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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDC DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920 r Proprietors and PubHshprj "THE .LETHBBIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ttl Street South, Lethbrldge, Albertl W. BUCHANAN j rivtffleat and Director V JOlfX -tOHRASCE Audit Bureati'.of .CircpUUons Subscription Rates: j.dtlis-trnjd, per week..........f Itf S.M Daily, by mail for 6 mall, 3 "WeeXly, by mail, year..........J.5) Weekly, by mail. year lo U.S... TflE VISJT OF THE PREMIER AND MR. CALDER i and the i the opportua- two of the iU the Government oj premier and a Minister ot his They come to us. not ill their official capacities, as ex- ponents of the present and future_of the. Government and policy of that (bf wide, National, Liberal, and which, has taken. L has been be- mist Party.-In this re'sf'e'clHhe" visit will not only be 4 but interest- injgVPneyfJiiTitbls'! particulaj ttio visit the Visit of Slessrs. Caider will .be added tp In at one time It seemed two personalities of ,lhe'present 'day would visit tho city. The twp members of the .Government Will leastjlearnt in their visit tbii'H-.lV one which has been highly ,b by the, people of' the city rind district, if for nothing else In tbe cppprtunity.it affords lo hear the other side of-tho case, having comparatively Tocently heard one in the visit ol' the Leader 'of'the Opposition. Tie, Premier is bound to give bis hearers, an exposition of his lariif However much the people of are'interested in the Tariff. Policy, yet to Ihis particular portion of thS) the Interest In irrigation; at for the time.being, over- shadows the interest in the tariff. .The ijepplo therefore, naturally look for .some amppun.ce- DaegOn ihis and It 'is. to' .be jrrent number of the American Re-1 ew of Reviews sees It, it is precisely) Ma use the American people had the! iperiencs of so profoundVa '.racial] uestiou, fefi'ectlng'the course of their ntlre history, that they do not wish o' become' involved in anoth'er racial roblem of still greater difficulty and anger. The Californiaus, we read, are asslonately 'eager allowed to y tho experiment for another century r so of trying to maintain a white nan's country, Tho. white people of he Southern the negroes ere emancipated and were invested tha. Constitution 'of United talcs all" civil and political ights-rwefe.also passionately, deter- mined to prevent, what, they called, negro lie-nomination" and to maintain hat they also called a "Caucasian" The difficulty with which hese white people of the lower South ad tp cQiitcnd was sheer numbers anc ho hard'w'o'rk tnat .for. cnerstioits'the lot of the blscla'.Bul ie_whites, began, more and-more to ace the common tasks, and Ihey row in-numbers more rapidly. vefage than the ;bl.itk'race. Further; (h.ej'tj.., S. Federal Government ft er. a: dozen (years. of f atll o, expert nee 'gate-nip 1 ho plan bf trying to munities lika SouUiern Carolina. And ince there, :that''th'ey joined. .'Mr. Meighen'has-a thorough tabwledgeVof the .irrigation prdhlfeji iisMt refers to Southern.' Alberta, a'nc there. will' berths natural anilely to iaya iome declaration on-this Import anl irf: gallop in what1 has so far 'been accomplished, has. advanced steps eincB the last Tisit of'the Prem Jef. In. his Cabinet 'position. of ijiniste bf 'the Interior, together wjlh_a, cbanef of-responslpllity Irf the new office M; Meighen is also the ipecnliarly" Western the people b common with with which Southern Alberta, in those'of tho Prairlo Provinces, are in tetesfed, and .tbat'is th'e question th'o'restoration -of the natural re 'gotircefe. Something in regard to thl keeping with tho desires ,o thji "West, be; expected to b fhe Premier, Calder, as he has been general! Smqwn in the "West, comes.to us as poiy pan, 03.he has .stated, in th change bo has undergone. Me .has espoused a tariff policy new to the on hVias b'een associated with, and th on 3 particularly differen f posting-.60 far as the-West is c' cefned._ He, we feel sure, will 'accorded a respectful reception, an at the; same time what he has lo sa jFill be. looked to with Both-Mr. Meighen siiwl.Mr. Calde bS assured of a cordial welcome, in they are visiting the city. iVVfe feel sure that! they will be glad "that thfr opportunity. has been made fbr'i their being with us. They will tfb, .-received as distinguished citizens "pf Canada in the positions they re- spectively; bold, In the mission they 'are.at the'time engaged, their.visit wifl be welcomed, and the more so if touch on the intimate problems fo which reference has been made. TODAY'S 1. What is said to be tW den iOOCXI i'. What has been a favorite sftbJKi vith artists? HOW; does th'e pls'.oi, jtt name? j. 4. are the "sailing What monarch 4 ranri o anyone who invented. iurc? j C. TATiat are Plluy's. SATURDAY'S 1. WhC) vras 'i. What is a pallndrotnt What is tq Og King of In Itiblet were the KoUWteli meant ,3 5. Whai is denoted cbyj-'tWlOid rco.. negro I upon ras no putsldo power t iterfcro of the undeveloped ace, the whites resumed and easily supremacy. Bnt the 7acific coast- problem; hR3 elements liat are far.'more difficult to'deal with, 'he Asiatics, are highly'developed in ersonal skill and have behind them ,igh civilizatipn .and powerful, states- clanship. employers on the' co'ast, the1 leyiew. of' Reviews poinls out, have Iways wanted Oriental labor, becauso t was so cheap and efflc'erit. It was losslble. to e'mploy in relays Immense lumbers of transient Oriental. and alieii laborers ion of the Panama Canal .without realing permanent comm.unitles. But apanese.and Chinese who. come .to lie States of the Pacific ..coast wish 6 remain and'tb establish pennanenl lommuhities with their wlvesj and hlldren." -As .compared 16 the !apanese are regarded to have im- mense historic. prestige, and their not mean to a'ccepi tor their people status. frought into.contact with', the white peoples: Hence tfie disiinietude in re- gard, to th'e .Japanese iinm'igration which to the people.ot California has all "peaceful pene.tra it has now come to he regard ed .'with'regard. to German immigra (ion in Great -Britain before-the. war The new law-in-CalifprniaJs aimed: at preventing, the. further acquisition of California farm lands by Japanese jy what are regarded in e van lye; jn ethpds.1' Alien, 0 rientals ;arb not -permitted to acquire land in Calj- fornia, but their American born chil- dren have fulHegal rights. It is now customary to evade the intent.of the tracts of land in the name of Japanese infants, ownership being exercised by trustees. By- this process the Industries of fruit-raising, gardening fanning' in. California. JC'i-M APPEARANCE r. J _ li An annual of. "Old Moore." i '2. '-A. wordror i same way hackirards 04.' I '3." According'! ogy" ha saved if rein thai good r the bch House of Valois to form .a They were -conTeaeil by and not agai sfty slan? took withi Virginia, bf, Indepei Vlrginla.'the ''Colo; awas the cause i'eral takfs-; place letery, the ter- Wrby Eev. :J. D. cohiposed of ipson, Mr. Wij D.'Taylor is- r'at the River." the home ;ri on Wednesday Transacting some icfyear, cotaposed Sec- _______ ....._.. C. O. Heath and Miss-Sellers (t lit Gltnnlay for Macleod. 51 r. ii hu been appointed presiding the Free Methodist chjuteXjn it an Alberta, and is beginning no ttat work. 'V Campbell paid a visit to Lake, Calgary and Brant for Ht, returning last Tuesday. I. Crowley paid a visit to Letn- PICKED.UP (From' Our Own TABEH, Nor. the laud las sale held da rtjUj, away, details are.'comtlt to: further.'snaps Ir'-jln llanB in Saturday's, issu.e.3flE.'W local pharmacy, for the 'ma of i proxlmately. one 'Calgary has teen ____._______iB'.of Mr.-a'td--Mia.- iew days. K iWtrBtslns; returned' Iroci 'a, it to her people in the East. J ir.-OanM-niF-of the-ElllBon ele- MjMirHiikiils left on'Wcdnesday jm Toronto.. (or nhon t flf ly. AS these tauten all raw'pra'irie, grain or relief-lie'nV known to have' of the curling hr prominent-citliens'sbUinefl gains, aiiong-theni EU] C.' Jr Wills Outside.partieS-afeoUa....... crably in the ____ Tn occupied by. Mrs. has 'bought tbe ____. jjinpied'by Mr; Maclean: and family, bare. the pn'Tn fctabcriin ROBERT SlilUJE: :Arthnr." Cleason, Workers" R'obert British miners: qu'al table, in bis shof eyebrows. His early bardrtl fdfehea'df' a'n-t large, slightly______ saddest facs I have is has- is'a every ge'stui ,___ .the) first day, no one doubted .wh was head are passing over to the control oti The pity ot it if that be Ian.1 the Japanese in a way that the people of is more.they are the finest areas of farm land. rThe probleni of. tbe influx 'of alien population'which tho Callfornian-3ap- anese'.Bltuation has'hrought'to the front is one-whlch-the League of. Na-L tions has not taken cognizance of, and it raises-an. interesting, question. The ScotcM are. loyal tq S.cp'ch. That Is the present reading of the prohibition Issue in'that country. "Canada's-wheat-may bo flooding he market, but the corner bakery has not oven sot Its feet says tho Ihlcago News. toflg1 suffering, denpe of wistfulne; granite, talks to andinomob the voice' thousand-meo, mi THE JAPANESE PROBLEM IN CALIFORNIA has been an acufn prolilcm (n California has been brought to a head tjithe Anti-Allen which has Just he6n passed by a.three to ono vote. This a measure intended to restrict Icnpro of land by nori-asslmahle aliens, As the press despatch stales, it was Initialed to halt what Its spun- 60t3 termed of Jap- enke on California lands through 'Of ?.ctual purchase. The passing of the law raises what will be question as between the: United States and Japan.. the; Japanese immigration in Calilbffll'i. the'rp .threatens, as St Is Viewed, (o t? a new racial problem for In addition to the one' it is (ionfrbnCeu with at tho present time with th6'influx of negroes from ftefWest'indfesi'tddlng'to this, popu jatia already in th'e'conntry, As the .The'one and'only woman in the 3. Congress prov.ed. to bo of the sobbing.variety. This ilme tho woman elected 19 an autl-sufiVaglsl, so.good care h.aR been iMren that shajl not bo the'shrieking variety. child born on the steamship Mel- Ita at sea has been named after the vessel. -The liltlo one was lucky, flip- pantly observes tho Winnipeg Free Press, that she did not come across on the Empress of Ireland. The whisker supplied to friends la Windsor by a parly In Montreal so bad that the.recipients threatened to take his life. It Is a case at S creating an evil spirit. MONTAKA SUPPORTS o IRRIGATION STRONGLY Reports from Montana Indi- cate that the referendum to raise Irrigation uuuuVuurriwl by almost 'a Voto" of 2 to 1. f 4 attained to high :omo a power fa ]o lives tn jBfe.bt ,_ ___ all i which ilia hone In'tte dm toi o miner. It is a neat a is'own seventy, a rooms foiiF roofer'M fashion W hrTsei __ lo serea or elfkl.', house clean alxint -art of local irs for it asaunea the garV) Wed at of Ms Bin' NBW TORK, IMc n. chill, luutfw to add heMla i CorreJPondent) bv. t-cradually tightening An snow r nights are reminders id of weather, though, 't improvement on that has been-thocked dssth ot Lester Mr. and Mrs. afternoon, cnrtftkm 4ns in --lff- lliinarently enjoying few weeks flnsldereii ielrt- far his deitiu After the'delegation" of fifteen pro- League -Rvpublicuw made their visit tp President Wilson last week, Hamil- ton HplI, leader pf tbe group, Issued a statement which shocked (ho country because ot its description of Mr. Bon'e appearance aad, dejected man- i'- Five 'oilier members of tbe delega- asked subsequently to des- cribe the. visit and the president. Two of in tho aw as follows; 'iirs.' N. .Warren ot New am not young, I have, had many solemn moments In my life; but 1 can asaureyou we stood in tho presence'of president WUsbn in that jobWtat :ihe House. 1 consider It the most solemn'moment ot my life. The'mea tis stood with tears in Iheir'eyes to the presence of this great yet not ai line on his face that showed'blt- lernWaTttBciHr'or .malice.1-? He had hut one thou'gbtj one dream, in his liefJt- There, was eeemed fSr: away ly and folly iif, tie wprlij, livinfctp JB: people who him could THE B U S'Y. M A Three-Cornered By-Election in Ontario Constituency is Be- ing Keenly Waged. OTTAWA. Nov. is announced from Liberal headquarters that Hon. MacKeazIe kiugi whoso western tour is aliout over, will speak in. oMhe Liberal candidate gin ai a Reeling.to be held at Aylmer, Ontario, o'n November IS. This Is the only opposltlbu leader In Uia constituency but he ina'y speak at one or' two other points before polling day, November 22nd. Mn way1 of Yrhert" he will visit r: Repor.ts received regard _to the progress of the'campaigri'in Elgin indicate that the three-cornered pe'cted PrSmler Melghen-'will speak again in, the he as he sat in his wheel November, If'SiT could be triftspofted to .--T llevo he would have an enemy In the thing will "no] ..I- be1 bacK la the capItal until M .iVv y I I andvfamily are i To Mr. and Mrs. EVansV-_of _ October 30, a Muskrat's Lif e iAern mnskrats-are looking to ,a 'Ively rest Jin ler-houses'Abis, year.'jTor 'al- JoW'of-na -Woind'feel'hnrt if Buddenly informed ye 3 OTly. worth a tenth, ot pur Value -'lurtl ignorant of. the habits sea it an the cold tra! ;ot secure cover hi U irer, etel {token a I 'gjfflraEatloflTirs'tije for some to come, tnrhing to sonlemore prpfitable' Uaa. i n the it ho sutSci'eit peftijto more expenses. .TJifa year, fthln'sMfcBanged. Fur "as there saw, 1 to------- sjdent Wilsou, from a comparative- as-I saw him last, had an old, old roke'fi'r' bnt old! That to me is and cruel thing. As he sat there, he seemed to me to represent all that is highest in American life, in the American character. It was tragic the sense that a man'.who' had so suf- that 'Arnerica had prpdacb'ai'nuciva '3t 'page In; history, The-'aeiegatibn" had walked through to '.the' ''Whitb House' so the gates [that, had _ and.'with .our nad.been uahered "rpbm "wh'ere had stood Ing'itor'him.asi' he read his" to Mfei; can only, say :as; one put, Beimed-aa if .we had been some; great 'Th? Dr. Arthur Brown V-. EhpckeS by, appearance.; 1 bf course, ftp flnd> 'bad resulted In some sbatenient pi his former physical bad been led byljublic repoflB.to_believe "Sad regained a ilairge pfoport'ibh; of stead ol-this, ,we. f bund 'a' brpken' his! tac'e :was drawn haggard, i is eyes --w.ere. dull, hi s was, lpws and wfeakC- wa s pathetic tojs ee, that .once splendidly., -yigorbujj. :nfan' so completely, .shattered. gained the Impreaiion. he wa s: n of only bnt rwa's Learttrpken over the humiliating poai- tfVhicK partisan and personal enmities had brpnght our country, laying of .that great coisulnniatio'n of the, League of'Ka- t'ibns'fpy which-he-loiled-eb hard'and sacrificed-so much. "1" am sure that the American peo- hadliot before, that "of the "United tea If a stricken mafl. As'I stood Tiur'Ieet "of-hlm, I had sPlemn-' feeling that ihe woidBjthat he was speaking.might farewell words to his country.- end of i second torm a'iid in ids enfeebled [altb, his -public career is drawing to i close: :I should j'intefpi'fleaip'.the light orthiff fact, ore than choked, es- Rev. H. Jones, of has re- ceiled a call'to the-Arkona Baptist church. Hey. F. B. of Tlllsonburs, haa accepted a unanimous call tp tilndsay' Baptist _ J At" least'three hundred persons are living in shacks In Windsor owing to the scarcity of. While loading clove'ir'J.-B." Cunning- uu, .of. fell frpm Ihe wagou and broke bis Wm. M. Vidal, aged 70, who wtut west as a ypy'ager .with the Wplseley died at -Ross Slaughter, threeiyearslold, was drpwiied .Sy'. iwellVnear his home at Yarmouth St. Thomas. t''i j Edsall Girty; ot thito year tomato 'plants OB'KaLt an of lend and spld the crojp ipr It is rumored that senal at IJridsay, -which'closed a short time ago, will resume operations.eq Npvehiber. 15.' 1-..; 1 Gco. E. pr'bprletpr. d t' the Lcudoii, was' fined and! costs for seeing apple cider'. Navigator of thie North Winter Trip by Old Routes' EDMONTON, Alia., Nov. es- tablishment of'an aerial'route from Edmonton (6 the oil fields pf Port Nor- man on' the 'Maclienzla' river i s the lat- development in connec- tion pressing transportation prpblem'eiisting .ai a resnlt of the point being'so far re- moved, from the business centres of Alfierta: -'Edmonton aviators'are tering! negotiations'-for such a .iservi.ce Trith'a'zesf indicatinB that as little'time a's'5pbssibfe will be wasted j.W. Patterson, repnted'fo tallest man in the United States, died t rwa's seven eet fi It. E. Pbw, Vfho 'recently retired us ecretary of the Crahhrook Y. M.'C. A., s returning to th'e wbrk pt'the Pres- tyterlan ministry at {west- "of Edmonton.- The appointment" ot a mining re- corder whose headquarters are to be at Fort Norman will in all probability to made in view of anticipated great rush to the oil fields of the north neit spring. 'tho Ifns bt route, traffsp'oftation, in the first' before; flylhg.Vot 'gaso- lineTand' for the EUC- The" 'distafii'e to 'Fort! Norm an from here is about 900 miles, as" the crow files. The span is. npt'a'gteat one, as applied to' flying the most would sufficient to accomplish the dis- tance when. once service of pines ..is' is favor, and .while it 3 IntrpSnction mighl not become fact, u.u {11 the's spring :be held; bdcpine: iactual "spring next year.-j lAs ithas becpme_an absolute neces sity to provlde.a swift means of com iunication-.between the tie far-north and their'.siipply bases li) Eflmontoni an effort1 to'h.ave, Wirelesi stations at'Ieast, nine important points is, by H Ai -Mackie, M.'P. The" Btatipns' woulc be- estahlished at P.cace Fprt. .yermilipn Hay Ri splntlon' and Npnnan. Captain .C.: Lady Macwbrth, one "of the Lamsoa- kubbard steamers which for the.pasf plied ,the ilactenile; declares that to the pit fields of Foft.Nprman and the ibrth. to almost equal that of-the-.old Uoa. this. y.e.arA .tho itt ipcuUrand-EO suddenly, that tew tnQfn- had an'dpportUn Ity of ing, the .them mJUfll bcldtng on (6'lafgg batches ;of U worth only a fraction Of tbe'money. icIally-wheif'ie'jrefeiTed to the sol- br.boys an'd1 the'mothers ot those lo had was evi- dinti'thU'1b.V'..vfae the' foundest eiaotibns' bf his 'Keart. pro- G AMONGST iBKATOON, announced Massa- .tobacco of woiien.pt England of ihablePj Miss beysnd cigarette smoking WB -re by. Oih ilitcrt fjf :MU (Jegr'ea the tt J D t? vr vlaitor, these motm ffflMrte their >4 tteir accustomed L ifrnqKIng-pipes Is-speclal- t l of these t Nleothra' lifw, told nio there r hirfrrflif of >HJnnn1rlnC rnm'rr It wu fail A said ho ftty omfc.of it a week. MW were coming in KING REPLIES TO A. ANO N. v. ASSOCIATION OTTAWA, Nov. S.TrAn eipresElpn ol 'appreciation': on ribeball .of' King Jeorge to 'the "mess age loyalty 'sent ilni by. the 'Army and'Navy -Veterans' 1 1 has1 been1 received by Ar- !hursF." Sladen; to 'Kft1' wTifi'ln torwar'ded it.tb R. FRANCE LIKELY. INTERPRETS.RIGHTLY circles do not beiiove dec-'l 1 called from -Slsirloni .Ohiojto the effect that th'e of Nat-. Ions" tis deadj means literally what it says.'" It' Is' interpreted, as the'league'8 -covenant V.as drawn', at. Versailles- is- -that some- thing different inast take' its -The Frencn eb'verpment'-is-' ready to collaborate w.ltn 'JWashington to that end, itils i OTTAWA WOMEN LEAD DOMINION IN -.PAINTED FACES t economy bad wiibje'ib'ccasion.'was inerpre'sSlbly sol- eniri left ths r White House -feeling wo''had witnessed a scene of what may prove to bo of historic sig- nificance, 3 scene In which dor of S, great mind'and spirit had triumphed for a moment oyerphyslcal weakness and pain, hut that the lamp pf physical life1 was burning danger- ousty" 16w.'. It Pf ".the most moving experiences pf ihy life." CLAIMS JAW BROKEN 7 iAT'REGAL CITY DANCE (Ftpm Our Own Correspondent) TABBR, Nov. recent dance at Hegal City, the mine town at the Regal Collieries, gave birth to n court case which came, up .for preliminary Saturday afte'rnaon. Ac- c'btting to''the evidence, :at tho dance argument, arose, between he anil'W. Hudson, of Purple Springs. High wpriis followed came'-to a sudden fiMsfi bis right lo the (aw, 6f the floor ma'hager, who claimVa broken jaw as a result of the A complaint iwas "lodged with thb'police, and as a result, Hudson was arrested by'CPnslablo Frcwln of.tho A. P., P. force here. The case came up for preliminary hearing at the court house Saturday afternoon before S. 3. kaytprj, J, P. Evldcncd was tak- en' prpsccuUpn in ;lhe' charge M.assault r.esiiiltiiig1 In bpdily hrfrm, the accused was remaTldcd pn'ball, 16 appear befpre'tho c'p'nrt 'of criminal to be held COWS GOT JAGGED ON CIDER AND DIED of cows owned by Fred Helmer of Plait Hill, days for, 'IBut people-cannpt go tho -bard- pa of tho trip too much, pthpnvisp we-shall have bf.'gray'es like that which came into being during the clamprqus; time.-pf Capt.', Smith' HP Ippks-for an .exceptional r'usli to the'oil-country fluHng the spring and-.when A warping to ihoae anticipating'a trip during the winter sued by Capl. Smith, who stated that food is scarce In the north cpnnljy. He ucclarcs.vthat .un.lesSjthey' are'' thor- oughly supplies and cannot for a nionient hope tp trip from the.end of the steel, 'is'a long. djsLancc, more for the greatf-st ,'of teams "am als'b! difficult ,fo obtain. BUILDING FIGURES IN OCTOBER 'SHOW INCREASE irtg to dp with it. It was cheap- recently got jagged on app'le cider and smoke a than to form an ono died from the effects pf the de- '_-i j, _ TORONTO, .Nov. in all tho cities, towns, yiDages" and .rural districts thrpTlghbtit Canada' during pctpbor, ac- cording IP figures compiled bV'.Mac- Lean'-Drflly Limited, totalled than in October, 1019. Ther total for the fen or less than in forly pef cfcnt., over the 4 flura' flgurca.; )ECLAftso ARMISTICE MEXICQ' CITY, Ndv; between at lhal lion .of a1'eO-day afmfstlce wprklngnWan'ti Ihetr bmplpye'rs Vera pprt which has .been tied np'ba strike 6f trip stovcdorba and dock Cork- Man.VNoy, 8. The womtri of Ottawa1 and Win- njpeg have one tHtn'g .In common, jf jjijj'iUiement of ;'H; f al: hot, of New YorkiTa'eotTeet; ''they use more paint on their facts than the H6fntep 'jf other maijis. In 'ah address oivtri by ton, bo t before the Capadlan.Wonien's Press club men ol Quebec are'the Talbot, vVho Is 'connected with the Board of Edycatlon of New York, has, with her husband, who iVeditor of tht, jl New YorkT.been on an tour of Canada, for a lecture tour to be'olven In tho StatM this winter. foi1 s'dv'eral MAKES A RECORD TORONTO', Nov.. Ian flying records were broken .'Douglas- joy. flew frpm Camp 1 miles In ,16 f -minutes. What Home Without Music? you can buy genuine frp'rn'J.ils _'for' delay? It gives you acc'esii to All the o'ter in, the- .A- i l; BIG FREE -CATTA-' It Easy terms