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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE IJAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER ?a. She letbbribge Derail Biberta DAILY AND WCIKLY TUB PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED ttt tat Street 80'jth, W, A. jpntldut Director JoJiq Toman and quarts ot liquor ty John Drown the next province, under tho name liquor It l> true, but In reality only water. His books tor the purposes of satisfying the Inspectors appointed for tie purpose ihow. that this quail- Illy ot Uiuor shipped, but la reality tie real. gtutf passes out of the back door to the bootlegger. fwt, apart from any sentimental Do You Know? In TO-DAY'S QUESTIONS What and where Is Ihe Al- hambra! 2. What is the weight ot an ele-' phant's Audit Bureau DJ mail, per year Dally, by mail, tpr 4 (aoutij 4-J4 by I ISO ly, by malt. yiar i. 1-fQ ly, mall, per year to O.8. l.ut reasons, should have. Its appeal. the Interests ot the community trade ot the boflttegger bbould be aa Vorld' far as poulble killed. Tha doing away ot the export house; will at I any rate greatly help jn minimizing he activities of (he bootlegging trade. With recent Jccurrences In rnlnd, with :be active trade of the bootlegger across the line, we may well our- selves a thought as to the reascii pt :he establishing of liquor export in with it -pros- Imiiy to the border. 3. What Is ivory black! 4. Who was the painter of famous picture. "The Light ot (Christ preaching in THE VOTING IN THE- LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN. Th'a Jnterejf .which has been slown In getting irrigation by the people Northern i district has' proved rltiaif' to ibe a thoroughly genuine and wholehearted one in the splendid Benttrnent'Ehowq la faror or irrigation by the big Jority rolled op. Tbe tejt applied In the ele'ctiim'o'f Thursday, and the. -for irrigation" has pressed -.jn ail. -Syfi is shown -bj tha recorded on Thweday la one to which Government' 'turn a deaj ear, a. In'. yplurfle r the brla sing jot water ,ta tie land tc aid the fanner_-in bis calling by Industry by If there was of. feeling the popular. afaj it beats his now'been-fuljy' tensed It calls. for action and' immediate t ion on the pan of: goVernmenta authorities to giro effect people's will There" is.also this fact to be hprno in mind in the issue before us, that jn the possession ot comn'.oto autonomy with the liquor without, any interference from )mlnlo'n. authorities, In the privilege .which! iuter.provlnctal trade tbe Frov. with no nation- ality. the-Dominion 3. several, Pablus, out IJuntiibal. jn, his campnlsn in iigaibst' Rome, by marches, 'anibnscad- esl and wltnCu't com- lig into an open engagement. to miike whatever; iliuor laws the people to the matter of government control it so desired. As we have tald. In a previous article, It will gire the Provincial Government, In the autonomy which' will be be- llowed on it, power to say what liquor shall be' for beverage pur poses L0r U importations shall be pro- hibited.- The bootlegging trade is to kill, but with the stop placed ''on'- the importation of liquor It caijpt' but .te that U will be greatly 1 TH.C VOTE ON MONDAY. On Monday next the people of .Howefef we, In common with gthers...e8tiinatft .the benefits of tem- perance, jre, feel: that tbe referendum should; be Yleiredv in regard to Its that is the' glv- Ing'Jhe.ProTlnce' complete autonomy ifi the'; liquor qnettlon, as we desire It should haTe In all other 'matters, i Lethbridge and of this part pt Alberta ilong with the rest ot the Province, frill be called on to discharge a .res- ponsible duty ia catting their Totes the prohibition referendum which Is, to bp held on that day. The qnes. tion-whlch ve inaU be aiik cifle-on Is whether the lapqrtatipn the proTlnce, wUcli !l at a prerogative of the Dominion Uoverament, shall cease -and (hereby .lie sole authority deaUj'g'lwitS'ijw liquor question be Yes'ed the Prw Ylncial Government, so ;thnt: eijact leglfilatloa, ahould REFERENDUM RESULT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. With the vote on Monday before us the result of the prohibition plebiscite in British. .Columbia becomes one o] great iniersit.- Tha.questions put be fore tot electoral; for declsloa'.then were'Whether the. present prohibition law .shall: be. continued" the llqtibY traffic shall be placed uhde jOTerfjment control, wi will, whica ctncot be interfered i or buUIde That Is the sole 'and onii ltij However much.we may' apprise 'the ot temperance, the question, tyifore ai on Monday. la sot sio.m'iicli. a sentimental >a a practical. CO 4. TKe Isiaa, apart froro other cpntldeUHons, Is. shall complete Uquor question to make such resalstlonn aa the in ,afc with, wlates.. of. .the people of the Province. We emphasize the Impd'rtanee 'of autojibmy" of 5. Is WTiat and where are the Florida THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS Whal is a geographical Esr Ion! 3. What are Fabian tactics? 3. Who is the proverbial "Mrs. 4. What Is fixed air! What la a What are Pillar -Saints? fi. ANS..ERS A term applied to a tract of precedent an iuc'reaeo la tor :be men. It was believed the threat of railway and transport workers nieu to drive the premier from bis position, but to iuakc- it more difficult for him to enter into negotia- tions with the miners. Serious Condition Prevails Serious' economic conditions are al- ready becoming evident in some dis- tricts as a result of the miners' strike and there Is a widening circle of Idle- ness that causes concern. Drastic restriction of railroad And shipping schedules already has been ordered, and many industrial plants have been forced to ctoss owing to tbe lack of fuel. x It was staled this morning at the oflico of Frank' Hodges of the miners' union, that_ nothing was known there regarding any appeal for assistance to the ,international organiwtion of the miners. No efforts had been made to approach United SlStes labor offi- cials In connection with tbe miners' ptrlke, he added. N.B.DEAIS1H (Continued From Front Page.) "You can't hit my said defendant, vasshe sprang, to his feet, landing a nasty blow the nose.ol tbe witness, witness, who also claims two others gtruck him, bled freely. For a few moments wild disorder Ot all her statements, and the bank on which she might draw e'nt: for self-praise.- 4t Ca.rbonlc dioxide gas. 5. A command In writing to_a jailer o keep tbe person named in safe custody.- Also a for removing a record from one court to another. So called from the flrat 'wordTot' tho vrlt, send. 6. Or Stylltes. A'elass of Tascetlcs, chlotly of Syria, who'took iip their abode on the top ot pillar's froni which hey never descended, LIBERALMlER (Continued from %tTont Had Splendid. Meeting Hon. Mackenzie'King la his'i tiere tonight before an peech futility of physical violence. He said he, well, understood the acute feeling he wanted to deal justice to all concerned. Jle had been .In. tbo country for 40 years and bad' nev- er, seen any good .come out of viol ence. He. warned those present of the gravity of contempt of court, add Ing that if the offence .were rcpeatei he would maintain the dignity of the court.-. v Second Witness .Win, Hopker, A.P.P. .detective, was. tbe only other witness called. He sub stantlated witness ?omrnisgl6n For Buying und Selling Supplies Likely to Be Appointed WELtiNQ CHILD WAS POISONED ACCIDENTALLY RAYMOND, very, sad death was reported. this week by Or, Greenaway. baby of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wildest WeJUug. was accl- dentally poisoned, dying lie- fore medical aid could be ad- ministered.' FflBDERlCTON. N. B., Oct. i cabinet tneottug yesterday tbj Ne.w Uruuawlck government considered tUo appointment of a commission (o lan'dlo liquor supplies fti this prpv- nce. U Is uudorstood that It appoint- ed, the commission will-control the wholesale distribution ot liquor within the province, .replacing the present li- censed wholesalers. It' It believed that retail distribu tlon for medicinal and cacramental purposes only will be carried on through licensed retail vendors as at present, hut the retailers will be re- quired to secure all tbeir supplies through the'commission. The commiB- Blgn will be solely for lha purpose, ol buying "and selling supplies and will have nothing to do with the enforce- ment of the prohibition law. C. A. Magrath Tells Hot-Headed Yank Few Plain Truths Canada Never Asked U. S. To Pay For St. Lawrence Canal Anything Else NEW YORK, Oct. Intimations WRY Did. I out illicit trade in liquor." "Do1 yon this a moral or a business "ft Is a matter dollirs and iiem iimiguL ueiuie uu IVUIV.IE packed the Empres.5 theatre, made aj your, do erer us8 number ot important references toiBent1e art Ol decpi.l? roblems Mr. King, as lie Medicine Hat-meet-. Ing concludes the schedule for Alberta, took occasion to thank ..anew 'Business business, Mr. Harris." "Yes, business covers a multitude well to judge, Mr. Harris, lUUtl UCtAlSlUll IVJ llmuli iillun me' n and his colleagues for tbe the people pt obtaining irfal and liquors In sealed ages'' through' the uijderi what. 11 known aa the jermH syatera.- people ot the maritime' province bavejby. a substantial majority declaj-- ed that .the latter be the'ruling. .NVhaieyer-lnterpretation the result in Britlih may lend Itself to us there' Is'only one Interpretation wlilch JfqrcW I'aeif. It is this, that th'e .'people of British Columbia wero not. iiatlifleO with the enforcement hearty manner In .which they'had 'co- operated in 'making, the.- gatherings the success they bad been, and also the people of Alberta generally, for the evidences of enthusiastic good which have been apparent on every side.. He remarked that In course of .the four weeks during which he and his colleagues bad been speaking, nol- thoy'ha'A addredae'il many 'of people) ,-thBje had not been, either In the province of British Coliimbia or 4he province.'of Alberta, was the quick retort. The court then adjourned. the pro- iiosed St. Lawrence waterway Is re- sented by the people of tbe Dominion, today declared Charles A: .Magrath, chairman of the Canadian section of the International Joint' Waterways Commission project. Mr. Magrath made this statement at'a hearing'before tho commlsslou here'When Emll P. Albrecht; president of the Philadelphia Bourse, speaking of the "plan, declared that "If Canada wants this canal, let her pay for it." Mr. Albrecht's, .warning of peril'to United States Investment'in lha enter'r prise in case of war with-Brltaln-had added that "Instead of having a'new Mediterranean tbe Great Lakes would be another Black .Sea with a bardau- ij-1 ;j Mr. .Magrath stopped- the speaker jnd'with Tfgor'Said: Canadian people never asked anyone to build anything for them. It WINNIPEG. to apply to the federal governrneat direct for suspension .of the In freight rates were given Ington, K. C., legal representative of the Manitoba soyerpnjent, by Premier Norris and Hon. T. H. Johnston, at torney-general, today. B'Arcy Scott, legal representative of tqe Saskatche- wan government, now In Ottawa, hae wired Mr. Symington that the Boar; of Hallway. Commissioners, will no act until Hon..P. D.CarYeirreturns a.nd accordingly, he has applied to tlie federal government, for pension, of the- increases, Mr. ton. saw. A St'rong WINNIPEG, Oct. objection to tbe in creased freight rates was expresaec by members' pf tbe Canadian Counci ot Agriculture this morning at th opelng session of its two-day.meeting The couucil was of the opinion lha .he Kailway Board should not dels; of the freight cases ns'ordered by the. .federal gov crnmont, .any longer .than .the :end o present .rnonth... W. H. fitilOi, of Tiiervlt church, hat aetef ted i call to Porham." The 'Qp KeidE, UmiW are drilltui fact; -dawn :o{ tie (list- known' of But B. was killed bull.' The Metkoilit Natlomal- Campaigc lommlttee rwrta receiv- d to date out .of the aub cribed durinf, tie drive.- 5; quite disagreeable suggcs- .ions made iiiii a single unfriendly inie-tupllqn in all Snlendid'Average! for a Quarter he-meetlngs on tbe other _is__. n_ land tliere had been the most re- markable' of.' ap'ptoval "if.'tb'e at'tilude condemnation _if The. present government for its Usurpation of .the people o ;have a that was prop- tlie .as It to erly rep'resenliitlve, _iind a ministry Raymond's most prominent citizens hat recognized Its'responslbillties anil, attended- the and. meeting obygatiqns. to yarljarqent the at. tho -Majestic in honor ot.W. L. 3le." He doubled If a more conclusive1 Mackenzie King. -All were-raost .fav- nnswer could ie giyen-lo tte impres-j impresseil with the addresses sion minister report an enjoyable time at, the ProTlnce to. regard to the natural It is to munlmonaty that the Province should have the possesiion' in i control of the M Ihe' same spirit tte PrjoT- Ince In regard to afreeliandli .dealing with the ilqacr traffic have Its appeal luce (a to have thii complete aruoncAny in dealine with liquor ls.t.he'4iiestiori presented "and which the opportunity (or voting on Monday will give. The Dominion Government has placed the metier in the hands of the people of Province, and it Is forthem-to rscccpt or throw aside this prerogative In the -way they record their votes. Apart from tho true meaning ot the Tote on Monday, In accepting or throwing a B Mb the opportunity .held tortij for the. -Province to obtain com- plete autonomy In liquor regulations liquor traffic, there is this fact to le borne in mind, that In roticg "Yes" on Ihe question which will be before oil Monday ire shall at least Near- ing Competiiipn (From Our Own Correspondenti HAYJ50ND, Oct. 21rrSevprnl of ada hrf's taken her placif as a citizen pf the world and U'prepared to bear ler full responsibility." be eierclied. It cannot be denied that Ujls phase ot the question applies to Alberta' In the way the liquor laws Have 'been enforced. No blame by this Is intended to be attached to those who have tho enforcement nt.. the Liquor Act, They are greatly handt- capped In their duties in tbe way the Act at prescpl elands. cannot but edmit that the en forcenfent of the Liquor Act In Al berV is greatly prejudiced by the ei jVtenee of two au'thorltles'the Federal and the Provincial. If we'may a> put whatever the ProTincial Qovern- ment aspires to do Is neutralized to a great extent by its being unable to regulate Inter-prOTlnclal trade with- out coming Into contact with Dominion authority. The granting of the Prov- ince full and complete autonomy in the liquor traffic, will at least conduce to this, that it will have the full res- ponslbillty in regard to dealing 'With the liquor' question, rather than some- thin? Jn ti.6 way of a divided respon- sibility with the Dominion authorities in the license allowed for lha Importa- tion of liquor. WUh .responslbilly placed with the Province, with a perfectly free hand to' act in regard to tbe Uquor then, the Province will be in the' poojtlon to freely make what colleagues' itere'. ehde'avoring' to fos- ter that nver to un- rest, in Bolshevist and'simiiar movements. No Evidence oT Bolshevism He had' sueh riowhere" ovldence -if banquet. Mrs. W. S. Rouse" left last Satur- day for Los she wlll'ln future reside.-Her many friends gave her a reception in the Second Ward chapel Friday evening in; r Proletariat Will Soon Rule .Europe' y... TOHONTO, Oct. Bnglis coal-.strike will'be one of tbe mo momentous conflicts in the 'ecpnopi and political history of the world1 ai decide whether trjo .projetarl will toko over the reins of goveronie Can- in Bnglarji} and all other- _ GREEK klNG IS .v RESTING EASILY ATHENS, Oct. Alex- ander'of Greece, was resting eas- ily 'shortiyv before midnight last filghtr according -to -a bulletin sued by his physicians at 11 p.m. The king at that hour was in a calm'sleep. His temperature was 102. PICKED UP] IN PASSING1 FOR THH BUSY MAN, J. S. Dnrar.'i tonMr well knovt tlsen ot vmtort, died In To nto. John, Bailey, one 'of the oldest res! of Cauiptwllfort. died at tbi ge of 81 years. Hamilton am red by it-books.' Public Schooii af iy, kai Jo' ricfcst if 81. Revel- Mrs, John Brldgekurg, ose both eyes tijrpujt Ime. A prohibition' In Boston ba: been dlotllllui whiskey. A shoe worn by the horse of (Jen 'hil Sheridan brought IS at auctlor n. Chicago. countries, accordihgfto pressed at a luncheon of the Kmpl: Club, here tod.ay by Captain Roy. Captairi Roy'was'a. lecturer the University of Giessen, when the war brofce but, bill'rp.anaged. to get to England, where .he served on the Intelligence branch'of tho war office. In spealiing of the miners' aliike. Captain Roy.said the working men of the European continent Invariably lalte their cub from'those.'of England, and a victory for the British laborers would b'e followed by nn almost uni- versal upheaval. ALL GENUINE MASON RISC H Are You save money we dave twenty, dirfcfit factory stores in Canada. Ask for style Booklet. _ swim Balmoral Bloc4c anytblngot that klnil. such ahow, tneir o'f her as bad revealed itself w6s all In the! Reiiet society'and Bed Cross nature of Indignation 'Rt the govern- ment's usurpation of --power. Were there .grounds to believe In turbul- ence of any kind, would have. found at- .political gatherings. -'Ho 'thotlght that. Unless work. Mr. and Mrs. W. Fawns, recently of Stirling, are occupying their new home on Broajlway, receptlr- Purchas- ed from W. L. nouse.' really tipon A dlstrcssln cident', name of tho Oomlnfon, they. ter cease references 'to.' happened .lull ivuuii jinmir i_ipul-fell and fractured several jibs' and Sustained other injuries, lie was taken to Lcth- meihod.oi aftorcllsg.itlie. people thelw and a government of their own "choice. cotnpliBh one good purpose, and that ever the people desire one Is the putting cut ot business of many export honecs In the'Province far as we can perceive In oar own city, have grown and multi- plied' in the Provl n ce. There are honest export bouses which legiti- mately follow their calling, tovthe present regnlationB; but at the rame time It cannot be denied that there nre those who do not pursue an honest calling. 'It Is a fact with which, tte Provincial Police hive greatly to contend with that many of liquor houses aM and abet the Illicit and trade of the bootlegger. It has been welt catab- Uahed, tn the opportnnlties Inter- provincial trade that Uquor It supposed to be shipped Is often not John: Braitb, for the pur- of an example, can ship a thong- woy or the other. If we rleslrc a hot- ter enforcement of tho liquor regula- tions we cut off all excuses for the same not being applied in tbe exist- ence of the privilege extended to all and sundry to Im'port liquor, whether for beverage purposes or for illicit gain via the bootlegging method. If wo desire a bonerlry legislation we shall be-In the position to better ob- tain it than under present conditions, If we dosire an amending of tbo pres ent prohibition enactment, to over come any evils which wo perceive arc caulied -.through it, than In the solo power we give tbe Provincial author itles and (he sole responsibility with whjch we endow it, by removing any thing In tbe nature of outside control we .shall bo In n better position t what we arc niining nt. and social' 'It IB rue polUlcal but whloTi cmilrt he bridge for rnetlical aid.< Mayor U Pack anil family leave t the last of tlie month, for whoUy removed'by Pack ;and; children _ ...u n-lll anntl.l tllft n- in tar TnnVnT the winter mayor igbt which was theirs to. govern! will return to look after the muni. hemselves. through representatives BRITISH STRIKE (Continued from Front Pagol omorrow to consider the railway un- on's invitation to discuss the general situation. The .fourteen-year-old daughter q! r. and Mrs. Hcbcr Stevenson, who died suddenly on Sunday was buried yesterday. Dfsho'p .Janies Jleeks officiating at the Eorvices. The sympathy of tho community is extended to the family. Threshing operations are almost completed In this illslrlcl. N. Skou. son reports eighteen more days and the 0. W. Threshing week. Co. another Premisr In Tight Place TJDNDON, Oct. in tho liners' strike ami tiie walkout of railway and work- ers througbonl'the country ccn- .ered tortay on Jii Ilownln? Street, he offlcinl residence of IVemler I.ioyd George. 'Served with virtual ultima- turns by tho railway anil transport men to begin negotiations with the ministers loday on 'pain 'of fating n :ie-un of railroad and possibly other traffic on Sunday nisbt, tho-premlor was expected to make a definite nn- nouncemcnt of the stand .the 'govern- ment would take. s Decisions Not Publft Members of the .cabinet met last night and held a long scjaion.'bnt the decisions reached not made pub- ic. It was learned, however, IhjU one matter discussed was an apjuMl to tor a mamlala to sotlle the miners' strike. Inillc.itione of a political as well as an iiitlnatriftl.-crisis were found In tbo situation, it was declared, anil H appeared (hut'-labor bnd joined issue with tlio government in a struggle which might become his torlc. In Informal men prominent In tlio (onhcifs of In bor, tho premier hns given no hint of weakening or receding from his posi- tion that plefccs for IticranncnSttxil production nnrt of llio 'tnin- John Mcflwen of Delaware, ers' liemands la an tri- of the liyiuii Telephone company liuiial must to to as conditions a prominent dcM. S Mr. Davlfl_ Qalbrallh reports a yU-ld of 3S liushelB to tho aoro on crea. 0. H. Snow returned last- week from Salt City whoro he ftt: tended the October conference of the L. S. Ho reported conference news at the I'iret Ward chapel on Sunday. Tho Primary Slake ofTlcers were entertained Ht thn borne of tholr hon- orary prcsldjjrit, Mrs. 11. g. Alien. A pleasant afternoon WEI'S delic- ious' refreshments were i served-, C. .1. Hitler, locdl druggist, 'was a business visitor to Lelhtirldgd -today. Ansus Patterson leaves Prldny for Utnh. ilo will attend tho'agrlcultural college at I.ogsn, Utah, this winter. .Roy Kimball Is back at his old post In tho Itr.ymund Mercantile Co. The "Ilnyinon'1 liccorder" under tbo mahaKcnient or Browerfon Bros. is hfimg Kript up standards, though, inlts the genial smile and 'good will of the former eilllor. KranKo Steelo. Diiwnrlh V.'onloy, klckec) by a horse In the bead which neces- sitated slxlc'jn Blltchos to close tho iwonnd, is nblo to bo out In town lo its usual good tho. townspeople ;