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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAIJ) ttbe Xctbbribge "fceralfc aibccta DAILY AND WEEKLY -Prewritten and THE LETH8RIOCE HERALD .PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED tt6 StreefSovlh, I'.'.'1.. .W.-'A.': BUCHANAN fretlteal Managing Director John Terrance Manager Ktmcer Audit bureau ot I'lrcnutlons. SubecrlpUon Hs'.es- Diily, Delivered, pet WWE J .35 oy mail, per year 800 Daily, by mall, far 6 rnontit 1 35 Dally, by mall, 3 months a.60 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.30 by maJl, per year to tl.R; THE CASE OF THE REFINERS Sugar refiners are In consultation' With the Government on thB.m'a'tter of; preventing the dumping Canada by Invoking the afd anti-dumping clause in tKe-Gustoms Act Tho action of You QUESTIONS 1. Whit Js.the bacardle! ValkyriesT; Who "was named "Corporal ,1..' Who were (ha Janissaries? 5. What U'the orisiti of S. What Is "J-'jild'ler's 'Greeu'1? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is an 2. Whea did Nova Scotia change its name from Acadiat 3. Why was It called Acadia? 4. Whit Is a Earmedda's Ke.isl. 5. WIio were tbe Cabiri? What is the "Equation of time t Coa Up tied from Front Pare I jailon. Tie problems of farmlnj these hu toward adjourned at mld-aflernoon! teaching of- Irish. language an-1 without receiving any communication W'tory, In school! from. the., government. The'delegates 18706 house alloiAnce and J3J5 bonua to and {800 allowance. Dr, Darwin, who Is superintendent In Eng- land, Is included. t_- 1 Oscar Landon, a leading farmer of I Leeds, is "mentioned as a likely Farm- I era' candidate at the nest general I election Ip that ridjns. He states [he has been Bollclted, but as yet has IV. J.'Glbson, deau of Belleville I given no definite answer. He predict! physicians, died at Rochester, Minn, I that the riding will be. contested by a CohsetTallve, Uberal and party candl- .0 to fill tbe vacancy caused by the resignation ot Wouldn't Teach Irish Language Battle At -Duninanway wlll'-meet again tomorroTv to 'make final arrangements for the strike. The triple alliance, the rallwaymen, transport wtfrkefs and miners.'prob- ably will "meet Immediately and ;it'Is expected; the or joins otHer trade union vrlllinake efforts to set'lip mediation machinery. The action of the. miners' came, as a great snf'prlse as .11 was generally an- ticipated- that they would again'sus- pend the notices. iji'i v. Radio advices Stuek, who headed the first party to scale the summit of Mount llcIUnley, died at Fort Sunday from pneu- rnonia following paralysis. A >iot Battle Oct. hot battle was waged early this morning at Dumnan- Cork, where 60 armed lie- publicans rhade a determined attack police, barracks which were de- fended by 28 ''Bldck-'and Tans" and three members police force. The attacking party used'Orearms and bombs. ccntlnued'an hour, end ofrvrhlch limaahe assail- ants" of th'e barracks had'been driven' One of the defending constables was wounded. The casualties of the lugtorce, jf any, are.npt known.. Rein- forcements were rushed', up for ISe police as the result, of a wireless call, but tbe attacking hand had already left when the fresh contingent arrived. of clergymen, the scarcity of students (or toly orders, oud the meagre remuneration which Is now being paid on the. Anglican orders, tbe Church, of England faces real danger 'of lapsing Into luefll- clency, according lo the views vex- preseed at the sesiion of the eccles- iastical, province of at Winnipeg.: r Your Children On a "cheap'' will never'Icarp or play perfectly. Yo'u'ni little we ask for Mason RIsch lasts a lifetime. 'Easy-terms of pftyment and 'factory to Home" prices. The Bitmonl Block Home ot tht Herald's story competi-iS a. pricing lion' In 1 IIow to' meet tho high cost of liv- ing.) VAsk Lord Mayor MacSwIney. It rlpes seem incongruous to ask a name ot Wrangcl lo agree to peace terms. Provincial autonomy in the regulat- ing o( the liquor traffic Is what the prohibition referendum aims at. With Ihe welcome he ID receiving Mr. Klng.appcars to be making a royal progress In keeping with his name. The decision 'of Increase in Ihe rail- way rales is hung up but, unfortunaie- suspended. .In spile.ot rumors Ihe result ol the Illord election in Great Britain shows that Lloyd deorgo is still as popular as he The question of (ho dirt Meighen mean when ho spoke of ths' farmers-In connection with tho sedi- j prpatly the curity 'of tho bphd J- f Use 'The i Wilier In other .cases, and I would em- phbsizc .this .In Its cppilcDtion .to Southern Alberta, there hai-.bien a -delay, after the is avail- fble, .in bringing all the-land in tlis system under production. "Failure to use Irrigated areas quickly, means nny declared'Hen. F. _E, Benson, fcrmrcr' commiEsTcner of agriculiure for the slate-c-f Wash- inrjicn, and now a member of the state reclamation .board, This aimply means that, in the case of the Lcthbridrje Northern, ence the water Is available for the 120.0M acres, the water must, be applied to all the land; forty or'fifty per csnt. of the land "cannot be ex- pecUtl to care of-the whole cost of the scheme. ThU failure to rrnke lift of the water at the start spelled Initial failure for more tlian one in the Unit- ed Stales. The difficulty' been righted eventually, but II was only after non-producing 'land was watered nnd'made to Small Farms Rest'- Tn line w th this Is the con- clusion (hat tho form Is a In" those "If there has beeri a qiirjslion In thbj minds of some people as to whether the Melgben administration Is trying to serve the best, interests of.our eight million population, r or Is subservient to a group of money mad: profiteers, (hat que'sllon has; now received its answer. "By its action, llie. government has shown how little perception It has of of the slate of public-feeling, 'if It imaqipes that a.rteol.of this flagrant character can be perpetrated against the mass of ttip'people of Canada out arousing a storm of Indignation It Is duo for a rude, awakening." St. John Likes (t ST. JOHN', rJ. B., Is the oplninn of engaged in the sugar Industry here that the government ac- tion In problbllln? the Importation ot refined sugar until the end of the year and the fixing of a price will con- tribute greatly to the r61iet of a ser- In which some of the wholoprilRra were able: tn tm'Trrcoll the refiners, ft Is :not known how long-Iho Atlantic- Sugar Henneries': here will be Idle hut operations will I be resumed as soon as. the market) conditions warrant. of the six hundred employees expect to be Idle about a month. r Hostility at :Moiitreal MONTREAL, Oct. hostil- ity wns shown this morning by'some local siig.'tr brokers to the order of the ii rs o rer o Waahlnelon ot Comn, p Sir Sam Hushes Is to bring In a moHon at the next session ot Parlia- ment that all parts of tho British Em- pire, should bo given representation In the Imperial Parliament, Possibly Sir Sam Is looking for the opportunity to set the Empire right In the rolo of. representative for tho Dominion lo which, should his motion carry, lie hopes lo be If there Is any validity to Iho clolm made for damages'against Ihe Toronto streel railways, berauso two production warrants !ho higher ruling prices of lands. In my whole trip I did not once of an Irrigation had been flbanrl.jned. project which fn many cases I hoard of poorly conceived systems on which thore had to be ft great deal raoro n'oney expended than had bcon passengers Insulted iho claimants estimated, bul oven these districts and tho land loday started a scufllo in which one of n (lelvl thail the was holding ,ho street railway responalhle for tho rrolectlon Irrigation of passengers from Insults anil at- And In.a country whera Inrt'Horis'of tacks, Commissioner Freeman will I constables. They will thus havo a tension. go- running license to ar-.-iist and sun- acres WQtv, dry who disturb Ihe peace hrlnglnx ItsUolnl ia Seres', and Montana in ,rXV> haby It Is his opinion that Is needed Is a Royal commission lo go Inlo the sltuallon thoroughly and settle mat- ters once and tor alh Just Think of Detroit TfinONTO, Oct. are local prices of sugar today: Toronto 10 to 20 cents; Montreal 20 cents; Windsor 20 cents; Detroit 11 to 12 cents; llranlfonl four and half pounds for Winninei? 2! cenls, Compared With Wheat SASKATOON, Oct. the pub- lie Interest, the Hoard'of Commerce has given the sugar rdnners n strangle hold on the public, says the toon Dally Star. It comments nnfayorr ably contrast bctw.eep the treat- ment, accorded tho sugar refiners anil that the farmers, In Ihelr plea for ro-eslabltshmcnt' Wheat ltn--t rA are the best expression of your personal- immediate basis on which you are judged, Choose them with care and judgment You can make no mistake in buying 20th Century Brand .1 Sold Exclusively by MEN'S SHOP ON THE CORNER ;