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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 110XIUY. OCTOBER 20, 1919 THE LETtrDnrnGE DAILY PAGE NINE U. F. A. Head Urges Farmers To Get Behind Victory Loan That Ihc farmers of Alberta as an organization are solidly behind (ha new Victory Loan Is shown by Ibe follow (.fig letter recently sent out by Preel- Jeut Wood, or the U. V. A.: Calcary, Oct. 4, To the Farmers of Alberta. GcnLleuiOD: The Canadian Goterri- menl Is asking for Victory Loan. The amount for la 1300.000.- OCO; rate of JnlercaL to be taxable. The purposes of tbh Joan arc brW- ly described, officially, as follows: -To rellre eilsUng obligates; to provide for soldiers' gratuities aa al- ready voted; lo pay the coat of sol- ijiers1 land and clrll re-es- labllslunent; ib enable Cauatla lo Lho credits necessary (or Ibe fluancliiK or Ihh-year'fl grain crop and iWs fulMl the' obl'Ballon to pay tho fanner ihd 'stipulated yrlce and asiure to hlui 'life Vvhole to profll; for capital oiifWf aud Dlher forming (janada's [n dust rial Ile-con- slrucllon program, THE ENTIUE PROCEEDS >VllX HE SPENT IN CANADA.'1 j Trio urgent1 need for ibis money, and ni..- Ocl. Peler Ferguson, his brother George and his son Thomas, all nT Noble vil- lage, aro dead 'from drinking Hie con- tents of a bottle found In their house labelled "alcohol" and which _'-. had Lccn treated ivllb acetone tor Iho man ufocLurg'of explosive. George, Taylor, of'.lhts who liad a rorrnef experience, Seated the irlck arid'Is daiigcrbusly 111. men have lost lives In. tho TtfunUlcm works at Kohle.lhrough drinking this liquor. :hat every dollar of U can to ID Ibe best Interests, qf Canada' (ire, goes without saying. Tho quei- tloa la where Is the money I comlug! from? If we haye to go Julo foralffu couotry for It will lacrtaeo the rale of chaoje agalnit us and thereby binder our ovn trades. Tho Interest colng out of the cOQDlry annually Trill con; t'.nae to be a disturbing factor In. inaliv tain Lug a" larel of exchange'. _" _ If, eastern tiJanada furnbties all Ihla motley cake an undue dralq agaliisl Llie west la Iba payment of In- terest and bonds. It will be best If this money eaii raised In Canada, and aU sections and all classes subscribe. The unquestioned, and Uie rato of Internal makes It a good "tivesLment. It unforlunaLo that Ecverkl successive crop lullurea have made It Impossible lor. a very large per cent of Alberta farmers to aub- acrtLa a dollar. DuL there are others who will be able lo subscribe and to Jiem 1 would suggest that their farm interests supplemented by some safe, iDterest-bearlng bonds, wJll be A beUer guaracl.ce of future peaco of mind lhan to try to own mure land than they can operate. Tbe Last few seasons and the prei- ent labor fa tain B hare demonstrated tbat mixed luTeelmentfl would be as desirable, aa mlied tarmlng. To this end there Is nothing worse (ban ivlld- cat nothing belief Lh'an absolutely safe securities. If you have some surplus money, buy Borne Victory Uonds. Yours most, ____H. W. "President. Provincial Treasurer Acta For Province al Conference Call- ed Under League of Nat- ions at Washington OTTAWA, Oct. names o! the members of Lbe Canadian delega- tion to the International labor con- ference to be In Washington on the 29th Ins tan I. having teen made public bx Ihc- ralDJslEr of labor. Tbe conference IK Ibe outcome of (he labor convention Incorporated In the peace treaty. The convention provides that the original members of the league of na- tions shall be tbe original members of a permanent organization for Ibe promoilon of the regula- tion oT labor conditions. The pieman- ent organization consists of; (1) A general conference of repre- sentatives of Llie members. (2) An International labor office controlled by the governing body, due provision being made for the creation of the governing body. All Natloni cf World The league ol naUous will, as Is generally understood, comprise prac- tically all the countries of Ibe world. Meetings of (he genera! conference will lake place from lime to time and at least once a yean -The the conference contains five fl) "Application of the eight-hour day, or'of the 48-hour week. 42) Question of providing against (3) SVomeu'a employment (4) Employment ot children. (6) tjue-jtloDF relating to prohibi- tion of night work for-worn en employ- ed In Industry and prohibition of the UBB of phosphorous la the manufacture oE matches. Repreientatlvet From Canada Following la the Hit of persons ap- pointed. OD behaJf ol lha Dominion gov- ernment or on behalf of the organiza- tions "most, representative of employ- or work people, as delegated or vlBcrs namely: Domlnlou government Hen. G. D, lion. N. W. Ho well. Advisers to Dominion government A. ACklund, deputy min- ister of labor; I'. C. Cbrlitle, legal ad- rlter Lo the deputy minister of ex- ternal affairs; 0. H. Brown, secretsry to the reconstruction committee of the government of Canada. Named by Provincial Nova D. A. Cameron, M. L. A., Syduey; Prince Edward lion. W. L. iMackcnzIe King: Quebec Goutn, deputy minister of labor for Quebec; W. H. Rlddell, Toronto, deputy minister of lahor for Ontario. T. H. Johnson, at- torney-general. M. Holloy, lle- gtna, secretary df the bureau of labor- C. H. pro- vincial treasurer, Alberta. British Columbia D. McNiven, Victoria, deputy minister of labor lor British Columbia. Non-Government Delegates Recommendation as for employers received from Canadian Manufactur- ers' H. Parsons, To ronla. Persons recommended as advisers to same are; J.-- B.- Walsh, Toron to; J. T. Sllrrelt...general sccrelary Cana'dlan association Toronto; E. H, Robertson, representative Canadian rs' association; J. Bulmau. Win- nipeg; F. P. Jones, Montreal. Following also are tbe names of sersons recommended by tLe Canad'sn Manufarturera' association for ap- pointment aa substitute to act In case of vacancies arising In the Torcgolng list: J. B. Jlugg, Winnipeg; Sam Harris. Toronto. Recommendations as for wort people received from (he Trades and Labor Congress of M. Oraper. secretary-treasurer, Trades and Labor Congress ol Canada. Per- sons recommended aa advisers to Bame: Tom Moore; president tradca and labor congress; Arthur MarLel, vice-president Trades and Labor Con- gress of Canada; Robert Daxler, vice- president trades aud labor congress, Glace Day, NT. B.- D. Hees, vice-presi- dent Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, Vancouver; Mrs. Katbleeu member Cool and Shoe Work- ers1 union, Toronto. Following also Ihe names of persons recommended .by the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, for ap- pointment as substitute advisers to act In case of vacancies arising In Ihc foregoing list: Alex. McAndreir, vice president Trades and Labor. Congress of Can- ada, and western representative of United Brotherhood of Maintenance- of-Way Employees and Hallway Shop Laborers, Moose Jaw, J. Halford, Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, and vice- president Journeymen Barbers' Inter- national union, South Hamilton. Gerald H. Brown has been appoint- ed secretary of the Canadian dele- gates. On arriving In Minneapolis to attend the SUte fafr. Chief Ka-llc-Na-Wcy- Wence, seated on the floor at a hotel announced he IB 130 years eld, and de- sired Immediately to take A trip In an airplane. Want More? You Bet He Does! You never fill him up you can watch him grovving daily in health and vigor when you jive him plenty ol PEANUT BUTTER EcoQomieti lor eo qiaoy dtioly uie OB your liblc. ll'i food lor nbole family. Your Jtaltr tai il, tnj "Maalinerr" Saltrit Platiata R. L. I'OWLHR COMPANY LIMITED CALCARV SASKATOON REGINA WAGSTAFFE'S Heal Seville Orange Marmalade All Omng; and S No-caneqjiagc. J BulcJ aUh care In Sl LONUOX, Oct. Tho staWment rnadeVbr Heriry- Mdrfienlhaii, on his return lo (he United Stales suggest- Ing that.Great .Britain snare the con- trol .-.the United Elates was not generally, rfitorteii here. ThnjMprnlnj some-: ....i: does not'comment dri 'MrrMorgenthau'a words.'- agency-'accotint-la printed 1 by the some- what Taguel5: to pViH the papet Een" cral terms, .ufglng.lhe- United Slates to 'accept a -mandate. Tor .Constantin- ople, "Armcnln anil Apalolla, but paas Ing by' as "a little qliscure." -Other nauere do "not ".Mcittlbn LOWERS WOMEN This Is one ol the.Idlers submitted lii the llerald'a -Adverllae- hiEnt That Interested Ma the Mbsr'ic'oinpetKlon. The Judges 'conjslderei] the letlt.-' only; they TTOre not requested express their YJOM on Uie advertlseinenla b'ut to Decide which lady 'wVota'Lbo b'esl Utlor. C-' Doi 316, Clarcjhoim, V-. SepU 2nd, 1919 The Kdilpr, j V Th'o Loihbrldge Daily Herald. Tjie Advertlicijlofll that inlcrealcd me tho roost Hooii Flour." hate.u'fed Hour', (or.-raanV and jtt .lo'iirtd it n'ol use'any ratj possibly get'.Sofiln'.' tloilr .'li'iOraelhlnE'.fchlclr wo iiot'llko to do'wlllioiiC AU the wo'rld'a (lour 1( It-Is-poBslble (or "'V Dread Is one o'f the main Flaja of llroL Without bread or wheat .which brcail 13 illido from wo would not llvi tift well c.5 we do.-Many poor TamUlea live on almost bread alone. Kveu [n UiO time of the Bible bread 'was made iVead has becrrmndc since and Is much moro dbeful ITian automo- flno clotljsj Jewels ,-or even slioe3, could llvo-'barefoot no doubt, but Are could not live without food. Thla Is the rearo'n ttobln Hood flour tiAorcjtod ino tho 'moat. Yours very- truly, tflSS.IJORIS V. KINO. BERLIN POPULATION SMALLER City and Farm Equ Obi. result of the provisional census taken Jn.Octo-, her ntTlfo'a population to bo USM.OOOt wlil'ch a dccreaeo of as comparer! with December, 1MD. HAV 'l CO. exfielfent breen Oat Straw, 6r wTplarlng horsei and cat. Shipped under government free freight Is yaur town, very cheap, Phont 1M3, next door lo Telegraph ctffci, eyir the Union Bjnk. Do II nowl- 860 ff Offer ex f6r The man in the city and the man on the farm each concerned with the other's prosperity, and each has equally strong personal reasons for the Victory Loan 1919. Last year Canada shipped to Great Britain r and our lEurppean _Allies worth of the products'of our farms. The future of Canadian Agriculture depends upon holding and extending its export trade in farm products, and the future of city and town'prosperity is1 interwoven with agricultural prosperity. Great and our European Allies provide a ready But as a result of ..the strain of war, they are short of cash. They must buy on credit for a time. The British market particularly, we must because we have spent many long years in cultivating and estab- lishing a prestige products. 'Great Britain asks for 3 our. surplus food stuffs, and Britain always pays her debts. Our ability -to -extend '-.this credit depends upon.the', success :of the.Victory Loan Just think what to all of us to keep r Canadian agriculture prosperous, Vr Canadian farmers f6rm a large'porpbrtibn of the buyers of Canada's manufactured pro- ducts, resulting in trade for the manufacturer and retailer, and employment for the man in city and town, With the money from the sale of his products the farmer buys agricultural implements, gaso- line wagons, seed, wire fences, fertilizers, milk cans, building material, roofing, furniture, carpets, furnishings, stoves, boots and. shoes, jtroceries, drugs, pianos, talking and scores of v7 The city and town man makes these. goods7 and his that starting fanper of trade travels through JTeyery claw qfj the .The city again the' farmers. Our'cities have been'built by: our those farm veloped genius in organization, business and finance, and who do'not to find a field for their' activities.1 and city are interdependent the other. Canada requires, both, aid both pros-; peroUS, '.f- Then upon both the mart'in' the man on the farnithire Idirect.resjioh- sibility. Both unite in making an' OVerwheunirit tuccesa 'of1'.the" "Every Collar Spent in Canada' Issned by Vktory Loan Coramitlet in coJirytnlKm with the Minister ol Fihaixc ol iWDjfnln'wn o( Cinrti ;