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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHfiRIDGE DAILY HERALD Xetbbrtbae Derail IctbDrlOjje, Hlbevta i DAILY.AND WEEKLY- Prewritten and Publlihen THE" LETHBRIDGE' HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED ttt Street So'jth. Uthbrldjt .W. A.' BUCHANAN and ilinaglii Director Join Torranca Builue To'regard'them lu ana- logy with members of the'Civil Ser- vice [s to regarding the rR; is fosUKm tb'btt' (T-oltiical i how jhe has Jhe nrincipie_of public ownerehip. v THE_'PRE6iqENTIAL ELECTION. H appears' that the coming the' States will Andlt Bureau of Clrcowtlou. SubEcrlptlon Rates r Da.Dy, aellvered, weeic......t .39 Deily. mall, per year........ 8100 Dally, by mall, for 6 monttu 425 by malV J moatha 159 mall, per yew.....LoD Weekly-.by mall, per year b> t.UO PASSING OUT OF THE BOARD OF COMMERCE TheVe will-not be a sigh of lament tr.a tear shed over the news of tho passing out of the --Board of Corn- It-was practically snuffed out by the violent brieiis' of popular in- dlgcatlon over "its notorious sugar order, and, truly, its end n-as sweet and: becoming. Board of Commerce was one of those institutions which mean well but have a strange manner of eipress- Ingviheir meaning. .Upstarted with the Idea of being a popular body_and finjshedi.with being' an exceedingly tmpbpulaV one. No doubt in the 'ex- perience ot Its .career, if we are to credit what has been brought to light, greatly hampered by outside If this is true this alone Is .'Justification enough lor. its dis- appearance. The present Board was revived from the aslies of the'old, but its existence had nothing of glimor of the phoenix about it. The "course ilE. present members have tak- resigning after the sugar inci- one which any self-respecting Board could not help taking.. experience ofjtlie Board of Commerce "serves to show the futility of commission's appointeil by :'tba gives solid Etonnds for the belief that they are so many back doors which the Gov- ernment has shrewdly made available exits when it comes to a point of getting out of responsibility. However, the Bcapegoat in. this par- tlcnlar has' beenViiriven into th_et, wilderness.- by, pop ular, orjjnlpii, and It may .wa n d er tU ere f orty years'or :_4yer coniing back, so far as the public is con- cerned. to a great "measure .Jtought over.'the League of Nations, with tae famous Article X: In tbe covenant as the bed, rock of coaleiitlon. 'A new pbase hsi come campaign in tho an- nouncement by' thirly-oue of. leading inec In the Republic that they intend to support Senator Harding .as the surest way to bring about- thQ itry ot thi United States into _a league of nations. The Indefinite irtWe-ua" Is worth noting, as-.sh.ow- ing that the neei) of a league of nations Is considered not the League, that is the covenant os propounded by President Wilson with the clause that has been consider- id so obnoxious to some, known as Article X. Amongst the names aro tho'sfe Henry W. Tatt, and- Charles Evans Hughes. Ei-ery. one of the men bas been an active advocate of a league to en- sure, the; peace of the world, In' th'e'contfoversy over the League it will be remembered that a majority of the Senate voted to ratify tbe CJfJ.R. EMPLOYEES AND POLITICS President .'Hanna, of ;the Canadian National naitways, lias ordered that pone of the employees of .the ..Goyern- menj railways ire to take part in politics. This is a ruling which has been'-made with no particular thought given Ip democratic principles, in that It practically means banishing all em- .Plojjees in these railways from inter- estand participation in the affairs of the .State, which Is disllnctly the -jtrajichlse of every citizen In what may be considered exceptional circumstances. .The rule of political conduct laid flown by Mr. Hanna for the employees of the 0. N. Ft. has no doubt origin- ated in the fact that it applies to ttembers of the Civil Sen-Ice. But ihere is no parallel In'the two cases The.only argument that can apply ti of the Civil )i. their being ;debarred, from taking part In -politics; Is the fact that they a'r Intimately connected with Govern dent departments which may be sai'_ to come Into tho sphera of politics. This cannot bo said of tho National Railways; To say BO be to deny the principle laid down in cb nectlori with these railways, that.they be kept distinct from politics But the very fact of giving them the tame atmosphere as that of the Civil Service denies that this principle Is accepted, in that it Infers, In the em Jiloycea 'being prevented from taking part In politics, that the railways can bo politically Influenced in the same measure: as the Civil Service. The [rational railways are a national cern In which the railway .employees hold the same national Interest Ptliers In tho Dominion. Not being degree regarded as being capable of being It can- not bo seen where It matters In the employees taking part In politics. There should be the same spirit In llie Mr. Joe Hoblnspn, who. fis-.rns. ed one mile west of Ivwn.for several years ia holding an aocilcn tale of bis machinery arid fa'fge Block of tattle and horses 6n the instant. Mr. Robinson Intends lo take his family on an oxtWed visit to the old country as soon as gets'in shape lo leave. A grand masnuerade nail will be Itclrl In tho .Odafojlowa' ball oh i tho 29lh of Ocloner, to celebrate Hallow- Oroat preparations are being MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920 GREENVILLE, S. FOR A COFFIN X-.MU, 4, JVH if, telegram me; If you ain't, send teJegrsua received here re- by a negro, John Col- PICKED UP IN PASSING 0 It T H B B U S Y MAN v----, U05W, Julm v. Kitchener, Ont., has a population Una, from another negro living. of vymauviu fore. the frosty weather comes.' When Mr.VE.' ifew residence on Premier Oliver, c! 33. C., says he voted with Toe "drys." Sir Bam Hughes opened n recrea- tion building lu Gait, as a O. W. V. A. memorial. Ice cream .manufacturers in, Chi- cago say the five cent Ice cream soda Is comlug: back. Hon. E. H. Bronsori, prominent lumberman and for s, number of years member of the Mowat government in dead at Ottawa. Five women are candidates for the U.- S. senate in the November elections. v- T. C. Ward and wife were both found dead .from, gunshot wounds at Red Willow, near'Grande Prairie. It Is believed to be' a'case of murder and suicide. London visitors.to Port Stanley in- dulged in bathing in Lake Erie on a record for that re- sort for Christina 14 years old. was instantly killed by her 16-year- old brother, Charlie, in Ottwell, 7near Wiartbn. Peter St. Clair McGregor, promin- ent reald ent of''' the' Westbourne, Man., district is dead. He was the first mayor of .Gladstone. Rev. W. Gaetz, of Woodstock, has been invited to go to Park Street Methodist cburcb, Chatham, Oat, tdi succeed Re v. Dr. Da n iel, who .will probably go to Woodstock. Advices from Brisbane, Australia says thnt it is "now certain that the .Queensland elections will give the Government a .majority'of fonr as compared with twenty in the last par- liament. It Is Imperative that Aua'.Atl'a ap- point a representative to go to Wfltih- ington to develop trade relations and place Australia's point'of view before tho United States government when necessary, declared Sir Joseph'.Cook, minister of. the treasury. The village of Vienna; pigin coun- ty, was the home of the parents nnd grand parents ofTbos. 'A, Edison, and the great. inventor. lived -there for a time himself .when a younsster. Ho is now establishing his Canadian manufacturing headquarters at St j BUILD STORE AT WHBNTHAM (Prom Onr Own Oct. 8J. Walter. Kockecback has moved his house on the foundation an< carpenters an busy building on an idditlon. J.' Hall Welch has the foundiUea and.lumber commence tu- pente'r work (or Us'new store. Two -or three of- now OcL 18th, aad up which would have been completed U another week. Mrs. U Bacnallv'tke tWBsetuee or- A was at Patience aehoolhooM Tuesday evening-, Oct. 13th, and at Wrentham on WeiniMay.' Mr. N. L. EHIpoo wu Im -BiffiontM last week-end looking alter'tntetwi of the. Wrentham oooKlWited school. The furnace at the Oweei aekodl. house Is working titere wOl be no more conclalnraK wrth cold feet In the school'ipohi.' Darrell Perkins 'retnrned to' brldge.where he aciool. alter spending the-week-end aad Thanksgiving with his .parents. Mr. and Mrs. GrifiUi.were in the neighborhbodjiift-f STUDENTS IGNORANT ..--v. 'Agoirr- CHICAGO, do knew about Absatanrf.The Craig Stewart, ot Bt'Lulte'B Episcopal Church of Eranitoo, asked that question ot two hundred students of the Noribweetem university. noranco of the Bible is Dr. Stewart said. hun- dred tbere'were who had ever heard of and abnt IM who could tell me all Rath. about Babe f ApDolto atreet U-hearlng completion, and already.has the appearance of a Teiy. .When finished headnuarten this dwelUjgV-vviu cost in the'neigh- Thoraa5 ln the same county borKopd of and will bo one of the finest in the country Jebnslon, nho has bfen nep been visltlne-rplaltvM S a' aeaistant. president of the a salary ql f a year. Before en- terins the- he" ot cattle ana from .Vulcan last wns member for South Cape Breton was member for South Cape Breton in the Dominion parliament, Records For All Machines No matter irhat yon hare, so Jong aa yon use a steel or needle, tho Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG" CATALOGUE FREE It yon haren't a machine, boy a .Mason fronTus Easy payments if deilred. KftSON S-K, Balmoral The Homo cf The Satisfying Smoke THERE'S a world of satisfaction in a- pipeful of OLD CHUM Tobacco. It has that mellow richness that appeals to every smoker. You are sure of a long smoke-an enjoyable smoke-and a thoroughly satisfying smoke-when you fill up your pipe with ;