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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL ED1TKP TWELVE PAGES VOLUME XHL LETHBU1DGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1920 NUMBER 287. Charged With Cattle Killing arid the a Saddle CASE WILL LIKELY LAST ALL WEEK A i-a'se ot gonsidorublo'iriterest in the THREE MILLION AND A HALF LOSfM MAIL CAR ROBBERY COUNCIL BIAJfiKS, lows, Nor. ill the Chicago. Buriington mil! Qulucy mail-car robbery list'Saturday night will total at least S3 600 000.According to ti. story by the Kvomug This, accbfdins to the newspaper, became Xuowu today when additional postoffice officials came to assist local investigators In a check of the insurance Iho stolen mail pouches. Ono sack, wliku was found ripped open, contained In SOY- eminent investigators Bald. Wrangel to Keep up Fight Against Soviet PARIS, defeat of Gea dertook to protect tie wounded yho eral Baron Wrangel, commarider-in-1 hail- not 'been removed and a nursing chief of the Russian volunteer army staff volunteered. to remain behind "twixt the Striking Mover and the Profiteering Landlord" Strong Criticism of Clergyman By Orilatiojv- Conservative Member of Legislature the Crimea will not end the fight ag- dlstrid has been going on In the Dis-' arajt tne Bolshevik, liasllo Maklakoff, trkt Court at Macleod since Mondaj Speciai in Paris for General afternoon when the trial commenced urangcl declared here today MVe before Jjclge MacNelll of R L Minor nOTer up the struggle against of Nimton charged with cattle killing jjobheilsm he There are and of the theft of a saddle and %ar Other besides the use of arms Ions other articles The case for the munitions in which the Bolshe prosecution closeJ when court ad vlks can lie put (town and perhaps the journed on Tuesday and that for the (iefeace opened thla morning J TV McDonald K C of Is pros j editing for the Crown and the defence Is in the McKInley.Cameron, of Calgary. A Wild Man The provincial police have been at .work. on the case lor a long time, with will continue along bloodless General Wrangel s third annv is biill intact in Ihe tilrame M Makla kofi explained and this could form the basis of-a new. Remained to Last. CONSTANTINOPLE, v.Novv Arras were issued. ;to workers'at Se- From The Wires LLOYD GEORGE IS V dOING TO GENEVA Chief Detective Nicholson in charge b-istopol for the purpose presenmt The arrest of Minor followed several order and protecting stores says an cases of cattle stealing reported in allied official who rent-lined to tho last the foothill district west of m that city The worvers union uu and.Slavely.: .There is as; dbscribea' ns having aH appearance of an out law with, a shaggv and unkempt beard reaching to flls waist To liim Tjas attributed the aeries of crime': ind he was suspected lo he a fugitive from justice from the States his peculiar habits that he newr slept -.was supposed to have been seen, pn Minors place end In made for him the detective carno across him and discovered that he waSf all old acqualutance ot h'-i had ilvfjd in 1912 near the b iddlo Lake Indigo Reserve where he had a home stead There was .nothing wrong dls covered beyond that he nnd a knack of breaking in wild horses and hrfrl a mania.for.doing'this. Accused on .Stand MACLEOD, Nov.. case ag- I alnst n L in the District Court is The accus-' ed '.went-'Into" the' witness box when the case- for the at 0'o'clock tin.d .slaled Ihal- BO" far as an> catlle he Bid killed they were hia own properly. There are it is understood about- a dozen witnesses to he called-for the defence and it is expected that' the. case will pretty well AVith Mr. Mac- Donald, K.C., for the Crown is en PARIS Nov George of Great Britain Is expect ed to arrive in Geneva soon, ae- 1 cording to newspapeV from that city _ l It. D. lieimett, K.C. ffein GERMANY PROTfeST GENEVA, Nov Germany Ts reported to bejplannlng a protest to the assembly of the League of Nations against the allocation of the Eupen districts to Belgium by The council of the league g 1 HOPE TO WIPE OUT THE BREAD SUBSIDY OTTAWA, Nov. (Camuiran plans -of re-estab- lishment for returned soldiers 16 In- clude a fifty million -dollar housing scheme as system of rehabili- tation In professiuns and business en- terprises'arc being discussed by Ot- war veterans and a cornmiltec has been'appointed, by-Ottawa com- 'maud'G. W. V; A. to consider tho iliat- ter and- report to the next meeting. .The housing scheme as would provide .individual loans not to exceed. repayable in 30 years, the buildings to he of a standard pal- dern tho -plircliaso of. land'and material-as1 well as supervision." erection under tho settlement board. LONDON, Nov. .food here looking to the abundant harvests of': .Canada Australia and Intjia tolenable.lt in the early spring to Wipa out the bread subsidy substaniiaily reduce prices. SASKATCHEWAN UNANIMOUS FOR WHEAT CONTROL REGINA, Nov. unani- mous adoption, of'.the'motion r ask- ing for re-estaWishment. of the wheat hoard anoTthe introduction of ;a :the Dornliilon government to nectlon .smugging, 'featured todayVsKSOriv mmediately after General irces left, lloishevik established lemselves oivthc hospital train and olshevlk .delegaUon left Sebaslopol meet the Boviet army. Many aban- oned buildings were looted by'mobSj is said. Keports, that Batiina has lieen cap- urea by the Bolshevik have.been re eived'. here hut they'have not thus r been confirmed. News from Armenia is" badly e 's'edi-- It would appear that neither ic Uolahevik element nor -the Ar icnian government Is In control of lie situation. SENTIMENTS MET WiTH'ENDPRSATION 10UONTO Dr f'orlics UPOFfflEBlY Will Ask Police Commission to Take Steps to Run Down Liquor and Drug .Business M P P for West lork, in an addiess last night to the Conserva- tives of Ward 'S; "denounced Attorney- Oeiieral Kaaey for not prosecuting Rei Mr SpracMln for shooting and killing Beverley Trumble Sand wich Dr Godfrey said a minister of the gospel not have been ap- pointed lo tie .position of license in spector ana this he slated that he MeUwdlst and his father a Methodist minister for 40 years It is mv dui of this provinc the 'shooting affair at WInd'or Is no going to he closed until Sprackllu has been placed on trial TUs statement loudly applauded bj tlie Ing I dont believe cbat the people: of this proimce -Rill rest Ur Godfrey continued, and 1 certainly will not rest in the legislature until this has been done As a member1 of the legis- lature I charge, Mr Rape} that it is up to Inin to act fa the matter. I ould sajvfurtiior that every amateur proeiitlve officer m Essei county should be dlBcharsed f Church Piper's Comment TORONTO Noy Commenting editoriallj on of Beverley Trumble hotel? at Sandwich, In St. Louis INSINUATES ALLIES'OCCUPATION IS OFFENSIVE NffT DEFENSIVE i Movement, Behind Ve'nizelosi Defeat is Favorable to Former King I NEW PREMIERS j 80 YEARS OLI' ATHENS, Nov. resig- nation of Premier Venlreloj has been made public The leaden spoke of the restoration of former King Constantino ai in ac- complished fact, Nov. is believ- ed here thai the allies will make known to Greece their Intention not to recognise Constantme should the ex-kljifl-be restored to the- throne. i TVINMPBG C J1 Gray, announced 'today r that' as' an jftermatli of tho Stock-vards' Hotel tragedv ho would call a special meet ing of. the .police commission, prob- ably this wfiefc; and would reque'sl.thal the commission', lake -suclv. steps as are deemed advisable to' 'clean' up Winnipeg of ail persons ing in liquor or drugs lie said he was prepared to go to any length in helping to elinxinate law breakers the those responsible, for tho TIc-iths of the two police officers and if necessary, would ask tho city coun- cil for an appropriation to carry on tlie campaign against such characters of the- underworld. irurauie aauunivu bv Her J special li cense Inspector tlie Christian Ouarrt iaif the MetiodVel organ dl Canada this week deolares'tilat respect for the be re-established on the Cs I sex county border at tie ol human life if nscessar} Guardian said in part UttW Ullngs does'tto get us anjwnere'7 Respect for thejav be re-estabbslied aud-its Rancher At Whiskey Gap Takes Life i GREAT-FALLS' FIRST TRIPLETS OltBAT- PALLS, Mont., Nov. 15 and Jlrs. 1'cter I'opovlch of this cily are.believed-lo bo the parents of tho first triplets born In Croat' Falls. were born FridayvMolhor arc doing nicely. There boys, weight three- pounds six ounces each and EI girl foitr jioimds, twelve ounces. BREAD DROPS 3 CENTS -AT PORT ARTHUR PORT ARTHUR, Nov. price of bread dropped three cents'here today, making the price for a pound and ;a half loaf 14 cents against 17 cents last week. 'r ff Q f.t fj fj f. the admission or his failure to prohibition law In I) It Murphy, KC, new sen ttdnJIuistralor, the movement a" rolnrn to opcu selling in gathering strength The present prohibition ,law has failed be cause of'police sup- port H is being suggested tint tvro classes; of'licenses be.Issued, one for beer and one for for a moderate Ice a'lid fhe !oth'er .for places for liquor might be sold bv a kroup of men who would be- lonfirmed in their 1 censes during conduct onlj and wotfd guarantee the- ciact .cerrsjag out of i stringent law or not the government brings 111 such i bill next sossi6n, there doubt that some members will' dibcuss such i change in the pro vincial house. Our Own CARDSTON, Sov. 'the jasjj of his brain shot John JUgga, forty-one yenr.s of ager was 'ounil-dead-in his' bachelor honitrou his ranch at Whiskey Gap on Tue'sdny mornlng. Apparently Rugga hiiil ills- what can ho ascertain- While Walking With W. S. Hill, South of Chin, Marl Coflap- Responsible The sudden collapse and death of a sheephordcr, of the name; of Harold Sorby, took pTace'south of Chin nt ten" thirty last night, lid belonged to :harged a shotgun Ir.to bis nioulh sqnielliiie during night. Nelglibprs were iillracteil -to .the ,cd; and has a wife living at the ad- 127 Fifth deceased was a man of sixty louse by Eccing tho light burning car- k-'earsrand at the time his death 6c- ly Tuesday morning. When they he was In the company of W. tered they found the lifeless form of nf the city, whose.sheep he lhe_.rancher. Dugga had Ijeon- Iron- was.tending.' The two men w.ci'8 walk- hlod with a cancer for sevDl'M _yeaM! togelhcr 'anil (Conversing. of a siulden, Sorby stepped disease caused the man nwii life. Carmarigay Considering An Irrigation Project (Special to the IIor.iMl CAU51ANGAY, Nov. 17.--A meeting called last night by the Board of Trade of Cormangay to take up the matter of-irrigating tho Carmangay district, nil property on or adjoining the Little Bow river. There about 25 farmers iiud others interest- ed present. William Bowman was elected chairman of Ihe project and Hugh Carter secretary, and commit- tee's were unpointed lo wait tuion the farmers in the municipal districts to lie irrigated. oC Irrigation, and especially.-nplntlng. out the hencfils pf-lrrigjition as Ihoy Hiwl found it in It will he nccesBarj" to TmlkV a re- tninlng Vail to divert the waters the llighwood stream into the Little Bow river, for tho.' purpose of. irri- gation. Every person In the Carmaiijiiy dis- trict seems to he enthifsiastic and most anxious to ascertain whether or not the project cn'n he worked out. An- other meeting Is called for Friday, when preliminary slejis will he taken 'Mr.'John'Baas of Coaldalo address- to take Ihe nintCer'wUh.the'govern- ed the meeting, talking iiloiig the lines Fairvillc, N. Suffei's Loss of ..-dumber of Had Ills hody was to Csrdsloh and is bilvleJ today. Dr. Sine- Dool, coroner, decided that no IruiiiSsl is necessary. Tiic only relatives of the'inah known about arc hij father and mother who reside in Knghtlid. back, gave a sigh and fall dead on the Death Is attriliuted.to heart Coroner Humphries proceed- ed to.Chln last night on hearing the intelligence nnd considered that no in- quoit Vas necessary, "dealh'.heing' due to natural causes. 1 The late 11. Sorby was' employed at liroBks In looking after some rams be- i longing lo Sir. Mill and Mr. Peterson, _____________' I Ho Wfiiiglit.clown Ih'o ranis, lha prop- erty of Mr. .11111, lo Chin sonic two months afco, and has since been herd- liig'llie sheep in the vicinity. A let. tor from his wife was foiind In his Three-Dollar An Impossibility World Can't Afford it Argues Agrl- ctiiturai Economic Authority Q Bitter 'Remedy', Iowa, Nov. "The world hus not Ihe purchasing power to buy J3' E, 0. N'ourse, head of nrnlcs, !owa State Agriciillural Cdllego at Ames today said address -before the farmer-hanker conference of Norlhwesloru' llA'n-os rtlsctisslng" the strike nnd market conditions. -Uelthefalo to keep pace with the fall. of prices of (hinga farmers Iniist buy fa a hol- ler remedy lhan -the Varmcrfl, ho must accept Iho.general price lov.el but nro not obliged to accept all the cut deflation process... poi-kel .In which she expressed the hope that ho wiia feeling .boiler health. THREE DAYS ALONE WITH BODY OF WIFE ONLOJSBIA' ROCK Ont.. ttdY. .thnr IT. 22 years light- house keeper on n lonely rock In Georgian Bay, known, as the Want's Totnb, about 12 miles frorti this place, who lived. alone with his wife there, lost his .wife last Friday night after' a day's Illness. A strong gale prevented his gelling lo.ths.mainland .until last' three days nnd ho was etiabled1 to reach Midland and make faf his wife's ST. -V. D., Nov. blaze which broke oul in the Knirvllle, N.H., lire station and destroyed all the ap- laratus there early this morning, turned six buildings and damaged hrec others.- The places destroyed vcre the, fire included he jaii find Imll, pajl of which UGCd as the Gaiety .loving Hlcturo Theatre, and a num- ber of houses. Occnpanln of the louses wtto co.npcllcd make their escape In their1 nighl attire to the street- liiinding sleet and snow slorm The damage dono is estimated I Shot Dead Wie Trying To Escape WH1TEGATE, .County Clare, Nov. of six men ed last evening under tKe restora- rf.order act were shot dead this morning while trying to cs- cape from according to an official report. THAOES UNIONS IX TORONTO TO FKJ11T WAGE REDUCTION TOHONTO. N'ov, the war wo bore the hrniit while piuploy- era mnde huge prolits ami now it senms thai we nrc" expected. to do so gain." salt! Secretary llopklns'of the and Decoralors' Union, yes- crday In comio.ction wilh the nollre given by the employers ,in Iho hulld- Nov. ,16. fired from a number of points on several occasions today to di( pei-ie after election trouble make ers. .Tonight there fears of further troubles, which 'may lead to martial law and there is be danger that the army may get .out 'of. hand. The stores, banks, and theatres closed tMay, and ssld.ers patrolling the streets f ATHEN'S, Prenx lor George Ilhallis, has succeeded in forming a cabinet to succeed tho Ven izalos government, defeated In Sun day's elections nnd the ,new jumlsfr> is In tgdar, "M RhalUK, who Is SO veara, will besides the premiership, assume portfolio foreign lUore Is much mSerest in the Tott cast by the.army which-has. been returned, and which It has been thought might affect the caiiao faTorablj The opposition'1 iress bureau, Js quotedrlp lay as deolarlng that the at the 'rbbt-would bo annulled. J- Attitude of Army ATHENS, Lar8-runv ors that it is possible the Greek- armj which.is supposed to he lojaj to fpi mer Premier Venizclos. mAy: create Iho republic of Smyrna in Asia'-Mlu'ui The present regency of Admiral Couhdourlotls has been recognized ii! Ihe opposition It is probable the col) inet selected bv tho leaders if tin dominant parly in Greece will hqlj of- fice temporarily until i plebiscite- i1 held at which the people wlllvoterup on the return of-'formev Kliig.; stnnliuc. ..H is'believed the ojiJiqalhJoV will make-efforts to vftws of the outside world relative tc tho results of election There was a panic on (he bouvsr, when it became certain that Izelos government had been defeated the dollar doubling iri Value. The citv. is quiet uiiu i'uu imri nn c u uou cupicd by troops. Constantlne Back U our righlful fofmer 1'rerelei Goinmris, leader of Ihe successful liarly in the Greek cleclioni tohl correspondent todaj and wo ctpcot lilm back as soon as a plebiscite is held showing Ibat tlio people wi it liim." expect lo issumo [he govern1 mcni In a day or conliliued M. Oounarlx, "when Hie results 6f the elections become omciil Then we ;shall (iiilckly call the chamber and hnvo a plebiscite. "It was tho liilention of Constantlne to .return afler the :J have no message ad far from him thdt lie is coming earlier. "If the plebiscite shows the, want Constantino 1 do riot sea''why France and Ureat Drllain should ItiteY ft SAYS tf POLICY SUICIDAL Nov. adoption of Iho single tax po- llcy by the 'city of Toronto 'r would be suicidal, says J. C. >t Formaii, asslslorit commission- er, in an elatorilo printed re- port'to tho board of control. The-report is'on the proposals before counsel for exemption In fy 'parl'o'r wholly of buildings ami improvements, Income and business asseasmctits. reduction'In wages nest year. The huUdlng Ira'rles union hope to secure liie moral support of all the ocal Inbor in tlielr com- ng fight agnlnst'wa'go'redactions. fere. We won the'.elections'bedaui the people regarded the as usurpers by force. We wish to avoid civil war ami any en riy