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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVESIHKll 2y. lUl'j IHK PAGF. F1FTF.RS HIIPEGMIIOFELECIN Will Have Deciding Vole Hul Ikclarts He Will Use it Fairly U'IN.S'lPKG, Nov. Ihe i-rrblal calm nrlslch follows a storm, ;ho iiniospbeTu at the city hill loilay i direct contrast, to that hia praYai'od during Ib5 month. Suc- reJdful cindldalea ?.r-i I'oncruLulatlui; oilier and thn lofeni arc taking in gccj part. There Is regret ai the defeat of Alder- man It. H. llauitln In ward six. Asfcqi If tho re would ba a recount. Alderman slated today thai it was being takoii up by his commit- tee. Personally, ho u-aa sallafled ihtt his opponent Lad secure! u majority I Imi if tliere word epollcd balloU 1L ntlgliL mufco a recount world whi Mayor Gray said lhat while ho ap- preciated the fact thai greater re- sponsibility had been placed uyon hta Ihe i-Ulzeas need have- DO 'J will act with fairness and JueUco to he eald. "I am goins to the C. P. R. slops at the first opportunity to 'thank the men there who voted (or me In spite of Ihe ihreals of sonic of tbe olher Lo Numerous congratulatory messages wore rpffrlTOd by the mayor today. Kev.- changei resulted from yester- day's polling in the suburban muil- rlpallilcs. tho majority of tbo reeves, cot: tic II lore and school being cither returned by ncclaraallon or by large majorities I PnM Comment 1 WINNIPEG, Nov. Winnl-] WE Telegram says In part: "While the election ol yesterday constllules, in tho ultimate analysis, a victory for citizenship over social- ifni, lhat Tlztory was uol underHnfl with flRvors which leave n dark, Liown taste In the mouth. Hidlcula would bi; Hhc oiler people lhat you I an a men who are committed to the VUI--A-. "without a blamUV1 This wish J piaiiorw of Ihe Socialists are new lo rtii bo yours (or tho a klair. Wash octiupr Raven of the ccaU on WiuM D.D.ij., tbo lotion, of heaUnj- oils, over? peg's aldermaulc uoarJ. The other your pimples or blotches and' EeTen are occupied by i up In to find who represent the citizens' View- point aa oppoccil to class BuciQllarrL "There Is no ground (or compromise lolwecn radical soclaltam and 5.in8 rklzunehip; It U nlatu tint litthcrlo Piiorn of any dcftaltc [wver must bu uhsolutc lu power." Tho Krco ProRd says: substantial majority recorded in the mayoralty contest la a patriotic rcTurfaJ labor deinandii that civic ahouW be abaolved. from (Ucfr Dludgca. The polity of the city council In laslsclng that tholr cm- >icej abaiain from sympathetic anJ lhat Jliclr orjanlzatlons be not ullilblo'! wllh outi-lde labor bodEea decisively cndoracJ, Out of 16 con- dis they (labor candidates) uhtahied only fuur eeats. U Is evi- dent that ihe proposal to apply pro- porlloaal reprcscntallon recelrea "con- siderable Etipport the results of Ihe voting. It would enable moieraic opinion to put forvi'ard representatives without l ,f Ibelr competition wllh other (jroupp, resulting In minority rule." The election Issue ol ihe Labor .ViMv.-i hcis noj yet been published. WOULD INDEMNIFY MOTHERS Blotchy Skin Many P. lime you have into 'lie mirror and wished thai, your akin r f one-roan government and thai ic presiding ofilcer of the STARLAND TliEATnE SPEAKER-ARTHUR N. FILMER I THINK OF SOCIALISM" Dcorc Meeting at 3.03 o'clock Everybody Questions and DiacuSslon Allowed. Spcciul MuBic by Mr. Coombs and His' WASHINGTON, NOV. man wage earners, Including those engnoed In commercial as well an industrial workj would be indem- nified for the time Cost during child birth under a convention adopted lojay by Ihe Internation- al labor conference for submis- sion to the various nU for approval. The convention as orlglnilly drafted was amended 10 that re- imbursements would be, protected by the slate or "by of system of insurance." BODIES FOUND ENCASED IN ICE SAULT STB. MAHia Mlcb.. Xov. of ULO five hodies, meni- liers of Hie crew of tho lost (steamer Myron, fouud eocasetl In Ice near WhKu Fish Point and brought hero .resterday, -were Identified First Mate William Lyons, ol Mariiic City, Mich., Second Engineer L-OULI IJQBaton, of Saglnaw, aJid Michael Shea, ordinary seaman, of Toua- wan da, X.Y. RAILROAD MEN TO GO ON STRIKE KANSAS CITY. Mo., Xuv. thousand railroad tralomcu and yardmen of Kan- Fan City arc to go on strike at o'clock Ihls itternoon, ac- cording to an annouDCcment by local Brotherhood of lUilwar Tralcmou officials. All of the railroads entering Kansas CUy will bo affedeU, with the poss'.ote exception of the Chicago. Hock liland BEd I'acKic. The strike vole was lakc-n ibis Diorntng. o OA1KECHIRO FAGAWA Japanese statesman auj editor, T la visiting Toronto, and who erpresies] regret at, tho action ct the U. S. Sen-] ale ]q postponing ratJfic.iiion or peace treaty. Declares Has Proved Him- self Man of Tad Wilh All People, .Madame Clemeiiccau-Jacque Hair, daughter of Ihc "Tiger of was a passenger on La France, Jusl arrived. In New York. Tills distin- guished daughter ol a .rilsllnEulancd father had an American mother, anj speaks fluent English. Fred D. Kirkby Says he is Going to Reduce High Cost of Living He will be in Lelhbridge next week for this pur- pose only. 'Asquiili once said: "Wait and See." Fred D. Kirkby says, Watch for Our And their get busy; you will sure Fred. D. Kirkby "THE HAN WHO DOES" a Battle' of Sloan's Liniment and Keep IS Handy for Emergency, LONDON', Xov. (C. A. The Spet-lator onllplpz-ics the return of Ihe I'rJuce of Wales on Monday in an article attributing; the wonderful EUCCOSS of his trip to >ls absolute cor- roclness and demeanor. The great things the Prince has done on the positive side rlcsenre nl The craiUnde and admiration receiv- ed, though these have Icen overwhelm- ing, Ihe Spectator eays, but the nega- tive side, perhaps, has been n mere remarkable part of (he tour. Tho Prince seems to have made no mis- takes. The difference o[ tone demand- ed among Cauatllan and American peoples made a tasfc ot trying the ab- lest anil mint tactful man ol the crux (or orators or diplomat. Uts, yet the Prince sailed triumphan FAITH IN WHEAT BOARD WINNIPEG, Nov. reso- lutlon expressing faith In Ihe Can- adian wheat board's ability to set the best possible price for thd ycnr's crop and urging the wheat board to advance the domestic price ot wheat to mHlen, wna pasted unanlmouily by sharehold- of the United Grata Growers, Limited, at the concluding cislon of their annual convention here, today. The resolution that the advance of a few centi a bushel woirtd mean a negli- gible advance In the price of bread, which "would etill remain the cheapest fooc'iluff for our people." f LABOR TO HAVE CANDIDATES MOOSE JAW. Nov. civic nominations taking place ozi Monday, nlorest .fa the personnel of the 192-.' ouncil became more nclirc today with the aanouDcemcnL Ihal Iherrl H Lc at least a two-cornered tight j or (he mayoralty between iln5-or" and Alderman W. B. llodgc, who was acting mayor during three months when the position was vacant. will mn candidates in each of the wards with the eiceptlon uf ward four, where AUenmii Harold Fletch- er Is endorsed by labor. Retting cveu Ihe slightest buffet from the waves. Ilia simple 5ecret was hla IF I only had some Sloan's Linl- Iheso trouhletl seas without mcnt! I tow oucn VL.J vts that1. And then when the? rlicuina tic twinge hours of honesl heart wiin the atldlLion of good forgoL III Don't do it', seilEe "id modesty. a bottle'Jo'lay for The writer advises Ihe Prince A "sudden', attack, may to ho lunicd from hla Irlendlv dlsposl sore'mus- toward all honest men, and spec ffrcallr urges him itever to leave go of the hand America1 has heU out and iic now grasps. The TzWng to Cajji. imandiag Guard of Honor, Khcrbrooke, Que. A DOCTOR FINED JT.EGLYA. N'or. first con- icllon in Saskatchewan lor [allure to make- Income lax returns has been islered ngalnst Dr. T. F. Donelly, ol Mcvronn, Saslc. The doctor was fined J600 by Poltce Maglsimte P. L. McMcholl, alter he hid entered n pica of guilty. He was convicted under section eight of the 1917 income war lax and amending acts. IN FORMER PREMISES OF ENEMY N'ov. BANK Jlerch- ants Dank of Csnada will shortly open a branch at Curohill, In, premises formerly occupied by an enemy bank. The manager Is CoL J. B. Donollr, who eerred the COth battalion. Montreal, In P'mnce and had been one ot Ihe Inspectors, i satisfactory beverage. Fine flavor and aroma and it is, healthful. Well made cocoa, contains nothing that is harmful and much that is beneficial. 'it is practically all nutrition.. Choice Rccipa book free. WalferBakerS Co.Limited Established I73O. Montreal, Can. Canada Food Roord License 11-690 .1 the'pain'n and aches resulting from exposure. I You'll goon relievo it wilh Sloan's, Ihe liniment thai penetrates without 3S yeara1 leadership. Clean, econom- ical. Tlirea 70c, (Made CITIZENS of LETHBRIDGE: Arc'largely altcnded meeting of tlic Dominion Lalor Psrtr, held in Ihe I-abor Tonplc on OcU 26th, 1313, It rc'olved to conLcsL Iho vacancies on oijr'Public School Board [or two Iruatees at tlic forthcoming tlocUODB. It Was Iho opiulDii ot Ihoso prcsenL tlial tno lima hud arrived irher tlio of (Ills clly should hare Labor Itcprcaenllitfo.i upon all public. b'ocllK, not only in Iho Inlorests of the workern hul of UIR commiinily at lirRc. Tno caJi'Jidntjj, Win. It. Jl-iwfclns ani! Mr.i, M. B. Jowcll hnvo recelvfirl !hf; unmltnom cudnraallon ol the Lrfibor I'arty; sintl also a vory jininljcr of Ilio ol Tliey nro vJetlged to. work for the following prlDciploB which In. our opinion frill bo of groat to comoi'juily at hirse. lnL TO urnviilo for llii free lasolng ot nil school aiiiipltes lo.nll pupils of tlic pvibllr Ec-'lools In the city. (This has been .done In cllfcw In Alfot'rlii ivhlcli proves llml I.elhnridfc. is again left behind lark ol interest.) i 2nd. Thr.t If it IB nccfaaary lo have our elilldron exam- fncd, wo claim that-il la absolutely csjcntlnl Free Medical, SurEicil and Dental Treatment should bo provided: nnd thai a clinic nil ncce.Mflry nupllancas for perfecting Iho chllJ, should also be instituted wilh nurses appointed to take "charse us In Iho case of CJIjury. 3rd. tlio official Salary Schedule. o( Iho Albci-ta Teachers' Alliance be ndopted so 39 to Iho teacliere' (11 obtaining 3 lilgner lift nnil rnnbla them lu comljut (he Jllsh Coat of Llvlnff. thutr inducing tnaohcra of