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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XII. LETHBIUDGE, ALBERTA, NOVEMEEIl 5, 1919 M'MHER 275 LETHBRIDGE CAPTURES PRINCE OF WALES' FLAG Dominion Total Reported Up Till Midnight Night Was CHAIRMAN WOOD IS VERY WELL SATISFIED TORONTO. Nov. Tlic tula! amount subscribed to the YlcLorv loan Is according lo the lat- est reports Ivtil here up lo raid- j liifilil by 3. cii.iiruisn of 1lip Dominion committee. This total la based on returns from Quebec produce to Monday night: J-Yom Hriliali Cofcmilria, Alberto. Sas- katchewan, Ma'.illoha, New limns- Tfict. Nova Scotia and Prluca Edward Island up iu Saturday night; Ontario up to midnight Tuesday. .Amounts reported from (he various provinces were as follows: Ontario British' Columbia 5, 150 Alberta CHOOSE INDEPENDENT UNIONIST TO RUN IN NORTH ONTARIO CANN1NGTON. Ont. At n large convention here yesterday. D. McKinnon, cx- wnnlcn of Ilic county, -was chosen as Independent-Union- ist candidate in tlie coining cleclion in. North. Ontario. Tliis nomination was mndc necessary by Hie dcalli of W. J. Cownn, Ilic Unionist can- didate, who died a few days nflcr Jii.s nomination. As result, tlio, bye-election was postponed. The choice, was unanimous. Tlic only other candidate is II. II. JUilncrl, of tlic United Farmers. Local Victory Loaners Go Over Top of Flag Objective With Rush There was Joy in Victory Loan headquarter! this morning. The day of the Victory Loan drive found Ltlhbridge [o-n drivers running the Prince cf Wales' honor flag to the top cf the flag pole, on headquarters building, for the flag objective of was reached and passed before ten o'clock. Chairman Harris and his will- ing cohorts haven't been letting the early winter anow melt under -their feet Ihls week. On Frldsy night last things didn't Look any lea bright. Only had been rnJied up to that time, 2nd the headquarters crew felt some- UiEng tkidding. However, on Sat- urday the going was fair, and the mark was reached and paEEed. 'Then came Monday, the lirst day of the second drive week, and the workcrc wen! forth to do or die. They did. And he'e's the reiuLt Saturday night loUl Monday night total Tuesday night total___ Wednesday, JO a.m. No wonder there come An Appeal For Books merry dancing floing on round at today. Arringc- menti mide to hava all whli- and ilrcng Blow at 12 o'clock noon today to announce the merry fact. Chairman Dinny Harris siys the llrat are the hardest. Lut year Lelhbrirfge got Iti flag on the filh day- This year U took till the 9th, but after the flag last year Lethbrldgo wen I on and on till and 7 crowns was the reward. Chairman Har- ris says the drive le Just really be- ginning. The Lethbridge quota Is and the Lethbrldge di- vision quota is The com- mittee has its eye on both marks which may go by the boards this week. NoVs the time to redouble your efforts and put Lethbrldge once more at the top of the list. U.S. Government Won't Abandon Injunction to Saskatchewan Manitoba Quebec New DrunBwlck j Nova Scotia I'jiiicc Edward Island Toronto's returns lor the day were making a total for the first eight dare of the campaign of _. .Wpod Well Salaried Nov. E. H. Wood, chairman of the Dominion. executive of ilie. Victory Tloftnf made the (allowing comments 'orrllie success ot ILe caiu- pnfjn to Ante i I "The. .campaign Ji noiv practical lialf The iucceis lo be'en largely due to the (act thit' in- vestors who have so far purchased bonds have bought more than they did in previous loans. The number uf subscribers la as yet below Uio number .7yho bought bonds up to the same lima last year, The fact, that experienced, investors, large nod Miujl, have subscribed early and have lafcen more bonds than ever before Indicates lhaL they recognize the at- tractiveness of the Victory loan as tin Investment, na well as appreciat- ing the patriotic no'cDssHr of cleaning up our Mar obligations and maintain-1 ing; Canarta'a prosperity. Smaller Subscriptions Needed "The total subscriptions reported so far aggregate wlifcli IB a. result for the time ex- pired. It must ho remembered, how- evtr, tlial this nfflount Includes a very large proportion of Uio big subscrip- MDJIJ available, and In order lo make B RUCCCS3 Of lllC lOlR U will sary, as iu previous campaigns, that the iDCdlnm find smaller subscribers WASHINGTON, NOV. government can nol accept the proposal of orgtniied labor ta end the co-al virlke by vacating the Injunction ajalnit the official! of the United Mine Workers of America. AsslaUnt Attorney-Gen- eral A met, In the abtenee of At- torney-General. Palmer, announc- ed today that the government can not. abandon ,ill politicn because the violation of law. Mr. Ames issued the lollovrlns state- ment: 'The. stride ii.ri vlolalton of Imr. Ae Iocs as It continues, we ore :o tho Courts.; The dispute en the_ aud work- era IE an question Lhfit (her can sellle )H thcCr own way. Tho not tolerate con- law suck at Ihli strike coDKltutei.1' Kefuaal oE tlie government lo va- cate trio Injunction means a ions right la Ihn -while Hi wllb- l wvuld hire the iray for Mttlement of the itrilre "-wltbrn, hours, accordiiif- to Edgar Wallace. eiecutJre reprMrDlattye of the United Mine Workers of America. A request has: been made which, vra believe, is one. thai will appeal strong- ly to all of .119. The toldiors at lue Frank Saiintarlum liuve asked for boots, and Ihc incmbcrs ot the Sikoko- iloki Chapter. ].Q.D.K., are endeavor-1 I ine to stft Hiat .tbelr request is grant-1 led. Now lhatiUiL1 winter lias com-j menceri and the hoys me unable gel out oT Uobj-G as the lonK'jC i hours must drag' terribly, and purely U tlic least'TVS can do, lo aid, if possible, ID making those hours n tic less Icdiouf for the meu healthy In body, and filled with enthusiasm, and. hope ot youlb, vent :forih bravely ib flfihi for us, and fin- j ally returned, it la so fully weak antl 111.- Perhaps some of] I irs do nal renlfze the depressing effect !of ibis dread'-disease, but. these men! X. J.. N'ov. have a, morbid 'fear thai, now thnl Edwards, Democratic candidate for ONTAK10 VETEHAXS TO TAKE REFEltENDUM ON POLITICAL ACTION TORONTO, Nov. ical action is to iigjaiu come before the G. W. V. A. in On- tario. The suggestion Ihut Ilic vclcrnns pnlrr politics was voted down at Ilic Windsor convention, but recent events mid iifiilalion have brought it again to Ilic fore. It is now announced by E. Tiirlcy, secretary of the Ontario com- mand, Ilinl nil members in Ontario will be given an op- portunity to vole for or iigiiinst polilicnl action in Ilic near future. j rv j and Divide New Jersey and Ohio In The United States Election 10 fill BILL ME DEFEATED Fielding Amendment and Onq liy Opposition Leader King Go By (he Hoards war is they-1 may be forgotten. governor OL New Jersey, was elected victor stakcO his nolitfcal future upon the "wets" and The Republican noinlnco liticl the backing ot llie Antl- Leaders ol both pap CANADIAN SUPPLY IS AT BORDER TORONTO, N'ov. 5. l-JO.OOi) appeal to you; citizens of l.cih- j yesterday by a. plurality of Saloon of 5oll coal tJesiineil for Canadian bridge, to 'assis! us in showing I hum jnmlely Wilh returns jjiissing ties professed Jo believe Ibis poinls already lielil et the bonier by [thai Lathbrldftp; Dt least, will never early today from only 31 of Ihc :ill j issue which had UJost lo do with ilc- Unlled Sulea railways refuse; forget vhal they have done for us. lu the conalgnmbnta ovcf lo C'E- j't -.my of you have boots that you nad'ian lines, a situation has been iliin'x they would enjoy, or would. like created iviilcli I'uel Uarrlngtcn Is Ijendine ererv c-outrJbutc fii money towards the oC': won Id you kindly districts-in the state-, lie had ifl voles against lor Newton K. I !cidhig ULC coutest. wards is pledged to oppose ratEIi coal 'Ifl I asking (or .'bpoXa, in1 Hugbce, his Republican opponent. 'The I (-a I Urn nf the uroh.Ibli.loji amendment _ Jam! lo fight all lawful means en- forcement of aiitt-llquor'lavs. lie lias (promised bis snpoprL to "woman euC- The Democratic governor-elect will have a. Republican to do, ton is-in'conBlftiiL recetpl of iHe indicating urgent need'Ion co different quartets and is trying to" ss- suitable' lor' irien. re release of the. coal which Is ac-i j TiinlaUDE onj the .other side ot the border. AUTHORITY GIVEN TO t REGULATE PRJCES IVASIIIXGTOX, Autbority to regulate the price, sale, apporLlqnmeaL and storage of tU coal. Including anUiracUe and colie, was given Federtl Kuel Admin-. Jstralor Carfleld bodar ezeciillTe order signed bj President Wilson.' m ELECTED> Southern Alberta Farmers Have Repaid Nearly All The Money Advanced In 1915 "There need be no heiltancy on the part of our governments in meeting I U. F. A: Will Never Get- Am where by Turning Down Government That Used Organization Square JJessrs. Lnpoinlc, and Mr. F. S. M.L.A., ot Warner, vras a visitor in the clly on Tuesday, on his way home from the Kennedy Will Do.Service This Session OTTATVA, Nov. La- Igovennncnt candidate, Thompson. In rftEard to tlic campaign, Mr. Lef- finywsll, in, conversation ivlth the Herald, saifl: "I up in Cochraue [ryiiiff Lo hejp clsct a sunnorlcr of lhe goverDiiient, for the reason that reasonable requests for help In furnltJilnfl wed grain and such relief as ------5 may be ar.Ked tor by who are not yet well in their hold- shall comu forward In great numbers. Inge" laid PreiMtnt Marnoch of the Board of Trade today. "An altogether 11 Is only necessary for those who] wrong impression pereliU In the public mind lhat there sHIl large monl, respectively, may have not yet subscribed to UIQ loan] outstanding for wed grain and afforded In 1914-1915 in this iheir stala in tho bouse. part of Western Canada Flnl, It li well to remember lhat of the twelve million advanced for the whole In 1914-1915, only three and polntc, Liberal leader for Quebec, who i believe Ihc Sle.warL government lias was elected for Quebec Kast at Iho done the Efiuare thing by lhe farmers resent bve-elecllon, will take his seal Of Alberta, arid when any organlzatton in bouse loday_when. James Cald- Or society, wishes to turn against well antl J. W. Kennedy, Iho new, pic lhat'have Iraated incm nqunrc, United Farmers' representatives lor right.there I am Jarltilon-Vlctoria and Ulcngarry-Stor- and ivho nru able lo do EO lo sub- scribe on tbe relative scnlo'aJi those wlin have already bought bonds lu order to success, "The rale of interest carried by the half millions dlttrlbuted In Alberta, while eight and half millions went lo Oukitchewan. "W, A. Buchanan, K.P., at our request got the flgurat to repayment In namely per cent, Is Iho; the Lethbrldge Land OfflcB Dlvtrkt In Marth, 1916, and these were found to game as on tho loans issued In Uio be eighty per cent .repaid at thit date. He has now got the flguren for re- dark ilays of Iho war nil ot which payments from the Department of the Interior, The Lethbrldge and Medicine Hat Land Office figures are now shown together, as tVfc office at the Hat has been cloied. ffgurej show that the advanced toUdctJj about two million two hundred thousand'dollars, and the amounts repaid, Including, Interert, the- tnd of .September, 1919, total nearly one minion nine hundred Ihouund "When the farmers of Bouthern Alberta Incur an obligation to their fel- low cltlrens they make.It their business to make repayment at the earliest moment. They do rttt isk for more than Is neceiiary, and loann nro" selling at substantial mlums. AF a Hinder of fact, (his new loan 13 particularly nllrarllvo from the standpoint ot Ihn Bmall investors nd, ono of the features ot tho campaign EO far has been lha readiness with which tfro employees of Industries havo lakcn Lbo loan, i ichcro they had (lie experience of buy- Ing previous loans. For Instance, one Institution, tho crrlploycca of which JflSl year turner! Jn the Jplcndld lolal of hnd no this year In eecuring from their Sauu cm- Jiloyees, of wnlch 40 per cent, arc re- tarncd soUUers, nn aggregate "suh- Bcrlptlon of or an average or more than a man, and every flmploycff of tho In.stllutlon Is a sub- acribcr, result Is lo the saUsfaclory oxporlence of (he ik-ortcrs TrElli Iho previous enabled tbcm to accuniulato money -which not olberwlsb have been caved, "This Is Cnnada's final Ilnflncial effort nnd il la nol only good busi- ness, but pnod palrloliam lor every Canadian lo bocomo Iho. owner of a VJclory bond. every man and wo- man In Canada buy bonds Lo the limit of Ihelr prcjjGTit rcgourcefl atMl pros- pectfve BAvfags of the nctl ton months. The bfmka will gladly lend Ihc necejsiary GUARANTEE U. 9. ROADS INTEREST RETURNS BOMBER TAKES 20 PAS3ENGER9 MINKOI.A. X.Y., Nov. mlral Sir Mark Kfirr took iO rsssenK- ers on a trlnl trip In lilg Drillsli Hnnil- plmie today, as a preliminary In his "hopolf" in a nou- atop flight lo Chicago, schcdnied lo- J. S. KIrkham Completes, Final Kxaminations Admlltanec toBarLalci- .T. Stanley is 1 full-nedged IswrcK though It will be sonrt months before he ID ml- mltted lo the bar. This morning lio recelrcd wotd that he hid se- cured hla (inftla In his tlona. living successfully written off Ills Mr. Kirk- Jiam has been articled tho law firm of Hall and Holyotk, and has sMH ten months lo ecrvo .be- fore admittance lo the bar. QlEO Mr. Lapolnle mado his appearance in the galleries last ntghl anil was rlieered bj Liberal menlbcra on lha floor ol tbe house. Mr. CalriXcll, dur- ing the afternoon, was n spectator of to differ with Ihe proceedings In tho -As some of the prominent mem- bers of tho U.F.A! in Cochrar.e ridlnR claim thai "ft monitor of the U.F.A, should follow Lhe dictates of Ihc cieculivfl ov not he allowed to remain in tha. organdation, I may say the have dono a lol of goorl In Iho him, tor lhal partv elcpfecl 15 of ihc il seniors and 35 of the CO'asEcmbly- .Ohio Remains C'OLVMDUS. ycsicrdav voted lo. itfy by ;i iiinjorlly'which may. reach'ihrbpHtmcs the'size ol thai which voleil pfpbfbi- tlou a year ago, incom- plete and unofficial returns 'received early (oday at (.lie ofitce of (he secre- j'tary of. slate. Partial Ihe'coimllcs in Ihe stale indicated R dry ninjorily on all Jour prohibition proposals oC approximately 75fOOQ_ In atlditicn to defeating the prop ;d repeal of stale-wide prohibition, Jliio ycsteidny apparently voled by ilg majorities lo uphold ihc aclion o( lie legislature in ratifying (lie amend menl lo Mill Ibe proposal for Ihe manu 'aclure antl sale of beer containing as high as 2.75 per cent alcohol. Mayor Harry Davis, was re cleclecl In Cleveland; Jlayor Hchreiber, Independenl, was rc-elecl- cd In Toledo, and Mayor Karb, Deino- cral, waa defeated for reelection in Columbus by J. J. Thomas, an. For Law and Order HOSTON, Mass., Nov. Calvin CoolldRO, Republican, who made support of law antl order Ihe sole issue, ot his campaign, was rc- eicclcd yesterday by a plurality of over Richard U. Long, Demo- crat. The revised vole of the stale coiuplelc: Coolldgc Long scat in the pppaker's (jallcry. JIo watched with deep Interest tho taking ot the division on Iho amendment Lo the Grand" Trunk bill. from a 'past, and may- do good In the fulurn, WASHINOTOX, Xov. 5 Temporary legislfttton conilnil- .Ing government guaranteed re- turns Lo the railroads after their return to'prlTRte control from Jnn. 1 unill such tlmo na c6ngrt3s can enact permanent legislation, virtually were do- elded upon today by the sonata Inter-sUtc commerce commit- tec, fm, WHY HEARST LOST Ont., Xov, At a mrellnj of tbft -ITamllton 'proshylcrr Mr. Dickie volunlefcrert tht? opinion (hut the Hearst government wns defeated because It did not pro- vide lor mothers, wives and pensions. He inoreil IhfiL a memorial be prcpcnlcd lo (he K, C. UriiTjr, altcnttoiT (o thn of this ncari. The prcabvtory decfdecl id preeenl n. mcincrlal to tho new Kovcrnmcnl as auptcsierl i.y Mr, PARIS, Kov. first meel- Ing of the council of the: league of natrons will he held In Pxrit, tho iupreme- council decided to- day. It .did not, Tiowevtr, date for the gathering, It wzs agreed Ihit the council of the world body ihould consider at meeting only matters which muil bo paued upon Inv mediately after the formal ratlHca- lion of the German fxacf treaty. The supreme council today cuBied IU own uncompleled work, preparatory to deciding upon ex- whtt queitloni muil be pitied upon before the peiee cdn-k fercnce ALIEN FAILED TO I IS FINED -At the RX.W.M.Pi hftfracks, Thco (lore Porlo was fmcd'itft and rests liy KupcrlnleiidcnL reimofalhcr for fall- Inff lo register ax nn flllsn Ac- niacd- at rirel slated that lie was n llunianian, hut ois bftlr.ft ankcd to which crown tie owed Allegiance, re I'J.rtd "Vrancia Joseph.1' jut they will never gel by ling back on Q government (hat has ;cd Ihein sriuaro. "Tlie 'returned -loldiera snpporlcd ho government candidate a Infos I (o i man, as they were willing lo nrlmit hat tho Slcwarl gpvernmeal has dcavorcd lo give them a square deal." Feed In the North Tn regard to tho feeu all on he north country, Mr. stated; "Wlillo waa lo Airdree nnd Croastleld I uraa ]i peclH ,vaa a snrplug ol feed ,In that ____ ry. hut owing lo'-bad weather farm- ers were unable Lo belo 1C and get It ready for shlpmenL." KING WANTED BILL .SENT HACK TO COMMITTEE OTTAWA, Nov. S. Fielding's amendment lo the Grand Trunk purchase hill, which would have deferred third reading and re- ferred Ihc whole matter to" a com- mission, was defeated lit Ihc com- mons this afternoon by 91 lo CO. Four ministers against tha amendmenl. They were Sir George Foster, lion. Arthur Melghen, Hon. J. Held and lion. J. A. Calder. Among the Liber- als who ivero paired were Hon. S. g, J.-II. Slntlalr. W- K Kay, A. R. Mc.MAster, J. K. Sinclair and W. C. lennedy. J. F. Jqhnson, Last Mountain, votetl the amendment and the other cross benchers v.-fco opposed tlie bill debate, Gen. .Tnd .Major Andrcivs, Winiilpcg. were absent when Ibo vote was taken. A speech by lion. MacKenzie-King, Libtral leader, moved a tccond t nmeudmenl, occupied the first hour' ot the silling in Ihe evening. Mr. KliiE's amendment asked .thai stead ot being given Ihird reading tlie bill sliould he aubmllted again fu committee of the, whole house iustriictlou-s to EO amend clause two as lo provide that the agreement, bclwccu .Ihe-. and'-cbni- pany bB subwilled to p'arliamenl for ratification. Mr, King declared that front ntss the without parallel.- While the aniountj Involved was more tLan one-quarlei- Ot the national debt, Ihc hart rio tnforraatfon as to hovri tlie Uruted Slalcb regard Ihe ope ra- il on In thnl country ;of.n. syslGtiuci.f railways by a foreign government.. Dealing ,iv i tip financial conditions, Mr.' King asserlert. that (he garernment owes the banks ihc money now being raised by tlic Victory Loan and. thai a further loan would be ncccasary. The measure, lie said, combined all' the defects of private nml'pnbJir own- ership. He desired lo warn tbn gov- ernment lhal Uolshtrlsni had origiti- nlcd in the arbitrary actions of nuio- crntic executive. HOB. Arlhur Mclebcn, in reply, ac- cused Mr. King of using platitudes and hackneyed phrases. The division on -Mr. King's iniiutid- nieiil was lakcu al ball past ten o'clock. It w.is divided on a vole 01" 90 lo 55. The house rose at. 2.50.- C7J. The vole given Governor Coolidge was the Iarsc5( ever cast for governor in this state, although his plurality has bocn c-xceeded. I'JOIIK nlso oppos- ed Governor Coolldgc and WHS defeat- ed by a plurality ot Tho entire Hepubllean slate llckct as dueled by large majorities. Al- though the Democrats gained Tour scats In the house of representatives, the Republicans gained Ihrec. In Iho sejiale and will have..their usual lars'c mnjorlly In both branches. The house will hnro 17G Hepubllcnnfl, 62 Demo- waa lu Airdree nnd crcila nnd Lwo indciicndcnls, the looking up Ihe pros- 33 Hcpubllcans and leren Ue- green feed. ThcrslinocralB. Republican Wins NEW YOHK, Nov. re- turns of MID vole for president of the board of alrttrmen ol Greater New Vork show thai Representative F. II. Ixiguardla, llepublttfln, dftfealcd Hob crl Moran, Incumbent, by 13f3 rotca. An official recount will lie asfccd by Moran. The volo was: Uiguardla 403r051, Moran 4IH.6SS; .lames Social- let, Class Organization. Bureaucrat- ic, tSomc of Charges Hurl- .ed Against It RAID U. S. STEAMER FOR ARMS COHK, Nov. United steamer Pcngacola, undergoing re- palra nt 7 1-3 miles southeast of Cork, waa raided for arms after tho telegraph nnd tolcphone wires were rut: A watchman on overpowered and tied tn Ihc galley. Tho ship waa searched and three rifles were (d'fcen. TRI3CO MAYOR RETURNED SAX VIIANCISCO. Xov, Attorney Charles M. FlcXert wan de- feated. In yealertfay'g nt'iniclf1' tier- liou hy Mathevr" Drady, police Judge, by n majority "of; Major llotph Kupcnft K. Schmllz by a majority of SUIT- Judgment has Hla MaJo.Uy, the King', who sued, through tb-5 al- (or for (be- Tnor- old Pulp" Company to recover .1am- njcts for surplus power used qiiiintlly Irnre, C. C. Cassels, asslelanl -Boae bf [ho Dank of Montreal, In London, in expected In Ibe city early on Thursday morning. He hag been IT. Canada slrcc the beginning of Oc- tober in order lo obtain (nformHllon (hat uould be of advantage to him In (he position no liolds. Mr. Cnsacla la, on his return trip past from' Vancouver, Had leave tUc.cltr on Ihc 2.40 p.ni. mln on Thursday CALGARY, Nov. United Grain Growers came In for some crilielsm at the meeting ol the secretaries of the United Farmers of AlberU here this morning. John Stewart, of Big was the ipokecmin for the maTcon- teMs. He alleged that Ihe United Grain Growers was a class'organ- ization and not n publlfc benefic- iary and wanted to know why this was the case. He urged tht eslab- lishmcnl of a tiring of stores somewhat on the plan cf the May- pole Dairy ctfrnnany In'England, Jj Parker, of Younntlown, con- tended lhat the carload lot prin- ciple waa wrong and of value only to'the rich farmeY. "the UnlleJ Grain has developed a bureacracy have no local Mr. Parker tald. The United Grain Growers reply will be made this afternoon, by E. S. MeGrory, general manager. REFERENDUM .RETURNS SOON TORONTO, Nov. re- tiirng of Ihe referendum coun( made for political ridings Is ftfll Incomplete nnd today.a second hurry up carl hi the form of a leller was senl out-by (he Onlnrlo referendum committee lo, nlJ returning officers who Jtftvc lo make a complete report H la liop- od thai (he iBcMneVljl arrive In time for a summary of Iho province (o be made np ;