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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XII. ALDEIYTA, Tl'KSDAY, NOVKMUKIl 18, NUMBER 280 ON THIS. Final Vole Under Compromise Program HcinnScl For That Day BIILD HESEHVAT10NI8T 11EPUUUCANS WILL AID Personnel of Ontario's New Farmer-Labor Coalition Cabinet WASHINGTON NOV. ie. Plans shaped up In the ccnsle to- day (or n final vole on the .treaty Thursday under rThl1eTthc national isl iiarty' cfrregericratlon; as well as he middle clnss'paT.ly, elected no rcscnlatlvcs. This Is considered- lificanl as organization-had he support- of "the- alconolisls, or the antj-dry still lain "a majority; .ol'tiVsCals in the senate. 1... ,The Catholic newspaper Libre-Bel concertos (liat the. Socialists aincd'25 seats .In the chamber of. de pipit's and thai the Catholics lost 19 seats. Doubled Qula of With To fKmm OTIT CorrpJDonrtnnlJ FERNIE, B. Nov. total for the 1919 Victory Loan' Is announced today as five hundred and thirty thousand dol- lars, surpassing the record of Fait year, by more than one hun- dred and twenty thousand dol- lars. As {he amount asked wai this gives Fernle a total of acvcn crests on its Prince of' flag and hopes are enter- tained here (hat Fernie-will win tna German gun given lo the'dls- Top row, from lelt ,to right: Manning Doherly, Minister of Agriculture; Peter Smith, Provincial Treasurer; P. C. liiEgs, Minister or Public Works; Waller Hollo, Minister of'Health and Lalor; Harry Mills, Minister of Mines; H. C. 'Xlion, Provincial Meut.-Col. D. Carmlchael, D.S.O., Minister without portfolio. Bottom row, from Jeft lo right: E. C. Drury, Premier and President or (he Council; W. E. Hauey, KG-, Attorney-General; lier.Iah Minister of Lands and Forests; Jl. II. Gmnl, Minister ol Education, New Labor Minister to Settle Disputes Personally Buck To Woi-k Causing Much Anxiety Peace Move Between Holsheviki and Bailie States Gets Under Way LLOYD GEORGE'S RUSSIAN POLICY IS CRITICIZED TORONTO, Nov. >V- R. Hollo, minuter of health and labor, assumed the direction of his department in the parliament buildings today. With reference to his proposed plans of operation Mr. Rollo said: "What purpose doing, Insofar as it will be found practicable, will give, my personal attention lo any question of labor dispulclthat may p.rise. I do not believe that this work should be delegated la clerks or perfunctor- ily dealt with [n letters fro mis- ing 'consideration.' I shall en- gel right Into the trou- ble myself and see what I can do personally at all times to effect adjustments." Europe faces' Coming Winter TORONTO, A.-Van- grand total of the Victory'Loan dcrlip, one ol the- most prominent for the Dominion ofr.Canad. is according to of- ficial figures issued tonight. TORONTO, Nov. Minn., Nov. bclug locked In a refrigerator car for several hours, where lie was placed by tlin sheriff ant] citizens of Ortonvllle, Ernest Lunden, former congressman from the fifth JHnncsola. district, to- day was on Ms' way on a passenger train lo Ihe Twin Cities, more deter- mined than cvtr to conllnue his fight against the league of nations, he said Lund en arrived in Orion vllle last night. Intending lo speak In the "Brit Ish-Wllson league." Crowds gathered In various purls ol over Its quota In B. C. As all the returns .ire not in from Prince Rupert, Fernle'a record may yet be beaten. Great credit !s due to the com- mittee and to their enthusiastic chairman, E. K. Stewart, who has worked untiringly. All the commliuion will be giv- en to ihe.soldiers' memorial fund. SJNN.FEINEKSHAN RIGHT OVER THE COPS UOYMO, Fralnncl. Nov. policemen Grouped arro.sa