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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNKSDAY, OCTORKIV 13. 1919 uciimmmir, DAILY PAGE KIN? AMI Hiis Temperature of 101 And Is Ordered to Hemain In lied Oct. president ot ihd America Federation o' Labor, confined Lo bU homo hero In a slato of nervous _ex- hanstlon. MEs teinporalure this morn- Ing was 101 degrees and his physician hqg ordered him to remain In bo4. Arinouuccment 'l. oT -Mr.- Gomnera1 breakdown was made by hla secrot- nry when (lie national Ludiislrlal con- ferenrc Convened today. He Issued the following; statement: Gonipers returned home from tho Industrial cdnfejeuco last evening very greatly exhausted and weni im mediately lo bed. llis physician, br Henry Parker, was In to sec hiru, He Found Mr. Clampers In -a stele of nervous exhaustion, vrltb E temperature ol 101.-- The doctor said H would he absolutely necessary [or Mr. to remain In bed." Mr. Gomners' Illness labor leaders from months ol unrein it ting work at iioino and abroad In con- nection tb.o peace treaty, the lnn'd trial.: I found IhqfrM good that I bought more and'two ulcea of Cutlcun Soap ar.d m fifty.cent box o[ Cutlctua OInT- nunl htilcd filtu." MIE. M. Box 99, Bnoe- brldci; 30, 'Jl Cmioini to flnd'pur- OlnlTnent..1b Bohco ejid eootlie Cutlcura TAlcum to pocrdfr SnJ pafanw ire Ideal (ot dnily toilet Increasiriff Production Which U For Prosptrity. of Nation Alfei'Jy one million laei ol rirel soil have been placed under culllv tlon by Canadian Tar veterans, Ihe-aEilatance or Ihe.-country fo which they foughl so valiantly. addlLion lo this, more than sir Ihou and other (arms are now being cd many o[ which would hare bee USE prodiicllro II the returned ier'g had not asauracd nossesslon them. Tho srealer (arm pioductlo which will reiult will te or decide benefit lo I tin nation. Over nine, thousand returneJ sold- iers are actually farming this year through the assistance rendered lo them by a grateful country. The total amount ol money loaneil by the nat- iun to thcao wairioragriculluriats, Tor rarmlne purposes Is' fhe average being 52.960 lor each'soldier- In Ume Iney'wiU illhUve1 repald-the loina'.and In ihe m'eantlmo. the lioil IB bound to trove'an-Important NERVES ALL GONE TO PIECES "Fralt-a-liies" lemons Prostration Jl. It. No.4, GiLBcrr Irln the ynor 1910, I had tfcrvovt Prostration jn its worst form; dropping from 170 to 115 pounds.' efectffrs had HP hofe of my rtw.'try, and every medicine I tried proved useless until a friend induced me lo tako "fruit I began to mead almost at once, uid nctcr liad such good he alii i as I jure enjoyed the put eight years. without in JAS. S. DELGATV. We. aboi, Gforf2.50, trial At' all dealers Qr sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tiTCS Limited, Ottawa, Orer Arbitration of Steel -Slnke''Should Not Tie Proceedings WASHINGTON, 6cu President Wilson will' not tancdon adjoummont of the nail opal industrial conference here until H has oihauated ererj pos- sible means of fuidlcj; a of TREA1Y1 PEACE Bill Extended to Apply to The Austrian T. R. Bill Now Up tho Industrial eluation, White House officials aulil today. Despite IHuesa, preildeut was uoderatocKJ to liaro been Informed of Lha Knee situation in the confer- ence resulting frooi. Iho controTcrsy oyer labor's, proposal for arbltraiion of "tbc steel'atrlkc. lio war; said to feel that this should not endanger, thu uHI- mala. success of the conference. Will Force Issue WASHINGTON'. Oct. that organized labor's proposal for ar- bitration of tho steel strike be made bii iiiioicdlale Issue In iho national In- dustrial conference was made today by the capital group, through Its chair- man, Htrry A. Wheeler. Ilcrnnrd M. Qaruch, chalrinan ol Uie public group, md proposed that action on the EteeF resolution be postponed until Thurs day. liru ih a nroaperity o! ..Can tnia nad under the coa'dlllpns .bf-.Oie Act qfl-jCanarti ojrep'.Jt to himself and to to sub- scribe -lo the limit of his means to I this Victory L-o'in' in addition to meeting obligations to. the return- ed aojdlerE, Is renulred for the BOlul- Ion of many problems Imposed by the r war as well as for the "preservation of: "EQDU llmea" In the Dominion. OTTAWA. Oct. short, sharp discussion of treaty approval marked today's sitting ot the -house ot com- mons... The question arose on senate amendments to the bill lo German peace treaty Into effect The effect ol these 'amendments, as ex- plained to the house by Hon. C. J. Do: herty, was to attend the provisions of the bill so that It would apply to Ibe treaty wild .Austria-and also to the other treaties signed by the Cana- dian government. The minister askert the liouso to concur In tlie amend- ments as tbe Austrian treaty was concerned, but not with regard to the others. D. D. McKerule explained thai uthentkated copy of the Austrian cace treaty had not yet been rccclveil. ut that a copy of the document, rep a red for signature, had reached he'government and. that In all funda- followed lines of the erman treaty. He understood tliat he signed treaty jracllcany the, ame. as th'nL recaiyed by the govern-1 aent here. ;..The Bovennnent's.-inotion' carried, _ _ Riven- to eclassllication .bill and also lo tha, ill permitting the Importation, manu- gale of olepmargaruie In Canada for; a limited period. nefore the bou.Ee lien. elgheii tabled some 'additional' cor- espondcnce. and. memoranda rclsling Q.lKe to acquire the Grand L TORONTO In Ccntrii bf Shopping and QuBinfss DintrtcL ROOMS EUROPEAN PLAW Ippposilion Will Make Over- throw Effort on Order of Holding "Elections PARIS, flnaleffdrL o iho opposition to OTcrthrptr tin cabinet before Lha com nEJparllametitary elections brines Ii a new parliament and tnlnlalry n France will be made this afternoon The subject at.issue .'order r hlch the coming elections arc to be held. The proposal of tho goTcrnraen R to hold the, for .mcfnhcr of the chamber of dfepulles first. The electoral committee" in- its report, t Sore Throat Colds the chamber to gjve precedence tothi municipal elections.- Premier ClemcncSau lYeinectcd ti do'ipantl a vote of_ confidence-on.. lh' rfdftpllcm of the eov'ernro'eril plan. Th Socialists In tho chamber, It Is uuder stood, favor the government plan, greatly weakening Ihe strength of th opposition lo Clomenceau point. Postponement or action on lie reso- lution previously nad been agreed to bj- labor and public groups and Iho op- posltEon of Ihe employers came as Samuel Gcimpera, chairman of the labor group, who conducted a vigorous fight yesterday against Bend' IDE; the arbitration resolution back lo the committee of 14, was detained by illness; He was represented by Frank Morrison, secretary the American Federation of Labor. On a ruling hj- Chairman Lane that Lhc Baruch motion was one of proccd ura, on which Individual voles could be caslr action on the steel resolution was postponed until ncit Thursday and (be congress recessed uulil after noon. T3ie public anrf labor groups cast1 their Individual voles for the Barucli motion, Juilge Klbcrt H. Gary beinR Lhe only member of I he public group lo vole with Lhe employers against H. Passenger List of 199 and Crew of 153 Taken OJT By Niagara YORK, Oct. on hoard Fabrle steamer Yeneala. ro- on fire fo mid-ocean, have Ijqen rescued by tbe Niagara, of the French Line, and -are on their, way to deaur, Krarice. News or Ibe rescue has bppn re- ceived here In a. dispatch from Hall- fax, which elated a relay wircles; message had told of the safety of (hose op toe. burn-as vessel. Tbere seems 10 be some uncertainty as to whether there were passengers ou board the Yeaezia. Officials of the FabrJe Lint in this city declare she- carried no passengers, although she had accommoJaUous for but advices from Havana, Cuba, from which port the Venezla sailed for SL Nazalre, France, 011 October 4, Elated tbat tbc official lists showed thera were 190 passengers and a crew ol H is also reported from Havana, that the Vcnczla icarrlod a.cargo of sacks of super. Tlie vessel had called at Mexican ports before reach- Ins Havana. 'Chlcigo Hat Part NEW YORK, wireless message wag received today by. (he local agents o? the French Line from tho captain, of the steamer Chicago, saying, (hat he, had pn board 19 flnl class passengers, IS second, 102 third, rescued from Uvc Fabric liner Venezla, irhlch waa abandoned on lire In mid' The' Chicago, also carried 15 officers and of the'crew the Venezla and ,103 sacks of mail She is due to nock" Saturday. MRS. LLOYD GEORGE IN FIGHT FOP-DRY LAWS THROUGHOUT SCOTLAND LQNDo'y; Octl, David Lloyd George, wife of the Drillsh pre- mier, Is taking promlusnt hacil IQ Lh QUBDEC, Oct. lo resum- ing .the preliminary hearing Against Levasaeur and Protean yesterday, who are charged with taking part In the sensational train robbery at Harlaka, George "Topping; the alleged leader'of Lhe was coinmiLLeil for trial at the criminal assizes. U is pos- sible'lhal there mny be a special fall term-of the court of King's bench, 6th'c-r1n-ise the irial will not be held until April nest.- I Thousands of housewives have fonnj ihit tliEj'can save iwo-thircls of th money usually spent for nreparn bv well-known old rccip for lunkidf; couyh syrup at home- -I is elm pie and clicnp but it liis no equa for prompt results. It tnkts riehl liph ol a and Rives immcdTaic relit: usuallv slopping an. oidinnry i 24 liours or le's. Get ounces of JPIner (50 cenl vrorlh) from any drujzgkl, pour it int a IS-oz boltlc and add plain granulate symp to make Id. ounces. If yo prefer, clariljed molasses, corn syrup, instead of S symp a NEW YORK; Oct. strike, of. .ongshoremen and other bnrbor work' crs which has paralyzed port, actlvl-, ies here for several days and cnctl a serious food shortage, was. broken today when tho ferry workers1 returned lo and Ir.GOO of the longshoremen resumed their lalmra. Union leaders predlclod that Friday all of the longshoremen be nt grork. U was announced that half of .the city's food rescrre had been consumed through the Joint strikes of Hie long shoremen and teamsters. MANUFACTURERS DIVIDE CANADA FOR ORGANIZATION. TORONTO, pursuance of tense-poll jiy of' and with the object of'" pcrmltllnB roaler :co-cperallbp among ni embers, ore or less'closely-locnte'd, the Can- Menufacturcrs1 AsEociattoh has Tided tho Dominion Into-five dlvi- .will have'a aep- rate Vlce-cHafrnian 'and lecuUve. The live will be nown as (he'ma'Tlttme, Quebec, On- and Paciflb TRADE AND EXCHANGE Rf Wizard. Oil is z simpls ind cHeclive Ircalment (or Itinial and clicil colds. Ustd it a garglt tor sore it brings quick relief. Rubbed on the cfiesl it will often iif 3 liifd, deep staled coTd in'oric How often sprains, (miisejj cud and burnd nccur in family, as well us litlle Irdiblti like eirache, loothache, cold'sorej, cancer sores, stiff neck, and tired acbing feet. Koolliing, healin? Wizard Oil will al- v.Mj'j bring quick relief, Gtt il from druggisls for 30 unit. If not satisfied rtlqrn llic battle and get yoilr money back liver 'constipated or hare sick headache? Jusf try Wiiard Lirer pleasant little pink pilti, 39 GuaranlcciL CAI.OARY, OrL coroner's lury probing the death of Milton n. Orr, drug clerk, In Iho. auto emash at Vlclorin bridge morning, lant- oisnlng did not ni the blamo of his death upon any particular person, but tUled that Deri Krcemnn, driver of the car, Is open to censure for hlE handling of Inc CAr. Tho rburje of manslaughter against Freo- will, therefore, be proceeded wlUi, Freeman hiTlnf; keen sdmllted to ball by Ihe police. preliminary (rial will be held shortly. The jury recommends ilepi lor further protec- tion of the gride X the point of tbi accident Canada's adverse balance of trade with Iho United StnLoi nmounts lo more than a rnlllfon dolTara a day. The result of this excessive Impoitatioi shows In the discount on Canadian money In New Yorh, which ,ally dama, to some alight extent only Ig flow of American goods lo thla fildo of the border line. H It were not for tho continuance of Canadian-export trade with Britain, this country would soon be In Irade-debl up to Its Thft atcSdy shipment of (ho surplus producU o Canada to the omply mnrXela orcr BCB3 maintains the prosperity of the Dominion and orTscla the exchangi hclween Montreal and New York. U would be Impossible to contlnup the normal flow of raw malirtals.anr TtTTONI IS ITALIAN LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE ROME, Oct. Mlnlittr TltUnf-will repre- sent Itily In the of nalloni, according to an official announce- ment htrt, t raanufacturcd goods to Great Britain Jf the Canadian Government vero no prepare] to extend credits to Last yoar out of tho pro cesds of the Victory Ixmn I200.000.0fl waa held here to Ihe credit of Flrllaln, and used lo pay cash for grain and other exportable products, Br IhAl financial device and manufacturers were enabled t "carry on." Production morely became the marVct was ture Chrftdfan money wai) borrowed h Canada In Canada and palti Canadian producers The' samo pro- cedure IB necissiry this year ala; Part of the proceeds of the .Victor Loin will go to the stabilization of ei port trftJe and the adverse balance o trade with Ihe Unlleil SUles will ha a .counter weight. Clearly, the, bus ness rOAJi who Is anxlnug lo Bee a roi of good tlniea Cinad miiflt do his part by buying VJctor Uonds, Either way, it tastes cood, keeps per ind lasts a family a lime ___ how quickly acts, penctr.iLinc through every ;ai passive of the (Iiroal and ens and raises the phlegm, coothes an heals the mcmhraTiCo, nnd-pradnally hu surely throat tickle an dreaucdeoushdisappearcnlirely: Nothing "better for hronchHis, spasmodic ciou hoarseness or bionclitil aglhina, Pines is a special .'and'highly conce'n trafcil compound of genuine: Norwa pine eslracl, known Ihe world over fo ita on tht memhranca.. Avoid disapoinlment by asking you driiEpist for ounces of Piner' wit lull directions and don't accept inytliin] To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases particularly well because it is particularly good-r- Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In 1 and 2 pound also fine ground for Never sold in bulk, CHASE fie SANBORN, MONTREAL. 206 rohibltlon campaign, adi( Jessing a icetlng of 2.0DO. women at Glasgow eslerJay. Dispatches received here uo'.o Mrs.. Lioyd George as saying success ol the campaign de- enda upon women. "Jt h the duty of help the victims ol alcohol- sm at Lome as it was to belp ibe vie- ma of In Dclgluia flvo enru Mrs, Lloyd George la re- ported to said. "Scotland Is bi Lbc eve ot a great campaign and nex year the eyes of temperance refofrn crs throughout tlie world will be.turc cd on Scotland. If Scotland.- Is wo: tho victory will be a great stimuli! to Iho world to do likewise." Fourteen new telephone circuit are to bo Installed at Guelph. elie. Guarant .fiiclionior The Pines ed to" pt anything bsolute snlis- money prompLU TCfunded; Co., Toronto, (Jot, r Do You Remember The Old Corn Doctor? i He stood on the street, in' trie olden days, and of- fered A "magic corn The. same .ingredients, Harsh nnd inefficient, .are. sold in'countless forms .today, But iKey did not end coins, and they do not now. .Nordoespadding.noi does older still. The One Right Way Modem scientist in (he Bauer i: Black laboratories have'evolved a perfect method And emhodied it in In _48 hpufs, while the corn ia forgotten, Blue-jay completely ends it, and forever. Hardly one corn in ten needs a second :The ia aure. It is ewy, pleasant, scientific. Quit..old-fashioned] meth- ods. Blue-jay on one The Scientific Com Endet Slops Pain Insfnntty find' pcV" Completely Druggists' 'BAUER St DLACK, Limited Chicijo.Toronto, New Yoik MAtrf of SurgicAl DrcMinf I md Allied ProJuctj FREE RUNNING Table Salt A pure TVbSe Salt'. Runt freely in any weather. Lift the aluminum tpout and let the tall run out. TlM Caudiin Silt Co., Limited IS! with Ihe Handy; Real Seville Marmalade AH Orange ant} Sugar No eametifla ge. cafe in SiJctrPera.'. Tailoring Pressing, Repairing ;We Clean White Fms, Glovw of Floor HIGH'CLASS WORK AT LOWEST. PRICES. OFF. Gentlemen 2-piece.Sult" '.65 3 piece Suit pressed only.. .75 3-plece Suit Gporige decried'.' and presse'd 'f 3-plece cleane'd and presserf Suit, FrencK Dry Pants Pressed' Only., Panis cleaned- and i pressed Pants- French .Dry. CleBrtcd J.: Overcoat Cleaned and- Preiaed 'from .i.'.'.'.'.. 1.00 ..50 .65 L.U Suit presEed J75, f Suit sponge cleaned' "and preMtd from Sulti '.French Dry Cleaned, 'J'J'- from 1.5 Sklrt; Prested Skirt aponge V pressed, from" Sklri, French Dry' from ,.7 All. Repairing Extra Delivery, Free i77o; i 402 13th STREET'N. LEE DLJCJIC What are they doiiig.these days? Buying More Victory Sure as life. Say Kids, can't, we .get in on that? can, Pete. Didn'lyoueverhearofThriftStamps and. War Savings Stamps That's the Way we lertd Canada OUR money, and Canada pays lis interest too. And it's good interest. Pa says so, and I guess he knows. National War Savings Committee ALBERTA DIVISION W. II. ALEXANDER, Chairman ;