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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FOUL PAGES LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER NUMBED 4' BUSHELS OF WESTERN WHEAT TO BE SENT BY PANAMA Debfries Press For Eariy Debate is Expected: .VOTE ON ADMISSION OF. NEW MEMBERS GENEVA, Dec. wu i mcrnbtr of the of Nations by the assembly of the league today. The election of Austria waa without opposition votes -vere cart In favor of her admission.' ,-Tvw> were absent and four abstained- from, voting. Exporters Claim that mich more could be teat by cerUd effort la ravtioc ThU I his 'Augmented CALOARY, Dec It la stated on the Calgary grain exchange that apprqximatel) bushels o one subject each day since Monday, 1. led today to rnaVe better progress On the program was the tnsl. it ejecting new members to the leagie, the choosing of four new elqchve members of the council and the deposing of ciuestlons regarding the h lo alare' traffic and the opl im ".iiie uhlch veil left over from t-rrhj H that Austria prohahly woulii be atli'nltlcil'to the leagiio with oul onpc-sU'c" and thai Bulgaria also member In her caBd, France it waa said, would probably retJse fo >ofe li seemed probaule thit Brazil again be gifen'a plate 6n the council and that a similar honor v.ould be given to Spain China had luanjr'sup Tjorters as a successor of and It appeared Norn ay replace tiRlgliini There were many delegates, 1 however, who were expected to nup bort BelKium when the election too'u pllfce rattean'xrtUi KncoBrer u for grain for a Qu It dainwd ttat buyeri know nothrag a iblpplnj ttfcy DtsrchaM la Can uarter qt a ocmtury the Committee '17 in Chicago of port ada; onlv ports tiat kmonu are Fort William or Arthur and tha At lantle porti. There van alw a general feeling at the coast city, said Vancouver man, that no usifiance IB the matter waa to expected from tha CPR. and tiat their only hope lleas with the Canadtan National; Railwayi to prac- tically force a beginning. in reply to a naeation he Intimated that the present irate of a ton 'was 'practically equivalent to the rate For SiKOKGLY CRITICIZED committee American fi a series'of r; urged be m% farmers hv the Bureau Federation, to Ficultnral marketing announced aendatlom which it I in an} system used ln handling tha.-Unlted grain _., __________________ from Port Arthur There -was overy I crop It a land grain, for the Unitedflikellhood howtner, of a further cut Kmgaotn Thli it is said, li the being made In tho all-ocean ila of much Vancomer gram the Paianw Canal It tte busmeas was circles, ther contention x being' that (nvallable DRURY'S DECLARATION ABODT NEW PARTY DID'NT CAUSE ROW Policy of Broadening Party To Include Non-FanAers Meets i Strong Opposition TORONTO, Dec. hjrmony now exlEia bitvraen the -of Ontario and the of Drvry government lowed, conferences held "l and com- mlttee was appu'lnterf; to JnvestU of opm farmer organlia- tlon ancj the government TheM safd, were of'a minor character but nevertheless caused friction The special com mlttee, some of the government and the of the U. F O. gathered en 1 Monday evening and held discussion. ,_TMp meeting was then until' Drury could b'e present. ,On his arrival last night, the tecond con Icrenee was ntarted. It' did not break up o'clock this morn- Ing 'A' The meeting-was behind clos ed doors II was morn Ing that thei loudly procljiimed trou We" over the desire otthe develop the present fanner labor parly into the "people's progressive part) had vanished into the air The conference agreed that a governmenl must represent all classes of peojl'1 there should not tie- anything ap- proaching class There will be no change of for the pirtv at the present time, however v etatus of U F.O A> Dec Jo-rNothing u forthcoming as to the ed at the TJ. F O caucus, which _wa "still, early honr'thi morning The held In Cimeraj" bet, It Is "'understood ctha members of" tha legislature and th federal National Progressive party werif present purpose of th caucus to determine whether tb. TJ F 0 would remain in the publi life of the province as a class rep re sentlng agriculture, or broaden out' Drury pull .It, into people progressive- party A. diffe: ence of opinion, it Is learned, eti exists as to what course should be fo j lowed "There are those who 'are termined to adhere to the origlna plan of remaining essentiallyca farm ers' party These fought strenuousl Ihe more'mfcil toward developing fi plan to a prov'nce-wide status of'bi coming a parry which mikes to people ID all walks of life Talk Lesk 'Of Heaven, More About things Now Going On Chiefs Daughter Murders Her Twins Betrayed by White Man, B. C. Indian Girl Commits Sordid Crime MONTREAL, Dec the onstrnction period miiat'be marked v a much closer-relation between iie and the employees was the general drift or an argument resented here George of Kabson's statistical rgamzatlon of Boston Mcllwaln showed Tor six years nrlng the war period (he ball had al ways be en ..In tho hand; ot the, em ilojte.wUll two or more job> for Tery.raan N'ow had chant ed and the hall was once, again in be hands of tbe employers The problem, he said was largely sycholoffcal and ones In which rell- NORTH VANCOUVER B. C., Dec if Is nlccscd o! s white passion and unfaithfulness Amy Ldoll. daughter' of Tommy Adolf chief of the Lillooet In liinj.ln. the-Lytton district. Is In ial lera on a.clisj-KC of niurdcrlnz hci win, six old. The crime, it Is said, was. commit i year ago, ana although tha fcodlerof the victims have aot beer found, It is alleged the mother, little Wore, than' girl con htscil lo Chlerof Police P. Stewart for Ihe bodies Is to be mad EH) FIVE SAILORS LOST WHEN SHIP FOUNDERS BRIDOES'OKf, Conn., members of this crew of the stearr lighter1 Calvin of New missing and.arc bellOTQd' t lave" been drowned when tho vesse taiinilorB-l two miles outside o! Bridge harbor- lalo yesterday. According to the ECveu survivors o Ihe cre-v of 12 ther lighter spran tleak during tha fierce storm an gion and the" church should, lake the The ministers, of today ran their talk about Palestm jart irop heaven and other remo places and got abo'u Ihlhgs that are now going" on. An when they start that sort of thin dont you be the first to put th mmzle .on; them. A distinguished bodv of citizens a tended the address TROUBLE BETWEEN RUMANIA AND RUSSIA IS VERY IMMINENT VIENNA. Dee 1sX Trouble between Rumania and soviet Rus- sia it forecasted In reports from Ukfatnfs received here These advices declare that Rumania Is adopting measures "Indicative of the Immtnenee of war' Rus- sia over the posseiiion of Bess arabla, cal and terminal nitcd Stales Farmers' and urging laws which would follor lerator companies lef to operate on the markets ot the expo s, to t-'companles .and ;0perate -on foreign artels for'the purpose ot handling The Brain growers of the United soon as otherwise, arrange r grain on the basis coroperativ'sfjnargainfng That tie IprCgolng shall be carried ato effect.wnjtftne tiltI8iatev view of 10-, tho rights of IB producer orderly market ng of farm products Prempf'Actlon Mestfed A The conimjttie, m-a statement laid itsWwishest to reassure the grain rodrcen coontry tSit it ap- reclated' the: action'. abbn as'.iae neces ary data) rooWtte 'gathere! :an' to ,Bnt' Inl effect Thai fehort as fouovfB v we decs .i.morally rronfr and highly detrimental to the nterestsrof agricnlture a'nd the con imerl to permit now, la ,-ogu_9 of selling grain, cotton1 and ither farm products which the seller, iTjhisJ agent do not own at the time if ssle This practice is commonly Lnovra 'short J Sesolved farther, that we do herehy Petition congress to pass such legis atipnias will stop this practice at the earliest possible date' Mackd Youth. Gets 18 Monlhs Pleads "Guilty to Steal- in? Household 16 Years Old THE UNIVERSAL STRIFE Fathers McCarthy and McSwin- er Rudely Handled During Week-end BioU _ __ _ __ -o CARDINAL LOGUE ON J ROME RULE BILL I.ON110K, Lloyd (Jeorga today sent a reply to the re- cent, request' by .the Rer.-Micliael OManagan acting president of the [Sinn Fein that time be accorded in which to consult tamoon De Vajera and Arthur founder: of the Sinn Fein and under arrest respecting the being made to.bring about.a .trucivin Ireland: premier In Ills reply Informed Father O'Klanasan that facilities would be afforded 'him for seeing Ar- thur Griffith. Hegurdlng De Valera, tho premier wrote The ordlnarr of communication wilh America aJe'fully _ WESTERN PROVINCES NEW ARGUMENJ FOR RESOtJltES Dec l-> Cardinal Logue, primate of Ireland !n' a letter to the r ondon Times qays the parv lition' bill coniain- not a protecting the interests' especially the spiritual interests of tho largu Catholic mlnorily In tho six counties irhicli It Is proposed to cut'bfr from Ireland This is true, the cardinal says, notwithstanding the talk of need of safegnardlng the mlntety m l-.orlheasie'rn Ulster" r Prlesti Mauled Is Claim CORK, Dec McCarthv and Father MaeSwinev who vuere mauled duriug Baturdav ulght's l.irbance have told'correspondents thev, with other passengers, in eluding women-were held up'in a tram car Saturday night bv ing long coats uniforms These men fired infd the _car and OTTAWA, Dec 15. of the .three prairie provinces In tlie matter )of control of their to Primier anff treainry ,agents' yesterday, when-' they arrested Louii Wetntrauh oi''Montreal as from Jusllca hi (Continued on; Page Five.) GARMANGAY MAN BECOMES SEC.-TREAS. OF BASSANO f (From Our Own Correspondent) CARMANfiAY, Dec. Is about to lose'one of its-oldest and Scheme to Relieve; Labor and Cost of Ln ing, Problems in Ontario TORONTO Dec iu 4s a perma nent measure to relieve the proSlem In urban centers and tbe cost of living lion r C of public works for suggests .that 10, 000 industrial workers be taken from the cities nnd ibans and placed, pro perjy housed, upoii in Ontario, according lo a -taiement made vestcr by Jos %1arks secretary o( tho Indepcndeftt Labor party t Mr. Marks 'said thn'L.several''minis- tors of the. government discussed ilhe question .with Iab0f7member3 of'the legislature and the executive of the best'.respected per- ion of Mr R of the Car mangay. who has just been treasurer of the town ot Bassano. Mr Follis1, who has been ten Independent Labor jiartv and all had igrecj tna d6sifahlilty anil feasi hllity of tho profoped scheme the details of which had h'dl bcCn worked out, however years Secrctajy Premier PAPER BARON SUES TORONTO "TELEGRAM" FOR HUNDRED THOUSAND TORONTO, Dec. no- Ice already given, E W BaCKiis rulp And manu- acluror of Minneapolis and Kort Out., today: issued, a claiming JIOO.OOO damages from tho mbllahcrs o( the Toronto Telegram for alleged libel during ne- ;otiatlons recently fielv.eert the nac and llie.Qntarlo provln- .regarding certain piilp'lacds in northwestern Ontario. the west was formerly dommlsitoncr Drury as saj ng fho scheme of public works of tho town ot Mac would provide a solution ot tho coal leod For the past Ive years has [of living Ono of Uib difficulties In been one of the partners In the drug procuring farrti laLor the lack of store bjiairfess nore and during tbati proper housing accopimodatlon nnd time hlmielf wholebeart-i tbe proposed plan Is.'lo overcome'this edly to the Interests o( tho town Oolh Is president of the board of trade and I chief bf the'Carmangay fire brigade, LORDS GIVE HOME as well a'li worker RULE READING In the United' Church. Mr. and'Mra. LONDON, jAc. M.-r-Tho houso of tolllS will bo greatly mlsecd in town lords todi> rCrfdin" lo Mrs lollls' prominently en the home rule Mil anil pisseil the gaged In work oh behalf of the 'ann'tlicr inollon for Us Aid and; Red 'Cross. I rejection had bceii defeated. Any Express Rates Boost Will Be Temporary Only gold taken of when The raiders discovered e'K.laimed have got ono of thoee fellows Vvho have been neople to murder us Father MacSwinejr whom the men threatened lo shoot, compelled to diio-l himselt of his oater clothing and kneel In the road his experiences at this particular June ture Father MacSwlncv v Nothing doing so quickly enough, they threw ma dpwn nnd ordered me on Ihs pavement To hell with the pope' when the} promised lo let me off Then finding mo means which to v-nto, ther pushedjilio an ay with a curse firing shots aftT1 me. ,1 Father McCarthy suffered, more oodlly injuries than "Mac Swlney, being beateu and licked al most Insensible Railwaymen Change Tactics DUBL.1N, Doc Irish rail raymen's conference it i milltan munitions It alao is believed that tlio Bireann, or !.Irish Republican which Is reported not 10 hare assumed reiponsibility for the slrlke will not object to this course. lull ni'wiy service it li under 'stood, cnnnot bo" resumed -before1 Christmas but It is-trriected'the'rail- way companies Te'nslate all the s discharged men. Parish Priest Shot LONDON, Dec Bishop oi Cork, says tbo1 Central Kews, hasje-' cKcd a telegram slating that Canon Mngner parish priest of Dunmany county Cork was shot dead by armed and uniformed mm at 2 39 o'clock tills _, Norway-Railway Men Badly Beaten CHRISTIAN) A. Dee. railwaymehrs strike has ended i'n. a complete. capitulation strikers yvho were given none1 a' their ilemanda whatsoever. Tralflc Is beliifj' resumed and Is expected to be! normal Thursday. OTTAAVA Dec (Cm An Inllmjtlon that an} incrpiies the r'ft of wisdom vcr oxpross rates' autliarlzed will lie of a given Chlct Commisslbtier Carvcll during tbe course bf the con tinned nrguincot pf counsel in tho express rates ciso lo day The-Bfafement Viai made sub sequent to tho argument pf If Macpon Ian general rates .Inquiry, it would not .be hncll, representing the. Canad- bor fnctor anufacturer's' -association, wlio j priSsa rale hair urged that, In view of present un-' while ins-a'S'to cnst of present manent increases in fiitpr'o.i9 rates Mr Carvell expresied 'ih ngrfd ment with this ntlillide hlid Ihliiiintoil that any action taken "liy.ilia" boaril bo along tli630v Ilnerf. .The clnirraan during" the argumcnu emphasised impottanc-e ofahe la r lii bolt! the freight and ex- ,C3 ileclnrlng that 'ages ?rehi4ln..asi hlgli settled conditions-a'S'tocnst of I present rcisomblj tfo'ns'aiid wages, and the prospective jb.xpdtl lower rates FRENCH MINISTER OF x WAR MAY QUIT OVER MILITARY SERVICE BILL PAIUS De. Andre Ltfevre, Inln- islcr of war ivas oxpccfed to-rhako public hH resignation from the Ley- gues cabinet today ng a result 'of disagreement with hh re gardin? .the the scrvica hill Introduced into tha cham bur ot dcpullei While Ihe measure dHfUssed by Ihe cabinet, tho war minister Insisted that (ho moil he called for a term 6f two jeirs, while tho premier and other ministers hold that a shorter lime would "Suffice. ;