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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR SF.PTRMBKR 25, She BltvrU TMCLETHIRIDCE HEflALCr MHMTHM COMPANY, LIMITED Mk Mratt South, ud Manning Director YWTMM TELtFHONEt onic............ OfTfci 1M1 Subscription Rattit BaTtr, denvcKd. per meet .....f .ll laaJtr, dellveinl, per rear ......7.10 Dally, Ijr mil. per bT null, per yen-..... 1.H .WtcUr. or mall, jw.- lo U.S. IN ap- ot ejplfT of pear dally on address label Accept asBCfr ol: papers 'aftarr explnrlna dale il oar authority to ocrellcne tho lob- UNDEKMANNINC OF THE COURTS. The statement Ina', two judges are to be added io the Supreme Court of Alberta haj remained too long without (nidifying. This Is In tie Interests of justice. Justice, In llie'deltr 'occasioned by tbe underraanning the judicial slaff, cot only causes considerable incon- venience and Injustice to those awall- 'lag trial, bat often helps -to defeat uwu-euus. Toe-long interval be- tween sessions and the longer interval eiaied when 'caset. are adjourned make the appearance ol necessary, witnesses at the time or Iriaf almost: air Impossibility and, in many cases, a'-'rcal Impossiulliir- Wlineisw.-' who nol domiciled in aay partlcalar apot Interests- 'to io particular spoil', are' often dJfflcult to'locate, and ohon hot tlMir prfM That thlV nimuUs of J reading. Toe report of meeting n the hvo parties waa called for by Senile committee during the Irish aeiHne of August list. Tho protagonljls among those took up the caUM of Independence for Ire- laid were Messrs. Wilsa and Dunne, and the Interview with the President of In- I'nlteiS states brouctu out some aharp In the way of re- part ee. The interview looa place one after- noon at the President's temporsry home iu Paris, and the tKG gentlemen of Irish and American citizen- ship on themselves the of the coaimlMloa for Irlsk Independence." Governor Dunne at once took issue nili'PreslSent Wilson by atdrllnj the dialogue with the following: FresldtnL do you know that addresses made by in treliad, which you say have given offence to the British authorities, were along I line (ill we had eajojei Lha blaaainfft ol a republican form of gov- ernment ID America for many years, and that we had grown great and pros- perous ll a republic, that were pleased to note that "they had in a fairly held contention determined that they deilrcd a republican torm of EOT eminent, and that we congratulates them upon Ihelr arid that aBplratlonc vould be con fummated, the very sama sentiments we had always held and Rev. Mr. WiiLitts Went Orer as Audience His Experiences PICKED; UP IASSING TH KAN IN LQtt we nna always ueiu auu in America, and to which tbe reopl7 (From Cjur' FOREMOST. Alia., Sapt. Mr. Wilklns. ona'tlrae Antllcan minis- ter In Foremost said a Tlalt. to Fore- most thia xeek, PreifWBf on Sunday evening tnrt (hit flllej tho ball.on Slocday eren- ins'. He teen ai.cbaplitu since early In 1915. twenty-one month's of which time he wai a prliouer in Germany. address Monday.eren- InE n-as a recltul of his'prison ijncts. His story amply bore out all the most sloriei brutality. After tie address ho wai presented with a well-Ailed, p'irie as a token of appreciation of his jerrlcM In Foremost ana oTerseas.. Jle returns shortly to Quebec cil.r Uke ui> ths duties o[ aisistant In the. ApsHcan cathedral there. Mrs. Carrington has gone -to SXiff There !2 caaes of typhoid fever la St. John, N. B. iiireiito merted to sluivd tine on Sundiy. mldfilcht Over 5.000 alleodwl Wood- itcck. lair on opwilnc day. vk statue to Robert Burns was urv relied at Halifax Premier Murray. Londoai is la I15MM from the Inundation fund for a public Louden C. W. V, A. will oak til i emptlori tor all returned men and air for the three'days was as follows: veeday, ISM; Weduesdiy, Tnurjdjy, l.JM. Four Americans were Injured In a collision between au automobile and t train at a crossing ot the U. T. K. at Lacolle, Qua. H. VanDecar. who was arrefttoil London for robbing Btrong'e drui; ttore, of Ireland had rtvponded.' To this the President made reply: "Yep. Governor Dunae. but suppose durins our war ot Uie rebellion an. Englishman hail declared that tho South had a-right'to secede, or had, sided 'with The South, nobody wouM. hue criticised him for that, but sun- pole that he had gone Into the South while the .rebellion'was going on or Immediately .-before the rebellion, would not our government have said Nof; 11 :'H-; desirable that: Uioae wko ija: Coirt, ahoili to nit Jit ITleiith 'oC" wtth OTer their heula. Nor with lit m op altbcetheV n-iarde-d ,af a', coiidlUoo'to fife their to tie tiai beforf. tnem. with them it te decidedly a cu- of (he fiilrit being .vl'JInt'bot Use weak. If tally aenaet) and fully demob "that tie lench of 'the Supreme Conrt ncedn numer1call> .itodlaf'.ia. To pat an end to a COD itate of things, the remedy ahonld be adcp'ed IB soon possible HuMlke all Irishmen, .eyea laboca they be the hyphenated IrUli-Ameri- ,nr" Governor Dunn? was' not. lost for reply.: He came had: at.the Presi- ent'br "There'Is BO parallel a people.who, alter the ar.mistice. eld an election nnder the forms and ot lielr law, and'declared or a republic, and I don't .believe the' ,sea art in almliar.7 Mr. chln-.ejj .In with the fol-; owlaiV r-'v'If "are'-'drawInK -between'' ,tlie' 'SODtheni" of {hit, and 'thtf lie of'lraiaoi, I an compelled to do MM tise'-panllel. Would joa JMK.I 'tbe; cues' ire Ireland wks aj "It a nalton hat aaaerted Ita .nation-; ipod except when by over- ,HAKINC PARLIAMENT LESS Of A TALKFEaT. In -fefirrlnr to a resojutloa on Ih '.Order. Paper at Ottawa prorldinE to 'tbe limllaUon of speechei thi ''ol Commons, Ibe Vktorii In (ta approval of tbe uaK.'ap itates that It caiti th ontrr oier (50.0M per day to run Parliament, whkh meui Hit the on1 ,lay o( tie pretent icsilon of thirty .m will be aboil a mlllioo Thrte-hooi1 speeches ar 4vlle (xnnmoa and nol uiha for. five or. ill boura er ot the publl U.Ike Drotwi, wltereu a 'ft kit than an boor tour th rf TleMi ku flnnd II out en .netlr, ike lam of ii.D.QM Is iot won ontor 'tnr --TlieTe U nol a doubt tfia ta anr. taJklnl; for UtUmt (a Indolfrt to br ttuar not'learn tbe art, lor.d iBlelul to learn !l, of aavtaf Ui Dr. Astrof has returned to Foremofil with his bride. Fraser of Kcewblin, Ontario. Is "visiting her of the Union Banfc staff. Jlr..'John Evtos of BlrDahplm after working fpr: a while, at Barons, has retarded and .Ii, porWtf. -with 'Mr. Wallers. Mr. and airt Miss Sellere are KentucVy lodjiy- Mr. J. D. Midlll'ls-'julling gas Inlo bis house Iro.m bis :a Ii. well. betu remanded for medlcul The Hitch Co.. of Windsor, has de- cided to locale nl St. Thomas siiJ install a plant for the njiuufacture ot the Unlrerul uaperhanfer. Prlsclla, the I'S-year-oM'.iUuabter of R. Earle, St. John, wh r-pM'cU '.b i mlas- Dr. R. Klnlllon Pintten Uarj- died alter an oper- allon for appendicitis. A memorial building and a club- house Is helag planned by clliiens of London, it a coat of (100.000. A boy named Bennett. St. Jolin, rescued trom drownlns .by IV. Shaw, when he tell from a scow- Hugh McMillan, aged 63 years, dted on Sept. 17 In Kamloops. The deceas- ed was tormely of Aeasslr. Ediar PulUnion. WIngham lines- roan, fell 20 feet while repairing some wires, a'nd wai seriously injured. Branltord lowmhlp council pasted a by-law to raise In order Io apply the Ontario Housing act. The attendance at the Kamloops tnc for chree .was foaad urander- t arowd tha atreetsT" The retaaina ot Ibe late Dr. C. G. B. Ducotube. who vas billed In ao auto- mobile accident at Walerford; were laktD to St. Themis loi burial. John K Morris, Vancouver, has been elected Grand Exalted Iluler ol tbe Benerolent and Protective Ordsr of Ivlks In the Dominion' of Canada, Sweden -ia to get five ratlllon Iocs. of coal annually from Ihe United States under an agreement r'eacbed with American, exporters. Being -without adequate hotel ac- commodation. Windsor .will ask Iho Detroit and Clerclncd Navfgltloa com- y or Detroit to uso one of 1U liuers as a (loatlog hostelry on 'the Canadian side of lha river, Profeator Patrick Geddee, ot SI. Andrew's University, bti been entrusted with 1b? 'planDlac ot the Jerusalem Univerilly. The Frfedrich Gorerjment -ts re- ported to bo planning the removal ot the capital of Hungary from Budapest to apprehended at Alexandria summer resort, near Kay Cook, a rounc resident ot that Tillage, took of strycbolne. Windsor city council luthorlced Ihe eollcltor to notify the Sandwich, .Wind, eor t Amherttburg Hallway Co. of the city's'Intention to' late oter the rail- way on the expJntton of Ita franchise, In 1522. The Provincial Synod of the Angll can church, meeting in Ottawa, took no .action upon Hie report noting the benefits accruing form the Ontario Temperance Act. though the delegatea U U sail, generally agreed Io It. Preiimmary steps la the direction rf the preparation, of an International scheme for the Improvement of fficll Hies for navieatlon on the. St. IJLW prices on. way. lerrnj. 'Aik lor Style CiUlorn: MASONS uorn 16 af. this mornlnj. in Foremost, a .aon. whermlaf force. Where Ii fTne-PreiMeftt that Ui rot oXr fr.'waa I'parEllel case. tie'cloaie of Ihe'lnlervle tie Prefldent'salrl: "I that von would hear .la DiDd that I came here wjth'verT hlfh hopes of carrying out principles al they were laid don did not iDCceed in f ettlnf all I came should ur that there were a great no, I will put it this there 'were a lot of ttiiujs lha't hoped for but dla not get." The President's reply waa In a war ft may bo (hat he taunt two Irlihtnen more tban a match for Leihbridge Pertormera Appree-; Much Beef is Now Being Shipped (From Our Own .Carren'H.ilwtv MACLEOD, -Sept; Board ol Trade tbe Empress far .which wii 'hftld in ;nnmbfcr eferr. on him. The whole Ihinf, however, savors district o! meddlesome Impudence. The status of Ifeland'in regard to the Brlllah .0 Great Britain la a prob- lem which ii blj enough without an al Loterference from those who. bare the Jeasl .excuie for inter- fering. We should like to know how i.. Dqane .and Walsh _or even tne aniible President would feel Itould Ortal Britain have taken Uie role of laving the Blalu3 ofr saj, the Phlllcplnes In regard to Uie United That hot resentment would follow.'.here Can be no doubt The "American Commission .on Jriih Independence" irrofUtt to Ivti aa much self-importance aj the high soimdliig but 'empty title Ikey libelled, themselves wllh. They are busrbcdlei. who evldvntlr are not awvre of; -stock they are makmc Such gentle- men at; home for tho ______ .._ each i iras well. Tenderedf.'and one' waa star'; of Hh'e JeVening'.-.would; not The-crowi! not so -lirge is was. eipected, hut every :one tlfij CTenlnB'i entertainment. The Muilcal-Seitetti trom Lelhbrldje w'as very ap- preciated. The first free. shipment of feed ii eipected this week, am) doubt, be followed by many Several more haying outfita ire being shipped north. _ _ A large nomner' of' beef "cattle afe now being ihipped to'TArfaus points to who have been., through tbe (Continued .from Front Page.) xrvater Interest In the slackers'- than the soldiers' votes. Tbe minister criticized T. H. Preston, chief op- position scrutineer Is England, tor carrying oa a campaign that -was Blended to-'deceive and-did deceive mllllary Toteri. It there was any CTong-dolng. Ke aald, It wmj on the part of W. P. O'Con ibr, lae-genen.1 .returning officer, to whom Sir Wilfrid Laurler had glren certificate "of-ch'aracler. as maa of honor. The opposition reply to Mr, Melghen probably will be" made by A. R. Mc- Master, Brome. Telegnm' The. the propfjsed rtsbtution pf hoybe leader of'the parlluien- tarr ale tbe mat- lers .cxpresMd in an al- leged telegrmm to 'regiralng the _. lelegraii, Matt-. reads" as C "Abont l.OOITsoMler votM at larje for of rwMch' ;go (p Sel- dtVided- between ProTen- SIXDEGREESFROSI ft loaitiaMerhK meinberi of the House to sit Ililen, Toe mtm- ti Ottawa wtio'ipeak Jy, but wbm My. what they hare 10 Io a ruwaabli re ottm the more wetthiy In their They do not speak merely to hare tlieaielres heard. Theie arc tielr duty hetttr by (he State fend -the conftlluenclea they represent aa the tenr-wladed tarlely, of llrnomo lenitli miy te cvnijdered by IhoM who Indulge ,'n ;fte anctlok id a wir of showlnE their they ire earning lUrttr1 Indemnities, But Ihli wbM MB be laiiH'ln aa koir-b itretcked to four 0M. are drawn oul prlactpk of free speech ie, la Uie ai npcadthm Mil, It calli far sake of lite'dijn'ltr'of tt'e'counlrr or which comforlably with out InlerfereBce In res led to'lU Internal problem's.'fust as much ai.' States caa without any British Interferenc'e Irom'aelf-cor.311 cotnnilsilon There were lots of things, said Prep. Idtnl Wilson, he hoped for but did nol get. We trust the President, mean' thla ts a quiet snub to the telf-con xclolit commlsilon. It the Irish prob- lem Is to b< settled by an; Inlerter ence on the part of gentlemen ot thi names at Donne and .Walsh, the bop1 they have Is'One which will end In despair. AMIKKAN COMMICMON Ai iaMrMJnf Mswnarfisi rtfOrai ij' iaw' hitetTtew' of tV, Awerkan! wktck ill .e Irisk Cofrfemce, dml -WlaM Mkn i The Ontario election .will be a ren Interesting one from t farnter'f point. W.M.S. IN ANNUAL SESSION AT TORONT TOHONTO, Sept. Delegate from Tarloui aecllons of Car.idn, In eluding Vancourer and Hnllfpjr. attendlnr the 3Sth annual mec lof pf the AVomen's Missionary 3 of the Methodist Cntirch Jn Ca< A resolution of 3yrnpjlhy wa Knt toitay' from the convention la Mr J; U. Cklpman on Iho death of he Chfpnun. )l porta rrtmi the branch organisation tkdwct'ffogreai la Instance. The school hoys are now enjoying e last days of-, the; fishing season, nd are bringing home large number grayling and trout. Another Instance ot home in acleod cams to tew fays ago, hen a professional, bjlii; who left adeod for back and ought a home, and now Intends-to re here, as he says ny other place he' haa'. h'eeh In'his cberT ame patte what our allo'tmeiilr'Biiy. be.'-''. jlr, McKonzifljjaiJd the.telegrun in- dicated the system of manlptililloEL of Voles' under [he direction of iiblDlsten of fhe crown for the', purpose of defeating the Kill of the; people. Secondly, It Involved the honor of the' ministers concerned. If It was a legitimate message Is- aued In (be ordinary course of .bust- nesa, why the mysterious code? Such a message should nave, been In plain language. The.aoldten1 voles bad, It appeared, been tampered with and the right of the Cinadlnj people thereby violated. The exercise ol the franchise by Ibe elector was a Judicial act, laid Mr. McKenile, and It the government, by transferring votes, could defeat tbe will ot Ihe people In iny one con- stituency, ihen that wai a condition which must be remedied in fuUre, Oar Own FOUR, Sept. first roat of the.season occurred this morn' ng. ..Temperature. 26 degrees.-. Mr. and Mrs, S. P. Flnley returned ram. Havre on Mrs. Finley wa; 'undergoing medltal treat- .ent with beneficial results. IV fiome'igaln tnd re- jorts an enjoyable trfpio: Vancouver, 'rince 'Rupert, Edmonton and Olher points la Brlll's'h" Columbia and Al- ierla. J.-B: Coffee of an auto oad of Montana frien'da through the One-Four district yesterday.' The vis- ton wero milch Impressed'.with the green gardens end late grain yet to be Seen here. At A convention 'hela fri Napanee, Woods; qt.Hoblfn, waj (he unanimous cholco nf the Ilbe'rall ot .he county of Lennoi. Shoes Should Always be Pitted When Purchased-Why flecacse all shoes etamped the same siie are NOT of Ibe nroportloni. They aro made to suit different types ot feel, Ho to lit your foot as well it your funny U would nece.wllate i nllferent elzc or width In Iho different, styles. Again, r. shoe might fit your fool properly wllhput Welsh! .on It, nut on account of ness and elongation -when standing up It might necessltAto con- siderably longer and narrower shoe to allow proper action o< fool. j Also you pay tor this service In purchasing your llroes al any Blorc BO why not your lldlnB clone where ,the salesmen Vnow how to lit. We have widths to fit. We know how lit. ASK TO BE FITTED, SHOE4 FOR ALL AOM w. x NELsor Thouch my Back Would This is a common expression among women, yet they; to on day after day heedless of the significance of this distress- ing symptom. Backache is often a waniing of some inward trouble that requires attention, and which unless relieved will sooner or later declare itself in more senous ailments, If it is caused by female defangernent Lydia E. Rinkham's Vegetable Compound. is what you .asserts i its curative powers in" all those of wbhien. For more diah thirty years good old fashioned root and herb meclicine liias been restoring women to health. of THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH tMCfUOCK The Splendid Fleet BtantfoiA, been vet o{ EL Pinllum'i Vegetable Compound and find there is nothing better for frmalc I was uken lick with sKarp paini in my right side and up orer the hip to ihe back and the doctoc uid I would have-lo be operated on. 1 was in the and did not get aoy better 'io I went home aod took the ejrable Compound. 1 tUred bed three weeki more, lliai I able to get up. Now 1 a! rigk and I have recoogmeaded TOUT medicine to teVerat friend) and mf daughter ji taking it and all are pleated with the lewki from MRS. FRANK FLEET, Brantford, Ontario. Mra. Hunt tefla how H helpwl her Detroit, was in general ron-dowii condition, wat Tery nerroua aid tied, had backache and other troubles. I lor yean, wai not able to wort at t and tried doctor's medicw with to ff I uw Lydia E. Pmkham'i Con- pound advcrtiied, and after taking it t short time I wat.much better. I am idl talriDg it myself and giving it to my daughter, im glad Io recomtnend Vegetable Compound 171 D.TJM Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound ;