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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta row TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, HW C LCTHriilirtlE i COMPANY. LlNUTfcD Street Uoutu, Alberta :iiiyn i in tin Member Audit i.r Circulations Dally. Deny by n by Wwkly, Ratei: i't i V in tho im inimi on the tariff. Now unlii do to ilariai'.e rii's of ;MUU> tlu-y lo ;uu tLo the iit'op-ie of t'Hy ol" fniloubtiMlly if tin- oim- i pivflcmiii.iHMi t i'.o i i Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS nthiM- i.itri lllt'ir I'OI'iisi' ttio "ilriuiiic win liaiuto Cily'.' FRENCH SOLDIERS, SHOT AFTER rOlIRTMAUTlAI, HAVE KI'X'OHJJS UESTOKKI) ilu1 'rty I.'.! COMPI.EXITIES IN PRESENT-DAY POLITICS. Things are of politics. The nclitiuLil three difforont aectiou-s ut iii ion HI u ation. bs tp uoniKil uther n'uhns tliers.1 HO ?ign of chango in tin- world. havo pronKnont P. A. uli'K'ial in iliu .Meiliuine Hat con- ititucncy, dfdanntr bniuly that he is i Hot in favor of ibe Open Hoor policy; of Air. Cronir. This Mr. Hardy is possible caiiiiidafj fur the Hoiiijo 01 i Commons to sucreed tlu> lute Mr. Silt-! Cm. Should he nominated am! shouUi lio bo elected. liu C'rcrar, the adMK-atv1 iho Door, cr would lie iii ii: ;i liiiiitiv.t'.y firmer class group of his own it be U) luim Mr. Har- ris elected for no Uiau to flnd out just what he would do. Mr. Perrin Balcer, another talked cundidHlti on helu'-IC of the )u thy Medicine Hat ridiiiK. io more likely to accept the viewpoint. L v.'ill lit1 seen i'roni tm i'jci'.n lull thut tK'.s (u i_pu in tilt1 "riiHT is sulr tliu famous MONDAY'S QUESTIONS .u'.' "th_ (Tliey do we tp-ak of "the baud j UOL f PICKED UP IN PASSING T UK il U 3 r MA N Thomliw, of dM lit St.: Mario kt of yum. AirkMnhop Mt, Wuiter, of Watreut. Kaik.. ind DM UnUuur, of Uuv. C'. W. Uilfour, North Uelievc I'ountrv is AVhiit is Neede Methods of farming (Krom Our Own t'orrespOHdenO 1IOWVI1.L10. farmers; his first pub- are all busy different mclh- I ods of soil cuHure ami crop rotiiilou n., so that there may be a better con- t'.i trol of the weeds and loss foil druting. a are very opiimislic and do hat tho country is at fault, ut rather thut it is I'.ist methods of H. wiu elftcNut chairman of I ho ti-hool board. t railivav fares iu Sherbrooke .Mil illClViSl'li to IOC. in his will loft Winsfcw c ni-w colonial secretary, uf Ste'vart, former inspector iitiaries for the Dominion, is U. 3. CONGRESS DOESN'T RECOGNIZE IRELAND V.' ,i fiivoriit; sub- lily? .ni-.ii-ion in "Not by to PUI in s UiaL have about suc conditions. A number auvs of rye have seeded and some are in- ing to put in sweet clover. Mr. s it AM TNG POX Jjii._ 29- In.Jiroct hy tne I njtcrt States of "Republic ot Ireland" was hnock- don. is to retlrn. Hit uulttut, T. C. Duncan, will uuccuoii him. Or. Mucdon- nld is u former 14. R aad ut Hume of Comment. Dr. ThornatJ Whitetddo, Archbishop of Liverpool, dead. All thu Konuui Catholic Sees In drat Britain, with tho deception of WcstmiutUr tmt Ed- inburgli, are now vacant. In there were tour individuals iu the United States who paid tux on incomes in of i Their combined net income I or approximately ol' I i tlio lato Jli.ii. N. Clarke Wai- im.c. was eiuutud warden ot L-ounty. by each of iudividuula vai J j It is probable thut Hie one 1918 billionaire Kovernment itoiuewliere near lUut LI I' and there are those 1 associate wilh racial rinmps iu siln order to form a strong combiiuuion, without r.ny thought of the evils that would I'.'Uow. Then in Peter- iial borii there is the candidate who on proiection rather peon'.'' of a strong! centre. cliaractori; tics of ti'.o oM parlies seem to be dt veloijinii in the new. ANSWERS 1 is (hi iers pUiut seems to anyu-or wlnit wo need a it puts fihi-o in the -soil anil enuii- tMtes wt-tfds. U makes good hay and vidmp a to :m iiuioiidniem pro- ct fur ;t "min- l." Instantly half a The allusion is to the sceptre or anciently used by which; ii ivory hand on the top of Leiia and the Swan. Paul Ver-i ouese, rniToggin. ami .Michael Augelo .tn( r have left paintings on the same The daffodil, which blooms in t-v LL.nt culed success. A number came from Barons ami several came from i reprosentativos were oil their and Archie MeAlpine return- i'rom Edmonton Saturday attended the I'. F. A. convention i the out CONVICTION IS UPSET IN WASHINGTON To tiie of dominoes, "where GERMANY i the notation is nuule by ciiuik ou a j table. i Xobleford'. I Mr. Tom Costick sailed from New MUST PAY. An osil.M- or sroom. His original last week a The Supreme Allied Council has I duly was to lot-ci. sroom. snoe., ami j he has a party to alter ,ns tarn nv, jhere, wul not return until harvest, taken the bull by the horns in respect JIr Joe Williams, who is spemlim tiie indemnity inuny. There is no further to be alknved the German In .tne iiominatms convention there j but the Allies are out in may be a LGSC oC the two elements, ami j earnest to make Germany foot the the result will tell wiieiher the MeU- am, iu the arrangements made icine Hat iarniers asree with Dmry lo Ulkc from ;invthiu. m mnd Crerar, iii the support oE the Open n, fnin" Hv, thu oi cxt-ube m failing to Inc .j SOUTH AFRICAN CIVIL SERVICE DISCONTENTED WITH SCALES OF PAY the winter witii his family in Calgary, lias been placed on tho jury, i Mr. J. W. Crais has returned from Seattle. Mrs. Craig, Miss Craig and Lois will not return until spring. Mr. Tom Haney was a business vis- Door, or whether they ;ire with Mr. LOXDOX, Jan. in Lethbridge on Wednesday and iociatpd cable from Jollan-j Thursday. leslmri: to the Canadian Associated! Messrs. James Maloneyand Edward says that the civil service, of i Mills are. indisposed. (up to the oblisitions imposed on her. the Union of South Africa is seething! Mi: and Mrs. Arthur Mills left on Wood aild Mr. Harris- in their ud.vo j ]n ,he particular attitude of Great i with discontent owing to the delay in I Wednesday for Idaho where Mrs. eacy of a distinctly Farmers' group.. as opposert to France, in re- j ro.l-ltif-vinB 'he scajles of pay. Many to tiie carrying out of the Treaty of VersaiHo.s, rion. especially clerks. The Fijither east, iu the province of lUnitufca. there is a bye-election ilave beeil Erom tinle .0 time the provincial consliinency of throatehetl to C. D. McPhersoii, the member; tho t.orjs o( elUente tor that constituency, iws been takea iwuell the tlvo u u mo into the Cabinet, and in seeking the. beell all pity OTrB it to (indorsation of the electors L'e is op-; lmve tllat tlle Welldly relations by a farmer .-.vho is not en- j between Great Britain and France dorsed by the United Farmers of Man-. should Germany. Not itota Iwt who is endorsed by the In-! the effect but tiie cause would have depaudent Fanners' eroup in the Leg- j uuolpmble. So far as the two of thai, province. This group I mtiona, -ivith whons the future peace includes members who were elected OI- Em-ops lies, are concerned, the as'rarmcrs' candidates in fte last pAj- agreement arrived at in settling mat- ters finally with Germany is one for international congratulation. France has all along felt verj' ser- iously the attempts made by Ger- of the younger oiiidiais are reported to be strongly in favor "Of direct ac- view of llie Sue- s' riko of the bank ?ir with families have hitherto able to hold the j-.tremists in check but the position WILL PAY HOMAGE TO BQDIES OF SOVEREIGN HE HELPED OVERTHROW riiO DE Dr. Ruy Bar- hosa, sole survivor of. the prominent nteu v.-ho in ISyj caused the blood- less overthrow of the- Empire oj Bra- zil, set up- -n republic aud banished' the imperial family, will play a as representative of.the L'easne of. National Defense. in paying homage to the former Kmueror Dom Pedro II anil his wife'when the Brazilian battleship Sao Paulo brings their bodies back from Lisbon. The bodies are expected to arrive here within ft few. weeks. "Responding to tlle League's request I general elections in Manitoba, aJoBK with some men wUo had been elected as Conservatives. It is a rath- er significant thing that some French- Caimdten members who left the Lib- j maliy [u Pvade her party when it adopted a Policy (iioth as regards tiisarmament and rep- of strengthening the teaching ot aratiou. She was not inclined to trifle English language in Manitoba, and j with her ancient OIiemyp ln the very who went over to the Conservative i proximity of Germany to France, opposition, aru now lining up with the i jn Blili having a menace at her side. Tamers. These men whose feremost I The 01- fmnue to havo things purpose is to give the French laugaiige flnally was the cause o[ UlQ the preference in certain ot the m-erilirow of tho Cabinet of M. Ley- ichoolu ia Manitoba, evidently have; as shown in the rtiHcussion in mereli' ll precaution, an elementary Ueged on to ihe Fanner.5' gwtip in'Ule chamber over the interpellations j "Igime'lml ta- tb- Manitoba in the hope that they can ,vhich he desired to postpone until h'rth of (be new. He was p-kld that' at line it for their racial ends. The nieetinf of the Allied Supreni ine featnr-2 of the Lakeside hye-elee- Council. tiou is the fact that the Independent Pllrniers' group are out to defeat the io a friendly understanding with Jlorris government, they have i France, appears to have departed in- declared time and again through their Directly from her traditions of free monUi-pieces, that when the Legisla- trade in respect lo the export duty ture was called they would nut slio.w which Germany has pay on her any hostility i Jan. tion ot" Victor L. Berber and four olhur members of the Socialist party for violation of tiie Espionage Act was reversed today by the United States supreme court on ground that Judge Landis should not have heard the suit after his eligibility had been attacked, The effect of the court's decision is to remand the cases to the appel- late division, which will issue orders for a reversal and a now trial before some other federal judge. COMMUNISTS HOLD ITALIAN NEWSPAPER TRIESTE, Jan. Asl'ton was found Of llii'. ;i. i.'Uiiec A ride iying psun, rector of St. Bar'- has ace.1 pied tho noiiiiion of v.vji-.-tc-n of tlu> Goueral of Keiigioud Ed- ucation uf tho Church of England- That about 50 per cent, of the oper- atious now being performed by the medical profession are unnecessary, way u statement muda by Dr. Hett, ex- UKO'or of Kitchener, in au address at on the uatioiialiialion of the me lical profession. He advocated that doctors should be government salary aud the people educated by a systom of lectures to a standard of healthful livius. A suitcase containing valuable furs and jewelry-, given seven months ago i to the wrong passenger hy a Pullman I porter, and three times lost, has re- turned to its owner, a Brotkviile wo- man. Rev. Ur. F. L. Barber, of St. Clair Ave. Methodist Church, Toronto, is the new bursar of Victoria University, Toronto. Rev. W. B. Caswell, the pres- ent bursar, will become pastor of I Simpson Ave. Methodist Church. j The Prince Gftorge "Citizen" has tho following: ''An astonishing sentiment) is growing in certain representative f quarters in the northern part of Brit- ish Columbia, which contemplates nothing less than the partition of this province, somewhere .south of the 53rd i tawa board of trade tonight, meridian, und tiie creation of a new 1 premier said since he had IfSAYSHE ISNOTSOGENUE Losing Some of Hii Good Nat- ure Dealing With Hide Hontt-rs OTTAWA. Jan. Drury was ths principal speaker tt the an- nual meeting and diuner at the Ot- The boen and separate province ol Northern i brought in deadly contact .with not- still hold the offices of the Socialist j British Columbia. We publish this in- head-hunters but hide hunters he was newspaper La Voratore' which they formation without comment upon its! losing some of his agricultural gentle- to the building located. The where the offices are Socialists announce Milts' father. Mr. Bunu is very low-. Messrs. Geo. Evans and Paulson are Calgary visitors. Ou Friday, February -1th, the Bow- they will publish their paper tomor- ville Local U. F. A. will hold its j row at another establishment. A monthly meeting in'the hall. The dele- general strike has been declared in gates will give a report on the con- j Trieste, some workers observing it vention and a splendid program has j in celebration tif the communist ac- tion, while others have left their work In protest. seized several days ago. lied guards value in .the contemplation of nation- 1 ness. have, betn placed at the approaches al. affairs. It is. as yet, but a raguo scarc beetl prepared. After the program a lunch will be served. The local has membership of about seventy. SUPERANNUATION SCHEME The speaker, however, cely any further reference to pro- whisper tho breeze, and it may vinciai politics, dwelling Instead on linger there and1 grow iu volume or i national ideals and the needs of cit- die awny with the zephyrs which come i izens getting into their minds a clear out of the adds the definition of what the nation stands for. Wardens elected by Ontario coun- ties include the following: Brant, Ru- Tie people of Canada mast recop uize thu value or the human factor, Hamilton; Eigln, Hugh C. ilcKillop; FOR B. C. CIVIL SERVANTS Essex, Eugene Scratch; Prontenac, VICTORIA, Feb. provincial' Cuas. McGregor; Grey, W. Sing: Hal- civil servants and municipal employ-1 dimaud, Wylie Hudspeth; Halton, J. ees, including police and.iiremen inlKilioti; Hastings, Dr. A. T. Enibuj'lt; pert Greenwood; Bruce. Robert John- and as evidence that this ston; Carletou, W. H. Pratt; being done he instanced the enactment Stormout and Glengarry. J. Wesley of legislation such as mothers' pen- sions in Ontario which would have been impossible 25 years ago. Premter Drury in eloquent appeal for unity of race and in this country and said that the roan Uf A Co-operative on Ss !n bsition fFrora Our Own Correspondent) CAnDSTOX. Jan. annual cases in this city, the perplexing loo. R. S. Armstrong; Welland, F. H. .victim. Miss Blanche S3, of election of directors ot the Carclston feature being that the outbreak is not jflalliuser; Wellington, Wm. C. Mg- Jersey City, died MJay In a bostoital District U. f. A. was held here confined to any particular section oiiOIelland; J. A. Motfatt. hare. Two men badly burned, are in British Columbia are to be placed un-jl-lui-uu, 1'. F. Doig; Kent, John Fletch- who stirred up ill-faeling between Can- t der a siipGrannuation ai-hemo. ncc-ord-ier; Lauibtun, Jgjia T. Sproule; Len- ada and the United States was dl3- :ing to the terniiv or a hill, which the: iiox and Aldington, loyal to Canada. coin, Richard Lang; Middlesex; Alton Ryclanaii; Norfolk, R. M. Taylor; t'ord, J. H. Johnston; Ontario, Frank government will introduce carly the session of the legislature. SMALLPOX OUTBREAK IN MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT, are a considerable number of small- Thompson; Peel, R. M. Parkinson; Perth, Werner Krng; Peterborough, LIST NOW 13, HOBOKE.V, N. 3., Jan. death list resulting from the Hre which early yesterday destroyed Hotel ThproiWm. M. flrifflth; Slmcoe, J, J. Me- j Colrcial here today totalled 13, s Victoria. John Alton; Water- j women aud six men.- The thiiteen that he represent if at the landing of i Jjf L- Striuguam 3. H. tho remains of the late Emperor, Br. j T Barbosa said that the banishment ofli'J the imperial family had not been an act of proscription and reven.Ke but nierely The retiring members were J. F. Par-i the city. There appears to be no Great Britain, in seeking to come STALLION IMPORTED BY SASKATCHEWAN DEAD SASKATOON. Jail. one of the uvd import- (invermnr.'iH uiu'goods. Here it was a case of exped- j ed Clydesdale bullions, purchased by what was practically the end of his public arisen areer, the opportunity for rovrjculiun of the of banishment thankful to be able to lake part in the ceremony. .niier. The election resulted in the of Geo. L. Striugbam and election of H. J. Flock, and John Archibald to nil the vacancies on the Board of Directors. These three men are among the very best financial heads of tho Cardston district and will greatly add to tiie strength of this big co-operative concern. Espe- cially is Mr. Btvingham a strong man for this position, and the shareholders support all good legislation that iem-y. in making it possible to secure was introduced. Despite this declara- payment. In this Britain has consid- tion, they are opposing a Cabinet Min-'ered not so much herself as her Al- ister in Lakeside, and his defeat' particularly France. Apart! iMe at '.In; Mm would certainly mean tiiat the Xorris from anylhing of a trade policy, tak- j land caused Government would have to resign. The inj; (he popular sentiment in'Great iDdependent Farmers' gi-oup wllicll is Britain as to Germany and tlliiu-s i made up of actual I-'armcrs. ami the German, and iu the fact nf a French-Canadian, and the Foreigii member who have ta.L-gei on to it, is the ne-u. Kfriinyest :iroui in tho Legislature, am! all bllity might be culled upon to lonn Government. To do liiey wrmld hay. to re-cognize the element that is seek inK to restore the French langiiacc and if they did that the Fai-met toba he; The result ed interest. it tiepends tiio fate of the fidi'ernmeiH and. poMibly, the fate of Hie Farmer group also. iion tliai IB going on against the importation 01' cheap German toys, '-he less will be in the neater. -v.-Hh the Britisli public being nnly 100 to pay the price even should tiiii- have the likelihood to bo ;t cortingency. In adopting tho pres- ent methods instead of seizing the OOing CH to Went I'eterbon bye-election next. There are live Hold, rsiirese.itiuc it cenie v> lUM'e a Federal place ou AJou'Uy in the iiie Clovernmeat party, the Liberal party, the Farmers, Labor, and ruiriiliam, the late nioiuher. resigned and 'is Utah] in the field a.i a alvaighl Con- V.'pst I'l-tcrlioro ij dom- illlted by city, a duitrial cculre. Tin talh of lowering tb Hie oaitioii who an CUSTO'vIK RECEIPTS AIIE OVEI{ IIKJHEH till) advocates lie.' r-andiriate L th.) lariff, am of the i T..: I.iijeii.l e is very tariff tiicp, by i pilliritiwd lo he ow tin-in'. The: .Ian. 111. Th in n .r ill.- Ii. cal var ending iodav ni incfeas" oi' ,'T I'M Ihc 'fii- farr.e period a year H' ninths clo- I d laid tip have done well to re elect him. Tho annual financial statement'wag read by W. A. Keith, the secretary- treasurer of the above organization. This was in every way very satisfact- ory to the shareholders, as it showed i a very marked advance in the effic- iency of the commercial end of the I concern. The farmers of the district would do -well I t support this organisa- tion which iiu shown itself always i willing and anxious to serve their in- ]terests. i Good Clsss of Films Cardston i.s u. be congratulated on the kinii of- T'liotoplays Ijeing shown i in i'ae Palace Iieatre. Cardston's one honss. This question of tl, the "movies" lias come to he recog-i Kcgma and Vv. H. lhl, factor in the moulding oi' ilie opinions and ideas! general alarm over the situation. Mrs. Thornioe, wife of Archbishop thfj inrtitution whare It' was stated their condition to serious. the Saskatche MARINES STORM JAIL AND RELEASE PAL association jour-1 thl. of the influence j 1 to bcotlami to buy him aud one! om. and c.hnri.hcs. litld it coiil.Tided by many that the shows being screened are ol'teu indec- ent and alariiiing to chose who are. really iiiteresl'-d in the welfare of the peojil--'. mattor bron'illt Jan. by President S. Williams in the Om; hundred mannc-s irom Ihe meeting today Ho nsou ai navy, u Bpoke of the efforts being made ijy .armed wi'.l niamiKi'ment of tlle Palace to get j 'f Saturday niKnt, the very films and that when- lit re backed iwo 'Hvcr ivatui-. educational films list .lie -.vail ut tiie were iirocurr-d even at extra cost. Kiich poim tneir Ij.'nke down all u nlm. 'be said, was being presented doora Hie jiriso'i cells r.nditbis coming on Tuesday aud relca.swl I.. G. Karren. a lellow marine Thursday niu-ht, "The- Soul of Youth" under ni-rrr.t on u .of being tt-llidl .luiige Lindsay, of Colorado, 'Jbc ending-parry also reieas- shown in bis practical work i id two womou. All Ihp'C are still at! among the dclirtqueuts of the IJ. S. birge. the second serious out-! youths. This play is recommended tn of tiie mariner in ,-ear Past all teachers and parents if lljoy wish to get a slant on their problems _ if handling tlio voiitli of today Your lAKIFF BILL UP AGAIN I correspond-in his interviewed Miss Xielsou, the manaKer of the Palace, V ASTIIM, Jan. Re-1 re the of getting herjilms for publican i.viitioii for closure on tin; I (he Cardsti.u imblic and she stated J.'01'dney iimMiMMicy tariff bill was sbe signs up for a single senled today ,n Lie svimtt, by Senator j umi has cither personally li'iirOM'. o, i in charge l[ or SOme friend whom sha ol T'imi.T-1 trusts ran vouch for the nature of (dim. had objected to silfi claims Ulat the board v. iihjii (ISM In vote by iinaniiuou.s con-1 Of cciKors -in sl-ick February or i ii li'-Mj TAXICAB STRIKE ENDS ill.Alir.'I.I'lirA. .Ian. iii.itiuuti'd to i much trash lo go before the public thai she acts as her own censor, often at I he eost nl extra trips to Calgary and Lethbridge to see Ilioun films have beer, on strike hen-' This is an excellent duty sha ire- lasl night; is pcrformim; i'oj- the town and the "i i') llvu tr-rniuiaiinif j large crowd.1 'ih.-it come to her per- formauce evidenco Hinir appreciation witnes.-'i.'d in recent of Ihe enfertaJumontB the Palace tur- "But for Real Smoking, Give Me My Pipe." When you're digging into work, or digging out for home or topping off A good meal, or enjoying the evening at home, or taking final smoke before bed, that's the time a fellow wants hie pipe and SMOKING TOBACCO Have you tried this bright Virginia tobacco, that malces the old pipe taste sweeter than ever, and 4s so "Deliciously In 15c. Packages and pound Tim. ;