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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDmON VOLUME xm. mm PASES LETHBRIDGE, NOVEMBER NUMBER 289 Great Britain Won't Give Greece Credit; New ueen To Be Swtrtu in mi Regent, and Parlia Summoned to at Powibility of Serbs Seizing Political Athenl Said To Be Quiet T ATHENS, Nov. I will be convened next Thursday tnd Queen Mother Olga Kill take the oath of regent. Crest Britain has notified Prem- ier Rhaliis that it will refuse credit guarantee for a new istue of bonds amounting to drachmas It is expected that General Nelder.Vfill.be the new comman- der of 'the army. .If the Balkan'balance Is upset, It. la-anllclpated here that -the Serbs' will grab Salcmikl. .Rightful Regent ATHENS: Nor.' of the. nfew Greek ministry motored to Taloi Palace last night and were re ceived by_Queen Mother Olga The) InTormed her that sbe was b) Tight regent of Greece pending the arrival of former .King: she agreed views Several raembers of the Venlzelos cabinet Greece last night and others are. preparing to depart. Resigned as Regent 9 message to the Hellenic people, was Issued by the new announcing she had usumed office In conformity with the "on account ot :he absence' ot my well-beloved Bon, Constantine." The people were called upon to maintain'order and to''do nothing cal culated to compromise national peace and pnMtwtty "d lie mother expressed the hibpe that the people and army, wherever soldiers maylbe fighting for the national rights Greece wlll'do their duty by the coun- try. General, political .amnesty has been proclaimed la and.aT political prisoners have been releas edi The said to be :falrly quiet only a few unimportant brawls Im ne occurred. LONDON, 19- [ral resigned as Greek regent last Deaf Hear, The Mute Talk, And Maimed Walk MONTREAL, Nor. ears unstopped, mute tongues 1005- fined, palaled and restored 10 the normal fanctlpns so that cripples and palsied jpeople off a platform without aid and a .deaf mule spoke and gave evidence of ability were witnessed last night la old dreTps church crowded congregation when Mrs.' Aiaieo Semple, the evangelist of Ontario, exercised her healing ministry! Ono girl stated to hare been a for years from hip disease, laid aside, her.crutciies and walk- ed up and down with her the air. NCFiDROP MMRIFF Me mber of Inq iii rj" Makes Statement in TO MAKE N. Y. CITY A REAL SAHARA NEW Nov. concen trated drive Is planned b> federal state and municipal authorities in an effort; to'ffiake7New York City dry njght aud nas si-'cecded uj Queenhiithm 30 dajs, it was learned here Mother 01 ga savs an Athens dfepatch toda> The tentative plans aim to to trie-London, Times.. Immediately, a Money Stolen From Car Found In Chicken House to Robberj AfCouncil Bluffs, Iowa r Seven Arrests r BLUFFS, "NOT ]S Seven more arrests, one confession Ihe of a large of nioriey, all in' ten-dollar bills :and the discovery of "an automobile' I ast.nighl resulteil'today In clearing up" the mys ter) surrounding the mail car in the local yarns Satur night Two of the men. H. A.' Heed and T A. Daly, are- white" and 'tho others are recovered from chicken house'jat the Dal> home, tollbwing1 the' confession of end illipltibuying, selling.and drlnk- ng or carrying of .any .beverage strohi- :r thaa one-half of one per cent policeman in the five t is stated, will become a prohibition enforcement agent Hogg and Provisions Followed in the Low Level Pro- fession CHICAGO, Ncv prices smashedheavilydpw nwar.4 al along the hogs anOi'provIs i ons following quickly.-'Corn Jed the way, notwithstanding that al relay lower than at any 'time since 101 LEAGUE (ieo. N. Barnes Presents Views of British Labor to the Geneva Conference ONLY IS STANDS G D GENEVA, the openinf ST THOMAB, Kov I'on Robertson miotnter of labor, sp here last nikbi-is tie Interests of the Koernment 'candidate in tie East El gin bye-eWcttot, detenned the Melgbeu government predecesior In of nee ajamst-TOUrges ot being the too of He gave severa instSnces'Trlfe're be said the-big-ln terests na'd'ijeen 'foiled. He Includes the tax, which had al read} netted )10 OuO 000, Impoiitlon o luxury and income lax, taking over o irbtch he declared had the Inincial In teresls' i thai afte: studyme the'flscal pollcV ilurlner hi trip as a member of the Tariff Commis- sion that. the. lover ing of the tariff and the removal o the, British jreierence would mean th closing of it not all ot two hui dred branch factories of bnltcil couce.us Xfansda as veil a senoush intejtenng with pure lj fcanadian ind that thi I wojilil vrork to the dircc disadvantage the farming Interest which in OhtisSo present Urn depended on Durban centres for th consumption' of 85 cent ot th ecd who rooms at Daly's home, T he v- total, amount :pE ,moncy rccor-retljVias not, announced ibi officials hK morning Ten persons In all arc ndcr arrest and will'be given a hear ig before U. S, Commissioner Bycrs, umorrow Tlic aulomobile Tjellercd lo havo eon used for; carting atvay_ the: mail ags was Tound last night tn a rented arage a few" blocks from the scene f lhe'-robbery._ Hoed and Daly, believed by. o.ffictals o be- leaders of "tho gang, arc each 5 years ojil. Reed was "arreBted last night fol-owing his. in the caso by 'red PofCenherger, a youth arrested sveral days ago. llefid ivas put Imwgh, a sevcro grilllfiB miu ill englh led to arrest tltis morning o I Daly, Fetleral' -officials announced this norning that the case had now Veen iompleled.to all intents arid purposes. hags of .currency, goM and >onds. -whoRC value has been given luthorUlveiy aV. hlgli as ir'e'ri: taken from a Chicago, Burling-on and Quincy raaU train last Saturday. .They bound from San Vrancfsco in- a isealed car to in in Greatly enlarged pressure, of offer- ings from the. new crop of corn op jeired to bo a leadid? factor in em ihasizlng bearish sentiment caused by unseltleil financial and economic con ditions Downward swings followed rapidly In tho wheat market until December delivery touched 171, ;a sheer descent p of nearly '10 -cents from yes- tcrtlEiy's finish. e Corn suffered maximum loss of -about 4 .cents. -Export -'buying of e bushels. ot ..wheat :took place t on the break, and helped to rally 0 prices-.a Iillle''al the -wheat cfosl.ng nervous at 172 to 172 1-4. A f. ff ff 4. tf.t, ff fy ff ff ff ff tf ff ff WON DERBY CUP LONDON, (Canail- Ian- Assoclaicd; The1 ft Derby cup was. won today by ff Kerasos, 33 16-1; .Celestyl, 33 to 1, was second arid Uolbeach, 20 to third.: Serdnteen horses fan, ff :.l- morning when J Smitli-'was called to the- stand, he iwOro-thai the evidence given by-Mrs; Erw'iri on the -previous...day; was, not correct, in that Minor was not at the places'she This was substantiated by another.witness and1 a third witness was knffiprn.who would i corroborate this story. rrThis brought.. ihe tflal'to a close. Mctdnley Camer- an eloquent uefence to-the cotirli speaking for lorty' minutes. K. B. Bennolt, K.C., pleaded -for the Growri" for-over an hoirv In-which he wove the story cf the killing .of the animal, the delivery of the meat, and he, final summing _up 'whole question. Judge McNelll sentenced .he prisoner to IS-month3 In irlage jail, and fine. It tho.fine 3! not paid wilhin th'o eighteen months, then another six months im- irisoi.imeiit Vill be added to tho sen- tence. Bennett, at the .close of Iho Minor, case left bound Iralii 'for business in-the western lowr.s. .Witnesses from the north took the afternoon train to their honiea on the railway In the north..country. Patrick Puts Up to Say He Proves Charges WINNIPEG, Nov. tegratlon of tht Dominion labor party and partial-disorganization cf' labbr'a-clvlc election cry Is the condition Into -.which Winnipeg labor forces'have been i hurled as a result of factional stubbornness manifested at a special meeting; of the party'.field'[ In the Labor Temple last night! F. J. Dlxon, president, J. ,A. Farmer, vice-president, and JohanneonV 'second vice-president of the effected 7a dramatic climax to overcharg- ed factional atrriitphere by: ten dering their resignations Mr, Farmer, the party's choice for the mayoralty candidature, Thomas Flye and Mrs. Kirk, selected on the aldermanlc slate In Ward'2, have also withdrawn their nomin- ations and wifl not enter the civic Dominion labor party can- dldates. s V The bitter hostility on '.the. part f the One Big limon element in arlv directed against W II Hoop, and I dale in Ward 2, selected at the nomination convention f of the 'Chief f actor Contributing to' the ireakup of tho organisation Coa- InuedHhwitsTof withdrawal from the Dominion labor Far- mer, JFlye and Mrs Kirk, if Hoop's ejwenybefore.the felectmule; Were reiterated, declaration, jyas consummated as aZ "the solid ;tand taken by internatkmal members ireseHl in snpjort of his Several members of Ward committee resolved themselves 'into :auciib following the chaotic concluB- on of fho meeting. This bodyjdecld eii to call a meeting for this evening to organize a Campaign committee sun, port Sir Farmers-is an independent mayor.iltj candidate and further to seek the election of the other candid- ales that withdrew last night BANGOR, Maine, Nov. teen woodsmen in Chesuncook Lake, in the heart of -the lumbering district late yester- day when-' a -motor boat took fire. The' men; were being taken across the lake'from Chesunc'ook dam to Cuxabesis. Ef- fort's to quench thefflre falling, the party became panic-stricken and many leaped overboard, ac- cording to word brought here to- day. GREAT BRITAIN AND.SPAIN -'-'TO SENDTROOPS'TO VILNA UOOIiX, Holland. Nov. Former ICmpress Victoria of Oorinany who_ yesterday suffered anoibcr se- vere' heart otlack, appeared late Irist night to bo Iff a moro Merlons .'con- dillon than( officials at Doprn Castlfl would admit. All lier Bonj and daughLerft wcro notified of her illness and are expected hero today, t'rtp'co Henry o( Prussia, brother, ot tho Cornier emperor, may also arrive to- day. Clreatest depression prcyallg dl Cnstic. Ur, Hcymans Taiidenburgli, a licart specinllst, tho empross yes- Ami found her condition' dan- she mny-linger-for many-weeks. .'GENEVA, Nov. Brl- tain and Spain will send military contingents to ViFna-lo maintain order durlnfl the "popular consult- alien of the Tills an- 'noflrtcemcnt .'last, even- Ing by the assembly! by the Lea- gue'of Nations. .It was added that French and Belgian govern- ments alreatly had agreed to send contingents. TELL D'ANNUNZIO TO CEASE'AGITATING ROME, Nov. municipal .council of Flume has advised Qabrlele D'AnnunzIo ,-.to give up agalnit the Rapallo treaty, according to the Epoca, Patrick, president of the Pacific Hockey Association today ex- ploded -'another bomb" iii the Al- berta Big Four camp. "Its up to' Patrick to'make the next declared' Calgary interests when the: of Alberta and the Alberta'governors of the A. A. U. of refused to in- vestigate Patrick's charges of pro- fessionalism filed against the amateur league' of the prairie province. the coast mag- nate made'his.move.. Enclosed In a'letter "addressed to the dalgary ;Herald is a cheque for th'e coast man instructs the publishers to turn over to 'any charitable Institution in Alberta If to substan- tiate 'that at least ten players received money for their services in the'Alberta amateur league last season. The only stip- ulations Patrick'makes are that the Investigation, must be con- ductfd alond the Mnes of a judicial evidence taken .under oath and that: tho Investigation must start before, December 6. v.-lthin the. province of Alberta is made to him. He resents, .butsldo meddling and slates the affairs o[ the provinc nre'iii excellent hands, haniely hi own. "The statement in the Calgary, pres tliat the board of governors ot the Al berla amateur have gone o: record .that .Ilifj arc agreeable an are willing to 'coiidVict "an' fiivestlga lion under oatli is misleading and con trary to tbe'facls. >.fhej''IJH'.VO madej no such statement, to.mo s'ud'have no power to conduct any, Investigation under oath without: tiie authority ot tiio I My letter to the Caigary-lIeraM is to show my good faith by backing up my charges to the jjite'iit ot thous- and dollars, Bhould'jl.be wrens some Alberta benefit.'. It .-I nm right thon a bad situation will havo been, cleared y. Communicate Patrick Pledge Themselves to Another Referendum on the Liquot Radical Platform CALGARY, Nov. editor of tho Calgaiy Heratd lia's Cohiii'iuiilcaled with Mr. Patrick with a view, to the urranging for the. onimiifting of'evl- denco in proper is being1 assured ot" the -Iiceii tlesiro of everybody to help cldar-maltorn up .WINNIPEG, Aov 19 Pledging themselves to a provincial referendum On tho liquor to: the abolition of direct taxation, the, abolition of boar.ds.and commissions In the government, lo the creation of i labor portfolio in the provincial cabinet and to i rigid policy of provincial the new ly-formed Indoiienilent farmers party in tho provincial honse yesterday drtfiv platform, 24 planks many them designed tor tho pansion and protection of agriculture In tho province Tho platfo'in iras made public toda> Jti the preamble It Is stated that Ino party lias Iri visvi the onltro ollnliila tlbri of party patronage, party friend r eel cd'a eCterfrou the to lend every pVivl 'in Possible assistance to this eliil. h.TO he.r.lofOTe been'tuT- aUorney-seilei'al of :Alberla, In 'which ___________________ he states that lie does not propose to; lake andiaction-6.n Ihe charges that 11 BOMB EXPLODEO IN made concerning the operations A WATER CONDUIT of the-Uls: Four hockey league, "I. doubt if he realizes that this In a matter of "serious public Import; He makes the astounding deduction that 1 am'lutcrested'ffom'sellish motives egua "which havo heretofore been .th'e" ciirso of past governments The plaltorm Includes the following clauses Eslabllslimoiit of tor storage iVKmujlSUluiJlLl VI -iij( i-wi- MADRID. A bomb which abattoirs nnd colil sloragt linil been placed IK'n wntcr plants, Increased taxation On pro In n street here eXpldilod Ittst eve- ductivo lands, return of natiird MEN 00 BACK TO WORK'AT BIQ AUTO PLANT TOLEDO, O., Nov. >f thousand men -have been put ff. .back at work in the parts ile- ff parlment of (he U'lllys-Ovcv ff land Automobile, company, nc- et ff cording lo announcement mnilo ff here today.by.-Vice-President. ff '-Kllpalrick la cbarge of. ff The- announcement also Hallway, a ous g6od roads policy and a portfolio for proper supervision the application of automobile llcen.86. tains toward roads expenditure, pro- vision of adenuato educational Htica lo givo ovry child ao Clemen tary education and a thorough know! edge of. tho English language, promo lion o( th'o status of the teachw i pension system for teachers and tha building at a suitable (imo of A hew university -building equaVly o( tbft- sexes in regard to pvj: eqtnllty la ill ybrce, civil status inil lawfejaj polnlment of a woman p'flsecn- tor, nmendment of the Jury 4tl Co permit women 16 sit on iurient an4 tb.8 appolntihcnt of women nrngtetfiMs nnd Juvenile- officers, anil herencc to Ihe prluelpleft ot dlreoj lalatlqu, referendum And ;