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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta s.mmruv, XOVK.MIIKH 15, LrcTHBninr.E DAILY PAGE THWTHM illiSUWE PRINCETON WON HAVE.S1. Conu, Xor. 15. Princeton won lhs soccer with Yato today. 1 to 0. Birr 23 children carried out ol one com- deao. Wo rescued the remain- der." 6PLS1 V I'.l .Suv. ft itil.llon [iar- ,.j la ibe uiiU-AA liumojlatu roliei la ino- the ojilulim ol Col. WiLilJiu Killed blgh cdriiinUiiioiiu in who loff I'arls lui night for j Tin Li at'.'.-i InYlnu uoufL-rru-J wlih dclo- 'tniLfa to i bo for tli-f' ijB. !v.o Onu AriiiP.iSins anJ Turklsli iiu'.v are Ilviiif A terrible ox- lit the Ar'niKilm hu eiya, "Tf.cre TV 111 Lo no htArvosl i'ol-. yu.ii-' ilicro aro no catllo; houses havo ______ I.U'IL ucdirovnil and there Is nolthoi1 no'r cioihinfe.' iu Ontario Farmers' Taper i o.. homolcsi families aro UT- Jn, 1. ti'rriWe conJI.fQti. thousand orphans nto lot-. In 40 orphan Elgb- EOII" a Un- derstood to Have Miide Of- fer to Irvine i buds nre provided In ho K have maintained brea-l i i.r.d'soup Michuns, which havo j-Lil-d i-oiulledj Uiouaaude. In alone, uirJer- children receive nourish- CAUUHY. N'ov. William Irflpe. editor of The Western ludc- pondenl, trie official organ ot Ihu UnlUd Farinors of Albert H, has re- ceived an offer of the editorship ot .l.'.Iiy. Tho starving clii.ilrcn by Fanners' Sun, the United KnrmerF xro salheml ia cornyonnds Of QaUrio political organ. Jn Toronto. When fiuostloncd concerning tbo offer, Mr. IrrlDQ ncliultteJ that he had re- ceived It, but hail not ret made up" his mind and probably would give an tinker within two Tho On- tario paper bui plan? ere being made tu change It oier to a dally newspaper. lake oftklkls sr.d wo c'ivi'o ol as many as posslblle. "iJiirlug my visit ul T SLOANS rama'ja pain End rcha Liniment, kcpl hnrjy, brings gralirylng relief. RliKl'.MATK.' iwtnscs eise So io slirt Jolnls. lamn bacli. mili- Country Scores (iKlit LONDON, N'ov. (oo'.ball ihc coiinlt-r-irrlinnt Sloaa's rcsulU lotlny: produces. I Flnt Division Shis uM Taniily friond liandy' Instill liltln Ipnvlng no .skin strtn.s. or cloKgecI You oimlit lo liecp a bottle hnnily always, l All (InusslRts. Tlircc 70c, il] Cannila.) MRS. (JUDGE) A. MURPHY "Jancy president ol Ihu federated Women's Inslilutos of Can- ada. Printers Take Attempt Arbi- tration of Strike LAOY ASTOR IS A BUSY WOMAN TODAY PLYMOUTH, Nov. Lady Alter, who Ti a candidate for mem- ber, of parltiminl, wai one of the flrit women to voie 'the opening of the pollt late today. la activity throughout the dlvlilon. LONGSHOREMEN ACCEPT 70 CENT HOUR WAGE Dress Gloves- of DISTINCTION Ask to be shown llie .newest dainty styles. Ashtoa VHla 2, West Bromwich Al- bion'4. lUricklrarn novera 2, Monchtsler Clly -1. Holtoti .Wanderers 2, Arsenal 2. 13radfonl City 3. Bverloi. 3. Chelsea 4, Prcslon North End 0- L.lrerpool 3, Bradford 3. Mancliestor United 0, llurnlor Nolls 2, SUnrtcrland 2. Old Ham A. 1 Shoffleld Unlled 0. Sliemeld Wcdneedav- 2, Dcrty C. D. FIRST LEAGUE Second Divlilen Blackpool 1 Fulham 1. IJrlslo. 1, Stote 2. Olaiiion Orient 2, Leeds Clly 1. IIuiTdcrsncld 6r Corcnlry 0. Hull 3r Banisley 1. Ilolhcrhaiu 0. 3, Qrinuby Town.l. South Shields Xolllngham For, 2. SlockporL C. 3, Lincoln City 0. Tottenham HoUimra 2, llury 1. Unlled 1, Fosse 0 6, Dirmlngham 2 SOUTHERN LEAGUE BrlBhlori and: II- 2j.. Queens Park aneors 3. Drcntfonl 0. Crystal Palate 4, Gtlllngham 1. Merthyr T. 2, Rrlstol Hovers J.' Mlllwall A. 0, S win don T. 2. Northampton 2, Swansea T. 2. Norwich C. 2, Southampton 1. Newport C. 1, Cardiff 3. Portsmouth 2, Exeter City 0. South End United 3, Luton Town 0. Watford 3, Plymouth Argyle 0. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen J, Kllmnmock 0, Albion Hovers 2, Queens i'arh 0- Ayre United Celtic 1. Dumbarton l, Parttck Thlatla 1. Fa.klrK 3. Si. Mlrren 1.- llcarls 3, Alrdrlcoiilans 1. Hath Hovers "l, Dundee 3.- (Four games, postponed on account Nov. by iho United Stales of the reservation io Article 10 or (he-league of nations covenant l.i considered Insulflclcnt 10 draw an official1 decJaratlon by tho British government as lo its allilutlc. It la pointed out Uial Ihc rcEcrvallon nas not been nlgned by President Wil- son. Moreover, It Is noted, unlit the United States nsfcs Great Britain (o consent, 11 Is Impossible to forecast what Great Ilrliam's response wilt be. Tho position of Great Brllain at Lhe inomenl Is beltcret] to be that Ihc treaty ia rfrtually a fintsned product and that fho fs strongly inclined lo support the pad sha already has signed. The general belief cjipres here is IhtiL Ihc senate's rescrvallon, proved, would neccssitntc n. new- treaty, since (ho reservation Is hcli to render worthloss ouo of its car dlnal clrtusca. fn view of this gravft possibility, Orcal Jirllnln's (uliirc nltiludo is ne- cessarily problenialkdl until the Unit ed States has reached a Unal deci- sion. If Hiere have been any conver- sations between British and French statesmen regarding Ihc matter, they jhave been unofficial and private, it" is declared. NEW YORK. Nor. chapels of "Ulg S.SL" tyrographlcal un- ion today took the Initiative to forco "vacationist" members ct the printing Irarla back to work and lo submit tbcir demands lo arbllralion. Tbe movo- nicnt origtnated with the chapel of the N'ew York Tribune and was endorsed by the chapel of the Sun to Jay. Oc-solu- ilona adopted ask that tho men bo or- dered back to work anil It was said that unless olHcials of the "Big Sli" aclopled a program that may lead to a settlement. International u'lficera will c called In lo take charge of the slt- Ulon. The newspaper chapels havy islsted the strikers by donating- ir> cr cent, of their wanes for seven eeka since the "vacation'' started. ANITOBA PROVINCIAL COMPTROLLER RESIGNS WINNIPEG, Nov. ent ot tho resignation ol J. Gordon [ecle, provincial comptroller-general, lio (s leaving for Ncn' -York, was ade today. Treasurer Kdwarfl llrown aleJ that a rclurncd eoldler probably ould be appointed Lo Ibe position. ST. JOHN. N.B.. Nov. a meeting of tonpihoremen tots after- noon the men acceplod a new offer of the steamship interests ol 70 au hour, Tit men demanded cenU an hour were yeiterday offered 65 cente by the shipping companies. Tblc was refused this morolnE and (be Dew rate of TO conts ivaa aubitl- tutc'] anil accepted this afternoon. OFEUKPLl Suggestion on Eczema EASTERN RUGBY Tliird minrlcr: I.' McGill 21, Vars- Ti inlic Jur.t ,1 low moments in and -isk us what our cspcr- CURTAIL THREE. lus been in tho w.iy of grateful! CORNERED FIGHTS customers vllli (ho soothing wash 'of nita, D.U.U. Tour inonty back unless II.? rlrsl boUlo relieves J. IflginliDlJinni Co.. Md., dritffpisls Aclvcrl. Recommends Internal Bath- ing for Files and Constipa- tion. WINNIPEG, Nov. Aa ciyic nom InaMou clay appronclies IL becomes in- evident that the effort made to Bvotil llirce-coTPrecl contests will bn successful and the election will be a straight tight between the candl' dates of the labor party and the fnc- 1 lion opposed to Iheir program, wlikli, among other tilings, calls for reinstate- ment of city employees who lost their positions as a result of Joining In HIP sympathetic strike lait summer. PARIS, Nov. [ailure the peace conference lo expel tbe Turks from Europe would spell bank ruplcy of the M. Venl zelos, .tha Greek premier, lo the Asso elated Press loday. "Neither the Greeks, Bulgars or Jtr.tnanlans wil constrior the Balkan tiucstlon setllci so long as Ihe Turks remain In Eur Venlzelos continued, Neltled al the Interpretation given hy" the. press ID the supreme council'! letter .to him on Wednesday last Premier Venfzelog said that ttie coun ell. far from approving .the finding: ot the commission, wrote' "The supreme council, while ad milling a good foundation for the reservations you haTO. taken, can no find Ibnt the results ot Ihc Inrcsllga tlon 'may he regarded as cnll vicious." JELLICOE ARRIVES IN VANCOUVER lo pprfcct heallh l.y lie there M'culil ho a ,1. II. Oscorlc In every VANCOUVER, Nov. DRlllo K iiMpIc who Buffer from constlpv N-cw Atlmlrnl tiea. pile? and tbe many IllJ rcsi.lttnc Jelnroe ol, cnlercd Iho harbor ncciiiiinlnlcil waalo In Iho Intel- bctore 2 o'clock Ihor. ,_vfl-.ilil rcallzu wliat Uic J.U.L. a Casn.irlo Is .lomc for -or accompanied by other civic officials, arc being .lully rcsjorsd bmrM tbo .varsHir, nnd cilrntlcd tho cltf'a ivelcomc to Ihe rllstlniuEshcd Fnllor. Since Icitlni Viclorln iT.-iiiian Itlaya.ago (ho Nsx- Zetland lias been ,lr. h. ot t-rccn northern wafers. Admiral rr. wnlcs: "I a ]cmoa taacarta (ram you siljaiil Un roo.UUs he', will leave