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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xm. AIJKRf A, SATURDAY, O'CtOBEft 16, 1920 NUMBER 26t ners Jobs 'Lloyd George Declares Miners Refusing All Concessions and Aim To Get What They Want By Railway and Transport Workers Will Join in Strike Meets Tuesday and Some Hope Situa- tion Will Be Solved Made to Meet Greatest Emergency Britain Ever Faced. LONDON, Oct. Welsh coat miners quit their work this afternoon .llwlthout engaging in 'any demonstrations. Reports In- dicated ho incidents accompanied the. departure of the men from .the mines 1 LONDON Oct tor tho great industrial struggle pre- cipitated, by-the decision ;0f the Bri- tish coal miners to cease-work went forward todn The-ninchn 'cry to crisis .was. working smoothly'at-.full speed. The miners for their part vere equ-xlly active ,SOrae pf then! notably in Derbyshire had work-at-lhc end-of their shifts. S.ud To Be the Pope's Interpretation of -Attitude' i hunger Oct Terence Mac lord of Cork on a hun ger Btnte, was reported by tho Brlx ton prison doctor this morning as ing passed 'a fairl} good night, stys a bulletin issued bv the Irish Self Determination League on the lord majors condition This was the 6oth 'day of "the lord 'mayor's hunger strike. He was much brighter this morning, the" bulletin adds, "but remain's in a condition of inflnitp weakness The local shipyards along the Tees will be kept going however, for i few days From-Sheffie'd comes tho report that while some ot the big factories have supplies of- coal-sufficient-for thres weeks the stnple trades will bo ira mediately affected as Hie average sup plv ot coal is sufficient'1 for only one week. At time estimated there willsbe eighty tlous aid steel iron engineers, cutler} and electro plate workers idle On side, ocean "liners Imvo been instructed 16-'obtain bunk or coal from abroid as much as pos siblc. Reports from Liverpool; stato that while this the holdup of.shipping will less serious anil much disquietude is felt there, Premier Lloyd George tpday address ed a message lo, the nation with, -e- gar conserve space for carry- lug foodstuffs'. liners, Ar.ti to the carrying "oilV of.. ns tKey are Intended Bnly, tor, pnVsenger seK vlco have, llttld. carg'o 'space. (Con tl nu Od a KHW1ORK Oct ccononlv wave dial lias started downward-trend in manyunduslrics.-ia the-United States now has slrnck.tha theatre and tho "S. 0.' fixture In most theatres since, the relegated Ho-tlie heap of the 'scenery' and growing list'of producers said'ted ay. "The" -end of.' the unprecedented boom In. the Uieatre appears to'-havc said Sain Harris, president 'of thp. Producing Managers' asspcjajfon, Of 44 attractions now-playing first-class theatres here, 16, learned been 'compelled 1p resort to cut rate ticket agetic 03 In an effort to dispose of seats An official pf the actors' i estimated that three thousand or about 60 per cent, ot tho city's en lire roll of actors, were "at liberty' and one producer estimated the' pro- ducers': losses in recent, weeks Closer spending ou the part-of ;thp public, together with increased; mil road rates 'whjeh'nmke transportation of road companies .more txpenatvi wero given as the principal causes o: theatrical slumps. xnecled -Probably considered bat, with tho primaries over, it was all over taut the at any Canadians daring the last month before election seem, to make a jnore noise about it than do our cou-j iins south 'of tho line, Who'iii going to win? Harding Will Win doesn't seem, to be very much doubt on that score They re betting anything from two lo one lo one that Harding will be.the neit president Its Republican is the slogan of the Republicans fmd they seem to be putting over ts great, the way they have the roo- tle cohvinced that its filing to be a [iepuhllcan landslide It "ia hinted hat the Republicans -spent ft lot: of no.ney giving publicity ;Jp the slogan, so doing they create 1 an at mosphere of wiu vhich has had a psvchologlcal cfiect thai is enormous Then wo they re great on straw across the. line. A. town that hasn't had'a'straw vote of the way the electors are -going to' their bal lots isn't on the map Quito recently a great life insurance companv coii> PiJtS BLAME ON MEDICAL MEN Should Have Diagnosed Causes of Auckland Geddes Says So. PHIL-ADELl'iili; Ocl. Sir Auckland Ceddce, the Brit- ish ambassador to life United States, told the' members of the :Medical Club hero last night thai-tie present unrest the world to phy- sical uneasiness ana to the "rivln'ss of radical agita tors." "1 believe thai-in said, "where 'conditions are hundredfold wore intense than they are with the medical profession not through any ylco but through careless ness and from a 'lack of con Btruclive failed to foresee and waru the govern inent of conditions that would inevitably, follow. Only an Hoar Away From Van co Fog B Oct.; 18 The trans-Canada feline viihlcn left' here at on account of fog. j. ct com- faeturlng concern with retail sluree every town was taking a vote posting results of thollocal and national daily This waS about two to one Harding.. ZSo_iOeems Jimmy Cox was going to rlin second best this the leading lopiiblicans is causing fionio wavering in the ranks It is! oplniom among night should bo completed in less tlm .ublicans is causing an hour today this.; split: in opinion that is keeping ihe-leagae-of-naliohs issue to tho tore in but most'ot the dls- in' the campaign, speeches" and in'.the newspapers. The ordinary', man on tho street Isn t talk- ing about It One can t even get uii in IFODtlrded on page Four I )idn'l Talk About the People Most Con- cerned .IBERAL CANDIDATE IN CRITICAL MOOD STArTORUVILLE, Declaring that he was chosen at a onvention called by S. Si'McDermand iio present-United Farmers of Ontario andidate and that bince that time Ir. McDermand had been "caiolerdand -manipulated" to assist the Conserya- Ive partv in keeping together the cites of the 1917 adding that, he premier.had mis-staled everything' n his address at Tuesdav, W G Cbarllon the Liberal candidate in-the East-Elgiu.election, tpenl 'some time 'last night in.' a' leng- ,hy address of reply to that of Prem- er Meighen _ I count it one of the most esteemed irivileges.lp stand befpre_the'. electors East-Elgin once moro and.asktypur' 'It is the more prized hecansp ot the gallant 'and unselfish support ou gave mo In declared Mr Charlton in opening his remarks ,.In he 1917 campaign ho said, every vestige of fair dealing was absenl Tom the government of Canada 'It is perhaps presumption on part of an> private citl'en to o: crtlclsm of a speech jnade the chief statesman of tjie country, "but it I1? the privilege ot a'l electors" and lh.3 Cutv of any feel them leKcs qualified lo PersonalH, I do not feeljany back wai-dnejs in undertaking (featiak ,51 Is not a difficult one The, Wisdom 5T Mr Mejgoen was been developed IMriQHglthti.KgnsM wheat grbwerB and wheat dealers. "Almost lipph tho reopening of tho-Chlcago Board-Of Trado tho wheat lost its natural stubltitv and began to manifest 'tho fluctuations which cliaracterfzed a manipulated n-arhel The dealers in options, using Canadian wheat they had bomht, have driven down Hie in tha and scored tho most sensational de dine since thewnf, "The preilcfent lias no to establish i Uifferentlal Tho qiily thing ho can do l-v to Imeatlg.ito thoroughly tie gambling on the Board of Trade and brlug such ns l< possible ;