Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
f PAGE THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD '1920 Uarllt be rut on a purely revenue the element c( protection HOD. Duncan Marshall Case of Farmers to the Tariff Investigators blew up -Kten approached it gas torches. (1. Starr, tho workmen, had, a miraculous escape. Ho was blown more thau 60 feet and Cropped, on the aot ol a Bhed uninjured except for R cuts and bruises.- .Men in Hold of Ship When Ex plosion liodies Removed ____ i EDMONTON', bis views wi tho cash, gratuity to return-1 EDMONTON, Oct. soldiers. Hon. MacKenzle King at I N'KW VORH, Oct. [he C. ii. the- tariff to give the farmers oppor-lhis meeting tonight satd this! Crowe of Toronto, I bo ol! .tanker tonitles to bn? in the open market. I (illation ia the last analysis could! today, was a British was requested by Hon. Duncan Mar-loulr be settled by the housa of com-lstecl steamer of tons gross reg- provincial minister'of agrlcul- mom. The view that he held was that Iisler- (eet Lulu tore, who was the chief witness before he i-ou'd not see how it was feasible! Scotland, m 1507. and re- ihe UrICf commission at the afternoon tession today. "Alberta farmers have to compete In the uneu market for the sale of their Eoode. All th'at they a A Is that they have the privilege of buying im- o! production In the same snsnner .The reduction of the tariff .burden y ill enable them to he said. "The. increase ot exports will bring revenue to'the Dominion this year and thy belt means of securing this in- ci-reaw will be to remove the tariff on far.m he continued. He7 pointed but that the fanner can- not benefit by tariff. He has to Compete in the open .market for the sale "of his crops.'-As an example, Mr. Marshall pointed out that this year no British, were in the market" and 'that consequently the price of ,trheat'has, fluctuations which., money lost la every farmer.-- He asked that ttoe.lDdminlori govern rnenC demand that'the British govern- ment act fairly toward the Canadian CTAwaj- the em- Ijargo on cattle. We have done our best In that re' said Sir Henry prayton. Mr Marshall continued by asserting lhai the development of the livestock trade fn the Dominion is fl matter of importance aud that the em- bargo maintained by the British gov- ernment is an example ot protection carried to the limit. He concluded by asking that' the built in 1910 at Collliigwood, Ontario. to name any specific amount of money for any groiip of men hut on the other] An employee of the dryclocfc com haml he took'tlio.view tint wherever encased at work In another part there was genuine need either by Ihui" f the yards paid ho had seen at teis.t man or his dependents, it oodles from the hold ot the was'the duty .of the state to rehabili-l "rows. The Wast blew a great hole late them to the last day ot Uielr lives. Ilu lho slarbosrd side of the shin At "It is a matter of altitude Porthole eppeared a wo.-kmnii PhEMIER, SENDS GREETINGS TO TOKIO TOYKO, Oct. of the world's Sunday school convention weie resumed today. Justice MacLarea of Ontario, vice- president o'f the World's Sunday School association, after reaJIng greet- ings last night from the Canadian premier .added: '.'Perhaps thlf terrible accldsnt Is-a blessing In dtjgulse, the whole world will he-made to notice what the convention, proposes to'uccompllsh in Toyko." NOTTS'FOREST WON LONDON, Canadian division football game played .today between Notts For- esl and Sheffield Wednesday, resulted m a yicjbry for the former by a scoro of 4.to Sir George Foster Not Satisfied That Change of Control Has lieen Responsible For Slump in Price on him while .workers ralsci n cry of. "Ladders, ladders, for God's sake, ladders." It was several miuutes betora lad- ders could be found, but as fts some were brought to the dock, res- cuers worked desperately to save their fellow-workers In the vary bow- els of the steel tinker. One liy one, Bremen shrouded their grim faces in gas masks and descended the ladders Into the smoke-filled hold. Bodies were hauled up with ropes and the Injured rushed to hospitals.., 'When the Indies reached the deck'the vic- tims we're bleeding from" many cuts and their clothing In many cases-had been blown to shreds. Firemen, em- ployed at the yard, first to reach the scene, weutMnlo the hold- without masks and many of them were over- come. According to T. Murphy, first officer of the Crowe, about 100 men were on tho'forward part of.the vessel when the came and, nearly 200 more were working around her. None were iu the forward tank, hold which OTTAWA, Oct. oa a news dispatch from Calgary In which H. W. Wood, president of the United Farmers of Alberta, was quoted as saying .that Canadian wheat could have been handled verr mnch better through the Canada wheat board than In the open market and that tha price had declined a dollar bushel since the board had ceased to handle It Sir George Poster, minister of trade and commerce, spoke as follows: "The fact that the price ot wheat n Canada has declined one dollar, is o proof that It would not have de- Ined had Its sale, been under the ccn- of the wheat board. It has de- inod equally or more In the United tales. This decline Is not due to the ict that a hoard Is not handling the beat, but is a result of the supply of heat iu Canada at present exceeding IB demand. It is not-.sound reason- ng to say that it has declined because 10 wheat board'is not'han61ing EXTENDING C.P.R. WORKS WOPE FAMILY AGAIN HAS PUBLICITY BY ACTION FOR DIVORCE KANSAS CITY, Oct. Charging xtrenic cruelty and. violence, >ancea Swopo Ilj'de, wife of Dr. -B. lark Hyde, who was three Jimes tried n a charge o! murder in connection the death of.Mrs. Hyde's uncle, "houias H. millionaire philan- tironist, Saturday filed suit for di- orco from In her petition Mrs. Hyde asks for he custody of a son sis years old nd a daughter 4. The petition-asserts hat Dr. Hyde is hot financially able o care for the children and Is not a Jl person to have charge of them. Mrs. Hyde, tha rpetition states, is financially able to, care for the. chil- ren. Statistics show that in the U. S. automobiles-are killing humans at the rate of one eveiy So minutes. Are Our Best Friends Women, as everyone knows, are the greatest'critics of food. 'Naturally so, because they know food and its preparation: We welcome their criti- cism, but fortunately .we have been showered-with favorable and largely by women. Let us con- vince you'.as. we have hundreds of others. KTDFDV' 1KKDI 606 3RD AVE. SOUTH In order to apted up on the con- struction ot equipment required for, the rapidly expanding traffic on tho, Canadian Pacific Railway, large tensions are being made at tho Angus I Shops In Montreal, which are already! tbe most elaborate and comprehen-' sire of their kind on this Continent., These extensions will cover a quar-; ler of a. million square feVt and !expected to cost approximately million'dollars. The largest addl-i tifm will be made.to the amounting to square' over square feet' Iwill be added to' the locomotive 'shops, and to. the freight car Tlie following'are the de- tailed particulars' of the extensions IXHUnotiTe eilenskms Locomotive Shpp'wlll consist. of an" addition each :end tho present shop additional sqnarSifeet. Tho 'will be steel frame, con- crete foundation, brick wails, Mastlo .floor irlll be placed on the west end I extension wd wood block floor en In end eTUnakM- ibop 1; to be used t running shed, and for tils jiu with mill type cmoke Jacks will U.lMUlltd. All of the oty- will X constructed in wood as neUt ka< toned (o deteriorate Tery rftpMlJi SVQV IOD Bill TentlUtors will utd tiroujbout this shop, FnteU ot an txteiwioa to tb< present bulldlag at the end, 106 feet wide by 400 Int long, giving addrtlonal floor feet. will steel frame, con- erete founJation, brick wall, nood Boor roof to present Ihuildlng, This thop will fee the wssl end V6 feet, knd will be BO feet in width, and Is a ItbreWloor fireproof bnildlns. The iSiutnicUon will be steel frame, con- RwndaUon. brick walls, etccl root 1 sod 3; roirt.