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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT VHP. I.F.THBrUDCiF, pAILT HRRAIJ1 FRIDAY, XOVEMURH 21, 10111 INCREASE IN CUE IN CANADA IN 1918 IHil BY RECORDS NEW IRRIGATION SCHEME Bui Olher Crime is On The Increase DRUNKENNESS INCRKASED 11 PER CENT IN ALBERTA OTTAWA, Nov. cons'derab.'e Jcercue In crime throufihout tie Do- Jnlnion U shovra by the blue book deil- inf Trill criminal ytatliiics (or the ywr 1913, IsjtJed from the office of Dominion Accord- ing to lie returns, there were during the j-ear 2M1S charges and 17.13U conTictions for indictable offenses In the savers, as compared charges and eon- Tlctlons ihe before, being an In- ot or nearly 1'2 per cent. Quebec for charges and an Increase of 1.S11, Oniirio or slishtlj- OTer (or con- Manitoba TlctloDE during the year. Saskatchewan The percentage ol acquUlals _ from 13 cent, in Prince Edward Island to over 27 per cenl. In Xora Scolia. Tho number ol convictions increaswl during tie year in all tha proilncta Alberta. British Columbia the Yukoa. The higher increases were In Ontario, Quebec. Manitoba and Xova EroUa and the larger decrease in British Columbia. The number o( summary convictions Jumped from in 1917 to In 191S. Of these, less than S per cent Trooen offenders. Eighty- per cent- ol the number of per- sons conricted of minor offences were fined; 3 per cent, were sentenced to imprisonment -relthoui of a fine, and 15 cent, were allowed to go on suspended sentence. Of the minor offenders against tbe law, 026 were conrkted (or drunkenness as against ll.Si" duriat the prrrloui vear. Drunkenness decreased by apartr 25 per, cent, in Canada during the year, 'ncreiacs belns confined to the JTOVfrces rf Manitoba and Alberla. In be last named province conylcllons rubbered S25, u compared vtlth 3S1 ,hp previous year, an increase of U I rer cent., while In Maultobe conTlc- lions from l.fSa 10 an increase Nov. new Irrieillon project, which will brins water to 31MOO acres In the vicinity ot so'ith ot the Red User, has been prt- prated lo F. H- 1'elere, commla- sloccr ot irrigation tor ibe IMuiinlou government, who is leialed here, and Peteri. alter a de'.fjallon on lb.o subject, has promised lo re- coaiiueud lo ihe govtrni-aeat (lie of turrey luriy C- in tbe'field immediately to as- certain tile. IcasibUlly ot the project. of per cent. The beneficial effects of war lime prohibiiloa Is riemonslrated by a table (howiDE that for ihe UT.r period mere was a decline of 65 per cam. In ihe number of wnvlcTlons [or Tbe percentage decrease by pror- was as follows: Prince Edward Island Xovs Scotia 35 Brunswick 60 Quebec 55 Alberts llritlsh Columbia Ynton 92 TEMISKAMING LIBEBALS SEEKlNfi CANDIDATE HAIUSYBDRY. OnL, Local Liberals, who have asted that a party convention be held at an early date lo select a cnndldate to contest the federal rHIng of Temlsiamlng In the lorthcomlng bye-election, are urg- ing Malcolm Lans. M. L. A., tor Coch- rane, be ottered Ihe nomloallon. C. G. H. Slasht, ot Toronto, and Mllloa Carr. of Hamilton, are favored by oth- er Liberals of the district. The con- vention wlil DB held shortly, probably at Enjlehart i On Bfiny An Important Point on Trnrvsconlinenlil Air Route Dr. Robert A, Stevenson, a known physician, died at Toronto, AUCTION SALE I hive been fivared wllh Initniciiona frwn MR. P. LEVINE to Mil by Public Auction On TUESDAY, NOV 25th AT ONE O'CLOCK Sooth HiU of Sec. 21-5-21, Known u Old Experi- mental Farm .Three I Half MIlM Eut of Ltthbrldge 1 Cockihutt gang plow; 1 F.-'ft'O. suHcr Plow; 1 10-foot double engine dljc; 1 3-aection lerer htiroir 1 CocXshntl EnrUw soil parter; 1 2J-raarter Cockshutt drill; 1 S-foot Veecins 2 Deeriif mowing mchinM (nearlr 1 har rake: 2 bull rafces; 1 stacker; 1 wagon, complete, tip-top, not; 1 wagop gear and rack; 1 democrat; 2 sets-double wbrfe harness; 1 single set hiiness; 1 sadolc; 1 sleigh; 1 Empjrt crelm separator; 1 Hoet; 1 garden cultlralor; 2 heatics aiorea, mbont 7 Ions allalfa haj; 1 team horses.' TERMS CASH GEO, P. PORTER, Auctioneer SASKATOON, N'ov. tho chancellor, FtvdcriclL Haultain. in tho chair, au'eitraonliaary sci'ion of convocation of the UnlwrfUy of Sas- kRichetcan opened ihls morning for the purpose, as announced, of inquir- ing into ihe dismissal ol four univers- ity professors. It was decided to exclude Ihe public from the galleries, but lo admit the press. After some general d'scusslon as lo the purposes of ihe body, method o! procedure, ect, a siaicmtat was heard from rrofc-sEor Ira A. MacKay, one ol ihe dismissed professors. In which he pointed out tlie difficulty which arises when a" board of management usurps the powers ol legislation and ie t cfrm jou o E policy. Thou gh here wero rive constituted bodies in .ho university Institutiorj, each bavins :6parate, though complimentary func- .Ion's, the special effect had been in this as iu many instances, thai he bodies themselves were practically somolent and that practically he entire task of direction, manage- ment, policy, etc., descended upon ite shoulders of the He, there- 'ore, proposed as s- remedy that the office of president be bifurcnicrt by the appointment of u controller, whose [unctions would be similar La those af the city caminissioner and would eave the president or principal Iree .o direct the more Important educa- tional policies of Lh.0 icstttulion. 32711th Street Sooth Phone 1692 CALGARY. Nor. I Calgary Intends to occupy on the pos- sible air routes the Dominion will be a llTe leans In the .near future la forecast by the (wo letters rscetrM by tho mayor and commlssior.Gvs Ibla morn log; one of them from Arthur Lincoln, vhicb Intimates thAt Dominica government hte under seri- ous conjlderatloc the building of an aeixrJrome here; Ins other from Oeorge TRJ-IOT, of the Pacific Cent Aerla. Services, Jn regard lo a trans- continental fllaht whlcn Ibis OTS (Ion la promoting. Mr. Lincoln states that he IK U eating the advisability of tho construc- tion In the neighborhood of tho city a Rovomuient station and that he TV 111 report on this matter (o ths comrals' at With th.3 In mind he asks ivhat Ca.gary Is ready to do In (he way of a municipal landing ground. Mr. Lincoln etfltps that ho 1; slug favesl.gattons for lha Domin Ion government re the adrlsnblllty of establishing .an aerodrome In tho west part of tha clly- He Inllniate. thai 11 would bo used as a station for firo pafrol and olhfr aerial on the eastern alopo ot tn0 Rocktea. The letter from George Taylor re- fers to tho trans-continental [light which his organization Is planning (or the spring or early summer. Jle wisflcs to knoir if ihcrc Is any aero- drome accommodation In this city and If Calgary U willing to offer anr thing- In Ihn way of a prlzo for Ihls He explains. iiaa the race would start from Halifax am end either In Vancouver or Victoria. Calgary would be a stopping place. MONTRHLAL. NOT. op'um brick swindle li tho litest and tlie (IreL lime It was triad hrjro led to action tn lha criminal courts. Wong Tong wa3 the victim and he told hit; Btory lo Judfe CJSSJQ In Iho arrnl loent court yesterday, as a sequel to If your bat-water bag Is past, mend ing do not discard it, but cut off the top, open tbe bag- out fist nnd cover it with a prelir colored linen. Fold I into tbe desired shape and use as n washcloth, toothbrush, soap and spongo holder when travailing. icli 1'elcr Itnown as "Pete (be aud S. SchnollXnlf. Icnown as tta were commuted lo (rial on n charge of swtutlUng. Toug the thai he had boon asked lo call on the who. with Tote? Par. had taken him to the doctor's where. aNflr he had p.MJ cv parcel of 45 raciiets wa? flren him. whou he Open- ed them, u-fifc fouud to be blocks of wood ihe a lie of ail ordinary package of opium, wrapped uv Ib. Chinese reJ yaptT and _lle_d with red stilng, tho same AS On aaWnj ScbnoU- kolt and, lo rc-Iuivd Ibe moaoy they had regret and loi'i iiiui Ihor had not iol hli money, Tho wlU appear for voluntary state- ments "HARD TIMES DONT KlLi." BOSTON, Maes, Nov. A din- ner tendered members oC the interna- tional trade commission hm nlghl. Sir Arthur Shirley Ueun, ol flreal Bri- tain, said; "Hard times don't kill. are going 1C tho allies win fought together can stick lordlier. I hopo to see civilization go Ihy leaps and bounds and the Caucus- llan lite sthl buprome." AUCTION SALE Of LIVE STOCK, FARM IMPLE- MENTS, and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Thb Sale it for the of Settling up an Estate .on Account of Dcsth of Qne of the 196 Head First-class Dairy Cattle On Wednesday, Nov. AT TEN O'CLOCK N. W. Vi 14-8-21, Six MOei Sooth East of LetMmdge, Two Miles South Jail Farm, known n Ed. McKenzie Finn S Ircih cows, one J'rssj cow, dire to Ireihon; 3 Holslcln cowi; due lo fieshen IE Dec.; o Ihjrhani COWB, due to freshen tti 2 Jersey due (o (reshca In VK.; 1 Holftefn cows, due (o fresh- en In 8 vet cows; 16 grade HolaUIn helferg; (2 grade Dur- ham helfera, aU suppoged In calf; 17 jearltng lielCers 3 yearling heifers 10 Iwo-year old jlecra; 28 yearling sleera; 20 hclfor calves; 23 steer ralrda; 12 veals; 1 Durham bull, two Tears oW; i llohlein bull, two 7ears; 2 heary mflres; 2 heavy geldings; 1 coll; 6 atore h6ga, about 100 Iba.; 1 gander; 2 geese. l-'P. t 0. fans plow'; 1 FXon anJ rick; 1 Van Brucl double disc drill grain seetfe.f.'aflachtrieni, neArlr new; 1 haf rake; 1 hull overlhroir Etaclter; i 50-sallon cooking ketllo; 1 lha. Beatrice cream idparalor; a number of milk cans anrj palta; i Kb. work harness; 1 dining table; 1 bed spring anil railtrna; forks, thorela and Lumeroun other nrtlclca. TtM clock li all bar fed ud In line condition; an sicclltmi dalrr llraln. -TESKS CAiM FRErLUNCH GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer 327 11 tk Street Swtli Phone 1692 CAREO. NOT. Marshal Viscount AlTenbr, British high commis- sioner in Egypt, has Issued the follow- ing statement "The policy of Great Britain in Egpyt is to. preserve thn 'otitononijr of the country under British protec- tion and develop a system of self-gov- ernment under an Egyptian ruler. The object o( Greai Britain Is lo defend Ejjypl against alk eiternal dangers or the Interference of any foreign power anij at ihe same time establish a con- stitutional system, in which, under British guidance, so far as is neces- sary, the SuJtnn and his and the elected representatives, of the people may In their several spheres increasingly co-operate In Ihe manage- ment ol Egyptian affairs. "Hia Majesty's government has de- cided to send a mission to Egypt to work out the details ot a constitution to carry out this object and in consul- tation with the Sultan, his ministers and Ihe Egyptian representatives to umlErtake Ihe preliminary worX re- quisite before Hie future form of ernmenl can be settled. "It is not the function ol tbe mis- sion to impose a constitution Egypt. Its riuly Is ID explore the ground and discuss vrith the authori- ties on the spot the reforms nfces- y and propose. It Is hoped, In com' plele agreement wiih the Sultan, a scheme of government which may subsequently ba put Inlo TorcD." TOHOXTO. NOT. Onlarl- j Associated Hoarrta of Traile one Chambers of Commerce opened it slitti anntfal meeting litre tolay willi represenlaLIveg troin many proTlncIa lowna and cities present. The mee Ing was preEidcd ovar by William Taylor, of Owen 'Sound. resouHlons arc lo corne hefor Lhe mteling starting tnmorrow. The Include that railway freight ex press rales on coal, woort and Iiiel rcducerj lo the minimum of coal all nationally control.lcd Itocs aa fac'.or In reducing the coat ot living thai an Umpire trade mark and elan dard be adopted; that Immigration o Ilritlah cUlzens lo the Dominion facllilJHed and IT neceaaary gubsl crt BO dial Urlliph commerco and llsh pfeoplo may be retolnerl under th flftg; lhat a prohibit I re tax he nl (0n foreign magazines with a clrcul itibn lO.OOi) tinlcjs they add Can se'cllons wilh Kpaca for Can dlsn advcrtlaera; tint a royal com mission be appointed to stady 11 ilariTf numerous claln t for Ejitclal consldoratfon', fof a bnnu (lo fitctl FhlpbuHding; for the csla of uniform rales of nydr jelcclricat power, and tbal the Onlar government ho aahed to In jlfre merit? of nn Income tax batch 'net FIH n siibBlilutc for tl jljrcs'jnl lax. J I This niornini; Ihp meeting pas.-iM la rcpoiution from ihe Toronto board 'of Jra.-Jr saving as a Domlnlon-wiile nioisart. U waa by one vote, Ibat ot Ihe chair- man. Why 0X0 Cubes sell by Ibe Million t as told by people who use BclM narfuC wr o( OXO CD'DCP. 1 icad TO a Nan thil bed ii w dur 1 aurf dioo-ri iriibtnit it with UM help OXO Cabci. Some ol mr Incadi cie OXO koJ iad ikm I'eiy eoarcaieac. OXO Cub toe known ta nctd rcc.omiat.adtj.ioa bciidci made, OXO Mr trindi vie whrt I vr1inleuirlDD.ji.Bd lull then OXO. I conriacoj thri it OXO Cabu (XI OB H ttrll "We lure (oroj OXO C.Vl dirtiod Myioi. Tbtn ww inrr lime ibcf etjald IM ttio now, Hd'of Ui ktlfc prUiJ of IER DAUGHTER WAS SAVED FROM OPERATION of Petenbttri Telli How. Petcnburg, "For Jttn ay daughter differed from a pains in her right side; altimei tbe Wit your Wejlsdid, o HUMOROUS, THRILLING, DRAMATIC, FUNNY; COME AND BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY; ENTERTAIN- MENT FOR ALL TO SUIT THE POPULAR TASTE; UNDER LYCEUM AUSPICES. MONOLOGUES, I, VIOLINISTS, PIANISTS, SOLOISTS, ETC., ETC, Knox Church, MOD., Nov. 24 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. ADMISSION UNDER ;