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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION VOLUME XHL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1920 NUMBER 273 U. S. Citizens' Choose President Congressmen arid Slate Tickets SOME STATES'ALSO HAVE REFERENDUMS "UNHOLY BUT HUMAN NEW YOI1K, naUonal nod stale Elections to be held noil -Tuesday, November 2, will ho notable for the'number of woman nominees and the large number of. parties which have nominated candidates. parlies have national (icteic tor president iiuil vice-presiJent, though by no means In all the stales. These tlekoia are Fnrnier- Labbrrnnd- Single Tax." About fnrllca cither or., tives In Congress, bringing tiio total of all parties lu Ihe lisld nearly to n score. -In tho 'presidential .election tlicro will be chosea 031 members of tlie electoral college of which SCO will bo nccessaiy io the elccllon ot a candi- date as prt'ifde'iit.. In (lie Insl elec- Mou I'rc'elijost. 'iVilsDn bad 277. present membership ._pt ttiet United Senate Is 96, composed of 47 ucihocratB, -IS republicans anil tine republican and progressive. This year 33 Elates arp in elect senators, the" lerhis of 32'menibers or that body oxpii-.'Mff on .March 3. 1021. while-the other iVo are belns selcclei to flit iraci'.iliTd terms' up to March 4, OoiliG 32." Ee'uiitars iiexl'OI'firijK, .17' -.Ah' democrats Jud'-45_i-cjnvblicaus. The two.addl- tlbriuV vacancies, -were .caused" by" dcallis of of lianu ...-----j_ chosen Ooiaba Herald. WITff WECANDIDATES FOR U.S. PRESIDENCY Republicans> Predict Sweep; Democrats Certain of Victory; Tomorrow's Vote Will Decide inoerats. Is I iii slates" bam'a, "j-ivlilcliV elects do'- Maine. Maiisi- scDators _ ._ New Jer- sey, Now Mexico! Rhode IslahilpTSn- _ COX AT DAYTON liesacc, West Wyoming.''.'. Women fpr" have hceii nomlm'aten' iii six-stale's, Hie I'roh'jbljlcpiisla in Xew York anil Tpaiisrlvania; Jh .Californ'ia; by, Fanner-Labor party In New Ycirk' Coiniecllcul and by Independents In Nevada. Socialists have candidates for luc Senate In 11 stales: Alabama California, Florida, Illinois, .Indla'na; Now- Hampshire, A'ew York.'Pklalioroa, Oregon, Pennsylvania Washing- ton. The Farmer-ljibpr parly ;has senatorial candidates In spven Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, York and. Washington. At least' eight other parties "hjvo nominated- candidates'for senator in onp-or mere lire 'Pro- gressive, Socialist, Labor, Slngle'Tax, Independent, Indusliial Labor, Labor, Independent Kepubllcan nnd N'on-Par- tlsan League" The .total membership, tbe next House of Is to lie -elected. Ql this number, (218 Is necessary Eor a majority. The pres- ent' membership, .is 190; republicans, '232; .Independent; Hcpub- .Prohlbillon- 1st, 1; vacancies, 9. Women have been nominated as candidates for rep- resentatives In at least 11 states In- cluding Alabama, California, Iowa, Michigan. Nebraska, Massa- chusetts, New .York, Oklahoma, .Ore- gon .am] Missouri. Governors .aro to elected In 37 slates white elections for lesser slate offices will bo .held In seven, others. Those electing goVcrndru '.nre: Arl zotia, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecti- cut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois', Indiana. Iowa, Arkansas, Mas- sachusetts, .Michigan, Minnesota, Mis- souri, Montane, Nebraska, New. Hnmp- ihlre, New Mexico, New York, North DAYTOX, Ohio, Nor. a day of rest at IIIB" here, Governor Cos was to'lc'avo today-tor Toledo for the last succcli. o( Ills-campaign. Though tlie .ca'miialgu virtually end- ed at Chicago oniSaiurday; the gover- nor said ho had'agreed lo-mako" the formal close Iii.Toledo o'n" election evo because party followers there regard- ed his appcaiimco 1 as good> luck, as- serting-his only-chance was when Iiif-'failed.'tp.cncf engagement-" city; yhe gover- nor-.will es soon as the sne6cli inade. today 'at .for" 'ihc receipt pi'resultr on ele'ctipn nig l-i the. naratus" won'-by .Grbverrcicveianu 'n'ior'c tlian "a'quarter clec- ,tlpn-day at-home, coming io his jfaper'ofrico'as soon aajthVErsl polls (in .the coanlry .close. HARDING AT MARION 'NoV: over and Ills final analysis tho campaign issues laid before the Senator Harding look a rest today from arduous la- bors of the presidential contest: lii a precinct wh'cro he. has .voted for more .than thirty years, '.the .senator will record his own vote among the millions that urn. to decide tho eonrpleiipu of Uic nest United States. u'Jminlslraiioti in-footu cxecu; live and leglslallyp branches. Tomorrow.- the senator and Nip and Tuck Race Ended Victory Again For Esperanto CANADIAN BOAT LED! FOR A TIME AMERICAN BOAT WINS HALIFAX, .NoS of Marty of Blgbyi N.8., won Hhe toncluding contfit of the first .series of for the blue ribbon or the fishing" of the North Atlantic.' Unlike Salurclsr'' race, today's contest nlp.Mid tuck ttrug- ,flle: theVCanadlan .the way away, from' Esperanto .tight alra, IfiTeirlor when the wind, freshened. Excitement T.auced Stroke .HALIFAX; C. Smith of N.S.r manao- "ing the? Caha'dian' con- tender In the -j fishing schooner, race, who wai 'stricken, with par- reported to be not m.uch Improyevd today. The, stroke'was attributed partly to encitemejvt attendant on the yacht .'race.' HALIFAX, NOvr Eeven-mlle" irecze due the Es- icranto across lie starting lino lu the of for tho Jfrs. Hardiag receive the' elec- tion returns home. WAS P.LOT the presence- ot iUrpl.icetf'dignllaries, voju.nieers. and thousands of" his count.rymeji, the of Terence 'MacSwiney, the late lord mayor of Cork, was 'buried- today .in tfp Republican plot In St. Finbarr's .cemetery, Just outside Cork. Characterizes Rumors Absolute Falsehoods shi Ca CALGARY, Nov. Moro- ina Albtrtan nuhllslies .the fol- lowing this morning: "It is an. absolute falsehood. Such a alan.cfer is one allies of public: Hon. J. R. Boyle, .atlerijey-gengral cfrAI-, berta, last long In reply to the stale- ,ments.rnade at Lethhridge by Rfv. T. b. Jones, that rumors were about-Lethbricfge that Mr. was-lnlereated In'a liquor, export house in that city, .Mr, statement at a meeting of the prohibition of- ficials orL'ethbrldge.-' on Friday evening. He'aajd that hs thought the government ought to be made aware of th't rumora'tliat were be.- Ing circulated that Mr. Boyle was interested in a liquor export house- .'there. Hi gave the names of some Lethbrldge men who he said had him on.the subject, one aliening Boyle's recent Lethpridge he was MAY PUT TWENTY THOUSAND ON STREET MONTREAL, of Dakota, Ohio, twenty'Ihousaiirt garment .ivorkeie in TII.-.I. [aco pjogpect Of being onl flf work this winter unlcsH thoy agree to nccopt n' reduction, of 20 per cent. In wages. If thoy refuse this reduction nil tho factories In Mon- treal will lie dosed by November 6, according Io'Sir.-Morris of the llnb Clothing- company. 'Mr.' Morris was not prepared to say Micro woulil be n material reduction.In the retail price of ciolhos In the Immediate future. homa, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Ilbodc Island, South Carlolna, Sonlh IKikotu, TenncEsec, Texas. -Utah, Vermont, Washington, WssL Virginia' nnd conain. lioth Democratic and llcan..parileB havo been nominated In these stales cjcept (ieoifila nnd MoiithiCariolna In which no republi- cans are running. Tho Socialist party has caiididalea for governor In IS stoles: Delaware, llorlrta, Illinois. Indiana. Iowa, Kan- sas, Mnssachusplls, MlehlRan, Miss- ouri, New Ilnmpshire, New York, Okla- bdma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Jlhodc Island, Wisconsin and Texas, ontVaga Al. wll) BULLETIN J the results' ot tho U. S. Elections Tomorrow Night ,PIiono'calls to cither 1221 or 1Z3! nTomptly nnawcrca. looking over his liquor Interests., When these statements were brought to the attention of Mr. Boyle Jlast evening'he said: "The statements are absolute falsehoods. This Is one of the penalties n man In rr.ust pay, being continually 'made She subject of.-, lying slander. There Is nothing In the story whatever. I! have fio interest, either dire'ctly or Indirectly In any liquor business in Lethbridge or elsewhere. I have not a dollar.Ih- '.vetted in the business.. 1 do not, believe that these Insinuations Were made to Mr. Jones. I believe he manufactured the story of whole cloth tor a At the. meeting at whicli Mr, Jones .spoke, .was- passed'urging-a.1-more forcemcnt "of the liquor act. Mr. Jones made ths further statement, that'lherc was-greater laxness In. enforcing the act in the district from Lelhhridge to the Crow's Nctt than in any other part of the province., Mr. Boyle Resents Attack CArxJAltV, Nov. Insinua- tion madp by llcv. T, D. Jones of IjGtlibrlilKO, lhat I was In .n liquor business nt thnt a 'malicious falsehood. I h.ive no inter- est Jn a JlQitnr linplnsss In Lcthbrldgc, in AlbnrlJ, or anywhere In tbo world, and it la difficult to hJIicvc that a mlnisli-r of the gospel'could bo fiiillly of snth slanders." This was the statement made to tto Herald over tho long dlsfatico tclc- Iihond Jlonday by lion. II. Boyle-, attornoy-ecncral. Mr. IJoylo said.thai ho dbeply rcaer.ted tha unwafr-iTitcd attack that had he-oil inailo upon him. "f can. hardly voice my contempt continued o i PUT EMPLOYEES ON FOUR DAY WEEK BASIS HAMILTON, Ont., Nov. An- uouBcement ,was made oa by I ho Jbhci JlcPberson Shoa-Manufac- lurlng company "of this, ow- ing to the market having becoina over- stocked, the cbibpauy.- would be pblte- to put Its employees on a four-day week-ba'sls-bf-employment, In pref- erence to reducing, the niea'fi wages. Republican Campaign Every State Bui the Solid for Harding and cratic Chairman Just Confident About Cox and Vote a Fight in North League Big Issue in Montana. Man Uuried Under'Earth For Several Hours Accidentally Discovered and Rescued. (Special Io The______ QniON, Oct. ot the farm- ers south, ot Orion have btien tuelr'.winter Bu'pply oE 'coal in dis- trict southeast "of Mauyberrlea. -In go ing over tho ground to "lotaic" a'suit- able- pJRCc for mining Ceo. Wesley.' sou of Jlr.'G'has. Wesley experience vhlch he'wil Iremcmbcr. Hc_saw r. ragoirund team, one horse loijsc, and also a heap of dirt but no person hiit was so lni: liresscd" returned to tho place ivheru the heap o[ dirt was; his horse icked at a-sagebrush and ho nlematioual iishing; scliopucr houors if he clouds', witli. flecked the E uu. boomed 'Sad- advance of Light .more Provincial1 Treasnrtr -Mitchell Receives Many CongratU' on Result of the Sale'- shouted ut Ills for his misbc- javioiir.'.' To his surprise n voice crici! out, ''iJct'nio but of here or I sliall V On inveEljgatloiihe found that undei heap of soil n. man buried there. Ecverol lie .tried to get the man oul but the dirt hurried.'iiway to. get help, (ths lanjimploring" leave.liim Ihferovt45. and-thn man'vVhi na.iiy v.-as Flemine and lived n. few milcVrBw.asVwTfa quickly released tho for r more hours.wpiijd havo been' certniu death, as he had several bones', iricliid Ing three'rlbs and collarbone broken His Injuries] were promptly att'endci to.and he making good progress to wards recovery.' to EDMONTOK, .N'ov. for1, the province oi Aiberia leu yc-r.r six pcr_cpnt. bonds were opened by Prov- incial Treasurer Mitchell "at; noon to- day. were 'eighteen separate hlglicBt tender waB filed by Harris Forbes and company, and Na- tional-City company. tUelr-. bid being 100.523, and the liondai were conse-. to This is .the.highest price by the p'rovince for a In years andiia'-relallvely the best sale made In Canada' during recent" jcnrs na the bonds brouelit a premluBJ! the eii per cent; rate is therefore reduced to an ot five par ivo. Ilepresenlatlvea ffom.Uio vari- ous bond houses attended' at the of- fice of t'iC provincial treasurer and wlien .the award was announced' the Treasurer was the recipient of many congratulations on the unprcrcnled success of tho sale. XEW VOflK- N'ov. the ment of tho party's presidential nom- the polls less than 21 hours ince, Kugcnb V. Dsbs, the Socialists' nvay boUi" Itcpubllca'n and fiemorrallc predict a vole nt at least thre'u mllliou. teadquarters early today took--up' the fn 19fC, tho'- Koclaltst yole-was-lesf itrlde ivliich will In tko than sis hundred thousand; -The pre- Inai ecene of the presidential, contestUldcntlal and gubernatorial contests lo.'ylclo.ry, or deteat.jbold tbe primary. Interest of Doth major 'parlies'began.ihclr lusticrs of Tork with the flebt for lay of campaigning.-! by rc-asserllng United Slates senator of secondary Im- In .tho of their candldRlcs.' mid Itoosevell-.will de- clared George Dtm'ocratii; na- .loual cliulrman; v WIU'll. Hays, Kcpuh- tcau forces transla'tcd" his eipecla- Ions Into Vajiresslug the cpn- rlctlpn that Harding less iian 3CS, probably SJfi.-'ciectpraj yptcs out of required to elect iS260.-' parlance. contests aro keen In several seclioas with the leading" tight bflug" conducted 8y-tho -Socialists in Now York City for ro-Bleclfiju of fivb ouElccI members ol Parly leaders predict they will .aieci': fivp other assemblymen and onp '01 iCpuuji'-sa on Pago -li.. slalcs wllh large 'tlnclbral voles to deliver or to savo.XJnited States sena- tors In other douulfur.Elates wliere the elet-loral vote is not1, l.arfie. euouth Io iq ImllFpeusihlu. Tno'Bslient eiamplc- of- states' In IheTirst ''.calegory. is Ohio, lonie slala of tho two principal- can- didates with twenty-four while ,he- outstanding caae.vof .the... second- class is Navade thr'eoT Second only iu'lniefest: tb'tfic out- come of the .votlngi- Is- the' subject: '-the- women 1 Lcaders-ot uoth inalor 'parties dls-, claim posscssic-ii tldii on what is to be'.cspe'fted the nnw. class of voters their franchise in all the lim'o. Speculation lu. formed political circles, ce'ntrcs. about the' numerical, proportion who vole loiu'prrowi in" compVrisbu with' the .women's7 vote, and--ttih" _. possibilitj- of Medical Student Executed I1'or An Attack on Escort at Dublin _ N'ov. Barry, medical Bludent, was esecutod Mount ,ioy: prison :aklug part in an escort here during Dafry charged with, murder, British ,ng. the flght.' i Uinir' of proaciicd-nearly. untll-'i i'-As.- fpra- i. 1 iiuieiiendent' enough ilp- o.vejtnriiJtaHlc's of election if pistes years HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF CANADIAN WHEAT AND EOUR TO U.S. Nov. 1r-lm- ports of Canadian wheat and flour during Ihe first 15 days.of Oct. 'ober were greater than In any 'corresponding period In the past seven the Federal Trade says'In 3. report to- day (D'Preridcni Wilson.. The re- port VIM based on an Investiga- tion ordered by President Wilson after he had asked by the Chicago Board o.f..Trace to place :3n embargo on wheat Imports from Canada. Tho commission found that bushels of Canadian wheat and barrels of Cana- dian flour were shipped Into the Unllcd Stales during the first 15 days of last month. This mors llian three limes as .large is the shipments'in any October- In the past seven years, accord- ing Io the Election Co mng BERTH1EFWU-LE, ;Que., rjeneral elections will come sooner than moit people ex- pcct, was the opinion expressed by the, Hon. Rodolphfi cpeaklng at a Liberal rally held here yesterday. The..tour of the Hon. Arthur Mclghcn through the vtis ,1 part.of thi preliminar- ies, said Mr, LtmteuK. COSTS MONEY TO KEEP WARM IN TORONTO TORONTO, Nov. ot hard coal In this clly at present range from per ton to A year aflo price was to J13.60, DUIILIX, Nov. it least [ourlecri separate attacks on the [iollco anil .military In Ihe lind south ot Ireland Sunday evening. In these" atlacksi sis of the police were others wounded. OnP member nf ihe'milUary nnd one naval man were wounded. Ono civilian was killed. one polllfcal of. tho wlse'acrcsidcclaro thai the recent Mains election wherp'' th'e women's vote liairi of lha niou; can erilcrton for predicting- naiiorialLelec-" tlon results. Women1 in states ..inhere universal srifrrage..lias oblained tor some years arc expected to o.iildo Iheir newly-enfranchised sisters; And on the 51- admit, this JiyrptbeslB may be wrong. y The Socialist mado claims for the largest proportional -women's vote. With Ihe new; XpWrs properly belonging to ''tb'e.parfy'nnueu lu' non- Socialists, wLn, vote the ilcliet ;u jirolesl asalftsl'lhe Imprison IS MORE ALARMING THAN BOLSHEVISM Turgeon Is Silent About Rumor Of His Retirement mother doeUrod.; list week. she-, -ivaa. proud was -.'.'dying Jor iff: DUNGANNAN, Irelaiid; This town, located spent.a tdrrlfyrng.p'lght 'an the of reprisals follpwlng'the a conslable. during, an.-atlack: pn'vir. police patrol "by. civlltaiis yyesterdav, Policemen', and armed and. disgulieilv men. visited the liomiju acd.nrearQiB In, houses -owiiet: of thoi. V Sinn A number, of: places were wrecked and many (ainllles fled to country for safely, TOUONTO, VY. P. Archibald' o( the 'Juvenile court, Ot- tawa, speaking In Western Congrcga- (ional church said tho most alarming .today- was tho un'eca'slilg andi world-wide drift of (lie young pedple who, afiir leaving cast 'off their religious teachings and-home in- fluence as a worn oui'garnicnl In-their ronlacl with renlllfe. Judge Archl bald Aid this was alatTnlug than Bolshevism. PIIINCI-: Nov. The Hon. W. F. Turgeon. attorney-gen- era! of Saskatchewan, who has taken up his residence bcru', Is to leave this i evening for Heglna la preparation for: the ojwVllng or ,tlio legislature oral Thursday. M'hen questioned on Ihe.rumor he Is leaving tho provincial political j arena to cuter the federal field, lie de-j lion. It was slated In a Uallletord paper that Mr, Turgeon liad resigned j art allornfiy-poneral, was joining n! 1'rlnce Albert law firm, and bej a candidate In n northern Saskatch-' cwan seat for thc.fccleral pr.rllaniont.j I.AHOK TO DEMAND AN AGE PENSION II. A. Stev- enson, M.P.I'.; for upeak- Ing Saturday night In support ot the candidature o'-Jamc.s the Soldier-Labor candidate In Norllicaat Xov: wireless "dis-i jmlch from Moscow reports..that Oen oral Seinenoft, tho Cossack anti-; HoIshcvIK laader-in Siberia has Kiplured by Irregular trobpE. llcc'iig by airplaneJ-frpin .Chita, liis- the dispatch. (was discovered ivlion .Jie Makeero Station. Uircov.efcil. Colc.nirtn Man Disposing of Liquor Al Hiick Hold our Own .Coi-fespondcnl) Hoy Vrilllp ol ..........____ the Colcmr.ii Hold.-who was out on Ijnfniirnin wago bill, ball Is now in due to the clever 1 rcsolulion was WANT TO INCLUDE DOMESTIC SERVANTS; IIAJIILTOX, Nov. a meeting ol tho United Women's t'dd- cratloii; of 'Onlarlu'lierc' on Saturday n resolution wag passed polltlonlof tlio-Ontario government- to include domestic 'sen-ants 03 ,nri- dor the Compensation Act' nnd rsdiicsllag thnt sen'-; nts cmno under the provisions of-lLS-, passed 'calling sv-ork (if (.'onsMWc llousMfni, chief Ifon. n.'II. Clranl, tnlnlalcr pollen (if Colcmaii and Countable, Cur- to have swimming p'oph i llss of the A.I'.P. They .r.-ausilt Volpo MiKiaiuled, dollverfiig in (ho .-alloy hack uf-Ilie hotol. boitlts of whlEkey. They found cached la Ills girraBC II cases of tlie boafbrands' bt whiskey. Tlip A.P.I', liarrncks lool.-s more like Installed in nil imljlip schools In the-. REFUSED TO OBEY ONTARIO GOVERNMENT Ont., Xov. this morning tho supply ot natural gas Itt Tillr.iry was cut off ngalnat the orders ol thn provincial government. bury hml refused Io pay fin Increase in price anil the natural gas company threatened to cut oft, thb supply. Thin the government oir SatuVtlfly forbade Jhem to do. i Toronto, sald.lhnt the labor group In: a vhnlcsnle liquor store than a place. the legislature intended to jneke an y[ jicnce. effort to secure ftn old age pension bill This Is the higgPEl haul niftflc ?o Iliat men.wlio had worked a much credit Is. duo L'Ousliililes lime without a' mark against IhcmJ lloughton and CilrllsJ (tin pa- Hpcnd his years FIRE AT WHITBV IVIIlTIlY. Ont., Nov. dcs- liiiyccl the Wljl.thy lirifk and Clay Pro- diiots planinR nilllflicro Saturday nlffht a ml Unrncil u'li raniiy thousand feet of lumber. The los" tBllmalcd Hence, pcrservancc nnd sXlll lu trcklnB man.. oitEEK POSTPONED ATI1K.V.S', N'oy Bencrfll olcc lions have been tint.ll Jfov emhcr 21. They wctc orlSlilftlly fised for Kovemlicr 7. RUSSIAN QOVT-. PROTESTS SEIZURE OF STEAMEB; .Nov.; The Russia! soviet Kovcniment. says .a' Moscow dispatch to tho Dally ImV- m ado- nn (n6lgnajit protest to drea( Britain over' tiii- selziiro. ot tho Itallai' Etcame'r Kclzuro of iijis'-'Steanicr Ancolii lij' Ilrilfeh varshlps -'.n'ns' Oclohor n Bally CPW, dlspalcVi. The vessel was reported Herald, Moil-' lor Novorossisk, with a soviet IMeslt, carlo; ;