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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE urntwmixm DAILT FRmAY. NOVEMBER X, 1W5 IIMIIONAL is se Correspondent) Nov. prob- laaw ol Un oritaU were ih.r in- awuUMial labor conference ilil jpanlmc. H vma primarily itis tt nport from ihe recommending rpeeisl aaafllffrMtlrna lor crlsatal cooiilrlti aonaUiM lid as I 17 IE nfkrd to the sppllca-.lon ot WlOBT dar. wai belcre lie cot .Mr. BanM, Brlibh had niorej the main S-honr n are :o tvntrlt Japinet Ther will 0[ worV a CoTemmml DrlcjM? E. llo arvTied thtt nc- Ot an S-hoar dir .jj ncan a roducllon orldn hoiire dally, a nOe; indusirleB a! Area or tour He addod tie drcliri- lllBt VttMn the neil 10 or 30 Ijears Jap.in hoped to siUin as jreit EUccus In -tloruis is she had cdaptlon of lllp indastrlal EVE- o( In ,enl ltl. mart to the orleulal snd'olSM ooun- hientlbned WM JusllKel. .In- NOT. grilT; M. iTashimolo ro.-o in protest. prcss sun lu hBlllns plead- j ,545. tsornr question ot special ft that the S-hour dny bp enaied to treatment tor oriental countries la to tte other uorkers. to come before the tnteraat- loneJ labor conference. Dlffereoea irlthln ibe Japanese delegation In this reran! hare reached the breaVlng itorters. are." lie aall, "teTeral mil- lloa workers In Jeria asilng lo ba treated as other workers. tell ua that tticte l modilicitloni ol HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION Cute.il, TOfferatl from frana'c trouble :.ibich caused me much Buffering, cud ITTO doctor! decided would hav nolnl- with febali Iroublei U Ljiia R PKlhtra'i prrad a trill tad it will do u mo UAUE BOTS, 1421 6t, N. E., Canton, Ohta. I Komctimea there are. aorioaa exidt- tiona when a kospital cperatia is llUrnatiTe, bst on thtolher hand M many women have beea cond by ihia ?aaooi root and herb remedy, Lraia Vegetable CoDpoano, af la' haTa said that an waa "IB t'mmfj eTMT.wtnntn who wafltaj to ayoid an opentioa should (TM It a ftir triil rabslttuie laea t labor lielejatca hare beea Ashling for S hour working dar. Ther did not succeed, except underground miners fira concerned. Mashumolo, the Japanese workers' irasunsed.bv hli tdtiaors lo I trait the conference In protest- He night iwo ol his ad- Tlsnrs broke Trom his support and now on their way bact to Japan. From all reports, deTelopmrata In the Jap- anese labor situation within the nert tew months shouH be'ot peculiar In- terest. At yeslerday's session the principal decisions during the day were: Approyal ct the main draft of the _______ employment conycnllon and reference to reiult that water levela have ralaei and num- bers of cattla and horaea have drowned ID croMlng the thtnly-froien alreams. thus awollen beyond their usui.1 rroportloni. It IB expected that Ihe tMver calck ol latlludo 66 will be about the >ame ai lait year, when, with a lar orren feaioo, iklna re- ported. Tine wen to Ihs IOT _____ ._._ ____ _______ ______ en o[ property or their Menu In the I ernmeiit c.cd told at an price LIEUT-COL. HERBERT C. COX Ot Toronto, wbo won OftlftcrV Cup from 14 enlriee at the XBTT Yort Horw Show. Col. Coi lot only car- ried PR cup .will] KUccfleld, bin also look eeccuil place with Sir-ami, both from fits b'arta at OaXTilfo. indicated with an open aeaaou o[ flO per akin, 76 cent. of aitudlng to April "0. There will be Iproceeda icing to the tripper. PROTEST COMPOSITION Of LABOR GOVERNING BOOT WABHIWOTOK ton of tbe bo4r tetttd _____ dtAxatM tram Mta South aid riaWManbattTX {ndi JatMa. Chlu and Hnral ot aWeth coutrUiv. H. H. dclatraU trom riiiii, kas joaui In ptviMl wml'h Uio form ol a tiat Labor ol ttaivpHttJon ol rflkf.1 taw rrmlu tau JO o( boir of CanUlu verkwi' wve. nnxatil In UnA dlaoi ruklBC a rMbt, did not aanetd In dlrtet V-Jf erfat, u .'E. FirAhAni Medicine Lynn. 'e. Tns result Lit your Krvio appoint a commlislon which. giving due regard to the sovereign richts of each stale, woold consider measures regulation of Migration of Op a motion from Ihe South African employers' delegate the resolution was amended to provide 1na representation of European stales on the commission should be limited to with employers and workers In each country In the Industries adopted by El to 16. Canadian vote tor: Senator Robertson and P. M. Draper; against: E. Dlake Kobcrtson. Hon. X. TF. Rowell did not vole. Recommendation that each state taVe iteps to establish an effect' system ot unemployment Insurant adopted by 66 lo 3.. Canadian vote lor: Hon. N. Itowell, Senator Robertson and P. M. Draper; E. Blake Robertson. There.was. considerable discussion rer'a resolution'that the f of the Intenu tlonal labor officers NOT. importation many LhouEands of gallons of [er from America as a result of pro- hibition there has caused alirm in the rtEh dlsUlJIng Irade. War restrictions haye greatly ham pered the Irish Uade. The distillers were prercnted In the 191C-17 season from making the usnal quantity ol whiskey. The ncil year ihey were closed down altogether and even in the present year were only permittet! to'mahe a reflucEd supply. The prlceB, oC course, went up act distillery shares aiyanced on the slock exchanges. American whiskey can easily be sold at a lower price, than the Irish article and it Leing freely taken up by the Irish retailers. One provincial bonder is lo have pale nearly in duly on his coo si guinea ts. TVbat the distillers an afraid of it is that the AID eric an spirits may be bonded or "fated up" and sold as Irish or Highland whig- IPfi !uL Nov. Froa carries the following frviu an Ottawa correaiKmdeul: wliat Is the longest record or iclive flthtlng o! any officer who erved from-Canada, two colonels TTCO rent O.VBT with the first Canadian ton- Ingenl and In September, 1916, were econded to the Imperial serrlce for Russia, have Jolt returned home' to Canada'. Thoy.arc Col. JRCK. Lcckle. 1th D.S.O. and several French" and Russian decorations, formerly of Ihe .6th Battalion, RDd later acting hrlgft- dler at Folkestone, brother of Major- Jen, commanding In British Columbia; Bp.d Ueut.-Col. An- derson, an original caplalu of Ihe 9th Dattallon, who was cap- ured nt Yprei on April 21. 1915, and .ater escaped from Germany, Sept, 2S, the same year. Anderson later be- came ffimoui for hli sniping and scoot- ing "school" at Sandgate. There were 18 officers and 74 ser- geant instructors aent from the Cana- dtan force on thla eipedltion. They were not flghtlnj; nndcr at Murzoanek or anrwhero near Vladivostok. They were part of a forlorn allied expedition which the British authorities lent north to In- struct the Hustfaa reserves afler the Incidentally the mana, who controlled the railroads In the territoryb" Intended to make a sub- marine station J.At first they were, wojklnj; within" the Arctic, )utl gradually they beat the tick un- til they arrived In well nourished, fer-1 Ule agricultural country. A Two-Fold Message Dealing With Clothes and Christmas Giving! There's amazing to and over- They have dash without flash." Sold by Macleod Bros. The Great. of the Greet Weft of tbe total membership the commlsilon. As anflended tho resolution was carried. Canadian Trorlera apd employers' delegates rcrt- ed topether In support of the amended resolntlon. The Dominion govern- ment delegated did not role. YesLorday there waa evidence of difference In Ihe economic views ol the new organizations and of the old, Ihla particularly'la regard to the Eug- featfon of International control of raw material, International control of Im- or -workers from one "slate lo another. On these subjects, Hon. N. W. Row- ell, Canadian, government delegate, .ed Aome strong comments to make. It rnlBhL Juat as well lie clearly un- ne said, "that tbe cations which hare raw materials will deal them aj Uby believe fair aod in the national Interest, but (hey nd.l deal with l.iem by their own menU, tbetr own legislatures and tbey wl'l not accept international regula< tlons with refeience to the control ol their property. "Let me go one step farther. Wllli reference to iromigration, I "think 1 apeat tbe sediment ol tbe nations on this continent, nortli and south when I aaj they Trill control the char .acter ol.lhelr own population. They {will do It fairly aad honorably, bu hey will cot accept any Internationa I el Iteration 3.3 to vrhtj would com lose ihelr own population in tbe man igemcnt and determinallon of thel liUzetuhlr. or of the rights that cltl :ens Eliould enjoy within their own .errJIory. H the gentlemen ol Ibl conference iriah to put In the month the opponents of the league o nations argtimenls to prevent 1t9 ac cepianco by tbe nations In this con 'orence lliey are Ihs right about It. Ml us recogniw thai ihl in was created for great purpose and pursue them wlU out seeking to bring withfn onr pu mature that arc qulto the icope b! the donTerence and at working against Us permanent Into cits and Ha future." Crrtlclzta Jap Government WASHINGTON', NOT. Aloxh- amcrtOj labor dolcgclo from Japan, speaking today In the International labor conference, characterized his jgoTornmenl as, "an autocracy which 'is thq enemy of social key. One interesting fact stated Jn the Dublin papers ia at present DO mcrican whlshey Is aold In Dublin such. EW ITALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER TAKES POST PREMIER AT COU.NCIL MEETING! OTTAWA, Nor. first cab- net meeting since the return to the capital .of Sir -Rohert. Borden wna con-; 'at noon the nunliteK remilnlnf ID session until after. 1 o'clock It Is nndereiood. that the .log was devoted largely to a discos-1 ilon ot several Important matters with which the government mnat shortly deal. ROME, cbalsloa, the new Tlallau minister of ore IE D. affairs, attended hla first cf the council cf mlnlslen eaterday, the re signal Ion of his pre- ectssor, Tomaaso TlUonl having pen accepted. Rear-Admiral Qraj31 as heen appointed Italian delegate to he naval section of the league of oat- ons. 7he old house at G3 Prince at., Xe In which James Monroe, fifth 'resident of the U..S. died, was sold t auction for JUGOSLAV INTIMATION PARIS, Nor. Jugo-SIav delegation has sent a note to the m- preme council railing attention lo the I troubles all around the Adrl j allc fend E a flag that Ihe situation may so develop as lo oblige In j late military meauarca to prevont furtber encroachments. Receipts of Ihe note by tlie supreme council was announced today. Detroit club women claim police. Justices let good looking women go free- MEOANTIC REACHES HALIFAX HALIFAX, N'.S., Xor. an uneventful trip of eeven daya from Urerpool. tho While Slar-IJoralnlun Megantlc arrived lu port (his imorriihp and docked at pier (wo. On boaCd were over passengers, of frhom 00 were landed here. The will leave this afternoon for where she will her remain In ff passengers dnd cargo, Among thoso landed here tfifs morn- fng were 13 officers and ,73 oilier ra riles. Health One cannot over-estimate the value of health as a business asset food is a splendid aid in placing any marts feet on the health road. Full of nutriment, de- licious, economical. "There's a Reason for Made by Cinsdian Poslum Co. Ltd.Wndwi' Onl. Here's a double with Suits and Overcoats for one thing and with practical Christmas-giving for an- other. In the first place take up Clothes: We would like to have you call and inspect our very complete showing ol Fit-Reform and Society Brand Suits and Overcoats They are the most economical "BUY" you can make because, though in some cases we may have lo ask a little more than you will pay for ordinary clothes, the difference in price is nothing to the difference in quality. The points of superiority in these clothes are. their belter hand-tailor-; ing which insure the permanence of their shape, their distinctive style, .f their long service quality7 Fit-Reform or Society Brand label in a suit or overcoat-is a pledge of Complete Satisfaction. If you get anything less than complete satisfac- tion in buying any thing; are not gelling y9uv fnoney's worth. DONl1 DELAY YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING! Buy now before the rush and while selections are at their best. NEW MODELS IN YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS JUST ARRIVED. In three quarter length, close flUing bolt line Prices to WAIST-LINE SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN Sizes 33 Lo 38. Prices to ULSTER OVERCOATS In plain or belted models.. Prices to MORE CONSERVATIVE MODELS IN MEN'S SUITS Sizes 35 lo 48. Prices PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR MEN- HOOK Bath Hotue Slippers Sweater Coati Plain and Fancy Silk in Hole- proof and other makes. Gloves, Dents, and makes. Silk Neck Scarfs Neckwear, prices 7Sc up. Fancy Arm Bands Silk Suspender Sets Perrin. Drets Shirts In Jaeger and Cluett Fancy Silk Shirts Pyjamas in Plain and Fancy Club Bags Suit Cases Travelling Sets Canes, Etc., Etc. Plain and loktal Linens Plain and Fancy S3ks Motor Rngi, Dr. Jatgers Sole Agents for Dr. Jaeger's Woolen-; of AD Kinds for Hen. THE CHRlStMAS STORE FOR MEN McKelvie THE "2" M'S McGuire Largest Diitribnton of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Kirkham Block Leihbndge ;