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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET HBKlDGIfi DA1LX HEKALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920 "fcetalfc alberta OAILY. AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD COMPANY LIMITED 6th Street rui luiu- Director Towages y 5. Manager Member Audit Bureau of Subscription Hates oelirered. per wear .35 Daily, cj mail, par year 800 Dally, by mall.' fsr C aoiths 4 2i Dallr, br mill, 3 mentis.....150 Weakly, by mall.' per'rear-. 1 i'J by mall, per year 10 U.B 1.0) that no certificates (or the sale of ex- ciseable-liquors shall be granted ex- cept lor inns anil hotels or restau- rants in special cases. In accordance with tho provisions ot the act, It a vote Is cast for Ihe No License Resolution, and that res- olution- Is not carried, the will count. for the- Limiting HeeoluUon. To bo successful, the No. License Resolution roust receive the support of. not_ lets than 35 per cent, of the riot less than 55 per cent of the lotal -vote recorded. b'a-ioen, as we read it, thai for the whole ot.Scotland to go dry will require a .certain. majority in every district pui'Jhe No Lljense Reg- ulation. Resolution only reqiflre's a simple majority. This leaves certain districts protected from going dry against the will of the majority, and s'aino tlnje allows district-s. to near prohibition as possible by. reducing tho certifi- cates for the Elle of exciseable liquor VISJJ T PREMIER WEIGH EN. .Tp the..people :of the cily and to the people of (he district the a-jnoirace- meat ot the visit oV 'Premier Melghc-n S will'be a'- Vvelcbnfc'-'one.-1 'ToUtirting- fresfi onJhe yl'Eirof Hmi. Macktp.zi'e visit" is" opportime; -la that' witlv the .enunciation of one policy meinory, comparisons e'ne.ijuarter..-J Majority votes on tha'. firsUquestioh wiil ?lej things re- main as Ihey were In certain districts, or in ilhs; whole of ScoDand If EO-voles. en accpinj plished: Men's minds' are far more open to hear and to be convinced on political issues than heretofore. ..With this'In mind it should .be liken as accepted, that the same" welcome and generous" reception accorded to the Leader of the Opposition will be reserved for the Leader of the Government.'- Mn Meighen risits the city, iti the, tenor of Ihe tour he is making, liot In his official capacity as Premier of' the Dominion, but in au unofficial capacity as Leader" of the Party in power. This is jyisely_faUune4 to the special set forth; the merits of the policy of that Party) Visits such made by Ihe' Leader of the Opposition and to bo made by the; the new Na- tibnal-Liberal- and "Conservative' Piiix educative potlt; ically, much to be appreciated.. Since the'las has gram ip "a nEW men reaching the age when "they are priTil- HBO the with, the. addition to the electorate of women .voters-who.now new interest In politics, in that ithey can take a formal part in of passive part be- fore female suffrage .was granted To tiese in their .now. relation. to; thlt Is ne- of taking advantage of and abus- ig hospitality. In this she has gone gainst the code of decent society. The book of -Mrs. Asqulth has re- eived advertisement which it little eserves, It to the OTBtfpnh.-of-curiosity and breaks "-from" the "associated ith British' home's in tranBgressIng le obligations -which a guest owes o her host and to tho company among horn hospitality has placed her. It 3 not surprising in'the'clrcnmstances hat the book cond'emh- :ion not. only from those who have uttered from indiscreet babblings print of the authoress, but from t.hers who have a sense ot decorum. The following observation from the Dec. of Mr. Hay den Church, writing rom London, England, to the W Free Press, la snfflclent to show the regard In which It hay be said ire. and her btSik are held "he Asqntth, whom lalms. ,to reqbwn are already aumerOLS and curiously assorted, may to'be known as the woman who ;illed'dlnjng out in England. By pub- ishlng her amaclngly frank and some- what, reminiscences, she basket> fashion which already shows signs ot being widely followed, anc hreatens, as an indignant public man expresses it, 'to put an end to al 'social Inter course.' "The spread of this 'pestilential iiblt of keeping diaries and publishing as it Is stigmatized by the pub- ic man already, mentioned, Is regard ed with positive terror by the persons ot eminence, like' himself, an Ihe unwilling, and'Whblly uncousultei victims ot the social diarists. "Bather than continue to be such many of the men and women, hulk largest in the public eye in England are vowing that the dlnne and tea tables of their friends and ac qualntances shall know them not at least until such as they can be assured that commun. cations made In confidence o( soda Intercourse shall be secure agalns being retailed in continues the publl man referred lo, "we ought lo mak a stand against this antisocial diary habit. It is killing all the ease an pleasure of the leisurely social Inte course which in former days did much to make, IKo worth living. T an old-fashioned person like raysei it seems a tasteless, even dlahono aWe, business to give private (anve eatloris to tho public and dleh up th cold remains of a friend with hero of rhetoric, harri-bolloti egotism an ny. person or "nwv'eS to the steamer. Whenirarcly have trouble with students." "No I' whether rJohn Harleycorn is to be i a sauce ot scandal.1 President or not, -The Issue on which Scotland is to 'decide On November 2nd has htcn hanging Mr the past seven years. On November 2nd the period of seven years' grace allowed to the publicans to insure thcmeelves against Ihe ef- tecta of the local option clauses in Ihe Temperanco Act ot 1913 will have run and the poll I: to be taken on the local government franchise. .Electors may vote for one ol the three following (1) No Change Resolution means that the lowers and discretion of the Licensing Court shall' remain un- changed, (i) Limiting Resolution means that the' ndnibor of'certificates'-for sale of exqiseablo, liquors tio reduced Arto-qulr'leri' No .License. Resolution means (Continued From Front Page.) the whisk? sold in England placing far ahead of the home brew. ''Did you and your friend drink asked "or did you ropose a toast to Danny The'witnoss did not recall any such >ast. Dan Lewis Called Dan Lewis, the accused, was the rsl witness called by the Defence at er tho noon recess. Lewis7 on lamination by his told the ourt-xthat he'.operated a pool room nd soft drink stand in Blairmore; lat he went 'overseas with the 54th ootenay. battalion. and, eerved in (Continued trom Front Page) fnneral train, demanned that the sta- tion master fulfill tne contract to carry the body to Cork by way of Kings- town, a port, near Dublin. A confer- ence in tb.e: station master's office fol- lowed and.that .official was arranging more. It was received by the urban council and-thousands ot the city's Inhabitants. A draft ot armed troops was present. Business waa completely suspended and strong Indignation was expressed by Sinn Seiners at the British" gov- ernment's action In diverting tho body instead of allowing It lo proceed to Cork by'way of Dublin. A BIG ENROLLMENT AT BLAIRMORE SCHOOLS (Prom a. Staff Reporter.) Oct. Blair more High school, one at most tMde- awake-ln.the province, presents Its annual play tomorrow night, and all day, today tickets'were sold on the from a lace curtain. It is a heavy loss, Mr. Brown having rio crop UtIs year and a.family pf sir children. Thev are stopping nt the home o( Mr. and MrsV Norcian Heath until some- thing, can. be .done to rebuild 'a liomis for One 'of. the; .children playing with matches started Jhfr fire. -.v- DRAMATIC CLUB1 CHURCH (From a' Staff Heportfer.) BLAlUMORB, Ocl. bcautl- has been induced to keep out of thi race "ami that city clerk J. A. McLepc will be the nominee of the CPoffidans- "Wppctal to tli'e HeralJI 'FERN1B, B.C., Oct. Hon. Sloan, minister of mines anil W. R. ful little St. 'Anne's Catholic church. Itoss arrived In Fernie' tonight. The now under construction, Is receiving former is in consultation with ths valuable financial aid .from tho Blair- miners upon the conditions here and more Dramatic Club. This talented the latter is in consultation wllh.-poll- aggregation has worked tirelssly on tical friends to .oppose the election oi their "She Couldn't Marry A: I. Fisher, government supporter. a comedy drama; and its reception at Colsman, Blairmore, i VAVPT Bellevue. Michel and Pincher. has been warm and generous. -The' pat- ronage at every performance has been large. Heading the company are Miss Sarah Gibney and Kr. Walter Spring- er, professionals, who have worked TO SOLVE HOUSING PROBLEM KELOWNA, C., Oct. uu Iqiie experiment to solve the houslnj problem is being tried here. L. E lor the transference of the body and streets for this event. Ths nlay mourners by way of Kingstown when ected this year" Is The "out ot New York. Careful and Col. A. Duncan are erect- En official entered and said the super- ,-r intendent-ol-police wanted to with him.V" When the station master returned, he said: ..''My orders are that the body roust be placed on board the Rathmbre for shipment to Cork and they will be obeyed. He intimated force would ha '.ited Snitchers" He DeclaresIT Deputy Mayor O'Callaghan ol Cork, shaking his finger In the ter's face, "You and your gor- ernment are body snatchers. You afo going to a dead body and "we >anee with" the fourth division. He refuse to nccflfiipany you, ia.your ne- as wounded in'action ?M was draw- ng a pension of a month. He ought the pool hall-business in-1918. Denies Selling Liquor "Did you on Sept; 18 sell Hiuor to farlpns eipedltipi (the company, which is composed of some of the most cleverest students ot the Blairmore High. the cast showing peculiar, adaptabil- ity to tho role delineated; In addition to SIlss Gibney and Mr. structed nc3t spring. The process' consists simply of ram mtng.dowti tightly ordinary nil Between the acts some of the the. -following prominent'twcen two wooden moulds conuectcil lie school kiddles will present vnude- local young people were in" ihe cast: transversely by.loqg.lron bolts whict vllle. acts, and after the performance' Mrs. H. Glbeau, Miss Beatrice Baird, a .'dance for which Will be furnished by the'! Blair- more t orchestra. ,The Blairrriore rnbllo ;and- High school la enjoying a most healthful year, Principal D. M. j. Conway told the Herald. The enrollment has reached the 343 mark. Mr. Conway, wh'ose teaching record covers In years, --.-----------1-- Viuvcld t-O -JeclrS, The station master went to the bag-l declares, "I never handled a finer gage car, Where the mourners of students in every way, de- Erouped flower-decked bot'portment, obedience, and intelligence, containing and ordered "the than We 'have in "-Biainntire. 'We' Don't forget Ihero Is a jilcc Chris mast'box awaitjsg you in the oppo tunily the Herald Story Competitlo offers.' Conslantlne believes that he Is sllll Ihe King of Greece and thai, In spite of Ills having been forced lo abdicate, he lias always iieen the occupant ot tbo Greek throne. Hfa belief in the Is a constant (lue) b'e- lief. Mothers, according lo en American aullW, u'ught to he spanked for belflg responsible for the "modern girl." I lnf' i_ I BOlTlLGC "No sir." "Hai you any.'. Hanoi- in yoiir premises for "None whatever." ,-._ The witness proceeded to his meeting with the.two detectives, if his suspicions of them .at'the time, if them telling him they were work- ng their way to tho coast thence south to the -Panama canal and back o England. Coming -down to th'e late in question Mr. Lewis explained bat it would be impossible for him to ell liquor ai 7.30 as he was at supper at the time. His clerk; Orlando, was yn duty at the lime, and tie could not possibly have sold the detectives Hq- lor as they had none on the prem- 563. Witness admitted he hao" sold liquor, and had ptM a fine on con- fiction. He had been 'running .a straight place, however, for months'. Friends Testify Chief of PolIce'Cafter, Archie Mac- eod and Jack Fisher, all of Blalrmoro and friends of the- accused, testified :hat to their knowledge Lewis operat-j ed a legitimate business "and did not sell lltiucr. They averred--that this was the general opinion around town. I Jack FlBher, an army pal of the accns-' ed, said ho took supper with Lewis regularly and that they ale about 7 o'clock every night. Angelo Orlando Angelo Orlando, employee of Ihe ac- cused, was the neA witness. It came out In the evidence that Angelo was a "motion picture fiend" a regular pat- ron of the movies. Ho declared he went to the show immediately on Lewis' arrival from supper which was round 8 o'clock every night. He usually had hla coat on all ready lo leave for the theatre 'when hla boss came In. He testified, however, that hs was always on duty from 7 to 8 o'clock, the hour in which U Is alleged Lewis sold the whlakoy, and' that he never sold the detectives "any booze because they didn't Block the Bluff; Emll PIcCArello, of lalrmore, testi- fied that he had asked Lewis (or whiskey several times and thai he had been invariably told lhat he nev- er kept It. It was adduced In Iho evidence that one reason why Lewis did.iiot lumper wltii t'ie gainu was because he had hla pool license and to safeguard as hla business was hts only1 source of livelihood being somewhat of a cripple. Putnam Speaks Solicitor Pulnam In a strong address lo tho bench presented n clear sum mary of Iho case. He said that It was hardly (air to place the evidence of reputable witnesses and the positive statement of Lewis on an equal footing with tho statement of the officers of the nltorney-KcnehU's department, some of whom It had been demonstrat- ed, were "so unscrupulous and so untrustworthy lhat they will stoop BO low as lo steal the money from dead man's he averred. He spoke of the alibi which ho maintain- ed had been established, and asked for a dismissal ot tho case. Miss Grace Turner, Miss Mary Ennis. and Messrs. James Lote. Wilfrid are tightened up by threaded nuU on each end so as to give Ihe'pronei distance between ths sides correspon- Dutil, James Amalte, Harry Sharpe, uing to the desired thickness of the John Bae, Pinkn'ey. .The so11 ls shovelled Into tlie vaudeville; turns were given by Mlssiforrri a little al a time, liberally sprink- Gibson and Miss Glbeau, and Misses-lcl1 wlll> water, anii tamped vigorously Mulligan .and Sharpe, COMING TO CANADA LONDON, Oct. As- sociated Arthur Brown, who flev across the Atlantic nceari with the late Sir John Alcock Iqlt for Canada until it cannot be compressed further. After a tlrje a nail.cannot be drlveu into the substance, Col, Duncan states. Fears arc expressed for the mental condition of Chas, MCKalg, the IB-yea old Owen Sound boy wbo accidentally shot his young sister. In reply, merely rboks tho dea that cradle Is spanks the to correctly Inlor- pret tho familiar phrase; m hand that had been indcllnilo anil that the hand that was nothing in fact. thero Judgment was reserved.' Th. The closli-s for the day A Matter of Great Importance to People Who Own a Home! t IP you earnest people who look upon home as Nature's nest and the most beautiful spot on earth, could for a moderate sum of mouey make vour iTl-y-VT-TV _ DOUBT YOU WOULD ACT! 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