Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEN THE i.KTHBwnaK DAILY MONDAY, XOViaiIlF.il 3, IMS WEEK IS HOI' Eslimales Drought Down And j Jluch Legislation Still To j Consider OTTAWA. Xov! 3J-A lierislou liy tha gorerauiQui io britig do-AU some tstlaiales lhi> Bessloo. probably makes I prorggat'.OQ ot weok impossible.- The house has never beon moved inlo coiumiuec ol supuSy this session and that wnen it iho may Mte advin- tage of the opyonuniiy nffovoeil to introduce :i illSL-Mn'-cn CM Ihe political tliuailon aud ihe goiem- 'meal's policies Bpon :iiuead-J meat to ihe supply uioilon. 5 io It probably this week will Include an amount re-' quired for ihe negotiations io ho :n- j aiUuled ;o fii the value of the Gran I i Trunk slocks lo be acquired by ihcj government, addHioaal tuns requir- j ed to cover Lbe cost of the session ow- j ing to ils prolongation and a number; of licras. j The Eciiate met ibis bui.i as the Grand Trunk Dili noi ready for conslderallon, the upper house. alter dclns liltle routine" work ad-j journed naiil tomorrow, in the laticn ih'di measure will The1; house luiiighl. I The debate in the? Etnale is eipec-i-1 ed to last three duvs and hy liaL time the in aint-nd ihK leri' re-pstablirlsmeni ac; bo resdj" for the upper chamber. None of the hye-election v.-riis ucoii receired "ill the capital and it v.ill iur. 1 ba possible i'cr members elected on i last Monday to tsV.e their pcaly be-' KrneEt Luyoi-Jte, Quebec K.isi, wltu may be the first 10 do so, :.i not ei- to (clio his acat before tonicr- 'rqw, while J. Unli'jJ Fa'rnicrs "or Omaro member for Glcn- may make his (irtl bow io the speakc-r un dries day. .V.'lth tiiis nltenioop's sluing, LEADS SE.IKCUEUS TO JIASTFll'S HEMAINS WKSTMIXSTKR. D, C. yov by a faUlitu'. which hud Xt-p: lone sum e Tljil. a v'Jriy morn- ing upon TCH? remaiua c' J. CoJiea, a nieti ef ih'.s city, who hulling a week ago atil hud seen cilice. Ooatts Bi'i'tireptly had lo.-t Ms way and becoming.exhausted peris-Led in Ibo first of tbi- yoar. His afier nearly a wrek. left tho bony of Ins master sTeni fonh to set rib ing 10 eat- being TeJ al ;i house v.-iihiii three hundred yards ot wb-rw Ccates lost his lite, the Jog wee i into ttj bush again, bo- (ullowed liy directed io vhtre ihc tody m. I III fPT flM ll UVj-'U M W J LLLU I IU11 111 E Ttie Fruit Medicine K. K. No. 1. I.GKM-, Oxi. ''For over Ihrco years, I yoj coaiiued TO bed iniii Rr.fzhtatiii.'t. I troncvl TitLh doctors, and tricu nelrly everything lulhotit hone til. I tried Stfot'C I f--i atfJ j iV.r irnprortutfttt; the pam was e-rsier nud LhcsTclLinj surlixl to gu down T raniiaued this fniil me- dicine, improriug all ihe linie, aiul ncn" I cjn about two miles ami uo light chores about tlie ALEXAXDKR ..Ml'NUO. iOc. a box, fi for trial At alt dealers or sent postpaid by Vruit.-s-l.YC3 I.iinileJ, OUawi. IMIIUON I I'lUU'lUSE, GERMAN L DIAMOND MINKS I'Leuouik'ratlng Co Group May Ue Cause of Keen l-'ighl" Nu UxcbAuge Telegraph OMiijjauy JohanuLiure ihe by :iu Anglo-American commis- sion for o( ull liprniany'.i slau- interest in ilio diamond fulils in vvlui -was Syuthwf ?T Africa, i Sumo froicsis arc resai-J. i v-ha; is called ihe "secrecy of ttu1 iiail ullesaiions. art? ifoe iunvhusD was ctfecteu ilxroutfh in 1 influence in [lohilcal' circles. CALGARY, Nov. wea- ther wUh madcratlno tempera- ture, alcng with the unusual issue involved, a big of Voters In this Cochrar.c elecllon todsy. This is the first political fjghl of Ihe United Fsr- mers of Alberts and they have made a vigorous campaign to elect Ihsir candidate. A. A. Moore. acvsrnnent candidate, E. V_ Thompson, is filio a farm-r, but President Wood, of tha U.F.A., has declared that it is a principle lhal is al stake and hence the U. F. A. put up Mr. Moore- WASHINGTON. Nov. 3 i I'aii.iUiaii ot repressmaliou j it ihe iiiternauonul labor conference i b-W io lead io a fcefore iho more important business of ili-i agcaJa paper is taken into considera- tion. The workers' group .generally strong :u its proTfSia against lUej prey on Jem nee of government the employers' group 1 is in scarcely belter case, iho work-, err delegates nre askiug ihat the vot-J Ijnr; power shall QOt be ret-ogulied of I I countries which have sent goTenimeui I only. This, as has been ;poiiiic'l out. is largely applicable to! ml ami South American states, j iyh-j -workers groun Is plainly afraid ihe unforeseen strength o[ gov- ernment delegates may be to tie- I foal labor a-ms. If they can elluuii: 'ale NIC .voting power- ol countries I which have- sent government delegates (only, Eiiuatioti will be soiucwhnl equalized. So. at any rate. work- era 'dck'EAlos believe. N'urmallr tlie BELMONT, Mart., Nov. loss of was caused by Ihe fire carJy yesterday morning which destroyed the brick Tra- falgar hotel here, resulting in the death of two persons and the ser- ious Injury of one. On Final Leg of Canadian Tt Says Archbishop (Continued Frcul i'age) irncfit jmt ;t few at- Ihe departure Mr. Urury. Two Labor Men On Inarms; groimdi 0[ poveni- ?ol house, Mr. Drury was held up by press reporters Mail photo- ivlicro IIP spend v.