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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE SEVENTEEN THE 23, UI20 Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, UNITED I Cth Svtet W.1 A. liUCllA'xAX -and iMafoijJEg Director JOHN TOHHANCE Eusluesg Manager Membtr Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week..........5-23 Daily, by mall, Daily, by mail for G mouths........ 4--5 Dally by mall, 3 2 io AVeekly, mail, year.......... 1 5-) Weekly, by null, per year to U.S... THE RESULT OF THE BYE.ELECT10NS The Government expected to win both of the bye elections yesterday. U appears lhat it won in Yale hy a small majority, compared with the pre- diction, but lost la East Klgin. The Yale victory had been admitted from the, start. H Is largely a fruit- growing and the 'electors there were not expected to Use any course that-would in. the least en- danger the present tariff on fruit. The .victorious candidate had heeii long a resident bi the constituency, was well known and blghly regarded by all classes. .On-the other hand Col. Ed gctt, the soldier-farmer candidate, bad not been a resident of tho constituency forVa year, and, conseq.upntlyV.was' not well His association with the farmers' movement likely led the fruit growers to fear he would be envelon- ed Inihe ;senlinient ,of the fanners it he were sent to Ottawa. They wouldn't take auy chances'and.pinned their faith on the -candidate linked-up with the'protec- tionist parly. The Yale victory wasn't as glorious as the prophets had talked about A -'majority of-.a-thousand or over was looked for but latest returns show the majority to he around tour hundred. Considering that in 1917 tie seat re- turned Hon. Martin Burrell by .ac- clamation the government cannot toast very much about this victory. Had a fanner candidate won In East Elgin in a straight fight with a gov- ernment cadflldate- the result .would not have" been so significant as such a complete victory. In a three-cornered .contest witb the opposition forces had )y divided. The defeat of the Govern- ment there proves that the people are "sympathy, -wiIh- com- bined'votes'of the farmer arid-Liberal wUl'Bhb'w tho nominee of the. Govern- laeni to be in the minority by a thous- and or more foles The Government made a desperate fight to fcjrrv the seat.! The four otihls Cabi- net'" Ministers, and a doien or mi of his supporters in the HonsVof ComJ- znons addressed the electora-in-alj parts of the riding tPIenly of niqney seemed to have "been available, as the only paper in St. Tuumai carried nearly two pages_of campaign material in each Issue, while the ;oUier candidates seemed to be resources for this kind; of propaganda EastjEIgln until this bye-election Lad elected other lhan T Concer Dative to the HOUSE of Commons "since Another significant feature ol the was the fact that tbe tariff THE CHARGES OF FRANK PATHICK Amateur sport, to use tlio old tag. wife, be beyond suspicion.' In face of tha Patrick charges the whole thing demands an Investigation by the governing body of the amateur' leagues. ThU is par- ticularly needed In the fact that, apart from tbe Patrick charges, rumors arc rife that the amateur hockey orsanUa- tlon is what Is known as sicnal. Such n rumor for the sake of amateur sport should be buried, cud the only way to effect this is for a searching Investigation. Iho governing body of tbe amateur leugiies lias taken the stand that It wilt proceed to take action directly the evidence Is produced. This !s hardly a'proceduro tbat lias Us anneal. U should bo tho concern of this body to get busy In procuring the evidence in ordeV to; deal with it. The matter is 61 too serious an ItnporVln'the-Elur oven mere insinuations cast on amateurism. Sa all tbat amateur snort means It should be jealously-'guarded Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS What are the Hisaliinds of Scot- land? 3. was Buceplialos? 3..-Why is It consideriJu lucky to pick up a horse-shoe? 4. What was the first iiublic library 6. What is the largest library in Iho world? C. How luany volume's are there la the library of the British Museum! tea by Leoo mi h Witde, who was shot hrthV urcsharu Hotel; Dub- was received by Aithur Ileudrrsoa, labor leader ia the hduse yesterday- Wlldo asked Mr. advice "as to iha, "beat uiethoJ of consecrating my ifo" to tne o( real democracy in Ireland. WiMo wrote that his observatio-'i lad led him to bclicvo "Ireland never could be coerced." and suggested his knowledge of Irish history might make hlai'K valuable worker In tae abor parly in ihal organization's fight, In behalf of Ireland. party's MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Is tho story of Dreyfus? Who was the "Lily maid of As- i 3. What Is tbe meaning of What Is E "fault" IK geology? What country was known as tho 4. 5. granary of Kurope? C. What Is tie origin of the Irish harp? ".....i 'i'i" 1. Captain "DreylusV.'a .Jewish' o'Hc-; of the French artillery, was "con- from anything of professionalism deroned in !SJi> for betra'ying tiiiljtary which may .bo to creep into it. It J secrets, degraded and'sent to Devil's amateur sport Is to survive It Is only by showing the full spirit tbat this Island. In 1S95 the first trial was nulled. He was brought back, 're- tried, ayd again condemned, but short- form of sport betokens. It demands afterwards was be- that the skirts of this form of sport Meved lhat he was sacrificed to save should bo kept scrupulously clean. j Slacf- The charge made, is entirely a whlcVwas d ter for ;the governing body al tha (TenuyYoa's" idylls of the Lancelot amateur orgaulzation to take up with- out .any'interference from the Attor- ney-tieieral. The onus Is dlstiuctly on it, and it IS a responsibility which H caunot throw 6R by the mere declara- tion that it Is prepared to act direct- ly the evjdence is brought forward. Something more Is needed it amateur sport is'to maintain the regard with which1, U is Accusations those made cannot be allowed ivaitliig "for evidence. Investigation :o proyo or disprove the charges of irpfessionalfEm made against ths amateur'hockey leagues should not be a difficult matter. It was a Yea-1 result in Yale so far as the Government Is" coEcerned. East.Elgin has added a feather to .he Crerar cap. With the "No" in East Elgin, tha lovernment will' geek consolation In the "Yea" in Yale. I the ling's torses and all the king's .-were of no avail against the farmer candidate in East Blgin, as Mackenzie King now knows. A scrip in the _BrltlshsHouse of L'omnxms The is setting her daughters -a bad ex ample: ''the recent fin'e sale of bonds, and the windfall of over a quarter of a million, the Province is experiencing a lucky streat- 3. Ono who carried the. esc or shield 'of a knight. 4. Tbe .break, or .displacement ot a stratum of roek. 5. Sicily. C. One of the early kings o[ Ireland was named David, and this king took for his arms the harp oE Israel's sweet Psalmist. (Continued from Front 1'ago) Threw SH In Stove, Exploit Finer S IF.-em Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Nov. A painful and distressing accident happened yeslcr- bridge spent lu.to'.vn. Tlw youils; juo.torad to.'lf'.iYtv.yyfl fofj tirefircjjiilir Saturday d'usrs v.'eri cUsappolut- ed i'.s Mr. fj. Kins committed ;i sc-houi. on the cor-' rcct position in proper ballrooiu" liuiar.ti. j Mr. Johtiw. and wife and Mrs.! A. Peterson of wcro yunday visitors tit Uii.vii'aiui. af.coraraiilcil by iU were guests N'uv, 21. at tbe homo Mr. Leav'.ft. Mrs. Jiryuc-r vras hostess at a Mr. A. lfs Groc'U of Gleiiv.- ut a dinner parly i day Sunday Jlst, when Mrs. llyruui turkey dinner Nov.' Olst .in. hoijor DRIVER THE DO PLAY dqep sorrow" over recent asWs na- i tions ana asking both sides to agree] Mrr-Heber Allen, jr., leaves Itay- mond shortly for >Taw York City, ;o a truce.- IContlnued from Frout Pafje.) the botloin'oE the poll. In support of Ihese contentions, they point to the fact the Llberarorfianiza- Joh was in good shape, In Ayliner" aud In' Yarmouth Heights, Mr. Charltou "had a substantial majority. i' Tho organizers of the farmer cam- paign admit that while they were con; (I'rom Own TAUEH, Nov. this after- PICKED UP F O'lt T'llt; BUSY A N F. C. Urury, who resigned as llru thief at Halloybury, has resumed that position. K. L. Mclptc-sh. postmaster at I'rinco Ruperl. has resigned and will'take UD his residence in the cast., The late Matthew's, C. I', uirectnr, Toronto, left au estate of over (our million dollars. Ottawa estimates next year's cen- sus will show Canada's population to bo Bine million. The first exclusively rab'bit banquet cpmuanled by his wife. Mr. Alleii'will 'tibout'2.30 'destroyed the stable irovinco of Outario .was- served college work and Mrs.iotjas- Urovrn. on Second'31. south. having got Allen will. continue her studies voice -culture. I'00 r. start to save the building. The .Institute under the direction entirely of IhecTaylor Stake officials opened 21, ..with representatives trom overy ward In the stake. At the afteruoou session -the Stake -house was filled to overflowing. .Pres. H. S. Allen occupied tlio cliair. Do Voo Woolf gave his first lecture on psy- chology. His subject matter was well organized, given in clear cut sentence's that carried straight to Ills henrers. Prps. Asa.el Palmer, U.S., was the firtent'ol. Jh'olr candidate heading tho second speaker. Ills address on socio- poll, they'.'were surprised at tho was and judf- jorlly" 'secured. j Ing. frpm expressions heard by your According to tlio officials of both the correspondent "at the close of the! ,d of bay bs'Uveen it and ice, also destroyed. The exchange on learning'of tho blaze, linniedlately notified the liro dc-par.tnient, which lurried out quickly with'the fire Ir'uck, but by the time-the !iien nrrlveit.'t'te- cmirc building was a mass "of- flatuca. playing, arc believed" (u have started tho fire, vhluh Is the" only here in a-long time. The-damage is estimated at a fettle over wllli.no insurance. An amusing fast ia connection with tills blaze ,is that while tho brigade lias I been on its Iocs al! summer, Ihc truck Conservative and Liberal campaigns, meeting; tho class anxiously await tho il is quite unlikely that there wi.l be] following sessions when his talk will any questioning o( the poll. ;They he conllnuod on this subject and its During Mitcbel i driver-tic itlmo lo-vtslf Lethlrid'ge on Its appearance. However, sciences. Prof. N. L. declare that the election, while a' most relation tn o strenuous one, has also been a intermissions square fight, a nd that no reason has played a piano solo and Myron developed for disputing the figures Ub-! Holmes sang a solo, Mrs. -.Holmes' act- less' the-offtclal count should show any Mng as accompanist, hi 'the Teachers' material difference In the figures asiTrainiug department, I'riu. A, Mercer 'To plough and sow, And reap and mow, And he a farmer's must be the'political 'song of 'the far'mers'bf the East Elgin election. the foremost issue All parties derntands it today hammered at It and the Conservatives itemed to ha as eager lo advocate Jprotectlpn as were the farmers and Liberals to talk a reduction In the 'The result therefore must ba disconcerting to the high tariff ailvo- catei, especially since East Elgin was not tempted to support reciprocity in 1311 it IB clear that rural Ontario Is as '.earnest as the rural -west in its demands for a lowering of the tariff. The victory In East Elgin will put hep life and hope Into the farmers' inOTOnient. It will inspire the fann- ers in {heir efforts to elect candidates in ''every rural constituency In Ob' swing of.victory is'vjtth says that he did not un- derstand the tariff three years ago And .the .Winnipeg Free Press thinks ho Is in a fortunate position If he tin- Germany, as France sizes her, is still not flt to enter the decent society of the-League'of Nations. No one can blame France for being so particular t to whom sho shall associate "With. them and thoy M- l make the mosfof ThaJJovernment, of course, will take coileolntlou from its victory in Yale will argue that as it has won three A-wrlter states that womep'a tastes in books have not altered. There Is still the craving for love stories. Some of our modern women will be apt to resent this. The hero of Kut, General Towns- bend, has won a victory at tho polls In' the '.British tye-elfcction. Tills will be acclaimed a popular victory throughout the Empire. The Prime Minister has concluded his campaign tour at Holland. If there Is anything In be re membereii that of cno out of four bye elections since it was! William ended In llo'liand. We trust fortaei. that it has sufficient support to V4rrant It carrying on the affairs -ilie'icountry for the present. Hail come to It in both election's yesterday there would have been no surprise, as the three-cornered fight in East' Elgin put tbe odds slrongly-in the''-Government's favor. Its defeat there .will cause more serious'concern abptrt Its prospects in tho rural rid- ings' of tha Dominion than ,lbe victory In. Yale will-give It confidence, ill the seats contested since the Melgheii GoYe'rnment'ivas formed had previous- ly returned supportersi'ot'Tjhlan Gov- ernment ThO'CJp'vernment has sue-, cocdcd in holding three out ol1the four-, bill'ln Colchester and Jphn, Ciblnbtl-Minfoters as tamllijatofl Bad more (P uVwjth the triptory than the policy of the Govern: pient. j The of the Drury (Joveru ,4nent wa fcflcclod in East Elgin, the Prime Minister is not superstitious. during the evening indicated lhat vir- tually tho whole military establish ment -In this district of Ireland-was employed In maintaining this cordon Late in the evening the strict guart placed around the city made absolute tho paralysis of traffic in and out of Dublin, which whemorders were issued on Sunday suspending .al railway traffic1." In the meantime sold- iers were conducting; .scores of raids throughout the" city, reports reaching newspaper offices''showing that' all classes and types of residences and other 'premises were being From early in the morning this "work went on, and reports came' iii quick scores bt were attended byf.more than the usual amount 6[ incidental clasiies.- u seem- ed certain, tbat many casualties had marked the day's activity. jfith the and "raids 'Conduclod led'jtjiose" in-'ilbse touch wlih the: situation to bollcv'e. the military' authorities--Were_- defcrnilncd to arrest, the partieo..respoasiblev for ftp Streets, 'in- pi Dublin' were lbicSl'y''.peopled1.ie'arly in the" evening by small.knots of citizens who discussing.-the situation and expressing-'fear.'that.'thojrejgn of terrprVhad not endedv'rA-s'ya'fjcpiisen- the a'dV.ancement of jtte cur- few hour to 10 the crowds spon dwindled af- ter scarbeTr'a ygf; son abroad. An atmosphere dlStnisl nnd sus- picion was noticeable on every Innd yesterday and last night.'-. Travellers on .pedestrians Jn .the fstreels and loungers In hotel lobbies showed reluctance sto -opinions relative to the ol Sunday's tragic events... Above all no one would give any Indication :p.s to his personal sympathies. It was universally agreed, hpweye'fj that the situation was most and the spark-whlch might producce the long 'eared conflagration" was momentarily expected. A Night of Quietude' DUBLIN, Nov. train ser vices in and out-of Dublin.were re sumed this afternoon after the cil> had passed a night of nuietude follow ing Sunday's bloodshed and the raid Ing activity of yesterday.' The curfew law was strictly obeyed. The night, however, did not witnes any let-up In tho work ot the mlUtarj who were continuing" their, minute search of tho city, presumably fo siisjiects in connoclion with Sunday' assassinations. Before tho curfew hour several of the streets were snr rounded by barbed wire barriers an the soldiers examined '-all person passing'. Sinn Houses Burned DUBLIN, Nov. houses o two Sinn Fcincrs at mile from Ing.. .At Skerries, Patrick Sinn Fein lahorlfe was serlousl wounded.. At Rush, a neighboring vl lage; armed forces entered of a .Sinti Fciner named by the-Various'poll- ing clerks'. Handwriting on Wall LONDON, Out.. Xov. is more .than _ the handwriting on the wall; its a straight order to get was th'e way in which Dr. H. A. StfiT- cnson, summed up tbe resull in East Elgin last night. FARMER FOUND SHOT THROUGH, TK5 HEAD V.PRINCE.-ALBERT, Nov. po'ral of tlm provincial oljce force Is investigating the death W..F, Dougljli, a farmer nortrTof ayutou, was found sho't irqugb.. the head. Tho indications re that he committed suicide, using shotgun. A- wastepaner basket has been un- ____......-..... earthed among the, relics of ancient him to the road nnd. Egypt. even In those ancient days rrjuat-have received contributions from aspiring journalists, to say noth- ing of the spring poets. "Who shall say lhat the Irish devil is absent in Devlin, when, w'ilh.lhe splrlt'pf "tread on the tails of my coat if you he started. a Donnybrook fair1 exposition In the House ol Com- Men 'who left >rcwipundland--in employment' in Canada ami Iho United States, .owing to the- poor Ilshlng season, hnvtf returned with re- ports that conditions In Indiislry. Abroad, nro even worse lhan they are in' Newfoundland. To 'them It mnst have had the appeal ot a liow found land, t. dead.-: Burn a Creamery LONDON, Nov. A crcarncry.a Dharrow, ncur Ncnagh, county Tlppe. ary, Ireland, was bm-nerl this mornliig 'allegedly by- uniformed Bays Central NEWS dispatch. 'Police. 'on military- officers saarcneii residence ana the court house at Xenagh and a rested two officers, It Is said. At Athlono armed military- force visited the houses of many Sinn Fel sympathizers, and mndo numerous ai rests. i Exchange Shots. CORK, .Nov. Shols were free! exchanged last evening between ,iux llnry police and civilians in the villa's of Mill Street, Killiirney district; is reported one policeman was wounr eel and Iwo civilians nhot. After spm riflo and inacliinc gun firft from Ih police barracks llio trouble .subsided Labor Party's Attitude LONDON, Nov. Disapproval c thft present of government I Ireland was la a letter Joseph A. Pesant and Rene Illcel; [ontreal wiife-and beer-merchants; -cre.sent ib jail for twelve months t hard labor and fined each on charge of false trademarks. of the Magralh public schools gave a1 spirited talk on teachers' work. Dr. A. Clayton Greenaway gave the closing lecture. His health .talk on pneumonia, heart disease and cancer was appreciated by all. He will de- liver another lecture tomorrow night on. health and sanitation. Among tho visitors from Lethbrlflge to the Educational Institute wero Mr. CUauncey Snow, George Green, jr. -Miss Viola Green, Mrs. Jessie R. Ursen- bach. Mrs. Job. Lwellyn and Mrs. Emily Ashton are-in Raymond froni.Burdett as .delegates to the Institute, also Mr. Francis, and Mrs. Wilford Harris of Taber. Jlr. and Mrs. Ira Fletcher, Mr. C. Jenson. Mrs. Orson Wooloy and Sirs. FJ. G. Alston of Magrath were iri at- tendance" at thb Institute on .Sunday. Mrs. Alston will remain tho week as a guest OL Mrs: Mattie Kiiisey. Mr. Geo. Wride nccompanietl by his son Dalantlion, and Master Houser better lack time. SELL BUSINESS AT :BARNWELL (From pur Own CoVrcr.nondentl BAHNWELL, N'oy; P. Lund and Son have sclil' out their Keneral mer- chandise 'business to Elijah Williams of Eltau. tliey are shipping their stock pt lumbev "and hardware to Chin. PUTTING .CATTLE ON THE FARMS AGAIN (From Our Own Correspondent) BAHNUULL No% 2' -Some of the farmer's around hero to be going into tho cnttib business again. F, C. Fuller just sliippc-ij -a carload from Calgarj anif during tHe past week Air T E U'ei inlorded several car- loads at'-the- RarriwcU yards. CRERAR AT CURRENT T. A. Crcrar toniglii will: address a-public incetln; Ssyift Current, Sask., breaking Li t t-lgii to Ca'g-'-j where" he will attontV on Thui'sOay and Friday this i ec4 i il Elton and Thurber Harris of Lcth (United Grim G 13. ol the at Chatham by the Ilabbit Breeders' association to business men." Congressman M. Mi- Garland, of Piltsuurg, .republican, representative at larsie froni Pennsylvauia, was fouud dead in the bathroom of his homo. A unanimous call to jHev. Geo. A. Dlckson, pastor of tlio Crescent Con- Srcgatloiial church, Winnipeg, has been made by the Neepawa Presbyterian church. Ji i David Lloyd George has won an- other election, tbat of Edinburgh Unlvarsily-'ln this ]ioll. which took place recently, Lloyd George received 1764. votes against BOH for Professor Gilbert Hurray, the Lib- eral candidate. Tlie certificate ol'Capt: Dunc-an Mac- Kenzie. Master, of the Grand: Trunk Pacific steamer" Prince "Rupert when that vessel ran on the Swan- son bay during a heavy !os on Sep- tember 2Slh was suspended for four months, and that ot Capt. Rod McKcn- zio, chief officer, for three months, by the commissioner'inquiring luto the wreck. Charles F. Van do Water, of Long Beach, congressman-elect for the ninth California district, and his secretary, Miss Jaiiuess Lcnblln, were killed in an automobile wreck. Jlr. Van de Water and his party were motoring home from a meeting held in'a church at Pomona to celebrate the election of Jlr. Vau de Watei- as congressman and that of Joseph H. Itominger as slate senator from tlio thirty-third district. Thomas Findley, who for some years 1ms held tho daai office ot president ami-general-manager of the Massey- Harris Co.. following the death of Sir Melvin Jones, has resigned from the latter position. In his'iilace the board has nfipoiiited Mr. Thomas Braitehaw, former Finance Commissioner, for Tor- onto, and at one time partner in the firm of A; E. Ames Co. IF you are looking for a Pliojiograph according to today's aud tomorrow's at pur store arid hear the Mason R-sch Phonographs. These ideal music producing instruments arc encased in Cabinets, of distinctive Larmouious and dignified, built in Mahogany, Waluiit or Oak. The Mason Risch and built to meet tfre demand for aihigh-grade Phonograph at S reasonable price, arid that it'has succeeded ;in fulfiHing these requirements is prdvecl by the fact that all those one are unanimous in their.praise, aud.the pricc.is within the-rcacli Ofall. i ifr J'; Mason Risch Phonograph is offered" to "suit1: j'our reasonable casli if de'sired'. 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