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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE U-rTHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1919 -'Njovilialc Charges Urine Consid- ered First Session Ends M in 1'ostponcmcnl OTTAWA, Auj. Alter a brief tMias, occupied largclv in llie ilis- ciifsion" nl jirellniinarlcs. the royal HJratnUslun constituted to invosllsale Ibe rbarscs ol Kennedy 11. and Sir Ilngltcs rvUllns Ili'o Guolpli novitiate, nJJournttl to meet Bgiiiii iu Ottawa ou Sept. S. T. Ji Fcrsusoo, Hi? Toronto lawyer rep- resenting liev. Riluicr, was uusble 10 jjrocccd al onto tho inquiry be- i-auso the witnesses lie proposed lo fall wc.-e nrcsoni. He eiplaiudl Iliat lie had liacu givrii no authority to sub- iKJcna ivilECEECa. uliiirjcs which liave la Ao will) llie evasion or the Miliurr Service act liy sluiciils in Ihc uovit- aii-1 ivbuli Involve llie depart- ments uJ justice, militia and defence, vbrc rejJ. but were nol mado.lbc- sub- ject ot nay lUsvus'sioa. JuJgu W. K. ii, uf Toronto, accepted the ii uf Mr. r'crgusou tlial fut'jra iinss iiiislit lie bcld in U'nlon, ic- cliib, bat it finally decided to Bioet i ia Oitawa. tlicwi were but (cw IICMOLIS In Ibe EUpremo eaanteam ivlien' the innuirj- oileneu. Judso MWdl'lon anil Juilgo Chisliolm. llie .i'TO commissioners, en- TOROKTO LABOR TO NAME CANDIDATES 25. Caudl- dales will be put lin ill Toronto In Ibo ccrulnj rrovlitflal elcc- tlons ibe Independent labor parly, so Jl was decided nt.u incellog yesterday. H was also -I- decided io cooperate iho v labor parly iu tho elections. -i Sam explained lie was appearing L-. Newcomb, deputy staled lhal Uc ai> Eovenimeirt deparl- .jiU involved." and Col, O. M. Bisgar. vice-chalripau ol Canada air board, but lornicrly, of Ihe military eervicc board, was also present II'.was agreed before, adjournment that Mr.. Vcieuiov. Sir Sam Hughes uud'Uic Her.-Mr.. Palmer will be eiv- pnjwrtunllr to look oier the uc- partiuenl ales relating to luc mailer. Plvinges Into Work in Connec- tion With Tangle in U. S. Hailways XEIV YORK. Aus Samuel Drotiilcnt pt the American Federation of arrived Lere to- day ou the transit Georgo Wash- ington from Brtst, after aUeuuing Ibo iaternatiouaL trades congress in Am- sterdam. A dclegulton of labor lead- ers, iududtcs the rfalional Ior organlilng- Iron und steel workers, greeted Jiioi from tho docks of a small boat down Use bay. immediately nflcr his arrival at the Continental-hotel, which is beadguarLers in. Xcw York. Mv. Gompers went into conference vriih Glenn K. I'luuib, counsel for Ihe Brotherhood ol Locomotire and author of Ihe railroad Brother- hood's plan for nationalization of lUe nation's transportation systems. .7ho. coniriiiUeo o[ -lOO.rcpriiqcnlinj; Ihe rajhray sbppnieirijiforrocd Direc- tor-General IlTncs today that ificy could not accept a basis of settlemc-ntj of.their dciuauds tlic rMc submitted io'.'iheiri yesterday by President Wil- son. Hesults'pf ILe negotiations hers verb -.communicated to ,the tuiloas wilb' 'instructions that .a strike vol'c beltafcen inimcdlately. PendiDs'the issuaacs cf an otficlal 1 vote.'il 1TH5 urgently rcqucplcd by lljc ntcrbational officials that aH. men should remain diTLIie job. ALIFEllMEOr by "Fralt-tttos" TtteWoflderfulfryit Medicine r MMAiBRsciwrSr., llrLL, QCE. "la my opto'OD, no olhcr medicine 50 popd for indication and-CoitsKpaJLOti. For YOT.S I suETfred wilh drcided Irrinj kinds of Ireatmccti uuul 1 TTHS lold I was incurable. One diy.i friead me> io (TV 'KruU-a-lmV. To my surprise, L found this mrdidnB imasfdiate relief, ID a short time I IHS all rieht DOXAT LA-LONDE tOc.a for triilslw (At all dealers or fraia.Fruit-i-tiiw niii'd Slates Being Esporlcr of Manufuctures and Raw iermU Can't Help BIQ LIBERTY BOND THEFT UOSTO.V. Auj. thed o! In Liberty- bonds UNI] iu caih from a vauli Ju the of thb payuiasler of the 3o3tou liu.i -Albjuy at the south station, was discovered Icihiy. rolioe HUlhorltiea said uu due today Io the robbery. LONDON, Aus, 26 AuoklaoJ j-PEG MOTORISTS MUST mhilMcr or Jialloiial servka SPEND MOST OF THEIR TIME IN POLICF- COURT recouslrucMou, speahius a1 PARIS.- The 'Freucli par- liament today licgins the firal stages of its couEideralion 'oi llie treaty TriUi. Germany.- of. ,00111 the coajnbcr acd Ihe senate have beeu for some time the various clauses cf tlie document, aud objcc turns to iomo clauses .ol the. treaty bjTve beca voiced in the discnssioa, .The in-ill v.ork cousi'Icrint; the treaty by the cliambcr of deputies yspccted Lo this afternoon when Premier Clenienceaii atlcud of ibat body, and, present the Io il.for raliiicalion. IGNORE INTERNATtONAL OFFICERS lluilding Trades Sign Up With That Work- Will Proceed ingsioke yesterday ou government i economy, announced ttai a special (I- (nanclnl comuiUtee. o( Premier ilJoyd George Is chairman, has' oeeu ior tbat jiurpOGO mid thit the premier was ilirowlng himself.wIM energy Inlo iho Vfork ol cuuiiig down cxvciiditiiro. Sir Auckland that it useless to rely oil Uio I'nitci! States io pull tUc Urlllsh through tbeir dlfficullies. Tho rutted Staler had lier own trado dKticulues. She faftd Sncrfeased tho imiustriaMam of her population nnd was not only a cxporlor of manufacture.1, bui tii9 CTOnlest exporter ot raw materials, Sho In the unhappy position ol possesflnE so much that, thero was jjlute sho n-antcd, arid as a result c-r- chanEc.between New York and Lon- don moiai in Ucr favor and Ihcrelorc si uer pov.'er of export More- over, because Britain required fultcd States raw material, ho said, it was lu- iugly difficult for inc L'ulteil States to geljior manufactures aero3a ilie Atlantic. only result of iho United States flooding fiun with t'oods would uo a of in her favor, making the price of United Stales eoods Jn this AVIXX1PEG, Aug. ia :iow a drartli of in Ihe building trades- aud Ihe narticuJar scarcity o[ T. E- Gotls- iiiarif, secrcLiry ot tho Building os- changp, stated last night" lu'discusslng contlitions and prospecTs." mentioned that all'the different unions comprised ID the business have the tho co'nsumaled agrecnjcuis covuriog period up io 1. 1921, czcepUou ol lio bricklayers, and lliis union is now negotiating tritb tho eruploren. Tho idea, said Hr, Gotla- inark, was to slabi'lizc' the industry for nest year. "That.wjjl give, confid- he "rb'inrestors acd people goinj (o build pjid It is Loiied it will he beneficial to employer and'cm- ployed. It will give H.ssurjnce that work will go abea'd and that-'tlicrc ivlll not be uny dispute -ibout wages during (he reconslniction period anil that we get "back to normal tiinedfcas eas- ily as we caa." WIXN'IPKG, Aug. Nine huurtrcj d forty-five motorisla sutumoii cd in luo Wlnnlocg pollco court on breaches of ihu Motor Act and affic lnws during tho 21 days ending today. N'mo liunjrod and thir- ty iv ere convicted and fined, fiiry iirohlbllivc. Koropo musl, therefore, work out licr salvullou, ho dccJarcd, w RED SEAL BWT-A-PATS WAGSTAFFE'S Heal Seville Orange Mafraalade Alt Orange e A'o f uilh care in Sti .Aug. VisHore io tLo conference pi commissioners on UDiTonbiiy of JaA's tliroue'nouL Canada, which opened, here lotjav, include a number ot inostilistloguJphcd legal men from every part of the Dominion. The. proceedings opcji tomorrow wilii Hie prcsldriuinl address delirered by Kir ijjs preacnLaitou oC lUe'Veport .of Ihe committee ap- al Ihe last annual uieellns in MonlrcaJ.'to prepare a set. of general rple't for UfB in draft- unilonn status. ThU report of i'nilttec on the legislative LQS ANGELES, Au3. 2fi-.Vll strik- B. A! Discussion of this report ?i. i ot the iclerualiriiarofnucrj that.___ sire to relurn to work and ivill 3 plp tlietr Elnkc. nctrarding ''to a j" Ttls reached early toiay attcr au nil .nigh; meeting. MOxNTREAL FIREMEN; ARE INJURED lire-. "MOXTRL'AL, AUF- Foar men were Injured, onu is in a critical condition, in a fire which oc- curred" carlynhis raomins in tlio lum-' bcr yards, of J. B: ladder vras, placed oil OUD or-the, piles and as four men mouuted tioir Lose, the ladder fell on lop of tho Jumber and (hs firemen ivcro' thrown directloiis. Tlie soiokc was EO (oicfc Ibat for a moment it was, impossible Io tell what iiati happened (o the victims. The chiefs' anil their men rushed inio the place and Tcscuej ihe vicliins. 000. The damages were ILLICIT STILLS WORK OVERTIME will.d'scusa ivllls and Lulk sales, etc. Sir Jamej AHking, chairman ol the Bar Association, aclins at the con- fcrcncs as a- special' rcprcsonlativo the bar of Ontario; lEiauc'PJlblado, J IC.C.; H. J. Symington, and J. are, representing Manitoba; D. J. Falconhurg, Wilson, R.C., and' -Francis lung representing Ontario; Hon. Tiirgeon, H. P. A. K.C., and snbject Jl deals with occupied' arternoou the commissioners I -SASKATOON. Aug. oven il licit whiskey stilts working'overtime in Ihc'Canura, SaEk., diatridt, cast of here, were raided by Jnspectqr J. >f.- of the inland rcTcnuc depart-' iricnt, Jl. iY W, P. and yrovinoial. officers oil -Sunday. Eight men Trcre- arrested and (otlay paid fines totalling Tlio stills wcie ordered con- Jiscalrt. Tiiis is the largest Eingle; round up since Saskatchewan drr. Fall Millinery We take pleasure in announcing tins, our first view of early Fall and Winter Millinery, shewing all llie latest designs in French and American patterns, in- cluding the Gage Hat. i'' Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Aue. 28th, 29th 30th We cordially invite all ladies to attend, MISS J; TILNEY 704 Royal Bank Bldg. Phone 1651 Third Avenue Saulh P. E. -MacKtnzie. represent Xatchewan; A- II. Clarke, K-C.: Frank Ford, K.C.. and Dr. W. S. Scott, Alberta; H. .V. .Pineo. J. A. Conrteoay and J. X. .N'ellib British Colombia; Hon. J. M. Baxter, K.C.; M. 0. Teed, K.C.; AV. B. Wallace, K.C.; and N. E. Bentley, represent lha arlliinc provinces. Formal meetings of tno. Canadian Dar Association open Wednesday. I1- Kt, .George. Tucker, of .Virginia, who was to have rcpresnr.lcil llit American i Dar AEsociation, at Ufc last moment ia lirtveblcfl frpjn altcmllng the co'nter- cnc6.. lion. Wl B. chief Jus- tice ot Wisconsin, ivil] be the principal American lawyer at the conference.- Right lion. Viscount c.T-chan- ccUof or will arrive In Wit-" nlpcg lonfEQt nnd address the conference informally on Thursday And Following Days The New Ideas in Gainsboro and Other Pattern Hats Shown We Invite all Ladies to See the Display Mckeay 3rd Avenue South ECZEMA IN Trifled Week f-; "Oof ifaogbiCT'i boe ctme mi In Her ehnks goi o. land D tafS tit Ontarm Otoonnrt wkh oka of Catfcrai, H. 8wn, Bteohdm_______ in fcJeml tot tofla HASKATOON', Aug.. G, M. Weir, principal .of the. Saskatoon HOT- nlal school, from a lour of school settle incnt with M, T. dJr eclor ol education. 'Conditions arc moat Enlr. "''I'waa EurpriacrJ' at the made In many o( the back ward I bcliefe the Sas- of education Is how fnlfcTvin? the moaL progicsslvo and successful coureu, Krcctlng rlcncca (or the teachers It a. tac tor in Iho solution ot the problem n II makes Hvfng conKtlons more at tractive, K will, of course, Infcc n set: era I Ion Io completely solve Ihe prol as ercrylniiiB on nagtml at Ion, but I am aurc that we aro going fn Iho right A PaHa despatch says an American capHoJlBl'offered'tba French govern Men- royalty for MILLINERY: OPENING Thursday, August 28th And Following. Days The Correct Thing, New, Exclusive, is easy to our large display of early Fall and Winter Hats which we will be pleased to show you at MISS CAMERON'S Phone 1855 Lethbridgc 604-3rd Ave., S. And.Following Days You are cordially invited to attend; bur opening display of Fall Merchandise and Pattern Hats.. The service, the lines and; llie prices will appeal to you instantly. MISS JOHNSTON Street, South ;