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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THK k; DAILY K TH( LCTHIMIOQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED tilt Ltthbrldjt, Alhtrtt PfdftrUtort Publltnert W, A. BUCHANAN tdtnt Dl.-.ctnr JOHN NCI: BultliMul M.uiagpr Is paying iolilius tho blandishments of Ger- iiuuiy muter tiie uvil genius of King Constantino. THo VemiU'loj was aside liko worn-out glovo .to pive 10 the tinsel monarch who iso'iv sits on Iho throne of modern (.in-'ve. In Oning this the nation, in its Choice oi Constantino, parted with tho j birthright ot a new Greece given in of Sevres, so Cams it con- in tho Balkans Ing ot "to hold u candle to tho 3. What. Is iho .illusion In the phrase? 4. What 18 the Devil's Four- 1'iKter? 5. Why was King Arthur's sword called Kxcallbur? .tho TRIAL BY JURY IN ALBERTA. The question brought up in the Su-1 i-onis her f'lture pia preme. Court over an application for a and in ihe Xear Kast. trial liy jury, in the case of a charge lor unlawfully wounding, uu'.de by L-ouL'sel lor tlie defence and refused by the court, -u the fact that in ac- U. What S-eographioal ei- cordance with the Northwest Terri- tories' Act such trial was not permis- sible, raises a very interesting ques- tion as to the right of the individual to a trial by popular verdict as denot- ed by trial by jury. It would appear that from the provisions of the North- west Territories' Act a privilege te denied the people of Alberta, Sas- katchewan, and the territory north of the Province, which to the inhabitants of other parts of the Dominion. In refusing tho application of coun- sel, the presiding judge remarked that It is nut only Greece loses in tho taking of part of the adjoin- ing territory of Thrace given her when the Treaty ot Sevres -was signed. TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Wlmt is the Fabian Socrety? Who was called the Hercules of Music'.' .'i. What is ichor? L Mow did Kansas get its name? V.'hat is ilio House ol Keys? COALDALEHS ii. Why called! is tho Poet Laureate so- It is what she stood to gain, and would 1- probably have gained, had she remain ed in her mental and political attitude as wise Yenizelos had the foresight to ANSWERS, associutlon of Socialists. Cunt From Wyoming F. A, Church and School Meetings (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDALE, Feb. 21. sad acci- dent occurred Sunday morning about 10 o'clock at the farm .of Mr] O. 0. Malkln. Nr. Henry Jcmem who waa in the employ of Mr. Matkln was busy watering the Ho was rtdlnj one ot the horses when it thought ho had an attack of heart failure. He fell from the hone and was found dead with his broken. An In- quest was held by Coroner and the Verdict held death to be LtAOUf. (ICMITANY 18 AMNISTKD IN LONDON BELFAST, Feb. Jl.-Zean MoOnHk, Moratory ot Irish Self-DeUrmraatlon league, wu arrested in Losnlon according to advices received here today. He will he transferred to Ireland for Internment. to the cause mentioned above. Jessem came from Wyoming by 'he ein.indpation of land aud in- dustrial capital from individual and class uwr.orihiy; and the vesting of see would be in her best national in- them in ilic community for the gen- terests. Greece, In her national ambi- i tions, had an eye to gaining the dis- trict of Epirus with an area of 2.000 miles. To this Albania has Mr, year ago last spring with Mr. O. G. Matktn. mother and two In reorganization of society t Wyoming and the funeral arrange- ments are undecided until they are heard from. Mr. and Mrs. Matkln had also claims, and whatever chances Greece had of acquiring this territory can be well regarded as bartered away in the choice made of Constantino. Greece, again, had she stayed on the right path which Venizelos laid 2. Christopher Giuck. 3. The colorless blood of the Greek deities, from which wo get the idea of blue blood. 4. From the Konsos, an Indian tribe of tlu3 locality. 5. The representative House of the Isle of .Man. It is one ot the three estates of the island'. The Crown in council, the Governor and his coun- cil, and the House ot Keys constitute should ho have acquiesced in the her, might in the future have be- quest it would be expecting him to upset the territorial la-w on his own responsibility and right off the bat. This he was not prepared to assume, though he favored the jury trial. It appears that the Northwest Territor- ies' Act lays down certain instances In which a jury may be employed and certain occasions in which it may not. A3 his Lordship pertinently remarked in reference to these, there could not be according to this Act a trial for jury if a man slashed you in the face but ihere could be one if a man stuck 9 fork into a pig. The question of juries, us denoted In the Northwest Territories' Act, raises the principle of jury-trials, in what is laid down in It, that an indi- vidual has the right as a charter-of hii liberties to demand a trial by his own peera. The value of the jury In past history1 as a bulwark against aggression by the Crown .or Executive cannot be over-rated, but the working of the institution has not escaped criticism. In civil actions it is urged that Its use protracts trials. Counsel as a rule are tempted to enlarge both In their examinations and in their addresses to the jury as distinguished frem pro- cedure before a trial judge. The jur- ors are usually unwilling aud insuffi- ciently remunerated, and with these features jury trial in civil cases, often drag out much longer and at greater expense than trial by a judge alone, The proceedings again are occasion- ally rendered ineffective by the fail- ure of the jurors to agree. In respect to jury trials there is much force in the argument against what the need of unanimity leads to; there is the application of pressure1 which it may lead to force conviction on the minds of jurors to arrive aj a unanimous decision. There is again to be considered the indifference to ver- acity, which the arguers for majority come possessed of the island of Cyprus. Out of the Treaty of Sevres Greece became the possessor of the known as the Sporades, twelve which Italy occupied during the Turco-Halian war of 1912. Racially and by historic tradition the Inhabitants- of these islands are pre- ponderantly Greek. However, owing to the earlier conflict over their pos- session, it was arranged that Turkey should cede them to Italy, who in turn, on the same day and at the same place, coded all of them, with the exception of the island of Rhodes, to Greece, Rhodes, according to separ- ate agreement between Greece and Italy will be administered by Italy for fifteen years, when a plebiscite will be helil for determining to whom it shall belong. But there is this pro- viso, that, if in the meantime Great Britain should relinquish Cyprus in favor of Greece, .Rhodes will be sur- rendered by Italy. Not only in Europe but In Asia Greece loses out In the revision of the Treaty of Sevres. By the-treaty she was given the administration of a large area surrounding the important seaport of Smyrna, thus obtaining for her a prestige, in Asia Minor. In the new decision to give Smyrna a semi- autonomous gove: procedure whic] ;ment there is a 1 meet more favor with Turkey, the ancient enemy of Greece, than ,wi.th Greece. t SELF-DETERMINATION 'FOR IRELAND LEAGUE. Pursuing a mirage so far as the big majority oi the people of Canada view it, the sympathizers with the Sinn Fein and the "Irish under the grandiloquent title oE "Self-Deter- mination for Ireland League of Can- ada and are pushing their propaganda by moans ot the dis- tribution of pamphlets. These pamph- lets are of the usual colored variety, with the stretching of arguments to jury decisions as against unanimous I prove their own propaganda in the what is wald." called "the court of Tyne- (i. From the ancient custom with English universities of presenting a laurel wreath to graduates in rhetoric and poetry. Canadian Fanners Received 25 Cents Bus Jore Than U.S. That is Feature of Wheat Board Made Some Profit Too OTTAWA, Feb. per cent, of ths exportable surplus of the Can- adian wheat crop fore December 31, was exported be- 1919, the year ones point to, which the concurrence of unconvinced minds must produce in attempt to show that the League is in no way disloyal or seditious. We shall the public mind; the probability that I leave the protagonists of the move- jurors will disagree and trials be j ment to administer whatever patent rendered abortive; and the absence of reasonable security in the unani- moua verdict that would not exist in the word of a majority. AH these anay be said to be undeniably true, but dis- agreements are not frequent, and whatever may happen in the jury salve they may devise to smooth their own consciences. It Is easy to believe what you wish to believe. The particular point which the pamphlet propaganda seeks to prove is that the League does not support the Sinni Fein demand for a republic. room no compunction is now used by It demands simply, it urges, that in the court to induce agreement. B.ut apart from any incidental de- fects it can be well advanced that In criminal cases trial by jury is per- haps the best tribunal that- could he devised, provided care is taken in id the majority shall rule. But I 11 UCJi with the forcing of this view it vainly disguises the real object of the pro- paganda, when, -with a candour .that which the marketing of all Canadian wheat was placed in the hands of the Canadian Wheat Board, according to the report ot the chairman of that board, James Stewart, tabled in the house by Right Hon. Sir George Fos- ter, minister of trade and commerce. In his report, Mr. Stewart states the average price realized by farmers at the shipping point in Canada waa 12.50 per bushel as against 25 cents per bushel less received by fanners in the United States, according' to the figures of the United SUtes bureau of statistics. The price of bread in Canada, during the period when flour prices were also control. led by the wheat hoard, was 1 1-2 cents per pound leas than the aver- age price paid by the consumers in the United States. Mr. Stewart deals fully In his report with the works of the board, which waa created by order-in-councll on July 31, 1919, from its inception un- til the close of its work. The balance sheet, from inception to December showed total deposit In banks and elsewhere of approximately against which there was outstanding in participa- tion certificates. There had been paid to date and crlalms were filed with the board for between and J600.000 covering lost, stolen and destroyed certificates, only just returned from the States about a day. Mr. Jessern had charge of their farm during their absence. The deceased was very well liked and much regret Is felt locally at his un- timely end. Mr! B. Walsh Tlslled Mr. and F. McCoy of the Ready-Made' school over the week-end. We have such a delightful telephone system. The only safe way ,to pro- ceed ia. if you want a certain party, don't call the number in the book. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mills leave today for Olds, where Mr. Mills is to start a yard for the Community Lumber Co. The best wishes of the community with them. Mr. Wyatt visited at the Teacheran over the week-end. The quarterly board of the church met last Friday evening. Like all other Institutions the church Is af- fected by the unusual financial condit- ions and is finding difficulties in finan- cing. A resolution of appreciation ot the services of Mr. J. H. Mills as treasurer was passed. Mr. Oalbraith was ap- pointed la his place. Another resolution expressed grati- tude for the helpful meetings conduct- ed by Mr. Wbltealde and Mr. Gled- hill, and commended these men to any church considering the .advisabil- ity of making use of an evangelist. It was reported by the treasurer that ths total amount received by Messrs. Whiteslde and Oledhlll for their ser- at Coaldale was 1153.00. The question of a pastor for the next church year was brought up In due course and Rev. II. Bosomworth was unanimously wanted to stay for a fourth year. School Debate A Interesting debate was held at the school Literary Society on Fri- day last. The subject was "Resolved that reading is more profitable to the individual than travel." The affirma- tive was upheld by. Arch. Mitchell, Lillian Blnly and Bd. Pederson, the negative by Don Baldwin, Thelma The good, and the judges decided In favor of the negative. U. F. A. Meeting The TJ. F. A. held its regular meet- Ing on Thursday last, but was disap- pointed in the expected speaker. A very profitable time was spent' prin- cipally in discussing the development of dairying. Steps are being taken to take a dairy cow census of the dis- trict as a basis for further action In the matter. Considerable discussion arose about the price and service of the Lethbridge Herald versus the Calgary Albertan. and the Coaldale Times. farmers are not satisfied at getting the news a day late but demand the very latest available. leaving participation certificates ag- gregating over unaccounted. Including the disbursing of itterim and final payments, which by them selves, of ad. TABBR MEN POINT OUT LOSSES BY WEEDS (From Our Own Correspondent) TABKFl. Feb. la claimed by local U.f'.A. men that a total ot carloads of weed seeds were from Wntern Canada to the this season, In the cars ot grain tram the wheat which, It ship- ped from this point, would mean a from of over and thouch we are In the far west, this freight lens, paid freight on the weed greatly less Lockwood and Grace Mitchell, points brought out were very Next meeting Is March 3rd. timi S p.m. Instead of 3 p.m. The The poultry expert from the Experimental farm will speak on poultry ahd be eluding general expenses, auditing, registering certificates, etc., and less than half cent per bushel on the volume of grain handled. The chair- man points ont that of seven million bags of flour handled, not a single bag was lost through deterioration or not being accounted for. glad to answer questions and give la- formation. On Saturday night a meeting of the tinging talent of the community was i held at the Teacherage with a vie1 I forming a church choir. The re- sponse was very good and organira- Manitoba in Fine Financial Position the- selection of the material. There the element of moral doubt enters largely into the consideration of the j case, and that can best be measured, j League. as it has been well put, by popular tribunal. When it comes to a (rial by jury, or trial by a judge sitting without a Jury In criminal prosecutions, going by the expression of opinion by' Mr. Justice in tho local Supreme Court, it could be truly said that. the judges themselves would be the first to deprecate so great a re- sponsibility as the laying of tho onus of decision on themselves. It undoubt- edly seems, on broad lines, apart fro WINNIPEO. Feb. the leglsla- is biand in its simplicity It says, "The ture this afternoon. Hon. Edward Sinn Fein, representing more than 87! Brown, provincial treasurer, Informed the particular case, that tho North- west Territories' Act noedg to como under revision, if for nothing to five the people in those parts of tho Dominion where it applies tho same privileges aa the rest of Canala. going into "illustrious "the" province or city ot Can- names given as sympathizers of the can Pro.duce a raore creditable statement of its finances than Mani- r P-II.IIO it i, saemen o s nances tan Mani- League, it is enough to mention that minister Elated. "The net the name of LlnOsay tion was effected with the following officials. Leader, Mr. A. Mitchell; Associate Leader. Mrs. Ramsey; Sec.- Treas., Miss Ltmpert; pianist for morning. Mrs. Myers; pianist for night. Mrs. Greer. The choir will be glad to add new members when ap- proved by the above executive. There is much good musical talent In the community and it is hoped that the choir will prove the best way to de- velop It. Practices will be held weekly on Friday evening at the Teacherage. Mrs. Anderson from Calgary has taken the position In the bank made Miss Dor- sick list for ay or two, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Livingstone have been Indisposed for a time. The La Premiere Tuiis Square play- ed their second game In the Tuxls Basketball League last Friday even- .y Crawford is men-! debt of Manitoba is Of I ing in the Y. M. C. A. gym. The re- tioned as its President in amount bonds and cash can .be with the commendation that he !s Belfast Protestant and a produced before the house totalling The gross debt of the province now Orangeman. Without traversing the: stand's at various arguments propounded by the League to justify its existence ami its real and honest sympathy for Ire- aspirations, it ia enough to quote one i land, in giving that country what is to show bow ridiculous the whole best for it as it appllss to the major- TREATY OF SEVRES ANO GREECE, Greece, in her love for Constantino and for her inconstancy to thins is. H is stated that .__, ....._ tittle of proof exists as to that allied i ivould noiiCMt 'w "Irish-German plot." This was a polit- ical conspiracy organized by Lloyd George for the double purpose of in- ducillg the United states tu enter the "not one ity there. To imagine that Mr. George i said he did, and for the purposes he did, is so pre- posterous that it cannot but make the arguments of the League a laughing- stock. The Leagtio must' rely on bet- should imagine to conclusively tnr argument, and loss. It has further war and to the Sinu Fein party." Lloyd George may have own way of settling the Irish trouble, j prove that the Sinn Fein majority In in what appears to his is S7 pnr adnrars, but ons om> ,-an deny that latioii. It may lie that It includes the tlieiio means are not actuated suit was a clear win for Coaldale. Al- though the Noblisse Oblige Square put up a good clear, flrht. Archie Mitchell stayed over night In Letn- bridge and attended the Ttuls Council on Saturday afternoon in Lethhridge. The Trail Hangers are to meet on Friday next at the school and then adjourn at 9 p.m. for a social hour as the guests at the home of Mlaa Tbnra Johnson. The next moving picture ahow Is ex- pected next Wednesday, March 3nd. The supplementary programme prtivlded by the "Live Wires" a. club of young folks in Mr. Walsh's room. The proceeds of the picture show will go toward providing pictures, etc., for their room. Since good light Is essen- tial tT> a good picture show, we look to the "Live Wires" to provide It. Bruce Luno, 12 years old, 'was moat instantly killed by a motor ear ercentage, would not be In reaPfact, there are sections where the haul Is much great- er, aa there are, at a less distance. Besides this are the many fields of low.yield not cut, the loss on weeds would probably pax for the construc- tion cost of enough canals to irrigate the sooth. A repair pit has been excavated In the floor ol the Arehall for conven lence In repairing the fire truck when needed. Piste In your hat the date of the Tiber fair, which now changed to July 25th to 27th. LOOK IflCIMI SAYSO.C.SCOn i Race It Not Goinf Backward Now PICKED VP IN PASSING POX T H 0 MAN OTTAWA. Feb. Indian has Justified trust that the earlier missionaries placed In him. Hla mentality and temperament and constitution fitted him for and he gallant- borne ot the ordeal contact without boasted civilisation. Although he has been wasted In the struggle, he has not been wonted and the vestiges of tbe that remain are of stronger stock as the years go by. Although there are reactionary among the best educated tribes and stubborn paganism In the progressive reaerves Eggs further to- 10 centa a daun at Moatml. The Ontario and Supply Association protests strongly against the eight-hour day. Price In almott all lines ware noted In January, 1m- porur.1 In grain and textiles. Mrs, J. Glngrai of Montreal claims from Dr. 1. O. Du- pout, alleging ihe la crippled for as a result of a negligence. Mora than 400 permit! have been issued to Kitchener residents to keep firearms at their residences ud plac- es of business. Senate and house conferences In Washington have agned on the aen- ate bill limiting admission ot aliens during the 15 months beginning April the irresistible movement Is toward 1 next to three per cent, of the num.- the goal of complete cltlienshlp." I ber In the United States at the time Thus D. C. Scott, deputy tendent-general of Indian mperln- affairs. sums iip the progress ot the Indiana CANADA WILL BE AT INTERNATIONAL POULTRY CONFERENCE LONDON, Feb. It to i represented at (he first "world poultry conference" which Is to be Held at The Hague from September 6 to 13 neit. The congress will be an uiembly or delegates from govern- ments, teaching and experimental in- stitutions, poultry and other societies and persons interested in the future dvelopment In poultry husbandry. In addition to studying poultry matters renerelly, tbe congress will also serve to promote International acquaintance and good fellowship among poultry keepers throughout the world. The announcement states that a nat- ooal committee has been appointed for Canada. Among other countries rhlch are to be represented are Bel- glum, Denmark, France, Great Britain, and Ireland, Norway, Switzerland and the United States. NEW SWEDISH CABINET STOCKHOLM, Feb. Ton Sydow of Gothenburg, has agreed to undertake, the formation 02 a new Swedish cabinet, it was learned here yesterday. There have been a number ot attempts to form a cabinet since the resignation of February 14 of that headed by Baron De Geer. In Canada in his annual report for the year ended March 31, 1920. Dealing with the Indian population Mr. Scott states that U ia fairly stable at about The Indians are becoming better agriculturalists, Mr. Scott reports. Land under crop in 1920 totalled 024 acres, an increase of acrea over 1919; grain produced in 1910, By the judgment of Mr. Justice bushels against the i Murphy, In Vancouver, a clause in the the 1910 census waa taken. Chief of Police Sturges, ot Anchor- age, Alaska, wu Sunday found fatal- ly iwounded baek of the drug store, and died two hours later. Me uttd been slugged and than shot with hii own revolver, it Is believed. His death, it Is stated, Is an aftermath of the seiz- ure ot 12 illicit liquor stills by the chief. previous year, a decrease ot bushels; roots, 1320, bushels against the previous year; hay, 1920, tons, again at tons the previous year. The total value of farm products in 1920 waa as against the previous yeai. The of the three western provinces broke acrea ot land and summerfallowed acrei. Up to December 31, 1920, the Ind- ians, Mr. Scott reports, had sold original contract between the depart- ment of marine and the Prince Rupert Drydock Company, Limited, haa been interpreted as a Hen embracing not only the two vessels now in process of construction, but also the shipyards plant and equipment. With the near approach In the B. C. legislature, ot bill providing for government control and sale in sealed packages of liquor, it is expected the measure will be talked on Thursday worth of cattle and It waa ex- or Friday. It Is becoming more appar- pected would have a few thous and dollars worth more to The Indians of the three own head of cattle and every effort la being made to substantially In- crease these herds. In addition to cattle, they have head of horaes. The amount expended on Indian soldier settlement was and Mr. Scott estimates that all loans to Indians in Canada will not exceed A substantial increase In the value of real and personal property of Ind- ians Is shown. Tbe total value in mo was an Increase ot over 1919. The per capita value ot real and personal property in 1920 waa an Increase of 116.43. The 1920 average per capita income was J107.13. ent that the keenest sort of a fight over the contentious point ot sale ot beer in hotels and restaurant dining rooms and In bars and clubs will be waged. A unique operation waa performed in Victoria hospital, London, Ont., when Dr. A. Grant, a local surgeon, removed the appendix of Lome O. Carsill, ot Carglll, Ont., a third year medical student at Western Univers- ity, using B. local anaesthetic. Carglll conversed with the attendants and classmates throughout the operation, and when asked to infqrm them when the surgeon's scapel cut into his abdo- men stated that he telt nothing. Novo- kalne, a modern local anaesthetic was Injected Into the flesh before the oper- ation, and the shock of a general an- aesthetic waa eliminated. Real Satisfaction! PLAYER'S NAVY CUT CIGARETTES ;