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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE f.F.nmmnoK DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY, Or.TODEU Hi, SfJUIS DEFEAT Basketball Season Gels Away With a Players Show Up Well Thu lid wa? certainly pried olt nitb A vengeance when tbe baskecfiillars clashed In the initial earner of tbe cl'.y league, lail nlphl, and from the way tbe boys Trent at il, ihey must bsve thctUKht ihey were openeins something Rlronger than a keg of two per cent. The first game, staged by the Mon- ircna and Sura, was tbe best and fomo rery pretty work was pulled off. Thu stars especially displayed real class and time after time. Ridrulh and Green featured in fine combination play. Hldpath was Ihe star basiet shoot- er ol Ine evening, paining eleven field team was also tbere with Ihe goods beloff will. and you viU ihe sins-1 ins and brawl goios oa into EIHUH i hours oC Ihe- nieiit made-' hideous by ihe wail of the down ami outeis. .Men do IIPI drink because Itoy lltoi Uquor, In iho lirai plate. They never do; it has an obnoxious odor anil a disagreeable tis'.t. but it is a social custom, u sign ol JiNcralily, a free- hearted he is noi a tighiwjj. U heirs to drive a bargain, and above all the or prodi lo the manufacturer. Sbal1- civilisation SIPI> tuckiverd to ilie upon Mr. 5ha.ll we look as-im at ihe s.iloon keeper anJ ib.? bar lender as bis n barrel and lull of soakcs? So, iK-ver' Let us fight the good fight, lei us destroy that brand of personal 1'beny [hat enslaved our weaker brother unJ Uiai lilts our jails and our There is stiJl another picture [p tool; at. Society ha? built for its accommo- dation jails in which mmlnils aro confined. Now who ore these nals? From whence do they corns? Is socEelr dcliniueDt in its manage- ment of conditions surround'cs our growiiiff iKipulaiJon? Why is a certain percentage o! Ihe human ''ariily tle.nin- ed lo occupy these Iree apariruents ol our homes for crlnvnals. Xo child wants lo go ihere. All are nmbitious, desiring 10 fill the better and snore useful occupations in life. is-to blame? Is It the parears? Is It our I officials administering public affairs? (ranisDl leJl the cause; ii may be noa- enfurceraent of law. It may bs our fail- ure to brand or osiraclzn tbe grafter and l r breaker. We only feimw that and tallied nine neit high man. The work of toe Monarch was good bul Ihey were compel Ely outclassed J rill the ranks of tbc umler- by tae Stars, especially in tho second Id Criminal statistics, however. 17ilnp v K ibal tew schotA childreu centre had hard luck in ihootlDB all I enlef t-Qp class. We through the same. Gco lh CT school Iilled wilh and Snow for iSo Stars did very ef-' fecllvc defense work and stopped the of the Monarchs at several ilages-when they threatened. Tae followins score tella (he taJo: Fo'jls P. Irwin. c 1 H. Hudson, r.f O Judce, l.g 0 C. Wellington. U 0 G, Glllcsple, r.g. ____ 0 TolSl G. McKillop. c Ridpath, l.f A. Green, rj. O. Snow, l.g A. Weslley. rg .Total F.B. F.B. -1 11 9 1 0 Pts. 11 55 Bolsficvlkt Trimmed The second ?ame between the Bol- shies and tbe Shamrocks although not a3 good as.the first game, was cer- tainly more sicit'jig for tho teams were more evenly matched. Tbe Shabirocts showed' nneipecled sifenslh an'd in a. whirlwind finish DOS- ed out their opponents'. L. Jrwin was ID great form lor the SbamrocVs and was their principal basnet getter. Irish Kane was -wortiog OTerlJce too and made several seem- ingly Impossible ahoU. Geo. Young shone, ajlliough .hay- ing some hard luck in snooting. Sev plavers, nhowed acd with .rnore_pracr account of liein- ''lelyej, Fouls F.B." Kane, lg. 1 3 Ij. Irffln, r-f. 5' 4.' T- Scott. r.T. 1 3 B. Siuvlb, r.g. 2od half 0 1 B. Hardr, r.g. 1st half Q 1 P. Harrer. a. 0 1 ToUl.............. L Foula G. Young, c......... 1 G. ilorrlson, r.1...... 0 S. Holt. 0 A. McIlTcna. Lg...... 1 0 F.B. 6 0 4 Z 0 Total People's Forum THE PROHIBITION QUESTION Sprlcg Coulee, Alia., OcL 13 Editor Herald: Sir: Since the .close of the -war are continually reading articles ad vocal In E; changes ol Lhe lawa legulaL log lie sale of liquor. A few ol good people are terrlhly cut up abou Ihe fact (bat 60 or SO per cent of tbe people are law brsaKers. It may be a debatable question aa to trb ether 5 per cent or 60 per cent or 30 per cen law breaken. Within my own vision-are's few men of quesllonabl character, perhaps threa or fife pe cent, who bel'ere they are makfn profit br unlawfallv seMIog a few hollies of liquor to a Tew people wh delight Jo believing tbe? are doln something smart when they can ge contrary- to law. There hi.v been blind pfggers ID every prohlbltlo community for man? -years. Lot u look back over a period oC year a a Ibe careers o[ these msn. Where ar 'Have (her prospered? No one; In the words of the. psalmist, n not one. ID a abort time the? be coin the" outcasts of tba community. Th law's of gravitation put lliem at iti very bottom ot Ine social scale. On account of tbe great oece of walr. production, many foun 11 neceiaarr to go (o a prohlbltlo basis to save grain Cor food and employ man power on producLlon looil, clotblog and munitions nece iary (o save democracy, to iave Ube if. to save ourfclvea from bondage the Huns. We go about Lhe elites ot Car.a, intl the prohibition, slates 'and m arc employed anrf'prosperooi, chlfd'r are clothed' add fed, and In schoo We are not constantly looking latobna filled with drunken -men an are no more, compelled (o listen street brawls find to pats through t! smottfnp cars of Our own Using fJI! -with buC weah-mlnrti men with their. bottl and ttolr full of .bodzs, ling on.tbal surd, road Go back irltn me (o 1907, the tlm of the op an tiar, and get A room ove the bar'fn'd hold In Lelhbridgc, Hlg RIvBr, 'CalgarX. Edmonton, Stone Wtin other place vhorevcr yo owiug children, ihe pride o: ouri mes. of our community, ol our na- n, a certain percentage will go tray, us proceed to select one, I which are all nlibe, allhy, strong, beautilul specimens, mewhat mUchevioas, generous lo a till, ihere is little difference. Some e proficient in one line of thought wort, some In another. We are izzled, we fcnow not which to select, e will consult the parents but cer- inlr the parents have no re- uil for the crimlual class. But cretr must bare a victim. We ivrll raw by lot; ihe rictlm is that beaull- bright-faced, generous promlsiug the distiller's son. Certainly (his nnot be, thi.i sacrivice must nni, be ade. But society demands ils victim, ciety has allowed this 'vulture, the to stalk about the land, and clety must pay its price, a child ust die. Doirn (a the a lives have gone out, vjctims of ose awful diseases of tbe under- orld, and recruits must be had M'e .11 select by lot. This lime, i, horrors! it Is that beautiful swcet- ced child, the mayor's danEbler. It annot, It must not, fte but society ust bare its victim. Tbe mayor Las aid that society must have the re- ricleiJ district under regulation, and oiJely. pay Its awful debt There-Is not one family.In all this arth ill at can absolutely certain lat J( will some" lime, in some y.ppa'y its share; tor oar failure" to obr God-given duly io man. he followers ot Cbrjit forget Iheir enominatioriRl riltrerencej and work or a better world. H. A. 'WALTER. .ENSATIONAL MURDER CASE; NUN WAS KILLED BY UNKNOWN WOMAN Mien.. Oct. Farther esttmoay that Sister Mary John, tbe un who raysterloualy disappeared rom the convent at lllcbl an, where was a teacher In 1907 as killed by an unnamed woman ant iat Ihe body was buried under floly acred cnurcli at Isadore, wag given eelerday at tbd tria; of Mrs. Stanls- awa Lipchinskl on a charge ot mur erlng the nan. The witnesses were 'alher JoEeph Lempke, father conTfra or, and Sister Mary Anlonia, slste upcrlcr, ot the FeEfcIan convent, De- roll. HOLD-UP CASE PROCEEDING QUEBEC, Oct. preliminary nyesiigatlon egalost J. E- D connection with the holdup of the Ocean Limited was concluded yester lay afternoon in (be court of staslon Before Judge Langeller and hearing :egan ot tbe evidence against J. E the laat of tbe accused trio 'he evidence was the eame as already brought out In case Topping and preliminary proceeding will be concluded llila afternoon. FIRE IN COAST LUMBER MILL VANCOUVER, Oct. las night practically destroyed the plnn ot the BritlFh Columbia Fir anil Cert a Lumber Company rcJth a loss estimated at OTEF The mill was burned to Ihe piling on which II waa creel- ed and the flames marie ashes of the dry kllna and jards and llcfcad up feel of lumber. "Nothing Grows There" "Over bv 3frclu4ry AVood Ihero was a Mg U was a bmiftro ol ihsl brown, lusscc-ky grass which bigh over alt vhcro grofl'. I ilu'ni, ill itie years the war; iinj brouglil hick Die liuie >vhen lhai saino [ilaeo wii ravaged Germ.ML Olherwiie Ihe wide visU o( bjUlcflPlJi, iKjjnJoJ by the purple tiate on f-ir thai of Messiuci anil Kemmel Hill, was Iramiliil aod with nolblns flir-. Earl Marshall, a St. Thomas auto dealer, was arrtslej on a charge ol fraud. rins but a few human antj prowl- ing iu old place a of strife. "This long wiJe tell of Han- ders is a wound tbal reuuins uu- healod. airJ the farlh Is bnindel bj- thu mark of Cain. Nothing groivs Ihere. There are po leaf pprouls on the stumps ot ihe tiees that rlsa tljeously out of the rigid waves or shell holes. The lanj Is blasted where the (rail of war passed over it and It Is slill or.e vasl desert, haunted by Innuiuerablo ghosls. So writes Pblllp Gibbi from Ypros, Ko'.hlug therel liow iltrTeront from Canada! Civnadlana havo seen no other fli'Us but our .ituil- icj; cannot ImAglno Iho grisly desolation of, those awful wasted. NothhiK grows (herel And yet. though at homo our fields hive yielded a rich WcssoJ anJ la Iu our hard of war still haus above Though oar boys war preserv- ed for us Ifcat wo might pee them analn and praiso Cod that they aro thoUEh our boya long ago left Sanct- uary Wood, ami Keinuiell and Passrh- eudacls, acj all those other grim, grey places about Vpres far belaud, we of Canada are not finished wilL tho war. War lias left us many bills to meet. And we cau meet our bills. VVar'a I destroying nmclies ravageil no I lug Canadlau flclds so thiit "uollilns j grnwa there." AnJ loijay. while we speak-our thauks, let iu make resolve Hut our Btora of savings bo Juki Ihe coffers of our country, as u J Joan lo victory, apj a measuro our er-UluJo that laud was not' v scarred by shell and charred by Oro. I Kev. Mr- Sctatter, Clieslnut I'.l.. has liaen oiipo'nted professof In I illie Kitchener Lutheran college, Tho Ceillral AlgoiM Agricultural1 v Soclely Sault Ste. Marie, had. i 'a record autnilnnce of over NEGOTIATING NOW FOR STRIKE SETTLEMENT IKWOON. Oct. In a.-- corduuce with tho ternu of tho railway slriku seltlcraenl agree- ment, tho luen'a executive has tntmleivcxl ihe premier ro- gardlUK tile resumutlou of negotiations. At Iho conclus- ion of the Interview, Mr. Thomai, labor leader, he was pleated with, the siilrll at the meeting and the. geiiuino deslro ol both sides lo reach a licroianeut settlement. r I- 4 ff 't v 30RE ARM; DROVE FORD Roiion Kerr Wai Failure Unlit This Year Oct. v