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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TKURSP-VV. QOTQBEU 21, JffiO THE LETHBRID.GE DAILY HEKA1SJ -t the lioqto ottoAbfodf by Herifiersifi, formef- labor of the cabinet, demanded an ia- quiry .Into reprisals from th a polka and soldiers !a Ireland. While adiiiluicg srmed forces of the crowa lia-J .surf-Tel provocation, the government's' policy, Mr. Hep-tor- ton seefcid to Win to'aim at stamping .out nattonsllst opinion, and breaking spirit 'pi the Irish people, TjiiitiijT for GRAVY, STtlVS, StIUPS TO A CUP BRITISH NATIONALS IN RUSSIA WILL BE REPATRIATED NOW MOSCOW, OfoV Accord- to an between (he Russian .BOYler government and the British government all, I'titish nat.o'naJs, Jncludmg tics' In prisc-i, will be Imrnn- Clately repatriated, Parting last Thofe remain. iuusl sign a paper chat they do so of their own rolittou. fj 1EAIJ4JS PAGE KLEVE5 18 QUEBEC OEMANDS FINANCES JAPS WON'T SUBMIT RACIAL QUESTIONS TO NATIONS. LEAGUE Oct As'omted Oapsngse office .cabinet.wfe'nutvdlsposed-to sjumit tho wualli? questions to the. League ,.ot according to the Kokumiri'Shlmbun today, In Ihe-jtfEt the time Is leered Inopportune 'on accouSt'S'df 'iuo'Callfornia compli- cations, in the second place it de- clares Japrftt da.Jt.-s fojm.ilutala the theory that the League of not sufflcientjy strong Ib settle international thus to forestall any attempt by the league to settle the Shantung question. The .this problem is mei-ti ig opposition especlail-' trim :tuo dlploaraUo-'adviBgry and that final decision lias not "sell reach ed Edmonton Girl Applies For An- x nulment of Made a Mistake EDMONTON, Oct. at 14. and deserted by her husband two years later, were alleged to be facts on which aa application for uulllly ot marriage on behelt ot Helen Swift was based in the supreme court be- fore. Mr. .Justice Walsh oa Wednes- day' morning. 3. A. McCaffery pre- sented the applicatioa informed th.e. court.that in. I'12 'hs young woman attended her Bister's weddjug as--brldesmald. Apparently the mar- tial pro'ceedisss. proved iufe.tious for the groom's .best roan proposed and was promptly acepied Ine marriage took 'be girl giving her age aa 18 The husband., John Snift, 1 was charged his wife li 1914 and is nov, stated to living in Winnipeg. Oct. there should be an immediate Investigation Into tho finances of the Dominion o! Canada iFoolball Is now ihe demand ot the'Quebec assocla- tlon, it was announced last night O all in Beltsacy and Fragrance Gcogranhic Board Chnstens 'Peaks and Lakes After Dominion Honors ALBERTA CATTLE FOR GUELPH WINTER SHOW GUELPH, Oct. the first time in the history of tho Gueluh win- ter fair, which Is to be held this year oa December 3 to 9, Alberta cattle will be shown this year. A number of the prominent breeders in that prov- ince havo .placed-.their stock In tho hands of Alberta Agricultural Col- lege officials who will bring the stock east and exhibit it; MANITOBA "DRYS" WORK HARD Oct. "dry's" campaign to carry the liquor referendum at the polls will cos around to officials ot the temperance forces announced to- day. Rural constituencies havo been asked to contribute The re mainder will tie obtained In city. The ministerial association, has pledge J5000 to he obtained through the churches and tho W.C.T.U. has promised to raise ?J.OOO. Twenty can vassing teams'-h'ave been appointed to raise the tho funds. Teas are noted for their strength and richness. Red Rose Tea -consists chiefly of selected blended with the finest Red Rose Coffee Jfa ground. i CReerful heat where needed _ A Perfection is a portable i j radiator that jou can put any- Where jou please Strong and 'ir'it }ou cin carry it iron room to r 11 -Kith perfect safety N J t t i. and Spring, a Perfection i ir bun ingjUnnccessary coal ij. cheerful, coiy warmth insr hen, you need jt Saves in-.wnter, too. you can run tne iurnaco r low for general heat and then get comfort heat from a Perfection. Coal is hard to get'and hijh in price. A Perfection Heattr will be heat insurance this Winter.. A Perfection Oil Heater radiates ten hours of cheerful, comfort-giving warmth on every gallon of coal oil. Over in. use. houscfurnisbing and departmental stores sell Perfection Oil Heaters. New Per- fection Oil. CooVfitpves and Perfection Water I Icalcrs are jiiEt as wjdcly Used. Sec them, too, at the same slorc, Get! a copy of the hew'Perfection Heater folder. During the summer the Geographic Board of Canada lias given to a largo number of mountains new names, has changed others and generally has en- deftvored-to classify unnamed peaks, lakes and rivers. The list which' has just been receiv- ed 'contains one hundred names. It has heeu the policy ot the board to give to these places lus names of sol- dlefo. sailors and airmen who have distinguished themselves in the war, while noted engagements have also befen remembered by the hoard. It has been an" established poliby with the geographers that BO farvas possible the nomenclalu e should'be concentrated upon distinct areas, In this v ay tho naming would attract inor'o attention than scattered in Isolated points. Following this idea the survey" of the interprbvinctal boundary between British Columbia and Alberta, which is'now being done1, lias proved to.he a fruitful opportunity for placing memories of the.war. The majority of the peaks Included in the lists arc located In the Koole- nays and amongst the names are to he found. Mount Abruzzl, feet; Mount Bcatt'y, 9841 feet; Mount Bish- (1300 feet, and Mount Joffre, llf 3LO feet. _, Mount Coriwell is the name given to a peak on the intorprovincial bound- ary: after Jack V.C., the boy hero of the battle of Jutland. IJatlles 'commemorated' naming peaks include Courcelette, St. Elol Klanders, Arrae, Cariihrai, Kemmcl, St. Julien, Freanoy. Festubert, Xlons and Qiieant. Among tho heroes of tho war remembered are Craddock, Macdonell, Sir Douglas Tyrwhllt and McCrae, and. other lakes, creeks and rivers are named after members of the govern' ment.survey staffs who lost their lives In the war'. A n'linii'er of creeks and lake's have been given' new names and one is BelV tributary of the Naas, after Ue'uL D. P. Bell-Irving of-Van- who explored the upper Naas tho war. He was liillRd In action and Is believed to havo been tho first Canadian officer killed .in the ar. The liat IB comprehensive and now names are being added from time to time. COMPANY, LIMITED V ntf rn nrf '.704 nnini'niantt l OJJTAUIO Contnrlffs t ion Lit e -..........MntHt. -MONTREAL, i JYIHN1PEO, AfAW. PRINCE BROUGHT MEN- BACK FROM AUSTRALASIA The return of the Prince of Wales has created a perplexing problem. Tho Prlnco brought hacli lo London with him a good-sized menagerie, and the question has arisen as to what is to ho done- with the Prince's pets. It. seems thai every tribe in his father's Dominions Insisted'upon-pre.- souting him Tvllu a living token 6f iU' esteem. The Prlnco also wanted to keep souvenirs of his hunting ex- ploits, wfth the result that the good ship Renown returned with a cargo that'would'do Juallce to'the London As a matter of fact the collec- tion of yqiing' emus ami Australian lioars brought hack by the Prince are to be the only specimens of tlioir kind In Europe. lieslclos several Ions of live stock" the Prince returns wllh carloads of presents, mostly consisting of carved. carved pipes, bark canoes! Maori carpets and door mats and silk j pa'amas. I The Maori tribes gave htm an elnb- carved flagpole, which they asked the Prince to hoist over Ills j royal "hut." START VOTING TODAY ON PROHIBITION ISSUE I MANITOBA; EARLY POLL WINNIPEG, Ocl. flrst votes in thr proliibHIon referehdnrrt in Manitoba will be cast tomorrow, night when advance polls will ho opon- ccl for the benefit' of railway i res, sailors ami commercial travellers. miy be out of the city oil tho dntij' of llio general .polling. Ther4 aro four advance polls, two of thciq ,Iii Vyinnlpeg, ;'i i Oon Monday rolling booths In the I tlly will be open from 6 a.m. lo 0 p.m.'! while piilsUle, the hours will (J HOME Is WHAT WE MAKE It CAN make it attractive or ComfortaDle or A home to .be proud of or one that _ j. care little, about. It all depends upon how it is fur- Small boys anil new flannel ahirU shrlnl; irom If the home is made attractive beautiful furniture and appropriate, decorations it is a pleasure to live in it. If care and thought are given to the selection of the individual pieces so that ease, comfort and rest are secured, the home meets the needs of. the body and of the mind. If good judgment is used in choosing furniture that will make the home beau- tiful, artistic and interesting, the owners VJill hava true pride in their homes. Give >the home a "Personality" in its furnish- ings and it will create a greater and truer love for the home. We fail in our duty to ourselves, to our children, to our friends and to our country, if vJe neglect our Homes, Canada is past the rough anoV common pioheef period. Our homes should be made worthy of the well-educated, pro- gresiive ancl prospebus nation areto-day. We can well afford tofur- ,.nisn pur .homes equally as and attractiyely as. those of Britain ana Glance atonr a living room.. I ou can nave just as attractivs and rest- fal a room in your own {limiture in it is all.made in Canada. To sit in tlui deep, soft Cnesterf eU or in As bij armchair is to know teal comfort Bud aat- tentment. The jmall gate-leg table.attKe side of die Chesterfield provides a[ liandj! place for book or two end adds a note of interest to die room. Trie large, handsome 'latla, tke ippell- jelected bookcasej end sofdy-oot cred lamps complete en ensemble rftat is artistic and beautiful and tKat reflects the of the owners. Such a roorri is a joy to live in end one to be justly proud of. Tliere are many other of fttrrrisrimg die living room that ore just as interesting, just os comfortable and just DS artistic 6j the one skown in the sketch. In fact, room in the housa cart be furnished in that result in making trio home more beautiful, more com- fortablc, more homey, Are you fully satisfied vJith your home? Wouldn't the money you might invest in netf furniture for it be repaid to you many1 times over in tha extra dividends of comfort, end pride it bring THE HOME FURNISHINGS BUREAU Bank of Hamilton Building Toronto, Canada Home Furnishings Bureau dee; not cell furniture or goods of anp kind. Its object h to promote o greater interest m tha furnishing of. Canadian Homes. Your local dc-alcr be pleased to gMe any information you about suitable furniture for y'our home. ;