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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION PAGE VOLUME XIV. LETHB1UDUE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, JANUARY 3, NUMBER 11 Protection Has Been Used To Benefit Capital And Not Labor GOVERNMENT CONTROL INDUSTRY CAPITALIZATION OTTAWA, .lau. Canadian following statement sign- gil hy Tom Moore, president, und I'. M. Drapsr, secretary-treasurer, was to tho tariff the aeabion hero today on be- I'.uir o: th3 Trados and Labor Congress ot Caaa.la; ihat your commission may uaderttand clearly the authority for th'j statements contained hereto., and tor whom they are made, we consider it advisable to preface thsrn with a cliort synopsis of our organization. "The Tnidss and Labor Congress of Canada in direct affiliation near to two hundred thousand workers, or- pah-'-.ied Into approximately two thous- and lr-.ial unlonn, which are located throughout tho Dominion, extending tru.-a Breton to British Columbia ami t'lvr-n the United States boundary to tlie oxireme north. radoa and Iwbor Congress C.T.uhi u iiDp.-polUicul body, its liciag composed oi men and of many different politlratl bel't'f.i und opinions and the viowH expressed should therefore, not be coni'useil with any expressed by lii.'iit'ca! labor party whoso member- ship Is conilned to those of one poiUt- wLbalipt anil lucludes many besides u-pr'.ters. "The organized workers of Canada believu in the utilization of tho nat- ural resources of the country and their conversion from tho raw state to a one wtthiu the boundaries eif Canada. "Ths following out of this policy has intn'.it ihe nuititnttng many new "IN WE NEAR FUTURE' Down goes the Protective Taril before the farmers' onslaught. The above cartoon it the product ot the pen of a young Welling boy, Tom Hoycroft, Borl of W, T. Roycroft, dealing with a topical subject of current Interest !rom the standpoint of the lad's environment and belief. For a school boy, he exhibits a flue conception of the cartoonist's art and no doubt will be heard from later. He makes his bow to the public through the col- umns of tho Herald. MoDotonws, Two ladies on StroD Walked Out of Hull Jail Under Noses of is Handed OTTAWA. Jan. or the monotony of Ufa ,10 the Hull jail, two v.-omen took a bolt off tho door of tlMS.-female ward about 11: SO o'clock on Year's me and etrolled to freedom, while one of the turnkeys was onfr. a few feet a.wayj from them. i The two women are Laura Cote and Ida Jones, both of whom had -been surfing short Baitences. Afl ROOD as the to ba.vc known of tho umbusb. the newspaper continues, ''may be ;a rouc'.i lorni 61 GOVERNOR OF N. Y. HAS NEW JOB NEW, YORK, Jan. gover- nor of New York state to directing head of a large .trucking corporation, is the step to be taken from public to Two C. N. R. Employees Killed in Collision Near Port Arthur PORT ARTHUR, Jan. J. B. Campbell and Fireman J. Me- Lauchlin of Rainy Hiver, are dead and Brakeman M. Campbell and Con- ductor J. Fraser are injured, but not, eeriously, as the result of a head-on collision which occurred at o'clock Saturday inorning at Mileage 185, between a danger and freight train on the C.N.R. According to the official report, ex- tra train No. 2442 with Banger ami eastbound freight No. 202 came to- gether after extra No. 2442 passed. Flallger unknown to the operator on duty at.the time, who accepted a train order addressed to 2442 making It meet with 202 at Mitaha. NEW U. S. NON-STOP FLIGHT RECORD SET; 702 MILES IN 9 HOURS to electric 1U transmission lines from Niagara Falls, thus providing for amtUgumfl.tlon. ot' the present public-owned hytlro. its only competitors. While tiie daylight saving by-law is, of course, quite late, it will .have ita effect on business in the summer. House exemption by-law provides for the partial exemption of assess- ment on smaller classes houses, and was submitted to tba ratepayers as a modified proposal along tho lines of single tux. The public ownership papers hatl ihe general results of the election, Saturday as a great triumph for pub- lic ownership'principles. purchasiiTtfTonin-j element of justice power beyond question." Balk of Armenian Army Has Taken to the Government Pretests CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. News from Armenia continues confus- should lie always ;yond qu Between Hammer and Anvil The Daily Express, granting--Hii! the action was legal and necessary, adds: "But it is horrible and probably will cause more serious attucks In Ireland and it is impossible to vi'ithholil sympathy from Irishmen who find themselves between the hammer of Sinn Fein murderers and thft anvil of the British The radical press, on the other hand, is horrified, the Dally News raying: "The reports will be read with amazement and despair. It is a sav- age outrage upon human decency and the matter cauuot bo left where it is." The Daily Herald, organ of labor, calls and diabolic violeaetv1 and calls upon labor to stop this war upon a nation. Guards for Church-Goers .BELFAST, Jan. uniiiiie spect- acle was witnessed in Londonderry early Saturday the congrega- tions from the watch-night services wsra escorted to their honies by fully armed military pickets. Thfl rurfew law is in operation in Londonderrr. and special permission waa obtained from the general commanding tlio military district i'or the holding oj the midnight services. A Cork Report CORK. Jan. report readied Cork today that large partiaa, com- posed of military and palico, visited SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jan. private life today by Alfred E. Smith.! Hsliing a new United States non-tsop The former governor, in a talk with i duration record for pilot and rive pas- newspapirmen showed plainly that he "angers for seaplanes, the United ed. The territory ot the Armenian Midletoa.Saturday night and heid up soviet republic Is the scono of import-! searched everybody found in tho j ant military movements of Russian j streets. Soon after 9 olclock in toe troops. The country appears" to be' in ovenins the Midleton garage and en- a state of complete anarchy. The gingering works was found to be on bulk of the Armenian army has taken !ire and was burned to the ground. Only the energy of the fire ment prevented tho flames from ei- ui. j'srd.'S; 3 hili new position. When the his new position today it will be tho tirae of 9 ttours :lnd 13 minutes yester- day. The big triple-motored piano first .time'in 22 years been out of public life. A GREAT RECORD MONTREAL, Jan. written by the Sun Life of Canada last year amounted to a re- cord for this company. THREE KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Johnny" reputed tlwi to iieut a fortune when oil wai rilgcorered on his Pennsylvania land, dkd of pneu-' raonla'Friday at Fort Crook, Neb., where he wan station agent for Chicago, Burlington and Quinsy road. rail-! TORONTO, Jan. L. Bernard ot Downsvlew, On- tario, u oLcrt -Uitance from this city, and her uon, Gordon, ajed 12, and daughter, Vera, aged 5, were killed on New Tear'i day while coming to Toronto In an auto whir'1 wai hit by a Grand Trunk tr.illi. i- to the hill.H and many towns and vil-, lages arc being looteti. The Georgian foreign minister lias tending to the adjoining bank. Sev- appeai to soviet Russia and the oral shops of, the town-were wrecked from San to Magdalena Bay, Lower California, in tho remarkable covered the 702 miles between Point Loroa and Magdalena Buy at ar. aver- age of 72 miles an hour. The naval air station here reported that the flight of the N'. C. 5 wus the longest In the hlntory of naval aoro- FOREMOST EXPERIENCES HEAVY FALL OF SNOW Bolshevik infractions of treaties whereby supplios of oi] have been withheld from trains seat to lluku and seized. calls attention to the con- centration of BolshcVik forces on the frontier and the erection of military iforlrs within the neutral none. Bolshevik Cossncks havo penetrated Georgian territory, disarmed the pop- ulations and looted vilkiECE. General j Karaloff, tilt1 Georgian representative j at Kriv.iu. anJ stun'. It is stated, havo been hold up the soviet Armeniini government. and looted. Some houses in the vill- age of Carlgtohlll was roportM ta (From Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Jan. must have been the largest precipitation of moisture in many months fell In u. few hours yestsrday morning in tho form of enow. Mild weather had pretty well cleared the previous "fenow away but is more than ever on the ground SECRETARY BRITISH WOMEN'S TRACE LEAGUE IS DEAD IXJNDON, Jan. MlM Mary Mc- Arthnr, necretary of tha Dritlah Wo- men's Trade League. Snil vlce-prssi- dent. of the International Women's ied at her 'home in Golders Qrevo, Saturday. Miss McArthur was born August JSSM. In W IS she was nominated for parliament hut was .was {defeated. WIUiON TO VETO MEASURE WASHINGTON, Jal'. of- ficial "liourj.'aE it leai'neu today that President Wilson had decided to veto the resolution to revive the war nuance corporation' as an aid to the farming and other Industries. Dis- approval of tlie meuBiire was raised by Secretary Houston. CONNECT SINN FEIN WITH FIRE AT MANCHESTER Jan. large warehouse was net afire last night hy parsons unknown. Earlier a police conitabU was shof and wounded by a party of men loiterir.f around an- other warehouse.. Thy police are said to lie uorklng on the theory that the flro and tittack are connected with Uic recent Sinn Keln activity here. Ford Employees T To Build Own Cars That is Plan of Idle Workers if They Can Secure Plant While Idle DETROIT, Jan. petition re- ouestSng the use of the Ford Motor company uiant here for the tura of cars for employees, was being circulated among employees today for Tho request proposes that tho company turn over the plant to the workers during tho period c! the1 shutdown announced last weok. Em- ployees, the petition states, will to pay for all raw malerlala and; to return the plant In as good condition aa It Is at present. The petition la being .circulated br men who call themitilrea a "committee of Ford workers." Officials at tha plant they had not hsird of tho roquoat. All depart- ut tho Hiahlanil Park were closed today. ;