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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDfTlON y.OLUMEXIV. Twenty-Two FIRST SECTION LET ALBERTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1920 FIRST SECTION- "THE ZERO HOUR" Total Decrease in 1920 Retetad Cattle Population Slumps U. S. BUYERS ARE NOT TAKING OUR CATTLE OTTAWA; Dec. (Can. PKIS.) heavy decrease in Canadian ei- pbrls. of cattle and beef In .1920 ag compared with 1919 Is. shown in fig- ures siren out today by livestock commissioner or Canada. The 1920 figures, are, ot course, not yet complete; The decrease "in lire cattle exports Is 'nearly hundred thousand while the exports ot beet ihow a decrease of nearly teen million pbthas; -The departmental statement, says Tlio estimated decrease In cattle expressed In terins of -dead meats ''was approximated pounds, assuming that tho cattle mar keted in 1920 nere of equal weight and quality with marketed during 1919 The decrease' in exports ot beef 65. dead meats" amounted to The total decrease jn ox porfs expressed as meats, was there fore about pounds. U S Not Buying Tbjs condition of trade iras an out standing factor !u the movement to lower price levels during the past year The major part tha beef and practically all (he cattle exports were tpsthe United' States markets, the British market beijg a compara lively negligible factor The usually wide. American outlook -nas venire- slrjcled, to tlie indifference of the United, Statesleedcr, who had foi gotten tea heavy 'losse's sustained in trTpibreakiiij; tjietcattle market last spring Mcreoverj al times Our prices ol.Jlnc ulth'those On -Am encan markets condl tion of exchange was not full} cim JELLICOE GIVES NEW AND THRILLING STORY OF JUTLAND BATTLE Report TelU of Superiority of German Armor And Gun- Not Anxious over Realty's Advanced Posi- Signal of Whole Battle Never Reached Jellicoe, To onHSeOn Rule BID TRUCE PARLEYS PROCEED- ON SATURDAY More Truce Talk t in Irish Muddle; Secrecy Clowfe If Between Two Houses TVfiisJ or Bill WiHBel.ost j Tho figures follon Catllo population, for 13t3, to date, 1920 Public marketings, for ItW, to December 9, Total for 1919, to November 1, WO Exports alive; 53 1919; 157, i October 1, 1920. Store caltlo movement, 17S 140 for 1919, 148487 to December 1 1920 Exports as beef, pounds, GMS5.EOO 17 chapter was added to the comrovers% over the Ba'tUe of Jutland, Then the ad mlwlty, lodav published the eagerly awaited YdlumKof'alx hundred pages oa thfs crucial naval engagement con talning VJmiral Jellicoe 8 dispatch de dl. British aquaorpti commanders "'Admiral JeUiccVa, in his covering rjis. patchr 1816, declared he the ad ofuthe forces Bunder commander ot to heller ehect lhan the British compelled to Ihe opinion thai under night conditions, the British had much to.J.earn fro'M theGcrmans. j oBeatty, for 1D19, for 1920 Per consumption of beef; pounds; 59 pounds. 'Alberta Bone Dry About End of Jan. "Dry" Vote Returns Will Likely Gazetted Next 1 Then Comes Proclama- tion the battle cruiBor squadron, and that ii hen neatly sighted the en em) rftt tlo cruisers the vice-admiral ed the correct and only possible course engaging the enemy and endeavor ing to keep between tho enem) Ills base. There has h much controversy over tlie quesuon -whether Jellicoe should haio goao to assist ance when it appeared the battle was imminent. Cause of British Lessee The fads. which' contributed to tho British losses in tho battle, said Ad' miral Jellicoe In his personal reports were ndiffercnt armoi protecllon foi the battle cruisers as re gards turret armor and deck plating, together with the dlsadyanfage of the light condlilpn for! the" British. 'A disturbing feature of the. batllo cruiser Aumira! Jellicoe re ported, "Tvaa.thofactthat fivo German battle cruisers engaging ajx British vessels at wore able to sink.the Queen Mary and the Indefat- igable Where Germans Hid Advantage The German organization at night OTTAWA, Dec pfvthe alWry plebls cites In Nova Scoltai-.Manitoba, Al berla and Saskatchewan will prob- be gazetted it the end of next ireek When thla has been tak the duly will fall on tho federnl Korernment of determining a date 'af- ter which all importations of limior into tho dry .piovlnces for personal use will prohibited. In this regard it is likely that the take action under the sub aectton of the Canada Tem- perance Act applying; to districts In eklst; Under tho provlslpns Vof-Uhls sub-section, Iho prohibition -would come into flays dale ol the order-In- council, declaring siich prohibition. Tho are therefore like- ly tg hdcomo all dry about the end of January, was very continued the admir al, "and their sj stem of recognition o'l ish was practlcallj nil The liernian searchlights were superior and t Dec 17 of the house otforda, firrolv stood against Jte homo rule bill as uassed'sby house o'. commons, members of the overnight, it Is under arrange some serf of the aasorted this morning that the deadlock between the two for" Ire Uud, expressed v profound regret In the hoase of commons %esterda> at the death of Canon "Magner arid- Tim- othj at Uunmanvsaj He said that the cadet who hid shot them was IN custody NOuld bo court rnartialcd. "lu view ot thcs murder of this inno- cent priest and this innocent peasant Is the chief secretan prepared the cadets 'altogether'' added the premier, "because in any'futuie naval construction, I trust the dominions will take'atfair "That, Of COUrse. is Vei V im- demanded Joseph Devlin The chief replied plnticiily that !ie was not GIOLITTI TO CONFER .WITH LLOYD GEORGE Hi o _oavnei wniera ueciare uie ir _ _ will recede from IhcinpoailRra and that when the house oi it >ULhear royal'assent given tho meas lire--ana gee U placed in t tie statute Hope Next Ottawa GayL Is Farmer j Expression of Convention Dele- gates Shows Agrarian Move- ment is Very Strong Giolitli of Ital) will go to Lon doni (o wilh Premier Wovd Georgo during the .Ghrlslnias it" is an- iiouuccd nerc ,_ of the 'long drawn out discnsfeion and manoeuvre of parties accords in no iith assertions modo in'otrieriquir lore, Vhero it Is asscrtpH tliat ChcJ peers'whose votesicarried-.tlie' amend- ments In the liousevof lords will abco Intely refuse the bill In the form to nhich it has been restored ny the commons s TORONTO, annual convention of tho U.K. O.'caroc to a close this morning Perhaps the most Important result of tho conven. lion was. the expression-Of conflderice in the Urnry government. The success of the agrirlan move ment' in' pbllllcs in Ontario planted in all tho members of the U t V 0 the hope that the federal government will bo in the control oti 1 tho farmers This was apparent at least, }rom the yoluminona applause that greeted the" Ternaries of W. t.. S.rnith' this morning that a friend of his estimated there voiild ha no loss ttan farmers returned at the neit fs who Dominion election But suppose MONTREAL, Dec. Word has' just been received here that a serious train wreck has occur red ,ori the Canadian National Railways near Lake Laprairie, near Three Rivera. -Six cars are reported to be IrT the a brakeman been killed. No details are yet available. A Later Story THREE RIVERS, Quev Dec. In this city bail h ma only in the said Brotherly LoVe Among Empire Delegates To League Assembly Not Overdone As Voting Shows Vote Agaiiut Mother Country And Each Other More Often -Than 'Not GCNEVA Dec! For the firs' lime since tha sessions ot tho assem bl> of tho League of Nations opened herd Inst. night; Xhe'jCauadian delega lion torfay found support from the Distilling interests, it Is British delegation on a hre urging delay in. the Issno ot Ihe all dry proclamation BLAME BOLSHEVIK FOR STIRRING UP COMMUNISTS IN CZECHO-SLOVAKIA LONDON, Dec. (o Prague.dispatches' Issued hero on. be- half of the Czecho-Slovak 'govern. monf, Ihe communist movement hns been checked owing to .strong nctloii by the govi'rninfnt nhlch is c-rating successfullj- dvorywherc. Mar- tial, law has" proclaimed In'Mor- nvia. Many leaders of tho movement have been .arrested. .Tho strikes are Reported to be. In no wise general. An official report reaching London 'hs- crjbos tho'outbreak to Bolsliovlk In- trlgue; U; aw documents vero dis- showing some Czech communhts in thii RoIslieUl pay Vero.trying to make Czccho Slovnkiil t Russian question, when H6n W .pleaded-' Albania's.'Vcaiue, success- fully Albanlv cltcted n member of tho league nt this mornliigi ECS sl6n. Uurlug >C8lcrda> s voting the Brit iah Empire was divided :on .dearly, cv- co auestlon, Canada and" Fouth Af rlca voting agafrisl Ofcat Britain on the admission of Canada vot- ing against S6 u I hv1 Africa and Great Hrllaln regarding Armenia; and Aus Iralla abslalnlng when Iho application dJ'Bulfiaria wai lie foro Ihfl jdscmbb Imnicdhlel} the ojiening of (odn> B sossioii Ixlrd Robert Cccii althougii lo.tfiiike" ,a report on Iho admlailon Bf'Albanln to the league, took the flao'r ami declared ho disagreed the, renorl W the conr- mlltce oti the'.adniiesldn'-'' .of. '.now states, which to nc cording Albania ssk- ed the nssembly, toVcleclvAlbanla a rnemher. Mr. (tow ell then (ooVvilifi flrwr appealed lo Ihe assembly on Albania's belmlf, supporting Ixird Cecil's view point Afler Jlr ROB ell had conclud eel. II. A. Fish6r.of Great'Britain, told the tha' Although tho Brit Ish delegation hid agamst At banli in tho II hart sin'ce carefully sluiHcd the iiucstlon "and had decided to vote for her admission; Delegate Iimian of India dwell-up- on 'the excellent Impression the 'nil' mission of Albania would make upon Moh'amnichdans throughout tlic.world. lleno Vivian! of 1-ranee and Signor Schantzer o'f Italy rallied to the sup- port of Ihe Cecil proposition. -These factors broke down all opposition and Albania was elected unanimously The applications of the Ukraine nnd Ijichtftisleln, the Htllo Tyrolean principality, for membership In the league were rejected. k alifi ttnental rallna> LBte 1 nto the lake and': sonraar near Le I ft-e-ght cars fell other's went into .he dlfch A brakeman named Nelson killed, the) say Tho material lamagea are >ery high LIBERAL 1'ARTY BROAD ENOUGH TO INCLUDE ALL GROUPS SAYS N. S. MAN arid bis U.SJillHelpIn Construction of Deep Ship Canal em Then jou arc the "Withdraw1 Mr Devlin murderer.' This brought cries of from tlm': house. DISCREDIT REPORT, VALERA GOING HOME I LONDON, Decr 17 report that I arnnou De alera, is coining to Ene i land is discredited in official circles i Attention is called to'the fact that' he escaped from prison in 19l9 was "miuggled oui of'the countrj (FOUR POLICE ______ [KILLED IN'AMBUSH _ 1 DUBLIN Dec policemen Senator -nhena pa m itrol of eight ot them naS ambushed I Tells Toronto Audience that men U. S. in For Scheme' CROWN FORCES BLAMED FOR CORK FIRE Lp.NDON, Dec report ot TORONTO, Dec exposition! the labor commission's enquiry into of the vlqws of those in the Lnitedj conditions m Ireland was made public Stales the Canadian, commercial intelligence hnnch ot the-. deep bcherac >vas given in i the ournlng ot Cork arc unanimous In an address bj U S Senatoi Unrootjstating that the ilres wore caused lu Mrs. McDpnald Succumbed To Wounds Last In Jail Here The', Blalrmore snooting, In which, Mni O.. B. McDonald, was shot and serious- ly Bounded, at alleged, by an Ital -Decem' her 14th, tins resulted in the death of McDonald died lafct night, and an and postmortem will be hild'at Blairrnore today it it understood that made a dying lion before her. death: Ths man Vitto has been remov-. ed.from Brairm'dre, and has been brought to Lethbrldgef where he Is now in the custody of the pro vinclal police. {A charge of rnur der will be (odsed agamtt hinn of Wisconsin, at a1 lianciiet I last night Students of the subject ucros" the line, he sud thought then, vias onlj one v.aj to hrlug the At iantic to-the and.that was by deepening -the St.- Lawrcnce The project sliov-ld.lie considered a- a national said i tho senator. He asserted tint if tne oceangoing boats were on the lakes: today Canad- ian fnrmers would tyrc.nlS mil lion dollar? this jc-ar ;n me transpoi talion of the wheat rrop Says U. S Help "Fourteen slates banded'1 together h3 anj'os- spciation to put Iho Senator Lunroqt '.I-.When the time comes for action iho United congress pro- ject and will agree reasonable policy of cooperation( viith Canada OTTAWA, Dec.'n.-HBy Canadian .the- work which the lalo Sir Wilfrid.Laurler-has done Canadians lii an- address be fore the. Liberal. club of Ottawa last liobert D.: repre sentlng Halifax in the N'ova Scotia legislature, criticized the Melghon.ad, Jlo declared he. did.hot believe: In group government imlc the groups wore wltbln a party tho only party In Canada today cnoigh and broad enough 10 lake In IJifi groups that "ivere forminp, lib the Liberal .party. JAP TRIBUTE TO 1 GERMAN SCIENCE TOKYO. Dec." Two hundred pAtioie scientists will entertain the Herman ambassador- and.his' staff at a battquet tonight p.a a tribute to many's'contributions to science arid nit encouragement of -her future ef- forts v f for Its completion Regarding the financing of the scheme, Senator Lenrdot said. was conBdent a way would-bo found that voulil not treasury o! either.country to for principal and the onH appropriation would be the lnteresl..paymonts for crown forces'J results of the Inquiry were'oflV cialiy, presented .today, at a joint.meet- ing of the national executive Qiidlthc liarliamentarj labor party anrt il wni decided that a connnittco on the premier to urge further efforts for t> truce in Ireland. Although the queslion of re prisals dlsciiiscd most of the time was given.over to Ihe: situfitlou in Cork 'and the possibility ot: peace. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS HAVE BEEN RESUMED DUBLIN, Dec. negqlia- llons have been.resumed in Ireland, It is leadied tonight on good audio; It is. difficult to .ascertain; the Hues oil which, the intermediaries'are operating owing to the reticence o( all engaged; but it is high church dfgnllarics Inclddlni; Archbishop Cluno ami the Bishop of KUlaloe, '.-.are. prominent among those coutlnulng their efforts tu bring about a ment. "i'.: The Associated Press is informed that Arthur Griffith, the.Sinn'Kein leader, ffillbe given safe conduct to attend the meeting of the Irish :par- Ihe first few payments I ifunicnt or any conference In Ireland rs An or England concerning peace ItXls would lie returned in -later year objection had lieen jaised said NO WORD OF BALLOON CREW NEW YOflK, Dec.' Xav.il officers at H6ckgway 'r Point naval air station'arc still wKliont advlco regarding the v whereabouts of the free balloon wKlcn left slaUou 6n day laffernoon three offl clly, I 3AU not accept or convey lo Uio relatives of the. murdered'csnoa.'Magner." JUSTICE NEVVLANdS TO BE Of SASK. Si FARMERS LESS WINTER WHEAf to receive 'Ihe appointment'6f; lieutenant- governor ot aaskatchcMan This Is staledilodoy in well in Mrc'ea 'rh" npportt ment will ho' oflltlallj irtndo Some llmo .during1 tho prescut Meek 'f