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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION VOLUME FOURTEEN FIRST SECTION LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA- 21, 1020 FIBST SECTION NUMBER 293 RUMORS IN LONDON OF SINN FEIN Pltf AIMED AT ENGLAND Claim Plan is to Destroy Valuable Properties Like Man- chester Ship Canal and Liverpool Would Cdndettin Irish Executive for Its Pol- House of Lords May Wreck Home Rule Bill LONDON, Nov 24 that it was probable Sinn Fein agents would attack prominent persons and pioperty in London and'other large cities of England have been curient during the last days but nothing sub stential has been found to lend color to them The Gra- phic claimed today that "a high authority" had said the British secret service had discovered a Sinn Fein plot aimed at the citizens of London. The newspaper adds the seciet service i ecently discovered a Sinn Fein plot to des- ti oy pi operty elsewhere, mentioning the Manchestei ship canaPartd the Liverpool docks "the chosen scenes of Sinn' Fern outrages Elaboiate precautions, it is said, have been taken at both places The Sinn Fern official publication, "Iiish pynts what purports to be a circulat from the Royal Insh constabulaiy headquarters to police mspectois, warning the lattei of the Sinn Fern's intention to employ lush wo- men in committing outrages, and instructing them to lemembei this when conducting investigations TOO HANDY 1 REMOVAL OF PRIEST CREATES-EXCITEMENT CARRICK ON SHANNON, Ire land Nov removal of a well-known'local prlert.to an un- known destination by military of- created, great here today. KIDNAP THREE OFFICERS; WARNING IS GIVEN CORK, Nov kidnap ping of three army officers at Water Falls county Cork, last night has been" followed by the posl'ns tip of the following notice- in Cork thll morning _ If Captain Green, Capt Cham bers and Lieut Watts ale not. re leased, unharmed yvithln 48 hours, the Irish Re publican army will be suitably dealt with Ignore this at your peril Vengeance may be slow but it will1 RoUnd up Republicans DUBLIN 23 vigorous ac tlvities of Che authorities leave little doubt that determined and concerted PRATT, KasV Nov. B. Fritble, manager of the Pratt Flour Mills yesterday. that the price of wheat will soon gravitate to 00 a bushel Flour mill managers might as 'face the he said, because the decline1 Is.inevitable. ,VVheat touched a hew low level In -'Southwestern Kansas yester- day. In the Pratt market It was quoted at 30 six miles from here'had at luka was quoted as low as Za cents and from 30 to 35 cents In Pratt. NODISARMAMENT UNTIL TERMS OF PEACE FULFILLED Fttzpatrick In. the St'. Louis Post-Diapatch. ENTHUSIASM FOR GREEK RRINCES ATHENS, Nov. Andreas and Christopher, :bro- thers of ex-King Couslantlne of Greece, 'Alheus at 5 lock I hi s -mdrri I n g. The princes were, escorted oy largo and enthusiastic crowds the hc lapse lime (anen in consideration of. It Tne opening speech of Lord Birk re- flect this anxiety. _ Demand Repricalt Cease LONDON Nov eagerly awaited debate 'n the house of com mons on tha Irish question was inter MONTREAL 24 passenger ruptcd this afternoon when former i service by air between Montreal, Tor Premier Astiinth leader of the oppooi onto Now Vork te jnaugurat lion moved Ills resolution expressing eij eariy ncxj summer says J W Nor abhorrence at the recent Dublin as I oross prC5Hjent of the Canada Steam SWEET GRASS RANCHER SHOT IN A MIDNIGHT CONFLICT Being Puisued to Obtain Liquor Taken in Holdup of Boo.t- leggei, Hemy Jacobson Challenges Men, on Road West of 'Montana Town, and in the Row that Ensued, He-Was Shot and Dmd Almost Heldand'an Unkncrwn Hand is Held'Responsible for Regular: is to Be Established Early Next Summer sassinatloris, condemnation1 of repri- sals and urging the taking of immedi 1 ate steps to bring about 1 tion v I The motion was'a composite resolu- tion, combining the indepnd.ent Liberal 1 efforts are being made, lo round up and labor motlors and sponsored py Republican suspected ot feeing I Mr Asquith Donald Maclean and Ar aclne in oulragcs The military forces cordon about Dub lin and gradually working in lowards as was done during the -Easter- rebellion1 of'1S1G. H is be- lieved that a number of Republican leaders In the proilnces finding the pursuit hot have, taken refuge in Dublin f Bomb Kills'. Two CORK. Nov. persons, in- jured by the n bomb In Patrick list evening died later .in n hospltal'aiid two others are re- poriicd' to bo in a critical'condition. Sixteen' persons were Injured by'the bomb. "Full1 Military rjVnors LONWON, Nov. military honors willhe paid on Friday to of- ficers, who. were, stain In Dublin.Sun day it.' was- announced. nighl. -The. funeral will bo public and the bodlfts will through the sircetsioir gun carriages. .Freeman's Journal; X'ov. raided the offices of the Freeman's Jonrnal Asquith amplifying the subjects set forth In .'the resolution condemned what he termed-'the government's policy of reprisals; which he said, had driven moileralo'-Nationalist opinion iu Ireland "Inlo'an attitude, if riot "In synipalh} with a( supine in The fdrrner-premier-declared there wns only ono that the first step Jay with, tho govern- ment; Thlsrh'e sald.'-w'an to discon- tinue the reprisals. He believed, he an-overwhelming majority of the Irish people 'find-, of the.crown' forces had no svmpathy with-re- ship Lines, Limited, who had returned a trip ot raobth'S to England and tho continent, in England, Mr. Xorcrosa con traded for two Vickers-Vimy .sea- planes liaTO a capacity for carrying passengers each iu adcll tion to two pilots. The planes. arc to bs capable of doveloping a, maximum speed ol 127 miles an liour and arc of the type that is operated practical ly without- noise. Delivery of the two machines is expected by next spring The New York, vr or onto, Montrea Borvicc will follow the water courses hetween tho three centres; ing' a maximum of safety to the -pass engers of the aircraft. service be tho ivij 01 in exper ment tie said 'out I am convinced that aerial .trans portation is the one of the f nndl is possessed of unbounded possibili- ties iu. a" commercial way, Canada Steamship Lines is the largest inland transpbrtatiou system in t.ho. and there is no reason why Ihe corn-, pany- should not become the premier, aerial one as' therDeed. j Startling delails of an encounter be ween two pSAies at the midnight hour ot Monday, six miies west of Sweetgrass, withttflu shooting and tailing of Henry a well known raaclier miles west of SwekgrfcsS reached tha citj last night The shooting was the re suit of a hold up on the morningi of donda} in which the deceased Jacob son figured when near Kevin Mpn one wbo was driving a car with a cargo of liquor and forthwith proceeded to. hold Loini up, capturing and getting away Tvilh the liquor. It appears that a car containing luv migration Officer Walker, Harry Wal- who was driving'the car, Mike nigan and a man called Casey of Havre. Montana, started out to search Jacobson s place for the stolen booze bvidertif got wind ofi the joUrnpy anil tho the -.parly, .foe, he started out car contain' ing, besides himself, a' man named Haxtpn, of ail .employe of TjygarV a horse-dealer, of Edmonton, Jim-Purcell, of Sweetgrasa, and Connie Sliearn. The cars with" Ih'p two'parllca met" some six mllea west of Sweet- grass; Al the sight of.-lhe car with Walker and his it Is related, drew his car across the road wa> and proceeded on foot gun in land, to meet the approaching car. lie called on the' occup'anta't'a" hall 'and to ;et..ont. This they- forthwith did. Canadian Wheat disorders. It was declared at1 the; newspaper oflico thai none of these men To Condemn'Outrages LONDON, Nov. II. Asnulth; former premier nnd leader of .Ihe op- poslllon in Ihe commons, was prepar- ed loday to .move a resolution con- demning against crown forces .'ind'cirilians in The resolutions "ho hart .written cxprcsscrt abhbrrcnc'e of .the brulal assassination of .oflicers in Dnblln lact Sunday, .de- plored and condemned .tho action of (he-Irish executive department "In .at; lempllng 'to suppress, crime by nielli- ods of terrorism in reprisals invplyinE this livesfnhirproperly .hnrocenl per- sons" and declareit the urgency of (at- ing Imm.eciialo bring about Ihe paciiicalioh which is demanded in Ihe Irejand "and Ihe empire. 'The govcrnmdnt has Indicated there Is on Iho sub- Jecl, hilt fear-was'expressed -today that further oxcitcd scenes might dO: vclop during tho (Uscuislon. The ile- hale on Irish affairs, was fixed for yesterday, but It was postponed be- cause of.the disorder on Monday diir- Ing -the sp6ech of Joseph Devlin. It was believed the temper of the house, afler JSumlay'a 'occurrences at Dublin, was not suited to.calm presentation of the fads, j: -f Viacount Grey was expected to como .forth from his semi-retirement and speak in tho-house of lords loday on the Irish homo rule bill. it hna boon reportert thai Viscount Orey.and'Mr. Asquith .have'reached an. understand- ing aaT: (6; policy relative lo Iceland ud'la'futnro will work It during its existence, raado eroSls of ''which; pftpcrly- betongs to the :a. conference ot several hundred .farmcrB of Kaslern Washington, Eastern Oregon, and Nor- thern adopted resolu- tions urging tho Iho treas- ury lo use that fiind through tho fed- eral reserve board or other agencies to extend farmers by providing a revolving fnrid. One. of tho resolutions .urged legislation elim- Inallng option trading In food pro- ducts and, another iicclarert for a tariff on Canadian wheat. Believes it is Great Goal Toward Which U. S. and I5rilaln Should Strive lereupon, shouting to WSlker that he was. the man he .wanted, Jacobson Toronto Man liives With De tective and Will Pick: Up Bonds at Chicago ITALIAN WANTS ACTION TAKEN :WANT A MEDIATOR proceeded lo beat him up, laylug him. out on llie roadwa> The rest partj pulled 'Jacobson pB. his .'man when ue turneil and Swigan -AUI was_ heard and seen of a guh-wllli .locobso'ii Btaggeriiig and falling: Running up'lo him the others discovered dead with the gun bv his side. Killed by.U.nkrtown Hand At the inquest, held at the Thomp- son hotel, 'Sweelgfass, on Tuesday, ivilh .the summoned from Shelby'.nnd Ihe cjty clerk' and city attorney, a verdtcl was returned' of 'killed by an unknown hand." _ It wag brought, out at tho Inquest that it. was a bullet from immigration Oihce'r.Walker's gun that had deliver- ed'the fatal' hut the evidence went 'on lo show that "Walker could not'Iiave fired the'shot, as he was ly- ing helpless, on -the ground as tho result of the mauling he had-received from .Tacobsori, and, just at the time the shot, was'heard, was bein'g picked up by Piircell. H also transpired that Swigan hail an, interest in the booze thai had been slolen Mecrs, and that he was drunk'at the lime of the encounter. H.e'-was'also drunk on the witness stand at the inquest, and de- nied having -uijthing-to do with the 'None of the men have been placed under arrest b'ut all aro-under police observation: .fapobson was well kndwn In the cily ami suiilliern-Albcrla. Ho left a-, wife and three1 children.' i BREAD SHORTAGE AT: MADRID MADRID, Nov. City and its hcod is again in the grasp ofan acute bread shorlagc. In tho poor districts holt a. mile long formed jfrpin the earliest hours this itibrning. To Be Dry PORTLAND, Ofe.7r Nov. custody.-'of .-.Austin P. of. detectives of .Toron- to, Canada, left today for Toronto. Mitchell said -they; would stop in Chicago between trains "Tnd :plck up JIOO.OOO In Canadian Victory" Bonds, properly of the missing Ambrose J. millloniire'.ith'eatrieal. rain of -Toronto; which Mitchell. satd< Doughty bad -j Mitchell and 'spent1'the night liey. werej.registered'. under: assumed lames.v They, were" seen together on the street last nlghtrtaking; in: the sight's in a .sociable whq.'.was by .-Q-conStanle jal Oregon Cily, MoDilayJnight, agreed to extradition proceedings. "The Ias{ ti-ne -J'sawrSmall- was ;lie night of.December 2, last said Doughty in "reply, to questions concerning- the ..disappearance ol whom Doughty- priv ate Bocrclary1. Doughty declared; according to, MM chell, that he had taken Small, to'-a theatre at Toronto the night Small dis- appeared, and-, that 'he lost .track of blm (here and had not seen liim since. Mitchell, who had kept-Doughty in tho privacy of a hotel room during Ihe nighl, where ne-'hiul opportunity .to talk over the case with him fully, said to !nig as ,this story_- seems to 5 don't ininil telling you that you haven't yet touched the fringe or'lt. "1'd'like tu help yon, for Pkiiow" the news- papers of Ilils counlry and Canada have 'Event IhciUEaiida' of 'dollars fol- lowing me oil, my trips, hoping that some day the story would break. ''But as yet Ihe principal facts are known oniy to he- added with llio sllghlesl gesture toward Doughty, "tliosa to do wilii Bound to Get Him TOHON'fp, Nov. it.is nec- essary we will Small cslr.to to briTig Dou'glily 'back to Tor- was the emphatic statement ol Frank J. Hughes, counsel for ilrs. A, J. Small anc. Trust com pany, company in charge.of the Small estate. "We took tho we could not afford lo Ihroiv cliic. Ore gon was fur nwny but we" decided It .was worlh the .of trying any way ,and. now wo', are "glad wo said Wr. jjughcs today. Smal of paid the expenses of all these Mrs. Small Not Surprised NEW YORK. NoV.' I .GENEVA, Nov. Action inf conformity with the resolution; for Armenian Intervention recently- patsed by the League of Nations was taken today by the council leagje." The council decided to aik general. secretary of the league to perbare and submit a telegram'; to be sent to the powers in _ pursu- ance of :the resolution of aembly that a government willing... to undertake mediation between Muitapha Kemil Pastia, the Turk-' lib Nationalist jeader, and the l! Armenians be' sought. It transpir'ed today that ths council on Sunday invited Swed-. en, Norway Denmak to Join. -in the expedition, cendthg 100 men..-. each.r The efforts of the cduh'cil-'it committees their atlons under cover Is provoking :7 cbn'siderable'comment and arnuse- ment. There is even talk the, more Independent .of agalnct-what they consider an" of- fort .on the part of 'the couflcit secretary 'to over-ride the assent: ___ GENEVA, Nov. internaticnal Btafr, proposed, oy'tepn Bourgeois, of France, at the Versailles conference and rejec teu'T there, c-.were." reviewed In. a prolonged discussion M. Bpurgeo.I the 'carrying treaty must the reduction of armameuts, ---r'-r, armament ''He. declarea iiiat'in'.brrter 'to thit: ef- conference, jras. he bfliieved that, four; things muat', be. done' before nations ca'n' disarmament. Pirst would lion of treaties, neii the oreanfzatlou of a cpmple'te and obligatory; iriyeatlV gatlon of nil armaments, then a'pres- entallon of report -by. the commUsion and finally-an exchange of all informallon-relative to armamenU'.-j tween nations. i( f-Vj-r II. A. Fisher, at present head. Qt e British delegation BeemB to figre'E th the viewpoint of M. Bourgeois.' i. etails of this discussion .made st night indicated that tho sentiment J In the commillee 6n( dig-, mament. Ibat It is impossible, to; ure at present a general scrapping war material. On the other h'anii, gnor an Italian member, ointed out tho danger to' tho'.leagiie the disappointment of tho 11 othing should be done. Today's program comprised coui- lltee meetings and a meeting of .tha ouncil of the league at which xnectcd action would be-takeri on assembly's request for negotia. uns with Muatapha Kemal, leader ol he Turkish Nationalists, through one f the powers. Notwithstanding tho decision nt ommiltce No. 1 ou general organiza- qu yesterday which ruled iliero hould be no amendments to llio covii- ant-of tho league at this le assembly, somo proposed amend- icnls will be brought up again by the iwlss delegation. VAUGHNj CHICAGO PITCHER STARRED .BY DAD-IN-LAW KEXOSI1A, Nov. 24.-r-Jlm pitcher for. tho 'Chicago Na- tional League club, was stabbed by his father-in-law night during nn argument at tho Vaughn home. He Is In a serious condition al the City Hos- pital, DISARM LAST REMNANT OF' PETLUrTA'S TROOPS LONDON, Nov.' last remnants of the troops of General Petlura, the vllkrainlan leader, have crossed (he-Ukrainian fron- tier Intd Poland-and have been .disarmed by. Polish Ins to statement from the Ruailan soviet war offfte, received wireless today, HALIFAX, Nov. nil address before Canadian Club. John A Kinwnrl, the Stilgrave Tn sllUilEon Boftrrt of "Qpvdrnors, New York Clly, made a olrong nnri moving appeal for the snort relations and ablclj ing friendship and bclwCen' llie L'ngllsh.speaking peoples, especially urging (hat the maintenance of Anfjlo- Arnerlcan friendship and good will wns osscnlial to the peace of fha world. In tno course, of his ndrtress, ilr..Stewart, rend a hitherto nn-piib- llslied to him by Sena- tor llaniing. president-clod- of llio United Stales. The leller was .'written [luring the progress of. the presidential campaign anil whs quotert by Mr. Stewart 10 show that Senator Harding la not only sympathetic closer underBlandlng between the Eng- lish-speaking peoples of the world, but bcllvcs that It Is a great goal to- ward which the people of both Ihe such prices'.ns per pair for leather boots; 10 cents per'siiirt. flannel fati- jgus '35 csnts per garment, Taschereau, premier of'Quebec 90 ccnta per pair, Serious Chargfc Made at Conven- of Homes for Aged, and Infirm Nov. that tho at Otlawa bad SmaYlTwhe Bold war siipplIeB to'limk rtej ers at ,B al p'rcsont visiting her sister-in-law MONTREAL, Nov; Uniled Statos should strive. ami Orc.it DriUlu MRS. GR1SDAI.E DEAD OTTAWA, Nov. J. H. aria- dale, wife of (he "federal deputy'tnin istcr of tgrlctiUiiTCv died hero sudden ly lasl nlglii, 47 Mrs. C. at College :I'olnl Island, was reported by tele phonojast night and 'expressed no sur priso nt the arrest iiu Oregon- Cily o v.'oolcn'.tro.uscra; per maltreas. ig .of appreciation and app: WHS also to 'the statement thai whalevor, tho new llii- I'Or "conlrol was, It would havo to bo ACCIDENTAL DEATH' IS JURY'S VERDICT assert.cil thai 'the 'homes for thfe agod ami Infirm "starved for clothes -And equipment." A.atatemenl vwas made that of the professional classes w-.io were Inmates of those' home's, school Icacliers pre- dominated aiyl' phyelcfans came nexL It was' staled that In one home for the1 nged. and, Infirm in Western Ontario was a'conlrflclbr wlio liad creeled tho (Sixfetal lo Tho Hcralil) HELl.EVUE, Nov. finding j building, of Iho jury into the death ot tho man killed1 at Ihe Maple Ifsaf mine on] Thursday last was rendered on ARRANGEMENT WITH AMERICAN SHIPS Small said. Mrs, Small, who.is apparently In 3 highly nervous condition, (fid not car to discuss Ihe case at any length. day. and from Hie evidence submitted i iuJ4, the brought In ferdlcfof accl-j LONDOSf, N'oy. Lloyd j The It is chareed, nccepte MONTREAL POLICE TOOK BRIBES; ARE NOW, OUT OF JOB MONTHKAU.Nov.. trolmen and one ;'officer hatfe bee dlsmlflscil'r dental -YALE MAJORITY 430 I Geurgc, speaking In the house of com.'money two c'ilizcTis who .-ha mons' late yeslerday afternoon said been arrested for spnedlng; tha tw that so far as he'was aware no agree-jpatrdlmorirotfeVed lo settle a ca? ment or. arrangement had been marie i ngalnst'a'-'resiaurant keeper for fina N'.'n. C.; Nor.: six1 with tlie1 United Stales Shipping Board iclnl con side ration'nnCthe third ppllc pollsjct to report thisevening's, early by'which United States ships would man loitered off .h'js- at an .car flgiiros glvo 430 In tho bo pcrmlUcd to tratlo on Drltlsh In the isH bye-elccilon to MacKclvio, to tho'fur iCOiiilcued on page Foor.j Broke Through; Three Drowned J'UINCB ALBERT, NOT. 24-John "agneau, 2-f years of ngc, hlS 'sister, ingcnle Kagneau, 20 years old, ant( Eslher JJcdard were drowned last night in I-ake Lenoire, 120 miles south- east of this a caf .which Agneau was driving on Iho Ice broka hrough Into 24 feet of An- other girl who was In the car escaped, The bodies haye not been recovered. Members of the Prince Albert division of the provincial police have goie to :he scene 61 the drownlngs. ONLY SET SPONGE ON THE SABBATH TORONTO, NOT. war-limo special permits and other concessions with reference to Sunday work iu balteshops Imve been cancelled. Henceforth, no employee shall be per-; mltled lo do any work (n a bakeBhop on Sunday, except act a sponga. no employee shall work hiofe than 12 in any 24 hours, CcAnpitled frofini the time he commences n6 employee shall work in a baKepbop more than 60 hours In one ;