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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IpPARRPOtrft' DAILY AND WEEKLY and Puhllihen THE LETHBplOOE, HERALD MINTiNa.qOMPANy tlMITEIX i 6th W. A. BDCHANAN aad Manages Director JoJin Torraace Audit Bureau of Subscription Riles: oelivertd, weat J Diily, oy msil. per year 8.00 by far S months Dtlly, by mall, 3 months Wtfkly, bjr mall, year by mall, per to t 2.50 150 i October 2Ut Is a day which will lorever be asoclatcd with tho Empire, bespeaking ft tipes ,tha silent- power which has made !ihe Empire what it Is. It.brings home to mind the reality of sea power- which is Identified with the Empire's great- Bess. Sea power has testified to its value not only in tending to the safely of the Empire but In the preservation at Empire, as we'h'ave learnt to know- top well in the years of-siorm and stress.through which the Empire has passed. To those far away from the sea the trua significance of what sea power means does hot come homo Jn the measurer It does to those who are accustomed to_llve in maritime districts, but nbne the less the vitality and safety it gives needs to he fully sensed to be fully estimated. If ever there Is nn education worth while to- dajv it is an education m the true meaning of sea, power, ia Its relation to Ou welfare of the'Empire In our t inland districts, far from tie glamor and thBjassor-iation'of the ocean, ses j Its great significance (o the i individual, to the nation, and to the to be brought home" Take sea power away from the Em plre and it loses its right arm of will' degenerate :into a second class power, as has been the portion of countries who at the height Ot prosperity and greatness with sea power in their hands have now sunk .Into insignificance through losing it. Irrespective bf the reminder it brings of sea power, Trafalgar Day Jtands as the commemoration of one tt those-national events which act as in Inspiration In the immortal and tonneeted with dtttf iwlth wnich the day Ia associated Trafalgar Day needs to be a com inrcmorative day ia our-schools', In the lesson it teaches, and in the Idealb proclaims. OF SUGAR OfOEH. The action 'taken 'by the Govern lament, annonncing that the orderin suspending the sugar order .jiflssiied by the Board of Commerce is ( be maintained. Is an apology to feelings of an outraged public ,ln the Indignation aroused'oye'r the t order Pnblio opinion, as It founa from coast to coast, has been Justified ia this yielding to it There wan nn nthe'- co'.rsB open to ).the Gorernment than the one which has pursued in rescinding what be said to be unanimously re- t as an obnoxious order The has made haste to make amends The haste Is becoming, in made to feel that v the responsibility primarily lay with In the issuance ot the order by ,ji Board which It had thrf responsi of creating ,fi Tie sugar refiners, as it to bo ex consider that they are treated In that they at Iho 'present time, In conformity witli the of the order of Boird Commerce have to sell njgar which cost them cenU at 13 cdnU the ijilrlt of the order when It was :st Issued, they felt.lhat It was no justice that the pnbllo should have the losses they anticipated, the fixing ot the price of placed on the public. In the spirit It should bo only tnai public, which Is expected (o take the ldss of (he refiners should also a share In the profits which the 'iugar refiners made In a rising t market This la the true law of com with Juatl'o to all men, refiners and consumers is one aipoct of the sugar which should prove o( value ;ft has bronght to every Individual 'Jonie1 a fiscal policy means. It given OTory household the under that experience gives it is when the shoe pinches that it to tight THa (Isca! bolicy Jjifhlch Individuals to profit at lie eipenie of drhVftacKs." we have had some-nice hits in'crbps this year. Mr.-A. Walsh, who farmed near Nobleford, bought a farm 3 miles east from I'incher two years ago. ,In 1910 lie sold worth.ot crop.und this year from 140 acres of spring wheat, which lie sow- "ed on "stubble, he has sold and has now this land sowed with fall wheats Jim Kettles, about one and a, half miles north east from Mr. Walsh; threshed 40 ..acres of Brome GrfsS which will' yield him about 590 perj acre for the'seed'alone. So there you go! Old Pitcher Creek ii hard to beat .In Alberla. To'-'the', great regret ot a large', number of ratepayers who have been} very much interested iu the matter of a municipal tho vote vfas taken' on .Siturday last, but alas, the hospital was snow'ed under. It reo.ulr- ed-a, two-third's, majority to carry, but the parts' of tho for the three cents an acre, the-hospital proposal ikea whicn !St W'hen we remember tha't west, lo the Board Has Been Named to Deal Matters Till Straight- Out PINOHER CHEEK, Oct. The South Alberta Ilaygrowers tloa is sill! u'nder way, an'd the longer they Investigate the greater tha mys- tery becomes. 'Accounts have been rendered 'to nearly everybody wjio has done business with this company. A great "number 'of these accounts are disputed. -board beeu appointed consisting of a legal gentleman1 from lha firhi of Loughecd and Bennett; Calgary, who is acting for the board of directors of the Hay- Mr; ;John Kemmis, the pres- ident of ifie'Haygrbwef 3 company, and Air. who represents the There is supposed to he another OD the board who Js cbnsidered-tb b'e independent. The affalrs'dt (he conipahr are In a very unsatisfactory stale and owing to the way the books have been kept, the sreatest difficulty is being experienced in coming to a satisfactory finding as; to' the true financial 'standing o! the company. We have no' doubt the b'oard now sittlng'is aniious'to handle every case "in dispute fairly and Im- partially Insofar as this is possible- Me'antii ly Insofar me, Sir. C; fameron.- the late man- ager, has been removed to a sanitar- ium somewhere 'In the east. ________ __ moment. ian aWooranienf National, boundary, on south, ex-, fflent Th.Is Is the viewtoaay. UniEsa.thc 'negoUatJonbs aro cepting Jlacleod ami LeHbrldge. Wo Air. King held in the way he touched renewed, these accounts declare, the' have >no over, on irrigation. There was nothing to section of the railvraymen which gain- immense tefritorv, all thickly find' fault with what the Leader of ed of the organization .will .pro-' populated, surely the government will beyond that 1 Jir.Thomas'-aUltndD. as he of tne people should be irrlgntipn'tsBue. In'tts'lmmedljite conference giving-.1'10 sir-rematlaw." cation.. .That misapprehension' ltnPression that the pa comes It is trnsted hppn nvli'ripri' on Monday whether he had been defeated in the lo'take this fairly, com- been conference' and': a strike- n'ad been' and how brought, to him that tbs policy, In its Immediate need ed on'as a policy wholly and solely In It self, n ipsrt from s all other is'sues and not dependent oh the solution of irrigation I cided "on.'h'e-'fe id isiook Iuseii to discu NOTHING Ar; '.It this has' impressed'o.a Mr. King and his.parly and men and men May h'ippen to visit? Ih'en a great deal wil! hare ed'.in'lhe yalue ot such .visits, gatlph in Southern Alberta, generally viewed, somclhlnB to" apjprised anielioratlon.pi conditions to as circumstances may a policy ot immediate application. be'en eplled: ''Oh, bit re- ss tka question 'further. NOTHINQ ACCOMPLISHED, ON WEDNESDAY LONDON, Oct. The day brought nn new doveloptnents' in the strike, neither- side, of th j- mado any: approach to the -be put forth.for for Let .The bailol'is the greatestK'w'eapbn the p'eople 'have anil should be looked upon 33 a sacred trust, and the man or-woman v.'ho refuses to exercise this no outside ,It Is still hoped that tho advice on a JLet the of Wni. Brace, president of tho South people give them a.'strnight. answer. Wales-Miners'Federation.may event- ually lead to renewed negotiations; but it Is admitted that it must first be. adopted officially by the miners' tetecu- Is; not! five, which bas so far been Impassible, an-.33 the arc scattered all over tho'country. Welcome the Fall. Sugar drop's. The universal "F-jr this relief tiracji thanks." veel How Is that story you are pripar- ing for the Herald story competition shaping? ate ihe nses of adversity'' cannot .'.hi said to he to sugar refiners at the present tlmej _U will take ipinOj...trouble to ap- "preclate the" alatal.i'f mind of''the Board of Commerce in the laleat rul- ing of the Government. 'jZ' Once again we hear the familiar jingle of. "On again, off again, gone 'again, as It'applies to sugar order. Tho Government In maintaining (ho suspension of the sugar order of iho Board of commerce has removed the bitterness It aroused, .Today should bo wet day In the Loth- bridg'o Irrigation district, no matter what Monday next" brings forth, That sugar order would .have slood if tho public had slood for; It, is (ho polnled observallon of the Edmonlon (Continued from Front. ,1'asnT Th.e chicken Quito number shootihg Is''.now of'rour sports" PICKED UP IN PASSING O R-.T H B B U'.ST M A N Ing being moved neat Landing. The soli lei s' hospitals in. Montreal are to be closed and the care ot sol- diers consolidated ai Ste. Anne de Bellovue. Ste.- Que-'' reports fresh raspberries .and new buds on cherry trees, .and Whealley, OnU butter beans andf blooming Dorothy Buchanan, ten-year-old, MK.a'nd Buchanan, Point slrang'. led early, Saturday night and thrown into Bay. Charles C. ChaUiray, 61, hi- spector of land iurreyii for the Yukon terltory for fire retn' from tod member of a fira olUod at Winnipeg, was instantly Sat- urday oon when he was ctugal between the Ironwork ot an elevatoi the of the shaft. Instead of, their to campalrning many members of Con- are In WisMottoa, looking for a place to live. While the legislator! away this aommer landlords rented and sold Ithe apart- ments they formerly occupied. Thos. Cotter, a Winnipeg old-timer, died in Calgary. .Thanksgiving turkeys sold, at 70o a pound jln1 St.; Catharines and .75 oat Ha) if John '.Sheppard. of Grantham town- digglrig post holes to chat with a neighbor, dropped' dead. N. S. Johnston of Cornwall was electrocuted; on the a build- on, went out in the early hours and bagged a number, hot as a-irule chicken arc very, scarce. -.v Thanksgiving in the United church on Sunday last. Thanks to Miss nose Husband and .Miss Langley, with Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller, the church .''was beautifully decorated with wheat, oats and vege- tation. The rlmlr under the leader-1 ship of Mr. A. McMurdo, rendered! suitable music.-Mlsa Jacksoii prcsld-] ins at (he organ. Hey. J. N. Wilkin-1 alionlsls, howevrjr. claim, that when (son gave 3 suitable address. There i Fry, of Lethbrldge, are Pincher viFitors over the week-ftnd. Tho Plnclier Creek Curilng club scored a great victory and the defeat will soon be organizl'iife for the winter, ot the present "dry" act Is .conclusive.'Tlit. rink has been further Improved Rood Is- being final figures the'majority In was u large attendance'' favor of government- control will tclp.! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner, with Miss closo lo thirty thousand. Mod era- tlonlsts, who .government control of the sale of liquor, have MASON and RISGH "The Supreme Piano" better built at any price. Sold at "Factory to Home" prices and en easy icrms, Style Booklet Free.' Easy terms arranged. Call or write today.; The Hidden Parts Fit-Reform tailors are He 'die eflgineef. of great office buildiDg. They know that the beauty w5d permanence of the parts you tee, depeod on the ctrength and faultless woitonanship of the hidden 'parts. In the case of Rt-Reform_ Sdh and trieir graceful lines, their elegant appearance, their pcrrnanent. stiapelmess, 'depend on the intricale, painstaking Hand work of the hidden It is this hand tailoring 'which makes Fit-Reform'garments look so well and wear so long. Let us show you soine of the new flylea. IS) 406 Fit-Reform McKelyie McGuire All Ihe clllsa (he lower mainland .inti a and Vancouver'Island returned-' iooketl forward to. lo'fio'Ice that .pur majorities In favor of of[ Wo ciro the present act, the outst.andlng'snr-l esteemed j prise of voting nur i'inchcr Crcok -Echo, has been .JCiL recorded In this city of. honored by tho Alberla dlvi- 1U.176. Victoria gave (ho wets a nia-lsion of tl.c CaR-idlai- PreIs association jorlty of while Now their convention in, Calgary a few and Pnntfo Ituport registered' majori-! days njo. y.n. Dorfett was elected ties favorable to government as did Kamloops, Nanaimo, ferine and liossland, Heavy Vota at Forrtie al to The ngo. vice Uorrett was elec.led 'nt of this Important asso-intlon ,-ril at closing m'eel- ing was presented by the president, Mr. Wootls. criitor of the Calgnry Her- v aid. with a mnsnlficletit flower bnftidi fltlcil with choice, .yellow and wh'lto noie weather fntlay.haa hcon aifictor chrywntncmitms. Mrs Derrelt jaa .n a. very Inrpe. rpie onlcrlitfj] the Tincher CrSik Bcho, whjch the referendum, on Hie way, is one of (he oldest week- row on ftho statut.o book. or. Beyern-j lies oj-.the provlnc.o.' Binco tho fll-.ii.iT ?i af a" "I'crhallve; her, Imsl-r.d. with mr.rked ability o'clock tho number She Is B cast In Fern e had passed Ihe sorm) miinlty aw] and corn- in her en- "l limps may show coming In large numbers. mnrn z-M than rliartMtloii, we have orj, oul Hesitation in affirming shft is do- -n ally which uncertainty, though frir-nsls law as It now Momis feel IVtt mojnrily of the woman vote -p.-ill for prohibition. m r-iemcnt of. n wort and most heartily ro-.i-rs-uhlc hor on Ihe well deserved hrso f wish her many hippy ALBERTA'S HINTERLAND AS AN OIL FIELD west, with encouraging prospects for irccssful years n her responsible position. '-Another warning to grazing tres- passers for srazitig oh Dominion .The charges made by Mr; W. Mf, tuturo development, is si. P., re the use of the ships of the-brought back from o summer's invesii- est Jlcservo a permit, Alci vnMnvpnv .1. of Tnrid Creek, was brought thft In 'i I! "onderson, J. P., In I'inchcr the far north la nrohuMy the most frock, atid fined S2000' and promising oil In for hissVo.k to trclntls on Cro'..-'s forest Reserve. Canadian niercanllld marine for tho bciiefft of the suglr roflnerd, should not be allowed lo pass unchallenged by the Mlnlsler'of Marlne'i'nd Plsher- Crov.n.1, u siako, carp.ffir the iirosrctitjpn prosifif- ed in-. J. 11. urowti ftfrost reserve gallons In iSe Great Slave lake and Mackenzie rirtr districts by Dr. J I ___ ____________ br.ei' A PIHImlelphia woman dressed lle'r-' sr If in men a attire wten she -rfcntJlu MUIIIJ, ica! work north. pr. jifrcjlp, a.1 membErr ;of .llio scibntific of! Wlrtr-Uy lh'c ALBERTA 5 per cent. 'Demand Savings Certificates ALBERTA 6 per cent. Gold Bands Not You EARlSl But you earn butwhat you save that distinguishes you from H You may require a little capital' to purchase a business, a farm.-or a home of your -own; or you may wish to give your children a art in J It is remarkable how quickly your savings accumulate when inverted Here' you have' all the essentials of the highest class of investmenix-an unm- x-an u peachable security, high interest prompt payment of interest These Bonds may also he purchased through any ..recognized bank, bond house or Insurance Province of Albefti. v In the ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO, DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER. 1 W. V. NEWSON, Doputy Provincial Treasurer, Parliament Alberla. HON. C..R. MITCHELL, Provincial ;