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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE USTtiBftliJGfc bAlLY HERALD Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD ,V PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Alberta :W W. A. EUCHANAN and Managing Eirectop Vf- V JOHN TOIWAKCE 'i' Business Member Audit Burc.tu of Circulations Subscription Rates: delivered, per DaJIy. by mall, per S.OO Dally, by mall fur 6 months........ 4.35 Daily by mlill, J months........... "Weekly, by null, per year........... Weekly, mail, per year to S.W THE RECORD OF GOVERNMENT. Premier Meighen in the politlcsl tour he is making Is spending much time in vindicating the record of the Union Government. In this the Premier is engaged lu a task in which the public may be said not to be par- ticularly interested. It is not" the past so, much as the. future that the .public Is concerned with, for with the wildest imagination it cannot "ba1 thought intends to carry-6n a Union-Government'in the Spfrirand sense la which Union Gov- ernment originated and TTM created. So far- as the Union Gorernment jras concerned no., one. contends tho point that it fnimied Its inlBaloa In carrylne on the Government at Canada ft a time of war, when the nation 'united for one purpose and tor 6ne purpose aloae Its record in this respect'Was a'good one, and in the crlsjs It old all that the people who elected it expected It to do. At a time Euch as that In which the Union Gov- (ernment held power It performed its duties with considerable merit AB a War Government it hafl Its place and fulfilled its. purpose, taut ire ijjat I. The head ot the Union Government bas gone. The Cabinet of that time Is tot the Cabinet of to-day. The very iname'of the party that held power is Changed. It Is no more the Unionist Party hut, present Premier In faking up tha reins of power has so fiimml It, H Is the Liberal tad Conservative Party, with a policy framed by tie Premier in what he is i enunciating' and jiot one which wm appeal to parties, the iPreniler'B declaration of (hi a policy thejUnlou Government all the credit that Is It, it Is not much use attempting to paint the lily of Union Government MconlpllBh'ed the Singing of Its pniaei piay1, juit as well Utt tho The people of Canada are tn'Ars atnlous la regard to pollclM that are 'tq In regard to pollclw that Dave been. do_'witn' ___ that UM qpesTloVc-'t the_ tariff should bejhnrfed during the 'and with this con tentlour point removed there wan.tho the hatchet, for the time, fcefifVen the two Parties which had consolidated to see that Canada did war If the Premier the glamor of the at the time it ts nsttulness to reflect on tho Liberal and Conservative Party In the_neit election campaign, he cannot eipect the public to be- (leva ths one and the-olher are-ths Bams ihing1. This Is tattrfg too much for granted, even with the credulous. It-is to divest ourselves cimoaflage, however will It served Its purpose with our armies In the fleM. War and peace are two differ- pnt JVng's faclt be faced. The finest Ion to-day Is what the new policy new. Party -with the old rB traditions means. 3. 'What Is the'most famous war dance ot antiquliy! 3. ;WiaJ Is the largest Pyramid In tho 3. largest of the Egyptian Pyramids! 4.. What .duke Introduced a dance Into Eagland! Wij-.ls qiiaraDtlne so called? 6.' Of what Is shaking hands a. relic! THURSDAY'S QUESTION 1. What Is a dragoman! 2. When did an eclipse causa the annihilation ot an army? 3. WhM Is the Economy of Natnre! 4. On what occasion were men kill- ed, with roses! How. did the. science of elec- tricity originate! Why Is Florida so called? ANSWERS .A guide or Interpreter to travel- lers In foreign lauds. 2. Nfclae, the- Athenian general, was so terrified'by an eclipse of .the moon, that he diirst not defend h'im- selt-frotn the-Syracnsans: In conse- quence of which his whole army was cut lo pieces and he himself was put to death. 3. The laws of nature, whereby tho greatest ainpnn't of good Is obtained. 4. When the raad Emperor Marcus Aurellus Antoninus, known as Hello- the principal men of Home to. a "banquet and smothered them ot roses. 5. From the discovery that amber whea rnbbed-attracted snbstances .6. On account of the richness and quality f or logs The fuhlng industry does not ap pear to oe It a flourishing condition TUB simon canning factories have closed doW In spile ot a greatly The H November monthly letter of Ihejipyal Bank, Issued from, the head office K contains some Information os to condi- generally In the pomlnion. It states; that ;ha8lcally Canada's com- mercldl position IS a sound one, that and retail conditions are than they were' at this date last the money actually realised or effected crops ia having a ben'eflclal effect. A mark- ed dlspViSitlonttma been noted on the of" purchasers In both tho whole- said and retail trades to hold back ia expectation ot lower prices. Taking Canada as a whole, the industries In which special dnllueas is reported. are clothing and boots and shoes. Hard' ware !s tho only trade In which in- creased prices are reported. H is satisfactory to find that the hank letter is of tho opinion the labor situation throughout the Domin- ion 'nppears'fcr 'the most part 'to very much Improved. Repnrta show that labor is more eflfiient'and t'hat tho.raon are moro anxious lo hold ttolr positions than they have been at any time since the Armistice. Sqmc un- employment Is anCclnated on' ;ha JPflcifio Coast wiett the laborers re- from" the prairie PrdvJnces after fee harvesting. reported all over Canada that ratfons'that have been Dp S: Q'JESTIOMS undertaken' are absolntely inadequate, equae, u -.housing, situation is poor; there oor; ere tie greatest scarcity, and rents are '1- reduced pack in outlook for this industry is not 'good The formerly large part ortho-part cannot qe? tiaUl there erihangefcon dltions, and netj markets hafe rot Seen found elde of the water except for the highest grade of salmon In tho Prairie ProTinces it Is noted that the hear? m Sepiember considerably delayed harreat, and, ae s foutqcence, the movement of grain to date.has neen'below normal The effect ot the late harreat'has been felt by the wholesale trade, business is reported to be only moderate and collections alow. .The production of donjestlc coal for the year to date is between nnd: tons-In etnas' of last year's production for the same period. in tho value of .Canadian fnnfls, the says, continues. Beginning In September, the premium on American funds In Montreal show- ,ed a steady decline from about 11 per cent to the low rate of per cent., reached on. October 7th. Since then the premium has risen fluctuating In the neighbor- hood of 10 per cent. Tho last avail- able quotation was IOV4 per cent, on Last year, for tho period of Septem- ber to -December the lowest premium .on American funds was quoted on September 15th, on which data It was 3.'per..cent. The premium averaged per cent. In October; In November It' rose to 6 1-6 per cent., anil In December the rale advanced sharply to a high of 10% per cent. With'the new political affiliations of Hon. J. A. Calder, the biblical question, "Is Saul also among the bas Its modern application. President Wilson has sent no mes- sage of congratulation to President- elect Harding. Is Achilles sulking in his lent The word "obey" ls> to be deleted from tho marriage service. 'This Is a tribute to the conscience of women to Gave them from committing perjury agaln-jt their will. -.William Jennings Bryan has'now been heard from. He places the blame of the defeat of tho. Democrats on Wilson Cos. stales that former, laid the foundation for the disaster and the latter had completed the structure. In other words, Iho boat ot disaster that Wilson built was sleereil the cox to' destruction.' (Continued From Front Pagt.) States and "with alt nations of tha earth." "1 soiuetimei read In your aewsr he said, "of these subtle, dev- Illsh schemes which the British got- ernment Is preparing- with tlw object of preventing your trade eipansjoa, I have been a member of the British cabinet, I have been the minister of the crown responsible for the trade pollcj- and activities of the govern- ment and I assure yon formally and without reservation that the principle which underlies Britten trade policy Is eipressed in the five words: 'Fair trade and equal opportunity.' "I! we continue to trust one another, if we know, as states, we can trust one another, not to attempt to steal inir- ches each upon the other, then I oe- tleve that the competition ot our re- spective traders we will add to" not substract from the understanding ot the one nation by the other.' "Let me wltSbut any bility of misunderstanding the British government wilt welcome co-operation of the government of the United States In dealing with t be problem! of the east and the west an4 that far as trade In concerned it studs today by its old policy of fair trade and equal A Large List Of Cases At Retlaw {Prom Our Own CorresDomleni.) TABER. Nov. a recent Cght in a Rellaw cafe, in which a win- dow was broken 'and other damage done, a series of arrests were made by Constable Frewin of the A.P.P. de- Ischraeat here which resulted lu eli cases appearing before S. J. Laylon, J.P., of Taher, in the held at Retlaw, this week. Steve Votko appeared on Ihe charge of fighting in a public pUco, and as a result of the evidence was fined and costs On a second charge ot in ioilcation was mulcted In the siim ot and costs. A. Robertson' appeared on -the charge of breaking the window In .the Retlaw- Cafe. He was ordered to pay, for the damage, and-also the costs'of thn court. How; of tlie cafe was., charged with- allowing drunken- ness on his premises and drew a fine of J10 and above cases ap- peared on. Nov. 2nd, and 4th, three more cases before the Taber J.P., .arising out of the row. ,Jake of Iletlaw appeared first on a (charge of common assault, and a fine of and costs On this charge He was also for creating a, disturbance in a public anil obtained and coils for1 this fA fur The ther'charge of-belfli! Intnxlcaled in a public IJO and eonti, mak and costs of the three cases FRIDAY, KOVEMBER 5, 1920 Than Poetry 6. E. Klter THE PLEASURES OF EGOTISM I have been told by men who hold To foolish prejudice and bias That I remind them much of old Saphfra's husband, Ananias; But I'm .loo well seli-salUfied To let such slander hurt my Upon'occasions that were I .have pushed aside and sllghied; ..r The tore I ever hid girt was Her: foolish 1 must tell: She tbonjjtt I loved myself too -well Fame should lave been my high reward. if'I hcd not beea But.they misJndBe me, by the Lord, Who are convinced tut I'm de- i fsaled; c Such splendid gifts as I Must bring mo honor and success, I s proper chance My rise could hot be long retarded; Somehow I draw the envious glance, My talents always disregarded- But jealousy's the tribute they' Who envy 'genius come lo pay. They say that I have failed In all The have Does Ih'aY prove' that my gifts ar s'mair t ,-My confidence still m fool! despise me if Ihey all inivfaulfs, I love me still. BECOMES CLERK OF THE B. C. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY VICTORIA, "Noy. 'Pro- vincial Eecretarj John Llllv has been appointed by the provincial government the office of clerk of the legislative, assembly, an offlce filled for nearly jears by tile late Thornton' Fell h C, who suc- cumbed suddenly during the-last s'es slop of the ligislalure. SUGGESTED UKELIHOOD OF ANOTHER PLEBISCITE ON THE LIQUOR QUESTION {Edmonton Bulletin) second vote on Alberta's liquor Jirobiem Is altogether likely within the fieit twelve months. With the Issue ot governmental Jurisdiction settled by tha decisive verdict on the Impor- tation referendum ,ot; October 35th, the province now holds the sole auth- ority for legislating and enforcing liq- uor law within-its borders. What policy Is to be followed in dealing with tie problem In the future will be set- the legislative assembly in the session .which-is likely to be call- ed during the'coming January. Premier Stewart and other mem- bers of tha cabinet refuse absolutely to divulge any information as to what their proposals to the'legislature are likely to It Is officially slated that so. announcement on the liquor ques- tion will be made until.lt Is made to the legislature.. However members of tie have been fully apprised last few days of strong movement- In the. province for tho of i plebiscite In Alberta simi- lar, to that recently la Brit- ish. and It has been es tab- lished almost beyond 'a doubt that stronger; pressure will be brought to bear from within the legislature it- self .when tlat'body, meets early nett year. Ufltslature VVlll Favor Vote A of.thelegislaturo ranks that an overwhelming major- ity of the. members favor having the liquor question set tied: by the people of the province in a direct plebiscite as to yhether laws or ab- solute, government control of intoxi- cants Is. to prevail, Fully forty out of members of the house without to Apolitical lines, would almost certainly vote to have siich. submitted. Prob- ably the numbor would be eveb great- err t the government will rebom- the-house Is problematical, homner of prlvatd members of .he honst in the city durtng the last are most emphatically op- posed to attempting to revise the pre- sent prohibition law with s view of uakjng H more workable They claim bas been ample evidence that drastic, rev'slona of the liquor act has not made It more generally observe! or mon easfiy enforced1, and thej de- clare that the only satisfactory meth od in their mind IB to havo the people establish beyond all doubt whether ,otal prohibition Is desired, or wheth- er liquor shall be allowed as a bever- age under government control. In view of the situation In legls la live circles then, It seems safe to say that a plebiscite on the liquor question will be placed before the electors: of "the province within a reasonable time after' the legislature prorogues neit spring. In all likeli- hood the vole will be submitted In June or July at tho latest. To Combat it With What Will Be-Termed, a, Sacrifice Tax'-.-.- BERLIN, treas- ury faces a.deficit of approximately seventy billion marks. Dr. Karl Heltfe- rlch, former vice-chancellor, declared in the: Helens lag here yesterday. >.illo said that tn the amounting' to.bno-.hundred billion marks, the receipts wohid total thirty billions. He declared it'was impossible to vote the credits demanded for the Interallied ..high commission, in the Ilhlne territory t.and jeproached tho minister of finance, Dr. Wirth, for not anything to remedy the ,Dr. answering, staled the cabinet-had decided to Introduce a bill providing for a sacrifice tas, add- ing that the government would ask a credit of one billion marks to buy cereals abroad. COALITION CANDIDATE Still. LEADS H4VANA, Nov. coalition' candidate for presidency, Dr. Al- fredo Zayas, Is leading General Gomez candidate, by a majority of votes in. the five provinces outside Havana .province with 421 precincts. missing, according to the central ROBBED MESSENQERS OF A BIG AMOUNT DETROIT, masked men Noy held up messengers of the Detroit Sav- ings bank" on 17th street yes- terday and robbed them of 000 The messengers who were riding in an auto had been making collections at branch banks The Irandlln escaped PICKED UP Iff PASSING R T S T MAN The lutury tares yielded lu Alberta In October. W. 0. N. Porteous, well known horseman and pqineer of Vlirden, Man u dead. David J Defense nf the licalm Act. CANINE TRIBUTE A liosloii man who motored through Kentucky last summer put up one night at a country hotel In that state, anil going nul on the plam'after-sup- per he heard a group.of-natives dis- cussing Ihe character of a citizen who had just been hurled. The Boston mnn became Interested and asked 'Was he "Was echoed Ihe chief speak- er. Slranger, every dog's hill In town stopped waggin' for five minutes while the funeral passed." COX'S CEFEAT CRACK FOR THE SINN FEIN TORONTO, Nov. feln hones have been crushed with the overwhelming defeat of Jamee M. Cox In the Amerl. can presidential said Rav. David Dempster, who ar- rived In Toronlo yesterday Tho Irish minister has a com- mission from the general'an- sembly of (ho Presbyterian church in Irelnm! to tell Uls- ter'H story to the American people. 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