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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEfTHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. FEBRUARY 28, IMt THt LSTHBHIQQE HERALD PRINT INQ COMPANY. LIMITED i South, and Pimiiyneri W. A. HUCHANAN and plnctvr JOHN TOHHAN'CE .M Audit Bureau of Ciroul-tloni Subicrlollon Dmllr. nnUy. by mall, pur by malj !ur I tho appreciation ot Kmplre rei.itlon- Nhlp which tho South African clue- lions have to emphasize. At tlio recent com'ertmco of League of Nations held In Geneva, tho relationship iu which Canada stands to Great Kritain, us elaborated and enunciated by the representative Canadian statesmen present there, came as a surprise and us an "eye- opener" to statesmen ot K'urope. It brought homo to those statesmen, in a measure- they had failed to stand, the democratic institutions oo I which the ICmuinj stands, and which Knit several portions m a iv nut a uer ycur to U.S... 2. oc solidarity which no other system can offoct. Whatever tho future aspirations of At'rk-a may be we are not con- WESTERN GRAIN TRADE SITUATION It is announced that there is cvi deuce of strops predaui'e 10 come from the western supporters of the Government to investigate thy whoit western grain situation. It was thrown out by Colonel Norman (Hum bold U that the cerned with. It is enough for the present, that tho principle of British connexion 1ms been endorsed. The result gains in value- in the tout that tho protagonist of the movement, to Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is tho origin of Is the storjr ol Kidf Cc- phetiui? o. What is "Cordelia's 4. Who were "Johu Duo and Aich- ard 6. Whut I: a "Cordon u. Wluit essays were the first in English to bear the name? SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS Wiiai is alectromaucy? Why is erysipelas called St. Anthony's l-'ire? is an automaton? 4. was the most famous of or automata? fi. V.'hat is a cockney? 0. "What is to ANSWERS 1. Divination by a cock. A circle is preserve Africa as an integral! drawn. :uui in succession round it the part of the Kmpire is a man who at letters tho alphabet are placed, on each ui which is laid a grain of wheat. i., i i The cock is placed in the centre, and pool -audio mirket-l rears ago. was us strong an opponent i (li., grains picks at ara watchcd. should organize, an "improved wheat'the time of the Boer war, twenty: of all grujn on basis and have the backing or CoTf.rnaitnt and the hanks. With die experience of tho Wheat Eoard, and with what hits transpired co-operative j that Empire as ho is a'staunch be-1 Tho letters prognosticate the answer j the Hover in it today. The viewpoint of j to the question asked. 1. From the tradition that those who sought thy intercession of St.; results of the South African tions, as expressed by tho .press ot Aiuhonv "recovered from the disease. the United States, is not only inter-1 in the grain market, afier the, decon- j eating but, with the views we hare trol of wheat prices, in regard' to the I seen put forward by certain in the! price wheat, it is not surprising to hear that action vt the kind mention- ed is asked for. indirectly it serves us a tribute to the Wheat Board, al- though it met with some- criticism at the time it was instituted and was carrying oil its functions. There Mates, bus served to give the people A machine which imitates the actions of living creatures. 4. Tho chess-player of Wolfgang, baron of Kempelen, in 17S4, created Paris. Napoleon oa evidently the belief that the abolition j The Los Angeles Times points out there an orientation in respect to re-j Or.o occasion played chess with this lationahin of tho component parts of automaton. the British Empire which has not heen sensed in the measure it now is, with the result of the South African elections as a j of the Wheat Board has luid i that influences hostile to the British 5, A true cockney, and to whom the term properly applies, is one who was born in London, Enjf., within, sound of Bow Bells, that is the bells of St. Mary-le-Bow, a church nearly in the centre of the square mile known aa tho City of London. i I-. To expurgate- u book in editing lluenco on the price o; wheat, and the Empire have heen. trying to spread It. Thomas Bowdler, in ISIS, gave to appointing of such a commission as is asked lor should, at any rate, tho effect .of clearing the air. So far as the farmers generally were concerned, the now defunct Wheat Board, is claimed to have ful- 1 dissension throughout the South At rican Union, and in their defeat" a greater victory is .won "than in ai! the battles of .the Boer war." The election results, says the Kan- sas City Star, "furnishes'! sharn ana- the world, an aipurgsted edition of Shakespeare's works. filled its purpose, and it mar be sain j wer to those, who liave heen loud in f to have gone out in a blaze of glory, j proclaiming that King George's col-j compared with, the price of j cmies aro a string of trading posts wheat that has since.prevailed, in the: held in umvillTug bondage by "Lorn- j FORTY KILLED (Cuiitmued From Front Page.) and of the iig; almost as soon as the collision had subsided ami announcement of the chairman. Mr. hard Street and that a free expression; truhlmen rall ahout wavlng tneir ,an. Stewart, o! a final dividend of IS cents on wheat participation certifi- cates. Tbe interim dividend was oO cants, making a total of 48 cents on the value of the participation certifi- cates. Thft initial price advanced by the Board was 52.15, and the total price received by the farmers for Xo. 1 Northern in store at Fort William was thus J2.63. It waa recorded at the time that this so far exceeded ex- of the will of fhe people would dis- solve the whole system." The Cincinnati Enquirer' believes terns as the wreckage caught fire a few minutes iater. "The work of rescue began quickly v but was greatlv hindered by the that Africa s loyalty to the Empire ness. spread along the is a striking endorsement of the re- right of way as rapidly as they were markame character of British imperi- i pulled from tfye wreckage. New Tork ant' Boiton to Chicago, ploughed Iti through Michigan Central train No. 20, Chicago to troll and Toronto, drinallehlng a wood- en day coach and killing or Injuring pnctlcally every person In it The scene of the wreck la a lonely junction point bordering on santf dunei, and about 50 miles from Chi- cago. U was two hours bufore arrival of the first relief train and only the efforts of volunteer fire fight- prevented many of the Injured from being burned to death. The tower man of the Michigan Cen- tral was arrested Immediately after wreck, officials saying they believ- ed he had left a switch closed, caus- ing the derailment of the eastbound train. All of the Tictims, so far as known, except the two members of the New York Central train crew were occup- ants of the wooden day coach and were mostly residents of Illinois and Michigan points. Among those listed as killed was Peter Cain, Regina, Sask. C. P. R. Equipment TORONTO, Feb. train which is known to local railway officials and travelling public as the "Chicago-Toronto-ilontreal was duft to arrive in Toronto at to- morrow morning, leaving again for Montreal at 8.S3. She IE a through train direct from Chicago to Montreal and with the exception of a change of engines after a switch is made at the Michigan Central tracks at Detroit, the rolling stock of the Canadian Pacific Is used complete without change over the entire route in both directions. MOVI AGAINST DIVORCE COURTS FOR ONTARIO OTTAWA, Fob. Utter was tixUy In the Roman Catholic churches of thii dloceae from Arch bishop Oauthler, aikm( the electors in the different to sign peti- to be itibmltted to the houses of parliament protesting the pro- poied legislation to Introduce rtlvorco courts into Ontario. "Experience the letter stated, "that tilt) establishment of divorce courts Brent- lly Increases the number or divorces. 'In order to counteract this movement and to oppose this fearful wave of divorce applications through which we are it Is advisable to peti- tion parliament." The petition also aslts that an act be passed abolishing divorces. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THI BUSY MAN alism" which "guarantee! to South Africa the freedom enjoyed by Canada and Australia." Ai the Providence Journal interprets the results of the j elections, it was just such "free ex- pectations as to constitute a remark, pressions which, however, resulted in able testimony to the able manner in the Empire instead of i ''We could dimly make out the ont- I line of tlie wrecked trains. Passyu- j of the New York Central began the work of rescue while the train crews went to summon aid from Gary and Chesterton. which the Wheat Board had the duties with which it was en- trusted. It was pointed out. at time whan the work of the Wheat Board was reviewed after its demise, that there were peculiar market conditions which facilitated the carrying out by the Board of what was regarded to be an eiperlment. But no matter how the Board In Itself was vtewed, it was admitted .that its success was due to the very careful management by those at its head. Where the Board came in for special commendation, and where its work was very favorably regarded amongst those who benefit- ted by it, was the shrewdness which distinguished the management in placing -wheat on the market at times and in such quantities as io secure the best price possible on the whole quantity sold. The price by these means was on the average 30 cents above the average received by the farmer in the United States. It has been freely acknow- ledged that the price so obtained was ty superior marketing. With the demonstration of the Talue of marketing methods by the Wheat Board, and'with the later ex- dissolving.it." The Adrian No Doctors at First "There were no doctors available until the second relief train 'arrived (Mich.) i two hours later and the uninjured reu- of moral force, sentiment, and tual satisfaction." In the views expressed, as mu- j postoftice was played ,on the fire which was soon extinguished. A tele- seen' phone operator notified nearby resi- by others, the relationship which binds the Empire together gains in the perspective, and they should serve to lay "home-made ghosts which coaches of both trains were threatened by whom some are haunted. The Leader of the Opposition in the Edmonton Legislature is well named Ewing, in that his leadership is ac- knowledged only by a wing of the Party. tween the United States and Japan No Japs Job we should imagine. The Soviet forces and the Georgi- _____ in the price of wheat, the ans are bavins a set-to over the poa- present call for Bomo mnthod in the session of the Tiflis arsenal, and, narkoting of wheat is only the. na-j with all the bloodshed that is being tnral sequence. It. is not to be ex- 1 occasioned, it is BO little tiff between pooled that there is an intimation the two parties. that the price of wheat should be fi.v hot tie sensing that co-operation Germany is the smallest taxed 1s nacessary as between farmers, the! country per capita in the world at the Government and tho banks, so that; present time, and it refuses to add to the tales to pay the indemnity im- posed by the Allies. The Teuton has not yet heen cured of bis gall. the farmer will be in a position to oh- Uin the best market for his wfceat. In tho importance of the agri- eultninl industry to the whole of Can- ada, and in what wheat prices' mean, It cannot but be sensed that, the pro- per return to the farmer, in the value OL his product, Is one of national in. teresl The plan proposed should prove to .be of general utility. LESSON OF SOUTH AFRICA IN THE UNITED STATES The elections which have takp.n "Every Minister of the Ontario says Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, "has had his arms in the treasury up In Um olbows, but if there is anyone who has exceeded tho rest it is tha Minister Highways." A clear ease ot hlchway robbery, ac- cording to Mr. Ferguson. piaco-in b'outh Africa, and which have IIO.-H! The "little powder to shiny resulted in the Union of South Africa is said to cost the collectiv noso.s of feminity in ih.> expressing its faith In the Hritish con-j round sum of a yn1r' lie-Ion and ir. ti.c principles of lint-1 tin? assidiiily in whjcll women' ish government, as they apply in in thn ili-les but Oirauonwealth of the llritixh nations embodied in Uio Hritish Empire, have pear I their beneficial lessons in educating! iron 4he nations outsido the Kmpiro as to what this comiexiuu and how these principles estimaieii. n Woden a rebuff to thoso ivlio in ilic BUtes Canada, in J. Collins and wife, London, On- tario. Carl Dnland, Elkhart, Ind. W. Engler, Detroit. C. Johnson, engineer nf the New York Central train, Hlkliart, Ind. I'etnr Cain. Kngina. Sask. U W. Keeler. .Michigan City. Mrs. Barney Kramer. Michigan City. A. M.itthsw, Musco.Ia, Wis. Mrs. Frederick Schwicr and three year old son. Michigan City. Mrs. Fi. See, Michigan City. Five Children Orphans I.OXIKIX, Ont., Feb. Lon- don chilflrf! orphans as a result of the tragic dimtli of Mr. and Mrs. Porii-.f. Inil lar-t iilcht. Mr. Cnllrns, lie j wlni v. ,IH employee of the C. P. R. In I wan returning with his wife from a weeks' visit with frieniis in the j western states. The children, who nmking preparations to greet practice, it vc-r the niuilvrn iLclinii-! parents on (heir arrival m shine, the tip thil mornlns. is tl.n only forbidden I I The First Story 'OUTKH. Ind., iii-i-i'ims an- known lo hrj dead cny limn injured as tho rc- t.lii. ivr.M'li or two papsr.ngnr iti-.-ilHii h-rn nl oVIm-k tonight. I .'-v- Voi-k '.--..-I', (j-ain No. WILL DEFEAT COMMUNISTS LONDON. Feb. opening of the Italian labor congress at Leghorn, Saturday, was accompanied by dis- order, according to a Leghorn dis- patch to the Central News. Tho de- feat of the Communist element, how- ever, is a foregone conclusion, the dispatch asserts. Several scuffles occurred, says the dispatch. In one of which a deputy was chfted to the street asd injured. JAP8 TO QUIT SIBERIA TOKYO, Feb. forces will evacuate, Siberia in March, says the Kohumin Shiinbtin. Confirmation of this report is not aa available in official quarters. J. J. Morrison lays Farmers' platform is all-emhraclnt. Strictly freth retailed In Till- eonburg at 'J9 ctots a dozen. Removal ot anew In New York left by the recent atorm coit 000. Robert Root, O. T. R. section man at Palmeriton, was instantly killed between two cars in the yard there. Count Bernstorff, former German ambassador to tli.e U. S., has been el- ected a member of the Reichstag from Capt. James Brock, V. C., aged 36 years, oue of the "Six Hundred" who toc.k part In the charge of the Light Brigade, was burioti in Oakland, Md. Use of the civic lungmotor brought life in twelve minutes to a babo born in Kitchener without signs of life after half an hour's unavailing effort by artificial respiration. A hockey itick was the means of saving the life of the 12-year-old son of Frank Anglln, a leading lumber merchant of Kingston. The boy was skating on the harbor, and broke I throng! had bwn out a day or to Hi pot hit nick acroia left and remained afloat until Bull Sullivan and Rev. Syl- veiter Nlcholaon ordained prleati last Sunday at Bt. Pater's Ca- thedral, London, Ont. corontr'i Jury found Perry McDermolt, hardware merchant of Rocky Mountain Home, had died sud- denly of heart failure following ex- cessive drinking. Anna Catharine Rodtin, aged 60" years, of 2" Inverness street, died at Stratford. She was born iu Hamilton, hut when was three years old family came-to Stratford. Noah Prltchard, an ei-Aldennan of. tho city of Chatham, and for yearn in charge of the foundry department of the local International Harvester- works, passed away in St. Joseph's Hospital. At the annual meeting of the Do- minion Power and Transmission Co. Col. J. K. Moodle, the president, stat- ed that the fares of the Hamilton Street Railway would have to be in- creased if the public was to have ac- commodation. Christopher H. Irwin, customs ex- aminer at Woodstock, died following a lengthy illnen. He was born In Mon- treal 67 years ago. He has bam in the Customs service at Woodstock for :he past 26 years, and previous to [hat was engaged in the undertaking business In Shelburne. Telegram views the victory of emergency aid to the first in- j al Smuts "as a striking proof of the j eli f ,1. j genuineness of self-government; injongine obscured the scene and made! British Dominions and the slight au- the work of the passengers who hur-i thority that England exercises to 'ne rescue of the injured them" showing that "the bond that I Soon tongues of flame began; I to lick over the wreckage. Water from holds the Emp.re together is made hose obtainea from 8 crossroadi' in the relief] work. Within a short time lights in the up- j both from an emergency j connection and any semblance of panic among the uninjured was soon j allayed, while the unhurt administered i to those hurt from their seats. A Pathetic Incident A pathetic incident of the wreck was revealed in the death of Engineer i Alex. of the Michigan Cen-' I tral, whose mangled body waa taken; ,_____ I from the wreckage. He was travelling i on a pass and was to have been retir-: It is understood that Sir Auckland! ed on a pension today after fifty years i Geddes is asked to attempt the of service at the throttle, during i of mediator in the controversy ne nar! escaped even a scratch' i the finger or a disabling burn. j i Railroad had no definite: the island of Yap. No Japaneasy I estimate early today of the total in- jured. The Identified Dead Of the 25 bodies at the Chester- ton morgue the following have been Identified: Gordon Campbell, Revelstoke, D. C. Mrs. Emma Bevier, Augusta, Mich. T. .1. Campbell, 18 years old, address unknown. Pearl Cavanaugh, 8 years old Michigan ttt.': The charm of Chiclets lies in their crisp, white candy-coating, so charged with flavor. find that Chiclets refresh you, ease the tension on tired nerves, aid digestion, help the teeth. But after all you'll buy them for that wonderful original candy-coating. And you'll enjoy them all the more because you can have your choice of three world- famous old-time Tutti-Frutti, a favorite for two generations. superfine Peppermint, tingling with fresh- ness and zip. a new Spearmint, developed by us, and finer dian Spear- mint ever has been. Sold everywhere, ten Chiclets for 5c., in the famous Chiclet cardboard packet. Adams product, particularly prepared hickts The Original Candy-Coated Gum ;