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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUME XII. L'bTIlBniDGE, ALBERTA, SATUIIDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1910 NUMBER 290 of Protection Takes Fling at New Ontario Premier's Beliefs i DECLARES PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION WRONG- TORONTO, NoY: sm not tjolng Pre- mier Dryry, but he certainly m ttudint of ioclallstlc remirked Col. J. A. Currle, M.P., In the COUPM of an iddreu on naTTonat policy the annual meet- ing of Wjrd Four AMoclatlon lait night. The cofonel iccred tha Income tix which, rhe predicted, woufd tlluppear In Canada before long; claimed thtt .the Uriff wii the btrt and eatleit way of falling revenue; declared proportional rcpreienlatlon wai olJw legisla- tion; feared German Intererti were at work here to destroy the good that had been done; urged the Conifrvatlves to re-orginlie and ITflht again, and urned that the future of Canada would he at- t-Jred wtth the adoption of the national policy. HON. H. C. NIXON Sworn In as .Ontario Provincial Secretary. Mr Nixon. Is O.A_C. Braddate, and preilous to lasL clocL was a CoDservatiYG. He represents North Brant. EASI TO SUFFER Robert fJ. Michel! Granted Or- der Nisi lo Become Abso- lute in Three Months .Tht divorce of Mkhell vs. Mlchill, the flrtt >uch case to be heard [n a local court, did not oc- time of th. Suprcms Court half an hour. Only the plaintiff, Robert Q- one olher WltnvM. ware called, -the. accAnd. -i the atatameiita that tha defendant. Martha Mkhdl, bxn co-habit- -Thos. 191 J. TKe plaln- tllf had llvtd ap.rt .since 1912. The plaintiff' has overseas from June IS 15 to June I9H. The order jilsl .wu grant.d, to become abaelule In months' time. The custody of the child o'f this marriage, Martha Blanche born In April 1912, will be granted ta the mother, an order of court to be given to that effaot- The plaintiff resides at Ray- mond; the defendant now lives neflr Magrath. D. H.'Elton for plaintiff; W. S. Ball for defend- ant. The case of Woolf vs. Tannsr started-late Friday afUmoon. No Bituminous Coal From 1.1. .S. Curtailments Must Be Effected' GERMANS CONSIDER PROTOCOL TERMS s, A A 4 A .jt Q i Courier Carries Documents To Berlin Hitchcock Is Confident of Ratification PARIS, Nov. von Slmson, the German government to Paris In connection wttfr. .MM by the ____ protocol which the allies have demanded shall be executed by the to' guarantee the carrying out of the armlitlce termi, to- night to coniull the Germin government-and to "fain the national to lhe new provision! In The upon whtch authorisation Is especially 'required .are thcs? concerning the armistice clauses with which the Germane haVe failed to comply to date. CO HITCHCOCK CONFIDENT OF RATIFICATION WASHINGTON, Nov. in a Vate- ment replying to the declaration of Republican Leader lodge that the peace treaty IMIIB should b- settled In the f clad today that he was confident a settlement would be wpqkcd out by which ratification could be secured. Preti Comment LONDON. Nov. Saturday] Review, commenting on tlie adjourn- ment of "Iho United Slates senate, says: "We are convinced thai lhe binding, Tar-reaching and omnipresent, obliga- tions or Lhe league of nations would nave created frlcllon between Great and the United States. AEter wore than a century of 111 will and mi 9 un do ret nnd ing. Lbe British and Americans have come to respect one anollicr and recognize eacli other's' renRih. not leave it ai The News stales tills morning: "What u> really serious, .we think, is not the senate's behavior, but lhe fact lhat Lhe senate, nupBrcnily. rep- resents (he attitude or the American Rather Wifion LONDON, Nov. Specifier recalls its expressed astonishment it Ihe construction of (he United SLatei peace delegation and says iL llituts President WIlHon should have elected MONTREAL, Nov. tlc rWuotlcna In train tervlce will hive to a-very early .date, of bi- ceil Je1Won 'irT-official Cana' dlan railway board today. "At a rMult of the strike and pi te- ed by the, ijovern mt.nt on the eXportailoeTcf bliunv- Iruuc n- celpli In-Gartitli.'iJiiririfi put two are now'belhfl to take off a number of .traffii In Ontario and end or the present month, btit It la feared be- fore normal movemint of coal to the havi returned, It will be ntcewary to make much heJivltr ndfjetlcni." EGYPTIAN NATIONALISTS KNOCK BRITISH POLICY former President Ta'l, Eli.iu Hoot and Senator Lodge to go to Paris (o share in Lhe responsibility. The newspaper adis thai Hit merr- Mftma of nalloai. 'The'real "is, that America will not PRINCE SAYS FAREWELL TO THE YANKEES MORE SLEEPING SICKNESS IN 'PEG WINNIPEG. Nov. new rases of ileeplng sickness were reported to the cily health authorities today. Appears Determined to Annex Dalma.ia and Ittick Montenegrins ADMIRAL JELLICOE Who rialted Calgary Friday on hi: way east from Esquimau to canfe .with the government'at Ottawa on Canada's naval policy. NEW YORK. Nov. F. Aldham, Preis Correipond- Vork many 'day In New rough t tbe. Prince .ot .Wales 'fresh evidence! yeatq-dav of tha donate Ipterext; which New Yorkers The. case of SodDrgreen va, Saunriors TVBS dismissed, the Jury In a. verdict lor the defendant. t v CAIRO, local commit- tee of Ibe Ef.vpLlin naL.bntUiLa has liaued a atalemenL'lo the native presi Quoting the recent British lULoniint of policy. COm men Ling npon this rtatfment, the comrnlLlee aayi: "The publication'o rfncUl c6mmand to (ajte a referenduin among lhe various branches soundfug out Lbt; feeling of lhe members on l" Ing poKLlcal flcLfon. Tho resolution followed a of several hours IIL which lack of syrft- p.ilhy towanl returned EOldlers by tliB federal Kbrornintnt WRS cliarfed. The prcamljlo of lhe reaolutlnn to .tho pro- vincial command also contained this charge. IL' cro shot killed highwaymen while, 'al 4 'dinner In .Iho miles' from Pordanil, shortly before 'mldnlgbllaEl nlghl. .Tbo cr'me was committed by three nifin who looted t> tavern and made their eBM'po; PETPETUATING LETHIRIDOI 4 ACTIVE SERVICE MTTERlEt One Artillery unit niied to ilurln? war Is Lo In' Exlmon- -ton is A mllllla, unit. That fi lhe 61st BtLLery, Iho Ihlrfl ar- tlllery nnlt-refriiilcd In fr bridge, saw active aer- vice with Major Cofllnwa or 0. C. Wllh L-tV bridge lie -20lh- 4 nnd the Ihls makes bttterlcs In u4-Ibe f IlkellhoorJ Is Lhat a whole ff gadc will esUbllaheH In tho province. la tnfct cue b LcthTirldge win, Lers of Lhe 4 ;