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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAIGF TEN IJAiLiV HUDAY, NOVEMBER 'GRITIGISESLEAGUEFOR INACTION IN RUSSIAN GKNKVA. Nov. Immediate ad- tuission oJ Cormany and the other for- mer enemy states to tUo League of Nations was urged the asseai- bly of league today by George Xlcoll Barues of tho British delega- tion. Representing as be did the laboring people of Great said Mr. Barnes, he knew the great majority of nd farther Tht of msdc it to iroaWc Ihe doctor, for in yi-ohat'rfuU y short tinw.'lhc' wcuno healed Completely-" is equally good fortsrtxs, ulcers, cold fa'ood pOt5onfr4 end piles. All dea'trs SOc. Name ol tivd !c. to -IXj Tpronro, brings Box. oncnu ean power. ne daughter when' using I tie1-- m achine. to re the t op off her f i ng we live eighteen miles from a d TAKEiGARE ;OF UATCOUGH r atteritljn'tb it.'siy- lop, it! will wear away, in hat'irhllo.. it may serious" VriJiiry may have'been ilone to the i Jungs- and respiratory thciprolonged, liarsb, ract- iiig.cpughlng.-V- j _ On the first 4.fEn ot a cough or cold ready in the (Jeliberauens of the inter> aalional labor. eslabliibed by Iho league. "The people of'Great Britalu, ivhom W1NNJKRED HAS EPIDEMIC OF SCARLET FEVER (Ktom Our Own Corresj-onJeutV WIN.NU'RED, Nov. has aa epidemic ol scarlet fever. Mr. aud Mrs. Jack Kygg have four children very sick with scarlet fever. WorU was sent to Medicine Hat sev- eral limes to obtain iyOoctor this Mr. Bert CoHbrona Is prosresslng nioely after his operation at Medictue Hal hospital, hts many Irlends were glad to learu. Mr. Cannady mot with a very painful accident era Saturday, Nov. 13. by dislocating his shoulder while jumping from a moving train in haste 1 rep he "do not to get borne, having received word forgot that the Central Empires plung- that be should come home us quickly ed the world Into "war.-' They do notfas possible. Mr. Cannady has been forget, tlie misery and. devaatatlon I working at Dunmbro in the C.P.H. liu( the question now is to yards. Mrs. Cannady and children rescue the. from ruin, and tho cooperation1' of the'former enemy El.tos Is needed." Mr.UarneV iu bis siiooch whlcb was delivered in course of a discussion ou the report assembly made by tbe. executive council of the league, spoke approTJDgly of the action ot the council .ou some iiuestious but critic- ised its inaction during the past year while Poland and soviet Russia were engaged in hostilities. He! cited Article 11 ot the league covenant, pro- vlding that any war or'threat of war should constitute a matter of concern to the whole league and that it should take any action deemed wise, and effectual to safeguard .the nations and inquired why the council bad not taken'action under that art- icle to the Basso-Polish war. Mr. Barnes pointed that the worid was dealing now.'In Central Europe not.with'European kings but with free peoples taking charge of their own The Dutch minister of foreign af- fairs, H. A. Van Karnaheek, address- ed the assembly after Mr. Barnes had the question of registra- treaties. Hd called attention Says King and Grerar Are Jo Forces have been placed under quarantine with scarlet fever. The ladles aid will meet at the Globe sloro rcst room Thursday, November 25th. Mrs. Glyu Phillips aud Sirs. Roy Huff will servo luncheon. Everybody Invited. Mrs. Jas. Larsen entertained Tues- day afternoon in compliment of her Mrs. Mrs. Hon. C. C. Ballaulyne. minister of mnriiio and fisheries, rcceuL'y chow- C-d that ue Liucial party aud the United Farmers party were connected' aud that both wero united In the decUred purpose of -overthrow ing tho present government there. wera Interpretations, of __________.......____________ Mrs. M. J. Collins met with a very to the provision, ol the treaty of Ver-1 painful accident while at work, by sailles wero not binding j running a heavy splinter lengthwise In until they were registered. He said I her left har.d. An ope ration was nec- to remove Iho fragment, The Agricultural Society supper and dance given on November 12th, prov- ed a-perfect success. Mr. Jas. Larsen left Tuesday to cry the big auction sale of Emit Johnson, 12 miles .northwest of Foremost. sisters, Mrs. D. B. Thompson, Wni. Clark of Edmonton, and Fred Phillips of Jaw. Tho re- union was thoroughly enjoyed. F. G. Medicine Hat, in- spector-of schools, visited the junior and senior grades on November llth, and reported the la order and of the highest merit. FriendD of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chris- holm were glad to learn of their youtg daughter, Grace, nicely! from her broken collar bone, caused: by falling from'a chair. I Bill Myrven retum'eM from Medicine! Hat this week, having had dental work j Mr. Geo. Bryant's many friend's were] Our Dayton Correspondent glad to leara of his successful opera- tion last week at Medicine Hat hos- pital. tion No- Recalls Pledge Made By Headers v To His Electors WINNIPEG, Xov. Man- itoba Free will carry a state- ment by J. Reid, M.P., for Mac- kenzie, Sask, In reply to the speech of R. C. Menders, M.P., on tho plat- form of Premier Melghen. at Holland, Wan. It eays that the tariff policy ot the new National party policy was not made five years ago, as alleged by Mr. Heuders, but In November 3918, and tbat tho same platform -was coin- meuded by Mr, 'Menders as president of Iho annual convention, ot TREATY OF RAPALLp United Farmers of Manitoba at Bran- "Whereas, at convontlo at C'armau, this seventh day of Ni v.ember, 1917. 1 have been nominated as a candidate'. lor -tha constituency j of MacDonald la. the ensuing election, I hereby pledgo myself that If ac-l ccpted as a elected, I will give my contlaut and.'uuquallficJ support to Sir Robert lioraen.. Pre- ot Canada, and bis cabinet dur- ing tbe life pt the Parliament: be elected. 1 and indorse the platform of Sir Rpbert .Bprden and his colleagues and pledir. myself to give It my unqualified eupport. "If for any time should arrive when I leel 1 cannot follow the policy of (he Union government win tender my resignation as representa- tive and appeal to the constituency, V---.' (Signed) It. KOiSINSOX." don In J.919. Mr. .says that whilo Ihe member for MacDonald was extolling "the -virtues bt (bo Grain Drowers and that platform tbcu, lie pad jiven the" foiibinog pTeSge to Iho Conservatives' of Carman ROME, Xov. committee on foreign'- affairs ot tho chambsrJ ot de- puties today approved tha treaty of refrainetLfrpni voting.' saying their' party; had uot yet considered the situation'.' Ottawa Attitude On Natwal Resources ;'v OTTASVA, NOT; Canadian ol natural resources ,o tbo westers provinces Is likely to again soon to and all of theso special Occasions. .understand a mbveiiieiit is on foot to give the day' sctool and the Sunday, 'school 'Christmas lime on two separate dajs immediate- ly before that festival. We Ihliik in these times '-bf( reconstruc- tion of both nations and mankind, not overlooking religious rnatters flat, it would be a good idea both, and have It'all on one night.' Our tcvrn and district is too-small to con-i tlniially and. for ever keep up petty! fancies, or old traits, and the sooner some of us think for ourselves, and do what we think to be right a'nd not wait on the other parly to prompt us, the better off socially.we will be. It will not hurt us to try, at least and "see In every Bon and [laughter of Adam a brother or sister of tho.nust." We will como again next wcbk. RECEIVES DESERVED PROMOTION C. M'. who has boon Indus- trial and agent of tlio (Ir.inrt Trunk Pacific Hallway, with, headqtiarlc-rs ID Wfnnipsgi lins appnlntcil xoncral agpnt tit tho Indus- trial colonization and resources de- partment In tho Canadian National liailwny for tho provinces of Alberta and Hrittsli. Columbia, ffilt head- Qutrlcrs ID 322 5th St So. Lethb ridge The Great Clothiers of the Great West5 I NOTICE- THE FUNERAL CEREMONIES FOR THE LATE Mr. HY KOSTOF LIVING will take place at our store, commencing on Saturday, "tte 20th instant, and vrill continue for one Sunday and Wednesday afternoon. No expense will be spared to give the tyrannical old gentleman a gopd aend-off into another world where we hope he will be so happy and contented as never to trou- ble this little old sphere again. Hereafter his successor will be named plain "Kostof Living." Here are a few of his samples of trade: MEN'S SUITS H. K.L. Price K. L. Price H. K, L. Price 'flJOyl 'CA K. L. H.K.L. Trice K. L. Price' .50 28 PER CENT. OFF FALL AND WINTER CAPS EXAMPLES- H. K. L. K. L. K. 'NO RESERVE ON THESE CUTS. WWER WOOL UNDERWEAR Tlgor If. K; ..K. Stanfleld's brand. H. K. L. ?7.BO. K. per AA-.- b., per. Cft suit 54.UU suit. MEN'S OVERCOATS L. Price K. L. Price 'K, L. Price K. L. Price J PAATP (in-Lined IQAIS 50 inch length. Moleskin shell. BEST BUY IN CANADA 20 PER CENT- OFF 20 PtR CENT.OFF WOOL BLANKETS r H. ;K. H, K. L. K. L. -PER PAIR 10 PER CENT.JOFF HEAVY WOOL SOCKS AND FLANNEL SHIRTS 20 PER CENT. OFF MACKINAW COATS AND SHIRTS, 20 PER CENT. OFF SWEATER COATS. GENERAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR; The Store That Satisfies Or Cheerfully Refunds ;