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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION VOLUME XIV. ALBERTA. FEBKUARY 12, 1921 Premier Oliver Outlines Bill- Bars and Saloons to Be Abolished Good Old Ham and Down Dime an Order In MONTREAL, Feb. price ot bam and ecu is down 10 cents and the price on all egg orders is down tire cents in all ot CaHde' .restaurants suiting today. There is a five-cent reduction on cus- tards, and other like ar- ticles. THE NEW CRADLE SONG TIGHT REIN OVER ILLICIT TRAFFIC VICTORIA, Feb. (Can. Press) The broad outllhes of (he govern ment liquor control law were outlined by Premier Oliver yesterday after- noon in the legislature in opening the debate on his motion to ask the lieu lenanl-governor to submit a bill pm viding for government sale of liquor, Thfs government's proposals include; by a commission which will be independent, non-parti- san, but answerable tr> the government for the proper carrying out of their duties; abolition of bars aud saloons; total prohibition of sslo to persons under the age of 31; liquor stores to 'he limited to the larger centres of Imputation; the introduction of a per- mit system with tlie permit revocable where its holder is guilty of abuses or personal eiceases; liquor to be sold at a moderate price to yield a reason- able profit to the government; the commission. to be given power to draw up and Impose regulations from time to time for thi proper enforcement of i the act; liquor buying to bo made a punishable offense; the muni- cipalities to receive 60 per cent, of al! received from fiiws under the in .their respective dfclricls. The liquor hill will be introduced in the legislature the end of neit week, it Is expected. IDS Conference Here On Friday, Feb. 18 Farmers, Agricultural Experts and Financial Men Will Discuss Problems To Refuse Terms On Reparations President of Reichstag Would Allow Allies to Occupy Ruhr District BRESLAU, Germany, Fsb. Paul Loebe, president ot the Reich stag and publisher of the Breslau Valkswacht, urges Germany, in an editorial appearing in his paper yes terday to refuse to comply with the Paris reparations demands, thereby permuting peculation of the Ruhr dis Wet by the entente, which he says would be compelled to attempt opera tion of the mines. He declares the miners then would refuse to work and the coal produc- tion would fall off to 'such an extent that the allies would abandon -its de- mands and submit more reasonable condttiens. Unemployment would be widespread If the present plan is agreed to; Herr Loebe believes; tax receipts would de- cline and it would be impossible for tho allies to coHect its indemnities. DAUGHTER OF A FATHER OF CONFEDERATION DEAD CHAHLOTTETOWN. FVo. Mercy Coles, aged SO, daughter of the late Hon. George Coles, who was one of the great political figures in the history of the island, is dead. Miss Coles accompanied her father to the Quebec conference prior to Sba had tho honor being with King Edward VII Tvheu On Friday next at 10.30 a.m. a better farming conference is to be held In Lethbridge preliminary to the'starting of the weed special through Southern Alberta. Word to this effect was re- ceived yesterday by President Mar- noch of the Board of from H. A. Craig, deputy minister of agricul- ture, who las-called the conference. While if will not be open to the public generally, farmers, bankers and agricultural experts will be there, and it is hoped to arrive at a few conclu- sions which irlll iJb much to bring about better (arming methods in Sou- thern Alberta in future. Mr. Craig's letter to President Marnoch explains the objects of the conference: "No doubt Mr. Fulrfleld has been discussing with you the matter of a conference which we propose to hol'l before the Interprovincial Weed Train starts its operations in Alberta. From what I can gather in talking with Mr. Fairfield over ihc telephone, you would be in sympalhy with such a con- ference. I am sure you can conlribute good deal towards ils success. We lavo decided to hold it In Lethbridge on Friday, Feb. 18th. commencing at) 110.30 n.iii. propose, lo have vuri- on1; interests represest-il including j several of the prominent ii i the district, the local bank managers some of the loan companies operat ing in the district, together with Mossra Fairfleld, Button. Dean Howes Prof. Cutler and tHe stiff of the Wect Train. Our object Is to get Ihp viewpoint of the people who are connected', with'; these various In- terests and to'cryslalize their- Ideas into a policy which can be adopted by Ihe staff of the train when addressing meetings. "I think you will realise it Is a dlffl- cult matter for a set of men to appear j before the farmers of the south coun- try at tiie present time In a discussion pf their problems and I consider it wise that we should call together such men as I have above indicated to go into this matter carefully so that those who are called upon to do edu- cational work amongst the farmers will feel that they are not'only using their own Judgment in this difficult situation but that they have the judg- ment of many other interested people on which to rely. If you agree with our views, I shall he pleased if you will lend your assistance in helping to make this conference a success." Faithfully yours, X" H. A. CRAIG. Deputy Minister. SIXTEEN PACES NUMBER 53 New Regulations Oil and Gas Leases Oven Out, Ottawa Permits For Four Square Miles, Then Lease for 610 Acres ror the Dallas News. All Ready For Opening of ihe House Monday New Senate Chamber Almost Bill For Senate OTTAWA, Feb. arrangements for tho op-, enlnc of parliament on Monday will be completed by tonight, A large staff i HI8 DREAM CAME TRUE vv vuiuyitiuu -uy lunignt, A large S13K a UL ii of painters and carpenters worked on i dream lam atftht in -wulch he the senate chamber all night and this morning, the new senate chamber, complete as far as it will be this session, was turned over by the contractors to Col. E. J. Chambers, tho gentleman usher of the Black Rod, on behalf of the senate. N. Y., Feb. Milter, a blade- smith, refined to let his tire- ton, 'Johnny, lite out his sled today because' ot 'a his wn lying privy coun- I cil decision of Ihe Deapatie-Tromblay marriage case Irish Rebels fire On Train: KiO One BANTRY, Ireland, Feb. Three hundred armed civilians at- tacked the Orimo-teague police barracks at midnight last night. The garrison offered a fierce re- sistance and with the aid of a re- lief force repulsed the attacking party. One sergeant of the defending forces was wounded. The bar- racks and nearby houses were badly damaged by the firing. DUBLIN, u laborer of Clonskilty, county. Cork was found dead yesterday near his home. A note was pinned to his back- read- ing "Spies and informers beware.'' Train Attacked Catholic churches wil'i great delight that found expression in many con fired on the cars, which thirty soldiers, from both D'Callaghan Is Still in States OF BANK, CARMANGAY (From Our Own Corespondent) reach CHANGE IN MANAGERS But His Plans Disrupted By week. W. S. Middlesboro and J. A. liobb, chief whips ot Hie government and Liberal parlies, were busy arranging seating and rooms for the members this morning. Thompson of Qu- Appelle, the Progressives' whip, was also re-arranging Ihe seating of his ;roup to some exlent. The chief item of conversation among Ihe newly-arrived member.? vas Ihn possibility of an early eloc- .ion Many of the members appeared o think thai an early appeal lo Ihe electors was hardly probable at Ihe' iresent juncture. On the other hand, lowever, there is much conjecture as o Ihe plans of the government when ho session opens, and Ihe leadars of he govcrnmenl party in the house Ind out just what etrenglh they have. MURDERER WILL ESCAPE GALLOWS OTTAWA, Feb. un- officially rumored here last night that HwUr Dumont, a North Bay murderer, who by a series of in-, cidtntt, WM Bank of Commerce hero who has been in Carmangay for about eight months, has just receivral to prepare lo leave for to take over the management ot the bank's branch al thai poinl. Mr. Cochlan had just got to the point where he had become ac- quainted with tlie majority of Ihe people In the locality and now lie 13 culled upon to move on. His dopar- lure is particularly regretted by mem- bers of Ilia curling club, for which Mr. Cochlan has acted as secretary. Before coming here he was with the j bank at ils Stavely branch. j Mr. W. .'ft. Henderson, from tho I Jasper avenue branch of the Bank of Commerce in Kilmonton, will talte over tho management ot the branch of the bank here. TWINS BORN TO TABER COUPLE IN ENGLAND Liability to Yarn Denied attackers contained sides of Ihe track The wounded soldiers were liken lo. Iho Cork military hospital aboard special train. TABER WOMEff WANT COMMUNITY BU1LDINGJ i Our Own Correspondent) sratulations among one'another and these were Intensified when it was found that the judgment had also cov- Js ered the vexed question of "mixed" 16 j marriages in this country, jj-j Biahop Farthing of Jlo'ntroal, cnin- thai the judgment was "most salisfacloiy." He added: "It everything for which have con- o tended for a long time. It jrf in m opinion, one of the most momeiiinu'- decisions we have ever had. Hart it otherwise it would undoubtedly have occasioned prolonged trouble. which would have only served lo ac- centuate the religious differences of this province." L. H. Davidson, chancellor of the Montreal diocese was satisfied when the dispi'icli, that Hie entin: TA.UKH, Feb. Women's' In-' issue of "mixed" marriages was (I stitnte are considering the question of u community iwilding. A resolution favoring n drive for funds for same, u-as passed at tho last meeting'at ihe home of Sirs. Pur-man. be- ing the amount fixed'by the ladios. BUFFALO. N. Y., Feb. O'Caliaghan. lord mayor of Cork, wai: said by friends' to have loft for Xe'.v York at tills morning. His tour lias iK'di temporarily BANK CHANGES ARE MADE AT WARNER (l-'rom Our Own Correspondent! WARXIOll, Fell. Sproule of the local Hank of Commerce staff (inilely settled. Protestaiit clergy can now, he only marry those of differing faiths, but even a couple where both were Catholics. lie em- phasized the point that the privy council judgment confirmed the judg- ment of tho supreme court of "Eminently satisfactory." was tin? comment of the Hev.. Dr. who lias been convenor of the special com- mittee of tho Montreal presbytery, which lias been studying this problem. "Tho judgment preserves the civil status of Protestant ministers, ami the rights of the ho said. States witbdi thn tinu the department of labor. A Fake Yarn LONDON, rub. Kvenin. today printed a dispatch from Cork which said much excitement had' been caused at the Cove. Queens town, by the virilt of a party of troop j HENKY FORD MAY NOW if.j MANUFACTURE MILK (Frofti Our Owii TABER, Fob.' V I I'Vh 1" 1 "-.vyiiraalijjra Ul. JMeilHllrlJ illlU SallNlUl' Asked tor his opinion on Henry Ford's non from Ihose of other beliefs seen UIIIFL, u.v ma u, a e.n. AsKect lor nis opinion on Ileni'v 1'oi'rl's linn to Stains consulat.i. The intenlioii of prodneini; milk air.i i-nill Ml'. Tllll It-Iff h-nl .__it. t tlLS ll 1'atholie in interpreting her law on behalf of her own subjects. If the civil authorities in London have decided differently that is another biu Ilo08 llot (no Jmn "Her 'he church's decision. All tlione expressions of pleasure aifd satisfuu- message said lliat tho military hail carried off some lentlier thn Hoyal Irish chnutablilary barracks sit. We'stview, the contents at the lugs not being known. Inquiry at Quoeiistown, however. voked a denial lllal thorc had be-on invasion of the linked Slates gov- j Dlrlhs have been recently recorded in en the list, at-events amonr them ary 13, will not pay the lot Wrlh of twin boys io Mr and Mrs e_xtreme. i i A. J. JlavmuU in England, more premises A quoted Consul Mitchell ['IK Inero was no foundation for tort Hint crown fon rs timi en-1 his 71th (luy. >uid: "It in ontiroly iiiui milk i; nuiilo it wtl! )x; niiuHt Them arc Coins' to IJP prciiL a in r-licinf.strv witliiu who purer. t row tiarfs. 'AV'u :ire Jiovv nisiuiiij; tiiruiiijli niul it will have Lit I tiit mil know IHMV Inii- ii ill last." .-i.i.l Mr. iind uncalled for when caso in question concerns th.6 ia pretiitiun o{ thR Caihollr niitrriaffe l in I'cgard to t.wo Catholics." ARKANSAS REPEALS ANTI-CIGARETTE LAA LITTIJ-: ItOC'K. Ark.. nytj yesterday al'iorpnon 'ltalfi iiill rciK'iilfns1 auti ;