Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAT.E TEN l': LianumiKiKDAii.v unit ALIA iiiutsim. UUUIJKH "Last Fall We Had the Flu; This Fall We, Have the; Ottawa Wails It vuuld l> jvarfi (i ArJ tb.il ibc-rc tion all iho !t? tluu oiu1 ni it onl ihis not m'Jr.ic-.t liU coire- Dciay rtderni Elections u fcUT liameat is slowly recovering: from th-J shock of ibc Ontario Yes- terday IUOHI'DB found llu1 cvon moro epidemic ltuvn on Hie ITCT- ious eves Ing. Then ihf I'nronte1.- alono looked blue. Tha LilusuU cherred, cultured liy the or H. H, uhom iV.- y PCO o' the vt tho Sir Wil- frid But by ilv litm' tsd slept over the vioiiiry ihoy began to see in their lisM.j And 01 cry body WHS that this Tho Oatarlo Grits vrtm dritunl in n-i .srf a; niion hanp on. "morning iraina broujilii" no give ihi> faruu-r epidemic time to them. MLiilesiJX ilid io work itself And it auy aid is re- Thin L 'it ihiii time." r of i-LU'b sroiip :i horJ in with ihe ine I sivc us liiu-.- to liyM i 0 v TRUE BILL AGAINST HORN. GHRMAN SPY ,v_ .J FIIEDEKI'CTOX. N.N. jury of tho'us- fruivs'was. opened iiud v brought in a true-'bill acaian i v Horn, whb al- '-v v V-ULI. -S.ll railway brUgo v Ki'bniary H'lT. Hum's irinl quireil from the uliy iai'ore or EO ot Krojivhinen are always rridy to finil pLTriijianim in Quehoc when :i dingercu.-i voie is on. Tlicy trieJ that system io the Imdsot. and it nicely. tolb the old par looa io ihe TisuaViV utt-rry i-oyiiu'iiniK-iJ-, ol Duncan C. while Frod Fardoo brougbi no glail iMinss I-amo-' ion. An-1 tbe ttutsiion ri- cirras was. it ihla inu'.sr ehuuld spread lu Then Farmers 7he answer canur la Hie ol rail we h'nd tbc 'flu. This Tall have the farmers. Dlt3 ibe "Ila overlook Xow a or pf Egricultural consrituirncics in Quebec are repre- eeuled bv VD-JTI? lawyers from the Chios. li the farmers down liere over start Id think along ike Hues ol lancerd in oiher iiroTincos, whit is lo become of these buldlus And ihc niagni- fied by [he tint the Quebec farm- ers may find a leader nil toady to their hacd. Here Is -how one you eg Quebec member put il: Carcn Talked Of "Caron, Ifac inicUi.tr ot apr'cuHure In the Gouin cabinet, is able and ambi- tious. Also he is 'out for Caron all me lime. Gouin Is goins to1 quit. who !s billed to succeed him. is unpopular. Now H irould be like Oron to start a farmer move- ment !i-e the ones in Ouiario and the TresL Tben where-would we corae in? Ol course the cburcb is the'greal staljiliiing influence in Quebsc. H Is always hand In glove tnth the corparalioiiE, acJ coDicquentlr lawyer members, liut'evnu might see the wisdom ol placallag habitanL by liim ssnd an occa- sional specimen of his own species to parliament. H could always: fiud 'armers who are and amenable to reason, rou bnbv. Anyway, tbe Frenchmen quit They admit lhat the Dewarl election had accompanyins drawbacks. _ Popular Profession .Meanwhile, farming, as a facl, prom- ises :.o btcomc farming after a fashion. Every member of every religion or political stripe who owns a chunk of ground is recalling Lhal he Is a favm- t7. acd always vras a farmer, CTCU it circumsLauces did for Ihe'mcraenl call him to other adirities. -Men like Tobia, ot Hichinoud, and Frank of Sherbrooke, who play with pulp-rallls, are fast beconi- ing convinced tliat the lands they really own are farms. Their other In- terests arc simply diversions. Also the purchase of farmB promises io materially reduce Ihe M.P.'s subscrip- to the Viclpry Loan. snd. Kughei But it are'aiuioiu; lie Tories are more'Inclined be''angry! Thei" went (orth to conquer, and-'came bacfc io complain. Some of aro i doing it out loud. Those two faithful ions of the "Methodist- Church." Sir Sam Hughes and Hon. Wesley Rowelji were seen, jn.earusst consultation "-in the cojTJdor early ia Ihe day. Sounds were coming from Sir Sam'that might have ol 'a. prayer... But. there Is an unconfirmed report -that was conveying to his spiritual leader Uic jinplcasupt information thai bis pol'piej'vrers-Lo blame lor. nil Ihe trouble. -John Best, loo, was again In evidence. John did not like Ihc way things ivcnt.la DuHcrLn, and he chose Mr. Headers, the Minister- Grain an the one Into whose car his protest should be poured. And from the way Mr. Henders acted one gathered thai the pouring burnt seme. Turns Over. Bat most of the returning warTioro feemed particularly dazed.] Stewart Scott, of South Waterloo, could only mnrmnr, "Gait BaTC rae Mfti major- ity. Ycslerday it went Labor by 1.500." And he walked away shaking his head- as if Ihe question waa ouc lhat might bo wrestled vritb, but never understood, Donald Sutherland blam- ed the result on the Court of Commerce and daylight Dominion issues were entirely to the fore In South Ox- ford, he dcclarptl.-.Tbm Wallace.'said he only realized. heV.had, been "In a dickens ol a f'sbi.: He" hadn't got far- ther lhan Jacfc-Cujrto and vrhat consolation they conld'trom the fact that sluct'Is Ihc Tory column. Only on one! thing did nil the varans parlies to" the argument agree: NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW GOES TO TORONTO HAMILTON, ll.imilion v.ill nut Ri'l, tho national toruc'ja by oi.c'i-uilve roiiunilloe of iho livestock at ihe foQp.susht. Only two places lhi> city and 'I'oronlo, anil j when iho vo'o was iaktpn it a chairman. WILIbm of Urookfiae, voted in favor of Tor- I onto, lie. WLICME New HUinks Are ExpriMed To Defy Hardy C'ounlfifciter Oct. .V fonn "or liquor uresiiripiUms. has pTC- j l-are.l by Iho aMpnicy-gv iicral's drpart- moni fliul is now being issued to the Jocinrs ihmughout ihc Tim purpose of tho uow prosi'rtrlion is KI ihi? difficulty fipcrit'n- c-.'d pf late in the way ol and It will b.t consiJombly harder. It is ihousbt. for would-bv laiiiators to dupHcate the official form us uow pro- ColorcjJ paver specify proiiarol. for the has been adopted for tlm liquor 11 resi-rlotion of the fut- ure, ami tho printing has been chang- ed Materially. A'new serial number- ing has also bteu Introduced. A saiupio of the Torin will ba fur niFhM lo each dmcelst. li Is (to In- tention of tho department lo throw thn responsibility more largely upon (he llTUgsUlS, -A'llO Will bo OIllL-cU'u lO im1 ihv ntnuvdt CArti HgnfnM FL'rivtinitv Tb'fl ttoro.n will Lo more than hcrotofuro now luinj: I'inl.' hi tho IL rsro, nbviaio UIP itnngor of any further Hut to make sure, li Is tho intention to mnfco tur- 'her rhangca in tbo form at fntcrraU. so ihp Imilntors v ill find it au v'xprnsivo and luconvenient 10 kcei> ui> with paco. Tho do.-lcrf. arr lo it-celve ihe IIPW blanks in Ihn F.Tir.o ciuaniltics :is fore, ihd limit bctii.? per month. H Is ctpectful (hut. all tho medical men In the province will he supplied 'dur- ing the TV cfcaujjos now od form phoa' S1EELSIIEIS mmm Oct. deuari- ho I'nhed Stales Sloel Cor- hugo plant at Gury, InJ, to- by comnany ofllclal? jnd front other mills In ilistricl riime rtporf? ol lhat has eilelid- evoral Tba situation oud and jaJtana Harbor, Jnd., ivhere uiiirtial ivas declared iliFonlpra threatened, WAR ro iLParly normal thnt fly? companies of rL'lltla have beeu TvlthdrawTi. Hi-oakiuR Into tho repealed state- ments by labor leaders that the ptrika liail not been weakened was lhat of I.. K- Titus, memlicr of llio fitoel slrlho roiincll nnd captaln'of pickets at Ind., that tUo men are going bact io day in ojiera at 1 la ni' work; iho strlVo ii loal autl Ihe arniy Is rcsiiuiislblo." PlcXcllug by strikers virtually hart oQ abandoned at dty, where emliera of strikers' faiuUlcs takeu up lhat work. POLSON SHIPBUILDING PLANT UKDER HAMMER TORONTO, Oct. ol civ LI proceedings, Vluch USLVC lug on for months, the Tolson ship- yards close'd down torlsy and on Sal- unlay .will come under the hammer. About 500 mon will tbrotMi out nf work In X7Qlil recently Iho Tolson company eoiploy ed 1.500 men, hut ihe nuaiberol Ihetu on. iho pairoll bad teen dwindling. THINKS DUTCH ARE GUARDING EX-KAI6EFI LONDON', Oct. Ilia hous.0 p[ coruTEons Hon. CecLt lUroisworth stated that tha rucnt vi'aji not nwaro of the eiact pra- cautions Iho Duich government wah taking lo guaij the (crtner lalftr and. former crown prloce, but he had na reaEoa tn doubt that ell accessary measures tid been PARIS, Oci: reported vio- lations oC the Versailles peace Iroaly by (he Germans were considered bj supreme council today, A 'report from Marshal Foch on TlolaLlona pi military of the armistice, Jii- clod Ing (he faUure to evacuate the Baltic provinces called upon to do EO, by the supreme Council and one from the British admiralty on naval vfolalloiu, Including the sinking of the fleet Flow were pre- sented. Other reports dealt with the Id dolfycf Ihe number of loco- mbllvea, and agricultural rnachln- ciy. inilhc- armlsllcf, as as works df tirl to Belgium "and The council reserved Hi! do- regarding the evacuation of (be Jlaltle provinces and the Scapa Flow shelving Dallfc qucslfon to .Await a roporl of the irucr-aiiied military committee which leaves Sat' orday. No long detailed argument is necessary to prove the attractiveness of Victory Bonds paying You know this is a good rate of interest. You know it is nearlyj double the rate paid by Banks on saviiTgs. Victory Bonds pay 5y2% is what Victory Bonds pay IN ADDITION to 5Vz% that you should keep in' mind. t .-.-Jt the Manufacturer, "AND" means continued industrial activity, the Farmer, ''AND means a continued good market. the Merchant, "AND means continued good business, the Mechanic, "AND" means a continued demand for labour at good wages. the Clerk, continued employment, every Citizen, "AND" means prosperity. nd Prosperity u'ji MI I m issued by Canada's Victory fjjan Committee iu co-operation tiitk Ihc Minister df l-'inanct of the Dominion of Canada, See Official Prospectus an another page.