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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAYt NOVEMBERS, 192Q .SWEET THINGS v :GO; DOWN, Nov. Vuffee in 'th'e' down- ward trend und H 'vas an. iiouuccd this morning that lo- cal uuiufaciui ere bAd rcduc- edth'ely'prices from''seven to four cents a Alberta Minister of Education Says Federal Government Must Share TORONTO. NOT. l.-JTe-.lnduce non: English sponMaj settlors to ccnne isere'and Ihcn kaveittem to shift for themselves In ot eauciUon la not a policy but a tragedy, daclaiwd Hon. George.P. Smith, nilnlstw education tor: Alberta, irao pund throuBh tie city durinr tho weekend oa his return from where ho served as chairman ot tie Inter-pro- vincial educational congress. "The said, the minister, "is one of federal rospocslbilrty o( national importance. It'will never be solved metiods. has recently inaugurated a number of progressive policies to slrenEtheh of tne tench- lag grtPPle effect- ively with the' problem ot tie rurai school. These' policies met with favor al the Ottawa conference. 'The plan-ol naoney to assist students through the normal schools and tho plan of putting gov- ernment funds into homes ers, arc particularly cornmendabla. Liivinff for rural teachers B a more vital consideration even than higher salaries. 'The Tvcstern provinces are gra-P- lillKg courageously wKh lars-j policies tbnf arc lundaTnsclil In educational ncil national work and deserve every encouragement." German Publicist Acciiscs Wilson Of Deception DriTsiigenc fer, former. minlEler of Justice, speak- Heport of Commission Inquir- ing Into Dealings in Timber'Li mils TORONTO, Nov. the com pany, limited, of Fort Frances, Ont., has defraudoS Iho province of. Ontaris SHOT WIFE THEN PUT BULLET IN SELF TORONTO, Ont.. Nov. Krederickf, 32 yesrs old, shot bis Isst night ".vlth a 32-calibro revolver (ear v limes, 'null (Ueu re-lo.idiue the weapon autl piscine It in his mouth seiit bullet crashing Into fels own bratu. Mrs. erlcks" Is not wpecled to live. No 'motive -'is givet! Tor Ihe crime. AUSTRALIA. HAS AN EXTENSIVE FLEET OTTAWA, Nov. 1. government ol Australia eral of Ontario .shouldjnow has a Heel of Iblrly-nlne kteamers to "cover this money and i aggregating 16S.49S tons, and an er- eltorney-geni take action to "ho have pcnerno is beiug perjnry and torEeri In cunncctlon' carried on wBIch will result In by tho 14 pqliitE, he declared, made tho truly a liujhlne-stock and raock- ory ot tbei'world. Under the. covering note, the Germans, said Dr. SchlfCer, had the moral, but documen- tary rlgfct'to demand revisions of the treaty.. "The.treaty Itself" hs'sald, "is a crlne ajaJnst the German nation and the whole', world." Tho.attack met irlth apparent ap- proval from sections, but Tlerr baumlgi bead oC tbo new prcdictlng'a coming revolution and the overthrow of capitalism, declared.that his "party desired, revision by other It wanted revision with the co-operallon of the Internationale und proletariat with the eiproprlatlon of all macrjncry o[ production as quickly and thoroughly as.posslble- INTEREST ON DEPOSITS PAJIIS, Nov. banks LLroughout France must pay 3 1-2 per cent Interest on deposits, this ralfe fixed by an ptDcIal order Issued here'.- LETTER FROM j MRS. WAKELIN Tells Remarkable Story of Sickness and Recovery. Ontario. SYMPATHY FROM HALIFAX HALIFAX. N'ov. a mass meet- ins held under-the auspices of the Vr ilre'.and 'Lea- gue last night resolutions of sympi- stales (hat the Australian government has announced that the primary ob- ject in establishing the licet Is not to make profits, but to prevent Australia Icing Isolated through the world's shipping disruption brought about by tho war.' Sixteen ot the thy on the death of Lord Mayor Mac- being operated arc requisitioned cx- Swiney xvero passed and ordered to j German steamers wiih an aggregate, he forwarded to Mrs. Tercuco. Mac- tonnage of tons. Ttm net prof- Cork. Swlncy and the depuly lord mayor of Uts of the .steamship service (or the year 1913-20 are ostiinnleil :it ALL GOSEfPIECES W-a-ttos" 'Copra! Kenoos PicstraticD E. R. No.4, "In Ihe yeir 1910, I hid Ntnmt Prostration in ila worst form; dropping from to US pounds. 'pi! doctors kid no fape ef nf ravrcry, aad every wedicino I tried proved useless until a friend induced mo to taka I began to mend almost at onoe, Bad never had such good h tilth aj I hivo enjoyed "Ihe past c-ight years. Ms J AS. S. DEI.GATY. 60cl abox, fi trial siw 25e. At all dealers or sou t. post paid it-a-lJTca 'SOVIET MAKES GAINS ON CRIMEAN PENINSULA LONDON, Nov. Im- portant towns northeast and northwei1r the Crimean pentn- tula tacn occupied by the. soviet RuMlan. forces "as" a rtiult of along the black la announced' In an from Moteour dated Siiji'dajr: Arfiing the placet. MtUlpol and MINGLE ASHES WITH THOSE OF. HUSBAND BRAN FORD, Conn., Nov. The ashes of Ella Wheeler Wilcox poet and author who died a year ago, were mingled with thoze of her late husband, Ro'oerS Wllcox, at an anniversary eeremany on the grounds of'the former Wllcox home at Short Beach yesterday. PARTY LINES ARE BROKEN IN CUBA HAVANA. Nov. voted to- day for R nevv. president and the out- come vas awaited .with considerable The end of .the earapalgn, regarded as Iho inoal. liitter since the. island gained independence, feund old party linos broken with" a right-about In n_ 1W AlTnl-m ffv apparently forzolten In too flghf-tor control of tho government by Jose Miguel nominee and Dr. Alfredo .Zayas, candidate ol< th'e old 'Conservative, 'or coalition party. Soldiers we're'on duty In'all the provinces whpn ihO'first voters rcacS cd the polls; "Uiidcr orders frorr 1'rcsiileut Mcnocal w'ero. to dei bands, which were reported to be active lu some districts. DREAD DROPS IN PRICE AT VANCOUVER I VANCOUVER, Nov. price of bread hero vra's" rctiLccd thfs morn lug from 1? to 11 cents for.nii 'IS ounce.loaf. Acquires Niobe And Snimarmes STV JOHN, -NttV. 1 iul, InlAreaUnjt dwla lUffinYited In Buttra Bouced this Bonbti Drunswlck Rolllm the purchase ot two tkl'CC-. C. C. C. now a.t at Hallfai. The 8'jbmtrnm vffl be (owed here next week and at the rolling mills where be. dlamintled, H Is hot yet certain what will dona with the Nlobe. la Bald (d Involve a. sum ot money, Frank C. Carson, vlce-presldest-of: .eom- leave soon for Europe In connection 'with.' UM detL Toronto, suffered ,____ ftom weakness, seemed to tired all lithe time, and had'no ambition to do any- thingor go anyplace. My nen'es were in not sleep at night, i and then.- came'.a breakdown. I read of Lydia E. Pink- hajii's Vegetable Comp'ountT in the newspapers and sev- eral of iny frienda advised me to use it, it Kiirely nut new life into me.. Now I am iiuire nble to do all my own work, I would strongly advise every suf- fering woman to give Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound a trial." Sire. CH.UILES WAKELIN, 2T2 Chriatii St., Toronto, Ont-1 s1 The maters of 'Lydia E. Pinkham'f Vegetable Compound have thousands of siicn letteis ns that teil the truth, else they could not have been ob- tained for love or money. 'This medicine is no has stood the teat for' more than forty years, If there are any complications you do rfbliundsrstand write to Lydia E. Pinli- Ifam Medicine Cc. Lynn, Crerar at Two Meetings in Sas- Lead- er in Manitoba TVINNIPHG, XOT. Press) Canada Is this week tha centre of the Dominion. Premier Mefeben is holding a series of ineDt- ings In British-Columbia; Hon. W. L MacKemie1 King speafcs thnight Sn Winnipeg, and then''enters upon a tour of Manitoba, and Hon. T. A. Crcrar, leader of the federar farmers party, will deliver his first politlca speeches In some months in-Prince Albert and North BatUeford, on Thorsday and .Friday nigh respect Ively. The crowds are :greeling Ibe poritical 'leaders' ari beld to be public interest Jn tariff and other llvi current Issue's.' addresses arc awaited ivitb a gbod'-deal of interest. [I i thought In- some circles that Ihe or ganized farmers arc about ready i nndertakB 3n active national cam paigii in