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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUfRSOAY, N'OVEJkfBER 19. 1919 HIE LETHnmOGE DMLY HERALD, PARE People Doing To Sub- Day Was Otwerred Ton. uiembes of our publu1 school etali :ira leaving to attend the Teach- j 1 ers' Convention held ia Medicine 1 Hat tomorrow and Friday, Nllss Dafcer and D. Neeham hare returned from the CD-isl. The local Orange met last night. Though the weather ivaa sev- srronl members were la ihe country. The Women's Institute will bold thtlr regular" month.r meeting la thii i Rest Iloom on SsturJay afternoon. PARIS, Nov. The replj ol Ru Lo the alUe-d note recently pre- Our O DOW ISLAND. Nor. Young A pnoRram is arranged lor to be liven ihe business meeting, 1 wholly i lunch iv III served. No ad miss (on i charge. Just A collection. Mr, Kins of the Alberts Teachers' seuteJ. In which It w lhal domand. be evacuated. Is ifr i peace conference circles m unsatisfactory. The note, which was .alien up for consideration by ihe supreme council this morning, a? extremely erai- ive. Soclely mc'i oo Wednesday j Al.licct vlstled the town schools re craning, Nov. 5th. This iras the Mr. Kioc was la attendance! vtrtloml meeting or the month and th-j I at Ihe Leihbridge contention and re- Bar. Y. M. Gilbert hid cburge of tho ports U EJ the convention ol the taken energetic measures lo solve Ihe His Ulk vas on tho litera-1 year. He will address the leathers In'Hungarian political situation accord- i of DAD lei. During iae eveninr. conrentlon at Medicine Hal ihls to reports from Budapest to tho Ultimatum to Premier REHLIN. Nov. allies have KuniAiiiajiE.' e'o tfcit this amount could L'O irincled from the- total of the re- parations due io Human la. Whlla note U worded Lit of on re politeness. It U held trt in- Jicale continued defiance ol the su- preme council. The council during the cuorntag ses- sion appro red the report of the com- mission which bar luresilgited condi- tions ID Smyrna, referring to in 11-1 en Is raldi occured during the land leg ot the declar- ed (o have been caused by lack ot precaution 'oa Iho part of the Gr'eeV military authorities. CJreeX au- thorltlei afs ulceil to insure thai order by maintained In the future and thit Inera be no recurrence of elmllaj lucl- dontaJt la polmed out that the mili- tary occupation of Smyrna by tbe mujt un'derftood to Hr. Dulelson. Luther I in mlnUterUn the Intcrwtj ot the Al- aaag two solos while his daughter ac- jllance. computed him. It was decided to hold the next meeting on Nov. Llih Instead ol NOT. 12th. L.ut nlghl NOT. 12th, the young peo- rl'g heVd a Eoclal ID the church. There were about forty people prea- tut. Games of dlfTereat kinds were played, eacb. person present Irvine to do or htr besi to mate the WHITt FACES FOR PEACE RIVER COUNTRY EDMONTON. Ken. One thou- sand head of faced Hereford are being Ehtoped to tbe Grande Prairie district froa" Edmonton today Thte comprises the 1 arses L E ship- ur oci urai tu luu ciru- _ pleasant. Xo projcram j but OElrura sanj a 'cavfle of sotiRii. Trhlch wero rery. niich enjoy- ed. Then folloired luachaoa and visiting over the tea cups. All.report splendid erptilnF, The Victory Loan campaign U on but muiy ol Tho vere suhicrlb- crs for the loan are not able to do so this year. Mtny boufhl a OT bond TMT when It -was g train Ing every point 10 do ft And thlj year It will keep Ihem bujy lo buy.iln bare In food.and cloth.nir, perhaps -rvlll have lo get EOT: eminent aid. We must not M loo hasty In our judgments. Wealth begets wealth, but those who have not can not buj though they wouH Elidiy-do EO knowing thai "the cocntry needs the money. They hare, not forgotten, Iho brave boys who went over and fought, yea, In nuny cases. -fSTC Lhclr lives and left loved onei.beb.lild who should helped by (be govenimenl. They know it and it Just as much as ihoae v.-ho are able lo buy bonds' but they are helpless. Yesterday, Nov. lltli, the first an- nireraarj" of Armiitice Day was duly by the majority.of onr peo- ple, 1 presume, accord Ing to KInR Georce'a proclamation. Very few if thai ironld not paose for two nlnntej In silent thank fulness. At schools all wort waj impended for (he lime and then resumed as betora. OwlCf to th? school rooma not properly aome of the staff are har- fnj more parts ol days oft duty than tlwy ai'they resllre Ibat H In- with their work. It is poss- ible Itiat darlnp 4hc days the teachers are attending the convention lhat the tnlilMfl will bare tbe trouble Surely hare had a pood Uste of wmler. Snnilay last TTIE quite pleas- ant after some snappy days, but Mon- iliy IL wai anowtnKr blowing and cold. Cold yeaterday but Trarmcr today. IVrs. W. F- rfiturned lo Bow Islacd on Thunday iasl from Lelhbridffe she bad been rl'lt- Inp wUh Mrs. J. Henderson. On Sat- urday morning- jhe left for SpoSane .t to jo'in her husband who 1 there for a previoui. Mr. Moore of Medicine Hal WM a business vbltor here last weeE. Mr. J. F. Roie, repreBenlallve of the .Standard Trust Co., in towii last week In tbe Inlererts of bis compeny. Mr. Clarence BaleiBAQ lenthe Wtw part of the week for SpokuK, Mr. and Jis. O [quiet who here for A couple ot weeks, for their home at Skin week. Mr. Olqulst went across country by car, TThlle Mra. OlqulU and little went by train via Lelhbridffe. Dr. Palenon, feeling the jreat n of a rest, has gone away for a short time. DurlnE his absence Dr. Stttart, Dr. Sir. 1th of Hat, Ja look.cf after Dr. PiUvrvos'i Ml Mrf. 8. T. Hunt wis a Tljltor to Medicine Hat on Monday. Mr. and Caawell, Sr., who dbr InR: their atay In CaraAa of the pmi few yesnt naye their wltb tlielr son, Walter, north of town, returning lo Old They planned to itart weak and bu thrfr evaded on the nnabla to get away tncuM ot do so atnoir now whea or on what ttoy will triTel. Mr. O. W. Xordfn twfl Mr. F. baTt aenred a cotttract near Elko, B. C., for irettlfiff Ml Ion. Mr- 4111 left on Monday lo make some ar fattgnoenti and wu accompanied b Hftun D. Kli-ich, R. and A McFkefl. Mr. r. Reamt will folio Jit i few dayi. Mr. 'Art Wbltaer'fl falber wlio hai been him, left tor few daji ago. Mr, and Mrs. ITobaon will mor fron north aide of town and wl take up their residence over tha store Mr. and Mn. M. Bropby have ROD to Medicine lUt to live, f J' MeLvea and Fiji menL ol stock ever made io tbe north. The rattle are taken north for breeding; purposes and It Is eipecttd that with shipments lo follow by the of neit year tie herd will number lo 5.00-tf head. Ansclger i5lr George Clark, the allied har> en behalf of the supreme council, ii la stated, an uliinututu to Premier Krlederich. uotifytug blm that a coali- tion cabinet must be forced within 4S hours, or that he must retire from the premiership. The Hunmuiitis indicate a .rilling- ucsj to retlra to the rlrer Theiss, but i hoy decline to res peel the original ar- mlsttce lines and also decline lo com- ply with the allied request lhat they name a member of the inter allied commission to compile the TRlue of the goods sclztd In Hungary-by tho GERMAN FOOD OUTLOOK OOOD Harvesfs Further Peulmlvm prospects for tier- many for 1920 arc good because of the pleniJfvfl harvest, to the ministry of food, which decries pessl- mlsm. BeginniDg this month the quality of bread will be improved. The potato harvest Is bat it wlh be enoufh the whole year Tho meat supply' Is not elpeeled (o Improve. E WASHINGTON.- XoV- dJTi siou of oflnlOQ apparent todav amoug deUeatti la the conference oo the proposal of Jlno Baldstl. Italian reprtieaUllre, Lhal (he conference express as (arorlng acceptance o( tho veaco olfar ct the soviet government. Mr. Baldest bad prepared a reiolulloa getting forth such a proposition (or bmlEalou lodar to ihe conference. The recommendation of the confer cncc of 15 on the hours of work was not ready lo report the confer- ence assembled should IQ tho Tortn to ratified al Itie cartlclpallnt; powers or should amount only to "recommendation" ae lo legislation. LOLTISVILLK, Ky, Nor. KeJcral Judge ETUI, In opea 4 court today Ibai t ba fir of the opinion" 4 that war time prohibition wai uncounltullohal and ladloaud -f t a to eajofn 4- 4 Haamtom, InUnul rtTMU col- lector of (ran Inlw with iae ot about gallons known "floor alock." The International TV M. a A. con' vectlon will bo held In Detroit, No- TMKlier. 19 to 23. Tha-MaUoul Coo Teutlon (or Canadian T. M. C. A.'a Till lie held at Toronto, January 19 to M. KENTUCKY JUDGE SAYS t WAR TIME PROHIBITION t IS NOT CONSTITUTIONAL a-dlantr at ward hoUl tali erealflc at Miatm aa will b( glvaa by Eially ot Scot. Uad. U.S. PEACE DELEGATES LEAVE PARIS IN DEC. PARIS, NOT. 13. Tha UnUad delegation to the confar- cncc bm notified the supreme covuU of Hi Intention Co Itare dcrlar the tint daya of December. Thb was made known by UnlUd RtalM peace this after- noon. ROUTINk CtltlON OF BIO WOMEN'S OOKVINT10H TORONTO, SOT. thm ot womee'i. battatai held roattw amthm at tie hxtakal ichool today. Tee wU kowafcoll (or (HrtMm ui aari Mr. Ottln A. iVke. aUa. For M4 ftd> ilnda Zaa-Blk Wa M aJM lar oM iai tdU.ptaD.laa. oJ.Mln, nU, biru, ul toiSi 111 EaatBmk Ce, Ta-. km. hr flA. FOGGY? If BilKKu. ConMi'pitri or Uke Tomorrow tan will ghlne for Too. will teen) cltar, rou and Hrffhl. Tour Is filled with and b6TCl pblaon which jour lido aallow, jtmr itomach naawt, jnt fonr acd aching. Tour beali ire (urolog ialo potion, TOT can not feel rfcrtil. Don't titr MKoat or constl- Pnl b; (art Irf Cucarcti act wllkool grlplor or llck'.n yon like Calomel. Salts. Oil or nuly, titrah plllt. Ther IH'lt work tt HflSiT Hi f? y; TVyTACHINEPY spins and roars in our r. fa I1 ffl M j f i VI li ll m L- factories. Srrioke ascends from our foundries and mills. In the fields the threshers hum. All Canada is alive with the activity of pro- duction and distribution. There's a demand for what we make. There's a market for what we grow. The wheel of prosperity is spinning. But it dosen't turn itself. and help to keep it tumme The. driving force of the wheel of Prosperity is the Victory Loan. It will keep up the foreign market for our sur- plus agriculture and industrial products. It will help finance our National undertakings and expenditures. It will keep the .Wheel of Prosperity turning. Do you realize what it would mean to the Wheel of Prosperity slow up and stop? 1 here is only one mean loss of employment and; Way to keep the agricultural and industrial stagnation. It; Wheel of Prosperity would result loss to y00 and andi aawAW rtw nc TftS that it to every one of us. So get behind the Victory Loan. m wi PBUY VICTORY Isntd iy Canada's Victory IMHI Committee in mik the Minister f of ike Dominion of 32 ;