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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta X VOLUME X1U. AJLJOn'A. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1920 NUMBER 257 MAN 0-WAR WINNER-CLEVELAND CHAMPIONS iked Again "Sir Barton" Lost By Ten Lengths LABOR M. P.VP. MAKES THREAT -WINDSOR, Oct. O' War's time'was 2.03. He wgn by 10 lengths. kE.MIL, WORTH RACETRACK, Out.. Oct. King Sol came out iu all hiB'bcnencIeuce today for the classic event bt turf history between Samuel kiddle's Maii.O'War and J. K. HOES' Sir be tore, the- start ot tlie'race at the grand- stand well -crowded while the spacious area lii (rant presented of a vacl mass of hu It "Is eiiiected. 30.000 ueoulc will he inside park to iuorling event The the big mqile raeu are already huay'inakinx- preparations for taking -pictures of: the two racing rivals. Just before- the 'race Sam HIrtdle, ownei 9! Man OAVar, bald The horse Is right and al the top of als form J K. Ross is equaUj confident ot Uctoo and states that Sir Barton is ready to face the 'harrier.' .Both joe for the ride of their .1Kb Ross Is equally confident of Kiterratnalor who was entered the race witK 'aiid. was-seratchejl. Continued TORONTO. Oct. M; A. P. P., for Branlfprd, .Onl., who .was .in Toronto yesterday slid that four labor members ot the leg- islature.woulil go to.the cross benches tp him at the cession if the labor group did not become Infused with m.ore-.-> Singer Montana Plans Irrigation Development; To Spend Millions OTTAWA, Oft. re- port'that-Hon.! J. A. Calder is shortly to drop; out of .the gov- "V ernmenl is not credited here, it is "generally believed that J.. he fully Inte'rids lp remain f with the'gbvernraent.' Impose General to Make Rebellion Unpopular SINN FPINNERS AND LLOYEf GEORGE'S SPEECH MTOONV- Oct o! tb fcinn Feia'in clement in Ireland sa Sj mptoms of General Unrest in they regard the at Ca: Early Irrigation Projects UKRAINIAN INSURGENTS There Were Easily Han- dled By Private Enterprise. 1NO FURTHER USE FOR PRIVATE PROJECTS U.' S.- Reclamation Service Working on New-Sys- 1 temS in Border State. NOW OCCUPY KIEV m siirienls have occupied-Kiev, Ihe Bol forces thai have teen holding the city abandoning ft, according to I advices (BY H, 0 "i LONG) 0ct Somex timely advice to Albertans wh6 arelinteresled in thQ-developraent df their province bv irrigation Keep year eje on Montana The next month is likely to Irrigation histor> in this state and some i things may he learni-d nhkh will go a long way towards solving irrigation eilcnsion problems m parts of the continent, When; in- Idaho, I was divided as to whether to go into Utah and Colorado to study irrigation there or whether to 'visit fpr a couple of days in Montana Idaho irrigators declared that, "wheje All Distncts Under, Soviet Control Oct. 1J sailor of the Bolshevik varships in the Baltic hare deposed Admiral Has kll Nikov, commander of. the fleet, ac- cording to reports received todaj tf> the.-United .Stales state department'. Apparently the outbreak .occurred aim Tiltaneously in-the fleet.ani on chore, but-the revolt, on land was put down by armed forces. Disorders' reaching Lthe-proportions of revolts also were-reported to'.liave occurred at Saratov, Tambof, Wlasma and Smolensk. Advices from Poland these outbreaks were regarded there as symptoms of the general un resf in' all districts under sovlet'rco'u- W. OTTAWA SURE-THAT CALDEH WILL- STICK Indians B oavSatiirday by Pre- eorge as almost a de th ______ ___ jndent 6f the Times, the premier virtually cdndonlag acts of repllsalyaEalnst persons who have attacked-ptlice forces In Ireland. continues the correspondent- of the London Times, tiit tie "department In that JnleMB to bring things to a head m time as possible oy a against disorder, whi-h general hardship! on the crime and Latest Figurd Places Govern-, ment Support'at Close Contests '.t' Police Find Uooze in With Occupants CALGARY jectel measures are said to Include Hie Irish rail ways drastic redaction of the portal Berrtce arita all'railwavj workers asrce to relura trf. duly and until there is a cessation of thfe malls Condition Oct Mjyor MacSurineTjjOt Cork a very good njght-at' Brirton prison and this morning was in the same rested am peaceful condition that was reported 1 ifoued by th graduate of Guelph 0 A C and the leading all round farming expert of Ibis state. He is a friend of Supt W H Falrnrld df 'the .Experimental Farm at Leth- brldge and knows farming conditions In Southern Alberta intimately. Inci- dentally Prof Llnfle'd Is the man who introduced the Russian sunflower .into tho Western Slates and Canada as a silage the visit proved well occupants and the lady in question wis silting upon three bottles of what tl-o assert was liojior A short scfinunige took'place .in which the Hire" bottles were broken and the contents spilled, thus destroj ing the evidence .which they aro sup- posed to have contained as was also a Jar containing similar liquM to 'hat which was in the bottles; Constable C.larkstp'n "jeceiyed a blow on tno shoulder inflicted by Mmehuk and Chief Lawson was hit on the head and had to retaliate with his "hilly' Jlinchuk could be pnrsuaded ui subside A teli gallon keg of alcohol was captured In the fight, thus pre serving iiquidlevldence upon which 1 conviction is looked for. Whilo the city pplic.e are keeping lookout I6r bqplleggerfl.'the provin clal police have not been steeping HUNDRED. SIEN ARE n LEAGUE PARK, Oct. League ipennant winners, are.the world's baseball cham- pions of defeated the Brooklyns by the scorei of 3 to ploday; and won jhe great championship' in base- ball. winning his third game the The series ended with, five victories fpV Cletelajid-and .two for the National League Champions. The; official box score: Page Five) ST. J OILS', Ins .to unofficial returns, the standing of the parties as the result ot Satur- day's, halloting tor. members ot -the egisUture -tonight; stood as follows: Uo.tenuneut 23; opposition 13; farm- ers 10i aid-labor 2. tex corrected returns been received from Westaore- 'A. C. Fawcett, [jpited "Ilarmer-candidate, apparently hisJ3een_elected' over 'p. Bourgeois, government.1: in favor of G. B. Jdn'eSjV opposition, over Sterling is small, as are those A..P: county and'it.-T.- Hays, government. Enthusiastic Greeting to Liberal Leader At a Big Calgary Meeting a John Baiter over governnient, in SI. John opposition, In St. John 'Swinge Back to Government N. B., Oct. The' pe'iidulum- lii the .changing re- turns '.of'the election'.for .New 'Bruns 'toward-; v. eoy.eninie hi.-., islde this i or comnlete says Gieanerrtoday. the'ijounl of-- the) ballots at tin Clarendon j has. been' un-1; the government to MOTHER SUICIDED AND LEAVES 'LITTLE ONES COL-L1NGWOOD, Jlrs. WaKer MdrHson, icoinmitted sui- cide here her- self iii'her'kitchBii-Vhlle.'he husband was out iesm: lo move Uantroon, Ont.', where they inlen' reside in the.future. .There arViive'small chil- dren ia: the-Morrison-family. T'- BUDENNY lorr> in the Mallow district of j bare turned the-tables there with the tiork morniafe resnlted in 'result i hat Chaunce'y Pollard, one of the death ot the driver and lie wound- the Pnrnicrs' candidates, and ing of three soldiers H developed in- J. M. Scovil, the. leader on the gov- lo another (Split between soldiers hur-1 ernraent'. ticket, _ are tied with 3.492 the-scene attacking i vote's eachV The. shei'ilt's. casting vote The .situation in tlie. North Ameri- can. Collieries, Coaltiurst, is the. same .was Monday. _.. went back to .work aro still on the Job, while the 100 odd who decided to slay .out aro. still abiding clsion. Nothing definite transpired from the meeting uf 11 e O heid yesterdaj In the citj L mines everything is as it was., All the_tnen are at work, anrt" everything is 'on even basis. rjarty, which, a mlllts'ry headquarters report, 15Q men Is Mid they ware armed with machine guns, rifles Constables1 Killed BALL1NDERRT, Irelartd, Oct Constables Kenn> and Crawford other'.con a tables were badly wounded when ta police motor car running between Rosvonimon and Ballaghader- Mavo, was this morning. Two More -Officers Shot DUBLIN Oct arrests were being made during' military raids in Drancondri county Meath ofli- ccfs ft fere fiou conlmis- sior.ed .oflicer was wounded and one (civilian was killed and another wound- ed, :'acc6rding to an official report ot trie 'affair marie public today. would-gite'Mr.-ScpvIl his election. If the .government wins, a seat in Charlotte county, it would make -the standing: Government 24; opposition 13; United Farmers 7; -independents 4. CLAIM ARMENIANS PARIS, Oct. .he famous cavalry '.leader, initsly severed- .'.vylth tho soviet Is recruit ing the pur pose of .marching 'on. Kiev.Vnccdrdlng :.a advices rob'elTcJJat tho Frenc'n war office. Nikoliev, the ..chief-Russian, ns station on the is. repot ted to have been antl-Bplshe vik insurgents. CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. Newspaper reports received from 1 Batum aay the Armenian republic has declared war against the Tiirktih Nationalists and have ie- curtd a guarantee of the nculral- Hy of.the Georgian government. AGED AUTHOR WEDS TOURS, France, Oct. years the noted-French was married yesterday to Mademoiselle Emma La' Prevotle. Polish Government Nol Man is Bootlegger; Escaped From Police worth .while At Helena on Friday morning a call was paid to Capt. J, Winter Smith, assista-it irr'gAtion engineer of the About thirty cases ot tbe forbidden h state and i member of the Board ofl done up in glinny Backs wls Hallwaj Commissioners and to Mr I al lNata! H belhg held at k, chief engineer of the state lhal !lce froln whenco it likely Montana's Irrigation Acreage be MfftA (0 Irom those Ibreo genllemen ItJIM.- named B.ewer and been posslb.fe.'lo .secure a wealth of' an by constable Hil- interesllng. data abont the past his-. cach bytthe magls- lory .of irrigation in Monlana and how f it liis worked ont Montana1 today'has acres under -irrigation. orj'ar.a nctt month will decide i Irate -for having .in their possession. buVlt is notlkhowh'heri! to whom the liqhpf belorigc.d; chlcf Snillef-has a very su tut be ,g-.nU spilllrg lhe ft- Vancouver (6 sVe'li Ihfc.aforc of liquor being accumulated by Iho p'r6rlnclai cualpdlaii of WARTWRANGEL whclher-tha credit of the slate Is to sendinE II on to bo -pledged (o'.'brlng acres !'.c niore under Ihe'dllch. To Kill about it all in one article bo too much, Sn Ihig Is Iho story of Montana's Irri- gation .devclophicnt up (o tho present. t; Providence Wai Thoughtful Provldenco was good to the people of Mon (ana, when this country WM mado. The- fivers, Instead of cutting channels three, and (our hundred' feet deep, run close to Iho ordinary land level. Tho water is easily taken on I for .Irrigation' purposes. And lhal's tho real .story of .Irrigation develop- ment to date. Kvfirywnerp along the river valleys land is Irrjgntcd. The, (armers took what walp.r Ihny needed, built (heir ditches and all there was to It; fThero were no hohil isaiiefl.' -Th'ttrii wasn't even ft water. right, to secure. Tho -water rlghls of the slate 'seem i'to. belong to nobody in whoever gets Ih6re first and, lakes .the water right establishes PEACE TERMS on: Page LONDON, OcJ. Ilussl soviet governni'enl'has fienl 4 delegate with peaee-" proposals lo the head quarters of '.Genera! com inandor' of Ihe ahil-Bqlshetik army In Southern to a War saw report .by wireless from ilcrlln, OVER MILLION INCREASE IN C.P.rl. EARNINGS Bodv Found in Montana That 6f Man Named Victor Ryberg MONTREAL, Oct. K. earnings for week ended October 7, 1920, were, .000; Increase 0 rf -MO.NTKBAL, "Special leg- islation will to be passed governmont price of Canadian Is to bo maintained at Its prea ent said a local dealer, this morning. A customs official added "The anti-dumping clsuse 6f -.the Customs Act does not apply to: ;lho importing of sngsr from tho United Stales unless It can bo proved that the (Americans 'are selling for pur- poses of export' at 1-5 per cent, less than the prevailing market price la their own country." According to a Montreal -wholesaler, American sugar can now be brought In at per hundredweight while 118.75 Is the wfre'tMlo'charges by Iho roflnert SHOT DEAD AS. HE ATTEMPTED TO GET AWAtf FROM POLICE One more border full of .thrills and exciterriint, hangs rbunid the dead body, the mail discovered just'ever'thi line near Etzikom. The. borfy.'has bten to that of Victor Ry- br.ra, a notorious bootlegger, who killed by; the cirblne tils- Charted >t him by Constable Hale of the A.P.P. I The, story of tho shobUpg is tiia icquo'l lo the escape of'lwo bootleg- gers ori Scplcmber 29th, on their way to. from Uio" custody o( tlio ;pollco. Of these two the man ivhq-.wM shot, Victor Ryberg. ..was wo, a'nd the other Michael .Alcbcn- ique, ITlio is at present al large, with s, Ihirij parly known lo.the police. Tho two men, Ryborg.and Alchen hneiiVcro arrested at NolanY garage, found with qaantlly of Ilquor.jn sacks In a car1.- This prison era'irere in another car, any alone wllh the car which container y, he Olijuor, eth bridge were being-: brought to when the.lront car, in hkh was Constatile Sweatfleld [he Ifiuor, B'.al'led In by 4 G.T. R. EARNINGS JUMP MONTREAL, Oct. Trunk railway', traffic earnings for the week ending October Increase of over the samo week ot 1819; Does Not Counlerifince Oscupii- lion of Send Note LONDON, Oct. Warsaw wafd-the re turned'soldiers asf'aheci Hon W L MacKenz'e _ new leader of the federal oppo- itiop, brought a uew gan into actioa londaj uight in the battery he is (reeling against Premier .Arthur ileighen's A crowdu tacked Victoria Pavilion in ijtiqn grounds 3600 capacity, inaioverfloweil) King cud >ther his party assail the Union governntenl from "If the finances .'of-the' country are In the judgment of irnfnent, they-will -large outlays for military, and naval-expfeu declared Mr King at one stage of his address, there canube no .ruth in tho statement that, ces are-insufMcieht to admit of'more being dbno for.the returned soldiers and'the dependents of those who have lost iheir'Jlvcs and sacrificed their health, in the'country's: service." Tho two other chief speakers of the evening' were Wm. Duff, M P. for L'unenberg, N.S., and Ernest Lapolnte. M.P. for; South Quebec. In his speech' Mr.'Lapolute at one sUge made re fcre'nce to an editorial in a Calgary.' paper asking his attitude toward tariff on hoots and shoes, hltf con stituency centre of that m- dustry in eastern Canada After ing he was glad to see the jnterwt tho'paper this industry, clared: "I may say that there are men In-our difficult as it may appear for-the supporters of that paper to believe, who prin- eiple above interest. We ask not for privileges for any industry bt-'' yond such treatment as will make for, the general Interests of the whole country, and would I noVsJk for any ,special consideration for any. It .happened to flourish In my own constituency." It can certainly be saM is a long-limo slice such an, amount'of on iidylsmg modemtlun I I Jliners To Turn Down Proposals I -Oct. As- soclaleil very few re< Hulls'e riilners' ballot hfivo yet ciuito probnble.a aiycfMi lo accepting the last will appear on Thursday., However, the opinion In many .neVd's's'tiows a lecllDg'ag- Is.hope that the strike notices which: ciplre on Salur dsy wljl he further nnd_ tne note lo Poland concerning the according to Ihe I'.clil: rarlsien.1 'The newspaper asserts tho note already has been lo Acllve exchange of views' concern- Ing Iho occupation of Viln'i by Pollsli- Uthuanlan tioops is i.roceedlng. says the Kcho de i'aris, which declares Ihe; conBiile'r the resn'onfiifoilily -0( the Warfaw gpvernmciil.'ls not Involved. Tlie adds lhat .Iho lask ot finding a solution lo Ihp.situation is lhal of the League-pf-Nations opinion of government, officials.. MIND BADLY MIXED, WON'T I'KOSECtlTli BO.Y TOI10NTO. Oct.' boy Love, enthusiasm has been centered in airy- political meeting such aa took place! last night-in-Calgary. Despite the fact that tho building was packed to its utmost'.1 several bun- drcds of people were unable lo galu admittance. When Ihe visitors arrived they ware received by an oration. With the enormous obligations of lay, Mr King said in opou- lid not bo honest for anv to perfaUade Hie CsWda that ae can (Jo lay entirely with the roi- through the customs tariff aril raise all the revenue required by di- rect rather than indirect taxation. lie believed tlie fiscal require- ments of a country should be'mel in part, by the taxation of income grad-t listed :o bear least heavily upon thosej. who aro least able to bear the burden ot laxatlons; taxations of business- profits. BO graduated to mate business on adequate return, while at tho.samo time elimloatlaj? the possibility ot profiteering and, by taxation on luxuries, where auch tai-, atio-n can .be successfully imposed. Dealing'with the Tiled for poUUUt education, Mr. King said there had been none in Canada [or more than a It was In 1HI since domes i.... uccauc. u was 111 xi-ii a...-.., a preacher, thai ho ;had killed h.s.i t-c were Discussed in any com mother had wav, A new come to tie fore smco then 1a a large body of woman voters lurmjj-fiu.nt.m jwho for the first time, without eicfip- perls have come lo Hie conclusiou H'.stliion'on gfounds ot privilege, are en- Ihe boy's sory of truth (0 3 votcp in lhe control ot goy-. inlera oveii that Mr. King again mads Ihe'stalem'eiit ISat there were silent STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS at work in the present VANCOUVER, OcV, U.-'-Ari-ived Kmpress of Asia, troni tlio brlsnt. father to be hangeii: for the murder, will'not be placed on trial. The at- torney-general mental ex- have oy's and imagination, so i- II Is Impossible 'to', tell where truth stops anrt Imagination on ;