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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta (VOLUME HIV. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA. pECbMBER i3. 1930 11 NUMBER 2 CFTY OF CORK DEf ASTATED BY FIR1 ,______f i _ i KEEP MEN AT Appeal of Tom Moore of Labor 'Uneinploy-' ntent Partly Unofficial ROOT GIVES VIEWS President Elect-Harding Sees Former Secretary of State on the League KEEP WAGES TO 75 PER CENT. FORMER PAY i t i TORONTO Dec that he be' of unempli tries by olhert IS OF, AN'ACCEPTANCE MARION, 0, BUMPING emplonneut'wos- artificial, Tom Moore a with- leading European T critumen In file formation of a world 3 UUUL UAJ VIII "f tract and the hydro development work'anc world, Tcoiirt at Chippewa t, mm i.........j in somb'pprtloM of the coveni confer ch faith nant Do- FIFTEEN MILLION .DOLLAR CONFLAGRATION SEQUEL TO .AMBUSH OF POLICE'RATRQI; i jnent lheyvhad promised _ He also charged a, large Ontario was off 'mechanics hpni-it had broughtrironuEngland a stfike tfi tike whom itjhad re England, f' ____ iiloyers Boot workers into "it no AV eed -of Belief CORNWALL, Onl Hugh Munroe, M A John's Presbyterian Dec, 13 Re? pastor of St- church here, BODY CAPTURED PRISONERS ESCAPED AGAIN, AS i_ CUSTODIAN SLEPT PORT Deo v three named Bushle, Gannlgan and roeenUy from the Fort Arthur Jail, were ar rested Foleyett, eaat ot here Saturday While their custodian slejt, Gatmigan and Webb, though handcuffed together, quietly walked ayay Thay fowil a ale, cut the handcuffs and are still at large Bushie- Is "again lii jail t_____' City Under Martial Law Today and ,is Quiet Following Terrible Saturday Night and Differ- ence of Opinion M to Which Faction Set Hall, Carnegie Library and Corn Exchange in Ruins. Lieut-Governor .C. Dies CORK DEVASTATED FIRE, MILLIONS DAMME DUBLIN, OK. laras section! of Cork, Were devastated. By fire Saturday night and, today. I The conflagration followed f the shooting from ambuih ofj a mill tary party Saturday Orrthe south bank of River Lee, the library, ithe Exchange and ether build razed, White Jn the _ f between tne northern branches of the riv uch havoc was wrought by 'if its all the same else, Aunt J rest do DCS Moinei Register u. s. Naval 1 strongly urges the need at the present ttao of service as a life motive As an .llffsTration, he referred In a eermon yesterday to the couuiilon In Toronto where mno thousand soldiers are said to he unemployed Though the great-maim !vj o! these were born outflide-i the Dominion of-Caiuda, It was urged that vre do fiot interpret oar obligation to these men lighhy( 'Nearly all had long service records "To a city like Toronto to set aside J50000 seems like an Insult This would not be supply of breid i Tribute was paid by Dr Buller to the discoverer of Marquis Saunders Since 1909 thotsucccss ot this wheat had boon phenomenal, he safd Passed AH ay Sunday Formerv Member Tupper Cabinet "and B. C. Premier .A Late this evening It was report ed that the fire was under con trol but A was stat-d the damage done by Ihe was estimated at between two and three minion pounds sterling MORE-THAN 30P BUILDINGS DESTROYE VICTOB1 Dec 13 Colum bia generally and Victoria m partlcu lar has loss in the death oLhls Honor the liegtenant ernor; 6waler Pnor, who sue cumbed last n Bht at 7 o clock, follow ot rflye weeks' dirationV htraor States does not enter the League of Had he lived until Saturday next he now operates 979 Mr Daniels or a similar norjdi organisa have completed one year s term polhls out, while too war department of.Ofncfr, his appointment to the gube PINCH ER (SEErt, Pmcher Creek Echo days Ibis week Mr J J, Cameron's] condition has been rapidly improving {he last few weeks and he is now practically convales cent Although urglas the necessity ot rest and quiet for some time yet, the authorities (rf the H6mewood Sanl toriuin believe that-'he is" no longer In need' oi the treatment afforded by that ,For some ilmo past le ban been' talking ot bis return 'icrme as soon si hio'hcalth would per mil, but has been dls outraged by J his relatives for fear ot the effect on his nervous system in hlF present weakened state The report ot the meeting" oT the' South Alberta Hay growers has made him realize tjat his presence hefe'shoulrt be no longer de layed We art Informed that although well, Mr Cameron accompanied bj> Mrs Cameron Is en route for Pincher Creek 06 ive go to press; 7 air meetings of the dlYectbrs ot the South Alberta Haygr6wef8, during the re- cent months' of interesting activltle hive not been given to-the local (ape for publication Street ramor Iras It, way by 1924, Includes the construction of three capital ships one battle cruiser, thirty light cruisers eight ouxers gunboats 18 destroyer leaders, i 121 mine-laying submarines six (miser, submarines four airp aue cftrriei" three destroyer tenders anil sub marine lenders said, irton a powerful fleet md that decisive action baa ,-A hoy. ever, tho gathcrlnj c'oada the storm had been at a (ng point and that decisive tctl been taken, or'is about Id bo taken, in the matter ot clearing up the uatfon. t f Just whether-It a .one-man burden, or now man} shoulders will I bo'tarrying'the responsibilities when the skies hafe cleared'ls a matter at present beyond huifca'h 'conjecture "If the United States takes its stand with, other countries In an tion to prevent war and promote peace, Mr; 'Banftls siya "our pres ent navy, with the addition of some special tvpes will be ndpquate for our defense and; the prevention of. aggros" [on." No specific recommendations forap- iroprlations for new construction dnr ng the neit fiscal sear, are Included n tlie secretarys report but bis esti malo of the cost of maintaining the naval "establishment tor the coming- year Is exclusive ot any sums congress may add for new build ing Tbl? is 000 000 more than was appropriated for present fiscal year but Mr Daniels says the Is not really an Increase" but is neces aarjctc carry On the construction of shlps'already authorized com- pletion ot shore establishments al> ready begun by direction of congress, pressing problem confront ing'the United Slates wlttf regard ltt> the national defense, Continue? the immediate necessity fori Increasing the naval shore estali llshment facilities oa the Pacific coast 'The day will come, Mr Carry 360 Persons Across Atlantic By Giant Airplane Caprpni Plans Monster Air Liner With Dining and Sleeping Compartments m t 300 CORK, Dec 13-r-MW buildings are said i toi destroyed in fires, whfcn yes- terday laid waste .to a large'part of city fires have been liut there ire occasional of t flames. J The police and military are ing the greatest.difflculiy In Ijfep I rig the thousands of from ihe wrecked walls of threaten t6_ 'of AOHE, Dec Caproni Ihe Invenlor bf airplanes, plans build a giant plane which will carry 300, fiersons'. across the in about 38 hours Plans for the ma- chine are now being completed, and provision is being mado.for dining and ___late Hon Edward Gwaler Prior PC, was bom ,at nea Ripon, on May 21, 1853 andjis therefore C7 jears il age Ha studied mining engineering com ing to Canada in 1813 where for IW years he miniiiB Is Lhe Coal Mining and Lan B C leg islatura for Victoria In 18S6 and re I signed W become a candidate for tho I House 0( Commons, being JlectPd acclamation, m 1S88 He was ro elect cd In 1891, ISSS and 1900, Aim was controller of Inland a seat tho iiosw'ell and Sir (jliarfea Tnpper ministries until the party wis defeated in 1898 rfe entered B C pro- vincial polities and was premier of British Columbia from November He was. twice mar- ed by ono son and by m earthquakfl. Kai been general seized a were killing woftjh A military pulrifwas-'arrijuih ed at Cloyne, seven inites Queenstown yesterday" The1 art- lackers tfirew i houses, but were defeated. Two of the attackers were several woundsd and two captured One soldier waj wounded 'The houses from which the were were burned FIRE LOSS PLACED AS HIGH AS LONDON Dec IS'-Brltlsh regulars- stood guard today over and blicteied ruins left by the which the dty of Cork, relsnd Charges are made that fhere maddened killlne ana wounding of comrades ambushed Sinn t'ejners on_ Safurdaj losseil the fire dei-jn'lp the cltjf Estl mates of the loss run as high ar- Hours 'of terror people of Cork during Saturday night, ihe disorder prevailing throughout the til) It Is said eev eral lost and dispatches clare two-brothers named Delaney werfi called from their homes and one of them la tally 4 n TWO DISTRICTS SWEPT_BY FLAMES districts of Cork bv the flafneS In business see along St Patncks's'reet from 't'ook to hardly a! shop was Icjt'nhsqithei! This vias cenlte'of Cnri untroubled times boaitcM man> prosperous scores ot St. Patricks Street, fire ran along Wlnlhropf Street and other narrow Ofd'lrforge Btfeet Thus'an area of three's blocks' in of the tewn was reduced tff s oi debris J Sf It'was this district, however, hat the loss ot'lhe fire was cehtred The sojihemj, end, of ,thef ParneU1 iridffe'thlit'SDUffK alaojdestroj ed Mn negie llBraryT'''3ust S ftreetfln ihei'west, the and to tie fltrath was at feast >artlallr Reports sayyAl iert (juay, alpng the lank, of the nver, is a mass of deaola Russia Just Like ion I" three-aaukhlers. sleeping accommodations aerial liner on board smaller airplane designed by Ca Make its first trial trip in January at the Caproni factory near liage Magglore This airplane will bo capable of carrying one hundred per sons a distance of 600 mlfes, It is said Work on the trans Atlantic plane will be' started as soon as this smaller (met has been tested ARBITRATION BOARD FOR C. N. R. DISPUTE HAS BEEN GRANTED TORONTO, Dec. been received by H E Barker, chairman of the C H R committee that a board unde> the Industrial Disputes Act had been granted to pass upon the order'Is- tued Hanna asalrst employees running for of- fice. The'board is not llke.'y to sit until eartv In January WonldCntOff U.S. Market WASHINGTON Dec An embargo for one year against the Importation of wheat, wheat flour, ba'ley, wool, hoji cattle and cheep II profited In a bill to'day by Rtptesen laiivc Young, Republican, North Dakota He also Introduced a bill establishing'a permanent self edule of Import duties upon these after 5lie ire year embargo will not be bised on the Pacific and U is essential that ample provision be made nut only tor the PAcincjleel, but for the whole American fleet in Its stated periods o( tactical exer cises oh-tfie west coast." In all, the report declared, prpiobU" that ultimately'will reach a-cost-of about are urgently, need- ed for tho Pacific coast proper; CbatacterlJlng Hawaii as tho "cross roads and key the Mr baniels recommends there o( a fleet opcntlng baas capable o( accommodating tho enllre Atnited States navy wllh all amillarlw fac ill tics fora fleet veaseis pould to nt the ro-. port isscris adding that locallon of realized iti possibilities hivo been carefully stud led and pet forth b) naval experts And lls development on i brtad an a fleet operating base dannol bo too strongly Despite 'sporadic cnticlim' of the complejlon, of capital ships aulhbVIz', ed before the war. Iho baftlesnlp re mains Ihe v of the Socrctiry TUO TC- 'FLIES AT RATE OF-. 194 MILES HOUR Wabash, He Say s Los Angeles Man Retorng From Well of Leniric description of Lenine premier of soviet Russia with a copy, of a newspaper received esch weeK a.lwajs on his desk Inat he might liiara for the I first time of the assassinations and revolution under thd soviet regime was presented Sattfrdav by Washing ton D Vanderlip ot tos Angeles v.ho arrived on the steamer Aqullanla Vand'rlip who ret'enlly was report- ed as receiving R concession of four hundred thousand squire miles in Siberia fiom tho soviet government valued at three billion dollars Jor a I westcrii syndicate, Inalsled tbit con idltions in Russia wtrO peaceful Is 'a THE HAOUE Dec June day nlong the Wabaeh relations between Holland and Jugo lie said that enormous concession Break Between HoDand and Jugo Slavia PAIIIS, Deo Sadl the aviator, yesterday roroke the world's sir plan 9 We- for four Flying it Vltla Coublay, he 4'Jthe dlslance in forty-sfa( omls, or at tho rate ol 1945 miles an hour 4- Slavia have been broken off, It was stated here todfty Holland has recalled her min'ster from Belgrade and has dlsnilssed the Serbian d'affaires at Tho Hague Tho aclfon was taken as the result of whsi llie Dutch government terrrts 'A lonfc series of insults to tho Dutch gorefntneiit ot the (h4 arrest in Iho early part of tho war, wjttic-nl.nOtlflcatlon ttf Holland of the Dutch'coninl at Belgrade, who was Austrian sublet Sltico then, accordfng; to the foreign of'fcd re. peated efforts by Holland to adjust tho dIUIcultles amicably had met ulth Insolent, OLOE4T MASON DEAD 'rijTROlTi Deo Kit lie, (o be thff member ot the Miaonlc order In the United Stafeir'died home here jester day.' Ho WBS JH ycArs'old He folnjjd the craer 182T at Wateriurd, N Y, granted him after a few hours sea ulon nith a commltleo o( sixty men could not go into effe'tt until irada re- lations nre re-opened between the soviet Slates t and the Uiiiled Asked If received A letter (rom PresirlcnVeled llardlng ,to or (o the soviet government, as nad been rumored, ho answered emphatkally In the negative He admitted he was worried over icncesstons as part of the lands heTd by Japanese, tn-i less backed UR by the United, fchtrs avalj them government, said, he Would have 10 eell Out to British bankers LEAGUE ADOPTS PLAN OF INTERNATIONAL- COUHT GENEVA, 13-jThe plan for an International court subroit- ied the astembly of the Lea gue of Nations by Its eomrrttlee whleh had been .eonsjaerlng, the subject was unsnlploUoly adopted by the assembly at today's seS CITY QUIET TODAY! 4 MILITARY IN CONTROL M Dispatches reaching London today say thatyCorh was'fluiet and orders given the regularvsoldiers to shoot looters on sight Damaged premises have been plundered, iri instances it is said, lut the military Is in absolute control present Ru mors regarding the loss of life are" conflicting and for th- mosf part, vague and conjectural _ f f Lxact details of the events leading up to tne conH of Saturday night have not as yet been received here Some reports tend to question the accuracy of carl> dispatches, but others .repeat the etory told In first reports All indicate that the dis orders and fires had a direct cormec tion with the attack on the lorry carrj ing police auxiliaries Some newspapers are franklv sltep tlcal of these reports and suggest tho Ires might have been cause! bj the explosion ot stored explosives snch as were founu on Situ rd ay In the city of Dublin Others Indicate their be lief tint thf fires were n repb to the ot martial law in Southwestern Irelana, and it (is re- marked that dispatches have not for- nlshed proof that the fire0 wero'xnLL b} men bent on reprisals Jlonslgnor Daniel Cohalan, bishop of Cork, is sail! to have announced In cathedral last evening his intention' of excommunicating anyone partlclpit- in? in farther ambuscades of crown forces HI his diocese SUSPICIOUS OF PROPOSED SINN FEIN: BELFAST, Ireland' Dec' Isms of the government's new pollrV toward Ireland was general In the newspaper comment Satnrtlij', the objections being based on easons With regard to the Ci pressed willingness to meet Slnri Fein, members of parliament not guilty of serious crimes the Irish News, whlcB usually voices the views of Jo? Daft lln, points out that two Sinn; Few members Invo died in least a dozen are in prison anil lUm perhaps a'score or more are tig ruin" and adds "Mr Lloyd proposal iUelf go11 on tiat thoio Sinn Fain members of parliament lowborn Diiolln certificates of character of gorernnventaf conducts and possibly itaeet some sons un named, under otherwise1 to' discuss poailliti ot affairs without having any dpfimio basis uiioii 16 academlo debate and the bill for thn partition bf Ireianjt is 16 be -sfeijsj by king before Christmas what ever may befall" if The Unionist Press loftks with plclon parlay the proposed Sinrj _ _ (CohllnUed on Pigo flit ;