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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER.15, 1920 THE HEHALD PAGE MNP 1TH PREMIER STEWART STSLL AT THE HEAD OF GOVERNMENT ,'ioronto Correspondent Civet Interesting of Hit Study of Affairs in the Province of Alberta Conservativw Hopeless. AFTERMATH OF THE SANDWICH TRAGEDY Tas U.K.A. VYlr.miig the Lext provin- cial election ant! forming government wHU HOB. CiiErta pcenitcr ta tbe inipre'sslou which a- soft poudTOt of tiie Toronto Slsr received '.y a Visit-through western Canada. Tho imprezs'ions wero In tbt Toronto Star on. Saturday last. The borrespondeaV works it out Uut the to wia, !t has BO antigualjiu towards StenaffVarjil as'ri fcas rio person with such legislative Mpwlericb.-lt beliefs _.. ttiat move all round vlously held by, (Us.; Liberal speaker, to iriako such; an arrangement., 'I ho brought forward 'a-'.U.P.A, nominee cfalted from farmers who wanted separate political action, put candi- dates the field at last provincial election. and .carried two Suits. It was gaining strength so rapidly that H forced Mr. Wood's hand. and_ he com- mitted ihe U.F.A. to politlcalaction as a'body, whereupon the league disappeared.. The Cochrane Election Mr. Wood llttc? things thor- 1 oughly, aud i1 a occurred )u the ru ral riding of Cochra'ne pre- Thoagh a "pra'cttc'al and successful firmer himself imd lo'ns a member of ibsiijohv than the Saskit- support of the press', -but-' the U.F-4. candidate was easily elected Some of the. Stewart? .cabinet in tho course Ot. the, campaign both said and the TJ.liA.I; hoTieTer took an active did very foolish things, and'cohlriyed part is'the'sflCYtKecl aid hai to: generate an atraosphere Of active prbfcsseii open, attscjiment to the j hostility, betweenthemselves and the Liberal Jfiitfo.' Practically all the. rest j U.F.A. .The result is that the farmers of his ciofrfet satVMr. Duncan Mar- are now in the mood to put lip a siral! are (d'.TOEUien 6( the prpfes'slonal r.F.A; ccndidate in every rural seat at ..._-.. ho next as.they are well organized there Is no viaIble reason vhy they should not elect four-fifths of them. Premier Stewart .and bis col- eagues therefore have some grave 'orebodiugs about their and are searching for an aveiiuu of escape 'arid and it_ includes one whohis'any serious influence with uoily, un- der; pt'Mr. 51. W..WcDd, is iargely. the notion of diiE3 orjrariiiaUbn fOr'pblitlcal hctloil, and Men .orfanlzalibgi is futile unless it is ia 'also led by imu who it Intellectual superior of any member of (ho Stewart Laomei uud v.hii lias in addition strong influence "willi the average Alberta farmer.'-'-Fora long time Sir Wood Kept tho U r I out of politics ljut a Jsou partisan league mill itinn the horlh experiment and re SWCE {JI870 30SSBCOUOHS YOUR REASON assures you that is no substitute for Scott s Emulsion An old saying, but noneth Albqttteof Emulsion taken m time, helps keep the doctor ayay Toronto Ont from their troubles. How Cities Would Ga There is a considerable' industrial and urban population in Alberta which does not eajoj parliamentary represen- tation' tin its numbers The. Stewart government accordingly has announced that there will be re- distribution, accompanied by. the intro- duction.-at least .on a partial proportional representation. r.It. will an ovcu e for equalizing the runl ajTd urban electoral units, but It Is hard to see what real salvation it can bring. In Calgary and Edmonton, Labor and will divide most of the allotted seats .between the-Liberals cannot hope "to efect more' thau one-third of 'the rural members. WilU" Ihe most favorable circumstances. Therefore un: less the omens are'deceptive, the farm- er and Labor will'.control the next Al- h'ert'a'lijeislature. This upheaval might, however, not necessarily mean ihe de- parture of Mr Sle vart from officp The quitrrel of Ibo farmers i lot with inm but illi certain of his colleagues popular and regarded as in honest and progressive the C. 1'. K. Agricultural Department' ministrator. re'the proposed Dry Farming Con- Alt The Currency k> Didn't Go To Ike; Bottom Of Sea Upper, left, the children ot Bever- Icy Trumble, with one of the.negro porters at the Chappell House; up- per; right, Mrs. Truiuble and the chil- dreu; below, a view of the funeral. Trumble, proprietor of the Chappell House, was shot and killed in sc-lt- defense Uy Rev. J. O. L. Spracklin, special license inspector. Lowest Death Rate Recorded For One Year WASHINGTON, Nov. 59W death rate in the. death registration area of continental United' States, cm'- bracing 81 per cent, of the total pop- ulation was shown in statistics made public today by the census bureau, to be the lowest recorded for any one Acar The rato of 12.9 per of population showed a drop of 5.V per from the unusually high rale of 1918 resulting from the epidemic of influenza. Tho total number of deaths in 1919 was .of which 111.575, or 10.3 per cent, were caused by heart disease, while tuberculosis resulted in 9.S per Deaths -'at- tributed to pneumonia totalled 218 influenza 84, 113, nephritis and Bright's disease and cancer >.nd other malignant tumors A CONFERENCE ON BETTER FARMJNG. (Medicine. Hat News.) interviewed -by "the NTows, 3- W. Morrow.'slated that on tho to Edmontou '.last week he called'.at Wiz'srd Oil a Safa Pint Aid Vreatpient I How often e lockjaw, blood pot JtiORmg the losj of an arm or leg, .or sometimes "tvtn lite re- sults from the neglut of a burn Or little 'cut) Hamlma WIzard'Gil tj a sitfe a'nd effective- first aid treat mcnt it is powerful and prorqptly applied to vojnds of this kind "will the danger of blood' poisoning Keep it handy Wlznrd Oil ll food dotrtadible pr 1 chut lo for doct I It BOfetMaff 9Sd qolcldr cat I lion In CSMS M vtntE burrv. bile Jt fof aJfr fe I caaVer ef and I Gene o s baUta lie. t If rou ,wHb I Or ck wtiarl i Llrjr JMt Illllo pull K Ik ctor mAy ba far ud and IcDuama brul culi. u tons, Have It Quaker Brand am .Is'a tonic tjiat builds up ItV a delicipus, natural Keaitli-giying food that Be i' Day- 'V Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: B. C. politician aud a capable adm May Remain as''Premicr TTie new might well ask him lo remain as nremier and to dispense sotoe ot his colleagues especialb Air J H Boyle in fin or ot successors, who woulil be less devoted to partisan scheming and more acceptable to the Farmer ana Labor parties The Despairing Tories But if Mr Steuart has moments of the Tory party at-Alberta is now sunk in an ahjsa dospiir It d-'suffered a long series of. over- ielrning electoral clcfoato nnd after Mr'Bennclt ha'd abandoned a forlorn Inigglo, had to contend with the ilacid and feebleV leadership of Mr. rlitchencr. friendly hands wafted him .to the ethereal regions he federal Mr, George Hoad- ey of an Englishman, by birth, and a'-ranohep, was selected _on the understanding that the revised after a-year. Hoadlcy. won decidedly syrnpa- hetic'to the" farmerfi' point of view, and declined 19 push opposition to sonie measures designed for the bcne- He Incurred there- >y. .tho wral.h and :suspicion of Ihe proposed Dry Farming fefeuce to be held in Jledicine1 Hat. "Mr Naismith was not--in Galgary, but on calling on Siipl. Cameron, he ex- pressed himself as most heartily in sjmpathy with such a-move and sug- gested that- the Board -of anfl the district as represented in the U. F. A. convention could not dp a better thing than get' together and Ihrash out the difficulties that con-. front the formers.: Straight wheat will not do In the light district around! Medicine Hat find farmers will have -to get around I hem- ;a. dozen eows on en eh fahn. andt sunflowers sh'ould' sblVo' (lie loin. -Asking him if'Ke'lfatf'seen'ariy Hozen Rye, whicV. ro--' porls from 'Michigan; yields' aliout. biie third more than ordinary -Supt.: Cameron said he. It growing on the Noble ford aud that Mr. was convinced hfs'experi-, ehco it' would.. solve of decently' prepared ''siimrner' fallow ho was it 30 to 35 buEhels with "another' and would bf'QS'pro'filable as wheat. Supt.. Cameron Nolilo.' Mr. Mar- found by Dr. Charles liorse. registrar UAHSE1LLES, Nov. tha .earner ol the Chargeurs ls line Baofc in the Bay of Biscay ast January willi frightful loss -of fe, it was incidentally mentioned hat she carried francs in ew bills destined to the Franco- African Occidental Bank at Dakar. 'e.vea hundred .thousand'francs, .in. now bills, which the police hive tden- llied as belonging to hlpaient and which .were, supposed to resting on the bottom ot the sea. ttrere, however, seized yesterday Jules Carassy, an automobile Dealer, was arrested In this city, Caxassy wa; about to board a' train for Paris when police otflcers'invited him to accompany them to tbe station. In a. suitcase he carried were ranco In iiess bills, tha nuabomon which -were consecutive aod with records of, a shipment 'toj the Dakar bank on board tho Afrtaue.- Ii la asserted by the police'that a caw of one million francs-was stolen. be> fore tho ship left her docks, STRONGLY DENOUNCES METHODS OF CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY Canadian', Railway'company of Canada.. .Claims tampering with "led against the defendant company amounted to something Hke'iS.OOO.OOr wWt. the monies paid into court wen by; the Dominion govern- ment as'the'pin-chase'ot .rails be- longing to the defendant railway com- and'used, during the war, and a further, amount of from tho of; tio.'Bteamer Empress ond fur- ther property in Ontario. Tli-> matter of ascertaining the j amount of Valid claims against the road wasi referred to the registrar .by Sir Walter Cassels in his judgment 'o't "Octobo'r 9; 191S. Tho suit was be- gun by .the City Safe Deposit Agency company of .London, JEngland, a'Sr.irustbes the bondholders of }he railway-, a gainst the purpose of appointing a receiver for holding the sale; of the assets of the company. The 'chief claim against the cpm.- pany was ,made by Chas. ,N.. Arm- .strong, of Montreal, president of the no better, remedy than jconllianj, asked as re- :king' couBhs jfre very wearing .e system! const 'Hacl on' the ing disturbs the rest, :and keepa the liings and bronchlabtabes in, such' an ,V' Irritated arid unless you get imm'ediato' relief the cough may become settled and seripua cows and by nljht from robbers, but In KIs spare time he has no satisfactory home, because of the housing shortage. Mullins formerly was only half the police force, but his partner, Henry CFay resigned Octobe'r 1 couldn't find lodgings. The borouQK council intends to adopt .a resolution providing for the erection o( two h justs. Then the city fathers will double the police force. PRINCE GEORGE MAN IS GRANTED BflVORCE, KEEPS HIS CHILDREN Cries as Verdict Is pondent Rushes tp Former Wife PRINCE OKORGB, B. one of the saddest divorce cases over re- corded in this part of the country, t'red 'MonWy sfanted a decrco nisi from his wife Kate, after-.being awarded the custody; of the twq chil- dren. When the Terdlct was 'given for the plaintiff he fell over the law- yer's table and cried like a child. Ood, thank God, I have got my he cried; His wlte, who -sitting across the court r6om, fainted when'the Verdict was given. The co-respondent, hur- ried, over to her and_ lifted her from the floor, while., a, lot of onlookers rushed lowards. biin, .and "only preTented from, Tloience by the iuter vent Ion.1 of the p'olica court "offlcers: TENJPOt.ES ESCAPED Nov. Canadian Ten Poles, detained hero at the immigration buildings for deporta- tion, effected .their.'.escape-yesterday. STRUCK BY.TRAIN AND KILLED! Noyv 15.-- James Lavson. who resided xieai! Brighton, Ontailo, was ktllcd'by 4 Canadian National Railway passenger, train whUe driving on Saturday afternoon. Uw Pr. Lhw fills i boi, >N Dr.Chas rcZEMA 'lir. Ohit- meut lor Eczema _ t'a Oiuunent fret U you BwUw thli forpoitue. IlUulcrt or EUouuwn. lltw A Co, P'Pl Toronto- Cuticura Soap OINTMENT-------- Clear the Skin lung trouble ensue. ter, remedy than. Dr. Wood's Norway Pino relieving all klnaB.ot incurrcii on hehi ppmbinrRg as it.does.the lung w .trom ml to 1317. virtues of the with wblcli is combined npch ah'd Mr.'Fafrfleld .of the'Experl-' be'g'ad: Mr. Morrow aw Co'aldale Nurser- es promised; to come'down if a con- erence held.1' urban members'of the parly, and lliey contrived' to.arrange a caucus, at _ _____ whloh most'of Mr. Hoadley's friends j'also that wo'rBhoiild try to get Prof, were absent. This .gathering deposed' Mr. Hoadler from'the leaderaliip, .and sclectediiii his James riam- sayr a leading merchant of Kdmonton. Mr. Ramsay; has ho taste .or capacity for politics, and la. thoroughly reac- tionary In his outlook. So Mr. Hoad- loy-and at least five others of the rura1 nc z L a leglancc, and openly threaten to Join tho farmer independents on tho cross benches at the next gcssion. The net result is this: Whatever strength Al- berta Tory lam ever had ia now hope- lessly dissipated In a'blllQr factional quarrel. MEXICAN GOVERNMENT; TO TAKE CHARGE MEXICO CITY, Nov. menl Intervention In the silualian at Vara Cruz, -where clock workers and stevedores are on begin today, It All operations at the piers-In that city will be con- ducted' by the government siid It '.is believed the situation which has threatened a general national strike may bo alleviated. "Kastes as good as it sounds. MORGANATIC WIFE OF LATE GREEK KING MAY CAUSE TROUBLE caught a very bad NYith a sore throatiand .hoarseness. was so hoarse hour me i .-'LI i.oO was changed in Ihe corn- to a credit entry for the alnount. Concerning this, tho Ceiebi-ated MINCEMEAT "The Mincemeat With A Punch" It hu all ihe oM-limo f Uvar, mado fram a otabimted formula ihat has been handed do from to the gave me relief, and-.tter using.four glance ami In the interests of Ann- urtliem my cough had all'gone. Now has anything parallel -m the I always keep it in Iho house." "Dr. Wood's" is put up iu a yellow three pine .trees the trade mark, price 35c and 60o a bottle. Manufactured only.- by The ,T. bum Toronto, Mil- The question of the legal Ights ot .Madamo Manqs; morganatic wife of late King Alexander seems Ikely to create some difficulty, accord-. rig to leading jurists here. Her attorney has asked the court to emoye the seals from the apartments if the dead king, asserting Madame' vlanos, through licr marriage ami .also >ecausc of her approaching mother- hood, would legally inherit Aleiandcr's property. An attorney for former King fon- slanllne asked the suspend action imlll he had time to action In opposition. Mo declared Constantino Intended to contend thai of iMadanio llanos ahil To Be Troubled th'e'lalo mo'narch invalid. Should Constantino fake ihe legal action, the jurists point out, it would cottsllluie an admission that ho islno longer kins of Greece, ns the monarch cannot appeal to the courts. some speculation as, to' the statute ion The Cause of Many If you do not feel welt nnd go to your family physician, one ot tho first things he will do Is acl; ybu tp h6ld I out yonr tongue. Tho rdacon for Ibis Is that the .condition ;of- shows the the stotjiach ahd bowels. If you allow your bowels to become constipated you 'Will have bilious at- tacks, sick headaches, coated tongue, breath, heartburn, water .brash, etc., and those Iroublesoino plies, which cause so much annoyance and misery- your bowels moving regular- iy and you won't bo In Milbiirn's Pilln you will find Just Ihe.-rem6dy you require It M It I. mwlc from FINIST ORIENTAL ANB ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT At In the dynasty of the child to be born this purpose, .'they aro purely hy 'Madame Manos If the marriage do not: gripe, weaken been declared valid. or Mr. Jas. S. Harris; Box 034, Hall- fax, N.S., two years I suffered .with, M. could not get anything cure me, and hardly anything: would give me even temporary rellaf. ,pne day my uncln Induced mo to try Mllfmrn's Laxa- Liver Fills, nnd oven brought inq 3 vial. I tried them without m'uc'ii fsith, but I spoji found theyVere (lo Ing me good, and alter using tho eec bnd vial-I of my trou hie." aretSac a vial at all mailed direct qn receipt ot- feiirfi LiinKcd, Toronti, GOOD CITIZENS LEAVING (Bmv Island many friends of Mr. and Mrs. P. LaMnrsh are very sorry lo know thai they anticipate leaving this dia- Irict for Olds, Alberta. tos located a largo ranch IherOj anil is expecting lo move, there next week. Mrs. is sorry (o leave her friends and relations, their two sons and a nephew from Saskatch- ewan will nlso with them .to their future homo at.Olus, Alberta, "the ranch ia localcd nix miles from town. all ivsh Mr. and Mrs. I-aMar tho greatcsi in homG. s---. their uew hintory of corporations In Canada." Armstrong's claim for priority is re- fused, also as is tho claim of Senator Domville for in his report, which covers 150 typewritten pages, Dr. Morse "The claim of C. N. Armstrong for fl09.947.-ll is not entitled lo be paid out ot the funds In the receiver's hand in priority to Ihe claim ot the trustee for tho Bondholders. "Tho.defendant company does not owe C. N. Armstrong Iho sum, ol or any other sum pi money. The claim should be dismiss- ed and tho costs of contestation order- ed to be paid to the plaintiff contest- ing by C.' N. Armstrong." iJr. Morso points out that the clajnl of Armstrong was never slallc -lii At the opening.ot the hear- ng- a Veil of uncertainty and nbscur- ty was (lirown over Armstrong's I'lalm by .Armstrong himself, Th'e :ompany 'organized 'in 1903 .to build a railway from Montreal to Grenville, and subsequently Incorpor' under-the Ottawn Illver Hallway''.company. se- cured charter powera ;o build from Grenville to Ottawa, anil became tho Central Railway company 01 Canada. This was Iho company of which Senator .Domville, who also figures largely In the present report, said 'It was conceived'in sin and born of Iniquity." When Armstrong was on the stand his attention was called to this slate' ment, and he was asked: "You had somelbinff fo do with ushering It info the "Yes, I was a sort of ho replied. Oiir New Steam Pressing Machine Will flot be hard on ysiir clothing. When done properly, pressing and sponging 'Will make your garmenU wear longer. Why not have your .pressing done by the newest pro- cess, Our prices arp reasonable. MEN'S OR LAPIES1 Suit, Dry Cleaned Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75 Work called for and delivered. Lee Duck 402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH" POLICE FORCE SAYfi HE'LL QUIT UNLESS GIVEN BETTER HOUSE ESSEX .FALLS, tl. J., Nov. 8. police force of this village has threatened to resign unless he can find real livable house." Is his name. He IE chief of police, sergeant arid patrolman. By day he Is expect- ed to--protect the.village.-fijyn BARGAINS in TIRES We Have An UrMd Supply Of Second-Hand Tires and Tubes PRICES RANGING FROM UP; ALL SIZES Why go to the expeiise pf buying neto tires and tubes when you can buy them at half the NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY, T Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;