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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE ElC.ltT -i-ir CANADA WILL ADHERE ,-.TO-INTERNATIONAL PL AN FOR EIGHT HOUR DAY! OTTAWA, March Thi? Kovcru- had made Us reply to tho and ol the Domuv Jptt Trades Labor Congress. The important of ihe demands was 10 organiieT ''collective training" and the "eight-hour day or 45-hour week." The right o! Industrial workers to orgaalie has already beou recognized KUMUIC PAINS Way to lUmlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and Effective treatment for heinlachc and aeuralgia. Rubbed In the jwia if, it acts is a tonic to (lie tortured and aliuosi invariably >ringi iquick relief its antiseptic qualities can be relied upon to prevent in- fection, or othej strious results, trom rprains. bruises. bums, bites nd stings. Just as good, too, for tore feel, stiff neck, frosl bites, cold tores and canker sores. Get it from druggists for ,10 cents, If not satisfied relnrn the bottle f et your money back-- Ever couE-tJpjtcil or iicVc headache? InM Whips, pica sane little jnuk pills, 3C ftufs. Guaranteed. ihe government yoinU'tl out, but U refuses to apply the principle to gov- ernment employees, bating that "it cannot be conceded that public ;sor- rlre employees shall be subjected to control of any organization or federa of industrial workers, and ho thereby involved in industrial As to collective bargaining, the gov- ernment replies that in the udminis-" t ration of the department of tabor.; the minister has move thuu once opuite.1 the wisdom mi the jxirt of huth euiployurs ;ind wheth- er Sn Individual i-nses iA" In j within u givou industry, ot meeting 'together and negotiating; with a view j to settlement ai tl! Of ere need existing between them. The. Eight Hour Day To (heir request for tho adoption of tho week, tho government ex-' plains: "The treaty, iho terms of j which the government has alrcutly up- proven, together with ihe action of thf lahor conference at (mimeuils tho niloptlon Internationally [of an eight-hour day; and govern- L ineni adhere to these terms, It [leaves some doubt us to whether the 1 matter is one for Initiation by the Dominion or tlio separate provinces, u matter which Is now being consid- ered The govorniuont refuses to rural nmll curriers under Ihe i-lvll ser- MARSHALL Adopted si.111 of tho Vice President of UK" United States who died -recently. As a sickly Labc he attracted the at- tention of -Mrs. Marshall during her work in Washington diet kitchen (or Ihir poor. AUCTION SALE I HA.VE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MR. E. VANDYKE, ADMINIS TRATOR FOR THE ESTATE OF C. A. BONN'mK, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE N.E. QUARTER OF Sec. 29, Tp. 10, 23 MILES N.E. OF MONARCH AND 3 MILES S.W. OF NOBLE. FORD. On TUES., MARCH 9th AT THE HOUR OF ONE O'CLOCK One 20-marker double iHsc drill; one S-foat Masses-Harris binder; one 1-J-icicIi yaus plow, stubble bottoms; one IC-lncEi sulky plow, stubble and breaker bottom; one (lisa harrow; one S-foot cultivator; one set 3-section harrow; one heavy iwagon, 0 on hie box, complete; one steet gear and hay rack; one .top .buggy; one set double harness; one set single harness; one fanning mill; one sowing macbtmj; one cook stove; other articles too numerous lo mention. TERMS CASH GEO. P, PORTER AUCTIONEER RES.: 327 nth ST. S. PHONE 1692' vice or to hitorforo with the management of tlni national out that tiu1 unions can iiegolinto wllh tho national rail- way board. Oiher minor matters uro dealt with relating to military forves, 1mmigni- tion and the housing problems. A chanse which !s considered somewhat stenifioant. Is that there Is a depart- ure'froai tho ujUrlnl. melhoil in giving a written reply to the requests of tho labor council. Instead ofstJie routine reply, "promising consideration" for- merly employed. DENMARK VOTES TO JOIN LEAGUE March chambers of the Danish parliament imunimoLisly adopted B proposal yes- terday to join the League of Nations. McGILL PRESIDENT WILL BE CANADIAN MONTREAL. March governors of McGUt Univer- sity decided last niftht to yart from tradition and select a Canadian instead of an Old country professor as principal. The post was left vacant by the resignation of Sir Auck- land GciMes. who, though ep- noliitert to .It, never occuplefl It, and has been appointed liritlsh'ariibasEador to Washing- Ion. AUCTION SALE I have been favored with inttructioni from MR. JULIAN JOBAGY to sell by Public Auction On WED., MARCH 10th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE LETHBRIDGE COLLIERIES, ON RIVER BOTTOM EAST SIDE OF RIVER, ONE HALF MILE NORTH WEST OT TRAFFIC BRIDGE; TWO MILES FROM LETHBRIOGE. 12 liead good work horses, ranging from 4 to 0 years old (these lioraes are :n good condition, grain (etl anil ready for spring work. They have drawing coal all one fresh cow heifer calf; one Hvo-year-old heifer, supposed to tie ill calf; Iwo one-year-olil lu-ifcrs; three store hogs, ahout one hundred and nventjr-flvc His.; tvvo store hogs, ahout 75 Ihs.; 2S young hens; I heavy ivagons; otie dcinorral; one sei 3-sectfon hnrrowa; 3 log- gitig chains; 12 sets heavy harness; one single sewing jTiaclLtne; one chiffonier; one dresser; one ivnsji Bliind; one bed, springs and inatlrtas; ono ditiing table; kitchen cupboard; 12 cine range oiic hoater; on.e flour bin: tlireo large carpi'ts; ona-huliy liigh cliair; olio cradle; washing machine; wash and tubs; 10 gallon barrel; pails, pels, etc.; double trees, single iroes. forks, shovels, etc. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD A3 MR. JOaXCY IS MOVING TO MOOSE JAW. TERMS CASH. GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER PHOtJE 1692 327 nth ST. s., LETHBFUDGE TMt CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMITED AUCTION SALE I received instructions from MR. J. W. McNICOL lo Mil by Public Auction On FRIPAY, MAR. 12th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT BONNELL'S FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE 22 HEAVY WORK MARES THESE MA.RSS ARE ALL FAT AND'ALFALFA FED AND SUP- POSEO TO'. BE IN FOAL TO THE CELEBRATED PERCKEP.ON STALLION RECENTLY OWNED BVMR. FELOER. 6 TWO-YEAR-OLD COLTS 3 ONE-YEAH-OLD COLTS 1 i Mack uiarcs, 3000 Ibs., T and 8; 1 team Inoun in JUT. yjno Ibs., S and 1 ttam blnck and brown. 2400 I'm. jigo 7; 1 learn gvey .mares, 2500 IfiB., ago 6; 1 team black marca, 2S60 afe'o 1 Lay tnareg, 2COO Ibs., age 7; I Clydo maro. 1600 Ibs.. age S; 1 Clyde mare, 1308 ago 5; I lirown mare. I2W Ibs., age G; 1 ICMim white maroc, 2600 Ibs.. ngo 10; 1 .wbito marr. 1200 Ibs.. aso 0: 1 bay tnoie, 1300 IbB.. age 1 black marr, )10ii Ibs.. :i5e S; 1 sorrel maro. 1400 ago 9; 1 brou-u msra. IW Ibs., aR6 1 biwii RoMinR, 2 years old; 1 grey gcMins, 2 years old; 1 matched Icam fillies, 2 years old; 1 black filly, 2 uld; 1 grey filly, 2 years old; 1 black liorae, 1 year old. TERMS CASH Beautiful Hair Makes Beautiful. GIRLS1 Why not have beauti- ful hair? Snappy, luxuriant and shimmering hair adds greatly lo any girls looks. PHONE 1692 OEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER last Night Elected Of. Take Pbct ol Cuudian CUh The new and re-orgaoized OvcneAS Club got away willi a good, start on Thursday ultht ai a meeting Lt-ld in the council chamber of Ihe city hall. The club was sei on a fooilnj u'itli tho clectlou of nftlL'crB, and a grent deal of enthuniasui in n-launching was JlspltyeO by ihose present. The objects of tho cluli were briefly out- lined by Mr. W. A. II. Cocq. In (he rhair, aud the meotiug llieu proceed- ed to elect: the followlni; odicerv Governor llrelt and Mr. C. A. A. M.P. J. 3. Stewart, M.UA. Alau Corresponding A. R. Cocq. F. llolyoab. P. P. Conybcare K.C. Jlrs. t--ra.nk Wadding- 1011. Mrs. Ritchie, Miss Trice. Judge Jackson. II. Eltou. Frank and PrssiJent Longworlh of tiio GAV.V.A. All the officers naniod will be ex-officlo mem- bers of-lhe'coinniiiiee. The Overseas Club, in addition to its oilier functions, will take (he plnce of a Canadian Club in the city. It is arranged thai a. monthly.dinner will bo held when ;ill members will meet for business unil social purposes. The first of those will be shortly an- nounced.' Intending members of the new Overseas Club are nskml to com- municate with the sccrcinrv, Mr. Mc- Aipin. Cli 101 b St. S.. from whom all be obtained. Centrtil iirofttear- e Committee had an explanation of the eiorbitant clothing charges. In giving; evidence Mr. Mac- Kinder saiii that Ihe Yorkshire spin- ners' wool profits ranged from to per cent, over Iho War Office irofit allowed on yarn. Sydney Web said that when the report of the com- Such is Claim of Sir Andrew JlacPhail Speaking on New Movement TORONTO, iMarch Andrew MacPhail, of the University of Toron- to, addressing the Empire CluW here yesterday on "The said: "The farmer who is engaged In poli- tics Is no longer a farmer, but a poli- tician, ami as such will lose some of thq qualities of tile farmer which were best demonstrated on his farm." Professor MacPhail spoke of the fundamental enmity which existed, and always would exist, he said, between the city ani! the country. "The city and fanner have alwayn been at enmlly, and always will he added. An optimism far beyond onythlng warrantsiUby the conditions had been indulged In by Canadians as to Ibis country's natural resources, Sir An- drew said. As to-the forest resources, for every tree cut doun. 21 were de- stroyed by fire. The glory of Canada's pine forests had disapnc-irod. said Sir Andrew, am! never won.d lie replaced. CONTINUED FROM W.ONT f'AOEl READY FOR THE "FUTGERM You need not fear Kim if you keep the blood clean and the bodily functions active and efficient by eating a food that tffas Tiitfh resistance: Shredded Wheat Biscuit {fives resistance against because it is so rich in blood- making, tissue-building material and is so easily most real food for the least money.Two Biscuits with hot milk (or hot water) make a nourishing meal for a few cents. M r MAK IN YORKSHIRE WOOL SPINNERS MAKE COLOSSAL PROFITS tteq on wprsjed .y l the got tb know the actual (ads from the (inns' books of Ihe pro- fits made by tlid worsted spinners and other sections, tlio would become execration. hap- pening in yarns was happcu- Ing in cotton nuii white moiais. Tbcro. arc.two, factories in producing nutoinobile tires at a rate a hundred a day. .TORONTO .FIRE TORONTO, March two uu per floors of the. McKInnon otlice building, on Mcltnda. street, were de- stroyed by fire last night and root fell in shortly before midnight. Erery office in the building was consider- ably damaged by fire and water. Tlie lotal loss could not be estimated, but it probably will be from to 327 ST. S.. LETHRRIDCE i will positively remove all traces of (jiimlrufr, .stimulate the hair follicles of the scalp and pre- vent falling hair. Thousands o( people report a growth of new hair after its use. Use Herpicide for a while in and see how quickly your friends will note the per- fect luster, UK- natural sheen and tho genuine charm obtain- ed from its usu. Do you want lustrous bcmitiful liair? If you do, begin the usp of Nc-jjbro's Hcrpicide today. .-jtiiF 10 ccnt-1 in ttnmi-a or for on "The Giro of it..- Thfl Morr.kMe KO-A Oclrt.il, U.S.A. .Tofrt Driift nnd Depnrlrncnl Application! at Setter ftarher Special Aoanls, J. D, CO., LTD, If we had as mnnv nogroes In this country as tho hare Irish in theirs, ami if colored people possessed the fram-hise here, we should be no more silent about that problem than the Americans are about Ireland. I that it in un- desirable for any alien legislative hotly or official representatives of an alien govorn.'icnt to Indulge in official iter- ances or actions of such nature, but what these people or bodies rljjhtly or wrongly may say or do, is of inntilt- ettltunlly importance compared with what the people In tho mass think. "In America 1 found more hitter! null-English feeling than In all my; forty years of observation. As usual, although due to many other caufos. it was (angled np wllh the Irish trouble ami was generally expressed Tu what 1 may call Irish terms. Americans do nol bolher themselves with details. They want Trelantf to have a large measure of as Is con- sistent with the safety of tho British Kmplro, for which they In calmer moments, recognize they are almnsl as much concerned as are the British, They wish (o give Ihe minority, par- ticularly lllnter, ample security from any possible, even If improbable, nrnssion by the niajorlly of the Irish ponplp who differ from Ulster In econ- omic witlook." Sentiment For Ireland "In my Judgment, America does not want Ireland to be an Independent re- but milII the Urltlsh Kovern- I meitt reuses to break Its promises to Ireland. Ibn sentiment of America will I IIP the Irish people are Juallned in rifkliiK mij'ttiing they like." Hlr Horace criticized tho home rulo bill liuciiuice It gave Ulster, a minority of not more- than of the Irish periplp. [i "virtual mandatory over Ire- mandatory without resnonsl- bllily." "If Hie parliament took the (rouble to lie ho concluded. probably chrlslen llself a He and be Immediately curried out bj Us nursir. Ireland would then ].resent. ;IK a moimmcnl to llrif slafrfrnaiHhlp. the spcclaclc ol mariial law over Ihe greater parl ol roinitry Ilia' denifinrls rule, trm IHTIU- iiile En (he northeast corner v :.i< h iifked for It." SATURDAY ONLY INTRODUCTORY SALE of Early Spring Arrivals in Fit-Reform and Society Brand Suits and Overcoats To introduce these "bettev garments" to will allow a discount o( 10 PER CENT, on all Suit or Overcoat purchases SATURDAY ONLY. IT IS GOOD BUSINESS TO WEAR THE KIND of CLOTHING WE OFFER This fact being recognized more and mo re every day by the men of Lethbridge and vicinity as our sales (or these better garments haVe steadily increased, but we want to still add to our long list-of customers (who have proven the good qual- ities of these "Better by making this special-SATURDAY introductory offer. v. To those of you who are prospective customers and who have not visited our store, we call attention lo the fact, and assure you that-our business policy re- quires that every customer most be that every garment in ear stock has been marked at regular selling prices that makes for ns a legitimate profit will effect a saving to you in many cases over competitive prices. Price concessions we receive and quantity buying enables us to offer you the highest gra.de merchandise' for men procurable at a saving to you in cost, Investigate our "good clothes" proposition for 1920. It will pay you. Regular Suit 10 P.C. SATURDAY. Regular Overcoat to LESS 10 PER CENT SATURDAY. SPECIAL LOT OF MEN'S DRESS SHOES Including Geo. A. Slalej- and other makes. To clear at NEW SPRING HATS ARE HERE In Stetson, Bofsalino, Maliory, Waldorf and other THE Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta Kirkham Block ;