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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lllDAY, XOVUMNKU 1-1, Tin-; ur DAILY I PAGE NINE. Lyceum Speaker Deals With Class anil Co-optnttion of Classes Industrial unrest ca'iBcJ by class tvirfaro aud ihe spread of Ilolshoviritn were tho principal Dinners discimeJ ty Mre. PanhburM iu Wesley Church rii evening. If rumo in the meeting to hear some- thing o( the of the sulf- ragetles in the when iheir inllt- was In evidence, liters was dlv appointment. Thu spfzkfcr ilM not dwi'l] i'ii tho breaking of ivInJuwj and 1--.V "IV. and Mouse" i incidents, aa de rotiMl ir. liucuer sirltis. merely rt-ferrcj to theso In passing ai part of Iho ol the vromon to put an einl to class distinctions. In women beint; deprived ol ilie privl- of vuilTip. I'l'.-.ikhurst, la a well thought nut duil n well delivered address, ciioic to Fpeafc o: wlnt her organization had ilonu !n the war and how, as women, i hey had lii'lfc--) in women's v.-nr '.Torii, :mil vlH'n tho wan declared, forgot; all Their sutfraKeUu iirai-uganda, pro-i Helming U-CK In diailnctlon in a gno'J many of tht inicca Iii2l had ilcclared. the t cr hid rcllcious- B'Slehsvltin a Tyranny }lrj. i'.i iik hunt denounced (lie Ilol- sficvisi nuivc'rc'.st ai'd first wljiii that spe'.l, In thnt Led vlslleJ :mil .hid r-jcn n-ju'.ia o! the yiryco'JiiceJ a tyranny nf the rev: nvor [lie inimy. Tha neas- of vbo i" tm-.ilL Kt-Idlugs L'.eH 50 Tier cent, nf ilie area ol wore eppo'ed lo llolshcvism out iliry in submit by force. Tin- induslriul uniost. V.ff. hi'.rst pu! down to German propoganrta. She vcji'rrc'l In scr.ihiug terms to tlio philosophy of Kirl Mriri wlia she said, hud U'tl the seed or the present unrcrL KHi; herseLf lull hciil Ilic Socialistic measles, but slic got over It, anil it wna n gaod tiling ly have got the disease lo have realized ciaclly wlnii, ii vas. i Women and the War The main of .Mrs, was tho nay In which the euff- 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' scribe rs. I THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA FIVE NEW CASES; TWO FATAL SLEEPJNG SICKNESS IN 'PEG WINNIl'KG. Nov. new cat PS ul Iclhiirglc tiicepla' lltij, Including (alul ones, were reported to [tie lie a Kb ulllcer today. IMs the total tiumber of deaths lu four and tbo total uuuiber of cases (o 10. All Vhe victims are tduUs. According city health authorities nil these have been corulnj an for several driys and In no rase haa it hoeu foniagloo inat has caused tue trouble. WASHINGTON, D.C.. Nov. There Is to bs no corn promise vJth the Bolshevik government In by the Unittd States and no movement la contemplated offering to confer with Iht Bol- ehtvlk clement in that country, It learned today at Ih- slate department. Offlclali aald that there had been rfo exchange of notes Itlween the Orntk govern- ment and tho Brltiih cr any gov- ernment concerning Euggetfioni that i conference with the Bol- Bhcvlft undertaken FRANKFORT GAZETTE 15 BANNED 3Y FRENCH MAYENCE. Nor. 14. (HavasJ Gen. (loulte. commander of the allioil of occupation on tha Hhlne, has (or! i Id Jen clrculatioci In tho Pencil tcne of the Frankfort Gai- etto and thy Frankfort Volkesieltuoie, becauao thu now spapers publlabeil slanderous articles Egatcsl tbe French a-utLorltlej. MAKK IMPERIAL ARMY j STAFF REI'HKSENTATIVE OF ALL THE DOMINIONS j LONDON, Nov. U--The houee counnoiij army committee hts for-] wardel to Ihe premier an eijuc-tslon o: me ovcraeae uominioos at the Terence of which means u in be at a central wllh brauches In each part of the Empire renioTed eutlroly frotn the Jurisdiction of the vrar office. Silk fringe Is E.III1 extensively On all Bergc and ivool dresses. When your mouth like all meu tbiags you ever dxcd togetber, uca you Pmi Your mouth is a good iodicatioa c! Ac coadliloa of Btooucfa md BEECHAM'S PILLS compared those vho engineered them i IB ilic of children. wtnt! (o Riiciia to combat the work ot a group of British pnciflsls who went. there lo ask Ruiala to make terms Tijh CarruflDj'- Tnp adilreis was altogether an to- (cresting OIID. The laken Her. Cragp. The nfxt Hern on the I.yctuni pro- gram will .bo the Orchestral tuter- taiders la te held XOT. iStb. llold'l'rofcssor Asserts Tnslinct Turns Men Away from Hal- chct-Faccd Woman -AS :es had turned their energiea to i htlplng toTrards Trlnnlng tha Thero was not a great deal new In: what she nalrl BS to the war actiTltles of the women ot Great Britain, but ehe !iiii..ihe for women, in how" they had showed Ihemaelvcs in Iho war. In very admirable rasliion. Slie referred to the faults of Irade unions I in their ruler; and in their opposition o ivomen lislug HllowerJ to engage In XllleJ trades, In the munition workj II that the unions held could only bo done by skilled vrorkerB WAS learnt IT Ihe u-omen In UIF course ot a coaple if weeks. Mrs. PanTchuret reTerred to the part her organization had taken In recruit- The women were veil abla to advance their arguments, ia that they had trained themselves to speak In public and lo puL tip areumonta for heir this, held them ID good stead' In their recruiting campaign. Speaking on the strike ot tho Welsh miners, Mrs. Paokhurst put- It down to Iho travelling delegates who came from tho torelgti quarters ot the big cities and taking the place al the pzlrlollc miners who hert enlisted spread Ihe gospel of unrest as part "of Ihe German propoganda. Hut to the ehnme of the nation there wore British men who Look part-In It. n accents of pride Mrs. 1'ankiiu referred to the fact that nine-tenths o! the shells that went to tho front from GreaY Britain "were' made bj wnirip-n nnd that the best shells the Allies liad were work ol the wo men. Mrs. Fankhurst. allowed hflraelf and well Informed In dealing1 with In duslrlal unrest nnd cltiss war. She denounced Blrikoa as being bruial Come! New Health and New Life IT ia Jiov; quickly Wincairnis benefit you .you areWcnk, Anaemic, Run Down, Get a bottle of Wincnrnis to-day and sec how quickly it will help you, lo regain your former health and vitality. down, Wi'ncarnTi will Tou TtlalSly. hit firawt hi Europe lot third of a cenliry. Thounadi hire Iliil it 'hii tetlorcd them to nuliK And Don't conlvte il frith the niir infcriof prcpwriirai of appirmllj rwlure; Wmcunii kwlf, the UlUi bee a B foi nc Rcrncmcier lhat your licallli your moat valuable poncsiion, Ill-health, upart from trie miiccyit tausefl, d'ri'vea you o( your right- ful enjoyment and JiandicapJ you in your daily dulTec. Bui good heallh Blowing htallh can be TOUTS il you lake wincarnij. Hecauso it a four-fold power in crealirg the health you need, Wincarnia ii Ionic- a icitoifttivc, blncd'iR-lcrMinH ft fooJ- I V Wf .ill in one. Therefore il piomolti -A force new vilality. Thai ii why OTCT IO.OCO iBC.oirtTnentl And il M the reaion why you cm (ho cflTlfti.i (Xit i! cun tfivcyou health. If yoi nra WJ n-.v> If ye five you M yen jir.ar-rrJr. (vill give you ntw ijrh ff you are neivoui, [-ivc yon r, r w_ r r rv c f arcf ._ If you are lun- Sleeplei F.f A CO.. AVJiVmr NEW YORK--The time honored theory thai Cupid FhooU hi.s darls at rnctlnm nud does not atop to consider the rlinpn of a nose, the lilt ot on eye- brow, or the Him ol chin, U dircctly challcneed by I'rofesaor Samuel 1'age of Oiuahe, Neb. This bold man, a student or eco- omlcs and pliyrlca, and lor long as- oclalert with ihe University ol Kan- as, made the starlling statement that nstlnct warns man away from the ong-'accd women as a male find lures im to rounded contours. DuL the in- cllcctual brow, the straight lipped nouth, the hnlchcL jaw have llicir ilace in Hie scheme of things. Al- hough R. on the marriage mar- Let, the thin, big-boned woman la In- Inilely more valuable in the business ind professional world ami ta un- etjualed as n pal nnd fl3 a "good ellaw." The "soft and pliable" type ol woman, said the professor, thought chiefly of hcrselt and wanted lo live 11 a rose misted world, of love and ro- mance, while the Rnc'ular, Intellectual girl had business capacity and a hold on man's mind, i[ not, upon his affcc- tloni. 'Angular Man Best It Iho round-faced 1 woman Is the irlnnar in, her assocloJion ivitb men, tho thin, angular mun wilb the long face and tbe taut jaw is pronounced top dog Jn the world of men by I'ro- resEor Page. He is more riEgrcosive, tnoro Brilliant more acquisitive. Both men and womea of this type have evolved further lhan the individuals of rounded contours, and the I oils- fnced doe3 not attract the long-faced man, who is notoriously In Ihe lead in business affairs, simply because she la loo much like him, 'so tho professor says. "However, there Is plenty o[ room in the world for both declared Professor Page, ivlio is himself of the keen, hind. "Contours do un- doubtedly seal the fate of most wo- men. No man could explain ivby be nsECJ up the girl who Is his mttrlleo nal equal and marries some- one who s mentally his Inferior, but whose ace Is sott and rounded, anil whose orm has mellow curves. It ia in- tinctlve and Js simply race protec- ion, buL he has no realization ot lute. Ic that while lie likes 0 talk and nrguc with the ono girl, would ralliur marry the other, The Rounded Type "The rounded typo (s the perpetux Ion of Ihe primitive human race Ivcd In the lowlamb where the c.ll- nialo wft3 mild, thore ivas luxuriant growth anil the fruit was so ripe that 1 almost dropped voluntarily from tho TfrOg. 'The advanced, long-face type, how ercr, came conquering from llio fresh aired uplands which bred height, vigor pure blood and purpose. Tliey nr congress over Clando Weaver, Ur.mocral, a rnajorllr ol 700 voles In la-t Knturday's ppeclal clp.ctlon. uncording lo i-oinnlele offlc- Hal returns as-aiiniiiuive'J Ijy IbS visile election boar4 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 pin 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 thopt in Canada. Locally by Louis Keel Lethbridge ;