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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta potm THE LETHBR.IDGE Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publlihers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO.HfANY LIMITED K6 Lethbridgt "W. X'BUCHANAN jDt and Managing Director Johb'Torraneio Bmtuws. Manage Msmber Audit Bureau ot Subscrlp'Jija Kalis: Dally, Delivered, per Daily, 07 mail, per rear Daily, by mall, for 6 uouUis Dally, by aali, 3 Weekly, by mall, cer roar .1 .33 8.DO .3.5" 1.50 Do You Know? TO-DAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the name Alabama de- rived from? 2. What Is the only word that is compounded ot letters oulyT 3: .Wilt ..IJower obtains Us name because -lixrievcr -fades? 4. What is Barratry? .What tree Is regarded as on anti- dote against lightniug? 6. What living language has the fewest tellers, and what Ihe mostl QUESTIpNS 1. Whatsis Ihe Venetian school ot S. What Is the White Cross! 3. Where and when was LJoyd George 4. Whet is ventriloquism? 5. What is Maynooth Coileso? 0. What was the KuKlui-Klau! "oailnued from Front thing he heard was seine one In the lobby of the hotel near the ffoai dour .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920 cryir.g: "What In lug to pull off are yoa try. r up the Wwkly, by mall, per year to O.B THE AUTOCRACY OF THE GOVERNMENT. have heard tde term "autocrac) of the Government" used recently and Premier Meigben in Ms speech in Winnipeg referred to it, as it has been made to apply to the Government over" which he presides. 'He'denied that tie Government was guilty of autocratic conduct, slating that "tha authority of Parliament over its Ki- ecntlve Is, just as "complete.'just supreme at this h'our, and has been at every moment of the last six years; as It has ever been in the history of Canada or any country on esrlh." The statement of the Premier Is true, in the fact that under our democratic lorm of government no government can be autocratic. If there Is the slightest assumption of. autocracy, tfiehlt remains for the people, repre- sented by the members of the House; to vindicate, the rights of tbe people they represent by uniting in one-com- mon sentiment to unseat that Govcrn- ,.ment. by forcing an election. As Mr. Meighen. laid tion.was open at any time. this clear wh'eri he observed, las never .been a single day'.when Parliament could, majofitj vote have voted fron office or forced It: to a general elec' tion." We'-Jnlght'Vay, as we have ob ;served at anotjier Op- position their power to an the unprecedented act .of resfgnlng in' a body. '_ '-Whatever, "argument can' nel forth, "shojrliig'' that the Governra.en f was. autistic; rro'iy be.applied to''It; Trar-tJmej leeisiitlon. But in this res pect, the Iran sgres s ion o to be, It wa fully condoned'by the exigencies o a the GoV ernmentxfcf or. 'pthe autocratic In 'th interests of ,thV.safely, realm To Government' of- autc circu stances, 'These days-wfien aulborit ,hHE come (6 be iightly'regarded. Puh- lic men, td perform, In itho statements-they pub- 1. Thai ANSWERS which counts among Us outers Titian, Paul Veronese. Georgl- one, tiutoretto, and others of liXe fame. 2. An organliatlon, similar to the Bed Cross, founded In America, in 1S9S, by Mrs. Jane Creighton of I'ort- nd, OreJ'-not only torT-caring for ounded'.and.Bick American soldiers witness declared thai he saw Detaney, who said that he wanted that room to- night. The witness told Delaney that he was sorry but the rooai had re-assigned, and that If ie wanted something more definite he would have to see Ihe proprietor. "111 have I hat money or 11J ill you full of lead." was the next thtog'that Delaney said, according lo monv of Mr. Clsrldge. The witness followed by reeltinj how Delaney deliberately around the desk Into the omce, hold- ing a gun on him ttw while; tried to open the, cash register and failed, ami how he. Clarldge, had open? eil it for him, and handed Ihe accused tUe, f3. The accused then backed out using, as he had during Ihe whole af- fair, extremely foul language. His parting shot was, according to the evidence given: "I'll show you -cwho Is running the Pass. Ba-a man.1 Much as counsel regretted li, the witnesses were asked to repeat some of the language used by the accused, which they did. It is not- printable. The witness declared he thought at nd sailors bat of widows and orphans fjrit (ha accused was drunk, but killed in battle or -who died disease or accident. 3. Born.In Manchester in 1863, and ducatod In Wales. 4. The, art. of speaking in such a as to cause a bearer to believe lat the_sound. camp not from the erson speaking but from a different ource.- :The name originated from the rrpneous supposition that the sounds llered were from the belly. 5.- Or. St. Patrick's Collage, the Met college of tho Catholic Unlver- Hy of-Irclaud. 6. B'e'cret society which arose tier .the American Civil War. ilttorly opposed to the reconstruction oeasures which the GoverBiaerit en- cted and to the position then occu- ded by the late slaves. he did not know. He did know, how- ever, .that he was hot absolutely nor- keth, wScTfcid worked faithfully and consistently for some three In resortlm to the of IbVlaw In effort to enforce. If. According to the eiliace.1 Delauejr Was a robber pure and sim- ple, and the solicitor pointed out that' thlvoB.enoe was punishable with life and whipping- He ap- pealed ,to ,tW court with much hat the iceued committed fof .rls! and that be placed under heavy suggestion of as amount nade. Osttund The by Solicitor Oslluid that, Ms remanded for trial with a reuoaibie -ball ralher than committed, followed with teflfe Interest by everyone In the court-room. In a methodical, trenchant way be submitted his points, argslng that Delaney had.lib Intention of perpet- rating a" general hold-up, but rather wanted only his rights. When he touched on UM iftrvlce both and De.Uoey had rendered their coun- try in Europe he to painting a vivid pJciurtrolthV'ordeal throush which they hid paswid. He pleaded that the accused: be not thrust into prison, which he tail, might mar his wholo career. V- Piitnarfl Replies In a vigorous reply Solicitor Putnam asked that lijeiaccused be committed for trill, bringing forward precedanU to establish the consistency of their the premises. -The bail should be made sufficiently heavy to guarantee his appearance. Justice Gresham with little further Took Place Last Week Row at a Restaurant Death mal. _ "Did yon ever call accused a spot- ter or any other bad counsel asked. L, "Absolutely no." "Did you ever, as was repbrlea In-a Calgary paper, have a dispute with Delaney before this Incident with regards a'board ..._' "jN'over.1'............ Delaney 'Noi. Normal r Cross-examination by Oal- lund lo shalse tie; testimony ot delay committed him for trial before a liigher AMault Charge An assault charge also hangs over Delaney's head. H will be heard on Thursday unless It Is dropped as was requested by Solicitor Ostlund. Mr. Glllls gave a, hint that such would be the case. Instrumental in placing wheat on It. was ,he wltnes's- jir. Ostlnnd with skill "urtlon brought from the wilnfesl I'the Admis- sion that Delaney, although not 'appar- ently drunk, was 'under an abnormal state of -mmd.r'' He' swore positively that he had never called the accused "spotter" cr "stool pigeon" 01" ?uch (Contlmied .from Itont The verdict was lhat Ihe deceased had died from heart failure due to a dilated heart and acute delirium fol- lowing scurvy, which was due to sx- haustlon from prolonged refusal to The widowed mayoress, dressed In point a clipping surely cannot bo "In the case-of tbe to be Premier of-Canada that of "Philip an Interview given by inspector Hes- drunk and Philip Mr. Meigben ea n his ;he tar ta> regard to the p_os'iUqnl'that mehjbcr office of the prison 'governor, wai at- tended by 35 persons tbe cor- Thise Included Mrs the main "the report was true. in'.off ic tarlfl ve_raged ceiftvfand dttiif. The' PremJer f brgets .that of; at Abe time .re- ferred .'to. ho( degree asfpress- ing iB-the.duty of at lata husband's otcu sstally resist- npti of the aracterlie her otherwise (From Our Correspondent.) tiKANUM.- Oct. the In- of the weather, a good sired congregation lamed out en Thursday October 21, In the Grauum Presbyterian church to welcome their new nln liter, jRev. O.- W. B. A., and Mrs. Langille nnd.' their little win Craig. The Presbytery of High ftlver met and cbnducled the service of which was very impressive and Instructive. The pre- siding officer was Rev! J. of Cliresholm, who preached the ser- ttqn and offered the prayer of induc- tion and put the usual questions pres cribed. Mr. .sermon on "The Gospel of'the Poser of was a thoughtful and earnest deliverance on the message and sit nation of then and women in this da> as well as In the first century of tho cinrchl Rev. A. E. Schrag, organizer ot the Forward Movement, addressed the minister and counselled and ad nionished him regarding his high office iU privileges and responsibilities and showed Uw greatly Important wa.s the to the community, Rev A. MacWilUanu. of Cayloy, and Nan ton addressed the people In a convincing and klndl> manner, calling attention to the prom ises of the congregation in supper of their minister, to respect, yield am obedience In the.Lord and encouragi him la his work. The enlerlrn-moder ator, Bev. Wm. McNichol, of Hig' River, who has had charge of the con gregatlpn during1 the vacancy, recited the events leading up to th call and the Induction. At the con clDBlon of the meeting s social'gather ing wap the ladles of the con rregatloh served refreshments. Rev Sir. Langille Is a man of promise an of experience and It augurs well fo !he congregations of rJumbo Valle to have, settled amon .hem minister of his vision, ente prise arid taients. On ev'ery-liand extended good wishes for a succcs; days in Calgary last week. A. .McGregor spent Beveial days In Calgary last wek. Roy Hutton spent several'days in said, of Incorrect, but osmopoUtan, Ho told ill 'eefemed, 'satisfied Mrs. O'Connor, spent several days in Calgary. i Clifton Hutton, who Is attending school lu Calgary, spent Thanksgiving Day with, his parents, reluming to Calgary on Tuesday, Oct. The representative of Dunn's Cal- gary branch Uranum a business visit last week, leavlng-with a wealth of Information re our financial status. A. W. Mattle, who has teen running threshiug outfit at Ulenwood. near ardstos, returned home Monday eve- Ing and reports that crops in that tstrlct averaged about 2S bushels to he Mr. W. G. Smith was up lo the hills ast week rounding up his horses that ave beeu pasturing Ibere 'for the' ummer. One of the local bank managers, ac- ompanled by his body guard, made ieir oWecUve point lu the hills on uuday Ibis being their second (tempi, the first time being held up I Vimy Uldgo. Mrs. Geo. Clitton is at present on ho sick list. Rev. G. Langlile occupied- the PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN at Granum aud Jumbo Valley in Suuday, October 24, and rendered .very Interesting 'address to a largo number of hearers. On Thursday night last our. town iad a slight experience of a revo- aurants and commenced tb tlirow ution, when some pt tho young men vho entered one ot our Chinese ros he crockery through the. plate glass window Into the street, which resiiltec n much damage being. done. aiid had >ny one been passing at the time .hey would have been 'hurt, 'from the flying glass aud china that were being scattered' a b out Tho re. seem s 'to. have steps taken to .have ..the rouble-makers punished, anil have iust learned that one fellow says thaf le'll be d if ho will pay Jim Donei any more than for tho damage dona, Mrs. J. H. Saltoii was a Macleoc visitor, on Friday between trains. The sad news was received by, win of the death of >Irs. P. Vandervoort who has been a patient sufferer fo many, years. Mrs; Vamlervoort was a great church worker. She loaves a husband and two daughters to mouru her loss. TO RAISE THOUSAND FOR FERNIE BOY SCOUTS T. W. yoiing Winnipeg lawyer, is dead. M. U. Foley, of. the .well known SI. aul contracting form, is dead. John Henry Kraser, a aaskatchewau pioneer, Is dead at Reglua..! An eitenajve. outbreak smallpox Is reported at Ottawa. Prescoti's lax rate Is auuouuced as as compared with 3S mllla ast year. i Andrew Carnegie's estate as esll- mated In probate procedlhgs at Pilts- )urg, totals twputy-Dve millions. The Wlsor dlstillery'at Prescoti lias je'en .sold to Montreal. Interests and :he capital'increased, to three million dollars. Montreal Charter.Comnjisslon adopt- v ed amendments enabling a be elected a City Councillor or even Mayor. ir: Two ynung men pleaded, guilty-to attempted murder ot Mrs. Nellie Coron, at Brennan Harbor, after: she had'given them food. 1. Itec. Ernest Thomas, .a field secre- tary ot the Department of Evangelism and Social Service of the Methodist church, who helped in the "dry" fight, said that peculiar II. C. There Is a rqaclioriary who aro afraid of an intelligent, labpr- Ing parly. They claimed the cutting'oft of liquor, working men we're buj'lng books instead and so improving themselves that a .certain class of employers declared that llioy were altogether too., linlopendent. These employers, are' using the liquor issue to keep the men down. (From Our Own Correspondent) FBRN'IB.'Oct. a publicmeet- RT ing held'In the council chamber last isful PYI, Hon. P. C. Qf-Astoriii, and a recent 'candidate: for the governorship "of that-sbtc, urged in an address before the' Kiwaiiia-club at'Montreal the introdnciion.and.em. pr thif Ha told and jury- MacSwlney. the djad' Jord mayor's his ilsttfe d brother John, Calgary last week on business Mr. A. MeLeod left on Tuesday, October 19, for California, where he wfll spend the winter. l Mr. F. C. Dersch has rented the J. J. Jeff way's, three and one halt miles west of town. Miss. May.Mclrityre, of Moose Jaw, IB visiting at the home of Mrs Jas. Cochlln, accompanied by Blair. Mr. H. L s were elected at "lomreai tne mirounction ana em the Hoy Scouts! Plosment ot Chinese laborers' in Can were taken to 1 ada tno Un'tod States fo'r agricul Friday evening, officers for the ensuing year of the Association, and stops were inaugurate an active campaign for allural' railroad. building other thousand dollar fund witL which to construction work. A- straw Vote fully equip the Boy Scouts "embers showed m members plete outfit and to. meet olher neces- of lle dVb.'" Proposition sary expenses. There .was a- good Implementa. -Ner HelgVep'remsmber. that Mr.- KJngV- a inember'. of that" which. sought; in the Reciprocity Issue placed the people at the allow. ot cheap agricultural., implements to Ihe farmer, and which .the -party, to whicli Mr; prevented. There is this- credit least coming said ence given >.by- adding that he 'never "heard'- 'Mr. In 'an 'Clarldge jlcly make. iKnot.aUowl'ng-themselves to Mr.. Melghen to he unconscious agents :in" giving inspiration to those who.-will not; 66 satisfied until constltitted aiithoritji Is displaced. Where It Is perceived that autocracy has been usurped by the Government, setting at defiance all democratic, principles, the case In point should be proved to the hill be- fore It Is made a matter ot complaint. At the same time those who so accuse: and who are fie accredited-representa- tives ot the people, should make: il clear lhat the; Indignation ".fallows 'action taken In'th'e p'ropef place to bring before that GoVern' ment tho nature of Its offence by liia procedure which Parliament allows, euch as moving.a voto of censure- or of want of confidence. Unless some .such procedure .Is shown to have been talien, accusations 'of the kind en fine-1 be said to fulfil any parllcu- larly useful purpose. geta to allow. Premier lleighen can- not hope' to. convince the people of particular. benefits of the fiscal when ho-'aceksvto Confuse Issue-and fails to'glye "cfeOit where "cfedit'Is'due. C. P. Ft. OFFICIALS AND POLITICS. The Calgary i Alberlan Is gadly aslray, A then'adjourned until.twp Aftetn'oop'-lSesiteii Q b trie's ,pie ra ine" .superinten- dent, called jlr He testlne'd that he wwesed talleged- be- A Threat for Future .LONDON, Oct. Evening News today prints the following state- ment which It saysjwias.made by the deputy lord mayor or Cork "Wa are leaving behind; us In your capital, many of our .patriots who will see that the debt'o' pient is fully paid. .ernment may thin'K i Ing in ot the hotel at theius, but tbore will.K time." He said that the accused (Sailed on. (A London ft -'said a deputation of ?1 members ot 'the corporation a money or the rest of his Deputy Lord Mayor OBallajban had story was the same as lhaf reported arrived that n.d the above. He ndded'that no one services for- WV was held up. In the cross-ejamlna- mayor and funeral tion the witness said that tho accus-1party (0 Cork.) j ed might have ueen dfiygnateti a spov ter or any other character 'without his hearing It. Harry Carpenter, a commercial traveller and guest, at the'Cosmopol- itan hotel on the iStK'iust., was.exam- Ined-by solicitor He recited In dealing itliej the story of mele'e With' (Conltoued From'FroBt question of employees of tho national much and, on. being cross- In 'he slance of C; P. It. officials being allow- ed to takoTJia'rl In'pollllcs. Wo have ......________ mentioned names of C. P. R. officials mind, and he h'earfl the who show that the railway company i ?S or the room. .1 nitii. Hllllllg LIJJUL JUU 11UV lamina OMJ OV.H J u 1----- f part In the affair, b'eisiw: plainly that: movement, bad for themstlves and for the Canada. Solicitor Olllls then to the part In-politics by tho positions In hold-up which appeared lnT the Cal- polilics they at present occupy while! gary Morning Alberlan of the 21st. still remaining servants of the com-l ?he_ by AT WITH HIMSELF, Premier Melghen, in his speech at Winnipeg, continues In pursuing tho course he has.adopted In regard to the tariff by blinding Ihe issue whan he plaros the consideration of the fiscal p'oilcy'as being the principle ot free trade And tbe principle of pro- tection. He shows In this slatemont of principle a' perverolly of logic, and In his own conduct destroys the very argument which ho places emphasis on. To the Proinler of Canada It Is an article of faith that those who have a desire to reduce tbe tariff or to re- move tho duty-on certain articles, are In this desire nothing less than tret In that they sponsor by so doing the principles of Ireo trado. If this were Iriie, then he him parjy. names, are. 'Mr.- He.enan and' Mr. Laurendeau in --the' Quebec Legislature, and 'we have tho welt- remembered case of Mr. Tom Cavrvn, who fulfilled his duties as conductor on the C. P. n. and member of tho The premier, followinf'.Mr. Calder, endorsed Ihe I atter'a tariff views fully and challenged the of the op- postllon lo say whether or not he be- lieved in Mr. Melghen want Inlo Ihe history of the recent unt nounced by the witness to be quite! of Commer true-anil highly colored. 'he govern Interjected Solicitor Put- nam, "It la ab'out as reliable as most of the reports In the Calgary papers." W. R, Finn Following, YV.'R, Finn, a grocery traveller, formerly with .iha Brllfsh Columbia legislature at the bridge Mercantile company, was call- same If olher instances to lhe a'so Snyder, a wanting we may point lo lhe case of, J ir Mt. C. H. Harrison, M. P. for Nipls-1 roff, manager of Ihe noukabor colony, sing, who Bits In tho Federal James McCnol. fill of tehpm wero and during the parliamentary recess engages In his employment with the c. p. n, buch statements as mado by the Alhcrtan are misleading and point lo the need of the editorial brain beinK clearer! ot cobwebs. H is at best a Rip Van Winkle attitude. Kven Homef nods, it 13 true, but this cannot be accov.nlcd an excuse for being asleep at Iho editorial switch of what Is, presumably, a wide-awake paper. The eilllor of tho Alberlan is In favor of itie employees of the national '.Self, by hfa .Very action and In the railways helnc allowed lo take parl -fiscal policy ho has at one time Judging from the tore of of tho fracas in Iho hotel rotunda. No ntrw evidence was adduced. This concluded the CASG-. for thi profcc-iitlon, ami us lhe defense had nn wiinas5P3, opposing lawyers were i an opportunity lo'sunl up Iho GHUs spokB lirst. and In-a clear, pointed way presented court the iallc-nt features of the case. He ment control' or Interfer- At the close of tbe premier and his party'.Ieft.for British Columbia, -whore the Wur. Is to be con- tinued. The meeting was 25 minutes late, with upwards of four thousand men and women present. Mr. Cftldsr, speaking first, said he iwas to give "a straight political talk." He said Ihe old political lives had been shat- tered and men and wbnrefl should hot fret bacX In Ihe old rnt'.' He declared lhat In these slrenuous days no man remained In public he sought power or salary or for any other reason than to. render public service. said Mr. Calfler, "an entire- ly different man mentally anil physic- ally from the man 1 when I ap- peared br.forc you three years ago. No man r.ould bnte gone through these 7 posed, la Just ae'mjich a free trader 'as Mr.-Mackeiizle.Klng, .Mr. ''Cfpri'r} or any. Of those who are desirous 'of a feylslon'of the larlff with the duties removed on cortofq articles. for. has not the same Mr, Mcjghen cd to ilo so, said Mr. "at tho Iiolnl of a gun. H had gona abroad, nvcrrerl rounsel, that this .was jll a conspiracy agalnsl Ihe enforcement 'lhe citliorial. but he has allowed (o I o( 'aw, hul lhls no Ipf' rftml annin'iini tt-U .deiiisd. He said It Ihore 4 let liirii.a.gAoa argufnCnt, why thlil thB-tuW-rtf tin. prlHIiige sliolild be' allowc'ii In'taking as an analogy. Instead of being the' par( bf De- Doako'r and their associates. Instead of upholding tha accused In ignorant of, tho experience ot C. P. K. llh Mr Oillls argued, Wa sup- eriorn iingnt (o repflrnand him. Ho lo Ottawa a Liberal lived referred lo the peculiar position ho lyuara.without a change.'J went down and his associate were placed in as the accused was a peace officer sent by the attorney-general's dcpartmetit to 'clean-up the Pass.' Ifo bad proceed- among western LiberalUm my itfe and I found the eastern brand of Llb- enlifely to wlilch I wan I found men In Ihe cabinet whoni I had looked upon AS Llbertli we bad called Tories, 'and 1 fourid hien hAd ttioiight old erustsd -Tories were1 (13 Liberal In their sentiment as 1 a i Chas. J. Kerne, superintendent of the Wilson Canadian Packing Co., prltri-iml him. Ho Chatham, died as the result of au W Inset. I'Mis'lOR for "You know my had a nervous breakdown when Jbe was my J A ND what has that to do with I have been worried a lot lately, and feel that my nerves are playing out, Besides, I believe tffa't nervous troubles are hereditary, and I guess I. ahi doomed." "Now, old man, the sooner you of that idea the better. You may ihhcrit nervous temperament, but not disease 6f the nerves. It is up to you to take care S'f yourself, and not allow your nervous sys- tem to become "But I am afraid it is too late, so far as I am concerned. My nerves are all shot to pieces. I ahi restless and fidgetyivcan-. not sleep at night. Everything seems, to worry me, and I cannot stand it much "Why don't you go away for a while and take a good "Simply because I cannot. My busi- ness requirea my constant attention." "Then I will tell you what lo'dd. Go to your druggistand buy a dozen boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I will guarantee lhat by tho time you have used it you will feel like an en''-eiy different "Oh, I have been taking medjcine enough from my doctor, and what-good has it done me? 'Perhaps I have-hsd a night's rest occasiqhSlly but "That is just the point. -vYoU have sought relief by deadening the-nerveis in- stead of restoring them." Nerve Food works on an entirely different principle. It1 forms new, richiblbodY. and nourishes the depleted nerve health and i "That sounds good fo me." "Because the Nerve Food works in this natural way you cannot change a.fter the first box or.two, .It fakes a little lime to build up an exhausted ner- vous system, but ;if you. have little patierico. the results will make-it worth ydur while." will follow your, advice, have been' terribly oppressed of the hopeless outjook. I knowryoti'would not recommend Dr.'Chase's.Nerve Pood unless you felt. Sure it would restore my'health, so I shall .do my.part afnd give it a thor- ough trial." for'. Chase's Nerve Food, 50c a box, all', or-.Edmarisen, Bates Ltd., Toronto.' Refuse 'substitutes, and'look for portrait and signature of A. W., M.D., on the you i ;