Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWELVE LETi.iuMocu- OAILY HEHALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, FATE OF INDUSTRIAL t'ONKEilENCE HANGS IN HALANTK TODAY John Montreal I1 resents Plan to Educational Conference WASHINGTON. Ojt. o( he national it.Justm1. conle-rtace I tailed by president lo pro- mote haru-ouy bnwceu Industry tnd labor depctultd upon ihe o.' merits toJ-iy. when, uftir a ILOD ill's thf- boJy round iifel! I where it Wilt (he tabor; group disi-v-iTise.l tbe defeat i ir.? and tor nrrura'iou ot the i I the puMic prvuy. cliC-ri was pome cussloa UVay -is to whether ihr- Libor group uc'Jld in further ineciincs t'f ihc Qcl. i'riijiojal presented lo ilie tuiiwisl funterc-iiro yesterday Ly JJoyJ. of iN- Canada U'itii.'ttM K-atruo. has fs.'iu-.l keen In- terest. Wiih view to pri> mining rav- ii-1 concord ar.d umioiuil iho jirojecl aiti? lo roai-li Ihc gfn- i1 ration of CacLidiLins in rough the by means ot series in be vr'itiea V> Canadian author- prerpntire Canadian national ideals; proposes thai the minis- ters o[ nil provinces forai eti ton- oiv.iy lo promote nations] miiiy; ihi.t tho committee shall ay-1 ________ jtoiui c board or jury i-omposed of ministers cf ejucmion. of educational- Reservation Program Appears isls fro'Ji each province to judge to be -iULiible- lor prize ar.J ivxi took s for iho schools of all prov- inces so thai all Canadian children -_________ may lc.ini at school to respeH fellow j Canadians, whatever their origin or j WASHINGTON. Od. cr.vil. HMk solution. There was discussion und irrtticlsiu of and Iho majority sivriud of opinion Ihul was marb lloih Capl. DcniXMi ami Uio Hcv. C. K. spcko it n, I i'ii marked lonvanl movem.-m o( the cUuri-h which ibey thoushi ihr liad ig- nored. .Miss WJUcii I w the enjoymotit vrescut. iiscinlujii are tbo lii: luHMiuins more vouular liowovcr, du- ..'inunitce in charge can still few moro. and corJIuMy inviU" interesiod ta lake advAiit.igc ol this iiiviiation. much to ;s sr.rouiueJ (hat Mr. r. J. lor treasurer of the I'SUR- J'an Xaiunidl Hallway 3 a-. Toromo, MAUMA f-OA FLOWING STRONGER THAN EVER llll.O. T.1I Oct. The new Uva flow from tho seven ,-ratf-rs of Mfluna I.orv is increasing iu volume. It is IHOV- G. B. PARLI1ENI Economy Program Being Ufgcd and Spending program May He Dropped v.ajk ivHI bo huuorlaut natters la LLoine bt'foro pArllHUOPul lliU session It Is expected thai members of (I houso will closely (jueslloii 'ho go. rruiuoul as to Its iioltc'.eB, especially re- Tanllug cipecdUures, and Mr. Lloyd. 'L'ornc may anaivcr thctc tivjcsllons m i few days. I.OXOOX, Oct. 2Sf_Kconomy U Hie watchword of iho fOfston uT varlui- incut which opens today nml efforts are to lie mailci by liiciLibera of iho of commons (o throw Into (he discard tho military program ontlintil In (ho (asi Ijudgel. (ho IMMV education scheme anil the proposal lo at cost of for work- log men. Oovernnipnt.il, military and financial cQininStinenls. ihe nalionarpolicy rc- Jlussia, military occupation of Ireland, with a plan for Irish home- on iho ir.ih of tlip ninnih ioiiflS al rato cf nvo ft day rule and the labor party's demand tor posiiion LI? vice-president stream is a bHll-milo wide. tho nallonuliialion of mines and rall- atid niaiKistr of the Canadian giro! id Tire To. i i 11 This company is nssomteii with in-[ [hay occupy a very sironp yo-; tion in tde railway ficl.l i and are constructing a plant of consi'l- erible anJ uiaguitudo at lor ibe msipufticiuro of siecl tiros j for locomotives and passenger equip-. 1H6UI. This means the creation ot a j new and iniporiaiu for as up to tht1 nil tiic j The" Quality Never Varies RAYMONDDANCE CANCELLED ON ACCOUNT OF BAD WEATHER THE DANCE ADVERTISED FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, HAS BEEN CANCELLED. WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF LATER DATE. tires have Imported. Mr. Duller is :i well-kaoivn in ilie railway and bufiiiots IK- hsF been in ihe service oi iho ('am-.- riian .ind thn C'amnlian North- err. railways [or upjrly twenty yc.ir.i where he has acquired a con'jtc- Uon which w'll bo valuable in ihe im- pnriant lt> which he uow sue- DR. LOVERifiC i SPOKE AlMTl IINJUNCTION WILL ALLOW TEUTON OPERA IN N.Y. XKW YORK. Oct. oi German opera at the Lexington theatre, which Monday niphl proToXeil by service men, was discon- ed Issl night, the ouicome of legal, -warfare begun. Tholr attor- ney is seeding a court order restrain- ing Ihe police from enforcing instruc- lions from Mayor Hvlan to prevent rresenlation of "The Mailer Singer" nclil has heea siened. Ur, I-overing the syecial ?ncak- cr at the "Y" on Sunday afternoon, nnd gave a vtry intcrpsliou -idilrrss ID a largo gathering. His subject i 'TUe Present Unrest in the j Its Cause, and Cure." J He ?niil ihat the ivorM was ;n ?aci; a state ot unrest it had never 'jctn. and ihal many instead of seeing hope in ihe league ot nniions could only s-ii's the gernts Tf war. The speaker said j thai although Germany had You Need Not Tolerate the inconvenience of a cough, when a few doses of by oil good jvifh Co J Liver Oil give you almost instant relief. It heals the rawness of llie bronchial tubes: slops Ihc nnnoying'Iickling 'lliat leads lo spasms b! coughing; and soon restores Ihe throat to ill normal condition. On acco.unt of its pleasant lasle, children take il readily. Ketp a bottle always in the house. Red belli Ihe tudemiiV. t3 it.lidvd tj National Drag asj Cantda, LimittJ. YOUR CATTLE Your stock will will also help lo stamp out this great menace lo caltle breeding in Alberta. We will be dipping on 23rd, 24th and 25th cf October. Make arrangements now: G. 0. KERR RURAL 1008 The same satisfying some delightful flavor is sealed in every can of Seal Brand Coffee [n Jj pound, I pc-und, end 2 pound m ike Iwan, ground, ground for percolators. "Perfect It's free. CHASE SANDORN the peace, she ivould never them, andN quoted Sir John Foster' FniEei-. the eminent British writer, as saying ihst the >vurM ivas prerjar- ins Tor another great war 1 would lie 'ought, from Ihc and Ihal Italy, Germany. and Japan be-silled afiainsi (he ivorld. I Ho on Ihe present labor un- rest nrbfcL Irad been brousbr by thG Sfi'tat shops, child labor, poo; j Ivas hours, Jntk of sur rouudings find vsntilation. elc. nil] thai labor in dars gone by hnJ ot bad a square deal but was deter- s dined lo uoiT. Another factor j he blgh cost ot living which labor S was combatting wilh strikes wtrch -ere in many ivays quite justified. Je said ihert unrest over ll'.e re- onstructlon. 2nd that the 'elerans felt it too, as thty liail bought thft great war would have been but now began lo realize bey wouH hare to fite another, also many had Eacritlced thsir homeE, ands and cverythingTo their and tbelr family's welfare. For the low- j csl possible while the war pro' ILccTB at home were amsssinK for- j .lines. The legislators were also si sea wondorlng wliat would be the iult.of the coollict between capital and nbor. The speakpr said that hfc had nl-1 ft conference 'recently in Ot-; tawa bin had lo confess was very j dlsappo-.nted as he tould see it w: case or rarty first and Canada second. J D-. Levering also dwelt on the un-1 rest in education circles out toped' _bere might be some help to allay tbl1? I as a result of Ihc present conference] 'in Winnipeg. He also spoke o! tne unrest in the cJiurch which he eald re- J quired such a forward movement as be world had nevtr seen lo put :1 :ght. speaker sard he hafLa criticism j 0 olfer to each party. Cajiilal was only getttng what wag coming to her and labor was coming lino her own hough the meLhotls riot always jusllfiea, such -as when Hi': j water was cut off which might havR i caused an outhreaT; 01 typhoid; Ihe public rights alao have lo ho cons'.d- j ered. The speaker said lie did not he-1 lievc the Great War Veterans ahonlil KSt war EratuHy they are asking' for. ibDUgh he did Ijelievc ihnt'if Iho govcrnmenl could confiscate! the wcaUh amassed by the war protLieera out of the hiootl the men that fell in It should certainly hs to the veterans. He did beUeve, huw- ever, that the dtpsndcnts should IJP properly looVcd .said (hat. poiitlci antl union iiarllea lia'l provtrt dlgappointing- Thc said thought ihf. Solution was in training In the schools. Ttic grerti war had htdn hrouRlu on by Ormany's training in the nnfl likcwiFR wr, could nrltii? an evtu greater result by a cfni Irary mctlioi. I nitniunately the pow- ers thai he rtMn't adopt reltpinus irain- ing a3 they were afraid of oKcndlnf; some reJfgfmis sect. 1 Of all men, Hie sptakor paid, the mfnlnters the purest Ihc church failed In that it tried (o take In everyone and had lo (undone many things It ought not an'l hart de- parted frnm the preaching ni Ihc On.H- and In the ttf John nail "loft thy flrxt love." JIo believed the church should lie prnparr-l lo fit ami (rillciffj) and if it lia'l (nnsiUltnUy taught what ChrlM had pr-ached thcro would have been no war, and '.or this rtason the claim no bless- Tho world TKBSI all Ifjn mfllcriRll.-.tlc. and JiJifJ been tonslanlly turninR "utoncs'Jnto hrcftrt." Tlirs In conclusion we ro'ilcl have lo liict Save and Use EGG-Q Baking Powder Egg-O Baking Powder Co, .Limited Hamilton, Canada DON'T MISS THE- METROPOLITAN SINGERS IN KNOX CHURCH Wednesday, Oct. 22nd General Admission, This is the first of a scries of splendid entertainments arrang- ed for by tho local lyccuni committee in conjunction with Ihc 'Klllson-WhiLo Dominion Lyceum Hurt'nu. The circuit this year includes Metropolitan Singers, Sam Lewis Company, Davis the Magician, DcMilTe Quartette, cheslral Entertainers and Pankhurst, in her world- on Bolshevism. Buy a season ticket for 53.00 and enjoy these splendid attractions. Students tfckcU, ?2.00, Now Is The Time To Have Your Christmas Photos You should arrange an appointment at once. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD ON Thursday, October 30 AT A.'C. WISEGARVER'S FARM, ONE MILE NORTH OF THE GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTAL FARM, LETHBR1DGE. COMMENCINQ P.M. FRANK WADDINqTQN U favor'jrl willi kslructions fronj >Tr. Wiargarrcr to sell by Public and without reserve: 1 sorrel mare; 3 good cows (2 3 yearling hclfcra; 2 cnlvcs; 1 fal hog; 40 lurktys; 15 .1 rlucks; buRgy and hArricsR; irfarn sfeparaltir. saddle; tools and various ouUkle c-ffcclt and the houstnold FURNITURE Hound oak cxlonalon tlining tahlc- EtLoak ilininR chairs; ocnlre taWes; two rockers; finned-nak and Bolder-oak drrrscrs: rhltfonk-ro; cot anrl mattress; tahlo; "sectional book fZ'f.ettitonn. lop and brass trlmrnorl complete wltli sprliTgi and mattresses; stcol range, ncallng slovt-; 6 kitchen rbalrs anrj hllchcn table; gowl Incubator; wasliluba and Ijollcr; wringer nntl many other smaller articles. TERMS CA3H AUCTIOWtER'S PHONES UNRESERVED Live TOGETHER WITH COMPLETE LINE OF HOUSE- HOLD EFFECTS Of POWLETT COWLEY ONE AND A HALF MILES FROM STATION On Friday, Oct. 24th i EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE1 OWNER IS GIVING UP FARMING 'SALE STARTS AT 11 A.M. FREE LUNCH AT NOON AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE WILL SELL DY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE AT YHE OLD VAN WJNKLE PLACE, N. W. OF SECTION 4lh. LOCATED THREE MILES EAST OF COALDALE On Monday, Oct. 27th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK 1 milk cnw; I sqjdlo liorsc; 1 stock Pfiddle; 1 ridlnjf brhllc; 1 slnfitc bufisy; 1 set tlrlvlnB hnrncss; 100 chir.kcns; 2 pair F'ckin ducks; 1 gelding, S yeara, wciijhlng 1700; J SkCormlck mower: 1 McCornick hfly r.'ikc; I dlac, 10 John Dcr.rc 16-ln. stublilo hoi torn; 2 steel gns rtnima; ftnd cquipmcnl; many small Rrliflc-s Loo nnmtTous lo mention- TERM3 CASH PETER LaVALLEV, Auctioneer D, J. WcSWAIN, ClerV c-o Dowslcy Land .Agency, Lcthbrldgc.