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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TI1E LETHBKinOE O.MI.Y HERALD MONDAY, FKniUJARY 2-1, 19J9 NEK SWIM "X5- ONIFUTIIOF IN CALGARY. Kob. Irlct X-J. I? miners resumed their sts- up what is proving to be ihe debate of liie session, 'iadti'tnal unionism acd ihe endorsement ot the general strike- if necessary- are trie under disctissSon. Before the house Is a secuon a? the report of ihe delegates to the rcxent convention of the Federation of Labor at Medicine Hat endorsing the federation of industrial unionism the coal mine act. amend- the act anJ were all adopted, and Most Utimate Friends Know Nothing of Washing- ten Powibility Secretary Browne thfn reaj a wire from C. D Bobenson. minister of regarding iht wire seut by cpnvecticn asking for the uisur- o! I'emiefaitur and Lob'o, saying OTTAWA, IVb. The war is practically over, but Parliament today is hardly" less dominated by Ihe war situation and conditions arising (bero- froru than it has teen since the fate.'ul days of August. 1SH. While tho Hun was at trie gate, to lielp beat him he was drawing the matter to me al- if ibe Minuter of Justice, ani back was >he only subject lo which much consideration. div m England, ar.rl that labor inere ihs mtTniership viH be the Hu- Three of these trade arrangements have novr been made with Rumania. France and lielgium. and tho elite t remaining difficulty in settling these trade currents flowing is Ihe forioiis lack of shipping. Kxpeeteil Canadian purchases by France and Belgium will be as diversified as in the of Ilu- mania. Trade during tho next fevr years with all European conn tries which have been at war will be more influ- enced by Tjvhat credits are available ill an by ;my other con side ration, Amer- ican business is keenly aln-e to this DR. J, G. RUTHERFORD Formerly with C. P. R. Members Claim That Companies Will Operate in Competi- tion With Govi. (Suecial lo The Herald) EDMONTON'. Feb. Whether it Ti h -Hie invacnv icau erlv and in a hurry, uy con-, gir Robert go he would be sue- facl. Frank A. Vanderlip. of the is advisable lo permit mutual hail dnot on the baulefitld tliey have earn- gir Tlloma5 while panies ivill offer. It was pointed out I'OLU iviiereas, uuiler Ihe Koveromcnt scheme, fanners t-a'u insure only up to SS ail acre, under lhc provisions ol tho Mutual Society they can Ufce OIL ad- ditional insurance up Io.tf20 an acre so tlKTo was nothing to prevent farm- ers to Insure iu both. A motion by Mr.-Weir to slriko our- tlie enacting clause of the bill losi. Mr. Weir tlio only member of the committee voting for it. After considerable discussion of other technical points in the bill, it uas referred back lo Hie law rlerk fn-- t r-'ii renor' of its effect, and the committee adjourned to meet at tho vu.i 01 me chairman. eJ the claim to first consideration and h ot ill get it. They arc certain1 also to Elrons lhc have much to flo with the shapiEg o! genera! policy. Thty are Hie sreit out- standing {act iu Canada today. First Speakers L City of New York, la here in sur.ince societies to be operated in Al- linaucial policy has nude him! interests of a huge American ber'.a in competition >vlth tile govern- up to any task that comes before him. Certain circumstances that have _ contributed to make Sir Robert strong' banking scheme, by which banking fa- cllities and credits for the encourage- ,0wn personal eiperiente, of nomoie ion. respectively, move anS second tas in a special police force in all the trtalol5nt gKen ;o seamen when their address in reply to tie speedl from Jii'EB centres. They were shJD5 hld biea SUDi MVc no: lhe throne. Both oi-them are young To besin wilh. two returned oific- H help Thoraas, nent Redman and Captain EuS5laniui cicment o! ihe country ,rmji th, In Is such this floor aad charge you to -weigh beavilr what 1 am are up aEiinst a peaceful or bloody revo- lution, and only edocKion can pre- vent a bloody resolution." Delegate Scsoar attacked the In- ternational 'Mine Workers oi America >s a body "tyhich allows one district of the organization to scab ia the other districts irhen a strike is on, in- stead of acting industrially and alto- gether. AsiriKe is aot'good unless ws can deliver an effective Haif a dozen members TferD on thfiir feet to continue debate when the gavel feel for on Satur- day alteraoon. Today's Section JX.egale Eastham said he ivas of (he moderate type ticUI the British election, when he saw the fuUlit? of the l-zllot. He was in favor of onfc big orgEnfration, which could sccoinuiish their results without bloodshed In there .would be no need for eminent has broken with precedent by which a Krench-Canadian always ap- peara os. either morer or seconder. There was no desire on the part of the Government to do tills; the French- tl. them. With those memters oier there, they -would accomplish more sood loan or twenty years of Some said to hell ivith legislation, out they utd not know what Uny were UIMns about. speecn, he tsras ai once assailed wltn eminent and he seconded the qnestlons, Susnar being the first on [last year. So There iras ao altema- 'tive but to two Cent's municipal hail insurance plan JM'as the occasion of considerable dis- me'nt ol United States trade are "lo lesion in the private bills commU- be given through aecncles to he open-fteo of the legislature this morning. in every large city on tho conli- The bill ivhich brought about the dic- cusston was that incnrporating Ibe irmAl "FiHV'fltty Mutual Hail Insurance iniroduc.f'1 by H. B. Atkins, member Croin cue ol the members of the proposed society, James Weir non-partisan, Nanton, At tlio meeting of tho Great War Veterans' Association yesterday tho objectel strenuously lo tho hill on the resignaHon Lieut. secretary ground tbat the mutua! sociely would was received and accented, and on an corae into direct competition with the election being held, J. A. Turcolle, government's scheme, The govern- who went over with the 61st Battery, ment municipal hail insurance plan was named for the place. Mr. lave will he voted on in the districts south vacatfa the office on Friday neit, and Tho following resolution was PEBS- cd at a meeting of tho Lcthbridge of the Saskatcheivan river on Fchm- will become associated with the Letti- Typographical Union on Saturday ary 27 next, and Mr. Weir contended bridgo branch 01 the provincial labor ning 'that the legislature, by approving.the bureau. ''He-solved, in meeting assembled.' incorporation of a mutual society in that this miihridge Typographical competition with that plan, was put- Union, Xo. 551. favor a stronger beer ting the government In a curious posl- of per cent, alcohol by weight, ,ir same to bs under proper supervision made, out a good ease. A Parliament of 7ernraeilt Tenaors." copy ot this that assumed 'any-other attitude would lo be Eent to our teral M. p. rot last Ions in this country Just now. present tht returned men arc pay- the Government to do tills; the French- ,7 his feet Susnar asked several ques- tions regarding Trotzky, who paid to Russia, and if it was IjTie that he was given the cold shoulder in Vancouver, or did he avoid ths labor people there? Regard- ins the journey to Russia. Mr. Wright said his expenses bad been ill paid bj his union and not by any govern- ment. AB to Vancouver, he had gone straight to the socialist party tha tebor party and though he shown hU card they would not take any notice of him. Ha dld-not believe the Trades c! Canada. Labor. Congress tlon. Mary Walker, agc-d ST years, died al her homr on Hunker Hill, near o. X. Y. She was a surgeorrin Mr. Atkins, Parker R. Heed of Bids-1 tho civil war and was awarded a con- bury, the spokesman for the bill, and: gresalonal medal of honor. She gain- lion. A. G. MacKay, however, tcok the ed considerable fame by being the on- view that the society offers no more ly woman avowed to appear in malfi competition than the. private com- attire by an of congress. It is to he noted that the two select- ed are Western members. Captain Manion comes from Fort William and Major Redman from Calgary. That j two members from the West should be thus used in a sense, more surpris- ing than that two English-speaking ones should be hit upon. It may be accepted as another Indication of the direction in -which the wind is blow- ing. King's Speech 7ne King's speech is not now (lie in "Trotsky. He had been Urned oat important document it used to be. It Can You Lead Men and Women CARTER'S In answer to a qaetKon welt forecasted what the legls- character ot Uehknecht. he clairawl Uativfl program would lie. Ono thine that he was the only German thai he is certain, namely, .that during this 'could trust. others wera iwiitera.! session Parliament -will authoriie the policy in could spending ot a lot of money. For a RHEUMATIC PAINS not be "adopted in Britain or ttie col- onies conditions were differ- ent. Llclikneclit. himself, -would not try to adopt such a policy over tcte. Not Capitalism Answering a question as to it was not capitalism that brought about thfe war, lie declared that 1 Britain, the great capitalist country, was not in any prepared for war. peace period it will- a new and hfgh record. Ontario proposes to spend this year on jiirtj- tic works. The various governments apparently arc convinced (hat they must take a chance on the future, Borden'e Future At "present every other subject Is subordinated to. that of Sir Robsrt Borden's (utnrc, which has arisen, of ]WW d lh Chew communicated with Sir Charles Tupper to retain him as coun- sel aud lo secure bail. The arrest ot Chevr is regarded In official quarters' as of great import- ance. The case is likely to be a long drawn out affair wtih some ramifica- tions in unexpected quarters. On the advice ot Haidane, Asquith course, out.of the report published In and Lloyd George, Britain had London Daily Express to the ef- slcadily reducing the naval wtiaiatea, 1 feet that he has been offered the posl- and Sir Edward Grey had done ME [ifon o[ British Ambassador at AVash- nest lo settle all at the inctoo. ?Co one hrre anythinz reparation is orcparati Rneumalur 'A tale and harmless to rejicVe the pains of I Sciatica, Lame Back and Lumbago is Hamb'n's Wizard Oil It penetrates drives out soreness, and up sliff aching joint) and muscles. You win find almost daily uses lor it in cases of sudden mishaps or cident5 such as sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bitu and slings. Just as re- liable, too, for earache, toothache, croup colic. Gel it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bolde and 0et your money hack. roand froi the Kaiser had de- clared ior war. about it, not even Sir Robert's closest friends. They are greatly, pleased Asked why he persisted in shOT- ttiat narac nas mentioned (or Ing up the riarlv side of Russia andjso high responatbl-; a poEt; but Germany, ha replied that there was a rnmber of them arc hoping that he no other side to show. A3 10 the tortn- may n0t accc t< Tncro seems to bo or, he beneved she woalj yet emerge itl lho 1hat he has teen offer The most rtllrtto roper., from bMb an, [London agree otitRiaa of (he di- 'reel representatives ol the Great Powers, few have made a tetter im- pression at (he Peace Conference than has sir Robert. He represents a body Evtr co fcorfacbe? Whips, ple .ttd or have ist try Wizard i little pink pin sick t i, 30 I AUCTION SALES implements Md fBmituro at D. Mulllcan'z turn, White KARCM and im- pteiMfits August Brady's fknn, Nohteford. MAKSH meats latd fnrnfttrre a( sey's farm, Bdrons and NobMord. ID. POTHAM, Auettonetr AhK. from the ordeal through which she any from end end, acd there was ai brightness Ihe-re for the worWng cimes, and he told of conditions under which he de- livered speeches there. It He Doing Harm? A number o[ others were rea'lr with !of nrldway Iietween questions, but Chairman Irrfne jtowl 'hat ot the knifed Blatea and Great by the rules of the convention to ad-1 Britain, the best cf new Jonrn al notm, anii the garel (ell oa world Ideas without certain character- Itlrne. As the spirit of tho convention 1 istfc f-xtremes; while, al ihe same idld not havo time to reveal Itself wUely In advance of cer- ;garding its attitude, there may be Influential bodies of opinion tn motion passed Ihls In re-jGrc-st Itrita'.n. Of one Ihlng lho lead, eard to Peter Wright's speech. A (eiv were heard to say thaf- they thought CALGARY, Feb. speaking to a resolution which naked the pay- -raenl of two thousand dollars to every man that served tn France, which wia carrier] unanimously by a crowded meeting ol veterans on Sunday after- noon at the Allen theatre, Major It. B. Eaton, that from a business point of view the govern- ment owes a balance oC money whlcY.- Is lho sum between what the soldier received for din services ami whal should havo been to him. ho was doing hirui to. labor. RUMANIAN CLAIMS PARIS, Feb. 24, before tte canter. ence are being by a comfniMlon headed by An. rfre Tardieu. The ooinmlMlon held a meeting htird Premitr tnt other Kuminfanl with to clilrrn. (ns puMIc men of Great Britain eeera to be conrinctil and ttat In that the CUU8 PARTY IN AIR Chimpagne Luncheon and French Airplane Atler flying from Paris to Croydon recently, an with fourteen French officers aboard made British Empire and the United States Itho return Journey today, reaching Ihis afternoon. The ma- chine covered Ihe non-stop journey ol 200 miles from Paris to Croydon In 155 minutes. fourteen officers, despite the cold TreathQr, their ordinary uni- forms, without being prolecU'd by fly- ing When the Cturinel was reached In Ihe flight 2 champagne lun- cheon vas served Bboftrd, and tho of- ficers awl alto- gether had an enjoyable must work closely together. If they do so Ihey will be strong enough to dom- inate the- International situation and that for the good of the world; but if (Jo not, It seems probable that the future will see much turmoil. It Is improbable that Sir Hotert Borden would think of leaving premiership without consulting long with his colleagues ID the cabinet. Some of them made considerable riflces, look long chances on tbe lu- WAR-SAVINGS Societies need leaders- organizers men and women with initia- tive. Who will start a War-Savings Society? Who will lead the way? Societies Help Thousands To Save War-Savings Societies have been, and are, a tremendous success in Great Britain. Thousands who were never able to save their money have accumulated Government certificates worth hundreds of dollars. In the United States, millions of people are members of War-Savings Societies, which are organized in factories, offices, stores, farming communities, sections of and villages, schools, and dubs. Everywhere throughout Canada, War-Savings Societies are in process of formation. Everyone who can save an occasional quarter should belong to a societyjfirst, for his or her own direct benefit; second, because Canada can use the money to excellent advantage, as in the case of the War Loans, For details of the organizing ol War-Savings cuUrs regardin g W SUmpi ot Tlrtt Stamps, tdattn NATIONAL WAR5AV1NGS COMMITTEE 8lh Avenue West, Calgary, Alia. 803 McCalJum Hill BtiiWing, Snk. 50! Electric Ritilway Winnipeg, Man. Room 410 Grain Exchange, Fort Wilwm, OnL put O.K. M.S. at top o! envelope. No repaired. War-StHlnfi Stamni ate told at rnonM trtMoney-OrJcrPoitOfficts, Bank'and tf'tti Jisflttying Thrift Stamp! arc saUal 25 '.tub each tehtrntr War-Smmfi Siamfi toU end ot monyuetti. ;