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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 1921 IWI.Y PAGE F.I.HVtrf PRINCE ARTHUR SECURES BOER LEADER'S SUPPORT New of Union of South HM Al ready Justified Hi- Appointment By Winning Good Will of General Hertzog, Who Him Every CourtMy. 10 Tint miueMl well-informed writer Free State republic at .the early age who the pMtutonym "La Mar- of twenty-eight, ami when Iho Boer guise do on War ot twonty-ont yeari ago broke now Qovernor-Qftneral of South out he one, of iti principal fen- Afrlcs, eiyi: erals In the ticid. Effect of Attitude Now thai he ban taken such a lik- ing for Prince Arthur of. Connaught and fur the comely -princess, who is Duchess of Fife in her own right, and whoso father, the late duke, was per- haps the principal partner and as- sociate of Cecil Rhodes In all the lat- Although Prince Arthur of Con- naught haa .Iwen tat a tew weeks in South Africa, he .slrudy has man- aged to jusllty" hit- appointment as govornor-general of the Union. For In the short of time that he has teen in the country he and the prlqcesH between them have managed to win completely ovar Boer tep's South African entorprlaes, It II leader. General Hertiog, who hereto- difficult to bollov. that he will con- fore has stood lit the head of the so- tlnue hl" manoeuvres for destruction cesslonist party, which demands the the rula whlch the'r represent. The emancipation of th> former -Bber re- very fact that he has shown himself publics from English sovereignty, or !n uubllc wlth th8m' driving them even suwrtlnty.' -As federated states about in nls automobile and acting of the South African Union they en- cicerone and hoit, has ere- joy Mlf-fonnimMit. but until now Profound impression; the more they have not been contented with South Africa the laws of this and have Jnslstsd upon complete hospitality and the tlea formed by leveramse frohi the' British Empire Yet wnen the tinertl (who w.a in New York oirly Tut year on hli way to the Peace Conference in Paris to demand the Independence of the for- mer Boer was brought Into contact the other day with the new governor-general and of Connaufht, he completely won over by them, and on their arrival at Bloemfonteln, on ,Uwlr way to Pre- toria. he wai the lint and foremost to greet them cordially at the rail- road station. In fact, during the three hours of their stay he drove them all around the city In his auto- mobile and entertained 'them at his house, displaying the utmost cordlal- ty, good will and friendly reunk Profound Impression This has created profound Im- pression in Sohth Africa, for General J. B. M. Hertibg Is far and aVay 'the ablest statesman of South Africa, far superior in education and Intellect either to General Smuts, the prime minister of the Union, or his predecessor, he late -Gen. Botha.. In- deed, his heretofore irreconcilable at- titude toward British rule In South Africa his active leadership of the secomioalit party have always led I him to be regardefl In Africa trad in the United Kingdom ai a danger to England's Empire in the southern portion of the dark continent. It. is no secret that lUriog was the real instigator of the- unsuccessful Boer insurrection under old General de Wet In 'the aarlr itages of the great war, .a rebellion which wag cnuihed not without some difficulty, by Gen- erals Botha and Sinuli, Jlertiog is a man, -oi aboat nfty- four, born ar Wellington.- In Col- ony, ot Dutch stock, and was educat- ed and at the, of. Amsterdam, lu Holland, taking- -hli its offer and by Us acceptance held very sacred. RAID ON LIBERTY HALL PREMIER DOESN'T KNOW THE MAN PORT ARTHUR, Jan. his ar- rival at Port Arthur thia morning, en route from Winnipeg to Otta1 Prime Minister Arthur Moighen, was asked concerning a new! dispatch which appeared in the press on Mon- day evening to the effect that he was trying to "frame" George E. Bull, secretary of the civil board of hear- ing. Mr. Bull, according to the di; patch, was suspended last week and addressed an open letter to the prem- ier, in which the above charge was made. "I have not seen the letter and to the best of my knowledge never heard Mn Bull's name said Mr. Melghen. RELATIONS OF BELL CO. AND NORTHERN ELECTRIC OTTAWA, Jan. When tha hearing of the Boll Tele- phone company application for in- creased rates opened before the rail- .way commission- -this morning an hour's argument was staged on the question of whether the Bell company waa showing a proper itatement of its relation) with the Northern Electric company, a subsidiary company, which telephone equip- ment. The board will a formal rul- ing' on this argument later. C. F. general manager of the Bell Telephone company, was called when the hearing of the application resumed, Hon. F, B. Carroll did not take part Use Dominions Photo shows military clearing bridgaa leading to prominent Irish labor leaders were arrested. Liberty Hall, Dublin, during a, raid in which Minister of Labor Denies That C. N. R. Protested Appoint- ment to Board...... OTTAWA, Jan. Absolute denial of a dispatch from Winnipeg to the effect that the man- agement of the Canadian National Railways had expressed dissatisfac- CREMBEAT U.F1 Will Be the Principal Speaker At Big Edmonton Gathering and he a expected to speak on some phase of farmers' movement In rela- tion to public affairs. Politics, inso- far as the taking of some definite po- litical action is concerned, is not to feature the program, however, said Mr. HIgginbotham, the likelihood be- ing there will be quite enough other business to be dealt with. EDMONTON, Jan. conven- tion of the United Farmers of Alberta, which is to open here January IS, win be attended by about 1500 dele- tion with the appointment of F. H. Me- gates, it IB stated by H. Htjrinbctharj, honors. On his return to this morning's hearing, the asaist- telTi he engaged'lh the practice of ant chief commlasloner, S. J, McLean law, was a jidge di the Orange'being chairman. "AFTER EUERY MML" The aum with the (retina Md In the hygienic sealed package. A goody that's good for you. Aids appe- tite and digestion. Keeps teeth clean and breath sweet, A booq to smokers, with its cooling, soothing, affect on mouth and throat. SEAlfp TIGHT- KCPT RIGHT Guigan, on the board of conciliation which will deal with the dispute over Hanna order, was made today by the minister of labor. "The Item is absolutely false from beginning to said Senator Rob- ertson, "and in justice tn Mr. Mc- Guigan it should be denied. I have received no expression of dissatisfac- tion from Mr. Hanua as a result of the appointment of Mr. McGuigan, ind no intimation that the Canadian National management was desirioua of selecting another man. The board of directors of the Candian National is meeting in Toronto to- day and not on' January 20 as stated iu the The minister stated that he was in receipt of a communication from David Campbell, and Mr. McGuigan, representatives of the railway and employees, respectively, and that they had been unable to agree on the choice of a chairman. Accordingly, a selection would be made by the de- partment without delay. i secretary of the organization, who is in Edmonton today to malts arrange- ments for the coming event. T. A. Crerar is to be the chief speak- t the farmers' parliament from STEFAN8SON PLANNING ANOTHER ARCTIfffBTp MCMINNVILLE, Ore.. Jan. Lord Knight, chief of police here, end a former member of the Stefansson Arctic exploring expedition, resigned his office and started today for New York in answer to a summons from Stefanason to join him. Mr. Knight said ho expected to accompany the ex- plorer on a tour through New England after which he would assist him In preparation for his next expedition Into the Arctic, to be undertaken next year. Mr. Knight .will go north with outside the ranks pf U.F.A., itself, the expedition, he said. The Pacific NEW YORK, Jan. Press.) World today publishes a dli- Iiatch front London quoting a cable received from Sydney, N.S.W., by the London Daily Teleffrapn which says "Considerable publicity has IICL-II given here to the announcement that thu Candlau naval snnadron will bo transferred to ths Pacific, whore it will co-operate with the American fleet. the will be mlted at tkt perlat conference." Ottawa Dtnlei It OTTAWA, Jan. is given here to reports that Can- adlan cruiser Aurora, acccmpanM by dcstroyer.i and iiubmarlnei, will IMu the United States and navies off the Pacific coast for mutual protection. The Canadian veaaala an merely visiting Pacific coast the course of a cruise. SASKATCHEWAN CITIES TO VOTE ON WATER PROJECT MOOSE JAAV. Jan. bf the cities of Regina and Moose Jaw find the rural conir.iunity to be served by the Southern Saskatchewan River water project may possibly take place in April of this year and If not June. This was the statement ot Major MacPhcrscn, chairman of (the commission, tliis morning, follow- "Tho whole question of the develop- i in? a meeting of the commission. ment of tho commonwealth's navy educational campaign to acquaint the has bean deferred pending the forth- people of the affected, areas th4 coming imperial conference, but it is' whole details will-he commenced 01 understood that the government once and every effort wiil be ma.le to would welcome a scheme whereby the have the 'public In a position to Australian, Canadian and New Zea-, intelligently, land navies could harmonize In con- junction with tho American fleet for protection of the Paclflc, "The creation of an Imperial Paci- fic fleet, to which the Royal navy and that of the three dominions would contribute, was prominently dlscusudd here immediately before the war and FAR NORTH TRAGEOY PRINCE RUPERT, Jan. Holmes is held at Thurston Queen Charlotte Islands, on a charge, ot killing his partner, whose name has not yet been established. EAT SomMpr Biscuit i.TODAY' .v r 1 af FHE NORTH-WEST BISCUIT IMPERIAL OIL 'PLANE i HOPS OFF AT SASKATOON BAWDEN BROS. Stock-Reducing and Pre-lnventory Sale BAWDEN BROS. SASKATOON, Jan. all- metal monoplane, making the flight from New York to Edmonton, which arrived here yesterday, got away safe- ly thia morning on the last jump at a little before 10 o'clock. Capt. May and Lieut. Dick Myers of Edmonton were alternating at the controls and wpect to arrive In. the northern city In about three hours. It took the aviators over one hour to melt the ice oft the wings of the giant plane and to warm the engine before the start could be made. They were well satisfied wlfh all the ar- rangements for their landing and accommodation while here and thanked Lieut. McClelland, the local bird man for the use of his aerodrome before leaving.' Passes Over Wilkie I SASKATOON, Jan. three minutes past two o'clock this after- noon the monoplane flying from New York to Edmonton was reported to hare passed over Wilkie, 100 miles west of Saskatoon. I Drastic Reductions in Furniture and Housef urnishings This is far and away the most important sal e we have ever held. While we don't claim it will have the effect of breaking the back of the furniture market, we do claim that we are offering Depend- able goods at prices which won't be equalled for a long time to come. Whether you want to furnish the home complete or an odd piece to finish a room, you will find it mado easier for all at this sale. The Special Price Tickets tell the story. P. W. Brown, former principal of North Bay Collegiate Institute, has been appointed district inspector. Prison for Rumely WILTON and AXMINSTER RUGS Patterns and colorings for every room, deep pila surface, with splendid wearing qualities. 9 x 12 AA Sale price 9 x 12 fcCT CA Sale price.............JO v, SUNFAST FRENCH PRINTS Regular (2.60. January np Sale, yard Love'y patterns and colors. DINING-ROOM SUITES Black walnut 9-pIece Pining Suite, In Queen Anne design. Buffet, Round Extension Table, China Cabi- net tint! net of Diners; One of the boat values ever in the West. Regular January Sale ____ SATIN WALNUT SUITE Very attractive Suits of eight pieces, Buffet, Pedes- tal Extension Table, and Set of Diners with genuine leather seats. That sold for January Sale HALF PRICE ALL KLEAR-FLAX RUGS AND A FEW BEDROOM RUGS About 16 and 4 Bed- room Rugs at Half Price. TABLE COVERS Regular (5.25. Good quality, in and greens. January en COUCH COVERS January CO CA At.....................9J.OU ARMURE CLOTH For Portieres and Hangings, double width. January Sale, tl OC yard WINDOW SHADES 36 in. wide, plain green; complete with brackets, etc. January A A Sale CRETONNES 3d in. wide. Regular to J1.90, for......................... 90c VELVET MATS r. 48. January Sale, PA at CHENILLE MATS 27 x 54, raverslble, with very heavr pile. January Sale price ng Usher of tHo Now York Kvcnlng Mail, has hoen gontf-mred to ono ynar in prison on a charge of conspiring to withhold from the government know- ledge of the ownemhin of the paper. TEMPTING VALUES IN DINNER SETS 97-piece Dinner Sets, In neat roue design or hand-painted Nip- pon. January Sale JA A A All Dinner Sots at 20 PER CENT. OFF. WHITE ENAMEL- ED BEDS [tegular January Sale Regular January Sale 20-year Guaranteed SPRING, ill 1 January Sale li COIL ;