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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOK KOUH Dctalb Hltxria DAILY AND WEEKLY fewprUton and THK LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED feu'.h, W. A. luchanai t aud Manasics Director Business Munic mcnaco, and iho Senate In Us recent altitude has sumo very nleh 10 d munetraUus LABOR FERMENT IN THE STATES Cn the and conclu- j sloas nt lha Labor Convention iu much ol ine hopes ot lha people pi America are fued. la the chaos acd ferment In the Industrial world in Ihe Stales this Is not surpris I House AUVliMIJlitl 11, UM'J TELEPHONES Otflc............ Ultorla] Office........... Inj. With bis and recurring strikes as those of Ihe steel and coal Indus Iries, the commercial welfare, of Ihs I Ilepubllc U seriously threatened, and i 12521 the menace becomes more serious' since, In tha period of from Ihe war, tho countries Lhat Prorogues ImperialjJ icr Audit Burciu of Circulation! Subseripllon Ralfs: delivered, per Jo j Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year backward In the race in making the nost of the opportunities for filling lha seeds of crippled Europe will be-left-behind: The fear Is-openly proclaimed thBi the. fermeal will direct eltecl.upoh production. and the world trade of the L'nlted would thereby prejudiced. are .pprehens.ona tbe warworn countries of Eu- -y be dUappo.nted o.er the Conference Questions Dis- cussed While Senate Delayed OTTAWA, N'ov. ID. Parliament prorojurd at u o'clock this afteruoon. Tho ctremoay, which was scheduled Co late at 1.30. was dolayed hair an hour by a last minute amend- ment to one of the government prohi- bition bills, pusloess'.ln the commons LABOR WANTS MORROW FOR MAYOR Or 'HAT practically k. and tie concluded, suspeuie4 nu- uce of papers alter eiplrallon date! supplies of coal and other essentials la our authority lo continue the su> o( reconstruction which they bellev- icripllon. [hsj. couM OB from Iho United Stales. OVER THE TOP IN THE VICTORY LOAN Lelhhridge, with lhe neighborhood. las much lo be proud of In Lupplng Ihe ?a -rr There Is reason for tie apprehen- sion felt In the Stales Ui Ihe lions, tiat at present there, caused by the unrest In the Indus- present lime, Into consid.ra- tion the conditions that have arisen the result ol a dry season. The result o( the campaign [or the less worse by much care ce calculated lo ac- cL-ntuato economic difficulties and to exacerbate class dirricullles. Nerer Victory Loan up to Ihe present spells In the larje towns ol America has kopfcMness and.orivcs away anything been greater expenditure upon despondency. It betokens lhe spiril I clolhes and other luxuries. Motor pt Ibe West In never bnins discour- cars ara boing bouebt more freely iged in spite of vthal are hard times, than ever before. The makers ol II further emphasises lhe Irulh that [sramaphones nnd the Irinkels of mo- ta spl'.e of hard times lhe city and dls-1 dern civilization p. MEDICINE) HAT, NOT. Hev. W. J. Morrow, pastor the church here, who baa been acllve in many inoTvneDla lor community wel- fare, will be asked to the cudldalure (or mayor un behalf Ihe Medicine Hat brauch ol lhe Dominion Labor party. A public meeting on Saturday evening. Ihi iplces .of lha Labor parly, the pastor to mayoralty. En- randldaluro by lha Titeru3 is also bain; aougbt. PLAN 10 SM trlct are fully able lo weather the (ale and lhat tho setbacks we occk- lonally gel are not ot the nature lo dlslocale everything end Ihrow us tact to whence we' started. In what has been achieved In tha Victory Loan, the- city, with tbe neigh- borhood, has upheld the reputation that It hu worthily" gained, that wnmt- ever'H ihutcd lo Thla la which counts tor great gain la Lbe way we are viewed from the enlslde. In'-Tvhat has been done In lhe Vic lory Loan there has been displayed that spirit ol citizenship and aensing -ot nalional'responsibility which asset among the peoplo is something ol steal value. With the odds agalns us wa travelled over lie. road, over riding'every obslacle; we have tb' satisfaction ol knowing lhat wher duty lies we bave weii ami raiiiiLuiV accomplished tho task we were called on to undertake. are unable to (111 Uielr orders. Never have the stock xchanges been more overwhelmed lib speculative business. In lhe agrarian districts bf lhe Interior there according to the Federal Inrean of Farm Management, a coin- frenzy In land specula- THE OBSTRUCTIVE TEMPER OF THE SENATE By Iho narrow majority of lour In Jib Senate tha Bill lor tie aajn lion of tha drindiTruik HaOwiy w puaed; Ihls may'well be: described to be a thava rn regard to the welfare of Ihe measure. The eiperi- ill 3 o'clock.; Owing to tha ,jECiised to uk U blins. It was footid lhat-the stand Cor the m tion bills were not yet through tbo ,j dorsatlon of hla c enjle. so a further suspension ivaa eelared unlll i o'clock. An hour was pent largely in a discussion ot gen- raUlies. elc. Ernest tipolnle. Que- bec East, took advanlage ol the lack I ot business In the last hour lo nues-1 lion iha goternnienl regarding tho Imperial conference. It would be Important to Canada, 'he said, as questions of policy would bo discussed. The coutlry should bo represented by a party which had lhe [ul! force of public opinion behind it, which, he declared, this government could not boast. Hon. C. J. Doherty, who was leai- g lhe government, assured Jlr. La- polnte that his appeal" would not go unheeded. The govern- ment would devote very careful con- sideration lo lie mailer in question. As lo the conference, lha Canadian delegation would, in nil probability, be composed of members of both sides ol the "house. He said that public jiuteii -would he rery well represent- i. Third Party Now J. A. Manarg. from tho crois ben- ches, -remarked thai the EQver minil should nol forset tnat there wna now c third party In the house. XI" the morning session, the com- mons passed Iho supply hills amount- ing to and pul Ihrough some minor bills. In reply to Mr. R L-. Davis. Neopawa, PA ilCKED UP ASSING' run THK BC1Y UAN A Elallouary and envelope comi'.W will start maimluflurliig In KlU-Lcutr. Milk la Kitchener now 15 MULS quart. Geo. Paull, Stratford, was floe'l 100 on each ot two charges ol vlolat- 0% tne O. T. A. Aid. C. DlTketl. Fort William, hiis announced his lutenllon ol running (or Mayor. Paris tovra council has decided '.o r-Ek the ratepayers :o Jtf.liOO to buy a G. V. A. home. A clty-vfldo branch ot the Cana- dian Brotherhood Federation was lormcd ID Dellovllle. Two rooms have been closed In the Shakespeare School, Stratford, ou ac- count of the lear or smallpox. A coroner's jury will It quire Into th? death ot the new-born bnbb o. Mlnolu a Luuilon doint are to bo given, an lucre.vse. so the threatened strike to tike place De- cember 1st has been called oft. Ernpsl Hyuian, Tarry Sound, rescued troui'drownlu'g ivhcu UU nioU'tNnl Etallrd aud.was IT pieces on a rock In the Georgian Uay. An earthquake was recorded on tho north shore of the Gull of. St. Law- rouce hut 110 damago has beeo report- ed. At a cost bf approilmately 000 the Windsor of Education VIIM (he largeit and best public school In Canada. London Is afraid ol clplnerla Being Held Armistic- Cold Weather Interferes With Loan Drive rn'm Our Own Orrescani'inl) CARDSTOX, Nor. Last nlfht le votktni; men there Is endency to-contuse the luxuries of He with the ntcessltles. Travellerl from' tte Middle West tell, lor In- itinceV ol the representatives of ot lie very