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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION 1 VOLUME LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 274 Plays Golf; Is Confident of Victory First Results Recorded Give Re publican Ticket Strong Support VOTE RECORDED IN TOWN IN MASS, bis MAmbx, Ohio, Xov. While the people ot the 'United States were cording their decision today on candidacy "for president, Senator Hardln e put o_f_ his. .alien-.- llon and over greater part of his time to a game of golf. After casting hla own. vote early In the morning, he suerit the remainder of the day away froiu, MnriptC If -there ,'was in 'the candidate a mind any ajipreuenslonrover-tho out- come, it did not manifest itself in his outward deineaher, Ho wore the earoe air of smiling confidence that has characterized his manner throughout his campaign." Mrs. Harding, his constant com '.urb. JiaiuiiiB, panion during his campaigning, ap-( advisers here. peared equally cpnf-ieat. She accom- panied him to tho polls and cast her Irst vote for him. Many of Senator Harding s admir- ers, confident ot a Republican victory already have given him tbe. attention "potential president and Ihe inevii- able procession, ot pfEce seekers has already begun. Requests for appoint- ments for positions ranging from cab- inet member down have reached Hard- ing headquarters In quantity. One of those who offered to serve' as secretary ot slale, wrote tho sena- tor that'although be was young and inexperienced, he had honest purposes and high alms, and was willing to take advice. His name never had been heard before by the candidate or his BOSTON town of New Asbford Iu Derkihiro counts was Ihe tirst In Mas achusUU to report Hal, 'or president tod-u Tbe labula J lion was completed at 7 30 a pi resu Is i ere Harding and Coolidge, Republican. Cox and Roosevelt, Democrats, 6. Four years ago the town gave riughes nenubllcan sixteen votes uad -wnsonr.-iJEmocral, seven. Solid Public Opinion Is Needed Behind Prohibition! Says S. A. Head 1 IU1I U TORONTO, B-am vation Annj Booth hsad of the Salvation Dutch Ucordlig to tho United Slates elec lion law as soou e, ill citizens who ari, registered in an> electoral dis trlcl have voled, the returning officers may close-the poll and announce Iho reEUll at 6nce.: There Is keen com- petition aniong some of the smaller 'iiomuiunllies to be- the first to get their returns announced and in some cases the cnllre town gets urt before daylight ind hurries lo the poll This jeai New Ashford secured the fame vhich guns lo tho first town to complete ils vote. 1 Twenty or Thirty MillionLyotes NEAV AOHK and women voters of the United States vent to the polls toda> to select a new president for four vears beginning March 4 nr-xt Before the dawn of an dav Is broken In ill likelihood itfwlll lie known whether Warren G Harding Republican or James M Cos Democrat, has been elected to sue ceed Wooarow Wilson for it is gen erally agreed that barring a miracle none, of Jie 6lher five (.andidales has chance choice It is estimated be regiilered by a record vote- of oetwcen twenh and million per many of whom_ire women who Jme Deon "enfranchised the last presidential tlec .ire voting todav lor tho first time Second oily in interest to the con test for the presidency the fight be tween thr- two major parlies for tre control of Ihe next congre s Ttnrt} four Tjmted States senators lhirt> two to fill seats now held by 17 Democnts aid K and two to nil the unexpired le'hns caused by tho deathi ot Senators liankhead of Alabama and1'Martin Virginia'; both Demo- cnts are being chosen as well as an new of representatives 'composed of 435 members, Tho present senate is Composed of 47 Republicans nnd one Republican and Progresses The present house of 190 Demo crats 232 fvo indepen dent Republicans one independent and one prohMllonist Thore are ulso nine-vacancies, Both Parties Confident Will H.' Hays and George While, Re- publican and Domocralic nalionai chairmen, respectively, each continued confident -of victory, when the polls opened." The campaign ilsclf, waged princip- ally Vruiiiiu; the League of Nations, [lid'npt cpmo to an end until an-early hour this morning. Senator Hardlug spent election eve quietly at his home In Marlon, Ohio, while Governpr Cox wound up his campaign nt fi'lilg meet Ing in Toledo last night, but slale and local candidates throughout Iho conn try iept up their quest for votes IntP tbo dark hours of the night. Unsettled weather, wllh the possl hlllty of fain, faced the early voter of tho eastern states as they trudgei to the polls fo'casl their ballots, whll those of the- upper Mississippi vallej and Northern Now England and Mew York, had'prepared: for predictec rest of the country gener ally is expected-to.'vote under clca skies.., -New York sfate-'s sltizmT went I "the'polls In large numbers enrly-totla and officials predicted that at th close oi'lho bsliot boxes at six ocloc tonight, at lessi three million of IY qualified men and women wl have expressed their choice for th national, slnle and local Sccrelary ;o'f' Slate Hugo has sen ballots (o soldiers, sailors an marines in overseas service, prlnclpa hi. ly In Germany, Hawaii, the Philippine and the canal zone. Tho voles will ho counted In Decen ter. V In 'addition IP expressing choice t national pmcers the volers were ca ed upon to elect n new legislature. Arim m an interview hero vesterday, said that education was not thing and It was possible to mate too much ot It The general expressed himself as gfctiflea with Ihe progress Ihe annv had made since his preuou- lo Canada seven vears ago There has been an adiance ,n mifr ial things he said, bul most of all in the spirit of sen ice and sMuinlby with form of suftering dene al Booth said he was hero to raUe additional workers foi tho east rrn world where non Christian coun tries are opening the door to Ihe Sal Algeria, India, Japan 'China, and Korea are LJUlCU t among the countries In which Jhe arms Is now working, and In .Africa Ihe army was at wort among 28 nit ferent Iribes One Ihousand western officers are wanted tor work in the east tho general said medical men and women esp-ciall) are winted The general expressed pleasure that pro lilbltkm and cauali'v had corns in (his cou.itry..this being two planks in the army platform he said I congratulate in Canada on prohibition he said but ion must cultivate public opinion to have some thing solid behind Ihe moie incut-.' FORFEITS HUNDRED THOUSAND DOUARS' WORTH OF WHISKEY v KANSAS ROL.L-IS STRONG IfOR HARDING WICHITA, Nov. The first 255'ballots counted in six of the, 29 preeuicls In Wichita Harding 168; Cox 90 Allen (Republican) for gov Davia (Democrallc) for governor IDS COMPLETE TURNOVER BOSTON, N_ov, 2s-The town of Mashpec, on Cape Cod nave for president Cox 4, Harding 43 For governor Cox (Republican) 44, (Democra') 2 FoVr years ago the vote of Mashptc for presWent was Wll son'tOemocraH-aj, HMghes (Re pub lean) 12 A BAD" WALLOP BOSTOK, tim. town of Norwell, in Plyrpmrth county, vot ed as follows For president- Cox 48; Hanilng 400. For governor (Republican) 405, Walsh (Democrat) p A Nov 2 Incomplete returns from three of 58 In Oklahoma City at noon gave 222 and Hard ing 87 HARDIrJG IN KANSAS KANSAS C1TV, Mo, Nov 2 Incomplete -from 55 scat tered precircU m Kansas at 1 30 this af'ernoon the follow Ing results Harding 1136, Cox 592 For (.Repub lican) 848, fiP For (Republican) 744, Hodges (Democrat) NOT Z ly one hundred thousand dollars worth ol whiskey was forfeited to the crown in the Alberta provincial polko court this morning when Magistrate George B McTxiod gaNe-mS deciffofr m the Nat Bell UQ.UO? comganv case after hearing the arguments of Prank Ford Charges of illegal sale for sale and a show is to why the stock should not be for felted followed upon the sale ot a cas IHG flMJM K.C counsel for the defense and Sid rtej D oods" K C agent ot the at torne> general s department The de cnse mlimated That an immediate ap peal wpuld lie carried to tho highest court of tbo province Have Broken Wrangel'S Centre and Crushed Wings of His'Army REFUGEES TRY TO GET TO CONSTANTINOPLE SEBASTOPOL, Crimea, Nov. 1. Bolshevik Have broken General Wfanael's centre and the Wings of bis army apparently have been crushed The town of Melitopol and other been abandoned and the reds are rearing Perekop The red wave.. Is flooding ths, Taurlda region. Wrange! is mak; Ina a gallant defence. He Is pre- pared .to', withdraw from the Crimea across the Sivash sea. Ths reds the capture of Perekop. Fleeing From CONSTANTINOPLE, NOT 2 thousand refugees fleeluK before' the advance ot thp Russian Bolshevik' in Northern Crimea are attempling to find ships to bring them to this city Allied reprcseutalives here, however have .jiHiscd Sebastopol lhat there Is no room in Conslanllnbple for them. in Rochester Democrat Chronicle Had Good Overseas Record Fought With Judge's Sons; Is Giveii One Year Term e of Canadian Club ne whiskey b> an eruploscc to De'-ct're Alberta provincial police Tor a moiithj past tho case has been fought bv at the defense arguing that Nat Bell and Wm Sugurman the two proprietors were absolutely innocent of the illegal trausaction and there fore the stock should not he -con- fiscated. GUARD WEDS A PRISONER >ill LEDGBVlLLB Ga 2 at the state penitentiary have announced that 1 W Gftns, a guard at the WOTIOPS building Juanlla Weaver a quietlv eloped lale Saturday night luaulti serving a sentence of one jeir for sboplifUng having been convicted in Allanta last May She described as being about 21 old and a blonde ENDED FAWL! Highly Respected Farmer of Dry Fork, Near Pmcher v Creek Succumbs Liberal Loader Had Big-Crowd At Winnipeg Meeting- Plea to Progressives .abor Party Is Given Setback LONDON, Nov.; As ocl'ated election were 'held .-yesterday, throughout -th country with Iho exception Pt th London where, pplling oal afces placo every three years. Th result shows that the labor part which scored phcn'omerial successes in the municipal year, has mel wllfi distinct losses in many.; districts. Labor lost seats in Brad- ford, Dirmin'ghain, Manchester, Liver- pool Accringf-on and Huddersnold, but made gains In Bristol and several min- or Industrial centers. There baa latterly been a campaign against the Increasing burden of local taxes throughout the country which Is alleged to bo due to the extravagance of labor majorities on the locai.coun- cils.1 A feature of'the Liverpool elec Hon'was the gain-of four seals there by the Irish Nationalists. InMan- chester the Conservatives gained four seats and lost two.. PEN OF ANCONAS WON EGG-LAYING CONTEST {From Our Own Correspondent) CnrkK re- gret lo record the death of >Ir. L. >inpbell of Dry Fork which occur- red irt Calgary yesterday. Some lew days ago, the lale Mr. Campbell-was walking behind one of his young horses which was. being-lead ,on Hie mlter'by a horse although gentle held back on the Mr. Campbell who had a rope in his hand hit the horeo gently over tbo rump .wilh the p'pp, with the o r sult' that he kicked back and hit Mr. WINNIPEG Nov of m tura'l.resources by the provinces was advocated as in integral 'part of the Liberal partj Dominion platform Hon Mackenzie King here last night Mr liing charged that the present aumlnislntioii Ind made the dues lion a politicil football which had been bandied b-ick and ferth between par llamentary factions. reiterated the plea-made In prov for tin uh'oh under the Liberal banner of the farmer, labor and other sectional Interests whose only cliince of success against (he nfesent jdnnnislration, he held was to forget small sectional extremes and get togelher under the fprm his parly. Mr. King charged government is wasteful and Irayagant and is carrying on with- ut a shadow of a mandate from tbe ublic and demanded they go lo e people before the; conclusion of ift legal term of Klvb llipusanil people heard Mr. Ing- and the other members ot bis arty-hero last night. ST. CATHARINES, Out., Nov., I Unusuall> dramatic TV as the Irial at Iho supreme court here yesterday of aV'col'orcA Jicro .of. the Afar, James. Grant 1 nown locilly as ''General" Orant charged sb'ooUng ,his FuTolheV Arthur wllh iiilent: The prisoners.counsel super- ior officer overseas Major easier, In pleading for leniency for Grant, who found guilty of a 1 jesser crime assault occasioning acl-' 'ua! boilily harm. Major Lancaster told 1 iho court that in the army, Grarit j tiecn looked iip to by his white com- j rades iu anns as an example, and he 'had not i bad mark agalnsl him as a soldier. A-splendid acl of bravery: 'on the. part of Grant, who had helped to save a gun from the der a perfect hell of ilestruclion. was referred lo bj Ihe major vho slated that Grant had been, given the Mill; tarj Medal for this Grant said Mr Justice I alclitord who presided at the court l! lave been much affected bv what >our counsel md former commanding of ims fiaid about a man .who fought 8ido bj Bide with my two so s lint liell at PiissChenrtaelMe 'serves some uuuuo Lut [here is a l.nv md it must be ob -cd Justice d pointed out the danger ot men .carrying, fireirms and said he would make It a crinie' to'have a revolver in one's possession lie thereupon sentenetd-Grant, .rclu'claut- ly, he said, to prison for one year. COnlCSt COnflUClCU IOI inv com iHHCrtM, IHH.MU, the experimental farm here was won l olflclatlng. by a pen pt single comb AnconMi, well compcle wilh the United States anil olher couiilrles. Ulg linsliicsj was cnCoiiragciUn Great Urilain. FIRED FOR READING BOOKS, THI% FELlJOW WINS NOBEL' PRIZE CHICAGO, Nov. slrcet car bells on the old horse 'car line was too untiring a Job'for .Knutt.-.llamsun wny back. Hi .the early. 'OO's nTd he rending books on. the job 'he was fired. Knult went back h'pme. to. Norn-ay and friends here that he Is the winner of the. 1920 Nobel prize for literature. Foster Says Government Ha Very Limited Powers to Re- move Uuixlen From ConBUmer TOI'ONTO. Nov. (Jaorge K. Foster, replying toil teller from Mayor T. L. Church of urging Ihe government to likO'.sifiis to "rollev'e SEARCHLIGHT WILL TELL PEOPLE AT SEA I S ELECTION 1 Ibe burden the-consumer" points rif'Commerce has dismantled" aiiil Liberal Leader Will Try to Get Ml the Progressive Elements Together XWINMFLG NOT o? all political forces in Manitoba, which nfe opposed lo the present fed' oral government states the WiflnloeB wn5 bo attempted on I Mackenzie King, leader the Liberal party in Canada, at au lea convention to be held Tuesday ornlng Invilallons have been Bent _ United Farmers and Labor parllSs n every constituency in general invitation hie been Issued ill "Winnipeg electors to attend, hether adherents of the Liberal arty or associated with any organza on opposing the national' Liberal nd Conservative Only Liberals Turned Up WINNIPEG, Noi. organ izalion pf the Liberal arty in-Manitoba to include It pos ible, the farmer and labor sections ot he electorate for the purpose of hs uring'the'defeat ot the present ad ministration at the next general elec Ions was the keynote of speeches de Ivercd- to a galnerlng of ISO Liberal .upporlers drawn from all parts of ho province held here todaV Hoa W. L. Mackenzie King, leader ot the Liberal party, and W. C. Kennedy, neinbor.for Norlh Essex, chief speakers If any efforts were made to draw into conference leaders ot sectional groups, they failed. Almost without exception those, who attended were old-time supporters of the Liberal party and thought, in nearb every federal coii- stlluency In Manltojia .The gathering was in the nature qt a follow up meeting to the one held here Monday night First efforts werfinado toward'a complete provincial 1-eorganIzatlPii and. cral leader emphasized the Import- ance ot Including women in the cam- paign pjans of the party. CHINESE WOUNDED NEW ORLEANS, Nov 2-Eleven the crew of tho British steamship Elm Leaf were wounded early to-'av guards re- sorted to pistol lire to (jiiell a mut.iny aboard Hie vessel. as Ihe .city lias, not taken advautago Inform passengers and sailors on ves- :THE WORST is YET TO COME TORONTO, Nov. revClallons in the crown lands ihvesligatlpns are prpmlsed and'It is expccled lhat-largo will be nccprd- ing to Informalion current hero 'f my opinion only .the -'t fringe of Iho Umber-Invcsll- galion baa been de- cla'reil Vrcmlcr Drnry toflay; ft CHASING A MILLIGRAM DIG UP THE SEWERS f f.r fin iQ UlldiJl JUJU CflTFy scls off the coKst of llie outcoino of It is evident tbat the clecllon. Two grccu lighls are to authorities are not very slcnlfy Ibe elccllon ot Senator Hard- interested In Ihe mailer or re- Ing and or.e thp sMCess of (-overnor responsibllliy. Cox. Towns .within a radius of 30 ____ .------_ miles will be able la see the signals. TWO ENGmEEf-.O KILLED N. Y., Nov. -James Toole and Wm. M. Tuli imd -Wm. SchiilU all ot Auburn, were killed In' aV.'frqight in thJ Ixihlgh yalley .yanls, Auburn, this morning, when a .double header coal train ran Into. 'thVrcar cncl Of a trr.ln of box pulKng out of the yards., tt fj ft UTICA, N, Y., Nov. an -effort lo locate a.milligram of. radium valued at care- lessly dropped by .a .Woman .pa- tient In the Faxton iHotpltal here lorlay, workmen to dig Up the sewers In .the of the hOSpital, VAMCOUVER LIBS. NAME TICKET VANCOUVER, Nov. cpuvcr Liberals last night nom- inated Mrs. Halph Smith, at- torney-general J W deB rls, M. A. MacDpnald, K.C., Caplalu Ian MacKonzIe, Alder- man James flairisay and J. 1' TJoughcrtJ to contest thS six city seats lit the provincial elec- tipna December 1. Conserva- tives'will name' their candi- dates lemght Three candldales were nomi- nated by the fcderalcil labor party 10 contest the legislative elections for Vancouver city. They arc Thomas Klchardson, .1. S. Wooilsworlli nnd R. 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