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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR U-TtMHHU'.UE. IMtl.l Ixjan, ibs fuppuri Riven u It ly 1 financial corporations should bo eu- letbbnboe Tberaloj Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6lh South, Ltthbribgo W. A. Buchanan President nnd Director John Business Maoii TELEPHONES Bualneu Office Editorial Office............ THE RESULTS OF THE BYE ELECTIONS I IT Ihere is nny iloubl as to tha sou ot thj Ontario elcc'Joa marking jihc jirogrvss of a. new movement Lu whlob iho oil Icfa behind i In race, iho results of the byo- l elections Miaoia itis. It Is a case the fl3w of the marked I by the swelling of ihe majorities pivea to iho Tanner candidates. Wo iw col statins anything new when TTIJ say that can- I252ir.ol bp altrgelfcer construed la their lion. A. J. McLean Advocates Formation of District; Elec- tions to be Held Soon Heml-er Audit BUKIU of ClrcuUllona ilicinv-e, aa the local and iho local of j ilio candidates often eater into tha TenSlcl of tte polls. ID tie case o( GlcnEurry-Ktormont and Carloton- Victoria, tha a'.gnlMrtinco politically o! tte result almost shouts itself. RAYMOND. Oct Southern Irrigation consisting of the tributary to Raymond, Magraih F. Feature of Polling Was That Town Vote Was Almost Solldlv Farmer ARCOLA, Ocl. day's eleclloa destroyed the last hope or tho Liberals lorriecstns tie farai ers' iKilltical moTement Tbe Subscription Ritas: Dally, delivered. .....S Dally, delivered, per yoar .....1.501 Unionist candidate, and Daily, by mall, per year J le loiter a crushing Weekly, by miil. per year 1.5J Weekly, by mail, per yoar to U.S. 2.00 the foncer the defeat of-the If we turn In I Ltat tba Viijonlit candidate was not ard Stirling v.-ithlu tha course of'ity Lhe electors of gave to a few be croaiei into an irriga-jO. R.' Gould, tanner candidate, la es- lion JiMria At a. special meelius itmaled to be In excess of anj held SuiiirJay attended by Ion. W. H. Motberwell'a .depoelt hu from all these losmi. ihe matter DMU forfeited. Ia round numbers, foupfiUbi of the polls give Gould 6.503 and Mother of organization was A. J. MacLcan. mlulster [only b-t benten so badly thru he lost his deposll. To nss a hackney- of papers slier expiration dale'ihe times and aa such cannot Dull .IB our authority 10 continue tha sub- cause a flutter in the dovccoles .icriplion. [QO tlial bo In Oil-lira. !i Uonld be iMlIsh for them to regard LET US UNDERSTAND _ .THE VICTORY LOAN Jn ulettlcns luo In these days of fereriEh ni5a TTO j Governmeat may welt regard ihem as .are loo lo look on things -which nie expression of the people, in it be- -do noi as ire may regard them con-itjjg tce nrit time, though in a linul- cern un Intimately. We look on the j opporlanlty was for 'eeceral and Tail to grasp the partial- tij3i eipresslon. H Is a GoTpm: lar. In so diins it mey Irnly be said ment that wcu'd st-nso this: It would j we lose much end th's loss 13 Q [collsh GoTernmeal thnt would] a personal one, 11 may be that it. the Victory Loan shares eiper-j tne reauils of the bye-elections cipoclcil shortly from Edmonton capital as everyone in the Soulll works, has edvScl ihe weu and the remaining polls ol the district. an announcement onir increase Gould's striking ma jority. The seal la normally The Liberal campaign was'a rigorous one, wltb .Mr. Motherwoll hlmsalf, Mrs. Mothenvell, Mrs. Hunt of Aberaetby Hoa. Waller Scott, Hon. Frank Oliver A. R. McMaater, J. O- Gardiner M.P.P., Mclntosli of North Hat lleford. 1. B. Pedlow, M.P., and ser eral other speakers taking an actlT part. A slrlUcg feature of the result I that the lown polls gave HS solid ma Jomies for Gould as the rural polls It is evident that the townspeople enibractDg all classes-of the popula .lion, do not regard the formers' pollt (cal party as a class movement. "lence. It may be that by some it .regarded as a floancial policy fn iralsicg fnuJs distantly connected Trill ti.9 Government H is lor this very peculiarity of In Ontario, coming as-lhey do on the top ui ihe'rfEuH or tte provincial elec-1 lion, the lals thai Union Govern- ment his become unpopular. This is a question tnat proLutles Itself, snd D. King, District Chairman, i Satisfied They Will Win Flag Easily (Special to Tha Herald) RAYMOND, Ocl. 2 an ob- jective of ihe Raymond Victory Loan coianuUee instituted the big cam- and .flunan nature that campaigns are or-jii !s question th-e answering of resterchv momine The ganlzed so that the average individual which does not open any particularly momentum .-may be brought to know the exact j ereat difficulty. The question 13 ono is lilile doubt but that Raymond nature of vrhal Is taking place. It is veil thai we thoroughly under- fland tha purpose of the Victory Loan; if for nothing else for our own salis- may well arrest Uie attention Stirling will "go'over the top.' ot Ihe Government. to those Eoarchings rill give riso heart fact-toa times- ia teeplng abreast or Ihe The war has added new resronsl- bllllics. Let us Eturt at that. They are -which hare fallen on the varioTis nations and, conEsquent- ly, on the Individuals who form; a nation. "What arc the responsibiliics i which we are called OQ io meei'in Thers is first and foremost responsibility we owe the men have fought for us. .We were only inq io do all iu oar power belp "the as we were ac- customed to call them. There Is still the call to do the same. The Victory Loan provides for this. The snm which, the people are are as profitable lo governments as they are.to individuals. In the deleai of Mr. Motherwell In Assiniboia, there is no't much cause for surprise. His cause was a lost one from the start. The election of Mr. .apoinle in QyEtsc East may be said to be an expected one, while Dr. Tolm-e's position and TTltb. Victoria placed the matter o' his success beyond doubt. Yet tho TOtcs polled against him deserve considera- tion in their numerical strength. with J. Evans, secretary. The soliciting committee consists of" Mayor L. L. Pact T. J. O'Brien, Mali H Drlmhall, O. H. Bnow, George Courl, Wilfrid Palmer and Asel Palm er. W. H- Spactmcin is the captain at Stirling end advices received from him Indicate that (hey are .of. to good start at ihe Junction town. Raymond is alloted fiQ equal ni aunt wilb Cardston this year, Magraib. and Welling, hav.e f t raise. Dr. of Calory, Is th ;enera! ctiairniHii of this district. THE C. P. R. AND THE COAL SUPPLY The information published in OUT columns, on Monday, Indicates what appears to be reprhensible conduct on the part of the local C.P.R. in the mat- ed to lend, and not to give, the-GOT- iter ot coal supply to local tarmera'and .emmeql-of Canada the. purposes of in the spirit ot "c'ar- we'learnt to reallie when the Of.Lhjs Bum more than lull, amounL- ing. required for-de- of bringing'the their pay aod malnien- for tbe .upfccep of the hos- pILals.lo'whlch numbers of them have go oo their relnm Io Canada. There1 is the furl her sum of local dealers. If the reason for this is that the company is sh.ppln.E coal out In preference to adequately sup- plying local needs, the action. Is more reprehensible. This may appear a selfish point or view, but it is not so when analyzed. It does not ly mean that the people outside should be left cold while those at home are kept warm. It rather bespeaks tha advantage Is taken ot those at home in the feeling that whttier they wal S, hicago Trainmen, in Number, Will Strike Thurs if Demands Not Met C H C AGO, Oct. thousand members of the Brother- hood of Railway "Trainmen, cm- braced In fourteen lodges In the Chicago twitching dfstrlct, today had voted to strike Thunday un- Ittf wage demands filed last July were met -'In full" and a vole on the proposition by the other (odg- of the 180.000 trainmen through- .out the country was under way. Headed by W. Q. Lee, preildent of the brotherhood, A committee of 21 tomorrow will confer with Walter D. Hlnei, director-general of railways and In the event the demands are not met, have bern empowered to call out all passeng- er and freight brakemen, suburb men and yardmen without further ceremony. PA AICKED UP IN SSING ran THE UUBY auds brought mouths. Detroit police and firemen ara eg a year bonus. August, birth rate la England ho greatest of month since be- ginning of war, Food Administration has put New on ration shortage. system teems a of a sentence of r For third oouatfonttra torm Prwldent Wm. H. Taft wai nlccled, Tmldent ot the Cenerml Conference of the Vnltarlan Church SocletM. At Newark, NJ-, 3W JUney DUMB carried passengers during September, and collected ID IWM 11T0.9U. ol which ;he city In taiea. kfacklnlosk, K.C., 11 n. ChM.SL. daughter of A Buntiury. Pa.. Jury a man damages for an auto recced by a train, and allowed n woman for the- loss of her son. electrocuted by a. live vlre while at work. boforc the Montreal Women's club yes terday afternoon. Tho minister open ed his address by pointing out there must be a modification of the popular saying "that a changed couctry and changed people had resulted from Ihc years of struggle" find maintained that the great basic principles of govern meat and conduct, would romalu the same. Otherwise, he said, we he en gulfed In lawlessness, in confusion North Carolina tobacco crop IB estimated at poundi, about ihe aa iasi year. A Chicago firm waa fined flQO for Including the wrapping paper when tvelghIng a slab of bacon. a Detroit room Ing bouse was raided worth of narcotic drugs were seized. Putman County, N.Y.. with popula tlon of 11.000. has 1.329 motor cars, or one for every ntno persons, A Dover, X.lt., man is seeking dl- rorco hecauEO ot discord In money mailers. They havo 22 children. A strike of bituminous miners, No- 1, will cutch U.S. vlth. only a ten-day supply of coal. Xine Wisconsin colleges hare com- lined Cor a drive for a 'unil to Increase? their professors' salaries. Indiana High school students hare struck for a five-hour session, be- cause "school ID tlie afiernoon spoils barrister of TYooditoek. Ont, and tar-in-liw of HOD. 0. H. Mackin- tosh, Cornier of ina Northwest Territories, died at 6 o'clock Thursday attsruoon at RoTeMolce. tho whole dov." Playing cowboy, a ll-year-old boy at PUtslJurg hnnged himself on n ban-sler when his inollier left lhi house for a Ccir minutes. perhaps in revolution as are Thieves Entered Saturday Nighl About A. P. P. Being Inefficient rom prBcllcallr all of the leading Countries of the world gathered here or the opening tbls-jnornlng of the nternational congress ot working wo- nien, the first 'of Its kind ever held and which as Its object an Inter- change of Ideas and experiences on R which most Intimately alfecli em- pToymeul, child of molbera and protection ot their sex In hazard- ous industries. Each of the countries has 10 Totes In the congress regardless "of the num- ber of delegates. present. -Most ol the nations, however, hare, sent only two except' Poland." which has (ire. The eiecutitacanimSltee of the congress, In order that "each country's point OL Tlew may be represented there- on, consists of one member from each delegation.chosen by hor co-delegates. The members of this committee In- clude Mrs.. Kalherlne Berry, for Can- ada, and Dr. Alicia Great Dritain.' Much ot today's session of the-con- gress was eipeeled to he taken up In jerlectlng an oreanlTallon and the selection of committees. A large start of Interpreters waa provided In order countries at tho monienl, from the mania for doing away with all. that has been, and substituting the untried theories ot would-be dictators. When a railroad accident flumped four cnrs of, coal on iho street ral way tracks at Cincinnati a snow other plow waa used lo clear it away. A man al Thompson, Conn., charj ,ed with stealing a beehive, pleade jnot guilty, but bee stings on hi Chriitmai U Netr- Order Your Piano EVERY year we have toll- day ruih of orden thai taxes our carlacUj It you plan Lo baw a piano lent M a gift we urge TOU to order now, when cholca of iljlea anrt woods ifl PUnoa are not built In a day. Order now. MASON is Ihe faeoui Afik U9 for "easy terms and "taclory to home prices." Style Booklet tree. Bilmonl Block Homi ol Ihi Vlotroii' BUY VICTORY BONDS needed for cralullies to complete 'long or otherwise, the C.P.H. knows j TJO- (From Our Own Correspondent) GRASSY.LAKE, Oct.- Un itcd Formers Association held a rally meetlng on Saturday Ihe ISth. On Sunday nlsht Ihe 19th, the store or J. II. Watsnn and Co. entered and about 5100 worth of goods stolen. H 13 no wonder that llie Provincial Police are Inefficient, ea Monilaj when Mr. "Watson endeavored to The Greatest Name In Goody-Land (tie grant already authorized, For the cjrtl of soldiers there -la th'f needed. For the-Land Settlement Scheme the sum of Is set apart (n-lfae Loan. aiODQ hare their appeal. that they will stlH have lo come to it for their coal supply. In plain words It Implies a playing on the necessities of these ptople. It Is lo be hoped That the GalL Mlnea management will he abie lo explain this In a different way, but this Ii lac face value ol Its To lurn lo other ihiags for which eclloii al Ihc present time, the, money, comprised in tie Ixian In Ihe present weather an adeqaato needed' Canada baa lo sell her supply of coal means much. With The home marfcel alone is not suffl-llhe experience it has had In the coal clent to abfiorb all that we produce.! supply, the C.F.R. can be credited We have need of the outside market with a enowledge ol what would be To obtain this In the Loan we trt adopt- i the normal supply UDfier present ell- ,ljg a fine commercial policy. We are Eiatlc locally, and would, lending the money to bay what [accordingly, provide for Ihe same we produce, ted tit COHEE withoat sucb lo alfect on the phono It was dla- mission lo supervise the evacuation ol back' to T-J-Ji tie profit Ihe salsa. is i ply of ID the present wtalher Is it the de market. Tbe normal sup- itss siid (o be Ions, and when the though It TTZT rf t which DecetEKy Tr.ai obtainable from the company sity la tbe wast of caah in li, a? staled, only a fifth of it, the countries -arhlca, oar own. position disclosed becomes a ecanda to pay the prks of war. moue? j loaa one. There shonl'J be no occasion goes out and ia In ia I for farmers coming in for their coal our iLijEU Tters !a ins incentive given to IncreaHe'l prodTic'.Ion, a ad 1 .thai In tts opens llie country at large. Furthermore, the foteresl on the Man It paM by tbe OoverDment to the people of Canada and remaina In tbe Dominion Instead 'of going out of It, an would be thi ca39 K the Loan was negotiated abroad. thnir enterprises. Mrs. McXevcn entertained In honor of Mrs. and Mrs. Hall, who ?.re leaving for the Old Country on Wednesday. Mrs. Gwlllfam missed by her many friends and wo all Tvlah them a acfe ar.d voyage. .Vr3. Alex. .Hutchison and family vtslltd Bow Island last FrMay, At n cirrus In Paris, 111., a bear u.rupt a paw through the cage liars o bs held up In tbe at? for three in the nanr] 0, B man whr) wafl Aa a business proposition there la ina substantial aacurlty hchind Loan. There U Ihe guarantee 0[ four days with all the added expense and inconvenience entailed. This should weigh in the balance In the way the C.P.R. regulates supply. The action of ihe local C.P.R. calls for considerable explanation. and bit nft the forefinger. CHURCH UNPREPARED FOR WORK BEFORE IT HAMILTON, Ont., Ocl. fea- of the proceeding.1) of the Daimn- ion convention Anglican Young f'co- lerest. There la farther, even though mcei'ng hers was an It may be a mercenary way of Cook- ing at It, what Is well worth consider- ing, the facl that the Talae of Ihe [n- Te.Blmenl In tho Loan will increase la the eiperlenca of rrerloua ones of the same character. Tho scanning of financial papers In respect (o prlcea o( aecnrlt'efl will confirm this. If any- thjng lit needed (o cljnch Ilia value of nddreaa by Jllshop Clarke, In he epohe rcry plainly of ths unnrc- riarednesa of the church for the prtal work.before H. He asked what the church could io to help ihe stale solve the tremendous natfon, social and mnrai HroMcms before it. The slate naturai'ly looked to Ihc church lor leadership, Rilldance and The'church was not or ready to per- form.this task, said Iho bishop. PJGLEYS ell decided today that the allied com Drlg.-ten. Cheney, United Slates. It la understood that the departure of the will not be deferred onger than Ihe end of the present MONTREAL. Ocl. "Our Dom inion ftftcr the was the subject CHEWING GUM developed along many different, lines SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT covered thai the police station, Is supposed to serve this district has not even got a phone In the office and In spile of Lcthbrldge hefng phoned It was Tuesday before n constable ar- rived on the scene. This ia very different from the scr- vlco elven by the old Mounted Police who never seem lo he asleep. commlss'on Is composed o The G. W. V. A. had an Initiation of Mcsscl, representing France, who an associate member on tho evening1 of Saturday, October 25th, when there was a good attendance. A most joyable evening was spent, and cotTce being served, putting on a Hallowe'en Friday next which will doubtless he the success we now look for In all A NEAT, TIDY FOOT With lh.it graceful appearance, can or.Iy he Ihe result of properly fitted shoes. Thin floea away with that loose, baggy appearance around the ankle and upper; also the broad, flal appearance of the root. These results can only IIP secured by having your foot fitted !n an Exclusive Shoe Store carrying Bhoca In all widths antl lengths, GO that you can get what ii reriulrcd for yoar particular fool. Wo havr- hiirli a stock find hnow how lo fit the to all feol ID gel ApjiCa anco and Corn fort. You will buy here eventually, WHY MOT W. J. NELSON EZO THIRD AVENUE S6UTp BUILDINQ ;