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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOON EDITION TWELVE PACES .VOLUME XIV: L5THWIDGB, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2S, 1920 NO QHANGE FOR QUEBEC CABINET Press Strongly Urges Britain, U. S. and Japan to Revamp Program REL1JEVE PEOPLES1 OF GREAT BURDEN ION DON Dei for Gpeut Britain, Japan aud the United Slates to curtail natal eipenJlturei by mnt igrcement ner.e featured bv a of 1 oadon newspacers this tiiuiniug In following this course the newspapers give expression .tq the anilely which has .p'revalled h'ore since Xbe receipt ot reports of Ihe States anxietv which may be. traccil to the assumption It tho Unites States big navy. Great Britain must MONTREAL, Dtc. the foundation of whlth vista, of keen to the, that luve dlt- In the rmldtii L A Mr wat In the cKy wh- atked about thf matter aald that thcra are ta eMngn In the fni Inclil csAhwt, that tho provincial a, happy and united fantyr oon m1 i jc t NEARLY OVER, GIRLS f- VTornJng Post laments that pol ttlcians In'the United States havo A moment when the war tlntc Mlo-f jhiji. pf the British and United Stales navies, and the 'cbSralrons courtesy of American "seamen" have imjtcd the services of the two nations ,to declare, in effect tho British navy Is a potential menace lo The hewapaper complains in this connection of. the cescntial contradlc tion American, politics and Amerilan practice Could Marntain Peace Professing question the right of the United to bnlld as largo, a navy as she tblnts proper, x.anrl ajlriltfing the United Stated can afford to build the biggest navy in the -TTorM vrhllo Great Britain cannot, the Post contends tail 'HhS conclusion of arrangement between tbo tingled 8fat38 jjritaln would do more to establJBh and maintain the peace ot than plan copcjlvable urges ceiit nueraneei Borah .sad, other Atdtrlcan; encosraga the that arrangementv fcj no: JblB.; BOrden Another plea for an agreement be- tween Japan and Great Britain io voiced by the I3all> News which urges that_the. interval between the present cement and tie, Inauguration oj President-elect Ward 1. ing should ba utilized in jitter men oi tbe three countries fir Educate the nubile. The tlnfe should also be the newspaper continues by tbo public to stimulate statesmen to In Hlate conversations wltuxa >lew to arrhlng at the most desirable step toward relieving of a bur den vhicb Is condemned universally in'theory as'.ih'tolerable.' An Identical plea Is made by the H Has Been Missing Sine? 1st Noyr Searchicg For OTTAWA Deo. 3> TBp jnissing United States Balloon irhich left tin. United Stated niinl .aeriel staUpn December 1 fa believed to be-drtnlfe- ly tthe region off lake Temlskamlne follows dls patch to Commander Edwards of the Canadian radio deirice from Sir Rup- ert, Stuimrf, director of Dominion meteorological bureau in 'foronto re- 'celved late afternoon after a carefuli investigation. of winds and atmospheric ,jCOD.dUIons slnfee the hal loon went astray If and circumstances. favorable and the cohditlonsTpropeTiv. synchron Ized to date felt correct to beltove the balloon had drifted -np-into that district 'i woaM1confjrr4.or aeiy phase -si tho search have been received from the norfh, country, but general ly tie news is poss- TWO YEARS FOR IRISH 1 COUNTESS DUBLIN; Gcora'na Marklwcz, who was tried by .'z a charge of cofliplrlhg'to organize a seditious soctety'vraf today sen- tenced to two years at labor ip prison The specific- allegation against her was thai she had, be tvMen January 1318 and Septem- ber 1920, pjotted to organize Sinn organization has been charged with the conspiracy to mi-rder mil ttary police ard drtlljng. Pendleton, Woollen Mill Which Iftofc? Good Profit Every Year For 'tip Last 12 Years into Eecluaion several ago "for a rest is stlU todlsi paced, in Ms'hidWg place in 4> this Harry Boland hU Eecretary, nignt v i which .maintains :-thit an three powers, would assure as well aa peace. Stewart and Jloil ceiveu a Calgary delegation this morn ng urglngvassistance oSi behalf of aOO mennow oujjfjmnlOTToent The [OYernment la willing to begin work m the new f lustitnta of technology here and IcMlio cfty of Calgary dts tribute the Tortmnn Tho general unemployment situation applied to Alberta will be up by tho COT ernment at a council meeting Tues day MONTREAL FIRS WGHTBRS -AfrSWER EIGHT CALtS DURING SEVEN HOURS Murder, Suicide, Oft p. Streets Negro Jumps on Banning Board of Autoi Shoots Woman, Kills Himself NEW Dec, Eaymorid a today "leaped on the running', board -of an automobile, shot to death Lncfc Harper, one of the cars four negro passengers and thbn killed hlmsolfr'vTlie murder and 'sulcfde' occurred at; 'iSOth. Street and Seventh moments after a police sharp-shooter squad bad the spot in an auto arc searching for Charles D om chauffeur of unto which Hey said bcrp Ihe license number ot late Blsliou CbarlcS Smdnej- Broyfn fled' before th'c police arrlvofl p.ndjjiey wcire unsble io acortaln car ly how he camo Inlo possession of -tlio machliic. sengers, wore The other- two women. CABINET MINISTER HOUOAYS 6TTAWA, -Dec.' 28 -4I6n R M igmore, minister Qf cu'stoms and in, and Hrsell o Iho ships {n groups Tha bill stlpu lafes that thbiilquidaLtloti.m.nsI be' com ploled by Juno 2tf, 192J c owr, i and May l .OPEHINO Brc wheat opened unchanged to Ic lore and May 14 to May oals tOpjme'd iifichanged, D ce-nber 1 Jojower and Ma 1 Ic lower, pepcmher unchanged! j Two were Injnrel 1 __ Hard Strtigglejn Esrfy opF.ri.Hy Takw'Hold.ani? Pluxt Has Home-giro wri and _. y. anagemerA Is juron Denies He Is Sppathetic To -Meighen Tariff Mot a Protectiorlist in Sense of High Wall Wftich Would Will Up First To Prefert Now Making QUEBEC, Doc In an Interrlen 1 efo, todaj Hon J 3 Carou Quebec minisler of ag-lcjl ture replied lo certain Intimations In tho press Hmt ills recent sMeratmtS nt Indicaed that lie partially indorsed llic pollej tho MtigLen EOTcramenf Mr. Caron said that-'h'e'had affirmed hi Ottawa that bs uas n faror of i uiodTcto protective {arllTVhut lliat could not m auv way sipnnj he wia a Eerw -which tliat conveys to tho partisans of the Meighou gorernroent J He said ho waa otliBr Lib ftlav jn fayor of a-moderate tariff protection suiBCiJoct to maintain new industries create monopolies. Ho said tie ehtirel> tS tae memorial recently! Maid before tho tariff commission farmers, as regards tho decreeing'of the duties on things agriculture -J "t (Written specially for Thn Herald by H Sherman Mitchell City Editor Of Tho Peadleton 'East fi Oregonian it PEK'DLETON ore Dec Woollen Mills today-cloBed its and most year ofipperaliort with a gross si 000 and a neat profit on thiOfaUFi amD to 937 each of itu emplrjjrees In scrvirc a jesr a boauB of 10 per cent ot his annual salary i Woollen Mills were started nearly 25 years ago by a group ot dealers and raisers of wool Thoy operated a small platil hero in d Jerent financial ctK. ess for more than a> decade, placing oa the market a but falling to progress In a business sense because those en truslea with its management ravrf.thh buBineaa acumen to suctepd After suitalnlng a steady operating loss tor 10 or mo.e____, decision was made to close the iaiaged At This original company operated -a scosrlrigsmill m connection -rrith thp vool fron. Tirious growcrg of ibo Ore gon. country where, a. largo varictj of Tiools wag available There was Tlonlv of capital behind the company lack, ot a .manager-.having .the ability lo maK" up'pro'ducls from, the various grades of vool and potff do ot tbe martetlng opportuu Itle's'are-blamed'for the continued de- ficits which resulted tti tho closing ot tbe plant in 1S08 wero Horris Bros. Who Handled Capital City Bonds, Close dffice PORTLAND, Oregon, De6 27'' Bfotlj era, bond broKernwlth hod'quar here' and branches In Sin Francisco, Seatt e and Tacorpa open trwlr Port and fof- today W, A Johnston, attorney for the firm, house would completion of an audit has in progress for two days. The firm of Morris II one >of. ths largest bond houw.s oetMtmg on Pjclfic coast 11 was established years ago, Thu house has tpec- lillrtd In municipal bondc, and a large recent operation In was the idvertlsed purbhace ofy bonds of Edmonton, to the amount of bonds have bttn marketed exten- sively, 'throughout the northwest; ameng American Invettore, Rend- ing delivery .of-the bonds the city of Interim certifi- cates were given to purcfiasm i an.official, from Edmo'ntorl arrived here to deliver the boriefs .MtlwccR. aecordlng to Morris and. the .clearing house, It was lovnd that .not enough funiis Morris Brothers' treasury to the: to the'.amount tof which were 5.VJ W H (hit a woollen mill here could be op crated profitably iWsons who camo her" lo, bid for tbo machinery "with an idei ot moving It elsewhere were dls and .overtures werti made t6-the.prc'sent njvners, the Bish- op Brothers td purchase the jlant and'rehSbllifalo (t'ln 1'endloto'n. Citizens'-Purchase Bono's Tt-'wa's-'heccsRafy for Pendletba lo show its faith1 In >he project In a sub stantiBUjnaunor1 A local newspaper and AESochtlon en conraged the ifpvo to purchasb with aid li; financing tne mills These bonds wore qulcklr fioafed ard are now on the second halt of tiieir twenty year 'erm They draw o per cent and ire i firs mor sago obligation of 'ho company Company Waking Money The. original Investment of B'sliop I Brothers jrheti they purchased the old snpd a warrant for the arrest of John' machinery and moved It Into a cmi L 1 ethoridgo former president of Mor crete building erictcd for the purpose ris Brothers on a chargo of larceny ,as JJ0000 They combined under In connect.oTi with failure to redeem one rtoi all ol tho functions of a vrto! an unsecured Interim certificate for ,elj ,m in lm tog2n tb cliy ol Edmonton sij per cent bonds ot Indian robes auto nny Cut Down Trade With of the 'GABRIELE d'ANNUNZIO REPORTED WOUNDED HOAIIi, Dec from I-wine say the legionaries in the cilj, usmt; clcrtne are boring holes under the pnu cipal buildings in Rebel Leader Not Killed dATt nunzlo la saidjto have "been slightly wounded, according to tha Milan co respondent oMhe lauioa Times The report that had been killed tbe officially denied Report fRIBSTi, Dec Gabriels d Jtallcn ins.urgen{ leader at Tieen wounded (in the Tecent; flghtlfg btf been hit legionaries and lUIIan re" 'gular troops vas received here today dct.uif, ere given however AS H I NGT ON, jB ec 3 ncijuti llcan and DcmocraUc leaders In tho seriate flashed todav the house emergency i.1 ChiractenzlngHne measure as ia cnbAgo bill and sneaking propoil tlon to States com merce Senator Hitchcock of Ne arfa, acting DcmocraUc leader iro posed that the htll instead of hejng referred as a farm measure lo the finance, committee1 ,bs to commerce." committee; :Hc -.charged thit (ha Kepublicans proposed to rush through ful ''measure practir, ally -without con side ration Senator 'the bill's policyrwas "sulcldali Its purposa iras to erect t riff bar riere and not to'raiso revenue, said tho acting Deriocralic leadel 'At thil time of all otlicrS, Iho country ought not to barriers igainst any the vdrld o arc a rlaljo i pud must a markef'for our.turplua. wo la to do business insane Man Dies Mass of Bruises wltli other to raise tariff Edmonton Vpiperi .Just to hand told atrdut the sale Involved In ihe above item, statl-.ia that at the" existing rate if exchange Ed- monton had'rnatfo on tho deal Ettieridge Arrested Ore., Dec. barriers to prevent, .other .nalbns from. their, debts with their products. McCuiiiber, Toronto Coroner Will Probe lo Learn if As} lam Attendants Maltreated Pdhenl TORONTO, Dee GoSnll M'years old, was ndnilUetJ-to tm> as- lum on GhristmaB day anil died suddenly 'momlns. An iuauest last Coroner JJ W who 8tat6d that .eiamihatlon body had Ehoiyn it to be a ninss of abraslouB Tho coroner declared that the affair would -bo rigorously ..investigated and if Godrill had been th'e asylum attendants the-' lov It 'According to the asylum authbrltiea, Dr.' said, Godrill'ha'd biccme obstreporous late on Christmas ulgbt anil had been removedj room TUG night ont had beoii notified and the doctbi chairman of the-, finance contending that IM bill did (ictproposa'an em- bargo rjii that. Us..actual Bent for Nothing mo ot Godrill until an an him dead In his room, wag heard ndant'. found A. rt. j TJ not issued fiir Morris bond dealer, wlioie jOyean Iho option of earllor iwhcii thn differSncs'in esehaiiKo was considered, "bJt. 3 li cenU a bushel. A Gold BfWk Gam? 'This Idea of prolepllng tho wheat grower by Scnltnr .Hitch- The Yrdobledness'of tho Pendlejon I J ls c''tlBr a delusion and Woollen JI'lls consists onlj o' or a confldence-a brick morlgastc tonds which could be' "hl1 t> "..America vliea, -----cr Is credll. tind .ivldfe nnd covors, shawls and !ar'gpoils. 1'Vorn tho day the mill opened-undor management to Ih4 pfeacnt" U ha's novcr been closed for of business In twelve vcar It lias.never beeft operated at a loss. pro'ection against Canadian wheat MILITARISM SPREADS I IN GERMAN houses here and In Seattle and Ta- failed to opor. .today, was ar- rosfod -later In accoidlng to. j; telegram received by tho.ihcr- (ff's ofScc. An officer will be ncnual bring-Ethcfldga to Portland. Won't 1 DMO'N fON 27 will not loao a cent If Morris llrolhern. bcnd'dcalcrfl of Portlnnd, Oregon, fell Ip.tHlio.itp the Bdrnpnton--bonds for which 'they have sotd ccrMflcatos, af cordjnfe to Mavor Diiggan thlg after nooti 7 The fdmnntnn bond Issue, amounting to 5213'000 wis (aVen to Portlaiiil week -by Secrclary- Treifurer tJT-hhouso itid deposited ylthj the National Bank lo he gjveii'oiit to Ihn piirchascrs when (ne face In deposited Ac cordlpg to A I by rlty officials this aftfrnoon from the oank tho city is fulls protoctcd by the fact of th6 bank holding thv! bonift unfll tho -purchasers jtcdiisnncd retlremDnt, .The financial strength'of iiiVostacnt'is represented in last I trade. :He is not isoihir. lo b; l Canada was offered him SonLtor Ililciicocli i doubling of the capacity In tho twehr, >ears of thc ,one m tho 1 ost CBStOTileM of tlio Unit ooVipany lo other localities cA tmytngMIco as mutt- Making Other Mills Pay so d tbfl Lnlted S ales Four mills whlth had been onmled Semlor replied ijiat at a i i Oregon aahfr.gftirr nn 11 tl10 cnl t9 Canadian wheat Bur California toiiny iro being op'ratM P.lus w" lo, Ibis Ijy Tllstiop Brothcrd. .Tho.l Milh is tho piront'i of the othei three (ho first venluro of1 three -young mbn, Koy, Chaunccy and Cl.iroaco Blsllop, hero having led lo oilier fields recently. mills under-this conpany s directiojr Is (nrrated as a Unlj The mifl hero is Id tha heart of S dlalrlol Tho rnllb'at 'flntb fWftshpugnl, Wash! are 'iolif's -ride ;of Pottlahd' Ort tho Cf trto pacjno Nftrllifssl The largo wool in tntflMA ure of consld CoSllmlcd roii I'aiyTfoun TP! at i iro trying lo marVel for ours. A n mi st the top ot llio bur he added pfillo uc are draw AMSTERDAM, Dec dis- patch to the Handefebtad from Dusseldorf says the Inter-SHItit] Rhine i alarmeiiibe' cause of the spread of in German schools, has order prohibiting the uie of schbols for military ptnalty-of arrest and c of the scliooh Ing off our surplus from. Iho bottom. DENIAL AT'OTTAWA OTTAWA, Deo, Official rienla! Is given here io reports, pubJlsHed IP New York, that Canada Is entering Into t'nltetl States, Australia and New Zealand to prohibit Japaneia Im-nlgfttlon tush negotlatlgns, H Is.c.taUd, have taken ulat' HOLD UP VANCOUVER .CAFE VANCOUVER. Dec. aicn, nno of them masked entered the Ixin don rtrlll In the west end of city fliorlly before nine o'clock nleht, Iho -diners atiil attendants Mth a gnu mid tbo cash gfstcr ot am! then madt good their esrape. HEinLOOMS STOLEN. NPV 'VOPvK I) c among them a .gold Hon. believed to .hato :been orljlnally tho propertj of Mary, Queon of Sco'a wero stolen Sunday night from the west cud dicnuo 0- a connoisseur, ;