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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta EDIIION VOLUMK XIV. TVB.fi ALBKKTA. WIWXKSDAY MARCH THE NEW TRAFFIC COP Informal CommiUec'.s Amend- ment Introduced by Tur- geon and Weir' PROVINCE ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE TRANSFER (Special to Tho Herald) KD.MO.VrOX. Alta.. Jlarcb 1.-- An ;un.eJKimoiu to tho amendment ot the right, wing opposition's original mot-1 imi on tho Natural Resources (tucs- lion, ut it conference of an informal committee- of seven members, was introduced in the IKIUSO on Tiles-. day afternoon by J. G. Tnrgeon. gov-j friiinent, I'.lbBtonc. Tho ams'idmcnt j is seconded by Weir. Non-Par-i linaa, Nantun, and is the result oil Kliat t'ie mover termed "a formal dis-i ciUiSioa" by an informal conuniLtee. Mr. Turgeon stated that when the! committee met they were not as optimistic QA some of the members j that il vrould he successful in drafting :ri umo'.umcnl which would be ac rentable to the whole house. Dr. Blow, opposition. Mouth Calgary and! ?.Ir. Tnrgeon were the only two speak-j era In the debate on Tuesday after- i uocn which will be continued by Xei- j son Spencer, opposition, Medicine Hat j on Wednesday. j Tho amendment offered to re-', place the amendment brought in-by I Hon. C. R. Mitchell. It reads as foi- i lows: "This hou.sc declares! that the province is entitled to the! immediate transfer of the Natural Ho- sources on a. fair and equitable having regard to the alienation of lands for federal purposes, and taking into consideration subsidies paid in lieu ot lauds, "This House is pleased to note that tha Pritno Minister of Canada is en- deavorlny to effect a settlement, -ot this the present lira NUMBER 68 J. Moylan, Toledo, Ohio. Local Charter I Alberto. Made Profit From Liquor in 1920 Says Hon. J. R. Boyle (Special to The Herald.) EDMONTON, March hundred.thousand dollars was paid into the provincial treasury during 1320 from profits accruing from the sales Democratic Icsdcr. WASHINGTON, JJarcli V-The late Champ Clark was best known in (.'.inada through famous sncech advocating annexation at Canada by tiio United States delivered during the diseussion of reciprocity prnnos- uls in JOH., He declared iliat nine-1 icntlis of the people or tiie TTifked I States favored the of Can-i ada. Ills declaration Mint, the reel- jirocily treaty would Camilla filled the breach. Fred Johnson, Last Mountain, and A. B. Copp, Westmore- land, were other speakers. Mr. Copp- moved adjournment at 11.30 p.m. In the Senate Notice of a bill given nysSir James to effect to the agree- ment reached by the Dominion, On- tario and Manitoba authorities with regard lo tllti control ot Lake of tho Woods. Tributes were paid bv tho Iciidora to senators who had died ciur-l (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON, Alta.. March 1- -Thc provincial Department of Education has no intention of appointing direct- ly any representative of the Alberta Teachers' Alliance on tho committee named to revise the- curriculum elementary schools, Hon. George P. MORE IRISH SCRAPS ARE REPORTED TODAY DUBLIN7, March Olio man was killed and two seriously injured yes- te'rday when a military patrol fired on I a group in a field near Tipperary. The" men were said to have been drilling.! It is officially reported that crown forces pursued rebels near Cordally. They killed oue mail and wounded I two and captured arms, ammunition i and a plan for an ambush. j Fighting in Dublin j DUBUX, March Three girls and I two men were wounded last evening! on Grafton street uear College ijrcstj.l when an armed patrol exchanged shots with a party of men which at- tacked it. Tivo soldiers were seen 'to fall during the fighting. The streets, were crowded with pedestrians dur- 1 ing the sliootiug. US, President To Call Conference On Disarmament WASHINGTON, March unanimous vote fifty-eight sena- tors answering the roll, the sen- ate last night attached an smend- meiiM.0 the naval appropriations bill, directing the president to call n conference of ths United States, Japan and Britain to con- sider nalkl disarmament. Smith, Minister of Education, stated in the legislature Tuesday afternoon, i But the department has asked the AI-'BOTARIANS TO' SAIL berta Educational Association, the SSPOTT parent organization which includes all! the teachers in its menlbc-twhip and j .BREAKING SOD IN i RETLAW DISTRICT thus includes the Teachers' Alliance organization within it, to natne tvro members of the committee. If the Alberta Educational Association de- m er sires to select as these two members convention of the interim-1 ar any members of the executive of the I tIODaI association at Edinburgh. Scot- TnontiQv.1. 4'nr. .'..if... -..'Ill land, In .lUllR. if. WJ1K !ln Ilntllicnit CHICAGO, March si ships have been chartered to carry nT r 1200 members of Rotary clubs from' g' J the United States and Canada to the a well-known farmer, started breaking sod ami sev-'. is eral farmers between here and Taber i o The Uritish premier had here- tofore declared himself unwill- ing lo use snch military meas- ures. The French range guns jhave already been advanced loa I point where they will command the city of Essen, the home of the Krupps plant. LOXIiOX. March tivcs of the allied nations met hero today TO frame an answer to the Her- man nn the reparn- tio.is ciucBtlon which were submitted yesterday. H was believed today's j meeting will reach a decision upon ilic allied terras which arc to be liand- ed to Walter Simonp, head of the Ger- man delegation here tomorrow. Legal and economic experts atcach- ed to the allied delegations met last I night with Louis Houchcur, Frcucu I minister of liberated areas ami. lire- j pared a report to be submitted today, j This meeting was adjourned until id I o'clock- this morning and it is expect- ed that the report to the supreme council would include n decision whether, under the Versailles treaty, I penalties could be exacted of i many before May I. I This morning's were uti- I ,inimous in declaring German of- Jfer qf equivalent of in reparations arc ivlnllly riadequaV. [impudent, ludicrous, fantastic, ard grotesque, were some of the adjec- the principal nc useii in commenting on tlie German terms. Even the pacifist Daily Xews confess- ed it was at a loss to imdoivtaud ilu [German mentality. An Absurd Offer ''The Germans." the su.id, "truly astonished the world hy stird offer which w.ts utterly inadeq- uate and frankly nnaccciitabiR. Unless good bye to a just settlement ;.nd ;L solid European peace." "It is lint easy to speak with ploughing stubble. executive ot me Teachers Alliance the m offer no objection. I Tne Rotarlaus will sail June 1. :r. pS'by' llei !SASKATCHEWAN FEARS iH Loss, Laiior, Centre Calgary. Mr. Smith had previously made a vigor-1 ous reply to certain articles and edi-! torials in a Calgary newspaper attack- jing him for his attitude towards the'] Mr. Smith reiterated statements on I subject which he had made be-! foro the convention school I trustees in Calgary, -the gist ot them j bei'ng Hint ihe department had __......__ extended official recognition to tiiei A. n. Copp will continuc'The debatf'TeacllDI's' Alliance, that ropresenta-! on tile speech from tho throne Tl-.-" i uvos lllc alliauce had bocji invited j ng tiiu recess. The senate adjourned at 'j o'clock. I OTTAWA, March in par- lament: House of Commons SERIOUS OUTBREAK OF HOPPERS THIS YEAR REGINA. March grass- hopper-outbreak In Saskatchewan during this year is considered very probable. It is expected to prove more serious in districts where the pest was reported last year for the first time than in areas where they have been pre- valent for a longer time, accord- ing to C. M. Hamilton, minister of agriculture. CARUSO HAS THIRD OPERATION .NEW YORK. March Caruso, who underwent a third opera tion yesterday for a small abscess in the pieural cavity, was reported to he resting comfortably this morning, rle slept well during the night and anpar- lauo.-i >f ltlis combination of bnsingo.-i The land i3 i cuiiuiug, chicanery and sheer imuu- ,.k donee." asserted the London Times. "Doubtless tho German liolegates arc armed with a series of successive each giving a little more than its But when her bluft is called, she abandon it." A. n. Copp will continue the debate ".eacners Alliance, that ropresenta-1 valent for n longer time, accord- Near Hast before ihe on the speech from the throne. TP.--i Jlvos lhc ''ad been invited j ing to C. M. Hamilton, minister of tlie allied nut ion a now eatliTrn MM house rc-asscmblcs at :i o'clock Il" their views to a cabinet' of agriculture. this citv iimncn in The Senate j nieeting as Ions us three years nn.nl______________________________ __'J__________ The senate reiiiimes lit uVlni'k had been1" Decision lALCAlblJ [eachers Aliiai.ce replying to an in-' mf v M ONUOLSHIES' to name four membors. of IL _ __J. m A I _ J 1 _ "Shadowy and iii-furmcd ,-LS Pr. Simnns' speech nay have liccti. syid ...n........, '-he "il served lo uni'c ently had suffered no ill-effects from I tile allies. It was tragic, because oven the operations, physicians said. (now. Germany doo.s not realize hor ;'ii- j famy." PLEADS CHRISTIAN CAUSE I .The Dally Teh-graph declares March j body was prepared for such a fania- tauscpiie Ceptllll. iiiUrinrcb. of and adds: "Groat Ilrltaiii must I slantinoplc. has arrived in LoiuJon .lo support France whether naval action plead the cause of Christians in tho or economic should be- do- Near Hast before the representative! elded upon." ot! the iillicd majors now gathered in this city. ,-unuiico replying to all in-' to "'embers of a! ________ _ jciimmlttee to meet an equal number COXSTAXTIXOI'LI'1 !ot school trustees' representatives prc-1 Datum ia being evacuated'bv i" d by of the1 "J Department of Education. The Teach-' traders and bunkers and bv some re- fng-es that 1 'I'ifli.s. Russian r.olslievilc troops in large numbers are iiivaditii; Georgia from nil directions, it is said in ells- patches received here. .'ITALIAN SOCIALISTS REJECT COMMUNISM i 'I'S. AlHynee had accepted tho propo a! iitid YIit; communicated. tlie names of II. C. Xewlaud, T. E. A Stanley, I-.', reusloy and ,1. W. IJav-i all olliciuls of the organization, T lo serve on this committee. BRUCE COMMITTED i MOM'RUAL. March II. I Must WaitBudget Acting Premier Mitchell Denies All Re- ports That Government Aid Plan Has Already Been Settled. "No truce of goo.: faith." the! Cllnni- jicle us.scned. "npiicared in the offer j which was intended as im evasion tbc Versailie.s treaty.'' Marshal Foch is Ready PAULS. .March hi. in reiiiiiucKs along part of the Rhino lieM by the French for a jump forward ;u. a few hours' notice should the occas- ion arise, ollicinl circles Intimated to- day. A high olllrial of the war office ".Marshal Focb has but to say Ihe "an adjunct of tliu rmtcil wus largely Instrumental in dot'eatinc; tlio propoiwl. sponsored liy llin icr Bovcrnnie.it in the Uimiiuioii lions of 1011. MINERS OUT OF WORK GI.ACI-; iuv. x. H., Jiardi -TWO fiumlroil nilucru urn out of work lo- d.iy owing to tun closing down u( d'Or L'iKi.1 ciiinpuny'H mlno. Luclr of rirders is [lie rcayotl yiven for file Jil'islne. here. The congress a reso lufioii introduced by tlie nnlinry Ho ciillitils (o liie'nres lenders of Uia JKLIICI-II cecfls held under direction, and de-i fniuding by tho falsifying Of books of! aecminl. Voluntary Rtatenwnt wag EDMONTON, Alta.. March ministers still deny emphatically tnat any agreement has been reached with reference to Premier Mitchell said Wednesday morning that the council trying to get the budaet out o the way first before dealing with topic, of Important I.BW.. lion, Including irrigation. One more me.tfno. of the council will be held on the eatimatu and when that Is completed, about four diva will be required for the printing and proof-readlnc. of th. iTaur.. m.ans that the budget will come in about at IOM "I publlc be held at 10.30 o clock Thursday morning though the public accounts .1--.be.hl'ou.B.1" down befor, that time. The com- Coutiuued" ou BLAME M.C.R. ENGINE CREW FOR WRECK CHICAtiO, March I .Shearer, general manager of the Michigan Central Jtailroad last niglit anuoiinccd timt the road's investigation hud prov- ed thut dm iinglnecr and ttro- man of the Micbigau i train to blame for wreck ut I'orter, Sunday nigtit. in which 87 nersuiiH were killed. ;