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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta V TO HERALD READERS, A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IINAl EIGHTEEN EDITION VOLUME FmST SECTION LETHHH1DGE. AUJERTA, -iFJftlDAY; DECEMBER-31.-1920 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 17 Date Set For Putting Into Ef- fect the Referendum Vote IMPORTATION WiLL THEN BE ILLEGAL OTTAWA, Dec provinces of Nova Scotia, Manitoba, Alberta and Sas- katchewan will go bone dry on February 1. This understood 1 is the actual date set although the >ctnelal proclamation will probably not be Issued for a day or two The Dominion proclamation follows on the plebiscite recently taken In the four provinces on the sue tlon of. whether importation within their ter rltory of alcoholic liquors shall be per- mitted unless within restrlc'lons set by thel provincial government. In .-each provinces, the electors de j cldeJ In the negatlv In accordance with enabling legislation recently en acted by car term on tho Irrigation board Lawrence reterson for tne unexplred term of J Anderson, who resigned two Crop Alfalfa Timothy Wheat OaU. Flax Barley Corn (silage) Sunflower Potatoes eaden Grecii Feed Miscellaneous Grasses Tfrhothy (seed) Totals ,-4500 Area- Yield per Totaf Va'ue .Value' in Acres'Yield Acre per Unit Valuf per Afro tort 2.75 S 60rO ian 15 ,10488 3000 bus. 27 17o bus. 4C i bus. 200 bus. V 80 ton i 10 3C0 10.00 tan 12 408 -10.00 bus. 153 216800 1.05, 39912 7J201 35 34 622 236 3154 300 ton tarr ton Ibs. 1 250 y 3154 35.00 20.00 18.00 .15 31T.640 irrom Our Onn Correspondent) MA.CLEOD; Dec. J920. was a red letter dnj at U-e Roman Catholic Mission at Standoff Alberts on ilio Blood Re- 'e.J rBlEhpp McNnlly of' Calgary, aud many priests .of the "'province of Alberta'foregathered, there to honor two .missionaries, Rev. Father Doucet, and Father Blnocliet. both vhom had completed fifty years of priesthood.- -A- mass of celebrated at 9 30 a m by a solemn h'jimass'.' vris sung .by tbe Itev. Father Bianche' in the presence of the Right Bishop and Ihe Tiail log clerg? The deacon of tho mass the Rev Fajhcr Pilon ot PInclier CreeK TUe_aub deacon "nas tht1 Father SnTitb. Calgary, whilst tne Revi'.FaiheriOsborne of Macleod. as- at'- the bishop's throne, After the gospel the night Her BisharjlMtNally preached an able and appropriate sermon in the Black- fool language, byline Rev. Verne of'the' Plegan Reserved Both ,1800 24.00 '23.60 10000 12000 16800 200.00 24300 30.00 1800 37.00 With a total ciop valuation of fiom acresundei ciop, theCP.B litigation block at Lsthbuclge, including the Coaldale, Stilling, Raymond, Welling and Magiath distncts, this yeai pioduced at the aveiage i of gioss pei acie, and once again the migation belt sets up the lecoid foi pioductfon ovei a laige in the piovince of Albeita on Entry to States WASHINGTON, col ony of Mennonltcs froni Ciinnda which members Were the onlj one flomln nted for the two vacancies and were proposes to migrate to the United declared elected by acclamation. The Stales and settle in Mississippi .will department wae there fore 'a'sked lo be refused admission to Ihe United allot tbe on the board, the Stales is such, It was said today al decision being as indicated WAR CHARITIES CEASE Cl P. R. "hEDUCES-THE fices these two meir" bad to' inake in the early, days, "and' the. success that attended tlielr labprs. After tho high mass a banquet was served by Ibo Slaters of tbe Ulood Kc- s no fission to fie visiting oler0v ind friends at which tue two jubilar lans received.the congratulations aud nd wlshss of all: present. laige number of Indiana from both the 1 'ood aud Plegau Roservea were In attendance'at'ihe celebratlou aud took great delight''Iir being, able to show tUelr appreciation ol the work done among them the past by the.missionaries Taking advantage "of. the lly the Bishop confirnieft a large class of Indian children, and after tbe confirmation ceremom yive, benedic lion of ihn n holj ament% lathers Doucet and BlancEet Tcilngas his aesistauts congratu lalions were received fronl iuan> who .wero not able to attend, oiul a hapjy flay was spent IA renowms, old felloftflhips and old ex penences of tlio earjy in Al lierta ROME, Dec. Glornall d'ltalia reports that d'Annunzio has [eft Flume in an Ing first to Venice and later to Paris. d'Annunzio's destination Is Un- known, but the speculation inciud es Ireland, whlcVi he has at ready expressed sympathy. Caoltulatlon Terms Accepted THIESTB, Dec. the. old as.a provincial'-government'over the; city was "iinounced there last'-'nljlil.1 All terms laid down to the Fiuman delegates at Abbazla by. General Cav- iglia have been accepted. These vcfms included release of ics from thoir oatlis of allegiance to tho "Jlegency of abandon- ment of the islands of Arbc and Ves Ha, in the Gulf of Quarnero, restora- tion of all-prisoners made by'the leg- ionaries and surrender of all arms and munitions appropriated from the Italian arm> aud that all legionaries not natives of Fiume'sHould.Meave.: wilhlu five days J Seven Members Of BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Dec. 31. members of one family were burned to death'yesterday In the.flrd .destroyed their riomo: In: Falrflcld, a neleliborlng town.' The dead: Fetfx -Yakimovltch, Ihe falher. Anna, aged 13. Atlcc, 10 6. George, 4, Henry, 3 An montKs old. '.only: survivor of the fam- ify is Alfreds, 16.. who hns been living att another house.: ThB Mrs. Yakimovilch, died in Bridgeport hospital t'riree weeks ago BIUTA1N PAYING OFF BIG CANADIAN LOAN the slalo department, but if the.indlv idual members present themselves at the border bearing proper It would be difficult for tho Immigra- tion authorities to turn them back. The Mississippi division 'of tho ----------..._, American Legion has. protested to charities which have concluded their tho state department against admiB- war relief work have bceh removed glon of the colony. In a resolution re- the of :war charitlt-s.' cently adopted the'Mississippi-.aivis- OTTAWA.' Bcc.r (Canadian fs..glvtft by tho relary of slate that the fpllowlhf war DKI- 11 Dec. 31, submitted to the council of ninbaasn- dors his report on tho progress made Vjy toward disarmament, it bettered .-hero today. '6eorBea LeygueV president of the council of ralrilslers of the republic, con- ferred with.the ambassadors of .Groat Britain and Italy concerning the mat- ter It Is believed .the and Italian be asked to agree to ah early settle- ment of tho problem. It is probable, slatenientn made here lofla'y, thai an uiiicti conference, rcgariiing the situation will bo called. Mi tino Corpuatl.6n, Seaforlh, Triple. Ion said the Mennonlles were unde- ch has Cymtu, and slfablo because they-havc romalne-' OF' MONEY FOB BARONS 4 Aecofdlng Ib the Olote, shipped so far bushels of wheat. I 1 '-4 -y.f ff Ham Wilheeih. chftpter I.O.D.B., all of.Vancouver.1' ..'V SUFFOCATED TO DEATH PIOTOU, N, Dee, Sl.-rCCanad many years n prominent citizen of PIclou, was suf- focated to death last night In his homo where he PLOTTED 'AoAwsf ITALIANS AT FIUME I ROME, Dec. discovery of a plot'lrl IA the Fasoiatl (sxlreme Nationalist party) anil alleged to have beeW'preparlng ai- tack on the Italian army operating against Flume [4 rtpoftta by the liewspapera hGre.todayV_Scventecn persons have, been arrested In con- nection1 wllh the plot, the news- USED RUBBER TUBE 'ROUTE TO SUICIDE MONTREAL, DCc. With one end of a connected with nn open gas fct and the other In his mauth, "Arthur Lafonil, 58, was foun.1 dead la his room last nlglit. Deceased had been out of work for some time. MINES SHUT DOWN PRINCE RUPERT, Tho Dolly Vsnlcn minn. and the Alice Arm .-..._ Jiailway have been shut downlndefln- at home while Canada was hblrig.itely. Miners are obliged to wall: 18 "bled white" In the trenches In France. I miles jrilo camp. GREETINGS While trie citizens of Lethbridge havs had many trials and tribula- tions, as aro natural In tho regular course of events, they have much to be devoutly thankful for in material fortune, and good health, for Which we should all show an appreciation In a renewed devotion to the principle that teach respect, to tbe great Architect universe, and due regard to the honest thoughts arid aspFretlons of-all feflow alwayf care- fully keeping fn mind the philosophy "as abovt so Selow." ua all bend cur energies to the creation of good will toward each and ail and to the building up of o'Uf owri'falr city, Wishing you all, In the happy New Year and that you may nsver dl: until I wish It, is the prayer of 1o com- D, L. HARD Dec Wall Street Journal this morning.says IRebp'rlt rpadtlnrj the fniancial dis- Irlet are lo tho ntfcct that Orcat Ilri tain te repaying the" cred- it granted during' the war by a group ot Canadian This loan is be- ing pild off ,11 Is al tho rile of fa 000 000 monthly URGES ADOPTION OF PRO-REPRESENTATION X The Calgary Alberian publishes a Edmonton staling that Hunt, the special commlsWoner, presented the Provinc.laj government his re- port strongly'- advising the adop- tion of- proportional government, It sesms cer- decide on the system for the two largest cities, with ths .single- constituency transferable vote In other ridings through- out the province. ELEVATOR COHPAN1IES INCREASE CAPITAL OTTAWA, Dec. Is announced In this week's Canada Oazelto that the. Saskatchewan' Elevator -tompanr, limited, anil the Homo drain com- pany, Htnlled, 'each In.creaso their capital stock from to TOMMY CHURCH .IS WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGNER Thomas- Church ,'is noted as a vhlrlvlnd canspafencr n man Iclpal clectlojE but he "ur ill previous rccorua last night when IIB'-' attended 17 meetings and madli 20 npccchcs. Ho Is running for a seventh con- secutive term asjinayor against" ox-Controller Sam MacUridc. on Ground Looting Prop- ly bink Shaft if Deal Goes fhrougli Cleveland Manufacturers t Murdered By Bandits CLEVFLAND, Ohio Dec W, >V. Sly, president antT.Ge.orge J.' Fanner, the W. W. Sly .Foundry company, were murdered _ by. ,-iivG vpayrol! bandits who escaped with.- cash after holding lip the two al th3 company plont this aijd F.inner'dled.Tn. stantly. DECLARES ITSELF TO BE REAL.SOC1AUIS.T PARTY TOimS, France, right v 'ng df the ScWall Is" tola) declarcJ itself lo tnb Sotinlist pirly of (From.Our DJAMOND CITY Doc Considerable .excitement >s-, being caifed by come MlnneapoJI" Vi I'or- are seriously con-td-r ing the purchase of the mine which at Is In th" handn of the Tructa nnd.Cuarantc? Co. of Winnipeg, If the mine is opanc-l up a shaft will be sunk as the. v'u method of entering 1 aUlmci 'frorhythe side of-the a paying proposition. tne'mine is in good.condition. Should the 'deal go through' it would mean much to the town and Its Wisconsin Gorivict Tells Story Which May Lead To N.Y. Bomb Perpetrator r lo tho hops of solving the tnystery of Jhe Wall Strcc-t explosion kllleil' 30 maimed huntlreds. governnVent secret service men nnd private detec- tives nrc hurrying lo Waupun peni- tentiary ir, Wisconsin, according; to a story published today by tho'XIIlwau- prlsones wiio is said to.possess .in- Kranio. members -liave- control Ikee .Journal.'' The officers, according-' ot a considerable par! of (ho parly to this acoJhnl_ mean to inte'rylov a. funds and also of tlio, newspaper Is in the .naino'o[ Deputy Marcel Scmtfut untl various other reality belongs lo lUu Socialist party. BRITISH Q1RLS COME ACROSS TO BE MARRIED ST. JOHN, N. young women comlfij; to C-ir'ada to be married were among the 465: passcii- formation will lead, to the 'arrest of tlio perpetrator, o'f The who Is serving T long sentence has told i story which {end-, to jiccuab. a former prison pal of hav- ing caused 'tlie' explosion for r'evo'iige Ho clilms lo have totorrnationlwhlcu' ponltlvciy Heutify the suspect to the police of several 'eastern 'cities. HARBOR EMPLOYEES gc-ra, 113 cabin and 292 steerage on the sleamer arrived here yesterday afternoon from Ulas- j gnw. A special train left in the a OTRIKE- IN tl. Y. AVERTED WlLi NOT BE PUBLISHED TOMORROW, f YOTtK.vDerj, _ ineral strijte of harbor employes- evening with the westbound passen- i hcro In was averted, last Kr.r.- i.i night when members of tho Masters, 1 Mates and Pilots' Union, voted to to- '.struct their representatives .la alga WAS WELL LADEN WITH PASSENGERS ST. JOIIN, N.H., Cnu- an agreement with the tow Boat: era In accordance wllh the Pacfflc dce'an. Services.- liner board on Uccembor ;2. Ojnmplan, whlcii i't'i'ivfed'Jn port' last! 1 night from Antwefp', landed CSS cabin and 1100 'steerage i passengers' ttidiy in addition lo 'a large geiiehal cargo. Two) ge geiiehal cargo. Two) DRESS SUITS days. out from Antwerp tho'; steamer encountered heavy'. weather ainl faced j'o AT OLD TIMERS almost .continuous You can wear overall? ging- ped the intoVwaveg mountain hnma end bandanas-or pyjam- high. She and buffeted by'sea anrl and waa 11 days and olglit hours passaxs. Officers say It roughest voy- r.go they, ever hadji'.: The C. 0. a. llnfer fretorian ar- rived today from Sho had 113 cabin and 202'eleorage paSMiigdrs In addition to mfilld ,'and general cor- ns If you will nut bo safe'' appear, In a dresi suit, Tnh tho iaiest "clothes .line'' dispaUia from the 0. H. Q, of tho Old 'f Timers cornmltlco. Dancing starts at 8.30-ia th9 Masonic rialt.v ff 4 4 >tt> ;