Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETiramottE WEEKLY WKDNKSDAY. xovKMnEK 12, WASHINGTON, Nov. sps- commutes ol the Intaraatioail labor conference on the iS-fcour neek began iis deliberations this afternoon. .But some days roust necessarily elapse belore the committee Is sile to lay anv concrete before ifcs conference. Canadian representation on ims 'committee Is particularly high and IB exceeded br llui o[ no oiher country. Out ot a toiil t-f 15 members o! the coruaJiitst. Canada has three. Eaeii of the three groups at ihe conference employers and '.inetLlaf separately noruinaled five eacu. Each ir.'oup 'nominal- a Canadian as one 'of loe five, an act vrhlch in Itself ic- -'dicates the- prominent part the L'ana- 'ilian delegates uave been playing a I the conference. The Italian delegation has given notice thai the reposal or ilie Hussian government for iramediale peace nego- tiattons should be accepted, by 'cations interested so as to enable of this country to 'brius. without delay, Ihelr contribu- tion ia tompleie freedom, after .securetl lhal politick, economic acd juriliclal setl'enient, which Ihc people oJ Kusm will choose. WILSON SITS UP WASHINGTON. Nov. Wilson -.cas permuted to sit up for a; today, ihc Cirst time lie has soil en out of hei since he returned from his Interrupted western tour sis weeks ago. The president was plac- et) in a Vrbcel chair and iras wheeled slowly around tbt lop floor of the While House: "BEST MEDICINE FORJflMEN" What Lydia E Pinklum'a VegetaUe Compound Did For Ohio Woman. -v V -fr O V SILESIAN VOTE FAVORED POLES Kor. reports that the re- eults of the muaicifial elections in Uppen Silesia were most fav- orable to the Poles vera oific- lally confirmed here today. The Poles secured per cent ol rotes la Iho Jllndenburg district "S per cent on the av- erage .in the Neubethen and per cent la the Tarnowltz districts. Publishers Combine to Give People the News in Some v Form PARIS. N'ov. principal raornlcg ncivspapers joined forces and produced an Issue under the tllla Press il'Parls. This step was necessi- tated V the strike o[ prioiers called last nishL Thc following Is rrintsd on the front page: "No tilths land a contract binding them until June 1, 1920, the Paris prin- ters' unions suddenly declared a strike last nrglit. This aclion is nil (ho more regrettable. BE it occurs the very day on which we celebrate the anniversary of victory and on the eve of the polit- ical elections. As a sentiment of un- ioa. ihe newspapers ol the capital have to publish during the strike a newspaper." Tbe Socialist papers hare also de- .cided lo publish a jotut newspaper. Agitation amons the newspaper work- ers begin with the stride.In October or ihc ncvrspapor distribution employ- ees. -The printers offered to Eirpp-ori these men vith a sympathetic ml. eventuatoy decided to demand ex- ra'par of Irancs dally In view ol Iie'high cost ol living. As nothing was done Jo the matter o[ wages, the unions voted to E trite. Portmoath, aunered from. hrcguluities, pains in my side ondTTM timw I 1 could hmidlv get I around to do my End u I had I four in my fsn-Jly rand three I it made ft very hud I for me. Lyaia E. Pinkhein'3 Vege- I tablb Compound TT3S lo tne. I toot it and it hu restored my health. H is 1 certainly tiie best for woman's EJlcimtJ L ever SARA SHAW, B. No. lr Portsmoulh, Ohio. Mrs, Shaw proved tto merit of this nedicine acd wrote tins letter In order that other saifcring'wcimia may fled relief M chc did, Wcmc.n who ore sufferjag M wns not drag elpng from to day. vivboat prinjj this jimo'js root and herb remedy, LydjaE.'Pfnlham'B Vege- table Compoand, a trial. For special advice In rtcard to raA lilmsnti irritt Medicine Co., Ljnn, lias's. The roault of IU forlj ycaa espeiiencc Js alyonr.jervice. DAUGHTERSA English Farmaretles Have Come to Army To Be i' Retained LO.YDOX, OcL AssocJated girl farm labor ers, who enlisted in the govern men ft land Hnny during ihe war to take the place ot men who had gone lo froDt, liarc come to tureeque slouch corduroys, ,55.-Tvliilc Etnocks aod all. Gov- ernment control of the land army he "withdrawn alter the potato harrest, about Novc-mber 20, but the new open air woman has learned to IOTC her work so much thai she de- clines, to be "demobilized." The farmers who hare emplojed efficient girJa are so. anxious lo re- tain them that a Tolunlary organiza- tion is certain to he set up, it is said, !o keep the armr together. Tbcre are about EOOO girls m the army and most oE them want lo remain on the land. The ultimate pirn ot many Is tarm of ihfcir own. EyerjTTljcro tho girls here won not only because ot their good -work, but by their splendli bearing In emergencies. Several In stances ol devotion and bravery have recently been awarded with the dJs tlnpilshed serrlce bar, which Is to the land arm; what the coreted Vic- Icria cross IB to the regulars. Amonj the deeds cited wern the suOcesstu i treatment ot an animal that had contagious disease, the extinguish of a fire in. a barn, the saying of an old laborer from death by burn in] iad tho Tjuralng ot a farmer's chlh which was auffurlDg Irom an intec tious For Sale In this Cfty by J, H. HIQINBOTHAM A. CO., LTD. WASHINGTON, Nov. Wilson probabjj- will lelegrapb cDlh Ihc coal operators and otriclnla o( Ihe United 'Mine ot -America, aek- Item to toeether and jellle heir difficulties. It was said tortay at he White Houje. Al the same time Ibc president probably will renew hia olfcr ol Ihc services ol tbe ffor mcnt loirard mediation. Secretivry ol Labor Wilson would not df.icma the Blriko alluatlon fur Iher than to say It was 'runctlon of tie department of laoor lo oiler la mediate In all tlrlk's. Mr. IVHson vainly Bo'jghl to ortEE about an ajrcc- between the miners oper atora before lac men werv cEllctl on Nor. 1. POLICE MAGISTRATE FINED ST. CATHARINES, Ont., Nor 11 Police Jfaglstrale Kindle, of Grimsby. was chargcil wltb assaulting A. Hur- land in the filreett ol OrlmsSy, when he appeared before Camp, bell In police court here today, lie was fined f20 and costy. MANITOBA LIBERAL STALWART IS DEAD WINNIPEG, Nor. J. 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