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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XUL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920 NUMBER 23G 'QUAKE OPENS CRATER Outbreak, Scientists Say is Dae to The Italian Earthquake RESCUERS KILLED IN DEVASTATED REGIONS VOLCANO CRATER OPENS ROME, Sept. volcano crater has suddenly opened at the 4 top'of PUzo a mountain feet high, abouf nine miles northeast of Spezla. It Is on what appears to be the north- west corner of the district shaken by-Tuesday morning's earthquake, which resulted in the loss of, hun- dreds of lives in the region just north-of Florence. .'A telegram from Spezla etaies that the crater is emitting smoke and fumes and .that scientists there ..attribute.the volcanic outbreak to the The which 'devastated scores.oniUic towns and villages' north of .Florence seems to have followed the line of the mountains. i This is common to earthquakes in Italy. HOMELESS ROME, Sept. Epoca es- timates that the dead In the earth- quake exceed 500 and the home- less .RESCUERS KILLED FLORENCE, Sept. of those-working bravely. endeavor- Ing to rescue the Inhabitants who were burled by the earthquake, have been killed. At Flvizzlano, three men Including a carbineer, wore trying to move masonry from behlhd.whlch they heard the groanv of someone when a new esrth aback occurr- the-wail falling on .all them In sight'of th'e'. onlookers.. "J J Disturbances Subsiding. (wrthquiia shocks which'-haVo 'teen jell; since; the disastrous shocks 61 the devastated ione'l north pt-' this, city, i nd jcate U tllsturbance is subsiding, according to thfe ;6D5erT. story herervHe'sald that wheri eitial phbeks followed each other ratfier frequently they showed that the seis Tula phenomena ;ls djlng: down, while it a long-'pause succeeds a1 severe another 'strong shock 'oc which may be considered as thi tiilmlpation pf-the smaUsbocks whicl .should have come .at intervals. "The :shqeksrln the-present lie declared, '.'orq to ie a good sighs afl .Indicating ;that no aer lous -recurrence of the cartbtiua play bs Cat Recovered German Dyes J, Sept. attributed to the scientific detective In modern tales mystery, as applied to chemical analysis of orange colored spots on a waterfront cat, worth of stolen German dyes ar.d the arrest of 17 men, the United States department of Justice bureau here announced Government ilsuths assigned to solve the mystery; of who held up a watchman at a ware- house In Hoboken where six thousand of German dyes as. part'of Germany's In- demnity were being held, and carted the dyestuffs away In motor trucks, had been at work on the Sud- denly, attentionV was attracted by the strange-orange.color of spots'; on', a wharf cat- Following rwhat amounted to an department. of justice agent, caught the cat and took It to a chemist where Its orange, hair was analyzed, with the dltcovery, It was that" German dyes were responsible for Us unique color. The cat, then released and jte waa said, to ,have been located 7 in house street In Hqboken. The dyes were found Minister of Railways Favors Increased Rates to TORONTO, Sept. J. D. Reid, minister railways ant canals was a guest of the direc- tors of the, Canadian Nations! Ex- hibition at luncheon'today --.and gave an address in which 'he spoke in favor j of Line increased 'freight and passenger- 'rates re- cently granted to the railway com- panies of the country by the board of Railway Commissioners -for Canada. The 'minister intimated that 'the government favored the Increases. -'Canada is a: prosperous coun- said Hon. Dr. Reid. ''The value-of our agricultural lands has Increased per cent, during the last five yeari. Our banks have very rriuch 'larger deposits, our post office deposits are In- creasing. adyance we are making with our natural re-. sources, with the great future we- .have In this country, let us not be pessimists. Let us carry on the good work and In the Inter- ests of the railways and the coun- try as'a whole do not let ua too hard oni.our railway systems Give them a them> ah opportunity! If-you cannot boost, Dr. Reid io the 000' National rail- ways and asked fCould anything bt more dta- for .these men (Canadian National Railway of- ficials) .to.iWiirt country. The government ondor the strong respohalblitty a strong and atialgril COOTMV wd not onty to ttw bat to follow It H h tJxIr dirty to we i that their entire Is thrown Into this and to throw out bat- cry and.get-wtergetleaUy into fight" If the govermnen! goes down then Canada will know that' she had a.fight auch M never' was seen before." HAD BAD KtOHT SCHOOL TEACHERS AT RED- CLIFF RETURN TO WORK EDMONTON, Sept armia- ttca hasibeen dsclnrctl between tho Alberla Teachers' Alliahco and the. scbcjol'boarrl at ant] as a resnlt of an aBreemerit reachetl between, the parlies to the dispute the slatf of .ten teachers which has been on'strike since .the day on which, the schools were sche- duled lo open, will return to their duties next Tuesday. TO ACCOMPANY LIBERALLEADER ON TRIP TO WEST B. C., Sept.: Hon. W, L. MacKenile King, Lib- eral leader, will arrive here Sun- day, September 26 and will 'ad- dress a publlc'nieetmg the follow-- ing night, according to word re- ceived here today. Accompany- ing Mr. King will be Hon. Beland, W. C.'Kennedy, Ernest LapoThte and Win. Duff, all mem- bers of the federal parliament. Fair a vruiuut-vii wiiuvi MII u Exhibits of All Classes Exceptional BRITISH INOIAN GO TO'MESOPOTAMIA CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. .10. Indian troops which have been relieved by Greek forces, are leaving for Mesopo- tamia where Arab tribesmen are engaged in scattered outbreaks against the.British. Earl of Derby Says He Announc- ed Intention (o Retire Last Spring -PARIS. that the resignation of the' Earl of Derby ambassador, to Franco .WSB caiisod'by n disagreement with the British government over the policy lo off followed in Kussla.were denied by Hie retiring ambassador last night. He declared to Ihe Associated Press that last spring he ha-4 requested the Hrlt- Ish government lo relieve him bcforo Hie end of the year, owing to hfs de- slro to resume his activities In Eng- land. whether hn would rftKiimn his political work, he said he preferred a (From Our Own Corresnonflr-nt) CAKDSTONY Seplf 9. Without doubt ono of the most 'successful BChool fairs was held at the gymna- jium. The nurnuer ot the exhibitor! nnd the finality of Iho exhibits Indl- that tho chilrfrcn were really In earnest Jn each oilier In bringing in tho product of. their labor. Jo most cases tho exhibits were grown from Iho seed sown by Hie chib dren In (ho grades eared for and brought In by tho boy or Klri, as the case might be, with beating hearts and hcamlnG oyes full of pride In antl- cipalion of Ihc much looked for ,'Indlcalius that. Ihey hud wop the prize. Not alone was their real work evident In the garden products but In nil branches ot the fair. You only had along the cattls, sheep and swine eThiblU ti-'uS auk' lo select tho future.sheep and caltle- men. All classes of live stock were lo lie seen. Ono pen 'of chickens hatched .in January aro now among the egg producer's. Mr. 0. McConkcy, superintendent of school farms and Mr. Ixingmnn, principal of Agricultural College at llaymond were the juitgcs'iii'depart- ments A, JJ. 'C.pnd D, while Miss Alico and Miss N. Alloliy for WANTS FOR' 5-YEAR-OLD'S KICK NEW YORK, Sept. A vic- ious kick In the stomach, which she charge! was administered on Christmas day five ago by. Oustave .Barnett junior, then live. years old, was given here yesterv Say by Miss Martha as the basis for two dam- age suits filed against the boy and- hfs mother, f She blames mother, far. "carelessness In not teaching her son to conduct himself and In not warning her when was employed, of "hit evil 'and yloious phrase used by H. H. Asquith: and eec." BACK TO STANDARD TIME OTTAWA. Sept. was announc- ed al Ihfl city hall that daylight sav- ins would cease at midnight on. Octo- ber 2, ff, LEMlEUX'ARETIRtNG CALOARY, S.ep-l. an 4 V interview Rodolphe Lemieujc, former: poslmaster general, Intimates thai he Is v from public life and i- will not seek ro-clccllon. TORONTO, Sept J. D. Reid, minister ot railways and canals, who gaV.e" an address at the exhibition at, noon yesterday held a private con- ference, yesterday, afternoon with a number of local'.politicians, including Toronto's Til. It Is said: tho conference was with reference to the organization of tho Meighen parly, and that 'j. R. ]j. Starr, K. C, was named chairman of a strong committee appointed in this conneclion. SOLDIERS WANT TO CO-OpEHATE POLITICALLY WITH LABOR AND FARMERS VANCOUVER, Sept. In- vitation to a Joint conference for the purpose of. devising means for political .cooperation will be lisued by the Grand Army of Un- ited Veterans', to the Farm- ers' and ,Labor parties In thie' province. Decision to this effect was Jesterday at the first provincial convention of the G. A; U. V. FORMER JUDOE DEAD TORONTO, Sept. J, Mclntyre, a former Judge of Ihb county of Ontario, died here last night. He was 79 years old. CEMETERIES, PLAGES OF VULGAR DISPLAY Sept. Declnrlng -that cemeteries have evolved- from, simple restful ness to extravagant show snd that In- steid of being places of restful, nets and beauty they were usually of vulgar of monuments, fi. Grubb of -.Toronto, In an address befofs. the. fnter.national Associa- tion of Superintendents of terlet '.at the association's con- vention here yesterday dealt with landscape gardening-In cemeter- Sept. 20 has been officially fixed as the date for the provinical referendum on the question of tho best.method to deal with liquor In Brlllsh Columbia tor the fuluro. The voters wiil be called upon to decide whether tho present prohibi- tion act shall be continued in force or provision for government control and sale in sealed packages of splrltnous and malt liquors. CHIN TO HAVE NEW ELEVATOR (Special to The Herald) COALDALE, Sept El- lison Milling Co. Is'to build an elevator in Chin as the present elevator has been bought by the Noble Foundation. LONDON, Stpt MacSwIney, lord mayor of Cork; passed aQbau'n'yM in Brlxton prison, where ha Is continuing his hunger strike which 'Aug- ust 12, taya a bulletin issqed this morning by the Irish Silf-Oeter- mlnatton League. He Is suffering great pain in his arms and: legs and complains of a feeling of dioiness numbness, Is COW KICKED AND QIHL BROKE ARM (SpeeW to Heratd.) WINNIPRED, .''Sept Ed. year pld daugh- ter had a vary and accident Sat- urday while playing. Several were trying to horseback- on a cow. The cow ktcked throwing to the groimd breaking her arm. She was hastily taken to Sow Island to medical help. Y. MAYOR OOESfTT REPRESENT LOYAL NEW YORK, adlan burdlans of' Liberty" have written to Prem- ier Lloyd George disputing Hylan's declaration that repre- sented the citizens of New York when he urged 'the. rsleaw. of Terence MacSwlney'whd Is'o'h a- ,hunger strike In Brlxton prison. The letter to Lloyd George said Mayor Hylan did not represent the o It liens of New York who are loyal to.Oi. United Stitei. Luxury Taxes Boost Inland Revenue Returns Sept. from inland rercn- ue, as a result of luxury and other special taxes imposed, liavo taken a big leap forward. For the live months closing wllh the end ot August, re- rflinls from Inland fetemie wero during the cbrrcaponaing months ot J919 they wero For the month of Angust nlone, in- land revenue receipts were in August 1919, Tho figures appear In tho monthly statement issued by the department ot finance loday. For the first tioia the statement gives details both ot ordinary revenue and ordinary ex- penditures for tho five months, end- ing August 31, ordinary revenue and ordinary expenditure compare as follows: T.S Ordinary revenue, 1924, for 1919, Ordinary expenditure, 1950, for 1919, In explanation of the heavy increase in ordinary is ex- plained that this year's figures in- clude Iha first .Interest payment on tho last loan. Revenue from ..income tax during the month ot August Van comnareiV with In Augnsl, J919; from business protiLs tax iti comparison with 161 collected from business profits it August, 1919. Tbe main items maVIng up ordinary expenditure for the- fire months end- ed Angust 31, compares: Interest public dabt, 1MO, 578; 1910, Agrlcultnre, 1920, 1919, Pensions, 192G, 1919, Public works consolidated fund, 1920, 1919, Post offlcs, 1920, Domliilon. landJ, 1920, 1919, Soldier land Betlicraent, 192D, '1919, K53I.064. Soldier ciTl! ro-eslabllshment, 1919, The total net debt, after deducflng non-active assets ,now amounts 14 ;