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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER THE LiBlllBKlDUP; HERALD POUCYOF Mefchin Mr. OMBi oT Jmrnlpa- prapareii and ID splendid style by' the executive and members 'of the were by .Je.adlu5.cit- iz I .faci; the' gaTHering was a" very rep re one, Spirit one ot cor (Ual.lly and the 'sentiment -gathered (nizn the applause- one, which" indicate desire hearty. co-oper; at Luncheon 'from Prerrjier. tie idea (hat there was no chance for tho.poor -boy to -rlM in Cauada. lie saM In Premier Melghen-wo have au eunple ot a young farm boy who by wink and had to; lie s'rea t' heigh Is of the fljdgjup ofr'rfbe the' alcbeat that could, be bestowed Canada. 'iiStgueh Went' to 'Ottawa, said ijeakerf. nol'b loaf-butrto work. hurgy' ind UidusIry was declared to .__ji! career. U 'Sad 'tarried h'tni .alep'titt st'ep.'.'saia his'p'reienO high pdsl- ijr Mr. Mr: Duch- imaa averreo that' he'was another man rhi? frill "madeV. apparent.sacrifices in arty for a hlsli prin- 1 offices in Qreat Britain. Canada was, rferrJiTs jc'.." .them W? fie de- clared. Concluding his Mr. Buch- anan appealed for a speedy solution'of the irrigation the basis of It.was some niinutes-beforc the honor- ie 'dlstln's-jishod yjsitqra aL.lha head. !i: Supt. il'enne- orj-'W. -.________... father, fir. F1.' siretl to 'rriaVe his 'address suitable' to CarflmiSHJpDerfi Freeman andiMe'ech', tlia cr'casIonV He tiVankedL.the T.'.Ti'. Crofts..; miltee, otlieVs. liI'bpeninB, that he .woulitnot trespass iipo'ii the ground of politics, at the luncheon as he de- ee, the cltiaens ,-.qtj.-. Lelhbridge Bmjtli Kev liajoVCore'DaVrbw, arid aiid-Eurroundlfig'dislrict.'.aid tie 'Girl Guides furUhe -great, cordiality .of., the man, which is about -tho highest of the National Anthem. .STABBING AT LOMOND general He; feeling 4. jj MMfeWfo their-launch'ed'into the ,h- vii-, getting 'of immigrants. That, the-.government had "a-perfect .right lo.cbutrolUnimisratiba has-been definitely established, and the gov eminent purposed carrying out its duty in accord .with their best judg. ment. In the past said Mr. Calder, Canada has been hampered by certain treaty restrictions of the imperial, govern it had been now firmly de tennined that .Canada would be .thi sole chooser In the'niatler of who and who should not be: admitted. 1 Tighten Up On Undesirables The government policy stood for a tightening-up. on .the admission of un- desirables. Thousands being turneii away from our borders'on the grounds -of: deficient mental sical condition, or because of "Werhiust' safeguard pur he averred. The gpvernnient has 24 .Immigration1 ofllces in the principal cities of iht.. .United. States and IS in Great Britain. I ,They were doing :in' interesting people in Canada'and the pppbrlunfties for-n'ohest home-seekers in the' country. "But we must' not take declared, "faster than w'tf can'absorb theml The'labor in the.great centres Is assum ing serious proporlidns even now, and the encouragement of more settlers, skilled! or otherwise, would merely .complex .'matters." In concluding his Mr. Cald- or appealed for'fairer laws toward out- side.'capital. neessary to] properly develop the country, he and'we'must take a' fair'arid sane aU CHICAGO, 'Nov. iederal grand'Jury which-for'the past two iveeko. bis been otltged rioss in'Chicago and other cilies, to- day considered the evidence it has ob- lalned. Federal y.bfjicIalE especled of indictruents -to be returned 'Baiophkeebers and others when 'the grand Jury announces its repiirt.-11 it was'understood today federal .lufhorities had Washington ask ing'that n'o passports he issued the men..expected-to-be. as formation, had' been obtained to the :6f the nen were planning to Jeuve for Cuba. The people plC.SIam have a horror of odd havo nevei been known to build a house or a temple with C, b'r 11 windows. Hon. Hugh, Guthrie Finds lit League Conference, it is Near the Top A BOMere atabbiiig casei took place atiLomond. on Thutsdav, when wman caiwd Tom Rod gers was stabbed by a CSxlna- man oC '.he uame of :as After, a long search tho assailant located by Comvable sou of? the X P., broogbt up bettore the and com inittevl trial.. The vrUlm is rectHjerlng. OTTAWA, Nov. Hugh; THREEiSOLITERS o IBYE-EIJECTION Milford Grainger, to European Police, Arrested Bv A. P. P. J A notorious character, ihe U kuowt. to the police, his In the iu persoii of JlUfprJ Grainier, aliaif .Curly Gutbrie. .nlnlster of ml.ltia, who rep. 'the rlditig if Northeastfforonto w lo the'polls this-, morcnig hv the resented Canada at tho financial .con- ference held under the League of legislature tions at Brussels, recently, returned by tho resignation ol Cod) lo his office this morning. Mrl Cuthrie Jntulstor of education rva'jat a Chinese stated to :the Canadiia Press that his An trip had been mist'successful.'" The; conference wa'fi largely of an. a'dvlspry L returned soldiers. .Gree'u. Ufa is said by thpj'poHcft utibave sho'J two Eng., wheai he vraa cauguv-ui me of ho.usebcvaking. and be at.the p-esenl ttae out on sasyendod sen- thorn are nature and a report ol its proce'ediiigs however, endorsed by the) present RO> and the coUclusidn's1, reached, ;vfili be ernment. _ Eubmltted to' the Leaguerof Nations. T T" fh'a act ucant An tha'tltv on Saturday for having-' weajwn on bUjpcrsoii. The'co'nslabla J recognized his, man j from a likeness of him in the P P headquarters. The nilnister "stated that the financial statement subhiltted oil behalf of Can- ada showed'-tliat the financial .sltua.- In (Canada was one of the beat bf the nations represented. Mr. who' personally visited the battlefields in Belgium and France, spoke of the'work.whlch is being done by the imperial war grave commis- sion In exhuming' bodies of soldlera for burial in the cemeteries. which have been prepared for them. Bodies, bo said, rate of about-500 a day, to be re-buried in plots which will be perpetuated by the war NEGROES GIRLS, KILL ONE OF THEItt ESCORTS CHARLOTTB, N. C.. i-N'ov. unidentified hejp up an auto party of two yonng mea and two girls', on ou 1110 Jjr. IT T Otnt- (D( tor KnfcV ?kln Irrll.l-' Jtisi It rctlovcraj emco and Erartll- IT Bttl5 thfi OlnuWnt it- yntl mention ttili fteqd Ic.slanipjor CW. a, It. 'f. 1? ..'_ shortest notice and now 6iifeiT3d AT THAN REGULAR ALL MNEW SILK SKIRTS Reg ?15 00 Silk Sknts Reg. Silk Sknts Reg 50 Silk Sknts Reg.' J27.5Q.Silk Skirts.. Eeg. Silk- Reg. ?37.60 Reg.. Silk, OFF Will Be Buried With Honors in Paris on Second! "Annivcr- saryof Armistice PAH1S, Nov. appropriation out the plan of the French ;overnmpnj for the transfer ot tho body'of an unknown soldier from the! tie zone at Verdun lo the panthfei 1 hero on next Thursday, 'the second' anniversary of (hp armistice, has been' approved by the french committee pj ihe'charaber of deputies. The sum ap- propriated la throe hundred thousand The committee, howevftr, In making the appropriation expressed that the Armistice. Triomphe would be a more resting place fori the body iban the pantheon, ,wbjch-is intended lo.receive the bodies of great mcii to wlnm the country owed debts of gratiludc. The feeling c'ipre.sscd was that the "poilu" was riot in this sense a great but-a Symbol of .thousands who had sacrificed their lives for franco and a symbol of the victory that had hefen The cabinet will decide-Monday on the question of .the burial place. The chief a change is Ihe confusion It would create at this late bout, regard ing Ihr, carrying mil -of Thursday's celebration program. MARRIAGE HAS ANOTHER WIFE All THE LOVELY NEW SILK DRESSES N'qv. 8.- ciuzensnip are Inmrenced by sober, collected and far-sighted opinions, opinions .that hold that tbp tfrjnciplM ot. 'Anglo-Saxon: iiislluUdns nhall riot wan _ omuillri! by'judgment 6f marriage bp destroyed. Policy The minister of Immigration, lion. James A. Calder, devoted his address (o a lucid explanation of the immigra- tion policy of the government. The government -had- an -immigration po- licy, ho declared, the fundamental tea- tijre of which was .to encourage imini- gfatlorl 6n an' intelligent basis. U was a j policy thai wos'ngalnst the pulling dftwn of the bars.. Tho government stood firmly for discrimination fa-ad- milling settlers as.. the open door would compllcalo labor, prob- lems In 'tlio country. would supremo court on SaturdaJ- between nerllio Desjartllnes and Alplionso Dubois, one (ho ground, 'that at the tlmp'lt was contracted, September 23, 1909r Dubois hud ,a wife: living.1 Bcrthe ncajftrdincii. the pntitioner, staled that .both (jiriies io tho mar- riage were Roman Catholics and were married in Boston, Mass., be- fore n justice of that city, and that fhcf first ground iirgccf by 'the petition- er for annulment of the marriage was "defect In form.'! Tho party be- fore whom the marriage look 'plttc'c not' being a competent authority In thif eyes of the lioman Catholic clinrcb. The tourl bad no need, however. to prbnonncft on lilea; the (he "dofect-in form found siimclcni. Reg. Silk Dresses, Reg, SilkiDresses, ?60.00 Silk Dresses, Reg. Silk Dresses, Reg. Silk Dresses, Reg. Silk Dresses, Reg. l85.00.Silk Dresses, All New Reg. Suits, now. Reg. Reg. Suits, now.. ;Reg. Suits, Reor. 5100.00 Suits, now-. Greatly Reduced Reg. Suits, now Reg. Suits, now CLARKE'S ;