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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBKU 27, 'rriu Lrrhinninr.K DAIIA' PAGE NINE. U.S. Immigration Policies I CLAIMS A. J. ANDREWS ON BOTH TliB HIDES OF EG STKIKE nccojj.iy for rosirlcilufi ImnU- D 10 Lilt) UUUL-Q CO MllOiii quuu- lliv us mil ije ttiisitnliaied uy mo j jUiiuru-im iidiluu. in any (jlvea period Id uy 1'. raircallil, pro- leiour o( ecvauuiici lu Wk "a1' vtraiiy. w.-liiuB lii ibe New Ytiilt Times. 10 be widely cmterlalued tbere aa a rosuu ol war esperieuco. Tiw preheat situation, ho says, Is unpru- co denied, HI many, or more, aliens aro loavlug. or dealre to the I'liUcd would emigrate to H opportunity served dus U lea have, however, IcanicJ dur- lag i lie war lo carry uti without fr bupplios of labor from abroad; the Uujlooaa "boom" Is proceed' Ing In aulio of Inability lo recruit iho coupled with vhileVer ol dlt- ullaiiun thsre way be la racial In- ltfiiiije, wdlch m tikes Ibe 1mm I grant a And itut it enouffb, ioriooth, tu a verr lirubk-Lu. Bui It luuJt ti al- lowed lo obucure uuderljioc llarlllei of doalro, hope uid aiublllon Trblcti are common, to hums ally." Instead ol tbe Industrial slluaUou being productive of ao iiLcnJgraUon policy on the eld llnei. con- dB la cunteusIallBK more stringent upon linmlgrailon: "These reitrlctlons tbko two turmj and are embodied lu tiro labor tie prominence or for- TORONTO, Oct. A. J. Aa- ot vas active durins Winnipeg ilrlke aod later tooK the parl ot crow a proa ecu tor Jc tho of frUiie Ifidera, Ihoufb be ,1 been a. member oi tbe Blrtks com- UVee walcb. Issued pennlU during d strike, wai the chirte by llJlaia JrenB. one ot tbo aocuaed, who [dressed a mealing lost Dlgh.1 In the bills nov before congnasB. direct and druaUc of tfaaxo olguera among; the striken ID tarloun Indubtrlea Is many employers to niftko Americanism tho cblcf Issue nnd lo1 employ only American cltltena or aliens papers." Tho Irony of the poitllon, Prof. Falrchlld I'sn'laln', la IbRl Jhe employers or labor, who, Jor 50. years, have beoo the in o'jlainlne abun- dant suijpltas'.of cheap labor "by en- couraging Immigration of euccesslTC- ly lower lyiiea ot European workers, ure now tnrnarto 'of dtacoa- tenl, reitnlmeni and rebellion against Vi'hlch they would-protect themselves Uy closing their shops to tho very people" they htvo" been so eager lo re- ceive.- Tho real" ;dlfflcuHyf tbe profeaaor polnlB out, In tho mentality, Its previous "pxpeflencc nnd tbe outloolt of tho aliens themselves. He says: "Tho grea.1 majority of Immigrant laborers come" to America wholly un- trained In Ihe-Tvaye of democracy, un- famllqlr with our Industrial methods anil qur concepts, unused lo (ho absiWc" of authority postulated equality uf Ibis -counlryV They .raunot be eipceied lo apply the lame 'degree of reasoning to a com-. plcx earla! situation that Ihe lyplcal Am origan worVingiiinji can command. They naturally re5pond to Ihe emo- tional anneals-oF agitators'nad dera- and are -easily moved' (o transform' a djaconiforl Into a griev- ance, y Immigrant i a Human Being' Infills counlfy, Lara'all of us been- tqo inuqh.Inclined lo Ireal Ihe Irnmlgranl as tf ho were some unique and distinctive species of being. do not apply to him Ihe categories use for ourselves. In cer- tain quarters he U exalted as the om- .bodlmenl _of loyalty; and love lu others'lie Is treated like a clod; axi Anlciial, or it- best an 'economic' mnn.' forget Ibat Ihe Immigrant, after all, la Just a human Tha'mlln thing-that dlffer entlalea him from ourselves Is lhat he happens lo have been torn In some olber land, find to up In jient. i social herl- The most the pro- pciul to prohibit abaolute.7 lha lm mlffrflllon of all. foreign labor for A period of QTC years. Of course, ex- are made ID favor of highly skilled labor an-1 Btich profeialonfll and special as are cuBtonUTllj oicoipted lu our linmlenillon laws, Ilul IQ effect -thli measure. If U be came a law, would shut Off entirely the si ream of foreign labor upon which we wore accustomed lo'di In busy Beasons'before the war. Limitation 'By Percentage "The .accoujl ruethotj of realrlctlng imliratlo.T Is lhat proposed "by the bill recently Introduced Ly Senator DlllInghaiQ, chairman of the 1mm', grallon committee of the upper houee According to Ihls plan the Immlgra lion of any nallonalSly In 'nn; given fiscal year shall be limjted to I per cont of the Dumber of persons o such nationality reildcnt In Iho-Unit oci Stales at the lime of Ihe next pre ceding census. This type ot tton IB designed not only lo fli a rille limit lo, the total ImmlgraUon but to dlffcrenllito in faror of Imm Eranls from Northwestern Europe a Ogalnat those from Soulheasteni Eu rope. The number of immigrants wh enter from the former section i much larger than those cus lomarlly seeding admission, while th Immigration from Ihe Intler regie: would be Tory materially reduced. glres special significance I Senator bill Is that I also proposes lo the Chines exclusion actj and all other meaeure placing special rcstrlcdooG upon Or TORONTO. iraa report- Hi today lhat 3, L. EDglehart. vho, for any years, baa been cbairmta of tba emlskamlns and Northern Ontario a I! iv ay. will glra up hlj post la the ear future. For eopie time Mr. Eu- lehart has been in poor hoalth. Mr. Inglenart accepled'lae chairmanship lhf railway shortlr after the Wbll- came inio Tho of lhls measXji claim that It provides for eiclu of OrlenlalE practically as com plete as tha present, without wound Ing the pride of anclcnl an dlgnllled peoples by specifically df. ignatlng them for dehamient. Th proposed measure i nominallj" treal B. {Itrtcronl social cnvlfonijie: "It I31 Uila difference In s frfter Strain, of Service Was Almait f Wrccn i Tnnlac. Flere 13 another Instance of the rc- inarkaole' reco'nslrucliTo powers of TanlM. J. McCuUinn, ot Hi Borad St.i'St. .lohn, llrunswl who spent three 'ami a hoK years the front In J-V.incc and Letglum, wounded ffmes, passed aud shell shocked end Jmullx home sliUos Ihal -TRnlas has put him In shape 'to whore lie not only begin- ning to like liiinbelf but llf.i) he has gained livcnly-four pounfla'. ]ri .weight, bcsldea. Mr. Mctiulluiirls R veteran of two wars.- lie holds a medal for service in tbe tfreil European war and also a (our bar medal for gallaLlry in the UOCT war. cnp hardly rcallze'Just what Tan- Inc has been 'worth to snlr Mr. McCullum, 'In. an Interview, recr-nlly all nations Alike, hut tn fad tlie r.un Ler of'Orlenlala resldonl In the Unl fid Statea Is so small that It la co tended that the permissible Iminlgr tlon bo almost negligible. It can bo shown lhat tbe iwofold nl of excluding Orientals without hur Ing their (eellnga can be secured this way. measure of this so would be an almost Ideal form of r sftjs Prof, Falrchlld, wh concludes also that: As to the question of TlrtuallT su pending the Immigration of commo laborers during the acute period reconstruction, there can hardly rational vlewe. The Injection a no iv mass of undigested human m Icrlal Into the present lurbulent an fevtrlsh slluallon would be Immc; umhly disastrous. As soon as the nalural Impedimenta lo free move- ment begin to disappear artificial re- strictions should certainly "be Impos- not locate his head, and thus ho la still able lo wink bis eyts, which trembling a of the earth. When his erellda haro been accur- ately located a' lacond pagoda will be built. Pagodas range In be'ghl from 20 to over 2W> feel, and are of rarloua shapes, such as rouad, square, hex- agonal, eel. They always liare an oud number ol storlea. ranclng UK- aaUy from leren to clue, and some- limes -vrlth 11, or otrn 13. About are e.-c ployed abor Templo. The inoetlng, which atteudud by 600. pasiod a reaolu-1 on cajllog upon the government lo mead the chaogej to the Immigration el, denying trial bj jyry lo BriLlih rn and other cltltene. In the merchantlle In lln California Calilornla it and In Gennauy. la was tried on a minor I scale by a grape farmer Mhosa crop Trom Ihfc derastallun of ihe "thunder an Insect which ap- feara In great eel. numbers la hot jBtid sultry -weaUier, when Ihunuer- aioimt are frequent. He la rented j a 10 horse power blower that 15 Successfully Tried in Germany on wheels and driven through and Crops the the pestt from tbft ai tt along. The German dorlce was Invented lo catch Ihe "nlu moths" lhat ruln- t4 fwesta. It Is provided with tvro Catching in-secla by suction ap- poworful searthllKbis placed on a paraius has tried eucceseMlr Lulldlng thai draw the inoilu from away. Two arc lamps the side of the ventilator. op the machine, fun tier attract iho moths. Au electric motor causes the of the to rerolre rapid-, ly. Uiertby producing an Intake ol air that moth with- in several feet. They BTB taken ihroQgh the ventilator Into a wire nee cage. More than 100 pounds of morhi n-ere caught '.n a alogl? night by one of chcse machines. Mayor St. Caiharttej, re- ceived word that the of Wiles can only slay ten la that T. AND N. O. HEAD TO QUIT Nearly All Products .of Herbs, Berries And Roots QuaiQi malady remedies or the iait, man? crt led to wealth in the part ot the Inventors, ivere nearly all o[ berry plants and many of common weeds, Poke- herriea. years ago, ivere used to mate piaster for a cancer, and grape eap was prepnred for hair tunica I'D produce a sweat, tea was made rom magnolia leaves and Ihe berry of this plant was often mentioned i n cure for consumption. For toothnche, Xhc veteran prac .illoner used the bayberry root [Jerries of the cedar trco were sup- posed to stiffen Ihe stf'.ne, and jurge was made of alder buds or elderberries. Tho goldenrod, the mullein plant, the burdock, am common weeds n'era also held forth as cures (or various ailments. 'Tuscarora invented by a Philadelphia woman, and held forth. a euro for tuberculosis, enabled} '.he practilloncr lo secure a fortune for herselli "It was nothing more than hominy made Indian corn. Buddhist Church Erect Them lo Counteract Evil Spirits "IrrrOtlorln mo on my fei putting en I i l Iicnnc from In First Three Months of Racing Francs Have Changed Hands ULC 1 wnp fllmVily n wreck nnd ntHher lime -or incilicinua seem lo rlo any good. I was so r.erv- and shafcy 1 cbulfl hardly hold a cup of. tea to my Inoulli and U my wife drop n fork or knife al ttio table 1 ficnrly Jump out of my chair. In Ihte oxClted condition, my food could not digest, but would Rourand form on my stomach add- ing njoro vmfscry lo mj- already dca- nuratc condition. I would- toss Hnd roll moat o'f Iho nTuM. getllnR otilr about two. resiles sleep, ntrf srtfnctlmcs hnvc to get o'ut of bed and walk the (loor. My condi- tion iva.1. distressing In tho extreme rnrl seemed Ib be getting worse all the time.. I i "Finally .'someone suggest! that I try TnnlaC and 1 sot a bottle, having 1 title Idea ft would do me tiny good, but It hns not' only helped rnc, tt has made mo feel like a new man, I now have ah nppelilo llko a hear RU! cat Just anything act before me Iho least effect, from It I liavo been built and strengthened until my la practically gone. 1 can ilcop alTj-lRht long like a log and my ifife lias a Job waking mo up In PAHIS, Oct. hundred and seventy million franca were wagered on horso races during the first Ibreo months of racCng In France Ihls year, nccordlne to figures compiled by tho ministry of agriculture. Of that am- ount franca waa lost hy bel- [orti, In sums patd out by the mutuels ag followj: Nlnn mtllton francs to welfare enter- prises In devastated regions; Irancs lo charllablo orEftnlzitlons and Iho real to breeders as premleums. Durlns the sanio period, public paid franca as entrance fees to tho race tracks. If this ralo con- tinues, 4ho expenditure lor admissions for Iho year will amount lo within francs find Ihe percentage ol hcts taken hy (he mutucls will appror Imata franct. Chinese pagodni? arc the -work of the BuddhlsL Church almost ex- clusively. The moat beautiful speci- mens are In tho Valley, where pngoaas are ibe OUB, Every important. Chinese and MRQChurffln clly Ig "gcrlantled T (hem. From the walls ot Fekln doien pagodas and towers may ba counted within tho city, and with good glass a bait dozen may be seeu rising from the surrounding plain. Chinese have appropriated the pagoda as a counterpoise lo evil and use It subject lo their rules of senmnncy. At i clly In Tung In the PeXJn plain, n region Jn" pas years visited by earthquakes, there [3 B prominent pagoda, which, at ons time bad bronzo bells suspend cd from its cornices, most of which nre still In plate. -The jicoplo have this story of Us construction A water owl lives underground this placo, and when he shakes his ilic mornings, I now able to do a full dhy's', wprk and Tinlac gets all the cicflll for being on my feet. My nerves have 'steadied down until 7 can hM sorts of ami sud- den JarB. Wncn I tlrat began laklr.g Tnnlac I couldn't hold my hmM steady enougb lo lake a drink of water, but now 1 can share mytclf. I Bin prolstnff Taplac lo all Ihe boys, especially likp 1 tako a 'tip' from me- I fully hcllevo I still be a nerv- ous wreck (f I had not-tnkcn It my- cclf." Tanlac la eolil in lyCthliriilgc by Jobn II. ll'lglnhotham In Coal' luirflt by.Dlnmond Drug Stailoncry hlnrc, nnd In Warner by Mrs. N. Der- Ad verilaemcnl, SURMOUNT DIFFICULTY BRITISH CABINET tad It nriccrs .located ind the pagoda was built on It l( hold it down. However, they coult earthquakes. Geom Ilia end of his tal TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL Thii Woman Recommends Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege- table Personal Experience. "I i. mend il Pifitham's to reewn LONDON, Oct. of the Lloyd George cabinet conferred yrlth j some of their supporters In the nonao of today rclatlro lo tho sit- uation which bas arlaea through tbo defeat on Thursday of the government amendment to the Alfen hill. U was elated during the day lhat nn standing had been arrived eC which I a new clause In the bill, which'would be acceptable lo the government would bft moved hy members ot tho house. H Is expected In thts way to surmount tho difficulty which brought about the defeat of Iho former amend- ment and lo avoid the abandonment of Die bill. MOROCCAN COMMISSION PE8UMES PARIS, Obi. arbUrailon 4p pflei ufiqn maltera- In dispute .between France, Spain '.and Ocrihnny, In connection Morroc- can mining rlghU; which wis'-crealcd 1914, has nov TeJiumcd (h alLllnga which wcro suspended during tho war. Meetings are being hold In I'nrls. Compound a 1 women who snde from anyfuacLlcnB disturbance, as 1 his dona nor fowl Lhaa all the octor'g mediclna. Since Uklnc It 1 have a fine Withy baby girl undhara Eaincdm health and strength. My hut- band And I both piBlao med- icine to all iufferinj JOH.V KcmLMmx, R, Ko. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This famous root ud herb Lydia B. PintUam'B VepeUbjk Com- pound. KM been restoring women of. .America io more than forty; years and It will Well piy any woman who- -irom dlsplaccmenU, In- fUmmttloa, nervousness or to glva tbli ucccuful remedy t trial. For ipeclal racard lo your ailment write Ljdla E. Pinkbam Medicine Co., I.ynn, Mass. The result lotceipe OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS Bridge from War to Peace" -T THE MINISTER OK FINANCE OF THE DOMINION OK CANADA oilers for Public Subscription tbe Victory Loan 1919 Z1A% Gold Bonds BearirtK interest from November 1st, 1919, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which ii optional with the subscriber as follows: i 5 year' Bonds due November 1st, 1924 15 year Bonds due November 1st, 1931 Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the OJTice of the AssiElant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winni- peg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria. Bonds may be registered as to principal or as lo principal and interest, as hereinafter provided, at any of the above-mentioned offices. Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly. May 1st and November 1st, at any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. Principal and .Interest payable in Gold Denominations: and u Issue Price: 100 and Accrued Interest, Income Return per Annum The proceeds of the Loan will be used'to pay .indebtedness incurred, and to meet expenditures to be made In connection with demobilization (including the authorized war neryice gratuity to our soldiers, land settlement loans, and other purposes connected with their re-establishment into civil for capital outlay ufon shipbuilding, arid. other national undertakings forming part of Canada's industrial reconstruction for the establishment of any necessary credits for the pur- chase of grain, foodstuffs, timber and other products, and will he spent wholly In Canada. V 'Payment to be made a? follows-: 10% on 'application; 20% January 9th, 1920; 20% December 9th, 1919; 20% February 10th, 1920: 31.21 March 9th, 1920. The last payment of 31.21% covers 30% balance of principal and 1.21% representing accrued interest at from November 1st lo due dates of the respective instalments. A full half-year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1920, making the. cost of the bonds 00 and interest. Subscriptions may bs paid in full at the lime of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment due dale thereafter together with accrued interest at the rate of 5K% per annum. This Loan is authorized .under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest are a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. The amount of this issue" is exclusive of the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds of previous issues. The Minister of Finance, however, reserves to allot the whole or any part of the amount subscribed in excess of P Payments ?f AH cheques, drafts, covering instalments, are to be made payable to the Credit of the Minster ol Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture, and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions other than those paid in full on application must be accompanied by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed. 'Official Canvassers will forward subscriptions or any branch in Canada of any Ciar- tered Bank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts. Subscriptions may be paid in full at time of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment dne date thereafter, together with accrued interest to time of making payment in full. Under this provision, pay- ment of subscriptions may be made as follows: H paid in full-on or before November 15th, 1919, par without interest or If remaining instalments paid on Dec. 9th, 1919, balance of 90% and interest per IIOOX If remaining instalments paid on Jan. flth, 1920, balance of 70% and interest per If remaining instalments paid on Feb. 10th, 1920, balance of 50% and interest per If remaining instalment paid on Mar. Dth, 1920, balance of 30% and interest per Payment of instalments or payment in full after November 15th, 1919, can be made only on an instalment due date. Denomination' and Registration Bearer bonds, with coupons, will be issued in denominations of and and may be regis- tered as to principal. The first coupon attached to these bonds will be due on May 1st, 1920. Fully registered bonds, the interest on which is paid 'direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be ittucd in denominations of J500, or any multiple of Paymtfnt' of Interest A full half-year's interest at the rate of per annum will be paid May 1st, 1920. Form of Bond and Delivery Subscribers must indicate on their applications the form of bond and the denominations required, and the securities so indicated will be delivered by the bank upon payment of subscriptions in full. Bearer bonds of this issue will be available for delivery at the time of application (o subscribers desirous of making payment in full. Bonds registered as to principal only, or fully registered as to principal and interest, will be delivered lo subscribers making payment in full, as scon as the required registration can be made. Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the subscriber. Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all subscribers who desire lo pay by instalment. These receipts will be exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalment date when subscription is paid in full. All receipts must be exchanged before 1st June, 1920. Form of Bonds Interchangeable Subject to the payment of 25 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right lo convert into bonds with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds without coupons, at any time, on application to the Minister of Finance or any Assistant Receiver General. Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee, or mem- ber thereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. Subscription List will close on or before November 15th, 1919 DERAILMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA, October 2.7th, Farms and Factories Busy ;