thero, according stories told, aaid; Mr. Mujplij', "the .whole schemo was again dis'cussed and Mclnnes as sured th3 promises niadc by. Hogarth .would bo ,fulfilled. Not only was this done hut Mclunes iq alleged'lo :hwo cabled Sir, Tlobert Borden, on, ho Is said to Reid that.the premier had confirmed ,ljv cable die 'assurances given by Mclnnes to Held omcovat Bou- logne and Mclnncs in London Mr Murphy declared there was a daily messenger between thenr In D.lructlpDs were Issued a? the allocation of votes and as a Teflult, hundreds of .votes .were dump- ed into, constituencies of which- the theso votes had lib knowledge Whatever Tha bargain between Hogarth and Reid In the first his form was opposed bj a greater hiajonty people improve George 'VI Shrojer, year pile that fenrf, Commissioners) John 51' Plot (Couuuueo Alberta Delegates Convinced of Irregularities Pror- incea Just as Bad IXDNDON, Dec. on the government's Irish policy is .expected to be opened In the house b> Liberal loaders neit Tilcsdaj Announcement martial law la Southwestern Ire- land mado by Premier Lloyd George before the house yesterday was ac companled Ify intjnulion'a that debate on the subject was not Jeslred.'but It ippears probable that the lower house of ptrlUment may be called upon -to decide whether the cabinet's plans re gardlng Ireland kre'to be carried Into execution wtthbtit the legislative branch of government This auestlon, should It coined to a vote, vould test the r'jbUIty ot tt'e Lloyd" George: cabinet. Although the declaration of martial law In Ireland has been decided np'on I by tha premier and his colleague a, the dpor to negotiations between the-gov ernment and ths 3lnnvKein has uoi-- beeT closed Sinn Fein members of perllament who ccsfre to'come to Lon den to discuss means offending th'c disturbing situation in their..island are offered safe conducts, hut WINNIPEG, Dei this of the A A U of C the recommend' ed thai the Big.Four hockey lea gue of Alberta against whom charges ot crime have been lodged not Wgranted tbJ3 concession Aninestjr for men accus- ed b> crown forces Ireland has been insisted upon by Intermediaries 5 haye been at worb trying to bring ahput an understanding' be tween the government and Teln Tlie premier, however, holda i that amneety must restoration ot peace, and It Is the j; resources, said Mr Crerar Jfsojirtes body, was .ho nhose return west r.j eqnft derfianded the cxpreased by .'Mr. "ports tha shocks.are cwitlnulng Previous messages originating In Constantino Feels in Same Posi- tion as Newly Elected President of U. S. (Continued on Page fonrj Bucharest Under Martial Law ihe eipltal of Kuuianla, Is.under martial law., an official announce- ment at the Rumanian legation here late last night This step was a result of disorders in the city which culmm on Thursday In the explosion 61 a bomb bsaeath the speaker's trlhuna (ho Rumanian senate The homb set Io eiplcxie spcn alter the sen opflied lla daily session n Full Control .T1FL1S, 9lie local Bolshevik are masters of AlexandropoU The Near Last re glon is planning to move its snppflea to A decroa nationalizing banks and in- dustries, and-alsp establishing peoples' commissaries nml a rcvolultorary trl- biinnl baa bsen Issued at Erlran, LUCERNE, Dec announurTKnt was made this af ternoon .King Con- stantino of 6reece, whose re turn to the throrie called for by recent would leave for Atheni Tueiday next LUCERNE, Doc noil flcation of the result ot the plebiscite in> Orecce, 'and an 'invitation to return to Athens and'reascend Greek throne Immediately tfere received by former Kinc ConsUfttfeo here s this morning f In an open messagij the people of the United Statga, sars feels-like the president Of tha Linlted States inasmuch as ho has beon elected to rufo'orer Greece popular vote. The Greek' govemnient notified Constantin'i'lt have a Greek cruiser and.an escort.tof warships to A.yfona on December a reported eartli (a" quako shacks in the Tepeleni district ron, four ?car term, A I Atodenhan ko sha in thc T le four year torrn J M Switier, foor thousands homcles term, and John McGce, two yar no mtMm of laiusltles At the 1912 election .was sncccetlcd. by I-Tftnry Hldileaea'.f In the terms ofiPlolron. Switzer-and Mcndenhall' expired. Switzer at tho J51S. election wns elected Mendciihall elected commlsaioner' succeed himself. By tho retiro'riieht of Flolron, Lorin Wright was cotnmlssioncr I How Plan Evolved -Tho inoveiriertt toward the Inaugura- tion of i new plan of government- for the City of Dayton began In' 1913 (hrough the aid of the Uureau of Municipal Research supported by. the Chamber of Cpmmerce v A citizen's T body. Athletic hero today, when- discussed at length formation given by Amateur j. flelegntcs., 16 for that the establishment of .centralized Imperial aulhorlt> would produce results He can Canada placed-4s an interpreter he-i twtfeu'Britain" and' the- United States: imotloT to suspend tbe Icaguo wil _Mr CrerarTet forth the doctrine of j put to the meeting immediately the National Progressives v .of was unsoimd. Tlia goaf -was Ihe cilmlnalion or pro tectton as a principle In the Dominion s a goal to ho reached bv easy stages. Tho "party advocated do- ''Jirem 'he feature ot that did not esci the fact he was, In ho'oing iut peace in one hand ind a sword in Ihe other H evoked some question al resourccB ol 1 Few will question tha wisdom of lion that there wasii'tiAich doiibt European Statesmen Get New Light on Constitution of British Empire formed to initiate' a city. This committee held open ings from time to tl.mb In various: sec- tions of 'the city Dec correspond ent_ln Geneva of tbo Timefl remarks of Hon Ihe-.country, held that an expand- ing, trade "would .follow tho adoption of the s fiscal policies Drury Well Received Mr. prury-wflsjgSven n hearty recep- ilion jllo told of conditions which brought about the election of his goi Ontario year r.go. Since that tithes-he.' the govenimenl hatl grown Jn.atrehgth and in tlio conlltl- enco of the wholfi people tho legislature waa'ln'sbBBlon faclloh was reduced a miriimum, he said. I believe ninely per cent ot the people of Canada desire fair and hon e6t They want to do away'wlth'favorltlsm and 'class prlvl his mind'that the m'ostiof thB.fimds o'. the Kcghia liocliey-'Clul) to players and that tht same -Ihing .was 'done'.-nt'. Sasfcntoor hut that the same conditions (Alsted in Manitoba and were even worso lu preferahlo to the existing Indiscriminate arid' Favorable to Martial Law While remarking on the- cxlfordm ary nnd contraa1ctor> dualhin of the premiers announcement Hie Dail) of the commonplace fact 8taUsraen ot tho Mother ('ountl7 no rolco In the manage ,tllo Judge .lunge ui L.uiuunuiie naner exnressed nlcasure at tho "SlUC vlnced that certain Mrregiilarities had .unends on the number of Sinn ernment .were presented ,ar .ed Alter a number of thsse (Continued from front Russell, Strike Leader, Paroled WINNIPEG, Dec. tl. Winnipeg slrlitG leader, xs released penitentiary whore ho was serving a one his plans have beon changed, family will "leave Lucerne on an or- dinary train Mondiy Professor former .foreign min Istcr, and ConstanUne'i chief advisor during wh6 (s reputed to be pro German anil Papar rlEdpouloB, In'tho Greek navy and CoiuUnttae i alclft camp are prohlhltW 'returning to Greece by-tlrf'idr.eik gOTernmont in telegram to return FORMER leaders to be convicted, Bomb Plant In Dublin DOORN, torla, the former German tmprtss vfhoie ntiH tttsiks have given her family eiiracfn for stveral WM bo still a dele- and jonmallflta, who appear not had tbe faintest conception of the" relations existing between Great Britain and the dominions. Prom their comments, says tho Tlipes' correspondent, one wonld have Im'aglned the. British empire was on of dissolution" and the view appears even to have caused the live- liest; interest in Paris Tit6 meeting of tho assembly ot tho Leagvo of Nations wilt, he concluded, not have been In Tain oven JI It docs nothing ejso but correct eqmo current misapprehensions regarding the Brit- ish Tray of doing .ROB JEWELRY, SALESMAN BUFFALO, Deo.' HNathan Slohm, of Buffalo, a talesman for three1 jewelry two in New ark and one In New York City, re- ported fo tha police hare today he hid-been he'd up by au tiJhioblk bindlti neir Angola Ana robbed of sample contain- ing 'Jewelry valued at between KS.OOO and DUHL1N, Dec. A p.lant for, tho nannfacture of bombs was 'discovered during au early morning raid today on a bicycle repair shoii In Parnell street in tho'hcarl of Dublin. quantities of nrmn, tlcn, bombs 'and other materials were Three men .were arrested.'l'ong whom ahst and Bounded leges i boilevo any government which embodies can 'confminil the support ot the pcople'and bold sald_Mt.Drurr__ Keen Fight At Coleman (From Oil' Own Correspondent) COLBMAN Dec sides In the munklpa! campaign aro working hsril The voters' list has been scru tlnized'and names that ought to have been werd left off, BO a deputation'.waited on SecreUry Ford for an giplanatioh. No stone Is being left' nriturned.i .The volera' list will be increased by.about 100 names, ac cordlng'td Tho towVi'wid.bbnofll as oil taxes must be paid before ybu can >oto was just a bluff, as are In this thing, for who Is running for mayor, ia painfully silent. Kverybody wants program but so far ho bas'tiot. committed himself. 0, McDonald and his foV lowers hare announced what stand for hi i circular which is finding Its every home The 4ues tlon not .ono of HOuor 6r no liquor. It Is simply a queellon of admlnlslra tlon. We want men with no axo to with the welfare of Ihe community at heart, who sonie'thouehl to sanita- tion snd imprpyemenl. of our slue- walk's add Coleman sate for law- citizens. Prospective McDonalifnnd his aldermtn ttahd for theso things anc will 'carVy'tHehi'Inlo ojaratlon If elect ed Tho KO-nrfn will poll a large vote on i _- in AnSrl. Jacksqn of T-ethbridse be better and not worse than at do whatever -the. Union best in cleaning up the nfess Tho discussion on'the question was tjulto orderly. Ther'Aiber The election of ;oificers will ilace during the day and Ihero uuea. f not seem to be muchjlouht but that[ Dr Uruce MacDonald of Toronto is proving such an ablo chairman, '.'returned- to'lhe Judge- 'at' second here i accused ot murder by the government and who are therefore excluded from tho conferences If ths names Inclbd ed Iri the list of accused men !derAble porrffln of the Irian n parliament is included, offer Is little moro than a Is then Post Harding To Confer With J, Bryan MARION, Dec. for new United Slates fbrelgn policy, in- eluding formation of, associa tion of heird by J'resi dent-elect ..Harding today..''fr.6m Col, Oeorgo Il'arvey, his close advisers In formulating his cam- paign policies lo-vard tlio Versailles Col Harvoy hqid long conversations on tho subject with tho United States presidentelect today President elect Hatcilng his eii Wm J Bryin, former1 of stato In President cabinet Io confer with him hora on Jlocember 17, In regard io for an as soclatlon of PIANO MANUFACTURER DEAD TORONTO, Doc aged 68 of anu his resldenco It Herman of; the firm dleil The TeieBripb while not refused to speculate on whether the scheme would prove more successful .ban Its many predecessors, f The only note, of condemnation came from the Dally Herald of lafior It said tho .premlei1 had ilciigcd himself to a violation ot jus lice and has sworn to crush Ireland by jack-booted brutality." The newspaper a ska British whether it is Boing to take the V of supporting tbo wicked ness of tho government's coercion1 po! icy, and thus slain its hands with the blood bf Ita Irish comrades 1 Aqree With Galway LIMERICK Irelaifa, Drc Limerick county council.has ailonled a resoVdiloriVdisas'soclatlnB' IbtolCffohY the Galway counts action In truce.' Brl.tish' government for, The c6uncil has recommen'JoS that tha pcopio ot the adopt Iho advlcjo of Arthur Orifflth. (oundSr of ths !o stand firm. LAWYERS STRIKE NAPLES, Dee. hers have upon a tight hour strike In proteit it- nlnst what they call the amount of deference" which Judges toWard therrf T will ncceuttaie suspension of business ;