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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION 1VELVE VOLUME XIV. LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA. TUESDAY. JANUARY 11, 1921 NUMBER 2J mm LOST BALLOONISTS mm REACH Feature of Big Gathering WM the Addmset by Farmer Visitors From All Over the Mutt Bureau Plan trict U.F.A. Head TaMa Plainly. It -was a foregone conclusion that of the Lethbridge Board of ii.-L..- iu.j year at ito unnmii meeting last night. And he was. It was certain that the mem- bers of the' board would hear tome pretty straight talk on .irrigation, weeds, and other farming problems from .visitors pretent representing other sections of the south. But they did hear It, and they got it straight from thVahoulder. For instance: Hugh Mackintosh, of Maclwd, told the big audience of ISO or more that when MiM Cora Hind, of the Wiani- Free Press, suggested that the fanners who allowed weedi to grow on their farms should be hotted in oil, for himself he would prefer a little water from the Oldman River on hit land so that he could fight the weeds. Tht Weed Mcnact John McD. Davidson, the Hereford breeder of Coyldale, telling the irriga- tion larmers' side of it, declared that thaw wasn't a .weed he knew of which couldn't be fought successful- ly alfalfa, and that when the land 'becomes so valuable that it doet- B't pay to grow weeds they will dis- appear jutt at they have done on the land in hit old home (tate of Illinois. They iheard John Powelton, of Ray- tnoad, declare that government offl- eiaJa who. preach mixed farming to the of Southern Alberta would do molt to contribute to the Btteaiti of mUed farming by getting behjnd the campaign, for irrigation CxtMMilOB. B- W. Rltinger, of New Dayton, contribute hit that the problemi of the dry farmer wonlii ne wind and that Uny would pull through alright; based hit opinion OB the experience of twelve iff. ftrmlag In the New Dayton dis- trict; It Up to Edmonton In the concluding speech of the evening L. H. Jellitf, of Haley, presi- dent of the District U. P. A. associa- tion, placed the failure of the sale of tie Lethbridge Northern bonds and i the delay in irrigation development in Southern Alberta at "the doors of the provincial government. Mr. Jelliff spoke straight from the shoulder. He Again Heads the Board of Trade G. R. MABNOCK Chosen laat night as president of the Lethhrldge Board of Trade for the eighth BHcceasff year.' BiHUead Three Gernhm War Sentenced By Court at LEIPSIC. Jan. teeond crlminil chamber of Imptrill court yttteriiay sentenced the flrtt three war criminals convicted re- apeetlveiy to five and (our years' penal lervittide and two im- prisonment. The men ac- euaed.of having looted rt Inn it Edinae, Belgium, in October 1918. The aeeuted who wtre engineer did not figure in the allied extradi- tion litt, but were tried under the law of December 9, COMMONS MAY SIT FEB. 10th I Ptoto shows the U.S. army balloon in which Into the Sub-Arctic districts. Inset is a photo at one of the three balloonists, who declares she will go to Mattico to mee her husband, airmen dritte iUsr Hinton, wlf arrived at Mattice. Back to Civilization air lerMce litJtltMstt, Uentanant MATTICE, Ont., Jan. Farrell. HleaWjjitl jUoor, who land dlan three United States' (Continent) an page nw.) said the government should have giv- en a full guarantee of the L. N. bonds. It was folly to go to any bend home with merely a two-yeart guarantee on 30-year debenture would immediately see the element of weakness. "We mutt go to Edmon- ton and demand a full guarantee and we'll get it. They'll have to give it to he said. 'Mr. Jelliff referred to Marshall's speech at Raymond the other evening in which the minister made a strong appeal for mixed farm- ing. The minister overlooked the fun- damental thing, he said. What was the use of sending these young men on a sand hill to engage in mixed farming and stock raising? You can't feed purebred Shorthorns, Ayreshires, Fercheront or Durocs on animal hus- bandry. They've got to have- some- thing more substantial. "If there is one man in the prov- ince of Alberta that should come out squarely and: vigorously for irriga- tion extension, that man is Duncan Marshall.-1 have waited two years for declaration from the minister of ag- riculture, and I am still as- serted Mr. Jelliff. Lethbridoe Northern Assured The prediction of T. W. Crofts, pres- ident of the Lethbridge Northern dis- trict, that the'project was an assurity and thati actual construction work would be underway by early summer, iwas" greetea with applause. Mr. Crofts atated that they expected to meet the government in a few days when they would go into further negotiations the members of the cabinet the result of which conference he foil reasonably certain would be most Jav- prable. A Pleating Innovation The annual meeting wat one of the Brast succetsful held for many years because it wat different. The lunch- eon served by the ladfot of the Wo- men's Civic Club of the Board of Trade preceding the annual meeting provided a reason for inviting a nnm- Nations Goods Are Shut Out Will Trade With Canada Instead WASHINGTON, that the passage of the Fordney em- ergency tariff bill would lead to retal- I Con tunea on Pate WESTPHALIAN COM. MUNI8TS CAUSE STRIKE AT HAMBORN 0 AMSTERDAM, Jan." comtnunltts of Westphalia, who have already brought about a strike In the factories at Ham- torn, says a Dnsteldort din- 4> patch, are aeeklng to nuke It general throughout the Rhine- land. The conservative labor leaders, however, are opponing tbil. iatory measures from Canada and other countries, arid would-breed un- friendliness to United States trade in other parts of the wat given yesterday by witnesses before the senate finance committee. As a result of this testimony it was expected last night that the members of the United States Tariff Commis- sion would be asked for information on the question. At the close of the day's hearing, Chairman Fenrose intimated that' he desired fuller enlightenment as to the danger of retaliation from other coun- tries. The will conclude its hearings today and the bill is to be taken up In executive'session Friday. H. M. Smith, of Philadelphia, one witness of the day, when asked to explain his statement that the propos- ed bill would lead to trade reprisals, said that States was now sending vast quantities of: steel and construction materials to the Orient at a time when Canada and much o: Europe is entering actively the field of selling. Canadian prices, the witness said wore not far different from those in the United States and he added: "Those people can just as well place their in British Colombia as with Wie United-States." This, he added., wat merely an indi- cation of how the retaliation might start, and he explained that them was niany other which could bo included if a trade war wen begun. STEWAMT UNDER GOES OPERATION, APPENDICITIS A TTA CK EDMONTON, Jan. Chis. Stewart of Alberta was op. crated on at the Royal Alexandra hoapltal at o'clock thit morn- ing for appendicitis Hit condi- tion It mw reported to be favor- and a mtiafactory rrecovery It The period of con- valstence vrijli however, iwmur- lly be a .United Veterans, Secretary George Tustln was Instructed to write the Dominion executive request- ing that- it communicate with all oth- er branches and ask their co-open- tlon in bringing about an amalgama- tion of all soldiers in a non-political association. HALIFAX WILL COPE WITH UNEMPLOYMENT HALIFAX, Jan. hid decided to Immediately cupe with Hi Unemployment situation, all public and oodles having Joined hands. A deputation will be sent to Ottawa to urge the federal govern- Harding Should Act On March Safe Plan Where- by U; S. Navy Program May Be Reduced WASHINGTON, Jan. inter national agreement "with all, or prac tlcally all, tho nations which wll guarantee an end of competition in navy was presented as the only alternative to the building by the United Slates of a navy powerfu enough "to command the respect and fear of-the world" by Secretary Dan lels, In testimony today before the naval affairs committee of the bousn of congress. Mr. Daniels, who appeared before the committee in connection with its contideration. of the tubject of dis- armament, dismissed at unworthy of dltcusslon a third propoaal for a United States navy lest than equal to the most powerful tea power In the world "because it it a watte of money to tpend money on an agency of war wMch would he helpleu If needed." Suggetti Dlurmamtnt Conference (Continued on Pace Frn.) LENINE IS REPORTED TO BE SERIOUSLY ILL; GERMAN DOC TORS ARE CALLED NCW YORK, Jan. premier the tovttt ernmtnt of Ruttla, danftrwiily ill at Motcow, nocardiflfl to a wlnhMt rfitaatoh fram Iwrlln to the Jewish Newt Mre, madt public today. Mitt by the eormtnnd- tnt, tald thrn Otrmtm ttwoiallttt meat to prc-.SS Vilb lK-t art now their tt prcvemeattV -_> tcnaultttton. 1 OTTAWA, Jan. (Can- adian Febru- ary 10, -wag-discussed, it is un- derstood, at this f morning's meeting of the cabinet council, as the date for the opening of parliament. There was no definite date reached, however. Heavy Movement of Grain from the West Going Into Ft William FORT WILLIAM, Jan. seven and eight hundred cars of grain are arriving here daily from the west. The elevators arc rapidly filling up despite 'a rail movement to the east. Over ono thousand cars of freight are .going through daily. The rail- ways have not reduced the .operating staffs, materially. It ia one of the busiest winters at the head of the lakes. Officials 'Bay there is no un employment. Emisiary of Sinn Fein Vitits British Premier in Downini Shoot- ing in Proposes Ireland Do Without Liquor or Tobacco To Hit the British Treasury. Jan. Michael (ing James Farrell was shot dead O'Flanagan indirectly represented I Thomas Connolly was severely Eainonn Do Valera at the meeting I od on North Brunswick street, it: at the premier's official Downing Street, held last Thursday at which Sir Hamar Greenwood, chiei secretary for Ireland, waa present, according to the Times. The inter- view was given Father O'Flanagan at his request and a very frank inter- change of views took place, after which Father O'FIanagan returned to Ireland to communicate with his friends. The Irish emissary explained tho aspirations of (the Sinn Fein and was answered unequivocally by the prem- ier, who daciared that his conditions had been repeatedly set forth and were unchanged. One Killed in Dublin DUBLIN, Jan. last ev In Fernie Looms Mayor Henderson and Alder- man Hutledje Run for Council (Special to The Herald) PERNIB, Jan. candidates for mayor, Mayor Or. G. Henderson and Alderman Edwin Rutledge were plac- ed in nomination for that offico this and nine men, good and true, were nominated for the six seats at the Firnie city council table. All of the put-going council, except B. Rntledge, for mayor, were renomlnated and H. E. Douglas, Corrie and. J. S Irvine were placed in nomination, the nine nominees are as follows: W. A. Har- rison, R. H. McEwan, H. E. Douglas, A. Corrie, Wm. Roblch'aud, Wm. Cur- rie, M. Tully, J.. S. Bean and J. S. Ir- vine. Sherwood >A. Cura- mings and R. Phillips were elected to' succeed- themselves en the school board by acclamation, and G. G. Moffat was also elected by acclamation to serve another term police commis- sioner. MONTREAL WOMEN WANT MRS! ARTHUR MURPHY FOR SENATE MONTREAL, Jan. a re- tolutlon patted yesterday the Montreal Women's Cfub endors- ed Mrs. Arthur Murphy of Ed- monton, at being qualified for a teat In the Canadian senate and atked the federal government to appoint her to that position. BOGUS V. C. WAS CONSUMMATE LIAR Confesses To Murder Nearly MeardlH Harry Dracy Tells N. Y. Police of Killing of Moise Aabin At Aylmer, J NEW, YORK, Jan. (Can. Press.) of a murder committed near Ottawa in. 1915 wat'> made .here yesterday according to the police by HarryDracyr JS, a Maiden Lano jewelry store who is held on a larceny. According ,to the police 'statement, Dracy said that living in a place "about 15 miles from .Ot- he hoard a quarrel going on between a married couple living in t' e same house and interceded for the woman. Later ha was in a cafe across the Etre-t when the husband entered, drew a revolver and threat- ened him. In self-defense, the alleged confession says, Dracy shot and kilted the man. Think the Man OTTAWA, Jan. a lapse-j of six years when all hope had been i given up by the local authorities of ever bringing the murderer to jus- tice, Sheriff Wright of .Hull, believes that the arrest of Dracy' solves the mystery of who shot and killed Moise Aubin, a resident of Aylmer, Qua., on the outskirts of the village, ono night early in Circumstances surrounding the shooting .igree with the confession. lln, by auxiliary police. A few civ dren who were playing in tho streoi at the time were the only witnesses A semi-official report o( the siioot ing says thai while two auxiliary pc lice officers were walking.through thi streets, several shots were fired them, whereupon one oE the offlcefr drew his revolver and returned the lire.. Rettrietione on Cork CORK, Jan. military govet nor of "Cork has advanced the hour in Cork from 10 o'clock at nigh' to 9. This is due to the attack oc the police at Parnell bridge las! week. Aim Blow if Britain DUBLIN', Jan. Waxfort cbunty council, composed of Repub licans, has adopted a resolution uu' animoualy calling upon the genera) 'council of Irish county councils tc start'a campaign for the total prohibi- tlon of the- consumption of liquor tobacco in Ireland, in order to deprive the imperial exchequer of taxes froni these commodities estimated lit tweri ty million pounds. The' resolution which was prbpoiad and seconded by members connected with tho liquor trade appealed to Catholic heirarchy for co-operation. Valera Denltt WhrM Paper DUBLIN, Jan. De era, the Irish Republican leader, broke his silence today with a formal statement, vigorously denying the al- leged. German-Irish flat against Gnat Britain and attacking the govern- ment1! "white ptper" Saturday concerning such a plot. Tod of KB WASHINGTON. Jan. Cailwtan, lord mayor of Cork, who arrived In the United Slates at u, stowaway and in whoae caae the itKtl department hat refuted to waive thf passport requirements, is to appeal Thursday before the commiwlon o! the committee of hundred .in-' vestigating conditions In Ireland. Farmers Least Class Conscious Declaration of Premier Reason for Farmer Political Movement KRASSIN SEES HORNE ABOUT BRITISH'TRADE LONDON, Jan. Kras- ,ri. Bin. the BolGhovik minister here hart born ot political ambition, but bora two more interviews yesteW witu, of i determination to better rural con- Sir Robert Home, chairman HAMILTON, Jan. farme: is least class conscious of any' mem oer of tiie community, Premier Drurj declared in an address to the Canad- ian Club hore last night. The farm- era' movement which had spread KG surprisingly from coast to coast k Canada, Premier Drury said, was no: board of trade, apparently in ail en- deavor to straighten out difficulties concerning gold payments by Russia for goods purchased and 'to shape the trade agreement so that it will be more acceptable to the Moscow gov- ernment. Want Holland Treaty THE HAGUE. Jan. Rus- sian soviet government is making ef- forts to reach a commercial agree- ment with Holland.- According to the Dutch newspapers. Leonid Krassin, the Bolshevik minister of trailo and commerce, in seeking to visit Holland, mt the press was informed today at he foreign office nor likely to get that Krassin passport. The ES tra: of Hoi transaction between land and Russiit. DutclTforeign office recently announc- ed that restrictions would be plac- ed on trade with Russia, although ST. JOHN. N, B.. Jan. j Tno Netherlands government would day to day little bits 'of information I De to assume responsibility for urn up about. Albert B. Wood, :onfctsed bogus V.C. winner and erst-1 merchants rhile regimental sergeant major. A rire from tha chtef of police at Mont- 'eal asks tho. police here to obtain rom Wood a watch belonging to a named Mrs. Jamieson, which te thought the man was in possession f. Wood .displayed n watch on the lay when ho told his story to Mayor Schodeld, saying that it was given to iim hy his dying sister and although had.sold every available article In JAPANESE WITHDRAW TROOPS FROM CHANG TAO alive ho couiaanot bring imtelt to part with the watch. AMH.fB8TiUBQ POSTMASTER DIES IN A STREET CAtj. WINDSOR, Jan. 0. Parti, pettmaettr of Amhtrttburt, Ont, for the latt 40 ytart, died while on a- WlntW ear. He WM S5 old mil it acid the oldMt poftmaeter in Canada. TOKYO, Jan. is officially an- nounced that the JapUnew forces have withdrawn from Chang Tao, to the. Chang Tao regton some time ago owing to the alleged nr.tivitien of Korea, except two battalions which Japanese resi- dents. JapanRse troops were sent in- tho Korean bandits. MEXICO CITY MOVIES CLOSE, TAKES TOO HIGH MEXICO CITY, Jan. mov- ing picture theatres In city have been closed, their owners having re- fused to continue operations became of the new increases in taxes, which are declared tw prohibitive. Ho asserted that this was the sole aim of the farmer movement. What1' ever misunderstanding there might bt iu the cities-as to this, he wished to ck-ar .the public mind of any imputa- tion of motive of the farmers, he saifl. Speaking of rural depopulation, the premier attributed it to the isolation oC the farmers' life, difficulties-con-, nected with farming, the lack of con- veniences and comforts on the farm- all these, he said, contributed to the migration of the farmers' sons to Uu cities. NORWEGIAN STEAMER SENDS OUT S.O.S. CALi VNEW YORK, Jan. dis- tress signals, calling for help "at the first possible moment" were -picked up here early today from the Nor- wegian steamer Ontaneda which left here for Vaksdal, Norway, on January 1 carrying a general cargo. 'The message gave her position at between 1200 and 1500 miles' from New York. A message picked up later from the British freighter Philadelphia, said she was rushing to the assistance of the Ontaneda. GIVE FRANCE YEAR TO PAY nuBNOS AIHBS. Jan. The French government has been granted a year's postponement ot the pay- ment of a balance of at a credit of one billion dollars extended her by the Argentine fioverhment in FENIAN HAiO VETERAN DIES BROCKVILLK, Ont., Jan. W. H. Moore, a veteran of the Fenian raid, died here yesterday. W years old. ;