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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE IETH BRIDGE DAILY OCTOBKtf Armistice Agreement Between The Pol CALDER DENIES UKESVESSaSFOR RIGA. Ocl. preliminary peace treaty arid armistice was signed by the Polish and Russian soviet peace delegates here at'7.10 o'clock v final 1t provides for the re- lurn uf r.-siuysble stale property Ibou.nd'uii with'the economic and f .teasing operations, provided j subject to ratlflcatlor- and to! It'issiau ,aud Ukrainian troops are not obligatory oa Iho exchange of f BULLETIN BMLE! rt. J. A. ('aider, minister of irauiisra- lion and'colonization, in un in- tervlevr this" afternoon, denied the rumor that he Intends leav- ing lha federal cabinet. ''The rumor Is absolutely nu- founded cafB lie with Messrs. Marshall liuiUer, and he became connected 'witU.tha McGregor Ilard- company .ten .yea'rs ago. _-> LONDON, Oct. la.tjtCauadian' sociated The1 Melbourne' cor- respondent ot the Times .cables a prophecy 1 hat In the QaeenBiaui-sUte elections which took' place Saturday, thirty-nine ministerialists have keen I returned as against 33 which will give the sovemtuimt.- i good worklnS majority. Labor's port goes to tbe government.. .The correspondent adds. noVever, that the closeness of the poll -with the reduc- ed labor 'majorities '.rill have a sober- ing effect on Premier Theodo're'6 'po- licy which lately caused Brilisa capi- talists to retuBO to- lend the govern- 'ment money to develop a state" steel plant. "all My Lady may wear a fitted costume with full- hipped skii-ts, or she may .-wear ness of the slender lie.sure to feel the beauty in em- broidery and new 'details of the-earliest of the fall dresses of which we .are now.giving you the first peep at oxu- display.of autunui fashions. NO'INTERFERENCE WITH -v IRISH LEAGUE MEETING far. as can ceived here by. the comuiis- sion from rejiresen- tatlve of the war trade'board at Wash-1 ingl.on. stated that the Inter-State of.thp, frlab Self Determination League Commerce Commission or- announced to be heli In 'JJ ders any the question of cars to. mines in preference" to "any o 3Icfiill_UnneinItv tor dl seclional other uie. The orders: which-. became The 'financial statenicEl up to June' 30, shows a surplus of An. invitation was received from the Calgary .unit inviting the' convention ncit year to thai city. One of .the ipiportant. resolutions was introduced just before adjourn noon and- will be discussed this afternoon. It was introduced by the Winnipeg, unit and deals with the returned soldiers' insurance act. 11 is iioliiteil out-thai this act is inlended loixccru.e to the benefit 'of veterans of air branches of the service In Ihe late war? arid 'it. is the intention of the resolution 'to', have the government iflnchdl the'' title of flic act' in such a way as will 'provide- a will embrace all brandies of the service Biicli as veteran's insnrancie act or ex- BC.rvtco act. The govern- ment will also 'be asked to amend scc- Itioii'-five of. th'e act, relating to rc- effective, on October 10 at midnight are to remain. in effect lie situation Is, well hi. September imports of 'coal Rhowed t enc-ouraging toiie in; that-, th'e itn-j ports during the lasl'balf of showed an increase. bvefithbEe. of the first two weeks. .There yfcre j tons of anthracite and -toils of bitutriinou.s coal, brought .into 'Can- 1 ada iq tjie montbvv is behind in, the; lounagc of anthracite ImpOrteil, there :is a inlerfeienco if considerej necessary, Is regarded as a matter for'municipal rather'than'of federal action, i WILSON CALLS MEETING OPERATORS AND MINERS .._ monthly average for Uie sea? ntcresting' point In conneclion -wllb he Alberta "output. Is the tacl LliaC 000 tons coal ha's been, ex- lortod i3la.fe.ssince-.thls You-ure Yon need Cai- Twi're losing your constipated, bilious! ,-arels tonight sure for your .liver-and bowels, then you will wake -tip won- doHnE what became of ypitr sluggish-: ness, bad or'1 gassy. slomacb. ,Xo Children love Cascarels, 10, ,25, CO cenls. turned soldjera insurance, giving the iiisurcd tho option of providing for '.line policy being payable in a lump completion of proof o? death ...land tbat the'lnslnlmenl plan ot rjay- 1 inent.be not made compulsory. 'A resolution from the Halifax unit on the. eicbftnee situation was with the oplnjon being that the rjues tlon'of exchange was loo large a ont for. th.e. convehtipn to deal with. A message loyally was .cabled'to. Jlajesly the King Another "message was seiit to SIr'Ar lli'u'r Cnrrle eulogizing his wonderful: tlie emjiire anil expressing] willingness to again follow his leader- ship should the occasion demand. "DANDERINE" t Stop> Hair Coming Out; Doubles iU'Beauty. WASKIXCTOM; O.cL toilav notified of anthracite miners 'that 'he --would request a Joint mnetins of uperalora anil miaei-s to lie held at Scranton. Pa., October 18, for'lhe purpose of.iiiljnst- ing any incfiualities-. in the i recent wage award.' light gain.-'in trie'aupply rof Wtumln- us coal BONNETS OFF TO Tlie coal .Albertaj BRITISH COLUMBIA nines in August >as tons, I TOHOXTO. Oc.t. Helen which was nhcail -pf thi; j C. McOill. of the juvenile court of Van- ason. Au couver. addressed, the university wo- club yesterday and stated that Krilish Colur-.bia had n leading, or at le.'ist a front, place. In-social logis- lallon. In one instance British Co- lumbia leii the w.b'fld, according Jo .Judge'McC.ill, that tbe matter, uf-Inothtrtj' season opeucd.Snd tons has been Wosterh Ojitario at the head of COULDN'T FIND t-'LAT SO SHE TOOK HER LIFE' XBVV she could not find a flat where she and hor hus- band anil son could live, Mrs. Anna Schwartz. 5G years old, .hanged her- j self In her room at 148 Beach, Jv'inety- third atrccl, Uockaway; Queen's. IF THESE WAlSfSeOp SPEAK They would tell you of .the perfectness of their materials, the daintiness of .their richness of their and the extreme modesty of one considers the actual value their original cost represents: compared with.lhese remarkably low prices at Avhich we are offering them. A. few ceo Is buys "Dan define." jftfter oil application ot "Uanderino' you can not find o fallen hair or any dandruff, beaidcn every half showi life, vigor, brightness, taoro cuN K GRAIN DEALERS DON'T LIKE FAtjIMERS'AGITATION Oct. of .prgsnizations lo con- trol jiriccs byjcieatins co-operative as- sociations wore scored at today's ses- sion of the Ueaiers' National os- I soclatlon in the .report of the Icglslu- [live comtnltlee..''riie report adds thn i radical organiiallons were Becking to (disregard thc.lnws nf world supply [mill 'H urged nn active ram- paign to combat unrest among farm- i orn aiid promotion of a fair' recognf- tion of the dignity and itiilepcnilence 1 farmers aa a.cure for aitch, unreal. V PARE COMMISSIONER FREEMAN. HE MAX t BE INTEHESTEO TORONTO, Ocl. a street railway company Is re- sponslblt (6r the protection of passengers from insults and at- tacks by other passengers will be determined by an actiorf entered by Thomas and Mrs. Ryan of this city who claims damages against the Toronto railway-be- cause two passengers 'm R street car Insulted them and caused In- jii.ry, to-Mrti ftyan In.-a scuffle....... Chief "Decreases. Due to Goodi: Crops iind Supplies i For Market j OTTAWA. 12. 1 ment In Is.shovSn !'V Ihe rcnorlj Of the living-branr.h of the; iabor (leriirliuent-pteparftd. Etaies that t'iC milet of v'lo'c- sale prices Was flmyn to 82C.fi in Sep- lembcr as" .for' Auaual, C4fl.G for .Inly, for june.irmd 350.0 Trices nrfi still far iflcre than prevailing be- fore thoUvar. -lu Ssptember tho Index number was 141.3 ami In i her it was 13M. v The avprace of a list of 3d slapli! foods In terms of retail (iricca In sixty Canadian rlllca in the middle of September was for SciHc-niber, retail prices, avcrngesfwere low- k for liocf, lard, flour, rolled oats, njgnr and but .higher for bacon, t-gga anil-butler. Coal, wood and. coal oil ivcro: rofi-E averaged slightly louver,