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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAUE FOUK THE OAtl.V THE LKTHBRIDGE HERAUO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED I 6th Street South. Letf-brldge, W. A. miOilANAN president nntl Director JOHN Member Audit riurenu of Oirualo.Mons Subicrlotlon Rates: Dfthy, delivered, prr week..........? Dally, by mail, [tcr ytnr............ S.i'1 Dally, by 6 months........ -i-i Dally by mall. 3 months........... S'1 Weekly, by mall, per y ur.......... Weekly, per yeiir to U.3... il.Oi --THE LIQUOR QUESTION That in spite of prohibitHi laws the liquor question is agitatjng the mlr of the public of tho Province there can be no dmibt, in the spectacle we scon of the visit of two deputa- tions to the capital to interview the Government in respect to the Liquor Act; Tho one represented what is known as the Moderation League of Alberta, and the other those who may ba termed the strict prohibitionists. The delegation representing the "bone dry" element in the Province followed the deputation of the Mod- eration League, and the views express liis ovn This y.'cnilil me.in therti would bo no resumption of hnihlini; tor of routing and j Uut housey, flats, anil tcno-j nieiits would hu suarcer .than ever. Finally ttu> law .-.voiiKl have to be re- pralod ut tho request of tenants in order that the population might housed. It to bo admitted that what if wanted ut tho present timo is not loss building hut more build ing, if rents aro to ;Tet down to auywhero normal. DoY TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who was the only President of Uu- I'nUt'd States who was a badiol- o r What President of tbo U. S. went Iu tho Capitol Cor his inaugura- tion .Who TEARS! EVIDENCE (ConfTmieii From CroM-oxamlned by Mr. McCnul Clara admitted hearinir her mother "ay that it was an accident. Thero were cross words exchanged be- ween Zitto and her mother lifter tho shooting. A Sad Incident the llrst Democratic! her examination it became timo process to are legitimate rents. It is all a matter of reasonable return to tho owner United States? of the building, and unless this is al-! uv i n K ji vi i; in miii iini 11 ucLArnc President tho V. S. after James necessary for tho poor child to Identify her dead mother's i-Iothes, a house dross, underskirt and pair of corsets. i Blood stains, grim reminders of s tho population of tho tragedy, were visible. Bravely bearing t Is a somowhat i Buchanan determine what' whllt ex-Premier Is now u JIM (Continued from up under the ordeal. Clan examined lowed thore .can ho no encouragement i Sl-'t "s meaning? given to building. The "cheaper the j the lower the rent, al- lowing the owner of a house an atle How docs tho word "stlgmr.tize" j the mute witnesses and said: TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the "Tree of 2. What birds longest-Hy- drate return for his investment. the matter of rents, as in other lute'--i How Ions are liuck' and est bearing investments, this only set Its name? reasonable, landlords cannot be ex- 5. what was the old uunia of Ot- pected to be philanthropic, and are entitled to a legitimate return on their capital, provided they are not inclin- ed to exceed this. As the Financial Times views it, the outlook for new construction this tawa, and when was it founded? 6. Which province of Canada has the largest number of automobiles, and which tha least? "Yeg, thete were mother's clothes." Pinkney's Vertion When called Harold Plnkncy, the other man In the case, gave his ver- sion of the ease. He declared that the night of the shooting he called on Mrs. McDonald on business relative to her pension, he being secretary of the G. W. V. A. After he had been there about an hour Jimmy Zitto appeared, coming In by the hack door. "What you doing west of the Uhlne and tho bridge- heads. The Oerman government fur- Ihor contends there has lieen no Infringement of obligations Justifying the Infliction of tho economic sanc- tions, nnd argues that tho levy against Gorman soods Is In contradiction of tho renunciation by the British, Ital- ian and Bolivian governments of graph JS of the appendix to the treaty.] The Leaguo of Nations is roque.ito'd to Initiate mediation proceedings nnd to see that the forcible measures tho allies have undertaken bo immediate- ly stopped. f French Chamber Discussions PARIS. Mar. re- garding tho results of the reparations conference held In London wero re- sumed In the chamber of deputies hero today. It is expected they will ALL TELEPHONE Member for Alexandra Intro- duces Resolution Which is Defeated tluue until late this afternoon .when! ANSWERS cried Zitto. "On business, Jim. You know" me, don't replied the witness. "See that door. Get to A of China nnd here1 you season is already bad enough and 'eaves Ambling the ash. Intro-! kill you." v.J unv. .1IIU 1. llllcP.ri Itltn in 1TK1 ___) urn____ i UULCU iiuu in ijttl a ins to look as though the resump- 1 favorite in parks and gardens. be lion in activity which .was predicted out of or I'll i KIM you." into England in 1751. and is a! Witness said Zitto was very angrr and desperate. Pinkney said he saw Parrots frequently ri by Premier Stewart when address- ing them were, in the plain spoken sti" language used, worthy of the deepest! almost insurmountabl. attention. They had an added weight i'" over that he wasn't wanted so left the for this season would not materialize. years, and owls and ravens; house at once. He did not hear the loss, whilst there is excellent evidence; shot, of eagles and falcons considerably that they followed the reception The cross-examination although sev- a hundred years. i ere failed to shake Pinkney's evidence financial paper I 3. Over fifty years. The Duchess of He admitted to have heard some little ceed 3. considers Is the'high wages demanded-'Be'Ifonl recorded the case of a given to delegates of the Moderate frades' League, representing some people of the Province. It was admit- ted by delegates of the Moderation LeiEnu themselves that they could not vouch for all these signatures as rep- resenting bona fide electors, out even with the discounting of the number it cannot, but be denied that there is a considerable .element in the Province whose sentiment is against the Liquor Act as it stands at present. This is only -worth mentioning in serving to show the difficulty of enforcing tho Act with the sentiment such as it is against it. And this adds sub- stance to the remarks of the Premier that it is not sufficient for those who Ca" in favor total prohibition to lie low and leave to the Government to en- says, and bricklayers ask ?1 per hour and other artisans in proportion I down to common labor at 50c per hour. Builders' supplies have come down in price considerably and may come'down yet more, being still high. The view is now expressed in the building trades that continued high wages and prices bound to limit new work to much less than the needs of the growth of population. It sees no mystery in the high rent problem. Rents are high because buildings an j scarce and people need accommoda- j tion. People who used to live in houses are- now living in hotels, when a boarding an Bytown. 1836. o From word meaning vil ag local scandal about Olive McDonald receiving a male friend from Fernie. He did not know she got rent free from Zitto, according to Cartier, of Canada. He desig of Stadacona (Quebec) as the "King a Huron Indian "Ycu had two alternative put to e or settlement, you by Zitto then." said Mr. McCaul, the discoverer "First, to get out; seccnd, stay and of Canada. He designated the Chief get killed of and applied the name of "Canada" to the country adjacent. 6. Ontario has the most, and Prince Edward Island the least hotel. What ii needed ij more houses, mora bu'Ialne. "ave more build- lores. There is, as Premier Stewart! g" We wall pointed out, the necessity of stimulating public opinion against! law-breaking. There should be the Im- pression created and the view impres- sed tnat breaking the prohibition law is Just as grave both, as a legal and a moral offence as breaking any of the codes established by other laws of the land. In respect to the Moderation League, Premier Stewart put the matter squarely when he said that tha Government had only one mandate from the people, and that It proposed to act on that mandate. This was only the expression of common sense, with a due and rightful regard to the wish- es of the majority as testified to in the prohibition referendums so far held. Laws are what the people, and if the present liq.uor laws are to be amended to meet the desires and the views of the Moderation League tho only rational and legitimate pro- cess is that the question should be submitted to a plebiscite of the people in the same way as the questions re- lating to prohibition have. The pro- hibltionista ol the Province have Just as much reason to resent the action of the Moderation League in asking for amendments or alterations in the present Liquor Act of the Province aa the Moderationists would were there the same action taken by the prohibi-1 tlonists should the liquor laws of tha Province happen to be run in accord- ance with the views of the Modaration League. Let there be at least reason IB this matter, with the acceptance