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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Villa Quits Unionists' Plan toj Boost Revenue May >Tot I V. Be Adopted WESTERNERS FOR WHEAT j BOARD CONTINUANCE; O.TTAWA, May Cana- dian- supporters of the government in caucus to- day practically decided to favor the prlncipfe of continuing the Canadian Wheat Board. Members who represent large farming' constituencies contended that as the federal government was buying on a co-operative or controlled bacis, the only safe course Was. for the farmers of Canada, through the government, to adopt a. similar course. 'Another matter taken up today was the plea of rural postmasters .and mall carriers for increased pay. A committee was appointed to take the matter up with the gov- ernment Is Centre of Great Oil Fields in Mexico Goes Over (o Gen. Obregon. MEXICAN REVOLUTION" PROCEEDING RAPIDLY OTTAWA, Hay Canadian JUAREZ. Chihuahua, May cesco .Villa's days of banditry and con- stant menace to all'attempts to esUb-j llsh stable government In Mexico and to the relations between this republic (ind tho United States.arc ended, ac- cording to reports reaching here. Lead- ers of the new revolution displayed visible relief at the announcement that Villa had laid down his arms and tnrucd his men over to Gen. Enriquez, rcvolullonary commander uf the Chi- huahua district. I The announcement that Villa had aid down his.arms and guided his followers into tho ranks of tho revolc- ionlsls came.from.Gen. Escobar, com- mander of Juarez. Villa also notified the Mexican Cen- tral Hailroad, Escobar said, thatj ;uards of soldiers no longer would be, necessary on trains. i Villa was one of President Car-1 ranza's first supporters and later one supporters of the government held, a further conference todaj-'to discuss their attitude in re- gard to budget matters, particularly in respect to'thb method of raising ad- ditional revenue during Iho coming year. While tho excise tar is slrong- ,jy'favored, those most in favor of It now express somq doubt on its being adopted to any great extent this year. Tariff reduction, natural resources and income tai were also discussed at some lengtii today. Wednesday NEW 'YOaK, Vay Robert Sordea, 'p'rime minister-of Cana'da, xili be.iback'in Oltawa on Tvas'announced this morning by Lad> Bofdyri, iirived -hero from the south -They: -will leave for plla evening. Tt is said' the premier finds MmseK Krcally improved in health as a result his sojourn in tbo sonth. The visit lo New -York was merely for the pur- pose breaking the return journey to Canada, and while In this clly Sir Robert refused to make any state- ment on public affairs. The premier's party Includes Georse AS'. Yates, his confidential secretary, and J. Yv. Pugs- ley. of tho Canadian department of railways. Want Shipbuilding Continued MONTREAL corpor- als demand upon tho part of a large body of returned men that tho gov- ernment shall in some way continue Iho'shipbulldlng Industry in this coun- try, will bo made today by a large delegation reproaontiriK the Cana- dian Workers' Federation of llcturncd Soldiers and Sailors who go to Otta- this morning. It is expected they will be received by Ihe acting premier, Sir George Foslcr, nnd some of his colleagues, afler which they will meet tho leader of the opposition, Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King. N. P.'s Caucus Tuesday. OTTAWA-, May the Can- ndian caucus of national progressive members is scheduled for tomorrow, when matters expected to arise out of the budget debate again will be discussed. of his most troublesome enemies. Wreck on, Eastern Division of HOUSTON, Texas, May Tampico, Important oil town on the Gulf of Mexico, capitulated to forces of Gen. Obregon yesterday, according to wireless advices re- ceived by local oil interests here early this morning. The advices said tht town went over to the without serious dis- order. MEXICO CITY FALLS, TOO WASHINGTON, May Mexico City, Vera Cruz and Tam- pico In the hinds of the revolu- tionists, United States destroyers were en route today to Mexican waters to await eventualities and to afford protection to United States lives in the Mexican gulf Official confirmation of the fall of the Mexican capital was re- ceived yesterday by the state de- partment from the American SET.-. bassy which reported there'was no disorder in the capital incident' to the transfer of authority. Tam- pico and Vera Cruz also were re-; ported quiet. CarraKza's Fate AGUA I'HIBTA, Sonera, May Should President Carranza be cap- tured hy revolutionary trcops he. mnnt stand trial in the civil courts for any misdeeds of Tvhich he may nuvo bec-n entity while chief Elms Callcs, commander of ths ie- volliHS troops in Inii noiraced last night, ;uft before hayloft rez. It Carranza ill out ot .'.leiico revolutionists PRESIDENT CARRANZA Of Mexico, who Is said to have BeJ from' Mexico' which is now in tho bands of the'rcvolulionists, led by General Oliregon. Murder and Hangs .5. .j WILL TELL OF HIS PRISON EXPERIENCES Dr. "VYestgate, a prisoner of war-in German East Africa from 1914 to 1916, is in the city today aud will tell of his ex- periences ut St. Augustiu'i; par- ish hill tonight. West- gate is field secretary to the George Leavilt Carries Out Announced Intention of Offer- ing His Deaf and Dumb Son Royce, Aged Nine, as Found by Searchers Hanging Side by Side on Saturday Afternoon. (Special lo tlic Herald) j CAHDSTOX. May hanging his ciuaf ami dumb son .M.H.C. tVol Western Canada. j Kom, njne, llic rafters and during the past two weeks b .has been visiting the Pel and SSIcotl reserves. He has a fitory to tell of persecution and' brutality of which only the under lliu grmiilsliiiul ol UK- grounds about a mile wesl llio (own on Saturday after- once. A'charge of hish treu- committed suicide by hang- son was trumped up ajainsl him and'it was probably only the arrival of tho Delgian army ;Ol llolirs later searchers found at Tnbora, and surrender or 1he Gennans, that saved his life. Besides his bitter c-Mieri- o[ prison life, Dr. gata will tell ot the mission in which he has spent the greater portion of nis life ,-md of the faithfulness of tho Christian blacks when in his time of trouble. the 11 ilie bodies ing sklc by sidt' with life extinct in Jiotli cases. II svas Ihe. mosl .shacking double tragedy in (be history the Cardslon dislricl. The murder and suicide arc believed lo'bc Hie result ol' deranged menial condition of brother, Amos Leavill. and a Ilie man who hud been under stepson. Jabcs Williams. Life was contemplating any raslracl, but she did not give il serious consideration. About 2 o'clock in llic afier- uoun she noticed from her sick room window Ihal her husband anil son were leaving the house nnd starling toward Ihe cenic- Icry. Calling one of llic girls, she sent her to a neighbor's In telephone for a brother, Amos' Lcuvill. Hefore he could lie- found and slartcd oni on :t search some lime had elapsed.' The Bodies Found The bodies were found about in the afternoon the I for 3m til', be Cien. Callcs Washout Is Cause. New Provisional Government Friendly to to Develop Resources FRBDBniCTOX, Is1. B.. May The locomotive of 3.. way freight train on the Canadian National railway (Canada Eastern division) plunged 'in- to the river off .what Is known as tho Pennine bridge, two miles north oE Jlarysvillp, early this morning, and dragged tb.e tender nnd one freight car into tho river with it. The engineer, J.-Giilis of Newcastle, s missing and it is believed his body s in the river; Clifford Hughes, fire- man, was badly hurt but not family scalded, and .Tohn .KslabrookB, brake- man, Is pinned nnder tho tender, with only his neck and head out of tho wa- ter, while frantic. efforts "arc being made to lift the tender and re- lease him. Following a heavy rain on Sunday. a. dam on the N'astrwnak river, owned by the Nashwaak Pulp Paper com- pany, gave way and the rush of logs thus released tore away tho embank- ment so that 'when tho train came along, tho locomotive, tender and one freight car rolled down tho embank- ment o( almost 50 feet into the river Traffic on tho Canadian Eastern di vision is tied up. Die'd Before Relief Came, FREDEIlICTOXv N. 'May About olclock dlci be-fore tho tender could be raised be- cause of. the other wreckage- -piled up- on it, and It was only by cutting off his leg bolow tho knoo that his body could be rescued.from tho water. Sev- eral doctors -who were in attendance had declined to accede to Bstabrooks' wish that.his leg bo amputated beforo ho died, but continued administering restoratives to him in the nopo of keeping him alivo until tho wrecking crew were ablo to move the lender under which ho'was pinned. Gillls' body was found under the boiler of the engine, but cannot be re- moved until the wrecking crew are able lo move tho engine. Glllis Is married and resides in this city, but had no children. Amendment'if Home Rule Bill I'rnvidinc Qne Parliament to amend- ment to .the-'government's Irish home rtilt bili.offcred by Mr. As- "qiilftv 'one parliament "Instead of two in Ireland, was de- feated In the-house of commons this evening, arfer a short debate, by a vote of 25J to 55. Plan LONDQX, important debate Irish home mle.blll'Irutho- committee stage began, Mr. As- the bill, so that would have Watson Gets] Life Term pnc tirarliament -instead of -separate May The droadnought Oklahoma was ordered to proceed from New York to y West, for possibto duly. in. Mexican vraters. Men Who Sought Life of Premier Venizelos Given Life Sentences ATHENS, May lis, Colonels Derlercs and Karapaleas and Captain Kanabouvos, leaders in tlto plot against'the lite of Premier Venizelos last December, have been sentenced to life imprisonment liy> a court-martial. Fifteen oilier o'ficers received sentences of from. 15 to 20 years in prison, and 24 suspected of complicity iu tho plot wero acquit- ted. larliaments for the north and south 13 provided In tee government meas- ire. Mr.- Asqullh's amendment would irovidc one parliament wllh county option for Ulster for a period limited .0 sis years, as proposed in 1914. Carson's Protest LONDON', May Canadian Associated Edward Car- son writes lo the Morning fol- lows: have hundreds of letters from America complaining of th9 folly ol Ihe Brilish. government in making no effort to counteract anti-Brilish propa- ganda carried on there on a huge ant] systematic scale. New York is Iho WINS WOMEN'S BRITISH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP VLADIVOSTOK, May pro- visional government has announced that elections shortly would be held a lOa-stcrn provincial parlia- The declaration announcing clettior. lays stress upon the .friendly relations hetweon the people and 'Uio great powers liascd on inter- national Inw and e-xlstiag treaties and mils for tho development of the na- tional resources and Industries wllh ami foreign capital and maxi- mum freedom for Kimia and foreign enterprise. The .lapanejo hnve insrallcd a com- plete leleptiono system, hotii military Industrial. There '.a a marked shortage of in Mio mari- time district contiguous to JIanehuria. Fourteen Year (Md Wife is Deserted by Husband and Locked Up ST. THOMAS, Ont, May vlert. descried by her husband, and now charged by her brother with the theft of some jewelry, Maggie Towors, aged 14, was locked, up here Saturday night. The child-wife stoutly denied Iho theft. Kiio also stales that since Down, Ireland, May Leitch, British women's golf champion, won the'ladlcs1 golf ..stroke competition today with. a score of 84. Hiss A. C. Mac- kenzic, ot Toronto, was fifth, I- wllh SS strokes. Ilie close sin'veilltmce of his ily. for Ihe monlli. His wife had IXVMI ill ill Hie Ciall hos- in for- soniu lime nnd rcUirncil ;iboul a i inoiilh ago, hul was slill coiiim- i c'd lo her bed al home. It is flicvcd to have been 'tis wife's was Ihen extinct. No signs whatever of a struggle were nol- etl. The boy was deaf ami dumb and would'51.111 up no resistance, il is thought. The A. P. P. constable was notified immediately- and after viewing llic remains' the bodies i illness which unsettled LciiviIt's [were cut down and lakcn to the mind. I undertaker where an inquest is Son as Sacrifice being held Ibis forenoon al 10 hi the morning of the Ihe tragedy Leavill hud said George Lcavilt was a laborer his vyifc Ihal ho thought lii.s son! anil slicepherder and hud lived KUvce oughl to lie -offered up as! in Cardslon and Vicinity Tor .1 slalcd'Iiis inlen-j sonic (imc. lie had recently Oinploycd as a slieeijlieftldr, bill has liol been, employed Tor Ihe pasl month owing lo his mental condition. LOS ANGELES, 10. -James P. Watson, who lias confessed lo llic murder of seven women, was today sentenced to life, imprisonment a I San Qii'eii1 fin prison by Judge Frank R.. Wills of llic Los Angeles county superior court. The sentence followed.Watson's plea of guilly lo Ihe murder of Nina Lee Dc- loncy, entcfcd last week. tlic boy I'J'hal was inkling Sirs. Leavill had Ihal liu.sbaiul Heaps and Dunn Hold Meetings in Nova Scotia! SYDXEY; N. s. any A. llcaiis anil F. II. Uunn. of Win- niiicg. arrived in Sytluny on Sunday hoadoiiartcrs of this morning. Owing In the fact that Itio Is creating Ill-will, and anll-Iirll-1 proper arrangcmenls v. ere not made, a ish leellne, nnt only In America but! meeting to have been licld in this city In Tndia and Egypt. Yet the British the afternoon, v.-as nostiioncd. Alderman Heaps and Mr. Dunn addressed a largo gath- ering of labor men at Glace Hay. Tho proposed civic ivckonu1, which aroused so much comment, proved a that, a policy of tactlturnlty is Ihe most dignified and efficient one." KILLED BY TRAIN. WINNIPEG, 31ay Cowal', fiasco. was inslantly killed this morning i while bidding good-bye lo a friend on j ZEPPELINS CO TO RUSSIA Canadian Vacific train No. 2, casl-i WITH MILITARY INSTRUCTORS 'bound.- Jle slipped and fell under the wheels. PARIS, May German Xeppelins have been seen going east Wheat Goes to Local millers received word this morning'thai wheat had been advanced another 35 cents per bushel to by order of the wheat board, effective Saturday night, at mid- night. Bran and shorts also advanced per ton. Flour Will Jump While local millers have O received) m> InUimtion of an increase in flour! prices, following the 35-cent incrcaj-c in tho price wheat, it la stated Ihem that ati Increase of JI.G5 per Iturrcl is warranted, ami if this 13 granted, the price of bread will In- orease at least one cent a loaf. The Board's Order. May Canadian hoard linvo issued the follow- ing' order, effective May S: "The price of wheat grown in thn Kiev in force late on Saturday. J struclors. Canada Will Appoint Minister to Washington Definite Announcement is Made at Washington That Arrange- ments Have Been Will Have Wide U. S. Appoint Minister lo Ottawa. OTTAWA, May tlic Can- adian George Foster In the house read an.offi- cial statement regard la llio an- pohitmccil oC a Camidjnn minister nt Washington. Ttic KtatemcTit ivas RS .May Canad- ian minister to Ihe United Stales will I JHOLCAND ORANTS.BIG Hugh Thompson made llic lihislra-j CREDIT TO GERMANY'tJnna foe .some editions of many well! her husband loft linr she has Imnicd I appointed. Fornmt agrce- Ihat he was already married and lias menl of (he purposo of llw Dritfsli a family. 4o place her lallons wJUi tho Unilcil Slates com- pletely in Iho hands of Canatl.i wa3 made toiiay in a statement read tn the Canadian iiarlhuncliL at Ottawa by Al- rection of Mio Rovernor-gcncral' and the Hrilish inirliamcnt at Ixindon and made through the British emhassy. WELL KNOWN ARTIST DIES. LONDON, May Thomp. son, the artist, is dead at his homo In Wandsworth, a suburb o' London. UKKUN May" bo-lsnown novels, among Ilicm Iho Unusual powers an to be conferred of .Tane Aiislen and Kliol. He on tho Canadian minister. In tho.ab- Kenco of the ili-itlah minister, ho will lako full charge of nil HriliEh diplo- Iwccu (Jormany and Holland has been siericd by which Germany receives credits atnmiutlng -to tiro lnindrcd million guilders, according to the also provided illustrations for gome- of Shakespeare's works, Including "As You It." and 'The .Merry Wives or Windsor." He wan born In.lSCO. matic SlH'.es, relations (ho United Official Statement. test of the official statement is as follows: 'As a result of recent discussions, au arrangement lins been concluded between tho llriliah and Canadian fiovernincnts to provide more com- plete representation of Canadian in- terests (it Washington thhn has hllh- erto existed. Accordingly, It has been agreed lliat His Majesty, oil tho ad- vice of his Canadian ministers, shall appoint a minister plenipotentiary, Who Trill havo charge of Canadian af- fairs dhd will at .ill limes he the or- dinary channel of communication wllh tlic 1'nitcd States government in mailers of purely Canadian concern, acting instructions from and re- porting direct to ihe Canadian gov- "In the absence of tho ambassador, tlio Canadian minister will UUe ciiargc tlio "whole fcmbassy ami of ihn of tlic. Iniiicjial as (OmHnurd mi i'age KIsUI.) HISHOP OF DURHAM'S or ,'ccd. shall be n bushel, basis .Xumbcr J iNorthern. in store- in public terminal elevators at Kort William anil I'ort Arthur, tiud licensees of the board selling such wheat shall pay lo the bonrd Iho sum of a bushel tor each bushel of wheat sold. "No mixed containing wheat, grown in the provincca of Manitoba, Culling Out of More Transport Workers Is Nol Mel 15y General Response. Alberta ami ilritish Columbia, shall be Canada without a license or permit of Ilie hoard. ".Vo mixed grains containing PAHIS, May tbc leading spirit of the Prench Fctlem- tlon of Labor, lias failed apparently [o strengthen the movement for na- tionalization of public, htililips by'.or- I tiering a strike on Iransr'ortolioa exported out of ,.nM_ in Paris.- At 10 o'clock this morning. omnibUBCs were going about as usual, but'there were only a few cabs lo bo seen. Fliall bu iniporletl Into Canada without DEATH ANNOUNCED1 a lircnso or perniit ot the board. i i'rcriucnl clashes occurred during "Ivacli rnilt licensee who grists jibe morning bccween taxicab drivers Mheal for fanners or .oilier owners! wlio to run their machines Iliorcof returns lo such owners! and strikers. Tramways went work- Ihn whole- of the acttiai product of ing regularly, but remained wilhin such wheat shall not lie vecimred" to parlicipiitEon certificates or lo remit Id Ilie board tho a bushel t nu such whc-jt. however, I.OXDOX. 'May death is announced IK Ilcv. ITaniilc-y Carr Olyn Muulc, bisiiop of Durbam. iiisltop Monle was born in ISM. lloj held many important posts, being as- sociated -with both Oxford and Cam- bridgc universities, lie was honorary i chaplain lo Kins Edward. Ilishop Moulo was Ihe author of many works dealing wilh Ihe Chris- tian religion. tha', mill licciif-eo must stiilejuents name or other owner wheat grist MORE BRITISH FARMERS COMING TO CANADA LONHO.V. May 10 (Hy Iho Canadian Assoi-iaHvl .The Caronia, which fron) lyiverjiooi and New YorK on Saturday, carries over young Uritlsh inrmcrs ami thoir wives who aro going to settle in Canada. walls of J'.iris and Aid not enter t.he suburbs. Men operating them wen: not attended, as on May (lay. by po- lii-c or soldiers. Auto busses coflltu- ned to circulate and there were no at" li-mpls ot violence against them. now centers on frbetlu-r ed; quantity of wheat srlslcd, and jniiiwu.v d-widcs gas and clcctriral nuaiitity ot flour, offal or. olbor pro- j shall br called out. The duel relumed If" the nf tbc txcculivc of ihe hbor tcil- wlieal gristeil." eiattou is in conlinuoiH session. Flour Jumps, VANCOVVBH, IJ. C.. May Flour [idvanetit a barrel IH.TO this making tho wholesale prieo lo bakers SH.'iil In find for Ihaii car lots, f OLDEST NOTARY Itf CANADA IS DEAD GOOD SHOOTING. LUMJO.N, .May nr Tity 'he adian Associated Flying May William F. fatlici- of tbo notarial fission in Canada, died yoflnrJay at liwiiiu fibril. Jollfju-inS'S slisht at- lank of paralysis. Ho wns S3 years Lieul. J. X', Smith scored 147 po'tois'old and.had been practicing as a no-, out of a possible at two. five and Mry for nearly years, a long.v pt'r-