Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUH THE T.ETllimiDGE DAILY IlKIVM.n TUESDAY, nECKMHER 1C, 1919 TEbe letbbrtooe Tfoeialc- DAILY AND'WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher! THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED US Hh Street South. W. A. Buchinja fnrittnt jnd Dirtcl'r Tcrrtftce Business Minagc: won a sigtlftl vlclory. Hi> wenl Itlroush A bitter the most ot'Fuskiou ol labor. JUj (he li'Jlfc i'f rclun stiller dementi. Ot course Huslie; came Into prominence iu public life as A labor p-irty supporter. MU: he first hc'.J tbe Preralurship as ihi K-sJor of tho labor r-trly. Mutter, i Will) TELEPHONES Bulntu Office MHorUl Office plcmber Audit Bureau of Subscription Rstet: delivered, per west detrrare'.l. Dally, by mail, pf-r year TTeeUr.'by mill, per year...... WeeWy, by nsil. per year lo U-S- ot iv ar policy I-uved him cut o( Ihe libor group, and trough: about union of llie AiiJ mid in In? NEW YOHK. at as e.irly A dais us possible, so thai: sat ton was umlu] all ;ht> uork uould fro i mlue the j TORONTO. I Lowell ip res Illicit of tba privy couni-il IQ the- Dominion government, vho Is in this cl'.y today, stated that be wouUl not comment ou thjj report of iho coming retirement of Sir Robert Dorvlon, profiler of Canada, and ad'l- c-d that tho only person had tiny j authority to mnko a regard- The- Citizens' IJucL'ly League of On- ,-rin lms to filter "the Dales ol eirirr of subscription np- -An ins ihe comllilon of tho premier's viv loil'iv to deter- health and his future program was CAilurc or the sorters lo destroy which Sir IloDerL HinispK. Premier Hughes, as Ihejr claimpd ihc-yfor the mini-tcT in time for early i nfgM lutlly drmiasod ihe United I Vancouver Opinion would do. becauEB h? refused to fay uuothor yt'.-.r. -Mr. I'c'.ors arrar.c- j States nrmy irmiavm'L IV'salb. anchor- i VANCOUVER. Dec. Vau- ihe apec-ixl -ract io them In ca-h ri-! some of tho committee a.? i cil In lhe Hudson rivor. The courer Province SAYS: j, i .-ot 11 ;ho weather will permit. j lonncrly the (Ionium r.iiler I'rlnz j "At any time fhe stead ct In fiovemaient bonds. was Iceltns on this question of KHL-U ot eipinliim----- our authoriir lo coDlime iht, on seicral during the THE REPORTED POLITICAL CHANGES Those who been closo to Sir Robcr in rttrnt 'rill not .backward in tl.ai be is oui of public me. 10 soiie tlirongh itirnioi) of Cic tar. the Pre- mier andoubtodly i5 looking for a .rest. The ntauii breaWosn "which him 10 ?o to the S'juiii -io "v.-aa brouelit about by tic worrit's assC'iaicd ivjih 1.1? ,oificc. .Sir Houeri: hi1-- ha-.l .tlioruT path io travel years! 2Ie a L'nion Go bm ihu ot tliai .-arnpaizn. pollco proleolion hail lo The anr.-.ial nseoiinsj ol the Maclosil Kitel Socloly wftp held !n not inside Dorembor the Hiinur.l report >vas hull t lire from a prlino minister of Canada would be shortly before a nutter of serious public iutural, liu! n'.tdnight. The. on the' when tho has the prostfeo nod port Binklshliia und siircad rapid-'. dislloclioQ of Sir Herd en nud tho All Toronto stores will close at Saturday nifthis coninienclns the N'ow Vfar. school iracliurs o! Ontario ilcmund ;L year. a iniuiiuunl wage ol W. S. Woods hn tletit ol tlie bocn o'.ccted presi ry Great Vcl ciipo with ihe flanit's and wlro- order lo save him froni ihe aLUcks j iliimslii Ji or.c lime ilurini; the for wero to lhc or raohs in. the larger centres o[ die! That lhc? fair would be called of.' oajciiy fireboals. The skek-Ton rrsw ni 3a was un-J is ono of grcflt national and Imperial fJgKiT Army and Xavy s'etorana proteat REntn-it ihe change in the name or (he Mounted' 1'olice. Tha Donclas b'.cfk nt Nelson destroyotl by lire. k wns R Craino Gcrmnii censorshVi the total iroIUi of the newspaper. beUig OOf, to be paid ovor to ho Slate. In Iho Mnccl ot Eng., ap rjard an intcrcstlDE description of ti llrluE Itieib found Its way Into windpipe o[ a jmtleiil and remain- ed thero during three vvcefcs. At ibe etjd oT inla lime It wab rtmovcj allvo. Tbe mado ft good recovery. Major Tho Ilcv. A. E. Bray, for IS years a minister of Ilristol. Kmiland. and siutc 1914 n chaplalu In lhe Llrlt- arniy, hua acocpu-d H caU to ibe I'omt 51. Charles Uayltat church, Mou- treal. Major Bray Is a. emndsou of ihe weU knowu evaDgcllst "Jlllly" 11 ray. Mrs. Clare Krauae Angeles, widow ol General tVllpo Angeled, Meikan marlvr and patriot wlin was killed H Carranza firing aquad in Chihuahua, t'liy. -Mexico, on November 27. died M Nc-rt- York. She had never bccu advis- ed of her husband's death. Hev. Dr. S. C. Murray, for beven years PresbylerKui Fupcrinlcndent of "miiiRlons In' Manitoba, lias resigned from his post and hus accepted the jmalorale of the I'resbylerlan church it Hieli Blurr. Oivlue to Ma advanc- ng years Dr. Murray found H aiiTls- iMc to withdrau- Irorn tho rigora of !iu field work. I'rcvious to uuderlok- ing hla mission duties he UAB a pastor in Tori Arthur. nmonwoaltb. Premier lory be taken, lo be i tloa the extremists. also lhe case in. ibe recent French! i ol IUe but il lurn- I ]tcDslon. such wi event has yrcat and 1 unusual Import." Tlie Viinco'.irer World officers niul (or the re crew was forced to take to the j "It Is safe to siiffse.-i that when llio small boals. After s-cvtral hours .history cf Sir Robert Horde if s prem- hard work, the fire was controlled, iershiu COHIPS lo be written and an For a Lima- ic wus IcArc-1 ihe Mate Impartial estimate of his work, frou and Italian result this appear 10 bo so. Mr. Justice Metcalfe. on the bench 1' t Winnipeg, made this statement. I EDTPrnment-diti no: satisfy ma.ny ot his old psrty Irieuuc. ?nu baj to face their auii till Jc a greater extent ibin ibe general public appreciate. are inclinc-d to thiuk that the intention io retire aL .is brought about-by juability to reconstruct his ment along UDIUD He finds it Impossible to set I.ibprala lo go into IhEEOTenimHilaii'aiCbe-.vereiotake to in a'riot. They can of the fair for The iinaii- ''cial Etrtlenieiit was rery antisfactory, the caiupalsa proves lhat the sober ;..ml W19 by thn board ivith end moderate elements still j coinpllinents lo the'officers. I Tbe deaili oT Senator Talbot was :i surprise to hi? inany in THE NEW RELATION 1GOJ. as it was to Macleoil iliat OF .THE SEXES I Senator Talbot came in ilie e.irly idavs and rras ihe first resular school! Arc lhc days of gananuy over and j lcidier by the MacleuH! has ihe particular regard in which scuco! board, anil a good tparhcr. "hns -DEED accustomed to hold Tue ilcaih nf J. H. comnn. andergonp a chmise. Vita iham- al Glelcneu- was felt I who are many. During Ibe woman the instrument iu bringing it year3 be agent al'the Piesiu re- ebout? If a learned judge is right serve he was of the best business inlght .--pread io ihe transport GraCjfrom iiartlzanship and party U'aldersee. formerly a Hwmburg-Ani- j Is nude, ha vrlll sland far hlehcr In erli-an liner, and ibe Mongolian, 1 public estimation lhan his critics at which were anchored nearby. The Dekalb was Leing convened Into an oil buruer. present arc nrepared to concede." Government Future Uncertain Herald i ftCE CALGARY, Dec. "Without the personal HT of Hobcrl nordcn, without lite p: perslsteuce. H would have been 1m- j Sir Andrew Huyden, Oil an a lawyer, as Lceu choFeu general secretary of Hie. Xatlonnl Liberal orgaiiiiallon. The l.cmilnn -Times nrfics that IU. lion. II, II. return to lhc British terms Sir of Auckland commons. It Ibe "Jonali" of the Coalition cabinet. Edgar Watson, U. F. O. member for Xorlh Victoria, H likely lei ui) his scut, for Hon. E. Raticy, atturney- generftl o[ Ontario. Stephen P. Drown, who bail ulia men ihe department ercr had, and was favorite with all he business iiu. possible for the Union govomment the construciion of lhc jharc come being at the critical j Hoynl luimcl ;il Montreal, was moment when, without Union-govern-1 in Sebec LnXc, Maine, ment, lhe nr Cr.nnda tn. the war something mai- ler ot speculallon. DOHPAT, less some unforeseen developnienl oc- James Pyc. C.P.1I. trainman, was burned to death In a t a lie ml collision "Should announcement of Sir occurred about three rnlles cft3i prove, lo he true, the ErnTold, future for Ibe Unionist party will not Araong the Icgal mea Mac. peace between Esthonla and j be very bright. It might continue por- wn, ac- mancntlv ndcr the leadership of some "In these days whea women taS-.Ieod the past week was I. F. Fitcli, of' complisbed" fact in the near future.' otncr mnn. but certainly "with only special obligations and assurn-L Lhe firm of Clarke, Carson and Mac- denials lo Iho contrary, thero frattlon of the strength It would hare priyllegea with jnao, IL may be as'well for me to stale now thai tLe womeD arc as "aWe as men any more Conservatives, ihe- union feature ol'ihe" uould be eliminated. In Canada, all Union Gorenimeni 'candidates seeking the of people JTIEI now. almost certain to meet (leteat. and for that the difficulty gelling men lo ea into the gtivernnienl is nli the greater. Sir Robert Boiden is a sensitive man, and be feels Ins.s of prestige of his government in tho country. He may even feel thai the of the cooniry is a reflection i himielf, and thai it is necessiiry clalm no special proteciion and are entitled to no sympatay.. and if they Biaad and officers of the law they are liable to be cut down." is Quito possible lhat.ilie words of Judge Metcalfe may go Bfainst the grain nl men who are accustomed la regard ibe "weatcr ECS" with lender feelings and to make allowance fof them accordingly Bnt after all the R-ords of jndicial authority are only too Ime in iherr application. H would .-be a thousand pities Ihnt, witli women being given the rights erely an nrmis- j there Trould surely lie defRCtlona frohi rpiire from the Premtership. and anj- whicb. men enjoy, the hivab-j- elands to be doom- if ihis regrettable' event .give somebody else aa ojiportunity TetwnKtruciinE ihe governnienl. Bst 'cur opinion, the difficulty of ret-on- Elnictirit; lhe government, will be just as great TO H new Premier as to Sir flobnfl Boniciv. Union Government K. unpopular in tbe country, and as it will be the women and not ihe men who will be to blame. Women afe ctiliilod lo all the consideration that men are accustomed to pay them. Women's acts should nol lend to des- :EecminglT is no doubt that the object had under Sir RoberL of ihe nogotialiens which have been j might be named as his successor, 'going nn daily is nm rue iiirp. liul lias along tho general lines framed by the j government be forced lo RO to j I Holshcvlki. The present main aim of the beforp its time limit of ihe Eoviet ERCHJS tti lie to up j life had expired." jibe defeat of Gen. Yudei-.itch by nuk- Ing it -impossible for him or any other iniliiary .leader to organize u new A change Is soon to occur in lhe Simcoo of tbe Canadian Hank of Commerce. C. J. King Is re- tiring, and is io be succeeded by A. G. Snider ol iMadcr. campaign j against soviet tslhonini territory 1NEW PREMIER WAS S. E. James, inspector of tho Mer- chants 'Hank nr CnnaHi, tin? In transferred to Vancouver where lio been appointed manager of the Hastings 5irtet branch of the Mer- chants Ilnnk. Aviator-Poet-Rebel Sees Dreams FAMOUS FRENCH CASTLE Fulfilled and Will Hand Over the Pott FIUME, Dan. 15.-- (Associated are under way for the evacuation of i'iume by Gab- riele d'Annunzio, the sD'.uUir-puti, aud hi.i forces and the occupatloa of this Adriatic town, which has been the causp of so much discussion, by a contingent of. the regular Italian army, headed by Gen. Cavlgila, former min- ister of war. Italy Is to have complete s eighty orer Flume and all ibo isions of tbe treaty of London are TO I be carried out under the terms of compact signed by ---r tuiujiai-L. u.' ii-J" cult lo get to go into lhe men.to ctrer and should be j ,1'Annunzio, according to a statement men! Under our system of Parlia'-l" and prlvik-gs tor women i made by d'Annunzlo'a rcprcsi-n mcntary fiovcniment a member o( H.pj10 receive. In Ibe gaioing ol ether lativc. Great Brllaln. _ Franco Cabinet must en to p. constituency I'rivilegw. wctocn, for the sake of lor cadorsaiion. The diliically is seie5- should cot lend thein- a new 1'iime Minister will he unablf lo lhc denying them of Ihose to get men into his EOTcrnEiK-M who j Privlleses which have been con- can succeed in carrying conslitu-1ccrttd them Tolnnlarilj. The grant- encica. ;'llg ia a concession Mr. Meigheu. wlm is mentioned as Blr llobcri liorrfpn's 15 one of Lhe very ablest youns meu in Can- of lhe respect in which women arc held and no woman should help lo destroy this respect on public life- not eren his bitter- n-' action on hor part. If so, Ibe ivorlcl.irould-bc a sorry world to live political oppoiirn: hoEi'.aie lo mafce Ihnt admission. He id a Conservative In poliiicsi a enj In characler, and in nis atticrJe towards Ibe p repressive movenir-nL-; of lhc day, While readily iickno'.vl- edging hia outstanding alfilJlr, we Hardly think thai lie would be aljle lo rally around him. the progressive 'Irive IIC thought of (ho country. Until actual developments take place. It Is unnecessary to make fur- ther comments. e do say, liowcvsr, lhat sooner or later, lhe Union Gov- ernment h llkulj io lie dominaicd. Trhelher the name is changed or no! by Ibe Conservative plemonls of iho country, especially, wlio rte-im IJttle or any llnkcring -A-itlt lUc laritf It would be well If a parly was In-1 created, combining the high lariff ad- vocates of both lhe nld parties. Then fro could have a straight o( nub- ile opinion on liie tariff, an be- tween low lariff and high tarilf, I: Is significant tlial low tariff Is sain- iag ground. In every Federal byc-cK-o Uon where Ibe fanner candidalcs have Ton, Iho tariff has been lhe upper- most, issue. In three instances this low lariff movement has caplumd constituencies In Kaslcrn Canarla. and Italy are In agreement that Italy shall ELall annex Fiume, It was assert- ed. D'AnnaDzlo b declared lo consider Lhat all ot hla ambitious which result- ed In the selzurr, of Finnic hnvc been attained and ihu agrGement Premier N'llli fully guarantees j FRIEND OF BRITAIN LONDON, premier. tfcc. whose life an attempt 5S DAMAGED BY FIRE, was marts in Cairo today. 13 Yussuf j Pasha, ivho formed a ealiinei, PARIS, Deo.-- 'ntler Hie previous cabinet had resign-j yesterday badly rtama-ed portions of because nf dissension over tbe an- the castle of Coniifiegne. The lied- Ipoinlment of (he commission 'headed 1 room of the former emperor and-the i hy Yibcount sccretiry for 1 council room, both of were un-: colonies, Tvhich rcccntlv arrived ml f'lralBhcd, were entirely dentroycyJ. ?.s Kgypt. It is known here lhat lhe I also were a few pieces of art. The Llgvptian radicals regarded lhe new: The Assize Court al IJrussels, recently sentenced lo terms of iiu prisor.nient ranging from to hvo years the staff of La. Delgiquo. nnc of the newspapers which appeared dur Ing the occupalion under Lhe aegis o Records For All Machines No mailer what you hBTe, EO Jong as you use a slcel or fibra needle, Iho Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE It you haven't a machine, buy R Mason Rlsch from us. Etas? paymcnU If desired. MASON RISC1I, UMIIED Bilmonl Block Komf ot library Is iint damaged. The damage'Sa cstinir.trd al 000' francs. premier with disfavor becaiisc he had not taken n s-land against Greal Bri- tain. t The outrage occurred outside Ihn iflliallan cl'Jb, opjjoslle general bead-j ic first llire'.v. The castle of Compiegne is one __ ......_.. _. the fiuesl of the old royal scuts in j quarters. Tbe France. H wag huilt during the reign a bomb and thru fired s rc-volver, of. LouLs XV. by Gabriel, nnd M'as iT'ireo revolvers were (mind in liis richly rurnlahed aiiil decorated. J possession! their rcallzntton. D'Annunzio To Rome Dec, The H3wspa.pcrs today announce that (Jab-! rlelc d'Annunzio, accompanio'l by j ,Gen. rhkt of staff L.i GPH, in and woman's influence, which lias (Diaz, probably -will come lo on! ichievcd so much, stands lo EO by Tuesday and confer with I'rcmlftr: .1... ____L iXiltlr who wSH he able the samo uay: to make a precise dpHaralion in (hf regard ifi' ilst much ol of the world will he lost, Camber of deputies and Not -.Tomcn only bnt men will be Fijmc the losrrs. thofr new privileges resppnElbllirfcs. It War time proliltijlion was heir] rtjnstituH'jnnl Who may have Vegetables, Dressed Poultry, Veals, Small Hoys, Beef and Pork, Eggs or Butter for Sale. Give us ;t trial. need all this and will lhc right iiricc for SILVER GRILL H. H. HURRAY MANAGER Short Training Course or School Teachers and continue IY 'ihclr BI respect unics.s 5 :nake it im- THE ELECTION RESULT FN AUSTRALIA Heading of the few cable dispatches that appeared In the press about llio Australia n clccllonfl, gave the li'ftl Premier Hughes was havin? f'glit of Pfu and lhal he nsfghl tc The result of the clcc- LD well that in the cierciaing of the: they should not trade on them, abusing the Iradilional position 1 which they hare licen placed regard Ihey are held by men. is something for tbe aa a whole r.o appreciate, and with them it should he a case whore vested rights should not he endangered. Whatcrer may Iin siij against veiled rights. anlmoua Thus vanished Hie rf riph'.s of women are those which h.OflC5 a "wet" ily of lhc Volsln.ar! law, the proliibltlo cform act, frameil lo carry out (li ntcnt of lhe prohibition aintndmont o tbe constitution. In nzsslng, however, Drandels did hold lhat the pro- hlbltlon amendment was on i :hn stales aa well as lhc government.: The court entirely reversed tbe ron- itnlion of the "wels" that war tlrno irohihillon was onlside tbe war time cowers of congress nnd pointed out :hat war time control of food and mil- Ftill wcro In odcct. The deri- sion addt'I one of lhe final milestones in lhc fight to make the country dry, The court ivlll render opinions Monday, at which lime lhc beer cases arc expected to he dccldtd, after which lhc court ICCCM until 5th of January, If anyone knows vrlinl It mc-ans lo have sunshine brought Into the life of they arc the inmates of lhc Frank Tfisj hive tliia in Ihrr splomlld contrilmMon to (he Chrlatmas Cheer Fund. It fa no! in tie wondered tliat Ihe bcncriclarlc.i un-lor will of the laic Krank Work refused lo comply with the stlpulallon lhat Ihey should change their name Io Work. With Ific fortune received, lhr: vr.-ry nainc could noi but have profcd ob- noxfoua .when iLtrc was n for U. "Weary lion as announced, shows that he has agree with will rjuilt Hamilton '.rustct-s Hi's vlll nol allotv of Rlvini; (lie women teachers the Increase ii. yalnry Mliicli they derniuitl To Farmers and Butchers CONSULT A. Wyrnan Co. ol HIDES, PELTS and FURS in any quant- ity independent of market conditions. extensive connections enable us lo pay TOP PRICE in WEAK and STRONG MARKETS. US NOW with regard to present conditions before selling your hides. 320 6th STPEET 8. PHONE 442 P. O. BOX 5 A. WYMAN CO. HIDE AND PELT MERCHANTS AN EMERGENCY PROVISION There ia slill a great need for IUCJIB Uachera In Albcrla. On account ot the increase or the teacher-tralnlnE period t'i a full year, Ilierc will lie nn claj.a of eraduatei at Clirislmaj tills year. This will temporarily nggravste lhc present thorl- ngc. Plans nre iK-ing made (o cslaTjlish an additional loacher- iTaining injlilulion In Edmonton just as n.ulcklj- aa posslhlo. liul In the imnntime lhe transition ycnr (ram the Bhorl normal term lo tne la fraugll wltK Elicclal dICCiculllM. PROPOSED SHORT COURSE As at; emergency measure, to msel lhc prcscr.t uAtrs- ordinary conditions and lor this year only, tho department nr rjiiucn'Jon IIKS dyrlilcd, prtriding a large number el sUi'K'KlR can Ito sef uretl, to offer a short course of training pert-oils wllh llir, nct'CSaary acnrtcmlc Blnnding lo enable Dicni 'lu tjiialiry for limited certificates. This course Tvlll rovnr fwelvc WM opcninp January flf.Ui and conllnulitx until March 2'Jth, 1020. It v.-ill Elrcn In Iho CIlj of Krt- nionton; Tsill cnlille the slndcnl lo a temporary ccrtUicalc, valid until January lul. 1022. Tlie holder of one ol Ihcsa Ic'iil'orary rcrtificales, who deslrca lo romplctc his training in order lo F ecu re a pcrniaiiDnt. certificate, will entitled, providing lie has linil succeasful joachinp exporicnco, in nd- jjiii.iion to iiorninl schriol nt Die YMr, nntl may com- jjlctc hi5; training hy tahin'4 the advanced period of lhc reg- ular normal cciirac running from Jfimiary- 1st In the end of April yzir. WHO MAY ENTER- hnldirp the Grudc XI nr Ha or hltjh'jr iirialificaHnns may enter. In lhe case of rfiturncd fjra'ln X or Its nati fiiiffujlunl (inalitfrallon, l will bo FINANCIAL AID luils cnrollInK for tbla just as Mmse Uklng ill be eligible for regul.ir normal loan gratitort licfng 550 per month] of 51T.CI Mis co-.irsc. APPLICATIONS BY DECEMBER 23 All M'ho 'o enrol" for this course aro urgcrl lo com- niunlratf: Hie department of educaUnn before porombcr 23rr1. This Information imiat lie in nand by thnl dato lo cnitble tbe department to arrange for the ncceaanry buildings, utaff and While students may cm! or until tbu ujirjiintr ilny iho course nol bo given unless a sufficient nuinlmr r-nrol Ijnforc 23rd tc Jiifltff? tnc [lepartment iii rvilli for prcmlBca, sccurlnc iho sUitf, and making oil other necessary arrange- n on 13. ADDHES9 ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE DEPUTY MINISTER Department of Kducallon, Kdmonlon, Alberta.