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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News Xetbbrtbge Devalb Ali The Local News Where You Expect It TUESDAY, OCTOUEH 21, 1919 LETI [BRIDGE, ALDf.RTA. PAGE SEVEN Farmers.Here Are Greatly Pleased Over Ont. Election Sign of The Times Says Dunham Strong Next Election Says Jelliff "I am taken so much by surprise fey Ibe result thai I bardly know what lo say, so you'll liavo to be careful how you quote said L. M. JelUff. oT Haley, president or tbe United Farmers of hetbbridfc wteii Informed of tbe Ontario result o the loup distance phone today. "Tlio result Is BD Indication ot what may bu eipecled elsewhere in Can ada." said-President Jelllff. H roczns ;liat Iho farmers arc golnr to bave better representation In the parlia- ments of the future. It means tliav their needs aro going to get more attention. It hurt any ckher lo see the producers ai iho belm lor a while." Mr. Jelllff said that ihu farmers Iu 1 he west would show up strong in iVu1 next eleUloii. but didn't think thai in ilbei la they would-lie so active in iroviuclal politics. have a. good ntm at the head cf the AlborLa gov- ernment underfiiar.ds the needs of the farmers, and really we hare lllllu cause for complaint." Mr. Jelllff Icli It to be inferred that Ibe same did not apply at OHnwa In the view- point of the farmers. S. G. Dunham "H pleases me Tery aalil S. Dunham, ex-director of tbe U.J'-A. and one of the leaders in the farmers movement In Southern Alberta. "Wlille 1 looked for tho return ot about 40 farmers, I did not expect the landslide aKaiiisl the Hearst govern- ment that the results show. Of course iherc may have been loral cojidhlous hi Onlarlu making for the result but 'I really IhlnK that Ihe election may be I taken ns a sign ot the times, and ii were iu ibe three [prairie provinces Ihe might ba (even more marked. pro seglnnlng lo realize that, the farmers the meat solid element tbe com munliy anil their leadership Is begin ii g to ba valued.1' VICTORY LOAN MEETING A iiice Lien, ca will be Lo-in ug of all COLDQHIU-I'- tains an-l held iu Ibe VMory adtiUTirt'-Ts, no v Block a.t cigbl o'rlork sharp tins evening lo arrange detiils v of the coining campaign. TBt OIMA01AH SALT CO. SOCIALISTS PLANNED REVOLT IN ALSACE TO TAKE PLACE NOV. PARIS, OcL Plana fo a rcvoH in Alsace to take place Nov. 9 have been discovered at S trass burg, according to the Echo de Paris Tbo alleged arch-conspirator, an en gineer named Koesster, lias been rested with two -accompllcea .and Is said that n. leader of a Soclalis union, a former Alsatian deputy, an a French Socinlist ara believed to have been implicated. .Her Much Deliberation Courts Decide C. P. R. Constable ia An Officer 1 "Cftscarcls1.' work yoa sleep! Whon QUO of you gels blHoiis, head- achy, consUpaled. It the breath Is bud, itomacii upset, or for colds', Callow- ness, just take "Cnscarelo'J lo 'regu- late tho liver and bowels and all is well by niorniog1. "Cascarots" ncr'of prlpo, sicken or keep you aniious all noxt day. like Cnlomel, Saltsr 'Oil or Violenl Pills. "Casc'arcla" are Ihe. most, delight- ful laxalivc-cathartic you cvtr exper- ienced. little! A lo ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at 'All without the "Bayer .identifies Ihe conUjns prop." tlirrctlonii for Hcadncbe, Toplhachc, Kftracbc, Xcu brescrftedbvphyJilcianB fororcrnlnc ia, Lumbago, Iflicumatlani, Kcurl lecn fears nnd in Canada, r.nd Pnui. generally Tin of 12 tabkta coat but o ants. Larger "Bajcr" packages "iSaycr Tablets tl Aspirin" irhlc! Tfcere if OBC i Ajplrln It Iriao mirk (forl'iltrCd In of "Bayer" ________ __. _ _ .._...____________r Minafaelnro at Mono- celltteldtiler of ftfclieyllctclfl, Whlls U Ii known that "Aspirin" mcrini llzyet Co ftMlit iho pull la Tiibleti ot Dayer Corapiej win te itamped irllh Ihtlr trade nmkj "Hiytr Crou.V 1 NOTICE Tho perplexing tiuobtiun as lo peace Is not a pence ollkerj as been dou-rnilned Ijy four judges the Supreme Court of The question aro-e over the ntioii of Thomas Wellington OTJrien. was arrested on the dmrgc of icfclng pockets nl the rnilu-ay Mailun ere. on Octcb'er 2nd, and on Ihe fur- licr charge of attempting to bribe tho '.P.n. investigators. In wliusc custody e was, lo obtain The use camo np before His Judgo and the argument was raised counsel for the defendant. .Mr. J. Palmer, that so far :is jurisdiction veiji the f'.f'.li. official was nut a ieacc officer technically, hi thai he was created sucli wiih Jurisdiction only in province of Manitoba, and he same did not extend vithoutMhai province. Ills honor upheld Iho argu- ment of counsel, with the result that he crown asked for a reserved case, bringing the matter before tbe judges ot the supreme court. Opinion Overruled To determine question raised, usilcoa Harvey. .Simmons, McCarthy and Rluaii tat. Following their de- .iberations, ihe opinion of Judge Jack; ion was overruled hand ed doxvn by Me. Justice- Stuart, with tho remainder of the beach concurring. This Judgment, after cipressiiiK a doubt, decided tuat ihe peace olficer in question was a peace officer at the time be was exercising' his authoriti In Alberta. The Doubt 'In referring to the doubt, >lr. .Jus- tice Stuart saul thai be did not think that Ihe words "Or other local julrstllc lion within which bo was appointed" as used in the section of the RailirRy Act arc of themselves wide enough to cover another proviocc because in another section, -where they are .re- peated, it is obvious that ibey cannot cover a province for the reason (bat here is not, as believed, such a person aa a clerk of Ibe peace for the province. Taking this doubt into considers- ,lon, his lordship held there arc other iirurlfions wLirti suggested strongly to' hiS mind UiaL LLe Intention of parlia- ment was simply to give the railway constables power to act anywhere in the province in which they were ap- pointed. Further, it seemed unllkcly to his lordship that parliament intend- ed to force a person who under Set' lion 305 might want to Inquire Into tlie validity of the appointment pi any particular constable acting in tho neighborhood to go lo :lie other cml of the Dominion to discover ihcj facts which he desired lo learn. On the whole, he saw no good ground to cut down the very pTnin meaning of the scction'ivhlch enacts In substance thai a constable once legally appointed 1111 tier the act may act on such railway and on any of the works belonging all places not more than n quarter of a mile distant from such railway. Statue of Dominion Police Obviously, continued tho learned udge, iho Intention was to create a sort, of Dominion police. They arc to 30 appointed on tho nomination of -ho railway nulhorlties nnd, doubtless, must be .paid by them, but when np- polnled they are public constables JueL as much as In the CBSO of con- stables appointed and paid by munld- pamies. Th'ey arc officers of. the law and probably En no sense agents, of the railway company. -In such cir- cumstance there would seem lo be no reason why parliament may not have intended them to be a sort of Domin- ion pollre with authority throughout tho Dominion wherever tbe Dominion railway runs and In its Immediate neighborhood. Under Section 30l'Uicy arc lo protect not merely the railway property and the railway officials, but the public generally, and be, there- fore, thought Hie the constable In question, though appointed In Mani oba, bad power to act In To his judgment, Mr. .lustIce Stuart added thfit the other members' of the iourt did not ah aro Iho doubt. which 10 at first entertained. O'Brien Sentenced As a result of tho1 Judgment, ol the Iffhcr court, O'Brien came up lieforc Judge Jackson, on Tuesday morning on the charge of bribery and "wns sen tcnced to one week with hard labor In Iho provincial jail. An ex-Soldiers' War >Donus ;Com mlllcc has been established at LIs towel, Ireland. Souif iwciity-sii employerd cf the city, foiloiv. hnvc ucti! Meeting Will Be Held Thursday 'Evening For Purposes of Organizalion (Kr- M Our Own iviih, more to rl by Johnson, local representative of (he Workmen's Compensation Board, for not foruardinK "their t-ordancc with the act. Four of tlic-sc were on the carpel before A. K. Hum phrlea on Monday afternoon and were surprised lo hear frwvt Inn) thai, geucc in the way of fonvardhig ihe returns ro'iuircd piatp.i Ine ilelin luent individual lo a liability of vaich is the maiirninn fine, there lie- in no minimum fine stated. j hi the cases of the delinquents, the non-return' oi the Riatcini-nta lo be filled hi was due lo carelessness, EO uouilnal fine of ?l.00 and of .75 was iTifllcifd as a Ealutary warn- ing lo these and The acL re- quires that tbe monthly returns should' he forwarded by the 201 h. of each month. In these returns the pay with the number or employees, paid, and other particulars have to ut .N'Oni.KKOUU, Oct. A monster tctint; to organize a 1'cople's Com- munity Club will be held at XobleforJ on Thursday evening at 3 o'clock. Everyone in Noblofonl and Tichilty is ccrdiully invilc-J to attend the organi- zation meeting to be betu in Ihe churcb, There is a desire on I In- part of the Noble Ford pe lo gel together social- ly and lo foster ihe community i Nobteford is oue of the more progres sivc town's" of Southern Allierta aud recoELtizes necessity of keeping abreast ot the limes iu all lines thai meet -the great social needs ot the day. To Uiis end a public meeting is to he lit-hl to organize the community into a society aim tlial) be lo mcci the desires of all from a am liierary standpoint and to Mart form of got togelher society Lo en- courage ihe spiril of good-fellowship in Iht community. Everybody come Thursday evening at S o'clock, iu ihe Union church. Tho cjuinir.pn for tUe ronimg Vu- R. Yatei, Albert Zak troy Ixinn. whirh Rlarlx ncit Mon-1 A. C. day has bcf-n orgjniznd with the fol-; .substription ComuiLLlce-A. lowlnE and special commit- H. MacKav. G. W. Greni. appomicO: iTctu i.onswortiK A. J. Sthleifer, J. Tur- K. F. K. Spooner, Peler L'lnd. i Secretary--D. J. McSvvain Commillee--D3r Associi- 'Alnsworlli! II. War- 'tlou- u'- s- Gra-v- tbairman. rovrinan. Steve llucttl (Coalburslj, Newspaper Publk-Uy Committee. J. Ilawdcu, John 11. W. Craw- janilesoa. IX II. Elton, J. E. ford, T. M. Christie. E, R. Cranston, II Cocq C, K. P. Conyl'i-arc. JI. .G. Clurke, T. Crofts, R. S. Dunham, FreJ Down-! anil Hot- er, II. R. Dividson, Dnvid (Com- Club- Gco. Uiion. Dcnooii, I C. H- Daniels, t. A. Ewarl. 11. El- i ton, O. B. EtlgcU. Ueo. (Jrceih A. Gil- more, J. Hieinuotliam, .Vlex liar- j ron. AIci Johnslcn, II. K. Livingstone. Matt. Tom Lonp- wortli, Tom LJiiier, 0. U. McKay, C. Mclnloah. Capt. R. C. McKcmle. Marl McMabon. John MiD. DaviJeon, 11. Macbeth. W. J. Nelson, C. S. Xoble. S.