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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION r MOT? VOLUME XHL FIRST SECTION LETHBRIDGE, "ALBERTA, %ATITRDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1920 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 296 Says Angels Gould In Present State i -i London Telejnaph Says Present Home Rule Bill AH That Can Be Expected in of Sinn Fein Leaders May Be and Fiies in '-'Black and Tan" Restrained-Firemen From Fighting Blaze. WHEN A NEEDS-A FRIEND 'documents recently; discovered show that a Iluk existed tetweeu the Dail Blrcanii and theiRcpubllcau army, ;hat Dail EJrcaan had beeji collect- Ing funds for, Republicans, to, be .en- gaged IhHbo murder campalgu -unconceivable 'that the Dail Eireaim was not awaro that they tvere otlng monev for the purpose ot the murder It was added .that.'Ve poBsess am- ple to Jus all meqabers o! the Dnll Blreann. Two Soldiers Killed _ DUBLIN, Nov A party of .urj luiuimng trom an in- quiry outside Fermoy was arr bushed three miles from that town last evening the sol- diers were killed and three others. wounded. lorry was held up which blocked_the road. v Gome': arms were captured by tlUsTmen who carried out the Holdup Nov. (Canadian As- soc' ited Discussing the piss Iiig'.of reading of the Irish bill in tho' house, of -'lords "Thursday tho 1 ondou JJaflj lelesraph says cill tortally that toe debate showed moro Ue4rh than tbat_tlierd Is no real to tlio present measure The Telegraph Dial all hostile rrltic m reduces itselt to vague hints and undefined complaints mea ure will not batisf> in Ireland." -All the ausels in heaven could not devise a form' ot. government which "woulcl'satisty. everybody jn Jrc land says .the paper, but critics and objectors were m parlia ment prets cot come f arvi ird V ith a substantiativo schemo ta replace ihe bill It it wora inTondonTiil communrcated to George KhaUis Actual Decision Reached at Con- ference in London Has Not Been Divulged ?fpV: regard ins Greece, Ley The Dally Chronljo chief govern nient mouthpiece _, describes Lord Middleton's.amendment .to; postpone the consideration of the bill as a very dangerous', ihpve, on fals'e have got the whole, measure UneWSa and notes (hat It was defeat od h} jirjctically tw.o to one "The sooner the bill adds the Chronicle the better for tfee pwce ofilreland since, the ground thai) Becomes automatically cut awa> to a lapse extent from under the feet of in the southern, provinces who seek; ends b> Solent means The.Mineheater Guardian-says the (letite the hon e of lira's hT- nhown that hotole rule in gcnTaMermH la one of those" matter1! ot which tho United bar 5 The" newspaper adds that it Is Kingdom becomes} of one forecast m British circles premier, who may be called 'o London, ortwho will in any case be Informed 6f_tlie attitude.'.of-France-and Great. ..In-all 'probability the minlstors will not' settle, all pending questions present confer enee and Premier Lcygucg may be obliged to make' another. trip to Lon- v "7 of this city express sat Is'action the cordiality apparent during tho conversations between the premiers The- Peht Mr opposes publication Jury Says Death R.C.M.P. Constable Due To Accident KEEPING UP WITH THE JONES' LONDON, -Nov. vis- Its of his children at Doom Caslle during tho past week, former Em- William of Germany' has lakcu'occasion to discuss with Iheru their financial resources, Kays a." Dcorn "dispatch, to the Daily Jlail. -Urls said tho fornier emperor in- tends to'present each ot his chil- dren with In Dutch money, "so they may continue to live in a manner befiltlnfe the Hohenzol Ibrns." Hclieved Revolver Discharged i L White He Was Handling., It of a PrancOjBrltian note'.relative, Greece because of its effect on the plebiscite-to bo" held on Decem mind.' :There 'evidently lias slrbag bbdy; of'support, says the Guar: of Viscount Grey s speech tbat party feelings must be put asido in a comruon'cffort to get the government, even now, to make their bill a possib'e means of settlement. U.S. anil De Valera Nov. offi- cial consideration'ha a" been given to a petition -of -Eammdn' Dn VSlcra, 'president of the Irlsli for .American recognition of Ireland, it stated'al the stato department yestorday Fires Follow-Explosions CORK, Nov. drapery stores on St. Patrick's street hero were com- plelely destroyed by fire today follow-1 ing a number of bomb explosions. The' damage Is cstlmatcd-at Keports from some nnartera allege that members'bj. the Tans, at the point ot revolvers, prevented the firemen's .operations and later ordered all helpers away from the' scene. In Tipperary this mornini; the Sinn Fein club were burned out. Prelude to' Further Ai'resls DUBLIN, Nov. in- formation was given the Associated Press this evening that the itrrcsls to- day of.Arthur (Jri.nUb. founder of the Sinn Fein, and.John'MacNelll ami E. 3. Duggan? Sinn par- lianrMit and cithers, was tho prelude of-a round-up ?.bf. a number of well-known tually or bcljevcd'." connected with tha Irinh: Republican movement. 'Some'form'of internment Is plan- ned and it in Intended lo hold the lot may be talieii from thp Greeks nnd placed under international control Greenwood Best4 Irish Secretary Canadian Making Good in Hard 'Life in Hands Grain Gro Calgary For Wheat Associated' London correspondent of Post declares that Sir Hamar Greenwood ic regarded In the clubs as the strongest Irish sec retary since Arthur Balfour held the position. Sir Hamar, Jt rs felt, carries his life his' hands, and his undaunted .attitude'and clear- statement of events ap- probation m club circles ol 'thcnriimcflnilely cnt wns told, Iho correspoud- Tho ofiioial who made the "statement said he believed no cliargo had yet afnal GrlfRlh or Ihe nrrests formulated that on for tlio lhat PORT ARTHUR TEACHERS QUIT p'nitT umibn, out, NO> 27 A large majority. ;0f_ Port Arthur's women .leccliers 'have -resigned be- cause 6f failure Of the; board of edii cation to m6et their demands for u new salary schedule for ''Wl The pres cnt hoard Ihougl t It a matter for jieU year's board -arid 'reforre'd' the7 matter on. It'la eipectcd will he reached without the he corning so Serious as'to' interrupt the work In the schools. fc CALGARY, Nov senting more than tthare- hbltlers in the -.prairie-prov- InceSj the delegates to the United Grain Growers' convention yester- day afternoon unanimously dorsed 7th'e proposal of the Can- adian Council of Agriculture for the creation of a co-op- erative pool to handle the wheat crop of 1921 and future years The Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator company at a meeting in Regtna on-Wednesday'of-this week' carried a similar resolution. The Saskatchewan company .has upward of 22.COO shareholders and' the total number of shareholders 'whose' representatives have', .en- dorsed the scheme are therefore approximately sixty thousand Thr. committee of, the Canadian Council1 of' draft- ed ihe proposal estimated that with 75000 contract holders, re presenting eight half'mil- lion., acres of wheat land, this gigantic undertaking could be launched successfully The U F A sectaries who endorsed the council's plan thl> week are rep fesentatlves of a body of both those mem- bership of these two.-companies and ?non-members, therefort. If the big convention held V week re- ffecis the op mon of Ihe farmers 'of'the west, as may. be' assumed, the-Canadian Councij; of AgricuE ture may now feel in proceeding with the details of tKelr' scheme. Doughfy's Arrnst To Bring Forth Some Startling elutiofts CHARACTERS OP UNDERWORLD TO 1TOHONTO. Nov.' CASE Toronto HE EXPRESSED WISH TO DIE, WITNESS SAYS "That" Ihe deceased, Joseph Romeo Jariteau.'-came to his death acclden- ally :by a loaded .gun, in hU-owii' hand, taken from his trunk and that blame in atlached lo anybody, was the verdict of the- coroner's jury leld In the mess room of'the barracks at three o'clock oil Friday afternoon. The inquest 'Coroner; jtuiuphrlcs, the following Hugh Taylor Wni. Hyssop, Robert McPhprBOh, Thomas Cowan and1 iianbev Tho inquest followed the finding'of the' bt the C." M.'P. lying'in i pool of blood, at a quarter Piist on Fridas, In barracks room No. 3. which he occupied as sleeping quarters :wlth others ot the force. He expired three-quarters ot. an hour after. wns lying face upwards, with towards the trunk of the deceased about a foot and a half away. -Ills tunic wns opened and oloocl was flov ing from a wound on the right side Lying on the traj of the IrunK, which wan open was a 45 police revolver .with the butt e id protecting over the side .of Ilia Iras, anil with an entpf> cartridge The shirt and the-skin showing that-lhe Jiullol had Centered at close quarters It passed right through the bodv, lodging In the .wail of tin, rgohi I -.Bullet Passed Through Lun0- Dr Taylor, who ac's ab surgeon to the'mounted police, was lha first W.H ness called and deposed that Yw.hen ha arrived about 25j mtnutssr SKer twelve, Dr Oalbralth was present as, tue police were not able to locate htm !GOT N E Wt JJbffi, RomamsIN, Brooklyn undertaker, who Was convicted of the larceny of one thousand gallons; of wood alcohprwhlch'.jvas alleged caused the deaths of 1CO persons in ConnectlcuOand Massachusetts last was sentenced yesterday to serve from three and "j a half to years ha d labor Bar Sinn fein FrohrDowningSt Houses of Parliament Also Clos- et) to Publics-Fear Rebel .Outrages Telegrum today publishes the foilowTin time He found the deceased on and: many.: persons coming up the .were refused ad in I SAYS IMPERIAL OIL IS BIG DISCOVERY MONTREAL, Nov. charge that tha .Imperial OH company, believed to be a subsidiary of the Standard Oil company, has found oil of high gradft Tn the local' ity of the Great Slave Lake and is seeking to conceal this from the Canadian public, Is In a statement by Robin A. flrookc, In tho Star today. has spent four sea-, sons in ihe MacKenzis.River bas- in, .between ths Peace River and the Arctic, first visiting the reg- ion "as assistant of Dr. E. M. Kin- dle, of 'tho.' Canadian -geological Ma returned the next three, tiajona to make private in- of the field, turning over his speelnicns to the Dom- inion, government and Alberta University and durlng''last sum- mtr was taking motion and .still pictures for the -Canadian field company and the .Dominion gov- ernment, the dls- :covery of the i'll, (Mr. j Brooke says: "And while press is charging Great Britain with an nttempl to grasp foi'eisn. ojl limits and .to exclude.foreigners from her own Imper- ial Oil .company- fa endeavouring to establish control In a British dominion jnd to discourage mfileadlng th'i Ddmin- ion's from! fiarticipAtJng in their country's wealttn- j_ _ National Council of Women Anxious For a Return lo (he Simpler Mode of Life I'KTBfinOUO. Nov. affiliated Interests use Iheir influence to bring about a return of the simpler mode of llfo And combat In the' hoine as well as In society, luxury, habits 'which lead to extravagance 'and 'dis- play ill dress, svas Ihe gist of .recpili- mendattons passed at the meeting bf Iho executive committee of the .Na- tional Council of Womeii held her.o yeslcrday afternoon.' This, -it! 'van argued, wag one of Hie greatest liclpn toward removing class ar.lmostly and discontent. Resolutions endorsed also include one for the encouragement of b'elter picture jilnisr, Ihe-use of educational films and for giving wonion lucre in- fluence concerning the censorship of films. The question of tho nient of woAon judges or assistant Judges in oil jnvcnllo courts was dis- cussed niiiVlho appointment urged of an adequate- number of womcn-on al] public commillees dealing wllli nifil- tcrs pertaining lo pubjlc welfare.- TWO MINUTE TORNADO DID DAMA'GE BEAUMONT, Tex Nov. 27 .One person dead, another missing and property of AJiproxImatc ly a hundred thousand dollars Is the result'of a tornado of two minutes' duratlon-.whlch .struck late yesterday at Port Arthur, Texas, a port near the coast art! on Sabine Lake A pdhion of the Port 'Arthur Canal and Dock Com- pany's sheds were'demolished by 'th'e storm. the erection of barriers eight feet high last exclude the public from Downing the adjacent Chartes housed of parlia- mehtSvere' tj the "public today from Isslon. .bltlclal nclton followed the do :entloii of ii strange man in'.Iho oulcr lobby of the bbiise of commons yes lertlay. Althoiigh no official slalemenl lias7 been issued, the Evening Stantl ard-says' il Has reason lo, believe Iho decision -to cloHe Ihe houses to Hie publldrhas an Imporlant bearing oi "Inisler Sinn Ecin; acllvities in this country. Want le British United States TO BAR CRAWFORD ST. JOHN, Ji, B., Nov. A number of citizens, including mem- bers of Hie 0. W, V. A, are laklng steps to prevent Lindsay Crau'ord ol creaking hern'fitxt WCCk. route, Cliidigo from Portland, Oregoii was arrested in connection mysterious disappearance last Decem ler of Ambrosa Toronto heatrical .The dispatch is dated Staples, Minn. "Amby Small's fate is very, near solution Jack Doughty the key i that' will' unlock. ;the 'door. There will be1 possibly four arrested if they, have not-al- ready, been, made.7 6ne of .them, a woman, the: others, well.known underworld characters on this side. Enough Is to acquit Doughty of actual.'ljart in the mur- der, for Small is'Ceatl. ''Exact details are. not .yet.'police records; there are many .blank spaces In the drab talc, -but with the 'data Doughty has supplied voluntarily and sometimes unconsciously, it .will be only a short lime until the plot is fully ratposed." According to the Telegram, corres pendent's Blory, Doughty told in de tall of his wanderings .since lie. luft Canada.' Concerning'- the .missiu, in the Telegram story says that Detective- Mitchell expects to locate them.. rnaTfc ?ceas j through a portion of the lung, might have grazed the upper bortfo-ii ot the iher 'the revolver cotl been shoi h) the hand of ed. and could haye been accidental ore intentional Ho had seen the deccas ed at bis office the diy regard to a vround he bad ruieived in slabbing affray some weeks lously, arid from which he had pra" tlcally recovered He had lost a lol ot blood at thit time and had been confined to the hospital for two weeks There wis nothing to indicate that there was anything mentilij vrong with him When my. da ceaaed on the Friday iio VTS in a comatoso condition. V. Wanted to Die Constable Edwin Tutin stated thutj he was tho first one to see the deceas- ed, after the shot was fired, at iv.quar- ter past twelve. He heard tliejshqt as .he was. returning, from stable 'duly and meeltflg Constables Gnl'noDfiiand Baynton thev entered the. room he going in first Ho saw the deceased lying ou his back with his feet to liis IrunK and found that he- had been 'S shot. He examined him and saw the millet wound Tho deceased was in CHARGED WITH THEFT FROM BANK OF 'BIG. AMOUNT VICTORY HONDS One of Urockvillc's in .HospHal S.; Han- croft, assistant 'majijag'cr1 of. thn. Jlcr- chanls Bnnk of Canada Branch at Oranviilc, was arreslcd last night en a warrhnt issued by .Manager A. I'Viispr, charging him Iho theft ot in Victory IJoiid's, tho properly uf William Day. man ilirector of the H." Lumber cnnipyiiy aiid placed In the bank for siife "keeping. JPMU.OBvcrlz.-i broker ami president of Iho (Icvcrlx Lumber Leading: I'd wllh 'rroft in Ihe Ihcft. Another "warrant Ijy the bank chai-geil. Gov- llROGKVlliliB: Out.. Nov. Lieut.'Ool. 'It. A. llowlc. SO uf age, one'of lirotrkville's loading jihysi-l nhcldentally klllecl Vliicoiit-no'i'aYil'.Ilosiilfal la when he fell '''u elevalor shufl, a distance of 12 or. 15 feet. Ho served overseas during the war, hbjug al differdtil periods second In ertz wEili obtaining jnoney from Iho by inerins o( a false-, stalc- jrcat pain and meaning lie Kept saying I want to die' and Inat lie iiatl done a good job Constable Louis'Ouimond -slated; that the deceased said I am shot' toj Iho best ot his knowledge lie- wis in m A Ufa Dollar NEW YORK. Nov. for tho Aeronautical applied lo Federal Judge, Hand yestcr- commune! of ihe Duchess a! Coniiaught an injunclloii restraining Cross Cliveden, chief Handlcy I'age. of England surgeon of .Moore "barracks Iiospital. fropi bringing into _tho United Stales' ghnrncllffc. chief of thi! surgical