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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN VULDUEXHL FIRST SECTION LETHBRIDGE; NUMBER 294 LIVERPOOL INN OF Evidence of Cleavage at League 'of- Nations COB- fere nee MAKE DEMAND FOR GREATER RECOGNITION Colonel 0. -rauchqr, yeroon, B. C., defeated .Soldier-Farm er-Lihoral candidate in the' Yule fed- eral bye-election: Plot Marie in Military Fashion i LONDON. Nov. plans for blowing tut Liverpool docks nnd tlio-Manchester power-and water plants are said to sbow that they were made In military fashion after de- tailed Ve'porls had been forwarded to "Irish Kepubllcan armyY officers by spies at each place that was' destined for destruction. -The plans, which are said to have'- been cuotured when the documents relating to thp. spreading of tvnhoid .md gland ot I era were captured, were- made pub CABLE WILSON GENEVA; Nov, 2'S-rThe council or the League, or Notions today, cabled President Wilson the same as messages of the same purport were sent to .the various powers, asking whether he will accept the role of rredla tor between Mustipha Kenal Pasha, th'e Turkish Nationalist leader, and the GLNDVA j- llistrlct lines of cleavage to be making their appearance the n celing of the as sembly of the League ot Nations dele from the smaller nations insist liig that-Ihe countries they represent should ptav an influential role in the work of the coun- .cli'of'iho "league. Scandinavian 'arid South American prominent'Tn the conversations taking place at sessions of-the assembly, and. It-is..'eiueeted .their leaders part in the debates which soon; Honorio Pueyrretlon. foreign .min- ister of. Argentina and prtoi of ;lhal nations representatives is one- of the leader-, In demanding that smaller nation- should elect four to theLcouncil'of tVa-leagub and hc'seems to bavo support of a number of in Isor way find Denmark evidentlv propose to take firor of the as embly to the cov enanl of tbo le gue In addition sev eral mtlons havo taken decided views regarding the economic blockade the international court and mindates The jjroceeamgs ot_the which are at present really being carried on by may. be considered as merely-preliminary to its which will begin whim these commit- tees 'submit'reports and tbe debate begins, Committee Divided GENEVA NOA 2-> committee on international court is divided 'on the question .of'..'obligatory ijurisdlction. The-vniajbrity seems to favor, perm it- ting'.ihcf'cbinplalnarit 'to cite the de- fendant nation in the- court but in view of the vigorous minority: opposition. ,lt has been decides to. name a. sub committee to study the question fur- .finance committee has appointed a sub-committee to take under plans for a'nothcr International financial conference next year. Work GENEVA. Nov. meeting o the assembly-of the League of Na tloiiS'Was held today in order to'give the time for committee .'work and it.H possible there will he TIO session tomorrow., While some of the, committees.arc reported to bo progressing with unexpected speed, their; pormpt decisions are thus far mostly solutions. MID TO TELL lib. tonight after the statement of Kir'Hanjar Greenwood 'IB the house of the.-lilvisrnool. plans called for. 23 off engineers ami 75 .privates and 800 of a hish explosive, for .attacking 21 points most of I dock gates with a new lo stranding I ships I Diversions suggested In the report would consist ot numerous fifes in cotton and warehouses'starling a halt hour. before-other operations. Apparenth every precaution was ken tor dealing vvlth the enemv ,rces police of both Manchester Tho latter plan I dealt with the destruction ot tne [street in Manchester 'serving both Industries and Jram Bitter Debate m Reichstag in lmes wllb 1lammcrs and explosives and also the Clay tou. Valley pumping station, which furnishes water to a largo part of the city Arrests f In Dublin DUD LI N.- Nov.' 2 numbe'r of arrests in Dublin from to 23." amounted to 129, according to They are charge! publishing Talse reports aati reports calculated to cause .fllssMWartlon. The" men v.eri summoned on two charges', ooarolatiiiE to tho alleged Jogging of'a the Port Abello turracks aiiu IAUIJU to ih4 kill ng of t-vo'policemen near Tuilovv A third charge hai been withdrawn by the authorities. Retalrrthe PresWenty- LONDON" Nov. 2 John son. secretary of.'the Irish labpr party who was arrested In Dublin on Tucs day has according to government nnnouni.cint.iit last nigh in the ho ot commonE Thomai I-arren former prebidtul of tho Trade-, linlon Congress fs being detained fo: the present 'Sin'n: Arrested BELtAST, Vov 2 'manager of the1 S nn i-eui hank li Haixourt street DuL' n arreste in his sisters residence in Grea Brun'swlck- street 'here yesterday. H is a brother ot-Alderman Kello, lor mavor-el-ct of Dublin Which War Burdens the Chief Issue ill IN Nnv mark ed i debate in the. Helchstan regard ng the voting of appropriations to, carry out the prpvislons of the Ver official announcement The trial of .allies treaty Members of i Countess Martievlcz will take place courtmartlal on Thursdav Decem "SOME cvTnuin LAIULLLU in George French" President SCHOOL LAND SALE AT MACLEOD, REAL SUCCESS .lie chamber denounced. the .action of. the allies in force of men keeping such a largo along the Rhine and in particular -issailed France for send ing negro troops into Dr i member, of the German! no ople's- aid-Ger many 's finan- cial situation hopeless. He pointed out that interest .charges on llje budget alone amounted twelve and a half billion ind declarefl Ihe coiduct of Drench and their famlliesdJn ,lhe Rhlneland was provoking irritation If Itusslan? soviet troops" Jie de- clared on Germany's eastern frontie would not find ho Bunted industrious nation a' form vcars but people broken down morallv fludolphe Dre tscheld a leader ot t he' mode rate .inde'pen dent league, said the-nation's-mirdens vvere nol the re- sult 'of ''the Infamous conduct of. her enemies bill the sequel of Germany a pre-war -policies. Germany he continued 'was not.due .to pacifists but to the ineu who praised, war as th, fountain of youth. 1 -predict the time will come when .the present treaty Will bo an instrument dic- tated by truo justice, '-this will be when the workers, of Franco and'Gcr- many become sufficieutly'powerful to put the Versailles'-treaty, out of com-' mission.' her 2; Countess Sinn Fein member of parliament for St. 1'alricl.s division of Dublin Cits arrested September 27 Tho author! ties.-had been.seeking for a ong time owing lo her activities in Sinn Fein movements. Prosecute. Newspaper DUBLIN, Nov. pros- ecution against a newspaper under the Restoration-, of Order.In- opeucd at 1 4iurtmartlal in the barracks jeslenlaj The projeedings are agq.injt aid and lUmllton TidTvards tor F.'; J; Hooper of the Freeman's .of Soviet Republic Nor >2a Suppression of the blockade off Russia Is favored by Prenioi rLeyguesj he told the com mitleoon forejga .elalions in the chamber of deputies list night Inas much as, the soiiet government is act ually jn operation he declared it has been decided to permit trad era and (manufacturers to On all the business r they, can with. Russia In addition Cacuip jwho ii a tlTo committee Ijas wjltiwi o thiTpr'e'mler's statement lor the new; iJumaBlte M LeVgue'! said h< was arranging to encourage trade Russia Three Autos With Tops Riddled ..With Kinds of Firearms B. C. Proposes To Establish Bank For Province Was Increased CHATHAM, Ont., Nov. ca of an exciting battle runners and illicit dealers in "booze" have just been discovered 'Chief Peters ot the Kent county potlce.'The evidence consists of three autos with the lops riddled with bullets, ;vviml shields' smashed, sides grooved vtllh shot'and tlic lights, front-and rear, smashed by. bullets as the result of a .stiff: fight. .It-is: believed by the crown authorl T tics that thes'e cars were used b'y.tho Look tor a Moneyless Period to party of rum runners in their fight Start-Eariy-in NeV Year Xov. ciiun'cil, ot people's' con.itnisslpiiors in Russia lias AVINDSOIV Nov. J. 0. U Spracklin, charg cd with having unlawfully slain Uever Joy ;thc Chappell Honso aliirlng Iho course of a raid by the pastor-Inspector and his squad directed Ibc Ilussian nuance commis- sioners, to prepare within a month for the abolishment of money, according to. a lo the Red Ihe commn'nlst'Organ here. .The dispatch'says-it'is'cspectert that n moneyless perludWill he'dccrecd ef- fective frqni .Janiiary 'I. Accordiiig lo information pay- inenls fo.r necessaries of life by work- men and famines in llie: second gory tie ;first abolishei: along lines. 'of. Ihe. soviet plan by of iiroliibillbir 'ofTiccra, appeared in police-courl-here Ibis morning and was remanded for preliminary hearing on December 2. This ac'lion was decided upon by agreement of all parties to cnabje the magistrate to read the evidence taken at the 'cpronbr's inquest, vsliich will bo read .into the records In the court when H is decided lo hold a new (rial. thousands "of'.yi Sltrackiln's was increased from svstem" f'alls-.llke lo of which he will furnish a personal surety of (Prom Onr Own Correspondcnl) Nov. largest salo of school lauds that has so far been held" was put on in Macleod todaj November 24th, fvheo the government auctioneer sold land to the value or Tho cash payment made vvpa 1S3 15 on 60 paftels Thejnaiorlty ot these were sold at the upset price ranging from 57 00 per adre upwards Frank A Collins vvis delighted with the success ot the sale He said he told that it was not much use putting on the sale- here but he said It B the bebt jet, and our report of Micleod will be rerj good The parcels consist of farm lands gra7ing lands hay lands and kinds One bujer bought only otld parts of sections with Ihe intention of holding for future higher prices Manv men from the sur.oundine points vere visKors to Macleod for tho sale of school lands look place on Wednesday 24th Frank A Collins and his staff leave tor Cardston where tho sale'of school landa be held on Friday November 2Cth_ Gifted Woman From vet Speaks at Fernie HERCHMER DEFENDS i LEADER BOWSER France Challenges German War PiRIS Georges here that the article vvis evidentlj left for. London this morn- nsplred ing'at :9t45. o'clock. While in that city he vv confer with Premier Lloyd George Britain ing the question' arising from .the recent Greek election, tho Russian ..VICTORIA, Nov. announ ing a financial policy for the proving Hon, John. Hart, .minister of financ state? that it is the'intention to esta llsh a provincial bank, to the gover ment.can assist Cependerits and keep jiie money of .the people.In this, prov- ince for development of tho'countryi instead of having It serireast by tho of Canadat through-their branch systeni and loaned out at .high rates In'TOronlo, Montreal and New York. township on "the night of October. .31 when Frank Cornish of Windsor jvas ounded in both-legs hi a fight with illpgcd liquor dealers. H Kas, also ficcn officially" stated that .shotguns, rifles, revolvers anil aulomalics figur- ed in the fight. Kills Wife anil Three Children PEXDEK, II. Blnklace, a farmer, yesterday kilt- ed his v.'lte an'cl three "children with a halchel, badly vyouuiled his liaby ami Uien hanged, himserf lo a raflcr. Neighbors said they believed he was despondent. T '-A-scrvatit girl ydio discovered the bodies, lold the authorities Ihal Ilink- IHKC lo llie'liarn atinounciug his Intention to kill'a goosti for Thanks giving dinner. Instead, trtie said, he used the lialchet to slay, his wife amf i son. Returning to: tho house h< which gas, water, eieclrjcity mnd tele- This Weeks ShovV' ;An- ihe oilier two, children, vvonnrl situation', and 'problems relative to tho near east. There-are indications that tho meet- ing of Ihe may assume a more important aspect Ihan was contemplated by their original plans. Former Premier Venlzclos of Greece said by tho.-Motin to be planning hurry his trip northward from Italy participate in the conversations jn ondbn' and tho'same newspaper de- ares Premier Giolitli of Italy Will so take. part. An -Athens dispatch states that rcmler flhallisjiag declared that II lied premiers hold a meetins a rep- senlatlve. of Iho Hew Greek, govern cnl .vvould attend to explain tho real paiticance events in that mntry, M, koygues.illsc.nssed a recent war ko. address, by1 Waller" f inions. Get :an foreign' inluister, and declarer o had-made'ah'energetic to e Berlin He added that ii SR there was a repetition of tho ind cut 'the' French. government wouli kke steps. Italy's Policy HOMB, Nov.- Franco am iagland-'declde to Intervene in Greece must slanrl. .aloof In .order to cmaln; principle of sclf- etcrmimilion, says an article publt.ih- d in the ilessagcro, It hclng stated HOSTILE TO A I'OUCE UNION Nov. carofiitir phrased decision, was arrived at by the council of Iho Ilor.rd of Trade vvllli. regard lo tli6 demand of Ihe Montreal police union that the cily atlinlnlslra- tlvo commission should recognize the principle of, Iho "closed shop" with rcgarl to that union, anil the taking on of new io the force. Without ninVIng their position as decided KS has Ihe biilhlers' cxchayge, Ihe Hoard of Tr'rtdo council unanimously decided "Ifiat any union i or association of no- Ilccmbn should be [turely voliinlary" and further Ibal such union or asso- ciation, should1 under no cimim- Btafices b'e affiliated with any outside labor organization. phone service'will rbe'- furnished conclusion Iho'article'In.Iho Red Flag "After one year of organized ef- forts of the .victorious, .proletariat, commer- e a house of scheme, sue-'Shade. Kor the past week ths-.cltor-. cced in HH first and hardest period lnSs approximately fifty per-Cent: hore. its tiilo'iillon by vv o rid larger than during the Eamq week Just coiild be brought about, Wlian' our i year, children ore; grown they vvjll know oilier Increase Lclhbridge' the bank, clearings of brlrlge have plnccd Jasi year's in-the led.Ihe baby mid Uiua himself she added. money only EXTENSIVE OF GRADE SALT AT l-'oliowlng are the figures IMS' MONTREAL POLICE TOOK HRI1IES; ARK TOnONTO, Nov. A thur has. been-invited to a load and address a mass meeting c the1 Grand Army, of Uiiiteil Velcran NOW OUT OF ,101! ,-it Massoy.Hall on SuniiayLNovembe Harry Flyhn', 11' Is'announcef also will be there lo address Ihe ve erans anil Ihelr dependcr.ta. ........___ Nov. exist- MONTREAL. Nov.. pa- ertce of an'cxlehsfv? of high trolmen and one officer have been------- grade sal( il'T'ort hag been rllsmis'sed from'tho city pollc-j forco. It Is also announced Hint the pre; doflnllcly established by 'drillers op-, The officer, it Is ler will visit Sydney anil Halifax ff. crating umler'the'lilrcctlnn pro i money from two citizens In Iho, next few vindal govcrqincnl, the well iiaylng arrnnteil for speeding; the two ''neeh funk IKrough 30 feel 'cf pure valroinien offered lo settle a case sail nt a ileHth' of 650 feet, iasainsl n rcstaiiriint flnan- Information' !o 'Mn tffcct was re- (ial eonsMcrallon nnd the third police- celvcd by lion, joaii Cote.'provincial man loitered off his beat at nn early Eccrclary. trip hour in Ilic SKcralos wllb a. female Ihvuugh T EMPRESS OF.FRANCE ARRIVES QUEBEC, Nov. Canadla C. P. 0.'S. Kmprcss Ffrfncq, arrived here ycalcrdny afte with .127n nassenbers. Italy must respect this priii ilple upon which hei foreign polio .s based and that in addition, she is lot among.the powers which'in', 1832 became protectors ;pf Uial'XCOurilry Therefore she has no right to inter ene in the dynastic'' affairs of tha nation. .v (Special to The Harald) FERNIE, Nov. V. Sloan, minister of mines was, :vm< avoidably absent from Mr. Fisher's meeting last night, a fact verr much regretted by Sir. Sloan and his many lolitical friends here, the .was .ho largest and most orderly yet'held n Fernie.- The Orpheum theatre..was Illed to overflowing, tho crowd extend- ng to tho vestibule and many harimj. to go avvav beczusp they conld'noi wedge themselves into the buSldlns- Mr Sloan's engagements at Nelson and In his own constituency compel- led him to return to Nelson by day's train in order to' fill his engage- ment with the m'etallferous that district reach Nanaimo'for his Friday meeting, the last of his own. campaign. Th1 e p resence of Stanley of Vancouver, -who was oh tlieVplatr forni'and spoke in the interest .bt the Olive' government and Mr Fisher, the local representative of that gov- ernment, was a. new feature In the- .campaign which .has I features and thrills'from .the start. Major Henderson occupied the chair nd It'was the most orderly t the campaign Brown was down to speak first nd'owing to her .very late arrival y the outbound train, had to go al- lost immediately from the train to he platform and it was a little trying t'first. but she soon found her ground nd .confining her remarks solely to he legislation placed upon the statute looks of the province by the Oliver ;overnrnent, a pronousceil mpression upon lier hearers ireseclation of 'in favor of he govprnment which (had given to ttte rage, tho widows eral acts regarding phan children, the act giving he same guardian rights overMhclr children as had previously been tha ixclustve right of tbe men, equal right In property which has al- ways been held exclusively by the men She stated that she had been engaged in the work ot getting, the Get a Dollar1 Down and IJencf 1 of Rise in Market ,Later rights of women' arid children placed upon the same basis as that b( the' men, and during .tho Lhe Bowser government tho women of Lhe province could get no lion from Mr. Bowser or his govern- ment The official records showed that Sir. Bowser, had always'opuosed frage being granted to womejj and was also opposed during his tenn ot office lo'the'various acts been placed upoa.the .statutes of tho province since the Oliver goYeirn- ment bad come into power. t Mrs. Hrown mado a special plea to her .women hearers to bear these1 things In mind when they mar'-ied their ballots next week and bo iCojtlr-ued on Page it Postal Clerks Amalgamate OTTAWA, Novr amalgama- 'has :beeti effected between Postal .associallnn and WICHITA, Has., Nov. plan lo relieve Ihe wheat, .fanner of hia diili: cullies as the resuK.of low prices and a strained money ;situation, -hia bean devised by mlH 'an'd clevato'r opera- lora hero and in.other grain centres of the southwest, according to an an- nouncement made today; Millers de- clare Iho plan will move considerable vvheal and stop discussion-of forcing farmers to sell Ihclf grain.' The plan aa outlined by mill and clevalor-men follows: The conlract wllh Ihe farmers Is very simple. He now.hag the oppor- lunlty lo dispose ot his wheat, at once and receive in turn down. Then us he watches the market quotations he finally decides tlie quolallont have reached I'ne Ion and'can draw the re malnder of his nibney from the miller or elevator at the basic market price The result can be easily seen. It vvll' relievo the fanner "financially, the wheat will npl bo. subject to wcevi the [and the market will becomo stable." Ihe Kednraleil Association ot Lctlcr Car-! HUCKyALE IN FIELD ricrs. As .these bodies num- ber uhrnit' two thousand members and have brandies between the Oreat Lakes and iho.Allanlic seaboard, Ibo fedcr.ilton of.tticse bodies is probably one of the largest amalgamation's in Ine, labor .world in Canada for next few ycarfl. The new organization will be called the Cnnuil'laif -'Fc'dcrallon of Postal KmpJoyees. Membership shall be composed of all existing .recognized Dominion-wills- f.ietal .employees' organizations and such olhcr ofganlzallona ot postal em- ployees which shall.In future be or- arid rec.ognlzed by this fed- eralfoti "as domlnlon-wltlo organha- FOR MAYOR OF HAT HAT. Nov. proachcd by a cbmiliUtift) of citizen Aid. llucltvale Ibis morning conRonl to run for mayor. He staled lha the nuestlon of a general manager .to Ihe city should be submitted Id a r< fcrenduni people.' TIN 'PLATE PL'ANT CLOSES CUMBERLAND, Md... Nov. 25.- Seven hundred enip3oyc.6ft of Iho i arid C. Taylor tin plate hia iifaclurcrs here, wore notified ycate day that tho plant will suspend ope aliens for nn b ginning'next Salul'u'Jjy', of demand for the nfoducl. Vhen Incident in Life of One of His Ancestors He- i, called LONDON, Nov. Ihe course f the debate in, the. nons yesterday on theTIrlsh reprisals ueslion, Sir Donald .Lib ral. turning lo Sir Hamar Greenwood, he Irish sccrolary said "Tho honorable gentleman cpmej rom Canada where one of his ances ors was sentenced lo be hahged, irawn and quartered for being arebel igalnsl Ihe crown." Sir namar Instantly interjected: 'He was'assassin." Tho retort was greeted by .loud ministerial cheers Continuing Sir Donald remarked 'lie was an-Innocent man snfferllis or some of the guilty. That Is whal s happening In.Ireland This comincnt aroused cheers fron .he. Liberal and labor SMUTS TO APPEAL ON SECESSION 1S-SU1 LONDON, NOV. Associated Times Capetown correspondent, that substantial progress hat been made In be- tween the South African (loyil Dutch) and Unionist parties. Tne probabilities are that Premier Smuts will go to country shortly after on' the definite Issue of ;