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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1920 VAUDEVILLE BURN FIVE NEGROES AND HANG MOTHER ORLANDO, .Fta., Nov. FNe negroes have to death and another hung to a tree result of a fight which started st the polls at Ococee, near here last night, after election officials hid refused to permit Mose Norman, a negro, to vote on the ground that he: had failed to pay his poll tax. Two white men were shot and kilFed and..several others, includ- Ing a former police chief, were In the fishl which pre- ceded the wholesale lynching. negroes burned met death in houses in which they had congre- gated and which were fired. The sixth negro killed was taken from a jajl early this morning by a AGAINST CATTLE EMBARGO OTTAWA. Nov. :j. H. Grisdale, deputy minister of agriculture; stated last that he bad.rted it with much interest and with much pleasure an editorial in a Montreal paper ori the Canadian cattle embargo. He said: "This editorial summarizes tho sit- nation exceedingly weHr.nd not only optoiuizes the history-of tho.rembaVgo, fair to it, but what does not seem Is for the secretary of agriculture to again bring op the" of ill- health in Canadian herds, as ho does when he. states that it is still neces- sary to maintain this embargo for the protection ot the British locks and herds against Insidious disease that might possibly, come frorx Canada. ".We are quite closely in touch with years, 'but it secins to me to put tho present status of the affair in a nut- shell, when it declares that It 13 a extending as it does over th'c last SO I what' is1 happening oa the other side 1 in connection, with this embargo and feel that there U a strong sentiment spreading fairly rapidly through the meat consuming class against the maintenance of. this embargo on the Importation of Canadian stockers Into the British market for fattening on tho British pastures or fa the British feed case protection not for one .class .merely, but for one pa.rt 'of one c-lass: ns against nil the rest of the population ot the British Isles. This, ot course, is quite legitimate if the British.consumers wish to stand for ing pens. Sask. Farmers These resolutions are expected to nvoke considerable discussion. A Bainton ot Carleton, district director presided, Much interest in the pro nouncement that will be rnado in re- gard to' political action as reports oa this phasb of-the will be submit j ted at the medtlng tomorrow at which Ton. T. A.- Crerar Tfill attend. J. B, secretary and John Brans, a are PRINCE ALBERT, NOV. annual 'meeting ot District No. 12 of .the Saskatchewan "Grain Growers' as- sociation, -which opened here this morning a resolution Vas submitted .by- tho Henderson local demanding ;.the reinstatement wheat board or some such organization for market- 'ing grain. This'local also, submitted a1 resolution to the effect that political action ba taken by.the association in Ahe province of Saskatchewan. "'flcsolutions are Also "to iod ashing Jhat compDlled'to open nt 9 n.m.'and cloEO at 5 pjn.; condemning the Dominion govern- ment for failure to suspend tha in- creased freight rates; favoring tariff, reduction as na- fional policy; asking 'the. pfo'vinciai to provide nursosTor out- 'lylng rural districts; asking greater r6pecil in completing the Hudson Riy 'railway; asking that alien trunniea J. A. WALLACE, M.A., Of Norfolk County, representative of the U. F. O. on tho commission which is to report on the financial relations jetween tho Universities ot Ontario and t'ae Government, NOT GUILTY Canadian Press Comment On U.S. Election Result gelher with tie Colonial orchestra will complete the fine Ehow for today and Thursday. TORONTO, Nov. Canadian Press, Limited, has collected the fol- owing Canadian editorial comment on thti significance to Canada of tho elec- tion of Senator Harding, Kepubllcan, as president of tho United States. Toronto Globe: "In Canada the chief concern will bo over the attitude of tho neit president and tho liepublican uarly on tariff questions Mr. Hard- Ing has already declared 'for the policy, o! protection for American industry1 in dud lag wheat, and If the Republi- cans secure control ot the senate will endeavor, to make a substantial in- crease to the duties on agricultural products. These increases may not be equal to those of McKlnlcy or Dingley, but Canadians may be j pared for an additional barrier to trade between thn two countries." Toronto Mall and Empire: "Perhaps the underlying factor in the Democrat overthrow was tho feeling that it was lime for a change, that gcueral busi- ness was safer in tbo bands of the arty under which great businesses lit! been built up. lu the Unileo. States. On the surface the great is- sue was the entrance of the United St.ttes In the League ot Nations and his would appear to received a decided Montreal Lo_Canada: "The election of is> a-blow to the League of Nations but should not be regarded as a final and .definite verdict en that question. The result. IB rather a vlc- the case of Alfred Duf- fey, charged with perjury, the jury at the close of tho Wednesday morning] sittings of the court, relumed a ver-j diet of "Not and (ho defend- ant was accordingly acquitted. tory party tor tl lhau tho re-united Republican for Harding and the ail- Former King Spends Money Rapidly To Avoid Taxation BKRL1N, Sept. 23 (By Former King Ferdinand ol Bulgaria, fearing the inroads of the director .of tha Progressive: Leader .To; REPUBLICAN TICKET CARRIES MONTANA In response to a request from the ITerald for latest election informa- tion ,f row-Montana, fhe Great Falla Tribune Vires the Herald this Inform- ation: "On returns in hand it would ap- pear that Harding has carried Mon- tana" fifteen, thousand and that Republican, has shout fame.- majority. Entire Republican slato, ticket teems to be figures of-value yet' available, on. irrigation referen- dum. wera loyal i during .the war again, granted the franchise. be RENOMINATE DR. ROSE B.'C., w. o Rose, M. P. P., was unanimously nom inaled tonfght by tho Conservatives o this.riding for. the forthcoming pro- vincial election. la accepting the nomination he predicted the return o iho Conservatives to pOTver. Two Daredevis Perform On One Plane Big JIass Meeting at Prince Albert Nov. T. V. Crerar, leader of'the Progressive arty, is expected ,to arrive in Prlnco Hbert this evening and tomorrow ev- nlng will address 'a'mass meeting In ho Empress Theatre. At this meeting ilr. Crerar will fire the' first big gun n the- Progressives' campaign In Western Canada and his prono'nnce- he exposition-of that pGllcyVafe await-; e'd withikeeii- interest.' Mr. Crerar's visit to Prince Albert s tho more Important by .reason." ot :he visit last week of -the; Hon.- Mr. MacKenzie King, leader of the Liberal party. Mr. King OB that occasion lealed to; iabbr as is enjoying his -wealth by spending it. At Mcrgenthelra, which he Is .visit- 's for the sake of Ihe magnesia springs, he.leads a jovial and uncon- cerned existence In striking contrast to (the cloistered seclusion of the German Emperor at Ameron- ____ ....-naiuB-of Count von Muranny, says a writer in the Kvvoelt- Uhrblatt, Ferdinand is residing at the Kurbaus together with his suite com- posed ot chaplain, chamberlain, chauf- feur, footman; valet anil private secre- tary. His lavish eipeudilure has made him popular- in the town and surround- ing country, where the villagers see in him an eiublem of Ihe "good old times" and greet him with cheers as he drives past in an automobile. The fact that the British govern- ment has released the former King's sequestrated property is known to all and his earned for him the reputation; versaries of the league." St. John Times: "The pernocratic candidates' proposal to 'meddle with the affairs of the British Empire' by taking tha Irish question before tha teague of Nations ,evidently did not strengthen., their cause. assumed that a high tariff wall bo part of the new adminis- tration policy. The Canadian people will hope that In due lima her neigh- bor will join .Canada in the League of Gallons in fiscal matters the policy of the two countries may be of such a nature as to stimulate the growth of trade'between thera.'S Edmonton. Journal: "Tho hope ot the situation Is that during, the last week or so of the contest it became more evident that the Hoot-Taft com- bination had the upper hand. If they control the foreign policy of the now afimlnl.stration- the world -need have no tear as to the consequences. Cer- tainly' no British country need be afraid." :CaIgary Herald: ''The rcsull was not unexpected, nor does tho election of a Republican president mean near- ly as much as one .might have been led to expect from the oratory of the I election campaign with-respect to' international relations. More or less prominently throughout the campaign the League of Nations issue was dis- cussed. It is to be assumed that the people of "the.United States; who voted Harding into office, are generally dis- posed'to. take a share of the world burden, along vcith Britain, France, Italy-and the rest. There may be! some "more" talk, but In the end the Herald believes Die-United States will join the league." IREAT ALL COMEDY SHOW AT COLONIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Manager Len Brovyri is so determin- ed to give hls.'Colonlal patrons a comedy show on frMday and Saturday, that he left for Calgaty this morning, a.nd will return on Fri- day morning bringing with ban two of tho he has arranged to show on Friday and Saturday. Hather than take a chance on them not arriving in time, lie will bring-them with him on his return. On the big show for Friday and Saturday: theJotlowing all comedy fea- tures will be Shown: "Jiggs and the Social Lion." tho latest ot the popular -'Bringing Up "La La a five act all comedy ver- sion of the famous "Frenchy" Broad- way farce, In which Kddle Lyons and Lee Mgrau ulay the leads, and "Hubes and a two reel Vltagraph special comedy, featuring Earl Mont- gomery and Joe Rock. Together with Ihis array of laugh "provoking mater- ial, the latest eplsoje of Jack Demp- sey's serial" Daredevil Jack" will be shown. Added to all thin, Friday nljht will ha Country Slore night an well. Some show, boy, sbnia shovf- 1.. AT THE PHOENIX v Have you ever tried to bulldog a steer? Have you ever seen it done on the plains? Have you ever seen this daring stunt .shown on' tho screen? No, you haven't, but you will when you view tho latest Tom Mix picture, "Treat 'Em at the' Phoenix Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This is only one of the dozen or more thrills that have .been put !n this picture to make It the boit Torn Mis has.over done. will hold your breath toward .the finish Xhen you see Tom IS ix roll down a steep Incline in a hotwle'is