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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDITION TWELVE PAGE VOLUME MY LETHBR1DGE. ALBERTA, JIONDVk, DPCCMBLR 27, 1920 DUMBER 'Canadian Immigration Chief in London, Tells-Emigrants to "Soft Ped.il' BUT THOUSANDS ARE ANXIOUS TO COME Tfrlt c. (Canadian 4s apciatcil; Prest'J'jrC'ol. Obed Smith, of tie Canadian .immigration office here, has in the earnings against emjgrjl on to Canada. at the present time llo sajs bo his [or months past bepu using the "oil pedal in this connfCiioii and points out} town xvorXeis esptclallj should not ne ad iced io go tp Canada now Bin Immigration m Sight Det n T ramll h mejLham In an interview v said will the big cf iramlgrat 08 Into this j lint; has ever hcwi seen 3 J laat In Euglaud the Sal has appHtatlaiis from t luusaad wlKhPri to CIH O Canada thtro ten thousand ei uhrt enzlous to come to 'would be. brought Mrs Farrell under the ita porlal goverunieut laud settlement Schema He added that It was thought in Lngland that the Canadian injmt gration regulations erjuinng an lamt grant to ?'oO roiild be con slddrablv: relaxed Hid' spring. II I Editor of Sunday School Times Hit To rpn astor He is a -Tells of Tokio S S, ''Conference TOJJCivrO Dec That the edl School Jn the United Staler aftd'dr culatcd in Canada t fanatic; and am.: that his dangerous j .lo the progress of Curl lian miss'onarj work in China and ;sc c the statements of-Hcv. Dr- F.-'Lewis Bar' her; Claire Avenue-Meth- odist church.- In the course of- his serihon'.Iast .iifghl..; ..Dr.- TVas a Ctn-id.au tho recent Sunday schaol convention1- at '.loUo WTa discussing ttio JuslKtci tion _llhD homing when (.he ot the Japanese roralllcs wero. itrpschtcd hort time, in view of the scant altent.ion paid to it bv tho newspapers. .V'UijS embassy It T.'as regarded with intense Interestj as well may be imagined but obviously also there is nothing official Trhlch Mie cm VALERA Portland Firm Couldn't Pay For Edmonton Bonds Cli'aractcrizlng the measure as an j uassy can lio -ritH'-reg'ard o Morris Who Capital City Bonds, Close Odicc PORTLAND, Oregon, Dec. 27. PresO-r-Morri.j ere, bond brokers with headquar- ters here and. branches in ?San... Francisco, Seattle and Tacorfla did1 not open thejr Portland Cftice'fpr-: attorney for She firciri, house would be closed "pending completion of an audit" been In progrcsVfor two -dcyiV V. The firm of Morris one of the largest bond houses operating on ths Pacific 'It." was established more -tha'h. 25 years ago. The House has cfcec- iallied In municipal bends, and 3 large-recent operatfon In thfs lln'o: .was the advertised purchatt of bonds .of, Edmonton, Canada, ito the amount of These- bonds have been marketed lively throughout the northwest among Ahnerlean Investors. Perid- ing delivery of the bondo 'City of Edmonton, Interim certifli cates were given to purchasers. When from'Edmohtin last week, according to Morris and tKe clearing it found 'that not enough funds were In Morris Brothers', treasury to pay fof-'the bonds to the amount of which certificates were, outttand- bljtrlct Attorney W. It. Evan's Is- suerita warrant for "the arrest of John li. l.elherldgc former presldent'of Morr Tifolhcrs, on a charge' of larceny fn .connection with failure' to redeem ah. certificate for six per cent." bonds. .EfdnVontort. papers just tovKand todaV'told about tbe sale'involved "Ih'Vne-above Item, stating that'at rate'of exchangevEd- rr.b'nje.n had matle ori .the VS. OF A. STRIKE, A ?6AR OLD IS CALLED OFF GLACE BAY, N. S, ,Dee. which has been-In op-, oration at the. M Into Coal com- the past; year has been called off by the U. M. 'vvh'o'Vwere taken from the mine a'rjif given employment at some of th'sVother throughout the-'-" province at the time the declared, can row, if deslter''returnV'o ih'tlr .arrived tftllvefithe ninfef.'i '.Yfr.rri'ei'.plafcei of, err.pjoyrrient. __ bill anj a shocking p oposi tiqn to restrict Lnitcd States com mercev '.Senator" Hllchcock'-' of Ne- braska.' acting Jbeniocratlc leader, pro- posed thai the bill Instead of being referred measure to Iho finance comnnlleo bo sent lo llio charged IbAt lbe; Hep proposed to measure, praclic- ally cpnqlderition Se'iialbr1 Hitchcock said tho bill's policy was suicidal Its purpose lo erect tariff bar "'raise said ho. acting Democratic leader. "At of- all .others, Ihe country ugnt not ,10 raise larlff barriers against any nation in Ihc world. Wo nation and must have tnarkel for our surplus ttint need aboro :ill felse is to do business with- pthprrnations, not lo raise' lartff jarrlers .to prevent other nations 'rom paying ..part-of their debts with i.sir 'produgts.' fienntop MtCumber, chairman of the nnanci) contending tha'l tbo-'bill did not propose an em .wheat, said Hist its actual aguliul Canadian when tlie difference In exchange was cotiildcr'eil, was but 3 1-2 cents n bushel. Game '-Tjhjs. jaea -of protec.llng tlie wheat Srow.erj.by Senator coclC'replletl, "Is either a delusion a snare, or, n gold brick Wlifit' tlie American wheat grower wants is.credit, and wide niuii trade. He J snot-going Id- be (his gold brick Itnl 'ii him.1' Seiialof. Hilclicock salrl Canada was ono of Iho best.cnslomera.of Ibo linit buy Ing twice as mucli as sold tho I7iiltctl" Slates. Senator Mcfjumbei' replijd tbat nparly.'tho ehtlreyCacadlan ;Kiicat stir- .plus cOniinS'io Ibis country af. thi sathe'tiriio'wien wo are trying to fin'il a market (of the top of the bar- :he .we are draw' Ing.off'o'ur surplus from the boltoin.' Australia Commends flui a high official of the gov Fein President IBsapploihlii Friends in States By His "Hctmng DIDNT APPEAR OVER CHRFSTJIAS SEASON NEW YOHK, Dec. Kamonn Do dent of tlie Irish republic" whr> been in ludins since if not appear here todiv to dplivci tlie first-of. a series, of udtlresses which bad been -announced for tho purpose of spreading Sinn Fcin'propa- ganda: This Information-and tbe'ncyv: that Ue is nearb) was inwiP known yesterday by friends they liis whereabouts .and arc constantly in touch Svitb him There Is reported to hi considerable uneasiness in Sinn Vein circles here al the conlinued absence of De yalcra. His secrelary, Harry promis- ed lhal Ihe.missing nui a n gn oraciai 01 me gov ernment of Australia di i not Rel so appear ,.ay ta hampered by diplomatic red lapo and besides he wKs'-iiot at all'embar- rassed ATigloiJaBanese-1 treaty. Moreover, he that the feel- ing in New Zealaftdja'nd Canada was precisely slmilarv'fo' the feeline in Aiistrnlta f.r.d. in'.lbe'. Tinlled.; Slates with'regard-to ;So, be- Idoh advanced by Senator Ixiilgeto be a sple'nclld sblntion of the whole lilltlcuHy. .fie 'wrote to Mr. Lodge, of a league of Unglish-speaklng nations whoso .boundaries touch the.Pacific. his' diEappeafaiico. :hes of "The Fr'ie'n.Js''6f Cardinal Gibbons Is Very Had a Very Bad Night On Saturday Dec. Cardinal. Gibbons was re- ported to be resting easier last nlglit, he had a. very bad night Saturday. His condition was not improved" today. Unemployment In Calgary Before Alta! P yuletidc passed, withput [lie arrival of this promised Christmas present to the Sinn-Fein enthusiasts, and Ihc caiicellaliou of IECI! appearance lias added-lo tbe mystery.' Do Yalcra had occupied n largo suite of rooms in.one-of New York's most expensive hotels. .A fbiv days 'after (he arrival of Kwiiicy fn Ihc clly ho led. Kiid his whereabouts hava since Been a myslcry. several braiiche Irish Freedom" have .passed rcspfj- tlons {lemaiiiiing thai: the 'nib.iiey (liiired by the sale of "Irish repiifilicj'- bonds in the United Slates befsent-'ip Ireland tin On According Valera's ..friends, who claim to know vfhcre he "president" is In hiding at the rc'tiUest pf his iihy.siclan, who resides In I'hlla- (lelphlci. 'They decline, to give .the physician's name. ileut" was near a nervous -collapse1, tho friends say, and was to j lalio .a complete rest 'Therefore- -he went Bpland.colild'not bo found'early loJay; After tlie party wltlidrev.- from Iho, splendor of Iheir former hotel, Boland'tjct up his Read- quarters in a less pretenloiis hostelry. !fo left ilils hotel last night and early this morning he reported lo be "out." He loft no Information with, the hotel clsrfe. Stewart, and Hcof.JA. re- AT 115 tfEAKS OF AGE BOUND TO GO HOME AND DO THE DASHES ceived a morn. Irfg urging assisdHfce-.vuS.ibohalf of 150S men now out of empjoynicn' Th" gcrfeniinent is willing tp begin vo-k on the. n6w inzlftuf'j of there and let the'illy of Oalgajy dls Iribiite Iho Worktnon fhe generil unemployment siiiiiUon as applied I) Alberta will bo (ikcii Ip" by the gov crnmetit at a council nfceUng Tucs CHICAGO, Deo, Sa'rah .Quinn, says'She Is years old, .declared today the'was "as- well as usual" aftey being nearly asphyxiated yester- day. Che U believed to have ab- sent-mindedly blown out the. gat stove hour after King revived in a hoipllil she insisted] dn going home to "do the ;