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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XH1. LETHBHIDUE. AIJJERTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER NUMBER 22.T LOR D MAYOR few York Is Tied UpbyTkeeMore Out Painters Go On .Strike for Per. Day and Fiver Day Week Takes Turn for Worse on 20th Day of Hunger Strike SINKING RAPIDLY TODAY King Unlikely io Take Personal Action for Release as Cabi- net Might-Resign: LONDON, Sept. Terence _MacSwiney, of Cork, spent a. restful night In Bnxton and secured several snatches of Although very weak, he was bright and cheerful this morning. There were, how- severe dullness of the eyes ahd general signs of slnkihg as a result of b'sMong hunger strike.. Mayor MacSwlney's, "re- mained with him during the night. NBTV YQHK, Sept. more atrikea, Involving at least twenty thou- sand men, today were added to New York's list ot liter disputes. Fifteen thoimml palulers, decorat- ors aji 6 paper" haTJgere'rmvc voted .to quit work tomorrow to enforce theij demands for-JlQ a day for an eight- hour day aud a. five-day week. Three thousand moving vau -driv- ers, helpers and packers, on" the eve ot shifting "the homes for New York families this fall, .fcegaii their walkout today, deinandiug ah a week and an'eight-hour- day. ;Two thousand pre- euted demands yesterday (o their to lar aside their tools today it _ their demands are not met.- They demand a day I nuuimum jpay, 10 hoJiclayKi a i the curtailment ot overtime to urgent necessity. These strikers do. not include the due now Ihou- sdnd employees pt the Brooklyn Rapid the "resigna- tions" of the-engineers, Ilrpnien; and mechanics of'the city's [ederal butld-l ings, which Tveut futo effect this inorn-j SURE Railwaymen and Transport Workers Support Claims of the Miners'. Federation Reward fgr Toronto Offer of for Information Fails Word of His Whereabouts ACTION TAKEN IS SURPRISE TO PUBLIC Sept. Mac StrJb.cyv lord mayor of Cork, who has teen on a hunger strike .since Augus' 32 against his arrest by the Eritisti authorities, suffered a change ftr -the worse' last "nighl in Brixton prison, Ink city; .where he Is con- Late morning editions of London say he is sinking rapidly A complete numbness of Ihe limbs developed, and MacSivlney can no longer'speak, because of weakness, It is said. Lord Sta'ufordham, -private secre- tary to Xing' George, has replied to a Horatio William'Botlom- Jey, member ol parliament, urging Ihe release of. MacSwInej tie told Mr jBottpmley that even if the King: fa: tne release of the mijor it bq reffe.cted the sover- eign's, peraopal action In the face-of ihe advlces'bf his ministers, vlth the presumable result that they woulc. sign declared also there was the further risk that the "Sonntrj atlarge anlgbl regard the price paid loo high the object obtained and blame the King for creating' a grave political crisis at a time1 of special national totress'ar.d anxiety.' Was Better Tuesday LONDON, Aug. Mac JSwlney, lord mayor of Cork, who is Sn Isrixton prison lu a critical co'ndl tion as a result of his hunger slrike passed a 'slightly better "day Tuesday TYPHOON AT MANILA MANILA, P.I'., Sept. unusual. ]y..severe lyphooii recorded here last Had Been Led to Believe Other Unions Would 'Not (Jive Support to Strike LONDON, Sept. Even- ing News asserts the triple alliance of raiEway- msn, transport workers and not adopt mediation measures between miners and the.government. On the con- trary, the newspaper says, thev ratlwaymerT transport work- ers havq1 pledged full and active .support to the rhlnerg should a strike be decided upon at tomor- row's conference of delegates of -.unions; LONDON, Sept. of the policy to be followed by tlie "triple alliance" of lalior regarding support- night caused hundreds of thousands of JI1E lllc miners' strike. was dollars i amage.- Electric power When llie: executive, coriunit tut Hie cits in darkucss Of iho ihree'greiit unions reassem- All ilreet tart were stopped Thou Iier8 thls morning. The committee of tbe organjzMions miners' federation, Ihe NatEonnl Union1 of Railwayman, and the triiis- port the miuers' strike vote at a joint session last CVR- ijj. miners' rcpresenla- eawls of trees were uprooted, anil 'fell across the streets, preventing traffic. No deaths were" but many people were injured by flying debris. Bread Prices Due To Take a Tumble- Flour Prices Down Montreal Announces Drop, of S1.10 to Barrel on" Flour of'New Crop Harvest Proceeding With No Damage Despite the Dull Weather FINISH WHEAT CUTTING THIS WEEK The miss'iD'g'Jttieitfe magnate. Sept offer of a reward, of for Information as Frost Damage Expected Toes- day Night Bat None Reported, in Prairie Provinces Apprehension that an early frost might injure tbe'standing grain Is rer lieved ty the warmer weather now pre- vailing lu spite of the dun skies. Last I night the mercury dropped to. 48, which leaves a 16 point margin above the frost point. .Daring the day Tues- mercury stood at 66. (Sitting; Is .proceeding very rapidly, and this week'will see all the wheat, and much of the coarse grains In the stools. A few ..late fields will remain. Threshing, starts In many places to- day 'and wiirbe general by the' firel to the whereabo'iifs" of Ambrose J- of the weak millionaire theatre owner w'eather. Blm'uir. to what Sonthern who disappeared from tins city on -De- not since been seen or beard'from, empires automati- cally today. offer of a reward of for" the I recovery of Mr. SmiiM's-body, if'found dead.-'-- Dr; G. B. .Cbimolly, president, 'and Alberta. 13 r experiencing. Is all over the west- by reports gathered from; Canadian Press correspondents today. .s At Calgary CALGARY, Sept. Although gar managing director of the Capital Trust! den owners reported a-sllght fros' v.ilhdre'v. and delegates tioin ihepioUd conferjsJih.H'-s Small ax other two unions cotit'nued tup meet solicitor, l-'Vant jHughes, soon, all the-leaders of both unions be- compauy. truBteca Mr, Small's es- tate, said iasi iiight that he did-not wheth'e'r, offers would ha icnewed or sile said lie probably anrl her with Nothing sih. Tuesday the official cily ther mcmeter registered ably 36 degrees At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning the Tnercnry was rising andj registered 55 degrees. reference Io_tbi3 question nig present The meeting m of s tangible naturehad resulted irom llbe passage of a resolution oners of tho rev-ard, hc_said, al 'that the miners' claims were hotn.! though they had been productive of rejtonable and just .and bhoulrt be (a freat rteil on the part ot considered at once. While this" reso- i the police forces and; detective agen- I luliou does not necessarily mean a Three Automobile'.Crashes Are strike, it will without doubt greatly situation) and was some j.what of a surprise, as.it was consid.- J ered doubtful that the alliance'' luonld sujtport tlie miners Consideratlous hearing' on the situ- ation are the fact that two-thirds'.ma- jority .favoring a strike.was obtained by a narrow margin and.Ihe further fact lour hundred Ace [dents struck by an Le thousand miners did not probably rjfay he regarded as. opposing a stoppage of work. These may-check the extremists, as tbe general public and British are generally Leave for-West to Re- Out Land Burn- 5 ed Fire QUEBEC, Sept. MeunonHe Key. .1. D..Ram- pel, K, F. Fraiseti and J. Gos- who, with thcv permission, of the provincial government, visited the district-with a view" to bring- tbo from Ba3kalchQwanvlo .settle in this prov Incc, returned1 "to Qiiebcc yesterday lind left immediately to return to the west to report, on their tour oC In- ppeclion Jn this province. Unlike'the average settler in Ibis province, the Mennonites V'oodcd lands, and-the-sectlon which they wcre( been swept by {oreBt flrcs, so tliai." it'is ready.for ho settler's plow.- .-The delegates seemed very favorably impressed with'vhal they had seen. MONTREAL, Sept in niid around :tho ,cit> eluded' following Mrs. Ttene llobic, C6, automobile at. Notre Dame and Tourneau streets', Miassolneuve. suf- fered a fractured ami and internal in- juries .Jumping down :15 -.feel in the eleya-' lor shaft ot the -Swifl refrigerating-p.lanl oil Craig street east, R. Dennis, '35, suffered severe inlcrual His .condition is jly explore tlie path of mediation, critical. Struck by .ah. automobile at St. James s-lreet and Vicloria Siiuare, Kd- ward J..Cotter1, severe bead injuries and, 11 toruised back. Struck hy an Qiitoniqbile.nn St. rcncc street, near Shcrbrooko street. George Orr, 38, suffered a. fraclnreili skull and ivas Ink'en to this General j Hospital where his condition is sec- tics all Ihe'.worlrl There Is ,1 reward o? In fonnaljon leading oE John Doughty, maH'e-secreLary, disappeared "on Ueceraber 2S, 1919 are for his arrest on a charge ot kidbappingshts former employer, At Edmonton I3DMOVTON. Sept ther niometer registered 34 degrees .la's night Heavy 'og bu Victory Bonds against a strike. It.'would therefore not be. surprising shouldi tha confer- ence- today decide to more Iharoiigh- ATLANTIC PORTS CONGESTED, COAL SHIPMENTS HELD UP WASHINGTON, Sopt. to at Atlantic jiorti. the Inter Btate Commerce Commission loda> 'mspended for five (lava, beginning to- ynorro.w, its rewnt order giving prior- ity lo coal shipments by water to New states. Commits Suicide Irish "President" Lityng Campaign for Irish Freedom In Canada EMPRESS OF FRANCE DOCKS QUEBEC, Canadian Empress of France, from Liverpool, carrying 333 flrst- that hunger slriWng can not be jusli ass passengers, 397 second-class and [713 'about lonfi'of pRnnral cnrgo, InrlHrttng pieces of mall, as well as 650 parcel p oat package s, arrived In port fcsterday. INLAND REVENUE INCREASES MONTREAL, Sept. A heavy In- trease- in revenue, at the- inland rev? tnuo odlce for Montreal Is shown for Total amount collected was as against for July., New war (axes are included in to the amount of -Al llio 'customs house total of cus- toms rcvenno.for August amounted to as against for NEW YORK, Aug. (or organir.allon of Ihe Irish in Canada in Ihe fight for Irish "freedom" were That is View J.'Of-.Rev. by "President" E6 Valcra Admin- ister Last Sacrament question has usen widely discussed, hero .recently us to whether II Is justifiable lo give the last sacrament. to hunger strik- ers, it being maintained by many -per- sons thai lo ail'lnferoals, such strikers were committing suicide. Faihcr Ber- nard Vaughn, famous for his sermons and today .made Iho follow- ing atatcmciil lo the Press. Associa- tion rcgardliig the subject: "Personally, from "my reading theol- ogy, moral and dogmatic, 1 should.not feel enlilleil lo administer ihe rlies of the- church to anyone, no mailer what his nationality, who Was dclib- and a delegation from the dominion j nl CIKt Haven, X. Y., yesterday, It [was announced here today. Coinci- [denl with llic return of De Valcra to Xeiv York it was staled that hp 'had outlined the campaign in Canada" and thai organization would be carried oul as soon as possible. Do Vnlera admitted to Ihe Canadian Press lonighl thai he had made oral trips to Canada recently' in con- neclion with .1110 Selt-Delermination (or Ireland League ot Canada" which is now being organized, but deplhw! to g'vo out any regarding his lllllc excursions Into the Domln Ion. "I was In Canada no longer ago ihaii. last he said, lie mil mated that be had been In Montreal but refused to slalc whether ho visited TORONTO, Sept. financial ncn here were completely surprised t Ihe news of Ihe reduction in Ihe jrk-e of Victory bonds. Bond dealers generally upheld llie decision of'the government and Ihe market committee n making .Ihe A large umber of Ihe members of Ihe Tofonlo :idck Exchange argued that now the Victory, bonds shuulil be. traded, in ipcnly, Instead altll left in he hands of the market committee, claimed that.-It there bad icen open trading in tile bonds there vputd not have been., a three-point drop in the price, suclras fitarlled the irokers wilh regard to several of Ihe sftiiqs on Monday. Tbo. riucation of control will come up shortly, as the igrcenicnt with .tho Montreal .and Toronto exchanges and the erately dying tliroflgh a hunger strike.I tint 1 am free lo admit that other Iheologians, far jnore learned than! I am, would reverse my-verdict on Ihc i subject. other Canadian cities. HAIL SWEEPS CONNECTICUT NEW HAVEN', Conn., Aug. "Some moralists there are who deuV persons dead, a score injured, damage tied; others have drawn 'A dfslinclion belween and subjcc- lico error. Hut, as you are asking for lo Ito crops estimated af and hoavy'losses lo farm building; wns tbo toll of a series of eleclrlca and hail Storms Ihnt swept over my personal, view of tho subject, JJseclions of Conncclldut thls'afternpon give II for whai''lt is.-wotlh without The storm assumed cyclonic pro'por comment who may differ from me." lions in Ntlrlh Haven, Norlh Gnllford Kast Windsor, Grandby places. and olhe AR6ENTINE RIOTS; TWO KILLED! BUENOS AIRES, Sept, Two per- 1 PROHIBITIONISTS NAME sons wwc killed and 15 wounded all WOMAN SENATE CANDIDATE sons Kinea anu 10 wounoeu at Rosarlo yesterday- when po- lice clashed with four thousand union who nad'gathered In front of tio court of appeals, where two union- Iflta were About ,lo -be sentenced for policeman during previous labor disorders. Khootlng began when the jiollce altemptert to disperse the S. Sept. woman Mrs. C. J. of Upland, wa nomfnatcd a candidate for the Unltei ,Stales senalo hy llic Indiana prohlbl lion parly which concluded its annnu convention In .Indianapolis last night she Is ihe wife tie president at, .Taylor i Toronto Bond Men Surprised at Point Drop. Announced clearing-wllh'iirpspecls ot bright sun Bhine. ..Slight touch of (rost Monda night, but no damago done. At Prince Albert "PRINCE ALBERT, sept, ha been cloudy with- Intermittent show last'Salurday, barves ing i operations being, completely su pended. Tbe nio'st-'of cut and'stooked, however, and n serious' anticipated. 'Fa plowing will be greatly facilitated b .he moisture. At Reglna very.lilt! rain has ;fallen here during Ihe las 24 hours, .the sky still remains heav is no Indication of a brea the weather that has continue since Saturday night. At Saskatoon SASKATOON, Sept. mist weather has how continued for foi days with no sign of clearing. At'Brandon BRANDON, Sept. rainfall 1.07. inches last _nlght dispelled an apprehension of frosl In this dislrtc Tjhreahlnf has been held up-slnco Sa urday owing lo .rains. The lowe temperature last night was 54. No Frost Reported WINNIPEG, Sept. frost damage have been received fro any district In the three iiralrio pr vinces. During Iho last three da> cool, showery 'wealher has been go hut as most ot tho crop was c and atookcd, no serious damago is e pectcd. Some points report that fa plowing will bo greatly facilitated b Ihe abundant moisture. ers' Association will on .ember. 30, Sen- Winhipegers Now Pay Seven Cents For Ride On Cars; Many Walking W1N.N1PBO, Sept. car 'ares'ih Winnipeg advanced Ihls morn- ng'lo seven cents, vfflh four tickets (or Solents. Suburban fares went ip in proportion. A newspaper sta- MICHIGAN PRIMARIES listlcan estimates that 10 cent. of Ihe usual number of city passen- gers, or will walk to work or jleasure, unlit they become acqustom- 2ti lo the ntn! rales. DETROIT, Sepl. runnin second lo Milo D. Campbell, Candida of Iho Farmers' organization. Atto ney-Ceneral Alex. J. Groesbeck car today Jumped into the lead ot the nin pointed race for the Republican gube natorlal nomination in Tuesday slato-wido primary. Return's fro precincts out ot in tli stale gave Grossbeck Cam bell a plurality for the altorne general of On tho Democratic ticket, fsrs; Oovetnor Woodbridge, Ferris and O 51. Wilson were unopposed tor nom ation for. governor and lieutenant-go crtior, respectively. was announces at with IRISH STILL FIGHT Local milling comptnles are await- word as" to the new flpur prices hlch ara 'eipected to bs announced day following the decontrol, of! ices, and the conclusion'oC-the ac-l vitles of the Canada Wheat Board. I onlreal millers this morning an- Rebels and Nationalists Clash Again in Belfast and One Man 'pertarfe "We hive not started grinding heat the Herald was toltl at] JISINN FEIN FORCES ARE DRIVEN OFF Ellison MtlllES -Co, plant, this j braing, "but local mills last--.week! Curfew Law Now in Force in duced the prica ot Quiet Last Night andard fiour 90vcerits per barrel H 111 he a few days before the make themselves felt." A redaction in tbtf price of bread tally from Ihe present price of Jl.36 3r 10 loaves is expected to he made s soon as the price -Of new wheat BELFAST. resumed here this momlos Nallohallsts and tPnlocist our A drop to eight workers from ShtnWII district and aves for a dollar "Is expected within troops. Heavy firing conttand near- few days. jly half an It Is-lured the Flour Drops in Montreal casualties are ieavy. fighting Sept.- ceulered about North jlreet. or'a decrease lu the cost of bread further quickened yesterday hen'the leading Canadian, heat millers eductions In announced considerable the -price of new crop pring wheat flour, the announcement cladding with the ui tho Can- da 'Wheat Board, with prices running rom to J1.80 lower than the That with EhJejard w_ofkera at 8 o'clqcV. Suddenly there wai' a ot'Vre-' volver shots apparently coming from' Mill Field, whlth the csnlre of the KationalialV rtreet abutting on North. street. mflitary pickets niEh- Jed to-the Ecene, took' shelter behind .allaand overnment standard -Hour wasse 1- wMch waa returtled b fire, tattle accompanied by the eductions all'along the line for var- ous grades used by baVers. --The luill- rs also announced a dec-line ot sixty ents a barrel in the govern- lent standard spring, .wheat flour: to 14.25 a barrel. 1; M V TORONTO, Sept. Annouucemenl oday of a long drop in the price of oth new' and. old crop wheat is. view- d as a serious bend In- the back of he high cost ot living bogey and. the orernnher of 'a generaV decline, in rices. Though bakers- here.' state hat the price of tread be affected for some time' yet, con- ceded thatj .break in the wheat market is the beginmEg ot cbits. Canadian Railways Get Cars Back From States To Handle Big Grain Crop OTTAWA, Sept. arc being.made by the Canadian railways lo re. duce Ihe number of their- r-ar.s on Ihe other side of iho lioundary, In order to make provision for Ihe handling ot the 1820 wheat cr.ip. In recent weeks, the balance .of Canadian ears on United States lines as against American cars In Canada, has been greatly reduced, railway department officials hero point out thai while Ihe Knit- ed. Slates Is actually suffering Jrom. car EhoiUge. herseU, It Is a. -hard nialicr to get Canadian cars liait: to this'side line. Fur- llic-r. there Is naturally a normal li.ilr.Mcc of about more Can- c-ars In Ihe United States Ihaii American cars In Canada, owing to tho diCerent clusses of' frulsl'.i handled north and south.. As far us possible-, however, Canndiaii rallwfty.4 are gelling Ihcir own cars .back and are not loading try shipment to United Stales'.pornls any, cars which would-be serviceable .fov the handling of 'wheat anil olhcr- gratas; or mill and foundry Sinn Matters fliiaUy became too hot for tbe Sinn Keinsrs, and tbsy -were'dis- pjged with the aid of an. armored car. .The shipyard workers, in their, zeal to tbe soldieri, becsmi, a nuisance and the commanding officers asked them to withdraw. Tramcars caught betweeii the 'opposing'force's ran a gauntlet of bullets; tha drivers cowering over their wheebi and the passengers lying on the floor. It is definitely knowa that one man was killed in the North street en counter. There Tvas another ..bitter fight at the'docks.belween shlpyafd workers and union, dock, workers, the; dockers firing on the shipyard em- ployees. Tha latter used sticks and stories battle wased-uulil; 'polke and toldlcrs with machine gurf eniefe'irib.e conflict One ddckef was killed'by the misdirected flre of hla own party. The total fires In Belfast since Wednesday last reached' 214. this morning. Belfast Down BEL-FAST, Sept. tf the curfew order in thU city laal night had a quieting effect. All 'persons without permits "were compelled' Iti' leave the at 10.30 o'clock and all tram cars ceased running-al n o'clock. Before midnight the streets were almost deserted, aud only a few persons without permils'vere arrest-, cd. There were Bereral fires In var- ious ot the town during tha early evening, bat no riots oc- curred. Although Belfast was far from peaceful yesterday, there was noth- ing similar lo the wild scenes of Mon- day. Sporadic outbreaks occurred, however, tbo worst being on Old Road on the north side of ,tha city where soldiers fired on a during the forenoon. Another riot took place at Cattle. of. Belfast, where Nationalist began an attack in. the rise to a titnation so serious .that troops were nnnnfoned. When the disorder continued, the sol-. dlers dispersed the rioters, several casualties being inflicted. Ulster VoTunteera Efforts are being made to have Ul- ster volunteers accepted an patrolmen by the police aulhorllies, but tho lat- ler1 have been reluctant to assent to the scheme. The volunteers' claims, have been near here, and tbe civilian patrol has been doing valuable J Sinn. Fein police did duty in the Falle district .on Stonday night, ot course, without the kndwledgo :pf- the authorities, They closed public houses in Ibat part of Ihe city during tho lima they .wftre on duty. Their, work was emulated, Ibough not In th.S: same spirit, by Unlon'sl youths ih various parls of the city yesterday. These men continued their.campaign of against XaUbna'ltst li- censed houses. Dane? Hall Invadtd. Masked aart armed invaders Invad- ed a VlfLiice fiall at tliu Ross Claro raw sugar nt 11 cents rosl-and-frelgiu strand hotel, county on MOIJ- while llio best bid in the market night while a" fancy ball was 8 icnta a'pound. Tlierc was a siuall j fufl'swing, They compolled th sale of Pern sugar at 9% cents today, crs (6 raise their lands abov Columbus State Fair Crowd Hears Cox and English League Says Cox COLUMBDS, O., Sept. Cox and Dr. A. ,3. Watkins. two ol presidential; candidates, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Governor Coi's running mate, divided lime in address ing a crowd at the Ohio state fair here yesterday. Governor Cox, voicing the Democral party's stand on the League of N'a lions, declared for the league, am criticized the plan advocated by Sena- tor Harding, Ob'io's thirit presidential candidate, in his recent speech, when tho lalter proposed an international court'ot justice, billon candidate, Watklns. prohi- criticized both tho Republican and Democratic parlies for not taking a slant! on prohibition, which he declared to be the para- irfount jssue.. In his discussion of of Nations, Governor Cox made refer- ence to approval of Ihe plan recenlly announced by Senator Harding, his opponent, by Viscount Grey, former foreign secretary of England, Ihe governor, said, "we are not going lo permit Viscount Grey or any other English statesman to'writo our. agree- ment. Wo are not for an English league. We are for-a world leagijc ot nations." SUGAR DEMAND FALLING OFF Cuban Holders Olfer New York De- livery at 11 Takers NKVV de- mand tor refined sugar has led ,tn Rcncn. of intercsl In the -New York market. Cttb'an holders are ofierlng which is citnlvttlenl lo 1014 cents for Cnhnn. Thnre was a small export (ncniiry In thn dane-: their heads, after which the guests were scarclie'd and a number ot military and natal .officers were expelled. These. tho 'market, bill not of sufliclfnl vol- i nffirnro infirfned that (hey werp _ 'tiol pei IKittcd.to mingle socially .with liic people, as they belonged lo the urniy. o! occupation, Several ladies were sent home on the alleged ground Hint they were Improperly dad. When tiie millers withdrew, no attempt waa mnde-lo renew tha dance._. umo to n.ftal prices. HANGAR COLI.APSE8; MAN KILLED Hrpt. L- 'Thomas fhaw killed, George had his tiiiill fraclured and Nelson Cousins v.rts RerlouKiy iiij'jrerl when air- plane iiansar at North Sydney collaps- I ed yesterday The hangar WHS in process of dlsn'ianllenicnl pre- paratory for Ehlpmeut lo .Vancouver. Too many of tho lower supports had been lakeu awny and Ihe supcrslruc- lure, composed ot steel raf'.crs, col- lapsed FORT WILLIAM CAR FARES UP FORT WILLIAM, on the Fort William .arid Port1 Arthur electric: Hue loday aJvjrftcd to seveii cents, with four tickets toy 2J ceni.8. tickets have tit- coutinucii. ;