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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR V. THE LETHBRmOE OA1LV IIE1UU1. "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1919 Deralb Hlbcrta WEEKLY ana LKTHIRIDQC HERALD PMINTINe COMPANY, LIMITED ttl lib Strut louth, LilhDllcti W. A. luchinii ud DlrMEor I TELEPHONES i Office 1232 1224 PMbtr Audit Bureau of Clrculitlont Ritri: DUij, teUieiti, psr JS delivered, ffr- jetr 7.50 mall, per j-oir 500 br mill, year...... L5J 1 by per lo TJ.S. ICC States, through the Monroe Doctrine. publics appear (o be entering the League of Nations. In other the territorial and political of GoTerunienu Is by a European league of aUtin-c? ol nations acd ihe Monroe Doctrine is 7he Monroe exists no longer, and the League of Nations, which tbe United Siates has rejected, may prove a source ol considerable embarrassment lo lhat country If. far .tuple, it decides to Intervene la Meiico and Und Its way blocked by all the Powers o! the- wxjrld. -Ttt haa deilroyed the w 'Dottrlne Is llier-elore his con- clusion. Married Canadian Vcleran, Took Child From Custody of Father P lA AICKED UP IN SSING Dec. report which l-ollce authorities to or anirm La circulation; to the effect thit utty police, baffled for nearly tvo la for ihe slayers WlltUm J..da Forjft. frnuer mem- Dates of expiry or suTJicrlptlon mp- ptu-ttallT OD tddtess label. Accepl- Hco of papers after eiplrallon date our authjrUj lo continue the cub- MrtpElon. THE REPEAL OF OHDERS-'lN COUNCIL That many 01 the crdera-ln-council thai led IbeLr place as emer-gency during Uaa lime ihe conntrf are pat oC place ID a time though this haE not -beaa made on official period, mar be sild lo be generally nctnowledee-l Clr- canislajiccs" alter find what mar be regarded a vlrtae at one time IB ehorn of anything of the glamor ihr.t foeS with, the -word zt another time. Many of the orders-ln-councll rr-3 in thi expiring stage, In that it that they -Hill cease lo be clfo> tire-within a short time Veen" peace .Under, tha clrci there Is no harm In burying them jje- fore the prescribed lime. In certain cafies prosecutions have a Leadencr -to become persecutions, and Trhat ivoiilJ it one period be regarded with adll- pith'y rowi tympalhy. Th-a cause Jj la.these InatancM nullllled by the affect It produces. ill IB tme that so long u thi law law, It has to be enforced Md obwrr-td, hut (here at times when the law-she-aid above Ttaking whan the pirLlcalar offences tie not In e few or U may days, tare; every pMsibllilr of not oHen-tea.- Thera'ire those .who.may be regarded u harmleni olfendari tn THt PUBLIC AND PROFITEERING Does the public' tie profiteer to piny his sam-a! In view of the towfng the question may well be ask- ed. H-h-onlT an ordinary marmot Ic- cidept.'bul It Is an apt illusirallon of j thftt peculiarity ot human nature' which JB tho most of by those w-ho'linderrUnd 'peculiarity and trado on the aame. The Toronto Globe's markot speclal- isi "Mrs. BBj-JoTr.'-' mad? a tour of St. Laurence ibaL cliy on a rececl Saturday. She gives ihls uo- ol two conversations she heard: OtCO. COUTTS-SWEET GItASS. Dec. "iVith his hat palled down over his eyes and head bowed and chewing his fla ger nails, while his prtlly wito met tho oyos of onlookers -wllh a sneering srallo, acd H liUlo girl of three yaara played at their (aet. Sheriff TQ- iurnoi Monday from Edward Barley, B.Canadian relumed soldier and hla vltQ, and her 'daugh- ter, trie couple being charged with .of the ml mar? the myeterj- of bu vklch occurred at a_m 11 ol tho men beUaved to be implicated lu the murder was K9te4 eariy list week anil a -xhlch Implicated a pal, was ob- tjJped from hiin on Sunday, It Is It Is. uAd-Matood the police iro looking for the mui. mo- tire la iild to been ran motr Tha trio pa-sed through htra Weti-1 neada'y Irom Suaburs-t. Moager dc-! tails are tbat Barley, marrfc-i to t tho iDothor of tho child recently. Uy a loimer marriage to a man.napied Mil- 'or living LhU placo and Shel- by, 'nils and short- ly ofior a divorce followed and tho court jaro Ihe custody'ol Ihe child lo Dec. of the Crimea by tha Bolphfrrlki U Geo. leading Otlawa under- Uker and A school trustee, la dead. The mayoralty candidates la Reglaa .114. ftud Alii. Englwid. BdmootoQ club urges a public highway from Edmontou to Jasper J. T. Cooper, G. E. McKeafiue and J. O. Felherston were elected by ac- clamation lo the Nautoa town council. The Ontario tinners are Ihe election of Hon. G. Howard Fer- IUEOH In Grenvllle- Wrj. W. M. Lojan, wife of Iho Grand Secretary of ihe Masonic IjOdg-J of Ontario, died suddenly in Hamilton. Gordon M. McGregor, rice-president of the Ford Motor Co., has been cd lo run for Mayor of "iVindaor. Mr. J. N. Francoeur Is said to he lha cholca far the next Speaker of the Quebec JyeKislatlTO Assembly. A Dili to permit the mnnlnE of J. K. U Hoss, share lliu iulk ot lua (oi-tuoe. Jaiues Carroll, LoTLdoL, fell bclweeu ttc ol a C.F.R. freight tralu at Pusliui-h, and was killed, Twtlve cases nf 'liphtlicrla hnvo been reported to Inspector J. Shaw, SI. Thomas, iu tho last fow dayi. Edward Bord has reilfinod his position as judge or the Juvenile cuurl in Toronto, mul has ueen appoinlpil assistant niaster-iii-oralnarr at M03COT its father. Tho mother kpo-rn .as recelted hero today. Ilaaa] Wright -.vas married to Burloy carried out more- about two Tfeoks ago, A Shelbv man tic ot Tieados- "How raach are your eggsT" she _ _ Inquired. I va, drlre them to two conUInlnK 'A dollar-twenty a came and on the way Ibey stopped al the lTe U-D' asserts. staggering replj "but they nr? .Ciller home, and In sofne maaner sue-1 A Bolibtt-rlk ofticial communiiBe elrictly uow-laid." I cocdod in oblalnlnE posse3ston ol the c'airaa tie capture of-many, prisoners "Now. Thy do you ask such an ex-1 child, .They boarded Tuesday's, train by. the Reda lu the course of hnrr orbltant queried Mr. Buy low. J Hi SuobnrsL and passed safely by 'the [ffEbtiDS In'tbe Kiev region. An addl- "Well. folks -wanl to var it.- I tell j imiuisratlin. officers at this plapcu- tional StiQ taken by motor cars In Bermuda was defeat- goodo hall, lu Buccesslou lo lue R. S. NcTllla. RCT. llurold Young. M.A, aa slslaDT pastor ol St. Jpiues. Methodist church, Montreal, will Lccoiac pastor of Georgo St Moihodlst church, Frederick J. Klnsmao, formerly Bishop of Iho Prolcstaut Episcopal dJoccse of M'llialngleu, will go to Haiti-core soon lo be 'received Into lha Catholic Church by Cardinal hons. This, It Is believed litre, will ba oniy a preliminary slop to'Mr. Klfts- man entering the Catholic priesthood, G. W. Harrison, of CharloUelowou P.V.I., has been aypofntod manager (he Slrauord branch of the Caoadlan Dank of Commerce, succeeding II. T ivTho-ls rellriDg. He is being replaced In Charlotte I own by C. IV. Mills, of Hubert, Sask. Hey. ,J. W. Dlcklcson, a former tastor of the Methodist church in 'amloops, died al Vairsuver. Fcr ome yean; ho has been clerk of Ihe unlclpaUtf at Duucau, Vancouvor stand. Nominations at Claresholm were Wlows '.Mayor, IV. Knight, J. a 3oflse.-George Hlngroati; L. Eliln, F. E. Torbll, C. J. Brarcn, P. B. Hood. A. Hutlon. F- II: Schooloy, to elect. School trustees, threo .o elect, B. Li. t'raser, G. Simpson, Jai. McKlnney anil It. K.1 PecV. There vlll be no civic contest at High River this year. The elected Ihrce members of the council arc Harry Nelson. Mrs. Lillian MrXeano ftnd Geo. E. Mact. The two new mem- bers ol tho school board are Alex Thompson and Jnmea Dawle. ed. Joseph Balchclor, a pioneer Emerson, Man., and father ot Mrs. M R. Lezerte, Macleod, la dead. Enama Goldman, Ihe notorious an- archlat s to bo deported from the you people want to the price, so we let them. "How mud quired Mrs. Bnylow at another coun- ter a few moments later. cenU a docen." said the vendor. "Strictly nevr-laldV all laid Ihli week." "Well, there's ft man down th-are selling for (1.20 a doicn, and he PITA people insist on paying his price." "So they do, so they was the or cpuL.cH, Bud In the spirit ot Justke i of law. theee casM merit coeil-f alionV ;'l-' 'The sbsi-dily if- the whole tiloi U'UiaL-we seem to be' living Under technicalILloj. We are at peace -hat not" lechnically al peace In the appU- calldn ol war-ttme ordera-ln-couacll. Thft eooner Ihla attltlclalily U remoT- ihe b-elter, tu the TBlue ot Ihe real J-'to the seeming. Restrictions are at Umea veraJlous, bat more BO wheb iV.fthere Is no cogent .reason'.for Ibe The infHcUon of .sraall. fines -was Ihe casa ln> recent prosecu when seeks'-to enfprcj lUelf.-.This ,'Teiation on the part'of Ihose who we pToseculcii, and law, ns It la gi cnllr. ".estimated, suffers in >h, ihcy can't possibly be good al that They then, turn away end bay at fl and 1.35 a doien. Every week I am told 1 am crazy to ast vhat I do, when people want tc pay high prices." oce tat any nw or ei-cuse for arofitwrs, but when" iifcldenla such aE the aboTfl are noted, It li open Ib vender -whelher are Lo blame. It would likewise app-wr. that bone sly U npt.always the policy U cornea to selling Bofcllc. THe. hoaesL de-aler, as ID Lho of the Eff'gaellcr In Lhe Toronto martet, Is paued by for "fbe tiftftt profiteer.. -So -long as Ibe an article by the price tm5eTs-lii- and Ii this price, so onfi Tvlll'the profiteer flourish like the bay Lrao, la spilo of of'-Cpnitncrce. "_' in precept "Know th-rdeir'i.Hndiwhea blame (he profiteer 11 IB 'well for us to know In tho mailer of high prices we ,aro often Instrumental In Dg up. the same. 3o long aa we have "lninry ire muEt pay the luxury of big] In. tHe interests of lajv, as it should rt-girded, II will be'a'wise policy tJrt part of the Government to en'-. Jnlo cerlaln orders-in-cduncil al least, may be re- ptrdvd as obsolete. There should be i-jiiftiic- pcocew... The, foolishnessj .ol to.'ihe letter .of the law by.' tie TBDIOVA! i ol iy' j-t'ooneldert-l banned lileralurc'in a om DO.laas a place than'the In- Calyary. This Js ,j biblical exacting of.Uihf mint, and cummin. The public -should .approach the coff with a .baslnfess itiulfnc materij! .without and without, prejudice The civic elections ahdold be I4ke seriously, and Ih'is calls for a thorotig sizing up of-the Tsrioas candidates a to tnelr particular th positions tbey' geek.1' Count yon. and Ludei are calling each other Mars, an thfrprobabillly U .that both are righ in Ihe ol the- Rochcstc Chronicle! ;SAY! MONROE Krery yoter ahouM miXe It his an her business to the "various ca di'Jrftes and not forget Lo mar or her- ballots- There should I nothing feeling' the comln elcctton. The best should win. DOCTRINE DESTROYED A from Xew.HaTan, Coon., too Mat cJt Yal-s VnlVsraUy, where abun- 4ant ehould Ulna tbal the d _ _ _ .__ _ _ has ,ii fcwi put out ot business 'by Ihi fcUoa of Ihe United Slales Senate 'on Treaty. Lodge and nla folIowlDg he K "j_'1' time Bod again in Lhelr efforts la defeat the treaty and the League Mjrwifrd their apprehension that the Doctrine would be deaLrored U ui Kaiivu-i tamv Into Mac, 'dearie (he fact lhat the lex of is printed by Ibe Senate V, Forti-p Committee, ex decltrti "tttt genei-fiV lerfl iorlil undenlandln-fi, suth u Ihe ihall riot -be con eld MJ-iWW, to. hare been if fee led by lha Bit ooif Ibe Am-erlcan Sen he flnds't of the South American :d (o Che rest ot Che irorld ha rm-dicaliy Altered. Mort Ike war the political nn-1 liLeiritr ot Hie South and repabllca wag giiar- defend-H. .bj the Unllcd sy on "the telegrams-captured tho oiary direction, llje Iminigra- 'hkino with rt Shi-riff AIsDp was notified by the i thera ou Lho lift bank of the Volga. In Iller family, and he Imrae'dtaleiy got'. ihe Astrakhan region the troops LO town of Bolshol-Konus- tis eDt'ro garrliOQ. On the oa officers also got-buiy on ihe ri2t- taFtern front the Hdes occupied Pay-. Thos Sheriff office at Shelby re-iK'dar, Huulmc Turk-jlan. Wed VfOri from.LBlhbrldge on Fri-1 ay Lha! they were holding the couple L r 'his arrival. Burlcy slated to the sheriff he d nol stolen, j __ mother'is well.known ail avlng .Hyed" there fdr.a .number of j 'She appears'lo.'he' vcrr lltlle I racenietl about the in It-Is Bald Ihe father child has raslderable "thought JiaL Ihls was the main reason thai Lhe Uie one'was a could, be (obtained for U Tho Tillage ot Tribune, Sask., oaats eTery homo in the -Tillage took a. Victory bond In the recent cam- paign. P. McKinnon, a pioneer ID the cement business In Canada and form- erly ot- Cornwall. Out., died al Cal- garr- .The. late "iVilmol MathcW'-s, capllt- list and grain merchant, ot Torbnlo. who died, left an'estate valued at He named ITTO sons Arnold C., William Either W. H. SmUU.or Iho Social Service Commission. or tlev. Dr. of I Wilson, of the King Street Mlsstoti, ll hi all prooabllily be appointed Lo succeed K. Loyd as judge of Ihe-Juvenile court at Toronto, Chas. M. Schwab is riuoled at Kan- sas Clt-r' as saying ficn. I.eonard n'quTd be Republican, nominee for President nc-it -year, and "per- haps" President Wilson Democratic uotumeo. of ihe 2-cent coin witli the likeness of Col. Theodore HoosQvelt Is the object of a, campaign ot Uie Women's .Roosevelt elation. Memorial Asso- Dlscussing the disposal o( the old exhibition' buildings