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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta rnroAY, JANUARY 7, THE DATLT Great Wealth Is ProdncedByTlK West Provinces Ertinute FifVTC ClOM tO Hundred IMIan WINNIPEG, Jan. of tin toll produced in tho three prairie provlnKivt in 1WO were of a total at M71.611.U3.97. am increase of orer the preceding ywtr, according to statistics compiled by the and pub- lished today. on (rain are for last ton! months of the year, and all flmrw corer the full 1J months. Grains increased from SS0.48 in to In Livestock decreased from 2I4.S4S.OO in to I51.2S6.176.15 19SO and the Free Press article etatea that this decrease was oecaalooed more by decreased numbers eran than lower Dairy return an (inn as in 1920 and In 1919. Other total- ied (49.1S7.MO.OO in 1930 and in 191D. VICTORIA TO HAVE PROFESSIONAL LACROSSE VICTORIA, Jan. is a strong possibility that Victoria mar hare a professional lacrowe- team- the Pacific 'Coast League next wason. A party of mainland promoteri are eipected in this city early neit week to talk over -tie mat- ter. Vviute dtar Dominion AMERICAN, RED STAR AND WHITE STAR LINES FROM NEW YORK Date. Steamer. To Jaa. Manchuria ....Hambnrg Jan. ........LiTerpool ......Plymouth ......Southampton ......Plymouth ....Plymouth t-GHrte ........Uwrpool ......Plymouth ......Southampton to Cherbourg and Antwerp, FROM PORTLAND Jan. .......Lirerpeol FROM HALIFAX Jaa. Jan. .......Liverpool "Call! at Hamburg. Delightful Winter to West Indies, Puama Canal, South America. January, February, March, 1921. Largest Steamers to the Tropics. Apply any Railway or 8.8. Agent or Company'a Office, 28t Main Street, Winnipeg. TO EUROPE ST. LIVERPOOL IPeb. SlMar.ls. Ifetagama Jsn.HIFub H Emp. Britain IFeb.19 Mellta Jan.2XPeb.26 Apr. 2 ____ Minsadoea 4 Victorian fsfar.25iApr.SZ. Kmp. ST. SLASGOW Feb.lgjApr.1 Pretorlan FebJSjApr.H Sicilian ST. LONDON .Ian. 29 Corakw Feb.12IMar.26 Grampian Apr.lS Tunisian ST. SOUTHAMPTON- ANTWERP 7eo.lljMar.26 Scandinavian Conlcan CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Main Street, Winnipeg. ISLAND DECLARES FOB REPUBLIC Jaa. population ot tha of Vectla baa revolted aa> abut the Italian government ud proclaimed a "Croatian republic" says a Central dispatch from Rome today, an Aaaatia message to Meuatcro. soldlen were killed In the nprlslag. Vnglla, In the Unit at Qaarnero, is one ot thn islands clarond by Quarnero regency, bit control at which by the f AmBBBsians In. agreement to oarry the of Rapallo. CANADA ALL RICH! Onntrj Has Passed Through The Times Coming TORONTO, Jan. Joffe, author and prophet, who wrote, a book predicting fall of Russia, and who is said to have prophesied the date of the entrance of tha United States Into the world war aad the duration of the war, is In Toronto. In an in- terview Mr. Joffe was asked how long ho tboofht the unsettled condition would He made a favorable pre- diction for this country. "In Canada they will not last much he said. "In fact, you have passed thnogh the worst. I base my prophwy on the soundness of the baekbonoof this dwellers in small towns and villages." Mr. referred to Russia and said that there would be such slaugh- ter there as the world had' never wit- nessed. Only after that could a stable government he Introduced, said. JHBUES IRELAND AN DAnnnnzioTo Remain in Frame Buys Wardrobe and Plans to Write Book of Experiences TRHCBTB, Jan. S.-'Gabriele nemslo. It to alleged, Intends to re- malm In Flame. This sutaownt is mainly on nports that has to Venice tor a lute wardrobe of errUiu clothes hat reqnisltion- eo one ot the largest Tillai In Flume. May Start Newspaper LONDON, Jan. London Times' Rome corrMjwndent reports that G'ahrlde d'Annunjlo proposes to star in Flume until he has completed a history entitled "The Days oC Flume." When the work is finished it said he will so to where he may found a newspaper. LOT Of MEN FOR THE WOODS CAMPBBLLTON, N. B., Jan. S. While thousands at men are reported to be idle In Montreal and Toronto, agents of the lumber interests of Que- bec and Ontario hare been busy in this district engaging men for the woods. One concern was reported to hare encaged one hundred and titty men and to have been looking tor as many more. i Found in Pos of Father Dominic Produc- ed Dahlia Court DUBLIN, Jan. Statements "like- ly to came disaffection to his majesty in donmoBta alleged to have been written by father Dominic, chaplain to the Ute Lord Mayor MacSwlney of Cork, or to have been in possession of Dominic were read at th'e opening here today of bis trial by a field general courtmartlal. Father Dominic was chaplain ol the Republi- can guard and spiritual adviser to the lato lord mayor during his casflne- ment and at the time of his death In Rriiton prison. Tlwi charges against Father Dora- Inlo are based on certain passages ln a notebook and in a letter, and It wu declared In advance of the trial that the accused priest would maintain that the passages in the notebook were dictated by Lord Mayor Mac- Swiney in the presence of the Brixton I prison authorities for transmission to i MacSwlney's friends and that the letter was a private communication to a friend in England. The reading of the documents con- stituted the first evidence submitted by the authorities at lie trial. Father Dominic refused to recognize the court, but reserved the right to cross- examine witnesses and to make a statement after the close ot the pro- ceedings. The court entered a plea of not guilty for him. The letter on which the first charge against Father Dominic Is based is alleged to hare been written by him November to a friend. This let- ter, which was superscribed "Francis- can Capuchin Friary, touches on the activities ot the militant Sinn Pelners, execrates the crown forces and refers to the recent tragic Sunday In Dublin, when 14 British court- martlal officers were assassinated as a "terrible but wonderful day." The letter asserts that "the boys got the leaders ot the B. and T. (Black and Tan) reprisals" and goes on to say that the Croke Park shoot- ng. which followed the killing ot the auxiliary olDcers, was "ordered as a reprisal by MacReady, Tudor and the remount ot the reprisal committee." (General Sir Neville MacReady Is military commander of Ireland and General H. M. Tudor la commander of the Black and Tans or auxiliary Tie letter also declared that "It was decided, to, to assassinate Larry O'Nell (the name ef the lord mayor ot Dublin) that night." The second charge Is bsssd on the memorandum alleged to have been tound in Father Dominic's room at the Capuchin Friary in Dublin, It was beaded "Ireland an Invaded Nation" and began: "All the Inhabitants of every nation unjustly Invaded are bound to resist the Invader. And the nation Is considered to be at war with the Invader." The reading of the documents cre- ated a sensation In the courtroom. BRRNSTOBFF WOULD HATB GERMANY ENTER LEAGUE OF NATIONS KIEL, Owaaany. Jan. Joaa Uuturlch Bamstorff, former Oar- man to the United StaUa, who Ike Democratic ticket for the elections In the lew ScUeewlc-Holatera district, contribct-. eil an article to the Kiel Ciaiette. n the of which he Off- many should not have usunmii an attitude at IndttTerenee to the LeagM ot Nations, despite its alleged present Imperfect organisation. Ho says he believes the league not wholly bereft of certain ami effect and that Ger- many's request to be received into It would have netted "important diplo- matic benefits" and in all probability would have resolved itselZ Mn a diplomatic offensive. P .S. CUNARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN 3A1U1NGS From To Jan. Cherbourg, Hamburg Feb. Glasgow NEW K.A.Vlc...Jan.lS Cannania ..Jan.29 K.A.Vic.. .Feb. 16 Carmania .Feb. 19 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Irapcrator.Jan. 2U Aqnltauia ..Feb. 3 NEW Saxonia... Jan. 22 Saxonia... Mar. 1 PORTLAND, ME___GLASGOW Bassandra.Feb.lS Satumia...Mar. 11 NEW (Via MB- vllle) Columbia.. Jan. 15 Columbia. .Feb. 19 NEW Pannonia. .Jan. IS Italia.....Feb. 1 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Batnrala....................Jan. 30 8.8. CARONIA tons) learee New York Jan. 15th on a seven weeks' cruise. PmU Information can secuiud Mai all atjMta, or company's ofllM, Btrwt, Winnipeg._____ Of Skin and Hair Cuticura Soap when used for every-day toilet pur- poses hot only cleanses, purifies and beautifies but it prevents many littie skin troubles if assisted by occasional use of Cuti- cura Ointment to soothe and heal Cuticura Tal- :yrn imparts a delicate anting fragrance leaving the skin sweet and whole- some. ITALIAN ROYAL MARRIAGE TURIN, Italy, Jan. is a great gathering of royalty at- tha castle at Aglie for the coming mar- riage of Princess-Bona, third child the Duke of Genoa and Prince Conrad, nephew ot the late King of Bavaria and ol Prince Leopold. Conrad's mother was the daughter ot the late Emperor Francis Joseph. I Their Flight Was Unofficial and Authorities Will .Place Them Under Arrest OTTAWA, Jan. Ottawa Journal says: "It Is understood that the three American naval balloonists who drift- ed far up into Northern Canada after leaving Rockaway Beach, N. Y., on December 13, will be placed under arrest by United States military s.uthorlties when they reach their conntry and will be paroled for court, martial. Their flight is said to have been unofficial and something in the nature ot a joy ride. United States authorities have been of this, but presumably have had their own reasons for keeping Quiet about It. "If found guilty, the men will have had an expensive trip. In addition to the cost of the balloon, search has been made for them since the middle of December. Considerable money will be made by the adventure, if the naval authorities do not intervene, big newspapers have offered large sums to the men for exclusive stories." Washington Denies WASHINGTON, Jan. navy department this afternoon issued an official denial ot a report that tho United States naval who landed in Northern Ontario and are now making their way back to the railway line will be placed under arrest when they reach the United States for making an un- authorized trip. Free balloon flights are authorized at any time within the discretion of the commander of any air station, It was stated. The flight which nearly cost the lives cf the three balloonists wag entirely in ac- cordance with instructions, It wfcs stated. SICILIAN ARRIVES AFTER ROUGH VOYAGE ST. JOHN, Jan. C. P. O. S. liner Sicilian arrived 'in port this morning from Antwerp X-ith 320 cabin and 87 steerage passengers and two thousaud tons of genera) cargo. She was 17 tiaya making tho passage due to unusually stormy weather. Sonis day; the steamer was headed around by wind and waves to such an extent that she was able to only make a 100 miles in 24 hours. Moun- tainous nois broke over her decks, hut fortunately no damage resulted. The passengers will leave St. John on the regular trains for their destina- tions la uppttf und the west, Canada Should Depend More Upon its Own Resources Smys Lloyd Harris LONDON, Ont., send a party of about 350 Canadian manufac- turers in a specially chartered ship throughout the empire in search of trade opportunities was the idea ad- vanced by Lloyd Harris of Brantford, speaking at the annual meeting of the Canadian Club here last night. 'We are getting too many things from the United States which we should get in our own he said. "We are using worth of steel anuually, for instance, that should be- produced in Canada. It is the du'.y of every Canadian to buy everything possible in Ctiiada." "I hope that one of the things the Canadian government will do from now on Is to keep its hands off busi- ness and enact legislation that will give protection to all classes of soc- iety and encourage development." The reason for the inflation which had now spent itself, he added, was the excess profits tax and he'hoped that in his budget the finance minis- ter would remove the handicap to Canadian trade. The Cause of Gout According to medics] men Inch ss Garrad, .Mlnkowski, Hans, Vogt and Reach, the cause of gout is due to an excessive accumulation of uric acid, in the blood. The same effect happens in rheumatism. When your feel lunpa of lead, when your back hurts or urine is cloudy, full ot sediment, or you are obliged to seek relief twe or three timoi during the night; when you suffer with sick headache, or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when the weather is bad, ask your druggist for 'An-uric (anti-uric acid) tablets; or send Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buf- falo, N. T., lOc for trial package. An- uric is more potent than Uthla. 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