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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XHL LEUffiBTOOE, ALBERTA; TUESDAY, NOVEMBER so, 1920 NUMBER 298 SINN FEIN SPREADING Frenzied Finance Artist of Bos- ton Gets Five Years in Jail FAMOUS FRAUD; CASE IS BROUGHT TO END CORK CITY HALL SEK ON FIRE; DOWNING AN ARMED CAMP Now to Prevent Sinn Fein and Tans" Make Reprisals for MacCroom Fast Ag- groaching the Breaking Point BELFAST, Nov. city hall at Cork was set on fire this morning and reports from that, city state the Thomas Ashe Sinn Fein Club and the Chailotte quay aie ablaze. Much damage has been done, it is stated. King'and. Queen Closely Guarded LONDON, Nov. Evening said the protective measures included precautions at Buck- ingham Palace, while the royal family is there. The precise nature of precautions cannot be disclos- edj' the newspaper states, "but they are elaborate. When the King and Queen arrived yesterday there -were consid- erably more'uniformed police around the palace than usual, and the militaiy guaid also was strengthened." Goes the Whole Hog DOWNING STREET, AN ARMED LONDON, NOT buildings in London man> of tho other large cities o( Enslind were closelv guarded against Sinn Fein attacks by of police and detectives last night In .BOSTON, Nov. proprietor of the get rich quick which thoutahdi of per- sons Invested millions of dollars before It collapsed last August, pleaded 'fluilty to" using mails in a scheme to defraud, In the today. five 'years In the [jjy- mouth county jail, was; Imposed by Judge Hale. The court took into consideration only the first count'of one Indictment of 43 counts, in .Vvhlch; it was charged had represented falsely that1 he was able to pay interest at ths rate of 50 per cent in 45 days from profits thistle In inter- natronal postal reply coupons Rumania Asks Time To Pay Her Debs Io Canada Tangled Skein 'of is Now Receiving Attention 'At Ottawa hill tho people ot the city 'ascribed on j- It to that organization Tho homo, i affairs is. now receh hg close slud> there tfl by hme an. mse, IMS heard over a wide area of the Southampton flocks In order to pro tect the propert> and shipping LABOR COMMISSION TO PROBE REPRISALS LONDON Nov he labor com mission at inqutrj Into tne reprisals m-Jre'Iand-Iett for Dublin this.niPrn- iug.'i'.Tho party: comprises jt expects to spend a mission, (Continued on Page this city tlie patrol was not limited to] oE tha the streets bnt armed motor boats [v and [he lator executive moved up and down the Thames m front of tho parliament buildings "With. Downing Street Ha imme Bliut off from the rest ot thj clt> h) a high fence, willed was under Ihc 'eyes of uni formed with the parliament buildings sentineled, government sec tiou8_ot assumed thi itmosphoro camp WAREHOUSE There Is connect the SmnJFem an'explosion ot a la a ;warehouso ,in Swan Lane, this city, early this morn at the hands ot both imperial tdiJui authorities for, from botn. Great Britain and Canada, Humauia has re teitcd largo; fiiiarclal advanced in tho way ot sWhat the' commit- _ments of Great -Brilaln not known here- but'In- tho. naso of both' Orcat'Brltafn and ot Canada, Rumania is asking for .'extended: time In which io meet'-her "interest payments on credits advanced. TUp original, authorized Canadian cred.t to Ki.mania was Ot this sum, Canada has actually advanc- ed the principal now due by Japanese Will; Idf Press For- Race Equality Bide Their Tln.e That End the League Hears Rumnnia to tie Dominion. tion there Is accumulated In addi- interest, Tho first interest payment fell duo on October 1." The amount wna the city and blew out the windows ot buildings nearhy It started a ilro, Dut the firemen who were on Iho scene, almost; Immedtateljv.suc- ceedcd in extinguishing the flames be fore they gained headway. street where tho warehouse js, situated -has been closed bv tho police It is a nirron thoroughfare near London brldgo and contains no duelling houses... Experts irard-ejam- Ined the building today, nobody being permitted to-enter'tho offices on tho upper floors.- Jt seemed, evident that the was but slight beversl firms, shipping agents but th.o Rumanian government has not mut It, and is asking for an extension of time till April .1, 1921. By then; iit- terost duo will amount to Under the terms, of the agreement both, principal and Interest have to be paid; off by' CARESS OF HIS DOG RESULtEtTlN DEATH Nov.. 30.-VThe caress of his doa resulted Iti the Klllina..'of.' Herbert .Ware, a hunt- was leaning on his rifle ln''the woods when the dbg in and in so- doing '.stepped on .tho trJaaer the discharging the bullet into Ware's'right LEAVE OF''APPEAL GRANTED. LONDON, As- voclated r privy cpuncll today granted leavo to appeal In tho Royal Trust company vers'ui the fi- nance mlnlstci- of Urlllah Columbia questions relat- -ing to the.succe'sBion of duties ol the estate of Iho late Sir Win. Van Horne. BUJLLETINS WILSON :TO MEDIATE tN ARMENlSfl SITUATION WASHINGTON, Nov. 30.-- PresWent .Wilson hat, accepted the Invitation of the .League of Nations to act as mediator In the Armenian situation, Mr. Wllson'siaweplance Is con- dltloned'unon the use of moral In- 1 fluence, ,Ha txplalns tnat lie without authority tm-ploylftree without the LEAGUE ARRANGES AN ARMISTJCE LONDON; Nov. League of Nations cdrnmlsslon 0? control has an arnilsllco be- tween Lithuania and General the insiirgenn com- mander at Vllna, according, to 9 Kovno dispatch which reached L6ndon this evening. The armistice, the message fo go Into effect today. and manufacturers' used this building. SEVERAL ARRESTS IN LIVERPOOL Several men suspected ot setting fire to the warehouse in Liverpool on Saturday night'are-under .arrest. It Is claimed by .the police that "gun- men" from the, United, Slates aro In that 'and: assertion; that men wanted In .Ireland for shooting policemen have' crossed The fln'-j Saturday night's fires In Liverpool ,ii estimated nt pouudsUlerllng. MBLACK AND TANS1'' MAKE REPRISALS The killing of IB.pbliCo recruits at Jfacroonv Ireland, yesterday, already has been followed by reprisals! by the "Black and It Is -reported thcro Is otjfrlghloiied peo: pie from foyins. hear where rer crults Masked men.entered and'sei fire to the butldlnE'housmg'the' Diihlln Free- man's Jourh'al Consider- tho'; building. Scoresi'dt arrests, havd been mado lii' various districts of Ireland, onions tho places raided by military forces being a lunatic asylum near Enhis. Glasgow and the, Clyde shipbuilding district have been placed Under close guard Is declared by tho auth- orities thst'mniiy'Sinn Felners nro known to ho in Scbiland.' LUNATIC ASYLUM. IS RAIDED KNNIS, County; Clare, Ireland, Nov. mllllnfy, contingent yesterday ralJeil the Clare- near Ennls." One Inmate to ohoy an'order to halt was shot dead, It Is asserted. GLASGOW FEARS SINN FEIN LONDON, Nov. to tho latest Information on the Sinn Fein invasion of. English cities, It Is report- ed' that Glasgow; Jms boe-n .provided "jvith police, who-are guarding municipal -and other' whllo tho.docks and quays of Iho Clyde, arc being strongly it Is slated that for a Ipng'limo the' aulhorltles hare had knowledge I hat a large group 'of Sinn Seiners .'resided.In Glasgow and nelghborlopc't. Kxira police h'iwo beon provided for GENEVA, Nov. Jap anese delegation, will not make any proposal for racial equality at this cession of the the League of Nations, it was an nounced by Ishu at this morning's fiesslorvbf the assembly. 'Japan will patiently bide her'time, slid Viscount Ishil, 'until an oppbr fune moment shall-present itself, Tho Japanese delegation, had also decided to withdraw its pro test against' annual iheiHIngs of tha assembly, although requires' flvast Frldav night Mr Flshft held a meet' IB at Corbin at which the minister' of. public works, Br King was prea ent and upon the road situation n general and the application of the sjstem which, had pursued jrovlnciv Much had been said In crlt iclsm tha manner in which, the gotl ornmentvhad handled the road; work on tho MacGiharyCorWn wagon road which had not jiroceeded as as'.vished hy the citizens at, that flourishing camp Dr Klng'SSow ed his audience that the been taken up during the last ses Ion of the-houso and ho had road In list of roads that must com- pleted nt the earliest possible mom eat The chair at the Corhln was taken by Mr F W.lteger Mr Fisher and bopi ad, dressed voters A full f house Trhose Tiame had'be en _ tn connection with tho Con 10 leadership Mr Henry was ot ngrlculturo m the lato Heftt'st government FOUND BOOZE IN COAL CARS GOING ACROSS BORDER (From Our Own Correspondent) FEUNIB, Nov. (he can- didate's arid their heoii on a hunt for votes, not always a still hunt; Chief Lawson and Constable Dun- lop.'miide-a still hunt "It. the Great Norlhern Elation morning and nnearthed. eighteen cases of liquor! storttd away In the boppers of some of cars hilled tor- tho border. Tlie Great'. Northern hotel. here I n also, short some fourteen cases of tho an auto., Iho decisions of'both the r.ssemnly and the .council. Some iomplex- aueatlQhs regarding tha relatidris between1- tho mscmbly and the council.wore reserv- ed, by the commUtfe tor further con- sideration. tha league, but intermittent, and that forhlfden.beverage, found in'Bi Iho execullye.bouncll is the permanent power, with the secrelariat as the CbK- COt-ORADO DANK tlnuoas'medium for the execution of COORS The Farmers'.' National .Bank-of.Sterling, a member of the federal rcservo sys- was closed The-bank Is said'to have.had extensive Ipans am- of this Conditions of the electorate at the polls Little n-Ulng on Iho result has been done, nit both and supporters erprcss'vconflderico m the outcome Wohien Wield Ballet will greatly Inflit enoo tho vote, ore tbe large nu-nber of indonendont and labor candidates seeking election, and the voto of the yomen for the first time caai their ballots in a provincial elec tlon There are over 200 COO voters on the provincial lists and it is es pecieaVthat approximately 1500 DO will exercise the franchise tomorrow W J Bowser, 1C C opposition lead er, spoke to thrco crowded meetings here last night and at the same lime Premier Oliver addressed two Inrgq Liberals hold a final Constantino a valets bavo arrlTeihere with boxes and trtnke Todar they were busily In caring for the uniforms Consisntluo Intends ttf wear nhen he returns The French, legation staff was pact ing up this afternoon i" of orders to leav.0 Athens. Allied Warships Meaning P AIll S, Nov.' 30.-rWith referenc o to the concentration oMruportimt' French and British nival forces In Greek wftcrs the foreign office explained today that several French and British warships were being sent to riraeus, the port ot Athens to assure protec tlbn for French and -British nationals in tho event of disorders during the plebiscite of December 5 and after it. Australia Has Record Wheat ff 0 tf fy 4 ff MRS. JIM VAUGHN FAILS TO GET DIVORCE KENOSHA, Wli Nov Divorce proceedings brought ntrEhist James Vaughn, pitcher for tre Chicago National league bascbair'.clul) hy his wife were dismissed' today the circuit court- Kenosha. 4 f, Third: Largest Crop in History -r-ttorernment Guarantees 1 Price of An. Increase. of :acre3 fn the areas planted In wheat' In AiiBtralla Is reported hy the at Mel; hourn'e.V .The 'total atreage Is placed at cousiderably moro-than ten million acres and a bushels; or betvresn 13 nnd1 14 hiiahcls to the Acre Is estimated; this 'ostlmKte !a realized. It will ba 'yield In Australia with two 1516-17 with and '152.00P06 bush, els respectTveiy -ifnafkcled., -TheVgovernnierit has guaranteed: an ndVahco -16 tho grower if a Ireehel for -.whosl delivered -at country raliroaaretatldna, "which Is 'equivalent b'oard' sieamei1.' "To this guarantee 'the government of tht slats' Wale's has addei 61 cents all wheat LEAVES j ST. JOHN, Nov.' Thomas 'has been general 'manager fof the St; John '-street railway >for- the past -two years, severed hls'eonnsetion.wlth the ccmiany last ntght; He will becomo' associated with a Toronto company. He was formerly street railway superiritendsntof'Calflary. C. P. R. TO PUSH WORK ON E.0. AND H.C, RAILWAY No'vV SO. 1'reailer Charles Stewart of Alberta today saw W. Realty. pr6sidenl of the C.H.I on the Edmonloni piinvegun and-Brl Slump In Prices ndlence on Thursoay night, y----T__ ver by, Mr. R. Hurts the local mer 1 taut i good order matkMjil te proWedlngs 'At there was anbth'er ood meeting'and after the ad dddressed the the- nffaSr as turned into a very pleasant ng party when all.polltlcal es were forgotten j }JV Thcro 1a to he a meeting tonight in ic Grand Theatre hero, at vhlch Isher-rand Mr. Anderson, ot Vanccii- er, will speak for the government :de ot the contest and the andldates have been InviM to talre' jrt ThiLWill probablj the peaking campaign anil the different ommittees will devoto the last efore election to arranging thelrj orocs for the battle ot tho ballots on Vcdnesday l! NORTHWEST STATES' FARMERS IN NEED OF CASH ASSISTANCE SIOUX S. 0.; Nov. Senator Ed. S. Johnson of'South Dakota telegraphed the president yesterday urging immediate finan- cial relief for farmers and live- stock producers of the northwest states. The message stated that conditions are extremely serious. Help In Sight CHICAGO; Nov. Livestock' Inance corporation today comple'ed ts organization and Is ready to'beglt ts work of assisting the livestock In' it was announced after a meet ng of the officials-of the association anil others-Interested In the Industry. Tho'corppratiort wfts lanncheV! witli a pool Of contributed by N'ew .York! Chicago and Boston bankers'atHts'disposal to used'in making t GREEKS AV1LL PAY DEBTS TO CLEVELAND, 0., Npy. SO.-r Price reductions averaging 20 per' cont. of women's clothing announcca'at tha opsnlng ycsler-': day.of tho style show of the Cleve- land Manufacturers' composed of 4S manufacturers of women's garments. Conditions Mending NEW YORK, Novi lan; from .var- ious .parts ol tho United States, -widely Ing of factories closed durlng-tho'-: 'industrial- re-adjustment nre taken. In New (York busIiuSss- circles as Indlcating'lho o( n gradKal (zprovemenl. In ness ces Iho opening of pjaDtft Is at- tended with announcements of lower wage schedules or. curtailed working llrae. hnve to fronl to J2.07 bush- el to s'd've" the goycrnraont loss In tho Ifahsaetldn.' MANITOBA .IN HOG CLASSES CHICAGO, Nor. H. Corn has :ir.ad3 H great killing on hogs at the international livestock show, winning the champion- ship foY of 'gredc harrows against >trohs competition; first on "griide Itarrpws nnd second on Individual grade harrows weighing anil 350 ppunds, TARIFF Nov. for Important advances In ftuslonm duties is. mailfi'ln the tariff blli-prcparod Tho increases Includ'or' nearly all kinds of imports; company. I'remlor Stewart said night that the outc.Pino was very sails- actory, as the work 6h tbo line will ie pusheil with tba'utmost speed and with such as now prevails a great deal sho'te than ox- jected Is certain' accomplished this fall. ATHENS, Nov. Greek gov according, to its .newspapei orjan, will shortly address a new not? to the allied powers setting forth.Its policy and declaring that It will as- sume all tbe obligations contracted Iho Venlzellst administration towaro tho allies. This will apply not only to political anil but also to financial and economical matters, all of which will lie MISSING DARGE: AND MAY BE SAFE SDATTL10. Nov.'-' Possibility that the'1'missing-IvirVo W. J. '1'Irrie with 3B irersons. aiioard. may have weathered last week's storm off tha Washington const'-Mid found shelter on (lie wlnd-swepti shores 'of'Van' couver Isltimr Indicated. >ln a wireless inossngft tho s'teamor Rmpresa of received he'r'o IP' day, Io the effect, that a. schooner without topmasts, similar in appear unco In the bcosi atfoh ncdd ing. for tho island. Gets Two Deer, With; One Sfot J, 11, Nov 10 The killing of dey- tingle bullet ia Reported by Mar ftfll Jof'thlg town Hill flrer! 'nt a large1'btfok'wlilch ImiHMfatV- ly ha reached file spot where the bnck hSd1 stood" he found ho-hnd killed a AM; lowing tho trail a short distance Ihp came upon lift pf tho .Tho bullet Dad passed Ihrough-Iho neck buck into the IfcaiJ tlie ;