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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE UvTIinfllDCE HERALD. MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1910 PRESS G1H. BILL OTTAWA, Oct. ot Jieacc irt-aty. vfiih Austria tabled In ine-nouss this afternoon bj Mr. HoTOll. Mr. Donls, of Joliette. suited If tree that the go'TETDiEBai would press Grand Trunk lo a TO-S tomoT- row Sir Ccorge replied that no BTrnngenifrnla to that effect basu intde. opportunity would be eiren for dlscuisioo, although he hoped ih4l this trould be wiLhiD a rcasdaa'blt. length of time. On the motion ot Mr. ArchambauLl. en order vras rqada tor a reiurn i'JE Ihe names 'P! the shareholders ol the Grand Trunk as ot OCT 1919. ren'jirked ibat. lha ro turn would enUi) a large- x.tvit. Mr.' ArchauibauU desired 10 press his motion U woulJ he yosed by the government- On A no- lion of Hon. A. Sition. ihe ]-efuseJ to concur in an amendrceni inndc by Uie heoate to tho bill to amend Ihe Navi-ablc Waiers lion AcL Secoiid readies Was ihon siven to ihe bill iii cT-pad-tbo ,Mcat ani Canned Fowl -Act. 1V_ P. Ixj'ssiG eipresseJ lha Titw Ihsi ct" itc biM Trere Lhc lobster industry. Tlie" liausfe ine-n want inio co-DDiii- tce on lie bill. NO DATE SET FOR TREATY RATIFICATION couc- I cil today discussed ihe vosaibla daie fqr ihe rorataVraliricatibn o( the Ger- man jjface treaty and the of a oall (or a meetlDg of the council ol The league of niL'.onj. .No positive decision was tiaen. The question will apain discussed CD ThursJay, when the dai- will.probably be deiermiued upon. j OTTAWA. Oct. G. X. i Barnes. njlnlsUr without portfolio and lat'or represantaiivB In (he British cabinet, and Sir Malcolm de Lav'gue. undersecretary of stale for Ibe home office, wbo .ire ihe de.ejales lo ihe International labor conference at Waihiaguni. arrived In Ibe capital yesterday. monilns they called at Ihe labor depirlment and had a nrr wlih Senator I loinisier of labor. Noih- '.KS oui at Iho conclusion ol Ihe confereuce. which" was. it ia understood, p.' ,an in Tor mil nature. The British delegates. it-Is will remsiii in Oiiava throughout' the day. I'roceeiHng lo Washington tomor- low. _____i___ ATLANTIC CITY. X: J-, Oct. i Establishment of a pertiiancm uat ion- Oft. 2l or JjusineEs men for El tbj? Urcs and purpD5e or eliminating unfair iu- radicils EFO "pn'.reucheil" in ihe i trade dfparTiuc-nts and pinic- out a btuer'sysiem of credit and HlarJy vhat the investieaifon force ot jjrancu in internal exchange of ihe (ederai irad? cnmmiEsian ccmmn and acting ai a'cleancs house iren lo the soTemrupn; fyr iuea3 n-.'il] regard to nianufactures TJniicd.Slates wpre made ani eomiaerce is expected lo result iii the senate today by Swatir Waison. irom the international trade confer- Indiina, who introiucerl eiico whlch is to he held here this REV. FAIR LMTE YORK, Oct. Heturiiiuc h-s requt'ST 10 Oie in the Jiind ihat labored in for more lhau 10 ihfr l.eormte. now 71 yea old ami totally blind. arrlreJ on i steamer La Touraifae ou his war Canada, Cor 13 yejrs was hi of (lie MarKeiLiu1 river iu the far norih of Canada ar.4 with H flowing SQOW bearJ acid black skullcaii a lit future QQiQdg the reiumrcl scvfn sisters iu" ihe of Daughters o( Jtsus and lie sti with them to nunnery in Albena to his IAPI days. Jroui Kroni rushed lo (bo di-fecso of lite c'.iv, must now be drtralned. V full day's'march from Polrogr.id anJ it muTuai-hing from the snutli must (igtit iuio Petrosrail through sliloii. as is shown by the destruction vt a. Uolelierlet division In ihtMrJc'-nliy of NolhErjs Is kuown ot iho talc ot tbo Dal tic (leei. Ibe reni.ninls of which Lave been lurking la the ibeltcr Ol hyroDstadi, hut. lectus from the dlspatcbei. lonrcss fell; not n's a result of aassuSi anJ lauding, but by surrender from wlth'o. the of the garrteon I? probably shar- ed by the sliips.' i-oaiposed of The fall or Kronsiadi is vanly 1m poriAiii. uot only sirawglcally. but for its effect upon Uolshevisl mor- ale. It has been considered cjtblc lo Attack from sen or laud AQDCCTC IM sailor fiBrrison have been from ilie in outsel of tho revolutlpn Iho slout WINNIPEG MURDER 'porters of the cause. Oci. arreFis that its formidable fiuns are silent, iho allied crulsorg ami destroyers can' BULLETINS CLOSE TO PETROGRAO LONDON. Och war office announces this evening that the northAesttrn division, under Gen. Yudcnitch, la within tfght miles cf Pelrcgrid. Explosions in Petrograd" COPKXIIAQEN, Oct. doiis explosions' were telug hea'.l Ircni Pe-lrugrad by (he aiUck'iig ariay laei night, accorUiuK lo a special le leg rani (o the LSerlluKske TIdeude from Hcvnl. Cc-n. Yudutllch's army bad then reached a point SH iiiilea from Petro- grad. the lowers ot which could seen from the anll-liniehoYlk. li during the day. liberation or Petro'jrad ivaa expected hourly. have Ije-cu made ihp murder of W_ J. Satur- day morning, but iho mystery In- rreJsed by ibe oi an anony- mous note Saturday night to fitorgo until recently sab-Inspector ol Dom'nJou police, threatening nis life: Detectives are se-afcbiDg the city .'for ihe boy who carried the message. li was established today (hnL an triply cartridge caae found near sceao of ihe murder was of German manalac- ture aud -would nol til the fiuu louud pass further up ihe liay lowanl'Puro- grad. about 20 miles away. and.can support tho advance of rhe along the coasi lo 1'olntR illrc-clly In the rear or Bolshevist, forces defend' ing PtlrosraJ'from (ho south, Bolshevist Division Oeilroyed LON'DOX. Oct. Uotehevlk.iU vis la ii which was being rushed lo Pelrosrad from'ihe lulerior LO defend the city agulxiEL die threateninfi ad vauce of Gen. Yuilenitch was practical- 50 yards away, which was aa ordinary ly wiped out at w Iver Johnson revolver of .32 calling, fico. Yudenltch took thai outpost- of Fetrograd, according to war office ad- vices. The ivar office further announces Ihat Pskov, tlie important mil way Junction towu nboul 106 miles south ot Pclrocrad. !s under bombardment by iho Ksihoiiian troops. I'clrograd reported'to UL- preparing for a slego. Machine guns arc lasted lo command the principal streets of tho city and supplies of fooj are being brought aio the city. An eight-year eld-boy at .Moralise wives asked (ho courl to 'ouud JlOO. He arrived home with (rinu Jury duly bicycle, several nlrguus. Ma nrir 1 New Vork Judge ho would urgo rt with candles and nuls and slsUllon for a lavr enforcing vonwii cents. j servo as Jurors. _J Takes Kiev LONDON, Ocl. The. ofllco stoics that. Iho troops" of Gcu. Dpnikina have driv- en the Uolshevifcl Kiev, which thoy temporarily occupied lasl week. A horucullurisl_dl Findlay, after years of produced a iree which bears six varieties of.pears acd thirty-two kluds of apjilea. Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards WILL OFFER SOME OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING it School Courses ACCORDING TO THE DEMAND In la.) Mct'-haiiEcal Druwinp and IllueprUUlcg for pcraoos cii Iho building trades, APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM POSSIBLE TEACHERS THIS COURSE. (b) X'ourse preparatory for Provincial esainiuatlon lor lTke Uossos." (c) and arithmetic, and ihe rights and UuticB of citizenship. (tl) Ktuuientary Commercial course. (e) Courses in certain high school subjects. If) Siicclal School entrance class (or retarded pupils. (Thlg Is (he only Bchcol open lo children.) COMMUNICATE WITH DR. NORMAN F. BLACK 'SUPT'S OFFICE, CENTRAL SCHOOL fl rcsolulinn for sit by tlie iuler-staie commerce Disclaiming any of the Grpat meat packera, Senator Watson di-ulared. ibal'the records of sdmr ol the coniiniEsiob's employees or, that Investigation showed them to be .rc.5 pec lively outspoken anarchies, pariicipanla in Rei pro-Ger- mans, afltnirers ol Lsaine and Trolsky. ..and ernment expanents o' soviet gov- ARRESTS WADE PEACE RIVER, Alia.. Oci, charge of rntfrder taa btcn plsceJ figa'nst1. Mrs. John F. Dougherty. ?.nd Sam DruschX .lor the tilling of--the former'a' and. iheir Barr hearing will be tomorrow. OPPOSES G. T. R.. Oct. oppoii- llon Lo lie proposed acquisition of the Grand TmnJb Hail-way was voiced by t cjelegailon reprcsenilng the Mon- treal board-ot Irade which waited, ou ite porerinneDt .Ihis _vinorniDg. The delesation waa received by Sir George Foster, acting uritne, minister, anil members of Lhe rabitieL The proceed- Tverc in private. the close of the Conference, Sir Gebffe Foster slated that there has been no success'. In, to change the views in either He-addtd liial Ihe measure no? be- fore Ihe house r.'ould be preaseil to a conclusion. Tnfornjal conferences and sub- committee meetings were begun today and continue until the formal sss- loas begin IVednesdar night. This nevr organization probably will supplant the international congress ol chambers of commerce "arid commerc- ial and industrial, which, for '14 years have been a common clearing house lor the business.ideas 6' Ihe world. Its functions iave been suspenrteti since June, 1914, and the suggestion U now made thai on the in value We of 1hi5 organ- ization he erected an even greater aiM more closely knit structure. U Bid n prrma'ur- larj cf lictli, is if you do properly ciTe fcr Jl-rc ij tLe 1 Asyc.u CZJ, the body Iy rchx. Yen thu in thcr.etk. It r.ot5on in guns. toy. As yo-_i proir cldrr, you guros ihriok below lha nonzil lir.c. Through Jack of K.TC they bccoma Fpon-jy acvl irvjlamed. Tlitn you have Pyorrhca (R-iggs' Four out of five pocplc over foily have Pyorrbca. And many under forly, also. Don't let ar tcuihr gum spot dc- vrjop. Thcw tender spots breed (li-casc gcrrni which enter llic Ihrwigh tiny joints por causinx other ailmcpis, Immcdialcly feet Forhan's, Khkh posilivrfy prevents Pyorrhca if Ii5cd in lime and consistently. Foihan's lov.cs tlio Eitima and hardens them. -They in keen the tcc'Ji healthy. Brush your teeth iwilli han's. It them keeps them vrhile SKRL1N. Oct. to re ports from London and Paris, Germany has not yet cepHed'to ihe uote from the entente urging a common blockade of- soviet Russia, ac- cording to oClc'al In'ormaifon ohtatn' ed by the Associated Press. The statemenl was made that the Oorman cabinet has not yet taken up the.subject .for acrioua consideration There apparemly is no hurrv on the part or Gernjany to arrive al a ion Tn the premiPEE. especially in view ot what termed the diplomaiic mys- tery surrounding the procedure o( Ihe entente and the resultant inabil- ity nf the German government to In touch with neutrals. (WON'T POSTPONE ACTION J IN LONGSHOREMEN'S STRIKE Ocl. of War Baker" VcftiEcd today the quest of Mayor Hylarr, ot Sew York, ooe of the mediators in Ihe longshore tncij's slrike, to postpone (he use 6 .roops af York until further ef [orLs could be made to aeUle Ibe stride of loiiEfhoreraen -there. Mr. Baker tho eiialencc of American trans port service ont_pf York Tvas a parl ol Ihe war operations ol 4ho EOT ml and thai he Intended to con llnue the opeatmn oi'the shjpj. Vic and 60c tubes- All Drugglit3, rORHAN'S LTD., Montreal, Can 6-Ja. FOR THE GUM USE SOLDIERS TO CLEAR XEW YORK, Oct. Fire hnni soldiers ol Ihe regular army were land- 1 ed today "from .Ihe transport George Wasninglon lo attempt to end the con- at the army piers in DrooVlyn, caused by Ihe loiigshnremen's strike, I Tiip untior orders "lo Fhool if according TO a stalcirjonL made by Peter Davison, of mnTemtntfl at the porl o( ecitarkalloD. "The Iroops will aid in moving Iranaporls or whatever else is said Gen, (jarison, If you are In thf- market far horss or cattle HAY on no account mijs calling or writing to us for Qual- ity and Immediate ship- morey in your pocket. Re- money saved is money eiroerf.1 'Phona 1563, i'Oralfi Co., next door to bffj'te. Government free arranged. 2CO-6 TWO DIVORCES GRANTED KDMOXTOX, Oct. Ilrst de- cree alaolule ol divorce ever lo he granted In the 'province of Alberta were Issuerl ihlfi luornlni; by Sir. .T f.'ce Irts In Hark dark and Scott va Scott. Xo ruling has made on Ihe point of rcsnmpllrm o( name, but It Is thai ihis pro- cedure will as a mailer of course. Rov, J. Ross, superintendent ol inlssiona In ihC preshylery cf Rt, John, was elected moderator of Iho Maritime Provinces, U. B. Stale officials I fllcale Iho early recognition of the Omsk Kusslan (Invcrmncnl, hcd. hy Admiral Kplcbak. Stands Strenuous >Wgarv )U- are certain to g'et y'alue when yoii buy STANFIELD'S The Underwear that protects your health Gomfort and your Money, STANFIELD'S is soft, warm, is every penny your dealer asks for it. Stanfietd's Label is your guarantee for genuine underwear satisfaction. Made in Combinations and Tico-Piece Sails, length, knee and elboio length, 'and sleeveless, 'for Men and Women. Slanfield's Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for growing Cliildfen. Book, showing different uleighls and textures, 'mailed free. STANFIELD'S LIMITED, TRURO, We Sell All Weights and Qualities A Full Range of-STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR Sold by FRED THAELL, 315 Fifth Street S.? Lethbridge ML CiOOPM AN 5th Street s-> Near the Hotel SELLS STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR" V You Can Buy All Grades of STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR from THE PALACE CLOTHING CO., ____ _____ ;