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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR She letbbriboe OAB.T WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 191'J Hlbecta DAILY AND WEEKLY snd publishers THE LETHGRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 32t elh Street South, Lttftbrldga W. A. Buchanae President and L'irefclor 1 Torfahce Manajf ''TELEPHONES Builneu Office 12; 'editorial Office 12 1 public. and. as suth, are to l-J 1 (ouiiil lauU by ihe public. 11M iinff their litAds in mock dignity will anymore ibcic Ihc ostrich avoid by buryiLg iis heaj in i-ands. Wi-.h regard to the cro Ion Third Avenue, it is a ing the reason wby, aud if tbe council 'caunoi eiplain i; iJiey xust pu; up j with nilural inference. or knoiv- 'SOMETHING TO REMEMBER IN VICTORY BONDS In tho wvrih tbi Q. is; A. Il fea: J..oan the !o _ labor corferenes bus LONDON, Nov. The Jnili lor the convention battle explo'ts memorial copiiulltaB ro- cj -iid answers arc nf geji cf jC.' k t it ti l !i is Tiie iToviFion .eek. li IB proposed (hat i ihtt 117 claims to area meui ;if draf; convention. joriai6 mido by individual R ICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOR THE HUBY UAN Thef are and Is remrolnj. ipals Iq 13.0. The Kejowna Courier .laleuds to lelesrdph'-c aava secviw (or Iti readers. ill volubly couie before shall be brought j Australian and All claims inado tu Cinadlan, Aud.t Bursiu of CirculJlioni Subscription Dtlly, filtered. uesX DfcJIy, deliveroJ. per yesr Daily, by mall.-per "Weekly, mail, ysr yetr by aiail, for xeir lo II ih.p mttrstt on a Victory UcnJ v.vre your original I iiona. wiib amount to i in 14 years-, for tl years aud 1 iiuo !'.ot later ihin July l, 1921. l Not Far Enough Nov. the view of lie Canadian ibnr group the proposed coavenuon of she -labour wcet Joes not go far in fold j rr.o-jch. The proujr hoWs tt.st tlie S- il is still onlr s'JoulJ lu> ihe basis wllh a Zealand toveiu- ments hats spproTtcl and llattoii) reganllus slle! ricojol- tlon by tbo Frencb. and Belgian gov- ernments are veil ndvanced. .16 j In Vicicry in j amount lo j'gjl Q- Is 'aieresi a IVminion o y j Canada Hcnj a higher rale of inher- es: was paid borrowed by Cnnada before the ivar? >ry much higher. In normal Dales ol expirr ol ..ubscrjptiol, diilr on ad'lresi label. Ad- uce of alter expirciiua diK- -la our auihorily lo continue the suih tinier Dominloh'of Canada Bonds sold ycars bo possible for nn employer to ave i men workir.cr considerably more than uninni'elsM hours any OM day provider! that the total number rf hours work- In a ireek does not exceed 4S. "We rroftr the resolution, adopted tit the !ut3ruatiounl work- ins Tom Moarc, president of the Canadian TradM and tabor Con- said Uiiluy. "That, resolution re.tJily nl .1 price to yiel.l '.be Investor Bn Shour day without over LETHBRIGE AND -TKE VICTORY LOAN The. letter of _lhe Lelhbridge canvassing district forj Q .the Victory Loan, is somelbins in tba ,nan [about 34 to return ou A Tho interest- 1 time, except in cases of i ;ier cent. Bfrnm.v n- is VIA. wllh a JS-tiour rest weekly to "cu.it) good as ,c- Sunj3V wh0revor pD5S-.ble." tory Uonia ha? scarrolr be---------' lie Napolecnic Pat roll em iisijc, why should Yiciory bonds yielding of an Indictment oT (be spirit ot; per cent, wben he can get T Hie prcpotidennifo of iins yower is still causing much erturbsliDa the lubyr dole- itta. Tho question has been under at n of LEADERS' 111 Fcur policemen at Pituburc arrosted charged with stpdlltig worth of goods (roui A Arnncouver Lawyer Chief Coun- sel For Doubt Of Oulcome Say Leaders A Lwo-year-cld at Los Angeles a wonderlul swLmtuer. In au lilbltlou he used all kinds ol stroke. Il is said that over oiii million dollars damage baa been done to the apple crop in tbe Okanagan. Kamloopa lias iuvc-ated Its sinking fuad In tha new Victory Loan. NotwithitandiDC the apparen slackness of work in some parts the Kanilocus IS bulldl many houses. Two years ago a carpenter In Kam oops was as much without R job a sand carrier iu Egypt Today il 1 'cenaTa citizens in reg.ml to. ibe else? it, as.he, status thera are hupdreJs A The else U DO' :of .thimsiF-ds. of dollars lyiug in Remember, ihe whole ;lngs deposits In the banks in lhe city.! Uonjiuioa of Canula is security three per will. Interest while j tliat per cenT five and a half per ceut. Is olfercd in iare iorLlinate ltr per coiu laijor group and decision reached IP render every assistance possible to movemeat. to disfranchise gpv- i III KliJ IHUICIUL'JL kUULCIIUIlkUlLlb l lernnwDt delegates from sutes9which slnhe leaders to be I -hsve not sent a delegate arrived lo 1 'ing their workers. discussion ,deufensB In CaniuiTiid t such, a high rale. the Victory Lor.u. there ia something I The people Of Grej, Britain, France, and ihe "United States do cot get as iQUCh. Q. BQI, suppose I bought a Dor.d When Mr. Harris that failure and tben found lhat l needed money ia .due to.open atj (his erternoon's meeting of ths con-' of reprehensible apathy En the way ihff Loan is Ticired by ihe owners of "to Ite alloied quota for the Victory Loan at which ih'e cliy is as- "lessed will reflect adversely on it. In the way It will he regarded in circles, he shows that worldly wisdom mnd appreciation of the situation which cannot be minimized. In vievr before those dales? A- You could either sell the Bond or borrow money on it. How could 1 sell? Any bank, IrnsL company, reH- WIXN1PEG, Nov. Cas- sldy, K.C., prominent Vancouver law- yer, who is chief counsel for Ibo eight be tried at the take charge ot Associated ivilh Mr. Cassldy in cou- ductlng Ihe defense will be J. K, Bird. of the firm of Bird and MacDonD.d, Vancouver, aYid E. J. McMurray. of iQutstionof RtorMtntailon ancouvtr, HTIO c, j. ul WASHIN-QTOX, Nov. who bad charge of be de- commission lo droft iense al tie preliminary ln-arlnB standins orders has been empowered T. J. Murray and Noble will bale the, preixjmierant stale charge of tba cases of wben charged oi Bovermncnt at the inter- wltb roting the mposetble 10 otnploy a carpenter xatnloopa as thtre is no surplus. The'StovrarL mill started work near tha iuouth of Hear River. B.C.. recent- ly.- The mill only baa a capacity of len thouBand a day, but this will soon be Increased (o [idy thousand. Iluhe Hull o[ Seattle, one of the best all-round writers un the western coast, will open o paper at Hyder, B.C., within a short time. Dr. Alexander Robinson, luporin- tendeni of education !'i B.C., ia to bo retired on allowance, and la suc- ceeded by S, J. Willis, prlucipal ol the Edward High school In Van- Frank Greenlaw. Labor memlier- tlon ai did Mr Micllrlde. vt ran I Tor J. He admitted, hovveTtr. hat there were many things on which did uot sec eyo [6 sjt xUh Mr. Jtury. Cbac. K. Cometock, blind nun has appointed suporlnlendoiil ol tho njlre work lor (he tillud IlllAQli. A rural carrier 1q Mlchigao ound a vlifa lo IU He paid or to ad. lo find the'-owaer abd a of f I. A YorX court iHuqlEsed 'a suli brought by R. UuJlorJ for lust a former tenant, whose biby lad Is ft. Ifuger prials on the An alrvliae IB motor vehlcla, i vjch is subject to tbe ptymeal o the regular feo ol accord ing to municipal aulhorlllos al Knor Title. U. Cable to Iho New York World because of lib or conditions In ih I' S, orders for steel atid Un plati ar ppurinj Jnto Soutb from all oier lhe world. Kor hours guarded papier uiache in e. N'aw York store. Burglars had removed tht safe to a snfe point for ud left a "camouflaged one." Durlns the strool car (Lrjke Louisville, Ky., a hardware dealer placed a of Imsebxll bata In front ot big Btoie labelled "Freq to Uie on Scabs." lie was fined J16. U. S. PoeL-officA DepaTlruonl wy higlish iranelallons must accompany all addrcssea written In foreign. Ian- guises. NTew geojTBphlcal boundar- ies la Europe are given as the reason, After colliding -with another motor an auto near Akron, 0., rolled down a 30-fooL embankment, turning over several times. The dr.rer, hli wife RDd two children escaped with bruises. Play Any Music WWwot Prirfee So nianj- people item alter lltj'rt married that toioy a borne hu a plaao In 11. Wa'll glullr exctaugo [or a MASON Player Piano uE allowance for your old piano Bud tenni OB the balance. AiV for atyle HMM e( the IUY VICTORY 1ONDS cBster, were Wlltd. tnt thret men in one driver oi Ihe rioiiiv labor cocierence. Tho o.ues-1 OKiciRls of tba defense commlttw eiec, [or st CRlnerjneSr denies Ihc tion became before Ihe conference In staled loday that they were lully pre- lliat Io ..nad boItcdM [rom tae a paragraph by Ha pared In flsul tbe cases to a finish.' committee ot selection, rejurdlne the. "We have no douM of tlie oulcoma, appolnlmcnl of a committee lo dralt.sald secretary. J. Law. fannies orders and "the said com- i The a-slzea formally opened car helped drag Ihe bodlei from un- der the wrixked machine, and found one WBE hli brother. aovernmtat afcnts live learmi of Bolshevist nlaDB (or a Ibreeday celebration In the U. S. on Novsra- jer 7. S and 9, lo commemorate tbe downfall ot Ibe Ruiitan Government and the birth of Bolshevism. An entire family, father, motliar and Customs (orcrj. al steamship [our children, were Wiled when their in" Hobolten, N.J., have been was struck by a train at Odessa, ed to guard sgalnst smuggling of Nob. liquor, following reports thai large quantities are being brougnl into the U.S. from Europe. Wben two autos collided near Lau- A lot 4C by 42 In the immedi- ate vlclnlly of Wall alreet. New Tort. sold for >450.005. or a Kjuiri icet able bond dealer or .broker will bo i glad to sell your Bond for you ai any mlttee on stand tho ol other conditions he mentions. sierelT felcpnone Tour tanter re-'at noon today, but (t Is not expected tj thai lhe aUJfcc caws will proceeded im- -with unin Uter. -would not be only a pity but a shame, or amj wanL to -hate oolv comluaied govern- li the Victory" Loan qnota was no; reached. This is a time wben the progress ol the Victory Ixian In the varioas cam- manilles is watched with interest, :if Jl.OOO Victory. Donrl, issue o! 1519." meot- delegates to the present not with curiosity, length and breadth throughout of Canada. ihe Not only the patriotic hut tho financial repmatlou of.ctLies may lo be at slate in the inder which lhe rei sponse 10 the Victory Loan furnishes, If citizens have been apathetic, and Ibe slow progress of the Loan in reach- ing its rqaota Is due to this, then (here is a decided and urgent call for a change of spirit %nd atlitude. It. Is now lima for action, i Those who may have any hesita- tion in regard lo investing in toe Loin would do well to care- fully read lhe questions and answers respect to the same on Ibis page. In the attention given and-the in tell b- gent undenUndiog' of the same, there l.ehould ie the "removal of anything in the way of timidity doubt in Invest- Ing in Victory Loan Bonds. There is time vet lo change ths aspect of Iblnrs, and .a new: spirit Lelh bridge can be saved from falling Into He will quote you Lb.8 market price j and give you a cheque cr. receipt oj. your hond. Be careful, however! Ihronen whom yon sell. Q. Can 1 scH. Uhem al any time? A_ Yes. Many millions ol dollars worth of Victory Loans of 1917 and 1913 hare been bought and Bold, ana al limes tn has been gri M. Draper, CauadlaD 'worteraT delegate.-is-a meirher of'lhe'.conimEs-: sion will the-. queslioa under consideration. Ttie "wppoiiit- merit'of the tomintttee-pnjaDjilicaUon was confirmed., This.coionnttee will consider.'lhe -question urE. j thtf ;confcfpi.ce. Th! commltlcc1.consists. o OTTAWA, N'ov.'. cltll eer- Q. How can I tell price offered fs a fair one? third reading. There" were some ,e W f than the J, ivHo put in: EQ "appaprance at'" the fcoDfcrence hri ,eeo A. Victory Bonds listed on the irdiaEa. Joshua was anointed with tic, measure An amend- provisional substitute forV rers. Tho question ot unemployment, surgested by the committee but was was referred to a committee.. rejected. This suggested tnal Arthur' FoDlaine, chairman ol the t'.ll be eent back to the commons (or Canadian stocS Eichanscs. Dailj QuoUtions are givep.' In the news-' papers. i Q. Bul, 5QPPD5B T dO DOt wlEh to part tcith my Bond, but simply want a loan on it? an --unenviable posllibn Ihe Victory Loan. in regard lo THE CROSSING ON THIRD AVENUE ID me Her of Ihc crossing on Third; the 'city council ap- A Thfre are tlmes in. organisation commlllee, suggeated purpose of- having the new classl tcations and scales of pay late elfecl the conference adjourn until 2.30 p.m. tomorrow and that then the from April 1, insteM of, as the question of the eight hour day be bill proposed, from April 1, 1920. dividual, parllcularly the business man, wishes [o borrow money' for some purpose, which he eipccls to repay in a ahort time. The holder ot Victory Bonds can go to hla banker at any Lime and secure a loan up to SO per cent, of Iheir market value. Far I from Injuring an Investor's credit, such a "transaction rather enhances his standing In the eyts of the lender lo be sitting on their dignllr in 1motollzed- Anolher of something In the shape of ol silence. If gentlemen of 1he city chamber consider that sllunce .and'inaction arc" lhe hest policies In taken up. During the discussion of the eight hour riaj, Tvlr. Fontaine" add- ed ileslrabllily of appointment of a committee on the subject might also be considered. The conference then adjourted until tomorrow. Which Shall It BeT Nov. be- t-Teen advocates of the eight-hour day and those supporting Ihc forty-eight hour opened laday'n torsion of the international labor ccnfercnce. The commllree recoiti- who appredales the evidence of thrllt j mended ,u. hour week in. shown hy the posaesslon of Victor j-j s teart lie eight-hcur butsomv for ihe pri clplc of (ho straight eight-hour day. Representatives of Japan, India and aeveral other counlrie? were ready loday lo eland out tor re.-crvalions for their countries on the ground tif climate Red undeveloped induil-.rial Application ot the firlnCl- A Flavour for every taste The bill stands for third reading. The seoale this eve- ning, when U Is expected that the Grand Trunt parchase bill will reach them. The Letbbridge Fire Brigade has ln lhe OV.rlh.cre.l-lh.Pr.nc.olW.I..- crest. Here Is something which we Legal phases of lhe application for regard lo criticisms made ID the inlor- ttti of the public, they cannot expect the general public to ba silenced In regard to wiial Is a scan rial and a dis- In Ihe present stale of the Third ATcnue crossing, JIL the city council meeting on Mon- not a sign made, not a syll- ablfl was ultRrcl. in regard to the crosalng referred to. Not a hint allowed lo pass In lhe. public benefit lo why the cross in R was In Ua pro- should all pull together to attain In ntlmisalon to tlie conference from Fin- Lhe present Victory Loan campaign, I Iand-. Luxembourg, and Lhe -Dominican j __ i repuunc iv ere oetore tnc committed I OD the admission ot new stales. The SLefanssoTi'9 leclure should draw alcommltteo so far haa been unable to ient stale nor why il should hare heen [accomplish. allowed Irr have' remained EO long as j II has been. AVe really Bonder if the members of the council are aware ol the true slate of Ihc crossing. At any rale, they are made-aware of il and wllh thta knowledge anr Vlctory Mgn -of oecomes of) LONDOX. Nov." men I Issued by soviet army offic- ials, received here by wlrcleia, says: "Wo.hare -received fresh "reinforce- menc; Yudenltch can receive-none. "The remnanla of hla army are breaV.ing up. They are earrocnded by our troops. "From Liiga, our. troops are Irresis- tibly advancing on Yudenitch's rear. "On the olher fronts the situation la favorable to us. We arc on Iho eve of a victorious termination of the war." Finnish Anti-Rede ITELSTNCFOR3, Nov. Hclslng- fors newspaper says It understands 200 voluntccrn havo- secretly" enlisted In" Finland in'Join Iti'l'he attack on ipelrograd. The newspaper Bays lhe WINNIPEG, Nov. Gomlcn men will her equipped wllh arms arid _______ iaurl Donsmr.Tc pleader] gu'Hy In etlfier by the allies or-Gen. prjllcc court to of he-1 Yuclcnllrli and urgca the eoTcrnmcnl i II Toiila nc only nrropos to say that millUry Oomlen was; lo lake preventive steps. :lliere should ho no of cfforl I Fenitncccj to 18 intjntha !on the pan of. Iht cilitcns of antl (fned I251) and Wflatmlnater Is aniloni to sc- ccats. _ ctue commlsiioned large audtence. Of all lhe Arctic ex- plorers he may be said lo have attain- ed the most practical results. In lhe municipal elecUonF in Great Britain has mel with consider- able euccess. scrvea tn show what interest End organization can on Die application as the Ihme countries are not listed In lhe annul lo the covenant of the league of na lions. In Home tjuarlors it U torsiil erecl lhat only those countries mcn- tlorioa In the ennei are eligible-.lo memborEhlp. DESERTERS SENTENCED obtain (lie Honor FlRg In Incompetence, In the failure lu rea- lize wbnL should be civic duly as If concerns'the welfare of (he As a contrast between commission aldtfrrnlnlC gororhmenL those who ere In sympathy with Iho latter fKcn eoraethlng la the way of In silent contempt of the civic .fathers lo lhe true slate of ft would not have been Ihc ror tha public that won I'I have mlsftd [he fssiie, bat It would hare come, front one of (be aldtrmanlc hoard, and there would havo been bound to have at It Is time the city council heM Iho 1 lhat t are the of llic The Kdmonton Journal appears lo be mnch concerned over the ways modern courlshlp. The follo-.ving im-j tier a drawing.haa c-inght Us and the writer refcn to It, wjth n j sigh of whal he has missed in the. tlaye of lore's younj; dreatn Whtn the winter blow c.oM and the (Jrsl Bnowflnkcs whirl thnlr way lo is Iheii he loves lo Fit before the 'oncn heirlli and hold her ao.'t, wlille hanrl" wllh Iho pink lint of the (irellglil 'njion it. "Mli'n a enowflakc colored witli Iho rays of the EOltlnfc he muriniirfl. And perhaps he eearclica the depths of her Eve lhat she Kccretly wishes lhat iic find In them a Httlc llghl of love. Ixrfc- llghl and firelight, and life wuuld he one endless, blissful Jrcnm, Snowy Weather Footwear RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, MOCCASINS, WANNI-< CANS, LEGGINGS, ETC. .IN ALL SIZES FOR ALL AGES, W. J, NELSON Co. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK 1UILOINO safety packages. Be S because P r em Duality; The Flavour Lasts ;