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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH "IB rnunsnAY, OCTOBER so, "flUjcrta DAILY AMD WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIOCE HERALD PR1NTJNG COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Lethbriogs W. A. Buchanan President ar.J Director John Tcrrance Lave unrutii. i'.'.iosolluT due Ij ou Ihe yan nl ilu' civil1 A'Jthuriacs or a I'lidrjoti-like hardeu- ir.E c: ihe agiunsl pucn as are Iro'-i.ebl to Mouce U it thori1 should ti1 a is-aktii- ios up; if U U obduracy i; W well il bo 10 auolbcc (riime of mind. I1 TELEPHONES Euilncss Editorial Office THE MOTTO OF THE PRINCE OF WALES Moucval m iirvjis ratio Munasrr perbl OrJer of ihe Suns uf the Km-1 j piro, we rei-1. uui ofli-r.ce ID suj; :iii.Mi, as of the ICKED. UP IN ASSING in the ciiTJ Exploit of British Col- i for onfj in vising frlrognid -i ihp Im- Confirms News 1221- 3'rlluo of toe liavo e-ila ihe tbree i-.ircl, llic JJr-lr lo ibe lirone cbjvctlou ID ihe from ihoir y nccjpiL1! litr- toember Aud.t Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per ivsck Dally! by mail. year ruling cm ibLs Mayor Mar- TVeelily, by mail, per rear...... l.iioliiu. Moairval. the follow- iWeetly, ty nun. jear lo U.S. tfr) Admiral Chief of the CVi. n. Vuilenilch. dated Oct. :J7. thai attack on 1'ciro- Ixc-vcil fiate tlml Gen. falling b.ick along ihc DaLe5 ol expiry ot subscripiJon ap-i pear daily en adirc-ss Ir.bcl. Accfpt- once ot expiration Is our authority ir. cominua (h? s-b Bcriplion. -His ito Con. Yii-cniich IIPOU compelled jii> ab-iiuljii Gatcli-na I'.mt to remove to Yflinburs. 5S from 1'eirosry.rl 011 ihc roatl 10 and iheix1 :s coiifc I'Joutly lislle hoje of fi'Mining a for ilie ail- vinci'- Gen. Yu'li-nLU'h, Your leiior unte.I i-if- the I'riiKO of imUio. Mont- lien TO ilin di'cUr.'U tlio -THE FARMERS' PARTY AND ASSENIBOIA In ihp !n ihf> byp-eiectsor. h: a strfKing [eature Is uolic- 'It- uu: Eugliirh is totally na- i-iiire. liowtvor, U has liecu ia you have Uoyal 5' v.-icli, 10 substitute IL in your camions. ibis on I'ctrognid hnj been of iiick r-[ assijtance. On the southern front the vifc troops have cniero.l Dmttrovak id ICroniy, restedively 20 and 57 mUes Eouthivcsi ot In Mefl- vledilskaya, one ct the Don Cossack towas on Ihc Don river, iho Bolshc- vlkl, It Is said, Lave capturei hundreds On iho eastern (rout iht are drkitig the ecorny rrom all torll- ftod iwsll'ona toward tha east, A DarinQ Pctrograd Visit IlELSiNGFOHS, Oci. ated Maloae, a Liberal memter of Hie pi commons, has after a dar- ing unorflc'iil io IVirogrnd. He told friends lierc Ihal ho wos rinced. after -an Invpsligailon ol The political and millliry siiuatlons of I'tirognid. lliat ii Is improbablo that Potrograd Tall this winter. He saiil thai reporls of dliseuliou- among Iho Dolshevlkl wrns uomie aud lhal Leulnc and Troirty appeared to be working in entire accord. 1 lie Trotzky review thousands of soldiers, who enthusiastically hilled I hi mas a "div'no leader." CoL M alone Hie asserted that A. Jacisoo, fiocrctary of tbo N'pl- un V.M.C-X. bis resigned, consequout n fining health. The ratepayers of Oibovr have ajv roved lhe by-law to issue- debentures or for Improvement of the Jectrlc I'.cbL plant. The annual cenvcntton of Iho Sourla Educational was held al aroduff. 1'errcu. of elag lhe principal speaker. T. U 'regeon was elected president, sud II. Hsney secrelary-lrcnsurcr. That Dr. M, C. Costello will run or coninjlssloner in lo Commissioner Gravts nl tho forlhcoui- og Calgnry municipal elecllon. !a the from an aulboritativc ourco. Dr. Castcllo bas Elated ho has ol yel made up his mind, but i ion day Is pretty EUTC of seciug him n Ihc runniug, A sad fatality-has occurred in the Sash., district where May The orifin of tlie u-odo of "q Eolshies Claim Successes 1XNDOX, Oct. llol? it todav report 1 den. Donikina dlost the confidence words -I successes on -he Petfo-laud support ot tho allies aud bad ricaso rronl OcD. Yudccitch and f reached an underst undies wllli Gou, Kolcliak. von dt-r Goltz and Col. Uermoudt. reports ed ic ihe solid majoriiies ph-pn Mr.: Prince of' is veiled ia orlproEresj lo miles west 01 Poire Could, lhe farmers' candidale ohscuriiy'-- It bzck so ihe GuU of Hulamh lleJ weat Russian iho First- Mr. Moiliervrell in ibe urban ceutres.-nv.-ar as Ibf roign c es from tne rural dis-'of. and has remained itrlcts where a'so ibe in bis favor luns in -association wiili ?he eldest; Ti'ere Urge. The (act may well: eons of lhe Royal House thai be noied ic lhat il bespeaks :i Ja ihe farmers as conslilullnp a orc-r whose as class Eorlei troops r.lso four miles have occupied norlheasl of In heading Iho so-cal -id army, composed largely of Geraians In ihc liaUic province. jGaiciiiua, despite' serious .resistance-, [lines. Col. .Malone enierc-d Russia from Ileval. pnsstng Lbrougli the Esthouian body legislation che frail. In Tla? lalo iD.the day to quarrel with it. Tf.e present objeclion ns a result of ilie war. II br there appears 10 be no a poiat lo take il lhat llic it any rale iu Sastat- n'hich prec-umed to dcnut-i iho be actually, claimed 10 belong to them by ihe jtrcscDt "Ger- of the sELualJOD raised in vUberta orer lhe utlerances of Presi-! rr.ans.. Uis'also a mailer ot cc-njec- dent Wood, of iho U F A. this' fea-! lure as to whether the Bohemians' of I Hon. J." A. Culder Tells House the report had been secured. Erer lure of tbe Assmiboia election 1.he Wury wtre oi ihc-'' memllcr lhe commlttee was "P B3 a limtly one as serving somfilhtns j same race as the present inhabitanis In ilie way of a moral. Il assumes lof tbe territory which ivas comprirfil lhat lhe policy of the farmers is one i in toe GermiD Empire lhal has- pastil interests ol otaer portions 6[ the com-; in connection with Lhe tradition, that He Know How it Happened munlty. II. QccordlDslT. rcmalni for ihc banner ivtiicb bore tho motto TTIF i dlipalch lo the elTect lhat the the farmers to attach 10 this the mean- I that of the blind ktus, John ot Hi-- mcnt of Saskatchewan Trould fore- that ii urriis and 20 lo beware I hcci'a, slain br the Dlack Prince clcie oa tlio-Grand Trunk Pacific It aortiihg that savors of class leji's- libe ficH of Crecy. and assume.l 6.- mucb surprised on Us puUIratlon. 1 -Ii was possible that lhe governmen woulrt nave to lafce some action in th matter. Tho final meeting of tbo com rallies would, not lie held until thl ihi3 afternoon, E..T. drow th'c J evening and, therefore, anytbing tha Eiter.tlop of the governmenl to a news was published was premature. Th rOK THK HUfiY 1IAN mother and step-father on a farm three inllas from Verwood. left tho liouae shortly betori. dusk. Her pro- longed alpence resulUil In a search, which Jed to her body covered in 'Q well qu a ai. Life was quite will be an exhibitor ot f rains at the Lotenmtloun! esiock ETxpositlon ID Chicago, N'ov.} L-9 to Dec. B. The deparlmeut of Agrl will accept cih'bld, of laiaple ol is-hcal, barley or rye. or 20 ears ot corn, sent prepaid to Jlegiaa Irom producers. These considered worthjr te sent to Chicago and bacfc free ot chaige. The denarltncnt will tato full chargo of cxhlblu whea they are received In Elcglna. and seo tlial they get to the sliow, are catered and. pro- perly cared for. Reslna and Moose Jaw board of trade will hold a Joint luncheon at the Jalter point on Oci. 31. wheu the pro- pofctl bcheme to lap iho South Sasi- alcliL-nan river as a neu- w.iter supply Tor tlio tivo cities, adjacent municipali- ties ;ind the farmers of the southern part of tbe province will be considered and discussed. Since the project ivas first mooted tho Joint committee hus taken up the quest'cm with all Hie municipalities, urhan and rural between on iho South. Sastatchewan river, and Ileglna. ol Ibis con- Duffy, a young Rirl, coiiimltted suicide and us a result iy Jumping in n well, Tha girl is suUallou nil these municiraiiues. Hated lo havo couiuiitwd the rash [some ten in number, will be reprc- net while In a lit of despondency, j sentcd al tho luncheon ne prospective s Duffy, lived wLih her [Denpficarlea under tho scheme. Four Pianos to One Family IT oolhlni; tow to our firm Lo sell father aud mo I her a famous old MASON A. RISCH as lue fBially groir up and sell one to each new home. KveryboJy who lifts played on a Mason, Risch one for thek vcrj" .1st for faclcry to hotuu pricce nnd easy terms. Stylo IlooXlel MASON Block riema of tht BUY VICTORY BONDS lation. Xo mailer what vinus there be regarded to be in political groups, undsr ihe King, liis father. no group can. hope lo accomplish ranch or lo sumve wUhouL the popular "fa- vor. In this, as in all matters, Ihc greet public Is the final arbiter, H is inlerprelatlon. "1 serre." j He (r it was ia view (j[ ir.odesty, in that he ssmug of the fact that '.he road was now in the hands of a, receiver, lo have theso Iwims of the prcTince arranged forj .The minister of raLlwnys replied. ,iid Trunk Pacific, being in that'ibls should be borne in Tir.nii j "Eicli Drnn" 'meaning In contradiction to ihe of Crecy, arm.hcr origin -is gken to ul-liM uords "Ich They are saU to j tho hands of a receiver, could not pay be a corruptton of lhe lhe on Us loans before house Ihli.BvpnlQg or lomprrow. Dr. asked humorous- ly whether the-.minister., would qutct the resentment-In [he country by as- suring the house.-Lhat the netarlous newspapermen-who published the mat- ter would he brought before the bar not sura lhat 1 proyincc of from the Therefore not only hy Ihe organizations of fann- ers bnl by all organizations. Whatever progressiyc policies form the platform'of any group, (hoy should .embrace the general and not the par- UcoJar interest. U is. only by this innn." These urc" the words 10 Edward the First vfhen, at the' _ ilie province must meel Ihi3 interest castle of Caernarvon, he D. told (lie govern- Lbe'ment that a sumraary of the report first Prince of Wales, then an iho in urais. to people, promise lo cite them a Prince who i r rl had been pubHshed. He fcnoTT if lhe summary was and If the report had been of the -house.: Tne .minister- Bill Today OTTAWA.'' "OcL" Grand Trunk bill, It is eipccted, will come out of'commit lee in commons, to- day and be given third reading Thursday when It goes to Ibc senaleT The will. It is understood, noil take up Ibe prohibition legisla- tion and tha bill to ameud .the sold civil re establishment -act. GOTCTTI- meat ETipporiOrE" in lhe senate were In caucus -thla morning-In regard-to the Grand Trunk bill. U Is believed that there is a for the meas- surmise. Jf ,he did our sympalhks go -with h'm when wo view gCDsraphlcal Welsh names with pronunciation which by no means fits In with the spelling. For all practical purposes lhe Prince of motto of Dien" may ba left where II Is. With Us hazy origin It would be a policy ol splitting hairs .farmers of Alberta would cfo well lo f lo find fault with it. At any rate repudiate ihis. There may be some-1 it has been long enough in lha Ens- that they can enlist sympathy and. cj-JTd nol speck a word of alloweJ to find Ila way Into the public .coDSoqueutly. gain adherents Iro'm un-iY.hether the scribe of Ihe lime was press before being presented !o lhe prejudiced -this 'addllion'j not sulficienth acquainted wim ivcish fl nUboiigh Is by no means to'hs dlsplsed. spelling and wrote the -fforda ns no Information as lo how will not lie a large ono. Class ;means the setting appear in "Ich Dien" is something for i of occ. portion of Iho community -against-tbe other.- This would lead to rival 'groups, u-jth ono pulling against the other without lliat cohes- ion necessary n bring about the gre-it changes lhat may be considered desir- able in the national welfare. If Ibere is anything o( class legisla- tion aimed'at within their body, Iho Ih'.ng of glamor in lhe phrase did but as a practical po- licy it has Ms disadraatages. Among these disadvantages Is tbe [act thai, a vwsillon of isolalion Ii one wbicb Is difficult to maintain when liroadcr Interests7 demand ibti abandoning of the.'same. To shut our eyes 10 this language to be Incorporated Into Victory Loan givea the opportunity to us alt lo mecl our obligations. ;THE CROSSING ,ON THIRD AVENUE ,Eo Song as the croeaing'on Third Avehue, Soulb', where it Joins Thlr teenih- Street, remains as it Is, 11 mnsl evcr-torce Itself as a subject for com- ihe latest acquisitions lo their would represent tho popu- lar party. From Down Pay is In- creased and Bonus Condit- ions Fixed The orrlcr-ln-councll addi- tional salaries' for employes of the number as a .result of the bye elcc- i provincial government, has. just been tlotis, tho cross-benchers in ihe House by the Alberta cabinet- The Eiilary increases are by way of bon- starting from October 1, and are pajauic rail In advance. The orfier-in-council provides: but aach boa- us as shall Increase their salaries lo .he rate of per annnm. The order further provides that on >onu3 shall (1) To nny offlcla! whose salary Is ed upon or is ia any way related to lhe scale of any paid union. (2) To any .member of tho provin- cial police, which force has a special scale of salaries ot Us own, based on present conditions. (3) To any person other than Jnnlor clerk or stenographer employed by the day at a dally rate of pay Is that of the regular scale for their work.. (4) To any official whose remun- eration talies the form o( a retainer than pay for full lime work. (51 To any official who !a provided in whole or In part with board.f and lodging. The sltjalion In regard lo Ihe. coil supply of, the; Gait mines should bo (a) To married men receiving less than per annum, a bonus at the ,br "E should be forthcoming. It reasonable explanation of JISO JFr (h) To wMov.'g and wldowera with i _ a quc5'jdepenrlent 'chllilren, receiving less plaint. It proclaims civic nogllgcnce, tlon ol the weUari-and not of i itan a bonus at the rate of ?ISO lhe.excuse for which is hard lo Etek. j the policy ol thV C. IVil. rnlDca. per annum. It can hardly be'pul down to city [in- ancea being el'Iow waler mark, In iliat Theie be Joy in ihe heart ".repairs lo the same lo bring It lo Ihe of the Raymond nnd Magrath district of '.he roadbed will not ba such to bring the city to bankruptcy. "It was only the other day that two cars tame In, presumably from some- -where In Manitoba, in that they car- ried flags with the Inscription of thai province. One struck lhe bump which dhilgurca lhe avenue end serves as a trap both lo iho wary and Uie unwary nnd eEfaucd unscathed, lhe other had Us lire 'I alien off; a. fine "Welcome td our 'clly." Thesp RTU. Ihc days when conaerTH- tfon Is pleached ttie hoti-tetops, but In Ihd fmpedlment tin Third Avc- fiae (hat; Is mocked', up It iherjti un- antf lear. eipEn-ltnced by uhnectagnry ex- pense InvclTCd In the etfacl H'must havo on Ibeae cars In t'nc long.ruh, thus riinufng counter lo ihe camp-ifgn of It Is .difficult to conceive whether over lhe hope held out In regard to Irrigation by the advtcc io organize tho district given by Jloa. Arclile lie- The accompanist in an entertain (c) To married men, and to' wl'l ows and wHoirer3 with dependent rhildrc-n, rccc-tvlng fl.COO but loaa than per annum. Increase their f cnl sulark-s to (d) To all olhcr oiric-lola receiving Jess th-in pur annum, a bo a Ihc rriln of JHO per annum. (c) To all other omclah rccclvldg EIGHTEEN MINERS ENTOMBED ALLIANCE, Ohio, -Word which reached Alliance early this afternoon from Amsterdam, Ohio, 40 miles couth of this city .sUtcd that 18 men were entombed (n the y, and .C. coal'mint there .and In danger of being killed ow- ing to a fire which was reported, as raging in the mine. DENIK1NE HAS TROUBLES OcL wireless mes sage from MnscOw reports lhal risings have occurred throughout the L'k- ralnc against Iho forces of Gen. Denl- kino and that large noclfca of (Ire of Con. Pctlura and of Gen. Malthno art Joining the Hcd forces. very j unnotfc- cd, even in rcporls, though tliis Is always inadvertently done. Tho! reason for this ia that a c com pan I a U, Ibough they are tbo Thai mechanism of cnlerlalnme-nlH, art [n their voca- tion not In the lirccllght and so happen to be unobserved. With no ilcalro to be personal In these columni we can- riot but refer lo Mrs. Frank Waddlng- ton, Ti'ho, Is ever lo Ihc fore as accom- panist In jt good cau-e In iho clly, and who, though the weather de- terred many. from. Wing nrcjent at th'e Victory entertainment at (hr Majcsllc, was at her post. We trust (he lady wil] excuse