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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION .VOLUME xin. FIRST SECTION LETHBRIDGEJ' ALBERTA" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER FIRST SECTION NUMBER 295 Founder of Sinn FeinNabbed While Asleep in His Home; Removed In a Motor Lorry "Arthur Griffith and Prof. John MacNeil-Arrested at Dub- Large Quantity Of Literature i man Catholic Cleigy Entei "Protest to Irish Secretary Made to the Bum in Lloyd George Says Conciliation Can't Come Until Villiany Ceases DUBLIN, Nov Guffith, founder of the Shin Fein oiganization, Piof John MacNeil, Sinn Fein membei of paihament for Londondeny City and the Na- tional Uaiveisity of Ireland, together with a number of others, weie airested today by the auxiliary police Mi Giifflth was to have addressed a meeting of the lush Self.Deteimination League at Manchester next Sun- ddj.i No Charge Against Griffith LONDON, Nov Iiish office in statinfthis Deals With Statement Made by noon that Aithui Giiffith had been anebted m Dublin ll Not_ two o'clock this moimng, said that no foimal'chaige had Cheerful beeii pi ef ed against -He was'taken in a loi ly to a destination which was not made public British officers A statement issued fiom Dublin Castle, the seat of the government, Mith to the Guffith anest, 'Arthui Giiffith was auested at his residence in St. Road at 2. a m was i om his house. A laige quantity of No ai ms wei e f otind "SLIPPERY-PLACES OP V MY TIMt AQOUT v DOWMl quantity of documents had been found fated further investigation, and that Mr. Griffith-was being delareeil pend IM_ t M in Angeles Tiine OFFER ARMENIAN. PRESIDENCY TO t VENIZELOS CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. herb are discus- sing the possibility of offerlu'g tho presidency or the Armenian .republic to Tomer Premier Veplzelos of Ureece. :They be- lieve, however, that lib' ac- ceplance Is doubtful. VLMILLLUd His Dealings Gei- many During (he War CONSTANTINE ASSURES ALLIES HE WILL CARRY- OUT- FRIENDLY POLICY Evidenced in Reolies (6 Ques- tions Made by. Pupils in WarnerSchoil He was in bed the time and was taken away in His auest was effected without He made no statement tiouble" BUILDINGS BURNED IN CORK CORK, Nov ings were burned night by a band of armed men They 0ave the occupants of one house on the Grand Parade only a. minute's notice-to clear out.be- fore setting It afire Another building "on Hardwjcke Street was Burned in the same manner The military 'assisted the fire brigade in checking the flames DURING A pEICJOMvTERROR Nov IrWi brought up in the house of commons today and the question of conciliation be tween the people was rals ed Premier Lloyd George giving nil opinion In the matter, declar I have always conv need policy of conciliation, is possible in Ireland until they reign of terror, hat been broken tor the very obvloui reason that men In Iceland whoItvould be prepared to enter into negotiations at the present time are In terror of.their lives and cannot do so freely" Denunciation' From' Bishop LONDON NOT 26 -Denunciation of the "horrible (futrages tO'which the nccmle of Irelind i subjected, are voiced, in a ;long" letfcr written'to Sir liamar Greenwood, chief secretarj Ihe.Most Rev. -Thomas O'Dea, bishop'df tbe unltciTdloceEC of Camay and Kllmacdulagh The bishop warns Sir iramnr that his own life and thOie of other clergymen have been .threatened and that the Irish executive Is responsible for their ind flroops on defenseless ara making victims of rnan> of docs nctt follow safely 'Government outrages tho bishop declares have been Incomparably greater in volume than .those on the other side.. The inurder of Father Griffin; of Oranmore', was due to gov- eminent de parture in the campaign which appar- ently indicates tho beginning of an attack upon Catholics and religion.' When the bishop returned from the funeral of'.Father Griffin, ho asserts he found, at-his homo a letter address- ed to himself ProtertvReaches Pope ROME No; Benedict has 'eceivert a protest couched- in strong terms from the Irish eplscopacs and clergr headed Cardinal Logue primate of Ireland agiinst tne feroc CALG logical ot prices of wheat between" tins avnd last year remarked II president of thell FA, according lo the WiDslpsg Free Press the Blumn in_the price of v heat vas noj resnon .Bible for the slump m business gener (The (2 la -i bushel mentioned by the Winnipeg treo Press remarKeu Mr Wood, only represents thcjnitial tho.newspaper mentioned does not give the average price ot last %ears sales up to date admitting that the prices ihis tons bloodv attacks of British pollcebear have averaged higher than lhe> Seless citizens 'did list jear the conclusion reached Constable Shot at Police Barracks; use Unknown ho Innocent Tho pontiff discussed .he communication length with Cardinal papal secretary of state, an interview on the suuject_with Count De Salts, Brit h minister to. the Vatlcah, Prohibit Manchester fleeting Jcoy lord mayor and chief: conelable of "Man aclrag-witli'authority from Lhe home secretary issued an order today piohihiting the meetings the Irisli had proposed to hold Saturday ind Sun It was at these meetings that Ar thur Griffith, founder of tho bum Fein, who was arrested in Dublin this mom ing had promised lo speak The that they had reasoni.to apprehend the holding Last vears began ac jnd the sales were made at that price end upwards The gradual advance 1% price was maintained until the operation of the hoard ceased at -which time itheat was selling at and over the SivEraKe-Brtce for the yea? being ;Continuing Mr. Wood.-stated that the market opened at the time tho price had ,been established by the wheat board on a J315 and since that time the price had declined which was yesterday.'s'close, maklng.a'iiet decline' of f 1.27 Iri'all, and was threatened with i complete collapse. But that is only one Item In tho s'aid Ihe president, "that has direc.tly 'overtaken the farmer's interests and which is bound to quick- breach of and promote dis- affection of Bitch meetings conduce to -vliy overtake-the whole commercial in te'rests of Canada. slump in wheat has been .spectacular because it-has been kept iu the limelight inefficient open market selling, the price of wheat :is still more nearly on a profitable basis than any other farm product. -.At'pre 1 cannot name an agrl cultural product that represenls any profit ;at ali. 'This 'means one thing." continuef Mr.- Wood, "namelythat'farnicrs-wll practice the most rigid eco'n In an he.gavo out in Dublin yesterday Mr. Griffith den- ied that the so-called; "murder gang' existed in: Ireland'aiid: disclaimed any responsibility for Hie recent allon of military officers Ho asserted-that'Ihe -policy', of re- prisals b> tho British determined upon in September of last year and inaugurated in March with tne as sassination of L6rd Mavor MacCur I possible tain of Cork to break the spirit of.that the) the Irish people He declared that the have'nothing .to ,do with the government's.Momerrulo bill. "II will repeal the let of. 19t4 which Is -ilill on the statute bookstand that Is all llio British'; government he 'said, In the absence in the United Stales of Eatnonn .'president of I the Irish republic, :n proo This in turn means ihave lo quit buying ind. this can only, have one effect .01 fiinii Fein the 'commercial interests of. tho coun try. Mr. Wood slated that the mtimifa'c lurer had probably been preparing for this tor a year or more, the wholcsal er perhaps doing likewise; hut with the retail rfierchant, especially iuvtlii country, with goods on his shelf.'a exorbitant, depending onr.cus his diocese have been threatened with Arthur Griffith tomer's whose" buying power had been death, ind that lalher Cunnanen hpuse..has already been fired upon, lie says a sacred sh'rlno wns smashed and vessels used'.in 'the celebration of ,thh were stolon, Police, Inspector Shot DUBLIN, Inspector Mail- has Jieen active against the Blun Vein' iriovemchf, was shot -while walking along a slrect in Cork yes- IlO was nbt wounded sci'iouu- !y-- .v'" -Two Sinn Fein M.envbers DUBLIN, Nov. -those arrested- thfs mpniing were .losepli commons for Last Cavari and was re turned for this constituency and north- west Tyrone in the election of the same year. Like Uiei'oUier Sinn Pom members, however, he refrained waa tnc man reeeivO' the main shbck of a genera collapse in trade. GAVE UP STRETCHER AND WALKED AWAY MONTREAL, Nov. Alleged cures wtre effected here last night bj the Ontario 'Sirs. Alinde Semple McPherson. Among llio oul-i slanding cases was one. of a young] far yone in coii- (From Our 'Own Corrcspoudeiit) I WAI1NEII, Nov. an idea, obtained al" the-resell t teachers' LOmenlton it and ilco fiom a pracilcc followed In min> of Ihe ctU bchools tha teacherb of tho Warner Clonspllilatoil 's'phhni Veek.. put there before Uic grades from VI lo mciusnelj vulh a viou j V; o obtaining i rough idea of TV hat our nexlKenention is lo be like in resiect 10 callings ind education The tbreo questions are as follows to written insnc-i, Tvcro returned 1 What i.'iofeoBion bu mesi; or trade do, you Intend-to follow when vou uu1 T oil unking for LUCERNE, Switzerland, Nov King Constantine ol Greece has officlilly notified Great Britain, France and Italy that he plans no change in the foreign policy or Greece and that ;'ah'y possible, government of Greece Avill continue the friendly attitude of the country toward the allies, i Venizelos and Constantine' i .JCov. Ihaf- tho people of Greece will a departure from his policy in Asia 11 wa expressed bj for! IT Prom -f to correspon dents of Parib Nlco list night The premier whoso re gimo suddenly colUpsed following the election m Greece on November 14 the war record of King Cor slanline ind dcclaied he had Bulgaria to attack Serbia. "No, I tell said. Venizelos .to I Lying Wood streaming from Hotnai 21 yeanM of and a membjr of K. C IM P for the! ara injLeth oridgt, Vrat tfoun4 rtoday, in tie juu-r 'Officials do not want to believe a theory'of'sulcrdt ykt- The in quest Is be ng held at three o'clock. I j thujaflernoon at tni barrackc over which Coronet Humphries will nreside was found close to the body According to the story at ihe barracks, Sariteau" mess room In' the usual manner proceeded to the barracks. Short- ly afterward 3 mounty coming froni the stables heard. a shot and, riished io the barracki'-1 Then ihe'' wounded man was found. rfe was lying on the .floor with hla feet, about-.two feet .from a in this box keep their revolve B one re volvef was hanging part way out One chamber discharg- ,ed Whether or not Banteau had beep endeavoring to pull this re- volver Aof jthe dentally discharged it Ts what the jury this afternoon will have to decide. There Is absolutely no blame at tached'so'far to any of his fellow moUnties. _The members of the .coroneVs jury are' Rohe'rt McPherson, Wil- 'Ham Pillinfl, Wiji'ani Taylor, WJI. Hani Thomas Cowan; be rerriernber-- edj is the constable .who was re- cently slabbed by Eagleson, while he was accbmpanyiiig him home. FAST TRAIN WRECKED FOUR PERSONS KILLED 2 VA hat are further education? Do you" like school and.' educa- tion? .Out of 25 papers-the answer to'No. 1 bv the girls showed that there are golrg to be 10 teacher 5 music teach 3 nurses, 1. blore clerk I jubt u fanner s wife, and 2 unclassified. No 2 answers gave- S prospective unlvcrsih student-, 13 high, school 1 tenth .grade grade and. 2 undecided Onlj one paper nf the giHs! reluraed negative No out of 14 1 gave'6 electrical, en 2 farhiers 1 rancher 1 I soldier (Query 'fiufroturG' pol icemen coming frpm No 2 question gave d universlt) and Ihe balance mainly S As .was the girls' papers; No'. 3 :questjoh -returned "only ono from the above taking them as a moderately accurate giiago, of tho town .and mcnf of the :present over -say Southern we: flnd -the profes- sions with ot'cdursG-ndvanced educa the top'ofr.lho curve; while tho farmers and :ljusinessrucn. In com pany with ordinary education; at the foot. Beller revive the old "13ack to thcjjand" slogan, le.st.we.shorliy'fint ourselves all consumers and no pro duccrs. Ihe correspondents Coustnnlfne Cen not reliim to Greece, In spuo of all, :he' noise mado irouud his name The Greek people do not know much, but iti the same thei know it Con, stantine who earlv in Ihe great war save np tort Hupel in to Lbe Germans and Serbia knows that late in June 1915, Pon ctantiaa for M garian minister in Athens and asked Bulgaria did not attack ing Go ahead, you have nothing _ fear I am will never allow the Greek government to go to the aid of Serbia I If Prince George the duke ot Sparla should ri8unt to the throne he _would quickly realize as did hh unfortunate brother, the Alexander, that it is not sufficient to MONTREAL Nov fetsini were'killed, an unidentified man and woman and a porter, Brown, In the wreck of the Toroh- to-Mpntreal Express riear .Toron> to .la'st nightf aceordirtg. to an of- ficial statement Issued, this morn- Grand Trunk Railway company here r- Pullmans Left Track TORONTO. Nov. EG.-j-Two, or pos- foifr Itilled, four injured and in hospi.tais, and seven slightly hurt was the, .latest, estimate of ihe casualties Iff thff yrrcoli of tho Grind Trunk fly- er, shirtly after niltliilgfil. when ;sev- eraV Pullman caris shot off .tho track, owing.to a hrokoa rail.ihd'.wero.side- aivlped by i freight train passing on the other track In a westerly direction. Tho.wreck occurred" 10 'miles from Uiu Toronld union stallon The engine and'.flrst cars of, tho flyer passed .tha broken rcll" without.leaving tho track buLlne heavy.'sleepers followiug com- menced lo rock.and plunge and even- tually .lurched'over. The Pulman car "Majiira bore the. brunl of .the collision with the freight train, one side ueiny literally wiped out. It complete- ly torn" from the rest of the ca'r and acattered-ulbng'the trgck. two bodies recovered is that "of tho r -Pullnian -car porter JSir.antiel Urowii of Toronto. The other is riot identified. Somo of the rail- that the hcdies of a wo- man and child are sllll in the wreck. The following passengers were tak- en to Grace Hospital, Toronto, hut not dangerously Injured: VlklngPAlberta; 0. W. H. Wallace, E. LIs towcll, St. Jacobs, Ont. from taking his seat .aftoivllia general sumption, who was borne Into Ihe year.he.was elected ono of Iho Vice-presidenls of the Sinn Fein organization. L touring the hunger iilrike of Lmrrt Jlnjor Mdcbwiney of Cork, ho was HIB nntlior-of an appeal to. I'feBlcIent-.WihfonJnnd.atl tho heads of govcrninenlB.on'beiiaK of Iho lord mayor.. iTOf, Jqhii is professor of law In Ihe ot Ire- McBrlde K. .1. Duggan, Sinn Kcli.ijlantl. In May, iSiO, hb'was-founil gull- 'ty.by.a coitrlrnaHjal of cbrapllclly In the ISasler rebelKpii of thai year and senlcnred to life' Imprisonment, but was released 'during 1917 anil .during tho round-up ot Sinn Fein ieaclers by Ihe British, tha next year, ho was one Slnu Fclners In Ihe general election of I91S lip incinbcrs 'of respcclivcly wcsl division of coimly. and the soiilh.dlvislon of Uubllil, 'r-. Archhi'shdp to 'J'J X', Nof. As- slntji'd aXi'thbr- llatlvely in .Mv.crpopl that Arcliltishoplot the few iiroralnent Trlannlx vrns not arrested, li'lslr': dcmonslriitioii Ilicve Suiulay week, in spite ot Ihe fad that iho was chosen lo iwrllaiiient iis, city was tanned lo him "on arrival. but did" not tnk-c hin e Sinn Two Killfid 'in Explosion COU.K) Nov. persons wei'i Explanation NOi'.'X; liamar and a third, was-Injured !n rm-Kireenwood, chief secretary for'Ire- nthcv liomli oxploslnn today nl n in iho house of 'cnninioiii Ibis where (i niimber-of persons v.-crn .em-UftCi'noon, read n-lelcgtiim-from Dub- jilnycd. (On. (h6 night of Novenilicr' lin concei'hliig Iho arrest Of Mr. (Irif- 2H, .n lioniU was exploileil in Pairlek; fil'n, saying into custody lillty whli Street, wounding nearly "11 ofid-j'rlng the: systematic raids' which'; r iincxpccfei ff iheci haying died Ifiter'iwijrc. made, ihrouaho'ut; DiiMIn j Kla i foilowInK last' SUnJIay's in'urilcra of I ove.r-crowded church on a slrelcher, and who, after Iho cure, walked from tho platform to Iho pews while her stretcher was carried away. BORDEN FOR CHIEF JUSTICE- OTTAWA, Nov. la a re- port'hero thai Sir Loula It." chief justice of tho soon to resign and that Sir Hobcrt liorden will bo named to succeed him. BRITISH GOVERNMENT DROPS LIQUOR BILL LOXDO.V, Nov. rlfan Asaodaled liquor bill recently- Introduced ft which Iransfeffl control ot tho liquor Irafiic from tho war hoard lo the hdmo sccfelary, will, il Is slaled. be'abandoneil. The government nt tills stage, Is no! prepared lo face Ihe hos-, ......cli the proposal has1 aroused. Better English Clubs In Cardston School Explosion Takes Uvesofiour WINNIPEG. mother and her Ihrce children, ni-e, dead as the re- sult of n fire and coal 'gas .explosion at llieir home 'n East Klldohan; siibiirb of Winnipeg early (his morning.' The Nonah Charlie, aged S; William, aged and Fred, aged 10 mon'.hs. Gladys, ag.ed G, was rescued from the gas-filled liouso by .her Tho mQthdr''was'also taken [from the building' by' Hip husband bill j relurntil. in a vain effort to rescue her children was by Bremen in the children's .room John Sundberg, his wife and daughter aleo house, eacap c'cl through a window in their night dollies.- to the kaiser in order (d reigu like his father So fir aH the Greeks are concerned nt tho pres'enl lime, Alexander or George vdutd nmounl to Ihe same thing As to the allie if Greece continues the samo helpfi.1 policy which was mine tho entente rations iio raa s ons for, fish ting'shy- bf; h er. Fear WJiat Britain May Do Nov aril Britain may permit the return of former King Constantino to hti throne, but fears are eipressed- lhat tho two nations will wash their'hands of the Greek's elthei by concluding in arrangement with the Tijrks iiatclv 01 Using General I3aron gels re-organlz'ng fid the" Island of Lcmhos for a spring cam palgn igalnst the Turks Shoutd.clth or ot these stejs ho taken IVtpce or Great Brllnln there-Is p.pprehensidii thoy may abandon (rreeco linanciall} George Rhilln nremfer and Deme trios Gounans minislcr of arc holding frequenl COnsullationa and it Is believed the allHudo of GreatrBflt- aln is being are very, reticent regarding Ihe sllua tion, but M lihallls states he hopes for the return of Constanline. Tho Venlzclist newspaper buleuth cro1) today made an iltack up on tho cabinet, declaring'It away wilh Ihe legal, .-regency, "-.anil asking: not telUho pedplg.tho" greatest danger is to'havo the "a> 'Setlie the dymstic as 5011 choose, wo are no longer lorestcd -in Greece.'' y (From Our Own Correspondent) .CAflUSTON, Nov. Following 'movement oullliicjl in a recent Issuo'of Literary Digest, tho Card- ston and high school teachers have formed a "Better Club. Kycty leactiGr on .the steff lias signed 's cirid promtsili and havo also taken slops lo form n branch of tho club In Ills or her ftwn schooV so' that the whole: 500 and more be of tiie Cardston School will Igned up to Hie 1 Pledges 1. I love flic Dominion of Canada. love tlie Union, Jack. love the Kngllsh language, Promises 1. Tliat not dishonor Ihe Kngllsh, Iniigifngc by 6ft the lasl syllables of words, ;2. That I will jay n good Canadian "yen" and gntnt, "nmhum foreign "ya" or instead- of an Indian and "yep1 or chrl J'riopc." That' 1, will Improve 'Canadian speech by. ennnclatiijg llistlnclly and s'peaWifg plcasahlly 'and BJricerdly. I.will Iry lo rriako my coun- tn'i Innguogc licaullful for Ihe many forelpi hoys-ancl girls who come here to live. i 5.'That 1 will learn lo arllculaln cor- rectly ono word a 'Jay for one year. I And llils club is' spreading. nlgiit, -ill- both 'Muliiflls of thn two vyard'j ill Cardslon, Btrong-vole's wbro- laken to support the jnovcmeiit ami live 'iiji to the' There Vcra three hundred 'grown-upa 'who thua wni-help to Ihe Idca'-ainl certainly It Is.one dqscrvInK of uup- porl; fof when Ihe'altenllon of Ihe High school stiideuU. was r called to their commoiijcrrorfl-lu. speacli and violations of their, promises, after hav- ing slgnod: tiio pledge, manysnld lhej: couldn't Inlk at If nil those nilslakes. .were Included. But they are perscv.cr.liig lo lie able to Inlk the. Kngltsh language after a whllo murdering It. Auotlir-i-'.TnfivoniOnt reccnlly Inlro- ducoH'in'lho Cardstdn school ia Ihe vofallounl survey conducted liv Mr. J. iXv; of Iho school. Tho results as ycl.'hayo not been fully classlflctt and ft "report jn them will lirt forwarded lo llid press In n-sliort time., i MANITOBA MAN GETSV APPOINTMENT OTTAWA, N'-y.'. who for Ihe Insl, 1" ;years 'has been iri'llio oflicc of Ihe (lepuly minisler of tlio ileiiarlment of ili.lorior, has nppoliitcd asfll.qlant'Vleputy minister n In succession tu" tlie., luto J." Cote. Mr. Oilison to .Otlawft from to Participate in Righls and Privileges Assured ernmolit of the United Stales had i' formed Great Britain' that it does no' )so to bo from partlcltn In tho rights and privileges "so I under mandates provided of peace Furthermore, It f Uramlon, Mail., where prevloiialv lo. 'onuulted regarding-tlm had hecn mi exiierv'fiVtlie enii.Ioy of lcrra3 lhe36 the (Jraiii Growers'' tfrain coAipany. IMPERIAL OIL IS BUSY ON LEASES BDMONTON', N'ov. ty-slx thousand'1 ncres of oil leases were filed -jrt Iho I'ralrio land offlcor.today; It Is iindorslood that'rn'oat of ths ill-' Ings madp'.bn' llio Imperial OH'compaiiy. 'The' lands covore'd Iho Urilish terms of these- manjatos before incy aro put Into force Tho position of the Unilert Slates Is Bel forth in a note by Secretary. 6[ Stale Colby 10 Earl Curzon. Iho-'Bril- Ish BCcrdlarj for foreign and the specific question" dlscJased Is' liat of the MeaopoUmian petroleum I161ds. Mr, Colby's'note 20, anil mad e public today, fellow- Ins Its delivery to Ihe Drlllsh foreign office early this week. It Is in feply to a British note of August which has never been mailo public ami which' deals with the-application of tho principles of cqnailly of treat-t irent (o tho territories of the Near ait lo bo placed tinder jJntf'l) ;