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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAKE FOUR t She Xetbbvtbge letbbribg'e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Cth Street So'vth, Lcthbridgo W. A. BUCHANAN and Director John Torraucsj Basinets Manager THE LETHBRIDGE HEHALD DIRECT ACTION j IN GREAT BRITAIN I The threatened strike of the miners In Great Britain, which ior. the iao men; is hanging fire, dravs attention! to the policy of direct action. Under-' tbu strifes proposed is the sock-! You Know? Audit Bureau ol Circulations Subscription Rates- Baily, delivered, per t proposed is the sc liif to put into oiH-mldn tho policy i of direct action us feferrlng to the i'wlitical issue conveyed iu the nation- alization of mines. is not so'Jgtu to bt> disguised, but iu fact has been wpenly avowed by Robert Siaillic, the principal protagonist in the pres- ent trouble. In as many words'he has i stited tuat tho threatened strike for its ulterior object tho forcing of] 1 the-Issue of nationalization, by com-i t pelljng the Government with the force jltl yf a-national Elrike to accept the pol- TODAY'S QUESTIONS I What is the oldest tree iu tfca orldT 2. What Is Ha diameter: 3. What other famous old trees arc there? t. V.'bat was the number of voles for Labor at the lust Genera l.'U'cliou in Great Britain, ,iuj how Labor members were elected? 5. U'liut is the Zein? S. What was the Truce of God? SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS i. What is the Woolsack? What Is the Iraditlou applied to Daily, by mail, per year Daily, by ncll, tor C month: Dally, by mail. 3 months .Weekly, by mail, per year .23 4.23 2.5'; l.aO nail, per year to U.S. 3.00 THE COMING REFERENDUM The Import of the coming referen- dum has been placed iu these col- icy which it has refused to do. wormwood plant? 3. was called the English. Van [dyvk? action is not merely a strike cate? on.the accepted lines because a trade j nnkra cannot get its demands 'granted by1 the employers. It covers a: machj 'o. wider field. In that if demands ou any i" Greece? issue, whether political or industrial, are not met, labor will be withhheld. even to the point of creating revol- ution in support ef these, demands. The doctrine of direct action is cot S. What does the color violet ludi- umns'for the beueflt of our readers.! uccepled by the majority iu the lab- On tho same day that the referendum will be lielti in Alberta there will bo similar elections. In tlte prairie prov- inces. Referring to the Manitoba ref- erecdum the Winnipeg Free Press, iu its issue of last Wednesday, places the Import of tho issue there before its public. The Winnipeg paper or movement iu Great Britain. It is pointed oht by the men who believe In constitutional methods Iu obfainins political reforms that tho ballot boi and the vote' in parliamentary elec- tions provide all that is necessary. The younger force trade union and labor move.T.er.t hold that if Par- covers docs not give way to the de- ground when it states that the data mJiids spite of fact that set in October will sire the candidates-ih Javor of such de- in Manitoba the opportunity to de-1 mauds liavs been beaten at the- whether .they'wish to have the; Strikes. :nust be declared to compel control of the liquor tho gfaVting of these demands. This younger and advanced section is quite a minority in tlie actual labor move- ment in Greai( but it Is ag- gressive and by majority votes in min- ority polls appearance'ot be- ing an important' body. What is the reference in Tennv- line. "The violet ou the Who is the most able diplomat ANSWEftS entirely in their own hand. This is precisely the issue, In Man- itoba, just as ft Is iu Alberta, the Do- minion Parliament has decided that the control of liquor shipments which constitutionally belongs to the Domin- ion under the British North America Act abrogated wherever provinco so desires, In order to Eecure the complete carrying out of the will of the people regarding liquor control or prohibition. The 'Free Press adds the reminder that -was made by Parliament as an alternative to national prohibition, which has been 'demanded, hut was considered not so feasible as complete provincial au- tonomy in the matter of liquor con- trol. Under the B.N.A. Act the prov- inces have jurisdiction In the matter of licensing and controlling the use of iiquor under the general police power. They can prohibit the sale of liquor within the province, but they, cannot prevent being shipped. as this trespasses on the Dominion prerogative? The liquor question in Altierta-is one which is entirely in the hands of, the people to determine. Should the! ref- erendum prevail in favor "of stooping the importation of liquor as is 'made possible by th? B.N.A, Act, the Legls; lature will be free to Vary tho Pro- hibition-Act as It in accord- ance with the sentiment expressed in the result tlie voting.'.This fact bag been already Intimated by Premier Stewart. Referring to tho situation that would arise in Manitoba, should tho referendum vote declare against the Importation of liquor into Hill province, the Free Press stales that the province can be made "bone dry" if that is the will of the people. This, in Ihe daclaration by Premier Stew- art, applies equally to Alberta. There is, however this to be borne In mind; and it IB pointed out by the Winni- peg paper so far as it concerns Man- itoba, and we may gay also Alberta, that "bone-dry" legislation dees i.ot necessarily follow, if the majority of the people should -be in favor of .1 modification of the present law, that could be done; and whatever is nl- Idwed to be legally sold in th'c prov- ince can also be imported from out- side the province. The concluding view of Ihc Free (Press of the situation as it applies to Manitoba., should the referendum carry, may logically be applied to tho situation in Alborla. In regard lo this it says: "To those who are convinced that the majority of the people of Mani- toba want a "hone-dry" provinco nn affirmative answer In the referendum might have that meaning. But to those who are not so .convinced, there will be every, opportunity of seekins an al teration of the present law and secur Ing It if that Is what the people want. Stopping the Imporlallon of legally saleable In Manitoba now1 will not affect that right in the least. Tho people of this province will be able to amend the law and to have complete or partial prohibition just as Ihey wish. This is a situation that ehouljl be naflsfaclory lo everyone, except those who might object to restrictive measures of any kind, and therefore wish lo import what they cannot buy In Manitoba." 1. A large square bag of wool, with- out back or arras End covered with mi cloth. In the reign of Queen Eliza- beth an Act of Parliament was passed to prevent the exportation of wool; 2nd that this source "of national wealth might be kept" continually in mind woolsacks were placed .in' the House of Lords whereon the judges sat. Heuce the Lord .Chancellor !s said to "sit ou the woolsack- or to 03 "ap- pointed to tho woolsack." 2. That the plant sprang up on the track of the serpent as It walked along the ground when, driven out of Para- dise. William Dobison. .painter (leiO- of trulh and the truth ot love. 5. It is said that some unknown woman went at night aud strewed vio- lets over Nero's grave. Even Nero had opelwho loved him. 6. M. Voclzelos, who has as able co- adjutor M. Politls, Minister of For- eign Affairs. of Import In theVelatfon it has pi srtinn The issue in the prohibition refer- end.up should he kept clearly in mind. The opportunity to make goodi the neglect of failing to register Is still Bandit chasing seems to have come a popular occupation.. Saskatch- ewan evidently does not intend to be. outdone by Alberta in this pursuit. Hon. F. B. McCurdy, no doubt, now fully realizes, that there is much vir- lure in the. hoir.o town. It wan Iho votes of Truro whteb saved him from defeat. Tho Lord Mayor of Cork's ne-rnp Is spelt JUcSwIney by' the Sinn Fein, and.'MacSn'eendy by the Nationalists. Tho Sinn Fein evidently think there la something in a name. Using the movies for agricultural in- struction Is a sum way c combining usefulness with entertainment. It serve (o create an "animated1 interest study. In this particular form of The Supremo Court In Portland, Maine, has been nothing If not cousld' crate In sparing the women of tiio Stale tlie qualms of conscience by de- crteiiij; that it will no longer bo nec- essary for a woman lo her age In order to Qualify as a voter. The lesson given to the pupils" of the Cardston school on estimating the cost of threshing opsr.-itlons wns turn- Ing education into practical u3c. In- rganlzer. The question ot ,who art entitled to a vote on this referendim also came up. All Interested would do well to read the leaflet on "Who'May to, be.obtained from1 .the'-local Hunt, j. The Voting In this township CAUMANGAY HAS NEW POSTMASTER (Prom Our Owu Correspondent) CARMANOAY. Sept. Buckley lata owner oi the hardware store here, was a visitor Iu town to- day. He has sold his house to Miss M. Snyder, Ills? M. Snyder, who Is intermediate gndo leather at the town school, is this week eud entertaining is a guest Miss Nan Deuoon, daughter ot Rer. Cap'.. Denoon, ot Lethbrldge. The Inspector of posloffices. W. F. Smith, Esq., of Lelhbrldge.' is in town at present, In connection with the tak- ing over of thfe poslmastershlp held by G. W. Varkinson, Ksq. by G I! Howell. We wish Mr. Kowelf all sue- la hlj new sphere ot activity. This IrYIday) evening a troupe of Hawaiian dancers and slugefs are glv iog a show at the picture house here There IB a good attendance. Last night the harvest dance, organ [zed by the committee of the Women's lasHtute aud Girls' Guild was held i very'tastefully decorat res of wheat, etc, as wel PlfKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE B U S Y M A N Routh Slocau, where ho has Inrze lim- bering Interests. Frederick baronet, hardware merchant. .Montreal, aud Ca- I uadlau agent for Vickers Limited, had ins name changed today by a deed poll registered at Osgoods Hall, Toronto, jto Sir t-rederfck Orr Orr-Lewis. on be- o! himself, his wife and children Leonard Hulchinsoii ot Sackvllle, Is w.as bor" at Hamilton. the new'cWet of police at u.was because ot nis B tluu'l.birth hcving been iu Ontario that the _ change ot naiae has been recorded at Mr. and Mrs. 1'red HoH, former well v' kuowu Ouelphites. now ot liramptou, are receiving hearty congratulations' John Oliver's vt-r- ou being the parents of triplets lhe KIHott libel suit carries a iJudsmeut for'costs amounting to no f ...T_ v.. Cs-jit, Dicksou. .the unsuccessful'lfsi JL3SS.20.- tills ia'tinder- Bew sphere ot activity. farmer candidate iu tokiiestcr, N 8 be the filial sum allowed by J hlfi trTldaVl o trnnna wac a ll.n------__r.., __j. as profuse butitiuj. The numbers o: was the largest seen for soma l.ime, Ererythiug was car ried out In a satisfactory "manner Jas. MacNaughton, Esq. re turned home today from Calgaiy. Archdeacon Hayes of Calgary was a visitor In town today on a business visit in connection with the Installs tion ot the new pastor at Emmanuel Church. )On t .forge_t. me jo. Mark your cross opposite the .''Yes'.'' 'OREMOST HAD SHOWER OF PLAVEO 106 HOURS ;WITHOUT STOPPING world's record for continuous piano playing has been established here by Alfred Kemp, Jormtr .University of Chicago who played without stop- ping for 108 hours. The former record was 105 ..hours. It was held In New Zealand. -'.Milk and fish comprised his diet during. the stunt. He used some smelting'salts frequently. When noj extlag or drinking he chswed tpbacso. He did not any drugs. His hands were swollen to their nitural size when he finished. They hitf lost the sense feejlno. The keyboard of' the frequently sprayed with mentholated spirits to prevent his from cracking. BALLOON RACE" TRIALS. Ala., Sept. .rwelre. teams are entered.In-the bal- loon race, which will begin here Sat- urday to determine the representa- tives of the United States in the In- ternational Gordon Bennett trophy race, which will start from hero Oclo- nAP 9.H Tha _i_Vi A iiu rui-mg 111 i n ia tun jiauiy jt m -i. _jtll ikely take place in Nobleford school. L' f1 ?rom DSn't forget the date-October -35. entries Include eight civU T. ian rpjimji nwrl ,-iuu buuiczuyiti Ping 10 the snip- 1 givs it iuriHiu iraai wucre inej wepl notice of three to attend the funeral of Mr.-- aaya prior to or ahlpmebt to brooke's brother, who." lur- me uis- ana uiea very trict in which the point of shipment heart failure Is located. v the oflieial vetorldarian: for: the dls- Is located. Ranchers whose outside the 1920 exercise I 0 agasuppy 'feine.care in purchasing their absence. InRirlo nf -avao from Inside of Mr. and Mrs. Perry hive left tor a are few week's vacation. Mr. Ahens Is mifl supplying M station agent Jn area, be- cause if mange should break out amongst animals on the 'range from which these newly purchased cattle these cattle eg well as the purchasers own herd might be quar- antined on suspicion of contact. Consignments of'cattis not ac- companied by a district', health certificate will not be by the American authorities into the United States. It must be borne in mind that this la an American and not a Canadian reg- ulation. A fee of 25 centa'per head-will be charged for these district health cer- tificates up to eight head. 'The maxi- mum fee for any health certificate "13 ?2.00 tor any one shipment. Information regarding the inspector who Is authorized to Issue a district certificate for any given locality will be supplied by Dr. J. C.-Ilargrave, of Medicine Hat; A. n. Munro, Alberta Stock Yards, Calgary; --.and W. F. Stevens, secretary, Stock'- Growers' Protective Association, Caljary. JUDSON WHEAT IS GRADING HIGH (From Our Own Correspondent) JLDSON, Sept, Threshing in tula district lias been delayed some- what on account "of "heavy winds. Wheat yields are not so heavy but thu Vialily of the grain is .good.' Mr. Uoorge Davis, one of our local farmers, threshed tmshels off 55 acres This yield Is the best heard of so far. The Japanese consular agent pass- Oil this point on a tour of sight-jeelug, looking over the crops and visiting, ng doubt ors located here, We hnd will, some of the Japanese farm. Mr n'lui j ill I. IJillVIL of the N. Dawlf Orain Co., Ltd., mak- ing ii Irip of inapectlon of their lino of elevators through this south coun- Hith him waa Superintendent Mr. Ulrxelt. who h.i.i charge of Ihe'elevat- ors ot this district. Harvest help seems to be one of the troubles hero at Judson. Some ot the outnis sro working half crews One of the leading lawyers of Lcth- bridge, with family, stopped here for a short time, motoring on to Wrenlh- arn and farther cast, Car shortage seems to bs next In order, but no doubt the 0. I'. P.. will w their utmost to handle (he grain of (he farmers here. The son of Dr. J. T. Xewlove left here for Mlvat, N'orlh Dakota, to en- ter school thr.ro The some (From Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, Sept, sh6.wer of rain fell .last night, after a very long- continued dry spell. It hoped it cenincate will Issued continued ary spell, n it coped It x MEW the animals will be.carefully.Inspected may prove lo be but the beginning of by_ an veterinarian.. Dealers further showers. At 'be annual meeting'of the" and ranchers who contenfplats snip- Mr. and Sirs. Westbrook have :rev Alberta Phgnnaceiitlcal Society r. and Mrs. Westbrook have 4'fro3i Spokane where they wen and diedlvery suddenly, as' a'readlt of Jliss Metheral has goae to'Leth- bridge to attend high school. Mr. aad Sirs. Whitney went to Leth- bridso on Wednesday. Mr. 'Whitney went session with the dentlsCi Mr. Eklwards and son, Hilton, went tn Lethbrldge on Wednesdayito have Hilton's arm attended to by the doctor. They rotarned yestBTdky; Mrs. Percy Wilt Be for a few days. St.a went-to Lethbridge'Jo the hospital a few. days'ago. MOTHER of MURDERER' DRIVEN TO MADNESS NEW GBR WK- Ham Veniot, 'mother of Havelock Veh., lot, who ran amuck at Sampson's Cor- ners, near here, yesterdfcy, following' a dispute over a mill dam, and killed his father, three neighbors, fed the pigs, pastured the cows, and (he'll killed himself, is reported by Dr. Cole, the coroner of the district, to' be hi- sane this morning. The last words ot the murderer previous to doing away with himself were addressed to his mother. They were: "Now you' may live In peace." -V" The body of the younger, Veniot is being buried today on the hilltop back of the house from which he set out on his orgy of detfth and over- looking the West Hiver, over the dam- ming of which the fata! feud'arose. The funeral of his Veniot, Albert nilcey, his wife, -Adel- ia Ritcey, and Archibald Snyder, will be held tomorrow. r POPULATION TWO NEW MONTANA COUNTIES Pondern county, Montana, which waa originally a part of Telon county and -which ,was cre- ated less than two yetifa nno'bx legis- lative enactment, Ims'a population of B.741 according to announcelnent by the bureau of census. largoul foVns are Conrad, with a 988. an Increase of 109 since 1910, and Valler, which was not in existence at the time of the 1910 'densua, and which Is row credited with 615 Glacier county, crcaterf fit ths same time and also taken from Teton coun- ty, has a population of larg- est town Is Cut Bank with a poruln- tion of BIG INCREASE IN NAVAL EXPENDITURE IN AUSTRALIA MEIJJOUHNB, Sept. Associated Auntrallaa "in lit.- oi some iitMietit next snrinc iin> uuiure me war, ore rough nowlonfotor o'er'thej w I >1P in frnn.l 3 VVI" at G.tiSS. I fiffirft fhp O-nr Hefore the war the man-strcnsth wubxvo V1VU-- isn teams, and three teams will reprc- the army the navy. "wnlch finish first, second and icmpete in the international ITTKIV IS NEW Alberta Phgnnaceiitlcal Society fr, in Edmonton last T. R. 0 Blaine, the well known Bow -J was a cousin ot liie successful' ciudi- [he at Victoria lo the flier's solicitors iu the proceedings to fix the costs. The original bill filed. data F. B. McCurdy. An Indianapolis coritracior was mar- ried by a justice of the peace recently on a plaitarm at the lop of a 175-foot chimney he was building. Undeveloped energy ot 17 river svs- tems under New York State Juiisdic- tlon amounts to horsepower, compared with available from developed water-power installations. Colin McKenzle, formerly account ant at.Hfeh River with the Canadian Bank oi" .Commerce, was recently ap- pointed of the branch of that bank at Blaine, Sask. The farmers of Yale, B. C.v will place a candidate in the field In tho coming federal bye-elecllou. The names of A. T. Howe and R. A, topeland arc men- tioned. which conies under the new scale ot fees allowed in Ihe Supreme Court, amounted to.nearly hut objec- tions taken by solicitors for .Mr. El- liott resulted in the bill being pared down, by Ihe registrar to tho sum of J1.3SS.20. at which amount' II was filially- allowed. At a' meeting of the Provincial Op- position Committee for'York county, X. B.. a letter was read from Dr. C. Crockett of Frederlcton, one ot the representatives of York in the last Legislature, in he stated his reason (or declining to attend the meeting and intimated that hn would not he one of the Opposition party's camlldates at the approaching general election. His letter, which has caused somewhat of a political sensation, says he is oiit of accord with the 9p- j position party leader, and attacks the uiim-piew Brunswick Temperance.Alltauco ages as a result of the recent riots in I methods, aud particularly (he sugges- Belfast now'fatal seven million dol- to secure "pledges" for all can- lars. Under tl-e law when the damages didates. are filed they will bTpa'id government. by tbe The pastorate of Holy Trinity Church, Wpllahd, has been accepted by Ven. Archdeacon Perry, upon 'the resignation of Rev. James" Thompson. Archdedcon Perry was formerly rector of St. Thomas' Church, St. Catharines. Starting at fire with coal oil caused a serious blaze at the home, of Wasyl 2hurnoick, fanner, 20 miles north of Since the man's wife and three daughters were; severely burned: One.of thein a girl of 13, has died. yi'onjen .will..be admitted In. niem-i jersblp Ih.FVench Masonic 'ollowlng a dose fight ih a convention' n action may he modified low ever; when delegates of the Grand attend tlie Masonic World Con- ference tils "winter. has been 'ixed as the day on which polling will Lake place in. the Yukon Territorr, un- der the Canada Temperance Act pro- visions on the question'of importation! of liquor. Robert Craig, of Dawson, y. T., has been appointed returning offi- cer for the taking cf this vote.' i A. B. pioneer lumberman of he Craijbrook (llslrjct, who until re-, cently operated a sawmill at Watts- burg, west of Cranbrook, and who has disposed of his holdings, at that place' o the 13. C. Spruce. Limited, which company will operate extensive- ly there, has moved with his family to Your Children DESERVE A MASON RISCH On a.'VJieap" piano they will 'never learn or playiiterfectly. v You'll be surprised how'little we.nsk for the Mason Hisch lasts a lifetime. terms and "Factory lo; Home" prices." -KM RISCH, lIHItED1 Balmoral Block The Home of the Vlctrola" The Family Smoke 3 Grandfathers, Fathers and Sons have, been smoking it for years and years. Duririg this half century "OLD CHUM" has Steadily in popularity and favour, S Everypipesmoker appreciates CHUM" quality-the dioice Viigmm Rake Cvf ij It "3 this constant "OLD C quality, maintained for OLD CHUN ;