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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSLUY, OCTOHKH 22, 1919 PAOE TUmTERN J-QOD OF HuSKlKG TKC PODS The "technical name lor COCOA Bfoma'-which means 'Food oJTlie Finislwd Product lfw Natural flavor of ttw Cocoa "It's a tangle" at present and as yet Hon. T. Bamzc, said pi r. MarhF. Emphasizing Hie fact that there lias I been nn meeting of tlie Labor forces [since the election and that he was pimply speaklug lor himself. ?-lr. Hie matter out" Sir William salrt. think there was something more that the general unrest underlying ihc do probable than, any coalition with the the government. bad not acnscd during my tour United Fanners of he Look at Hie great meet ing we'had at Chatham, and between lot llic greatest surprises Hearst and hi? colleagues of On Yiclury Loan Workers There Hope lie Lend Help- ing Hand MONTREAL. O.-T. it is ho by I ho' Victory i-socuilvc for Monlrc-Jl Hit- J'riuco of Walv.i TIL' nlilo Id lake pan in Iho can: -..liovl limp noil Muiulax I'VCmnjf :i mr-ciim; uf Iho orfian Him anil MorkiT-i to la held ai the Wliidsur Hon-1. Kffurts have been r.LiiOi" to secure Hi? att'Miiliiiice of th" [irinco fnr ii iuii uiea nl this mor.EiMg ami (he conmiLitco am BIU- tbm 'he jirlnci- will Li ablo to siKLiiilizc Ihc (if thn Victory loan ill I In- L'iJiiuJiiiii metropolis by Riviuj; it his iijiproval. This mil yd ussurej owliiK to thr or lilt; lloyal bu: it i? iuliiuiiloil iliat Iho ni'e Hint Iho prince will ail'-ml for a hrlt-f pcrlo-l. uicui lo Iho prohibition Lill, Mr. Burn- u said today: 'J beliave tbo scopo of such a bill should bo as wldo v.a Iho return ot ttio people- of a province may and not ba confined to' ono an.lt.lo. For oiamyte a nationwide crusiOe ban been begun In the United Tor Sunday observance and it Uia out bill docs uol ahow Itself cap- ol extension province would be properly equipped to expreis In wleh by referendum. A new era ol ei- (be people's will has arrlv- anil the methods defined by a fed- rhoviM be coniDlelfl-" EYGFY Home In Canada Needs Tcrf'iJ Lizvr, Sick MONTItKAL. Oft. was learn. ril yoslcnlay Mmt folluwinii a number conferences botw Bin re-present :t- lives UIP, Caiuilten jvipcr matiufs" ncwpior'-'r intortsis coi ccTiicil in thp L'unLru tivcr pi'K'i- of newFjirhit pjpi-r .i acrccninnt ha5 of nt iiol yol ihe rcjiort I'.u-li >i.V- 10 iimhe tn its ;i mnJuraic; advanc'.1 from Ihe [ireva ing Icvc-l Oflt. 11. A. Mtirkie of Ktlmonion Asks If For -H. A. Mac- given the ncrtralt and aslia for the suppression n vi i> jf (he films Manitoba Will Allow No Dcvia- The Uonn films referred to In the foregoing were to have Lecn proiluc- eJ In nerltu on Oct. 10, but were sup- pressed hy govprninc-nl ordfir on lhal lay. The llllc of tho picture was an- nounced: "Wllhclm's good fortune iinil bad finish." The announcement saUl ine suppression grew out of a desire to prevent Pilin being maJc a cause for poHHt-al comljala at a time feeling already was at a high lion in Question of School Attendance WIN.VIPKG, Oct. will ]jc no deviation from tho rule nf eiifori1- Int? (he .School Aitciirlanre a a In .Mnn- itoba and Mc'imoiiltGs. like other sec- j Lions of tho community, will have lo j comply wllli the law. Or inlulstcr of education, told ;i tion of -Mennonltes which yesterday requesled the government to i enforcement: It announroil this SALONIKA 001. .on.ral in western Thrace W miles west- 'no nnrlhM-rst of was occupied !iniljlk. schuolSi ,hc OTTAWA, Oct. 22. kle, Edmonton Enst, notice that he will ask house of commons aboui the of equipment hy tht Iniptrial mun- Itlons board to Frilhof Ericsson, a foreigner of Swedish descent. Mr. Mackle asks if tenders were called and !T they wrre pjb- llshed and If it is not true that equipment valued rt between and was sold lo EricJtson for approximately 000. He also wants to know w'no sanctioned the sale and why the Canadian government did rot take eteps to acquire it. Ssveraf Can- adians, Mr. Msckle stated In his questions, addressed Inquiries to the Imperial munitions board and were told the equipment was not for sale. Mr Mackie closes a long list of questions by asking: "Does the Canadian government intend lo Inquire as to the whole transaction and what, if any, par- ties besides the said Frithof son figure In the same, In order to relieve itself from the critic- ism which Is levelled at the gov- GREEKS OCCUPY XANTHIF which i J. H. nurnhiiin Would Make Hcfercnduni Apply To To- bacco and Everything OTTAWA. Oft. J. H. lluinbam, Folerburo, has (jiven lioticc Ihnt on ihe rcnOhij; of onlc-rs of the day for fin--; sitting of HIP ctuniniltcc of (ho clinic on ihe prohibition act lie will niovc ihe following, resolution: "Thvit It IMI an" Instruction to the. coniiiiiltcc of on said bill that clo have poiver (o r'xlcni] llie provisions of thn snirt hi'l n[ acl lo the artmnii- men i ihereliy rztating lo it toxkntiut; ticjuors. lo playing carilp, lo fc.ither.i u-jhl tor drc.-s or older orna- niRisiiiI and lo tobacco in inv Conn." Jlnrcrriii.? to his proposed amenil- REDUCTION IN FARM LABOR HOURS HURT PRODUCTION LONDON. Oct. 22. contral anil associated chambi-rs of agriculture have adopted a resolution warning the Government that any re- duction o( Ihe hours o( agricultural workers would seriously limit (he in- crease In fond production, tho cost oT living and diminish em- ployment on the land. has marked out the lo public 5 ,h Oct. atives of the Manufact- urers1 Association interviewed members of the government this mornfng. Tariff questions, it is undcr-tood, were chief ty under discussion. The discussions were in private and no subsequent an- nouncement was made public. The manufacturers were received by Sir George Foster, Sir Henry Dray ton, Senator Robertson and Messrs. Meighen, Sifton and Guthrie, OTTAWA, Oct. A. rau, has Kivpn noiire llmt he u'ill inquire in Ihe on Thursday it It is thp intention of the Kovomnent lo advise the Impcr'Al authrjriiies that it ivouM hu desirable iiiat King George should proclaim a Kcucral amnesty througlioul the whulc ISnttsh Enipire in favor of ihosc iihvc violalnd .Military Service ncLj in any pirl oMhe Hinn'rc oh Ihe of-1 ptoclamalion of peace. He also asks the goyftrnmenl if U vilendE to jliroclaiin IpmiViLiaiely a general riin- ncsiy coinciding "wilb the proclania- i lioti of rjebce 16 all defaullers andj i paT-tk-ularly farmers' sons ir. Caniuia j "r.lio naye always nndcrslooil tiicir services were ju.cl as valuable as thcso who had enlisted for over- KEEP OUT UNDESIRABLES WASHINGTON'. Oct. bill ck- cndli-E war Ifmft restrictions on (nr one ysar, as lo exclude (Continued From Front IJagC-1 oral the formers coalition would have iii.ijm iiy ol fivc.over all others In the house. i Dewart Anxious to Lead However, It is conceded, gunorally from ihe country radicals and other I today Ihnt tho llcutenant-govenior undesirable aliens ivas passed today. c-onatitutit.nally would have lha li> the senate, without a record vole anil sent to conference. i-i-'-i 'r-' J.. J----' >i .1.'. re Your Food Serve Well not cut out costly foods which yield little real service, and replace them with "working" food- The delicious, ready-cooked cereal to call on Hartley Dowarl, the ot Ihe last "official" onimsitlon in I house, to form a. nciv Rovcrnmcnt, fll-j Ib'on'gh his Llhcfal foUowIng In the I newly-clccled houso Is .second lei the U.'F. 0. in numbGrs-- today Sir John TInn- ECS55on au morning reviewing the dry. lIciilenant-govDrnor. in reply to arsing from the elections crlticUm node.Ly Mr. Dewait, in Monday. On adjournment for lurid) crence to a statement made was given out that no John yesterday, decision -had arrived al, and tlie "Why should Mr. Depart think ho. conference, would bo resumed this Is not.the.man I .will call on to form nrinrnonn_ tho government? i Tho gorcrnuient hns to be carried on, however, by souicliody al present oulsidc tTio clccl- ed house, If he can nol be found am- Inexpensive and a heavy yielder of physical and mental energy. Try Grape-Nuts MADE BY CANAOTAN POSTUM 'CEREAL co. ong the already elected members.1 Can Dewarl Succeed? Unless Mr. Dcwart can from a coal- lion, which hardly seems likely Iho leulenant-KOVernor "will thrn probab- y call en tlic leader ol the I'nHeil Far- nera and It would b? no surprise to nany it the farmers at thnlr onvcntipn hfire IhU aftcnioon pro- lose as their leader Sir Adam Deck, Farmers Want Beck The situation regarding Ihe F. O. .is far an. could be gntliorcd from onvcrsntlon with farmer delegates ipCore they met tnrlay In conference ccmcrt lo favor tho creation nl coalition government with the U. P. X In control, under a strong loader o be probably IMs'aftcmoon. of the farmers today staled bat ronferences Iiatl been lioUI Sir Adam Deck on tho and ;hcir rcprcstntallnna were lo be made !o the conference tlila aflernoon. Shy at Devvart Sctvetary Morrison of the rnrmera' ataloil hia view on the ovrrlurrp lh.it Morf: heinR nndi Ihn farmers to ]oln ivHh the Lib cm Is in Iho form.iMon of a roilltlon ;tivornmcnt.. The coaUUon. as SUR- rested by If. II. Dewarl. tie said, would not bo a real coalition a! all; !n be such It would haTo to represent all the parlies. Aa to the ndvlfabllfly o [olnlng In such an Administration, he would not nn opinion, This afternoon, Hon. T. A. Crcrflr former minister of ngrtruUiirc In Ihe dominion govern s fid re? Red the IT. K. O. nt ihe confercnrc. It. H. Ualbnrt and many V. F, O Iradtra also spoke lo the di- of whom Micre were Cfl In eluding Trtoat oT Ihe nnwly r-lerled fnr- mcr members of Ihe Ontario legisla- ture. r. A new c-lertion coul'l not come'too soon for tho Inbor party, which la dc- liphk'i at Ihe refills of the hnsllly roinpnign, safd Mr, Marks, srorefirj' of Iho parly, v-'ho rfid rniif-h of (he Jns- "The people dfd not Inko serlpus Find to or- Sir William Puzzled TOIIONTO, OcL Sir William earst, accompanied liy Ijdy Hearst.] rrlvcd In Toronto today from ionic in Saull Hte. .Marie, where ml up a strenuous but losing figlit igalnst the forces of that rtd- ng. The premitr looked tired vorn fiftrr the strenuous campaign inA was unable In csplnin the lanrt-j WAGSTAFFE1S Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Orange. cnJ No camouflage. Boiled xlih fare in llde for the fiovtrnnienL at the polls'? jn Monday, or give any solution of he question of how lo form a cabinet' hat would secure the support of a ma- .orily of the new legislature. X-RAY FAILED Mechanic, Gives Evidence There flic tasrs where science in iln mnst plja o3 is absolutely yet otlier tielp 13 al hand- i This is j.rnvc.l Ly llin testimony of n mechanic, rM ycnnof whosufTcrcl, at positive torlutr from stonfj io After in any rrriif'dicji wit If tin I lie ha'i :ui pholojjr.ij'h taken, :ilfu lo show where Ihc Ironlilr jus! at tliis juncture1. wTifn In1 almost given up liopn nny relief, Gin were brought lo liia notice, Tbr.io lamoas Pills in a VOTT short time C-naHcd hi en to fitu Iho el one nhirh was tho rnnrc of his !rouble. W will the narof; of (his man bn frqucat. KMnty aotl TibdJer Irojllts KhonlJ Dot bo tifglcrtcrl. The fust syniptofni. jhould be efficient warding, Pain in tlic1 sulea or IiStV, conslaTit honlaclicp; neuralgic an'I it rhciitn- pravd, urinr, sjit-rti hof-iro (Ins eye.', all point to (Vr.inp'mcnt. iVin, T'illi phouM he obtninel iritlicmt Uiticjjists nnrl r.irry thorn money rffunclrtl if not Mtisfidl.' I'rtc sample on Thfl Dnrfj fc CTirmlcal f.'o- of Canada, Urittd Plircfl Co., Inc., 2W Main St., U-jffab, N'.V. 754 Announcement! Messrs. Watson, Campbell Smith, Ltd, CALGARY ALBERTA Wish to announce thai it fs the IntenUon ot the Corapany lo enlarge their present liu.staess by carryii.g a much heavier" stock ol tholr already wrll aJvnrtisc-4 lines on this nitirkcl, and many lines of. wutch the Company enllrely controls for (he Province of Alberta as well Os for II. T. Larger space lie secured hy Iho Copmany for Morn go and a most complete of the follow lie carried ]n Calgary al all seasons of the year, thereby avoiding ilelay In making BAKE OVENS AND BAKERS' Bakers' Supplies and entire equipment, for Bake Shopt, consisting of all catalogue goods. RESTAURANT AND KlTCHEW Coffe Urns, Lunch Counter Stools, Silverware, etc. CANDY MAKERS' TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT. SODA FOUNTAINS, BACK BARS AND ALL let Cream Parlor Furniture, cU- A sample room has been opened recently in (he City of Edmonton, (or the conienlenco of tualomers in the northern parl of Iho I'rov- Jnre. This is nniT.g taken c.irc nf by Mr, Colin A. Canipbtill, Secretary of Ih.e. Company, The MnhaRomtnl of the desires lo think tho TrarTo for It.n splendid palrcnare in Ihe past and solicit a ror.tlmiallon of their business, Tho Co'iipany" has ahvnys cntieavorcd (n nisisl any Confec- tioner or H.ikor m (he TV ay of repairing hit tquliniiei.! and looltlnE tiitor Interests fnvilcd lo- and inspect (he most up-fo-dalc stock nljMlnable, H they consider Installing any riirnMnlng for thtiir husinfia SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR MOIR'S HIGH GRADE CHOCOLATES FOR PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, Office and located al 224 Eleventh Ave, W.. ;