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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xiu. SIXTCEN PAGES ALBERTA FRIDAY, 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 24 George While Bittcrir OpjeocecT'by Hamy, of Solution 1 EVEN OmirNENTS ADMIT ITS IN RIGHT DIRECTION Wilson and Ireland Ponders New Bill Nations'League Cause of Friction GOVERNMENT TERMS (By rreu Lewd Wire) LOVDON Tan (Canadian Auo- eiated Preii Premier Lloyd Georges Iribh Home Rule propoeal fcj. the absorbing, topic In politics at! preaent, and there are Indications that Ji It Is meeting with some 'measure of approval In Ireland Itself father of Duudalk, vritet to .tie. Dublin Evening Telegraph: that the stream of Intuit poured upon the premier and indeed upon the whole people of Great Britain, In- dlcalesrieiihc-r sanity a generous heart in Ifr-laia1 Foes of hone, rule may. get o.I frbeV white Ihe hate. of all JyelarjJ Is OH n one states get fling ike Inn rau MlT forty years of disappointment, let 'Irishmen RTUP the present thanc.0 of an attempt at selt-gxiernnientf if we. do really- believe' in borne rnlV at all Condemns Propocals The Evening Ta'-graph taken the. place, of the suppressed FreenmaB Journal tonight prints a letter, from John McArdle. the dlslln- surgeon which con the proposals because they are alleged to simply secure Ulster ber ascendancy artd endow her with a Yeto on tba west of Ireland However, this letter, coming from a prominent las Nilinnalirt Is significant because il appeals for lair consideration of the measure. i TVe should sludi the proposals carefully says the writer and if we find that by any improvement thev conld be made workable we >b.9Uld aeek amendment There maj be Ihe term of real and lasting freedom in canloo.flflced statement ot thS'pwmter bat Until the pHnted Mil 4s before ui Nationalists, we would na.wiee to refuse It our full Inquiries annmg other Irishmen. Ow iw to the acuteneis'ot the situation ft-r are not eager I adherents of any par- tlcular sciiool of 'opinion They do "jowt-ver, show impatience with others Brofflsslng' themselves "ready to refuse the. preseiit'offers forthwith. Ifdoee euem as If there was an Idea among a considerable 'net Ion of Irishmen that in the present proposals there is mi opportunity of eventually working oui a settlement for instance, be- Hero It an appreciable advance that effdira of purely Irish local selfgm ernment 'should be A from "ft The fiaaacial propoaa HreYrecelved 'doubtfully. In almost all llllery -92nd: division, yesterday..told tee of tho Thtf generalrstaff' system, General Sherbourne declared, .domlfjated the entire army artd-.Kept coramandinf; of- ficers from corps commander drum in cnnstant fear of being'lent to the rear ia ALLBEFOREMM Now CloM to Pnncipal Coonulk Reinforce Jan The city of C herkask has been captured by the BolsbeylkJ it is asserted In 3 V less message from Moscow today.-The clti waa taken on JUnuary 7 atte? a tattle of tbe cfiaraq ter with .Gen. Denlltlne's troopsr Ndvi CherkasK Is 20 miles northeast- o Hsitov, the principal seaport'ot tha Don Cossack region! Moscow, dispatches -on .Thursda that tne Folsherild were continuing their irrealstibley march against Denlklne, and that fall o hoth Xovo Sherkask and Riilov-on the-Don wzs: errjected shortly. Reinforce Denlklne SrOCKHOMI Jan 9-EithoaIa has acceded to the request of Genera Tudenltch for the transfer of the lat ter'g army to the southern 'Russian front, where it will reinforce Genera Dehikine, according to a Helslugfors dispatch to tbe Tiidningen. It IB salt Esthonia will assist In the tranejior tatfon ol the troops by water. POISON WHISKEY IS BASIS OF INDICTMENTS MANSLAUGHTER COUNT FRENCH LAsWR LKADIR FOR NATIONS LEAGUE PABIS, Albert Thoriiae, the labor leader, prob- ably will resign Chamber of Depnties .to a de- partment !of Natloai, according to the Bcho SPRINQFJKLD, Mass., Jan. Ten, indictments for manslaugh- ter were reported last nlght'by a apccla! grand jury, which hai been tsklrg evidence for two diya fn-conntctfori wlthr the 'alleged sale Mid contained wood alcohol and It ia alleged, resultod.in the deatti of more than sixty peraone.In1 the Connecticut valley. Two other rndjctmenta were returned; ing Illegal' sale of'liquor, and alto several eecrtt Indlctmenti. LONDON, Jan. delegates of Union o{ RaJway workers in conference here today decided to reject the gov- ernment's terms for a settleuieiu of the wage demands of workers'in'the lower grades. It was decided to refer-the government's proposition back to the executive of the union .1 PREBjDENt WILSON Jan. gen- eral'meeting will be held short- ly'by. the Ontario.referendum committee to consider the queBtioh'.pf asking the Ontario h 'government to make a request k .to the; the taking of a vote in this 4 province on' tie.queiitlcn of the 'importation of liquor from Que- k bee or any province into to a state- 4 meat made' today by Dr. An- 4 r "of the referendum committee. t( Killing Is Nptjiurder9 Dia- mond, propwetor. of ihe London Catholic HeJil4 waa arraigned at the Dublin, today, charged wkfe the publication of art article In wWeh tje wat alleged 4o have killing ia net mur Diamond, according to the In unlawfully solicit and enoleavec to persuade >nd propoeod to perione In Ire- land when theJarUcte waa In- tenecd to fcerUrculated, to murder eHvera pereetSl tarrying on the Irelantf." '-r ussia ViaDanzig .COPENHAGEN, Jan. Umie- deported from the' United will be landed here and tranMihipped to Daniig, accord- ing to reporte. The operation will :be. .carried out super- viilcn of the Danish :it is and 'the radicals will riot be permitted io.conie In contact with population of the Danish .Etch bringing deported aliene will, bear six hundred per- eone, tt la aald, -and Jhe United .atatee goverfiment haa arranged with the United Shipping com- pany .of thle city to take them from here to Danzig. Another Report STOCKHOLM, Jan. 249 un desirables deported from the United States on transport -'Buford prob- ably will be landed at" Hango, Fin-. :or turther negotiations with the government. Extreme action Is not anticipated at present. WILL' VOTE ON IMPORTATION, ONTARIO Unwritten Rale of Proportional Representation VANCOUVERi K: C., Jan. R. II. Gale is still the city's chief mag- by.his.vlctory at polls yesterday AlSermah Thomas H. Kirk, with a'toajorltr of: 155T, has earned the' illsilnclion of being the only has broken the unwritfen' rule against a third sue- cesBlfe., term; as Oaly two other' mayors. In yancouTer's histors- htve been: accorded the honor st lOlGCENIS Commerce Board Explaiu Tiut Cost of Raw 11 I Canadian PTCM Wire) OTTAWA, Jan. claled The board of com- merca has issued -a .statement to te 'reasons 'tor rescinding- the 'order 'or limitation ot t'ngar, profits, made ast September, and for. the Issue of an order filing a maximum: retail for sugar and making the same price of IS cents a pound at retail throughout Canada In. its statement the.: board points out that when the previous order was made raw sugar was 'procurable at its place ot origin at' abon "4 cents a pound. It now ooats at the place of origin centa a pound Cranu lated sugar was then selling for 10 cents a pound: in the t' cited States and 1 2 'ce'nU 'M Canada tli is now selling from IS to 22 a poued in the United States, and u. jllkely to go.hurher. ..Neither United States nor, Cana dian refiners can control the altua tion. It is due to the advaqctd of raw. sugar which 'is as.Canada's supply for refiBlnr; us concerned, in Cubfi, Peru, the .West Indies and other countnei Canada's beet 'sugar producllon i Is only about one and per cent, of Canada's fined Jugtr out land, and proceed to Rursii by raihurrler a strong guard, It was said here today. .Swedish authorities declare those deported from the United Slates will not he allowed transit through Sweden. tie'.electbris.Of sue-, vote's and Alderman Klrk'4T2f. AWerUen'Jb'sepli 'Ho'skln' and ;'J. J McHae" in, Wards :Four-and Sli, wille two new-comers 46' council the r persons'of P.' C.'XJIbbens and. James Reid will {ake'th'e'ir seats respective- ly for. Wa'rds Thre'e and' Set en. The four vac'ant-.'setils on, tne, schniol board will be ;filledjby .Mrs. E. A. Angus, James Mrs. Bora MacAulr ay an d Join ft'. while the 'ba Aid'erra'an W..C. Shelly. Commissioner'A. J. 0. Weeks arid George Alderman Frank WoodsldeV.eiected nine years iii suc- cession .for Ward Seven, was defeated Beid by a majority of 37 votes. No' Labor candidates ran In any of: the contests. Reid, however, had-the-strong support of labor and was endorseJ by.ihs Trades and Lab- or Council Ho is a member of (ho Carpcnters'-iinion. The: plebiscite to provide for- the proportional repreEcnfation form of Voting and election in future carried by a inajorlty qt. Tho electors gavo': decisive'negative rnajorlties' to the one ward by-law and also the plebiscite on redistribution of tho city into four wards.'' put. Manit'ba Farmers in Action] Fetkiil PHitid! WiB Be Invaded All Machinery Organized TO MOBILIZE BEHIND x i NATIONAL POLICY Least Two Thousand MEXICO CITY Jan ..towiw.riear Teetelo, savtt of Bi have been oycrwnalmed by the earth dlaturbancee, and a lake ,it crverlng thei-' former sltea, according to a re ttlved this morning Teocelo by way of Vera Cruz Thirty four bodice had. been recovered when menage was filed at Toronto, the MEXICO Jan A D much enthualaain Craig Clearwater, mored'an .ncjAlou 1, y---AUlVDg IJIB nlnffrt m places which the Menco City news papers say were (otall) destroyed are amendment that the organ Itatlon place Itself on record asoppoefne; party politics in provincial as.. well as -fed- eral affairs j In Prwrfncial FlelaV Pollowinrturther is: s-i against setting limits to the neS> movement In the province, H O Bng list and A B Craig moved a further ammdment that a special commutes ot the United Fmrmern ot appointed to 'draft a provincial platform And that the convention en dorse united a.lion in the provncial field Jlr English crltlclied cord ot the Maaltobn governmcut dur ing its four years in olflce. Andrew Graham ;mu politics could not he taken in one field farmers and not in the other.- Another 'amendment was moved -'by. D Haney, of Springfield, l! at a for provincial formed only on a should deed Conzllan, Viith one Grande, where 300 are dead; with 30 CSlcahualco, which has vanished with its-200 In- habitants; Camnsapa, Teo Xconoitl, whore 30 ware killed In each place; Los Slmoueii Chl'ohot- a, Salllllo, Lefratua, Ocollepa, Pfala, Tcnezapa, i Ayahualcox, Qulmlstlan and AloUnilco, whfch re ports a total of 200 dead G..F. Chrpman, editor, of the Grain Growers' Guide addressed con- vention, and. said the farmers' ha'I: n- in p.ovlnclal politics vilnch >iad not Ihed op fhe :erpokede6t legislation' enacted In legislatures and partlar rnents has-been put through wHb'.tie assistance: of farmer said Mr Chlpman, because there somo fanner members and In itho past they been strong party Advices -from Puebla. received last men night, indicate.! that Plant.naian, I Mr Chlpman told the delegates tial Canada_ Obscura, Tepeaca, Chilchot ;lad neglected .the: ore: ROME, Jan. Epors says that Nikolai Lenine'lias written another letter to the directors of the Soclnllst party, imploring them not to precipl- tatof movement, which in the present conditions, would have no success, adds Ihftt a revolution ia land. Qulsltlan, Huaialan, Hulhngo Huaquechula anil Atltxo -hsd been damaged with the loss of 30 Reprwts that a new creator hail 6p- enerl on Mount' Orizba. were confirm- ed late last night b> Captain Mcolas, wMo .has just from Cordoba He declared the new crater wns vis- ible from Cordoba, and that It the right side volcano in the forllon of the peak kn6wn an ClLtalet- epetl. White smoke was l.wnlng from the crater when he IcflJhe clly, saltl. The earthquake believed re- Italy now would have a grave t.Taf t on sponslblo for opening Chi oraler. (he Russtan Soviet republic, which Is! about to negotlatn with tlie hourgcolsc QUEHI'T I IQUOrt powers for the acknotvleilgcmcnt of j the present state of affairs In tlussla i and also fur essential economic agree- ments. .1 All this would roro'tcisa, says Ine, If .occurred in UCENtfE ACT IN fntial government He thougat they should evollc a provincial platform and glvo the government a at it.': In the event of an unsatisfactory response dlfect-poilllctl action might be taken. THREATS OF ELECTION PROTESTS, BRANTFORD Italy, because the eventual spread' of ''or 'ItTia of not ex Bolshevism 'throughout Europe, In', ccedlng H-o years oollon ol a a spirit of preservation, the sUttes 'or arc found cirlvInK mnl- Immune.from Hohhevlsm wouH s slats of Intoxlcatlin, came BRANTTORD, Ont., Jan. iljirman J. W. English, the chief'op- ,lohent of Mayor MacBrldo in mayoralty contest In the recent nmafr clpal'election, Is talking ot proteitlnt Mayor JiacBrlde's election. 'The mayor threalens to have the whole civic election Invalidated If Alderman NEED OF FIXING Rnellsh takes proceedings against him. Mr. MacBrlde says that.tie bil- "ot boxes wore filled, and the over- wpre. placed. In wasti-paper, baar 1 "U rrd In empty boios .Ten. Lsfer'e bill j hermetically clrt'se themielves against j Infection and 'soviet repnbllc, des- tined .to heeqme'.s. for jwonlrj not to strengthen it- self become vital. MILLION :to the AmoHcan Line steamer St. Louis, which at" a Hobiiken shipyard last nlfht, vast estimated til Sl.OM.OM early today.. Tho Interior of the ship waa wrecked and her plaloa badlv UP for seconi1- rcwlng in the leglsla tura.KsOrday afternoon -As Mr, was explaining MA Spiivt, leader ol the iibn, "How Is ha asked. Is no liquor :Irt tho-province-of Quebec; At lha provincial Ireasufir led me ._ that h' do away wllh It. Mr. I4fcrte: "My bill will hslp.' Mr. Sauve: "Why does not the MONEY NO GOOD ON U, S. TRAINS TORONTO, Jan 8-Word .is receive] bere taat state of intnxl all agents, iirs, stewards and dining caf manaters on United S rail-, roads havs been ordered by Unlled Stales: railroad admin- istration to Canadian currency In coin, bflh" or checfcs 'Jrawn' on Canadian ber for Druminond amSnd the License banks owing to the! idifftcul- Act? The bill waa referred to tho public bllla commll'icc (or further and diRerericei "of. 'lex '1 ;