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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XIH. Un-HBRlDGE. NUMBER 251 Alberta Only Askiiig for James Weir, M.P.P.; Tells Tariff That Farm- ers Are Not After Free Amongst Mine on Protective Policy. Oct. farmers do not want absolutevfree trade, but de- sire a revision of .the UrIH to ..re- duce-the'tax burden on farm im- accordins James Weir, member for Nanton In the provincial legislature. 'He styled Mmself :-the only Independent farmer member of the house, when he appeared before the tariff commission today In the city hall. He told the commissioners that were -'to seVthe tariff revised to allow of a protection-" being 'granted manufacturers, that.never in.his ence with them had He heard, them ask for-'absolule free trade. Coal operators in the province wisli present modertle tarift maintained im, imports of coal, according to slater meat presented OH behalf of tbe Mine Operators' Association by-W. P. Me- secretary. This farill. it was stated, .is-.fiecessary to ensure the ex-. mansion of Alberta, mines and to as- domestic market for the Tro- ducts! .Coal mining In the province, ha said, Is hot-at tie present time' on a profitable' basis, but au-assured mar- ket in and Eastern Ontario is capable ibt'.enoruious development in the next fewyearj." j. Gouge, Drtt'niheller, mine opera- tor, presented'a minority report from tbe association; m 'which lie claimed that'.protection ;is essential to raining industry, and that the docu: inent presented by was a friendly feeling toward the manufacturers' association on tbe part of the mlue operators. He denied that.tlie present tariff could be called a' protection'., Thu commission conclude, the Cal- gary sessions qt rioon today end go to Edmonton on the'.night train. Sessions'.will.be held 'there Wednes- day. v He Believes it is Only Solution Be Offered With Hontst Background LdKDOS, Oct. a communica- tion printed In the London Times to- day, Herbert H. Asq.ullh, former prem- ier, declares that he is "convinced that the bestowal upon Ireland of the status of au autonomous dominion, in the fullest and widest sense, Is.lhe-'oaly solution of the Irish'problem. To'ac- complish, Mr. Asq.ulth, it Is necessary _to "make the Irish people OPERATED V PULP MILL POSSIBLE IN ONARIO, 'TIS SAID Ooti. Co n- itructior. ed and a jjovertment operated pulp mllt'.ln the Nlplgon region, to from .the hy-iro- electrlc plant In that vicinity' to re-. celving favorable cohilderatlon from the.-pnUrlo "bluet Three to One Victory i For Indians In First Game o World's Series believe that what is offered comes also a reliable from an honest and source.: With reference to-Viscount Grey's recent proposal concerning Ireland. Mr. Asnuith says: "I cfmnpt bring myself to cointem- as a counsel of ultimate despair, our final he seems to the trust whicli iiistory. has imposed upon v. (Coutlnueil ou Page Five.) DUKE OF'DEVONSHIRE CANCEtS-ENGAGEMENTS Oct. It Is offl- dally innounced that owing to 'a saveire .-Diike :of De'vonehirejuas been oblised to caiipel engagements.- He iniVictorto for .a few 'v.-1 i Agree With Proposal of Investi- gation Made By Commit-' tee of One Hundred NEW Oct. prompters of the mittee 'of one hundred on Ireland" re- cently formed Ih'the tlnlted States for tho purpose of holding "an impartial anil thorough investigation" into alleg- ed outrages" .-'committed in Ireland, yesterday-received a numbers of the .British- labor' party endorsing the idea of nn investigation but declaring at the same time that .it would ,be impossible for them to co-cneiato with held in tbe United States. They declared any such investigation should bo belli in.Trc- KESWESI Held by Absentee No.Resistance -.Was" Offered Building For Great Convention Burned; Delegates Escaped TOKYO, Oct. building in which thb world's Sunday school con- "veutlon hero .was to bo held >vas burn- pil just before'the opening of the con- vention-today. -The building' waa crotvdei with the delegates but the doorkeopers. ..express belief that nil escaped. Canada Represented TORONTO, Oct. to information niado public today b> Ilcvv.' If. "C. Priest, secretary of- ilia Cunadian Forward Missionary move meiil, Canada sent 85 delegates tu tbe convention.- The building whicl -v.-as burnod this morning was'ereclei especially for the occasion.at an eaii cost-Of yen or Delegates from Australia and Circa llfilain also woro In attendance. Pacific planes.-'with'; a.1 cruising-, radius suf- ficient-to enable-them to cross the Pacific arc under con- struction and probably -will be avail- able for use by the :navy department next spring.-, paid-an' announcement Aircraft association. Eight torpedo seaplanes with a cruising radius the as- sociation are enroute from- Cleveland to where they wljl .co-operating ilh the Pacific fleet and supple ment- ig the coast defenses. iLAiMS'TO'HAVEf CURE -PALERMO, Oct.1 4 arids'of armed men-have large estates'of'almost-the entire in! 'and. which is still held in praclicall f e ud al "condition by'the Thes "whose' prbpe'rlle though not well, cultivated, .'usuall yield immense, profits, spend most o their time In Naples, Itome, Paris an Madrid. Similarly the peasants occupied estates of Baron 'Camarala and'Tlaro Florislella'and others 'of tbe landed gentry. No resistance was offered, despite the presence of police, whose'instruc- tions were not to oppose occupation" of estates Insufficiently cultivated. KOHBED DEAF AND BUMK MAN OF SGO Oct. While: pass ing a dark spot ou Wyatt street mi early hour yesterday morning tiobrge Morjpi -nged "5r (lcnt dumb, was held up by two men an robbed of 3C-50. GERMANY TALKS ABOUT ALLIES KEEPING PROMISE PARIS, Oct. Germany will cxpc.-.t the allies to keep the promise given at Spa that (he total .sum of reparations to.be de- manded of Germany shall be fixed ot the Geneva conference this autumn) Gsrard von Mutlus, head of the German financial delegation fn, Paris, Informed the Associated Press yesterday. KINO FOR EDMONTON P.'ilNCB UUPKKT, C., Oct. lacSwiney "Beats the Fifty Three Day Fast of Wiscon- v sin Man BOX SCORE CLEVELAND PO.A.B. Brans, l.f. Jamleson, l.f. Wambsganss, 2b Speaker, c.f. Burns'. i Gardner, 3b Wood, r.f. Ib ix. s.s. Coyelestie, p. Totals 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Coveleskie Held Brooklyn Down to the Bare land Emerged From a Tight Corner in the Eighth When Brooklyn Had Three on Error Game Checked Up Against Brooklyn. o o o! Cleveland o' Score by innings: 30 3 6 27 13 0 jBatted for Burns In ninth. jiBatfed for Wood in ninth, BROOKLYN AB.K.H.TO.A.B. LONDON PfiESS BOUBTS iS FASTING Olson, s.s. J. 3b Griffith, r.f. Wheat, H. Myers, c.f. Kilduff, 2b Kre'uger, c. Lr.mar, i........ Mamniaur. p. x.'.'. "x'x'x p. R. H. E. 02010000 5- Q Brooklyn 00000010 5, 1 and O'Neill; Marquard, Mam- maux, Cadore and Krueger. EBBBTS FIELD, Brookljm, Oct. top-., pled over the Brooklyns by a scove ot.3-to 1 in the Jirst game of the -world's series. The National League cham- pions were helpless before the mystifying slants of the big spitball'pitcher, He was given sterling sup- port by the Speaker, who ranged spitball'pitcher, He v port by the far and near, robbing the hapless Brooklyns of- seeming runs O'Neill starred at the bat wath two doubles. Ihe attendance was LONDON, .Oct.. Mayor Mac- Swiney, morning began the hanger strike, passed a fairly' good night at Brixtos irisoh. according to a pulletln issued his morning'by'fiieilrLiU ulnation From nine o'clock! xBatted lor Marquarfl in slitd. ast night untiUsir o'clock tbislinorn-! -xxBatted for Mammanx In eights ng he waVyerj.-vilet'anJ restful; xxsRan for Mitchell in eighth is to., say .SUMMARY whether ha'.ileptVaif that time. The (Continued on Page Fire.) TWO SCHOONERS t-OST FATE OF CREWS IN DOUBT Totals 31 1 5 27'13 1 bulletin adasUh'at.tiie lord major -was: weatrer j JlacSwiney ribnir ing that, hej Jeltififc was auJering-no-paiii fVfa 'bnneljn.; s.-..; The txjrd itayor of Corl; has DOW passad-the record of BS.days'-'fasting established in 'July, 1888, by.. John Zachar, bt-Raoiie, Wisconsin. In his self-Imnosed fast fer-ajprlze Zachar 'drank SO ounces ol water during, the 'first'two days in from 6'to.'8 ounces and kept'up'the'water diet the sml'qf the 53 days He lostplGO pounds Other.'recoras of fasting'are those n! Dr. Tanner who went 40 days witaout fooiirand Jacques, at in went through a 30 days' fas TORONTO, OU.1 special dis- itch to the Mail and Bninlre from ow York, under yesterday's date ays: "C'ounless Del Garcia, reputed one f the in Euv- pc, arrived here today, aboard the m'pernloT, and slated that she brought her positive cure for tub- rculosis. The'countess'holds a phy- ician's degree, and she', is the widow it the lale'Belglan minister, to Hus- ia. She said that was the iscovery of a famous French doctor, who is' preparing to follow her to tho United States'. 'She would hot discuss he details of the Two-base two; Wood, Wamhsgaass, Johnston, DoiWe Konotchy to Kreuger o.john3ton( Cleveland 3, BrooK y' Baso'bn Off. Siamuard 2; off Coveleskie 1. QUEBEC, Oct.; was learned at the sig- nal service office here late yerter-. day that the schooners Sea and St. Charles were lost In the storm on October 1. The between Godbout and tjie Trayerse, while the latter sank "iff Goose-Island. The fate of the of these two vessels have not been ascertained THREE POWERS UN1TETOMAKE MEXKOPAYW Over Eleven Million Dollars Collected During Septeirh-! In- crease, Too snil..aealn In "through a 43 days' fast and in 1891, 'a. fast of. BO days. Succi fasted- .uaystln Di1. .Tanner during., his fast, besides takliiK .water, .tooksa sponge bath at rolled down, with i coiirsj' towels. It is very probable that ,hes9'taeiinsare: employed on Jlac- with, the methods idopUd in the case of children ot rub- London'- newspaptrs state that.'MacSwiney.takes food sur- reptitiously in the opportunities af- forded him In tho'visits paid by rela- tives; .CHICAGO HOTELS REDUCE CHARGES FOU DAILY "EATS" -Marqilani, fl.ve In six Innings; off.Mamms.ui. none in two innings; oft Cadore, none in one Inn- 'ing. Struck Marqnard one; by Mamraaux 3; by Covelesklo 3. 't Lbsing.-pitcher, Marquard. Time-of (National League) behind the plate; Connolly (American League) at first; O'Day (National League) at second base; Dineen (Am- erican at third base.' TAKE UP CHALLENGE OF 'PEG EXTREMISTS OTTAWA. Oct. In he nnture of a challenge" Is how Mr, Tom Moore, .president 'ot the Trades and Labor Congress, .who has return- ed from. Indianapolis 'and Windsor, referred to the .the con- gross to hold "the next convention in Winnipeg. "Our decislou to go to Winnipeg is something in the nature of n chal- lenge to. our friends, the enemy. They who hnvc Opposed: Hie Iriternnlioniil trsfle union movement there have said (hot'wo are afraid to go io; tho Mani- toba city, but we shall'be glad to go wo1.it rind so give, iho vorkers an op- portunity to flrsl. hand what our policies and .practices a TRUE BILL AGAINST VICTORIA PUBLISHER OTTAWA, Oct. a. (Canadian was a iict increase ol in the inland revenue re- turns for the month of September, ac- cording to the statement for.-the month issued iu thu ollicSr of the. tie-1 puty minister of the ilc-yartmeut. NOW ITALY HAS HUNGER STRIKE CHICAGO, Oct. 0. (Canadian Hotel Association .ot all., the loop hotels have put into effect their re .visid menus. The price cut was brought about by n request from the cltiVcpnn'cil hiKh cost, of living com iniUte? last week to lower their prices lo Conform with wholesale prices. Tho CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING .OF U.S. GRAIN CROP CHICAGO, Oct. permanent organization has been effected here by the committee of seventeen repre- senting principal farmers' organiza- tions of grain growing states to tie-, volop a co-operativp marketing plan. o'hsradle the grain crop of Ihe United Itates. It was announced- that plans were iade to employ econoinlsLs-to Irivcslt- MEXICO CITT Oct ithat Great Br tain, France and the United States have concluded a treaty against Mexico are rontained in Wash mgton dispatches to the stats office here It is this Ireati mav possibly be connected with an fcgree I meif regarding tho rallcction of dnm amounling to J20.000000 resulV png from revolutions here gross Increase of over i the revenue for the corresponding! month of 1513. The cblof Increase came from war tax, which broiight'ln, "ii Increase ot 29S.2S over September, 1919.. CJuatoms returns for the month at September (olal of "NOTABLE GIFT BY K. OF C. CHICAGO, Oct. board ot directors of tho Knights of Columbus, Sunday voted in offer Ihe American Legion for Iho purpose o' collected, an Increase of 'a 'niqinorial building ANCONA, Italy, Oct. persons arrested 'during the arisrihlst rrio1s here last June have started "a strike as. a protest against delay in being hroiight to trial. Workmen in this city, including printers bave pro- claimed .a general strike In sup- port of the prisoners' claims. STILL AT IT IN CORK CORK, Oat, Felners in- ca'rcerated in prison here are con- tinuing their hunger strike and reports last night stated their con- dition wss without change. BLAME THE C. P. R. Oct. oppos Ing the Increase, .of tbe elevator char ges on grain, the Dominion Millers Association at n silting of the boar of grain commissioners today olalme thai the move to :add a quarter of ,lv cent per bushel to the present charges tton plus a was "backed chiefly by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Tho board guments tor and against the proposed, increases and reserved Its decision In order lo permit tbe elevators to sub- BandTogetherTo Rid Detroit Of A Band Of Criminals DETROIT, Octe of the ______ Metropolitan active and ;ate features of the'grain marketing j policemen, firemen, and mail iroblcm and sub-committees were ap-j several hundred jointed to report co-opera Ive plans. IHEIRSIOFII WASHINGTON, Oct. dnriiigijiily and August in the prices o( various farm products cost the far-, mers of Ihe United Slates approximate- ly was estimated to- day by George P. Hampton, managing director of Ibo formers' National Council. Tho estimate was based on the prices producers received for wheat, corn, potatoes, .apples, cotton and beef catlle. "Under the present system ot dis- Iribiilioii of farm Sir. Hamp- ton clear that farmers hnvo no assurance of'costs of. prodnc- ncssm.en today offered their services as civilian police 'Officers following a call by Dr. James Inches, police 'com- missioner, tor a volunteer aid in ridding the city ot criminals. Commissioner Inches' call for men was made this morning in a statement declaring liquor smuggling across .tlic i border .to be chiefly responsible'for 'an influx of'criminals and the- recent increase in law-breaking here. FIELD MARSHAL FAVORS SOLDIER'S ORGANIZATION COVERING THE EMPIRE over the corresponding month ot last year. Wn shin g lor. V1CTOIUA, 11. C., Oct. de- liberating nearly th'ree' hours on the tbe grand jury sworn for tho fall ussizcs here today.returned a true bill aga'lnsl "Griffith n. Hughes, charged with 'alcallng" from the firm of David Spencer, Limited. BRITAIN SELXS BEGF VALUED, AT l.OXUO.V, Oct. The British i Government has Kohl to ft iri'ivalG biiy- i.'VlMVJ" lion- W. MacKcnilo King, I.llmral or :m iiumcnso (iiianlily o! Australian frozen beef n value estimated 10 be loader, and Ihe members of his purly, lelt here toclliy-fof Edmoiilon. 'i "LORD OF STY" LIVES LIKE A PROFITEER n mil data- In support of the desired in- creas Odessa Has Legal "Free Love" Weeks, Refugee Declares DES HtilNES, Iowa, OcU 5. Iowa nothing is too good for tho Baby HawKey'e Giant, an eloht months old Jun- ior champion porker, weigh- ing 350.pounds and valued at arrlvvcd at a prominent hotel In an expen- sive automobile yesterday, walked into the hotel lobby o'n carpets .spread especially for his visit, was Mastered for by i W. J. Carmlchael, secretary of the-Nations! Swine Show, pos- ed for a picture and then snort- ed his way haughtily Into the clavator and rose to a tenth, floor, corner frohl room, where he spent tha night. Send Rates Case Back to Carvell Oct. of the.Board of: Railway. Commissioners Is to be referred back to the board for reconsideration along certain sug- gested lines. Principal among the suggestions to be decided.Is the discrepancy between the eastern and western to the disad- vantage to tbe latter. The matter is before a special meeting of the, cabinet Throughout this morning's sit- .tlhg of the cabinet, the appeal -.'taken against the Increase In rnll- tvay 'rates was under .considera- tion. At the close of the meeting, it was officially stated that tho rul- ing of tftc cabinet In the case would probably be made public in the, course of a.couple of days. while no. official announce- ment to this effect Is made, It Is understood that tho finding of the government will be along the lines Indicated. This, it Is said, will not Imply any general reduotlons in the Increase In passenger and "freight'rates'-granted by tho Rail- Way board, bili will mean recon- sideration by the board of alleged Inequalities arid discrepancies. LONDON, Oct, par- ticulars of the reign of terror In Odessa are supplied by a special correspondent of .the .Dally Tele- graph who is with general Wran- gel's forces. He wires: "An officer who' escaped from Odessa with his young wife and sister-in-law said several personal friends of tbe two women had, been seized, nationalized and sent1 to.lhc Chinese lines, "Nationalization of women Is conducted young Jewish'commiss'arleE. Each.month, from May to, August, certain weeks .were fixed and officially proclaimed 'free love' weeks. Also In seven months, two 'be- ginning May 1 and June old style, were, declared 'cleaning weeks.' During them all hour persons not laborers or employees, of commissaries were to tMTMrcets, which were Indescribably dirty." l.ONDOX, Oct. As- sociated Marshal Haig. speaking at i Glasgow the desire to' see a great milled empire organization for helping of- ficers and" men. 200.000 of whom are out of'work nnd'their numbers .are increasing. Field Marshal'Halg'men- tioned thai he would visit .Capetown next spring to assist in-forming sucb an organization. LONDON HEARS RUMOR THAT PRINCE BECAME ENGAGED IN DOMINION LONDON, Oct. Inleresljng rumor lhal tbo Princo.of Wales be- came engaged during his tour of Can- ad.-, is current In political'clubs and In Canadian circles here; The story originated with n woman member.'of I the royal household, who tho 1 Identity of tho girl was being kept a. I secret ponding tho Frlnco's return to 'England. Official quarters neithei i confirm nor deny the story, "The Prince is heller known In do- minion colonies than hero in England Perhaps Canada can supply tho infor- was the answer given one in- terviewer. l NO CONNECTION WITH EXPLOSION NEW VOUK, Oct. 4 Ham J. Flynn, chief of tho bureau ot investigation of the. 4 department-of justice, expressed the belief that Flor- 4 een Zclenko, held In Plttsburg, had no connection with tho Street explosion.. V 1 ;