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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HI'1 D.MI.V IIKRM.O TUESDAY, DECEMBfcR ANADVAN1 force union ot Ireland upou Ulster would be unlustiital.lo, Iho premier read a letter !rom rtlhcr OTlanajan, an Irish Catholic, prlcsl, tilld lo ha a former vice-president of tho Slim Fein parly, quoting words ot Filter '.MicDoaald, a processor ot theologv ot Maynoolh Collego. Falher O'yiauasan represented Fnlfer Report of LlovH George's "I he conLlnutd, "when on The Irish Question .II used 10 he arsued tin' you l Iprmcil social and economic tions, it you rid ot R 'trouble, improving houslns. created J peasant proprietorship anj buill rail- LONDON Dec (Delayed. br (he cimslructcil harbors nnd did Assoclalej Press.) 1'reniiJr UoyJ evsrTlhlug possible lo make Ireland GMrge in presfnlins lo i-arliarnent as prosperous as conditiuus would Hi- yesterday the proposed dusl low. all iWs lo British rule lire lor gramme self-EOtcrn- would vanish, has bappeucil? men! 10 Ireland ilcclired tbsl to forco Jrelii.d has never been jo prosperous unioa ot Ulster End soutbem as ,ae Is today. The vast majority as having s In 1916: "promote disunion and mlsiu re- or of Ireland art pos-essors sr't in b'ootsaed." The eovemment ot their soil. Houses and con "scheme announced bTthP premier con-. fornblc collages [or the workbsmen Ihc creatloo ot lesisle-'bmve been built at Iho eipense ot Iho lures a council of 20 lo servo us British taxpayers. Men who travelled a link between them. In addition, jtbroueh Ireland a generation ago and both divisions Trill elect members lo revisited Ihc country would not Xnoiv British parliament unlil the tlmeHl 'May. It Is transtlsur wo reject home rule rather agrva lo Ihe exclusion o[ Iho Unionist imrt ol Ulster, what case have wo lo before the ami also lo bave declared: "Wo nro amlous to siarl whero England left ot( nud to compel Antrim and Down lo lovo us hv force." Mr. Lloyd George read tram n speech of Father Mai'Douald. in which the latter was sa'd to hava remarked: "Were Ireland made a republic, fully indepcndenl of Great llritain, it seems to me thai 9ho would be bound lo al- low home rule for Ihe uortheast cor- ner on the principle, underlying youi FOR MILLIONAIRES ONLY XEW ill mllHooilres' IS stories lo cost will bn bulll shorlly In ho exclusive section of Iho Central Park Vi'esi district. U kecauie known .oday, when a en lh.e vroiwrly 'or yoarf, at an ngiretalo rcnlal ot moro than IMiXI.OOO wai sleneU-by a syndicate of banners. Apartmentt In Ihe proposed will rauce from rooms aid 10 balhs, lo 37 rooms anj 7 baths. A itaff ot Iralaed cer- rauls lo relieve lenaals of housekecp- lug burdens will be ualnlalned, and a restaurant w.111 bo operalcd Ibll w-lll Jake up tbe greater part ot Iho ground floor. Kirsl Congregational Church. don, celebrated its ?2ud anniversary. claim for homo rulo In tbe ngdom. tvuicii I regard as ehould be. ripe tor the volUDlary forma- tion of an Irish parliament. Liberal extracts from the premier's were cabled to America yes- terday. gives" Alienated From Bntlth Rule Declaring It lo be a "fundamental ___ _____ .._....._ fact.'1 teifilQ these conditions, "thai The full tell ol the address Ireland has never been so alienated comprehensive idea of the from'British rule as it is today." Mr position or tbe government ia the nesv Lloyd George said there was another lo compose Ihe differences fact lust as lhat "yoi tween the. Irish factions and to reach have a considerable eection of the peo a satisfactory settlement of the Irishr pie or Ireland who are. jusl as opposed problem. to Irish rule as Ihc majority. ot Irish Advantages In Union men are lo rule. "There may be advantages in "Both these lads must be takeii lnlIr. LJoyd George slid, in dls- account In Iho northeqst of- Irelani cussing (be staud of those accused you hare a population, a [airly soil or wishing to force the Ulsterites. "I population, alien in race, sympsthj do not deny lhat. Geographically, the rellzion. tradition, and outlook fron coudillons are such as to make il de-.the rest ot the population of Ireland firable. There is nn advantage in .anil il would ho an outrage on mingling races and religions, EO as to principle of selt-goverumout to plac them under Iho rule of'thc retnalude o[ the population. ID the northcas of Ireland, 1C that were done, yo would inevitably alienate the last cl mcnl from tho machinery of law an order. 1 do not say it would produc the- same .results, but it would recreat exactly Lhe fame conditions which yo arc tTyipt; to remedy in the south an Peculiar Situation of Ulster Mr. hloyd George said Ihe [ailur of tho self-government act of 13 to deal -with Iba "peculiar situation was largely the reason r HID decision ot the government make changes in this home rule pla He prefaced the statement with In remark that Ihc acL of 1911 appear to have ID. support of his position lhat liut that luemselves- a variety of ideas, so as to have a different outlook. And (here is undoubtedly an advantage in hav- ing .industry add agriculture .working side by side la the same parliament, a matter fur the people Lord Durham allempleil to force Quebec'and Ontario, lower and upper Canada, into the' same parlia- ment. That plan bad to bo abandon- ed. Separate parliaments had to be given Ihem, and il was only alter lhat dooe, lhat federation became pos- sible." The Chitf Difficulty The premier said Ihe Irish Question WM difficult, because "three-quarters of the population of Ireland arc not merely governed without Ibeir con- Bent, but manifest Ibc bilterest hostil- ity lo Iba governm'enL DISCOUNT FACILITIES Tiiis Bank is to nuke advices to individuals, pirtuersliips and companies against ipproved trade paper on favorable termi Do not" hesitate to discuss with ns the -requirements of your business. v THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL Jp.OOO.CMW RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. T. Bryniner, Manjger. Unitet well ALL PERMITS ON SCHOOL LANDS 1Q BE ON YEARLY BASIS NOW year at Ihe dticrettou .ot the T. A peralt lo cul'hiy for.bis own .fa may be bjr tie permittee rea, but lo cul lor barter lie Kcure t pemlt tor vhlch ho iImlI .pay lu of cents ond fifty centa pw 'ton for all u hay cul for tarter. A change In Ihft method o! leasing otai, SaskalchewRu tiud Al- in MB berta li provided for la an ID council now gazetted. Tlio order, which foroierly governed rnizlue per- mits on school lamls Lii ILoso provinc- es. is rescinded and It is provided lliat all permits shall bo on a yearly basis. terminating April 1. at a rental of leu ceuts per aero per annum, subject to the change at tbo p[ tbo minister of tbo interior. Tbo pcrmlleo stall not graze olber than his own stock, neither shall lio as sJgu or transfer any Interest in tho permit lLo consent of tho minister beln; firsl obtained. He must placo oil tho JnmL at least ouc brail o[ sloth for every thirty acres o' laud Included In the penult. Renewalt From Year lo Year The erection oT fences and tempor- ary buildings only is itcrmlUed and cny renewals shall be from year to SUICIDED WHILE HOME FOR CHftllTMAS MO.NTRBAU Dec. onrte, 3S years old, of Blind Hirer, was found dead on Saturday il tho liouie ot hid parents', where he but lieu in (ho habit ol conluc to spend Christmas each year. He kid atoll'I hlmecK through the killlni hln Instantly. A verdict, of BUlclde was returned by Iho coroner's Jury Sator- day. nulled." 01 "These two quotations stale tho case favor of Ibe Ireaimenl ol L'lster." clared I'remlcr I.loyd George. "II e Irish factious untie. Ihey musl do of Ihclr own accord." in Canada cany your funds fn' Travellere' issued by-Tha Merchauta Back. Personal cheques ere often refused, Money mar be lost or stolen. Cheques, on the other are cashed by banks, hotels, transportation comtMniea and stores at their face values, and enable yon to rVse ready money here fer you happen to be. If lost, they an of no vrntue to the finder if stolen or des- -troyed, they will to replaced without extra charge. Use them for joui next joorney. OKANCK, Eibtt (W il Is a good see About disposing of your PELTS and FURS strong market prevails al present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. BIALIRI IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHOMt ADORtMi 320 frlh STREET S, P.O. BOX PEMIO COI'ENIIAGEX, Dec. Tho so- iel government at Moscow has sent formal pca'cc otter lo Ihe Polish gov- rnment by wireless. Tho message enies" that Iho liolshevlkl aro' pre- arlug a new offenslvo against Poland, vith Iho aid of Chinese forces. A 'Soviet wireless message picked up iu London on. Dec. .'.25 contained an offer to open peace vllh Poland immediately. The Polish government reciuesled lo name Ihe Inie and rlac.'; for the negollalious. Geneva advices, under date of Dec. JL', said thai Trolzky, soviet ml.i- sler of was making preparalior.s for a. great offensive against Polaud ncvt spring. Chinese troops recruil- ed at liiu rale of S.OOQ R day and train- ed In the mllitarj- scliool, would aid Iho DolEhevlU.Sn Ui9 campaign, the advices staled. BANK HetH Office Montreal. OF CANADA. EmbCHwd 1864. R. i DtNMlNG. Mmttn CHRISTMAS FESTIMTIES AT FRANK SANITORIUJI VHA.NK. Dec. was celebrated in Ihe good old fashioned way at Frank Sanltorinm this year. On Christmas Eve a Xmas Tree was prepared in Ihc large dining-room of the Institution, and 'presents were provided for all, through Uib kiidness of the many donors.lo tbe-Instltulion amongst whom were the following: Knights of Columbus, Catholic Army Huts, Canadian Red Cross Society, Calgary; Y. M. C. A., ralgary; Medicine Hal Chapter, 1. O. D. E.; Can- adian Ablation Aid Club, Macle'od; Staff of C. P. U. Local Freight Office, Calgary; Nmt-of-Kin. Association, Medicine Hut; Unity Chapter, 0. E. S., Calgary; Mrs. Mosley, Pincher Creek; Alei. Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E., Lcthbrldge; Messrs. Murray' and Cooper, Barons, A1U.; The Le'.hbrldge Herald; Miss Undsay, Capt. McPhall Chapter, T.O.D.E, Pin- chsr Creek; 39th Baltn. Chapter, T.O. D.B., Edmonton; Military- Chapter, 1. O.D.E., Calgary; Bow River Branch, C. n. C. Clareshnlm Girls' Club; Foothills Chapter, I.O.D.E., Clares- holm; Cathrose Chapter, I. D. E.; Carmangay Girls'Club; Bankhead Pal- riotlc Ladies; Sir Richard Grenville Chapter, I.O.D.E., Calgary; Ktwanls Club, nalgary; I. O.. D. E. Pincher Creek: Fcrnle, I- 0. D. E.; Mrs. Blalrmore; Mrs. Blair- more; Mr. KIwin, Blairrnore; Jlr. Tompkuis, Frank; Campbell, Wilson a'.tl Home, Lelhbridge. The paticnU were'forlunate-ln hav- ing with them Miss Pearson and Miss Proiser of Lelhbridpe, both represent- ing the Knights of Columbus, Catholic Army Huts; this organization had for- warded presents- for everybody, al- ready packed un In attractive parcels. The Canadian Tied Cross So.iicty, Cal- gary, uad nlso sent "hrlatmai Stock- Ings and other gifts. The decorations for the tree were kindly by Jlessrs. D. E. Dlack Co. of Calgary. The glfls were handed oul to each recipient by Father Chrlalmaa. On this occasion It h gratifying to note lhat every patient was able to be present. After the usual fun of opening par- :els, Dr. Baker, tho popular Medical superintendent, was made thq rcclp- cnt of a leather chair nnd "smoking cabinet, uy the staff, 3 silver tea ervlcc, from the patients, on Ihe oc- casion of his forthcoming marriage. On Christmas day, z splendid, dinner was provided by Ihe Department of S. 0. It. which was thoroughly enjoyol >y all, aitcr which Miss Selgel and MIjs nankin, both of Calgary, gavo a short entertainment, they dclfghl- '.A the boys with an entertainment In the evening. t hrao well known ladles gave up (be pleasures of ChrlsUnas Day with (heir friends In ordtr lo come to Frank lo make Iho illy brighter for The pattenta. and ataff deeply apprec- iate the kind thought which prompted thcao- ladles to forego Ihclr own plea- sure In order to entertain thoso who were less fortunate, Tho also wish (o publicly thank all thoso Individuals nnd organ- izations, who so kindly sent them gifts and donations. SEMENOFf 'NAMED AS COMMANDER IRKUTSK, Dec. Iclc- Krapli Semcnoff, the Coasack [eader, han been appofntr'l commanijor-ln-chlcf' of Iho Irkutck, trans-Hf-lkal and Amor military Irlcls hy Admiral Kolchak, head of the alMtnsslan govcrnmcbL: IL was an-1 nouoced (o-Jay, RECORDS FOR CHRISTMAS Silent Night, Holy Night, by ih< Neipoll- tln Trio. Chrlitmu Hymni Selection, Harp Yule Tide Arthur Pryon Band Naureth, biu Frank Crouton JH79 Divine Service on a Battlefield, Sermon Rev. Parkyn Divine Service on a Battleihlp, Sermon P.'-'-. Pjrkyn Joy to the Worid Trinity Choir Oh Come All Ye FjUhful., Trinity Choir 18JM 3S26I 11996 Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK HalleluJah-Chorui ..VlctJr Mixed Chonit Songi and Cirali......... ...................Victor Mixed Chcru. 35335 Ring Out Wild Belli by Hfmui Chrlllmai Light Behold by Peerless Quartet 35412 It Came Upon a Midnight Clear ............'by Victor OrtorEo Chorui While Shepherds Watched Their by Victor Ortorlo Chorut LE1HBHIDGE, ALBERTA There is Still Time to Get a for the Holidays You will enjoy its sweet music on New Year's Day and appreciate it slill more each succeeding jilt will bring pleasure and happiness to every member of the family the whole year-round. Vidrolas lo Sold on the easiest, of Terms THERE ARE, OVER SELECTIONS LISTED IN "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" CATALOGUE. DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS ARE We. FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS Any "His Maker's Voice" dealer will gladly pby your favorite selection and demonstrate the Vidlrola REMEMBER! It is not a Genuine Vidtrola unless it bears this famous "His Master's Voice" LOOK FOR IT! Berliner Grim-o-phone Cunpiny, Limited V i J M s r S WE SELL VICTOR RECORDS The Willis Piano Co. 787 THIRP AVENUE SOUTH. We are Agents for Victor and Recordt. A good selection of both on hand R. A. WRIGHT JEWELER B Street S. Balmoral Block Lcthbridge ;