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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN x THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, Attorney-General Analyzes Vote On Referendum And Sees Need Of Strong Support To Enforce Law Hopes for Co-operation, Including Those Who Voted Against Importation, "hi Order io Coerce the-' Balance of Population Into Submission." (Edmonton Journal.) Both the light Tote cast and tie email size of the majority given In favor ot prohibiting the Importation of liquor Into Alberts ire sources of disappointment to the lew enforce- ment dlvlslo'ri. of the government, ac- cerdlns to a; statement made to-day by Attorney General J.R. Boyle. Aa Mr. Boyle Is the crlef Saw enforce- ment officer of the, province, charged with the duly of carrying cut ihe picvlslons of the- liquor act, bis opinion on the subjct of the results o( the recent plebiscite Is especially interesting. Discussing the vote, Mr. Boyle raid: ''I do not wish to" malce such com- ment on the result until have ac- curate on the vote-, but It would appear from tha returns at hand that less ihau half the people entitled to vote assumed their duty iu deciding the question. The decision, there- lore, having been mads by a minority ot the electorate, and the people who voted, apparently fairly evenly di- vided In' 'heir opinions, every person is t liberty to draw, what conclualon ha wishes an to the feelings ot the people, ifl to lectotallsm or otherwise. "I -have: no deuin" that ihe teeto- tallers wll .Iclalm (hit most of the people who declined to assume their rcsponsliiyiy'ln.connection .with the queslloif by "riot Tolln'g'afo in favor of teetbtallsm, and Ihose opposed to leetolallBm will cLiim that people who, declined to role ore on their side." Enforcement of the Law "FrbnT the' point 'of view "of enforce- ment of the present law. however, ihe small vote and Email majority is very disappointing. The effective enforce- ment of a'coarclvo law s'jch as the liquor act, which undertakes lo regu- late th3 dally habits and lives o{ the people, aud which forbids people from following their usual customs and hab- its, requires a vary strong and en- thusiastic public sentiment tn its favor. I have found, (or example, that In localities Id psrts ot the province where there Is an enthusiastic; leelo- laHsra sentiment, It Is not very diffi- cult to make our.law effective, hut In portions where the opposite sentiment prevails and the police have to force hosltte community enforcement be- comes oiceedlojly difficult. For example, la the Cardston dis- trict, where tswtoUllim Is cue of the tenets of the religion of the majority of the people, they mastly belonging to the Mormon church, we hare very little difficulty In enforcing the lair, and on the other band. In the Crov's Nest Pisa, where Beallinent appears (Irons agalnat teetolalism. we have foujQd enforcement ey.coedingly dim- cult. "it would appear, therefore, that the government cannot rely on much na- tive asststanco from the people who declined to eipress an opinion by vot- ing at the polls.' Neither can we ex- pect any asaltance from those who voted In favor of Importation. I think we must expect resistance from that group. 1 hope we can rely upon ac- tive support from those who voted against Importation but that group would appei- to represent probably not more than'25 per cent, of the people of the provlnco. "We require the moral, active and energetic assistance of a larger pro- portion lhab 25 per cent, of the people mission, of tha country In order to coerce the balance of the population Into sub "Te result .-leaves the government In the position of having to decide as to what IE the most practical.dud ef- fective nay of dealing with this ques- tion Eb as to bring about Che greatest amount of sobriety possible in the pro- vince. 1 have no announcement to make as lo the future policy of the government. Such announcements, if any, Wil Ibc made by the prime min- ister." And a Ducmni Operation, by Tilant TRUlT-A-Trr Fortify, the system against Grip and Influenza by taking LAXATIVE BROMO 'QUININE tablets which Cure the Cold; Genps and act as a Tonic Laxative. Be sureyoy get the Ask for Grove's L. B. Q tablets Price 30c. COAL OPERATORS WILL" HELP TO KEEP DOWN PRICES on box. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. thracite coal operators at a. meeting here yesterday pledged themselves to co-operate wllh the. department of Jus- 'ticc in attempting to reduce "excessive prices of coal tc Ihe PROFITS DECREASE TORONTO, Oct. prods of the IJussell Motor Car company of this city for the past year were J339.4G7. a. decrease of f as compared with the prerlous year's figure. MRS. M. J. GonSE 3928 Union St., Ymcoi-rer, B.O. llio symplomj of Feuiilo Trouble, chronicCon- itipiUoa and constant lleididies, hod poioj facn in Ac back and nda of Ae tody. I tried various remedies without relief.aadUicupui myself nndtra doclor'scaro end ha Kdvised me to have an operation, I refused. Thea, I started likicE Trait tivcs'; and from the outset, I felt better, aud mediate kii compltttlf ntittcd me of ail misery and tutTering. Jly weight was only H3 pounds and now it is IDS pounfe. amfne of pain and headaches and the terrible Constipation; and what saved me from is the splendid fruii medicine, 'Fruit-a-Uvcs'." -MUS. M.J.GORSE. 50o. a bos.fl for size23c. At all dealers or scot postpaid by Fruit-frtivea Limited Ottawa, Oat.' CLOSED ON ARMISTICE DAY LONDON, Qct. slock ex chango here will -be November 11, Armlsllce Bar, a bank holiday. MONEY TO FINANCE CO-OPERATIVE MEASURES LONDON, Oct. of twenty million lire, to he the establishment of a DatiunRl credit Institution to' .finance co-operative measures and .to secure a reduction in the cost of living, has been by the Ttnllan cabinet, says'a Home dispatch Stefanl News ag- organisation. To FINANCE' SUGAR CROP NEW Oct. A of banhs and bankers of this city. It was announced has arranged to secure a loan of for the Cuban government, proceeds ot the loan. It was sttted, will he used solely to finance th'o Cuban crop, Civil Servants To Affiliate With land L Congress OTTAWA. OcL a majority of S32 votes In a total of 6.5S4 yester- day the Inside servlco of the govern- ment employees In Ottawa voted In favor of the Civil Service Association ot Oltnwa affiliating with labor under a charter derived from the Trades acd Labor Congress ot Canada. Tho vote stood: For affiliation 3.29S; against There wore 1200 spoiled ballots. Thers are according to the cssoclatlpn officers Just about nine thousand civil servants In Ottawa entitledXto vote, of which probably 500 were on-leave of absence, oh sick leave or on duty away from tho city: RECOVER SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TORONTO, Oct. by Q. T. Clarksoi'.. i f; SAYS MANY FARMERS FAVOR PROTECTION _jlditer of thfl Standard Mortgage Corporation of this cllj-. i ths statement Is mado that Iho Invcs- fixation of the affairs of Ihe delimit' company brought lo Ihe llQUldat- or several hundred thousand dollars. Tho general probe into the affairs of the comuaiiy will be continued. DEMAND RATIFICATION PARIS, Oct. allies have sent a note to tho Hungarian govern- ment demanding ratification of the treaty of Trianon not later than Nov- ember 15. In the event that no action Is taken by that lime the note points out that "certain consequences" will result. A law providing'for' ratifica- tion has been Introduced In the Hun- garian parliament. R. A. Prlnglc, former Dominion paper controller, who in. Winnipeg re- ccQi.ly aascrted that.the Saskatche- wan gorcrnmeiit' iirgod' a reduction1 of tho tariff to at least two-thirds bi progress [he present rates. He'said that iuiny r6 testified thit they Vert in i Reliance Of protection- TRY. TO SETTLE ADRIATIC QUSiTIOH JIOME. .pet. neioUktlou1 will bitlQ early in Korenibtr to settle the Adriatic Meord- Ing to a lotg tenJav. logged-Up liver Causes Headache It'a to fufler fnm pck headache, bilta Indigestion, and kfe- dred ailment! live few boon. Ford? table. Act r' _ gently on brer aad boweb. GREAT NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED AT BARCELONA BARCELONA, SKaIn, Oct. More than people are without work, the strike of metal workers hav- ing extended to other trades. The number of unemployed Is Increasing hourly. The government Is holding conferences with the workers and em- ployers with tha object of finding a solution of. the existing difficulties. SUOAR PROFITEER GETS TWO YEARS GAS PRICE UP advance of 15 cents. n- thousand cubic feet in BAY CITY, Mich. victcd here on charges of prof- lleerlng in sugar It without, a license, Luther Ellison ot Jonesboro, Ark., iWaS tho prlca of gas In this city will .go sentenced yesterday to two into effect In December when the years at'Fort Leavenworth and will he J1.25 per. thousand cubic This is.the second.nJvqnce made thlaj Girls! Have the Long Beautiful Hciir that is RighMy Yours. Whj sidestep attractivenesa when it and means M nracfaT Beautiful hair, miyU retahud or regained with rrfll positive] y aU tracea of etcp itehbjj scalp in'd preVent, falling hlh-. Thonsanda report Dew growth of tair after ate. Jus t see how qmddj jm frfcnii will note .the perfect Joater, tie nit-.. Ural sh'een and the added beaoty of your hair1 after von hive used Ntm- tre't HcipiciJe buta time. .T. Do you' wont luitroua beautiful hair? Then use HtrpicUt f note improTefnent tomorrow. _ You mil Be'-snYprised Stnd lOccnltin ifampi or fertomrlt. of Hcrpi- ctrte trnd booktkl on '724 Cnrm cf Tliw Co., Dtpt. Dclnit. Jficfiiton. We also recommend Soap. It is pleaaaat and elTectiyq jhampoo. BOTHAM t 'I-; T '1 Irails Did YQU Ever Hear ol enton Trail? Where Was It Located 9 Make an effort to ascertain and you may find tKe text for an in- teresting story in The Herald's Story Competition The Competition Closes December' Tenth THE HERALD WOULD LIKE TO j KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE THE j NAMES OF THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE COMPETING IN THIS COMPETITION. First prize Second prize .-f.. 50.00 Third prize 35.00 Fourth 20.00 Consolation prizes. SCHOOL CHILDREN, Under 16 Yean prize Second prize Third prize 20.00 Fourth prize Consolation CONDITIONS (1) Competition will bo con- fined to bonafldo' residents In' Southern Alberta, j (2) Stories must not excocd words, (3) All storlea must, lie lefillh 1y written and on one oldo of paper. (4) In nwnrdlns mftrkn. for merit stress will be placed on the particular interest (if Ilia contribution and tho particular narrative form In which It written. Regard will also be slven' lo literary. and ;graminatl. (5) Competitors mnat not ft- lach name, to: the upon which story Is written. narijo nnil nddrCEa 'aro' to be'. wrltlp'n. on 'n se'para'lc. alln.ol .paper, .The HeraM'rcsorves tho-rlghl of-uslng ony. ol tho' stories whether In tho prlzo Hat or Tiot. All contrlhutlong will remain the properly of the Herald. There will So threo Judges pointed to examine nnd decide on tho m'erlla of the contrlhu. thns, Of these two be from tho outside, and a member of tho HornM editorial Blaff.'.The decision'of'tiia JndgaB all caaei nhsl.'' com'petltlijn Is ont'etlir fco. If you (nichd to compete, advise "TKe Herald Story Cdrnpetitioji The LeUi- bridge, at once. _ ;