Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACK FOURTEEN THE LETUBIUDGQPA1T.Y SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S. 1019 N'ov. to the demand of Mrikir.s coal la ibe United Suites (or ;i F. M. Parsons, of an employers' de-legate lohl ihp lioaal labor conferenre lofliy there was greater for a limit of bo'jrs ot work, r-r -Y''ek. to ensure increased Frei.in.uon. ihau for a reduction in Ibe maiir-suni or hours. "The world Is not suffering or ar- count ol the Ions he- said. "Ic Is suffering on of ;aik nf fooJ and clothing. There aro a hundred million people-in the old IMI il'.e 1 .verge ol starviiion. N'ot onf third D( the Industrie? of Ibe "world are pro- duclLg lo full capably. Since the iu- troduclion of the Shour day IT. France there been 3 2-1 per cent, reduction in production." Mr. Parsons loak iho ma- jority rfporr uf the employers' grou> on the sulralitcrt iierday by S, cf tfreai HrltaiD. Ho sahi project (or national labor was like? trying fit a rcaay maJe sail o? cloihes on every eoiuury irrespective .of size." St. John's Episcopal MtPsicm CK 1 Charlesion. S.C1.. has Instituted deaih and sicfc anJ old for its j Suitable for All Coughs CAFETERIA TEA IN KNOX CHURCH BASEMENT TUESPAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1919 6.30 TO 7.30 P.M. HOME G.W.V.A. GENERAL MEETING There will be a general meeting of the G.W.V.A. Sunday, November 9th AT 3 P.M. All available information on the re-establish- ment-bonus scheme will be given out at this meeting. Important that all attend. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la made Irom drugs easily 'and soolhlDgljr, without Harming Ibe delicate tissues of Ibe tlroat. i he I WHEW riOYALTY -ks isc-.cdialtlir afln "ROUGHED IT" IK THE NIPIGON COUNTRY o by ca-irltsy Falls, iron hi if here the Oalario Hyilio-Kkciiic L' Kf.iia-.cl Hatlxcys. ___ c-nje r-.it or 3 trip on Caters coniplolicg Jiis oulujg thsre. The ire instaUiDg a p'laiit for ifcc dcTclopmcnt of pottfr for iadaslrcs NOSKE DISSOLVES "RED COMMITTEE" BERLIN. Nov. S. (Associated j Preta) Guslare Noskc. secretary for I military arfaiir, bas ordered tec dis- solution ofi Lbe "Rsd coiumiUte'1 ThlcD 'attempted to engineer a geu- erul slrilcc. Three mciriljera of ina have arrested. The [police are actively suppressing incip- YORK NOT H Me- lent demonstrations of Spartaclsts tecnvay aoj (reaEurcr ol the connection jnth Ibe celebration oE IDC st Lanreuce SuEir .Retiners ol Can- tida, v. iilc-h a lew days ago oifercd anniversayj of the resolution in Ger- for sain ai an oscessiTu jiricc 000 pounds ol sugar on ships in the T1 harbor, called upon Food Adininistrai.- Inmales of the Pennsrlvanja anil ing Home for Blind Men presenled dc-: prt5Be j regrct'at tns conipitca. mands Cor higher wares end threaten j lions causEd by his offeri ac. Lo slnL'e. cording to ihe XDTF Yorfe World. I Mr, McLean, ivho, on An Pa., man sued for'put Ibis sugar on the marKel at ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Don't Cough, at Night Don't let that irritating tickling in the throat keep you coughing most of the nighL Don't !el it annoy you during th day.' Stop it completely- Not Aspirin at. All without ihc "Bayer Cross" 30'cents in a dispute over an Ice bill. fair price.-added 2SO.OCO pounds lo bis The case was dismissed. Cpatg am- j offer yesterday. The price tet by lr- oanied Lo over ?100. I sugar equalization board vail bs abo' [II cen'iS a pound, Mr. Willium said. The SI. Lawrence rcimury recenlly soli] a large quantity ot sugar to ocai manufacturer at a price m cxcoss oT Iho" sugar CQualizatlon board's quo- atfon, Mr. JIcLoan- A refund of will be made to tbe manufact- urer, who Ja to turn Lhe moaey over id the Red Cross. i The sugar shortage-will end within a week or 10 daya. Air. Williams pre- dicted. Sold by all Drogffuts It breaks up tKe cold; heals the inflamed membranes of. Ihe throat; relieves, soothes, cures. It's wonderful hovr much beKereren a ICIT dosti vrill malcc you feel. Vftry pleaaant to ihe leslej even childreii like it. Keep a boltle in Ihe None genuine except in a Red Pactaje bearing the Lrade- Na-Diu-Co. 18 itTiFictcriJ 17 NarJons] Drug and Cbemical Company oE Canada, Limited To the Housewife- Maw Is the time lo make oood uce of our "ROUGH DRY" LAUN- DRY DEPARTMENT. Remtmbrr Ihal ill FLAT II FINISHED ready for use. All pieces requiring itirch in itarclnd ready to for 8c a pound You can't ittord to mlM ttili opportunity. PONT FORGET OUR DRY .CLEANING DEPARTMENT WE CAS'PLEASE US A TRIAL. OUR AND SERVICE.'! Lelhbridge Laundry Co., Ltd Phone.45L C. S. Farrow, Manager. The name "Bayer" identifies the contains proprr flirccliorn.for CoHs, 'cnly genuine Aspirin j Heathc-hc, Earache, Xcu- prescribed by physicians for over nine- 'rr.lgia, N'c'Jri- and now jn.ide in Canada. Joint anij T.iin Alnaya buy an unbroten f Tiii of 12 InlJcli Vjf, "Bavcr Tnlilelj of Aspirin1 There only ono miiBt saj "Bayer'1 JUpIrla li (he trtd'j la Car.arjil Of Darcr of MP.TO- of FallcylicAcrld- Whili Jt Ii thit Aipliln i'.iytr LIVERPOOL. X. Nov. fourth successive Uda] vraTe since strucx parts thfa njoining, reaching a bfghcr lhan heretofore. Mufih damago wai done to bay and other thai were the scope of the wat- ers, a great amount ol floatable material is laying upon lha low hills. Some were removed from their foundations awl small she'ls upsi-t. The Halirax No. 15. brwke Irom Us Jast day nlpht, drifting wi-h tho s'.orni since llien, made harhcr Uiis mr.rniri.' ami W2.B aRslslcd !o vrnarrasc. Ijy Iho luff Lillic. The Audrey will lie a lolnl Trrecft, the huli being pounded pieces. Bailiff' RECONSIDER NEWSPRINT PRICES Under and by virtue of a Chattel Mortgage given by Fehjer Fanning Co., to Union Bank of Canada ard.fo mo directed against llie goods anj chalU'In o( Felger Karra- Ins'Cd., lAi., earned !n iho said Chattel Mortgage, I ectzfxl [he (oIloKing goods, namely: I biy gelding, 1.SOO pounds; 1 bay Aiding, pounds; 1 bliek Btlrflng, 1.SW I bay otldinu. nounds. I bay uountJj; 1 bay mart, ooynuV, 1 qrty mare, peundr; 1 hay mare, pounds; 1 grey stallion, named "Bis- mark." WWch I Tili eipoae (or pale on Monday, the 10th day of November, 1919 AT FELGER FARMING CO. Southeast a( Ltthbrltfec AT THE HOUR OF 3 P.M, AdH Ualcd, Nov. 1010. rr T, J, SIMONS, Xov. was rcctlicd yesterday at Uio oldcts of the Canadian Pulp and I'aper tlon (hat tho Ktates tiitiilt court judses in New York Itavc rt Tusn] the application (jl the Alntri cnn newspaper publl.'htra [or n rcvim of the federal trade sup' pltinc-ntal findings of IS, KMS, fixing the of nev.-sprinl paptr a; -JS.S'i'i prjr AinirJre'lwclEbt irom Maj to 1018, nrtl at per ton the period' suhscnuent to that date j to three iiionlhs after ihc end o( ill' war. I--------------------------- MONTREAL NEAR3 OBJECTIVE Xov. S--lflst report rcceiverl at (lie iitiilrmaricrs of tli Mnntrenl nnrt iljand V'icliry campaign tndicnted lliit the tnfals for be helv.-c-cn and ?2, DCO.ijiiD, brineing the total for the firr, wfceka of the rRmnalirn up somcthlns over which I within of lhr> district objei live. This, as was slated by Mr. .lob W. Ross, Ihc campalRn her woulfl cerlairjy p.is3 tin jjoniinaf oJ Joetlvo of You Don't You Lend In deciding how many Victory Bonds you will buy, remember liiis important point are not are lending to your country! You are lending at a good rate of interest, You are lending on ihe highest security. You are lending to man tain your own and your courilry's prosperity, In your personal interest you should make strenuous efforts to buy as many Victory Bonds at you possibly can. You couldn't put your money in a better place. You want to save does, It is the only way to get ahead. And Canada needs to borrow your money to bridge the gap from War to Peace, It's your duty to lend. Take the proper yiew of Urn Victory Loan. Say to yourwlf: "I am going to buy all the Victory Bonds I can pay for now and in the next ten months." What if it is an effort to pay for them. Look ahead a little, Think of what you will own when year Victory Bonds are finally paid for. i Every cent you pay on your Victory you lend to your save! Remember that, and -f r BUY VICTORY BONDS Every Dollar Spent In Canada THIS SPACE IS DONATED TO THE VICTORY LOAN 19 19 CAMPAIGN BV BAWDEN BROS.