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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HemW VOLUME III. OCTOBER 18, 1'Jl'J NUMIJKll 200 PARIS, Oct. Mowing notice-was posted in ihe bourse this afternoon: "Official; Prtrograd has heen taken." MONDAY'S ELECTION IN ONTARIO PROMISES TO BE A MEMORABLE ONE; General Election Campaign Winds Up.Today hut Liquor Fight on Tomorrow Liberals and Farmers Hope That Combined Opposition Will Defeat Tories Aclivilics of Soldiers, Farmers and Women Makes Result Very Doubtful TOHON'TO. Oci. prom IECS lo be a day of vigorous cam pa i RII Ing Lh rough out lhc yriiviuco of Ontario, as reault of Ihc ticliV part many church orpanlzallons arc taking In Ihc Onlarlo Temperance Act referendum, whlci; will lie n d'reci Issue for the ptoplo lo decide at Llie boctiha on next Monday, when 1 they vole nt the same time In lhc general elections fur (he Ontario legis- Jeture. The churches, having adopt- ed ihc referendum questions GS a jiioral.Jssue, a. largo miniber of HID .church services will be nlong Hint line. i In addil'on, tlierc will .oe ninny pub- lic inceLinga also advocating Lhc 'Tour noes" on the referendum ballot, in Ihe cfforl.lo "keep Ontario dry." On lhc whole, lhc anU-prohlbllion leaders, parv tScuIarly the brunches of the Citizens1 Liberty League nt various pofuts also carry on. ciimpaign with several loinorrow. Bolh Eldcs tbls inorrilnK express ibe grealesL confidence in their prospects ol "sac- ccs3, v.'; '_ Over In-regard to" tbc gc'roral'-clecLlons the campaign" will be prAcLlcaUy clos-id l 'TV-'-.. Sir aiwr II. 1L- DcwATt, K.C., leader or the ulflclal opposition, wtil speak in ihclr ridlnKs, Saull Ste. and Smlibweal Toronto, reapccllrcly.'anfl there will be tnaiiy oilier clercnth-libur meetings of the cauflitlates o[ all llic various give their final ar- eumcfits. Campaign managers of "Coiiifervatlvca. Liberals anil United ;Farmers of Ontflrio cxpresa .saliafnc- lion'wlLli the. prospecla of election day. -.Though neilher Liberal nor United 'Fnrinerii of Ontario, prominent men cxpecl id ublaiu Lhe election ot sufficient, members- lo oust Ihe Con- servation government directly, (hey do boue Tor {i combination opposition and Independciit vote Lhat will make the government tenure of office very short after .Monday Js ciptcied to be- one of jibe busiest election days In the his tovy ol Ontario. Lhe referendum, tile women's vole, the iictiritlcs of: tbe relumed soldiers and It Is i anticipated Ibnt tbe election day of! --.October 20, 1019, will be made a mem- orable one In lhc history of the prov- Incc. "Veterans Clasb 1VIXDSOI1, Onlv Oct. that the neLloii ol a1 number ol CircaL War Veterans of the bonier command in telegraphing nn appeal lo every command ift the province o[ Ontario ID use ils influence ngainst the gov- ernment in.the lorihcomlpg' elections Is -plunging lhc .association into poll- 'tics, in contravention, of Ihc constt- Uillou of llic a33pclalipn, a commlllec of llio mcinbcrs.oC tlio border cities command [otlaj; passcil a resolution condemning tills nclloji. Cojilca of lhc resolution, cp- peals In llic Volcraug of Ontario to Ignore the Tciiueat or the ffirmer tti them, -ivcrc tcJc- praphcd to every command In Ibo province. BRANTFORD MINISTERS SCRAP OVER PROHIBITION nilANTFOHp. Onl., Oct. 18. Rrantford MinEslerial As- Edclatioii Las been Informed Ihc Anglican clergy belonging (hereto will withdraw from the alliance unless Her. Ilobcrt While rea'gns from the same. Trre acLion follows resenLment or certain remarks- saJrJ to have been made by Rev. Mr. Ytfiito in a sermon oh Sunday last in which he referrcfl to the rectors of St. Jude's Grace churches in the city. Tho sub- ject of discussion was lhc ref- erendum. ONTARIO "DRYS" CLAIM MONDAY REFERENDUM WILL RESULT IN BIG FOR THEM TORONTO, going to have an overwhelming said Dr. Gray, vice-president o} the referendum committee. "That is a certainty. I have the fullest reasons to know (hat we will gain a definite vic- he added. 5 Lieut Maynafd, living __ Parson, Wins Air perby; Ten Lives Lost so Far (RUSSIAN CAPITAL, IFNOT ALREADY TAKEN WILL BE IN ANTI -SOVIET POSSESSION IN A VERYFEW DAYS ____________________________. No Confirmation of Rumor That Bolsheviki Defenders HaVe Capitulated 01 Forces Within Shelling Flag Floats Over Kronsladt Fearful of Von der Gollz' Intentions and Mission Leaves for Baltic Provinces. MINEOLA. .N. Y., IlclvJnAV. Mavnartl, vic- Murder Mystery Manitoba Capital WJNNIPEG, Oct. J. De who was attached to the military intelligence department during the war, was found at 1.30 this morning shot through the heart and it he was .murdered. .He was about 25 year! old and since leaving the militia had conducted a small confection- ery store In front of which his body, was found. Robbery appar- 'ently was'riot the motive lor the crime 'as was" on his person. Authorities incline- li> the.view that De forge 'was the 'vie loin, of revenge and that two men. collaborated the, assassination, one stationing himself farther finish tlic joti JMJib other's nim proved faulty.' bid lieliind a fence.' Revenge nn Hie part of some aliens mixed up in "the recent sympathetic .strike J3 a (dc city half, ii being pointed out that Deterge worked at Ihe city hall con- stantly during (he stride; engineered raids on suspicious Igniting places in Ihc foreign wns rcspona- Iblo for many arrests of .participant.1; In strike illsorders._ Internment camp records are being searched ascer- tain If any of captives hntl recently been released. The where- nbouls or two tncji.'NJck Temrbik am] 'Steve Grnschnk1, Is liclng Investigated. WASHINGTON1 SAYS BRITAIN LEADJWC IN AERONAUTICS WASHINGTON, Oct. Britain Is more headway than any natfofTin'promotlng avia- Assistant SccreUry of War Crowd I yesterday the senate rntlitary committee In Eupporllng the new bill for the establishment of a teparate department of aero- nautics. DUBLIN, Oct. secret con rciilloii of the Sinn Fein held here this week besides re-clccltntpKamofin de Vale'ra president of the organiza- tion, chose these cither olflcerS'. Vtcenrjjsfdcnts: Arthur arllfflh and Father s Honor.iry secretaries: .Arthur Slock and Harry Uolarid. llonornrr IreasUrcrfl: Mrs, Power and B. Dngan. Slock is In an English prison. Do- land fs wild DeTalera In (he United Slates. RENNER RESIGNS; GETS JOB AGAIN VIENNA, Oct. Austrian cabinet, headed by Dr.' Karl Hen- ner, resigned last night, but was reconstituted Immediately under Dr. Rcnner'as premier, wilh few Important changes.' lliciconlincril liiul return, liuidcd icrc at p.m. at thiV morn ing. Uia neit stop will bo Rock Island, Illinois. Orders" nOCHESTEH, N. Y.. Oct. cellation of the orders holding Lieut. -Maynard boro on account ot ground Tog at ningbamplon came soon after his arrival liere and lie lost but a minutes, lalting llic air Tor Umghamp- lon at a.m. ELECTION, BULLETINS MONDAY EVE. BINGHAMPTON, N.Y., Oct 18. arrived in Blnghamp- lon at 12.01 p.hi. .'_.-.. SMITH AT DES MOINES DES MOtNES, Iowa, Oct. Capt. Lowell H. Smith arrived at Herring field-from HocU -Island about 10.30 o'clock this morning., Maynard at Rochester ROCHESTER, X.Y, Maynard landed at Drillon ficld-Jai ihis morning. H is reported hat orders have been received from .lie control station'; "to j told Maynard bere, because ol ground Oct. L. Tog .conditions leading Iho western fliers 1 AX'-Sar-Ben fluid from Itea Moiues aj, departed lor next -.control FinisH r, MINrpLA, N.Y.. OcL i- the 142 aides of. LUe last night from ocean Another Flying Job CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. U. W. MHynard, the. "flying has received Borders, from the wa'r dfr parlzueJil to make a one-staii iliglit from Mineola lo San Diego immed- iately oil completion ot his present fliRht. he annoaJiced here. 'The roule _jdl] by Dallas, Texas, which Vill 1m Ihe slop. Smith'-at Omaha Maynard Leaves CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. B. W. MaynarJ, leader in the trans- cqntmpntal aerial, UuITBl ricrby, left here' lo.-cn route to'Min- epla. The weather ideal for (ly- Smith'on CHICAGO, Oct. Lowell [stage II. Smith started -on his 'westward flight. In llio Irans-cbntniental.air ra'cc o .1 speed of al- a minute. Several utcs tjcLr C he.. landed his plane was ('across the cloudless sky-in hrilliant sunshine of a per- fect ,'autumn day. The- first, persons to greet him" as lie stepped, from his fnnchlne nt the conclusion of Ins lits- tbric flight Vere "his wire and two who raced across Ihe TTeld, the frantic of the him- fed6 of spectators wno ivere marshall- ijaL a safe distance by special de alls .i'tfhe Hrat words uttered oy Meul. Maynafd when bo put hi a foot mother earth 'again were a generoua tribute N. K. Klein, his com- Transported Hundreds of Thous- on lhc ands of Soldiers By Land and Sea OTTAWA, Oci. valuTof the services rendered by iheVailway and of troops during Ihe war and in 'llieirj return home since the armistice is em-} Irlias'zcd in a report made, public hyri the minister ot. mlltlla. The. report "nJured-an.1 the 20 control sta- stales lhat lhc Canadian Pacific Rail- Between terminal points sawSJjsl u-aj- carried troops, Grand .B.'d lo as lllc dcrljy Tho grim spectre of doalh winged its tragic 'riight wiUi the transcontinenlnl air derby. TDTI lives had been the loll lo the time Lliiut- Maynard crossed the finishing line. Seven had died actually i" the coiilest and three in connect'on with ll. From New York to San Francisco Wcd planes wlirch were foreert o qr crastcfl lo lton irora.lho air. Many Tilers KING LIKELY TO GET SEAT BY ACCLAMATION CHAnLOTTETOWN'. P. F. I.. 4 Ocl. Sumraerslde Jour- 4 nal, government organ lor Prince county, eays today tbat there likely will be no opposl- 4 tton to on nomj Jnatlon day, neit'Monday. So-many Ontario people reside in'Letlibridge and Southern berta.irho are interested i" tiie re- sults of the Ontario elections on Monday- that Iba' Herald has ar- ranged Cor a jiomplelo bulletin Ecrvlce ,o4i Monday evening. .This Trill coniprjsc progress bulletins from.lje various constituencies, half hour summaries of Ihc sland- Inp and cverythlnK that goes to make up an ujj-to-the-m'inule elet- tion. service.'.'.The results or Ihc liuuor referendum will also covered in-the service. The. election in Ontario ii one ot-the most mlxcd-up. Hlffalrs m la .many years; the entrance of so TOBlly U, :K. O. .candidates an uncertainty, the Ilka of vhlch has attended no election ill. raa'riy 'years' past! In view decision of Alberta farmers to tn-, .te.r Hie political arena, tile On- tario election.results will be or neculljir interest to Alberta far- mers. biillclin.s Tvill-'bo received over 'the lleriilj'5 leased wire and will be posted on tfie bulletin hoards iri'froni'bf'tlie lleraHl of- fice.'.' Kor those who come down town, results wilrbe furnish- ed by telephone by calling 122n Acclamation for ftlr .Henry- 'on M6ndayf wai the la'it avail- nbfe'man In the lieftf, to hayp. for gettingn (ootliolil on Rn33t3n lerrlior'y. Tho 'blockade In form recopnlz'o'i by'All Iho "cucept Lhft tTnlltd only nrw fca'iiro nf the rercnl rotci (ninpi'lral? Is Ihnt Qftr- birrkflrtc <5I x. The unwMllncnePA of flornipriv lo comnly vftti thlg roaneat eTnlitnprf In somo nusr'fira oa mfiinlne tHnt she wfinlpd lo hfiln Qen; von dcr OpUz Biid'oiher loidera yrhp are krcnlnrj fhi tnrnioll, MArfGjiy GOK3 TO fiACflC PARIS. Orl. Don. llio French member o( tlifi Interallied corn- work. Dr. C6nilcll. chairman of the riran- don SCOOD! board, aald they would like lo pay bolter .salaries, but'the lion of where Iho money vras lo from ditLpirM them. In lo Her, J, George M'ller pointed out thai we hare money tor what we want to buy- 4 TODAY ROYAL'BANK'S 4 GOLDEN 4- OcU cd on October IS, 1S69, when It known aa ihc Merchants Hank N of tiafftex, Ihe .Royal flank of Canada today cole-' bralcs ii's golden' jubUfte, ;