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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta "PACK FOUH THE LETHBftlDGE DAILY HERALD OCTOBER She Derate and PublHhsri THE LETHBftiDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED S26 S'Ji Strict Soyth, Lethbrldgo W. A. BUCHANAN Freildwt and Managing Director join Torrarica Manager Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rites- Daily, Delivered, psr .55 Duly, oj per year........ 800 by rnsU, for 6 months 485 .Dally, bjr mail, I months .Weekly, by mail, per 1.64 mill, per year w C.S l.v) the mine owners to avert if. possible the evil day. At the prose at time the outlook in regard U> the coal s'.rito Is sot re- garded us totally hopeless, though o! this no one can speak with certainty. Vital Is "considered a neiv light on the issue is what is known ixs the 'Miners' Ofler." Tbis accepts that au increased output o! ciul is lial -to the well-being ol the c anil that H can be secured by itutual goott will between ihe mine owners and the miners. Tho iiiiners agree to the setting up o! national and dis- trict committees to obtain Increased output; and, meanwhile, pending a permanent wage scheme they accept the principle, of what Is known as the datum line. All the trouble now, it appears, is over the precise datum line: it la for fixing Ibis that rewnl EefcotlaUqas have been going oil. The miners, it Is slated, stand by theirvAemand. for an immediate- rlso o! two. shillings, and would nj'ajw the TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who was tha I'hiraoh who made Joseph his viceroy? 3. Who was the Pharaoh who knew not Joseph! i 3. What are known as the "Chrls- itiau i. What is the meaning of "Saas S. What are uaclal letters? IS. Who was the Maid of Saragoia? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the name Alabama de- rived from? a. is the only word that Is compounded only? 3. What flower. obtains its name because It never fades? What is Barratry! 5. What tree is regarded as an anti- dote against lightning! S. What living language has the fewest letters, aud what the most? FAITH'OF HON. J. A. CALDER In the" proclamation of tariff, faith .at-Moose Jaw Hott J. A. Calder has believer in lhe( 'Meigheh tariff doctrine as isld down' In the policy to be adopted by the, new. National Liberal sad Conservative I .The now Party's BamV'hss It bag evidently large, enough for Mr. Calder 'to lake In that the new shade, is welcome to a.man who has confessed that ho is.a man.mentally snd physically, and.ho should.hayo 8dde4 constIIution- ally, t hat he Is politically con- etitutpd; All these' great changes come upon Mr. Calder sinca he journeyed -to Ottawa. The leopard -has-changed Ins spots, so to-speak, In rrioying from one sppt to another; and with this Eiis tariff -views have undergone a change in spots, lie has noiv shown himself to hnve been an apt pupil pf his political.GatnalleV'Ar- tbur Me ghen Vj Mr Calder has a pleasant way' oj conscience" in regard'to the .N, L. C. tariff pgllcy be has swallowed hplus lolus. His own logic, however it may appear the average, man is suflicient'Juh'tfl Sontcihher output on which that ad-j vanee 'would be given the I 1. From ANSWERS the' name -of an Indian with further advances put.. Tho mins owr.efs, on tho other hand, flx'ah ah'nuaroutpnt of 242 mil- lion tonSj.BS; Ihe..figure .required to justify, an advance of ino shilling. the JR 1Ila Of Mississippi for higher out- meaning. "Here Is rest." "S. 2. The Greek letters alpha, beta. word from the The amaranth, It is a sea term, and means tho with higher advances for rising out- ers or insurers of a ship by the cap- "jit. is dm TircspnL rock on tain or crew. The fraud may consls rm'- of many phases, such as deserting tha him IP satiety htm In the tariff faith he'has' espoused: Ho comes to the point with amount of unc- be says that he is a believer In tariff for revenue purposes thai .yon.cannot have a tariff for revenue -without..It being at the same time i tariff for. ths protection of Canadiai Surely Mr. Calder believe! .top' much when ho thus states his be. lief. commission of a fraud on the own vhlch-Ihe negotiations may spilt if ail ijarliovdo', lipt conge', to an agree- ment be accepted. AN ILLUMINATING FACT N THE'SUGAR QUESTION. "Th'e ppsHton In whicn me sugar re- fiiiers, stand to the'Government has AlBCibsjCJ-ln.wJiat may be said to be in the circumstances a search- light oh these relations. This Is a letter which recently appeared in a Janjaica "paper, the Daily Gleaner of Kingston, written, by J. E. .Kerr and Co., a-sugar firm in the island. The. letter was in the nature ot n reply to a question asked of the firm by. the'paper on a iu the pro visions made In what is knojrn as the Treaty; Agreement between Canada and the West Indies. This letter re- fers to the duty placed on what is known to the trade .as! IGth Dutch Standard sugar and' the-'lighter color- ed sugar.' The is..the dark sugar which needs refining before it reaches Ihe consumer; the latter is sugar which can be passed OTer.tha counter- in tho grocery stores iu tho stale In which: It Is'imported. The Custom's duly places a duty of 51% hundred pounds on the dark and on hundred ponnds ot the light ship, sinking her, falsifying her cargo etc. 5. The bay tree. Hence some o tho Roman emperors wore'a wreath o bay as an amulet during thunder 6. The Italian language, with 2 letters iri Its alphabet, has the few est. and the Persian, with 45 loiters the most. On the C. P. R. Farm Jn the Van Home Sur- prised at Victory Will Follow In Tie Steps Of B.C. (From our own Correspondent.) CLARESHOLM, Oct. vot- ng on the plebiscite is over and hints are taking their natural way gain as If nothing had happened. A Teat part of the people all not go to he polls.as they thought thut they would be better employed elsewhere. As the- constituency ol Macleod only the "Drys" about 400 of s major- revenue in keoplns with that tlon. I Like Japhct In search of a father, In the experience he has suffered, has Journeyed tp Ottawa to find a tariff policy. Like the boy who. hag gone lo 'college he returns to'the hpme lown-wit'i.college ideas, and hs is not exactly Individual as his.friends and acquaintances knew hlrt THE BRITISH COAL STRIKE The coal .strike In Great liritaln, if if'continues to its bllter end, it 13 estimated will Imolvo a loss to tuat country 'of tons ot. coal a within approximate .pit-head ol thirty three million dollars in respect of coil for Inland ccnsump- of-Canada. Had the duty not been arranged lor the benefit of the re- finers the Jamacia firm contends that it would be able to deal direct >nol only- with the grovers hut also wita the manufacturers of confectionery. Tho" letter in the Kingston paper concludes by saying "It strikes us tliat It Is clear to he seen that Ihe Canadian Government are out to pro led their refineries, and'wo consider lhat In doing this they.are acting en tirely contrary to the interests of the West Indies Sugar Trade." We may say tbat it is clear to be seen" lo.Hlvin favor of the "drys." The dry majority a' surprise" organization, who expect'itp. do more than break even, and did not consider than-43 safe dry-votes.' Evidently, however, Lhey had rnora friends than they knew. The "npt hy any means an-indicatlon of the.senti- ment uf thejicommonlty.'' course some wets did not vote-.while the drys polled 00 per cent-ol their safe votei. On Ihe other hand (lie great majority i minister of Ian of the people here are not naturalized government wh and could not the., over- whelming majority--of these would VPte "dry" had franchise. A very last 'Wednesday afneady-JJade'schpol In the interests pf the Navy League. An entertainment, of moving ptcthres, recitations .and music..was held, and over cleared for the Navy League. r Miss Siberia Snggilt visited her home over Thanksgiving, as aha had a brief holiday Jrorn Mount Royal College. A good number pt Coaldaie young men attended the Boys' Conference in Lethhridge hiinday. They report a tremendous time with that It is not only against tho in- terest of tho sugar growers of-lhc West Indies lhat the special privileges given tho sugar refiners act. but they acl distinctly against Ihe consumers of sugar in Canada. The provision of eight mjlllon dollars In re-' rafide ln lho Trealy Agreement, when coal delivered f.o.b. for ex- dale, Wesley church and ,lhe Y. M. port; a loss to the miners in wagsa of nt least sixteen milllou dollars a week; a Joss 'to'tho 'Eselictiui-r of the "surplus profit" on export co.il, estimated by the Jliners' Federation at close on and thirty million a year. In addition to these there are lo be reckoned the losa oc- cas'oned by disiocntlon ol Industry and the scarcity uf domestic coal for f.n indefinite period. With thciie there Is the.-Benlirnenlal side of tho E'.rlV.o, In the. great hardship it will cause lo tho poor during the coming winter, wllh, In addition, the inevit- C. would .-have hcen: swamped. Anyway the Coaldaie fellows know the Tints yell. Here it Is; Tnxts Roys, up and. on, On to victory; lip to'fftme. Watch you-step and play the game..! 'Tnxis boys, spell (hat. noise, T-U-X-1-S is Tuxia. Tuxls Hoys. Sllsa Macdonald staff IB .'bark al'.yi'ork JeaVs; lor placed'In relation to the SIIRI.- relin- "a week able result of cost Ittf i a further rlso in tho a view- of all the stupendous i coh_2Cqu6r.cc3 ef'd coal s'lrlkc, waged 1m biilsrr.ess lo thp'.llmlL'> not .'to reckon .the consenucnces irfs''at least fio'poful (o note that tho'Wst; ybl keen said, and lhat conferences arc bo- In? held omon'g represenalives ot tho Brlllsli Cpverrjrnenf, tho minors, ani ore and tho peppie of Canf.dn, sHowa tbat when It cornea to a matter pf consideration tbo special in- terests havn had all of It nt Ihe ex- pense of the people as u whole. Keep the Herald story competition In mind. How 13 tbat story panning should be a general question. out? The-Calgary Herald volunteers tho statement that the public is .under.the conception that the larilf was design- ed for the benefit of the manufactur- ers. No one believes this, but a great many-believe that It works that way. REVISED TOTAL Averaged Thirty-One Bushels to the News (From pur Own Corresnondent) CARDSTON, Oct. Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Vern Shaw" on Wednesday, afternoon. A 'very tasty was.served at the close of-the-meeting. -Mr. Frank Jessop-nnd1 family of Creek'haTe taken tho old Banner-home for the winter. Bora-'-To Mr- and Mrs. J. J. Sec- retan (jf Wpplrprd, a' son. Mr. Geo. Mathews who went to Utah to attend-the late L. D. S, con- ference met and renewed old acquaint- ances with a Mrs., Rasmnssoh of Spring City Utah, where they were After the convention has. dpne Its married.: George Is a prominent busi- ness man of Cardston, engaged in ;p well driving. Ho has been successful in: driving'several good wells'in and around Cardston. Mrs. Mathews will come to Canada next month, whero ;hey expect to make their future home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stewart, a daughter. Mrs. Tagg met with a very painful accident last week, when she fell and dislocated her knee. cap. She is at onr local-hospital. Mr. James' K. Leavilt Is very sick at the home of his daughter, -Mrs. Dudley Leavitt.' Threshing is practically over In the Gardston district 'only a few odds and ends are left. On the whole the crop was nil that could be expected and In most instances above what was esti- mated. Mr. H. Jelliff of Railey ex- peeled a 25 bn. crop, hut threshed a 31 bu. average. He said he enjoyed the surprise. The price is the only disappointing feature. The moisture that has fallen dur- ing the last week will enable the far- mers to proceed with the fall plow- ing and while some are not expecting lo plant as much wheat as heretofore, considerable land Is being prepared arid some fall grain has and Is being planted, The large .am! appreciative aii'llenoo In evidence at the Palace Ihsatre on .Friday and Saturday last was the ro- :sult of unlnue advertising of .work the mcetlpg: will be. adjourned to the Grand. .THea_tro, 'where. a mass meeting will be' addressed hy Hon. John Oliver anil Hon. Dr. King, This will be the- opening- meeting In this district ot what promised to be a ycry lively II short .campaign. Rumor has It that Hon. late member lor Prince' and ds in the late Bowser representing the Fernle riding, will be a candidate. against A. I nuu supporter ol the Oliver. government. If such should prove to be correct, a lively campaign may be expected, as Mr. Ross Is quite a campaigner and well known In this district. C. D. McN'ab, of Waldo, is In town and will be in attendance at the convention; of the Associated Boards of Trade for East Kootepa'y, which convenes here Ibis evening. C. M. Edwards Is a Fertile visitor today. Principal Sheffield Is now in full charge of the Fernle public, schools and E. G. Daniels, .has ..assumed his duties as Inspector fpr this district. B. CaPOMTICAL Hon. W. R. hoss, Fcrnle, la retiring from according to rlhe Vancouver will 'not "l r seek .in for The 'enfarged an.iV new curlaln...wpre lie Is the'Temperance Ifeform Lnaiuo. The practising law nt Stttwart. David Whltcslde, Liberal M. >r Nov.- nbl seek i-clpclfnn. :'y" following program was carried out. "I TheeT Kvefy And an a'nthem wwo tho opening BOpgs. plEh.opG.-W, Burl, of Caniatpn 'first the Invo- cation. H. L. the benediction. The opening 'address by the' Ilevs Mr. Ayltfard paslpr of St. Andrew's church In CorrTston, ".Trpiis was at the opening" 'public ftitiinncy. I Saviour, rilol was by Mr. session today of tho navy court'of nose. ConaervaHvc momber for Ora Williams and Dr. C. W. 1'lrt-np ftccnmpanlctl on the pl3npr hy Mrn. Dr. Pickup. Mr. Morlln, Woolf, M.I'. IS BAD ENOUGH 'Oct.; _______ killed In Haiti during the five yoarn of "If W. H. Sutherland of Revclstoke United Slates occupation numbered by acclamation, although W. J. Dow. Instead of as previously f'-f staled Sunday there'would be, a announced by the navy Conservative candidate in every 66n- lulry, recently by Secrel-' N'elson. will bo opposed by Mayor. Mac- ary of the Navy Dantola lo inveallgalo .Donald, while the Tories clulm the Hie conduct of Island republic. the marines' in the j election, hand field, In Trail. down, of J. H. Scho- Hrlgadier .General. The veteran speaker of the House, commandant of tho corps; the firal John Keen of Kaslo, faces a fight -'------before court, leBliQed that [w'ln Fred Lister, C.M.O, D. 8. O., a strong relumed solillor-Con- Bervatlvn (andidale and the first sup- erintendent of tho Camp Lister sol- dier KcdltMent near. Creston. All membtirs of the Oliver gov- ernment win seek, re-election. a mistake Id 'addition' had led to Ihe erroneous LIVESTOCK SALE -AT CALOARY' Oct. .27.-AI ha first l.t.----fll JIIQV "JJI The danger of hating to ration (ho morning's sale ol (ho flf'th anriiial aUc-. I I'alph Smith, at' present an la- "ic Alberta cAfllc, sheep member, will contest Van- couvpr .is ,1 straight Mlier.il.' Routlitrn, cotton planters are latlon migar. In tho household has lor of tnc Alberta c lime being been overpast. The lionsc-; A7rcrta dffrirlmr T'? wife; nevertheless; must be now In a >.bmit "nnirTpmo rouon planlur3 are rational stale ol mind, with tho latest hslf n himdr.Gd passed .through the amvlfnflnj! a IIKS of On their announcement made by the Govern- ol sumclontly hlgrr. t-rnp low ac- niont, ilnr's! Suftnlks nnd tor Stro'pshlrcs, Georgia, P., and President n'so spnko. "The Dream ol I'nra'fllse" was rendered by Mr. Ora Wf'llltinig. MAKE DEMAND ON .SASKATCHEWAN COVT. Oct. 27.-At the Hrst pf tho district oonvenllpjn of the Sas- katchewan drain drovers held horn a resolution that tho pr6vlncial Bovcrnment Inlro- ilucp the system of voting by' prppor- .tfonal reprfjsontatlon before Ilio noxt olectlpn. 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