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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL PICES VOLUME XIV. LETHBRIDGE. VY, DECEMBER 16, 1920 SO THEY LEFT HIM ALONE WlttlHlS GLORY NUMBER 5 Costa Rica, Luxem bnrg and Finland Admitted' By (he Assembly SOME OPPOSITION TO BULGARIA'S ENTRY 'TINO SAILS: FROM VENICE I OrMk-cruiser Aver. off lor Phaleron, VENICE, Dec.-. King Constantino, Queen 'Sop- hie .and. sailed from Venice this moraln g on Communists Fail To Seize Power In r t. t f" i Czecbo-Slovakia v r t Govtrnintflt Emerging From Two-Weeks' Turmoil Strong- ti Than Ever GENEVA, Dee new were made members off the League of Natlcm by the as- sembly of the league here today. They Were Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Finland and Luxemburg France, and Australia fcbttalntfl from vot- ing when the admission of Bui gar-la was before the auembly for decision t Refrained nene.Vlviani, the head of the French "delegation, declared it had no objection to Bulgaria as a member but prefened not to vote in Tiew of the Incompleteness of the information given it regarding Bulgaria's fitness Thirty Sve states -voted ly whet ttie balloting took place and j Australia joined France in not voting. The question of admitting "Costa Rica, the next on the day's agen da. 'Dr..Nansen of Norway explained that the obly. doubt in his mind was whether Rica was not too small a country, but In view of the member ship of its neighbor, Panama, he, de- cided Costa Rica could not be ed on thai score. T v Sir R A. Blantenhurg of the South Africa delegation in d'scucslng the report recommending the admission of tbe Jonr states said he wanted to declare" that' whenever Germany was _readjj Iser application tor inembershln "Ittsthe'IeafeTie would be considered ,wilh favor by Sooth Africa Wirns Of Rival League Ed Dowleh heart uf the Dec whlci have been" communists in Ciechb-BloTakU to overthrow the goy- emment and Mire powv in that nat- ion, have failed, entirely, accord Ing to the latest dispatches'; to-the French foreign office Th" Czecho-Slovakla government, it is declared, Is emerg-i lux from the turmoil of the last tort- Bight in a The Commdnlst' leaders nave been imprisoned, tb" state, aad ths CommuDiat newspapers have been Mirtlal Law at Bruex PRAGUE, bee.1' law has ho'ped to'flad-iU. toepeopiesTofithe_world represented 'in tae >elr aid uttered a w'irnlne agamstthe danger ot n rival league drgabUed'ekneXin.the United or'Russia V M Viyiahi eald when Germany given the effective, guarantee of her intention fulfill obligations let here and speak for herself Four Applications Refuted The committee reported uiifavor ably on tho applications of "Armenia Eslhmiia. and It failed to retoinmend tho aO mission of Armenia, because authority ior; thejentiro territory-of'that nation was not being exercised by the ernmenL The hope was expressed that Armenia might: h admitted an Canada i Sw'tzerland, Sweden, Pern Uruguay, Venizetila Portugal and Sal vador voted for her admittance, bu tho Totes of states were re- .cordctl against her. am Poland did not votn The assenibi; passed a resolution presented bs N Rowell of hops that would result In the of Armenia 'and th'o'.cstdblisbing stable Gov- ernment so that sjic might' be .admit- ted.to tho league In tho.not far dte tant future been declared at a town in jla; 14 miles north of SaaU, by government decided npon In consequence f of a clash between roops and strikers during which six workmen were killed and Canada's War On Social Disease Causes Cwranent Washington Cojiferenee, Praises Well EMERGENCY AGAINST CANADIAN WHEAT 50 CENlS BUS Cantda's e e to prevent venerea North Representative Before Congress a .Bill Providing Stiff Duti'es for 12 Afonth Period 'Against Our Grain1 and Livestock disease favoraulr commented np- on by the delegates attending tbe gen era] conference; had in v.Wasbinggton last week' and :it was fotad that ;Can adaj has the time this work has actively been under 'way, accomplish ed as muchf In propDTtloa'lto size, a? of the other and at f more -oixanizeJ-ctarader This wai the Btatemtmt'made'to the Canadlai Frees by Dr. J. Amyot deputy, mmlstor or haallh, -who nan returned from the conference which was attended by delegates if 20 different countries Dr Amyot stated that the preval mce and seriousness of these dis eases are Jieing recognized more and morp in Canada the last session of parliament fat the1 purpoae joti evil; the distribution this amount being WASHINGTON, Dec. For; "quIcK relief to those suffering fmm a flood of Representative Young, Republican, North Dakota, today introduted an emergency effective for' a- period of 12 months and assessing heavy duties' en agrlcultunl Items He said this would take the place of an embargo. The bill provides for duties on cattle rinfllmj'from tS.00 jtfJK per head; hog have too much sense for.Jhat In a'thousand years the farmers can gett control 6f Ine groups, so >ou will bo forced co-operation with otner i J Oh no wo called, but Mr.. Wood; ho nghL LONDON, Dec. le to the Irish home rule bill In the house of lo'ds dnring two weeks readj for consideration by the house of commons when It met today j After, the bill had been seat to the upper bouse and that body wasjound bent on making material alterations in the measure intimations were gh en that an} amendments made by the lordsTwould he stricken by the commoliE, butt there appeared to be sentiment In some quarters In favor of going as possible to- meet any objections which developed -dur mg the debate of the bill by the lords There seemed to be a probability that thei reappearance of the .horns rule bill might be an occasion for a debate on the Irish; situation generally r'Llberal jneinbers' of Jtliev comjnoflB have asseHed s. cenqe parliament- ehoali be.'tec- toe Kovernment puts Intp' j 'e' Get Lands Back To Grass Advice .of Woman Expert Miss E. Cora Hind Tellg Live- 1 stock" (Jnion of Weed Men- 1 ace in Dry Areas DPC Lrging the fcitmbors of tho Western CanAda otock U, lori" to prets the tiomlnlon government for a survey of the vacant bo at least cn.ua! to the grant announcement is from the federal government, and the shouleTbo met lo thn utmost possible Whole utilized for the establishment extent by providing work Instead of relief, but should ror in places of detention, laboratories Hot measures -become necossaryi and other centred in the to bv reason of utlerly oidablo reduce tho number ot Infection pro shortage, the federal government will duclng foci of theso dlsenscs (be willing to the-follow Sight of (he nms provinces, Dr i mg basis a Amsot stated, have already complet- Tho organization for determining ed their official brganlzafions and havo1 where relief must go and fbr dls'ribu, established' clinics where free treat-1 ting the shall bp provided tho ernment is doing, and will continue to on Page Klve.) meat may be obtained by all .suffer cr9 from thesi drcart diseases Grtclually each municinailty is es tabllshlng Its own cllnlo and by Iho j llmo the Dominion grani, stipplcmont I ed b> grants ot the provinces has been broken I iinde of. the -ffsst, Ti-ith n.vlew of their return pasture and de daring that these lands municipal authorities and in eich beforo relief is gheirand icnei continued, a'-certificate'.must1 bo ob: taiucd from the government employ rnont service shotting thil the ap pllcant cannot be given emnloytaont expended, ths whole of tho Dominion The general'system and details and from coast, will hafe its! the safeguards adopted must be ap. V U centres In ful 4operaUon DENOUNCES EFFORTS TO STIR UP, TROUBLE 1 iv. salary between the hoard of ,rcl eitucatlin anrt women teachers of this approved by or on cral government. Will Contribute Third It this Is dono tho federal govorp iof conciliation menUls Hilling to contribute- in places! Tho ward gives 000 as a where relief on any r Teachers Win Salary Increase Minimum for Teachers With Experience FOHT WILLIAM, "Dug. illture' ,upou" uiieihpldrmcnt -'relief oil .doliflr-for aiiil it ready to proyide to the Its'ability." Assurances of this nature were gUen h> Premier Drun list night at a conference ot cmploj ers and tlbor men it the parliameul lldlngsj.-biit so far.as a cbinprchcu- sive way with 'tho problem of uneni ployra.eiit. is concerned. Uie conferenco nag without result Representatives I of the CanSlllan Aianiifacturcrs' Assoc Put Workers On The Land opnallonv siTch'a _____ niartial law. Wttlon of Ireland Scheme to Relieve Labor and Cost of Ln ing-Problems in Onlario_ TORONTO, Dec lo As i perma nent mcastire to relPve tho problem m urbin centers andjthe coat ot IMng C minister of public t committee and iho three hours, -ftltho.it one reallj useful icing made to Iho I pro5ent other th.n thai of ,n R o tri X J, 'K S' sal 1 that so Jenl mlnh cltv was settled last night by a board l question v Ith labor members of tin, Another conference may bo ca.led nnj lho of tho Premier Farms Need Hundreds TORONTO i hrgo Independent Labqr party and. all bod upon thtf and feasi- n-Kin wnero rcllef on any suhslantiil to teichcrs Just through normal tuen willed at the govern- i, AINU JAl AN, appears to be necessary', one third to learners with prcv employment olHco here -vcster Uho amount nctuilly dlsbursc'l on this ions Experience iinci places tho mini lday 'or nn to reglitor for goS relief provided the other two-thirds ts mum ;at all wo-nea teacherswork or tor what ho vicious and either paid by tho .municipality or crate effort to stir tip trouhla between inld by the- municipally and the fiat lanaii and the tiflftod States' Klbert Inco jointly mc''1 la- a tornblo metiaco to tho ngrlcuHurnl lho of of to nlildo bflhe judgment haVlng'-hamlcrt In reelgnitlons re'let f-i to ipnointment ot tho conciliation! froirtjVarious strtioils ofomarii bcArd, to be reinstated. Both aides Industry, Mlsrt .Cora Hind of AVinni- peg addreesod the meeting on Thurs- day on the subject ot 'Turning va Cant lands into pasture" Tho er satd that in course of her long travels throughout .the three :pralrlp provinces, sho-'liad found there wore acres of them lands knee and walet Jeep In tumbling mus tard and Russian thistle, and the pity of the the fact that Iriany, of tho, settlers regarded .matter, with In d If terence. Miai Hind was appointed A ,teo of one to draft and bring in a resolution to tho convention. Shi Batt the was terribly Impress by tho weed menace, parlfcularly In Southern Alberta and In tha Bouth- Vestern portions of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS LONDON, Dec. stock ex- change hero will be closed December 25 asd 27 and January 1, United Statea Steel corporation, de dareil in hore !ast nl policy la embodied in a letter addrafs- _________..... cd by Senator iJob'rlson, federal oilrt at the aniiuaT dfnncf df the Japan Soc ister of labor, to lion Walter Hollo, Icty'of New that should (he two minister of latinr for Ontario A copy nations clash lieoplfc of this coun of tho letter was toiay handed ffl 0 try will be more f6 blame than Ibo people, of Japan DR, CHOVVtf DECLARES JAPANESE ATROCITIES IN KOfcEA HORRIBLE TOHONTO, Dei. W -ftsr f' D Chown, general superintendent of the Methodist Church In Canada, hah Just returned nn eitenstve trip to Japan, China and Korea, said lordly in an Interview, that there was ample'justice for the of the Presbyterian In "Korea against the Jajuinfao there Dr, Cbowa ia'Jiuoled as sartng that some ot tbe things he hfmaeit had teen were too horrible io mention, and not many, bellove such things possible. Canada's Warships Arrive Tuesday OTTAWA, Dee rot next Tuesday rhornmg at sIx'o'clMk. A Wlfelew received the ment.of Tiaval service from ..erulMr1 Aurora th'e effect this .ships weni'tf Bermuda ynterday where they will take on A message states definitely that tho ships will arrive at Hill- fax c BREAD FALLS IN U. S. mfSBTJHG. Doc. avcrag? o.ul of 'one and one-half cents in the price.of bread.Is announced by n ma- jority of lho wholesale bakers here, tjnder'.the new price; standard loaves 11 17 cents will be: 10'cents and 13 cents. The new price-is within tho pre- prices. froTn rraern '16 who were' In attendance nt tho li. F. 0. convenllon state'il'Ih.tt hundreds of men rotihl Oe platfcrl on farms It the) was stajefl Utat seVcral experienced 'arnf hands had refused lo go put ot hft cfty, when' ojtcrcd. poslllona by farmers. Work Planned details of which had worked however. Secretary Marks quoted Premier Drury as saying' Dial the Vrtt'hd'ra-n'ai'of units'' fr6m Cbrk has been buj the military commlsblon'mvestigatmg the origin of the fires In that city Saturday night aiid Sunday has BO-t as >-ct made public Its findings General Strickland is head of the- commission and It SMms of arriving alia -verdict bas been more difficult than was at'first expected: DE VALERA SAID TO BE ON HIS WAY HOME Eamonn De Vaie'a, who titlo of of the fepu'i- lie' Js reported to be on his way to Ireland from America, uhero he has been for nearly 18 months Tacit uer mission for his return lo Ireland is understood lo have been given by Premier L-lojd George in a letter to the. flew Michael; president of the Sinj Fein Discussion of-.1 triico in- Ireland, pending a settlement of difficulties there is- declared to be proceeding; but there, arc no indications negotiations have reached'a stage. -t Th'o Brillsh labor has.Iieon called into conference for December 29 at which time It Is piinned to atari a rational danipaisn to about peace ii; Irolaiul. LLOYD GEORGE'S HOPE FOR XMAS PEACE LONDON', Doc. siutfercly tho premier said today, "lhal as the: oiilcomo of the activities 'of." all men of peace'and.good will; tiiii rpllc> of Ihoso seek to attain their polillcal'onda by vloieacO'-VU1 be finally abandoned and the people of Irchml will be freo to return tji Inoso cons-tltullonal mcthdds' by which aiono their a'SpIra- lions can bo attained I am heartily Hi one with >ou In hoping that the coming season of Christmas will allay tbe pissions whicu are the present hideous and unChrlsuin strife and so pivo the way for frank peaceful (IlsciVasions wlth'-Vthe ttoiilil provide ft sol itfou of the cost clcclcl, of the people, of living One of Ihe dlfflcuilfcs In whlch are to a juai arti! to> procuring farm Iibor Is f ,o lick 80ttlenienl" f lirojicr housing ,inti r, -noiiMW rniiMnir proper housing 'hp "hn a clearing of the right of way for. and N'orlhcrn 'Ontario' Railway (o a polut 25 miles. north of Cochrane, the prop cnt- terrnlhiu toj be started Al though nothing furthor could be learn ed than tho nnnoimdement by prem ler Dmry last night at a meeting In Queen's It Is evidently lho in tentloit to go nhead with lho full con Blrnctlon of tliW new section as tho suld that it vent Into im- iXirtanti pulp and timber sections i, j rt __ SEVERf 'QUAKE R ECO ROE IT' Die, The cevafttt tarthquake In two years li now being recorded on the at Georgetown Unl versify. j f c, FIRE IN NEWSPAPER MOM TON N U, PLANT IS Ffro whtcli broke out In ;lhe Ilio Dally Times oftlca at 10 o'clock last n'lshl rt'il (Tamagg. The loss Is povercti. by. Insurance. _ OTTAWA i TO OALVESTON, TEXAS since November 1L CLARE 'COUNTY COUNCIL REPUDIATES 0 FLANAGAN DUBLIN', Dec. 'Clnfo county council, loday passed a r'esolit- ion repudiating tho Venuftst of Hev.'Michael O'Flanagon; reaffirm- Ing its alleeiance In the Ml Kirci'nn, confidence will 'lead Ihe peonle lo a free aridufifit- loreil republic' and declaring that Dall Btreann alone Is entitled to hego- tlate peace between the Irish rtnd thP MrUlsh h> 6AMON MAGNER 8MOT BY IWSANE CADST i, DUDLW, offldal report- from Dublin Castle on the shooting" yesterday of Canon Magner, parish priest of Diinmanway, county ftys the (he ton nf er nanied CfowtrTt were'Bhol by a under arrest The Is reported to be insane the oflcUl slilflmeht says. T' A London .'dispatch oi Wednesday telling! of the killing of Canon Mpiei1 said that two had Wt-ir kitt- ed al the sanio tlmf i ;