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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL tomoN VOLUME xrv. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY, MARCH II, 1921 NUMBER 78 CABINET DISCUSSES IRRIGA TIONAID WILL THE FENCE STOP HIM? Meantime Brotherhoods Making Strenuous Fight Against Wage Reductions i MANAGERS CLTlM ROADS HEADED FOR INSOLVENCY CHICAGO. Mar. rail- read labor board today requested four railroad heads to appear be- fore it Wednesday morning to 1 testify in the hearing over the natlcnal agreements. The men summoned were T. Dewitt Cuyler. chairman of the Association of .Railway Executives; W. W. Alter- bury, 'vice-president of the Penn- sylvania; Carl R. Grau, president of the Union and R. S. Blnkard, assistant to Mr. Alter- bury. The decision to summon the men was made' in executive ses- sion after Frank P. Walsh, ney foV the four brotherhoods, had refuaed to go on with rebuttal testimony the Witnesses were called, CHICAGO, Mar. labor unions totiay notified the United States railway board that they could not proceed 'with the hearing over national agreements unless the board compiled with their request to call Vfriods rail- road executives to appear before the board. i Frank attorney for the rathaJaV-Voilurhoode, told the board at the opening of today's seasion that he-was greatly sur- prised to find that his request for subpoenaes had not been compiled with and that it was useless for labor to QO on with its testimony. The testimony of the railroad heads was essential a fair hear, ing, he said. BIG R III FULL GUARANTEE OF ALL BONDS IS ONE SOLUTION BEING CONSIDERED; GOMUCH FARTHER THAN LAST YEAR A of Cabinet Are Very Reticent About Discussing i SUVSlllWlJkJi Policy Until General Government Caucus Is SHOT 9ATO, I Three Propo.als Be General Pol- icy for AU MAUU1D, [Pedro Mateo, aijjanavcliist, AMIS! arrested today -ftjul according to i (lie police, to the assas-J sinalion of Piemier Dido cuij j Tuesday night. He gave the: names of nlleget! accomplices. Zitto On Trial i Madeod, Today j Murder of 0. of, (Special to The. Herald.) EDMONTON, March an all-day cabinet meeting Satur- day, the ministers divcuiced the vexing question of further aid to irrigation. A decision that much more advanced aid to irrigation projects would be given, this year than last, finally was arrived at. though the details of how this aid is to be advanced still remain be finally decided upon in CAUCUS. THREE PROPOSALS There were three general proposals discussed for irrignt'on aid- One was q proposal -for the government to guarantee without rtservation payment of interest on all irrigation bonds. Another was to guarantee the bonds themselves up to a certain of their par value, to 75 per cent. The third was complete and total guarantee of all the bonds. MUST APPLY TO ALL ALIKE About as many different opinions were on theie three points as there were cabinet at the meeting. One important point agreed upon was that whatever aid given to irrigation pro- jects shall be of a general applying to all, and no specific project would be singled out for attention. Cabinet ministers were all very reticent about giving out the de- tails of the discussions, chiefly because they fear that their findings may be subject to some alterations in the caucus gf the government .members. MAJORITV FAVOR FULL GUARANTEE The Herald learns that on the subject of irrigation aid, a majority of the ministers were Inclined to lean to the proposal of 4 direct and full guarantee of all irrigation bonds of properly organized and supervised districts but they fear adverse sentiment of the majority of the government members in caucus, especially the northern members, who are clamoring for further aid for the northern railway a. m ii GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMERS (Special to The Herald.) EDMONTON, Mar. Though Blftirmorv Other C RACINE, Wie., Mar. large implement, firm here ati. iiounced today a 15 per cent, cut in the price ol all its im- .Blemeut products, effective im- mediately. A i i f i j i, some of the newspapers of the Latest Advices Indicate Thai; Soviet Forces Are Now j Gaining-Ground MOSCOW RISING ALSO REPORTED QUELLED: (From Our OWB Comspwlent) MACLEOD, I Court opens here Monday morning with Jimmy ZlHoj as the first on the list for trial of the murder of Mrs. Olive McDonald of Hlalrmore. U H. Putnam of Blairmore will defend, tho j prisoner, who is now In Lethbridgo I CHICAGO Mar. J4.-The railway IW- Mr. Putnam will be aselsted by wage controversy and tho rail exocu- D- Mathcson of Macleod. and lives' plea for the abrogation of the I We flght is looked for. J. W. MoDon-l !ald. urown prosecutor, will look after; Will I Near Saloon Laws in B.C. Strict national agreements .governing ing conditions In the shop crafty, the case for the crown. This case i again before the United States attract many from the Pass towns, railway labor board today. this Will Make Act Read So That Complete Control May Be Had i Tba board was prepared this morn- ing to continue hearings on the rebut- Andette and Vaile will appear for trial for stealing casea of gin from thu C. P. ft. car while in transit from Cal- tal of railway chiefs to the railway to LethbrJdge, Addetta will also managers' plea for the nullification', have to face the charge of breaking jail, where he was placed- while await- ing bail. "After a week's chase he of the national agreements ground that thoy imposed i the wasteful VICTORIA. B. C.. Mar. strln- Kent tightening nu of the law against 'near beer" sal e iy> of aioons, i instituting .right of the liquor commission to ftincol the beer licenses of any club or near beer bar without a hearing aud Tvithout appeal, is the feature of a list of gov- ernment amendments to the liquor practices upon the roada and consti- was captured in tho Porcupine j control bill, which Attorney-General tuted a financial burden .which headed and has since been for in the I j the 'transportation systems of the provincial jaiL country for insolvency. B, M. Jewell, daD. Farrt.? will introduce in president of the railroad department of the American Federation of Lahorr Frank P. counsel, and W. .1. Burton of Glaresholm, will answer to the charge of killing hogs. the legislature this afternoon. Other amendments every club or person provide vending that .Mrs. Quinn Nsnton is on trial. beer must licensed. No licensee for perjury. This is a case arising Walsh, counsel, and W. .1. perjury. I nis IE a. case ariuiQK ionVmist, wore to uresent ou' the bis cattle stealing case of 1920. The week will be fully takeo up with these cages, labor's arguments against the pro- posal. Presentation of tho workers' reply will require seven weeks, ac- cording to the union chiefs. Seven officials of rail labor organi- sations, including Mr. .Jewell, last night wired U. S; Senator Cummins, chairman of the senate inter-state commerce commission, endorsing tho senator's proposal for a congression- al investigation of tho United States transportation situation aud request- ing the railroad iabor organizations be given n hearing in tho event of Nuch. an inquiry. The message charged thai nine men and have dic- tated the policy of all the railroads of the United Slates in tho wage question. v Cut Officials' Wages KLKHART, Tnd.. Mar. ing changes In official, personnel on f.iie New York Central Railroad effect- ing officials, from seiierul super- intendents down, were announced here Saturday. All the transfers, it was Haid, curry salary reductions ranging from ?750 to yearly. New York Hoi Bed Of Sinn Feiners from Helsingfors today state that! i Kra.anaya Gorka has Wen j it'om the Russian revolutionaries by soviet trotips and garrison BOW j j consists chiefly of a carlo! Leon TroUky, soviet war minister, has ordered big howltxers to Orauion- baujn, on the Gulf of Kfnkind, site Kronstadt, after executing M. j KolOBor, chief officer of the flying atii- j tion and other rebels, ths advices saiclC The Moscow risins is reported to! havo been quelled after the severest street fighting. Conditions iu Kronstadt are said to bo serious, owing to the lack of food. Because of the large civilian .popula- tion, which includes 700 children, the] garrison's rations are extremelxj scanty., Soviet Advance on Poland I STOCKHOLM, Mar. Afteu-j hladet's Itlga correspondent says to- day that from IS to 20 Bolshevik di- visions with artillery and an aviation corps are advancing against Poland in the districts of Smolensk, Vitebsk. Orsha, Mohilev and' north 'of these places. Nfear Polotsk, northwest of Vitebsk, cavalry divisions with light artillery are advancing with the object a rapid attack in the direction of Yulua, tho correspondent adds. Sir Philip Gibbs Says, However, British-U. S. Relations Are Generally Good may sell to persons under 21; near beer to contain alcohol not exceeding one per centum by weight. Amendments to other sections of the. act include limitation of single j purchase permits to ten per person yearly; every person representing in any .capacity a firm shipping liquor into the pay a license of f 1000 yearly and be subject to heavy penalties: every person posses-' sing liquor not purchased from tlVi government Tfpndor must pay the board a tax equal to the amount of profit the gpvernment would get from There is 'lo longer any likelihood_________ of the house proroguing by Easter and the introduction tho govern- System Accepted b.V Taber Irri- province are drawing from the budget speech of Hon. C. R- Mitchell, provincial treasurer, de- livered Friday, the conclusion that little Is to be done for irrigation at this session, that is far from the truth, if previous utterances of the same minister are taken into consideration. Hon. Mr. Mitchell announced some time ago that -proeiram of the legis- lature was "the budget, then comes it .was clear from this state- ment that the provincial treas- urer did riot Intend to make any extended remarks about irrigation policy during his budget speech. And that was to be expected, for while, as treasurer, he >s keenly interested in what financial aid may he granted to irrigation dis- tricts and will have considerable to say 'in shaping tye final policy, Irrigation development does not come in his. department. Hen. A. J. McLean has charge of that im- portant issue, while Hen.'Duncan is also naturally closely interested. Tht irrigation question will be next on the list when the tha prisouyanl sacred images and pi debate U out of the way. WHAT HE DID SAY Hon. Mr. Mitchell's mention of j AH Work in Dublin Stops While Hangings Are Taking Place I HAD MURDERED BRITISH OFFICERS DUBLIN. Mar. prisen- ers convicted of complicity in murder of British intelligence of- fleers and members of the crown i forces in Ireland were executed in Mount Joy prison, this ctty. this morning. The men were hanged in pairs at intervals pf oils hour. Twenty thousand pto- pie gathered outside the prison during the hours that the lions were going on and ai! j in the city stopped until 11 Even the post office was cloaetf'and t service was suspended. Prisonyard Packed The crowd began assembling in i front of the prison at dawn ami by six o'clock tha prizou yard wan pafck- i ed. An hour later the had fl'i- yd the roadway leading to the prison, j and all the adjoining strsets. An altar had been Improvised near the prison Uoora aud on tlie wulla and trees in irrigation was certainly nat dis- couraging. He said that ernment npQht consider plans "of r helping the farmer who cannot be aided by Irrigation or drainage" i to secure land on which he can make good. The natural infer-, i ence is that where irrigation is I feasible, that will be the best i remedy for conditions, and j the government will see that it (s provided. I The next week should see something definite done in shap- ing the irrigation policy. The i cabinet is expected to hold n ses- sion early this week to disAiss i the subject. CM, Takes Taber Irrigation Bonds ment amendments marks the renewal phiijp j debate over the contentious the English.'journalist, author I clauses of the liquor bill. and war' correspondent after hiirliu visited more than 20 cities Iu Ufa United States recently said in an inter- view here lust night that there was no general Ill-feeling; in the United toward Britain go far as he the In- A, D, MEDHURST CHOSEN REEVE BURLINGTON AT FIRST MEETING 111 Our Own KORKAIOST, Mm-iili of the BuvliiiKton municipality held their ilrst meeting In. the munic- ipal building last Monday. A. tdJIgnnt people lio said, "reo- lize that the future of tho world vlr- i lually is dependent upon the amicable relations these- two great countries." Referring to a Sinn Fein demons- tration made 'at. one of Uln meetings In New York, Sir Pliillp said: "I cer- tainly had a hot time in I liin convinced, liovrererf tfiat tho Sinn Fein sympathizers arc in a very small minority Meclhurst wna elected reeve :iml Air. i York, of couruo, over there. New Ii ita liotbeil. biit A. WiltHo rn-olectetl tTcaaurer. LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR CHARLES TELLETT LONDON, Mar. (Cana- dian Associated homo secretary 1ms informed the Canadian Associated Press that the sentence of death pAffled upon t'hartari Tollott, a former muinliur ot tha thir'fl battalion, C.K.F., for tho mur- der of-his Biator-in-law hero on December bus been com- mnttPtl to lire iniprlxoument. even th'ore I was assured by many of tho leading citizens that it wae only a well organized minority that were trying to croato a disturbance." Sih Philin exprcaaed tho opinion that Oomlnlon.boino rale was the ulti- mate ami only solution to tho Irish problem. FLOUR MILL WAGES CUT IN MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS, Mar. eight hundred anil one thousand om- ployeeu of several Minneapolis flour The drastic amendments wero d cided on, it Is said, owing to the realization of the difficulties antici- pated in controlling' near beer bars and clubR aftnr ardent spirits made easily available. One per centum by we'pht equals about two per cent, of alcohol by valume. Lrowers Ktated that no "two per cent" had been brewed iu the province for some time, and most beers on salo since the referen- dum had probably run nearer ten per gation lo Buy ISotuis Locally BRITISH NAVAL ESTIMATES, 1921 ARE j DUBLIN, Mar. wa Keep Up One-Power Standard But Arc Effect- HErlking.demonatratioB here today i hiitl been placed. Everywhere burue'I. i scores of persons in the heart of the t throng, holding tlieni alof: I throughout the long vigil. Here and there priests or women led in i or liymns iu which everyone joined earnestly, j Hundreds kneeling in the roadways j were 'obliged to rise when armored i cars forced their way through tlv.i j crowd. On the roof 01" the jail, orer- looking' ilic entrance, a cast irou i try box luicl been erected i I'roiu whinh a soldier kept corcfv.i j waluli on the trowd. The Men Executed Two, 01! the men cxecuuul. Vuiru-': Murun and Thomas i'ound guilty of complicity in Life kiU- ing ot" intelligence officers iu .Dublin I on November I'l lust. The other four, i Frank Flood, Bernard Ryan, Thcina-i' i Bryan and Patrick Uoyle, con- i victed ot participation in tin ambus'.i t near here in January in which nun member of the attacking u'ay j killed. j Let Law Take Course J DU11UX. Mar. lord, mayoi- otnctally informed tonight the government decided That tin; J law would have to taltxs its course in ibe case of the prisoners in 3Iount j Joy. In consequence the executions j will be Cjirried oiit tomorrow Women Proteit ed to Lowest Figure Compatible With Economies Effected. ONTARIO SUGAR BEET GROWERS THREATEN TO GROW MORE THIS YEAR Out' Oivu t'JorfeapondPntl TABER. Mar. slertillcant ovewt in the irrigation in Soutfiorn Alberta 'look place hi sit 1 week, when tho Tfiber irrigation xys-; tcni was f.akcn over from tho C.P.U.; by the district and the bonds ing to were bunded the company by tho 'board. .The Taber irrigation bonds fire (i per cent, and interest is payable ntially on tb.n lir.sf. of AiifiiiKt. j bonds bn obtained in Jl.nuO lors, j j aiid offer a aplcmlid investment, in-j S in value tiints goos on, LONDON, Mar. British naval estimates for 1921-22 amount to and net, it was announced by Lord Lee of Fareham, first lord of the admiralty today. In a statement explaining the estimates, Lord LC? said they were were baaed on the government's policy of maintaining a "one- power standard." Hon. Boscawen May Get Taunton Seat "It is the duty of tha admiralty to carry out that policy as econ- omieniiy aa Lord Lee's statement continued, (igivlng full weight to tho special geographi- cal, international and other con- siderations which may have en since the war. This they are doing, in no mechanical spirit nor with insistence upon numerical equality, and recognjjting to the full the necessity of reducing ex- penditure to the lowest limits com- patible with nationaf security. The admiralty have effected dras- tic economies and have agreed to assume risks- which in ordinary circumstances they would regard (Continued on Page Five.) over to) British'Minister of Agriculture.! TABER IRRIGATION CHATHAM, Ont., Mar. live hundred sugar beet growers, rop- resentative of the growors hi the province of Ontario, attended the However Will Have to Fight fN> Win it Mar. clatcd Col. Dennis DISTRICT WILL GRASS BANKS OF ALL CANALS wbereaK ofhtjr valws may hi'vc'u tiu-1 offured to resisu as member of -dine. This i.s a lirst class opiiurUin- for tho division nf Tmin-. ity fur ;ind tbe hotml would like to Kee them taken up locully, ;IH thoB'j In the district can sec Uio pro- gress of the invrslmenL with t.iolr own eyerf. and' ttie strict imposed by the Act Jiiakn'tho invent- incoting of the Ontario Beet ttrowera' ment socurn. inventmenta in hero Saturday. The 1921 Contract of Dominion Sugar com- pany, which was sent oujt to the grow- recently, came in for ijomc strong j erltlciam. President Harry French stated that j bonds can arranjsod through it waa tho dofiire of the raftot the officials of the office of tho hoard at. Tulmr. 'QUAKE SHOCK IN ILLINOIS DANVILLE, Ills., Mar. What is to I believed to have been a hnifry earth Dominion 1 onnnrred iu this vicinity early company and make an attempt j today. Telephone from mills are affected by ft reduction in 'to draft a satisfactory contract. fftt miles apart, reported the wares of 15. par cent, for skilled %nil fug that, tho wan made that Hhock. IlouHfiu rocked on thoir ,tt per cfliH. for nntlrtllAd Iflbor, cffoc-jbeotji will bo growm in Ontario hut no serious rtamnrje j tlvo tortfiy. ton in order to jrtvc. Sir Arthur BOH cawen, tlm riicently-iippolutefl iniiiia- elecLioii i" Uii'llyy, another opportuii-1 ity llnil u seat. Tin1 "'oalil.ion .caurtis bus nnt. yet, i however, the propo.sitioti of! trying to elect the new miniijU'r In' Tanntnu. JnniGK Luiinen. orxauixiiig secretary 01! the agricultural workers' union, }ms .11 ready selected to rnntftst Tiiunton tinder thn banner of tho IiiUnr p.irt.y HIT! if tho new minister oppnpofj hill) the finibfirKo on Cnn.idlan (rattly asain will be n big in the contest. Iti tho kiHt in (Jol. BoIr.F. polled IJi.UHt voli- fFroin Our Own Correspondent) TABttU. Mar. .seed for banka and laterals, has been ordered by tho irrigation board for dietrilui- tion to tlm fanners this spring to pre- vent the .'canals filling iu from the .sides aud it is hoped tc reduce ex- penses of upkeep this way. MONTREAL DOCTOR DIES MOXTttKAL, -Mar. .r. 0. McCarthy, y. prominent member of the Montreal medical profesalon, died in New York yesterday on his return from Bermuda, where he had gone to rer.uperatfi hifl hcalUi. llo in his 5St.h year. protest against the execution lomor-, row of six prisoners in Mount Joy who are accused of complicity in tlu1 I killing of intelligftnc'e officers ,auj participation in an ambush. Anti-British banners hearing cnluni- j inous remarks concerning Great Bri- tuiu and tho admiaistration of Lloy.l j George, which generally characterize 1 SInu Fein demonstrations of this turo, were carried through tho streets in a procession arranged hastily by women overnight. Mar. since tho executions following' the J9J.6 upris- ing, with the possible exception of the hsinsins ot Bevun Uarry in November Five.) GERMAN REICHSTAG APPROVES ATTITUDE, REPARATIONS, ISSUE Mar. of tho CfOrmau government's attitude toward the al'.iud reparations demands tvaij votocl by the Reiohstaff yesterday, nf- l.er Foreign Minister .Simons inarto :i lengthy oxplaDiition of his work at Lho London conference. Thttrc Wits a purtiean dohatc .over resolution of approval which mov- ed ijy tho coalition parties, hut it was finally adopted by a. vote of 2GS to The Nationalist and Majority Hocialints voted with the government enhluc. j LON'DOX, Mar. Sfor.tsi. the Italian foreign minister, before leaving London yesterday for expressed gratification that the pa rat ions conference had proved tho world renUzoH tho governments of Fmnce and Great Britain must bo united." HON. TWVKDLE WILL LIVE PKHTH. Mar. -T. F. I whwm skull was friicturcil Taunton, when ho slipped on the ice List week iiTi'1 :it. Is out of j ing to pliynkiiariK. NEW SPANISH CABINET FORMED MADRID, Mar. Salnar In forming a new cabinet to that of the I Premier ;