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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta J A, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920 FINAL EDITION Leaves Lnctrne Today aid Will Sail From Venice on Wednesday HE FOLLOWED HIM UP AND HE'LL FOLLOW HIM DOWN. NOT EXPECTED TO LAST VERY LONG PARIS, Dec. Greeks carrying passports for Lucerne and In possession of bombs.have been "arrested -at Milan, says dispatch to the Matin, lleied In the Italian city, th- dls patch says, -the- nicn. IIDC! plotted 10 -tterflpt To assassinate former MnjQ Constantine of G'eece It is BOOST PARCEL in Chicago. OUTRAGE BANISHES ALL JfOPE OF MAKING IRISH TRUCE hive pone up and ex Illiely to do >o, as ,e hearing Just eon tabenE are being parcel post ought bf increased This 'put forward partl- alKmerchants.who order houses entensively fautValso that they, trcrvlce below cott. parcel post bus! Ing very materially and the doubling of the reglstra tlon been followed by in Increase Tath-r than a de- crease In parcels sent with that Situation in Emeralti Isle Worse Than Fac- tions Claim Other Set the Fires and Investigation Be- ing Held, Result of Which is Anxiously Awaited Fein Wire Foreign Ambassadors Charging Military Did It DECEMBER PRAIRIE FIRE IS SWEEPING "NORTHERN DISTRICT Dee: last night, was resumed this iiiornlng. military commlEEloa of the fires tThe break in communication ti which swept the on .Sat- urday r.lgbt and Sunday was expected to be completed today. Major Vie government establish td jfio 3be fall oLlhe Veuizolos cab ij t Ihis morning prepared to Venice A pmato car to I c tttdLUed, to regular southbotmd train'awaited him at the-slallo'n.: Tie will lin met1 at Venice tomorrow-by.j a v irship and embark fort tbo port of Athens f Moiubifrs- -of his with rtaeir Tamil PO made arrangements to go in Ur ridisi--IU1} where lale this eck ihev ill go on boird mer tlr r aud sill for Greece "-All hi sages 6une I b) ILc kingiand his hnd been seilt awa, HMs Con-lniiline wli1 reich Fhal in of bar ing nicked George, bis old- ai d the Greek council of. I1 n Hera PIT isl-ind Plans fon a IrlurapJ-ant progress from Pbal cron ii> been made by tho OrJsk government Wont Last Long., v jeo antine will nut ronjlin font on tho throno ,of dispatchc's io city. The" corres. utttidqnli dfcc'are ,th.ey ohfalnel .this infoVnutio-1 from a "personage close- connec ted Constantino is7 qnoted'as'savins that after.a brief will abdicate in favor Prince Duke, of Sparta t In taking this course, Consiantlne, it is salj, will give the impression that he is artlng In accordance with his own wishes and not those of allies This decision was reach ed upon from Premier Illnllis .who is said to havo pointed out that. dieoCB would be in u critl cal sHuullon if opposed by .poweraj in an Interview with newspaper coi-respondents, at Lucerne yester- day Constantino declared ho would not. in. favor of -Prince Georgo, adding he had such Ir.tchlion' 'never had any COMMISSIONERS' SALARY REJECTED; CITIZENS IN FMOR OF MANAGERIAL G01 FIGURES IN MONDA Y'S i Jiam.enV Ven called to etulaln of the Drill a laMi dclcgatioa i ov In the> mado in a dte senc (9 foreign anibas adorB hero regarding outrages ther declare to peiretrat edin Cork during the last week An- nouncement of the committees find awaited with keen Interest b' the peoVlo of London as the of who was responsible for tho flrcsxin Cork has assumed great importance In the absence of de finite evidence, rlral, ieen 'doing to fix tho MOOSE JAW, Dee. ing to message received morning from Mprilach' by E: soni a large rancher of that dis- trict, a bad prairie fire Is (Weep- ing .through ranching coun.lry west1 of that town. NATURAL RESOURCES; .CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY CentrarSchool Westminster. School favor paying 86.000.00 No Yes No Yes Hall NO 1.' Mayor i per annum? 2. Do adyanc- ing Comnusedoca favor a chance GO 144 4t 100 35 108 113, 675 27 174 24 ,114 16 121, 51 780 jSfifinls- sion government to the Managerial 97 74 66 Majority against proposition No. Majority against proposition No. Majority foivproposition No. Judging from the small in the early tSa'p-misg ye- tcrday the main Interest la the plcb appears to-have been concentrated late in-tho daj Close on 1000 registered their -votes, but the voting was not In that bulk which was brought out at the In Etitution of the present comm'sslon form In tho city, when the record vbtq of 65 70 253 389 save.a majority of 10 In favor ot thejdeclahng against anything of a salary form T he resu't, however, j raise In North Lethbrldge dniy about BLAIRMORE WAR WIDOW VICTIM OF GUN IN HAND OF AN ITALIAN MINER Mrs. O. B. McDonald Seriously Wounded When Jim Vitto Enters Her Residence and Not Clear But Believed Under in (Special', to The Herald) BLAIRMORE, Dec. O. B McDonald, war Vfldow and mother of. three children, la lying in Blalrrnora hospital In a critical condition and .Jim Vitto, art Itjl- Ian miner, Is lodged in the A P P. 'cells at Coleman as a result of a scooting affray' In Mrs McOon aid's residence here about nine o'clock this morning. With no apparent motive EO far learned, Vttto entered Mrs, McDonald's and drawing'a revolver, shot her, In Catlle Embargo Won i Be Lifted Kon, Frank Carvell S.iys Board Will Hold General Enquiry In Spring LONDON, Die, British government has not tlio (.lightest intention of mpdifying IJ3 cmbar- cattle, the secre- tary of the board of agriculture announced: iri the'hausfl of'corn. 1 rnonn yccttrday. In ansvir to on this subject. flitting very serious wounds The poifce-were-'notlfhfd ,e.f the shoot- ing and the Provincial Police and Chief Carter of Blalrmore-; effected'-'Vitto'ir; arrest, taking him ta Coleman pre The only explanation there Is for the attempted murder It that Vttto was drunk at the time He live? with his brother In a house not far frbnv'.Mrs.' McDonald's residence Ifn McDonald Is about 35 sfld Vitto Is about 40 Ths date of the preliminary hearing has not yet been set bir> It will not likely take plate until hit victim's tiii li learned The.shooting''tria'tgd a: great deat of excitement In the town and the veterans are going to set to it that the prosecution Is .....hs WRANGEL'S TORCES Manager Government Vote v land Commissioners was an arnlanchc The vote- for a change in the form' against the proposal The mayoraiiiy or city government for a while hung proposition went fiovrn to defeat by. In Ibfe balance, with the return's from 07ei JOO'votei and that ot the two] bUrne the auxlliarv the Irish extremists, respectivelv. Greenwood Defends Military Greenwood, chief secre- tary .forlrsIiitfd.Nrnoaklng in the house ft commons last night, asserted that i Direct tho auxiliary 'pbllco did not sfirt the i Jferc fires, kni jointed out that thev wsre mcenular> bombs' w jicws dispatches assert tho flames in Cork. Truce Prospects Blasted Prospects of a truce in Ireland ap pear to.fhard been .blasted by the most recent eients In that island, dc clared (Sir Hamaf, EO far as the rep resQntallvesjjf thi people and iho representatives of tho Irish are concerned j V generally declare the Investigation in 'Cork should establish guilt ow those wlio jet fires and they demand the punishment of those re for the outrages 'The national says one newspaper, 'is deeply involved as long as doubt Belong as any proper remains to be taken" Some'1 newspapem-espreas dlssabifl the facC that tho Cork In Is i'of being conducted b> ciuliaiis, but otUers declare General SUicklatid has a liigb reputation for impartiality and justice It was called by Sir Hamar last night, that following recent ittempls against the general SLlife, that officer Immediate ly nnd..s.U5cessfuIly took step's to pro tent reprisals 'Phone Service Resumed Telepnpne.'- service' between 'England and Dublin, which was interrupted Irelaud'JbaTe telegraphed. the5 parlla- Dientari labor tSMtr tho> Malted Cork today and obtaiheil'abundaut evi- dence that tho crown fortes tSe fires ip the says Jhc ,ttio, .'organ. Dublin Cut Off. Deo rho Diilv Mall Bays' prohiiiiontly In ils.Bscoud: edition tills' morning communi- cation between flngland and Dublin ceased earlj th'3 momlngi The Lou- say'they, were unable to communicatoVbeyond' Belfast.] ,'The Belfast post'oIRce'vepbrlbd .that It was unable to get Into'communication with Dublin. Probe Cork Fires ,1-ONDON Dec a result of charges forces committing '.various atrocities in Ireland the lord mayc" of Cork tlth tho commoners, Koch aud, will. be. summoned, .before .the military hoard investigating the ftrcb u Cork ou night The charges were broughtc bcforo the house qf commons Gommau der Ivenworthr, who demanded that an Impartial tr'bjnal be set Up to give an unprejudiced report, hap pened Commander Keoworthy said information cane in n message from-the lord mayor-and MossrsrjRocli and Wai h i Cork Crtlient Pratutj L LONDON, lord mas or of Cork ab.d Irish members of OTTAWA, conference between the premier of the Dominion and the western premiers on the trans, fer of natural resources to the western provinces mil take place afteVnbon at 3 oTclock.- the two polls in the north'oi the city and the one in the south from ttie Central School three polls Conlmissfoners fared worse, being swinfped by well over G60 votss" la tho result was emphatic .In wa s put b 8 j.ond' all doubt when -.the count of the poll it the city hall was This poll, which constituted the business, element of the city; gate the managerial form of govejf irlent majority of. 07, placing, the total ?ma jority in its.favor at 107. .Bumped r The result ot tho plebiscite increases in tlio salaries of tho Mayor a ,tho votes .declared for a. raiss m the major's salary, and'ia tho Commissioners' salaries the vote went sii'.to (bne against. -pnr.the 'south side proportion against, thevilayor's salary-was equally strong as that on tho north, side, and in the qitestlpii as to the.. Commissioners' Salaries It went against them' by'seven to one. FIGHT; WOOLF NEXT MAYOR OF RAYMOND ResoKs of Eledlons Alberta iVcs Win in Cardstbn com inons have sent dispatches to the am bassadors of the ta. all European deqtajjng lift pastVeek peop1e of children, have been held up tbjjgltt and robbed ot all thaUnei-..ppbsts3ed llundreda of shops unoffending citizens been licly whipped or ia'felt irt some cases burned alive In their homes aud the principal business quarters of the city have been bomb ed, burred and destroyed liy lha arm cdt forces of the rroutt, rendering thousands of pcoplo homclebs and worklesE. "In tho name ot humanity and for bur tortured ueoples who are protection 'froih. such' savago. tyranny, wo resppcttiill) urgo tho Immedlatu intervention of youi1 gpvornmeut ADD IRFLAhD EM Ulster Stands Firm .NEW YORK, Doc: J 0 While, twice may or of who.r anivcd on the Kaiserin Auguste Vtetnria, yestenlav said that the norfb'.of .Ireland never consent to the partitiorjlrig 01 Ireland frorii >cmplre, "Tho -war cementea.' Great- .Britain and the dominions and, the ,_________ ing element In Irohnd will do well to i (remember that tbe> are EDMONTON, Dec whole British cmpl.e and not England Mayor Job Clarke and the labor party ho said ticket gain- ed control over the cltj council and public school, board at Monday's civic elections D M Dusgan will be lho now mayor for 1821, winning with a majority o! 485 x New 'al dcrmo n elccled were: J. Adair, 'W' C McArthur, V T Hlcn arils and J T Coliison, on the citizens' ticket Alderman ,A It McLennan VKS re elected at the bead ot this ticket, whllo Alderman S J JIcCop- pon, labor, was returned at tlio foot of tho'poll? tho'ttrily labor representa- Labor Ticket Badly Gas Franchise and itloney Hogg, Lovcnng and Smith Art "Other Candidates WAS CLOSE RACE FOR FOURTH PLACE The school board election, Resulted in tho return of Alessra A retiring trustee, W A. Hamilton, Dr. Lovarlng and R A Smith', latter newt Mr Hogs tho rtar fourth place there wai there Messrs Harron Rev Stanley Ripper and John Marsh, the labor candidate, were close behind Mr Hamilton polled tho larg esI In tho north side poUsT with Me srs Ripper aud Marsh next in or- der On tbe south sida Mr Hogg polled a very heavy vote'and Mr, Ham ilton and, Dr Lovcrlng cane next The south side polls put Mr Smith in the lead over Mr Ripper anil Mr and advanced Mr Harron to fiftU place. t The ,1921: school board, will posed of Messrs. Tcrrtll, whose? tern; does not.expirc, until next yeaf, Hoss, and Smith Tho; Vole by'polls was as follows: thd hottest ttve Chairman Drj Crang labor, of the school board, was defeated, while w Klrkbam with 187 members elected arc Prof W II Alex anil Mrs 'U V Bishop, the latler held ing the poll Trustee Rea was early WINNIPEG, 'morning firevwhlcli'.threMeneil sov. oral business'places; on Main .Street, opposite, the city hallv-wllh dc-struc- lion caused damfige rotes the highest of tho and W U Nalder On tho proposal to cstab minimum charge of ?1 50 variously- estt W trtoflthlfor electric 24 is given, tho vote was 105.'for and M! against. RINGROSE IN CtARESHOum Own Correspondent) Doc. flgnt ever waged In i civic oloctlon, in which-ibis Issue wa's belweot tho Iirogrc.ssives and reactionaries oh :lhe, ___ anrface but between tho wts elected mayor hero to nui! the rtrji, the nets won out by pitlay with i -vote of 154 as against 07 clos.0 B nas elccltd for Knight There were elect council, the .vole beiiig as foll6Ws: J. H. Vfml, 1S4; Oco. Car- C. Houlaln, 116; U. Hood, fluy, 107. .Tlio'S'ote for school trustees was as mayor .over the progressive 0. C. McDonald, by tho closo vote b( 133 to 127. For cldermcn, tho. vole Four business v rcelecled atl cities' ropresentatlve, The Hre whlcb being Croat West coruoritloi don n, while the proposal to r K {g tllat Including the tarleil In a lg anil coin Hamilton Ilarron' KogB Levering Alursh Ripper Smith SI 153 115 C3 GS 111 -313 Have Found Body of 1 T. Haminill? Galvealon Police Be'iev'e Kc- niair.s of Unknown Are Those of Missing Ottawa Man i voted aldir uurtiif.wiuiu prui'usai ii> i d> luuii men Jl MO .a yeir was defeated for U h Mrs Pmlth faf school, trustees tbo malnj Dosnel) Doiids aiui had ft good leid Mrs the woman isplrant D1QOAR ELECTIONS 1'J'AKS ARK DEClbED ON ilflti: c OliTAWA, Doc., for nmpfoyment during iiext few months, (lie cosl'.td bo-nharcii by municipal, provincial and feilcral gov- ernmenls, nrft-unrtcriilooind have been upon nl rccSnt'mettlnga of tlio oficaHnct roancll nnd an tlectlonn for mcnt 'to this -effect. Ij i'jtpecttit to be the BlSgar _______ ....___ ____........ mnyornnrl-cbuiiclUors fo? 1921 follow 'matte in the. course )jf'a fe'.v ifays. Mayor-MleorgoAVlltlck Under ttio frropiiSai, lho relief work Eamon and'must bo inaagifrilid by lho muni OrmViroil. trlpnl Authoring gflj (hftn Ihfr O Moore Monsccs Stewart. will be diviilcd equally 'anibng- the rounlcipalily, Ihe prbvjnce and federal fovcrnmen' his hotly. Die jiolkc a Ae- rlpllon of tho missing Canadian bid been on frafid icvcral nnrt ?lto a photogiaph lalllci r Ith Old found SIR KDWARD KEMP AT CABJiNEr MEETING I.ONG ILLNESS OTTAWX Ddc 14 Edward Komp this mort Ing nttondcd his first meeting of tablnet a long Slf Kd-. duties as irtliilstc-r oC overseas military service nulomatlcally tormin- Ith the c'oso of tha h'l 6f parliament i In the present Rdmlnisirallon 4e la m'nislor without portfolio. (4 ;