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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL TWELVE PAGES VOLUME XIV. AJJiERTjJS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920 NUMBER 16 IRISH PEACE BASIS ADOPtEDltJME CAPITULATES TODAY INVESTIGATING IRISH SITUATION Tho British Lahor Commtjjlou, tcadid by Arthur Hendereon; Tfhlch recently completed an Investigation of the Irish situation _ _ Disarmament Important Issue in Motherland British Press Sajs no Govern- meht Can Stand Against the Sentiment in Favor LONDON.' Dec. Insistence upon tho de irabilit) of restricting n-nal armaments and the holding of a con fefence on the subject by Great Brit aln Japan and the United States, was reneneO todaj h) London newspapers vThe Times, saying the-belief prevalent in the United States that Great was bound br treaty to" suppqrt Japan m case that counlr> should enter a war with }he United devoted more than ot a Jong editorial con rlnoe the peopie of the United Slates that jpa s lalse Thtf paper recalled that when, the 'gtatee and Great Britain In peace, comraisslou irea'y tounedlalely notified Japan of the facfTJaHan waE told that- tho. agreement to suHmlt dls putes and Great BrlfSlrf fo .nresligabon liy h DannanenYinleriiatiOTial commission constitufea' nri "on Great alii Japan ij' It that does not explode all uc easiness about an Anglo-Japanese: at- tack said the newspaper, 'the BUS plclon must be bejond the powers ot reasoning x Won't Affect League nelteratirig Its adTocacy of an agreement powers tho Morning Post contends such an agreement should Infringe upon the prorince ot the eague pt Nations and .tblngsi urged It bo 'much more prbfltabitf to' nil agree trleuds than compete as mils EX-KAISERIN CROWS; GRADUALLY WEAKER DOORN', Holland Dec Eicept for steidllr crow-lag weakness there bees llttlo in the eonflltlon ot the German Empress Aug liite duclng the last fortnight The physician iu at te'ndaiice'c said Mast night that this mlgfit last for a eon slderahle time 4 -X' 4 4 And Toniblc Mett.it or Lose the LIVING COST MAKING NO MOVE YET 'Is something going'to drop In the coal industry' 13 the coal operators are aRMr'c fhemgplvfs aavs, and the reason prairie dealers are'already thinking aobut what they are going to paV feVnext ytars coal 'They tell us that It wheie they are they will not contrapt a pound- of, coft' during -the summer sald_one.operator to tho Herald this morning Ha had 1ust returned 'roin ah Investigation trip through Manitoba Orion Babe Drinks Scalding Water, Dies From Effects Another Tragic Death in Family That Has Had More Than Its Share of Trouble (From Our Own Correspondent.) ORION, Dsc. .C.hrlsl- Eve, Dec 24th, the three daughter of MK and .Brodin, who liveLone mile-north of of the family were busy, took a drink of. hot.water-from the kettle which was on the stove. doctor was brpMSnt .the. same night, Dr Duncan of Manyberries attending to the UK, but ill at- ftlstance was of no avail and lttlle Huldah died within twenty four the fatal drink Matt of the people In this district Mr and Mre. Brodln's oldest son Gothetrf passed away aflerta ytry brief UTneVs, another Arthur passing away after an operation -j In 1913. Little Huldah'Was buried at the cemeicry on the 28th, Dec f Action Follows Debate on Irish Question Precipjtafcd b> Labo rction THE WORST IS YET TO COME LONDON, Dec. sion in the labor conference lost night of the Irish question ended with the adaption of the resolution embodying a basis for .negotiatibJW-'.for a settle- ment. Patrol ROHKy 'Dec.'. civlliiins 'e reported to have ambushed a po lice patrol In lllddletoJ, county Cork last night, killing one policeman and Bounding several others 'Afthe ambusb took place on a Cork road In which IE is bellered one soldier wi; shot Labor Intitxhices Measure of Relief For Unempleyed British Hoosfe Plan ot Al frnment' is Sor Conditions The British government, said the Daily. Nbws. "de'OnSlely-.favors'.'such an international 'conference -on dis- arnnWnt is was proposed b> Jose- phus Daniels United States secrotar> of the navj'. and mainlalns'thlit it 'Is thf function of tho jl eaguo of Na lions to call It This "would meet any possible Thn United American hard coal will be laid down ,Sl3les, while not a member of Ihejln Winnipeg thls-fall at a price not participated in the'Brussels higher than, the pro war p-lces They declare too that dealers In American coil havo been inforced that That Falling OS in Business Held Re- Yard Lays Off Men NDW H4.VPN, Conn, Dec W58'..ftnnpunced today that a further reduction in the working forcesipf-th'p New. York, New Haven anrf- Hartford Railroad will he made next week. .The announcement, states two thousand employees .will .he laid olt severe declines In the business o( the Pennsylvania Acts WILJIINOTON, Del.. Dec. drastic cut working force of LONDON, Dec. laoor member of parliament for ton, introduced m Commons (ast night an reBolulion'dealing w.ith unemployment and proposing that the government aSord; maintenance' for persons of not less than forty shill Ings weekly for a householder anrl 2" shillings, each for single men. and women, "Killi additional allowance foi dependents Tho resolution which was adonted attributed the growing volume of U2 employment and underemployment in measure -to of following the war-and defectivo peace treating. In addition to the folly of the British and allied in regard to ttie soviet gov erntaejft'.of Russia." and condemns the-.'gbvernment for de- lay Jn securing peace and opening trade1 relations with Russia.' Soil Survey of South Alberta Starts in Spring Hon. Duncan Marshall Makes Important Announcement to Agronomists in Session in I Governments To Bear Expense. (Sp-elalTo Herald) EDMONTON, Alta, oti. A toll EUrVey of Southern Alberta will Ilkely.be undertaken during the ccmlng year In the pro- vincial and Dominion governments jvjll co operate Th's announce ment wasTnade by Hon puncan Marshall at the meeting pf the Canadian Society of Agronomy now in session-hurt Tha- fact that the two governments were moving In this direction was brought out jn the course of a discussion on soil v Arrangements for the survey will be completed, according to Mr. Marshall, in a_few weeks' time The Alberta and Dominion de payments of agrlcuTtSre will each appoint a representative for the svork and the cost will be shared equally bj the feov'ernmenls PROFIT SHAKINCC PLAN FAILS IN THIS PLANT; WORKERS GO ON STRIKE r' NW C Dec ployees of the Nevvburn iron Works Commence In Spring It Is' Ilkely'vthat 'the work will he commenced "In 'the" early will continue through the summer and fall. -Mr.. Marslfall.declared that the of sucli a survey would be carried out and would hare an import ant hearing upon future agricultural actual'farming and farm instruction.'-' The matter has al- ready .up with'the Domin- ion authorities and a' tentative agree- ment has been reached along.the Hnes indicated. fjalrfleld on Soil Drifting has been donj! to overcome It oEiroot fibre p the trouble. chief cause of Remedial measures thought Mr Falrfleld, should. :be. adopted by .com- munities rather than by indl) idu.ils nlone, ds It a problem CultivatlOT In -H h wav nnt to form a dust mulch vis one of the best ways ot dealing nlllgthp ililfLIng and fur crops bj wnlch to" bind the fall and fall were rccpm mended; More dlversIDertTarming, in- c'uding the raising of livestock will also 'do much to improve xondillons W H Fairfield, of tlio Experimental in the drj belt Farm told Iho agron i Other speakers EOil-drifling omfsts that over acre ot grain' queUIon worn. Tames of the wages must he go the Pennsylvania financial conference lulu thns would were destroyed' in the', southem 'iiart: N'ohle. Foundation incuts, b it th-it he H certain the themselves whether will lio ahlo ]aid off next month, It wis -innounced Japanese people- could welrnme a ro hold the Manitoba market with last night Reasons gnon ".ere lack ductlon m armaments to the lowcU) Alberta over ?7 a ton at tho o( work and that no ships wero laid degree compatible with safety Ho declared japan's -..financial position rendered nny addition to Japan s nav-d program Impossible The irf an ciillo.ial declares mine mouth ft T; S coal drops !n prlcO Alberti'Coal'mnst'cbme down "Where of'.living com mission shooting tho wages of mine every three monthi that'no British could I during asUd'tho operator up for repairs. Reduction In Wages W1LLIMATIC, Conn, Doc No- ll S STEAMER WRECKED LONDON, Dec UnllccI States steamer Lakeside Bridge, 2174 tons tlclf (s a wreck on Pico Island, pf tho Azores group, according Commissioner Hsllln, fol lowed up his gas ro frictions of Tugs diy appijlng to all public buildings west to Windsor, bj Issuing an orier the companies supplying Tllsonbiirg, stanrt for a sluglo which proposed an antl American allhnco between Clrelt BrlUItt nnd Japin and that should Japan refiiso to join an Anglo _ Ameigcin agreement for reducing though il (s Biipposeil to lie an -......active body under tho agreement be Tho cost of living his been 12 per cent. effeclUe neit Mon now for trree raonthe, but thcic hss day The cutjs will afecl eight Ihou been 110 announcement os yel thai the commission H going" (o do anything, JU, UOilll (TnpJ nf lln tlces were posted In Ine -.owl mills of1 to Lioyds from Porla Tho ?i tho Ambrlca" Thread eompiny today Bun c11 nnrt anhounclltg a, refluctlon In "nagcs riume to Capitulate Todav and Poet Rebel b) Airplane WILL DIVORCE.WIFE AND MARRY SWEETHEART d Armjnzlo Flees with Lady Love fKlhSTE Deo al Fmme between Kalian regular and d Vnnun-ios legionaries ended last night agreement for the capitulation of Fiume will bo s gned today Orders lor a cessation ot fighting at Fiume apparently followed a re port to General commander of the..Italian regulars In'-DalmntiR, that tho'councll of d'AnnupzIo-hadlturiietl his powers as head of the He gtncv of Quarnero had accepted tho terms of the Italian a conference held at Abbazla yesler day the council gave complelt nitfon of the treaty of Hapallo i the of which and si-nert an agreement for ol The last news from Eonallv _stated ho had resolved 4U leava Flume by airplane aud It is pre sumed he planned to with him bignorita Lulsolla Baseara, who b.u been in Flume for several months and to whom lie he will be married as soon ho Is given a divorce from his Sig norita1 Baicara refused tb leava the poit-sold'er wleft attack' on the city >ras. j imminent .Beelanng, sh'e 3 would rather-he to the d'AnriUnzIo Defiant 'iiUrtLiOJv, Dec 30 the London Times from Milan quotes' a-manifesto', as sayfug I am still tlive and Ineror Although 1 prepared myae'll vesterdav f6r sacrifice and already had comforted 'my soul, I disposed to defend my life all means. "I olfered itJiundrcds'Of ng1- my war, but it is not-worth while to ihrott it awaj in the EQrvicn of- a, people w'no 'could bo'districted.; oveii fora ness whilo.Vf'o were'assassinated :b: their government." Amnesty for. Rebels LONDON, EPC Lveri-g News Itomo correspondent to day tnat il Annunzio has accepted the terms oc General commander of .tub'regular Italian, forces ;alibut fcjume, for ending, tlie Flume chil war. d'Ahnunzlo's. will be clissohcd but will be gruiUi! amnesty, .the.correspondent declares, nddiiig that It is expected that'-d'An- nuncio will go 16 Soul h America; il'Annurrzio, ROME. Dec. has is- sued, a 'proclamation' declaring Ibnl-it' is not Ahilu di.ng for Iltlr He saM.hb was leaving 'Flume by air- plane. This was Eeml-ofiiclally .nnnoii.neftO here this aftr.rhoaii. together-, v the announcement the Fiiit. y- JOHN, >f H, Dec op- ening of R workshop unfniploi ed fold'era In Ihe Citv pf St John ic now assured Tho Soldiers Comfort' Association yesterday'afternoon voted .Peri 'or this'purpose 'flip maroi townships yu has announced that with ?5 000 on1 agreemeat r.iay he regarded, as-' con- cluded.- Goodyear Tire Col Has Deficit for Year of Record Business nrmnmonls Qrfat Flritain could not remain in in nllhnro with Japan The Liverpool Post, tho qnostipn thinks the situation will demonstrate! (o the Unlled Stafes'tho sdylssbllitv, for IU own join- 'ing'ths IjCagnp p( Nations. KNOWLEDGE OF VALERA'S WHEREABOUTS NEW YOnK, Dee. James K. 'McOuIre, Vflfe of a former mayor of Syracnso, today denied a repbrt SUhllshed .yealerday by the Advocate, an Irish newspaper, that.Karaonn.pe Valera, "president of the Irish repub- lic" Is a gnest In their homo In Ner Eichclie, Slid said the home.waa sold last October and1 the tenants Hic'.'d of De Valera'a where- SCHOONER A WRECK PAJUSBOHO, N. S., Dec. 29.- fh. schooneri Krlendship, which has beeii sailing In the Bay of Furtdy trado for rears, Is n total loss at-St. Martin's Head, N. B., where sho was beached toVtwevent her, from sinking. H6r cargo 61 coal.was saved, a.itl parsons Three Rivers Plants Close TUItLB HIVJ-PS, Quo Dec 30 Tho employees ot the Wrba'st) Cot twften tho miners and the operators company, together vllh those o( signed last summer The wagei In the Tldenator Shipping companj coal mines nre going to como down (Continued to Pago DEATH AT NEMISKAM (From 'Orr Own1 Correspondent) sincere regret we hatb ti' nhnounee the death of Mrs Frank Darcy, which oc ctirred yesterday afUf monfns of suf fwing Tha sympathy of ivholc ComtHtmlly extendei! (o Mr Darcj and Mr. anel Kcams, 6er brother and sister. ACTRESSES THE FEVER ETJV YOrtK, marri age of Constance Talmidge, .motion plcfare actresa, (o John 1'lafoxlo, York CItv tobaccii mcfcl.ftnt, Was an nounced hero tonight Tho Sunday.1 Dorothy also a mdtlon ptcturB actress and a friend df'MIss Taj- randgo, was married al tbe name lime and place to James An act6r> have been given that Ihe two plants of those companies will he closed-until January 10. A ..depart, ment ot the Canada Iron Foundry com-j pany also has been closed for an-in-' definllo period. A largo number, of men nro affected. for all 'will needed Says Britain Has Changed Mind LONDON, Dec. wireless message Bays today that as Qr'eal Drilain, which has recently aC; copied, the July agreement for a re- sumption of trade with Russia, has ___________ _____ _._.....___., now completely altered Its position, took" place lasti and is cfearly evading the obllgalMhs whlcl> It undertook In July, the soviet- government has decided to recall from London Leonid Krassln Bolshevik qtliilsler o! trade anl Order to consu't nfch ON LIQUOR1 hur.dreil-inlllfnn dollars; the Uu'gcSt in the history of tho coniprtfty, KKWVOKK, L'eb. ofj all kinds at seized in this (lislrirt sinco'IirohlbHion went "Work or Bread" Demand of'Hamilton Unemployed On Dotrnnion _________ I into eftect lori tv Ordered d's ul Ithoiit unncces-.ir> (Ida) HAMILTON Dt" -50 a meoling'lij (hii Ji OConnOr tpdcral director of Publio of unemplojsd men last ntg'it a re of prohibition for N'ew "iork Slats (oaay ne; solutloif V is passed (lemandirg that The llijiinr v enltl tn rho high tho Domlnloo-Bovermnent immediate he-tilij but biMora Jrc ly take steps to profile work or bread to I.hjsiclatis hospitals for Ih" jnpmplojprt nnrl Slarrmg work other persons an I InstiQtioni, aul era of- this city and tho government compel to continue op- erations or take over manufacturing .concerns And operate them under government control, "in .prior.to vltl- dicate the workers': right to labor and live.' Another .resolution was passed re- ijuesllng thrt trajps ait labor coi grtss.of Canada-lo call a convention of all to devlso a plan of avtttn ylew to solv- .Inir tlifi uimriTiTriffiuntit uthor izcil'lo non-bevorago Wood alcohol and 'other .dangerous he paid, would he ofhc- FRENCH POPULATION REDUCED PARIS, nee. poptila- tion of Franco reduced by four'million during.the war, said1 Louis the dfrec'tof inee, In cVcustlng :asurcs to be taVcn by tna Semo counclf to reduce infant mortality. t, t fj 4 PREMIER A _____. WINN1PLO, Dec Bdlan tloa Ar thur Meighen, arrived hiire eaMy this morning, eoveral esterday, ap clal ilelcgatlotls provnl of Iho merger stay hefo he will ba interview ed by several local and provin ;