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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta M. EDITION Mtflf PAGES VOLUME XIV. LETHB1UDQE, ALBgRTA. MONDAY. JANUARY 10, 1921 NUMBER 24 Where You're Goinf That Not Where You Want to Go! Alberta Federation of Labor in Session at Edmonton Hears Reports of Year's Work ORGANIZED LABOR j RECOVERS DISRUPTION! (Special to the Horald) TWVONTON. Jan. Tha eighth annual convention of tha Albsrtu tVcloi'iit'on of Labor opened this morni-ii; with about oua hun'drod dele- fates in attendance. At a quarter paat.ti.-n. Robert McCreath, president at the Trtdes and Labor Council, ex- tunded greetings on behalf of the or- ganized labor movement of Mayor Duggan considered it great privilege to bodr which repre- sents such jn important phase in the Hfo of our country. Ho knew of no gathering 'of men wlio play a more- important part in society. He had always found the men and women identified with the organised labor movement reasonable and aniious to do the right thing. During the recent election campaign, though op- posed by a labor candidate, he Bald no recelred as much courtesy from organized labor aa from his closest Wanda, "You will and. soma men believe in the theory that problems be boat settled by clan war. In early yearn reyolution waa justifiable earner NeJWve Known Third ia Whmt Appears to Be Epidemic Three bridge' and an epidemic part of tie investigated curred at In St. Joseph Xews-Preaa. Slit that order of things had 'long since passed. It U our duty to dis- courage extremists who beliave in MYOiutkm rather than evolution, and I urn hoping that yon will, an ia the put, along these lints, whereby tte at labor and, of society in general much better lervad." Capital and L.fer Pretldent Thompson, of tha Board aboil a mile away A brother Ikrmke waa called and Humjh a iljaiinitb. search of the shack wma.mait there was nothing wqjfc reml any motive for UH BUSB'S sttt dettruction. MctOJM Inventlgated the caae on but decided an In anest waa WMMeuiy as it was clear CIM at sjtfdde. The man did CoL'-Rinr F. McLeod, M.P. of Fred Catholics Have Right to Develop Their Own Schools Bishop Fallon Makes Declare- .tion in Bis of the Day LONDON, Ont., Jan. in- teresting comments ou present were made by Bishop Fslkm du Ing an to several hundred o tie Holy Name Society at their an Kial breakfast held here yesterday Discussing the "regard lor authority Be eafd people do not need to go be- yond their own homes to discover what it means. It is "little Jimmy and "little Mary" who rule the home these days and do pretty much as the pie about everything. One of th not appear to hard financial clr cttmstaacee. e gelled and wl were to be destroyed. Field maps nil field Instructions' were included n the documents seined. None ot Uw ocumenta stated the ultimate object t the organisation. Major George jBCOerich, a Bavarian, was appointed apialn of the newly-organised HaTtrlan "citizen guard" in ber, 1113. A dispatch from Geneva list Aptil quoted the Munich Post, a Socialist organ, as declaring that fischerien had under his command Senate Election In France Favors The Government One Matter Defeated But Thii Not Considered Very Serious PARIS1 Jan.. elec lions in which one-third of the seats in tha- French flenato were filled strengthened the position of the gov ernmant, according to tbe Echo De Paris, all members ot the ministry with the. exception of Henri Ricard minister- of agriculture, who were candidates, being elected. Except for .bis one case, possibly, It Is stated there reason for changing the personnel ot tho cabinet. Georges Leygues, president of the ministry, probably will be questioned this weak regarding" the disarmament of Germany and other questions ol breign policy, but his adherents are confident the chamber debate.- until- after M. Leygues -meets wllh Premier IJoyil George of Great Jritain, on January 19, and this, gives M. Leygues the free baud he, will re> three hundred thousand offlcers and i ot his support. that occasion. Unbiased public- opinion ieernt in dined to agree thaf the government's strength has not been impaired, but a few moderate, organs, such as the Figaro, maintain that the election ,hows a tendency toward the "right." majority of newspapers consider hat the loss of ilre seats by 'the Cuu- srvatives. anrf nine by the radicals inr.ot be takes as indicating any odlftcatlqn in politics, one way or he other. The centre of gravity con- inues to be -held by tho left raid entre where M. Leygues flads most faithful to the kaiser.1 Keeent i advices from .BerHn laid herich defying the lilies 'in Acfal figures made public hr police teadquarters today. Tne ministry of finance alone lost francs through swindlaa and orgeriet. AMERICAN FIGURES ON COST OF LIVING The newly-formed communist partr placed 10 senatorial candidates in the field hnt all were defeated. Swift Current loses City Hall legacies ot the great war, he said j was the bitter hatred of one nation for another. Nations which had enter ed the conflict with the avowed pur of securing the Independence o small nations were In some uses th' first to engage in the same of "grab.1 "As for the love of pleasure." he said, "we see It on every hand anc day after day mothers trailing tliel skirts to sensational picture' show: and evil theatrical performances dragging their children with them, am spending money which they can. -ill alord." Men Woric, Commoting on the 'general dislike of work, ho said: "I believe in the eight-hour day, but, -very few meu now work eigut hours, or-give an honest day's work for an honest day's pay. In former years, for ei ample, a bricklayer took pride In lay- ing 1100 bricks a .day. Were he to do so now he would be shot." Men, be declared, appear to be for- getting their destin they, are not like horses, 'or or but -hat they possessed immortar souls. Catholic Schools Later, spaaUnc in connection with educational "For the last.._flve or six years, have been possessed ot tha convis- iou that Catholics hayo. t. conatitn- ional right to the development ot their schools in Ontario up to and ncludins the university. We have In his city a fifth form irhjeh ia ower school and the initi- ate. Why not a middle and upper school? It is my duty to establish the constitutional rights of my people to he full development of educational meant ind I am sore that in a ehort ime this will have to by ho highest courts in empire. We ,ro looking for a square, deal." CONIESTSEAI N. Gordon May Be Mackenzie King Candidate in West Peterboro PETERBORO, Out, Jan. a meeting of Liberals ot West Peter- boro here Saturday night, it was de- cided to call a convention for Friday night next to nominate a Libewl can- n M r r-t didate to contest the federal seat in Une Man, a Loses Lilfe I west Peterboro, vacated somo time Overcome By Smoke SWIFT CURRENT, Jan. a ire which broke out at 6 o'clock in the city hall the building was pretty wall gutted. The damage will amount to while building and I a contents.arc- covered by only Jldate. hut hod declined the proffered ago by J. II. Burnhara, who resigned on tho ground that the Meighen government had no mandate from the country to carry on.' Not only Lib- erals, but representatives 'of the U.F.O., labor and other interests at- tended the meetiong, G. N. Gordon, a prominent lawyer of this city, had can- WASHINGTON, Jan. ures of the average family in the Jnlted States for rent, fuel and light ot only resisted but ran counter dur- i Ing the last six month) ot 1920 to and the final awarding of; the general tendency toward a lower territories to Belgium. prices, It was shown in fig- organization in accordance with establishment of n ures 'compiled 'by the department of ......-bsrsau ot labor .figures cover-eipcaaitares br of responsibility, for average family In eight large cities.'The average cost of living report Bays, the out mandate Commission to administer i labor's' S.1" P( the G.orniau 'The i GOOD DEAL OF MISERY REPORTED IN MONTREAL FROM UNEMPLOYMENT and sollege In Montreal, at MONTREAL, Jan. orders were given to the various police sta- tions throughout tho city Saturday- in connection with the unemployment, registration. The police are Instruct- ed to investigate immediately cases where necessity is reported and to give the needy orders for food and other articles. No order, to be lonored unlena first, approved by Dr. Boucher, medical health officer of the city. On Saturday 248 registration forms were sent in. In nearly evgry police itatlon many reports of cases requir- ing immediate assistance were recelr- ed, and fuel 'being tho chief re- qulremeats. Many homes where mis- erable condition! prevailed were dls-j PAWNED OVERCOAT AIDED DEATHS NEWARK, N. J., Jan. quor of wood alcohol, bought with money from a pawn, erf overcoat, in believed by the police to have caused the deaths of two men here yesterday. G. T; R. EARNINGS MONTREAL, Jan. Trunk week Hallway traffic earnings for ending December corresponding week last year I STO. Increase DELEGATION HELrTufc SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. Spanish warehip Espana of tons, on which thu Spanish delega- tion to the Magellan celebration TOT.' aged to Chile, Is aground In the Gulf of Ancud, off Puerto Mont, according to advices the ministry of Interior Tha nociMS in a heavy {tpij .these cltlee at the beginning- of the nsurance. The .most deplorable fea- ure of the Are. is the fact that a pris- oner. John Henry Andriesch, lost his life while locked In one of the pollen cells located in the front basement of the building. Andriesch was arrested at 2 o'clock this on a charge of theft. Constable Hauck mads the arrest on a warrant issued several days ago. Andriesch leaves a wideb- and three children, the wife having left recently for Manitoba on learning her 'husband was having trouble with the police over the alleged theft of certain; sums oC tnoney from other Owing to the drastic reduction hi honor up -to Saturday night. The liberals were insistent upon his al- lowing his go before the Negotiations for Peace in Irtlauit With Father O'FlaiugMi Are Off MAY WITH OTHERS NOW LONDON, Jan. ences between the Rev. Michael O'Flanagan, acting president of the Sinn Fein, and Premier Lloyd George with a view to bringing about peace in Ireland have been broken off and will not be resumed, says the Dailv Mail. Before Father O'Flan- agan returned to Ireland on Fri- day night he had a long conver- sation with the premier and .the. outcome is said to be described in official quarters as "not as satisfactory as could be hoped." Peace negotiations have not altogether broken down, the newspaper adds, but -Father O'Flanagan will not be t party tb further Irishmen Helped Germany LONDON, Jan. which .passed between tbe German embaasy at Washington and the for- eign office at Berlin, in which the names of a number of Irish-Americans ire mentioned to show active cannec- Ion between leaden of the Sim Fein ind the German government A urine he war was Issued by the gjrern- ment yesterday in the form of a White paper. Ptsei Naaotlstlens DUBLIN, Jan, reports In of. Hclal circles are. to be credited, all legotiutons looking toward peace In raland hare been broken down. Def- inite !i lacking hat Jt is tsted that Llojd George has deflnHely refund to consider tbe Sinn Fotn'a ropoial for the withdrawal of the blH. Officials here take a gloomy view of he situation. The increuaed activity ecently on the part ot the military and Republicans In the martial law area is Considered as indicating an ex-' tension of guerilla warfare. Attempt to AauaaiMate DUBLIN, Ian, attempt waa made this mornjas; to as- sassinate two officers who utth the wife of one ot them, were riding- A a touring car in the outskirts of Dublin. The car was riddled with the driver speeded up and escaped with the passengers, only one of the occupants of the ear, one ot the offi- cers, being wounded. The identity of those in the car was not disclosed, but the car went on to' Dublin Castle. FIRST GREAT LAKES STEAMER TO MAKE TRIP IN 1921 TORONTO, "jan. special W the Globe from Cleveland says: "The steamer Stadacona ot'-JgL. Hutchinson Beet will make the trip in 1921. The Stadacona has a cnrgb of storage grain; was loaded in Buffalo last, week and lie brought to Cleveland. The sr is being fitted out and will be ready :o sail Monday night or Tuesday.. Sue party convention neit Friday night I wm be- laid up here and some change's and it is understood that Mr. Gordon1 has consented to do thls.- CHINESE AGREE TO PAY COMPENSATION TOKYO, Jan. and China, according to newspaper reports, hava concluded an agraanient closing the nclilent at Nikolaievsk, Siberia, last flred _..---- _. ,MW on Japanese .subjects during tfie ilght-1 h year was per cent. the tie police force time ago there I iDe ,vith Itussiau partisans during soason Ene average cost in 1914, while at the end was no officer In the police department i whirli of last June it was 115.1 per cent. be made to her machinery during the winter. vessel's trip will not be a rec- ord for early or late sailing as tbft steamer John Stanton Gf the sanit fleet and the F.. B. Squire of the kim) Steamship Company made the trip from Buffalo to Cleveland in ruary about 12 years ago. "The Stadacona will make the trip ivi'thout insurance. There will no danger of collision. when the fire broke out. Immediatelj- the alarm of fire MILK PRODUCERS WON JOHN. N. B.. Jan. milk producers who supply the city dealers j come have won out In their warfare orer he could unlock the cell in .wnlcli An- several hundred Japanese were reported to iiare been killed, was The Chinese government and the given Chief of Police Dorthwick hur-1 officers the warship-will apologize rled to th'e scene arid was almost over- price reduction, the being fdrced to: accept the one-cent reduc- only amount-the producers driesch was confined, and with tho asalaUnce ot two firemen dragged him Into the open air. Dr. A. Kelly was would agree to. The dealers had been j summoned and the prisoner rushed to inslitent upon a two-cent reduction the Central hospital, but it was found on tbe price per quart u they had promised such a reduction In pricee to their customers. ENGINEER WAI KILLED TORONTO, Jin. O. engineer hydro-elertrlc plant at Krlldale, waa hutant- ly kilted yesterday when a rrowoar wUch he and Walter iellsimrT at city, were- to force upm th. ned and the load tunnel slip- ind caused to tbrown to life had hesn extinct befon; An- drieich was taken from tha cell. The and ohin.'i will nay thirty thousand j-cn as compensation to the families of Japanese killed. MOTOR PLANT RESUMES BUSINESS AGAIN WALKEhYlLLE. Ont., Jan. 10 Tho local plant of tho Studebaker Motor corporation resumed opara- caretaker of the city, hall and his tlons with a reduced stajt this uiorn- family resided in .the building but it Ing. The plant, wlilcli normally em- U believed they knew nothing of tho prisoner. HICCOUGH EPIDEMIC VISITS BUDAPEST BUDAPESTi Jan. alarming outbreak.-of an epidemic of hiccoughs ploys about 1500 men been closed for some weeks, but today two hun- dred employee! are Imck at work. The firm hopes to have the entire staff it work ajain by May LONDONER DEAD LONDON, Ont., JIMI. has occurred here. Th9 malady lasts _...... ___ ioor of tea tmneL thirty feet for two or thrae weeka and physicians w. McGuire, aged 53; for nftgen years Salisbnry Ir olUcal con-.bellere Jt. tp be tho forarunncr an manager of the Imperial oil company Jlnfl'JinM enldomlc. (here, Ills home yeaterdav. McGean." the vessel comes out 111 be called tho A neit LIQUOR EXPORT HOUSE HELD UP, M CASES GONE REGINA, Jan. men armed with rifles and (rattling In two auto- mobiles, held up the Wrstside Export Liquor house at Carndufl, the berdcr, and escaped with sixty cases of whisltey, -according to a re- port received by the provincial policy PREMIER STEWART ILL EDMONTON, JMI. Pn- aier Stewart, according to the intimation made hy President wan unable to keep his appointment to be preient at the opening of the labor convention Uday, on account ot illnefia, at which cenerat n> fret wu felt. ;