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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DISSATISFIED WITH WMM'SAHITUDE DELEGATION IS :SENT ffcssrs. Noble, Jensen and Shepherd Will 'Meet Premier Stewart Today in Effort to Get Alberta Government lo ;.Move Quickly and Grasp Dominion's Offer to Aid Lethbridge Northern Financing." C. S. Noble or Nolilefordrchrii Jeo- tiea el- Magralh, and S. J. Shepherd "ot Lelhbrldge. will lulerrlew Premier Btewart In-Edmonton loiluy and tell bin! what iho" south is asking Mm lo do. Such vra3 tho laformatlon. given, out by G. Rv Marnocb In an Ihlorrlew fhls morning, .Mr. Marnocb, on Buuday received communications from Premier Hlew- urt, which he'-'did'not consider'-qulls to what hfi' cxpecLs and called li meeting oT; jusuJbers of. the imincdlalely. The result was Eloh-.lohive. sonieeno Jourasy. lo Ed- raoiloirand interview the premier. Frbrii .a-meeting Saturday moralng in' LeUibridge a lelegrani vu (Hit to J'rcniler Hlewart asking him to gat busy on this, Irrigation matter. ID ply life .PremleK telegraphed as. loi- j wire received. .You win hole -we- h'ave. made arranfle- menu for holding nececMry seed.. 1' That, matter being supervised en- tirely by'Mr. (Deputy Mln- later of'Agriculture, matter of fin-1' anting of; the Lelnbridco North- ern Irrigation project, quilt re-, with. Mr. Melghen, and am fully aware of .his position We endeavoring to MpedlteMrrigitlon maittra. Buchanan." .Mr. McrrMh Iritervl____ "I regarded ineBtage ai lo bri- Rattan being" so absolutely 'from.anyone.who should be IhoTough- .'hilormed' ot.-Ibe 'situation, and: of 'tba-feclihgs.oi Iho farmers'all aroand said President'-MaTDoqo, short'conference bii the' Trade, felt (that yorK was-onej'of-'tteMtjItV. ...ig.n.d. to tho to our'.oTrn people lo jto'j Jo see .Ihe-preJBilir -a oh'.tor gejd ha would cancel all older' krrsigctneiiU asd; fa. We found Kay for II: S. "Allen i u? to'go, bit, OB' explaining ...vrbal.was required to Chris Jensen .of he. Ba.ld-rJis brother must be lloft ip attend Ihabr sheep-shearing [Which, and would go. says that.what the Botrt oj Trade -jhas do-tig for.the farmera In this crisis 15'sb'much appreciated, thai he ifeels tbat.wben he la called upon to i support.-, the cHorts that are being 'made, ho must do BO. S. J. Shepherd, has a great part of the country liimBell. the mska -Tip oMhe.nulgr. "Thej- wilt see Premier Stewart this inHemdon.- Ther frill ask him to lake 'up tho. mailer Df gelling Ins Leth- 'bridgo N-orthDrn Started nt ones with the .Dominion goTernment. Tooy will ask him. 16 coma and see the country himself, anil fhej- will tell we all request him .lo allend Iho inass meeting of farmers proposed (or Friday al so that they can face. The day and hour Is left open, in (iriler Dial vrc.may fit in -with [W premlfir's arrangements. "The farmers In. bVery dislrlct that Is at all interested In Irrigation are adYlsed to get together quIcMy to ar- racgo for attending the mceling." Must Get Start Now Speaking yorj impressively, Mr -Marooch said, "I giie It as my studied opinion, that it do not gel Ihe rforthorn alartod now by the ivfis goTenimanlji getting logelher to work out Imnirdiale ways and means, wo had better not delude our- selros any (urtbflr, bul maKo up our minds al once that It'will lio years hence before there is anr extension ot irrigation trhaleTor. If Premier DISCUSS GREEK ACTION was announced Sn Greok quarters reslcrdny lliat Pro- lalor .Vontzelos, Marshal Forli and Field Mar.ibal Sir Henry Wilson, chief ot Uic .Stiljib slalf. liad n conference atler.lhe meeting at Mytho and discussed the military measures with a view lo Insuring eiectitlon of the Turkish peaco Irealy. BOLSfflEVIKt MASSACRE NOME, Alaska, Juno Iton Including Ilin Kolchak rejima governor, wii.'o killed at Ana. dyr, aiberia, Inal January hi a clash belwcen' anll-UoIshevlki natlyea and sllegecl-roiircwnlalirea of (he sovicl and ao Amertfanfln-ned trtdlng slorq was looted, according (o Information brrc by. >l Corbctt Ulancl, Arnericztia, 0. B, U, PLANS TO INVADE THE RAILWAY FIELD WASHINGTON, June. 21. A calf for f. convention ot railroad wcrWri, io bo held at Chicago June 29 lo organize a One Big Un- '.Ion has been published in the' .Suite, Montana, Daily Dulletin, which officials'of .the department tt justice eald today they believed I, W. Bleirart -nf rallr-inforranl. I wonld aay Oial bit (.never lo our appeals was absolutely cold-blooded and heart- 1908; ho "'we- xro. irmclously pleased that you may jo pi vlfk your of Ihs.'debaziluro when both' par huds are held up to high ud to "all the powers, asking tor immediate commencement ot .Ibe ons 'Irrigation work-that Is ready lo start Tho premier hie not Been.Hon. :Mr. Melihea for quite'a while, -lie did iicl aec-M-i when In Ihe east last wwk-'.Apjj-he declines "aUbsether lo aee the friendly and sympathetic hand that It >trelch4d on I to us through hlj agracy for our help in one of the most strenuous situations lhat any of the province that Is under, liio cbsrse efor V. "I.h'ara just recGlreoV. ibis lelief from .Hon. Mr. Melghen, minister of the conllnued: Mil Mamoch --Dear Mr; is simply to acknowledgo" your wfre of recent dale' and lo advise you that I will be glwl lo' ffe .Vr.VBucionan iipoc Premier Slewart. .very truly, ARTUUIl M13IGHBN. CIVIL WAR IN LONDONDERRY LONDON, Joe war COBODMH prevau m Londonderry and tlw Antkoritiea are powerless, it u declared in an Exchange Telegraph dnptiek from Lon- donderry this afternoon. Serenl pertoos were killed in this monuaf'> rwtfag there, acjcwrling to MOB FIRES ON TROOPS LONDONDERRY, June Rioting waa' renewed In city; this morning and retulted Session OTTKWf, .June (Cana- dian caucus of Bovernnvint; li to be mat- ten Inlirwt will, be-under. cwtOwv .There Is little, indication erf i In jeadenhlp or that Sir Robert Borde'h "will retire. iThert la 10me1 talk of changing the name of the party in readiness for a geniral "election, should the latter Most of.the govern- ment however, do not thjnk thla year wijl sep any con- test.. Naval will likely lake a prominent place In th'e caucus dls- ctJMlon. There la Indication that the eloie'of .the present week will see the end of the bualneu of the setilon. .Many believe that -the houio will a week from today merely, for of LocdLady Drowned, Cranbrook Nnrm reached the eHy of tde death Archie Moe Irom drowning near .Cranbrook, B.C., through tile lipdettlng of a motor boat on Sunday. From the meager reports receiv- ed, It that-through some break in Ihe machinery. Ihe boat got out of control while on the St. Mary'i lake, northwest if Cran. brook, and drilling Into the rlvtr struck a uttg and.uptet. In addl. Uon to Mrs. belonging to were In the boat, >vere drowned. Tne late Mrs, Moo, nee Miss Olive waa, with her family. known In the city. Her hus- band. a frslcht conductor on the C, P. R. >nd Wrs. It a married ililcr. Corporal Oruce Davit, D.C.M., Is a brother of the deceased. Two Mher brothers, who live IntnecHy'art Blsh Dnvlea and J. I, The bts Mrf. Hoc left the city z HUIe time aoo to reside In Cranbrook. VANCOUVER BVLAW8 DEFEATED VANCOUVER, June Nino money and one gas franchise bylaws wcro volcd irj and defeated by (no citizens -hero on Saturday, largo ma- jorities being registered each bylaw, according lo official announce- ment today.' The bylaws asked for anlhorhalion lo spend approximately (or -Imnrovemcnls. n-aler wsrks, injlernlly hospital, lution'hospila) arid for i poses. r' school pur- peraoh being mortally wounded and two seriously hurt. .Hlfle .'.d revolver firing was almost contin- uous and. ai the people feared to. venture'out to work, buslneti was at 3- virtual standstill. The mob this morning openly fired on the troopj. At 1 o'clotk this afternoon the rtotfrig was itill In. progress.' Jdlin Gallagher, one of'the .'men 'wounded In ye'iterday's fiflhting between Unionists and National-- lets, died bringing .the number of dead up to six '.he outbreak of. parly'strife. nrlng la .being nialntalncd with desperato. Intensity." Busl- ness Is suspended and'the post- men are declining to deliver mall. When the troops'atop the' fight-, Ing In one zone, the dispatch firing breaks out In MONARCH FARMERS MEET WEDNESDAY A meeting has been called at ITosb Butte school -for T.30 o'cloclf.'- WedneEdar cteclng, Juno 23, for tio purpose of'as- certainingdetipitely the amount' ss ot seed rye required by. the far- mers ot Monarch and.vicinity, KO that a supply can be brought 'in at once. THE COJiillTTBB.-'" 1 Soulh Saskatchewan Crops RETINA, June crop' report corering the southern'part ot. ..tbs province was Issued by tho burean of statistics of tho provincial deparlmcnt of. agricullure loday. 'It showed (hat seeding- to' :be completed everywbero doing splendidly. Grass- hoppers are'reported rery- general throughout the'fllslrlclS they'are being conlrbllod by the meas- ures adopted against lliem by the eminent. Very effective results are being obtained from the use-of pois- oned bran bait: Cutworms are report- ed lo bare appeared in a few places. Weather conditions continue loV bo Idcal-wilh plenty ot all Eidea. There Is no dis- trict reports of frost or Split in Ranks of Irish in U.S. NEW YORK, June spill In the ranks of.the Irish citizens ot the United Stales who have- bctll- prominent in Ihe "Irish tepufflfe" propaganda continue lo according lo developments rcpcrled loday. arraignment ot "Prw- Ident" De Yalera hy John Dcroy, bdl- tor ot Ibo Gaelic American, alleging expenditure of of money rais- ed by tho sale of "Irish republlt" bonds on Ihe delegation to lha'. Chi- cago Republican convention, and the "president's" reply Elating lhat Ine cipendilure.was less lhan half of lhat amount and had his bia developed a demand upon the'part of many, ot Ihe suhscrtbers to th'e Germany Must Disarm Irish Bonds tor a statement of ex- Tho Inrolved In pcndllurea Involved In De Valera's ol the of I.O.VDO.NDI5WtT'. June-! man.' were' ot (he riollng. -were de- serted by all those flgbtlns or prolecling Th'e dock workers they would net: handle freight intll IIMM had boea reslored." The ol tVo o'clock" Ibis tbe troops bod been vlthdrawn folkurlng yesler- haHlM..contiaucd ail day. Bc- porls of. addiilonalMcajualLles irere rectlred, but the streeta was so was impoaalble to obUlrv" accuratejdsialli. Wfll Rebels By Conference ol AlHed1 PrtmierB at Boulogne. MUSTAPHA'S -FORCES NBAR BpULOQNE, Juni fllven'-V frit haml In' the mlll- 'tri, which wire decided: .the Hjrthe' ytWfirday, iccordlnii the these il-ni requlrid Im-. mediately the. grave iltuitlofi Msultln's frejri Mustapha Kemil'i. Natlonalttt forces reach. InoTtha. :Princri-and Britltji: troflps and the British fleet will; be, eoncen- triU'd for the of Conrtan- and the straitt. to' nn-' ference, it Is declared, of opinion that Ihe-taklng of .these .rrieaturei would bV lufflticnt to deal with the situation.. The Boulogne Conference '-'BOTTLOGNE, June Premiers Llpyd-Georgo and Hillerand, accom- naniad br Jlarshal Francols-Marsal, Krench: minister bl finance, arrived hbre. this morning at o'clock by special from Fdlkstone. In the party .-wai Premier .ydglulos of Greece.. Tho arrlTaJ of lhaE.tVrb premiers corrinlctos-lbs dele gations which win participate In cdnTersallons here today and.lomor- row-, '.the 'Italian and Belgian repre- sentatives having a'rrlred during the rmnjedlatcly after their, arriral Ihe dclcsatM ircre driven lo a hotel re- serred' for -them, where' a ghort liminary conference was held beloro luncheon. M.Wenlzelos will participate In the discussion of the conference nt which arfecllng Turkey and Ar- monla'are conslrtei-cd. Questions rela- live ,iri reparations and Russia are ei- pected to he tho two "most dtttlcult problems of Ihe conference and may prolong p to' Wednesday or Thursdav. DrlLYsh delegates still had becu sulhorlzed uv! a 5lronK aHltnde rcgsrdlng la Ireland thero tne which the a'llea should a demand upon the'nart with Germany on reparations. on'which all the allies, come lo the conference In perfect. agreement, Is (hat relative to the disarmament of IM u Germany, near w'l.l formally of- aevernl fitntia raised by .Irish enlhus-'.fer-'" (hc "amr of to Iak6 the thitlos In Iho. United Ulalea. According to this morning's World, one oP Iho Important results ot tho split will be the publication In tiio j lasls during tho last three years, Cjithollc parishes are p.ilcl lo be prac- tically demanding such a 5l.-Uol.nenl, espealnlly concerning Iho separate conitucled by (ho Friends 61 Irish Freedom and Iho loan under the auspices of Iho "American Commission on Irish Inde- pendence." WINNIPEG WOMAN SUICIDES WlS.VIPfXJ. .Iiinc ot Mrs, j'lmerscin Ncwniari was recovered from Ibo .4sslnibolno ,-lvor Saturday altcrnoon, Mrs. disappeared last Wcdneiciay. Her hat find a nole reading, "You will (Ind my body In Ihe river, taka earn of my was fotinl on tho river on that day. u, s. WILL ORGANIZE CANAL ZONE SQUADflON 'WASHLVGTO.V. Juno anccla! jorvlcc squadron bl cruisers and guri. :ioats to ho based on the canal zone and held avsllahle lor duty In Mexican, Central American and adjacent rdrts. li lo bn alioul I, il was announced nl Uio navy de- partment, mandalc for Armenia ftnd he