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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1020 OFMAJORITY Sept. As- loclated The Australian bud- feet shows revenue of over 000 sterling :aniJ surplus. The; excise taxes ran 'over the estimates and totai excess revenue was The totalrwar expenditure was 000.000, of which his been 'CONSPIRACY TO DEFRAUD OIL STOCK INVESTORS NEW YOKK Sept. I" JHraxid oil stc-cU Investors of is charged against thu Pen- nsylvania-Kentucky Oil and Gasoline Refining Corporation In federal In- dictment. NEEOIOOV1AUL ST. JOHN, N.B., Sept. 17. Tho war debt l3 lhe tlme is "Pe for tbe reorganization oJ Orpi Jap To THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD now _ while other debts are ipUHons nave been spent OS soldiers' repatria- tion. The political situation tn Australia will prevent attend- ing tho Geneva conference of the Lea- of Nations. Senator Millen will oe taa sole Australian The Australian government's major- ity of one Is restored by Ulsgs, form- erly laborlst, Joining the national party. .Jrelgu office, that the overseas domldlous could be repres- ented in Lord BeiTerbrook, who materially is the formation of the Union eoTernment iu Great Britain told'an audience at a civic banquet tendered him yesterday. lord Beaverhroolc also announced tnat hngland would presently be sharply.divided over tin (motion o! to abandon tbe mandate or to carry on. Lord Beayerbrook left, for New lork last night en'route to Enelaid. V; BECOMING tonearly every- smartly feature of the Fall season. You'll a Stetson too.-i Yoli don't7 always feel like same hat ahrays: appropriate to the surroundings or the occasion.! JOHN B. STETSON COMFAMY S'ihc' Han 'stamped upon your silver denotes tfu the metal, isymboJ', wherever, you'see'it, fetokens the goodness of ENO, which ministers unfailingly health, .and well-being. s FRUIT SALT And law VM at Prominent Vancouver Official Well Received by Raymond t j Colony Our Own Correspondent) JIAVMOND, Sept. a message of, good feeling from tie Japanese to the Canadian people and of exhortation to his countrymen of the Raymond district to be Isw- ablding, Industrious Sunilo Tateijhl, secretary of thu Canadian Japanese .association with headquart- ers at 329 Gore avenue, Vancouver, made his first visit to the local branch of tho association this week. Mr. Tatslshl, who is an educated Japanese with decidedly western man- ners aac! a. pleasing personality, spent the last three days here. This Is his Bret vfslt to the prairies and he ex- presses amazement-at the new and jighU he has witnessed. Monday he was taken by auto through the wheat Delds of the district and had the pleasure of seeing what his coun- trymen were dolag. Their splendid crops he Tlewed with admiration re- marking that It wu only another evl- denca of "Japanese industry." i Tuesday night bo was tendered a! banquet hy the Raymond Japanese at-! soclation In the dining room of the Raymond hotel. At this dinner he addressed the members for an hour in tttelr own tongne. Mr. TateUni al- eo met many of the le'adlng citizens Tuesday including Mayor L. Pack, Wednesday he was the honored guest at a big hunt in which all of tho mem- bers of the local Japanese colony Joined. "This is the best treatment I have received during my entire he remarked last night to a Herald rep- resentative. In a subsequent Intcrriaw, Mr. Tate- iBh! eiplained that ne was making this tour to urge the Japanese in Can- ada to be peaceable citizens assimilate -western manners and cus- toms. "We want them to ho Cana- dians, to send their children to Cana- dian schools, to buy Canadian goods, and to do business with your banks here. We are opposed to our people sending their funds to Japanese hank- ing he said. 'Continuing he declared that the ob- jects of. tho Canadian Japanese So- ciety were to help its members along educational, economic anil social lines. It was in a.political organiza- tion, he averred. They have 23. so- cieties, 22 liFB.C. and 1 In Alberta the, society. They have a total about ex- clusive of ;th> -women- andVchildren who snare in the social advantages 'of the with, the: man Mr Talplshi said that 'there 'were some 170 Japanese in the Raymond district all of, them being: members ot tha -They room here and during tha. winter will "hold re- gular meetings. _ regarding Japanese immigra- tion Mr, TaUjIshi remarked that- there were.m Canada approximately 18050 Japanese. There wore not many corn- tog In. now, Under .the agreement in force 400 may. enter Canada .a year. From 50 to CO Japanese women enter Canada yearly, he said. In DC' the Immigrants from tha little Island Kingdom are engaged: In fishing, ium- terlng, agriculture and said Vancouver had a fery large Japanese population. Two -daily-papers In the native tongue were printed there were Japanese-.. Christian churches In all of the B.C. cities and good headway was being made by the native ministers. "The increasing trade, of Canada with my Mr. Tateishi said 'is a source much pleasure and will help to hind the two peoples closer together. There is much Japan-made goods in Canada and we are buying an increasingly large quan- tity of merchandise from you. Japan welcomes this business. Our millers are. looking to Canada as a source of Supply now rather than to Australia Japan offers an excellent opportunity for wheat and flour trade. Tn'e term- inal elovator facilities at Vancouver are a factor iu this business it appears to me." The visiting secretary took occasion to rap the province of British Colum- bia on its Javanese policy. "In all of tho provinces we have the-right to I naturalization as British subjects and to vote. In British Columbia Wean become naturalized but they Incon- sistently debar us from exercising our rights as citizens for we cannot vote This is a discrimination that we olv Jeet to, and we are hoping that it will be soon done away with." He gave It as Ilia opinion that tho Japanese would be continued. Mr. Tateishi will visit Moose Jaw, Fleglna, Saskatoon, Bdmontou, Cal- gary, Golden, Cranbrook, Kootenay Landing, Kalowna, Summorlsml and Vernon before to Van- couver. IRIS SULLA TORONTO, ScrU the tim- ber investigation horn yesterday be- tore Justices KidcJetl and Latchforti, tho New Ontario Colonization com- pany A affaire camo under view. Tho company got acres of land in 1812 on the understanding that it would bring in bonaflde settlers, six- teen a year for three years.' Twenty were all'that wero Introduced to the settlement and seven arc etiil on the land. Between 1512 and the col- company had cut and sold cords of pulpwood, feet of sound lumber and feet of logs. W. K, Jackson, tho chief of the com- pany, blamed the war for the failuio of the colonization scheme. Tha tim- ber inquiry was until Sept- bftr 26. _ t o t WILSON WAY GO ON STUMP NEW YORK, Sept. sldent Wilson will be requested 0 to participate actively in the national campaign. Senator Patrick Harrison, chairman of the speakers' bureau ot tha democratic national commit- tee, announced today. BOI5HEVIKI DISPUTE UC MATE1 .a Wilt bassatlor in Washington, are impos- sible to uiiderstaua-aud probably (to result of. Insufficient information as to real facts o! national conditio-s m Kas'.mi Europe, says George lussiau Bolshevik min- ster of foreign affairs. M. 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