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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION PAGES VOLUME XIIL FI11ST SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEU 4, 1920 FIRST SECTION NUMBER 276 Tennessee Goes Republican; Oklahoma Nay Follow Suit; Big Majority in Both Houses Dominant Party Cuts Into the Former Solid publicans Certain of About Ten Majority in the Sen- ate and One Hundred in the House of Representa- Comment Criticises Germany Seems To Be Particularly, Pleased With the .Presidential Election Result NEW YORK, Nov. Tennes- see has .swung; into the .swelling Republican columns, shattering Democratic traditions of "a solid official but1 nearly com- plete returns from the volunteer stale showed 'early 'today. Her shift in 'the. Democratic ranks. coupled' with" a- similar upset in Oklahoma reported late last night 'Warren G. Harding of 380 electoral votes as against 127 de- finitely In the' James :M.' Cox col umn and son and Governor Cos, "arserllng' that he former hatrlafdviho foundation for he disaster, aud the latter bad "com- the structure. lsuui a' all broko. pre'ccdeuts.' IIP Harding pluralities The Hepubli canjCongresBjfjnal swceti issuined larg ert proportions as belated returns con- tinued, tp in The f vicEon p( bamuol D republican can didate fp_r sepator from Colorado as sured i' esiddnt elect IJarding jo ilv of it leist 10 in the upper hoirsc and of five state preM dentlal hiid ;-not been deter- .candidates were in the. lead in Oregon and Dakota In the fifth Kentucky Republican Ip-id ors still clung to the hope that late re- turns N null -the held .by 'Senator Tleckhsm over F. P Ernst, his Republican opponent The .Republicans; had secured 25' seals In'the house.-of representative: to 132 Four seats W-Cnt to miscellaneous, including one Socialist and'one Prohibitionist. Only two dislrictsVere un-reported. On the returns eo far" the Republicans had a plnralil) of 131 Late returns also possible turnovers in.cases of some Deniocralj' representatives reported; .elected. A notable--instance was, in where.three'ncpubllcari. candidates-re- ported defeated Hjan in tho 1911 dls.trict, Ansorgo in the 21st and Rose dalo in Iho '3rd Ind forged ihcad o Donovan .and JIcKlnney, earlier reported elected. One- Socialist The house, will have one Socialist London of New York, who defeated Goldfogle, fusion candidate in the 12th district. Tho'Prohibillpn party'lost its only representative, but an independent prohibitionist, Milton W. Shrew, was elected from Iho 25th Pennsylvania district. Several notable upsets occurred in the them tho: retirement by. Missouri voters of former Speaker-Champ Clark of tho house and by Texas voters" of a Republican representative, Harry Erydn Places Blame Post-oloctloa developments within RESULT io STILL Democrat Leads for Governor, While Non-Partisan Has Lead for U. S. Senate' NO CONGRA-ES FROM WILSON WASHINGTON, Nov. President Wilson had no com- make-today on the re- sult of Tuesday's electioQj nor' did any messase ot congratulation to President elect Harding. Majority Likely .to Total About -Sixteen Thousand in Alberta FIGURES FOR MACLEOD I AND LETH BRIDGE FARC1O. Prasier, N D Nov 4- Henublican-Non -Lynn J. Partisan League candidate..-continued .'to cut deeply held -hy J. T. 0 Connor Democrat in the race for governor. In .1438 -out of; 20D1. pre-. cincts give .O'Connor. SS.D8C and Fras- At-one time-O'Connor had a'lead Partisans'claim-that', when rural dls- candidate, will he returned victor tho nnme of hlstllng Boh H appears that FagUson came irto the guaTd room Ot at about'-tv'o o'ciock in the morning, liad cbrae" in from Warner and lhal_lie had boeu held up by He seemed to be and said he war, afraid to" go-home as he thought he would he again. He was allowed lo'rehialh in'the guard room until ouc.ot the constables out on p.aF.3 returned; Tills', happened lo he Con- stable Uariteau, and ho was asked to The story.of stable in the .the arteries, and then rmaking: his way, ilong the Conitable Badly Wsuhtted Bariteau had i hard struggle back to-tho hnrracks; fainting.on" through loss of blood >irst administered; and lie .was re- moved to Gait: Hospital. A; pdsso -of the mounted police started immeiiiat" ly to: caught during the dav getting off a street car He was .hrotight before "Migistralo In In in the with' Iho charge ainfit him and theTi proceeded fo lay (Special to (he Herald) KERNIE, B. C., Novl mass meettaif held here' tonight' in the Urand theatre, was in many respects one of (he most interesting political meetings ever held In the cltj It followed the nomination convention hlch in :Vletorta lull, .where Mrj I Fisher )M P P-, was nominated as the Btandard bearer for the gov- ernment in Uio Fernlo riding DT ac- cZamattorj The big audltortam of the Grand was filled to tha'doors with a most rapresentat'te audience which proved to be One of the most atten tire as well as most respectful that has ever, been addressed ,by'any speaker'here. At the--nomination convention 'Mr, C. D. 5rcNnh, president of the district Liberal association it-esidei and a full delegation from every, part of the district was present The feeling was not only for.a nomination bUt the" enthusiasm was most mani- fest. No other name' than Mr Fisher was presented On motion of onded by Mrs C D McNah of Waldo Mr Usher was nominated and niton motion of Vr Caufleld, seconded hy E K. Stewart the nomination was oiade unanimous After a short address from tho nominee and a few remarks ler Oliver and Dr King tho tneeljrjg was f adjourned to the Grand theatre whree a large crowd was walling to hear Mr -Oliver and the i charge of assault against the Con up again in tea day; Considerable- Indignation" Considerable- indignation is" eiprosf-1 ana at o ed amongst the mounted police over the course taken the magistrate It iore igl! is alleged thai Uaglesbn is'a hii'actor and that he is at tha present, time out on suspended Eontence months, which 'nbt: expire "until for uifobeating HG ha" heen up before the'J.. P. at Warner tho hold-up told by Kaglcson was very incoherent-one. Tho constable several limes for.: as; stated by Mr. I took" charge of Eagleson and was told I by him lhat he lived cast o! tho cily. sin Nov Wrangel's cavalry is still; engaged in an-attcmpt to stem tho'tide'of tho Bolshevik offensive in Southern' Rus-' sla >Red airplanes are bombing the narrow railssay (resile running [-on Perekop into the Crimea; -Taurida is overrun with -red arm- ies, The second, sixth and thirteenth armies are in the" line [in- addition' to four'; divisions of cavalry and oilier corps of the best of thi. red troops. If'Genera! Wrangel il able to hold oif the Bolshevik at the Perekop he has food enoi-gh to lisl him through winter. Further Advances LONDON, Nor. advanc- es by the Bolshevik tones in their of- fensive against Genera! Wrangel's Southern Kussia are report- c'u .in Wednesday's official statement frorn'the soviet war office in Moscow. !t reads "In the Crimean sector .we are con- tinuing to drive tho enemy back, who Is.j-c'tlrlng to tho-iloninEuin, fighting fiercely.' Fourth Avenue, and when the prairie wag -reached the." constable asked Eagleson how.far moro he Intended jto go. On.lhls it is alleged that he pulled-a knife-.a'nd slabbed tho con- Popular Choice Lipton, who is now oil tho clerical itatf ot the local. who bo- foro he went overseas P. at Warner and had the man before him Eagleson Is have spent the night before hlS'tirrestin the holler houso of the city-nurseries in Hender- son Park. Sylvi; ia Promises To Be Good Girl Nov. Tank- hurst, who was sentenced to sis months', imprisonment on October 28 on bdng adjudged guilty of attempt- ing lo cause sedition In tho navy was released today on bail pond- ing an finpeal. Miss signed an under- taking to sever licr connections with the newspaper, The Workers' Dread- nought and to abstain from attending i public meeting' pending the hearing ol tho case in January. WINNIPEGGERS HAD CLOSE SHAVE WANTSNEAR BARS' ABOLISHED CRANBROOK, B. C., NoV. Premier Oliver told, an" aurdience at Athalmcr last night that he favored the abolition of the rear beer bars when government con- trol of the liquor traffic Is effect ed, as he believefi-they, are-the main avenue through which boys and pirls habit of drinking. TUB FAS, at tho rate of 35 miles an hour, ix gns tcar on "the Hudsop Bay Railway, carry- (From Our Owu'rCorreBpo'ndent) and at .once opeced the meetlngbypre- Dr.'King who is -well-known The for twenty minutes, dealing with the policy; "of government regarding; the province.--" His department: had adopteil the policy ol clearing up.tbn nrnvlncial roads throughout the to make them of all parts of the country not local benefit but with an. eye to the final completing of a whteh would be of benefit to tourists. The matter of finance had been a hanilicjin but tho government was seeing- tp.'it lhat every dollar it spent should, brine its full'value. In closing'he bepp'olie hearty support for Mr Flshsr who he Bald had proved to bo on" of the most valued members In the legisla- ture The doctor was to with close" attention and received a hearty cheer when" he closed his very short address The Candidate Speak! The chairman then .introduced Mr. j Fisher, a superflous ceremony with tho candidate, -who is perhaps better known to -tho people1 of the .district than any other speaker and who is al- ways" accorded greeting. He did not disappoint his audience nlght'and in his, most entertain- j ing and happy mood which was nal ural as he had Just been the rcdplemt j.ot a most flattering compliment by .his. friends and nelghbora. Mr. Kisher went directly to his work, saying- to the ladles that ho bad hoped lo see some of them on (he platform with .his gentlemen friends, but. they had a most surpHs-. Ing modesty, not being like the ladles of Vancouver arid Victoria, whom'he. said coulc! not be kept off the platform or out legislature. He latcd the honor conferred upon him KERNIE, li. C., Nov. Wil-, by the voters of the district and thb son, James McCluro and P. honor of again being askoil to stand charged with holding; up and robbing i [or He had stood a defeat A. I. FISHER unanimously for the by J'ernlc Uberala, Ing Mayor Gray of Winnipeg ami i William Whitest Crow's Nest on the 'without squeaking and would do so. Winnipeg and four others, ran into a] night of October 31st-were up before I again if such a fate awaited him, but spread rail, on Tuesday, throwing tho i .Magistrate Slonson -today and wero I warned his audience that he would iJo occupants in all direclions. severely scnl up for trial. a lot of 'squeaking during the cam- .It Is reported thaUhe victim, White, I Palgn. He spoke of the Coal Mines van brutally beaten "up and thru dnr- Regulation Act, Iho Eight.Hour.L4w, uiscd about the head and body, tho party ai'rived here last night with the account of their mishap. Professor Lleliiry of Manitoba foiim! his npeciacles hanging to a limb of A tree twenty yards from' where he lay. Joseph W. 11. Mukever and John Wanlcss were the other passeng- ers and they say, it. was providential that all escaped with their lives. HUDSON'S BAVCO, KEEPS YORKTON STORE YOIIKTON, neg- otiations for the "purchase of the Hud- son's Bay .store al Yorkton by thn United Supply company havo failed ami the Hudson's Day company will continue Its business ftt "this point. The United Supply company was formed by A .number o( local farmers for the purpose pi purclmslnr; tho bnsl- ness, bul'owlng to financial stringency and .declining grain, prices, coupleif with prospect of ..loss on, purchase of stock .by' reason of .anticipated slump In inpriaiitile'valuSs; Iho project, has been abandoned. Ing a bar-room flgiit which took place the Mothers' Pension Act, and before tho hold'iir. JfcCob! tva'gMeglilaUon which tho prcicct also kicked Into Insensibility. (CoJtlcued on Page New Mining: Field Clams Eighty Million Tons of Coal (By a CiOLEMAN, gives evldenco ol developing Into one of the' richest coal fields la the.Crow's 1'ass region Is now being exploited; by the Glacier Coal Company Ltd., who five months ago-began -opening up a property which conlalhs, accord- ing to expert mining the immense coal wealth f oi tons. .Sixteen hundred, andi.ninetyVacres of coal Innd nre the. cornpany around ailep'lng Giant'ntoiin- tain, Tho property is half miles west of Coleman and ,1 Alle and a quarter from Senllnel Siding on the Canadian Pacific railway. Secure Lease For nine years A. J. McOuIre, now of Sp'okanb, but who Is an old timer in tho Pass country, having lived hfcro when'the ntecl was put through, has held the lease on this valuable prop- erty. He made no effort to' develop It.'and when approached by a group of Spokane business sold out to them. (Continued on SuU ;