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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I miUY, OCTOHKK :S1. 1'JIO Till' HKKALU. PAGE ELEVEN The Salvation Army And the Judge's Bench JVii'-e Maedoiidld, in ft InU'rvicw. Say a Jle Not Get Alou.r AYithoul llic K. A. nit'r. E. Patctins, former agent OFF AGAIN, ON AGAIN tm-o In city, Mcepa Maslofa, Malt' of ihc company, unlay was Indlcicl bv ninshfcuw, Chester Clarke, Ueu Uavie, fedcrdl grand jury. L'mcblng wan TOHOXTO. Oct. lo Juhn Hoycbi.ii anil George Vialilak. here from Winnipeg, -.chert; before baring been com-irted. ?i-e iha sisnp of Ircedoat today, he was arrested.- (then convicted and sentenced again, "f hi-y hod bct-u Charged rcltli harloc jihen winning au c.ppeal result- literature- in tbc'.r posses- 'slon and thiir conrlctlon was Q1J 'yeatcrday by Judge Wlddideld. The J. O. D. K. collected JlJj bj a (td In their tonrk'Mon betDB Quashed 'slon and ihiir conrkMon was quashed lag day In Woodstock. [and I'.ic regaining of Iheir I'iiiLincial round Debate Under -Left Lilll Critics ijicJaaald, fJly of .woman decided lo spend a term In iho -when l'onlt- UJ11' of iisc "-I.- Lnss fire ri-guiarLy licM ivt'.ri itie vforA lhe the siatr.ehc-v.-is 1.011- I l'ive d'overrtors. Out Congress- man To He hibition Issue in Iowa VOKK. Ocl. stales, tl jr "Times" Stilt Thunders 1-ON DON. Uct. presi tMuy Is unanimous ihsi Hip covernnitM eccrcd in llie finarulBl deloio .ester Jsv. Krpn Hie NSWB. a mc-i! severe ol the Evivernneui neuBraUy, r.-l- -lils that the prera'er'e speech vns ;renl orMorlcnl s'jeoeae tntf nade L on Ihf ji The li flisitd Hie (Imp I'rcRici- Lloyd Cearze tiic> news imperil rrHiclrin of Till g'lVcmilH'nrs -fa'IJi link: since1." fii-ciifs 1'ic K'jvnrnriK-: jf replying with riK-iarlc liiC losicr ami fuels. Tlie elaies Ihal lucre rill ad amazeinciu Hut tiis coi. Is so eaEllj- csjolnd Piul ibr.'S? lioriag In reyrtBpntftiive InJUtJU'sr. fill tremble for dcmotrAcr'a fiilui'e The Times ataios itat Hie 50 tramecL it undortatlDp an UiTO'JKhoiii iho t ndeavor to regain los'. prestige, TIT iiindrcd mass meethiEs liaro beer- ar for ihc noil sii Ilk thc induBtrial Tlie metjllflg will be hold in Ixindon nvt will he adiliesaeLl.by thy pwraier inJ Uonar I AT.-. lu of Li.-; n.arrletl. und. piil Mardon- h, HM. 'vame in touch iho Army my hurne town uf OnT. -jht wa In fatl 1 rrmen.i'ber it "I in openi-iiona ihtry Ji.ct rtcolk-ci how "by Ihc- officer, by th- ii-a-1 -i bill-. Imprcn.-c'l in-cause of the vroufiht on iho Tlili officer, iij- lifr I'liin-.wcr, did much to break lurrJcr of jnejudicf arose Llie Army nnd IIB Tlic Anil? aud Work. (jUJiii'LOd wiih t'.ie real work of iho vati-jn Antiy urpiir.-lTal'pTi DTI coming Tcirf-.. Magls- inr at my afj.ce and of her new txyerwRft.-. K 'M'wnan ia IJtl'i Hit- nitron anj riJLLiiioii wo WJB tliat .rtiii lining well. OLI anoihcr hujfLie.-s ol a :nau ;n ilit ilown. 'Jr.nn lo lowest dejilhs. p-ivc iho young" Tlie Coming Home -Servl-rc Cain- psten i.s for fund? to cxlond ihc opera- [ion-t nt [he army In jiollrt cnurls ainl lirlrtins anj all-wH; Lo able iy liuvc u. in hinnin.- canipalcn a aucccf J. OF GRAIN CARS WASHINGTON. O( I. New inmimutn weights oa giain and grain products will he filed soon hy Ihe rail- roai! adiuin'.straHon William the- EnLcr- slate commerce effocUve five Jays' noiivt, to secure heavi- er loading and ID maku QTall able frr-ighi cars lor the transportation o[ diesc The amended inr- iff will provide that Iho iacreasi'd wc'glits arc made effective purely us 'an eiiorgencr. made necessary ihe LOXnoX. Oct. hcary for grain tars which iire not heing loaded lo c.iiiacily. DUBLIN TflADES UNION CONGRESS trade union congress sumnton- :il by Uic trades council, will he held tii decided on thc gen- -sTuypaEe of ivork Lliroujhout Ire- liiml for one day or more r.s a prolesl asainsi ilio actlo'i of the Rovcniniont from CHARGED WITH EMDEZZUNG KKTCHIKA.V. Alaskii. Oct. 30.-- On charges of lisvlne cinbtzzlud ?6.537 Irom tte American Itsllway ibc for bv iho U30 of T.inlac, wcu lielicvcd it no'. lor ;.Sc to of Mr. actl M.-e. further fact Ihnt .oaJi aud c-irtuinslancc calahllsh- ?J beyond n rcasnnabic doubt. .Mr. "Cunitbell Is a farmnr thc niatrou or ml rahcJicr. They cam? Irom King--- _ tnn Cbiario. lo just grfiiiL startuj tr-i localcd ni t v v v Mil 13Lh Avenue West. non- reside., Mr. and Mrs. Campbell j huvc rite SOHF. Iwo o[ TTlmm made v SiiprcinC Sacrifice. Another, who badly Bounded, is nr.w J (he (jtlicc of the Canadian IV.cin-: i r.iilroail in Calgnry. "I am a u-oll. ijaup) wornaii noy.-." TJ; :uitl T-'licn cil >hc set -the :iir.lrc.n Army who tvtiulil te I'leas- nsol anJ htr in tverj' ccitc n pood, I Parkin for his reiurit from America, company's ofiice icrp Jurlng Iho suni- o her on __ _______ _ ___ __ __ ul any yaeK, v lic you tic THE COMN1G ONTARIO PREMIER Krnc.ic Charles Drury. leader of the Kanncrs of Ontario. fnc j ccining premier uf Iho province of I r. .r rcniarKiiue Biaieuirjiu. .u- was born at Crown 11111. Sim-' ?rjliacrl remarhcil ju.it tno dav January 22 1S7S He 13 a il.nl I v.MuLM rol ho with him now j lhc ,alc Qharles If il Imd not licca for Tanlei-. t Ontario's flrst minister of nErieulUiro' Vollowinp is a recital of Hie j [ho yMr 1SSS_ Mho Hon liul Mrr-.1 C.impbGill rclalttl thcnr "For Mio bcnftfU c( other? I want. ro loll liorr my licallli her. Tiacit EO romlcrriilly reslwrc-il Iiy Tan lac. My I am nnw ulinosl iiahcs il srein nil (lie in'jrc iul, and I Iiopp my will :lic crui.sc ot oihcra llnillre health h-iiJT'incss. 1 had for thirty years or more from stomnrh troublo ind ncrvo tliaonlcrs anil a year my health became so Iml thai I John Drydcn, in that, office. He Is R tborouglily representative larmer and I comes of thn ]ung line of farmers, his Krcuc grandfather having come Tram Ihe old country nnrl setllcd In Slmooo I county a hundred years j E. t1. Hriiry works a farm of 250 arrcs In SImcoc county, near Uarric, this being the old homes tea rt. The premlnrclect graduated froin iho On- tar'o ABriculliiral tioUpge, Guelph, in c.ivc iin'nl] hcpt of ci'ftr gef-ing wcl] In he first became jiromin- .My 5touincli ivas in aiicli'ci Iwrt .cou-j cnl :is a farmer TeaUt-r, and roprcErnl- diLlcti that I could-not rat a bMa of t [nG Farmers' Assoclalion ot On- fnr ivceVs at n. iftno and tuy! lario. In-Core the Laurler tariff com- ricncR -H-cra shattered coTTinlc-Lely. H j mission that year. He wan master of is lo ilc-rribc llic sitrter-i r.rangc for .'ears. In J910 he hc- Ing I went IhrciiaH nnil only those nre[ of the Can- rilctod iho u.iy con have nmch of agriculttire. He waa Clip (if ICr1. "Al Ih5? LiDio I waF very weak ami tiolUr.ic and my huihand never CJT- I ectt'O inc 10 pall through, anil i frieinl visilinc; us at Iho tlmo '.veni