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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACETV.ELXS THE LETHnRIDGE DAILY 1IRUALD "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1019 FRAMING UHRCW OF fflffi IK Kuril Leeu i ing. Ho was supported by Mr. Barnes, drufi oi (Lte of Great Britain, find Mr. Vaiidorveldt. avenant ot lue Leagut ot .Nations is of Belgium. and-hid secure the generally regarded as a 011 that n'hL'li was first present- ed. It U believed that the Canadian preset! strongly for certain amendments, some of which are em- bodied in the new dull, while others not accepted. The Canadian rep- resentatives urged their views with vlior both be tore the commission and at meetings of the Uritish delegation. Their belltt, however, is that the one jreat advantage to accrue from the ex- amination ot the league is that it will bring to the world first-hand discus- fion of world affairs. Through this understanding gooj iviU and co-opera- tion in tualoUinlDS world peace will naturally follow. Sir Robert Border's chief aciirties Ijave been devoted recently to deavor at of the '.'ou- (Hciing viewpoints the form of the nine articles to he insert- id in the peace treaty relative iu lab' or conditions. There has been a dang of tho fnitod States, French and Japanese delegates. IQ a short speech Mr. Vaudervcldl voted his hearty eo-o iteration and ihe Bo.-d- was thru uiwatniously accepted. The form of the article.- as estab- lished t-v this iimenilnieni slates that the high contracting parties, re.cognrz- iisg lhai the physical, moral and intel- lectual weU beinp ot wage earners Is of supreme1 international Importance, have framed a piece, of iu close cooperation with tho league of nations to farther tuis great end. Kecogntzing that difficulties of clim- ate, habit tail customs of economic op- portunities and industrial traditions make strict uniformity in labor 1 ijou uiittculi of mmodiate attainment, hut holding that Iftl-or must not be re- garded merely an article of com- taeive. Ehey are ilie opinion tbat certain ra-jlhocU and princtplesv'rela- five to ihe regulation oMabor eomli- er that the strong divergence of opin- j tions should be employed in all ladus- Ion on this would lead to the j trisl communities so far as special TERRIBLE Tiilt-HliB" MOM 6m Hta Qvek Refel Buckinghuu, Qua., May 3rd, 1915. Tor seven years, I suffered terribly from isdTero and Hen, I ]bad belching from Etomac.i, "inil 5 hid cbrouic tiou. I tried mauyxremedif3 bul nothing did mo good. friend advisfti Knnt-a-tives I toot IhU grao'l fruit medirine and it jnaJa me well. To ereryone who has umerible health with Coastipv t ion anUlndigeslion an JBad Stomach, I stay take aoU you vfiH get AU3EKT VAR-MCR. EOo. a box, C for trial At paid by Ures Limited, Ottawa, Oai. witbdrawal of somo members o! the league, as the labor convention is t'losely linked tu every way to the league of nations covenant Sir Rob- irt was eventually successful .in se- circuEistances will permit. These in- 1 elude, in addition to tiie guiding prin- j i-ipte enunciated above, tho payment i to the employed of wages adequate to j maintain a reasonable standard ot life the acceptance of anew draft thi? may be understood in their j ho moved at yesterday'? meet- j tiuic and country: tho adoption of an j __________________I_______. s-hour day or -is-hour week as a ilauti- ard to be ained at in localities where it has not already been attained. The adoption of a weekly time oi rest o! at least 24 duration; the aboli- tion of child labor and imposition of limUaiion ou 'ihe labor of young peop'o to permit the conlinuanre ot THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Mn. PhOlipt Sends an counfinf jLetter to I "West PhtlftdelphU, too. E. Finkhajp'a Vegetable Coni- pound forfive months i before my wu i born and rt has made roach better in 3 health. J ill wtMD their education aad to assure their proper physical development. Another consideration is that ol equal for men and vro- men respecting work of equal value. A further fomi Is that the standard maintained by law in every country regarditip conditions of labor must hare due regard to the equitable econ- omic treatment of all workers lawfully resident therein. state ?huuld make provision for a system of inspec- tion in which women, are to tate part in order to insure tho Enforcement of PRIXGE ALBERT. Sask.. April 29 The trial of Albert Roberts for the murder of Sadie Mulvehill last Aug- ust continued today and the first wit- ness to allege seeing tho girl in Rob _ the laws and regulations for the pro- other tectlcm of employed. but with this I Although ao claim is made that these methods are final or (.onrolete, the high, contracting parties are of the on- I had moch easier He is a big healthy boy cow, three years old, tod I believe it TU _ _ I E. Piokham'a Compooad well It a nctainly a. good medidiw I in its faror. YOU may publish my W. Pniurs, 5430 s Phila., Pa: that thousands of women from aU parU of UK coontry write socb opinion that they are well fitted to guide the policy of the league and tbat in tho event oi their adoption by in- dustrial comaunities who are mem- bers of ,lhe Jeague, they -will confer lasting benefits upon the waffj earn- c-rs of the wozlc1. Sir Robert Borden explained that the proposals embod- ied in theit articles were the results jot many meetings nni with suggestions from .he dif- letters is that this ftmous old root uid 1 feron: delegations rvhCcb had herbrenwcrylLydiaE.Pinkham's Vega-" to recouCle in form o! a draft table GompoffDd, has brought health lajceDtftble to ail.- and happiness into their bur- George Foster and Hia. Mr. 1 Sifton have bsen in attendance ivith LUi? premier at tha coutereuce. company gave evidence. This; was William Foster, a farmer, who stated he passed them on the road and described both and referred the pinto pony that Roberts was said to hare been driving. This same pony has been referred to by practically all the witnesses who saw Roberts, each declaring that the pony was the same. The ueCense, Sprung a sur- prise by asking Alexander Beauchamp if he could recognize this queer look- ing pinto if he saw it. Fleauchainp was positive, so counsel permission for the witness to leave the court and inspec-t two pinto ponies he_liad out- j side tbe courthouse. This was granted and Beauchamp was put to the test. After examination he made his choice proved to bo right. The second animal was tho property of A, J. Yt-o- mans of Saskatoon and was brought from Alberta o short time ago. The evidence thus iar has identified Roberts with his pinto as having been on the Sheltbrook trail at the time of murder, but Fobter is the fjret man to declare ue saw the girl iu. company. WEEKLY HOLIDAY Sign to Close Wednesday After- nn Ceriuin Conditions C'ommem- oratiun RED, WHITE AND GREEN IS THE COLOR SCHEME OF THE ONLY PACKAGE CONTAINING THE GENUINE trrotn Our Oft-n UAROXS. Aprii reguTa r meeting of the Hurons Hoard of Trade was held in (lie l.O.O.K.'Jinll on HI lay Droning. Mr. J. A. Cow, president, u the chair. Tlw rej-ort of the com- at the last njQethig lo interview business men with icganl to the holding of a half-holiday every Wednesday during the summer handed in an agreement signed by all the bus- interested L'-greeing 10 the proposal provided the town passes and enforces a bye-law to pre- vent restaurants from Celling grocer- during the hnlMioliday. the Utr was on to the. Count'II for aciiou. U was intimated tli3t the reprejcutative of oil at Calgary hail stated that bLt yom nrriM. QUEEN'S XIKCSTON, SCIENCE SUMMEK SESSION _. A KJR Keturned la four Or-istlag at full University Year. for soldier tg lo rtadj tojiat-ring. CAi r- Syrup of Figs' (For the Liver and iTeH youf Sruggist >you win I genuine "California Syrup of Full directions dose lor tabies and children of ail tgti are coittipattd, bilious, feverish, tongue- or full of cold, are plainly printed on iiie botlit. Loot for the name actept "Pis BOI.SHKVJST FKOPAGANOA TAKING AWAY SAVINGS Aiuerlcan bankers are mucli alarm ed over Uohhevist propaganda, whicli they eatitnatc, is very likely to indue foroigi) born persons In th Uftlted Ktatcft to return to their tiativ lands taking ivitli them saving amountfng to possibly If natlvf; fjorn Americana had capita been as thrifty as the Torcig there would today be no nnxfct tho possible bus oi huge sums o monty lo foreign countries, for th American will stick to this conlincn H he senOs hlft money abroad it will h tfmt Ihc rclurn may corac lo his country. For Canadians tlie leaso.; Is that a should save so that ail, but a sma fraction of the country's pavings h fug in the hands of gooil Canadian there may be no fear the prsr 0111 to Canada ot large cum through emigration. War Savings and Thrift Stamps make, it easy for tho humbles', Canadian to aavo and thus concentrate tho wealth of this country nmong the great mass ot Itie people. CfliLElE SEEDING IN THE CRIMES OF THE BOLSHEVISTS (Xew York Outlook! In this country fbere nas been a tfcnJency among ninny radical think- ers to assume that is merely ms extension of democracy Instead of-its nr.tithi.-sis mid to reject the reports about Uolshevtk terrorism as Such loose think- ers should read the official-re port just issued in Great Britain hs a U'hito WiUiout citing tlie delflils pre- sented in ihis report, we will quote ia .full tha classification ol nolshevik niisdeeds made by Air. Lockliart, the British Consul at Petrograd. in a des- I patch dated Novetuber o last; il Is! prefaced by a genera! statement that' the Bolshevik! nad established a rule of force and oppression unequalled in the history of any autocracy: First, themselves the fiercest upholders of free speech, they sup- pressed every newspaper whkU does not approve their policy. In this respect tbe. Socialist press suffered most of all. Second, the right of holding p'ub- lic meetings had been abolished, the vote had been taken away from every one except workmen in the factories and the poorer servants, and even among the workmen those who dared to vole against the Bolaheviki were njarkcJ down by Bolshevist fiEeret. police as counter-revolutionaries. Third, the worst crimes of "the fiolshcviki have been against their Socialist opponents. Of countless executions which the Holsheviki have carried iarge percentage has fallen on the heuds of Socialists wlto had wag- ed it lifelong slruggle against the old regime., but are now de- nounced as countcr-reToliitionar- merely because they disap- prove of the manner in which tho Uolflhevlhi have discredited Soc- ialism. fourth, the IkridfieviM have abolished even Iho most prim- itive forma of justice. Thousands of men and wumyn have been shot without even the mockery of a triiil, and thousands more arc left to rot' in prisons under conditions tu; laid ;i pa milt 1 to which one rou.H turn to the. dark- psl annals ut Indian or Chinese history. Fifth, the Uolshcviki linvc re- stored the barbarous methods torture. Sixth, the Uolsheviki have esmn- lished the odious practice ot tak- ing hostages; still worse, they have struck at their political op- ponents through their women folk. And. these- arc the people whose Jeadcrs Amerlcctus woulil have recognized as heads of a civilized Uov- ornmcut. HAtR TONIC IN LIEU OF WHfSKEY FLIN'T, Mitrh--Two men and- two women here its u result, of an all-night drinking party OH Thurs- day, in which bay nun and some sort ot hair tonic, the identity of which has net- been established, were Indulg- ed in freely by_all -four. The victims Mrs. Ada Mppk. 31 years old; I 51 ra. Bess Xuatle. Ilarlty Trimble, 3n. and Robert Todhamp; A7. I Sinjon Batenian, barber, and William teamster, arc held on suspicion of having furnished the bay rum. Baleirta'n was atraigned this fit- 11. T _f iiooii on the1 chargo of prohibitlun vIolatiotL Tin: prosecutor's otiicc bus ordcreil an aualysis oi the contents of :lie stomachs of tho victims. Tho symp- toms of all fcur are said Io uoint lo wood alcohol poisoning. STIFF JOINTS SORE MUSCLES IMtr Kf fcrfclN In cases of rheumitism lamt back it penetrates quickly,, and limbers up stiff, aching joints and muscles. Oil is an absolutely reti-', able, antiseptic application for cuts, burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and bn-isis heal readily under its sooth- ing, penctraniig QU ill tics. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and gel your money back. Ever constipated or have stck iieadache? Just try Wizard' Liver Wliipa, pleasant little pink pills, 30 cents. Guaranteed. To those really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good- Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In I anJ 2 pound tins. also fine ground for Percolators. Never aoUl in bulk, cfiASE MONTREAL. 205 KINDNESS ITSELF Senator Watson said at a dinner1: Tin glad we didn't show any tolerance oward cunscientioun objectors during he war. There Vna something man'- ifah about those fellow a. A conscient- ious objector galrl when 'he was draft- ed: "1 coulln'l fighl. sir. Oh. no, sir; 1 couldn't Mil anything.' The rc- frruitlng officer luoke'I steadily al the pale, lank, writhing creature, 'Couldn't you Jilll ii German 1' he aakcil. 'Oh, no, snir! tlio conscientious obJec 'Oh, no, sir. Why, sir. ma or- dered nio tti <1rnwn some kittens bflf week, th'j jioor little things crlesd so nitich 1 j'.ist lo warm Iho water for A Convenience That Every Motorist Will Appreciate THE Dominion Rubber System goes a step farther than merely making Inner Tubes. You can get "DOMINION" INNER TUBES to perfectly fit every one of the six different DOMINION TIRES. DOMINION TIRES Qnick-Safe-Sore N.yy Cut' wrapped in Tin fofU Tlie same higKgraJe materials; llie same expert workmanship; the same careful inspection and tejting; the same assurance o! strength and service (hat have made DOMINION TIRES tlie most pt.porar in are also features o) "DOMINION" INNER TUBES. They are not jus! a "side but a distinctive part ol the great Dominion Rubber System and one which does honour lo Qur'manufactwing ability. DOMINION INNER TUBES Dominiort Tires last longer because I hey make a perfectly balanced, tire; they support the lire properly; they protect the casing; they make the tire ride easier, When Von buy DOMINION TIRES, be jure tlml tbe tires are filled with DOMINION INNER TUBES. Il assures you thf. maximum of Dominion Inner cos! no more than the ordinary kind. DOMINION TIB US r.fld ACCESSOPFM are through DOMINION HUB PIER SYSTEM BRANCHES by the Heat Dealers Canada. ;