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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'he Herald's Page of Lave Local TTbe a e T1IUUSDAY, NOVEMnUU All The Local News Where You Expect It ALUPHTA. BAN K i Mines Break OutputRecords of New Wealth Daily ivei u Lethbridge Audleilco His Views on, The of (lie Lang- uage and Out School Hank clearings for ihc week 1 ending today are as Hgainsl lor Ibe cor- rospondirg week last, year. Oraugeiueu ot tlio ciiy gaUiored in the HapllEt Church, oil Third Avenue-. S.r uu Tuesday. eve nl UK lo heir MrlrpjR from Sir Jamis Outrem. Gracd -.Mister of tlic Oraujo In Albcrtu. Sir James look as hi? "A United Canada." urging thil tie oclv means Ibis can tt obtained ivas by dole (f awsv -jrlth foreigners lielng nllotred to cootregato In col- onies, br the of EngllBL ntuiiu as Ilin State IBTICUICC. oiid by rlja abolition ot Separate ScbooU. Tto "held ailam'Dg foreigners to BOlllo in colonies TVSS detrimental to Iho furtherance ot JJrlllfih and fended lo ibp carry- Ing ou the Idcala of the lauds from which they came. In rtgard lo EiifKili us ihc oiie lan- guage bo argued (bat the use of French in schools and In other things was iiol la accordance -with HID li.N.A. Act. That Act. he slated, specified I bat English was to Le (be language MIL only certain eiceplionp. These JD Ilia procccrtinga cf the Federal HOUFO and Federal Courts of Justice and in those of the Provincial legis- lature and courts ol Quebec. He con- tended that nnyiliiug hcyond thin iras illegal and thai, the Government was ncllns unlawfully In haying money postal notes, elc1., priat- ccl in English and French. To got LMMsh Idaila abeorljed. he argued, was lo speak (tad think of llioae Idcala in tlia language in which llifey were given birth to. Tlic Separate -School system Sir Jamas Oulram roundly condemned as lending to create racial strife and c ercnces. The pupils gol tbe fdea thai (hey were different (o tbose ivfco were in other schools and Ibis cairscd (cclmz ot antagonism tvtlcb militated unity. CIvJI and Religious Liberty Millie affirming that the Orange Order was for civil and religious liberty, Sir James Oulram slated that (ho quarrel VTILS not. with Uic Roman CnLcholic religion -but vitli its raethoOa in setting (o (rblaiii temporal ag- sett hut. lo iho actiou of individuals ID it; iliia ho deplored. A Strange West Tho apcuKer gave it us his confirm- ed opinion thai there was mi campaign by ilie Jlomaii {'aOiolicA' Jo subjugate Canada. He fell that had LO be fought aguiuai und %VRS. ihe duly of tbc Orange Order: The Human Catholic Religion, he saltl. iti tbo policy its lenders adopt- ing, was a national menace iu lUai (he Him of (hat religion n-ait to arreal groaa and to undermine democratic .ilutlons, whlcli tbe Orangemen mp.onad. br snbfltttuUng uuto- cnwy- As a proof Ihfl reactlontiry oC the Human Catholics in Quebec, he Instanced KcograpMos (a uie In lac schools hi that Drovinc.-c. In tbe 40th edition ol the geography, Canada was said lo be dirided inio Upper and Lower Canada n-ftb iJ-o eat ot government in Quebec; the Canadian Weal said to cpnMFt or New Wales und New Caledonia wlih Its resources unexplored anil -whose irflde was principally In fan. lio standard of illiteracy said the speaker in all (bo countries of the world vras greatest where the Homan Catholics had sway. The Proles La iu igloii, he bcUeveJ, was ihe ouly true type of Christianity. To Subjugate Canada Sir James Ouirnm condemned any- Uilng ot tho spirit of certain Orange- men who shouted "Hurrah for King IJilly and down with the but al ilio same lime ho urged tbal (hey be on tlieir guard against tho attcmpls ot the Homan CcitUolics of Cnnada. lo nubjugaic it lo tlit-jr itillncnce. There ing but friendship for Iho Roman Catholics in countries, he said, that vas shown to sonic ot their order, aa'Lhe Jesuits, in Hainan Cath- olic countries. K true to their obli- gations, Orangemen would have noth- ing tut lor friendship Tor the Homan Catholic Church, but, this could nut bo Tvhon the energies and lailh ol that church were misdirected. Sir James Ontram Is a grandson of the Oulram of historic name who re- lieved Lucknow during Ihc Indian Mutiny. He is at present engaged in farming and rancli.ns at Vermilion in Albcrla. The chair at Ihc meeting was iabeu by the Kev. Uafoe. Ali records for coal production in the minea along ihe Crow's Nest Paio route between Tiber ind Crow's Neat are being brok-en theic days. Loading arc averaging about 250 cars daily while some days the 300 mark is approached. Prior to this year 225 cars a day was considered to constitute n record while the average daily output was around 200 cars in the busiest season. Just what is the cause pt Ihe increase in oulpul this year is rot definitely known. For one thing there are more miners than Goes to Plaintiff Alienation Case is Settled usual while it li eaiy lo iccure men for the surface jobs, farmers taking this way of tiding over the winter. A. few miners have drifted In from sc.rosj the line, a few have come from Ihe east. In addition many min- ers who were overseas with the Canadian'army are back again. With the daily output of the mines on this side of the divide belter in an tons, represent- ing new wealth st the rate of more than a day OP a mil- lion and a quarter a month, there is reason for Ihe prospe.-ity which exists In spite of the short crop in Southern Alberta this year. Tbc dc-.'r-U'Jant Jivt-.- ru-ar J'rvspy Albcria. F. 0. MeKeima, ut Uow fo: K. 11. Loug. ul Mcdiciut Hal, for (he defendant. A Local Csse 'flie local rase, t-cHtrfineeii TS. u rising out of Uie Catal ac- cident on Hie Coaldulp road :i shon ago. is, tnc last ot the jury to he heard and be before the court this attemmm. This inoming ihc ALlurlii Kuotcnay Investment Co., vs. Gouge et al hLarted. ft. JaniicRaxi ORDERED MORTGAGE r DISCHARGEO L In Calgury. Mr. I I on Tues-Jay, Mr. F. Jamie- 1 sou, of HOKS