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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWEVF PAGES MONDAY, NOVEMBER K, 1920 NUMBER "WE HAVE WITH US One Policeman at-Dublin Cap- tursd-asd Thrown River MILD SCENES Ar LONDONDEKRY 111 U VST NOT 7 IW scenes were witnessed in Londonderry Satur- day a sequel to sudden at- tacks upon, policemen there. Five po- licemen wore shot. two of them so seri- ously-Ihnt they-are not eipeclKl io recover. All tho property damaged belonged to Iho Sinn Feiners attack on the policemen was dl- _____................_____ Jer is expected to be >In argument Against tho offers who were the> charge that he even splits hairs turf Hug the ".interns house and a Pno thing'Is that hack followed. Tho nead of "Is there ara well filled cells fr. occurred nine o clocl In the knowledge an3 ac vvi must toei'ag In neighborhood and fca well prerared before he attempts so tornled fig of shoppers (to combat nhU son of St Jhnt ISey Cod homeward In n panic e Ontario and adopted son. of 'Afternarda toft po'lcq dud the mllitarj raided a large section of the city. persons. left their homes and spent the night in distant parts cf'the cltv A fire brigade called lo fires in -Wil- Inn s s bid a thrilling experience Before starting tho firemen appealed Ludlei anJ we hsvo with us this cveuluE the yoiiucest IVIme. Minister Canadti ever had 'and tho newest as Allow ua io inlroduoo to-tlio people of and Southern UighX Honourablo Arthur ot the National Liberal auU Couseivativo psrtv, J'rluie Minister of Canada, oiivjuent of mod- .______ orate protection, opponent of class and 'l the'1 Conservative chunk of the party old etyie circus uat- brello la'ge .enough to bod> and 61U1 have room for more In this province wo used to havo a "Little" Arthur as' Premier. Our guest .tonight .Is'not ho Is Ican.asid narrow in. build, with siarji, clean'cut We admit at once, though .we do not aerca wltli all ofjUls political views, that he is about tho duck that has yet wandered into: the political pond. That head'of his earries'a lot of grey matter. They-say-he is 'ubsent-mmd- ol that be so hen It conies to hair, blackenins his his ueyor for- gets anything when bo gets going on tho floor of I'ar- llament lie Is E rcasoner" as a law "SURELY THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY TO GATHER THE APPLES lurk and Bolshevik, Troops Jon Over rim Little RIGHT. HON. ARTHUR MEIGHEN lt] anil a number Portage La Prairie Manitoba The Prlir-Q M'nlsler was bora on the farm Is 40 >eirs o' ue a opponent, Mackenzie King, at Toronto University, a mem- ler 01 parliament 190S a cabinet minister si-ice 1913 and Puma er for a fov. mouths back but for how much longer wo are not rreparsd to guess As Woodrovf ivould say these are disastrous da) for and governments This Is the young man who when Sir Wilirld Laurier heard him speak Parliament after lha election of 190S forecasted that that jojng first to the military for ______ _______ _____ pf armed -soldiers travelled on the] man would go a long distance in nubile life Sir Wilfrid aiso once tald engines OT Iheir w-v riflo fire was that ha never got so much cheering as when lie Toronto but he opened upon them from both sides of ilvvavs forecasted that Toronto s cneera meant a solid representation the road. The soldiers returned fire and two; men were' Eeen- lo fall. To escape the fusilade the engines from that cltv He wad rjght la both cases Meighen has travelled far and fast since Not because he V.TS a child of fortune hut just he cause he produced the goods he worked while others loafed He took public CONSTANTINOPLE JlOV S menia Is passing under Bolshevik con rol it Is in reporis received from 1'iflls. Turks Tartar's have effected >'Juncture at Alcsari- drapole and it Is possible that the clt> it lirlvan has becnioccupled by Turk- ish -troops f Armenian troops are ropoited to 'iirrendering refuge in sorgij v" The Kusslan Bolsbfvik, it Is said In reports Irom Sebasjbpol arc sending mils'from'three-'armies now in the Crimea region to .IJaku and trans- The purpocf It is declared s to give tho troops a period for rest, aud to arrange-.for' of forces in-the Asiatic Offej- no Resistance CONSTANTIMJi'L.L Svov Pe ports from Tiflla; indicate that the Ar- menians have yielded to the Moscow ultimatum! virtually no .re'sislancsMo .the' advance of Turk- troops from Kars and tlexropjc. merit. look a circuitous route and called it) service seriously and his position todaj has been -non bj abilit) and the nllilan barracks to get more sol dlers before proceeding, Volunteers Killed DUBLIN leers reported to have been kill in fight at the cfusewav npdr fYIday four arrcstb were maJe in Corn -s hours Sunday ulght Attacks' -----DUBLIN Jsov attatkr TJV ft mob 01 Uo policeireu on "Saturday led to the shooting of two clvi Hams one of, them serlousl) The at frfy caused a great rnitlc as crowds of people were just leaving the thea Ires. The policemen, who fired their revolvers "at their pursuers.- One policeman was captur- ed and thrown Jn the Lifrey, but was rescued by oilier policemen. Theaire Him- self, Defended Flag Against Crowd NBW-YO'BK, Nov. of -Ir (Canadian We nay'lhis because to lie honest about the men with whom wo differ. To the young men ot the land Arthur Meighen is an example in N Tonight, ladles and will you the platform In our little theatre, the lion-and the lamb Thev won t be eat'ng off th san-e bono without snapping'at each other bec-vuso wo understand a Iamb does not care tpr bone's as cp article of food. But they will be feeding at tho same hunch of hay and at each other between .rhuudies had nn'II iccentlv "seven wonders ot the world, but with in recent weeks the elentH worder i has arrived It is an of view -upon fiscal matters :between Arthur Meighen, "opponent of reel procity and low tariff policies and James A. Calder, advocate of- reci procity and low tariff policies. They have travelled long around a: circle and now settle'down to Jio cpmluB ion that they were both right and can agree. It makes diizy to figure how. many trips around a circle are necessary lo reach this unusual conclusion. '.Hemotnher the d a fellow citizens, when the Big Interest Government at Ottawa, with Arthur Meighen.n member was used to alarm the Saskatche- wan electors, to returning .the government ot which James Calder "was no ek and lowly member'to power. Gono are th'e days. These antagonists tho past have been through the reconstruction period and at least one of them has been very niiich reconstructed. The'partner in this lip'n and lamb scene is as we havc-Iet slip two or three times' already, -llon.'-James Calflcr, old-time westerner, once a school Cabinet Minister in province of Saskalche wan and now President of the Privy Council and Minister of''Immigration and Colonization In the Meighen government. Calder has a reputation pi being a clever politician. Ho Is more than that. lie is a man of all-round ability.. In debate or on tho platform he can handle himself as well as ah} of them and as an administrator ot a department he has few equals. There will be a lot of .criticism ot Colder, but no one will bo so foolish as to insinuate that he of brains. Ho certainly'was when ho was nctlve as..a Liberal, at least .wo used to think so. Some people ;nay thlrilt he lias lost tho Capitol-.Theatre, Broadway and Dlst street, car.sEu a disturbance Sun- day afternoon, when one of the num- ber tore the flag In two while others msde- tlia demand ot the theatre man- agement that It be kept down Iho rest of the week." In commemoration of Armistice week, Iho theatre had prepared a special program calling for approp- riate decorations. Philip Cape, house manager of Ihe theatre, himself Irish ami a former, .major In tho United Slules forces jn France, defended the Has and succ'Ms'fully did battlo with tried to tear It down. Duriag th'e fight women ascended o ladder and snatched Iho bunting down. Another' Dritish (lag WIIH pel up. nn'rl policemen, Irish-Americans, stood guard. and gentleraeu, having said no little and said it so poorly, we ask you all to rlso and go around and hear the lion and the lamb tonight Give them a kindly, reception and then use your own Judgment ta to whether they are right or wrong in their atlllude on pnhllc questions. ARA1ENIAN OFFER NO RESISTANCE in Ues Crown Should Be Prosecut- ed-. When Man is Honorably Acquitted-- TORONTO Nov Chlet Justice Sir, William 'Meredith appeared joy the npvelly of appearing as a wit- ness here on Saturday gave hig. views on sorao matters of public hilerest-before the Onlario public ser- vice' 'commission. Chief. Jnslico Sir WmV :Mulock, Mr. Justice Middleton and Mr. Justice Ordo- also' testified. Online (tueslion.of the reimbursft' ment of persons tried on a charge and acquitted, Sir Wm. Mer- edSlh; tha.opinion ot a man charged with crime and ac- quitted, the crown should bo penaliz- ed In damages Ihe same as a loger in a civil-proceeding. Asked as to what lie of the 'propbaitlon that there should be a government defen- der as'well as a public prosecutor, Sir William replied that if the crown coun- sel did his duty ho would state lo tho cotirt'facts favorable'as well .as ad- verso to the accused and not unduly press for conviction at all'costs. r All four justices were against.any 'change beiug made in ancient in- nitiHion of grand jUries'.whicU they cpntt-nded was "a barriei'tprsafeguard the subject against boing unjustly .con-, vlcted or Improperly placed on trial." i Submarine to Pursue The Whiskey Runners DULUTH.'-Mton.. Nov. to reports received. here last nighfa German-submarine chaser is due here today and will be'used to aid agents of, the northwest in, carrying put their warfare against-.whiskey runners to ho operating 1ii; fishing along'the western shores o" iJike Superior The chaser satdxt.0; lie armed long-range guns and manned by n an ollicer The fishing boats reports hero said ImQ 1 eeri operating out ot Canadian ports and have proven elusive to available wajei traff chaser was called in In a final clfort to brcab. up the, mpst recent offensive of the whiskej runners J MYSTERIOUS 1TNESS !N SPRACKLIN SHOOTING S FOUND Man Who Held Trumble in His! He Died Will Give Evidence SPRACKLIN NOT BEING EXPELLED, UNIVERSITY Leinieiix Prelcts GovtWiBTum Back Railways STB. MARTIN'K, Cjue., Nov. lioilolpho Lomlonx, addressed the elec- tors of this Country ftalurday after- noon. He expressed tho. conviction t'tcit government operation of railways could not ho a, success. As to the latter he said that this policy of gov- ernment ownership'and operation of railways placed: Jtr.- Molghcn In the class of Uolshcvlsls :and lie' predicted that railways acquired, now by the fiovornmenl. later ijo lmiidc.1 nnd patrolman. )ly day he protects their original owners. Other the .village from stray cows and by speakers urgt-d upon tho audience tho night from prowling robbers, but in his' desirability of keeping away from the spare, time ho lias no satisfactory "tilted J-arraers movement, which POLICEMAN CAN'T FIND HOUSE, RESIGN ESSEX J., Nov. police force of-lhia vlllngo has threat- ened to resign unless ho can rind a "real livable to his home when off duty. Sninnel Mnllins is his name.' The chief of police, sergeant HAMILTON'. Nov. Hiinill' .on Morning Times mailo its bow tills mpi-ning with its first Issue, n 24-page ?aper. Tho Times has heretofore been an evening p.ipur, but has nnw dropped Ihe evening edition and ap- pears only .13 ti morning pnper. Thin gives one morning and Iwo evening papers. The Times Is now the proppri.y (if'army, co1 :ho Ontario .Vewspapers' Corpora'tion gouskl. Pf which Jphli Imvie la president and general manager. Nelson Wilkin- son is tho managinB editor. The new home, because of Iho housing short, ago, INOPPORTUNE FOR PEACE. TURKEY TELLS POWERS CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. The Turkish oovcrntr1firit hfts arf> a note to the powers in which It Is declared the present tlmo Is Inopportune for the rati- flcntlon of the poacc treaty by .Turkey, they claimed had It's origin Iu scrlplion. STOLE Ov-ERCOAT AND HAT-FROM'CHURCH nec- essity to as as pray was brotight' out strongly (set nlgnt It discovered that the vestry'of the Gl. James Methodist church harf been enter- ed and three overcoats and a hat ttolen. HAMILTON NOW HAS A MORNING PAPER in Fight Againsf Hie PoSish Forces WAllSAW. XPV. has been between Lithuanian troops and the Polish "volunteer" .anded by Cleiicral Zell- Nov. .The mysterious B. -Smith, the man in whoso arms lievcrly. Trumble is said to have died and whose evidence is considered so necessary at the inquest into the rliDoline of tho hotel proprielof by Rev. J. 0. Spracklin, has been Io-. catodfby border -police and will be present to give evidence when the Inquest resumes tonight. llcv. Dr. II. Crews, pastor of Central Methodist chttrch, Windsor, declared emphatically thnt thero was no truth in the report that SpracklEn >8 to. ho expelled from tho Methodist ministry. _ nefernnr.o majle; to the oficuc. renco at practically all the local churches. One congregation, that of Lincoln Iload Mclhoillsl church, Walk- crville, look dcfinito acliou. Here, the congregation without any suggestion from liev. II. A. Graham, the resident minister, interrupted the service, arose ami-adopted a resolution of sympathy for llcv. Dr. Kpratklin and li'.s family. Kandn-ch Methodist cliiirc-h, Sprack- lln'3 own cmircii, a spccinl paper, ninkes iwarance. a highly crudUoUe-irc Takes Jail Ratter ThanSpealOnHis POUT ARTIUJIi, Nov. refus- ing to fell where ho got his liquor, Jerry Callaghan wns sentenced to thrco months in jail. "Up you know you arc liable lo go to Juil .for thren askc'd Ibo magistrate. rather go (c> jail than replied An ofllchl statement from General Zcllgmiskl's hcadiiuorters declares Mint Ihn Lithuanians, without replying lo a proposal for negotiations, attack- ed Ihe Poles near (iicdrojle. 'ollsh cslimale that more, than Ocrmana, some In uniform, havo passed through, Kasl I'rnssja to Lithuania during-the, past few weeks. Gprrnan newspapers have reported fully-emlpped Ocrman con- tlngonls marchliiK Into Lithuania with Ihelr light artillery, Fending heavy artillery by rail. Chlnesp are also among Ihe prisoners taken by. Kcll son ski. DRY MAJoniTY w. SASK. OVER Nov. one conslltucncy lo hear -from, ad- ditional returns show'lnat Ihfl majority for the the reteronduin Is JUMPED FROM WINDOW- POLICEMAN CAUtiHT HER IN HIS ARMS TORONTO. Nov. Cico- Hnl, Center avenue, this'city; quar- relled with her husband on Satur- day" and leaped out of a second storey window of home. Po- lice Constable Byrt was passing fit the time, saw the: woman just be- fore she jnmped-'Ond caught her iu his arms. She unlnjursd. Bad Morale and Give! Soviet Chance to Stir Up Supporters CRIMEA FACES "A TERRIBLE WINTER COXSTANTINOPLE, Nor. South Russian anll-IJol: hevik forces under the General Wrangel still safely hold 'erekop aud Salkovo, keys to the leading'from Crimea to the mainland of Russia. Military, observe ers declare General Wrangel has many bng rauKO 10' 'and 12 Inch guns, as well as other'heavy pieces, which have planned to protect his line from he Bolshevik, who aiso are concen- artillery forces. Along :he seven-mile trench system .he isthmus, General "Wrangel established elaborate barbed wire eu tan elements. It is .reported General Wrangel'a. withdrawal froin Taurida. created bad morale and political effects. Moscow elreadv is spreading news of the defeat through Islam and'tne Turkish Nationalists in Asia'Minor, who.havo been awaiting the results of the coming treatinp with Ihp allies Events in India ire being watched with particular iutenea- uess' by tho Nationalists. The Impending winter Is dreaded in Crimea, where two million people? with clothing and virtually no money have gathered A dollar is worth fifty thousand rubles- at present'in Sebastopol less General "Wrangel hopes intermU troulilefla soviet Russia will worii In his Belatan Troops In Lithuania LOMDON HOT dispatch to the it. !c.Lo, Woscovv- Raya Belgian troops TISTO arrived in Lithuania nominally for the purpose of protecting lithuania, hut that a .of tliis takenvat Moscov; where there is no doubt that the) are merel) intended to nenr nucleus ,Mith which to attack Soviet tho tune is'rife The correspondent of tho Herald de- clares that Poland in flagrant defi- ance of. the treaty of is keeping., her j troops-on the southern military has .section Jf. tbenf to General Petiufa who is re organizing his army and that :munir lions are daily pouring into hinVfrbm Warsaw. Demand That: He First Address Soldiers' Meeting Tor- onto nr Public Meeting Will, Be Throttled TORONTO, Xov: 7-Thrce thous, prac- meeting and anil at a was held niter llic regular ovcning meeting In a local theatre today w service and priiyers were offered for the iinurisoneil minister. anked by liarry general or- for tho Grand Army of United Sprackliu spent yesterday In Sand- to Mc-n up in Irout 01 Massoy witb, where ho 'went lo cburch .011 whatever .evening Premier charge of a dolcctlvo, nnd conferred I is udvertlsoit to speak llicre, with his lawyer. 'R. I'. HracWn and lho I'remlei1 of Canada Chief License Inspector Ayourst. I "nless Ilc tile sold- Tho funeral of Trumhle takes'place answcw criilcinns vv.hlcli they this afternoon. soldiers' widows have lo make of Ihe Uomlnioit government, he UnOTH IS OIVFN jriuitiol Ki'fak iii hall. Mr. 10 U-iynn llial Ciinsevvativo par- J5IG KECKPTION 1JY .jty intend In arrange .for admission' by lo I'prc that 1'rem- ler .Meighpn uddress. nnd give WIXNMl'KO. Ilram- well llopth, world's leader of the Sal- vation Army a Canadian Club luncheon :horn loday. Tonight ro will be the chict.speaker at a Sal- vation Army missionary meeting. General, Hooth Iwo Im- mense meetings Jn Ihc convention hall Sunday. lieutenant-gover- nor' of the province, presided at lha meeting, and church leaders from every denomination In at- tendance. All spoke in glowing terms of the army's work in moving a voln of thanks'to the gcneyal. FRENCH SENATE ELECTIONS PARIS, Nov. cabinet .today fbccd January 8 the date oil which tho senatorial elections shall bo held. out thy that the premier had grit a wnurlorfiil reception. 'The foicliors