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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta If" WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920 THg LETRBRIDGE DAILY HERALtJ QUEBEC BYE-ELECTION RETURNS ARE IN DOUBT; GOVERNMENT LOSES ONE QUEBEC. Oct. receiv- ed from the provincial bye-elections held in Kamouraska ami St, Maurice oday Indicate late tonight fiat while N. Morin. Independent Liberal, defeat ed li. J. Dupuls, the choice of the Lib- eral convention in Kamouraska, by a majority of 215, the issue In St. Mail- Natural Resources Compromise Offered by West 3.R. Boyle General Of. R. Boyle takes Issue with the editorial expression of .the Edmonton Journal, ic which It contends that the govern- ment leaders of Manitoba, Saskatche- wan and Alberta hare not demanded an accounting of the" re- sources of tho west, and therefore It ia the these provinces that nave not been restored by the federal government. K respect; to the statement In the said Hon. Mr. Boyle on Thursday morning, "to toe effect that the western provinces asked for too favorable term's in negotiations for the restoration of the natural resources to tho west, I would like to point out that the province of Alberta would be quite satisfied to have the natural re sources relumed with an accounting for all receipts for lands, minerals and timber alienated lor the general bene- fit of Canada. Would Gain By Accounting "This would involve payment to the province .of many millions of dollars. Tho reason why. the province suggest- ed a compromise In the wlay they did with the Dominion government was for the purpose' of opening up nego- tiations leading, toward a settlement! The offer was in a.favor- able one' at that time, as an accounting would have In- volved more, money for the provinces. But refused the proposal, bnt declined to make any offer' on their own account, "At.the en4 of negotiations at the last .conference'the Dominion govern- ment at a cabinet council meeting, which tie .representatives were requested its attend, -agreed to provinces, a defin- ite offer at a later .date, but this offer has nerer 'been: made. .The position that .the western provinces have demanded .their natural resources and made prop'osals in'respect'to flnan- 'dal terms as IT basis of negotiations, the Dominion several'years ago agreed to make, ah offer to the west, bnt has never .done so. Up Dominion "If the natural resources are to restored by way' of a contin- ued. Mr. Boyle, the Domin- ion and the provinces, the requests ol the provinces iwere t'ta basis of guch a bargain. Unless the Dominion la pre- pared to proii08_e a counter-.offer'It'll tantamount to' a refusal oif'their part to attempt iany settlement." Prehistoric Specimens Were Dug Up in Central Alberta 'Fossil Beds lot of nig bones from the: Red Deer fossil bed has been shipped east, representinB this time the discoveries made durinf tho past anrnmer by a geological party sent out-, by the 'Royal On tario Museum. Six dinosaurs were dng up by the party, which was headed by Prof. Slenberg, and the slabs of rock In which they wcro imbedded .have been taken to Toronto, where the pre- historic specimens will be cut loose and mounted during the next year or so. For three years now an Ontario ei liedftlon has come to the great bone- yarda in the valley of the Red Deer river and under the general direction of Dr. TV. A. parks'; of the Toronto university, extensive digging opera tloris have gone on each season. This year's remllla; are regarded ni lie bes yet secured. One-of thns hrongh to light Is pronounced the only one o its kind yet known to science. It Is a crested'dinosaur with n hackwan prolongation of the skull, which meas- ures fnlly six feet from the tip of the Jaw to its ettrems point. The entire length of the skeleton when complete ly mounted will be between twenty five and thirty feet. His particular a type absolutely dlf forenl from htiy yet discovered, All tho Red Peer dinosaurs dng np this year are believed to be tho re mains of reptilian creatures tha splashed In the waters of Alberta some years ago. Previous, fossiliz- ed skeletons from this bone-yard have been (rttfCJJ'lo'Oltftwa and New Y6rk but Dr. Parks has ambitions for mak Ing tho display. In the Ontario museum one of the largest and best in thi world. CITIZENS WILL FUJN' DOWN CHILD MURDERER SABN1A, Oct. ians have been urged to aid the law In rwinlng down (he aisanatn el little Dorothy Buchanan, whose body WM found Saturday night In Bay, and last night a re- ward of offered' to the civilian who It responsible for the arrest of the'.murderer. Hitherto there hat been practically no clue, A suspect .whose, name- Is with- held, was arrested yesterday but after examination was allowed to PAGE FIFTEEN rice county between J. S. Cullmette, Liberal and Nesuitt, was slill in doubt. Latest reports said that Guil- mette was leading by a majority of Tho first monument to Sir Wilfrid Laurler was unveiled at Ibervllle on Monday. Miss Helen Kinnear, B. A., of Port Colliorne, IB the first woman In Wei- land, county to be called to the liar in Ontario. ROOT STILL.HOLDS OUT FOR THE LEAGUE; WILSON KILLED IT YORK. Oct. 20.-Elitm Root, in address oii the League of Nations during the presidential cam-' palgn last night declared that the' treaty of peace with Germany would haVe been ratified t and tho United States would hare been a member of the league, had President Wilton been milling. The president, however, had insisted OH the treaty being absolutely urjcbauged. Tho, United Stales objections can met and obvlaled without Interfering with the schema of the league or im- pairing Us usefulness, he said. James Chlsiyjim, well-known Win- nipeg architect, died in California. John W. 31, was killed by a falling limb at Jhe Golden Lum- ber camp'near Grassmere. SEVEN KILLED IN WRECK ON N.V.O. ERIE, Pi, Oct. per- tonf lost their lives and about 150 were Injured In a wreck on the New York Central Railroad near, the Union station here today, Some of the injured were so badly hurt that hospital physicians, said they expected the list of casual- to be Increased, Victoria street car fares have been fixed at six cents. ITALIAN GOVERNMENT, WILL CRUSH SEDITION LONDON. Oct. govern- meat issued orders to all the chief! of police, says a Central News dis- patch from Rome, to prohibit seditious manifestations. Instructions- been given all justices to punish with tho utmost severity th'ose persons re- sonsible tor publication In of articles which are against the con- stitution calculated to promoto class hatred. In Peppermint Chiclets In p crcAre t Tutti-Frutti Chiclets In, pink -anAdamsproduct, ;