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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN VOLUME XIV. FIRST SECTION LETHB1UDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 33 President of U. F. A. ig Re- elected Without Any Opposition GREAT RECEPTION GREETED HIS NAME (By a Staff Reporter) EDMONTON, Alta., Jan. dent H. Wood, who his directed Farmers Are Joyful And Sing Rousing Campaign Song Also Talk About Starting a Newspaper All Their Own in Alberta PRES. WOOD SAYS CONTROL MUST BE WITH THE U. F. A. YOUTH IS SO OPTIMISTIC (From a Stuff Reporter) EDMONTON, Alts., Jim. the United Farmers of Alberta go Into the newspaper business they will do so on their own Initiative, starting at the bottom, they will not make the same mistake again as they, did iu trying to make the .Western Independent do duty' as- the U. organization, when ihat paper was not'wholly own- ed and controlled by the U. F. A. or- ganization. They will not acce tag put to the big gathering and this demonstration was interpreted by Chairman Greenfield as a vote of con- fidence in the sixth time president. Chairman Greenfield's name was put in nomination but ha Immediately de- clined the liominatioas were clos- ed. In accepting the result of the vote, President Wood declared he would do the best he could for the organization and "I want all the rest of you to do the he added, "and don't be loyal to he con- tinued further, "be loyal to your or- ganization. No democratic organlia- tton in the history of the world has made mora progress than the YOU true principles, and realizing that you went to work, you men and women of the U. P. A., you made the progress, not the leVders ot the U. F. A. All I ask is that yi Watson. "Either I'm going Into the news- paper ousiness with the whole U. f. A. organization behind me, or I'm go- Ing to stay out of it de- clared President Wood, in stating the executive committee's attitude on the matter. The whole matter ot.a newspaper ga'nda of the TJ. F. A. was thrown on the floor of tho house by four resolu- tions submitted by various locals. They .varied widely with the result that the central executive offered the following covering resolution. "Whereas, .there appears to be an increasing demand for a. provincial "And in t B JOB Appointment as Secretary For Colonies Reviewed By Newspapers MAY BE ANOTHER JOS. CHAMBERLAIN U. F. 0. and Labor Endorse Drury Gathering of Members Express- ed Confidence in His Leadership TORONTO, Jan. is said to have prevailed at the Caucus of the U. F. O. and labor members of the Ontario legislature in the parliament here this afternoon so much that a res- olution moved by Karl Homouth, labor member forSouth Waterloo, expressing confidence in" lead- ership of Premier Drury, passed. Among the matters it is said, were liquor legislation, the eight-hour day, increased workmens' compensation for in- juriee and old age REVOLVER Tumultuous Scene in the Ital- ian Socialist Congress MAN WITH KNIFE IS A MODERATE in Newark News. of the you assistance I can." Want Fanllr on Commission EDMONTON, Jan. Cana- dian convention placed Itself on record as opposed to any In- crease In the license tee for writing hall Insurance, which is reported un- der consideration by the provincial government. Efficient cattle guards and proper fencing, of railway lines be .ask-: ed the government railways by the board ot directors. A resolution pro- testing against the setting of parlia- mentary indemnities by the members withb'ut. consulting the .people, was tabled on a motion by a delegate who declared that such action would be useless and .that the only way to settle such questions is at the polls. Public ownership versus private ownership was hotly debated during discussion of a resolution asking that salt deppslts discovered at Fort Me- Murray be operated as a public util- ity by the provincial government. board of directors It Is essential that any consideration of such a paper best be safeguarded and Its move- ment properly Interpreted by securing for the U. F. A. as an organisation, full control ot auch paper. Be it resolved that the U. F. A. as an organization should wholly own or at least hold a controlling interest In any such paper by such plan, or on Foqr.) (Continued on Pag- Five.) To Wage Big tight Against Proposed Wage Reduction TORONTO, Jan. redue- Hundred Persons Drowned WhenCoupleof Dams Broke MEXICO CITY, Jan. than 100. parsons were drowned and men than 200 others were injured In tha disaster yesterday at Puchuoa when two dams above the city broke and torrents of water swept through the lower sections of this big mining centre, accord- ing to the latest A thousand persons were rendered home- list. U. R A. Delegates Inched Toward Political Action District Conventions Will Have a Platform Submitted to Them COMMITTEE TO WORK ON A PLATFORM (By a Staff Reporter) EDMONTON, Alta.. Jan. Action looking to provincial political action by the organization of farmers of Al- tion-was the subject of chief Interest berta' was taken this morning when in the discussions iu opening ses-i the conventI6n convened. The Bow slon of the annual convention of the I River political association submitted International Brotherhood of Paper a resolution, "that the annual U. p. A. Makers here yesterday and intimations convention, appoint a committee to that-a big fight would be mads against! draw up. a provincial platform for dla- a general reduction in wages .were! tHbution to all locals for discussion." given by Tom Moore, president of the Some conssilon was caused by the Trades and Labor Congress ot Canada resolution, delegates wero not just cer- and John Plett of Hamilton Ontario, tain whether the passing of the resolu- Ganadlan organiser of the American, tlon meant irrevocable entry into the Federation of Labor. A flght for the provmcial political Held.. 8-hour day movement will bo made also, it was. declared.' Report That He Was Father of a Local Teacher is Not Correct NANAIMO, B. C., Jan. Batsman, 50, waa killcrt by n slide of rock -tonight in No. 5 mine of the Canadian Collieries Lim- ited, at South Wellington. His son waa killed In the same mine last July. A telegraphic dispatch was receiv- U.F.O.GiveQueliec Fanners Help MONTREAL, Jan. SUPPLIES FOH POLISH ARMV LONDON, Jan. are arriving dally In Danzig loaded with artillery supplies, bomb throwers and ammunition for the says a wireless ines- Moscow May, qiwtlna reports from -The Polish the dlsfiilUh is hur- riedly being organized under the direction of French officers. A Real Hustler- Soon Nabs Men Wit hoot Breakfast Creston Man Starts in Pursuit of Burglars DISCOVERS PAIR AT BOUNDARY LINE (From Our Own Correspondent) CRESTON, B. C., Jan. Rice Shoppard, tor Strath- cona" constituency thought thaf thei., organization should go into provincial th-e Promptest bit of burglar catching that has ever been executed, was done by Provincial Police Officer LONDON, Jan. As- sociated leading Lon- don dailies publish interesting critic- isms this morning on the appointment ot Hon. Winston ChUfchlll to ths co- lonial office. The. Chronicle, the chief coalition organ, repels the insinua- tions already levelled from some quar- ters that Mr. Churchill's appointment means reckless military adventure in the mandated territories and co- lonial possessions. The Chronicle adds that a change which would re- move the great self-governing domin- from the sphere of the colonial office is not, only one which the do- minions but one which will free the colonial office from the com- plications ot separate tasks and al- low It to concentrate Us efforts on the more homogeneous business which properly belongs to it. Tha Morning Post, the chief organ of Toryism, which in spite of the fact that Mr. Churchill did brilliant work as its correspondent during the South 'African war, has long displayed ex- treme hostility to-him, says it would be ungracious to now recall the blun ders which would long ago have end- ed the career of any other politician, and wishes him well, declaring that it is no reflection upon himself that the premier seems to have considered political exigencies in filling the of- fice. The minister will start with a great opportunity, the Post adds, for the self-governing colonies are now In fact partners in a vast, but dimly- realized, enterprise of developing a common inheritance lor the common good. The Daily- Telegraph discusses the character of Mr. Churchill in a genial manner, remarking that he not only admires the empire, but understands it, and is therefore unlikely to treat the dominions with the haughty pat- ronage and unsympathetic aloofness which iii the past made Downing Street a term of reproach. Mr. Churchill, it thinits, is likely to follow in the footsteps of Joseph Chambler- lain who broke definitely with the earlier bureaucratic tradition. la ad- mitting that the dominions are some- what disposed to break loose from the colonial office and deal only with the premier, the Telegraph merely observes that vhlle the colonial, of- fice may bo shorn r" Home of its func- tions, it will have sufficient responsi- bilities in any c.ase. politics, but thought it best that care should be taken to secure labor anil soldier support in the campaign. Owing to the indefmiteness of the Vachon here yesterday. At ha In the convention to undertake tho __________F ___ __ drafting of a provincial platform asking for the' construction the whlch will likely be dealt with next Georgian Bay canal; the erection of a at tno district association conven- iiew bridge across the St. Lawrence aml later ,8 resolution, there was no groat notified "that the store of S. A. iasm shown, but the resolution carried Spears hail been burglarized some and a committee, one from each fed- eral constituency will be named later by the 1922 ed by the Herald this morning to Hie j at Montreal; intervention" to "prevent provincial convention. effect that James Bateman, killed at the forcible annexation of any muni-1 Tne not considered by .Vanalmo was'a father of Miss Bate- dpallties iu Montreal, and the enlart-; as Implying anything defm- riian, school teacher in Westminster ing of the Bonsecqura market, were i "e- echool. Mrs. James Ualeman, speak- ing to the Herald over the telephone today said the daad man might be a cousin but- Miss Bateman's father is living in Lethbridge. QUEBEC HAS NEARLY A MILLION SURPLUS QUEBEC, Jan. Canadian Hon. Walter Mit- chell, provincial treasurer, Is not like- unanimously adopted at the. annual! Another political resolution favor- convention of the. United Farmers action .In provincial politics was In session hero yesterday. I Passed within a minute of being read Delegates from the United Farmers of Ontario were present and explain- ed the system of organization and the political success they had attained. WANT RAILWAY time during the night previous and without waiting even to take break- fast the officer got on the trail of the store breakers. A light fall of snow during the night expediting his search to some extent. Tho robbers who had made off with the contents of the cash register, a half dozen pairs of boots, a big supply of tobacco, candles and some eatables got out of town by a circuitous route and hit the C.P.R. track about a mile from ,toml leaving it again at Erickson anil ................word of discussion. The lo 'ravelled road, resolntion reads: "Whereas, this con-' heailed for which is across vention of West Edmonton United the Idnho boundary about nine miles Farmers Political District Ticking them was fair- has gone on record as advocating "ntl1 tlley out beyond BUT M. LOVE Rumanian Prince Says His Mar- riage to Greek Princess is a Love Match ATHENS, Jan. that Princess Marie of Rumania wap be- trothed to King Boris of Bulgaria and previous rumors that she might be I4u-uuec enaed to Prince Reent Alexander! misrepresente Former Canadian M. P. Sees U. S. in New Position Since War NO CONCERN ABOUT CANADA'S RELATIONS WITH UNITED STATES BOSTON. Jan. his address before the Canadian Club ot Boston last night, E. M. ex-M. P, for Pictou county, Nova iScotia, dis- cussed Canadian feeling toward the part tho United States played in the war. "Today there are people on onr. side who say 'the United States lie said, "and on your side LEGHORN, Italy, Jan. 19__ Vincenzo Viccirea, a Socialist de- puty from Sicily, was the centre of a tumultuous scene-in the So- cialist congress yesterday. wish revolution with the said Vaccirea, looking to- ward Signer Bombaccl, head of the extremists who sat In a box and drawing a penknife from his vest pocket. "I wish revolution with the re- returned Bombace! aa he pulled a revolver from his pocket and pointed it at Vaeeiraa. Tie incident threw the entire con- into chaos, the demonstration lasting 3; minutes. Neither man meant to use the wea- pon lie had drawn. Vaccirea who ia lined up with the moderates continued his address when peace was restored, taylng policy oC violence has produc- ed only failure, misery and hunger. It is a mistaken policy and has failed, wheiever it has been, tried. The his- tory of communistic violence shows that after it has spent Its It Is abandoned. "As the fighting arm of the proleta- riat, behold the work of the United States I.W.W. For ID or 20 years this most protagonist of violence has dar- ed to use In its work unbridled vio- lence with the torch, gunpowder and dynamite. Many of them are serving long terms in prison for their acts. After viewing the failure which they reaped last December, In their con- vention they repudiated entirely theij former policy of violence." province-wide participation In prorin cial politics. ON RY, COMMISSION) "Now. therefore, be it resolved, that. OTTAWA, Jan-Representat- uiicti, Licuouici, uur. j ly to deliver his budget speech to the govern Thursday, January 27, the public ac-i" understood, favoring the counts for the fiscal year ending June' of a brotherhood i man to the vacancy on the board of SO, 1920, were tabled by him in the and that assembly yesterday afternoon would indicate a surplus for period of Tho ordinary re ceipts amounted to while the expenditures were NEW PARTY SEEKS TO railway commissioners, caused by the death of the late Commissioner Good- eve. No appointment Is looked for in the immediate future, but railway brotherhoods and other branches of organized labor Identified with rail- way work aro to have been urging upon the gbverninlnt the wls- Kunnnrtn I dom of from among EMPEROR! their officials, who will be a practical j this convention of United Farmers of mend the adoption of Interaction in every provincial constituency." Only about 60 per cent, of the dele- gates present voted, but there were hands shown agamst tho adoption. LONDON, Jan. new party lias been formed In Budapest by Count Julius. Andraasy and Is demanding the restoration of former Emperor Charles and a reunion with Austria, a Renter dispatch from Vienna. The dispatch adds Out an attempt has railway man and have their Interests closely at heart. PATRIARCH Of AmilALCM DEAD Camaasl, former patriarch of Jeru- Is dead la Rome, it Is learned been nude to neoire Jewish support i here. He was born In Rome, Septem- IT a prMBtoe of abandonment of the ber, 1848 and waa created a cardinal, campaign. December 16, 1TO, ROCHESTER BROKER MADE MONEY OUT OF CANADIAN SILVER P.OCHESTKR, N. Y., Jan. vestigatlon detectives and banks today revealed ,that a Rochester unnamed, had been making substantial prolits out of the fact that a dilcnunt is charged on Cana- dian currency but not on Canadian silver. The detectives learned that tnwal times a week for the last sev- eral months, with 1500 in United States currency, ho purchased of Canadian, which in Canada he chanted into riintw and deposited at fuiL Canyon City where log hauling oper- ations liad obliterated the footprints. However, here trace of them was got from teamsters who reported having passed tliem and by this means they wero traced to Porthili. Enquiry at the station there revealed, the fact that two men answering the descrip- tion given had left shortly before go- ing on foot down the track and single- handed Officer Vachou set off in pur- milt. After about a twenty minutes walk he came unexpectedly upon them in the bush close to the railway where they were preparing to start a fire presumably to get something to eat. Caught entirely by surprise they sur- rendered quite peaceably and were marched back to Porthili where an auto was riiquisitiojreil and the men landed back In Creston within five hours of tho police officer setting off In pursuit of them. They will get their preliminary hearing hern this afternoon. Five pairs of bootfl and about sixteen dollars in cash were recovered on them when they were brought In. Prisoners gave their names ES William Klllson ot Prince- ton, B.C. and Simpson of Ont. engaged to Prince Regent Alexander of Serbia were denied by her brother, Prince.Carol here toilay. t Prince Carol objected to news- paper reports describing bis mar- j rfage to Prindess Helen of Greece and 1 that of his slstof Elizabeth to Prince George of Greeco as political, and de- clared them, "love matches, pure and there are those who assert, 'America won the hut when your extrem- ists say this they are not accurate at all. "The end of the war brought a great responsibility to your nation. Your country has a traditional desire to be free from participation In the affairs of Europe. But the events of the war compel you into a position i from which you cannot escape. With your virility, your great wealth and your power, your abso- lutely changed since the war." Canada's refusal at the Oenova con- f ference to abide by the provisions of Article X. of the League ot Nations I covenant and her assumption of part' of th8 British navy were mentioned by Mr. McDonald aa problems of the Dominion that have been solved. "After all your struggles as to Ar- ticle he said, "it was left to Can- ada to declare for the elimination of that article anil that it was not in- cluded in the covenant." He said that although the Domin- ion's share in the British navy indi- cated a desire for a widening auton- omy, it did not mean a lessening of devotion to the British Empire "to which we are proud to belong and to which we always hope to belong." Tlie Dominion must still consider burden of her debt and the rail- roail problem, ho said. Canada and tlio United States have :oni8 closer together than they real- ize in the last few years, Mr. McDon- ald asserted. The position of Quebec in the Do- in misrepresented in the last ten years, ho declared. The, can-i if it irrigation Then if is aillan population has hoeii dillicult. _. Threat- en to Move Bomb for Lenine Missed Premier; JOU Eight Threw Explosive At His Car- Met Death COPENHABEN, Jan. attempt was made recently to ataasiinate Nikolai Lenine, Bol- shevik premier of Russia, it is said, according to the newspaper Isvestia of Moscow. Lfnine was proceeding to Moscow 'to attend the eighth soviet congress when a bomb was thrown at his ma- chine, killing eight guardsmen and three, civilians and wounding 20 others. The man who threw the bomb escaped, it is that "no other occupied the position of Quebec wealth is safe and property "All feeling of bigotry has grad- ually disappeared and it seems as if simple." He is still uncertain of the ttl, HreS place in Athens this month some time. SEIZED 20 DHAYLOADS OF LIQUOR AT SASKATOON SASKATOON, Jan. larg- est liquor seizure iu the history of Saskatoon was made this afternoon when tho premises of the Lee Wine (By a Staff Reporter.) EDMONTON, Jan. us we move, northmeu tell tho government" says a headline in tho Kilmonton Journal this evening. TORONTO, JUU5f IS The Herald man mas standing by 7 TTTr'v eiTHPififiTrc Honi A' Mcljear1' minister of public ovu live, inuun. works this evening as his copy'of j the paper was put in his hand. TOHONTO, .Tan. of ac- "Give us railroad or we move north cepting the verdict of a jury liore farmers tell government.'" He read last night to the effect that Miss aloud. "And In the south they tell Mabel Wilson came to her deatli on us give us irrigation or we He TO WRITE A BOOK LONDON, Jan. Flume dis- patch'to Tile Times says it is likely that d'Annunzio will stay Jn a village near Paris as tho His history i in the publishers' hands and will appear ill not quit talk- nesses be called lo give evidence .ing about irrigation ditches, again. 1 lie jury informed the coroner! The northern farmers who threaten they were convinced that thero had 1 been perjury at thu inquest. SETTLED SLANDER CASE MONTREAL, Jan. 19.-A .jn.j mi u, iviuiNiKt-jAij, Jan. a 3 guest of Irtondii. strenuous forensic battle lasting near- .riS" Iy, a" it was anuounc- I ed just as M- Justice Lane waa about commence his charge lo the Jury, shortly. SCULPTOR DEAD that tho action In which Miss Ger- maine Hobert sued Estelle McKenna, LONDON, Jan. Hildc-' wife of S. L. Cuddy, for dam- brand, the German sculptor, ia dead ages for slander, had been nettled out at Munich, says from Berlin, a wlrelest dlsputch of court. The terms ot the settle, were not. stated. to move aro in the Vanrena district, which could be reached by spending half a million to extend the Central Canada Railway from Peace River. OPEN SOUP KITCHENS AND BREAD NORFOLK. Va, Jan. kitchens and bread lines will be open- ed here for destitute sailors who an out of employment became shipping iltnatlon, It Is a There are approximately