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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Soulh 'East British Columbia .Boards of Trade Press, Urgency OF WATEK NEED IN. CERTAIN AREAS ISpaclnl-lo llcrildi NilS, Oct. second meet til Iho Associated Boards ot Trado of Southeast British Columbia, took hero, on night ani proved of liilcresl lo.all who were present. This body Is formei of tho boards of trade o! the towns p Cranbrcok, Crestou, Wlnde mere and Golden, but owing to unfore- difficulties, the boards of Creston and Golden at VOTED IN IHE Mechiac Guna Faced Voters and, Constable Presided Over Proceedings The Herald) GltASSiY LAKE, Oct Voting on prohibition here iras a some- what trying 'proceeding to nerfoiu people such ourselTca. On en terms 'the to'irn hell. found hy tyro, machine guns which with most of the vll lage lying 'in ashts.EaTe a. feeling Te'nilnlBceht of war. Sealed at a table was Ihc- .-Village 'constable ami another man who handed us our piiier-, "Go. In there" said the .cqnstilie 'alernJy.' Looking at 'the -place' Indicated, ,ws were liorrilicil.tp to be the police seemed a eome- .-what inappropriate', r.ploco for a free and' independent volcr lo mark: his paper In. Now Jew of us '.here can stale with truth, we- haVo never occu- pied a police AJLBEH1X SATURDAY..OCTOBER 50, 1920y NEV1ER KNOWN TO MlSS BEFORE NUMBER 272 The visiting -delegate's from Cran- brook: and Wiiidemere were' as. fol- lows: President G. J. Spruol, J. 1'- aiid.W.Ml. Wilson Jrom. Cran- brook-'. .11'.' HandolnTi'Bruce, C.E., F.n. G.5., and'i-'.-U Archer, of t- 'Prentice, "vlco-nresidcnl, I- "Spaldiris and R.-M.. Youn'e, of Fernle. 1) G lafyTfeasurer of tho Associated also prescnl and acled la at the -meeting. Miiriy inq'mbers of, the Fernle board v.-cic IIJEO'present as hnsU-to Xhoir vifJloW'" Among the onkot-lowh'.vlBl- of Waldo and C M- Edwards, Baynes.- This be- ing Ihe first meeting oi the association since 'Its at Wir.dcmera list'summer, Ihere woa a very large accumulation; of correspondenea and respluUon'BVtoVdis'poBe of as thVeiectiori of officers for the "ensuing 'Slip Ir'airpfrbni the west being iiear cut "at the ;.rnectfng-to trerj' espcdlllous man-j diff efe'nt' Boards acted upoa-wns "handlln'E: such re'tary 'Ilnftlftan.'. having prepared to-present to the meeting without" delay'-'or confusion... -Thla permuted ;ot lime, in which lo discuss tho moieVlmporlant mailers thorough- ly aiidllutelltg'erUly. AKcr Ihe report: of lho' credential had- and Esperanto Had a Complete Vic- Over the Canadian CKallenger RACE WAS SAILED OFF HALIFAX HARBOR HALIFAX, Oct the American's schooner, demon- strated her. superiority In every point of sailing In moderate wea- ther over the Canadian challen- ger Delawanna by defeating her by' upward of 20 minutes In the first race for International, schooner race series sailed off .second race will be sailed Monday tut It Is freely'admitted bX al1 wno ed today's contest that the Can- adian boat" will-have. Htlle show nless distinctly different weather conditions prevail. Great Aniount of Iterruptions Featured Vancouver Gath-: Buildings Premier Melghen and-Honr Older ad 'dressed two meetings, in .Vancouvei 'tontghf.; While was -de- livering an address'ln the tail'room of. the Hotel Vancouver, -Mr. :Calde spoko; at tho. Alleri: many. unable.} tipfis, -and-''through' tbat Ihe i score" or more of resolutions pres- ented -by: the. different boards pi tho -for. consideration were taken'lip'arjd adopted as-recomraond- efl by'ilie committee, excepting one dealing with ihe subject ot the estab- lishing bt a Registry Bome-poiht in Ihe district, preferably Cranbrook.- After a short address. By and'n few remarks by Ihe resolution was laid over-tor fuUiro'consideration, for.the reason that the erection of a'sultaWc huildlng for tho purpose would entail tco'greatnu'expense.'upon the prov- inclal government at" this lime. The neoesslty "for'such' a building was jnado raosl-apparenl and Ihe luce is rapidly approaching when It will hive to ho supplied lo meet Ihe.growing needs of Ihe dislrlcl. Telephones and Roads Several resolutions rlcallng with im- provement of roads, the extension of telephone connections and asking Hie fiovcrnment to.lend financial-nld'to irrigation projects which would bring "intn cultivation the large areas now lying waste In the Koolcnay valley were favorably disposed of. Speaking upon Ihe .question pi Irrl ration, H. IHnclolph Bruce strongly urgeir Hint united acllo'n ;shbTild be taken nBklng the provincial', govern Trtcnt to lako up tho proposed Irriga tlon 'of these lands, nml gavo the con vcntloh .vnlualilo .Intorninllon regard- Ing tho voBBluiilil.es of Ihe dlslrlct rc- tultlng-from ili'o. Inslnlnllon of r.u ailcqnalo Irrlgallon syalcm. This w ee.-: lorEJst In a presenta :on of the- governnient'sv h said, "I must accept thai 'as a compl merit to the strength of .the cas Those tho ;presenta tlorfol thelr.'oppdnent's side will reai ilr allow it to be glfen aheminE." He dwelt' briefly 'on. Canada's no leTemenls In.the rjar and'how Cam lans: had th'b "baltlo :thal leadln newspapers'.which' formetly- opposi the former union KOTeruraent dld.n daro now ila record; a declared Ifaat rhofo had been done I the-returned -soldiefa -In-Cannda- th in any oilier country. Mr. CaldSr-'euloglzed the land BcU- ment scherho eslahllshed by Iho gov- ernment, which, ho said, wa.s the best In the world. Thcro were> re- turned men bn. the land, ha asserted. HALIFAX, Oct race off al 9 a.m. Clerelnnd Plain Dealer. Freed on Charge j Liquor TEMPt-EMpriE WAS BADLY WRECKED THURLES, Courily. Tippcra'ry, Oct danaje doj-.e lul evening In Templemore, eight of herf, th'rough aclt "of "violence, Numerous chops 'were'wrecked during tht diiturb- anee.-' i i Details as to the "circumstances and were lacking this, afternoon.': About Entrance Inlo.the League of on Irish Magistrate in Court at .Cole- man Exonerated the Accused. "i ;i _- JOHNSON ON i WITNESS STAND; (Dj- a Blaff neporler.) Oci. Jack Johnsoii, mayor 'of w'as by MsElstfalb EUN. Barter yerfefdiy af. ternobn fronv the charge ofthe Illicit sale of intoilcaiinc liauor, a charge made by.'Chlef luspeclor Iletketh'on behalf pf lha liquor act, service. The prqseculiou. alleged that': on the 9tH of October last Mr. son sold whiskey to Delaney and William Booker. ..The_. court exonerated the acctsed and dis-' missed the case on the grounds of.. in-, sufficient evidence to conyict.' -The. Johnson case" occupied the. I whole" 'of. Friday afternoon so in order to best accommodate all concerned the mh'Elilrata adjourned' tha foUdwing' cases until Thursday, -Friday and Sal-. urday of next week: Xnngelo Roy Valpe, Oeoree GarTOS, Mat Ma-, lino, P.- Harrow, i'ele Belecty and ,0. HALIFAX, Octi rounded southeast automatic second mark at Delawan- na rolmdcd second mark at HALIFAX. Oct. ?0. ur'n'ed Shutin Island bnoy at with Esperanto halt.a mile om Shutin Island buoy Delawanna ppeared lo lie gaining slightly. on speranto. 'Esperanto found on ighting buoy thai Bhe had-niade cbn- [derably to leeward ot it. Marty mmcdlately "lightened sheets and Jelawanna astera, -taking cue-, follow; ftd 6UiL Take Nine.Houra 'Octf SO.TT-Ghpslliig along Btltch of white canvas gleaming In the mbwi-' ug 'sunshine, the, ;v-Esp rind Delawanna; respective; y the American and Canadian fishing fleets, are contending oH.Hallfni bar- ior for ribbon honors .of lho The eyes of most of Attorney en. CHICAGO, Ocl. speeches in Chicago, oiie in Gary, Ind., and an phi liiuo. lorchllEht liarade are on.tbe lllie w.lndup''ot his campali 1 (or the A. Anete. Another Hald r The Roy Volpe case.iJ'a H'is the the raid .Friday mornlne' on -tlio Coleniad hole! "11 In evidently referring to the many Hilerruplions, he fald: "Well, wo hive all had a good time." The premier's -voice showed evld- nce of Ihe slraiii to which It had jeen subjected during the day which va's the most eiporlenccd n far on lh'6 western tour. Including hroe- presenlaUona of .adrTresses of end three public .meetings. TO GIVE THE CHINESE JOY RTOES IN AIR TORONTO, Ocl. T. ''Ira On wlio has mastered all the mysteries P flying al the Chinese'.aviation echop near called at' the office Df tho Canadian Air Force Association in (his city, to obtain tho services o a Canadian mechanic trained at th free government school Bor den. Mr. Um On is reluming to Chin to open a 9Chool: and .operate a "Jo rlrting circus" and ciplolt tbo 'poss hllltlcs of commercial avlntlon In hi own country. chool of ARriculture Starts o With a Very Encouraging Enrollment (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYJIOND, Oct. Hcglstratlo ay'al Iho Agricultural College Knymoiid came up to cipctlatlpna Frlnclpal O. Loligman. the tor will commence Monday, Nov. 1st, with n enrollment of 80 students. It Is cipectea tho official opening Bound And Gagged Minister; Soaked Clothes In Oil COUN'CII' 13LUFKS, Iowa, Ocl. a lonoly part o! lho city by R fAko telephone call, tho K. Cleveland, pastor ot tho Memorial church and prominent In "olvlr affairs, late Hat night nris slugged, hMind ecd -lijr.ffjlif ilhiiRS who, Ihrcw. him Into in 'fiiito irocV. hia clothes In oil ar.il then nro lo conilitlon Is critical, lln tavoji lilmself froni being hum- !ci io-dcalh .by of the Sftlij fce-was'rer- lain Ihi! motive for (lie fitlack on him won fevcriRC for steps taken by hini-10 suppress a wave of crime In lho. sccllon of tho city la whlth his 'church Is Idralcd, Eiport Liquor House iyjo' interest- -waa ItCT. 1. 'a "meetlnE: of Ihe loia'l problbUlon forces. i Mr' Jones mentioned; names ot some Clir8 Col iseum' where Coi'iJ opj nom- inated. V Governor Cox. made; publjc here to- day a telegram to the women aup- tiorters'ln which he hls'lnlen- tlon "to'- consult with--both' Democrats und sc jepplp-vfhd had talked to him on this esldes tljii-rnr "ofliand .Import C. rgcd -Bight. an Tblri rBtjncaiion B' treaty garding Irish and Je.vilsS jrviuuu ceulh' EtrectiTiorth was ttjbootlegging liuL The meeting was cariei'.to hear re- orts- concerning tho recent-csiinpa.ign nd' to etfecl an 'organization that eilucale Ihe puhUcTalpng pro- ib'ltion lines' unlil the next -flection. The organization end ot; the ,meeting vas left'over until .another, the ire'Ecrit organization Referring lo Attorney GerJeral'Doyle, MrlMoiies said the rrovlficlal govern- ment Ehould be made asrare.of rumors hat are going around the'dty.lo tbo Sir, BoyleMs'rlnlerested'ln lirjiior export house, in, UjCUk.-- I Speaking north sWe Ho.uorl a. number of wit lloor, any.nme-LU uajubui. i cepiinjj sucji liei would "front'door and aro.necessary.'ic would be Bdmlltcd.- .Soon afterward 'consull" with a knock would be.heard on the inside noot, Howard 'Tif of door which would'be any others their by the man-ffi charge of the motor experience, can rominc helpful; ser car blowicg his horn. T.hen.lhe other party XrbiilrT cooie out'with a hoi cov-l cre'd with Thb motor would ttieii 'drive 'down a side street and Jones charged that Ibis hoi contained liquor. -.Rev. .Mr.; Jones said, he had half (t'dozeri nieri who' could swear :td this Jones, party had lhat this was pro- one ot the prohibition The meeting passed a resolution calling upon-the-provincial govorn- menl to more strongly enforce tho liquor act.' Tho resolution Ibat will In passing- -r iJagislraie..Ilafker'Biated lhat hs did with r'egfctr TheT'accnsed in'ilHii'i-mmirT'sicauee.' But .pqln.to ICC.- .i, In the conslderallor of specific matters likp'the cayse-o Ireland, it is my-pu'rpoBo to'cbnsull with 'men who nurture -tho' tradjtlpn and dcslrea of siic men as Bourke; Alfrei Smllh of New of Massachusetts-aridioil Ihe ijewls irucstlon I will consult with: leader of Jowlsh thought'in1, (Coatlcuetl on Page Four.) Is Now Identified Was a Former Canadian Soldier CHICAGO, Oct. ragged Tho following .instructor, ha ready boon 0 A and Instructor In animal h.us- JIIss Wlnnlfrcd Sutlaby, in domestic science an.I arts 1110 instructors In mechanics., poulto dairying and veter nary science not yet hecn appointed. al- years' nE noldler irtenliricaiioh wag'made al the coimly morcuo by Herbert Pot- ter, also "a'Cnnsrllaii who said ho had known Barrett well limp He-Jed rtelectlves to; tho hotel "John dally llie day of In a Introduced In- thn, trial of the hiurdSf .of, his wife MJSS- REDS RETIRE FROM KIEV COl'KNHAOBN', pilch lo the DcrllngskB Tldenclc from Kovno, Lithuania, report? a revolt In the region of.-IVnlolia, KUcnon and Odessa. Ited troops were sent lo mie'll the rebellion. Of those half Joined In lho defection and tho others The self as hcine well pleased ivltli 60 per cent, havo lilgh school ingcr Co.'lfjigo a fake Slv4 him. an op Kunlly to, Rhoot his and aUo BEtGIAN COAL MINERS TO GO ON STRIKE MONDAY Cl'lAHLEHOI, Belclum, Oct. Fifty thousand'coal nilnera in this reg- ion will strike oii .Monday in consecj- uenco of 'the association rejecting their demands for a' dnlly Increaso in The government announces': thut 'It-will prohibit the export of coal, Pension Bill OTTAWA, 'Oct. nionthl. pension bill for soldiers Is -being re rtuccd about n month on nc count of the. returned men with dis abilities from five to 10 per cent, con muling their pensions anil cashing, In stead of drawing small monthly allon linees.' Tircnly thousand arc lakin adTiiulago of tho'comnuttatlon prlv- hlencv in' vihlch tho "dry1.1 .SQii'cd One ol'the samplo of'.the goods.1 Tho, 01 me eveEinBf .-court; neit weak. Foilowlng the-raid on the Colfman' tel bar. the sonarl eearcbedi Jacfcv.. hnson's'pool-hall har hrit failed, to i. id any ou Dan tho court -convened ycster-; ly aiorains gave; dgmonl.in ca.se. ,He. onvlcted Lewis, Is at .Blalrmpfj.j 'the charge against hjm and m or 3 months: cut on ball. appeal CORK, Oct. Cork, vlsitcilthc Ja.ll. j-eslerday cmiilorlly ordered Blrjkers here to lake food. A'll of tlieiii. re- fused. Thereupon .Bishop. Cohalan In- structed the niiLi) aUpmllng'lhA -hiifi- ;cr strikers to iirebSre.'Jood. The.nuns llio command'; and 'offered i each ot ihe prisoners, ouVifMt he had to.ho he evidence produced. .Hc-commena 'd: Solicitor U. If. Putman on his able efence. _ Serious Cirgs Made In -cominsntlng .on the.declslon. ol he Pulraan In: B vigorous cr and Dela'ney bad "dellhprately lijd' n their. ovldenic" and added-tbEt he-; woiild show- tho court', that ther; hail liefore the flayed tbo menl in strong tornja-for.-aending.Intt .he Lriscrnpuldhs-nnd-tiu--? IruslT.-orthy J Two -charges ot perjury-were enter- ed '-a gainst TJooier and Delancy by Solicitor Putman- The solicitor, In n rage thnSw some rather Abusive 'Un- guage at Detectives -Dooter and We laney, especially at the latter, and hiid it not been for 'the-inlerfcrence. of others in the court-room Iho two woulil havo undoubtedly, .coma. UK blows. In fact, Solicitor. TiilTnan lhat Delaney reached for a ernVbut on being searched 'no ann's whatape'ver were dlscloseo .on. the persons ot tho two EpvbrnmBnt agents, For a tlbio ..the; court-room was lu.an liprpar.., Confilellna .Evjience There was a confiictlon of evidence In llio Jack Johnson case'.-.. The: mniw nf ileUjctlves Booker and .Do an now' la'' anBcalinc on October 9th claineu wn..u SI n leader" lo losllmony ot the witnesses fedta I to from Ihelr of swore licrEOnally to tho release the prlsoi------------ U noon todny Ihey. :liad completed the eightieth (lay of; tliolr last. Jlichacl nnrkc-collapsed ihls morn- ing. John llcnncssV .1 and Thomas Donuovah aro'.repo.-ldd lo bo. very low. and the averjgo years. Is IS confessed lo s I prevent him tes w'ln nun also h e the stranger to Hcgo and have (lono "o alrtaily ng tnc stringer lu averare of Tim lho trbi 'Thc rim us expressed by ?.lf- Long- man Is to Inslruct In d practical way Iho farmers In Ihls dlslrlcl Ihe best methods of farming, dairying Riid Irrl- gallon, placing special emphnf.lses on Irrlgallon and dairying us Ihlfl dlslrlf Is well ndnpted for liolh antl they will iny an linporlanrpau In the, neyelop- wero (leclmatcil In the .fighting, ul, d'lspalch adds that Ihe reinforces sro mcnl of Mouthcni Alberta, retiring from Kiev anil are preparing ]i collected lho llveslock (oevncuiilc Odessa. The revolt 13 said to be exIcfiillnE loward Kknlerlnoslav. I ON HONEYMOON; FOUND NAME ON'MEMORIAL TABLET AT COBOURQ- Ont., Oct. 30.-1 Ccphss Flnncmore of vyinnipeg, accompanied by. hlsjirUe, former- ly Mlsa Pearl AlexartKer of Vila- nlpeg, has been, visiting his Bar- ents here diirlnrj the past days and had tha unusual exper- teting hle.iiame engrav- ed on a memorial tatlel In Victoria Hall, Cobourg In honor of Ihe fal- len bravo men of, the 139lli Sat- lallon. preven Wanderer repudiated Inc confcsBlon. MANITOBA AVERAGE 15 BUS. TC THE ACRE WINNIPEG. bushtls to the acre 13 Ihe aver- age yield In Manltobi for 1920, according' to ths final report of the department of. agriculture for the year. The report 'slates that much fall plowing hag been com; pitted and tho land la In fine shape for next sprlng.- rive next week. anrl Aber- deen Aneus Firo the brccils lo ho kept at ths school. Theso hfrda witli Steed's celebrated ahorlnonis hnd f Mecks Tiros. Ilerefords will give llio, farmers an excellent, chance tn see which type for Ihls locality. A carload of pure bred, sheep and I Itogs will tirrlvo about Nov. 5th. Uaymonrl will benefit greatly, byline I niimhcr of new rcsiuouii ths echos! r will bring. llBymoml Is coming lo (he front an educational centre find' crop pro- ducing dlslrlct. According to 0. n half million crop hoa already oeu been taken la and ahlpJcd.Cflrelcau, Ixmddn. TWO POLILCEMEN SHOT REPRISALS FOLLOW DUBLIN, Oct. police- men were shot while trying to halt a motor ear- at .ColTophy., county latt evening. Reprlials fol-. lowcrf In the neighboring villages, farmers'- houses. par- itnlly burned, i.-.. STEAMSHIP AflRIVAL" 10.---Arrived nil been paid an average of M-IO. Tim olal 'amount paid Is nnd when nil arc It will be nlno ullllons, OH JOY'I THEATRE TICKETS TAKE A FALL NEW YORK, Ocl. break In Ihe ol theatre tickets svhlch.havs not missed a In keeping pace'with Ihe high "cost of llvlmj, occurred today when ths Selwynfi 'announced a reduction on all tickets at their theatres. WIIH ihe exception of Saturday nights and holidays the lop raU for" drams will be and. for, rrluslcal shows GALLONS EiOHT .6ALLON5 Or MILK OOLSHEVIK3 RETREATING' Oct., Russian forces which have, been fightlni) ngalr.sl the Ukrainians along the Dniester are retreating-'over thi en- lire front, it Is stated in dispat- ches received here', Their- line at present passeD th'rougli Ihs town of Zrrerlnka. about HO miles of CAR LOADED WITH BOOZE OVEF1TURN10, DRIVER KILLED PF-EKSKILL, N..Y., pel. In- juries culiei'cd by .Samuel Cohen when his auto -overturned last nlghl resulted In lila d.ealh tonight, Police found ISO quarts of whia- key In'the ear. POSTMASTER DEAD WINXIPEO. Ocl, C.'JlcIn tyre, poslmaslor o! .Winnipeg for Irmny years died Ihls afternoon after a leng thy Illness. Ocl': gallon cans dt milk hero by Fred I'earsoti ot Milk I'akft were found lo conlMn W6 gallons ot walcr. He do- nlccl ndrtlng wttlor, hut was1 flucd 460 and costs.yealerday. o co would have ibeen iniposslblfl foCthe iccusod to IISVB cprnmitted the alleseil as he was not o.t biislncso.'nt the In lhe( nformall'on. The defence proved on A.P.P. was Iho" flrsi 'witness called, ,He snidl.he wiia-in en- lii'cem'ont.wqrk'ih the.lerrltory Boulh of Red Deer t'l the bpunrlarr- He iv.is a pollen officer. :'Hfi-told the court he hail arrested .ihe accueeil on ,np jjcrsonal kiiowlcdgo but on Iu6 MIOWI- of agents of the department. So- lidlors llarrls. naknd .the'.witness to, nroditee' cerlain confidential crime re-, ports but ho refused.. The court ruled IWil ihe witness illd not have lo pro- duce the said reports. Kdmoml litency vss Ihe second witness. Ho testified that he had boon In business in Coleman for 17 thnt ho had been R Justice of the peace for Jlitccn_jcar3 and lor ,H TContmued on Pago 4i. JIONTItliAb, line of tho btet nml mos actlvo pollllonl joiirnallats )u the prov Incc of Quclic-c, died .h'c'ro last Bight agctl GS. ;jV CRANBROOK LOMOND CARMANQAY ENCHANT RETI.AW TRAVERS the Xevvs Udllor. ;