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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publlthtri THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tX (th South, Lithbrldge ___' _'- W. A. Buchanan Pre'tldint and Managing Director fehn Twrance Business Manage TELEPHONES Office 1252 Editorial Office------.......... wards Ihe claims o( Labor are cot e duped by such balderdash. It Is such eilrems statements ot extremists do the cause ol Lilor harm. They feei lo make Latpr the Ishmael o! with 1U hand agslnst every man outside labor, and CTCIT man's hand outside Labor againsl it. The view is a soured one with not a particle of fact 10 support IL The claims of Labor to belter con- ditions are iully sensed in these days of Intelligent concepllon ol things. It is Jurl this sympathetic altitude to- wards Labor on the part ol public, and this Includes all elements which the speaker enumerated be- ing against Labor, thai has helped Labor on Ita way. There may be em (Continued From Front Pate.) then picked up the bond and shoved II In his pocket. joins out, savins: 'You are awfully suspicious." From here he went toward the rail- way track entered the office ot the Slacer Lumber Co. ;inc manager vras oui In the yard. Here the doctor went through the till, tailnt stamps and a few dollars led iras In the lull die ol the Inner office when the man- ager entered, asking him what he wailed. He was holding the sUrapa in al5 fingers and said he hungry and wanted something to buy a meal At this tho manager asked him to drop Ihe stamps and come with him and he OB LETHKUDOB DAILT IPALn teraiied In lu Ihe elecllons and u far u moil of 'concerned, "four BOM" Independent opinion here ana the bftllnj (of which Ihere seems lo be llltle this mornlnr) il that Ine Con- servatlvt government of Sir William Meant viU be returned with a largely decreased majority, due mostly to Ihe Incursions of the United Farmers of Ontario. As to the referendum, the opinion Is conjlderably, mlied. It Is believed that Ihe lollng all over the province, will be general for the four 1yei" or four "no" and lhat the spec- ial ballot voter his teen In moat cast! won over to one side or the otter as the result ol tee conventions ol tho last week or two. Both sides of the prohibition Issue, eipress the Irealest confidence and the leaders MONDAY, OCTOnEn 20, 1019 buy him a. meaL He took him to a and Member AwJli Bureau of circulation .Subscription Riles: delivered, per week DallT, delivered, per year .....I'.15 1.50 plojars vfho be said lo be anlag- [onUl iq Laier. but. they a small examined tb' nd diminishing class. Happily, the enllmenl of Buch men as Mr. Johns Is not shared by others who have a right o call themselves Labor leaders. Tne canse of Labor Is worthily ad- [tally, by year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year......1 JVeekly, by mail, per year lo U.S..S.OO vanced by those who are engaged In t, but It Is abominable not by preaching the creed of clasi hatred. 1 Dales of eiplry of subscription ap- pear bally on address laheL AcMpt- uco ol papers alter esplralion date la our auShcrily lo continue tbe snb- acripUon. THE REFEREENDUM IN ONTARIO. Wlih the provincial election to-day IB Ontario goes tbe referendum on I prohrblUpn Question, and it is possible liat.the result .of.ihe former may ha colored by the view taken by the majority in the latter. It may also lint .the voles of the -women will "count :for much in the' prohibition; lhat it stands clear in com-' parlfbn [b the. various olhar Issues whlchr In the number and complexity b! various parties in tha field, do not maie It unythlng in the way of a. clear 'cut one as between two con-, tending parties. L .That the women's rote is reckoned ;Y0 cut some figure 'in the.' result of the Ontario elections may be gathered lie overtures made to them by the various parties. The chief appeal nade. to Ihe women is from senti- mental point. Whether the women this as a. compliment is an ppen Question. '-1. Labor candidates, we ni careful; to Tram tho wot There ts no reason why certain should constitute themstlvcs'the fountaias o! Irnlh and brand "all others as liars. The slann they late Is only a figment of fcn overwrought Imagination. _doctor 'e till and found .hat his money was cone. Ijnmedlate- .y he went back to' see Ihe doclor, Threatening lo hand him over to tha police. At this ha cry. and ;ave him back the money, telling him .bat his name TBS 'John Campbell, of all parties in the general elecllon ire likewise In hi Eh hopes' ot success The polls close-in over, tho prov 5 p.m.. ilandard'tlme. THE CROSS BENCHERS ihi PARLIAMENT. The enervations made by the Win- nipeg Free Press, that Ihe cross bench e'leincni in Parliament nnd In the elec- torate of the country Is to play a very in the.-'politics of'.the immediate fntnre ol Cauada; -whereas the ElBndpatjpafirsan has a constantly dimlnishfue.imppctan.ce. In the polit- ical schema of Is one wh.ich.has something more in it tian an incident- al remark.. Politics in Canada the process ot evolution nnd the standpatter ls Ihe limpet that stlcts to old shibboleths whose colors have' nin'ontln'lhe wash, from Alabama, U.S-V.; that he was and lo" go. From here the doctor went to the Empire, hotel, Watt came in. Tbe doctor vent Into the-hall. The .corisUbie followed 'Aim, and he ran street nnd toward Ihe C.P.R, depot.' the police following. The doclor turned and lired on Watt, who-called Ihe post- master, who was In his car, to assist him. and called on a second man lo help while he got his own car; 'hey fololwed him only a Ehorl dis- ance when tho doctor fired on the poslmsster, .then ran djwn the rail- way tracks, 'where he, rzftl.a boy with a bicycle. .Taking JhUi> Be rode down the i'ani some distance.'.then fried to cross the hid'in'a fieldi The car ngaln caine.In had his gua and was Ihe post- masler again, hadjVecured heavy arms and ordered Ihe doclor to throw up his hands'a'nd'he wojild not be he Troiild-he, blown He thrsw-'.np nls 'hands and.walked before'lhem to the" stock- yards, where they'icpt him'covered until the police came up, handculied him. and hroughf-hlrfl to lie-.iock-up. KIIJME, Oct Anniujilo has anpOnnced InaV. the -moil rigorous' marllal iaw'wlll be Invoked in dealing with persons P lA AICKED UP IN SSING rOH THE HOSV MAN Detroit police raided 11 alleged ;ambllng houses and made 231 ar- es Is. Murdock Stewart, aged 15. farmer ot Alton, twelve miles eoulb of Tniro ivas allied by a, train at a level cross Ing. Tp keep molortuen's hands warm in winter a Cincinnati Inventor has pateuied a wlre-lllled asbeslos pad, which can be connected to a car's cur- rent and Inserted in a glove. A'declaion at Brooklyn. N. Y.. Ihel a bartender who miies Intoxicat- ing drinks Is not guilty ol compllclly in Vlolallng tho dry law It the drink Is sold by the waiter. Inaugurating the service of the Pacific Steamship from England charged under the order-In council of ?17. relating to Income tax. Large numbers of rooms have been engaged trod Plllsburs" if leading New. York hotels, la many Instances reservations are mado by workmen who apparently Intend to take a va- cation during tho sleel slrlke. Clerks la 3.7000 drug stores in Great- er New York, Mho are threatening lo strike, demand recognition ot their union, an eight-hour day, for regis- tered pharmacists, 515 to 135 for llcansed clerks And Sundays off. After her fourth attempt to reach the U. S. from England as' a Blowa way hull failed, Elsie Wilson. !2, cu her hair short, dressed hcrsell lu sail or's clothes, and succeeded In arriv ing In New York as a coal passer. Gen. Sir Wolf Murray, who .was ap pointed chief of Ihe Imperial genera slaff in December, 19H, add who late held Ihe pbsl of coimnunuer-In-chle of tho eastern' command, died at hi home at Peebles, Scotland. The airplane of Lieut, D. II. Clsb ac entry In the army's Irans-conUneut- to South America via. Sew York, the al air derby, was completely wrecked iVnen It struck a building at the land in the mangling. process of modern progressive and reconstructive Ideas The Tile- Barnacles -ol old-time' pol suspected of being unfavorable -Ihe Flume cause. .Mcilco arrived in iNe.. York from London willi 169 passen-rers. An Akron, O., man Is .in a critical condition from poisoning, which turned his body brown. Doctors say II IB caused by -wearing tan shoes field al San Francisco, after a fllghl from Mlueola. N. Y. It was a Dchavilaiid four. Neither Lieut. Olsh nor his observer, Capt. DC Lavergne. Injured. llbuie' Prices." Aak about also easy payment plan. 3AVIDOVITCH CABINET TO REMAIN IN Horni ot th> BELGRADE, OcL The cabinet jf Llouba Davridovltch Is to remain n power, with the addition of crowd: deputy of DalraatJa, as vice-presldervl of the council and minister .without .portfolio. AL Serb-Croat-Slovcne delegation has left a view to creating a coal reservation io northern Alberta, coal mining rlghis have been withdrawn In regard to u district near the Junction ol the Muskeg and Smoky rivers. Th vrith drawing rniukaj rights Elates thai n very large failure to make returns as to bis Income, James A. McDonald, an Ol-iRwa.lbeatre manager, was fined ftjOO and'costs In tbe police court. He deposit of high grade coal on Dominion lands has been reported In Ihe district, 70 miles from railway communication, BUY NOW, WHY WAIT IF you're going to buy a Piano at all this wlUer, why not do It now? The long fall evenings are here helps make Ihem shoil and epjoyable. He euro you buy a MASON 4 RISCH Highest priced. Immense" output Gold through our own stores makei "Factory On being searched they found on the doclor two 150 blllsi. some small number of tools, such as nre used by site-blowers, the Victory bood and a large revolver.with'two-emptr icles are faces'at the present time br shells. These he had lired, ona at the the new element which has taken Us police and the other at lie postmafter. As the policeman appeared In' plain appeals, endeavor '''to UYe'away the' aentimeBt Irom' the ''appeal 'ol the supporters of th- Governrrent, that It TB'S in- "la :lhe' vote, 'YfTsasln'e'that Labor had pressed for this l it The Labor candidates again remind tis. women Labor that closed the 'sTreiL'Bhopa and shqrienedilhe tjurs if omen' in the shopli and factoriea' md, for .women clerks.- li'c other., issues that contained In leferendnm hia .beep made clearln the altercallon-lha Ii4s: been going, on for-some time In rtgarij lo .the wording of Ihe .OjUes- In vietr of the campaign of League In Alberta, Ihe or'the Ontario referendum, glverf added Interest'til the election in _Jhe Questions there 1 .fklsedrare very flinnlar to tboac which the Moderalion They are .as follows; a rcrosa to be marked under 2-- 'Are you In faror of tic.repeal 'Href Ihe Ontario Tenrperance Acl? you" In fsvor :ot tbe lale 'lighfibeer containing not more hundre.dlh cenL alcohol, weight !i Uuough ooTerBment agendesv and amendments to the Ontario ".Temperance Act to permit such Jife you In favor of the tale ol beer containing nol more i- than two and fifty-one ope hun- v'-dredlll per cent- alcohol, weight 1: iheasure, In standard hotels In I ''''local municipalities that by a ;-majority -vole favor such sate, tnd'afflenfinienla to Ihe Ontario Temperance Act' to permit such 1 iale? V -Are you In favor of the sale of spirituous and mall. Hquors through Covernment and araendmenls to the Ontario Tem- i Act lo permit such sale? place on Ihe cross benches In Parlia- ment, Those who constitute Ihis element cannot but claim the regard which the position they have taken i entitles them in Parliament and In the leclbraie- denied lu a parly meniber who loses -ivhalever political con- cience he may posseftfl by Being -what le Is at.the call of the party on the side of the House on which he ails.-.-i lif the present .conaltinllon of Ihe House ol'Commons Ihe cross vbencher Is.-EOfflelhift1 in thVwa'y of'V'n'aiiirat: product' Tae atmosphere ot the House has changed from what it was whin it was" first ed.on Issue, -which In th'e. urgent neceVsily of the'lime oul- That Issue .for all practical purposes "is'a buried one at th.e time. ..Toe cpmplpilon of clothes he asked it he-had llie polfceman-.he llred at On phoning Calgary It was found that the Victory the stolen there ilh hills were the came-ii taken from the saic it time and place, 'atrict'E office. doclor iken-to the Jail, -where he awalls trial on th ing wit Ing-stole ith Intent to k II, also with hav- oods .on.hlB' person, be' sXoTen: The Bank; of Commerce Is to ho con nartles In the House becomes accord- ingly altered. In the position In which they.-have with a parllamenl elected on no pirllcuar national polic- ies, heyond one which Ihe lime of elec- tion the cross benchers may well he regarded In a logical light lo have "more power lo influence legls lallon lhan a party member silling on etlher side al. the House." la this the House Is at present constituted, as a safeguard so far as the eleclorale in general Is concerned.' Let tie Victory Loan keep an im- portant place in the public mind.' Uia- present-.time It la B loan merits thli' inrportanee. that When'.ll Is averred that the ancient skilled dentists' we be- come more than iirer convinced that there Is nothing new under Ihe sun. To the other aspecU of the result of U 11 Is a case of class legislation or I parly legislation, Ihe latter Is Iho j preferable, no mailer whal the partic- ular class may be. Ei-Mayor Hnghes, ol Kingston. 1 flounces he has retired from the con letl lor the seal In the House ol Com slale- Ihall or3 through Ihe report ot a lent made by ifon. J- D. Held elections In Ontario In -which to- j sir Henry Drayton was given the "Say'i Yollng will tell the lale, Ihcro harbor ImprovemenU would bo assar -'islthe qnesllon R3 to whether Ontario I ed for Kingston. If Ihls la so, Klngato 'will if; a dry Ontario, or wbelher It wm receive a. lUeral return for afford 'till follow In the foolsleps of Its I ine the Minister of Finance a pollllca the prorince of Quebec, harbor of refnge. CrnUrlo Temperance measufe, li on trial; gralulated _on having Buch iMr.'-Re1 studied Ih'e bank's Inlercsts, by delay- ing the purchase of 'the bond unlil_he had Ihe reference trim Heglha, olhef- wlse the Sank out Ihe 11.000 for'the -wo'rthless-hon'd, and escaped being held up' by this man who so soon proved that Jie was nol afraid would nol cbniply -with _. It should mean another stripe or I'omelhirjE betler for Couilahle ior running him down, while .the other men are glad they were! able such a dangerous inan-'oul of_ the way. Mr. Grady became'iasplcloua of Ihls man and bis acllonsj and'-phoned .lha A.H.P., describing li'e. man, TORONTO, Oct. from all corners of the province as received tils moping, Indicate! a. bumpercfop of tha'eleclton today for Ibe nftienth Ontario legis- lalure arid the-balloting on the reter- en'dunr for "tie repcai" of the emperance act and Ita three kindred nestloni. Generally fair and cool weither brobghout the province with harvest ompletcd and roads" (u'godd shape In he country are contributing n some measure lo.the'pig vote being irought oul today. ;TKe prlrjclpal In enllvei, however, are the addllloca nteresl o_ Ihe referendum-and Ihe ;eneral exlension the' franchise lo women The polls opened-; In Toronto and neighboring 6 a.m. and 9'a.m. sdandard lime) In all parts ol provlnu. Thln'meant. a.m. In Toronto, where .dayllgbl sap Ing time Is sllll being used. At honr Ihere was al a large percentag of polling booths-In Toronto, quite lineup of men women walling th advent of the deputy, officer and h aishtants. Women were 'nearly prominent the men'at Ih'e earl hours of the polling tooths. They yer acting as acrullneeri as well ai vole and II was no ballot boi secret th Ihey were more polled, and more 1 Helps You Catck tke Mail When there's a score of letters ahead of you and the mail closes in an hour or -when routine work eets you're tired at the end of AN IXTR6MI8J. lo a speaker at Sltrl! fjiit nlghl, the Government, the' em- executive of tfc.e Inler- 'tktlonil, and the press 61 Canada, are conBplracy agajnst 'Utrar ai conslltnled In what il com- the working classes. We have eltravngnnl state- bflt tali binga Ranagtier. Wltb logic of .tiH kind, It Is no wonder Ihejr contllloia (tteraselvVl, of the class of Ihe ipeak- Set Thongh'ful (n Hie ranki who have observed t. lo- Your Feet Are Your Best Friend Why do you not Ireat them properly? Relieve lhat Irritation from continual ilraln ol aUniSInt: or walking on hard floors, end sidewalks. Remove lie callouses from the bottoms, toes or heels by proper treatment and a permanent one. If you have these troubles the only reason for It It weaV or fallen arches and Improperly filled shoes. We are qualified to relieve and car, correct lie trouble by Dr. Scholl's method of Foot relief and a pair ol properly [tiled It, all widths AA lo HER. We how. 70 BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AOE8 W. J. NELSON Co, leb'Trifrio Avrtut SHERLOCK refreshing, rich peppermint flavor of Chiclets, the :sweetfness of the dainty candy-coating, will be like a warm ray stimulating: sunshine to put "pep" in your work. TlicDaintiest aiiilliaiidicit the best of loiiic confections. For Iccth and digestion; for work or play. '.Sold everywhere. Ten Cl-.iclcls for 50. A good box for the office is llic week- Adams product, particularly prepared dian Chewing Guru Co., UiBited, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, ;