Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE VvEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920 Ttb OAILY AND WEEKLY and PublishersOUTH CAROLINA- NEBRASKA- NEW NEW MEXICO- NEW JERSEY- NORTH RHODE ISLAND- SOUTH i WASHINGTON- WEST WISCONSIN- SCRAPS FROM THE DEBRIS A SEVERE TRIAL Few people can stand prosperity when'It comes to their. neighbors. NOT GUILTY "Isn't your little boy ambidextrous, Mrs. "Not at all not bit. caught him in a lie in my liCe." I uever several.days near Brownsville, Texas, and then tour, the Patianm canal zone. .Governor-Cox also is planning.a va- cation "pn'a hunting trip in Mississippi. New ;York, home of both SenatorYHarding and Gover- n'or and Pennsyl- .v'anla furnished the'Tarnest Repub-'. llcan pluralities. That of New ;.Yoi-k, where-Nathan L. Miller, R'.- piiDlican, was elected over Gov- ;_.er.hor Smith'jn the gubernatorial fight was clo'se to the million ,mark; Ohio-.was around IM.inois, at the present rating about about X, i Gain Seats In. N. Y. __ _ illfnrnla.'.where. Senator Phcl-! Returns from 41 of the 43 congres- tralllng'lar behind slonal New'York state _ _ tial and senatorial ticketsleaflIng, For- mer Spealicr Clark was in'a race, but ,a thousand votes to. the SENATORS ELECTED For the second time In Its history in a, national election, Boston wen Republican, giving Harding a plur- ality of more than as compar- ed with Wilson's plurality of In 1916. McKlnley's plurality ove Bryan In Boston in 1S96 was Convinced by early returns of hi election lo the presidency, Warren G Harding issued a statement sayln that instead ol being exultant ove the result he was "more given to pray er to God to make me capable of play Ing my Hard ing. carried Maine by the lai sest plurality ever given a presidential candidate' in Of the first. 16 cities to complete their returns, lox carried only one! In 1916 Wilson carried 12 of these cities. The Socialists claim that they poll- ed between two million and a hall and three million votes. "The landslide-is here. !t- Is a triumph for Americanism and a repud- iation that forever buries the Wilson League of John T..Adams, in Chicago, Republican western head- riuarters, said In a statement to the Associated Press. :-The Republican ticket carried Buf- falo by about President Wilson's home district In Cool- idge by'about fiye to Onej- a'ccbrding to election officials; Harding carried almost every ward SOUTH D. Smith Glass U. Fletcher (Dem.) W. Uudenvboc long term; J. T. Hotllii short term. GEORGIA Thos. B. Watson NORTH B. Over- man VERMONT W. P. Dillingham Curtis .H. :Cara way NEW HAMPSHIRfc-Geo.'H. MOB es NEW W. Wadswortt Scott. Ferris -Penrose C. YiT. Eockham B. :Brandeget (Hep.) a gain. SOUTH MARYLAMHrSmltn, M. ShortrMge. Republican and election of ?5jRepubican with. Senator Harting even farther and 1C Democrafs; the other two dls ticket, adoptioc of the' tricts still being; missing larly today. Iin Cleveland. alien Ir-.rtd law amendment, relating to The present representation In the Thirty-four senators were elected 17; Republicans 15) expiring on Morch 3, 1921, .and 2 being selected1 to fill the .unexpired terms-Mo March 4, by the deaths bf Senator John H. Bankhead Alabama, Jananese land had a large lower bouse of congress from New ajorlty. York Include 21 Republlcans'and 19 Prohibition was a subject not re--Democrats, with three seals vacant, flecled upon the face of returns but'in the. 41 districts reported .the He- Representative Volstead of Minnesota; publicans made a net gain of five. The author of the prohibition enforcement EepubllcaES elected thslr._ cah'diuatfig. (Continued From Front Page.) round for the objects of their devo- tion, tucked them In (after thi girls had daintily powdered 'their and away they They were headed for that very naughty Montana grav- ing the scenery and of the mountains, they chose this highly ro- manallc route to the Stateaf- law, was In a close race. i in seven'.districts now reported "-byjand Senator Thomas S. T'arlln, Dem.) Republican governors In but the latter succee'ded Virginia.' Both unexplred terms have cut, former Senator. in electing two representatives In dis- Lewis was defeated by Lem j tricls that now have" Republican con- Kansas, and I gegsmen. New Hampshire were successful. And i The Republicans will have larger in Tennessee. Governor Roberts, upon working majorities In both branches unofficial returns, was behind Taylor, jot the nest state Republican, but with Democrats claim- Ing Roberts' election. elected In' each house the two-thirds majority'necessary to pass bills over With but tew final or ofHclal returns the governor's veto, If necessary. decisive pluralities and leads indicate certainty of votes In the electoral col-] lege for Harding: From tbe returns available early to- day the Republicans were certain of 35 members in the state senate, while California, 13; Colorado, 6; Connec- j -were sure of fourteen, tlcuf, 7; Delaware, 3; Illinois, 23; In- the C0ntest3 m the second and dlana, 15; Iowa, 13; Kansas. 10; Maine, 6; Massachusetts. IS; Mich- igan, 15; Minnesota, 12; Nebraska, S; New Hampshire, 4; New Jersey, 12; New York, 45; Ohto, 24; Oregon, 19th, districts doubtful. Socialists Re-Elected The five Socialist assemblymen who were twice expelled appear again to And then, ns' they; whirled out of Utah. 4; Vermont, 4; W :e foothills into the Pass-some- s; __wi! Pennsylvania. 38; Rhode Island, 6; boen elected. All of the Social iont, 4; Washington, candilales for congress were de erod Mr. King, To read a political motive In tho reception to be given Mr. Moighcn by the Women's Canadian Club Is not a reflection, as the Albertan advances, on women of Cal- gary but' on women In general. We feel sure that any Body of womeu, Can- adian club or otherwise, whatever the foothills into the thing horrible happened.: They ran out of gaa. And, although the" little ladles wept, the Chevrolet refused to run on tears. There they were stranded oh the Frank place fraught, with terrors. The crushed: ahd'humillaled, escorted their sweethea-U to a hotel, where they found cover for tho night. And the boys, there, could bo no warm, while bed for them, .llnnk they trudged to Iho .Frank slide and tha Chevrolet.. .'among- the giant rocks torn up when' the moun- tain was twleted and ijisficsd by the famous slide of some .years ago, they built a flro. And in the lonely hours HI llle morning they, were touna ,by: the A. I1. I', men, who' by sheer chance, Wyoming, 3. Total 329.. Isconsln, 13; tented, Including Hlllqult; and London. I Debs. Iho Socialist candidate for, pr.es- Governor Cox had safely the fol-jWent .polled a vote estimated at OOD IE the stale. The most Important Alabama. 12; 5; Florida. I change In the state assembly Is the been filled, pending this year's elec- tion, by appointees; the Alabama seat by Bi-axtpn B. Comer, who was not a PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR T H-B BUST MAN Union Bank shareholders will re- ceive this year a bonus of two per cent, on their stock. George H.-Snoad, who for the past two years has been managing the Cole- _, man Hardware store, leaves for ThrcjsV Hillsi will.fill similar poBltlori 'with the .Three Hills Lady Frances Hadlleld has been granted an unconditional decree" oi divorce from Sir Robert A. HadflelO, British steel manufacturer, in Minden, Nevada. A property settle- ment was effected out of court, ac-- cording to the despalch. Rev. Caiinou Charles Frederiel Smith, M. A., of Hellngsley, Sussex, who died leaving property to the value of 14s. Id. by. his will gives 140 acres of land In the Province ol Alberta, Canada; for the 'welfare o! candidate for election, and the Vir-l tho o; Grapd Prairie, -AHa., fot by Glass, who was a park, to be forever "a saiic- .iij_i- r tuary for man, bird, and beast." a candidate .for election. The United Slat- j senate has 90 members. The Democrats, 48 last house had 47 Republicans and 1 Progressive Republican. The House of- Representatives prior to the election had 232 Republicans, ISO Democrnts, 2 Independor-' Republi- cans, 1 Independent, 1 Prohibitionist, and 9 seats were vacant. Boston baa not been carried by a Republican national ticket since 1SS6, according to party leaders. Pre- sident Wilson carried the city by ap- proximately In the last presi- dential contest. i Senator Ilarding's home precincts In Marion, Ohio, gave him '373; Cox 75. Eugene V. Deba, Socialist candidate of 'c. lana, 10; Mhjisslppi 10; Norlli Car- Swt-el. who was not a caddldale r6turns ln the al ollna, 12; South Carolina. P; Texas, 20; Virginia. 12. Total'127. i Lacking suffident relurna and doubt- ful votes were tlio following: Arizona. 3; Idaho, 4; Maryland, 8; Missouri, IS; Montana, 4; Nevada..3; Sweet has nsrv-j o-l In tho assembly since. 1910 and been speaker since 1314, Threo mo-nliers of the assembly will ad- vance to tlio senate as a result of yes- tc-irtsy's election. They are Martin C-. 3; North Dakota. 5; M.iCuo who will represent ihc Oklahoma, 1C; Tennessee, 12; South Iccnth district; Frank .L. Win wall, Dakota. .5. Total 15. Resume: Harding Cox Doubtful i whi will succeed Senator as tho I representative fr.im Albany, and D. 329 IT. Ames, who will be senator from 127 tho 51st district. most interesting bit ot real rohiaflce; In the history of :lheir carceis ;n tile Total 531 COURT AT miRMAN The Republican ticket, nTiu scnatorlrtl, was Icntling Ill's morn-t tng .tn Arizona, N'ovnfla, Idaho, Mis- souri, Montana and South Dakota. AT END OF THIS WEEK thejr politics may happen to be, would do the same, thing 'as the particular' women of Calgary, In the Instinct of :'tholr Bex to honor one who la tho of tho Primp. Minister of.Canada, Alberlan, Inline com.meat must cause resent amongst nil. women, in accepting the fact that the wife'of a politician must necessar- ily he ol the tamo political opinion as her husband, assuming that she 15 without any particular views of her In Oklahoma the race wiis to tin the closest in history with ttto Demo-' (By Start Reporter) Nov. GOVERNORS ELECTED SOUTH DAKOTA McMa'ster WEST VIROINIA-Morgan crrits riliearl. Official ngures from Barter will he Friday Tcnneesiic gave Governor Cox a I will nnr! anliirday to dispose ol tbe ad- with only one fifth of tho ro- (oiirnnd docket of liquor Court, turns In. In Maryland, Senator Hnr.i- ns before, will ba held in the town "Ing had a slight lead, but Senator hall.. Smith, Democrat, was running ahead The c.ises to be concluded arc those of the Democratic ticket with an ed- rif the Crown vs. 0. Orlando, Roy ynhtage over his Republican opprmr.nl. Volpe, Ceo. Gnmos, Mat Mallno, K, contest In Mlasaurl nlso was H.irrow, Peto Bclecjiy and Angelo No self-respecting woman of these modern days will submit to this unrallant In fact, we believe that the accusation of taking part In Jiolltlca would' haVe been be- ;coml.ng had .the women ot the Canad- ian; Club not decided act as they Intend to. In the ge Canadian Clubs, tbe Calgary Is only ISLAND Sanccouchl CAROLINA Cooper MASSACHUSETTS-COX RHODE (lie SOUTH erf- clorsed by Non-Partlsan League. NEW Miller, MICIlIOAN-Olveaboc'ri, NEW Brown, age law. The returns reached the prison -authorities from the Atlanta newspaper 'offices by telephone and were proniptly'commuhlcated to Dabs in his cell. Harding carried New Haven. by Wilson carried It in 1018 by Senator Harding carried Hyde the home town of FranWIn floose-l volt, Democratic vice-presidential noin- Inee, by Sfi votes. The Republican" presidential candl- ilalc carried' the home district of Charles V. Murphy, Tammany Hall loader, in obtaining 203 votes to 131. for. Cox. New York City, normally Demo- cratic, went for HarrVng by at least rial! a million. Hardins carried two warrjs in tho city of Atlanta, Ga., and two parishes in Iho Louisiana sugar belt, both Democratic territories. dency and two years later was elect- ed United States senator from Ohio In 1016 he acted as temporary chair- man of the Republican national con- vention at Chicago. Colvin Coplidge, vlce-presUlcnlial candidate of the er "law aua governor ot Mas- sachusetts, Is just what'his name sturdy son of New Eng- land, unassuming, almost taciturn, en- dowed with a singleness of- purpose and determination.. He was admitted to the bar inilSOO nnd took ent'part in the government. Ho haa served' several terms' In the senate and -was elected lieutonant-governor In 191C and goyernor'in 1919. Ho was re-elected "1920. His firm stand for law' during the police strike In Boston brought Cool- Wge national' recognition. Mr. Cool- idge .was-born .In' 1872.' close, with ihc Republican prcslden- Ancto. LONDON, Nov. (Canadian 'Prcssj-Klsarcs In the As- which Is always obstinate, shows a able majority against accept- ancc, but will not have the necessary THE VICTORIOUS PAIR i i ii n crs ballot are so Incomplete that U majority, warranting' the would to foolish lo general continuanco of the strike. Tho feature I wan olotled state senator and was Senator Warren (J, Harding, pres- ident elect, 'selected at tho Chicago Republican convention as the party's candidate for president, wna born November 2, ISGfi, near Corsica, Morro-w county, Ohio. Ho graduated in 1S81 ami three yeeara later lie- r.aino a newspaperman. In 1S99 he deductions. It Is wpetlcd that York- tbe coJ fields Is the small per- re-elected In 1001, At the close of his shire ami Northumberland will have ccntngo of votes cast. This seems lo second lenri, ho wag clcclcil to the office, of llcuUnnnt-govcrnor o( the state. 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