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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-fctaId LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 292 Horrible Tragedy on Saskatch; 'ewan Farm For Which No Motive is Found FATHER AND MOTHER KILLED AND SON SHOT pionoirami rWRVFMOS AUERNETHV, Sask., Nov. ror lias spread over Ihc whole fcountry- itlJc at the doublo murder'aml suicide Which occurred al Iho Hanscn farm n. few miles Irom here, on Sunday and all IiitoreaL centrcfi In Hie condl UOQ or tlie 14-yeafcplrt boy who was' down after-mg parents and Icfi dead-by" Sullivan, who suicided Further. details arc now available, merely add'to Uio horror of Ihc at fair. H appears IbaL, after MllinK Mr and Mrs. Harden, tho vlsllor, J. R Sullivan, aliot llic eldest bDy through Iho back of neck. SulHraii then went to the house (ho shaollng having taken iilaco nt'the barn. There were-three otber chil- dren, two E'rls, aged 1C and .35 rc- specl.Tcly, and Hnoiher'ooj; aged 10. Tho murderer 1'ncd tiiem up and threatened I hem Iho gnu with which lid had shpl the Barents and eldest boy, hesitated a minute or more, find finally ordered them off the pltcc, telling them lo report .evc-rjboJy else there IYBJS dead but hltuselF. 'He- fore leaving Iho idace, liowevnr, they ivent "to Ihc ham "iind found their jiioUier and fnlher dcsul ami Ihc Bufferlng terribly from a bullet wound in his.neck. They look uim wltli them to their nearCEl neighbor, n mile away, aiid-telephoned, for help.' An crmed IIQEEC was organized qncl proceeded at once, to the scene." On that Siilllvhn had 'committed filicide.. jy .3? calibre tammerleBS revolver raVuEed and H contained one loaded Tho.-boy .v.TiSTj iiken to Rcgina pilal.VA.1 Jury; Was summoned .by Cor- proyiiicW .policejver'e, oh the Vceh'o by iiooh. An laqueEMvill be held. 'The Hansena hid no known relative! In this .inrlce come liere from the south, but rqlallvca In 'Minneapolis lisve heen, n'ollltcd. Sullivan was also an American citi- zen. He was-knowu to Have been in the' couhlry over a year, hlU only about a month al LcmLerg. Xo mo- tive lias been found for the crime. JUGO-SLAVS WOULD FIGHT ITALY PREMIER VENJZELOS OF GREECE ATHENS, Nov: ar- following tKcdlicovery of a conspiracy uunlnate Prem- ier Venlielec, rverthrow the pnt- e'nl regime arid re-ettabllch King en IKe throne, mide full confewleat, accord Ing to the They wire ler- under King Convtan- tine, It uTdV They will be tried by court-martial. Why The Herald Was Delayed j Owing to the failure, at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning for four hours, of the city power, runs ihe Herald machinery, the early edition of today's paper was delayed several hours, the evening edition also being delay- ed thereby. This will explain the delay in-getting this edi- tion to Herald subscribers. Miners' Wage Question ---------------------------------------j------ WASHINGTON, Nov. HICK had a.disagrecmcnl E Saved From Superior's ley Depths By Clinging To WILLIAM.' OnL, Nov. .and ripped V the elemenU, lie was Tuurtle to wove until ho had been ..iakezi1 aboard antl revived with stimulants iheu he said lhat-he believed. he -was the-pnly" sur- vivor qt tho Myron, which rin Into a lremeDLJpus eale .near Fish Point while towing, the birie Mystic, botind up Ihc labcs. (or Duluth. The cabinet io reach a decision on .llic wage contro- versy between the bituminous coal miners and opemlors tlial would send tlie miners back to work- Before entering the meeting Attorney-General Palmer that if the figures as to opera- tors' profits given yesterday by former Secretary ol" the ury McAdoo were correct, it was nol likely that Fuel Atlminislra- Icr Gariicld would permit au in- creased price for. coal. Any wijjje advances granted' ,il was iiilhnntcd, to .conic" out' of 'tbcT.'ofiernlors' profits. After in session for more than two cab? inct recessed for Of- ficials" Verc nol disposed: Ip dis- cuss'what had transpired with regard to the coal controversy, there were indications thai ___ i soma'mciiihcrs. Canadian Railway Service Cut MONTREAL, Nov. re ductlona in pflss'fneer possibly, freight Canadian rail- ways, ion account oC the.shortage ot bltctninoTis coal were announced to day ns a result ol meetings1 o( the railway officials -to .consider conditions (oIlowlnE the-.strike United States. TheSB so far as announced by. ihe Canadian war bonrd and the Grand Trunk Rail way. will chiefly- aRect the Canadian Governments-Railways' and. the'Grand Trunk for Iho time being, UHENRV CABOT LODGE TJnlled-SUtes- Senator, who led in. the defeat of Ihe Irnaly ot the Chamber of the AmcricaD Congress. Huns WiG Get Blame For Delay Jugo-Slavs Out of Patience With d'Annunzio's Pranks and Threaten to Throw Him Into the of Constant Italian Situation in Italy Fraught With Grave Danger. GENEVA, Nov. received by the Serbian bureau at from Zara and Spalato convey ImprcMicn that only prompt Interference' by the alltei can prevent war over the Adriatic .as ths Jugo- Slavt art uld lo have lost pat- ience and to be ready to fight the Italians. "We are aitoniihed that ihe peace conference permits our peo- ple to endure constant Italian per- says one Belgrade newspaper received here. ''Our peaceful attitude is praiseworthy when we might throw D'Annunilo and hit fillbuitera Into.the sea." A Significant Move BELGRADE, Nov. semi-offi- cial dispatch that a significant TUOTC lias been noted amonp ihe Italians lu Lhe norlbcm occupied'zone. An Ital- ian, legion liaa been formed at Ico. It IB composed of netvly arrived troops equipped wlih Ammunition end oilier supplies by Lhe Kalian. CenTlrmed PARIS, Nov. palettes cou- firruing reports from Geneva that the situation alonp tbc casiem there ot the Adriatic is critical are Issued oy the Jugo-Slav bureaii here. The bur- eau says the has asked.Its ministers aL Paris, London and Waaliinclon to'draw the altenlimi of those 'govcrnmeoU to ihe danser- aus situation arising from D'Annuri- zlo's raids ami those" he it reported nhoul lo moke. with Ihe posslblllly thai oiler rail-llf Peace Trealy Not Put In waye mav later on be affected. The _" _ Force By First of December ALLIESIIN NOTE DEMAND INTENTIONS i> tr O 9 V FIRST ALBERTA CASE V OF SLEEPING SICKNESS CALGARY, NOT. case of sleeping alckaVsas iWa's reported here tpdi; BEHLIN, Xor. IroOM In-the n'aHIc region nre In n desperate ftlluallon, according to reports printed In' the Tngcblalt. Legions, Including tjovcral. corns, collected south of MI- lau ami have'been attacked by Lettish lofces" near Kruku, the enemy advanc- ing from Hie northeast.hi an allcinpl to seize ttlo railroad running (roni Ian to Shavll. Five trains nlonq tills road carrying refugees [roni Milan Jiave been, fired'upon by Lilhuimflna. U Is saldj CO persons being killed aud lc-0 wounded. Dispatches, stale that tbo situation is extraordinarily serious and in Eomo places desperate. It wai early that the storm was encountered And tiro hours Inter the Myron began .to Blnfc. Pumps were worked .to their fullest capac- ity, bat In vain the battered wreck broke to pieces leaving the master floating alone. on the plIbthouEC, the solo surTlvor of the Myron's 'crew of ,G and he also 'believed oC tho 16 men aboard the barcc. Mystic. Cant. Ncale to give moro thin a (ew details' of the wreck, almost dead 'from 'the 'exposure to the cold water of Lalse Superior and Iroro the ihock.ot Ihe vreck. FEELS 'QUAKE FRANCISCO, Nov. A earthquake was here and in Ihlj vicinity at 3.07 this morning, TORONTO MILK. PRICES LIKELY TO ADVANCE TORONTO, Nov. Milk la almost certain lo .ailAnicc In 'price Ticro on Dec. 1. On .tlial .dale. Iho nrovlalonal Tirlc'c oC J3.10. per eight-gallon can, set by Iho boartl of commerce, will ex- jilrc. -It' Is cxpcclcil Hie now l be iicr can, prico SHEEP PROMOTER FOR ALBERTA APPOINTED OTTAWA, NOT appoint ments to Ih9 pnhlle service by Iho civil service commission. Included the [ol Inspector ot dairy products for .Cal- ary, A. A. Buffam, Edmonton. District sbeep promoted lor Arteria, with headquarters'at Calgary, Swllrcr 0. Fracboni, MlfneUwan, Onl. Forest Militant, C. B. OU1, Ptlla- plcco. Man. NATIONAL LABOR PARTY TO UNITED STATES PEOPLE ____i CHICAGO, Nov. new na- tional political body known as the Libor Pirty of the United SUtes WM created today by the repre- of organlied labor, in conference The aim'of the party as set forth in Itf will be to organize and brain wwrken of the coutnry to support The ot an economic, tttl and IndLittrlal world. FIVE DENOMINATIONS PLAN FORWARD STEP TORO.VTO, -Nof. A. convention was opened In Masse? Hall here last night when five, rellfloua dcnomlnx- A tlals, began ambltlouB pinna for In- creased membership. Increased zeal and Increased fliiince. Th'cw denomi- ations. a'ro also fa. co-operation Lo fiet before Lhe Oanadlan -people llic rolalloa of religion lo palrlotlftm, N.Y. Messenger Boys Had Own "Exchange" Csiri C. Lind, Snnbnrst Farmfcr Has Not Been'Seen For 16 Months [ustice Metcalfe' Dismisses Mot' ion of of ApjKal to Hear ment Nov. mo. lion to quaih tha Tndfeiment of ae- rfltfoul conapfracy a'gafnvt the eight itrlke leaden VIM dlaallcwed bf Mr.- Jurtlee -ttctcalfe at the cloae tha argument by Ing'counael. In dlamlnlng the motion, Mr. Jultlee Metetlfe uld: "Being of the opinion thai the indlctmtnt ij refuae .to quaah. 1L" He 'polnlid out, however, that the for the airihe leaders could take the inue to. the court of and obtain a. ruling there. Arranflimenta were made to have the court of hear hte argument tomorrow. al to MM Herald) COUTTS-SWBET GRASS, Nov. 25. C. denrt? This nncsjior. has been 'agXed a hundred' tlmos by the frlendi ol Llnd. Air. Ijlnd wan bom In Norway 35 tso, tat bad beon In Ibis coun- trr lor a number o! years and 8polle good Englfgb. Ho had halr.nnd welfhed aboui 183 pounds at .the (Imo ho rtlsappeflrcd. He stando 5 feet, 10% Inches In licight. Llnd loll Sunbiirit July 30, IMS, NHW YORK, NOT. or- ganized "nictscngcr troys' ex- change" appeared last as new nnglc In the tbcft .of mora than in llochs anil bonilii ;lnrlng Ihe past wecka from Iho llnandal dlilrlcl, accord- Ing to detectives working on tha caso. Tho "exchange" Is said lo hire 'met several llmci nnlly nt B cen- tral tbe Instead Iho offices (or cerllflcalos, one tioT .would dinned, lo.. deliver them had (or Uie.etne place. This method, according'to the police, simplifiedtie'work of security for' tho. UleTM and hampered officers Jn tracing: stoleii certmeafnv W. SalllTM, of the brok- erage Ilrn oT Sulliian and1 com- pany, was .today, before .lodge Otto DdHlskr, In ctmnec- ,'.lon Kith lie thtfts of a apccUIr cliario of receiTKir Mokrn proper- ly. Iln TTM heM In boida on a chano of receltlnx of Crucible Steel atpck Talaetl nl f knowing.the.ftliic. to stolen, ,i _ nound for nnd _nn otio has known of his whereabouts since that dale, with tho exception that he mall ed a postal card to an acquaintance rif his at KunhiiTsl, from Knlltpell, and a days later lelecraplietl ta the Sunburst State Dank for JIM. It wai immediately wired (o the hank nt Cc-lumb'a Knlls. Hero ho ordered Ihe money to be cent. But I.lnd herer call- ed for It. Jfc has a Tarm near the. town Sontrurtl, and also money at the rtnrai bank, ao It Is said. Llnd came to, Sireel Uraes front Ulhbrldie about years. In compuyvllti.William Bait ot. tills place. He 'later wen I to Snabirat iBarr, irho a near frteud of Uad arid has fn his pMaeaslon peraorial et- (ccts of Iho m'ltalng Sou not be- Vere that be li dead and la'maklag a search for him. Charlie, as ho was known here, mado many friends wherever he .hap- Ipcncd to hf, and TBS always (onnil to I bo honest r.r.'l la round lOoJ JlOK. Despite Most Adverse Conditions Socth Town Made Splendid Record (From Our Own Corrtnondtnt) .CARDSTON, NOT. 2i.--wniie an oi Southern Alberta should eonaratu lated u to-lho results of the Victory Wan campaign in of the droujlit conditions aggravated by the early winter weather, yet we feel few, II any-of the south districts have done better undor their conditions, tban 13 the Cardalon district. We have no Irrigation syglems as yet, no crops wero raised nt grain hay, or grass. Thousands of head ol cattlo irerc forced on the tailing; mar- kets by tho weather conditions. Every farmer Md rancilcr hlis lost money Inls season. Wo liavo rio wealthy men In cur dlslrirl. All Kre tmall The campaign alarted nrider the sert ous weather conditions which conllnu- ed for nearly tho three weeks. One could travel with a saddle hone only.: NOL.a car ddHng the ckonatn.. But in face ot these condl- tloda all outside points rnponded ex- cept were snowed ander. "The townspeople nbscrlbKt over ninety-rive thousand dollars, the out. lylna; districts over twenty-lire thou- at the the'ieiivayi- aent'.by Germany -' this city conriaciion" with ihe prv.tocel. relative to the carrying oirt'cf .thc-ierma if lha in'a netc deTivered to Kurt head of the German delegation at Versailles, by the auprvrne'Council lait nTghl. If the Viraaillea is not put iivforee 'by Dec. 1, the note will Me with the Gerrnan government as the departure of Dr. Simson Inevit- ably, delays further, conferences which'must be.held- Dr. yon Lenner Is asked, in cpn- cluslonr to-stale what are tho in- tentions of the German govern- ment, Another Chance for Rumania LUIS. .Nov.. is to bo [i another chance lo Aus- trian peace treaty, a limited period be- ing named within, whlcli she may nt- lach her signature. PermiESlon is also lo bo tiven Setpia to sign. The supreme council made: this de- cision tbls jnoniloa', at Uio. same iimo dEcidlQR that, a protocol be. opened on November 29, permitting Rumania to sign the'peace treaty with" Bulgaria eight days.' This period is to apply also lo her, signature' lo the 'reaty of gt. Gernialn irlth Austria. A.declaration ivas' also dec'ded upon o permit Serbia lo sign Ihe SI. Ger- main tofelhcr. with Iho finan- cial annexes-and clauses (or the pro-1 .ectlon of racial minorities, lo which" .lie Jugoslavs lave objected. Von Lsrarier'a Note PARIS, NOV. wns learned to day that Von Lcriner of the-German ilclegallon sent i leller to Secrelary DutasEa, ot the peaee conference, last Friday to the cltcci that Ihe head of the envoys nad become convinced, af- ter the Iw hail Paris, that he must consult the Ger- man government-regarding Ihe pro- locol.and. especially as Ihc national assembly would havo to approvo 'the decisions reached.' The-Von. lollcr protested ficer. The patient'.'skowtni eymptoms of-the-disease fpr Hvs days anil entered'tieiConT- .atoee condition first; eslabUslied case of. sleeping slckiiesa. WiU to Delay Explained By Failure Of Entente Ultimatum To rive in.time PARIS, NOT. reply to the latest entente note, oh the ques- tion of Rumania's Hun- gary 'and her atalnr as an ally, .which, loc-k the form of an is un- doistood to be on Ihe' The'week given Ihe Rumanians to're- lily ciplrcd before'the .an- swer.was dispatched, 'but It Is explain, od.lri Rumanian circles-that the rea- son for the ilelay was that the entente note Itself was delayed, reaching Ihe Rumanians In driblets. .The private advices Indicate that tho reply promlsea the'.eiiUnte' entire satisfaction on .the points raised. will Introduce a "bill in the com'roGns neit Wednesday er the King to accept the anrtenderit-: any peerage. .The. of Viscount 'Astor io'remaln a melhber oC the house of cdmmoni and give up his litle is Oic reason for the Taomas bill. 0 Leading lawyers express the opin- ion that II will be Impoisllile to nullji" peerage hy that while an Individual might be released froiii his tltlc.-l'hia ncceasors have the right lo Ihe peer: age of which, 'the peer Tvpuld. have ncf authority to deprive tbem.' It Viscount Aster's elOeat son were-will- Ing to Join hla father in n step 16pkln? lo'tho rellnqubjhraeat of his'Illle'r II Is'asserted that .the Wt that he Is a minor further complicates the lion. Chief of Police Blames Badly Illuminated SfreeU For Dark Deeds iUB Ull UVIJlJLiri IULHJ. ,7 _, nr (kak ain asalnst'tho" tiucsllon of Iho rcpalrls- CHIOAGO, Ivor. 25.-Among the ap- tlnn of Eing bound up wllh (hat ot rulltnc iho treaty Into effect, It being pointed out that Ihe allied lody as a result of .ihe. crime Royal Salute Boomed From (he Citadel at Halifax 'as Her nown Sailed; Away HALIFAX, N. .S.. Nov. llng an rcvoir. H. M. S. Renown, with His Royal Highness-the Prfnce of Wales, on board, BaMcd-for shortly after 3 o'cloclafttbtE afternoon. to the booming royal.satatc of-2L guns from, the citadel. Preceded by a destroyer, giant cruiser, bedecked with flags, made her way slowly through the shipping in the harbor, Ihat Chicago In s crime ware reached Ihe lareway, Ihe last Inreejand putting on steam squared bore rapidly 1 S y sepat n In which auto thefts and By night fall .he Till Be 'well ln Our allotment seventy- flris so that we gel a flag Md three crests for a grssi pf 'ptJ6'- hdndred nineteen thousand fonr hiodred and fifty Our orig- inal cst reduc- one whlaed-rall worked a llttln hirder and Lho responded All aro to be .'congratnlalcd M tfco roulu acblcrei ___ clared, German, public opinion-would not hare .confidence -ln; any other promise France" might make. The let- ter In .thk. connection drew attention lo tin article .pnbllihed recently in Ihe Presse de' Paris on Ihe surrender ot war criminals. CTemeneeau Replies Premier! Clemencean. as president of (lie. Conference, replied on Saturday, saying1 that -Von Lersncr'4 letter mine him question It the Ircatr pat'inlo (orce on December 1, owing to. the .German gorernment's allnongh that govchimcnl had nown- Ine of the protocol ince KOT. 1.. delay, said Premier Clemen- cean would be'rejrretUble as 11 might raise d6obi> .sincerity of Oer- miny's 'as retards the ei- eculivu tn tbe engageinentfl made in tbe arnlstke' and the' peace treaty. Bnron Ton' V. Clemencean contbinerf, in saying that France .mada or broken a rromlsi. .Tho sunremo conncll iigree- mcnL to, ih'o .re.fcaac'of G'errhan prls- oners wai'- conditional on Cnlflllmenl were in Iho city Jallac" _ pltcntlon In four JOO saloon, room and street holdups and 160 house burglaries. Members 'of. Ibjit band contcss'cd to Ihe.more than 250 crimes, ths police ftsseKed. Tteporled robberies laal night shoyr- cd a falling oft from Ihe two previous nights. Sireel lights glowed rleip'-to Ihe threatened coal shortage here alter John oarrlty, chief 6f police,