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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL -EDITION SIXTEEN PAGES VOLUME XHL ED U kMV ff vii t iari L. GERMANY IN LEAGUE o- Britain .Favored .Membership For Germany But Allows "Matter to Rest GERMAN Y HASN.T ;_V APPLIED YET PARIS, Nov. 12.--Tlie French .government is mihUernbly. op- 'posed to 'the admission of Ger- 'many to the -tongue of: Nations at this time, it wns slated at the foreign -office today. Some action" would he a con- r.equencb if tlie powers voted lo admit was intimal- Priest Praised SoMers; Was aten Tlia. foreign office said there had been conversations with Great liri- 'iain on the subject and the British, hntl been Inclined to favor Ger- man membership in the now accepted-.the French-.vIowpoInL allowing -the .matter to; rest for the] present I Im Gmucli as Germany has not ap piled for league membership It IB cou unlikely Lthere will ha: any effort.with'promise" of to get the assembly in Geneva to act.favor- ably on the question ol Germany's ad- .oniESion time. Tho French hold that Germany, must prove her intention to fulfill the- terms of tha peitce' treaty' and live peaceably with .her, neighbors before oeeking inemhbrsUip and the) contend there lias not .yet. been .time for them to "become convinced regarding' Ger- 'luanyVatlitiide along.those lines. The possibility of the admission of Austria, ..Hungary and Bulgaria Is re- a'different 'light by the French] who'have-indicated they are 'not. opposed lo membership for these as'it-ls considered they have Jitioyrn'good faith. Austria Appl es GENEVA, Nov 12 secretariat bf league of Nallonb todav re- 'celved Austria's tgrmal application far admission to lha league 1-SiiS------------------------- I.ONbON, i Nov." riots have occurred-' at Genera, near Po- tenza, Italy, according Milan dis- patch to the Exchange Telegraph com- pany. priest: is said'to have been severely .beaten during a church cere- mony injvhlch' he praiaed Italian sol- diers "-and strike followed the arrest of! accussed ot having participated' iu the disorder. A strike.also has been 'called at For- ohzo.' a in ittie Appenninea, 15 miles" northeast Lord Minto's Ranching !R Alberta Succeeds LETHBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 12, 1920 if' NUMBER 2SI Unable to3 Lord Miulo, who owjis In the West, .known as tho'-Mlnto llanch, recently returned to Scot-" land and reports that his Shorthorn cattle and Oxford sheep which ho im- ported from Scotland are doing well; lie will not return to his ranch until next April. iers Are Heckled At P. E. I, Meeting CHAIILQTTETOWN, P. B. Nov. of Ottawa, ecrolary.'ot'. the '-national' convention, rlsh Self-Determination''league of Canada and iiridsay Crawford of To- onto president of the league ad Iresaed a meeting hero last night. There were, a-number of- ihterrnp- lons .when.Mr.-Donovan- referred to ho death-of-Mayor SlacSwiney, one man in calling put "He commit The vas greeted -'with. cries of "Puf-him oul. A returned soldier asked Crawford why'ho dfdn t so to the irar His reply was No soldier or gentle man would afck such a question Phj sical force is not the highest form virtue but courage-Is." Withdrawing His Forces SEUASTOI'OU .Nov.. 12.-H3eneral VranpO held of the South Russian anti ]iolcuevik government, is with drawing Ins forces in northern Cnmm toward tho nialn defense line, which runs throuBhYthe village of 1-flshun about'19 iiiiles'soulh'of tbe-town'of Pcrekon.. .This operation Is being carried on-in. the" face, of attacks in force by SoYieltroops. Consideration is being given lo Ihe removal of clvl llzns from this city and 'It Is probable that Ibey will ho sent away as sooi as tho situation is admitted to be serious. Bolshevik Attacks SUBASTOFOt, Nov. Bol shevik General Wran gel's tronps in Btrong forco on both wings in the Crimean penltisula. They liavo succeeded in bringing up the! according.to latest.ad vicel, forces are slowly falling back. General. YVrangel is taking pfccaii tionary stena to safeguard the popula- tion and will evacuate the civilians if BLACK EYE FOR HOME BREWING NOV Home brew ing vasj Drought actively under Lhe prohibition pan today when it learned that enforcement officials had ruled against the of hops, and malt to ''uakers -and Prohlhitlon oflicials that the Volstead "Act- had. beetTconstrued to mean that thcl sale of hops 'and malt as component parts of home made beer ped. .unlawful' he stop- Lieul.-Col. JVFalqne Appears in a London'-'Court on Account of Albert'Hall Speech Dauphin Labor Member of Man- itoba Legislature Job WINNIPEG, Nov. H. falmcr, M.UA., for Dauphin, emplor- efl by tho.Carndlan National Hallway as a telegrapher at Dauphin, hae been dismissed from the service of the company in accordance with Presi- dent D.-D, that no em- ployee of the Canadian N'atlonM'could liarllcipato In politics. "i expect tho people ot tho country .and the labor organizations connected with 'the railway to see that I nm re- Nov. Estrango Malo.ne, Liberal membti'6 the house ot'conimohs lor the t-as division o[ was arresle little'as possible egardlng the drinking .whJch iwent n in aj n j bod v was' d runk'Yaf' al 1. tbijs" dniitted to haying hail two rinks but could, not say that.any- ody was d rank. Ail .these witnesses, uro that llitre-.had been ome thought thst there had been two r three :light3. the-ecc-imed men took -the land-they evinced a .dlsposition'-lo nlargo upon the'drinking feature "of le one of alstaff's tendency to enlarge men in backrair. to large proportions. They all confessed to havipK-'lieeu nmk, .very drunt, and it seamed, to ho idle spectator that they rying to create the- 'that ecauso they had been very .'drunk liat they did-not remember .vcrj inch of what took place except tha vhlch might tnitiga'ta the offense, i hy they had committed. Hut, like he fat KalstafC of old, they did, iiot ilcceed very .well in 'convincing'.the' ourt that Ihey were telling-a good [uality of truth. Hia honor thought that tneravltad' ieen a "jamboree" at that hotel ou' hat.Sunday afternoon, that they vere all drunk, White, thu conii'ilaiii- ng witness, seeming to be tho soiinr- st-man in the lot, judsius from tho itraightfonvard manner in whicii he save his sentence. In passing sentence upon the trio; IB took-occasion- to say that he bought tho holding up of White was not premeditated and in consenuonce of that feature of the. case ho'would render a mild sentence, and ordered hat they be sent'to the Nelson jail or the term of six months. "Two of ho men came to Crow's'N'est from jethbrldge whero they had sprveil sliort terms'in jail, for drunkenness. ,t. seenis that they had beaten their [pay from I.ethbridge to Crow's Nest 6iC a freight, arriving there just. In line to get In the swim of the "jam- jorce." Wilsoh had been working' !or a tow days'-at Joyce's .lumber camp and met the othei: two at' tho mtel. i j STRONG.. STATEMENTS TO CALDER 13.r-Relief oieas- ores. tor.the'i'wc sh'ortage" situation In Vibeirta will-.bli'taken lip at once with he boards'. Of 'grain corn- mlssionersT sojtfpnj j, A, CaHer, rotn; of. promised strong ielegatioris1 bfibnslnessiiisn and lanri- rs Th'ursdayieijenlng. ill remedies would, cerlalnly'be broosni o bear Mr." CalderSiiggeVled that tho short- age might bSreUeved to some extent Ny 'advanUge of tho .elevators at Moose Jaw arid Saskatoon. On ac- :ount.of.lt bein'e a'shorler haul, there would be; greater service provided. The districts along'the Qi'T..P. andiO. R. frqra Edmonton east, to the pro- Few'p'olnts failed .0 make action." would >e two years Sefore all the ?rain was uoved'iil 'th'eTpfesent "raie'was "rnifn-' riiiny points: the'elevatora -----_ THE HORRIBLE EXAMPLE I" L..J1 PAY DEBTS All Canada Needs To Do is Develop its Great Wealth I .in Resources j In Columbus Citizen. (1R SHORTAGE MAY FORCE DRUMHELLER 10 6LOSE UP "unprplected in the fields. Speakers, pointed out that tho short- ige.'ori the gpveniincnt.linea in'a dccrea.sedis.dling brico.tor tho XarniersJiis compared with what "was Itaes, where the KcilUiesJar'eirSnorje Ihe. 3: (Mr. idirt'Vto reniedj distributed to !Atbe'rta.y Rdplyihg' to the' delegation's, requests, Calde: stated i that the 'B4ard> of Grain' Cb.iii nns'siphcrs -'power's to i mak Decpmber 1937 These obligations loUl JZ12I 181SOO ot Mhloh 51S7GSOSSOO is His principle of vrar and -victory '-loans issued' in Canada and largely. h.61d by Canadians. The balance amount- ing to tho principle o( public service, (pans issued In New'York! To llnuldatp tlris'large liabillU witnout1 making firtnei' is sues Ciuada would have to provide in addition to sums required to carr> on public scrvlce'nnd to'pay-lntetcat on all these loans, an average pf moro than "a'-'ye'ar by was' ot sinking fund Of course as maturities wore met. tho-annual'lnterest burtlen pould he demolished and the ta'k ot proMding money for sinking fund lo that would become Mr. Dayman W out. well known in CORK Nov. hunger sfriko Carniangns Mrt Davrmi (it Ihi of Ihe nfne Irish prisoners In tho Cork present limp Is kpfplng liruE6 jail w.is called tdilay, the 94th day Percy 'Levescouihc. n butcher1 in ot the strife. j''r.imanga% She has at t it This wot'revealed when a message toviij tor n yn H In received by Lorii Mayor her husband wa5 In Cacmangay lo. from Arthur of (he." Mmc laat fal! Slmi'1'eih organization was glven'oul. Mr. Dayman -a bulcimr by "I am of .read tho trade ;md cams "from wltli message, "that pur countrymen in tho Mr. Levcscornb.5 about 'twenty years Cork' prison'have siifflcitintly proved ago. At the prese'nt time their devotion'and fidelity and that ceadcd's family is Jtvlng. :.'Kr. they sKould.now, as Ihey were prcpar- Levesoombo. Pravloita to eoliig to Gil to die for Ireland, prepare agaiu to Vancouver' Mr-lMyrrian was -working llvo tor iln Calgary, llo tnessage .has been submitted ol Mr. LevoseombS- Ilia wUlow and lo Ihe'n'irie surviving hunger strikers a boy- survive .him. In the tronblaB arc said'to ho tho The-men reported today in ajcause for, cteplorably low Etate. Tho announcement of receipt of the OrifHth' Litter olopelf followed 05- pent mai.j by Cohalan of Cork. that the'rb. lie n cbsaalion of Ihe slrlko; which, ho-declared, would only he a] waste of lives.' NO DROP IN BREAD JN TORONTO TOrtON'TO.' Nov. there was..no Indication fat a further drop In the'price of "bread, owing lo tho nucluatloJi.on Ihe wheat market, was Capl. .loo M.L.A., after the' tbo opinion expressed today, by tho hoad.i bakeries in com- menting on the.'drop-o( Rlx cents a busliol.In mar- ket ycster'daj'. oMhe exontivc commllteo is convention to take pi a Co early. In BIO SAlE OF BONDS DURING OCTOBER .TORONTO, Nov. of Canadian bonda1 during October reached the sum of says the "This iingre compared with In Stpterr.ber, and for March of this month holds the record fo'r for 1920. In Octobtr a year ago-there wnro practically Vic- tory Loan campaign.claiming the attention of all bond-selling or-, (anlzatlons. Refuses To Do As Hanna Orders WINNIPEG. E. Moore of the Winnipeg district command-Great War Veterans'-assoc- from' the' chalf of meeting'of. the out .his first statement on tho order of dent Hanna pftho.Canadian Hallways, under which on Tuesday.of. this week, Mr. Jloorp waa given :lha. abrupt allcrnaiivo ol resigning from tho Alaultoba-legislature or fronrhls an employee of the Can- adian National. Mr. Mporo said he hail w.orked for tho road for. 12 years and-hcd never heard of such an order existing. "This order I now refuse to accept, and 1 will neither resign, from tho Icglsla- '.uri! 'iior 'from.my -'the shops." BERLIN WILL BE LIQHTEO UP AOAIN BBRhlN. Nov. electrical workers who havs been on strike re- turned to work 'yesterday. The burgomaster hnd previously tiltfmauim to tho strikers 'threatening- (hoy volo was then; taken and a, for. resumption. C. ;