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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALB TUKsnAv.rocTQBEn as. Tbatlnfluenc 3Rer, Mr. Jones Makes State- ment on Behalf of the Dry Organization SAY CAMPAIGN WAS VERY CLEAN No oae appears downhearted today over the results of yesterday's pro- hibition vote. The dry forces in Loth- bridge are elated over the provincial results and at the same time consider they pat up a good fight in the city. In ail official statement Issued on De- half 6t tte dry committee by D Jones, the madoi that tlie light in Lethbridgo was the clean- est experienced the members .of the committee.1" Comment on'lhe streets and offices ot tho city today takes tho form of questions.. The usual one is, "What government do now? An- other question "Was the majority large enough to warrant the govern- ment, making the province Several business men this rhornibs discussing the vole pointed Out that the majority for the drys was-cut in half this election from -one-In 191Q, 'although the women were given the vote. Continuing they argue.d'. thai the'fact the other three provinces went' dry might have sufficient influ e'nce on'the provincial government to persuade them to make Alberta bone drr. 7-iany men consider .the riexi step in Alberta will be government FriiK Sick, head of the Lethbridge 'Brewing and Malting Company said this morning that the vole was noth- ing; to worry abouu He, opinioned that there will be some kind of ar- rangement uinde. When acqaainted with tbe fact that the the drjs in the province was in thf nwghborhood of ten thousand it seem ed.ib lift a clduil from liis mind and he exclaimed, "We don't need to worr> about tlut." He expressed the same opinion wheu.told ot the.results In Saskatche- wan Manitoba.': V Minister Gives Vltvis When seen this morning, Mr. Jones, the oranlzer for tho city cf Lctli- bridga dry forces said "The people may be trusted general- y io: give a clean verdict. Eacb.ol tho four provinces voting yesterday gave-a substantial majority for the iboliiion of tho power to import liquor into the'bouuds of the various prov- inces: voting and in' one case the vote was entirely The vote this time is not pearly so clean cut or so as that'of five years "ago. Many who voted dry then, wore'pot so sure as to their intentions lfy of dry's handicaps'. Some' consid- erable publicity was given to various statements which. were'ruiBleading. One wMcii- many people still accept U' by certain pastors "in the Crow's Nest-Pass some weeis a ent conditii GUARD AGAINST CHILLS Simple Precaution Against of Cold aad Damp, I .CttHirate the habit of of hot cube to a i before going out in the cold or damp. Such weather is a tax upon tie system, and the strengthening 'and warming powers of the concen- trated beef-goodness fortify you against enls consequent upon com- that ed go that they.believed .the pres- ______ditioh's v.'ere wo'rsVthan were the conditions- under' the open bar. This was blazed far and wide and ot-all I could do by franfc and.open denial .was and.Is still cred- ited. to "consider that the men responsible -for. the statements had no knowledge'of tie actual condi- tions under; tie open bar, that they were not.residents there at that time, but accepted.thejri verdict at Its face the B.C. Vote Effect "Then'the.report that British Co- inmbia had'gqne wet made spine pause and change their minds. Some think that this stampeded many into vot-1 ing wet. whereas many dry workers j m this province would have welcom-j ed-the referendum believjng eovqruineut control will make for bet- ter conditions.' -'Sometime ago several ot the bootleggers told it out that they vote dry and some were .inclined ;to. belidvo tlieni. As if men who are living lies can tell the truth. However, tbe dry forces fought a, clean battle .and if any! TOJed with- information own fault'.entirely. ..v____Lethbridge In, 1915 "Five years ago, Lethbridge gave a wet majority of 326 and only recorded a dry in.; the city. This .'time, two city- polls'gave'.a dry majority and taking the south side the dry's have a majority of 3C. The, north side went wet by .a majority of 246. Every dry vote was brought oat by tho Writers who were very If tha uses of Oxo are new to yoa, well organized: -This was true of the try a fan of four cubes. Oxo great- most Ot the city as the following re- Jy improves gravicE stews, or i port wili indicate; sttttfs, and is a delighnnl, sustain- 1 jijnjrs' Hall percent, of the teg and appetizing bcvciage It is registered persons 'voted. :r ing and appetizing bcvczage excellent children Bejnlar users of Oxo prefer the larger fans of 10 and 50 cobes, Msing them in many different in place of meat. registered So per cent, of lbe> registered persons voted. SO per Cent, of the regis- tered'-persons Toted. CentralSl of the register Hei sleepy head upon tlie pillow falls, Qvei Ker diowsy eyes, the eyelids creep, Tired of her play, her teddy-bear and dolls Healthy, content and {alls asleep, U. S. Shipping Board rejected a bid erfaant for board, made inrw IfUlflLlllUUiV of for the liner leviathan. The denied "th'o r.' bodford Close, X. W. S. Ball'-appeared: for: tlia, plaintiff was.mlstaken for a heir by a banting MacKenzie'i for jthoi.defeit corppa.nlpn and'sbpt and. killed.' SfinvHor Biscuit Temple S4 per cent, of the registered persons voted. CourUand 73 per cent, ot the regis- tered.persons voted. fvo. 1 Fireball cent, of the reg- istered persons voted! Total for the city S3 per cent. "The forecast indicated Unit :the dry's bad 079. votes they could rely up- on and ibe remaining 1466 were either vet or doubtful. The dry vote touted but some were, out of'the1 city, a few were top sick to be removed to the polling boasted that they had lied a's >txj: their inteu- tions. They are welcome to their unclean soul. -We congratulate the wets on their clean .fight, if we chit call it.n fight; certainly wo have never had a cleaner battle, in an. election than characteristic..of this referendum. "We deeply appreciate the courtesy of Judge Jackson who as presiding officer of the court of re- -Vision gave us '.every consideration and all tho information ws sought, and also the.courtesy of Jlr. returning officer for tha district :wfio played square and though busy gave time lo -points. "But as much I by the dry workers all over.1 the It took'us some Jime paper. The mc-r, but when we filling the are sorry we were city." Votes In ED5IOXTOX, and Calgitry. unlike thft'-large cilies.bf the_qthGr pile.d'. up: ihajpri- ties 'of over a thousand :iii -each rase against allowing importation of lio.ii.or lo continne. Ixjtbbridge.was the only city iu.AI- herla lo give a wet majority ami it by only 210 votes, while Cardston, the Mornion centre, .gave 3S2 for the drys and i for the wets. Edmonton wont dry by a. majority of Tho tola! number .of voles cast was out 'at regis- tered. .'Calgary went dry by majority. East Calgary voted-wet by'.3101 to 2961, but West Calgarv voted dry by 3181 to 3S37. Good Impression on Local Electionji Few Spoiled Ballots Women with the exception -Of those given the franchise in the war time election ot 3917; for the first time, in Lethbridge not only exercised Ihcir franchise. but .took an. active part in elections; in' the1 oDpoitimity the rof- erendnnv yip plied-.-; If The Red Rose Tea package with the blue label contains tea of a little finer quality than the package with the green label, which ii so well known in Weatern Canada. The blue lajbel sells at a few pound more, but goes farther in the curi, Try a sealed carton with the Blue Label, Red Rose Coffee h sold oftly iii the sealed air-tight Red Rose Can, woman is as tho sci is" to "be, then .she .had it tendered .to-herflu good measure and plenty :iir tha" way 3 she herself not the] duly of poll clerk but in the way the sex recorded their vote. 'Judging from a single example, it may.be said Ihat.j in-the spoiled ballots woman responsible for one of them. case a woman vctor, entering one of flatlor.s, "took well over flvc mifpitcs in hey ballot men Vho was ful- .ofiitc.of rnade.up his mind thai here, was'a spoiled bal- lot, lie watched for this, and to his surprise, be it saiil, there-was not a single spoiled Irailoi in that parti.ctilar Eiib poll. As poll clertis the verdict-Is unan- impug that the women, who. fulfilled these functions wont at'.lb'eir lasks in a very businesslike mariner and were of raiilcrial holit to .the irien noil The men in the" polling stat: ions'also speak of tho consideration of the women pop in allowing them to smoke, generous nature of the women has bcenxinncb com- meatod on. Tho woinrai nulsido the-pulU were doing tbeir bit in :i workinanliko man-1 iiw voU-rs to the poll !n P cars. In particular cases .hoy were irt Ihc: active-interests of ;he a little bird whispers' thai ail the onion in Lethbridge did, lot vote dry, Inn there'- were those: who considered it their 'duly, to vote, wet. In fact in tint, ot the oarlj j made Ih 13 saidj that seven "wou "n bal no hesitation'! In IctliiiK Ihc that thev irfrj tended lo vote wet. .1 RYLAND'S MLE 25 extra special high-class arid exclusive dresses. No two styles and made from the finest -materials, as At the spfjrnl utingi1 61 th" DiS- Irict Coisrl, hr Inntf hcld7 the of FecbiT vs. 10x05 T. hich iamo up OrT- Monday afternoon, the ncit sitllitf Or. Tuesday WfimlnK the -notion in Kepler vs. with tho matter of costs to be con- siclercd by tils honor. In' tins case the plaintiff, Harry Kepfi'lcr, w.is EUing Kdwr.nl A. (Irceno 'for 'the sum of S128.S5. lioili parties aro farmers of New Dayton. Tho plalnCiff claim- ed (hat lie was allied by the isfcn- duTit to go on his I'ann, nnd by verbM agreement he proniised, If he would do the work, that ho slipuld havo tho front 75 hens which he told wcrn all good layers ant! tho milk anil buitfjr from four Cowa, togetlTcr ;vi1h a month, tho defendant to iln the v.-orkrbf hauling feet, 'etc., while Iho pfafrillrf looked after Ihe itocX. ntc. The plalnllff claimed lliat a misrepresentation was made as lo loving qtlalltles of the uml the milk producing capacities of thr> cows, in that tho lnt> ler were nci.rly dry. lie forther claim- oil that an sgrciimeht hilil berti como to boUecn hinunlf and the defendant whereby lie win to a month CHlNEvSIttCS 'v; Some are; embroidered W.'ith silks in un-. iiial anjct usual Every Dress in the Assortment on Sale at We have never in our history made such' a tro. memlous reduction ,011 dresses. Our styles and quality are well known to you now offer you these dresses at than the value of the materials, Regular prices on these dresses were and EVERY ONE At HALF-PRICE oif these garments extra. 'No goods No; exchange.; No, approvals, and no refunds. Come-early choice and biggest selection. Every Sale ft Cash Sale RYLAK0G -.-and ;