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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK DAILY HF.HMJI OCTOBER si, OF G. HALLOWE'EN AND ITS CUSTOMS Third Reading Likely'on Mon- Clause Eight is Withdrawn ,si v.-lsilo1 tlso JA dis-; a: a Sir Oliver ;hcv uiiunj! siv.l K-r.irli-.t: lK- OTTAWA. iW-v'r1 liiY-: ol is in ihe ranis viorM w.s- niiTt-rul'sUi- iho give a Ka'o 'i'-'u1 ui IB Icul iiure, which a'.l cause i split in ihe has Ihoi'u aiiJ ilio wlu'K1 thlug up Isumc-d aspect "J tempest In a I Not delegate In the 'expressed unorthc-Jox views wbeu (lie J subject, Qauie U.P for discussion uud i there was not 'a dissenting voice to :an amended resolution by Her. T. T, i Shields, of Toronto, embodying tbe Oct. discussion ;cM UaplUl doclrino of "ibe divine of :he Ontario i of lhe and new testa- iho quest-un ot'niHUs and their absolute euprernacy ou aril Authority of scrip-! and sufficiency In tbe milters of [aith by was t-oiislde-rcd j Mid practice." also that "Lhe scriptures c.'i t itn.1 Importance as to of the old acJ new lestiiiienta wero given, by inspiration of Hod jitid uro I 0> -j v v liio only sufficient, cerum and ac-} ttve rules ol eafo knowledge, faith am] JAPANESE EMPEROR obedience." U RATIFIES TREATY Dr. John UacXelll was elected sldeoX TOKIO, Oct. QQJ- ueror today rauiied 1119 Ver- ]v tallies peace- treaty. NAKAIMO NEWSPAPERMAN DIES D.C., Oct, Scores E, XorMi. for rears publlsrier of the Free Press and well kuoivn throughout the prorlnw, died ibis ble. from heart and kidney trou- Gait Clijr Council ?eut a lelefram to Kir AUaui lleclt eipressing coofl- deuce hi his admlQisfmtloa of FIVE HELD ON MURDER MONTREAL. OcL your and a man were- held re- spoDiIbla by tho corcner'e last Timrsoar ot-.lhe deali o( C. A. Plche, ft returned loldler at the loquert held by. Coroner McUahoa yeiUrday mont- IDE- are May Aadtnon, May Whelan. MutMlda J tit en, Mur- phy and Roaau. trldeace gireii bv wltneMea wu pracUc- ally the aame.ln each Lbit the AndsrBua woman kid ilrea Ptche tiro InJ action a of vcuih i JuLirly in :rs t fairy At 02ii liiui1 ;tio thai a cliiKl oil Ociober 31, wo-jiu in its A itio ixnver lo talk 10 oaves' ar.J. i ;vlr Tins beUof has jiratiu-jry itiio obUvlou. tuero srt1 clil tus'o.T.s rciaint J- they may rot h.illowe'fii n rval lair itight i 13 it.comps 10liialory, ba'.li OTTAWA, Ocl. days' discussion in Grand Trunk bill wjs n period tefore 6 o'clock Ibis pveuiufi. cni 'bouse rose iu oitler ui allow lera and members lo atici'.a tbe dinner being given ton'sOii by ihe In honor of t'nrdlcr.l Mercier. of Ueleluni No announce-i is rlfiat In the iroiu rank all rnent as to whon ihirJ.ciil cajs. .October 31 is Ihe eye o'. reading would he up. liu: u may All and All Hallow day. On not be MinJay. Xovort'.bor i trio a r.? tiscJ to luv ments an? likely ia movo.l many nifinbcra aro de-tircu- cf for homos fur (bo fco and. a TO VLTII; fruiis anil ihc niul D-jrin? corFi.lfraiton nf the li-.ll today, IlLin. Vcighon '.vit-v drew etelu of ihc Mil. to which by ifon. S. FieMius. The cluuii- provided for loans to ihp boarci of iQar.igerr.tai. ?.nJ Mr. Fielding tool; the eroded ihai tbe government could hallowtr'on. Many C'j ;tcir.s !i avo ITep i Jtit o :t [ of the val. weri? In -LjJditiou to die lor liiis assurcfil as oruf'.o of love. anJ it ii? likolv that in I'.K? of hullowy'en c.-p.-i-ially drew the Five-Vear Clause five, providing re- a five, thinking of demption of Grand Trunk stock after jtivo lovers. Some pirls think ot more ;'.D years, amenU'd on the j than two, but two is declared by rno'.ion or Mr, five years he-iioai. The liaiel nu: that liurni with-1 ing substituted for 30 years. A char.Eo J out bursung the trusbvonhy j In ihis urgc-rt ierJay by lover. bolh Hon. Mr. King, who wanteJ to strik? out ihc- words "thirty years." Clause the only other today, proviiiin.? for ihe ul- n receivership, was rtiscusscd Eiud sometimes both uccer- j ta'n i? the course of IOTO. O course you recill ihc melhcd oi j paring' ea apple without break and J siderable lc-nsli, but was not aniend- c-d. The opposiiiou ihc of Lhe Grand Trunk PScTic. liui Hou. Dr. Ueld thought tbai this v.-ould no! lie a ivise to pur5ue. because by the plan proposed, governmeui se- curities. wiH be kept alive- and In Inter yenrs mav iDaterially increase G.T.R. Lines In U.S. OTTAWA, Oct. statement on the Grand Trnnt lines in ilie United States was made lo the senate yester- day by Sir James Loughccd, In answer COQ-J shoulder. The scrawl on lhe door lo a question. The statement hy the COvenimeaL showed that in the Unllei Slates the Grand Trunk controls 3? railway companies. .The par value of tbe capital stock or the 33 companies Is' The tolal par value o1" Ine bonds and olher indebledness i: The toial par value held by the Grand Trunk Is Th lolal pir value held by the pnbltc L Sir James stated ihc mcnt would acquire lhe Canadian Ei press company. R'ith the Grand Trun'n The senate adjourned until Monday EO thai .consideration of the Grant Trunk Pacific bill in the upper ]LOQS< can uol be commenced until thai dale. BIG BANK TO HELP THE CHINESE TRADE NEW YORK, OcL la under stood that interests.Identified with prominent national bank, a well known Lacking house end a derelop ment company engaged in promo tin] trade with Ibe orient, are the Amerl ran inleresls back of Ibe propose! Chinese-American hank. Of tbe 110 capltgl stock, half will be taken up by tbe American group on< the olher bait hy Interests HaU of Ibe capitalization has alread, been paid ID and the remainder ha been frilly secureJ. G.W.V.A. CONCERT Under the Direction of Corp, J. Q, Thompson MAJESTIC THEATRE SUNDAY EVENING Doors Open 8.45 Concert at No children under 16 allowed to be seated until adults arc ac- commodated. 31LVER COLLECTIOr; licates ihe iniusl of the iuturc lite- You remember, of course, when vou trlt-J to impress lhe oihera ibal he scrawl looked like an "E" or your! svored initial. You it bat's how subtle propaganda origin-j ated. Tlien the ring in lhe surely you remember. j This year hallowe'en is particularly i nyEticai and spooky as October 31 j !ails on Friday. Perhaps the omens' won't- work properly or maybe Ihey will prove especially truthful, that de- pends on your Idea ot Friday. Be careful, Itttlc fellow anJ Mr. Grown np Ibal you don't put yoar sbirt or wrong side out because it means bad luck- galore lo cbaugo It, And be wary Mr, Business Man If a black cat should lappen to scoot In Iront o' you as you make your morning Irlp doTrntown. And you. big sister, are you going to risk a trip lo Ibe darkened base- menl to see lhe lace ol fte Locblnvar perhaps a Wallace Relrt- -who'is 10 carry you away to live happily ever after? Of course you will. You are going into tbe basement, going dovrn the stairs backwards, carrying a candle and a mirror; and you irlH aold thb mirror over your lelt shoulder nnd see tbe rt'lecled faca of your hero Rold, or somebody. Isn't It worth while, mice or no mice? Uy Lhe way, big sister, don't MamblQ or flhrer In any way, because ii you do 11 will be another year before you meet the man o( your choice. There Is another phase of nallowe- en's wide Tariety of amusement. flying on their brooms, wearing (heir Sunday clothes ami cheiaiug all bad toys. The ghosts Trill be watching Tor the boys who scare people- Tvllh llck-taks, bide garden gate's or caea( when (hey "duck" for applss. Hallowe'en is here vrilh wllches, spooks, love revelations, parties, ap- ple dirlng. black cats, leering masks, burns, noise, fjp and everything. Treaty With Hungary Delayed By Rumahia's Sign With Bulgaria Soon PATTERSON-BELL HAY 4." GRAIN Are now booking orders for car oil cake rr.eal cr nutted cake; also government free freight hay and feed at remarkable low prices. Get Phont 1563, Unfon Bant; Cbamberr, Lethbridge. tcna cf Rye Orasj Onlsf mixed, tplen- did lampfe. 2G6-G PARIS, Ocl. end of Novem- ber may sen the close of the Paris peaco which hsa.nezxm'at- eil lhe peace treaties with and Austria and hsa carried the llallona with liuTgarin well toward complelion. I'nlesa the conference can reacri an agreement irlth Rumania and compel It tn dlscontinue Its Inter- ference Jn ffiingarlan (here seems litdo chftnrc that a praco treaty can ho negotiated with .it In which Ihc conference prohalily Trill close without making that treaty. The Adriatic qne-ftLion not neces- sarily prolong the Tile o( (he confpr- cnco ami tliorc ta n-j disunion nmon; many of lhe peace delegate? lo ilrn? oul conference !o tiisc.uw pean political riucstlons Involved in the Rumanian and Mal'an diffjcullkifl. Rumania Is sending p- gale lo Parla tn riKr.uas its di with the conference and a settlement, ol the J3umanlnn tho afoantiomrienl of the effort at ili-. entangleuitiit. is expected very short- ly. Indlcat'nna are that the Bulgarian treaty ivill be within a week or ten days. ln! d'-Ie- Krotl CQXC was arrested at (fait charger! uilh Imruing (ht rrsfrltuco on Alex Sprtnilc's farm, Spey- I 5ldo I ht Under Your Job Your job means your living. Your wage or salary pays for your food, clothing, housing, amuse- ments and all your daily needs. So long as Canada is prosperous your job and hundreds of thousands of other fellows' jobs are safe. You must help keep Canada prosperous. Your job and Canada's pros- perity are inseparable. Since the, prosperity of Canada depends on the success of the Victory Loan 3'ou must not shirk your duty to the Victory Loan. All the money subscribed to the Victory Loan is spent in Canada and helps to fill the pay envelope. It circulates and benefits all classes. The greater, the more over- whelming the success of the loan, the better for Canada and for you. Buy all the Victory Bonds you can pay for now and during the next ten months. Last year employers co-operat- ed with their employees by financ-. ing their purchases on an easy payment plan, thus enabling them to buy much more than they would otherwise have been able to buy. They will do it again. Talk it over with your employer. a'a Victory Lean Commitlet fn co with (hi; Minuter of D{ the Dominion of ;