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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1910 letbbrto.je alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY subject serious enough, to engage the minJs ol ihe Church Congress la England In the middle of last month, i The prowih of. spiritualism has las an ot tho Us a DIOJU? cJ lur of sorrow" ihe in !t gives. The bishops aiul tfcc clersy c( ibe Anglican Church ap Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lcthbrioge W. A. Buchanan President atd Matiagias Director tohn Torrance Business Manager 10 Iu ihat sp'rii lulls 01 tu luatiy Has Ml- ins a void wJjicb the churches should fhavi? fitlcd 'Otis ago, This was OF CHARGES AC MOT ME DEPI. was not wry (bo 3 he TO Kev. S. L ihfti one lho charges referred to i repon iho couuiis5iun appointed TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office acknowledged bv the Doan of OTTAWA. Nov. with lopln'on ot the minister of Justice- as expressed lo Mr. Gulhri'c, "the mem- bers ol tbe order resuling lu the novi- tiate woso from the opera- tion of (he acl, and were not called upon to register Tor medical exauiiua- (ton' or for service." lhc ,he Guolph 1 noviiUto raid. exonerating lion. ot iho enormous kiss 01" lifo J. Doaeny, minister of Justice, con- Mtmber Audit Bureau ot Circulations war Md I ten a coiisuK'niMe jlinues- I2a2 -u ,iie ,ri0ijC t The department of justice The Chuivh E'usht to con-JMrr al Guelph la their i sider "how far we inav be responsible to obtain iriforrratioa as to tbe slams our hea'talloTis nudtimidity forihejpr of the Guclpn uovltl- .ftciihaispirilualismhH seemed -s no foundation 10 supiOy a human need which lhis chRrge. The nrnister of have me: by iho Christijn Church jlice, the responsible legal head of die Subscription Rates: wjpj doctrines immortality ami -Dominion govern ruonf. was charged Dally, per week .li.v (V j f ;under ihe sialulo with the duly of Dally! delivPre-J vear ____ 7.30: 'seelug ihat the administration of tlie Daily, liy null, per year 5.0-iJ In remirks on spiritualism. was in accordance with mail, per" year 1.5J' 1'c-an won I oa to say "h Is i ihe laws. It having coma lo his kaow- IVeetly. by mail, nor year to C.S ]_n0 lo iVirJus? ihe whole sublet terfEe that MacAulay was acting il- pear (Hiiy "n address lAbsl. Acxt-pi-j nauseous fraud. Fraud oi course. I legality "of bis conduct, and of commit- ce of papers j-.ficr Aspiration d-uc-l aiWiivS a and every careful cuiins'with the minister or Iho uct'.ug our ID c-oniicuc- tie ficrintion. b'jt COCH3ANE WHAT IT MEANS r.ro ilir days OE eociJl auJ C'atjad.i it is n: jst niunifi1; lu r.j othrr V.LIV ihp o ihe byp-clceiion be ci3. Tlio utfcji of i lie- of lii Slrwi-rt rovcrjimr-nt vn .Monda is itaitTJi refLociion of lhc refill in a- will alw. by ii nil ihe facU.' be on li? zi. 'head of (he I bavins fliarge 'of the mailer and asking that ;xms be 10 MacAulay to desist jhis violations of the laiv. H is not our province lo Ui no other way. it is suggested ihal liiriTUHlism. Ii is sufficient thai it! the -nin'ster cf Ju'jtica or dcparlnieiiL 'has opened ihe evea of iho churcli, i 1 ni the Church iti in. so ihe dc- eiiended special privileges !n LoicesJer. ihal there'to au insiitute which should have been Us scniettiiJip iu bridgms of (Jijs i treiifd llfce any otber Institution" life ihe iiexi. In tlie way ol CODI-J no fouc a.lon. and liope. which il has Tailed rallf directei? was IH.S la i the turnmg of people to (bat Ii was not shown that auy soiat.'e Tvli'di ihey lind in si suuon. piriTinlinn, privilege was ever eiiended to it. a cotzibfnaticn in the rul- VVi.1 tan-joi coDCciire iliai ihe Coch; rune be construed 'as vole ol o; confidence on the part or tho farmers in the Stewart govern; iiicr.l UL Hdcionicu. for iL eESenlially ;L rsr.rsr coveramfnT. Tthlch the grsatert for comylalat has beca tint it has dome loo much for the and loo little for tbe urlian centres.' Ralhe'r we I THE SPREAD OF THE FARMERS''MOVEMENT It is not ouly .in-Canada that the been said. ;nevr knonii as ihe Farmers'; fourth, Third. "It was sa'd tbal ihe Hon. r j Dohprty taterfereij wlth Capt MaoAulay on Iho night of June 7. while hel L'api. Mac.Xuliy. was carry- 103 out the instructions ol his super- ior officer." This is covered by wliat has already "That ihe department of Party is leaking strides. The, farmers justice. IhroucH Us tainisler prevented o( Frnnce are" organized for polhtcal jthe P-ae'08 jl1 military aenrico ot young ol mililary age residing m the institution." purposes i3il will mafee- themEelvea promineoL in tbe election to take place in December. The farmers' organization is known as the Genera) Agricultural. .Fedcrti- od NaljoQdl Union ct Peasants. it as the mhral desire 0' hrmera lThe P'alforln embraces opposition to ol Alberta lo test rteir I Bolshcvisa1' bcUcr edu- political strength with a view lo en- couraging the farmer element in other parts of Ihe province- to organize politi- cally for future elections. There will be at least one caKoti, and an mental stations. In speaking of. the of movement In of Applications Double Last Snow in District 1CKED UP IN ASS ING ron THE (From Our Own MACLEOD, ?-ov. To: (he Victory Loan are much pleased with ihe first work. The num- ber o! applications are inoro thau j} double Ihau during tbc Eanic number J of days as year, but Lho amount' of totals Is in and with n good week's now that the 13 on. MnelcoJ find district will keep up their reputation of doing tbclr bit and doiug U well. AVhen (he time is up -llacleori will bp found among1 those who did their share and rank tbe hest. Capt, and Mrs. Uafcer roturncJ from Mayo Bros., where ibcy were in con- sultation, and are. pleased to be back In Alberta. riro will bo ed on Livo-yluioou bysietu by Decem- ber 1st. An uuknoviii foreigner was stabbed, profcably fatfclly. m a row in a house i al Cobalt. Tho tirveue-Swift Co.T or Loudou are opening Lrauch factory af HIdgetowu, Kite destroyed thp sumpior hcnie at Port Siiiulcy of TLoa. Meefc, or SuulUwolJ. A. McCatrerty, ot Sandwich, was arrested in Delrolt on a charge of safe robbing. Waterloo county plowing match was held at Aarou Haley's (arm, near Hlalr. Botb the principal and hla assist- ant, of the nleuliclm Continual Ion School, hare resigned. Thieves broke into the driiff store of Aid. P. j. Clarke, Cba.haui, and There is no foundation for this charge. TVhen applied lo by the Hon. Mr. Gutbrie, tho minister of justice gave his opinion as lo the irue con- struction.ot the Military Servlre Act. Later tbe opinion of the department cl justice as lo the position ol inmates ol these novitiates under the provis- ions ol the Military Service Act was asked by the department ot mllltta and defense. The question was care- fully considered by Ihe deputy minis- France, the Toronto Globe quotES tbc' ler of Justfce.who gave h'.s opinion 'New Statesman in Lbe way of the residents ol-tbe "ia- who were- boaafide members R. D. McNay. Mrs, McKay. after spendiog iveeks In tbe eastern provinces, are more delighted than erer to return to Alberta, al- though wo have earlr snow storms, they are pleased to hare -Alberta sun- sl.me. Burnett, ol the originals in R.N.W.M.Pn is a .visitor In-Matlcod, In connection irlth Ills duties of this great body. Majov Douglass in command oC the barracks here, is much pleased with :hc quality ot men he baa under htm, md speaks of them as the best in the and. Two days steady snorr, sn.i very illle wind improves the sitaatfon every day for the "larmcr, and for the resident ol" Lhigt.'prcat country. The ound was and Js warm, Lhat the enow IB m el ling 'and tbe moisture being... absorbed by Ihe thirsty "More than a fool ol la now. on the ground.' itabbp held' services in Macleod, 2od, the .were. Rtlended for Ihe, storm, all jcftijjrchca. were not go largelr .snow storm continued .alf day., St. Thomas .clly council recom- oended thai be'provided for the ercctidu ot a ntw school. The scare is out in Woodblock, no new cases having de- veloped lu tbe last ten days. The Wilson Co., of Chicago, have purchased the Chatham abattoir, which UH3 been Idlo lor more than year. Brnnlford milk producers have raised the price of milk lo fourteen cents a quart and fifteen tor pas- eurlzed. The Board of Commerce In full session at OUtva cm November 1 is lo au illegal couioUie at Toronto. The Canada Iron Foundry, ol SI TfaomM, will spend on the ereciloii of a welfare building tor Iheir cnjpToyees, Robert Carroll, Samla. accl- dentdUy shol while by slep- plus in front of a sholgun Jus'i as n waa discharged, iieo. HobertEOD, Grer cownshty thrown uut t( u. wagon and serious Injuries took frlshi. Gait cititeua will vote on i by-liw to eraul a loau ol Lo tba Ferfeci Machluo Co.. lor extension) to Lbelr present W. Schullz and P. Thatcher nre being h6ld by Stratford prollce on charges of deserting (rom tba Tloy41 Strathcoim Horso at, Calgary. Two programs of (he Hoyal Military College. KingatoD, belonging to Dean arr. signed by the. Prince of Wales, ere stolen Sunday. If .care Is exorcised by coiuumerj, e Canadian Trade Commission says ere will be sufficient sugar for anarts, barring Etrlkea of tle-uys. Mrs. Barbara, Estea 77. Tuslo, tch., has fallen lielr to rough the death of an uncle In gland. will be In a position to leam thing of the legislation for which liie larmera are anxious, and wfijcli the Impormnce tioa concerning the case of each in parfiuularly of (iie peases. Those Jmatc. L.T.a-1 hoJtleii, mdepeniknl, Each, ease was tborougbiy Jnvesli- Stewart gorernnient bring forth. f-i, has. lajjed ten eaoau reJEcrably poor, have' J SOMETHINC WHICH SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND A Geneva despatch says thai general mealing, at Mannoefm. ot soclalions ot mines and traaBi worktrs in the Rhiue region has' dc- cidei, to the lack ot coal fnd H wa5 clelraetl a.1? a member of tie order neen the ftronghofd o' Con- 1 -A-as liabl? Ior Eervlce. It may here scrvallsin in Franro, whether, that, be said that there was no foundation Con.icrraUsin ciprc-sod itself politic- whatever for the charge freely made I !n lte documents appear- ally in Ihc noyallsl or tho Radical :ing m the file that young men were pEr.v. But there slinjwd harbored by this Institution EO ers who Ui'nk Ihey sec a change as to enable Ihta la evade earning over the rural voters It is the service. At the time of admission or the r.rms and tho d n no case where admission o- vineyanls wlio have borne ihe main Actor and fn Southern Germany, to Ihc burden of Ihc war. Il is they who followed as there was roond lo be any 1'J hoar day with Tohmlary work on naTe 5Ccn Itle hcjvieEt fishtinB Improper motive. E..O.T ,he IS the .question oi wages U not mentioned. 'M3 .pertain they who luve lhc lha( In conjunfl.'on Killi !he coal alrike in.'carneil tte rtost Irom tlicir contact nj-otection was bdog siren lo the in- more strength to the eiecutive pow- ers. The prdsident, M. JJriand urged, should be lecled bv. a popular vole, of being selected indirectly, RZ at present by'a vole of-lhe Ivo houses Of parliament. "H is Eila M. Briand, 'that lhc president ot France should asaunio a more efficacious and wider the w'lb Uie lnS th, ?a.C. Eivesroum.ortLougMwUhsoraeLMnE -Strange world into tthicb islltutlon al Guelph." for this mini3ter of juatice doalred that the WKVXIPEC, N'OT. It. G. Willis, president of the Conserra live association (fir Manitoba, has been proirlneatly menlioneil by Ihe as a strong contendei for (lie leadership of the provlncia COD serva lives (I ivas said today thai Hugh M. Dyer, and bar, C.M.O., pf Mlnnedosa, miguL bo chosen as leader If he could be pre Tailed upon to allow his name to go A Hvc-dar working v 'flay, f.nd n. CO ner cent :ield of authority." Another plank In the pi fit form of M. Briand calls lor the absolute dts armameno of Germany and closer con- tact with Ihe allies ol France in the economic field. Didn't Reach Third Reading on Prorogation 'This Week To railroad the Grand Trunk mea-j incident should not be given publ'cily. k, a six-hour !sure >n lnc MOUBC has its onlj- appeal] This was not with any desire of pro- JSE increase !''n waking the phrase [it the subject.' Ihe interests of the Jesuits, hut arc thc'deninnds of the miners In lhere ia something more of argu-1 publication full !Albert I'refontatnc, "present leader ot H is not a question of enler-inienl needed than an emntj and conduct- the Ing Into tli c merits or olherw'EC (lrnc when the Grand; military authorities toward the mcrn- Ibese but one of what problem 'should be ot lhls order port licj tn regard lo (he future, J-' nolhJflff particularly now in la regard to those who are making the story. Germany may he defeated and crip- pled, but she still survives, and in the arise in par.l9.of the Dominion die feclfng that members ot (he Cath- olic church were not beiog .treated Tairly unclcr the law. L7niJer ihe terms of Jhe order-in- council wo-were Instructc'l to Inves- these charges with the view The Victory I-oan. Canada needs to complete total grant economic mailiel may still be theiof UZO.OOD.GOO authorized by Parl'a- menace she was the war In her inient .for payment to our to iacls wrongfully done or Improp- iplrll nl. agEramllsicincnl. With the over the 'period tntwoen their dig-! 0rTln" tffect sliorlor hours will hare no out-icuat BRUUID STEALS pnl, in tbe way of production, and ihEJThia in one ol the objecta of the pre- nnri -i "l In onr opinion, the minislcr'of and readjustment to civil life, thn mjn._f nf minii- (fee, the min'ster of militia and tho arlJutanL-eftneral and the'- provost- iffect wages must bear to the cost oi tent loan, and the people of Canada marshal acted with great propriety production. Ihe countries outs Me Gfer- looked (o for loaning this sutii, no l-han to lhat; Ih'G la'w fairly, 'firmly' and nniforraly enforced, and rlghta alloimcnt nni immunitlc-! granted by the ac( many are factd wlih a competition which can by no means be j Calgary ovcrtonpcd Its fn all that, the action of Hit German lhc Victory Ixian in one rfuly recognized. There [3 no miners means. IThla Is for a great deal Of for the suggestltm of any What applies U. the mining indu-! prido, and the ctly north of u, or-impronrlDty in their :ry In Germany npplies to congrali-.latfi Itself to the charges made, by Dthcr JnduslrleE, In lhc efforts .hat even to be puffed up by this Ham. Huehen will be made by the same process lo n'fictTiL Ehowlng. Calgary has a "firal, that the government Impro' jet a hold of the world's markets. rc--'-ne example which will do much i.i'perly to make the'occupants oi of time of the feeling caused by emulate il. Ifeyond ilils, It There is something, in what may'he'I'03" which la anticipated In the eff6rt9 of Germany iFCiiacd a confidence m the Victory l worth establishing. The prinripa] function of Ihe Inlns trial Courts which arc proposal to Ije .MUUary Act and the govern- ment nlsn failed lo puclbh lljogo hari liorlng j in the This charge, says Ihe report, "Is not proved and la unfounded. Ac- cording lo the terras of the act and lo win back the position whlcb fihe baa economically "lost, which claims i consideration In the present tic- WJL-SH, u.-jiain, appears to can now say 'that when ll mantis for Bhorler noura and nlghcrjlo rnakf. a qulci rr.pori ot In [comes to bcirE rorartlcd Jl Ifl a uieiUDU of not' only orrffir thai Ihe pubflc'can hav-fl jhs as lhc worst town cf [he nrovrncO looking At the present but fo the I'rinmce, Futiro and seefilK "that ]atl ices not become worse than (he first. THE PROGRESS OF.SPIRITUALISM K la Eon'iclhln'e of significance Ihal tplrlluiilisni, in Ihe spread II appo.ira 'a be raayinj, lias been considered.a rcl up In Great Dfllaln, appears to heillardle can t i nui.-n iukvn ti me u opp0rmil.ir or oecid-ng upon iho mcr-l not fn the running a, tomparcrf wllh Ita of the Wages Acl In lhc CIFC of Calgary In thc hitsi dlvulgoncc. laoor illspulcs. Tlic Krlllah Ud ment hns great lo ihe gooil vtrn-jitlll in' a cturrh lioals all (he. craj of Ibe great U. An .Illicit Hllll. c.ipablf of prorh: brandy arid whiskey, Ijcaii games ll.t Mayor fayi-wtre In proercjj when he last In 'Calgary In the matter of morality Ixjthbrlflg' ing ran now Ink" a Lack acat, wltli Ilio dla- sccrctii clinrch nave up. HUK the covered In a Calgary churcli. .Mayor Mayor must chorllti the convention next Thursday pre-war days Gen. Dyer was hn provincial Conservatives In the DUSC, numerous friends and may OTTAWA. N'ov. house dlt not thirii reading 'la thc Grand Trunk bill tonight and It can ranch the senate before "Wednesday It developed that on Friday a leotn live agreement had been made that a vote would not be Uken unill Tues- day, In orrief to allow all members who were going home for (he week-end be back. _Tonfglit It waa1 decided adhere to this plan, and the bouse ad Journed- Tho. failure of the Grand Trun.lt to receive third reading tonight makes It certain that prorogation can not be reached until next week. The tabling of supplementary estimates In csccai of this afternoon Is nnothc: Igure strongly .In the battle it he "irrnlts hla name.Lo stand. PAIIIS, Urland, ,he former prernler, naa stolen a mard; upc-n I'rcrcfer Clomenccau br e. In the polltlcnl campaign last light In whlcn he advocated reforms n the 'power or ,lhe president, wblch CIcmenceau was expected to make a calling plank In' Ihe government clec- loral program. Mr. Brland, In his at XaiilOT, advocated constiUl- lonal change.! lo give more authority .0 the1 president'of Hid republic and W. 9. Fielding's ainendment ca (or the appointment oC a commit Several members lool{ part In Ih debate on the third reading and Hon calling ppomtment of a comnilsslon !o study Ihe Grand Trunk situation aeforc action by parliament.- niu few new arguments were advanced. A. n. Copp, and JlacLcan held the floor for Ih greater part of the afternoon, the for mer criticising and lhc latler vigor ously supporting Iho governhicnl" policy. Olher speakers hcforc the Journraent were F. Cohlll, O. Turgeon K. .1. D, I.afon'lalnY and P. Oib bona. The was by Dr. JItchael stccle. Hearing Podpon'ed OTTAWA, N'or. menllnf o Iho senate railway committee lo hea reprcaentativcs'of'the Montreal an Toronto boards of Irado .In' regard I the Oand Trunk Hallway hill was can celled lasl night'when Ihe vole on Ih Inlrd reading wag In1 lb It Is' now expected Ilia the deputaltoh'wlll be heard on Wed ucsday. Shoes We are in a'iiosition'lo givcyou'lhebesl values in Children's'Srioes. Our stock has been selecied Trprri, lhc besl known manufacturers o{ have the well Vnown Classic Shoe. The Jfurlburt Cushion- Welts, ami Williams Solid Irf.itl.cr. A line of Classic nialio for.'. chlMrcn In widths n C and D. Ulzca' fronO? (uifanis) lip lo'2v' -Where else can Eel It? ASK TO Bt FITTED FORJAI.L; AOEt J. NELSON 1 Cb; THIRD AVCNUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILOIrVO That Jazzy. Rag cr Woiderful Song One- Is Just as to hear >i the other, if yon own a have a complete of Bites and klyteB and sou od-y root rooms lo try llftconli In. Upward Victnk On Eur Temu llocorils shiupci] by rail Insured dnluagc, and delivered it oily iirtci-a. fetimnl HMD H.nu o( 8UY VICTORY BONOS ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not "Aspirin at All without Ihe "Buyer For Pain, Lumbago, Stiff-1 pr.ckago irhirfi con'.ftinp eouirjlclc di- llheumntism. Sciatica, Neuritis, Then you arc yelling rttl anil for Headache. Xcurulg'ni Toolh-1 genuine' AUpiriTV nrc- KftTjidic. Inke Aspirin Lr for over mne- Ihe'mme "nayer" or you arejicpn ysirt. XoW made in Cnnadt. not taking at all. 'j lifmly I in cunUinin? 12 Ub- Accept only TibltLs ofjlols cost hul a few 'Druggisti Aspirin" iti en unbroken ''BayeryaUo eell large" "Bayer" ii valy imvit Aiplrln 1ft lha trafle mirk (ror'ilered In Cmifii) or Baytr Bccllcicldeittr-ot FallcyllfirlJ. VVhlle It Ii rrctl known, ihit .Viplrln to aiiin public ImKMLon-. Tabled of Ba frtll bc'iiuapcd wlUj'lticlr Lnd6 mfcrk, tbink that tecause your I stomach can-digest food you are proof against indigestion. The most important digestive work is. done, by the bowels, livef and kidneys. Unless these, are active and work in harmony, you are in danger of self-poisoning. BEECHAM'S bowels to influence the liver Underwear J'.Tia'iijirikirpARDciMcntMci ffiple of .railiij: ami V> "f girln'tn.t its is made to wtaf nil. p UtIHI) IM ;