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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBUIDGU, ALBERTA FINAL EDITION DUBLIN BOTTLED UP; CORDON AROUND CITY; SEARCH FOR ASSASSINS Inside City Street Cars, Theatres and as Usual; Dublin Castle Explains Bloodshed at Football Match-rrFive Killed in Dublin on Monday; BELFAST; Nov. deathroinn' Dublin yester- day totalled five-persons. During the morning one of the -sentries at the castle'was attacked by armed men. The sentry fired, killing three of the' attacking party. ,Two other deaths occurred raids which were carried out in the city through tlie day. A SENSATIONAL! INCIDENT U.S. HAS A HUNGER 7 STRIKE TO DEAL WITH HAVANA, -Nov. co Fouibona, held a prisoner by the .United stales military au- thorities in Santa Domlugo, has started a hunger strike, ac- cording to word received here. Kombona Is a newspaper man and has gained considerable fame- us a poet. ha, bee i directing recent operations ot the organization; McKco was au cstert on explosives and McCalune Is said to have offlcer ot the Republican nrmy. CONFIRMEDilN LONDON t a'nd'Uilled by tho court A PUBLIC FUNERAL.....', LONDON' Xov A public tuneral will be. held in London for tha 14 British olilcer's assassinated in Dublin Sunday morning ,it was announced today; A ilcslroverjott for Dahlia today to bring the.bodles to F.ired Upon By Pickets DUIII.IN, Nov. forces, which went to Croke Park on Sunday afternoon In im effort to arrest alleged gunmen we're-Bred'upon: by .pickets, and as.a result o! the resultant lighl- -jng, tub crowd Inside the park stain- jiedcii, said a slatereent Issued at Dub- Casllo last night in reference to the incident at the park. "If' had been arranged, said, the ihe've'ro hiding-lit, the ofllci-r was detailed for statement tint wven grounds hul been an ollcer with u n cgap1 one announce to the Iho intention ot lht> unlitar} to searvti persons In the pirk for arms ppcause it the belief that men as 1 murder of 14 -officers im S n'df An th it Before the amirflach tho field wen, fired upon by plcketo Thus the whole P'an and tho trowd was stampeded There is gooJ reason to beliexe pome of the shot lircd nsldp-the grounds for the purpose of creating a pailc, which wouH nl'ov tho ruenHo escape isj u-aij fo iliem did fhe Gaelic Atnlelto hrs officiallj denied there were anjrpick cts the grounds or that anjbody fiied on the troops Mllltarj authon tics tcday tho clh hall for ind the nlen oi-cupled nil the offices except thObe- a signed to Ino town clerks t li TMS--explained Ihe ork of tho corporation v'ottld not be Interfered tilh but that Itip plac- was vanlol for tho aocommodation ot sold iers. The lord- arranging with officials ;io seek nccommoilalions elsewhere. A possible attack on the Mansion Uoiis'o was feared by .tho lord mayor last night'ami he applied tor police protection, expecting metropolitan.pol- ice would be sent, but .stated 'nonci.oM.hese patrolmen were available and-sent "Black and Tans" which gave rise to-n rumor that the Mansion House'had been raided. The and Exchange hotels .were both .cleared of guests toilay nnd nre occupied.by soldiers. Officers re- sl'dlng in private houses have been vecalled to their barracks. No trains ran into 'Dublin yesterday not even the morning mall from Kingstown nicr arriving, and passen- gers from Engtaml came lnlo..tho city in'caba. Dublin About As Usual In. general, tho life of Dublin Is np parently unaflectedi street cars were running all shops were open and; and amusement houses business. Forces resid- places were ac- companied by armored cars which car- Lewis machlUE charg- ed with attacking a military 'patrol court mar'ialed hirracls yesterJaj and warjn tributes were paid bv attoraevs on each side to the Integritv and fair pliy cd bj Captain Bagallv, one of tho of Absolutely Opposed To The Re turn of Constantino (o the Throne FARMERS TAKE ELGIN GOVT. GETS YAIE Combined Opposition Vote in Ontario Scat Two Thousand Above Conservative i YALE MAJOIUTV WAS I LESS THAN PREDICTED! j_morulng _ Cordon Around City Strong military patrols manned ev cry bridge and road running out ot tho tity of Dublin last night A'l avenues ot egress and ere1 clotea, and even persons holding permits wero not allowed drawn hfoush the outskirts of the1 city Re ,orts reaching iho center of Dublin Taking Keen Intel est in B Hon. Vfm. Sloan r TREATY TERMS MAY BE CANCELLED PARIS, Nov. Britain has already taken steps to inform former King "Constantino', of Greece and George nhallis, the new Greek prem- ier, that she Is absolutely opposed-to the return of. Constantino' to the the Petit Farislen.' She has notified them clearly that if the Greek government does'not take.cog u'liancV-ot her stand, Greece cannot hopo to retain the territorial ages.given her in the treaty between the allies and Turkey, tho ncwspaiie asserts. The Athens corresponden of: the Journal, after giving details o iho campaign in Greece, says that dur ing'demonstrations following- the elec tlon 'many among.them- wo iitfen and children, were killed. Prepared to Give Guarantees .ATHENS. Nov. proof of th sincerity ot Its sentiments toward th entente the Rhalhs cabinet t eplare Its readiness to give all guarantees Which the entente may demand This announcement was made here today. Judgment Soon On Rates Appeal AYLMER, N'ov. the smoke' all cleared away and the hottest tarn-; i'lnten ever waged in East Elgin ovcr.j material change in the results wasi '.reported today. The'majority of S. lie-; Donnand, the United Farmer caudl-j da'te. given as 235 over his nest pouent.'John L, Stausell, the Xalionai Liberal anil Conservative S will be Increased rather thau decrcas- led when further checking up is j showing of thi; Liberal can-1 uldalc, O.-Charllou was'not as1 'arge as predicted.' The vote was hardly as large as was [expected and this was, without attributable to the inclement weather! and extremely bad condition of i of tho Toads. There, was a total of votes cast, according un- official count, nearly 500 less than at the provincial election when.8.402 bal- lots -were registered. The meinber-clecty Mr. McDermand, has a majority ever the highest of his opponents in 10. of the SS sub-d.lv.ls- ions. v The Esrly Report A'LMEH, Nov. S. McDermand. former warden of Elgin coitnly, was MaeKELVIE' M.I', elect In Vale. districts for the proper bringing out at the vote in the Liberal interest, combined with the had (Tondl1 lions are claimed by the leaders'of the Liberal campaign as the reason not merely for the defeat ot G harl ton, but also for the fact Chat he is at (Con'jnued on "page Secretary of Missing Tbrbnto Theatre Man Arrested In Oregon to Taking Bonds that Were Property of Been Working in Lumber Mill and Had Adwiwd to position ofAwwlant Foreman 'ormcr warden of Elgin coitnty, was n oday elected in tho East Kleiitvfed- II A :ral hye-clectlon aa the D.F.Q. candi- U :late. votes as against for the goveriune'iit 'candidate, J. L. Stansell. for the Lib-! oral, W. G. Charlton, out of approsl- j inalelj onl) about 8 000 voted, many remaiiiirig at homo owing to Ihe unpleasant .weather. The campaign 'was easily the hottest ever waged In East-Elgin: Premier Jleighen spoke twice in the riding and a uuniber of government speakers were constantly on the ground. Kqa. W: L. MaisKenzlc King and Hon. T. A. Crerar also during S. Dunham Talks nnd resourceful speaker Fie was, about GO years of age and Ihe Soli 6t tho lato )i. Goodovo an old tjpc ot Englishman who had settled in Ouelph where deceased was born Ihe faihoi was President of Ihe 3t. clety at Giielplt. Mr. Hlglnbotham speaks icrv high ly of tho deceased. Ho was of mablo character nnd a -valued mcnl Goodeve had boon on liendciit fn the Ynle feileral byb-clec- way Commission since nbom IHli NFW'YOHK 2', of'lfoii. I'racll.-allv no change has so far Prior to that he represented nnno offWcl here vcJcrday l.v made in Mr. MatiKelvlo'B major- in the House ,tle was "tenrJ for Mtiinatcrl ai about 400. j first elected In 180S and was re elected fliisi'vc'-liifnrmaiioii leaditig to (iio The yet to hea'i' from will 1311. 'rf persons responsible tor the (materially METAGAMA ARRIVES BIG-REWARD TO FINDXPARTIES WHO BLEW UP WALL ST. tiye-electlou after his meeting hero last night Hon. T. A. Crerar said tho result was a further indication that the people of tho country wcro about through with the pit! partisan regimo in politics, lie predicted that not only in the west hut also In Iho east would there be n complete.' revulsion of feel- Ing toward the old bi-parly school snd maintained that Ihe policies of the country shortly to be advanced to n higher nnd purer plane with u more equitable Cyst'em o'f administra- tion. In Yale Nov. Still f. few small VMHSON, U. C this morning with poll? to report. J, A. M.ncKelylc, Na- lloiuil nnd w.-is itill 'leading Col. -C. K. ICdgclt, illde- UNITY, saak., Nov. Satur- day at Ihe nsal7.es nt John Cunnlnghbni was-found guilty ot n charge of criminal Illie! ultered :'att- alnsl James MacDonald, editor of Ihe Unity Courier. Yesterday Judge Blgelon' passed sentence of one month's Imprisonment, flnb arid nil tho costs ot tho court. Fnllnro to pay the cosls of Ihe coiirl Involve on thrco months' man; When Korlune called to the- -door he loltl the innn he was wanted. "What asked "Cooper." "On a serious charge." then saw "Cooper" antl hav- ing: Tinown Doughty in Toronto, dalhifil: "Jnck, how could yon.do anil Pmighty wilted nnd later made a' confession concerning tho bontls. llltchcll de- clared Doughty refused.to discuss the disappearance, of Small beyond the statement .that ho had last scon him nt the theatre to which ho took him on'the night of Snlall'3 disappearance Flye'Thitisand Reward 'n IJoitghty evidence ngnhibt tno perpetrators. st. t Li ,nust costly, (ind certainly Hie warmest and most siren- LAST OF FOUR MURDERERS nous pollllcal cafnjjfi'ig'ii ever waged in QUKIIEC', N'ov. -23. (Canadian OnUrlo. if not in tho Domlnibn, rca- arrest ot "Uttlo sons for tho defeat m will 'It la prove Iho capture i bearers of both Ihe old-time1 parlies c-f tho lar.t of the four murders ot Tottrr i p.re being pnnght :md found :lp .tho Kostlnien who was slain at Kenogiimt, grdatcr or lesser satisfacilon ot 1918.' Two men have al-1 candidates nnd campaign, organizers, ready'been' hanged and n third Is i Tlie Conservatives claim; the victory awalllng: trial. of the. United Fafnierr.'.'candidate-' Is MOXTRKAU Nov ('ana rtlan Pacific Ocpan llnei from Liverpool due to. docl lore on tho ISth arrived last flight a il. p.m.' The vessel, encountered sucl leayy. storms on hrfr passage ovc that her average speed nas 0 1 2 knot hour or halt her capacity. Passcn; ers today, .FIRE AT SYDNEY, N.S. SYO.S'BY, N. S., Nov. to tfie extent of by a lire which broke out at midnight last.night In the Merchants' .Depart- ment Store o.n..Charlotte street. in an unrest ItUl'lie country rtha ,___ jhas created u great de_slre amfings iho peppln for tjio-ehahgo aud.inado was caused (them willing lo accept- alhvoit any KINO IS SATISFIED'. Nov. Speaking ye (erday lo deputations represcnlld Various Liberal organization-" wt waited oil him to welcomf hlirt horn Hon, W. King letili panacea oftfired IWem In tho'liove thiitlof the opposition, expressed hlmac thereby conditions niaj-be remedied, as fpVy satlancd nlth the results i Uick of the Ms tour through tho ;