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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETUIWIOGF- DAILY I1EIUUX TUIDAY, OCTOBER '24, 101U soul hoor bore LiJ, lop.Uly. or .uluvor o: Auyoi'.e who will Jo A vuu-s vo studying on (he KiHoi v.iH j liibiuon Conclude who haJ ito ile-1 For sire for i: 10 be h-it! legally, ii.ij n as much o' a erinruv of bavins withes n lame r-ice witti LUI lion, niul Kyi Ix'iny iu favor oi v.ii. tho referendum ballot were four i vision oilier three r. Andrew JontlSOn buccuniuS every porsou wbJ voicJ 110 im ihe (jues- to Heart flo thtf If evor.-1 don. An-ihor ivh-i- along aud s. and would vnTi1 in Act, which woulj rosk-re ttu1' syetom I tlielr votes rounl tbree volea In tuvor imijority tboso priur to lu enactment. woulj volujof ihp wots, and nine votes In fuvor iu (-IVIT of pro- yes on a.i'-4 not IHMUB in; of ttip ;t majority siv votes favor ol tLo vrovitiuiis or ihe other. in favor ot the The lurgor the LIT iiisi.uu-o: A voter was in fivoi iiuestioua, he wouU vule no on vole, the treuior nujorily wtmKl bo for 4. wJn'cli proriileJ iliat I ihcro. Aiiolher voier cooies Mhe Urys. Can it ho claimed tbat the mult liquors be if in fnvor of Question whlcti I result whirli has leeu clearly shoivn, ihroucM Liser.ciej.. proTlJes lhat light beer be soM Ihrousb.; the will of iho voter.-? Itonesi ally he wuulj vote jes ou this (lues- IK1 voles yes on [people do not wish to rule or be i this tuicsilon, and noi In favor ty a rf of other ihiee iiuestlous, he votes no on llieni. This be coiHluutit! luJeliuliL'ty. but II f'Hrl rTlllirP-__I lirliTS Lk-'ui it L 111.1 ua. i A-I-ivi .T i waif a auti VUlit inariiutifi." uui .auuic i. illicit ja OniJirio lo ;TJ [he is in uvor o( Onoftlan N'o. 1, which Mi not lifLVssary. Ilpro are Ihreo vi Curlers Organize i hi'oiiion. anj woi-c 'n f jvor Pi oiu- ni' is a ol [be Toniptraui.v ers, flll are opposed 10 vrohibltloii, a ballot. Yours Iruly. 11KNKY UALV1N. Farm inJ an average ot {617 voarly. TOHONTO. Oct. Prlvalo rccclvcii litre yi'Sltrday jndlc HID Inaclo by tlio board mcroj on L'5, reiiulrius ndvlccs -ite tbai ot com- n redue- lion (9 the L'rlce of porK products to tho low Is prevailing on Much 10 ot a year, go Into effect on Nov. 1. without tUti modlficalloQ urged Ly I he packers. H la tlated lhat IL< board tueeUng at Ottawa has decided uelther to rescind tbe order uor tu make any modifications. This wonII mean thai tbe prices of pork prtxJucu wholesale omsi be cut from two Ilfteen cents a poynd by MOT. 1, and retailers would have to suit or be dealt with ID a elmtlar onki wLlcli woulj bo made by the board. {From Our Ccrresfoaafni) CU'iREHOLM, Oct. We are 'Tery "sorry to have to report (he death erf Andrew Johnson ot this place, under very sad ctrvumsisuces. Mr. Johnosn, who Is a bachelor, retired ion Sunday night apparently tn Kood Upon calling him Mondsy inornlne, a workman who was going (o do some worfc on hip building, be- came suspicEous of something beins vrong. and forced an eairance througii !a window. Mr. Johnson was found dead in his bed. having apparently died from honrth failure. Tbe coroner from Macleod was called and gave a rerdlci o[ death hean failure. O. J. Berp. who has been In Quebec for the past sis weeks iQEpecling hay for ifie T. F. A., relumed this week, George Carney, oi ihis district, li moving his her! oi ca'.ile up 10 Na- he has secured feed for the tinier. Curlers Organize The Claresholra Curlin? club held annual ineelms last, and arrangements' ior the cornin; eeason were rnade. H has been the 1n- leatlon ID hulid a covered rinfc this year for staters and curlers, but oa ao count oi Its crop conditions it has been decided 1o lei the matter rest until neit season. J. E. Mofiait has built a race, trarfc on the MoiTat property aijoinlng town and it is expected ihat there will be Eomethlng dotas all the time there this winter Louis Norgard has the Norcen farm, west of Claresholm. Altin Swanson, an old timer ot Clatesholm, who has beau llring "in California for the past two rears, is visiting in this neighborhood. There 'are several parlies ot deer hunters Ceiling tbings in shape Tor the bpeniDg oi the season on the first Hunters Get Goats Ed Matb.ews and son, Slim Nelson and Ray Wllhile relumed for the Hills this -weeK. alter spending 10 days huntlns goal and Bheep- Yfaey brought home two goats and a 5heep and re- port a Tery good time. DiBlrlcl Deputy Graad: Master Stan- Icy, of High River, paid an official TlElt to Calo LodgeT Av-.T. and A. M., on TQesdaj- eyenlns. He accom- pimled by Secretary ThomEi of Hleb River Lodge. The" larmers who had cattle rantf Ins Ihe hills west o[ -Limdfcreck have sot Ibe cattle home and hairing .small number that are still missing they have been very con- siflerlnE the dry. season. Creal Interest was. in the On- Irlo elecllQBs and lie; dope on same was greatly npset There were parllflE in No we vtio went erep so far aj to have had the nerve to give the Hearst government 70 seals out of the 111, and two oi those parties haTe gone Bp to the bills even two weets he-'ora the hunting season opens. Canadian Girls in Training Also Enjoyablle Programs