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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHtlrttEGK HBHALD TUESDAY, OCTOHKK 21, 1913 ttbe Tberafo alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE 'LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lelhbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Director John Torrance Business Manager ot. the "Sous o! the Soil" romlcallT may be said to be a phenomenal one. and the success wbich the new organl- lation has In this Us first ad- Into the sea ol pollllcs. must put bean into similar organlialioas in the various provinces of ihe Domin- ion. If the meaning of the Ontario elec- lion may be pursued further, lu It may be read a protest against the profiteering 'hat has been joins on. and a ulsatislactUm with as they stand present. Press Comment on Ontario Result TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Mtmber Audit Bureau or Circulations Sublcription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, psr year Dally, by mall, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year......1.60 .Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 3.00 Dates of eipiry of subscription ar- ptar daliy on address label. Accept- uca of papers after expiration date is 0'ir suthorily to continue the sub- ecrlplion. THE ONTARIO ELECTION RESULT. Tho. result of ihe Ontario election writes the epilaph for the Conserva live Government there and sees a Influence in the province in tie lead EXTRAVAGANT TASTES AND PRESENT PRICES. The question as to whether extrava- gant tastes do not enter Into Ihc rea- on present prices is one which Is raised through what has come to light the Investigations of tie various ib-commlsslons ot the Hoard of Com- merce which have been sllllni in the various centres. This Is particulsrly applicable in the matter of boots and ihoes. In the enquiries made In regard to the retail price of. boots and shoes, ire are told that the laate of the feln .nine runs to fancy styles Just is U does In the matter or hats. a full knowledge'of Ihls "weakness" o ihe sex. ihe fancy taste becomes Ihe fancv price, and what is mors it is paid! Certain ladies in Calgary took offence lo this impeachment ot the female, in the deduclion il gave riia to that the feminine mind runs tvlth Ihe bulldiag ot the CUurch ol Ihe Sacred Heart. The murder ol Aniold Garth Is said lo have been Hie re.suK o( 11 feud he- him nud John llron'iich at Rad- Uson. Daniel McCarthy, aged H, was ac- cidentally drowned walle ettempt'iis to rescue Johu Harry from drcftniiig In the Illvor IJann al Coleralue, Ire- !and. Jamea Pe.irge, London, who recent- ly relumed froM overseas, had his spluc Injured by a fall from a 'loft while unloading Mrs. McXea, who being tried In 51. Tllomaa on a charge of bigamy, has been remanded for n month Ing to Ill-health. The Dowager Ducheas ol Dutferln and Ava opened lha lelo for raising funds to liquidate tho debt on the Old Abbey church, Baugor, Morrison, a former member o he crow of Ihe steamer Governor ed in western Ontario, hold a travagant Ustej. To start with hoots and shoes -would he only a logical be- ginning, as il will he a start from the foundation. U. F- Farmers Over alL (Continued from Front Page) Mr. Farmer. Is jow Ihe Jmpprtant gentleman In Ontario. The. three-wmered flghls in Ontario have" met with different results to those anticipated. The seats carried by the farmers be- token a new Influence In the politics of the Dordinlon which cannot he-said to be confined entirely lo provincial pollutes. A detachment 'from the old pollllcal parlies markfl the sign of the ijmei. The situation In Ontario, as the K- iult of the elections, becomes jusl as cb'mplei as H ivaj In Ihe. variety erf _ the candidates before the electors. -The United Farmers ol Ontario have neither an accredited leader, at the crciect time, nor will they have commanding majorily in the Legis- lature. .A coallllon of Conservallvcs and Liberals will place Ibero In Ihe minority, a coallllon fiiher of Ihe Iwo parties with U. F. O. will make a government with lha farmers the predominating In- fluence. .The election lull of tenures, and the most notable among them Is the prominence gained by the United Farmers. The defeat of Sir Adam Beck Is 'ft surprise, particularly In {hit his opponent, Dr. Hugh Steven son, waJa not an accredited candidate of ihe local Trades and Labor Council ij'arller Dewafl may be regarded to hive gained 'a personal Lrlnmph in the majority rolled up In his favor, which was ten limes more than he when first elected (or South- The political prophet, in the result ol tbe Ontario election, will now feel that he Is a back number. Hasting! Eail-H. K. Denlss. Huron Hicks, 813; Kent B. Clarke. L'ambton W. Oke, Lambton M. Webster. Lanark McCreary, 170. Bowman, 100, Middlesex i: Treebora. Middlesex Brown, Middlesex G. Lcthbrldge. Norfolk Scwell, C: Ridelarid, 1J86. "Oxford t. Walker, 667. Ontario North-J. Wlddefleld. 450. Perth Smllh (and labor) McDonald, Toronto Southwell H.-Dew- arl, Toronto Soulhwert I. C RamsdenT Coopet, Tolmle, I INDEPENDENTS fcLECTED I Riverdale-J. McN.iaiin (aoidler) ll.5J7. ..-.f! Waterloo Asmnssen dependent Total 2. LABOR ELECTED Brant i Mills, Hamilton Eait-rC.i.q.-Halcrow. reunion during the Prince ol Wales' visit lo London. TV. H. Auden, tomer principal of Upper Canada College, has been ap- pointed classical assistant at West- ern University. N'elson and Wm. Poile, who assault eil Constable Win. Snell al the G.T.1I ation. London, were sentenced to e year In jail. Wm: Weber, was electro- led when a piece of aavcstroughlng ilch he was. harjdllug came in cou ct with a Hydro-Electric wire. Harrington. N. S.. intercepted a ivlre- 35 message which said the stcaiue aklok 'Was disabled and drlftin me distance off Naiv York, When-a film of. scenes among the annlhals was shown at the Gaiety healre, Umerlck.- Ihs crowd sejicd and burned the dim. On arriving In Minneapolis to altcnd ie Stalo lair. Chief Ka-Be-Na-Wcy- sealed on the floor, at'a hotel unounced ha Is ISO years de- red immediately to take a'' trip In n airplane- Pope Benedlct.conferred the" Order f Knlghts.jOl St.' Gregory the Great )lngley, was scut up for trial ut SI ohn, N. B., for broaching Ihe cargo nd stealing. .Tho auto driven by Dr. C. A. King 'otlcortlae, ran up a hill and turnei over, throwing him out. .took firo an< was destroyed before it could he out. The triumph of the U. F. 0. In On- tario will make the election to be In Cochrane-E.il Interesting one. What will be the future government o! Ontario and who will be the Premier remains at the present time a perplex leg question. It will be a case ot coquetting wilh tie Farmers' P'.rty with the two old- liriie political parties in the province of OnUllo- Tory Toronto may ha said to have from grace, as the old-llme- Con- lives msy -regard Ihe result ol the election there. Whatever the feeling In regard to the result In Ontario, there be a general feeling o! regrel at the defeat ol Sir Adam Beck. II la sallsfactory to find that Ihe report enent promise of harbor Improvements for Kingston, ahonld Iho seat go lo Sir Hcnrv Dravlon, has ben publicly denied In the House by Dr. Hill. 199: M. Renfrew Simcoe H. G. Murdock. Slmcoe 350. Simcoe ElEt-J. B. Johnson. Victoria Jlr. Walson 400. Victoria SoutrH-F. G. Handy. Wellington Hlllyer, 100. Wellington HcArthur, lOO Wentworth C. Biggs, 301. Wentworth A. Crockett (and labor) 76. Conservative! Elected D. Black (acclama- M. Rankln. H- Ferguson, 350. Grey Jamleson, 300. Hastings, North-rJ. R. Cooke (ac- H. Ireland. Huron C. Joynl, 323- A. 'Ross (accla- A. W: Grey. A. Fowler. .W. Ecclestone, 200. P. Hill, 955. Northumberland Hume. A. .W. Price, Kennedy. Post D. N. Hogarth Hamilton Weiti-W. H. Rollo, Heenan, 844. Stevenson. 1.439. Niagara Swayzee, (and TJ F. 466.' Peterboro Tcoms, 745. St Greenlaw, 1.20 Sault Stei B. Cunnlngha: Homoulh (an U. F. Total, 11, E Mason Risch Canada's Favorite THE undoubted supremacy o! Masou Risen planes Is duo to over 50 years unremitting care in manufac- ture. Each and every Instru- ment IE completely guaranteed. Styles and sites (o suit eiory homo and purse. Our "Kaclory to Home" prices and easy leruu uf payment make 11 possible for everybody to own a Mason Rlscb. Balmoral Block "Tht Kama "of the Vlfl DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank Is prepared to make advances to individuals, partnerships and companies against approved trade paper on favorable teniis. Do not hesitate to discuss with-us the requirements of your business. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH _DARNER BRANCH MILK. RIVER BRANCH fi.T. BRYMNER, Manager J.H.S. GORDON; Muiigei J.V. STEEL, The Road to Independence (Continued from Front E Navy League is Training Young Canadians For Service on (he Seas So lar as the individual relationship between Sir William Hearst an.a Hart- ley Dewarl goei, Ihc tables have been _, .completely turned. The ooe has Iri- T..t Toronto Tory Toronto ha, ,n M, own and flalny A, Slmcoe T. Allan, 632. JlcCiae, 350. llnsladery.- 108. A great ship building program Is being undertaken In Canada. Shipping facilities must be enormously Increas- ed in order that Canada can properly 2njoy Ihe share of export trade which !s necessary If the condlllons of Ihe nation are lo flourish. The Navy League of Canada.is engaged In a patriotic work preparing Canadian boys to man ships which will carry the surplus products of the Dominion to the world's This Is belnj acompllshed through the work o Karat Brigades TfhlchMl 1iaj establish cd and Is operating in Charlotlelown ertlmite the -total majority, but itr la not Improbable that II will run up close to aggregate on the" four questions. Total Prohibition What in forecasted as total prohi- bition throughout the province ot On- tario, Rev, Ben J- Spence, ot the On- tario referendum In- terviewed by the Canadian Tress Ibis morning, ileclared, Ibat returns- re- ceived up llll 11 a.m. indicated a sub- slantial majofily on every question. 1 confidently eipcct over major- ity on every question on the he declared. "We have won a subtsan- tial victory. The vole Is an unmls- takeable mandate to the legislature ol only against the repeal of Jntarlo Temperance Act, but Lrenglhen and Improve II, and 10 en orce U witli even greater efficiency.' He said that Iho. people of'Ontarlo avor prohibition, being asjuinsl 111 ale of'beer and the. governmeu igcncy "The experience of Quebec wn houghl to be a warning to any com munlly" he said. "The experience o Saskatchewan, vfith dispensaries showed the utler failure ot even Ihe best of Ihe systems." 'The voting In Ontario, continued, "Is but a halllo In Iho war. We havo vron a sweeping Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Sasknloon Trouble comes to ill of ua at prie'time or The man.with outragierjus fortune''-. It is the (Juty of every hian to lay Bpmething for the. irritable rairiy rlay- Qpen a Sayings Account take your first step along the road: to. Independence.' .1. THC MeRCHANTS BANK Head Office.: Montreal. OF 'CANADA I.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH, JJ- Mlna3er. MONARCH BRANCH D. R. MacKAY, BARONS AND NOBLEFORD BRANCHES, M. A. KILPATRICK, Manager. lied Its name In reluming no less lhan four Liberals. This In a stronghold 61 Conservatism ii remarkable.- Five minlslera of the Ontario Gov- ernment have been defeated and this bul be read as a rellectlon on the rfearst regfrne .which' the defeat ol the Leader further.denotes. the olher has met wllh reverse. Toronto Northwest Cody Toronto Northeast' (B) J. B. Thompson, 3.492. Toronto Northwest Craw- ford, Wellington C. H. Duett- and. 205. York 0. S. Henry, Calgary, Victoria and Nnnalmo. Othe branches mual be organized and main- tained for 11 Is very necessary that tory In this bailie, hut Ihe war Is Blill on and U must be pushed until, the liquor tralflc is entirely destroyed. Any provincial law Is necessarily In- romplelo and the provincial'laws now In force In eight out ol Ihq nine prov- inces should be supplemented and Implemented by Dominion legislation prohibiting the manufacture. Importa- tion, Inter-provlnclnl shipments on ex- portation ol Intoxicating liquor for beverage purposes. That end thai only will solve Ihe problem. Till that Sir Jnlinn Byng, or Lord Byng as he Is known now, has Ehown himself lo be Ihe strong man he has proved himself lo be In avoiding the temptation, of riling reminiscences -which abdsc of a colleague forms a prominent parL In this he has so. an example which Altogether Ihe result ol the Ontario ht would be good lor many lo follow election may be lo be one Ihal Writing remlnlicences and blaming was least eipecled. II mar be said the other fellow appear lo have a nlghlmare lo Ihe Hearst aov-jbr-producls of Ihe war whlsh have and Us supporters. It has, I unhappily affllcled certain. Ixird it (ie show, onpleasanlly becfi Byng showa a praiseworthy ercepllon Mr. younger generation of Canadians should have lull opporlunlly lor free training In seamanship. Their service a required lor Ihc merchant marine which .niuans HO lo. Canada's prosperity. Funds for the carrying on of Lhf8 Im- portanl work wll conic from Ihe pro VOughl to (tie knowledge ol Ihe fad that there has been considerable dls- content with K, oven If. the view la that the acllon of the farmers ben hiis'od Iri 113 relallpn lo the flt'OUawa.' -The moral of She Ontario election U thit these are Ihe of new move- Five years ngo there was no THjwdf "U 'ihe province "United Farmers. 'The glowih to whal has been In the nature of a common rule. FRANCE SENDS INTERNED GERMANS BACK HOME PARIS, Oct. flrsl InLerned Gorman civilians lo he per- mitted It) return to Ihelr native loll Prance yesterday, the party con- sisting ol 370. On November 2, the re malnder of-the eEllmatcd lo number about will leave lor1 (Jcr York K. Lennox, 318. York F. aodlrey, 737. Total, 27. Liberal! Elected K. Slover, 0. McAlplne, 035. Bruce Rcnnle. Bruce Manhlnncy, 76. Durham Bragg, 158. Huron tiovenlocK, 176, Kent U Brackln, Marihall. Northumberland Clark, 600. 11. Marceau, Ontario Sinclair. Ottawa Oxford A. Older, Parry n. Hall, SIS. Perth W. Hay, l.SOO. Evanturel, Prince Parliament. 98, Racine. W. McUod, 800. Slurjeon Toronto Northwest 11. C. Cooper, Toronto Southeail O'Neill, Toronto Southeafit W. Cur- ry, f coed: of Ihe Nelson Day campalsn for toOO.OOO, ol which Ontario's quola Is Including fiGm To- ronto. The drive will take place October 21, 22, 23, atH ell classes of the community aro asked lo contrib- ute liberally. s attained wo light on.'; Toronto Voted Dry TORONTO, Oct. doubts as to the dryness ol the volo In Toronto' on the referendum were dispelled this morninE -niien liio olllclal figures of the cnilro city (with Ihc exception ol a few sub-divisions) were given as follows; 'question No. No, Majority, Question No. No, Majority, 9.963. Question No. .No, .Majority. Queallon No. No, Majority, MEN'S SHOES There is real salisfe.clion lo trie man who wears shoes fitted by our salesmen, We understand the fool as well.'as the footwear snt W com- bining knowledge'wo can fit your feel with nhocs thai ore coniforlnWo, scrvlceablfc have a" fleat appearance, Wo carry Men's flhoce from width A lo wlnlh BBH and can III youil feet, over our slock A9K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOH ALL AOEB W.i NELSON Co. iOlTTM tHERLOOK BOILDINO 'fl HOVEL BRUTHIM CURE FOB THKMT t CHUT.. The introduction of Peps, the famous, new breathcable remedy for coughs, cold's and chest troubles, has.revolu- tionized the treatment of these ailments, from any or these, It wns customary to dose oneself wilh drugs, which ivcrenot only harmful! but practically usclcss.be- ctuse, being ucncrally In liquid form.lhey did not. rcnch the lungs and chest, but Ihe ilomach- "Thinking fcojilc, lone ago, realized tliattny rem- edy thatwas to reach Inngj direct mnst be In lack of better treatment the old-lashloncd method o' swallowing llq- ulrti overcame Ihe dllflcully by prbduclnj Pepi. Peps Is e hrcntheahle mcdtclneln lahlel form and the new Peps treatment Is to simple and Incrfrienlivc thai II 11 within thereich of all. You simply dissolve dPcp In yoiirmoolh, ind Ihc medicinal fumes, which art given ell, mingle wilh the hrcalli and are carrier! down to the rcmolcst pjirla of the hronchlnl Inbcsiand lungs. These rHedl- 'clnal fumcfl (ire nntlscptlc, healing n d strengthening, They stop t cough by dc; stroyln? the gorms which cause the Inflam- mation ind consequent Irrllatlon. They clear the pvu5iRCS of them so splendid for bronchlllsfnnd they endstrcnelhcn all tho delicate mcmhrancl of chcit and hreotlilng vastiga, fOrllfylnj! them holh (gilalt Infection anil changes ol temperature. free from all trace of opium, laudlnurn, rurcRorlc, (it any olhcr Iiarmfnl drug, and nro there- fore host for children's coughs and colds. Will? for FREE Irlal package. THIS WONDERFUfWDlGlnE PROVIDES i niluril ear e lor coarhJ, col dJ, tore Itroil, bionchllll, liiroillli, ehtil, hoirlf hell, chlldfea cdUEnl iQa coldf, CfOnplado1Berlbrof< indchfM illmlbd, All dti" foi r-i .fl Co., Totonlfc. Me, box, RTcE SAMPLE. orfr peniB, Sen-] nd fcilimploFetnCo, ;