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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR 'MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, She Ibevalb Xctblmfcgc, tUberta t. ______________ DAILY AND WEEKLY ihe returning officer 'n the count 10 ihe candidates nurkej as choice cm ihe balk'i tf-uvr at ihe suvctsslul candid If ihe sec- ond choice receiws mere ihjn the Dumber of voics for his plot-- ihe cnndiJace marked ihirj Proprietors and Publishers THE LETH6RIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lcthbriogs W. A. Buchanan President and Manacle- Director John Tor-ranee Business Manage TELEPHONES Business Offfce............... Editorial Oftlce 1252 (choice and so on. To quoie Mr. Hull, I; :he 15 LO', comyjci-'l ite candidate at tiie The poll is eliminated and the secor.J pre- ferences marked pa his ballot erred 10 their ivyeeitvc can- didates. If the elect -on is Etlll lu- iho candidate wlfu ihi attest number ol Totes is aga'tn Huiinaied and the preference martc- pi) on his ballot papers disLribuieJ D the same manner, the process con- Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Dallv, delfveted, per weefc .....f .15 Daily, delivered, per year 7.50 Dally, by mail, per year 5.00 Weeklv, by mall, per year...... ].5i> Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. Z Dates ot eiplry of subscription ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers.after expiration date ia' our authority to continue the sub- CANADA'S CALL TO HER PEOPLE ducing by distribution of prefer- ences unill the whole cf The required mbers have received a quota and ara declared elected." Let us imagine there are can Ladies Hold Successful Shower War Veterans Give Concert (Continued troiii Vnmt that miny men were returning ti> work daily. British Comment Oct. news- ipers give a large arujmil ol space to ine America! 'labor crisis and com- Ihe Victory Uian campaign which starts to-day places a responsibility on tic. people of Canada which they had learned to seuse and had learned to respond to in thosfi days that are I happily rast when the Great War was on, Bui though we hayo been deliver- ed from a mighty menace through the and eieri'ons we, in common .with Ihs ol the Empire al ILal Ume, made, there is still a call (or ihe same undtEnayed determination to see things through which, is the reason for tbe present lo'an. There btill the same call for patriotism to .which we -have been accustomed to '.respond, though it Is in another shape. Canada showed her Independent EQirit In the war tatlng a part ia It without being content to see others ,fJgbt what was her own bailie, in the .battle that was the Empire's as a though none or the parts could .have been forced info it against ils wdll. The present loan, could have L been fiofmced, it necesajry, from, wilh- oul. It would HBTB had to have been falling other methods lo obtain the needed. There might have f been 'additional levies in the way ol ;taiation, but Lhe way I'D the In Icrests of the Doiniulpn acd Its people 'has teen chosen. An -Internal loan, with corresponding profit io those who invest in Ihe same. is the best way of obtaining the money for Ibe present needs of the "country. In this every one can, a part In contributing. I' the com- mercial side or It is regarded, Its value as an Investment may Le gauged by the large sums already Invested by fin- anclal Institutions. The reasons for the Victory Loan '.are by this time well known. It re mains for the people o[ LetLbridge 4 and the district to see -that they arc not left behind by the other commuci ties when the final results are coantcd. didates for three seats, o( whoru A. U, acd C belong lo one party, and X. Y. and Z to another. Oa the conclusion of the poll the balloi. papers would be Forled Into heaps or files, corres- ponding lo ihe names against TvliJch the figure 1 had been, marked, and in this way ihe number of votes record- ed for each candidate would bo ascer- 1 tained. Let us assume thai the re- sult oE the sorting is as follows A Is marked 1 upon 1801 papers and, therefore, has .1501 B is marked 1 upon 350 papers ami therefore, has 3aO votes. C is marked 1 upon 300 papers, and therefore, has 300 voles. X is marked 1 upon SSQ papers, and therefore, has 520 votes. Y is marked 1 upon 500 paper- and, therefore, has voles. 7, Is marked 1 upon 229 papers aud. therefore, has 229 votes- Osrn TAHKK. Ooi. Fred Powell, who for len years has been a resident pj Taber. lofi on Thursday for Van- couver, where she will make her homo a che future. Her Tuber residence will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. o.r tte Ilank of Commerce. llev. E. P Hishop and Mr. H. H, Hull, both ot nr. sent itic Murk of ihe Alberta Social Eon ice Leaeue and especially iho ChiU Welfare department, in Ihe local churches on Sunday, Nov. IClh, The Methodist church will hold their ann-versary chicken supper on Hal- lo we'pu. On following Sunday. Nov. 23. the Rev. Mr: furrell, of Medi- cine Hat, will conduct the anniversary services, morning and evening. The Literary Society ot the Taber school is planning a HalloivuVn social for October The peopln are ad' candidate being successful and Till IDS tj carry out Ibe above and principles of the Labor party, he pledges blmspit to resign on Iwo- tblrd majority vote of Ihe parly mem- bers and that his undated resignation be placed In the bands ot the execu- tive. Cheaper Coil In regard to the municipal] cat ion o( coal, Mr. Peacock stated that It would mean thtt Ihe ordinary citizen would get his coal at the price ot which rarisons are made with the present jwas the price at which Ihe tuluera situation in America and industrial j obtained It, Instead ot having lo pay events In Great Uritaln since ibe- Cirsl'as he was UQR' doing, for two of the year. lions. The chair was taken by Mr. Donald McNabb, Convention on Nov. 7th At the close of the meellu? an eiecutlve meeting was held Ln which the matter of the convention (n he callsd was taken up'. It Transpired that delegates from the Barbers' and Helall Clerks' Uulous would un able to attend on Saturday. It wus subsequently decided that the date of the convention tie Friday evening, November 7th, at S.30 o'clock. A number of those present "The general resemblance is remark- says the Chronicle, which sug- gests some profound underlyiog rylhin lu the causing ot labor unrest. The Daily Xews reuurks upon iLe coincidence of the strives in the American bituminous field an- nounced iho same day thu ibe miners in Great Britain began iheir campaign for nationalization of mines. "While lite American miners are aiming at a reasonable improvement In the standard of living, this colncl- dence is a serious one." says jhe newspaper. "Trie-Imminence of'the lnc Labor and -t Is labor conference al Washington hus that many more da a dlreci effect upon thU object, as-the E0 lu tne neBr Th'o Ubo--------- conference will be able lo rfteogulio "W-Mrs waxing strong, ihe urgencv of tho problem and find facl brauc some policy to iis solution." cnly formed a few months ajto The Herald, labor oremi, says: aiembersh'p ot ?u and at the pres- "Tho second Industrial revolution Ionl tlmc Ul5 the sfity is now taking ptece. The Tlrst Used io gather In their pumpkins be- Prived a man ot'hls individuality and raade him iiart of a machine to ir.aiiu- V-r stronger locals have boen orga-i- i7Cti at Taber and Coalhursl. Total nunners of i.OOO. Total number of votes As there are three seats, the quola is one more than a fourth ot Ihe total fore the above date. M'ss Hunter, matron of ilie local hospital, is in attendance at a conven- tion ef nurses being held iu Iho city of Edmonton. Oa 22iid. a Daugh- ter was born to Dr. and Mrs. A. Jlaiumnu. ,_ The Rev. A. C. Ilryan leaves Mon- day 10 attend Ihe Alberta synod of the Presbyterian church meeting In Knos cburcb, Calvary, the samt eve- ning. A suoiver In aid of the Taber hos- pital was liefd ou Friday afternoon. October 2-Jth, in ihe home of Mrs. J. J. llourlgan, at wh'.ch a large uuen- ter of ladfes were present ;ind many generous contributions received. Tea was scrreu by Mrs. Maynard. Mrs. Pnrltous and "Mrs. Watkins. assisted by Mrs. Wildman. Mrs. Mcivbtaney and facture profits; the second is an or- gan'zed movement to re- slore individuality, insure a man Ihe results of his owu labor and of-his master's machine. That is the ex- planation of the American unrest and of simitar unrest In'our country." (Continued From Froat Page.l vited for the nomination of candi- dates for the commissiouersliip and school board. The Platform The following platform was adopt- ed: Mrs. Furman. The ladles concerned (l) On account of the present lorm desire to acknowledge the following [of commission government for the city gifts and lo thank Ihe dor.orsr for JJie become a close corporation, the of the votes polled. case is aud tiie quoti fore, 1001. A. having obtained more than the ecessarr quola of votes. ;s declar- ed elected. U wQl be seen that A has obtained twjo quotas of voles, and his supporters, in Ihe absence of any prch vfi'o'n for the use of his surplus votes, would not obtain the full share of rep- resentation to which they ore entitl- ed. The next step is, therefore, to sorplua voles in accord- same: 23 talh towels, 4 roller towels, j lime has arrived when a more demo- The total In this I js uand 7 surgeon's towels. 20 icralic form is. necessary aud desir- ,a Js, there-i dish towels, 2S diapers, 14 hoi water bottle covers, IS babies' binder flan- nel, 3 cards safely pins, 5 outing Ilaa- (2) Therefore.-we trie Labor parly Pi-oporlional System of Eleclioi Used For First Time On Saturday DBRXE, Oct. class par ties will hold a majority hi the Swiss parliament if reports from th election held Saturday and Sunday continue fo show .their present Irene The Socialists will probably have..3 seats, instead of 19, which they lioh nl Extraordinary luiereal was taken in the balloting. estimate) lhat from SO per cent, of In voters went "to the "polls. Tho adop place before the 'electorate p[ thisilion of the systeai com nel bands, 1 baby's gown, 2 outins cily a candidate pledged to the'.follovr- flannel barrow-coats, flannel barrow-Jing program: coat.-l flannel blanket, 1 flannel ki- Ihe ciiy charier be niona, 2 piecei; of cotton, -I yards out- jnmendod from the-commission form ing flannel, a yards h'uck government with J2.00 cash. a manager for all departments. The held Ihetr first sacred in -ihe event of thn concert of tlie season in the Hex thca-' Ire Sunday night and, despite the incle- ment weather, a goodly crowd ivas in ottfcndance. The Rev; A. C. Bryan plicated the counting of the ballot and the exact .results will' not known for some. days. acled as chairman, ,and, lijc following eicellcnt program was rendered: ance wllh the wishes of hia support-1 "O by ers. These have indiraled DD Ihfi ballot paper Lo whom they desire their vote to he transferred. It may be assumed that the result of the opera- Lion waa to 61S of the surplus vote? Lo B (a member of the same party as 132 of Ihe SOO surplus votes to C also a member of A's 20 of the surplus voles to Z. votes transferred to Hie severnl candidates are added to those already obtained by them ar follows on Nov. 9Lli. PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION In view ot the interest being taken j In proportional representation and the possibility that it may come into be- Ing in-the near future, U would be .veil-that Ihe public obtained an in '-sight into what.this particular form of means, That ibe majority should rule is the I basis'Of a democratic form of govern- menf. As represenlalj'on noiv Elands '.lrls evident the, majority does not iclually represent the majority in the one member for each con- BUtuency. Proporllonal representa- at ihe abolition of single me'mber: conMluencies and creating cotistllucncIcB in several mem- bers' will be.relumed. In this way vhal Is sought lo .bo obLolned Is a repesenlalion of all classes of cltl- bodies In proportion to-.thelr BlrehgLb. Thus Ihe Interest, of minorittca arc. not only safeguarded but majorities, are made Original Transferred Voles Votos B..35D plus U1S equals C..SOO plus 132 X..S20 plus n'l plus nil Y 500 plus 20 equals equals tquala equals Tolal 90S 432 S20 500 2-10 Had any candidate, as a result, of the transfer of A's surplus voles, been raised above the quota, he would have been declared elected and his surplus distributed in (he manner Just described. In this case no candi- date, as Lbe of the transfer, has obtained the quota, and there are, Miner's1 Parid; selection', the. baud; solo, Song the Angels Miss Keeley: solo, VMy.'-.'pbd-and Father Labor candidate elected it will kervc as a in an date to tbe cily com- missioners Lhat Clause 1 ia the will of tbe citizens. the Labor candidate be elected he month flora taking office bring ajuolutiun'or reso- luL'ons lo have the charter amended as per Clause 1. (he charier be amend- While selec- ed to give women equnl rights with tion, t'nv..bead; seamen, so thai iromen mzj sit In lection.'-the bincij find Safo the Kins- [council chamber. .The neit-'Eacred cpQcefL'irin Ve Ueld the Ilalian Professor Upsets Accept- ed Laws of It Oul Yourself HOME, Oct. theory of iion (or _ab- sent voters tr> as in thu case of railway men and .travellers who may be absent an election .lakc-E place. there be the substitu- tion {n the requirement of a proper number of names oil the nomination papers In place of properly qualifica- tions or deposit in Every case of can didature for public office. the lime has come to municipalize the coal and milk supply as well as light arid water. therefore, the candii take steps, if elccl__, ._ .__........ two common utlllllei municipalized on the basis of from ten to fifteen per didate be pledged t( cicd, to have Ilicii cent, gross profits. the nel profits from gravitation has been attacked hy fessor Malorana, who, speaking before gathering of prominent scientists (and orphans in aecessitoiisi cir- tlic municipalizing of coal and milk lo be set apart as a fund lo be used o render adequate assistance to par- hure tnilay, declared Lhe resnHa of ez- periments he has perfdrmed upset the hitherto acccplert laws of physics gov- erning the motions of celeclial bodies.- Newton's theory, vhile hJlherlo con- sidered ia only an approxl cum5lances, so that ell may attain lo the highest standard of life. the eyent of the ICKED UP IN ASSING FOX THK Windsor la Belling anthracite coal t its residents at cost. New docks costing (30.000 arc be- b'uIU ai Aruhcrsiburg. A copy of Ihe treaty with Austria cabled In the House ef Com- ,0115.' Tbe Tele phono at Ixmdon arc titling at JIO.QOO extension lo their ulldlnE. Godson TV as arrested in St. oho, N.U., charged with breaking 11 to a drug store. Ceo. K. Herman, Halifax, has ac- epted the position as editor D! Am- crsl Dally Nous. Sergt.-MaJor B. Houghlnn, of Cal- nry. was accidentally killed wben luutlug at Okoloks. Dr. John -Mactay V.TIS Inducted aa rincipal of Manitoba Ulvluiiy Col ege al Knoi Church, Winnipeg. Thes. FJetcher Is suing Geo. R. Vetmore at St. John, N.H., for Iho ilicnatlon ot his wife's affections. On ihe by-law lo Install .hydro- leclrfcity in 320 votes vcre registered for anil 13 against. Testimonials were given, to Iho 54 Qdlans'who enlisted and wcnl over- seas from Ibe Capo Croher resen'fl. Cordelia J. Myrlck, aged S3, "was married for the Ihlnl lime to E. J. Blackmer, agert 67, at Amhcrst, N'.U. A ivarranl has been issued at Snr- nla for (he arrest of F. Gulglcmto, who, 1L Is allceedj stabbed G- Korrau. are said lo he taking whiskey Inlo the Teias oil fields by airplane and selling il at a quart. Commissioner, n. D. Waugh, Win- nipeg, was awarded and costs Have You a Dead Piano? I some homes the piano Ij Bin-ays silent because) (hosu wbo plnyeil hare goae ChsnKe It lor a MASON RISCH PLAYER. PIANO which will give you any Kind ol pracllse. Wo give you Iho best tra'JIni; allowatico and sell at "factory to home" prices. BUY VICTORY BONDS Homt of n a Bult ngainst W. U. Best, chair- man of the Ilrolherhood of Locomo- Ive engineers of the C.N.IC. (or de famatlon of character. New Elate income tax In .Vow York Includes all gambling winnings aa Income, eubjecl to luxation. A, Hector, SI. John, has -been ap- pointed port agent of the Canadian Gecoral .Merchant Marlao at Ilall- fai. Hurdlers blew opon safe at Ibe C.K.R. station at Qeaverton and got, away ivlth n small amount of cash. SergL. H. Ran, a relumed dlcr, las beea recommended for Hie position of Kitchener. t OIUONV Oct: have nulto nice little., fall.of show on I lie ground! which will, slop-all on for a while. Farmers havo been busy.) falJ nnd irill have a conslderoble quantity of land ready for 1520 crop. The stock anr] machinery belonging to Charlie Jaquea were sold by auction on the Oct. 15th, the horses and cattle fetching a good price. Mr. J agues la going back lo England. nother sale iras held on OcL 22nd, at the C. R. miles north east of "Orion. There was a good u'd and everything hands at a good price. H. B. Drown TVES the auctioneer. Mark Fuller has'come back home. He was one of {he Canadians who went with the Siberian expedition, since his return he has been on duly In Canada. Thanksgiving service was held al the church IICTD on the 12th, a special sermon being preached by the Rev. U- C. Woods. The musical part oT the In keeping .with the sub- Jed. The belonging to the tele- phone department arc at work in Lhe district erecting Ihe Tvires so lhat the phones will soon transmitting mcBsageB. be ready for therefore, no further surplus voles to male hypolhtsla, according lo the pro- distribute. There are, however, two lessor, who supports this assertion by vacancies still remaining unfilled, and ishowInB thal a 'ead floating In the neiL operallori Is to dislribule ihe mercury hccomea slightly lighter. From this the professor deduces four papers of Z, who, being the j things, first, Ihat_hccile3 have both In the poll, h clearly out of a true and an anpafcnt massj the true to' be. so In actual appearance only. fact and nql In of election, results 'has r that very Ihe.pre- syalcm In parliamentary reprc- lentallon, though a'cerlaln party IB elected to power U dota not actually represent the majorlly. so far aa re fards .Lhe aggregate cast. la an arifcle by Mr. j. T. Hull which appeared In Turner's Weekly Eo monlha ago, on the system he made use ''_ of ati illustration taken from the sub- t Jecl mailer of proportional rcpresenU- ilon AS dealt with by Mr, John II. jfuinphreys, Hon. Secretary, of Ihe I'roportlpnal Renresenlallon Soclely ol Qreat DriU'n. TJicre Ihe method of election was mada clear, The Illustration Iz based on the aVfltem of voting whfch, like (he prc- r' ferenUal ballot, allows for cliorces. flho'jld a candlclale recclre more than tnb t number of votca necessary to him, the excess number Is carr- the running, papers are sorted, as in (lie previous process, according lo Ibe candidates who are marked by the voters aa their next preferences, and it may bo supposed that the re- sult Is as follows II is marked as preference on i) papers, X ia marked as neit preference on 200 V fg marked aa next preference on 23 papera. These papers are then added lo (he heaps of the respective 'candirlalca, paTr mass, e ruo mass of (he sun Lcln? iloub'le ihe ap-! parent mass, thai the stars aUracl other horllcs, with forces an- tlrely different from Ihose thus far submitted. Third, lhal Ihe F hen I B, X. and Y. of star Is .generated by ihe -force of gravitation emanating from Interior strata. From this, he argues the solar syslem has had an -Immensely longer life lhan has been believed by scien- tists up till the present. Fourth, that, the evolution or the world has been rlosrly linked lo the phenomenon which he has discovered. Profcasnr Malorana explains by thl.i means (he faf-t that, all stars arc more or less luminous and claims lhat his theory will bring about a revolution In Fifty-four Candles in N our, Birthday Cake Thlj lj our Mrthday month. Incorporated In October 1BAS TO .LhuA cotnmeacfrd our career fjfly-four yearj 530 ihh jtrf HOT we hare ffrovnl Wo began business with B capital of our capital and autplua hara been built up to Our GiAt biftnch TTM .esttbllshed [n J6C8. To-day wa hftTfl than 3bO branches throughout Canada. For your shuo ID our continued wu you- UNION BANK OF CANADA the voles credited to each canrlilate may ho shown thus plus 20 eguaJi? 1D1S plus nil" ciiualn .820 .plus 200 equals 1020 Y.. 509 pins 29 equals 523 Since, B jnd X, as a result of the distribution, each obtain a quoia of j voles, they arc declared elected, ntid all the vacant seats now being Tilled, the election Is al an end. The candidates eleclcd, A, D, and X, tach repreant a "quota1' of voters. Each considerable section of (he con- stituency -Is tbns ablo [o choose a repreXerilatlve, whilst Ihe party" to ivfioin both A and B belong, rtlurn two members, lliesc candldales taken, to- having secured a representa- tive, namely, tho supporters of C and Y, number less tlian a quota. BKSKVA, Del. front Innlshruck aay lhal I'apal Archbishop Ihordan, who arrived at Prague from Home a month ago, lias ex-rummunl- c.TtciI another cl Ihe Catholic Czech prints, who married In spile ol Iho Kidy.ono priests hncl taken wives, while continuing to o.Ter- else the duties of tho priesthood. They are supporleil by Iho population generally, who, in 14 village! aild oom- miino.i. nroimil Prsgui! havn a. pcltllon to His pope to nholl.ih Iho Jan- proscribing tho Resources of LETHfJRlDGE BRANCH, A. DUNBAR, MANAGER Branches alio at Carditon and Barons Shoes Should Always be Fitted When Purchased-Why Rec.iu.-c all shoes stamped the Hame slin arc NOT o( the same made Io fiuJt dJfferenl Iype3 ol feet, so to fit your foot as well an your fancy (I would necessitate a differenl size or width In the different nlylca. Again, a Ehoc might fit your fool proper without weight on II, bul on account of arch' weak ness antl olongallon when Rlflndins II mlyhL ncccaaffnle'a con- siderably longer and narrower shoe lo allow proper action ot Ihe fool. Also you paf-for this .lerrlco Jn purchasing yonr flhoes al Any store so why not have your lUtlng done whereUhe salesmen know how lo fit. We have widths lo fit. We know how lo til. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES 35LJJSELSON Co. THIRD AVENUE SHERLOCK BUILOINO Sunlight Soap _ i She saved Soap washed the clothes without rubbing. She saved did other work while Sunlight did the wash. She saved because Sunlight is'an absolutely pure soap, therefore there is less soap used for washing than with ordinary soap, and less wear and tear of the clothes. Insist on getting the Soap you 1.EVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TbRONTO FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FOWLER'S I ;