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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9.1920 THE LE HERALD PAfiF, ELEVEN HonwRuk Bill Clause On Second Chambers Carries oy. The. bill came before the committee of the wh'olojnouED; Tho. clauso'proviu-; Ing (or Ite creation of. second cham- bers was adopted by 175 to 31. It leaved to the Irish parliaments t'ie duty of framing the necessary scheme. fcoine rule ellher parliament the first election la less than halt the total member- ship, or It thS number who have taken he oath'of allegiance wlihln fourteen days from Ihe date parliament Is sum- moned Is less than halt, the king miy. posed Itself to -draft (no ychenie and today hostllu task. The goYernmenl's.crltlcs declared that the Irish would not succeed fa drafting a :succeEeful scheme. Andrew Boriar LAW, the government leader; la tho house an3' Sir Laming Worthingtou-Evans, minister-' of s lonp replying' 'to the irlllcl sm's ex- plained that Iberd .inseparable (JlfilcoHies In 'tbd way 6f the British. parliament attempting tha task, IS the course of the debate, Sir by an' oniflr-m-couucll. dissolve such parliament and place th6 functions of iho government lo the bands of a com S'tlee nominated by the lord lleuten t pending the summoning ot a new parliament. Lord Hugh' Cecil criticized the clause as the greatest legislative ab- surdity ever suggested. Mr. AsQulth said Ihe clause forcibly lllustratde the ot Ihe southern parliament. The contingency contemplated, he assorted, was certain to arise In southern Ireland which would then be reduced to the condition of the "most backward of the crown Edward leader, argoed would have teen quite" sufficient a second 'chamber for the southern par llament arid by a Question i elicited, from WoVtbl--- that even colonies, iVTho clause carried 11. 'enllt .second chambers: were i j' J-----Ili !9. ii FUNERAL OF RRfflSH OFFICERS Photo showa the funeral ol Major J. O. Smytb, D.S.O, and Capi. A. British officers killed dur- ing a raid lu Drumtondra, Ireland. People's Forum I IrisU parilaTB'fcilf.ju'ist vjoicefrat'inmn meeting of tho ot provincial chapter. Mrs. Campbell whlih criticism also'strqugly urged the encouragement from Irlshmesfift .the Liberals than of .CanadianLpubllgatlpn8 -to replace any'other _.., the blllj. has Ihe Insidious poison Is coming been .and tod ay'Worth-.Into'Canada through the American ingtbn-Evans the govern-; magaijnes ment movefl'thlBtn'eW'ClausG to renlace; .Mrs. (1. O. Hughes' address on houa- It'and pro1 Jrlsh _ constlluted. of: either ing for'wbmen, especially with regard not being properly to immigrants from the British Isles, I resulted In the: passing'of a.resolution The new clause provides that if-the'to consider the founding of a'chain number of membors to of hostels across Canada for women .but the most important' work is done by the bowels, liver and 'kidnejrel Failure of toese to act efficiently allows the whole body to be poisoned. than movement, Liver, skin and kidneys ire influenced to more active effort with resulting increased effect It is always safe to take HARRY CESAR, Bellevue, Alia, Nov. 8. THE FARMER AND HIS WHEAT Editor Herald. a recent issue you publish- ed an article ou; the wheat situation which in itself Is very good but let (Owns [or j.ears and do not know of place for young men to stay who came their side In thai way. They must he to town seeking employment. She did. more broad and lolerant. not say that the company's hotel had burned down and a new one was un- der construction, End lliat It was a very nice building with modern con- veniences sucli'.asjfew towns ot this t size ca.n boast of. She said it was a common thing to find a family of ten living In four i rooms. Yet I have been in the mining us go a step further. I such a thing, on asking several other As a farmer I believe It possible miners say they do not have any to give facts why the government of such conditions. 11 might should control our big aud, staple happen, ot course, but it would ba an commodities particularly wheat, tho in tiio world that is tho greatest football amongst the specula- tors. We paid the government last spring 52.60 for our' soed or 1 should say the elevator people as wo borrow- ed tho money from the Alberta gov cxccptluu and far from common, samo aa-a'uywhcTo else. "In most cases the homes of tho Breeding Skunks To Stabilize Fur Market WASHINGTON. Breeding ot miners were very she sairl. skunks as a means of. stabilising the This Is an undeserved Insult which "depressed lur market" is the latest shows is a per- suggestion of tho Department of Ag- son not worthy to be paid any alien-, ricullure. tlon to as wishing to help anyone.! Despite all the harsh things that eminent to pay the elevator people, the homes ot our'have been said about this lowly animal, Pills paying 7 per cent. Interest Ing our lauds aa security and what are we getting today? Ono dollar and elghty-Dve cents and It has been as low In Milk River as one dollar .and siity-five cents. Supply and de- .mand has not caused this. If It had j we vfould not complain .hut It is tho speculator who has sold tin contracts jfor future delivery at a lower prico Uhan ho thought the market would ever be, owing to his Idea of a big crop and a big surplus, but when the Irsl quotations from Winnipeg came on .opening ot the exchange around he was appalled and could see his doom uiiloss he could bear down the market so as to cover. Then commenced a September hammering the laborers of any city the department describes him as "the would not result to our disadvantage, best wild animal friend the farmer I am sure. Perhaps one would find has." The skunk the announcement that a larger percentage of the rain- says, can bo used tor destroying mice, ors own their own'homes and house grasshoppers, and white grubs, at the same time furnishing the farmer from to ilCO'wortb. ot fur iTO-NIGHT- Tomorrow Alright Get a Box CO.. i.e l.nBrl poor farmer who had to haul during the low price in order to pay his debts and get'something to eat and clothes for the winter Is but ot pocket. Who is to blame? Tlie speculators? Does he care? No. Does Sir George Foster care? No. He says there is I 110 need of a wheat board. Supply i and dernand Is what is regulating the price. This statement he knows is' false and also sl.iles the foreign countries have not tho credit to con- tract for- wheat and thtt helps to re-' diico the prico. Why docs not Ihe, Melghen government then step in and assist on Ibeso credits lo onabla IhB farmer to get a Just price? They arp not Interested in the agrarian movement and prefer lo re- Why not? i Vapor lies about the ftoo'r for a fuse to appoint Ihe wlieat board fear- I long Oasollne vapor has been Ing the farmers would be Ihe gainers and Ihey wish lo throw any obstacle COAL OIL AND GASOiJNE furnishings. It there were -women she supposed lo be intoxicated, at the mooting to B annoy her, they were as much of 8 nuisance to the rest of tlie people as lo her. If some' bt tho women nnd men attacked -her very outspokenly AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Baking Powder is one of the most important food ingredients. Alum or other injurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower, the cost of production, MAGIC BAKING POWDER Alum It is A. pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to bethe best, purest and most health- ful baking powder possible to produce. W. Matthew Williams, in "Chemistry of Cooking." aayat are the bone- making material of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous matter." Made in Canada cities. Gall, Hespeler, Preeton, .Water- loo, Bradford and Danville were viiit- ed and the association numbers among its members now R. 0. McCollough, pt Messrs.. Goldle and McCullbugh ot Gait; D. Forbes, of R: Forbes. Co., Ltd., Heipeler; Clare Bros., Preston; Gco. C. Lang, head, tanning B. W. B. Sni- der, head ol the Waterloo Manufactup Ltd., Waterloo; C..K. president of.the Walerons swcred iho defended licri from abuse, to the extent that those who allacked her-left the hall. Su.-ely it Mrs. MacWilliam wanted to bo fair she would not telUonly.part ot-what Engine BrantJord, and F. All that Is required of the farmer, Lalor, M.P., president of the Monarch the circular says. Is that he respect Knitting Company, Ltd., DunTl" the animal's dens, keep his poultry In no cmnMuntty hare repre- sontatlveB of tba Western Canada Col- onization association met with a re pulse. Everywhere they'have found a cordial response to their proposals. At every'point in the visit til they have found eastern manufacturers and business men ready to co-operate until wheat as said before sold'as low as one dollar and sixty-five cenls in happened and aMajs the part thai Milk Illver. t makes it appear as if our towns were aces imaginable. No per- Do Not Fear Overwork Coal 611 burns