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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY; OCTOBER THE Suggest Central Training School OTTAWA. attting of flrst conference Is techni- cal edocXttoa skoMd a ofiulBpu de- sire on tae part of all represenUllies preKBt to co-openis ftllcst in And Ins a common for the velopment of technical education' in Canada. 'f, The earlier part of the day's -yrb- was detbteVJ to a discussion of the broad-question-of'tho training of teachers for technical education. The discussion 'centered eiitetly oa a proposal to establish a central train- ing Institution to The function of this training school Ttould be to train all the vocational teachers, repaired In. the various prov- inces. 'Cindijjates .1or tralnlns would be followlai ifura is tme of the c instltatmi, First, the" Dominion government' to provide the' cmllil tn'tmto ft nt Wf IB (MJIllle fotm, wVcfc an emtlrety new effect t for coukj, chat v caaUia lo- ata, whldk1, when npon (OTWVC, tassMdUtely torn into c, and are bf down tfce air Oa their ionr- Uwr Modie tt. UflaBcd and IrrtUted brooctUl walls effl ienrSe'fiopiBent'' ot technical; ed.uca '.Dominion'1 Is ,an .desjuate -sapply of-specially traine and skilled "Wieners, and that i then 8 a very. giqall.nuniBer of th'oroushl rained vocational "instructors In a! t'eproTlncesr'It states that the wbr >r training' these teachers can be dot more economically and efficiently b Bter-provlnclal co-operation b ndependent effort. i; Showing th e passage of re- solujlon.ithe to forward coplw Stit'he re- questing them, on behalf of the con- erence, to co-operate in to the-reiolutton. In-case.slx or more of the r provinces signify .their willing- ness to' p the ne cessarjy leg isla lion in to the secretary-fisi instructed .b'ast thermlnister ot to secure the co-operation of the federal gov- ernment It possible.; It eeems IfSciJy ,'iat, the Conference ,4 technical education .will. conclude bnt It iyill bo followed tomorrbir'by a further conference on educational statistics, .which has been urangad by the statistics branch of ___ _____ article, i ii the fuftf, It (wltk ic, I par, return children of any age on Sctjtt'sEmulston It is nourishment in strength-giving and, growth-pro mot- ing jubilances. oronto, Oat. PAGE ELEVEN F Gives Instances of Men Going Long Periods Without Nourishment the trade and "com- long'hunger glrike of :_Mayor Swlney. of Cork has caused much'dis cussion here as to hb'w'lpngjt Is poss Ible for airoan to fast. Socque has told the: Paris Midi-that the rec brd is 63 days without food set b William Granier in 1831: had been sentenced t death and was-confined in the priso of said.Dr. Socquet. "H .had a horror of the guillotine and t save himself from death by that ii stmment determined to starve whic he did after 03 days. "JIany .hunger-strikers have live longed than could have been ho went'on. "There are the case of Tanner, Sued and :MerlattI the la er of whom starved for 48 dnss whil e lost one-quarter of his weight. or tells of the .case of a worker wh was Imprisoned- in a'mlno for CO daj food! He lived three days a er bisTdsctte and 'died as a result ielag excessively fed. Many luniUlcs bave -food for 20, .30, even 40 days. 'No-rule can he established as to ength.of time, a man can fast. His endurance 'Will depend upon his pre.v- u Caused It Burning, "Mr tut came out In Hole pte- 1 that were aore, and I them andjthm they ttnied -llalo fcalM, casslac Dncb diafifmt- mart. ThcikiniiMMUiiy that I britMBd k by aoatch- inr. The bntnlnf fierce, nd I tad tuaoy rest- _.. trouble lasted rcii before I osrf Cudeon Soap and Ointmett, and after oalng three cakei cf Son imd two boxes c( Oiumcm IwiUled." (Signed) W.Bjrrni flu Btm Qoe., HOT. 23, Hate Codcsm Sotp. Ointment and Talcum ycot daily toUttpnp- intlont. TOPEKA, Oct. 2 H J Ulenj announced yesterday thai, he would propose a law to the next legls- alure to, prohibit trading In grain fu- ores In Kansas'it thoj resent Inves'tl boards' of' trade provo that :he. prices of wheat 'and other farm products have ibeeh.manipulated. said h'e is now gath oring Information to show "comparative fluctuations in wheat prices since trading in futures was resumed will figures'for the same period in 191! fen wheat; were not traded f.This information will be furnish ed in compliaricE with the request o President. Wilson--who has ordered Investigation ot trade. HORSE' RODE ON AN ENGINE ELLiivilJ'tB' horse: own ed by T. Keliaway, of this city, wa picked up on tho cowcatcher of an engine on a C.N.R..freight train and carried the train, was stopped'the animal hopped 'off" and' Van away, though tadly hurt. ffitter Attjirks Anticipated By Supporters of Both Presi- dential'Candidates NEW YORK, Oct. several tbouautd aniZtdates for'various federal tat tate offices are'devoting the kia t the plectlon'; cam pal sn to wfclrt- wlnd of oratorjr, election offleltU are usy preparing lor.the actual tesistra- Ion ot the vote's on next Tuesday. A federal, election In Ihe United is vastly, more complicated mailer than a.'jfoneral election ill Can- In almoBt eye'fy district there j're'scores: o.r different, ofllces to be illed and the "United States voter who lists each office must good deal of perserv- ;Blectlon "day Is a holiday .brbuEhoni the.United States so that no voter can' plead lack of time to make the .various crosses. In provIduB'eleclIons the hard-boilec party man could avoid the toll ot gof'ng :hrbugh the yard'or moro of ballot by voling a "straight ticket" A place jolcg for a cross vblch in dicaled his' desire -his ballo fe r- al I o f: one or. other., o York- -.and a 'nnmter oilier'Btates i "couif made it tor tho'voter to "put his cross opposite every "najne he'.wishes to vote fo ami 'has thus" 'eliminated liis short cut. "The" participation of'women vote In this election will entail a great dea of extra, work, t Greater care has t be taken In tbd 'selection of polling places and provision must bo made for a greatly Increased .number, of voters. In Jersey City barrels are to be used as ballot boxes because the ordinary HnllSn boxes are eip.ccted'fb prove too small' to hold the ballots that will be cast. Thore afe. indications this morning that the closing days of the campaign will bring out a Series of bitter at- facts'by. the supp'orlcrs ot both the Republican' and Democratic presi- dential canildates.v- toe the words suntcicnt "NoAlmif resented tote. Our MAGIC BAKING POWDER f roller, made: strong appeals to .the government, to withdraw the measure. Premier Lloyd George defended the illl which he declared was not intend, eel ns an attack on trade unions, but absolutely necessary to "face, treats of the-railwaymen and CHILDREN LOSE Goverrimenl's Emer- gency Measure to Meet Strike Conditions Stren- uously Opposed bus hla :constltution and ipon his splrllual condition which Is very important. It is well known that a starving man may Increase his en durance a great deal bydrinking Oct. Three, young children of Nich- olas StupensW lost their lives In a fire which destroyed their borne three miles from liana SasV, last Frfdaj Tbe LONDON, Oct. opposi- tion to the government's emergency power bill, giving the administration far-reaching authority in-the event of a general strike or of. was anticipated in the house of commons IN- FIRE L The measure entered tho com- jmlttee stage oi conslderatloa and the Woodford Close, of Devon, N. B.r was mistaken for a hear by a hunting companion and shot' After efab trrt v en di there fe thai on coin tttl'tng. A cool and ft ffprfnltk ot Itorli a at eotnfortl TTitt ft why ot mn Mirui Tale, Whttirr It rp to tatfl, iafltt ftr4 (Wn'fcrt and cnhfiiiw' y Hatli are for tad Ulk r Q s b I of IM PIC When Shots Were Fired From on the Grand Parade CORK Oct along the Grand Parade one of the p .oroughfares of this city, rown into a pan'c last night when iveral- shots were fired from" a' rhlll- ry Iprry far as lere. were no. casualties. It appears the car had turned it? earcfillght on the Sii n Teln club Oiice and a large number of people d the'lna- line. The; occupants-fearing act. fired and tlie-crowd7 scattered hrougb' streets In the business district i the-city. Subsequently.'the streets almost.deserted.; Soldiers who; ere riding about the city fn lorries ad previously nlopped a number of rivate aiilos tintl searched them anil iclr' occupants, for'arms. eported one person was arrested.. Armed men stopped tho afternoon lall Strain running from Cork .north- ard today. Tho incident occurred at Blarney, and the mon covered the rairi'crew with revolvers, searching cars, Apparently- they-did not ind what they wanted and later allow- d to proceed. More Reprisals BANDON, 0ct. prlsfils occurred here Sunday even- ng when men said spldiera Inirn- :d a large hosiery factory. Hundreds if terrified people over- night in tho outlying country districts, One Killed In Belfast BELFAST, Oct.' JIcLeoil was shot and killed yesterday 'after- loon 'during a flshl caused by the Bis- pjay'.of Sinn 1'oin fiagS; .-The clash oc-. curred ili the cast end of the cltyj Housekeeper Shot GALWAY, Oct. is keeper of a public house nt, Athfinry, was shot and killed at his lome. Ejimday ntgpl by raiders.after .he latter ,had accused him of complic- ity in the murder of Frank M. Shaiv, a Galway magistrate, last March.' Three Shot and Killed DUBLIN, Oct. men wore issued instructions for all to be present at today's 4 session of the house <-j In the house last night a motion for the rejection, of. the. bill offered by Wbi A'damsbri liboj-'leader' was" de- dren wereTleft alone in the< by ot 237 to 6 and the- hous'ejwhilejhe mother, was measure was. psfscd to second read in Dana.-..The.origin of the fire ing. Liberal leaders, incjud is unknown former Premier AsquiUt, J H and Mr Adamson bbor lead 4 and John Clynes, former food con rlple alliance to cripple our national Ife almost without notice.'.' Geo. H. Cashing, managing director of the U. S. Wholesale Coal Associa- tion, says coal stocks now on hand are tons and danger of 'ainlne this winter is entirely removed. SHOT BY HUSBAND, WOMAN DIES MOOSE JAW, Oct: Karl' ICavanaugb. who was shot In the back of the head by her husband on Satur- day morning, died'in the hospital yes- terday, never having" regained con- sciousness, Kavanaugh, .who .was remanded for trial uutll charged with "intent'to kill'.will, now be charged with murder and w.ill-be given a pre- liminary hearing, on. next Monday Delicious is tke opinion of all who have once tried in I! have not tried it, send us a post card Tor afree s ample stating the price you now pay and if you use Black, Green or Mixed Tea. Address shot and killed by masked men who were'alleged to ho wearing'khaki uni- form! ifere yesterday. Tho shooting occurred in tbc Thules district, one cf tho victims being Registrar of tho local .Michael Ilya.n, the .ylctlmS'Wasr'shqt'Whiie lying In hed, whore ho Ing fpr.-'a .week.-v-.r..'! It Is. ro'pqrted a, political Rrls'o'nf.r. In jilt MoiiintfJoy jrisob Is Jd.erillly not V-o.-'i'jyfe' TO REDUCE MAVY TOKIO.'-jppnri illjely to nub- scribe to, the.' Jljo ' siren jthiof nations "which" .lira mem{ bers o( the Lcasun of Nations', sfinlt bo' col dowii or their Increase In the opinicK leading clnlly, the Nielli Nlchf, _L Fit When you go for rubbers, be sure to'find the dealer who carries Dominion Rubber System rubbers. Then you are sure of getting the style and shape to exactly fit your shoes. Dealers who specialize Rubber System brands have studied carefully this question tif rubbers. ;They by experience that they serve your best interests by giving you these long wearing, perfect fitting rubbers, which are made for every'style of shoe womby men, ;women, boys and girls. Rubber Rubbers are worthy .products of Canada's largest rubber organization and are the best that sturdy materials and wide .experience can produce, .Wear Dominion .Rubber System; rubbers in bad weather atching cold, i sound economy AVhat.atiut the them. See that 6i ;