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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ('Vt FINAL EDITION SD01EN PAGES VOLUME XUL LETHBRIDGE; ALBERTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBEJV277 i> POLITICAL Farmer Leader Criticizes New Premier, His Speeches and His Policy ASKS FOR STATEMENT i ON NATURAL RESOURCES BRYAN TELLS WILSON TO RESIGN AT ONCP PKINCB ALBERT, Nov. Ing Into an explanation of tbe prin- ciples of ;the new national policy, the Hou T A CrerK, leader bf the Pro gresslve party In Canada, tonight crl ticized Premier i MeIgbeh for slate- incuts made In the premier's speeches at Truro, Sberbrcoke and Granby re-, cently in which Mr. Meighen had rcr ferred to "dangerous doclrlnes taught by dangerous men" The extreme farmers "free trade parly" etc, Mr Crerar quoted excerpts from the Can adlan Press.-T-e'ports of Mr Melghen's speeches'and asked '.'fs.this the type of now statesmanship -we are" going to iu Canada'1 He charged tho premier u Ith 'misrepresenting Vwll full} or not, people were as loval as any citizens lu this country.' He declared, that the present gov- .efnment.was allied to interests and.. that wtint Canada. needed "was liohesty.'in in education and'tolesatibn for the whole of the people of Qanada .Witlt reference to tho result of the United States flections, Mr Crerar "lated that he would like lo be In formed ot the pollcj of the present sqvefnmentjhould the reciprocity pro ppsals be.revived, as was again iri the rfalm of practical politics with tho return of a Republican administration In States i Mr Crerar urged more1 the development of thOasletiridffstrlcs, licial stimulation for industries ask ing tanfl commission had of contradictory exidence and the Progressive leader that, thecindustry needing protection'should'plifce1 Its claims In the a committee of the bouse, He instanced Great Britain's recovery after (he war as an instance of what'freo trado has What is Adequate'Protection done QS cdmpaied with protectionists countries such as. France arid-Italy Mr.'.Meigheh had spoken ot a meas ure o! adequate protection said Mr Crerar Tiic as to what adequate protection Creim separtors had tlwajs been free In Canada and yet the Industry had thriv- ed and (Jju.ulkui.separators were com peling in the markets of the world. Plows .'awl pumps were easier to make yet' had; to Jitf Canadian trade 'commissioners., .wore .sent all the to drum up business for Canadian industrj, imports tthlch would pa> for exports were checked by customs ilulies.. Tbe na tnral. resources should not. only be iclurued lo tlie prairie provinces, cd "Mr Crerai, but the west should be] compensated for tbe resources j "aed, The .east claimed an equity iu the -western lands, mines' and forests He repudiated this the east. The.resources.should be handed over and If tho'csst had any real claim for i-oiupeiisaltpii It could get It in the by carrying-tbc claim into the couns to. bfl properly dealt ivlfti. Mr. Crorar stated he would likb lo hear, the prime minister before ho returned lo Ottawa give tho West a pronouncement on this matter. CHICAGO, Nov. J. Bryan in Chicago today gave out a statement, suggest- ing that "President Wilton thouid resign at once." "N'ow that (lie.American people have decisively declared against the League of Nations as written by the saw Mr Bryan, "it would seem desirable to carry but tlie verdict immediately This can be easily dohe "The president should once and turn over his offlce to Mr. Marshall, on the condition that bn.'the convening of congress in December, Mr-Marshall appoint Senator Hard secretary of state and himself resign 'The lav; then would make, Mr. Harding president and with" the Republican .support In congress he could immediate- ly put the. plan for the Unite! States to enter into, "an" association of nations for peace: "As world peace Is a thing nearest the president's heart hdrdly refuse to hasten the" coming of peace by .so small a sacrifice, if it could bo called a sacrifice to escape from a hostile congress, sup- ported as Ills bv the recent vote Non-Partisan'for Governor Has A Very'Small So Far Oklahoma Woman Farmer Secures a Seat In Congress Republican Senator Chosen in Ma- jority Ever Known for Republicans in the House of Majority in Senate. NEW YORK, Nov. tho flireClouse, Republican, was reported to of Presidentelect electoral' vote virtually settled at of. a possible the complexion of the neve, senate set down as 59 Hepubll cans and Republican leaders today "awaited-belated returns on eight- contests In-sli'fitateB to fix the exact-size of the Republican house majority., the eijzht undetermined seats In ,the house, tho Republicans bad 281 members, to ..137 Democrats and four of Bother, designations, i a plurality of greatest ever held'bv any the house Republicans appeared be-ass'ur- ed of better than" "an 'evefi bVeak on the eight outstanding A seats' record party-fliar The' seata, still In were-tlie fourth Maryland dis trlct, 'eighth Minnesota, liftb Mis New and fifth West would them''a n gin T, fiafota Virginia i A fur'her possible Democratic up- set appeared 'possible in the fourth district "wn'ore W.that the nation played Ita'part In ,1 new International association 'ounded .on peaSe and justice. i BURNED TO DEATH Ont., Nov. Mrs. Jamos Young' was burned lo death when the- house In which she and her was 'destroyed by fire. three miles from this place on Wednesday, afternoon. HOSCO.MJION. Mich., Nov. Jane Ca-ycar-flld'inother of three chiltlren'aiid sbrriif-elect'of Ros- common today: outlined tbo platform on which slie. will go Into office next Januan 'I can land a bad man or a bid woman she said, "but as n matter of precaution I will appoint My husband rieputy. In, the Intervals between searching for and caring for prisoners I will look after my girls and a and the domestic duties ih-tiie county jail." Mrs.'Johnson added that in case It should her "to arrest a had niari, ho will-know some one has beeu'aTter him." Tho sheriff-elect Kilned .her experi- ence from her huaband, who has been sheriff for tbo past %lx vears anil whbm she married-forty years ago. G.ET.JUDGESH1PS OTTAWA, appoint- ments have been made to the supreme court of Quebec province. Philemon Cousineaii, former, leader.of tbo Que- bec. and; tho other fs Charles While', K.C., a leading. Con- serTaflvo worker In'Sherbrooke. Mr. White is (l brother-in-law of J. II. Woods, of. Ihe Calgary Herald. to Troubles in Ireland tONDON, Nov. Inter- esting although unofficial attempts being made to solve the Irish' question, H tfevclop.ed today. The ;ftrtt of these Is iili to Induce' ,the governinent to. communicate with the Sinn. Ferh members of parliament In order to I reach a practical agreement and ruin 6f Ireland. The seeo.nd Is that the coalition, members of 'parliament will form- ally propose a plan for withdraw- ing the military In' Ireland to strategic and allowing fhe loyaf authorities :to the responsibility for .tha preserva- tion of law. and'ordtr with the eventual view of negotiating a po- tfMfmeht 'of ttii1. nroblsm. BOOTLEGGERS DISAPPEARED MONTHKAIv Nov.! L 3tott, an tlio Bank of Dtlawa .used u ;'gunJ bclongjug lo bis emploj'ers.-'when'lie and killed eleven-year-old 'Johri Sheeban in Jan- uary, 1010, a, juryjiere 'yesterday or- dered the bank to pay damages to the bereaved.father. serving 15 years for manslaughter.ill connection with the shooting', evidence. Ho stated that he Canana in 1917 -when Hbout 16 old and had. previously, three years in n ScoltUh jail. The jury made a point In reaching their ver- dict that the bank should have inves- tigated Stott's record. Judgment was reserved argument on points ol law. to hear Lieutenant Slain; Two Suspected Of Deed Were Killed NBNAGIf, County Tipper.iry. -Ire land, Nov. Hamilton .was shot dead while motorcycling near hero last evening. Two men ,w-ho were Arrested on suspicion of having'killed Lieut. Hamilton nUeraplcd to escape and were shot and killed. Reprisals followed the officer's death. Licensed premises.and n print- ing office were destroyed by fire and n creamery was blown lip .with bombs nrld tho machinery smashed. The In- habitants fled Into tho surrounding country. Tho "noise of firing and ex plosions was heard throughout tho night. GETTING WATER FROM SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN. REGINA, Nov. G. Chase, consulting engineer of Winnipeg 'and city engineer Vancouver, have been appoint- ed consultants to the Saskatche- wan water commission, They will report on the proposed schema to'supply" the southern part of-the province with Water- from, the South' Saskatchewan river.''- Announcement to thfi msds today by Major A. Me- of the com- Activities of Authorities ,in The Pass Heaiy Pine for> (By Staff Reporter) COLBMAN, Nov Ganos of the Colcraail hotel, last night plead' ed guilt) to tho charge of liquor sell ing and was fined .costs. This clears the docket ot liquor cases .Jn the Pass. Severn! olber bootleggers In Tho 'ass, tho police aver, left foi TbankEgivlng Daj they apprehended. unknown, scareil out bv.the end should will promptly be SIGN A TREATY PAKlS, Nov. commercial Ircity beUeen Franco and Czecho SlbvhltJa has been signed. Sogai Starts to Undersell; Cane Refin- .erics Join in Tactics Nov. Demor- alliallon reigned supreme in the sugar market here today and no one, refiner or wholesaler, seemed to know what was going Lead' Ing wholesalers stated That follow- ing repealed drops In (he raw sug- ar market at New York with the persistent course of the Dominion' Sugar Refinery of ToMnto, which deals In beet sugar, Ih under-sell- ing the cane sugar that the four big cane sugir. refineries. here had broken away from, all agreements as to stabilization of prices and were telling where and how they could. Accordingly, the big. wholesale firm's here, .who In the past have stijod fairly Well together, aban- doned their cohesive policy and started sn orgy of (SHce cutting Granulated sugar wilt quoted at 1C 1-2 cents by one refiner and 14 cents by unatrief.'rvThe Refinery 13.71 Special Permit Comes High This W -Bushnell, in Central Press Assn. Sooner Sleep With Sndfte TORONTO, Nov. soldiering and politics are strange anil fro- qunetly scrappy bedfellows, was a point established last night in -con- necflbn with' the .elcctiftn campaign for the-northeast Toronto vacancy In tho provincial legislature." Three .returned soldiers and an .ex-sctool the seat. At a meeting In tlie imprests of Major W H Kippen Liberal candidate, last Col Burton 'former commanding olicer ot the overseas battalion in which served Major Alex Lewlfli Conservative nominee, asked permission to'apeak. After-announcing that he had been a lifelong Major'Kippen, Col. Burton'regard Lewis that man, and slept with him for nine mouths, and 1 want to, say-I .would.sooner sleep with a Bnake. I have him, other 'lhaii ;that.' t Col.'Burton-declared that Major.Lewis "politician.put on my the7 government, :as second' lii: command." The statement of caused a sensation. Major Kippen afterward stated that had ho Known tbe colonel would indulge in personalities, he nould requested not to speak Beer Found in' Coleman Prenv' ises Contained Husky "Al- coholic Portion PROVINCIAL TREASURY REPLENISHED CLAIM THAT SEVWEEN J "BLACK AND TANSMflLHD LONDON, Nov. Evening Standaid's corre- spondent at Mullingai, county Westmeath, Iieland, says, it is lepoited, although not confiimed, that 17 "Black and Tans" have been killed fiom ambush by machine guns Alien Land Law Swept The State Of California SAX.FI1AXCISCO, .Xov. Califor- nia by a three to one vote Tuesday passed the "Anti-Allen Law" a meas urc Intended. to restrict tenure of land by non-assimilable aliens. The measure was initiated lo halt wbat its -sponsors termed "encroach- of Japanese on California lands through leasehold or actual purchase. It Is designed lo replace the present alien. land law passed in 1013, which prohibits ownership of land or leases extending beyond three years by aliens Ineligible to citizenship. Tlie new nicasilre -forbids purchase Or leaseholds .for. nny length o( time by any such .aliens. Purlber provis- ion is mailo against control of. land by corporations In which they arc domfn- ant or through of their FRANCE AND BRITAIN REACH UNDERSTANDING. PARIS, Nov. has been concluded between France and Great Britain to gov- ern the military relations of the allies at Constantinople, It was an- nounced today. This governments of the two countries have-reach- ed an agreement on principles re- lating to a number of-points for execution of the Turkish peace treaty, the announcement said (By Staff Reporter) COLbMAN Noi and sluut containing a higher percenla'go alcohol, than, that'.sold. in. pre-dry B Is being distributed bj laann faclurers and wholesalers, was tlisclos ed in cuurt hero.yesterday, when bser seized in a recent raid.on Jack Job n- son's bar was produced In couft jind Ihe government analysis read. inspector Jack HesketU of the "dry" squad ot the A. P. P. findings of tbe government analysis. which showed that: the beer and stout produced by tbe pros- ecution contained 8.6 and 7.70.: Ordin- ary lager beer Is .said to contain around S per cent alcohol, so it will be seen tnat tbe btuff peddled now would give one. a pretty stiff :iolt Jobnscn, who is mayor of Colenibn, and who was 'dismissed last on l whlskev selling charge pleaded guilty and was flneu and costs by Magistrate B N Barker of Cafds ton who Is trying tbe cases When sentence was passed the ac cueed stated openlr that he 'hated, be singled out when he knew of other places in The Pass celling thi same sort of stuff "All Plead Guilty" In the other cases of alleged'bpqt i legging ail pleaded guilty 5lay Volne of Colefnan 'w'as 'fined 1200 and 'costs Angelo Vasio Pete Belecky aad Fret Hrlhorle of Blalrmore and Hlllcrcst were ;each fined and coats Henrv Zack, Blalrmore, and cost" In the case ot who a returned raanvana iBjCarrving i tua court remitted hab the fine of Imposed last weeK 01 v Solicitor Putnam's wlthrfranal 'of ?ei r proceedings "Lewis' clerk Orlando, was also on the boozo selling, but tbe case was with drawn Afternoon Session The trial was. the'main feature of .the afternoon X- bottle of whiskey was-submltte'd -.c an exlilhlt by the prosecutor; contributed to tho public chqst: In all'of the cases tried yesterday. ,T. WV MacDonald of- Maclco.d, sente'd the attorney general s depart ment: T. It. Putnam and J.B. Gillii, ol Blaiimore, appeared for tbo de- Cut To Pieces Two Divisions Red Cavalry CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. Gen- eral Wrangel has-personally' tnken charge of a violent rearguard cavalry action and cut to pieces two divisions of'.red cavalry In the west ot- Sal- Ible and therefore priv- ileged to own Protibncnls of tlie measure contend- ed that tho measure -would hot of his troppa. privo such aliens of acijulrcil Inler-i csts In lands so long as such rights continued under-present, leases or analogous iiistrumcnls.' Improving with the chanco of effecting n successful retreat for the main body HUNDRED-DOLLAR FINE STIRRED UP HIS ENGLISH (By Staft Reporter) COL-BMAX, Nov. amusing incident occurred in Magistrate Barker's court yesterday afternoon in the trial of Mat of FranV Mat; who is a Bohemian by bin' has been In" Canada some'yeai mid' Is naturalized. His evidence was given through an interpreter as Mat confessed total ignorance ot tho English tongue. 'All through the trial.Mat main- tained a stolid'silence. It was-a case where "ignorance was bliss.' Mat was fined and. costs, and when he heard the sentence he .suddenly came to' life and lu jilnin English cried: 'Me no fool with the'sluts asly more.' Me cut It oul. Laughter.- greeted Ihls remark, the court Joining iu Iho enjoyment of the joke. liOUND AND GAGGED PEG WOMAN, AND THEN TIED HER TO COUCH WINNIPEG; NOV. Timothy 'Hrien; 11 I'cllls street, was the vic- tim of one ol tho most audacious acts of violence In (be city's records Thurs- day rvltcruoon. Opening her front door In answer lo a knofk, she was attacked by two. masked men. They pushed her Into.n sitting room, hound and gagged her and then tied her to a touch.. The- robbers then went through tho house, bill secured nothing of value, overlooking In cash bid- den In a dresser drawer. SASKATCHEWAN HAS DRY MAJOKUT REQINA, Nov. of' ficlal figures from 14 to 16 constit- uencies In the province show that Saskatchewan rfry, .In the( referendum by. a majority of ovir Prohlbitfon carrje.d In ev- ery Dominian riding but the Prince Albert'.- GREAT BRITIAN AND U. S. MUST AVOID 4 TRADE COMPETITION MtXNKAPOMS. Ilrltai nand the United Stales .niusl avoid national traile .competition "or- ganized by supported by political, Sir Auckland decides, iJrlllsli ambassador to the United Slates declared today In an ad- dress at a chamber of commerce lun- cheon here. ,If tho United States or'oreat Brit- ain, .he said, were Ize of exclusiVc ecoriprplcj. ad- vanlago a clash of Interests that would at least strain tho friendly ____. I as a matter ot Intercut" that K'lhe" British Umpire should adopt a law ffe- claely atmlUr to the Unlled "Slates1 law limiting coastwise traffic lo ship's flying onl> Its own fhg, 'there wottld bo'-some fnr-reaching deratigementj In" the business of non-British ehlpplrig." "Wo are not thinking at present- adoplluK'any such: ha added, 'for our trade policy la based-on the policy trade and equal oppor- titnlty Speaking'-not only: as the. ambassH- (lor: of Great Britain, but as the repre- sentative bf all'the British rlnmiiilons foo two and cblfmicy, 'of .one quarter of .the. Sir Auckland, said ;ho Sir Auckland denied Miman Sir Auckland, said -no pearlng In United Bta'tea newspapers haii "o hesltatfnn In asseHIng that he that United Stales shjps mlarqpresenteil no opinion of Import placed at a disadvantage .with'British anco 5e. ll ,wa! shins by British He declared, however, "riot In any sense as a threat-however of alt tho British to live In peaco and amity allli tho United on ;