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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVHMHEU 1-1, Tin-; K DAILY NINE. Lyceum Speaker Deals With Class anil Co-opt-nttion of Classes I nd ml rial unrest ca'iBcJ by class tvftrfaro the of Jlolshovistn were Mio principal Dinners iliscimeJ tv Mre. Pankhiirti ju Wesley Church rn Wednesday evening. IT unyboilT rumo in the meeting to hear some- Thing o( the of the sutf- in the when lueir inlli- tiun'y was In ovliltiice, lliere was dlv appointment. The spfzkfcr ilM not dwi'l] i'ii the broakius of vinJuwj and _ 1--.V "IV. and Mouse" liucldcius. aa de- J roiiMl ir. hmiRer sirltis, j merely rc-rerrej 10 theso In passing ai part of iho of the vromon to put an_end to class distinctions, In women. beict; deprived at ilie privl- uf vising. I'l'.-.ikhurst, la a well thought nut nuil n well delivered address, ciioiC lo Fptafc o: wliat her organization had iloiiu !n the war and how, as women, i hey lii'lfc--) in women's v.-nr '.Torii, :mil wlH'ii thL' v.Mr wan declared, forgot all Their suJiraKollo iirai-uganda, pro- clelnilns E ii-jct v.h-cli. In diailnctlon in a gnod many of iht iniccs luj declared, the -.vcKicii t cr hid B'ilchsvlim a Tyranny }lrj. i'.inkhuMt denounced (lie IloV sficvisl iiuiYCMitisl. ai'd first ivlnit that muv-j-ioni sps'.l, In ihnt Eho Led vlslleJ anil .had r-jcn n-ju'.ta of the yiryco'JiioeJ a tyranny of the Ifcv: nvfij- flic unny. The peas- The. Victory Loan Should be loyally support- ed by every citi- zen. This Bank gladly furnishes full information, and is pleased to co-operate with intending sub' scribers. FIVE NEW CASES; TWO FATAL SLEEPJNG SICKNESS IN 'PEG ll'KG. Nov. dew caeca of Iclliargfc trice pi a lltis, Including (alul ones, were reported to [tie health oftlcer today. IMs trluts the tola! tiumber of deaths lu four and tho total Dumber of cases (o 10. All Vhe victims are tduHe. According cily health authorities nil these have been coming an for several dnys and In no rase has it been L-ooiaglaa that has caused the (rouble. WASHINGTON, D.C.. Nov. There li to bs no corn promise with the Bolshevik government In Russia by the Unittd States and no movement la contemplated offering to confer with Bol- tnevlk clement in that country, It tvaa learned today at Ih- slate department. Official! said that there had been rfo exchange of notes Itlween the Orntk govern- ment and tho Brlliih cr any gov- ernment concerning Buggeslioni that i conference with the Bol- Bhcvlft undertaken FRANKFORT GAZETTE IS BANNED 3Y FRENCH .MAYENCE. Nor. 14. (HavasJ [Gen. (lOinte. commander or the allioil of cccupation on tha Ilhlne, has forlildien clrculatiorj tn iho Pencil tcne of the Frankfort Cai- elto and thy Frankfort Volkesieltuoie. becftuso thu noHspapera published slanderous anlclcs Egaicsl the French authorities. MAKK IMPERIAL ARMY STAFF REPHKSENTAT1VE OF ALL THE DOMINIONS j LONDON'. Nov. The house or1 couimoiu army committee uts for- rde 1 to (he premier an eiinccsfon cl opinion ihal Uie Imperial general taff should bo developed CD trin- approved the o: the overseas Dominions at the con- ference of which means it iciouij be organized a central body, wlili I branches In caca pan of the Empire removed entirely from the Jurisdiction of the vrar office. When Silk frlnte Is still extensively used on all serge and ivool dresses. ttfcal togelber. ijia you need Bwcrum's Pius. Your month is a good c! !ic coDditloa of stomach ud bovtfc. BEECHAM'S PILLS THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA compared vho engineered them i zs, ilic of cliLldren. She. wtnt lo Riiciia to combat the work at a group of Drltlflh pacifists who went, i 1hore lo ask fluisla lu make tennsj CartufiDr- l Ttip- artdreis vas altogether ED to- IcresTJrjg one. The laken Her. Cragp. The next Hern on the Lyceum pro- gram will .Lo ttic Orchestral tuter- tainers la Le held Nor. iStb. hail liirncrj theJr energies to llold-Trofcssor Asserts Inslinct Tarns Men Away from Hal- chct-Faccd Woman 'AS of in tin-ill Kt.-Idlugs toTrards winning tha j L'.eH o1) Tier ccnl. nf ilie of Rua- Thero was not a great deal new In IVCTU cppd-pd lo Uolshcvism but in by force. ivhflt she nalrl 02 to the war f of the women ol Great Britain, but Tin- inrluslriul uniost. V.ff. P-ink- ehe nut ilia for woruen, in how" hi'.rst pu! down to Gorman propaganda, j Ihey had showed themselves in Iho She vcli'trc'l in scr.ihius terms to thai war. In very adtntr.ihlo faEhion. Slie philosophy of Kirl Mrin wlir> she I rcferrerl (o the fault3 of IrarJe unions hud laid the seed or the present unrcrL i in ihcir rules and hi their ouposllion measles, but she it wna n gaod Imd hciil the Socialistic got over It, ami lo have got the Lo have realized ciaclly wliiu, i vas. i Women and the War The main of .Mrs, ildress nay In which the euff- ,o ivomen hsliig alloireil to engage I sXllleJ iradea, In the munition workj l irir.t the unions held could only bo done by skilled vrorkerB vras learnt )r the In UIF course ol a eonple of weeks. fi. TanTchuret referred to the part her organization had Uken In recruit- ng1- The women were veil abla to artrance Ihelr arguments, ia that they had trained themselves to speak in public and lo put tip areumonta for their case; this, held them ID good stead' in their recruiting campaign. Speaking on the strike of. tho Welsh miners, Mrs. Paokhurst put- It down to (ho delegates tvho cnme from tho foreign quarters ot the big cities and taking Lhe place al the patriotic miners who hart enlisted Biircafl the gospel of unrest as part of (he German propoganrja. Rut (o the shame of the nation there worn British meu who look part-In It. In accents of pride Mrs. Pankiiunii. referred to the fact that nine-tenths of the shells that went to tho front from GreaY Britain made by wnirip-n and that (he best shells the Allies had were work of the wo- men. Mrs. Pankhurst ahon-ed haraelf onlo and well Informed In dealing With In rluslrlal unrest nnd clnss war. She denounced fiLrikca as being briunl nna Come! Here's New Health and New Life IT ia Jiov; quickly Wincairnis benefit you .you are Wcnk, Anaemic, Ncr Run Down, Get a bottle of Wincnrnis to-day and sec now quickly it will help you, lo regain your former health and vitality. Remember Iriat your hea it your most valuable poiieui Ill-hralthi upart from (Tie rniiec Nausea, deprives1 you of your right- ful enjoyment and handicaps you in your daily dulTec. Bui good Fieatlli glowing htallh can be yours il you lake wincarnfj. Hccausa it a four-fold power in dealing the health you need. Wincarnia ii Ionic- a icitoifttivt, ft fooJ nil in one. Therefore i( nr.ireltcrgjK, new tlood. iicW nefre force nnJ new vilality. Thai ii wny orer IO.OCO dQciotn rcroiJimeml Winiamis. And il h nl-olho reoion why you ctn tn'-e lha cflTlfti.l (Xit i! cun down, Wi'ncirnTi rnii hil rn Europe lot ihird of a cenliry. Thounadi hirfi iTjiibd I till it dii teriorrd them to TiuliK iitd ilfenglfc. Don't cenfvie a tcrfTi the niir infcriof prcpMriiau of appirmllj limilil1 rwlure; Wmcunii Iri (onJclUlUi bee a B loi nctily HO NEW YOJlK--Thc time honored theory ihal Cupid FhooU his darls at rabdnm and does not atop to consider the rhnpn of a nose, the lift of an eye- brow, or the I urn of chin, is directly challenged by Professor Samuel V Page of Oiuahe, Neb. This bold man, a student of eco- nomics and phyFlca, and for long as- sociated with the University ol Kan- sas, made the startling statement that nstlnct warns man away from tbe one-faced women as a male find lures lim lo rounded contours. DuL the in- clleclual brow, ihc straight lipped mouth, (he lialchcL jaw have their ilace in Hie scheme ot things. Al- hough R. on the marriage mar- ket, tbe thin, big-boned woman la In- Inilely more valuable in tbe buatnesa and professional world and ta un- led as a pal and as a "good fellow." The "soft and pliable" type of woman, said the professor, thought chiefly of hcrselt and wanted lo live Ju a roscinlsled world, of love act! ro- mance, whllo the RDcular, Intellectual girl had business capacity aca a bold on man's mind, it not upon bis affec- Lloni. 'Angular Man Best It tho round-faced 1 woman Is the Inner in her assoclalion with men, tho thlD, angular mun with the long face and tbe taut jaw is pronounced top dog m the world of men by Pro- fessor Page. He is more nEgrcosive, more brilliant, more acquisitive. Both, men and women of this typo have' evolved further Uian the individuals of rounded contours, and the lotlg-' faced woman doe3 not attract the lopg-faccd man, who is notoriously In Ihe lead in business affairs, simply because she is too much like him, 'so iho professor says. "However, there Is plenty o[ room in the world for both declared Professor Page, who is himself of tbe keen, Icfin kind. "Contours do un- doubtedly seal the fate of most wo- men- No man could cxpTala why lie iCJ up the fiirl who Is Ills Hal equal and marries some- one who s mentally his Inferior, but whose ace Is sutt and rounded, anil whose orm has mellow curves. Ft ia in- tincLIve and Js simply race protec- lon, hut be has no realization of Ibis. Ic that while he likes o talk ond argue with the ono girl, le would ralliur marry Ihe other. The Rounded Type "The rounded typo (s the perpetua- .lon of the primitive human race that Ivcd In the lowlands where the cli- mate wft3 mild, thore was luxuriant growth anil the fruit was so ripe that It almost dropped voluntarily from tho trees. 'The advanced, long-face type, how- ercr, came conquering from llio fresh aired uplands which bred height, vigor, pure blood and purpose. Tlicy are Hardier, both mentally and physically Thl3 Is because in the early days they had (o UGO tholr brains lo mako a llv- They are lull of nervous energy, will power and reasoning faculties. "Tlio frontispiece of our maRazInea ye us the round-faced girl AS the npfiroved type of fomlnlno beauty. She is certainly true lo thp ancient type but la liHla qualified to tarn her own living, She la essentially domestic marries early and Icings up man: children. Tho tendency.Is lo pcrpr.l uate her trpc, which Ig mnnitcatly nalure'a If Bra will rive you M you wnf give 'you ntw lirK If you are neivom, intniiio [-ivc jron f( you arc IUB- i Ftf SPECIAL OVERCOAT SALE 'TOMORROW, Satur- day, we will offer two lines of men's overcoats at prices that were low even before the prices of clothing took such a tre- mendous jump. OVERCOATS, ALL WOOL, Sale Price OVERCOATS, ULSTER STYLE, Sale Price Louis Keel Block 318 Fifth St. VACCINATION LIVE IS3UE IN TORONTO TOnONTO, Nor. R demon-' alrAtion by B largo crowd In front of the city hall yesterday In pro Lea t against vaccirtnllon because of the flllpojc ecaro In city Jusl W. F.'. parroch, a city school teacher, lftrod that there were more coses of slchneia in Ihc ecbnola since lha .clnatlon of the school children had begun than, At Any time tyhcn the In- fluenza was rnglng last fall, llo said iio would not-be surprised it there was not a case of smallpox In To- ronfo the (Imo, A CO.. WIVCJVMI 78 ANTI-LEAQUER ELECTED OKLAHOMA CITV, Okla., Nov. 11. AV. Harold, llepubllcan candfdalc, and nntl-lcagao of nations candidate, wan olecled ti> congress over Clando Ur-.mocral, by a majority of 700 voles In la-t Knttirday's ppeclal clp.cllon. uncording to complete offlc- Jlal returns as-annuimvdl luilaj' by Ibi oiala election bowrf When buying clothes remember the makers' name is worth looking for. All Fashion-Craft Clothes are labelled thus: In these times when value and true worth are a difficult question you can safely pb your faith to the firm whose label is their guarantee of inside as well as outside quality. At a garment is constructed on the inside so is it either a success or a failure. Regardless of price all gar- ments made by Fashion-Craft manufacturers, are tailored uniformly the same. Sold at 300 thopi in Canada. Locally Louis Keel Lethbridge ;