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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TliN THE I.KTHKR1DGE DA1LTT SATURDAY, JANUARY m RMRESTED IN ed cittiens among the "Rede" w'.il t-e (timed over to polico authorl-1 .les for It was said I jSOO deportation warrants are teaJy j Football Scores Old Country O- C'orrimunisls and aric.s Mostly of Romian Will Home Revolution- agents glanced oxer tons ot literature, I records, and figures seized in the raids. WASHINGTON, In the Hilton-wide raid last night and at noon., It was at the department of Justice. More half of this number probably will be held for deportation, of- i ficials said. I NEW YORK, Jan. ot jaslico asents armed 300 -war- rants, coiUiuued toilay their search of ra'Ju-sls tesuii ia a series ot raids conducted last night. The transfer to Ellis Island of 201 radirals, held for 4e- rorlatlou proceedings nKej; being ques- tioned all nigb: by department ajjeats was bejan today. More- than 400 per- sons arrestu-! night were" released for lack of evidence to connect thorn with revolutionary doctrines. v Warrants still held .uy tha depart- ment of justice will bts served "as ex- peciitiously r.s human effort cau ac- complish II." aci-ording to W. J. Flyun, chief of the bureau of investigation ol the dc-partmeut of who di- recSod test uation-irlde. raldi from this city. Persons srrwted Itit night !i3va icalrkcd Moiely. day nig'at. he slid, since Commnn- ist partv convention in Chicago, June 6, 1S19. In addition to czatuming the per; arrested, department of justice ID appear from some of the evidence seized at the office of tho Xovymlr. they aaio. that sailors ply- ins between this country and Europe had been afc swret igers'to convey correspondence be- itwoeu "Buls" in the United Slates and Uielr In soviet Huisla. At [ho headquMtsre of the Communist World actr.ls they found the latest "Bed" posters imported from Europe, tag llie Mttng ot the Russian blockade and recognition of the government. Wireless reports of conditions in soviet Russia also were found anong the batches of documents seized. Two of the persona arrested will bo vurncd over to the district attorney to bo dealt with lor alleged violation of the ftate criminal anarchy statute, It was said. They are Julius Godkiu, a tax collector, and Harry Wlnltzky, a lawyer. Floth claim to he Uhllcd States citizens. The United States transport Kilpat rick, sister ship of the Bufford, now on tho high seas with the firs; con sigainoni 01' deported radicals, will be used to transport ilie second contin cent. Off in KEWARK, NJ., Jan. firs' consteair.ent of radicals arrested las' night. 107 in number, were sent to Ellis Island today on the al'jame Thomas Jlillard, of the immigration senate. There 1'i women in the ice, who directed last 'night's raids, ttid: i have 1 tbM't. la breaking the backbone of the radical j evolutionary movement Iu the Uaited Slates. These raids mark the ing evolullocUm throughout the country, Vo planned this more very carefully and the rnsaWi'have eiceeded our ei- lectatlons." One ft tho important arrests isaiUi thai of Harry Winiliky, secretary of tho communist party In he United States and a United States clliceu. Winltzky has been at liberty LONDON', Jin. elated OJd Country football result! (or today. Ftrtt Wvlilon Arsenal, 2; Mucucwter Oil-, 2. Alton Villa, X; Burnley, 2. of decline ot organized jiui-kbum Revert, 1; West Brern- 1 ........'wkh Albion. 6. Bolton Wfmderere, I; Notts County, 0. Bradford City, Bradford. 0. Derby County, 3; 1. Brerton, 1; Sheffield 1. MiuchwWr 0; Middle-bore, 4; Nortu Bjy 0. NewcMtb UxltwJ, 0; OMhain. 1. Sheffield Waited, 1; Liverpool, Dlvlftfon J; CUptoa Orient, 1. Blackpool, C; Uiiited, 0. Bristol CRy, i; Birmingham, 1. City, 1; Kotherhiu; City. under bail, following uis indic'.- uie'it last summer (or criminal anar- chy, lit is a lawyer. Tiro men ar- rested Winitzky said they had served iu tho United Slates army and ivere wearing army overcoats. j In Ckvtlind CLEVELAND. Ohio, Jan. eight out. of tbe scores of aliened rad- j lesls taken iu raids by federal agenls. and polico night will be held for: 0. Fulha.ii, 0; Sboke, fl. Orirasby 1; deporwtion. It was announced by Bl-1 Us Morton, special agent.for the de- partment of Justice, this morning. A total of 20 radicals are also in custoJy In jirty. Another boat load will be taken there' this afternoon. The prisoners were conveyed to the docks In patrol wagons sad they be- gan whistling and singing as they boarded the boat. On the way to the Island the women includinr several girls of 17 yean, played "tag" on tbe duck. Many Rcleaned XEW.TORK, Jan. held hera toiUy as a result oJ New York's share of Iwt night's country-wide! round-up ot apoatlei of auarchy, yip-: lence .Diimbered between 100 and i50V 'The remainder of tho six or se-Yea imnfired aelzed were re- leased duriPn the night in- vestigation and will by federal ngents. Eiact figures withheld. H is understood tint an nsracd'in will be deport- ed as wxm possible and thaLUnit- Yoiingstown, Ohio. In Baltimore s BALTIMOME. Jan. the S5 alleged radicals rounded up In Bal- timore last night, 23 wore held today for the action of Immigration Com-1 mlssioner Stump. Most'of them are1, aaifl to be luamben of. tho Russian] branch of .communists here. j More Than 20CO Perfect Caset WAS1USGTON, Jan.: j AttonieyGeneral Garvan, In charge of! the raids, said .that 'mure than persons'were held "on perfect cafes" i and that the raid promised 16 bo not! 1- only the greatest in scqpe.-but also the j greatest in results of aoy in history. In every olty where "tbe j machinery was set In mollon. he said.; success alteuded tha efforts. Fr.urj. thousand warrants were issued, but: the arrests exceeded that numlcr., i Besides the "perfoct cases." i Sir. Garvan sail, federal agents: ob-' tsined sufflcient evidence to justify the arrests of the others. 3 Scores of parlor Dal hevist'! weie among ti.ase arrested in tho raid of f ficials said. These, it K i Huddersficld Town, 4; Leeds City, 1 Nottingham P., 0. South 7; Hull City, 1. SUxkport City, i; TotU'sbsm Hot spurs, 2. Woiverhamptoii W., 4; Llncoin C. o. Southern League Brighton and K. A., 0 L'ardtff City, -4; needing', C. h't-Mer City.-4; Southampton, L Mlllwali Athletic, 0; Alerthsr T., 0 Northampton. .0; Crytlal Palacfl, -1 Newport C., 5; Norwich' City, 2. PorUmouti, C; South End United Queen's Park TUhgeri Bristol R Svrlnflon T., 2; PJymouth A., 1. Swansea T., 3J Luton Town, 0. Watford, 2; Gllllneham, 1. D'AN'NUNZIO'S CASHIER FLEES WITH THE CASH may have to he dealt under ROME, Jan. Trierte ccrresppndent of IHe Mrsmg- ero telegraphed that the CKilVer of Gabrlele d'AnnunzIo, tfie Italian insurgent leader at had fled a million franc .CELEBRATED TOOVVELL Just What Ydii Ranted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE There arc a ot deslgne that -urould accord with -your dining. Toon's furaitnre and a aoto of cteer especially in the Christmas Season FOR THE UVING ROOM Select uiie of cu- artistic wallpapers that you will never tire of. HAVE SAROAINS IK JOB LOTS Of WALLPAPER, JUST ENOUGH FOR SINGLE ROOMS. YOU WILi. HAVE TO TO GET IN ON THIS, AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING. AUDIENCE- DISAPPOINTED THfiATREiEMPLOYEES STRIKE PARIS, Jan. large iwd- Icnce which ftathcrtd to atts.id the last nighl was pointed "when the manager an- nounced that cuddcn strike -cf the employees would prev-nt the cafryfng out of the The -of the "orchestra and of the chorus nnncunced their intention to early fast night when their demands nor met by tht management. Ort Twatr U troi cr among the 20 brotors vrho faced the GiaglstraCe her today on charges of over Indulglni I follow i2s- tV lifting of tie ban on Jil on IjiportaMon of liquor into 0: 1 tulo CONFERENCE' IN BSRNEJN MARC Sinn Fein So Far Has from PRESIDENT R. W. BURNABY Heeled by Ontario TJ.F.O. conven- ion In place ot Pmlfeat K. ir. Hal- tert,