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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL PAGE VOLUME MV. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920 NUMBER 7, IB Capital That Are Good Prospects Bonds Will Be Purchased BONDS OFFERED ON BASIS (Special The Herald) EDMONTON, Dec. 18 Consider- able interest Is being shown In gov- ernment circles ID the likely bid- ding for Lethbridge Northern Irriga tion bonds No, indication6 hare yet come to band as to tbe probable de- mand (or these bands in the outside mone> market, since the tenders aro iiolito be opened until January It is not'expected that anything defin- ite as (0 the success of the issue -will be kiiown for another fortnight. There 'is IB growing feeling, how- ever! thit Irrigation debentures, older t-hfr AS now offered to the in vesting BUUlIc are good buying, and tbe prospects for ealo are accordingly resarded as much bet rter Inan'Jhev'possibly would have faiv months ago t Houses Inquire Interested'inquiries Into the termi amd conditions of the irrigation issue wero made by several of the bond dealers' who in tho. capital at tbe time of tho recent and It was then pointed out by some of tbeso bond men that the Lethbridge bonds were be'hg offered on a basis quite different from that with which the money market had been familiar In .sales, across the line. When Tits" f act !s generally recognized and the CetKbridge Northern prospectus has been examined Jbc nond deal 10 whom it 4aa -been' sijr.t, ft' R9 CjaWTlse tp'offir.lalB most ctose- with the'ttndgrtaking K tome; bids-are forthcoming Ironi buyers'-despUo Farmers Figii For Line Ikt ween bmond-Bladae New Regulations For Ontario Civil Service CIVIL SERVANTS MUST NOT ENGAGE IN OTHER >WORK HOURS A STAFF NURSE.vnu. VISIT AND MAKE A REPORT OH EMRCNf3 ABSENT FROM ON ACCOUNT Of ILLNESS JutlMd Dispatches Stir ifp Much Bitter Comment In Old Mass Meeting at Milo Demands Construction by C. P. R. as Charter Eight Yean Old CALGARY. of the territory between Blackle and XjQmond held a huge mass meeting at Mtlo Friday afternoon and de dared their Intention of .carrying a demand to the high officials of the C.P.R. for- completion of the Iximond branch to Blacile next spring season There worn about 300 present A delegation will be named to meet Mr. Coleman, at a confer- ence in Calgary If this the go The district hu produced two mil- lion of wheat this year, The has had the charter for and Fred Davin, I, A Gleichen, .said Uie tlffio had'passed when rallwaii could get charters only to sell land without bunding the Uoe j 'T. S-Acheson represented the C P S and glad to re Coleman that the mitte? be Uken up with iirectora He sald'WjfaTored tuUdlag a stub- line but did not think .company build, Hirough from a while, anithere was K strfn, of what he called napro country west of tamoot A. J McLean supported the novemenrpf'the farmers, and Pred Davis said tho fluty of the Dominion government to seo that the prom toen of tho railway company jiTed up to WANT EMBARGO ON SECURITIES LIFTED VANCOUVER, Dec 18-The Bond Dealers' association of British Colura Wa has endowed a resolution recent- ly hy tha Toronto Bond Deal eri' association, asking minister of for Canada, to lift the em forgo against (ho Importation of for securities and Canadian lit held abroad. T tt LEAGUE ADJOURNS OFNBYA, Dec IS first assembly of the League of Nations whlcli has beiyi In ses- sion .here-since November 15, adjourned its Mssi.ons at 6 clock thU evening 'Aii- Eopiated the' leading newspapers today many co- iumnc gite popular ex, positions by professed nival eiperte, most ,'of landsmen'; however, of the Jutland'dispatches, issued yester- daV, editorial cdnnnent pretty general- ly admits that the dispatches are too voluminous ohd add very much to theckverage layman'! know- ledge 51'- The Times Bays' Immediately .more Important lessons to be gath- ered as to Britain'sjfuture naval po licy The Mall thinks the only UBS Jelllcoe to have for battle- ships was to beep them under glass Most commentators, however, avoid talcing sides with (he conOIclIng schools of oplhidn'on the tattle The Daily Chronicle, chief coalitionist or- gan, emphasizes the number of points at which the German ships were in- dividually 'Bnperio? 'Their ba'tls- Bhipswere mu6h_Setter armored, their firing wai extraordinarily good, "their system 01 superior to "-'Hyf- -4 onrs, their speeds tamed out much higher than we had reckoned and their organization for night fighting surpassed ours in practically every respect, says the Chronicle. It con5 tinues t'These were the factors which on-1 abled them to inflict so much ioss_ou a superior enemy They really, call for investigation" other critics emphasize thug revelations from the Jullan'd.'papers Dally Independent organ, says 4 II "The main of Jutland wasp the surrender of ,the German 'fleet Jellicoe kept his fleet Intact and in EO keeping it, he kept tho mastery ot the seven seas" If he had forced the fighting dttr ing those dark hours, in the North, Sea he might have won, but England's greatest weapon against Cieruiany would certainly: have gf lev ous loss, and the best tribute (b his judgment. be fouhdrin'the :fa'cl that the Germans never ventured out again: They knew after June' 1 that; they wera beaten at sea. Detroit United company announc- ed yesitrdiy Janu- ot Itt metomtcn and 'eeirJoetors would'be poV slblj ar much as 20 per IThe ''reason given Was that the company tosing money. Action tjould aeon, it wurBdttal to obtain a hlaher rate of farelpian ''the six cents now prevailing. Quakes' Reported From (Many Widely, Separated Places Severe TWENTY-TWO KILLED IN ALBANIAN VILLAGE KILLED IN ACCIDENT WILL DATE OF BECOMING LAW IS NOT FIXED AS YET ROME, Dec. earthquake shocks have, completed the dwtruc- Ion of the'Albanian village ot Tepe Ini, 32 miles.southeast of Avloai. ac cording to reports from Brindlsl Twenty-two persons are known to have 'lost Exact .details of tho situation" hate not been learn- ed owing to the interruption of com municatlons between Avlona and the 'etrlcken Serious earthquakes oqcurred in the'TerSelinl district cnrlv this an area of forty square belnV and many villages Tedriced ft rains AdVicei state that Commander Pag- inSf his, two daughters, 17 sailors non-commissianea officers lost of Saaor.o. Bay of when latest1 eafjbquaia occurred. The tremor was accompanied by a tidal wave and burled tha housftTin which the commander Ihed It is said that, the hospital on the Isl and ot Saseno has1 disappeared In.Chlll Chile' Dec dls received fr'omi ,the provlnce'cof VaMtva, says -that tho volcano Vlllarica is discharging flame and UYa and that the earth tremors in that region continue ,f A sawmill 'injthe forest district southeast of Pncon disappeared under a mass of earth and sfonea i The Turbid rher east of Lake Vjl larlcaTis emptying into a groat earth fissure' from which columns ot eteam arfjrepotted fiTbe Issuing tS-JStroSg H J. H. BKEITH Who was killed fin nn automobile accident'': north'. pt_LCoinmerce early Saturday IS KlfffiN Accident Northjof Sand Drift' Was Cause- Was Run Over I WAS FORMErTMESIBER OF, THE CITY COUNCIL 1 t c. t A mol Skeith can ,be north In company with they t'tv whesf'tbe IXJNDOK. Dec. the mended Irish hoine rulo biH reached tie house of commons from the house f" thts. afternoon. It vras an- nced by Sir Laming Worthlnfton- for the ministry, that accepted the proposid framed iv tho upper house regarding the council. This removed the only. cutatandlng alfterence bstween 4 the and indicated speedy tCbption'ofthe-bUI. "V The house of lords last ntght agreed r> Tirtually all the amendments: ot lio bill mado byvthe house "of com mons, only to provide that the Irish council should not bo elected by proportional representation' anil that lord lieutenant unpaid etaln the right of nominating' (ho irosldont of tho council AMENDMENT r- BY COMMONS LONDON, Dec eommous oday amended tho fordi' prpposal ,hat if either area inolreland refused iO sol up a parliament tha executiro not make the olfer, a second .Imo unless within'two louses of thn Hritish parliament past 3d a resolution asking for it Oa mo lion ot the government, ths_, housu lapsed an amendment by a vote of 17S o 12 reaklugJlho time ears after 1 next V bill this afternoon was ed to the house ot which "wflK consider It OF HtoiMO JS farmer Calls Recount Off Argentine Lifts Wheat Embargo OTTAWA, Dec. department of trade hat received a cablegram from Buenoe an- nouncing that .the Argentine gov- ernmeitt the export cmbirgo. The tmbargo on Im- In fftllowlng 'labor trouble tnd ajitatlon over 'the high eoit of Jiving, Subse quefitly, of wheat vrae UitstHuted far the em- lupgo, and, H It presumed here that the eibie the re- moval of the lurtix. Job Lewis Again Miners' President Dee, 18. returni from'jll over >nd the United In- dicate the re-elecflon of-John L. Lewli president at the United Mine of'America ever Robert H. Hartirt, of Waihlngton, to a statement Inusd from l.nterriillonj'l today. 7 HAVANA, Dec 18--Reports from the steamer SaH i'ablo, O'nlled company Knog which tint aground it the entrance df Havana harbor fast Tuesday evening', thdVsacl is in a prtScinoiis condition, High Tariff By U. States WASHINGTON, Dec. its flrtt step toward enactment of. an emergency tariff the house and mtant committee today tentatively nareed to place high Import duties on wheat, corri, weoi'am! wool cWhlng, betni, potstoet, punuts, 'onions, ihtep and'.cittle ahtf mutton liid' lamb OFFER B. C. GOVERNORSHIP TO NEWSPAPER MAN TORONTO, Dec. Evening Telegram today'publishes ing from an Ottawa correspondent: "Waller .C. Nlcol, editor and pror prietor of the Vancouver Daily. Pro vlhce, has been offered the lieiitoiinnt- governorship of British Columbia; vice Lieut. .Col, Hon. B. .d. ceased If lip accepts he will bo olio of-a very; ,the. tb snch a high office, never hav ing been an active participant In pflli tics After going to British Columbia from Ontario, whtm lie filled editor lal poslllors In Hamilton and don, ho has conducted a politically strictly independent SEVEM MEN DROWNED CHAftLESTOWN, W. Va, Deo. employees of the U, 9, naval ordnance plant, Were drowned when a skiff In which they wire crossing the Karnwha River overturned at Sofmg Hilt, near here. Riven 1 rtscued, .j.. 'WINNIPEG, It bfecame obvlolis latj yesterday that-; no material change' could be. made In result of the mayoralty., election of December 3, 3 j Farmer, the unsuccessful labor candidate, In Interests, au re-count' had been requested, intimated to -Judge Dawspn that he re-count abandoned The judge gave his assent. The re-count had been demand- ed to''reconsider eait 'but rejected by the deputy return- X The'Question of assessing will be decided today. iloza, Argentina, at 2 57 o'clock yes J ferdav .afternoon and th.ey were re- peated at S.ZSTo'clbck, a dispatch recelvcdjhore.i A Mcndoza City Shaken BUENOS AIRES, Dec "Vfendoza City ivaSj shaken yesterday afternoon (at 3 o'clock by" which was quite violent 'and lasted thirty seconds' 'The'tremor was repeated with less intensity half an hour later No detjtfls as to r- happinoEB, mv hon-l Herb Skiidi flag always (o tli est> have Said Mayorffore in athletics, prominent In hcrosso. oiirdiig, 'reposition Framed by of Lords Proves AcrepUbVe to (he Commons CHfllBTfc AS' DAY f i, EWYORkr Vulera.-president or tha 'TrttKjreiiubv come out of retlremlS-JCmts Vorh City, tb hlt'secrttary, ceenlly denied reporfj De Valera had left for.Oreit Britain i i TRYING TO EFFECT i RESUMPTION OF TRUCE i DUBLIN Dec is reported lhat negotiations .for a trade between the military authorities and the Irish Republican .army; actually begsntlast week, but Interrupted by the; Cork'Bres 'Intermediaries nov are" trying to effect a resumption of GOVERNMENT WILL FIX V DAY FOP. "HOME RULE" I-ONDON, Dee. tbi open- Ing of Ihojdebate on the rUl? bill In the honso of lords today, Baron BIrkenhead, tho lord chancel lor, intimated that an agreement might be reached on most of tha amendments, to the tilt that the government ing control ot "the when tho bill becomes operative SYMPATHETIC MANIFESTATION FOR CANON MAGNER CORK, Dec.' 18" was a sym pathetic manifestation yesterday at the funeral of Canon Magner, who waa shot by an auxiliary police Wednesday The requiem mass was conducted by tho Cork'and 140 priests participated Many clergy men of other denominations' ntlciKjcd, A mllltiry inquiry, Instead of an inquest waa held after the fuderai, oat 'he finding has not yet Veen an> nounced. CM; >a imrt! ;cu, saiu ,u? Church In announcing his ncllou ainst tb? and how they pro po-o 16 tafeo ovca tllal nio, from ARK IT IN RED SO, De6 unusual happening was recorded in Winnipeg tthen'fiir tile fourth tlmo In 20 jcors thc.cnrly iijorning court docket und golf Hf a fine barllono Robert Donald ;Victim of Htert Knows Local Family (Special to the HeralJX CAUJARy, Alta., Dec. DonaW, for tea years a dropped- dead at -his re- cently established home in Calgary Friday afternoon. Mrs. liatf gono chopping and .on. her- rettfrn' found Mr Donald aead on basement floor. He-had for ccmn Heart failure his death Ho leaves Mi widow and four daiiirhlen' nd bridge, Mrs H T em, Oregon, Mrs Carl I eihljrhK'e, and Miss Al'fe, The famlH came from IffoU fobs ten ago. f i voice f.nil spfeare'il on ttia conceit pmlform on man, oicaslons Mr Skeith was a of Corn nail, Out, wliero ho was born (it 18S5 His pafcnta both dead T B SkeMb, merchant, and R B Skelth firmer, New .arc uncles bf lia Ho was I a member of tho MnsWifi, order, PARIS FREEZES LETHBRIOOE ENJOYiUS SUMMERY ferlng frbm an Cold thei'mometers iyl districts showinfi 11 abcvo zero Fahrenheit. J" ;