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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .T'HIDAY, AUUUST 6, THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HKKALJ5 PAGE THIRTEEN Drury Government is Under Heavy fire Over Policy on Hydro-Radials Ontario's Fsnber I.ibor is uuder fir'a. and It's narrow majority of in tha Ontario legis- lature seriously threitciM.il. by the "economically, safety ttret" policy adopted by th'e Premier, Hon. E. C. Drury. and Ma In regard to theacquisition and extension, as a government .owned o! hundred of privately owned, or to-be-constructed radial Hues Ihronghoat the In the southwestern of the pror- Inco. i The atorrq of criticism has become .Quite since nieut announced that it will withhold further guarantees of the'bc-ads ol the Ontario Hydro Electric Commission, issued for lue proposed radial pro- jects, Ko'yal Commission pi Enquiry, jnst' appointed, hat paired into tbe advisability, financially and otherwise.. ijl proceeding' with the scheme. Too critics insinuate that the Harmer-tabor Is eighty per ceat opposed to the prloclpje': of; public ownership. The members of the government, as represented by the Premier, deiiy tbnt they late that ground, bat declare that WILSON'S V WfttKIU MQRE FLIES THAN STICK.y FLY CATCHEB .Clean" lo'ihandle. Sold by ail Grocers and General Stores will not be a "rubber stamp" for any former government, and want to ttamisives that the radial IB sound, aa' Under the fpnner provincial gov erumenl's. regime, tha Bcheme to llzOr ufillniited power-available the pe'itlhsula In the, opera- tion ol'suci electric VatlFftj-B was fos- tered in One hundred and sixty miles of road have aln taken over by. tho Hydro Electric iou, la trust for the mould at total cost of }2 ESe.OO, of which has bees guaranteed by the government The municipalities affected navo vot od In favor of the acquirement of fur ther reads by tha Commission acting tor the municipalities at a total cos ot Of this sum the prov tnclal government inust provide ten per cent and- endorse the Commls sloa'B bonds for the balance payable lu fifty years. When the Conservative g of Sir William. Hearst was year ago E. C. Drur; there'was' considerable Eg'eculatlon about the altitude ot tha usw govern meht to the municipal railwa> scheme. During tbe last session o the legislature, several orders-ln-conn cil Tvore issued by the Drury govern inent guaranteeing tha bonds for cer tain transactions in public owner ship, to which the former governmcn had promised provincial support. Th proposed extensions to tho system, o which municipalities had voted ver favorably, were not endorsed at one by the new government, and finally' announced a few days ago that would not give its guarantee of th bonds, which1 Is necessary to the tak Ing over the railways from prlvat ownership, uutil'a commission of flv experts had Investigated and reports j on the advisability ot the furtheranc of municipal railways under th Hydro-Electric Commission. The government bases its declslo on the necessity for economy and th 'protection of provincial credit fails to find any guarantee of. tbe cor WE SELL ICECREAM Sodas AT THE OLD PRICE Qiir Root Beer Soda is a favorite. The lower price'isn't the best thing about our ice cream dishes. ITH 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH FIGURES IN GREY COUNTY TRAGEDY, Indian Claims To PARIS i LONDON LAfJUNA MOUNTAINS, Calif, Aug. to have tofn bom M4 yaars year the De- claration of ind'jJcndenM was signed, on a spot which fe now a government reservation and which ha etHI ccHt Domingo Ja-x clnto, cMef of tribe wits of the apvctatont It Independence Day colotrs- tion here. Accompanied by his dnphter, a granddaughter and a great nraadton, he evinced keen Interwt In the program He b said to be older than the plnos end othtr troet which make Laguna retort .a ploy- ground for.tho reildtrrU of Im- perial and Ban 'Diego ebuntlea. Although fcablr, fie can walk, aee and hear without difficulty. Charles Henry Love and tamfly, from photograph taken several years ago, bcforu the murder o[ Mn. Love, who is seated on the right. The email boy is Love, now grown, who made tie startling confession at revii-aT meeting last week thr.t he killed his .mother and allowed father to go to death tor the crime. The girl is his sister who was a witness at trial of the'father. estimates or cost, etc., furnished (he commission, or that (ha railways under public ownership v.-Ul earn safBeient revenues to make them For these, and general reasons tho goverument declliies to permit tho Immediate taking over of tha roads under provincial guarantee. Advances to the Hydro-Electric Com- mission, tho government pointed out, comprised In twelve years, and a halt must be called to public expenditures on, this account. The newspapers of Western On- tario are naturally uuanimpus In pro- test. Lditorial'condemnation of the government's policy Is outspoken and the newspapers give prominence to statements by Sir'Adam Beck, chair- man of the Hydro'-Eleetrlc Commls- Jton, asserting that the government sla'ntls cdminitte'd to sup- port the municipal railways so far projected: C. A. Maeriire, ;.viee-oprcsi- dnnt ot tho Hvdiu'Radial A'ssbciattor, of Ontario, stated publicly that he be- lieved the Canadian J'acific Railway was back of the government's opposi- tion. Thn radial railways have be- come the chlct competitor ot tho Can- adian Pacific in Ontario. Other re- ferences to the influence of 'vested in- opposed to public ownership, are not wanting, and at the end of. a successful frrst session in the legis- lature, the Bret farmer government in Canada faces its first real stumbl- ing-block. Tho district Eerved by tho Commls j Eton's lines is probably the most densely populated, and is certainly the most prosperous, in Canada, "and the affc-ct.ed have invari ably supported tlie system of railways utidcr municipal ownership, operated in" tftist by" a'central commission, in tho plebiscite's which have been takffi on the 'question. Tee Hydro-Electric Commission was formed a dozen years ago whenitwelve municipalities contracted to take their light ant! power fronYtbat commission In the development ofpower by the Commission at Niagara Falls, AUCTION SAIF 1 JO) IMPLEMENTS At the Half Sec. 15-10-23, Four Miles East of Monarch One IIOIBO, 12 years old, weight 1300 !bs.; one horse, C years old, weight 1000-lbs.; one horae, 10 years old, weight, 1200 otic horse, 14 years old, .weight 1000 Ins.; two geldings, 5 and 7 years old, weight 3100 mares, 0 years-old, weight 2500 His.; one gelding, 7 years old, weight-1200 Ihs.; bui heifer, 1 year- old, ready to kill; ono holler, -1 mon'tlis old, ready to kill; 7 young G old; hunch pf chickens. I -V One'ciilLfvalor; o'ne JlcCormick drill; ono disc plow; one.Jolm Deere gang plow; one John Deere sulky plow; one Weber wagon; one lumlter WRKOII; one hayrack; two sets harness with collars; one churn; ono washing machine; bed nnd springs unrt other furniture. sums of 410.00 and under cash. Over (his amount approved mile's illie August 1st, 1021, lit discount for cash on all credit amounts. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD AS THE GIVING UP FARMING E. PLOMP AUCTIONEER H. FULLER, Clerk F. SHIELBOUD, Owner has been reach- id making It possible to Its activities to radial railways. Since 014 the Commission has been adding o Its lines In Western Ontario. These re owned and ccstruiied by the Com- mission la trust for the munlcipall- .iea. Except where they publish brough rates In conjunction with an- ot'ier read, ttiey are outside tha Juris- diction of the Dominion Railway Com- mission. The municipalities can die- rates and policies ot their own reads, and the scheme so far has prov- ed very successful. ie on whlcn the whole econ- wnlc crrilliatlorj of great rcg onB depend, hopelessly lulo ateolirto stagnation. "Only Its peasant frith rlfla in 'a Tillage guards tbo hard-won pro- oca of his indlvldual.tgil, rcfuaep to ell tho frnlta of labor for worth- 52 paper money and keeps allre the id Russian lore of hearth and home, 'ho egotism of tho says salna, '.must now be broken.' "This, then, IB the man whom tha craiy portion of the Socialist party as been worshipping. He has now erealed his measure and his mental y to the British public and ho ap- B to them to create In Britain iat enslaved, infected starving and cnomous Bedlam to which he has reduced the noble and mighty Russian fitata aad nation." IIT H. BRANDES, of Des Molries, Iowa, who declares fie gained twenty pounds In thirty rfays after taking Tanlaciantl now feels a different man. Germans Him to Weaken a WAcn.yictory Was At Hand Russian Soviet gov- ernment, through Nikolai seeks "to start.tile British nation on that same career of revolutionary violence which has made itussia such a Jmly place to live Winston Churchill, minister of war, declared in un p.rttclo' published In thf: "Evening answering a report by a British latoi delcgatioii iftlch visited Russia and a letter to the British lifiople by Lenlne. Khonld be estab llsbed In England tha War Miniate believes tlia.t not only would freedom of the press and freedom of though he swept away but the English labo thorn selves wbiUd "share thu fate of Hensheviks am s'ociiU-revolutionaries" in Russia." 'fhe War Minister charged Linlu with having ruined his own countr; and said It was natural he shouk wish "to have all other nations reduc- ed to the same level of misery, In order that his own carnago may b" cpvered in the general wrot- Mr, Cuntchill. "liussia on tho threshold o victory." "After all her struggles shi was. within reach of the goal, Thi Germans sent lu- Loiilno. aa'potsoi BUS is dent sealed In cylinder aa( lie rohtjed lier of the victory she liai all liuf won and F.ihf might havi ared with us. "A million Oermnsj. releised by hi act of treachery, were lot loose'on th Krench and British' fronts and neai ly that number of British and Prenc soldiers are dead .or mutilated in CM requence. Instead of he gtv Russia shame and immeasurable dl sster. "Lenine destroyiti the re public. Hi dissolved Uit liuuslr.n pa lianient. He had (he.bulk of its men bers hunted down and Mlod. Ho ha robhed his country.of victory, peac and freedom: and.w'nul has he them In exchange? "Ilussla, the greit food prodHC'r, center of tho world, wracked wit famine; the towns depopulated to hsil their Cumbers; the wVi-kmen sca'.te ed, destroyed and tue rest cowoi o demoralized; hundred i of thmiB.vja of people [I riven to tho woods nn mountains lo form "Green Guard like Kobln Hood in the Mlddln Ages days ago or a little more, 1 only weighed 125 pounds, but now 1 balance'tha sralcs at Mo pounds find JTanlac did it" declared W. II. Ilran des, a well-known ami hiptily rospctt- E ed citizen of .Moines. Iowa. nir. j Brandcs nr.n hscn looklnj; nftcr the riliimbliiB work of the DPS Molncs Public .Sclioola for tlie pjtst nhictcan years. "And nnny o' the to.ichera and scliolr.ra can toil you how different I Incik sliico I liDnmi taking he salil. "I cuffcrnd from liuligestlon of the word tclml for the rnsit'ycar or moro find was KO weak ami ooulrhi't Eli'.ni] lot alolie walk jVollifnp lielpsrt mo., I ffnally had (o lakcvmy liuii ciay for several weeks. Finally n friend persuaded me to try Tanlac and 1 nave never seeti or hranl of anything to eqtihl H. H relieved mo entirely of indigestion ami Put mo right back on my feet I I have not only gulnec! twonty pounds In weight, but Mcel like a new man I In every wny. I Just think Tnnlac Is thu finest Iblni; ever sold In a dnig store." Tanlan is sold In Uthbrittge by U. Illslnhottiam Co.; in Coal- a- liurst'liy Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warnev by Jlrs. N. Der- rick. Advertisement. V t crccsdi -Iti-si- t< aiivap fi-V.rj. A cool TaTe ruBiCort! Thil is milHoci Whslhtr it a? tiJr, ffrtm, loJkt or SYT rtxdy to yn j cc rj.'u code okance Toar Jlavw yrojutti. fcre for at' BOJI! druzjkls or.tl toilet ccuctcn. I r r o si s t i' b I Q U WE HAVE THE URGES! AND BEST ASSORTED STCJCK OF RECORDS IN SOUTHERN WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (HulLBlock) Phone 662 A lively attractive OnclStep by Henri g Orchestra in- troducing "Dance it Again Me." Delighted dancers will only be too pfcased number again and again. "Sunslrinc on the tide is a charraiag plxyed byUhc same Orcbestra. "His Master's Voice" Record 7.16I62 New "His Master's Voice Dance Successes 1 Itnn'i OrdieeUa'''11'1" Talo (he of it Yon Cxmld There a Typical TipperaryOver One Stcn HcniiV Whispering Miio's Pand Atl on 19-Inch, rcmalntt'. IV.YTIIK TAX xMaster's Voice" dealer Vrill gladly play any selection you wish to hear and demonstrate the Vlctrola Manufactured (if Rcrlincr Crani-o-pfujrre Company, I.imi'cA Montreal SAYS YANKS WILL WIN Jack MotAloy, Iralncr-ln-cMef of the American athletes taking part In the Olympic games, predicts victory for team. We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and Large Steck of Eoth from which to Select Mason BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDQE, AL3ERTA SSI ;