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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaOur sped tuesday Canadian pot roast with Corn fritter full course of. Ii to 4. Coc after the show try our tasty lunches Denver Sandwich pie amp Coffee 201 r ringer s re i Sterling drugs Ltd Avenue bldg. 2�9 Portage a Phon 87 134 14-hour prescription service a Day and night shoe mtg in Bunc Winnipeg monday december 12, 1932 a Cood Christmas gift if you have a Friend out of town to whom you would like to Send a gift from Winnipeg you might choose our Pioneer Boa of Picardy chocolate of. Hundreds of tourists each year buy this Boa As a souvenir of Winnipeg and because its Quality cannot be matched. It is Only $1.50 and the Boa it attractively designed. At any one of 11 Picardy insists on reservation with debt payment Germany joins four Powers in arms Parley i reaches agreement with France and Equality and Security problems nations determine to reduce forces von Schleicher Given credit for successful pre Minary to conference Iby associated Prestil a Geneva. Dec. 12�?in a document signed sunday by represent tat Lea of great Britain France Germany the United state and Italy these Powers declared their resolve to co operate in the disarmament conference with a View to reeking substantial armament reductions. The Powers the document reads Hope quot without delay to work out a s one Nylon which shall effect a substantial reduction and a limitation id armaments with the provision Lor future revision with a View to further reductions. The biggest step in the agreement appeared to be Germany s expressed willingness to resume her place in the conference. The conference thanks to Germany s return and a reported franc German understanding on i Quality and Security now appears pore than Ever headed for Success signers of agreed meet to study economies flying friends French Premier blames crisis reached of Guy taken Hoover for debts upset by . Refusing into custody hem0t a Eclar Estu up Llcy two men foil payment terms de Larm Booke i As material witness in wan Derwell slaying widow collapses after questioning Herriot declares . Policy was inconsistent and proved costly or w. C Murray or. J. A Maclean or Robt. Wallace a conference of the presidents of the four Western universities opens Here tuesday and will continue Over wednesday president James a. Maclean of the University of Manitoba said today the purpose of the conference is to suggest economies which May be effected through the co operation of these or. Maclean said. Or. W. C. Murray president of the University of Saskatchewan is now in the City As one of the commissioners investigating the loss of the University Trust Funda. Or. Robert Wallace president of the University of Alberta and or. L. Klinck president of the University of British Columbia Are expected to arrive Here tuesday. The University presidents will Confer with three provincial premiers who Are meeting in Winnipeg i thursday. Today a declaration Bennett opens London talks on Trade pact v while they admitted that merely rpm apr confers with j h a a Nelm Lyle of equal Ltd and secur Rici Ilici Guin huh �1111 j. N. Thomas in dominions he principle of Equality and secur to had been accepted and that the Wippl Catlon thereof is still a matter for negotiation it is expected hat another five Power meeting t ill be conducted probably in Lon lion in the Middle of january. A the United states delegates said Russia and Japan might join the i conferees in january. Six alleged boy burglars held for trial gang is specifically charged with robbery of grocery store department Canadian Presa Cable London dec. 12. A prime minister r. B. Bennett of Canada. Was established today in a West end hotel preparing to spend what he described As a nine Day Holiday i in the United kingdom. He said last night he would talk j with members of the British gov i Crement about some phases of the i Canada United kingdom Trade pact j signed at the Ottawa economic con Ferenec last summer but refused to Gay specifically what problems to tackle. Reports were current or. Bennett had come to ask prime minister Ramsay Macdonald to invoke article 21 of the agreement which provides that on request the United kingdom shall take Steps to restrict or probe hot imports from foreign countries whose industries custody Early today and five oth a a state owned or state controlled custody Early to a it was recalled British Columbia it is arrested saturday City Detic to a bar interests seeking to enlarge j their British Market had complained they were unable to compete with one juvenile taken into Germany to be monarchy says Newspaperman by Canadian Petal Ifa Couver dec. 12 a a my a opinion is there will be a return of the Hohenzollern a stated Vernon Mackenzie. Former Canadian Newspaperman and now Dean of journalism at the University of Washington in expressing his belief in an address Here that Germany would not become a communist nation. Quot i do not mean a return of the sex Kaiser a or. Mackenzie said. Quot they do not want him backs not because he ran away to Doorn. But because he married germans the speaker said were too intensely individualistic for communism. He believed Germany wanted some form of dictatorship. Many germans were unhappy under a Republic accustomed As they were to the tradition of discipline. Y lip debates movement to expel Alo. Flye thoroughly investigate charges by associated press Paris. Dec. 12 Tho debts moratorium which president Hoover declared in 1931 was the cause of All the present troubles in which i debtors of United states Are now involved Premier edouard Herriot i declared today in outlining his debts policy before the chamber of Raloh Dunlap. Mechanic for deputies. A that is my interpretation of the a Hoover moratorium a he said. A if the United states did not a want to concern itself with the problem of reparations or. Hoover should not have become involved in it. He should have allowed Germany itself to ask for the moratorium provided in the Young these statements came in the course of an exposition of the history of the debts Issue. The Premier criticized other departments of the United states j foreign policy beginning with the i refusal of Congress to approve entry to the league of nations As sponsored by president Woodrow a Wilson a the United he said a never took its rightful place at the table in the Council of . A butted in he insisted that tie United states became involved in the reparations problem when it allowed Charles g. Dawes and Owen Young to Frame the reparations plans which Bear their names. The misunderstandings which have Arisen Between France and i the United states since the is Holdup attempt at Edmonton London government Likely to ignore speedy note yaqui Indian aviator also held Long Beach Cali dec 12 Edward de Lar yaqui Indian j aviator who two yrs ago became j the hero of a so eth american re 1 Publio for Haj daring exploits. Today found himself playing a leading role in the investigation of the mysterious Ebay Long of Captain Walter wander Eli. Globe trotting adventurer whose widow is a native 9. Victoria. Do Larm Friend of William James curly Guy. Who is held As i a suspect in the slaying was booked at the City jail Obday As a 1 material witness quot after hours of questioning. I through Jelarm Guy had hoped j to establish his Alibi that he could not have been present in Long Beach last monday night when wander Eli was shot to death. Guy had told police he spent the entire night of december 5 at the Home of de Larm. Police said de a Larm s Story was contradictory. Ralph Dunlap Mechanic for de commit top off up Namari to a i a a and a nother of Guy s Alibi Ulii Imidee i rive ivc Tomeu Buiwit neggers who has told conflict Long stories of the suspect s whereabouts the night of the slaying also was taken into custody As a material witness. Questioned for hours i at a police quot How up sunday de Larm was confronted by several witnesses As authorities Jud Monton dec. 12�?Walter Wilson manager and William Mckenzie Are in the Hospital with Bullet wounds and Robert Tudge 19, is in the City police cells on shooting charges and with a Bullet wound through a Finger As a result of an unsuccessful Holdup attempt at the Capitol theatre saturday. Tudge is alleged to have shot both Mckenzie and Wilson while the latter shot Tudge after obtaining the mans gun from him following a struggle. The alleged would be robber was held by the others despite their injuries until help arrived. The shooting occurred in Wilson a office while nearly 600 persons were in the building watching a feature picture. Many of them heard the shots. Fire destroys three buildings at Boissevain a i restaurant insurance office and theatre razed hotel and store saved of mayor Mcara is elected in Regina recount nearly three solid hours charges and counter charges motions and amendments enlivened a meeting of the Centre Branch of Independent labor party held sunday in the Agnea st. Labor Hall to consider a motion standing in the name of r. W. A teen Hughes to sex a r. ,. Or _ i Derwelis. De Larm later was ties Pel Alderman Thomas Flye. J toned for several hours by police the final upshot of the meeting j and then was booked which is described As having been j tense from Start to finish was the appointment of a committee of five to go into the whole matter. This i was announced after the meeting by the chairman Alderman James Simpkin who had a trying time in 1 sought to determine if he was the Man seen by witnesses in the j Vicinity of the yacht prior to or i after the killing of Captain wan widow collapses formal arrest of de follow by a few hours the collapse of mrs. Aloha wander Eli widow of the Ives believe they have rounded up a gang of boy burglars responsible for several recent shop breaking and House robberies. All six of them whose Ages Fange Between is and 17 years will be dealt with by the juvenile Murt. The last Job this gang is suspected of was the raid made or. Sam Kowall s grocery store -100 Modermott ave., Early last wednesday morning. On that occasion the padlock was smashed off the front door and a he entire Stock of cigarettes and tobacco cleaned out. Value of the loot was set at $125 to blk a me Only charge which the boys Are faced with so far but police slated others would be Laid Auto is spotted at the time of the grocery shop burglary a passerby happened to come along just As the burglars a were making their getaway. He saw four of them run from the store with their arms full of loot. They plied into a waiting Auto in which one of their companions was at the wheel. As they sped away the passerby took Down the number of the Auto they were using. A Call put in to police Headquarters brought detectives to the scene a minute or two later. They soon discovered the car used by the burglars had been stolen a Short while before. It was found abandoned a few j hours later in the North end of the City. In their haste to get away the burglars left a Quantity of their loot scattered about the floor of the car. When detective arrested the suspects at their various Homes they also found supplies of cigarettes and other articles Likely to have been stolen. It is on the identification of these articles on which the question of laying further charges depends. With prices re urged by countries Check up ends with chief of Northern Europe whose Timber industries were either owned or controlled by their governments or. Bennett appeared in a Jovia mood when he arrived although he a clearly annoyed by questions directed to him by newspapermen who asked if he were going to marry Settle Down in England and enter British political life. The told them with emphasis that he considered the questions none of their business and declined either to confirm or deny the reports. He had already denied similar rumours before he left Canada. He said he had not yet considered moving to England and added quot when there is a statement to make on the subject i will make magistrates majority set at 19 Regina dec. 12 mayor James me Ara was Deliard elected to the office of chief magistrate of Regina for 1933 late saturday afternoon when judge Hannon closed the recount proceedings Here. The final figures gave mayor Mcara a total majority of 19 Over Cornelius rink his nearest opponent. As compared with official figures issued after the election of november 28. Herbert court communist candidate. Gained 4 votes. Or. Chas. Dixon lost 25. Mayor me the prime minister commenced a Ara gained 12 and or. Rink lost 2 his discussions with leaders of the United kingdom this morning when he had a Long private talk with j. H. Thomas Secretary for the dominions in the dominions office. The subject of their conversation was not revealed. The official rejected total was 127 which on the record was changed to 121. Application was made by agents of mayor Mcara and or. Rink for an apportionment of costs. Judge Hannon awarded All costs against or. Rink. There is no Appeal against the recount decision of judge Hannon. Deal Orang to pour Oil Over the troubled Waters and to dispense even handed Justice. In the main the complaints i against Alderman Flye Are his sponsorship of a motion in the City Council excluding from simultaneous membership in that body representatives of the Federal and provincial houses. Notice of this motion was Given by Alderman Flye at the Council meeting of december 5. It is seconded by Alderman Honeyman. It also is alleged that Alderman Flye to say the least was lukewarm in his support at the recent civic election of John Queen . Mayoralty candidate. The mover of the motion to expel the Alderman is a son in Law of or. Queen. Pressure it is believed will be brought to Bear on All concerned to drop the quarrel in the interests of party Harmony. If not the matter la almost certain to be aired before the general City executive of the meeting was held not Only behind closed doors but a close scrutiny of the credentials of All present was undertaken. In addition members of the party present from the other City branches were required to sit together segregated from Centre Branch members. Tice he said resulted from the fact special to the Winnipeg Tribune that the pact of guarantee which i Boissevain dec. 12 a fire was arranged to Complete the i h a restaurant Here treaty of Versailles and which Wimch Start Ltd a in a restaurant Here was to have been signed by the a about 1.30 p.m., sunday destroyed of Geld from the Bank of England United states and great Britain. Three buildings with an estimated to cover the debt instalment due from Washington commons opposition reported growing newspapers in special editions surprised by development in Petal London dec. 12�?an unexpected United states government s warning against such a procedure. It was predicted in Well informed quarters today that great Britain will pay its War debt instalment to the United states thursday with a reservation that it be credited on a future debt settlement. Britain registered Surprise today at the United states sudden refusal i of this country a attempt to pay its War debt with reservations and re i action was anticipated in Parlia i ment. Astonishment was expressed in j newspaper special editions. The Laborte Herald s political writer saw quot a sudden dramatic crisis Between Britain and the United debate on wednesday in the House of commons today Stanley Baldwin announced that general debate on War debts will be held in the House on wednesday. He said no special legislation 1 would be required for withdrawal Side the do strict attorneys office Here. Her collapse came after two hours of questioning concerning Guy. Authorities said they had questioned i 8. Wander Eli Only., about Guy s past and his connect states experts co operated in the has become null and void he raised his hand to still the i applause. Moratorium costly quot moreover quot he went on. Quot we did not have the Joy of receiving the United states into the league of nations. These Are some of the Early difficulties which have influenced succeeding the Hoover moratorium said the Premier Cost France �16.500,-000 great Britain �9,700,000 Belgium �2,400,000, and Italy �1,800,000. At this time a he said quot when there is talk of a link Between debts and disarmament i have the right to bring these things to the attention of All the american people who have lofty and just linked with reparations he recalled How the United loss of approximately $10,000. I or\r,7hnraday. The buildings destroyed were a Tate men by the Chat Foft the Harry Walker s restaurants Lea exchequer he promised. 3 years and 10 strokes for . Bank Bandit Vancouver ., dec. 12 a Harold Knight 28, who held it a a Branch of the Royal Bank it. Canada Here and was captured by the manager g. E. Devorraux was sentenced to three ver.,-s in the Penitentiary and ten strokes of the strap to police court saturday. He pleaded guilty. Knight said he was desperate because his wife and child were starving. The prosecutor confirmed a knights statement regarding the destitute condition of his wife and child. The action of w. S. Kielty to recover $2,250 from Anderson Green amp co. Ltd., Stock brokers that amount being an alleged balance due him tor 75,000 shares of Gem Lake mines Ltd. Capital Stock was dismissed with costs by or. Justice Adamson in court of t King s Bench today. Bow River ice teachers will cracking but stand on wage scale still a menage bergs spread on Banks in Calgary Chinook would Caise flood try Canadian press Calgary dec. 12.�?cracks in the huge ice Jam of the Bow River within the City limits gave Hope la night the clearance would be gradual and damage to the Bridges avoided. The danger Point however had not passed. The Jam spread out Over the River and up the Banks from one end of the City to beyond the Eastern limits varied in depth and left Only a shallow Bottom for the water to flow beneath huge pieces of jutting ice stood above the mass like miniature icebergs. Slightly warmer weather came sunday accompanied by Snow and High winds causing a Light blizzard that was blowing unabated last night. Water had broken through the ice Jam to a few places and it was hoped the ice pack would gradually be Cut to Small pieces and carried away by the current a fast developing Chinook wind might cause floods with damage to nearby property. Bridges endangered by the Jam through heavy pressure against the structures were the City Bridge to st. George s Island Park and the Canadian Pacific railway Bridge at nose Creek on the Edmonton a amp la amp by line. The attitude of Winnipeg teachers toward the new salary schedule proposed by the school Board will be decided at a general meeting of the Winnipeg teachers federation wednesday e. H. Morgan president said today. The meeting will Likely be held to Gordon Bell school last week sub groups of the federation embracing the organizations of elementary and High school teachers and principals met and discussed the proposed schedule As a it affected their own groups. The findings of these sub groups will be discussed at wednesday meeting. Upon the basis of the recommendations made a policy of action will be formulated. It also is expected that the meeting will decide upon a Date on which representatives of the Winn Eppg teachers federation will meet the school Board. The regular monthly meeting of the Board will be held tuesday night but no action with regard to the schedules is contemplated. Protest raise in rates of Central heat 50 residents hold meeting company says no Cut possible Tion with the they said they had sought to determine if Guy. A native of Cardiff was illegally to the United states As he claimed. Guy said fear of being arrested and deported As an alien led him to go in hid no when police named him As a suspect. What was brought out during the questioning of the widow and what caused her to falter scream faintly and swoon into the arms of her sister was not made known by officer. Booked for murder h. M Brayton Deputy District attorney announced William James quot curly Guy faces a formal charge of murder. The wander Eli Case has developed at least one clue classed by investigators As extraordinary. A Story told authorities by a. P. P. Hart a neighbor of Edward de Larm with whom guv lived sent detectives on the Trail of a Bullet which killed the Hart cat. Exhumed the body of the cat contained a Bullet of larger calibre than that of the 22 Rifle the Only weapon found in the de Larm Home when it was searched. Authorities said they had not ascertained whether the Bullet was of 38 calibre the same which killed wander Eli. $5,000, no insurance Ben Barker s insurance office loss $500, insured Victoria theatre loss $4,000, partially insured. The weather was bitter cold and handicapped firemen and Volunteer trying to Check the spread of the Blaze. Solid Cement Walls saved the Queen s hotel while Metal sheets and a Volunteer bucket brigade saved Safeway stores after a four hour Battle. 14 held for Friday riot at Sioux Lookout new party wins support says Norman Priestley More than 80 residents of Greenwood place Sprague st and Dominion st. Held a meeting in Greenwood place United Church Friday evening to protest against the increase in heating rates by the Northern Public service corporation. Ltd. Installation of new meters this Winter has a suited in an increased Cost in monthly heating Bills from 20 to 40 percent users stated. The residents objected t8 the increase in rates without any notification from the company at the beginning of the season that the increases would Taka place. For the past two years the company had heated Many Home in the District. B w. Parker and c a. Clenden Ning represented the heating company at the meeting. They claimed captured fugitive commits suicide by associated Pressl new York. Dec. 13--Walter Clyde Davis fugitive Colorado savings and i ran official who was captured yesterday in connection with a $1,000,000 embezzlement committed suicide Early today by hanging himself in his cell. Special toys As gifts for the children elaboration of the Young plan. Quot no one can deny a he said quot that Thia plan evolved by an american created a link Between reparation and International nine further arrests Are he said that Many members of the French chamber of deputies r \ re the Bank for International s. \ rents As a Clearing House to assure constant co relations Between reparations and debts i8 Erthl quot it was the intervention of grotty r in omit tree 10 a president he said slowly a our Lookout dec. 12 a quot which has destroyed everything combined Force of the Ontario pro and reopened Vinci al police and the Royal Cana Dian mounted police swept Down on nine further arrests carried out Over week end was another burst of there applause there a More applause and Deputy Jean Renaud interrupted quot then the conclusion is quot he called quot that we must not pay quot Parley misleading the Premier went on speaking. The Hoover Laval talk a it Washington last summer he said constituted a new Appeal for Confidence and for an end to the chaos in Europe. Quot Germany especially heard that Appeal a be declared a and demanded a meeting of the consultative committee provided for by the the Relief Camp housing 200 men Here and arrested nine men in connection with fridays riot in which three policemen were wounded. This brought the total now held to 14. Including John Koropey alleged Wolder of the axe that wounded the constables who was arrested to yesterday s raid. . Aid reinforced by 10 constables of the p. From the port Arthur i division inspector Ingram of the provincial police and chief of Brien a the members bombarded him with questions As to whether the House will to Given a Chance to vote on payment or non payment of the $95,550,000 due in thursday. Or. Baldwin said no special Reelou a ton would be introduced. He made it Clear that the governments policy of paying the debt when it is due had been decided upon Independent of parliament approval or disapproval. Reply it Hasty something of a Speed record in diplomatic dealings was set when e note arrived Early today stating the Secretary of the United states Treasury had no right to accept thurs Day s payment of $95,550,000 a a credit on a future debt settlement. Only last evening a British gov. Ern ment note was dispatched to Washington saying the instalment is not to be regarded quot As a ree ump i Tion of payment under the present agreement. Opposition in hous in Hilgh British quarters no answer to this note was expected As it gave notice of intention to pay. But today immediate parliamentary debate a expected with possible pressure from that body on the government to withdraw it decision to pay a Point made in the american note to the effect that congressional approval a necessary for any of the stipulated reservations was unexpected in government Circle newspapers said prime minister Ramsay Macdonald a return from Geneva at midday would be followed by an immediate upon the Cabinet to consider the situation. The Swift near of he american reply and the contents of the document stirred London a newspapers published it with their largest a dramatic debts sensation was one of these Young plan. The expert met and of the local Force marshalled their recommended measures for lie res Force a in Gix cat they swept Down oration or Confidence to cover longer than the crisis 1 a de Camp posted their men at France which suffered cruelly a Traeg r. Point and so Complete throughout the War. Wahadlo hit auction sales by the economic rail. He said. A she w8a proud enough not to Appeal for pity but a he did ankh a citizens to consent to heavy Earl faces a juvenile tells of robbing and attacking girl Ca Klary dec. 12, a the cooperative Commonwealth federation is winning Strong support in Ontario declared Norman f. Priestley vice president of the unit d Farmers of Alberta and the an address Here last night. Outlining principle and objectives of the new political organization. Or Priestley said that it was obtaining support from All part of the Dominion. Liable and efficient in computing the amount of heat supplied to individual customers. It was also stated that the cold Winter would account for increased costs. Increased rates were necessary moreover. In order to make the operation of the heating Utility profitable it would therefore be impossible to reduce the rates. Most of the residents present were said to be considering the removal of connections with the heating Utility. Children toy suitable for Christmas gifts and in the Best of condition Are among the offerings in the Tribune classified pages today. In the miscellaneous for Sale column for ins Ance. A child a toy Auto Large size that will provide Many hours of pleasure for any Little boy or girl. I among the bargains. Another offering lists a child s dump truck also Large size and a most interesting toy. Both these Are offered a prices far below their original Cost. Another shipment of singing canaries has reached Winnipeg to to be found record of housebreaking and thefts revealed by prisoner was the Surprise they had the men they wanted within a few minutes without the least eign of resistance. Small of stature Paul Koropey al Len i by police to be a ring instr of the malcontents and the Man who wielded the damaging axe in fridays fracas was taken to jail. Later police gathered in three More men but with the exception of Koropey the names of those arrested could not be Learned. Koropey wan charged with assault Caus no bodily harm to off Cera of the Law and resisting Errest. The other 13 Are held for questioning. All with the exception of Koropey. Will appear before magistrate dines on tuesday the Date of Koropey shearing has not yet been set. Release a a demanded by w. H. Mcpherson bailiffs Sale 26 lava Clay imitation fireplace and Ono office Saf 390 Notro dams december 13th at 10 . Instructed by Simpson amp co. Bailiffs i will sell the above article. Term of Sale Cash Simpson a company. Bailiff 408 Mcintyre Block phone 94027 w. H. Mcpherson auctioneer 264 Smith Street phone 92 421 confession by 15-year-old juvenile in st Boniface police court late saturday night of having attacked and robbed a working girl returning to her Home after dark brought to Light a record of House breaking and theft which a been baffling st Boniface detectives for bring the Melody of one of na-1 the Laet three months Ture s greatest songsters into the j the self confessed assailant a Home for Christmas a ringing i geared in juvenile court today he Canary makes an Ideal if and. F0rs Justice f. A e Hamilton fan. The classified pages offer 100 of j no three charges of House break them. I ing and theft. Four charge of done to forget the Christmas gift i robbery and four charges of As guide when in doubt of what to Ault he was remanded without Purchase or where to get it less plea until Friday morning than two shopping weeks remain detectives were led by the boy now until Christmas is Here. If to where he had thrown the empty your gift a election is As yet un-1 purse in the Lane behind the Plaza done now 1 the time to get Busy theatre on Marion st. Poster displayed on the bunk by Wright auctioneers j House raided yesterday bore the slogan quot we demand release of our j comrades now held in of i the men in the lamp 120 yesterday agreed to go to Vermilion Bay Road Camp 22 Miles from the Railroad. Approximately 40 More remaining will be placed on the local Road work. Several of those in the Relief Camp disappeared saturday night and it is believed they Rode freight trains away from Here. Auction Sale of Beautiful Antiques gorgeous georgian dining Roon furnishings Sterling Silver Sheffield. Old China and Glass Oil and water color paintings. Oriental rugs Etc. At Wright s Sale rooms 309 Carlton thursday night when mayor Webb tuesday morning dec. 13 and the Ward 3 aldermen will be at 10.30 invited to a trend strongly s a attention it called the thl Felt that the City should provide p wonderful collection work for unemployed taxpayer now threatened with loss of Timeir Wright auctioneers properties. Phon 87 871 after a general discussion of civil taxation the meeting of the North Winnipeg ratepayers association. Held sunday in the Stel Inan Hall adjourned to meet again

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