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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME TWELVE PAGES LETHBRIDOE, ALBEP.TA. TUESDAY, .JANUARY 27, 1920 TWELVE PAGES NUMBER 39 British Labor in Appeal to Ireland tabor Delegation Investigating Irish Unrest Well Re- s i ceived in Dublin .PLEA FOR SETTLEMENT BY CONSTITUTIONAL MEANS 1 1XXXDOX, Jan. Daily Mail's torresiiondcTil tcconipanyine tlio Labor delegation conditions In Ireland' reports that William Adam- son, member of parliament for Weil uiid chairman ot the parliament- nry Labor .parly, an address to Irish business men at1 Dublin, contrasted tho cordial reception of the visitors us individuals the bitter hosiil- ity of tbo political.views they encoun- tered. Ho suggested that if rather more 6C the former spirit was Infused into Irish political, discussion thcro- -ivould ,bo a belter chauce of a falls- factory settlement. .Arthur Henderson, Labor leader, ap- pealed to lije. Irish commercial clash- es to Help tiio rebuilding ot trade and I adding: j "Unless the'Irish is speed- i ily solved on coiisliaiUonr.l lines some .of us have the gravest apprehension, deepened and intensified by our ex- perience here, that there is fjravo i danger c-T Its titling itself uu uncoil-1 Etllntlonul Hues." Allies Get Rid of Hun Prisoners PARIS, Jan. o a precautionary meat- lire. While government hav'e denied any knowledge; af an In- tended uprising and aay the at- tack on Mathlat Enberger, min- ister of yetierday, prompted the mobilization of forces, It 1> authorl- sought to forestall on the part of the tupportera of the Imperial regime. It was reported Tait night that attacks'against the Independent Socialist! and Rad- icals were planned .ai. the firrt step In the rnonarchlstcoup. Deep Indignation over the at- tack on Herr Erzberger was ex- pressed in a proclamation issued last night, the attempted assassin- ation being called "a.criminal ex- cess of political warfare.1' The proclamation said'it'hoped the deed would arouse the of the general public and'promts, ed to protect everyone' against violence. Inquiries were made at thesErz- berstr home by the .British and ;ltalian charge d'affaires, -and President Ebert ten- dolences to the wounded minister. Ex-Katcer Despondent MAYKNCB, Jan. news papers publish a letter from forme.1 Bniperor William to a personal frlem iu. which the former oraporor ex sses his absolute diacouraEemen- and says bo does uot waut lo returi to.Germany. Ho says lie believes hi. return would cause a split betweei German factions. Hungary Won't Sign LONDON, ,'an. Al- bert Apponyf, head of the Hungar- ian peace delegation, is going to Paris this week to hand to the en- tente solemn refusal to sign the ptace treaty in Its pras- ent form, says a wireless dispatch 'from Berlin. That's Wh) 0. B U. is Needed Eastern Lalxur is Op- posed to I'Ian> i cnnrl rule that the first twelve names train and Curley had not yet re- taken out of the box should bo sworn i turned tho second section liovo In as a jury, which was seconded sight. John Queen, who characterized it as T. J. Curley, the hrakcman whose Dorien': has rendered Judgment [only half that Bnown on the Dominion awarding damages of nnd .farrh, tho, Introduction 000 respectively, lo 0. C. Uunstall, ot of Marquis wheat has meant an an- Montana, and C. A. Morey, nnal Increase 1n sorno bush- of Texas, against Sir Charles Jloss, els of wheat In tho prjtlrle. provinces Head of the former Roas riflo over 'tho crop that wouiii a result- lor Injuries received while using a Fife or'some other variety Ross rifle. jbeen sown. rendering judgment, Judge Dor- len said there was a defect In the rlfta which could not bo detected by an ex- pert. The claim entered by Mr. Morcy, who Is a man of sovenly years of age, was for but this was to JIO.OOO. GIVE ARMENIAN MANDATE JO DUTCH PARIS, Jan. case the United States refuses to accept a mandate for Armenia, It may be given to Holland, according to ad- vle'ea from The Hague to the Ma- tin, quoting rumors in that city. The dlscofery and 'distribution of Marquis wheat has'therefore resulted in Increasing.Ihe value of the wheat crop in tbo province of Alberta, Sas- katchewan and Manitoba by reason of increased yioldrby over twenty mil- lion dollars annually for the years. ASSIST "EMPLOYEES TO ERECT HOMES NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.; Jan. is announced by Ihe Western Union Telegraph company that ha! been set nsldn for the purpose of. as- slBtlng married 'employees lo erect homes. Farmers, Labor and Brotherhoods Want to Hold Control Over Roads WASIllkGTON, Jan. lo Uit'oxoeutlvo .offices wllh a. letter unco of government conlrol over the 'or the projHenl. Tho relurn (it tlio roads, tlie letler declared, would my'olvo nn Increase In freight rales of 25 to 40 per cent, "since nn acidftlohal rftvonuo of close lo a billion dollars w.ould bo which would mean, It was added, "an Increase In tho cpjl of living, as esti- mated by your dli'eclor general of rail- .roads, of at hast four billion ilollnn I a year." niilroaOs for al least two years wan asked of President Wilson nriain (oilay by reprcsenlatircs of fnrmor.J.' organ- {gallons, Iho American Federation of Labor am] Ihe'four big A large delegation, composed of many nf Iho same peraous who called al Ihc House last December 17, went sporlinK offer lo Ihe crown, was' duly denied. Mr. Ivens remarked lliat he jhought the accused wcro being per- seculed not Mr. Ivens said he had been wonder- ing how much more grease tho crown wished to put ou the plank upon which tho accused were to be shot In- to Ihc penitentiary, Sir. Andrews staled that the accused were taking every opportunity to car- ry out Iho same tactics inside court as they had done outside; and that he did not purpose to be goaded Into being unfair by such stMcmcnls. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Jan. Hlgher food prices for 1820 were predicted today by delegates to the Joint convention of the Na- tional Cannersf Association and other organizations Identified with the canning Industry, In- creased cost of production WM the reason given. BUY A HUNGARIAN PALACE; THEY'RE ON THE BARGAIN TABLE BUDAPEST, Jan. dalaces and esiales which before the war were valued at from 000 lo an being purchas- ed by Englishmen, Frenchmen and Americans for comparatively rttffeant sums.. In some cases mag- nificent properties have brought inly from to Dollars are now quoted rrom 20 to 60 tirrtes their pre-war vajue, and thoie who have cold their properties believe Ihe exchange situation will be ad- justed in a short lime and that they will profit handsomely from the denis they have made. it was lo havo protected the first section, said he heard no signal lo place flags but bo know wben the train slopped flags should bo placed and lie v.-tnl back Iwenly poles. He said: "I thought I was far enough." Ho could see hack annther thirteen poles. Tho wilnoss then placet! tn-o tor- pedoes at from two io Ihree rail lengths apart and waited there unlil ho received Iho signal to rejoin bis Gotiin. engineer ol tbo soc- o_nd section of No. 1 train, train, was making 30 or 3 hour at Iho lime. Ho had heard no' torpedoes and seen no flagman be- fore coming upon the train. Tho wit- ness did nol llilnk it'would bo pos- sible for tho torpedoes