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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xm. LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA; 'MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1920 Doughty flow In Toronto With Police., 000 Missing Bonds SEES CHILDREN FIRST TIME IN 11 MONTHS TORONTO, Nor 29 John nho was chased airobs the. cofimpnt and was recently ar'estcil in Oregon Cliy, in connection with ihe nivstcrlous disappearance a ago ot tanbrqse. J Small, threatrlcal mag nato, today Malted the home of his sister, yrs LovatL in this iity and re JOHN DObGHTY Secretary to Ambrose Small arrest- disappearance of Smal >ealed there to polico authorities, the jcd ta cit rj SA., m connec hiding place of worth of Can 1.._ adfa ing P' Hecent neceni it ear ago Inspector Gnthrlc was asked to whom the bonds now belonged. He refilled: "They -are' tho bonds of Ambrose. J.. Small, which were taken from the safely deposit valut in the Dominion Bank on of Decemler 2, and for Iho theft ot John Doughty is now held." Nothing was gnen pub today as lo slalemenU by 'Doughty regarding the nctual disappearance.of Ambrose J. Small. .claims" tfoal :lhls is be- off he Unemployed Vets Want Coal and Food J. Harrj nn at Tor- onto Meeting Patience is EX-KAISER1N IMPROVES DOORN, Holland, Nov 29 -The former German emf ress, Au- gustua Victoria, whose ilness from a heart attack took a turn f6r the, worte yesterdayYwas re'pbrtetf bet- ter this mornjna. The ex im It; was said; hati passed a good night. COUGH UlUftllRU Four in Running for in Toronto This Week GEN. ROSS SAYS 'FARSJfiHlSllNEMIES In tlio Toronto leadership ct ttfe party, be dfelied at a convention lot party here this week, and a fifth o' H P Hill, furvWest Is also menUoned slbUlfy Tho four In Hon G Howard for Qrenyllle, ests ment snt asd at prese'n.Kte rvalue loader Wpls ton and Hon for East York. convention will dav aftDrnoon and the eader Aill probably b da> large arious coii'-HUieneles !B a expected tho Spc.ikiug at _. General Ross tbre: on that the and Li als should and order to rre3ont a solid This, sent'mcut, cheered and lieartil) endo meeting L riencls of In thaJBrooklju Eagie ICE CADETS FEIN VICTIMS to loudly byihfl Hosi County Qork, Nov. auxi- vrere killed and, one cadet moi tally lesult ofvan ambush by behveen 70 and of heie, last evenmg. is v Crake, were pa- they were ambushed. t ronlo Intimating that Dr Koss migiit hfs Be'at In tho leglslatrirajdr a according to the Kug Standartl which on Sai-unliydtt dared that Dr lloss could not 'be bought off bv a senatorshlp oc any- T t in mm m nw tv JUIIL.MU Report That He Had Already Left Switzerland for Greece Endeavoring to Win Allies Over to Allow Former King to Resume on Move. ATHENS! Nov IE probable that former King Constantme will not return at once to bW after the plebiscite to be held on December 5, a number deputies and ministers may gc-i to Switzerland'to the: result of'Ihe vote. Every effort Is being made to'wlrj of iFrance and Great Britain, which Is taken to that Greece Is, disposed to remain, pro-ally. Important British: and at Phaleroh t from So far no foreign' ministers have left AtlfenK CONSTANTINO STllL AT LUC ERNE Nov. former Constantine of Greece has already left for Athens are officially de nled here He has no intention of leaving Lucerne before the Greek plebiscite next Sunday f Greek for Albanian Throne ATHENS, 29 Serious consU eratloh' U being.giyen Adinlral.Coun- douriotis, former.regent of.Greece, for the throne ot. Albania, tays a report published by the-newspaper 'Embrbs. French .Warships to-Greecs" TOULON. Trance, French battle-Sip left here [or Piraeus, Ernes i. Ilcnan departed for the- eame destination last.nlglit -while the armor- ed cruiser Rousseiu, which lias been at Constantinople, arrived at Piraeus frldaj. One more battleship, three cruisers and several torpedo boalb been ordered to proceed'to Piraeus "and" the I rench.will Imo p formidable squad ron in that port bj December r, the date on which the plebiscite regarding the return ot Cor.Etantiiie will be held. CoaWale Steer, League of Nations May Have to Defend Inactivity in This War f TORONTO, Nov. a mass of reiiirne'd-Soldiers in Massty Hall.'here; last night, J. Harry organizer' of. the Grand Veterans, declared that 'the patience of the returned soldiers who were out of employment and without money with which to buy food and provide comforts for their wives and faflillfasj'was about ex- hausted.. demanded 'that they be provided with i coal and food and shelter for the winter STR.IKE'SETTLED ST, JOHN, N B, NOT 29-Cana dian Pacific Railway freight handlers setlled their differences with the com- jtany on Saturday afternoon. The compiny raised Its offer one half cent, agreeing to pay 58 cents' an hour The freight handlers at first demand- cd-7o cents an-hour. Drowns Within Sight of Big Crowd on Shore MONCTON, N. B., Nov. 20.r- (Drowned In sight of scores unable to. render assistance was the Ira- of Thomas Kougere, a resident of Shediac Island, who allCmpleil to reach tho.mainland during tho heavy storm that pre- vailed nlong.-the coast recently. He left Shedlao Island about 10 o'clock in tho morning in.a row 'boat alono to cross Shediac bay to Shediac brldgo. When about 20i) from the mainland boat got caught In tho heavy wasli arid ho was uuahlo to extricate himself. Tho predicament was ob-> served from the mainland and ef-. forls were made lo rca.ch litin, but, without avail. He rcmaincjl in' perilous. position until-half past four In tho afternoon. Being bonnmljoj by the cold .and fearing that llicre was Illtio chniicc of help, reaching: hlrn, ho decided ralhor than, face freezing lo death or-drowning, during the to try ami.reach1 shore by -walking over .Iho; drift siibA' and Ice. .Ho fastened tv.'o' boards 'on his feet to act as anoWHoes, anil cSaricd for He succcoilod in gotllng.bnly a yards from Iho boat sank from sight. It was th's opinion ot those dovls- Ing means tb reach the 'tmfortuh- ato had he remained in the bo'at Vhe would h'rivo been Ho leaves a wjclow anil 10 chil- dren, who live oil .'ISliedliic Isl- and GOODS IN 'Is One .of University fifteen 1 Has Splendid Exhibits. GENEVA, Nov, oE a permanent mandate commission and election, of a successor.: Heginala as high commissioner at-Dantzig were two important matters befora'the counclbot the League "of Nations when It met here believed that-somo of portant work before the council and the assembly of the will.be ac; complished during tho coming week. Committee reports aro rapidly be- ing put into final form and several filhoo laid before the assembly be lore Saturday night, It is stjd Among' the morer important ions which will come-before the semhly this, weck'-la tho question :0t admitting Aiistria Bulgaria to the League o! Nation's Discuss _ Russian -Situation Delegates, to the meeting of iho as- sembly are.awaiting with k-eenost.Iri. terest the probable discussion tomor row of a'motion proppcod by Gcorgo Barnes of Great Ve- yarding .between Poland and Russia. .It is reported Mr. Barnes may attempt'to put the league :in a lOsltion Its inactivity In that war, hut there is a imposition-on Lha-part of. the delegates-not lo-per- mit tho subjects to reach any decisive Issue. For the last two days European dele- gates have been dividing their-'alien- Lion between the sessions of the as- sembly here and the meeting of Prem- iers i.eygues and Moyd George In Ijondon. Tho-decision of Great Brit- ain an rl France regarding Greece and the Near East Is awaited wHti.mucli concern. Many delegates contlnne to discuss tho probability ot GreeceMos Ing its place on ths council1 of the league If Constantino .'returns to. the throne. Most of the delegates have Ilie'im- prcssion that the frsl reply of Presi- dent Wilson to the council's note rela- (ivo'to Armenia will be p'erfunctbry not committing the United Statbs in any way, nor definitely rejecting' the offer. Mr. answer Is expect- ed to arrive within tho next Jew days. Approve Mandates Commission GENEVA, Nov. council ot tho League of Nations'Ihfs morning approved, the final, draft of the pro- ject of tho permanent mandated eonV mia'alon, definitely accepting tho llvo proposal to havo tho commisalon comprise jive non-rar.nilafory and four mandatory 'iiowcrE. It-was decided that all Iho'members be chcse'n by Tho permanent It is forecast, probably >'lll.rjieet onca.a ySar nt the" "mfnislrAtlon of. tho. niamfale-holdlns Detailed piles for, the com mission ratified -by council. r. OTTAWA, hov Canadian' If tho manufacturer, labor andilhe'.-farmers togethbr as one man we need have no sfcar as to the declared Hon J D Reid, minister of railways an'd'caualB, who returned-loday-to'bls office after spending a holiday iK'.Eng- France. :6ald' He- was greitly benefitted by the trip, which'he'had greatiy Although overseas on privayg business, took advan tage ;of the to inquire closely ns to conditions' In Kngland and-on the continent.'atid 'he reached the, conclusion that in'toth'England nnd not as good as might was much unemployinent was feared .that tho; government of hotli countries would have great .difficulty in prevent- ing discontent. ..-From several Ameri- cana and. had been in Germany, DrvReld stated that he had learned of active preparations to build up, a large German .eiport trade and-unless: Canada was careful, there appeared to be a danger that a large amount of'German-made goods might be .dumped.in Canada iAs thesresult'qf his visit abroad the minister Bafisfled that Canada was in a belter position than 'any other country and hs'thpught that that posi- tion could-be maintained and'improv- ed upon-if tSefe.-was-reasonable co- operation b.etwee.n the various classes so essential to the progress and suc- cess ol' a'.'country. line provinces, of Canada have f ei- hibils of some kind: at the great Inter- national exhibition of Ihcstock hay and grain which Is to be staged here for the next seven days Alberta has 15 steers .-.entered by Lhe University, eligible in of. classes, and a very extensive ex- hibit of grain and grasses in the ha) and grain show There are 12 or lo exhibitors of hard, spring and other varieties of wheat; of oats, the oat exhibit rbelitg'ona of the largest in tho shows and -is 'especial- ly interesting as p.ractically all the exhibits have been grown from "egis lered Then Alberta has barley, rye, field peas anilva'good'e'xhiblt of alfalfa. Altogether the Alberta exhibit is an excellent quo and floes credit to the province Hi every particular. SELKIRK PLAYERS WILL SWEAR NOT GETTING MONEY CALGARY, Nov. by three and" was. for Selkirk hockey, players that they, had, spring, when he Intends >een offered an> other i to return to railway conslncllou ,han permanent (o como and learning from Borao of his Calgary, and slating thai .they would; friehdii that1 lie might secure a place declare under eath present In came hero and obtain jonua or other remuneration had ed work X bten ind that they did not] Harry Oliver, Reuben Bnmlow ami expect 10 receive anvthlrtg other than jocko Aliderion of last season's Sel :helf legitimate eatary for work, the featiirr- nf morning session ot (Contlnu. :he the Al tierta, branch of-the amiteur union, called to probo reports that theao men hid infringed on the" union' rules. Mervln Uulton, of year's Winni- peg club also appeared before tho committee and stated he had been unable lo secure work-in Winnipeg .ort- Pagt Five.) Many Victims In Explosion Italy LONDON, Nov. still envelop the ruins of .a large fac- tory at Vcrgato, Italy, where an occurreti on sayo a Milan idlspalch to the Ex- ctisnge-Tclegraph company... The .disaster greater than at first havoc wrought be enarmous, there belna mariy-' victims. The. explosions continue on every side, It Is.said. 'trains running toward Vergato from Milan have been suspended as the majority of the, railway: brfdg. l.n'ltho district by 1 SPECULATION CAUSES cnrsis IN COTTON INDUSTRY IN CHICAGO Nov -Slx'out-of-the C.P.R. President Satisfid Withv. Probe of Rates If cst is Discriminated Against WantgltToBe Kemoved WINNIPEG KoV 29 Press Inqulrv Into ffelgjjt and passenger rates, which will early bii launched by the Hoard of Hallway Commissioners, Is satisfactory to, the Canadian Pacific, ftallway, nccor'ding1 tb 11 TV Bcatty, president, who'reach ed JMnnlpeg last nlghl Irih.rtiy ordered "by, the' rail one of tha sleors being at Chicago by the Alberta University !xi a" splendid Hereford donated to the U" by John Davidson ot the Good Luck .Coaldalc. k hope people and tnat the will fix the relatlveness of the rates' between the east and irest in a riKB-i ner satisfactory Farther, I hope thcl1 tho Terdlct will be of such a nalnre1 as to remain in existence (or some time "it discrimination has been found' to east and i it Tilll be declared the president Mr Beatty said that ho was mi i Western Canada at this time more in connection with the 1921 estimates. Oil this'trip he would- i not go fiirlhei1 west than i There are no jiew improvements riri mind'for-the diatricc arbumi> :WIniii- peg, said the president, and he" coujd make no announcement at present about plans for the temtorv furtbp" west beyond that a new pier would erected at Vancouver. ProUalon for thh work would be made 19 lhi> 1921 and.the type; of'pier, to bo Mullt in the new year Construction would bo proceeded the work' Iikely 'being compleled within is months. KILLS MANY TANGIER, Nov. per sons lost their in spout which yesterday laid waste sections of A number of houses' collapsed during -the storm unpre cedcrited violence. APPROVE TREATY KO1IB, Nov. 29.-iOn Saturday tho rtnmhnr of approved' tho treaty ot Kopallb fega'rding Iho Ad- riatic problem by .i 'vote of 221 to 12. forty-two deputies V abstained- .from --Those who ab.tfalned "SCOT" 'KEEPS THE WORLD MOVING TORONTO, Nov. eighth anniversary gathering ot.vSt. Andrews Society of Toronto day; afternoon, Prof. J. A. bf Quoon'1; Klnglson Odt. paid tribute to "the Scot" made his mark In tho world as no other email and similarly had done, and Prof. clareil that the great war had proved that the Scot'was not hepomlng'de- cadent. Ho admitted, hciwever.jthat tho Scotchman was to a certain'ex.-. tent, losing his national, character, but ha took comfort in.the thought that the loss to tho individual In this _ voling on the treaty wore- Socialists, j regard was a. gain for. tho masses CAIRO; Nov. spec- ulation following the armistice Is de- clared "Id have .beCn resiionsibla ror the ftdvftnco'ln cotton prices .In 1910 which carried the product to n point three hii'Sdred per cent, higher than, a statement regarding Hie crisis in the cotton Industry is- sued by government. The present.world-wide In ex- siiys, arrested spec- ulation and compelleil tlie owners of cotton ;ld enter (he market.. Gunmen Take Part In the Irish Rebellion N'ov. from the .I'nited Stales arc said io have made Iheir appearance in London- derry, Ireland, according to advices received here today. The presence of these mercenaries In Dublin and oth- er Irish citlea have' been previously rororleil. The military authoHties of are. taking'a1.! precaut Ions In the event of.'altcniplcd assqs- inflations. The police of Mvcrpool, iltspal.ches from thai city say, also believed Un- ited Slales gunmen havo Invaded Liv The police report they .have established connection between .Sinn Kclh hcadquarlera and numerous strangers arc idling iboiit ._ __......_ y-------- filre'cis In groups of. two or three would end the present condition having the appcaraiico .of ilfspcraioes, I of affairs In Ireland. Italy May Interfere ROMR, Nov. of the Italian chamber of deputies and .sed- ate have received a strong protest concerning the lalest serious in Ireland from, the Irish clergyf Jidad? ed by CardtaaV Lofcue, nrcbbishop of Vrn-igh I'acU enumerated in the protest and the language jirmlnrcd n prnfnunrt Imprfilldn, peclilly among members of lha Cath olli parts, it as erted, havo taken a 'decided aflltudo In favor 61 Ireland. It Ib cipecleJ filieslions will pre Edntc'.l In tho chainher' and senate, asking :tho government if it'IS-.not for i friendly power lo Intel fere either directly or Ihroilgh top league of to obtain a solutloW ;