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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE DAtLY HERALD THiJUSnAY. SEPTKMnEU 9, Tbeualb iUDcna DAILY AND WEEKLY Pubhsheu THE LETKBRIDGE HERALU PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 126 6th' Street So-jth, Lethbriega W. A. BUCHANAN Fruldeot aud Managing Directs John TOrraace Business Manager Haiober Audit Bureau of Circuwions Subscription Rates- delivered, per Pwlr. b> mail, per Dally, iy mail, for 0 monUu 4-25 Dally, by. niRil, S months___-.. .Weekly, by mail, per year-.....1 JO Weekly, by mail, per year 10 U.S. 2.UO TJ-JE INCREASE IN t RAILWAY fcATES. ,_The public expected an increase iti freight rates, but the complete ac- ceptahte of the demands ot tlie rail-j Vays is bound to shake confidence in! the Railway CojhmtsEion. hardly, think that ibe railways anticipated, that they vroukl obtain anytM'ig ler thaii a ccmpromise. T-'Ore is an impression in Hie country 'TUat '-he Board from the beginning Waatbiased In favor of the rallivays, und so far no argument has been put forward through jhe Commission's finding to warrant the -iiubliu Jn accepting the new rates as a necessity. i poor consumer, who Is at- strike lo the Gov- ami so ..Main (Lore wsil U1 mi enii 10 litw anj order, aud vo shiill have ienor.sm ol a kind im-i posfd mi coastiluttd authority the i seaiiuiental ondeavor to hold It re sponsible ffr the death of tho iniiivld- even though it was nothing pliort of suidde. be u by the hunger or any ether route. Tlie whole thing savors of mock heroism on the part ol hts Worship of Cork and others who may j.lja likewise inlluenceU. It, is a meretric- ious bid for sympathy, but farcical in the tueans employed. Meanwhile it is wonh nctins that though he re- fusea'food, ttie Lord Mayor of Cork Is Hoi obdurate in" (he raaUcr of taK- inK an sip of waivr. which is inestimable In the virtue it hus iu preserving life during a fast- Today Terence will have fay of his fast.' lie "has 13 days to reach the his- toric forty days of test and lo emulate. UIQ example, although he did it fur u different object, of the famous Dr. Tanner, wBd through the test for a money prize in New- York arcl camo (brough winning the same. So far as living through a fast. Lord Mayor MaqSwIney has still also to set the record made by Zachar, oE Wisconsin, who went 53 days without food. In the cases mentioned life was preserved by tbe taking of water Tlie "freedom" of Ireland ciumot bs hoped to be obtained by the sensation- al methods adopted by the-Lord Mayor of Coriv. It Is tho magnified spirit of the "1 woii't plar.Jri your backyard" of the child who has quareMed with other. It ia ill becoming to Terence MacSwiiiey himself, way he seeta a. mock martyrdDm. Do You Know? TO-DAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Whst are 2. What is Ibe oldest English col- ony? Who were cs'.led 4. What ia thf origin o' word TV What is the difference between "heir-apparent" and "heir-presump- 6. When was Newfoundland for- mally occupied by England! PICKED DP IN PASSING FOR THE U U S V MA S Sudden Summons to n Young WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. 'iSTsIct is the larger city. Mont- real or Toronto School Attendance (Prom bur Owii correspondent) MAQRATH. Sept. ser rices were held on Wednesday after- Judge Ceo. Y. Smith, of Whltby, Out., is dead. five II, A. ot ami former Governor C. M. Mackimosh, M the N'orthvicsl Territories. j vras to tho ranks of heatheu nations when tho govern-: inent put a on.the statute j inukiug gympathetlt1 strikes saiit Rev. Calvary nldti'-! man i.i the cor.rso of a Day rt-r-; Sunday. this Christ's ideals ol brci'.'y-rlcoJ of I Kiltnonton will. have potatoes in plenty and some to export. Jlokn. years old. Ua-1 A five IT. HI ton dollar factory kotah, a seulemeiH -2 miles j will soou be eMabllshed at Montreal, (west Of wasted his overalls i in gasoliiie Sunday j R. W. Craig, K. C., Winnipeg, v.as .loou in the L. D..S. church over tlie i elected president of the Association remains o( tba law Alvero Colenian. who passed' iSya ish coin known as a guinea? in charge ot Bishop Harker. The choir, under tho direction of J. 0. Ilrldge, rendered "God Moves in a Mysterious "I'll Q6 Where You Want Me to' "O My Father." and Byron It is ready heavily burdened, who must bear the load. Just. when the cost of living seemed to be ready for a slkle down the scale along comes a new excuse for its maintenance and possible increase. Foodstuffs are not exempted; Ihey must share the increase. U is u deplorable decision and the.heavy advance, we believe, could have been avoided had the Commission not. started out with the conviction that Ihe rail- ways' contentions were unanswerable. "An eminent lawyer claims the .iRatlway Cqirijnlsslpn has no juris diction when, it bases oi its reasons 'the' rates the deficit on, It is. that point will be tested.'.' The'-tronble vith the govern- :the: deficit has' -to oe'.nYet .throngh-the. Federal .treas- ir meeMhe will be called upon to pay Itjriher through It appears.to us, that the Dominion Government should thoroughly., the Railway Commission's 'finding and, it Iu Us judgment the increase Is warranted, it should let the gen- eral public know its reasons for com- Ing to the conclusion. So far the Railway Commission has not enlight- ened the country. MR. MEIGHEN'S TALK ABOUT FREE TRADE. Mr. Sielghen starts out to make the tariff issue one''between protection and -tree trade. He lines the Liberals and Farmers up with free trade and places .the parly he leads as the ad- vocates .of protection, with some ad- justments after a Cabinet inquiry. It may be clever tactics lo create the impression that .his opponents are free traders, but his charge, of course does not hold, water. Mr. King does not advocate free trade. He says_he a reduction' of duty dn ma'riy articles, more espiiclcliy Imple. meiils ot production, clot'nhs What is the population of On- tario? 1. Of poet It said. "He wrote like an angel and talked like poor I 5. Which Is th'e third largest city In Canada? I 0. What is the Douay Uible? ANSWERS 1. Montreal, with a population-of as compared to in Toronto 2. It was coiaed to commemorate the capture. In 1C66', by Sir Holmes, at Schelling Bay. of 160 Dutch 'sail, cou- alning bullion and gold-dust from 3ape Coast Castle, in Guinea. Africa. This rich prije was coined Into gold pieces, stamped wltb'.r.n elephant, and called guineas to memorialize the valuable capture. 3. According to the 1917 Bensus, 4. SO said of Oliver: Goldsmith by Garrick. 5. Winnipeg., with a population 11916) of 6. The English "translation "of the Bible sanctioned by'ths Roman Cath- olic church. The Old Testament was published by the English at Douay, Frauce. in 1C09. but the New Testament was published at Hhelms in 15S2. The English callese at Douay founded by William Alien (after wards Cardinal) In 1558." Ex-Labor MJ. iaiinsFor sneakers'were J. L. Gibb, 0. A. ley. A. Mercer and Uishop Harker. All bore testimony to their know- ledge bl a hereafter and to the good life of the departed, and spoke words o! comfort to the sorrowing wife and family and to tbe cged parents have all been faithful Latter Day Saints. Mr. Colenian leaves a wife and six children, ah aged father aitd mother and a number of brothers ami sisters, besides a largo circle. friends; The. sympathy of the entire community is extended to the. bereav- ed family. The family wlsli lo thank all thosb who have so kindly assisted In their trouble. The pallbearers were Mfilviu and Jerry Godfrey, George and Herbert Coleman, Smith Ackroyd and Jos. Evans. The officers ot the YUUny.Ladles' Mutual carried tbe Bowers. Coleman is coun- cillor In that organization. The floral offerings were many and beautiful and ulone spoke of the high esteem in which Mr. Coleman was held. The family thank the following for floral tributes: Heart, wife anrl children; father, and mother; wreath, brothers ahd'slsters; ivrealh, M. L A.; wreath, .Mr. and Mrs. N'eil sprays, Mr. arid Mrs. Wyman, Mr. and Airs, lienoy" Anderson. Mrs: Watson and family, Mr. anil Mrs. Ed. Harker, Mr. and Mrs. "MeK'in Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs; W. B. Murray, Mrs. Grange. Mrs. Sarah Sabey, Sirs. C. A. Mr., and Mrs. tiennion, Mr. and Mr-i. Jensen ahd, -Mr. and Mrs Cope. Mrs'. Hill and daughter, Sir. and (Mrs. S. Malkiil; Mr. and Mrs. T. Bone, Miss L. and Mrs., Palmer, Mr and Mrs. d Coleman, Mr and Mrs. A. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. B. Mat- kin, Mr. hh'd'Slfs. Woolley, Mrs. Sarah of Canadian Clubs. Alwbod Bridges, son of Dr. II. S. lirldges. sftpcrintDiident of schools of St. John. N. B., is this year's Jthodcs scholar troai New Brunswick. According to ttu Vancouver Sun. political gossip has U that H. H. Ste- vens will be appointed to the cabinet, R. P. Green to the senate and Col. Cy. Peck, V. C., to the position of In- spector of Fisheries on the Pacific coast. Tivo women and a man were crush ed to death aiid two men were Injured when.-a slide ot shale forced out a bridge leading to one of the stair- the Cave of tho Winds under Niagara Falls. Charles Meech, 2S3'Carllon street, thil oldest butcher in Toronto, whose place ot business for the. past thirty- five years has. been at 487 Parliament St., fell feet from the first Glen road bridge in that city, aud was in- stantly killed. H. W. Shore, proprietor of the Strathcona Hotel, 'Nelson, has leased 1 the big hotel at Halycon Hot Springs, he 'nd finished .work oa a machine Later lie absently scr.mb- ed a niaich'on the denim The contact of sulphur with (he gasoline i.a-n-t-il a lufnature explosion Tlii- (lames spread quickly and Monn died 1'rijni j his injuries. John -Terence MscSv.iney. who was! attached to the 1st C O. U. battalion i who was court-inarlialcd i and sentenced to two yours In King-} stoa Penitentiary for refusing lo don 1 th'e uniform, is not Terence Mac- j Swlriey. the Lord Mayor of Cork, now dying of salt-starvation iu England, but a brother. The names of botli are i Terence. ..Tho man who was in To- j ronlo is not married. He Ic now In Exchange Your Piano MAis'Y in'auos have in iho lio.iio catuo .those who them Uavo left, tochauge (or Cork, Ireland. The Lord 'Mayor la married, and has never been iu Can- ada. MacSwIuey. who was sentenced, was released from prison after the amnesty, went to the United States I- and then returned to Ireland. I MASON. RISCH PLAYER PIANO and rant. you Msiyiscuiito Balmoral .Block. "The Home of the .Vlctrola" on the Arrow Lakes, for a period of Mirie.Resciie Wotk politest At Tieacher Needed Oiir Own If ERNIE, Sept. was no public observation of Labor Day Fernie yesterday excepting the con- teat lor" prizes offered .lor the. best team work in mine rescue work, which tits staged on.tlie lawn of the Crows POOR ADVERTISING fOH THE CITY. On what is the most prominent part of the city, so far as it will catch the eye of strangers who visit It by rail, is a growth of weeds which, apart from being not as it should be in the matter of the prominence given to this nuisance jn what- Is presumed to be ay of negligence on the part of the city authorities. We refer to that portion of Eighth 'Street which abuts on the Polilsch, Mrs G. Thompson, Jlrs Me- Coiistabls but -Tio' one who has lollovret so often Intimated-that the farmers are out for free trade that a great' many people have come lo believe It. Such, however, is not the case. Their policy does not say so, though they aim at the removal :ias lived hero with, hia parents for conditions .'of school of duties in many Instances and fav- nearly 'eighteen years and. was. well known all over this south country. He or eventual tree trade Mr. Tom Richards, .ex-JI. P. for an mffered for somj time with heart English constituency., -for .some time, trouble which was '.he cause of visited Fernle, over, the week-end and addressed meetngs of working men and also lectured_ in the Orpheum _ theatre to an appreciative .audience of men and women interested in the ARE YOUR FEET SORE, TiREBAfi If so it is not necessary. Have your feet fitted with proper appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr. School's "Three you will have comfortable easy feet and your rheu- matic pains will le.ave you. Appliances for All Troubles. W. J. Nelson Go. Sherlock Building a wllj-kepi city, is a woeful displ Britain. The Grain Growers' Guide discus- sing Mr. Meighen's Chester, N. S., interprets the farmers' attitude on the tariff in this way: Mr. Meighen aslted his audience if ebiscite iipon prohibition. Mr. Richards' was a very effective jii. f ml. us M >mj ejiuuLivtt they had analysed the platform ot DMh n't e "y: ...-................j speaker, driving each point he made C i, in 'avor the continuance'of tha D-sed It Wraaelt? If ho has wonKI U i Act horae In a mo3t con. be top much to ask thai he (.hlsiVB ,n-nncrp Ho hearers itely where It advocates 'free trade, mllch [nformation regard- as in England." as an immediate manner railway station, where, actually on the highway between the car-lines, there and has been allowed to remain a prolific growth of weeds. This la by no means commendable tu the city itself, ahd It is deplorable in the impression It cannot but create to the pa-ssing stranger 33 he comes out of the station on getting off the train. Tho plot ot weeds In question, if taken in hand, would not require more than, an hour's work, or possibly con- siderably less, to be made clean and to., present the appearance which a well-kept city aims at doing. It may ba lhat the nuisance has been allowed to exist and to continue civ- Ing to the absence ot the CnmrnlsBlnn- ef ot Public Works from the city, hut that should not constitute a reason- able, or valid excuse why lha eyesore should IIBVO suffered to he. In Ihe Absence of the Chief negligence should Bot follow In a well-regulated depart ment. There should Ije no time lost In a clean-up In this particular area to remedy what in its present condition Is a' woe-begone aspect of the thoroughfare, reflecting on affairs o the city In general lii the Impressloi ll cannot but make. J.ib LJIC iiLutiiici ly uic policy? The platform asfci for an Is being carried on In the prov increase in the British preiarence nnd rncc am] at the close- of the meet- periodical Increases so as to give fren a hearty vote bf thanks -was ex- trade between Canada and (irrat; um-iefl to the speaiei- and to the Hrilain in live years. That is the: proprietor of the theatre, Mr. John- nly reference to free trade as a son. for the free use ot- his nail. Dr. his Funeral servic.e.3 .were .held on Sunday afternoon.'.. The extremely Urge crowd in attendance and the beautiful, anu iiumerou's floral ings spoke of the high esteem In which the departed and hta family are held. The sen-ices were In charge of Bishop liarkcr.. Tlje.QhpIr sang, "ThV Deepening Trials Throng Your "Orave. Where Is Thy "Cast Thy IJread Upon- the Waters" and "Host for the Weary Soul." Tlie Pearson and Sam Fowler being the ectlve. captains. urs. Coraari, Bonnell and Garner acted as judges and Mr. W. n. Wilson, president ot the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., presented the prizes to the winning teams. The fall term ot the miblic schools, opened today and it is apparent that the increase in the number of new i pupils io be'added to the rolls will be in excess af the Increase in any j former year. I Mr. B. G. Daniels is taking temporarily, until the, school hoard can secure a new principal to take his place when he takes up his duties as school inspector for tha Kootcnay dis- j fill be. icher I WacSWINEY'S FAST. Tho Lord Mayor of Cork still linger: In-his self-imposed and childish en dcayor to sfarvo to death a protest against his arrest nnd con sedition. It Is difficult t imagine'where the common sense o such" a proceeding comes In. If over man' woman convicted of an ol tie (o take the course, of lln leakers were r. A. Woolley. C. Jen- tricl It j3 thought that it will -jii, P. Clarke, J. Elmer Ririe and ncc-.gsarv to employ another teai..._. Bishop Hiirtcr. 'All spoke, v.'ords of t m to tho regular staff to comfort to the bereaved family, nnd o[ thc unexpected Increase said that [he departed was a good olicy In the platform and it dries j Garner presided and made it (pile j friend lo .all. One speaker said Ihe 1 ot contemplate the immediacy lhat eems an obsession with Mr. Meighen. Vhat the supn'orlers of the platform lay do In the matter of die tariff a plain that he was uricoinpro'mblngly In favor of the continuunce of the what the conditions a decade hence may necessitate. The plan of reform evidenced in the platform of the party oday is the guarantee that further re- ornis will be put forward as thc crests of the country may demand. The essential difference between Mr. Meighen's party and the New National Jollcy party Is that the later'bases ts policy entirely on the general wel- are, while the former has nnrifrular regard of the sectional welfare. The tariff reform party is following thin? (hat can he said of anyono Vi-hcn he said, "He wanted no truer fricnri than the denArlc'd had The nalllie-trers' were. Richard, Max and Kvni'.s iirjidshaw, Jensen, Mel- vin liiric and. Frank Giles. The fam- ily are extremely grateful, to. their many friends who so kindly assisted them, and thank the many for the bcniitlfiil floral Pillow, Te 3_r Builfag Program EDMONTON, Sept. t i- telephone construction contracts henson, sprays, Mrs. province, abcordlng to 'FroTti Own COLEMAN, Sept, Saturday, at p.m., at the. residence of Mr. and Mrs. Klnpon, a very pretty and cjulet wedding took place. Miss Edith J. Stodrlart, of llaward- en. Rask., sister of Mrs. illppon, and and Leitia, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. iHcathershavv, G. Woodjer, Mr. Taylor, Jilr. and Mrs. l.yman no abstract Ideal as Mr. Meighen Mr Patrick R. Crabh, of Calgary, were -ainly imaglpes; its nolicyq Is based (united In marriage, the liride wns m the well-being of the people, as a given away by Mr. Illppon ami look whole, jf Mr. Melghcn or any of his protectionist friends can demon- strate beyond cavil that protection In- creases the sum happiness, he or they will have made out' an unanswerable case for tho tariff. There are free traders in Canada, very many of thorn, but for Mr. Meighen to say that his organized op- ponents '.vonld Introduce free trade if they came to power, ts very wlrlo. of the mark. Free trade is not yet a possibility In thin country, freedom of trade in'certain classes of goods Is a possibility, and a very considerable warranter! reduction of the tarifT Is asanrerl if a change in government takes plr.CR. I'roiiably Mr. Mrnghrju's commission of Cabinet Ministers may also reoommcnrl reductions In her place to tho strains' of the wed- ding march. The Rev. D. K. Allan Turner, Max Mr. and Mrs, li. IX j Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs.' A. N. Mr. and Mrs.. Davlea; J. Miller, Mr. and >'lrs. Saboy and Armnml. Mr. and Mrs; Mr. anil Mrs. Fowler, Mr. and Mm. K. P, Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. G, Coleman, Mr, anrl Mrs. Kldcn Chrlstensoii, Mrs. S, Poultc-n. Mr, and Mri. Mar- ker, Jir. and Mrs. N. Hlaxall. Immediately after the ceremony a bapUsinal Bervice was held, when Mr. and Mrs. Klppon liad their baby, Helen I M, i. Prca. K. .1. Wood of the Alberta Jxirrnlne, (.-hrlslencd. Following those cbromonics the bridal party and friends partook of .1 dainty werlding innrjheon. Mr. and Mrs. Cralb Ml on the evening train for their new home In Calgary. Mr. C. McUufney, our local drngpjst, Is making more room for his expanding business, lie has got the original building pulled back and will Itava an up-lodale 3u-fobt exten- sion i.iit on. When finished Mr. Me- hopes to hnvc tho beat drug slt.ro In Southern Alberta. Mr. Ilruce Cray, stiirlont, will oc- cupy (ho Institutional church imlpil An Himrlay, the 12tti. Tho' liev. D. K. Allnn lako Mr. (Jray'9 work and tho Kacrunicnt of the thc tariff, but no one rnu kiKiKinc t'mt they will be severe enough tii hurt i Sunpor. Mr. Or.iy Is from To roritn nnd boen doing fiplendld the imckels of the protocltrt mlc-rcals. -vo-k lhc ,..lnM Slake. Canlslon, was the speaker al liy rvnnlrig nrfrvlrh of Ibn A large audlenc'e listened with interest to his remarks. J. 0. Ilridge. by rcnuoal, sanj; "Abide With Me." This was the theme of the lec- ture. Byron Tnnner also rendered a solo. railways and telephones. In spite of a late start in the spring and a pro- gram of really vast proportions, the new work has been carried along steadily in all parts of Alberta on both rural and trunk lines. From the present outlook, given an ordinary autumn, the hulk of the program will he finished Im fore winter puts an end to operations. In addition construction has hsf.n carried on'this year on a number of large contracts which were not com- pleted In last year's program owing i to the unusually early winter. There- ore the present year riiore eleplione construction completed for the province than ever before. C MAY SETTLE LANDS IN COLUMBIA VALLEY Sept. To look over ntroa of lam! In the Colum- bia Viilloy with a view to immedlale purchass. II. J, Williams, of Calgary, acting on behAlf-of nn 'Old Counlry syndicate wl for the valley to- morrow a c corn ]ian led by Mr. H. J. Ixiughian of the natural resources de parlmenl of llic C, J'. It., which depart ment of the railway has the property t-ir saly, f.. tf tf GETS AIR RIGHTS -I- In an Interview with D. C. Cnloman, published In the Can- ff adlan Hallway and Marine World, It Is stated that the 't cgrcement between Ihe nnd the Alberta government ff in regard to the K. D, ami ft IJ. C'., ccvefa air rights along ft that lino.. The agreement cov- ff ers tho right to cbndiict exnm- Infitlons In Ihftory and practlr-n of air pilotage and air naviRn- tlou and to perform other relat- ed work as i IN I'ovril you get the con- centrated nourishment of prime beef, No iocd does more to strengthen you against, tlie colds, cliilis r.mi ir.ilnenxa whicli lirings. It is llic unilcr-noiirHial rtin tiic greatest risk of illness but you are sure of ijcing nourished if you take Bovril. Tho 'food with the proven body -fcoiidiog power of 10- 20 tfm'es the ariioun.t ;