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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaReadings i free thermometer readings 7.30 ., her. 11 is Per. Ii. A.m., tire. 1? __1s ?.30 . Dec. In i or full report of office report. Re Page one. Yol. .38-.n-0. Forecast cold. Mostly Cloudy and not so Sun rises. 3.17 Sun sets. 16.26. Moon 15.36 Moon sets. 8.28. Monday december 12, 1932 Price 5c per copy edition Teilh comic Loc 20 pages Cape to England hop Hurt in shootings Bandit suspect and two victims shot in Alberta Man runs amuck in . Manager of Edmonton theatre Friend and alleged robber wounded in desperate struggle during at tempted apparently temporarily insane kills self at Rose Lake ., after wounding another Man. Confers on War debt situation British ultimatum requires cancellation of Concession be withdrawn next thursday on is . Self slain during no apparent lit of in sanity and four others one a Bandit suspect Are wounded As a result easily arranged As such inter for once by persian malcontents with see Page eleven. Column one Montagu Norman left governor of the Bank of England stopping or a Chat n Downing Street. , after holding a conference with Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the exchequer following the comple Tion of a second note to the United states requesting an Extension 01 debt payments. Been Good t distance in 10 j Nubia and 45 minutes averaging a solve to co operate in the disarm Little More than 110 Miles an hour. Alarm if could keep up that Speed ment conference with a View to seek j q11 the leg Between Here and Dula ing substantial armament should arrive at her second place at about seven document o clock this morning . 2 . E.s.t.1. I i Iven great Send off i new York. Dec. Depart Cable j me it of Commerce weather station i Cane town. . Dec. At Mitchell Field. Long Slanc. A moments with the. Provision for Johnson Mollison who j future revision and with a View to the record for the or lie Diane further reductions. Early sunday on a re Germany to co operate Tim. Flight which she Hopes to the Begeest step in the agreement j Complete in less than the four Days. Appeared to be Germany s expressed. Six hours and 55 minutes sue too.-, her place Mon the outward trip. Of Captain Louis Harden Ana waiter Crawley Austin. The two men left at 1 . Uro Coo. Apparently temporarily insane. Aii amuck with a Rifle and then took Liis own life at Rose Lake. L. J. Carson was wounded in the right below the Elbow. James Rose missed death by inches when Industrial problem and the Indus-1 Cleece sent four bullets whizzing Cin Ailian Montreal. Dec. 12. The great problem of present Dav is t in trial problem will be unsolved a mall Industry As a whole conies to be viewed in a. Light wholly different that in which it has been viewed in the past. So declared it. Hon. Mackenzie King Dominion Liberal Leader Here saturday at a luncheon Given under the auspices of the Quebec provincial committee of the women Industry natio Nal federation Liberal clubs. Of the past has been viewed too largely As a Means to the acquisition of wealth instead of the Means human administering h2eds." continued or. King. It has been the Battleground of contending rival economic interests instead of he common ground of my trial human interests. What we Are wit Nessing today of starvation in the midst of plenty is the result of that mistaken Conception of the Funda mental purpose of Industry and Industrial organization the outcome of Itiat colossal in the proper order of things in i Dii Stry was meant to serve the needs humanity not humanity Weed past him. Cleece apparently struck by a fit of insanity left the ranch where he was Ernp loj de. About noon with his Rifle. Arriving at Hose Lake three Miles Distant he shot Carson who was cutting Wood by the Roadside of the House. Cleece then rushed around the House and fired four shots at Rose none of which took effect. Police were notified Here and Sergt. Gallager and Constable Ray one accompanied by game Warden Alken and doctors Trafon and Mckenzie. to Rose s ranch where they found Cleece with his head blown off. F i 1ips 1 in Lull British debts note asking reservations to resume the conference. The conference thanks to Ger Many s return and the Franco Ger Man understanding on Equality and Security now appears More than Ever headed for Success signers of Sun Clay s declaration agreed. While they admitted that merely they other husband changing his Des Austin and Marden Are partners in an air taxi company at burling ton. Warden was piloting the plane on the trip. Hundred children have narrow escape when school burned Canadian press despatch Noi a Villa. Out. Dec. Hurt children had a narrow escape 0 grave crisis Between . 1 land Britain developed on prepare complaint police charging Guy with. Killing of capt. Wander Well special Preis despatch to free press rec i Ress private wire by Joseph ii. Ba1rd Washington dec. British i government delivered an unexpected her Small monoplane she was a mobbed by a crowd or is t. Parties. The principle of Equality and Security the crowd intense inter had been accepted and that the a it in a Small biscuit Box which i plication thereof is still a matter for aboard the plane but she i refused to divulge its that s my she said. I a zealous Mechanic offered her an extra set of spark plugs but she re i ejected them on the ground she wanted to keep the weight of her machine As Low As possible. In reply to the usual questions a Lxiv Vears pro dec. Js72 about her health Amy said i feel returns Rolu the unite i right but i m yawning j suites presidential elections showed before she left she told a renter i beaten news Agency correspondent 11l Sec there in record time All right. I must negotiation. It is expected that an other five Power meeting will be con Ste fire column of of Calgary fatality look1n6mckmrd from Ilia i Ruc i Ress special United press despatch to free press by free press private wire Beach. Cal., dec. Two new so tirces police sunday Nair it attacked the Alibi of William James curly Guy Young Welsh adventurer while they prepared a com a plaint charging him Witlox the revenge murder of a fellow Soldier of Fortune. Captain Walter wander Well. Guy s principal Alibi Edward de Larm Indian aviator assert edly save detectives important Aid in their attempt to undermine the welshman s claims that lie was 30 Miles away when. Wander Well was shot in the last monday night. De Larm at first told detectives that Guy remained All monday night it the tji irm Home in Gle Clale. Police claimed de srm s evidence Hiss been changed. So far is i am a. Death when the four roomed Ron Crnec it have been pos u Noelville separate school was burned for go to has room a me. The stains we Sci. Nip non i he front of the House without rav from must be made proportionate to the services Winch were rendered to Industry. 1-Riiiiniii-nl the Liberal Leader was the i jut ii Vav i Iii i at a function which brought j Etner prominent Libei Ais of Mont see Kleven column three Noelville separate school was burned to the ground Here. Only one Pipii i Wajs injured. I falling to heed the teacher in a Ruck oils and descend the stuns with the other pupils Rhea Daoust 13. Of or. And mrs. Alcide _ leaped from a Mcmond Storey window to the Frozen ground beneath and suffered a fractured left leg. Knowing de Larry was quoted by his questioners. He had a Kev to my car. Joshn seas . Glendale youth who said he saw Guy at the de srm Home Between 7 and 9 o clock Mon Day night also has changed his store according to authorities. Newsom Jheda of Prairie govern in pets to seek common ground for p Esen tation of their problems to of is. Toronto varsity wins Canadian Junior Rugby football title defeating Moose jaw maroons 6. University of Southern California 13-0 Victory Over notre Dame before crowd of 1. League of nations has not failed lays Rev. C. W. Gordon who has just returned from 16." f Arsenal consolidates position at top soccer league standing with a Over Chelsea. 7. Three Oak vice a twists escape ser injury when car turns upside in 16. Selkirk and Falcons Meetin the hockey league match at amphitheatre s. Failures of 1.199 Banks in . Due w laxity in 16. Snowfall from new York to san Francisco warns . Of Winter s arrival special United Tress Caw to free press by flee press private wire London dec. Amer Gencva Cabinet meeting to Leal with the United states note re fusing Britain s offer to in pc conditional payment of her War debts instalment clue dec. 13 was reported to be scheduled for later today. Leading members of Ilic Cali inet were called from immediately Ami informed of. Tie change in the situation. A Tele phone message was sent in Raris for j Remc minister Kamsay Mac who was to pass through there in route Home from Geneva. The daily Herald cad Irons the 1 a Pleil Stales reply in. Us late said that a grave on War a Clits Lias Kiev clop a Between Britain and the a listed slates. It added that mat Donald was Ribisl i s from Geneva in fill with the situation and Tliatha impede to arrive Lien at noon to Call an immediate Cabinet meet weather report is tic weather report ious says acting Cosgrave party plans action on Irish free state land annuities ques mrs. E. Clarence Holmes former resident of winning Dies at Berkeley 13 railway strike Over wage question a weakens in Northern Ireland. 16. Overtime played in All week end rational hockey league Eames. 5. Is much interest aroused by visit to a Codon of Premier 15. . Pioneer sheriff of Dies in Specula United Tress despatch to free press by free Tress private wire Chicago dec. Of the most snowstorms in years spread a heavy White Blanket from new York to san Francisco sunday night and notified the whole coun try that Winter is Here. In Ohio the storm reached blizzard proportions and. Imprisoned four men on a tiny Island from which they could not escape until the winds subsided. Chicago had heavy snowfall All Day and sunday night Lay under a White Blanket several inches deep. Snow began falling again in new sunday afternoon after a Lull. Snow fell for the third straight Day in san Francisco. It was a re Cord for snows there in any one month. The temperature fell to 27 above the lowest in weather Bureau history. Nevada. Montana Minne Sota and Wisconsin continued in the trip of Zero and tempera Tures it was 10 below in Eastern Nevada and Zero at Reno. At Den ver it was 9 below sunday and two below sunday night. With i eaten Snow flurries. Missouri. Kansas Nebraska. Okla Ithoma Arkansas and sections of Texas All were buried under a heavy Snow Blanket As temperatures close to the Zero Mark. The Snow was received with thanksgiving Kansas Farmers providing As it did much needed moisture for the state s wheat acreage. Crops in Oklahoma and Texas were aided. The storm provided work for Many unemployed men at Omaha neb., where they were mobilized to clean streets and sidewalks of Snow. The temperature in Chicago Hov ered just enough below freezing that the heavy Sticky Snow did not melt and piled up hour after hour. Hundreds of men found employment cleaning sidewalks. The Chicago motor coach company kept Spriow in operation. Thousands of in ii also found work in new York keeping the streets Clear for traffic. While the storm did not cause weather As severely cold in any Sec Tion As the howling blizzard which swept Down out of Canada did in the Midwest last week it was More widespread and its consequently threatened to become As serious. More than 20.000 slept again Sun Day night in Chicago Charity shelters. Despite the severity of the storm fewer deaths from exposure have been re ported than in. Previous years. This was accounted for by the fact that with 12.000.000 people out of work throughout the country the employed people of the United states have been to the seriousness of the situation and More has been in i he Way of Charity than in by other years. The following 13 a issued from the meteorological office at. 7 Sunday temperature at Saturday. _10 maximum for the preceding 12 hours -2 minimum. Barometer. 30 51- Northwest wind at 8 Miles Pel hour sties Clouds and a Trace or precipitation. Temperature at 7 . Sunday. Maximum for the Price Ink 12 ours. Minimum. Barometer. 30.48 Ortli wind at 6 Miles per hour and skies Clear. Temperature at 7 Maximum Lor the preceding 12 hours. Minimum. Barometer. 30.03 Soti Tii kind 13 Miles hour and skies Clear. The weather has been , Rith scattered a nov hurries in Alberta and Saskatchewan and cold from Mani Toba eastward to the mril Ime provinces. Snow has filled Many sections of Western ment with important conditions attached and five hours later the . Government formally rejected the British proposal. The British note said that great Britain would Transfer approximately in Gold to the account of the United states december 15, to meet its debt obligation. But it specified that this action was not to be considered a resumption of debt payments and that the amount paid was to be applied later to any Lump sum settlement of the War debt which England appeared to believe would result from a re Examina Tion of the debt Structure. The . Reply said that the Hoover administration had no authority to accept any conditions of payment other than those contained in the debt agreement. Congress alone. Secretary of state Stimson told Britain has the Power to Niter the agree ments. He said the executive Branch of the government has no Power to Amend or alter the agreement either directly or by implied Amend the sum so Stimson said must be credited to principal did As provided in the present debt treaty. Stimson expressed the Hope that the British note was merely a statement of London s views regarding future re Examina Tion of the debts rather than a condition of meeting the current pay ment. The note left no doubt How Ever that the United states would decline to accept payment on the terms suggested. Delivery of tile . Reply to the British note ended an afternoon of feverish activity. Britain to pay associated press Cable London. Dec. 12. Great Britain notified the United states govern ment sunday that it will pay in Gold the due next thursday miss Gladys Parsons aged 20, electrocuted by Small electric Heater Canadian i Ress despatch. Ary dec. 12. Reaching to turn around a Small electric Heater while having a Bath miss Gladys Parsons 20-year-old business school student was electrocuted in the Home of friends Here late Satur Day night. Death was declared accidental and no inquest will be held. Investigation sunday revealed the Heater was defective and that 110 volts was sent through the girl s body As she touched it while sitting in the water. Ordinarily investigators said 110 volts was insufficient to cause death but the water get to Jim Captain j. A. Molli son her husband whose record she beat a. Few weeks ago when she landed Here from it was 20 minutes before she was ready to leave. As she kissed her Host Good Bye the crowd yelled de of then As she prepared to taxi Ner plane Down the Field she shouted returns to his Home to discover wife and three children dead associated press despatch new York. Dec. Guterez went to perfect grounding and instant death to the British note cadent occurred. Provided the current suited. The body was discovered by other residents of the House who heard the splash of water As the girl fell after the current passed through her body. Miss Parsons was a student at a business College Here and her Home was at Holden she was Liv ing at the Home of or. And mrs. J. A. Henderson Here where the a Ontario. In. My. _ -30 -28 -5 2 20 26 32 24 32 it. Smith or. Rupert Victory Vancouver 18 Kamloops Zero or. George -12 Jasper -i2 Edmonton -16 Banff -13 Calgary -16 med. Hat -24 s current -23 Battleford -32 in. Is or. Albert -30 Saskatoon -33 it. Arthur 6 1 Moosonee -32 cochrane_-12 by. Sound Zero london__12 Toronto _ to Kingston _ 10 Ottawa 4 montreal__4 Quebec _ Zero St. John _ 6 Halifax 12 Charlotten 12 Sec Pace eleven column four South West to North West winds mostly Cloudy and so cold with local Snow flurries. Saskatchewan Strone Northwest winds to Tiv Clouds and becoming a Little colder with local Snow flurries. Alberta fresh to Strong Northwest Cloudy and somewhat colder main with Snow . Kenora and a sin River i Northwest winds partly Cloud and not to cold. B. A. Brown superintendent of the Calgary Light and Power depart ment stated his investigators found All electric connections in the in perfect condition. A flaw in the Heater however permitted the current to pass from the wires to the Metal Frame. Brooklyn Home from Itiat general Grant by p. Larger popular majority than any candidate for the presidency who Ever ran As the nominee of a great party except Mcclellan who had of course received no vote in the seceding states Grant s popular majority was 000 electoral 240. Fifty five years 10, 1877 the steam ferry was hauled out on the Bank at the foot f notre Dame Street East to be caulked for next year s presbyterians had already secured for the pro nosed new Knox Church building. Holy Trinity held its Christmas tree and entertainment with Santa Glaus himself presiding As of Yore. Fifty years a 1ss2 the inaugural Bonspiel of the Granite and Iron clubs of Winnipeg opened with the following among others taking part e. S. Conklin. To h Housser Aiex. Caider. L. H. Vork saturday to find the doors Erb. E. F a a acted no one answered his raps Adamson. R. H. Carman my breaking the outside door Down. Milian. T. Imd Alex. Mac found the Kitchen door Tao Tea j Vionald. From the inside. He burst through j 1ss7 Hei her two children present at a boxing entertainment in lying beside her. All were dead. Six jets in the Gas Range had been turned on. Longshoreman James instantly saturday when he lost his footing and plunged 35 feet to the Bottom of a hold in the steamship Duchess of Athol. His Skull was fractured. In former years Rogers Well known Here As a Boxer and baseball player. Press and police clash As Bennett arrives at London for Brief visit London at which tiie chief Boxer was John l. Sullivan. World s heavy weight Champion the Prince was much interested in the pugilist with he Shook hands and chatted the close of the performance. G. Harstone. C. A. Boxer w. H. My lock f. A. Patton and j. S. Ewart. Forty years to 1s92 t. Taylor was elected by acclamation As mayor of Winnipeg for some other Manitoba mayors were rapid City. J. G. Hind Pilot Mound. James Morrow St. Norbert. Joseph Lemay Lloise vain w. Miller. London dec. 12. Ild confusion when men and cameramen officious police officers Hon. Bennett accompanied by the special Cable to the free mid scenes of excited tangled press with e. B. Can Adian Hish commissioner arrived at Euston station sunday afternoon to be met by a Large gathering or government officials and prominent canadians. Disorder was such As to prevent any interview being Given out to the Dominion press the prime minister declined to make answer to a ques Tion which purported that he had come to monetary Oun tries England to consider the position Between the two foe Hori night he Ler Secretary of dominions rear Admiral Bromley Black Canadian j e. Golden speaker lord Hailsham and sir Wil Iam Clark. Or. Bennett and or. To arty five years 0, 3897 the first meeting of the Newman literary a new Catholic improvement society organized la Winnipeg was held in St. Mary s school room j. A. Mclnnis presided and the opening address was Given by f. W. Russell an interesting debate in Al Cohol and tobacco engaged j. J. Smith. F. Marrin f. D. Smith and Thomas posed for the traditional photograph. Or. Bennett will attend to functions in his Honor wednes Day and Friday his Only Public appearances in England. He will spend Christmas Oil the High seas. Obstruction of an organized press interview by the police gave the pre Mier s arrival a tone of excitement and has started a strenuous conflict Between officials of the press Union and police. Taciturn about rumours Canadian press Cable London. Dec. 12, prime minister r. B. Bennett who arrived Here Sun thirty years ago Bee. 10. 1902 fuel was becoming very scarce in. Winnipeg. Over new Immi Grants had reached Winnipeg in no vember. Mayor Arbuthnot 3 no All the old members of the Winnipeg City Council were re elected including among others aldermen c. Campbell. J. H. Mccarthy Tom. S Riarte is. Ritchie and d. D. Wood. Brief Holiday refused deny reports that he declined from his rooms _ fair to make any press statement. Among those present on the plat form were sir Patrick Duff represent ing the prime minister and lord president of the Council j. H. Thomas. Sir Edward Harding permanent in Day for a confirm might m Nett s train Here Drew his attention to widely circulated rumours he would marry a widow. Settle in England and enter the British political Field. That report was or. Bennett said. Alt Houth i am l see Paje five column Fite years dec. 10, 190t after 26 years service Hon. We. Hespeler resigned As German vice Consul of Winnipeg. Among those successful in the civic elections were aldermen f. W. Adams b. T. Riley. Charles midwinter and f. J. C. Cox. Twenty years ago dec. 10. 1912 there was a wealth of color in the Kine Pacolor pictures the Durbar at Delhi which was being shown at the Walker theatre. Some a Eidlin ers at Winnipeg theatres mrs. At the orpheus and gentle Marl Jim Corbett at Empress
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