Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
I PLUME xm, SIXTEEN PAGES LETHBRIDGB, lALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE. 19, 1920 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 161 Londonderry Scene of Factional Clash In Night of Terror 1 j ,'Pnkmtsts and Nationalists Stage Violent Pistol Force Powerless to Restore Order and Military Galled Such Riot. f" LONDONDERRY, Ireland) June spent another night j of terror, lut fetutt of violent rifle'fighting be-'.; Natloriitllls and Unionists. a'two-hour pitched battle j! the river Bide. Comparative WM finally the soldiery. TheVmall police force.In the city witre pjweHew; Ir, the face of j violence of 'opposing parties and the ultimately.had to be called a out The of .the resulted In restoration of compara- 9 tlve quiet conditions by mlinlaM, although firing" continued .several j hours-more.' :'The reports received by the authorities during morning showed itriatf ieve'ral men had been wounded In the fighting. During'the.fray armed parties of both factions controlled large areas If In various parte of the" city. These parties stopped all pedettrlana. whom V they searched for arms. Londonderry was the scene of violent rioting on Saturday night, i 15, Unionists and Nationalists clashing for hours In various parts of the Ulster city. A .policeman was klilecf.by the rioters and .many-persons i were wounded during the fighting. The rioting wat renewed .on Sunday and of troops had to be brought to the seene. It was not until well into the we that the city was finally qulvted Has Populafion of or Increase' of 113 Per Cent.-, in Ten Years. HEAVl RAINS JNSOMEPARTS Showers fell again orer great par ot the Lethbrldge railway division Fr day afternoon thong lor the moist part they were llgh lain areas report-'very-heavy len years, Is'uo'w the fourth'l.ng- 'ciet "city- Of the United Stales, displac- St." Ixjuls and .outranking Bostp'i, and r" :iarger .than thD icrease.'of. 113.4. por cent. more b as Its population-1n years.', rjlereliin'd.hVs and tates rank "as the 'fifth largest city In the United Stales. ]ls ribpulallof.Yis an Increase or 42.1 per cent, over 1010. rain Taber district again received a goo soaking. Coming on top ot the licav rain of the day before this puts-th j.Taber fanaennn.fineYcondltion as t 1 moisture for -a' couple- of-weeks. .-The.'C. P. .'offices' her rth end 01 th the rains .wer ;e the-ram wa Ighter. Unfortunately the.blown-oi area again .received' little bcofit a Ihe" showers were; light. 'd from Bare-as this morning wa Loathe effect mile rig rough to' the Little Bow Driver ,ra the depth an inch feH, sbaivin'g veil down to tl whf FRIbAY IN PARLIAMENT THE HOUSE: Estimates ot pub- lic "works and mines departments taken up. Bill to amend special war rev- enue act, 1915, put through, com- mittee. This Is tho bill which Im-. poles luxury and 'sales and other special taxes. Some amendments adopted. Bill to amend Inland Revenue Act given second and third read- ing. Report of pensions add re-estab- Ishment committee tabled. The house adjourned at 11.JO P-m. SENATE: Civil service bill vyith amendments given third read- Ing. Bankruptcy reported from committee. ABORWILL FIGHT THE PROFITEER )ecision Reached at A. F. of L. Movement Solution. MONTREAL, June Tzed labor will fight "criminal pro- fiteering" and the. high cost of liv- ing by the co-operative', move- ment.. This action war.. decided upon here today when the Ameri- can Federation of Labor In its an- nual convention pledged Its assist- ance to local and- central bodies In forming societies and establish- ing anjd operating co-operative stores, The tonventlon endorsed the of one dollar upon :every local union establish a bureau of co-operation for ''prompting and advancing the cause.of co-op; eratton In'the United StatesTan'd The federation will also attempt to have a federal law. enacted the Incorporation of co-operallTC soci- eties organized on Ilochdale sys- tem. the tions in the "District of the Great Falls Merchant Congratulates Herald J; Stand Herald, .Ixjthbridge, -Alberta, Canada. Great Falls, ifont., June 1920. You ere to be congratulated upon your policy in not accepting 'rertis'hig Jroin concerns outside of .your .city. Kvery town would be inVicli lietfejn every way if other papers Would follow plan. We 'always contend that a town "can only-bc as prospf-iouB as its your stores "''should. feel ;liigiily: grateful for (if supjwjrtj tlict your letter indicates.- .If this .same we predict that the .rest of' the country will hear more stud mj'rp frpm-LcthljnrJge as tiuic goes on. wp are' anxious to secure alt tlie business that we can, we iihvavs adlodate. thnt Ihc'.locuV merchant. 'riiouid rcccivc'flret support nnd tliat fhp people should fiiru to us only. for. the things .that, they jean not procurcan their home town and ire- admire your stand very much. v- Yours verv truly, TUT'; FARfS. BKY GOODS COMPANY, W1I 'IIS if- Baldwin. 'above letter is in reply to the Herald's letter to Ihe Great Falls' firm, declining an offer of advert X State of World More-Perilous Than2Yrs.Ago .____- Meeting of Premiers at Hythe Boulogne Fraught With Great Importance as Grave Decisions to be Turk Menace and Russian Question to be Decided. June conference between Premiers Lloyd Qeorge and MEIlerand ot France lias been arrang- ed for this afternoon and' Sunday' at ilyiiie, llio xvatering place Kent 'which wns the scene of the notable ecnlur- eiK'e between the two'premiers in over the indemnity j The, llytUe "meetlog is preltm- I ALBERTA TO SELL BONDS IN ALBERT A Maioch Hon. Stewart Man and Farmer, to Use Every Effort to for Construction of Lethbridge North- ern With Dominion Government. No Is Mine left unturned at this end (a get: quick ac- Viou on the part tho Edmonton fay- ernment on tha matter bttinincial aid s Us support the- national -Foilowing thb'lfeply to '.the 'the Board do. much good. (Mir O.wn'Correspondent.) TABER, June; hearlest rain yet seen 'this' spring fell; here this beginning about 4.45. It was preceded, by for abpnt an hour, following the advance nrm cloud rising 'the federation residents of the their .tight to obtain a 'tfle of affaire of onr j Natlonal'Labor University I'.' Your .___ lo'appo'lnt'a cbmrnittei; tp iav'estigato President "of the feasibility of establishing a nation: the. Asso'cia- eastward of the.bjg In, the fi Bo Dp Number of Illicit Stills on These Is Doubled.' OTTAWA, June answering Hon. Charles. Mcrcel, Hon. Martin I3nrrell said In the house last night (hat the 10 distilleries In Canada made gallons ol liquor last year and there was In 'slock at the eud-ot the year gallons. He could jio.t say what the consumption -was. A clause increasing lie penalty for Illicit stills from to brought j forth the Information that government Agents dUcoyered 385 stills list ?c.-.r. in 1017-18 only 13 were found in the porolnlon but they had Increased enor- Jnouflly since. DRAPERS' PARTY ARRIVES IN There was rib thunderj'tnB-raln'being 'of the regular old-time sojklng var- iety, a "downpour, the big cloud breaking, up before reaching here and spreading out over the- en- tire district, the rain being general In character. Inside of. fifteen minutes the gutters oh the streets'hero wero si% Inches deep In water, streams pour- Ing over -the roadways. There, was a smalt shower, this morning also and again this-evening, tho shy being at 10. o'clock .heavily overcast. People from north stato that It rained out as far as Lomond and Retlaw, hut farther river, there al labor nnlversily.-.v Congress -was called upon.-, by thp federation to permit the residents ot th'e Panama Canal zone to be repre- sented by'a territorial delegatejn the national EOYcrnmeht. V, .The federation' urged tho esciitlve council to motion picture films for the education; and promotion of the" Ideals.of. organ- Want Labof Papers t The executive council "was also in-. Elnicleil to consider a which would ultimately result in labor secur- ing control of "a number of daily papers for the purpose of giving "fair representation of matters in labo'r is concerned." Union organizations throughout the country anfl all wage-earners are nrg-_ ed to invest In "Victory bonds because of their present low prices iu a reso- lution adopted. They are also urged to hold all ot such bonds until inatur- tio'n, sent tho folfowibg nlgnt 'letter- gram: on Friday Premies' Stewart, Edmonton: :'A's'-'chaIrnittn Irrlgation.DeTelopmeiit representing irrigatloi re p.ujrements jver whole countrj' an appeal .to' yoti personally steps to utilize the j as premier as a mai and" a.farmer that you thpr Although there have been shower! all around, that part of. the area here worst tortured has had mo Nobleford, Mon- arch, "CoalhUrst.j Diamond City absolutely -no rain, and showers ouly ot Iron-Springs and Turin, .although early. :hparB Saturday -JIacleod and 1 explore immediately" the., ate- nuo of approach, his largo sympathy and personal knowledge of tlip'sitnaMon from "his, rlslt here last August'the Minister has for the third and most likely the last tlfflo opened, up. 1 feel that it is no use offering the Bomlnlon EOT- erameht tho bonds of the' district with Ufa two years' think the Alherta--gOTernment mitEt.take these an'd then'ta'ko a direct.responsibility, as Alberta to see that tha oth had heavy; Ebowers.1 (i. It.. MARNOCIL Derrick on Ship in Monfreal Harbor Falls; One Killed, Six Injured .MONTREAL, lljine 19. 0ns man Is dead' and six are believed to' be dying as a result of the fall of a derrick on the Dominion gov- ernment-marine service steamer Canadian: Miner this morning. The Canadian Miner was being loaded lit a1 slip. In the harbor. The derrick fell on the 'men on 'the ship canal when the steel hawsers .supporting it snapped. Ten Year Six- Perccnis Issued Following Sav- ings Certificates. N BTXMON'i'qN, June the" suing of It's, first block or ten: year sii percent holiSj the provincial gov- ernment Is making Its first step in a new banking departure. Already, be tore the advertising is there" have been a numher and great number ot Inquiries' while :the first day eiere'n were sold. The' founds are dated May 1st nnd .the first block Is limited to a million dollarE.iTbe in tereat Is payable bl-yearly by coupon To receiva your Interest tHere is only the formality' of clipping 'the coupon and depositing it In your bank acconnt Hon. C. H. Jlitchell, provijclartrea surer, slates that Ilie're, has- been', a dcmajid for a sure thi kind lor BOirio timq ah'd.wlth. vlncial savings certificated that1 bav been a popular investment-since-til Inarr to the conferenoe- at Boulogne on Monday at which not only and Great Britain, but Italy, Japan, Belgium "and Oreece will-be repre- sented. I'rom Hytbe the preylerj will pro- eeed early on Monday ror Boulogne. -Great interest is belug taken hero IB the Boulogne conference and there Is much speculation In Tiew ot tho grave problems demanding so'istlon throughout Europe and the Near East. The original Idea waa for a meeting.- of Premiers Lloyd George aid Miller- nO, but the conference seems to have een expanded to a meeting in which Yance, Great Britain, Japan, ielgium and Oreece will participate. Newspapers of Ixinaon, calling It a erious issue effecting the relations of he allies with Russia, Ger-: Hungary and Poland, remark hat the stite of the world la more icrilous than it was two years ago nd calls for decisions based m singleness of purpose and free frem ndivldual selt-Eeektoff." (Turkish Tlie menace of tha Turkish Katjoii-. ilists in Anatolia exceeds for the moment in the view ot editors other dangers, the situation amount- ng, accordliig'to several estimates, to he outbreak of a new war.. Mvwla- leader of the s completely control. Ana I oil a. with the eiceptipa ot a small area leld by Ibc.British In the nelghbor- lood of Isniid and some terrilory around Smyrna controllad by Greece. His forces comprise tlgbting uieu who supplied muni- Lions and have abundant arailabto re- inforcements, "What remains of tile Turlcislrgbyernment Is declared to be.', lielpless arid'-lts are re- ported to be "utterly -untr'ustworlh) b'ave beeuv-remov'ed from ths Ismid peninsula.' Additional ,'over tho sltua iion'has been cansed by.the belief that ituslapha Kemeris acting in accord ap'ce with tho BJiisaianIBolsheTik w.as'not fio'.much All the roads for miles around are reported as heavy. The new moisture la down to the old. SOLDIER SETTLERS WHO WERE SHORT OF FOR STOCK GOT AID OTTAWA, June special committee, on re-establlshmcnt invcs- ligating certain allegations reported Who.w6rc short of. feed for It .was WINNIPEG, June shown tho. boird had.advanced lives of the leading drygoods houses considerable snms o( money to as- )n England arrived in'Winnipeg Hits settlors in this way nnl that the shortage was general throughout iliornlne from the west. The party anmbcrtrig nearly -10, Included IB rep- J-eserlallres from the United-Slalcs.' 1 Mayor 0. F. Gray and leading busl- Tiesamcn of the cily, met the Iriln jnd sxlended an cnlhiisiaalie welcome Jto the'vialtors. Aftor tho rtscnptlon and breakfast at jho Royal-Alexandria, tho parly tovr- 'r.i the leading retail slores of the cily the hanking establishments. Tonight the visitors will be ban- (incited at the Fort Garry hotel, leav- ing later for Iho east. certain ndt only for new but tor old and experienced farmers. The committee "cannot find lly. Unionize School Teachers The federation pledged Its support to a nfttlon-wide campaign la unionize school teachers. r The federation adopted a resolution calling upon congress to renew the It; per cent, tar on child labor empioyers- when (Tie present ceniber and urges the enactment of ANOTHER HARBOR STRIKE. AT HAVANA HAVANA, Ju'nc big harbor strike Is threatened here, the money Is properly administered, and, having declared an ultimatum to'.nind'ertak'e its ultimate .repa'ynienti In order obtain their demands, the to the citliens of Canada as represent- ed by' the Dominion government. think for a moment that farmers In other parts pf this province In tho way of.such an ar- rangement; and as all the business ot proyince are with agriculture, they will surely support such action as will save tho fair name law expires of Alhferla from tho not do- -'.lug Us best for any of the people leaders say, they intend to make usc- of "every available means ot proletar Ian warfare." "m'oro effective" child labor legisla- tion. N; Y. FUNDS NrJW YORK, Juno Rterllng demand }3.56S: (cables Canadian dollars 87.50. Moscow Says Afghan Troops Gather to Attack British LONDON, June wireless .dispatch from Moscow, today de- clares that Afghan troops.are con- centrating at the Indian-Afghan frontier in order to attack the British fn" India. lltal there were .any neglected Cillers, n' but that on the othar hand "soldier I Humor 01 mtaCK wero in a-better-poslflon be-1 on Ex-Kaiser Wllhelm wifh'ln.its gates. COBALT ORE SHIPMENTS TORONTO, Juno cars containing over one million pounds o ore and constituting a record week' shipment for inauy months, went ou from the Cobalt camp in the week-end Ing last night. The total approxlmat ed 620 tons. West Indies-Canada 'Agreement Reached incention'pf .the, wer lany applications' for ernment, although', there hav2 not bedn .iip, as reports' of co-operatir-n wirig Austrian Treaty Effective which was payable June council tit So since the" issue of thoibonds was ninbnssXdora today record in or a limited ariipimt" only the per- were iven the first opportunity oE secur- a portlou of tlie'new honds.before hey were advertised.' The price is at ;ar and the issue Isi in-denominations f and The bonds nmture May 1st, 1330. They niay'tic: registered as lor principal- and- arc isyablc at the Imperial Bank ot Can- ada at.Toronto, Montreal or I-ilmon- :on. Tfio savings certificates have been fery popular, and tho May records show tho greatest number oC Email In veslora slnco the scheme was'started. Certificates to the value ol -sold In May and the sale for the first five months of this year, was greater than for of avor of putting the treaty cf St. Cer- nain (Iho peace Irealy with. Auslni) nlo effect as soon as possible. This s held to be necessary uncertainty ot the.present situation is working hardships upon those affect- ed, it was.asserted. The cciincil approved a note to be sent protesting against ler making- commercial disci'imiria- ions in dealing witli other SUGAR PRICE FIXED AGAIN OTTAWA, June Canadian OTTAWA, June refer- ence to tho boarnr3-siigar order, sum mariscxl in the Hoard of this morning aug gests that tho public should keep in mind threo points': that 23 cents a pound plus freight-, if any paid is'the maximum price to be charged the public. It can only be charged h> those whose total stock consists o sugar purchased Qt nn nverago cost of 21 cents a pouud. Secondly, other retailors must not moro than 2 ccnls u pound over ttho average'cost of all stock on hand. j In many irnaes Uiis averaged cost will bo so Tow tiiol they ran sell at prices I several cents billow 23 cents a'pound. Canadian Air Force Association Incorporated OTTAWA, June 19. (Canadian is given in the Can-: ada of the incorporation ol tho Canadian Air Force association, the object of which, is said to promote tho efficiency, and advance the -intcr- e'sts of tho Canadian Arr Force and to assume such slmro of the administra- tion of this force as .may bo author- ised, by the Tho following ore Incorporated ,us tho association officers: lion; llngh Qnthrie, minister of militia; Col. 0. >i. Higgar, vice-chairman of the Board; Sir Wllloughoy Gwalkin. Ma- Jtobert Leckia. D.S.O.; Lieut.-Col. James STanley Hcctt and Edward Deville. TUe operations of the association ore to be carried on without share the Dominion, ths hief office to bo at Ottawa. Ca causo of tho board's supervision and assistance than they could havei been if.lbat assislauce had'not been ob- lainahlc. There Is notliing to Ehow that having merit, arc not reviewed hy the b'oard and dealt with on their merits." NATIONAL GUARDSMEN dUARD DULUTH JAIL DUI.UTII, 19. National guardsmen from the stale encampment at Port Sneillng arrived here r-arly to- day to reinforce ihe.guard tho SL UliiiR county jtii; where H negroes am bdiiigjielj in connection with an upon a yoiing white girl. The PREMIERS TO CONFER are iirrried with machine guns PAIUS. June accompanied by Marsha! Koch, Frederic _Fran- coitj-Marsal, mfnl.iler, fin- ance, and olher.4 left Ibis morr.- ing for liytho, England, when; he will meet' Premier (Jcorge of Great Drlt.iln for x conference, prjjlminnry lo the Inter-allied meeting ,al Bon- logne. jnnrt find "will hayo orders, to "shoot to i( necessary to uphold Ihe law. Dululh -early today was nuiet. BELdlAN WOMEN TO SIT IN PARLIAMENT ,lWo The mea- cure ennhling women to he elected to parliament heen adopted hy the cliiirnljer hy 142 votes lo 10. llclglan women, with the exception ot widows of comhalniits. ore not, yet electors, except In coninuinial elections. DOOnX. lloliand, June it- tetni't asalnat the lite of former Kni- pcror William of (lermnny was mndc ,il 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, ac- cording lo persistent here. De- taiia of the reported attempt, to (issag- slnalo the former emperor are veiled in mystery, but it Is now asserted Hint "William escaped without Injury. A villager, at ilrst thought to be a Belgian, but later identified ss a Ger- man. Is.said to have entered the castls by the use of a false permit and then tried l.vMl Count Hohenzoilem. 11. 1'reboom, private secretary to, the fanner emperor, assured "this As: soclated Preas this morning .that, nc- attack hart been made on "William.. JAPS AND CHINESE CLA3H' HONOUIIAt, Juno Reports of a hallle- between Pekln and .Ciyi Eovernmcnt troops at Chaugsa contained In Toltlo cahlii "ndvice's Nlppn .HJI< a Japanese language news- paper' here. Tho dlnpaluhes that the Csinlon troops flrej on the Japanese Wrahfp Fushlraa ,wnlch re" turiletl the fire, score's cf The scope of agreement reached hy the Canada-West Indies Conference Is indicated an official 'ijUuimcnt" issued this' morning. The fct- of the agreement will not be pub- ll'i till August 4, "hut, In s the statement, "it may be slated that tho agreement: Carfica tho assent of all the delegates present conference. Is fralicd upon an Increase of the" preference now granted and an extension of the list of pro- Tbinlly, Iho principle ot averaging the cost of all stocks on band'applies lo wholesalers as well as retailors, so that considerable of sugar now held by them must bo released at duels upon hilh Included In the "mutual prefer- prices which will 'enable to enr.d are alf the Brillsh colonies. Iu i continue to soil below Ihe 23 cent maxi- tho Indies. mum: mntiiiil co-opor- ation.of the signatories toward tho provision and maintenance- of Improv- steamship transport and Includes n memorandum urgently pressing tor Improved Lloyd George Quotes Lincoln's Action As Applied To Ireland Rclnilcrs Dissatisfied OTTAWA, .Iiiue aro thor- cughljydissalislied with the uew or- Icr of tho Hoard of Commerce ng said K.