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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, Itti ttbe Devalfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETH3RIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED :126 W. A.'BUCHANAN dent and Managfcg Dirfc'oior JoVc Terra nee Builnets Manager .Member AuiJIi Bureau of Subscr.'pll'ju Kates' Oatly, delivered, pei -25 Daily, par year.......SCO Daily, by null, (or C mon'Jis 2J Dally, bj- mall. 3 montha !l.5i i in the vote of the Massachusetts mem- bers of the electoral college In the event that this slate should go demo- ccratlc In the November election If possible. This because of the Inclus- ion ot the ballot, among the democrat- ic candidates for electors for Cox and Roosavelt, ol the name of Charles Francis Adams. 2nd. treasurer of Har- vard College and s'slpyer of the yacht hesoluto in the America's Cup races. who had. requested that his name be Mr. .Adams. said. thai been selected 'by.the.'donwcraUe con- vention withoul his knowledge, and author vrould take "doubt meait in maVIn? in held that he.would he glvhis Mr: Boylo "o-.r the Cdverumeni the opportunity to deny it: This he evidently considered ivai a duty I'm- posed.on him.: But at the Eamo'time we "must admit that he did not choose the" proper nor even tbe_ fair way. thing to make public rumor that hurts." If is another to substan tlale Ihe rumor. In fnirness'lo those against whom the shafts of riinior are levelled, no matter whom they be whether Cabinet Ministers or tho humblest citizen, every precaution should be taken to see-that the rumor is or .can be substantiated before launching It forth. If .rumor is -to relied on, then no individual, public or-- private; -'li Eafo-Jllt onl> requires-some; o.he to Eay.that heard It iald. that so-and-so Is'a'thlef'or a'villlan; arid immediately the charac'ler of that individual Is. Impugned' and It may very often be needlesslyi' -There' It loo bf ibis reliance' without taking thought of the effect H may possibly have-on the innocenti It is7a cruel game 'at best. 'Belter far iB-fie present to Mr. Boyle acquainting him ot the rumor and then, If necessary, lo have placed the rumor with the answer to It Ji etc re the jjublic, so leaving .lie public- lu'a'po'slffon to form conclusion In the course, taken by the Jones he. has allowed himself an Imputation which for all he or anybody else may have fallen.on a guiltless man who has to bear which that but to judge aa It Is. ..These afe-iiot fair ami we feel sure th'a.( Mr, Jones sili come tosses would have ted a far Better "purpose tjie indisputable facts in land'before forced body of :lho -victim'. Thejt Franco-Prussian war, July 28, USVpjJV'Jariuary.JS, 1S71.. Patrick to prdvs to the Irish the doc- trine Trinity. .4. .He had .one son named Hamnet who died when 12 years old, and two married'daughters. 5. Such as end with the same word as they begins.with> as in the spring ot both." "ol; Mr. Adams WaVplac- G. An' Act passed In North America ed on the ballot.' Oct.- has parsed' and .o'ur llillo lowti has gone dry In'm'ore (vaVs than one. The village waterworks IE not behav- ing aa II consequently the most Igbt Is canylug ill In'search of this precious and most necessary liquid. ilrs. John Coghlll7 was agreeably surprised.on i'riday-evening when' twenty-two of the Women's Institute; members Called upon vber. A moat enjoyable evening was time _. stories' cshmeuls PICKED UP IN PASSING F 0 i? ,B Y. A N T. W, HoJley, prominent real estate man a, Winnipeg.' The child looks up In wonder And tries the stars: He hears the streakers thunder Across the hidden He wastes no time professing A faith tliat is profound. But, being young. Is guessing God makes the world go 'round. The bridegrcW strokes her And folds her in bis arms; He tells her she possesses The charms; Too glad to think of breaking The tie by which he's bound, He thinks that SHE Is making The lovely world go 'round. The petty offlceholder. Plumped hi an easy scat, While wiser men and older that he. did not wish to stand as a can- rtUate for, election; a The letter requesting .withdrawal of his lo'Michiel A. 0'- Leary, bbalrruan Slate committee, did not reach the Sell pencils In the street, committee headquarters until :twenly- Believes that he is listed five minute's before the esp.lration of AVHMhose who are renowned, the time for withdrawals oniSeptera- her iO. Mr. Adams' was notitte'd Im- mediately by telephone that withdraw- al'could be accomplished by sworn statements by tfie candidate, according, to the chairman, but the 'i'iime without faction, In 1666 'excluding voters ID the States lately in.rebellion from the franchise; disfranchising all Southern- ers over 25.years of age. foi1' revenue must necessarily be a, tariff for tho proleclion of home industries, -This IE the article of tariff faith which las been Imbibed from.the Premler.by iiis prize convert, Hon.-J. A. Caider, whom he Is taking with him. on his tour as a special ex- ed on the ballot' of Mr. Adams, should he be is In question. He has said that heiUnderstood an electpt had a legal right to vote as he wished; Chair- man'O'Leary expressed the'.'opinion that Mr, Adams, would vote In accordance with the apparent wish of the. people who elected him! .--Negro -Women Refused Ballots SAVANNAH, 2.VNegro women, .were hallota, at the voting today. Many negro 'women have registered here "since Ihe' suffrage amendment Ana thinks that, unassisted? 'He makes the-world 80 'round. What fools they are who flatter Th'eniselves, as most men do, By thinking it can mailer What hopes of theirs como-true! But I am wondering whether, It 1 were under ground, Forgetting wind and weather, The world would still go 'round. Stonewall, Manitoba exhibition buildings were desroyed by fire: The nsw Lord Fermoy died sudden- ly iu London. There Is an outbreak of smallpox In the St, Albert district near Edmonton. W. K. Elliott, otie of the leading clt- Izeus of Brampton, Out., Is dead. Regina cllizehs presenled a purse of lhat place in a few days. Mr. to Inspector C. .P. Hitch of tho hill has a position at Maple Loaf. police force, upon his retirement. beingHakeh up. with music, and a1 social chili Daluly refn and candy jrere after which Mrs. Cogblli was presented with a cut KJass cream aud sugar set. Mr. and Coghlll Intend spend the winter in Pusburg aud will leave for Several new families have moved I Into town. I Mr." Cnasi; ;Faui5on and "family moved Into .the Treadway housa. Mr. and Mre. Edwards and daughter have taken the tor the Mr. Swart, of the Cowley Trading company, is moviug his family from Her. J. D. McCraa of Petrolia, has The Ontario' Baptist convention urged a federal marriage law appllc able'to nil bavo in New gone to Calgary to take In the opera "Chn Chin Chow." Mrs: Lawrence Moore Vcoi was a visitor in Calgary last week. On Tuesday evening the Lorne 'Ileltner was "sentenced to IS months'in! the reformatory a i Simcoe, Ont. Cowley A.-Lcart: I John C. Murray, .who came west In 1BS1, and an'esteemed citizen of th; tiblt of- one who has come to his became effective, but the 'election ite law senses as to'the true meaning and application'of tiriff principles, ns laid registration the Premier's travelling mate at; Moose months before an' election.. white women presented them- selves at the polls'." Now If Premier Meigben so wishes he can lay' down the true principles of free trade, and he will be perfectly correct In so-doing were he to say that tariff duties are -imposed s'oleiy for -revenue :an 'equivalent ex- cise tax Is Imposed within the country so as to put. the domestic producer precisely on Ihe footing ot bis foreign competitor. -That 'Is the one and'only principle of free trade, and be foolish -to think that the Premier Is'npt aware ot this. Free trado prin- mean the tiding -awa? 'yjfh'.dutiea on articles produced' in "the' where these articles'- have to .meet in competilion simlfa.r goods imported, excise leare that the home pro- Hills' Is dead. He Intend to leave Kliprfly for Scotia, where Mr. Lank has lumber- Ing Interests.'. Mr. George Birkett, manager of Ihe Cowley U. F. A. store, has accepted a'position In Inn i stall. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Easterbrook have returned from a visit with Mrs. Easterbrdok's parents at Wrentbam. has not been much fall plow- ing done on account' of the Ontario, a call to ubua0ry weather. J'he snow storm on Thanksgiving Day helped a little but was not. sufficient to keep the soil Threshing is practi- cally .finished and'.eYeryone Is busy grain. and will In future devote his llre lime to the Labor publication. Olat.Swapson was killed and his vlfe wounded at Hitchcock, Sask., fol- owlug a quarrel wllh O. C. 1'age, a neighbor, over a dog. which Page be- loved, to. have killed some of his- iheep.. .Victoria'! Grand Army .of United Veterans have chosen two nominees contest .Victoria, R. P, McLeruan and C. K. Christian. For Saanlch riding the G. A. U. V, has nominated one candidate, Captain M. A. Orford. To succeed Bishop Lotthousc, who Is retiring at tho end of.the present year, a new bishop of. the Anglican dolcese bt Keewatin Is shortly to bo selected, according lo the Church of England, .authorities at Winnipeg. Peter Z. CaverhHl, formerly chief forester of New Brunswick sluce 1917 assistant to the chief forester at Victoria, has. been appointed chief forester of British Columbia to suc- ceed M. A. Grainger, As. the result passage of a new ordinance at 6ttawa the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been given full poorer to regulate all traffic during, the coining winter info the MacKcnzle'river district, wuere the oil strike reports are expected .to'attract inauy. W. Kcriwick, a Macleod old-timer has resigned his position with W. G. Andrews. Hardware and Is leaving in a few days to assume tho duties of a new situation with Adams, .wholesalers In hardware Calgary. Jilr, Kenwlck has been, a resident of Macleod for nearly twenty came west from Bradford, Ont. William H. Hitch died Buddcniy iri- the provincial police court room 'at Hadisson, Sask., during the hearing of a case there. The Rev. O. D. Ridge. A LOST-ILLUSION I always meet-her on my way ;eam the 'salary I get; I used to thlnk-of her all day, Biit-afterTthls'I shall forget. She's pretty; yet if she should die My wouldn't show? Last night I-heard her saying I Was "such a funny-looking simp." TEMPERAN'Cfe LECTURER DEAD CONVICTION QUASHED i( REG IN A, Nov. conviction of Victor Fbrsill at. Prince .Albert last Febmaty on a'charge of causing'griev- bus bodily harm to. one: James .Mc- quashed by 'the 'Saskatch- ewan court ot appeal tpdp'.'-Forsill was tried on two irig was "doing grervlous thu pastorate .of. th'e.'Strathcona Bap- tist chu'rch, Edmonton.. C. S' of Baptist missions In Manitoba has) been asked to become pastor of Hill- Baptist'church, "Calgary. The four western provinces will be visiled next sunimer by a party of journalists' .from the'important1 cities of the Rev. Dr. Jowett, the noted London who has been suffering from yjivai i' UIOEII counts, "6-e'of and general fa- second charge' "as been ordered to" take six bodily harm while hunting game out of season On "the. first-count he was acquitted. .The appeal .court holds'the j acquitting accused on the first count, Wreck Delayed Triffic Near With Big Crop TORONTO, Nov. 2 Alecla all possible grounds'for, a verdict of Hitchcock, well' known temperance guilty, on the second count are re- lecturer, died here today. moVed. months' complete rest. He is shortly soiug to Southern Franco. Elmer E.- Roper, editor ot'the Al- berta has severed his The Edmonton Bulle- tin, where he has been foreman of the press department for cud i half resentatives, engaged In the retail hardware' business for himself for- about S years, later selling to W. G. Andrews, with whom he has sines held a managerial Times. Mayor Booker of Hamilton has no sympathy with the agitation of the people who would stop smoking. Dis- cussing -the question he said; be- lieye that these people are affected -willi a form of hydrophobia. They are nearly as bad as the people who wanted to cut off cigarettes rroH ths soldiers. I believe that there is tem- perance in all 'eveh .reform. The word of the woman who started this, that she Is 'doing the Almighty's is blasphemy." To women and one man wer6 killed., and another man perhaps Injured fat- ally Sunday when .the, automobile In which tiny were riding left the road and over-a 30-foot embankment near, Deephaven, Lake Mlniietbnka, about 15 miles trom Minneapolis. Tho dead-arc: Miss Mercedes Nolan, S'lln neapolis; Miss Helen McGqe, St._Paul; and Harland Hudson, Minneapolis, driver. .James H. Walker, ot St. Paul, la not expected" Miss Nolan was the daughter of: W. I.. Nolan, speaker of the Minnesota bouse of.rep- (From Our.Own Correspondent) Nov. have been In order'the.-past few days. Friday evening'the High (teachers in a becoming fashion, 'and take undue advantage Saturday night the teachers.-.o'f of'thV'duty Imposed on the foreign Public school gave a full JMowe'en school scholars entertained their becoming 'i -o'f It places both prnlucts on footing, anfl has the distinct tho manufacturer has accusation which he was not In lh< 'position to bring, home. Those have communicated tha report to 5Ir Jones should bo prepared to come'" forward anil 'adduce their p.oof Falling this they will be guilty of very reprehensible conduct. i I Ke though not in the actual norda, hut in what they implied, based td pay bis of the turlff revenue, ttis present system the consumer, bas to pay It all, in the op- porluntly the protective tariff gives :op.enable the manufacturer to bring hjs prices as near as possible to the advantage which the tariff gives him. No one desires lhat Canadian Industry should be-placed at a disadvantage by .the foreign article, with better facilities for manufacture, being allow- ed to come iu free- and so swamp the home Industry, but what is primarily desired by those who advocate a tar- iff for revenue is that they should be placed precisely on the fooling of the Imported articles. Tbls an excise duty would allow. By this the Canadian manufacturer would bo able to meet competition fairly In the proper sense PREMIER ARTHUR MEIGHEN AND TARIFf may be said In any particular beyond "others, It may well be said to bo in .the finesse of his logic. In this ho frequently brings to bear on tho Jnnttcr in argument a peculiarly aca demic skill which, however It may appeal to a mind so built, does intit stand out against the logic of exper- idnce. With this In mind it Is not surprising that he Is dogmatic, In that he assumes things which are not In fact. iSpeaking In Winnipeg on October 20th, the Premier, In the view he. takes in regard to tree trade and pro- tective principles, made the slatement, as1 reported verbatim In the Montreal I say to Mr. King that Great Britain had a tariff on the frco tratle dre53 party' T1ii-5 i enjoyed by all the younger pupils, and had an educat- ing cifccL The programme was pro- vided by the scholars., the Influence of all being home, early and out of mischief. rmb'fnin5 as eri north-bound'freight traifi .vras npa'rlng the first bridge, one car jumped the track, taking seven others with It. Some ofvthe. cars wel-e --.damaged, others were only upsetKFor a''time It looked as If now stores were being opened In a new The north- bound mall and passenger train did not get out till noon, when the train froir. Calgary transferred. The .track was cleared in the evening. was hurt. The big delivery of wheat-iontinueg at the elevators, and so far no short- age of cars is reported. W. B. Young, one of the successlu! farmers south of Madeort, compleler his threshing last week, and Is now busy hauling'his grain with horses, and expects to have his large grain truck working In a short time. The teams make one trip per day. but of'the-word Instead of unfairly with wittl 'hroe p- even_four the unfair advantage which a tariff gives him to fix prices at the ex- pense of the consumer. Mr. Melghen In his Winnipeg speech staled lhat his Government had no sympathy wllh Ihoso who a prohibitive tariff, on home-made- goods. If the principle of protection. Is adopted It Is difficult to see how far It is removed. If at all, from a prohibitive lorlff. The principle Is tho principle for two To provo this he went on to say: "They taxed tea and tobacco, and coffee and i same -If Canadian gooods are to be sp'lces, and liquors and tho like." Ills protected from the similar Imported article. Or again, the principle of proleclion la very much nkln If not deliveries tan bo made. Mr. Young says his teams were hauling feed all iast winter from town, this year they will haul grain to town.- He has Over ten thousa'd. bushels of No. 1 wheat, and almost seven thousand bushels of barley, besides oats and Crops further south between the rivers are very good, and Borne large yields ot flax arp-FTOporled. R. F, Rarnes left during tho week for further (raining In the Flying Corps at Ollawa. argument was that no duty was placed commodities that wero home In- dustries. This ho recognized as tho principle of free trade. Mr. Melgtien would have had tnc argument liad Ills facts been absolutely correct. But, surely, Mr. Melghcn must know, in the same as the principle of bonusing. They both tend to tho same thing. Will Premier Mclghen nrgue tbal the LEAVE TO ATTENb LEAGUE OP NATIONS OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian Press) Tomorrow afternoon Sir George Fosler, minister of Irade and commerce, and Hon. C. J. Doherly, minister of Juslice, as Canadian dcle- Enlcs to the assembly of the League manufacturer should lie nonused? the principle of free trade and the Nallons leave Ottawa for Geneva. Tlioy will be met In by Hon. the attention ho has .given the tariff! principle of protection nro the only jproblem that (bere (3 such an In-jtvo ihlnga 'd.ustry as manufactured tobacco In