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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIXTEEN. THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD .vEDNESDAY, -OCTOBER 20, 1820 MT ULUO-llur UKELY1DGEI WILL REPRESENT CANADA AT LEAGUE OF NATIONS Situation is Serious For liul Government Unlikely to Act OTTAWA, Oct. tills i Qic-'uing's tearing ot the sugar j tho cabinet coimcil, at a special meet- ing, passed an oriler-fu-council declar- j ing permanent the suspension of the Iloanl ot Commerce sugar order. The Question of pther assistance to the' refiners was discussed but there will j be further consideration before Ontl decision 'is- reached.. fu Ibis couuec-1 tlou. there is a feeling in government ____. circles that the refiners'' position is right lo.lett: ;.Sir George Foster, minister of trade and commerce; Hon. Canada's representatives at the of Nations' first meeting.will he, Taken in During Sensatitinal Raid Staged to Celebrate Thanksgiving I COLEMA.V, Oct. Mayor Johnson is smlUnglv abroad today, he will face Magistrate llurrell in po- lice coart at Thursday morning on a charge ot -cralriveuing the Liquor Act. Ho was one of the vic- tims of the raid staged on Thanks- jgiirlng Day by Detective llesketh aud hfs prohibition enforcement squad when 29 Informations were laid. .Mayor Johnson Is a irominent 0. B. U. worker aud his arrest cams a surprise. Many of Monday's arrests were surprises-to the townspeople of the Crow's Nest camps. worthy of sympathy, but it, tioMd if the government can act in Irie case ftt all. "It is understood that there Is liillo likelilioot] of the government granting relief, to the refiners by way ot read- justing customs duties on raw sugar ss suggested. Tho further proposal at temporary loans to tue refiners to them to tide over the situation Is also to he confronted with con- sioerable difficulties. Altogether the situation is admitted. aui! ur.qiieiUoKaoly iln- .jiand close consideration hefore the cabinet decides'on its conrae. Powell, foriuerly president of the privy council: and Hon. C. minister of justice. O FRANK SAN. CLOSED. x f WIXX1PEG, Ojt. And- erson, fireman of Kenora. was j killed early this morning in a collision I between two freight trains nt Osdnft. JOut. A long wheat train had pulled 1 Into tho Oxdrift siding when a second j also easttiound, crashed into its rear. Anderson, the" fireman of the second train was crushed to death. A number of cars were de- railed and tho track was damaged. Au Investigation is being held. 1 G.T.P. Conductor Dies EDMONTON, Oct. Simp- pon, a conductor on the Grand Trunk Pacific, running; between" Winnipeg] and Kdmonton, died suddenly in n' I local hospital last night. His home j is In Winnipeg where he is said to SEVASTOPOL, Oct. a vM and Bon. ]Ie was all ao. Jghtinr continues along tlie Dnieper lire memUer ot the Knights of Pythias, and northeastern front In the vicinity Kotice has been received by TuraJtte, secretary uf the local branch of the G1W.V.A. to tha effect. that 'the Frank Sanatorium will be closed this week to returned soldier, pa- tients. AH must be sent to tho Central'Al- berta Sanatorium, if Nikopol. Leon Trotsky, Kussian Bolshevik minister ot war, is reported Ic berbringing up ten divisions of communist forces which will not sur- The body will be sent to Winnipeg on receipt oi news from his relatives. Three Trainmen Killed ROANOKE, Va.. Oct. It -is' asserted numbers of former "erman officers in llie Baltic provinces ire offering Ibeir services to General Uaron head of ihe anti-Bol- sbevik South Russian sovernruent, en up in a zioart-on coliiston belwcen i_wo Norfolk nnd Western passenger trains early today at Rural Retreat, Vali accordmg to an oEBciat announce- mental the railway headquarters lie-re today. ThQ trains met on a siding. "Why blame the woman for getting] Adhemar Bernard, aged 12, all she can out af life." See "The i killed in Montreal falling off anil Seauty Market" Katherlne Mac- 1 Donald at the Empress under a motor .truck oh .which1' stolen'a HAM SANDWICH COSTS. SIX CENTS IN .BOSTON AND SELLS BOSTON, Oct federal Qrand jury was ordered in special session en October 27. by> United Daniel T.'i'Gal-. lagher today to decide whether present high prices for. food at hotels and restaurants Involve criminal profiteering. -As ah' ex- hibit for its consideration, he In- dicated, the grand jury would be shown a ham sandwich which cost six cents to make and was sold for thirty cenVE. Complete November List Now on Sale Issues Manifesto to Army on Oc- casional Cessation of Hos-. :lilities v-