Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE u-rnmRincr DAILY UISIIALII. MONDAY, ocroiir.u 21, IIMU PEACE mm Ml High Officials of Labor a H P al Ansstcrds (.alhenng I'reliminan an orgMi- Trades unions opo-neJ Its lira; confer-1 I ".UU since iti at An'.ster-] dim !asi July, our the ruins of ibel '-ilj "mteruaiiuiiAie." fronij j Germany and Ausiila veie ,11110115 I Llioso lo ih9 conference, j -ihe supremo eoum.il hut log approved I their turning following 3 prcnesi by i lie Amsterdam cond-rooce Asalas: iheir exclusiuu. j Whether or not these GeU-eaies will; n 11 A ,T. la the oflk'ial I7nable to Handle Crowds in Vic- however. JeiKrDils ujKsa the vole of ihe accredited delegate.? 10 the con- fere ace after ibey uonvene. Later leaaers thol, lhe toria Where Tolmle Seeks Election C- SIR HENRY TO SPEAK IN WISXIFKG. Oil. Drayion, I'anatinD min- Is'.cr ot flur.nco. will a.Urpss a mass mcclIrK hrro this evening In the loiere-ts iho Victorv Loin an-1 [oral offlclale ari confident itio minlsu'r will make some atiuouiicenienis of great lini'or'.QDCe lo the general flilanolrU pulley o( ihe gorernmeiil as regards eccnoifly. Though in Camidu, He Has Ueen Named Mayor of Newport ions began in resslc-ts hero iiiscusslon at iho conference'ls ei- l-J liLeetitt; of In- i pp.-'.ej to hinge on the of or- !..bor provl It'J In ganiiert labor. The federation derided itc'rrCiLy no ai Amsterdam to ?.n; nci'vj '.VAS lie-'ff more itan one govern meet repre- of Hie1 t'i arrival of per- i sor.tative In each delegation in lhe COD- >if tb-> oiTuials of :h? feder-. ffrenre. In the peioc iroaty each nal- alion. ioit' hij fjar reureseat-- A Arple'-'''. I'tYfi-i Ini: :he govcrriJ'-ei.t. I d1 of' The clinilna.ilon of one gorernmenial I tb: during ih? wou'd iin-rease corresyonJ-[ i ihe Influence of iho lubor ropre-. The federation Is also eipected to 'rieT it? denied? ihii the .Cive3 cf trade? ut'.iODS afTlllaieJ riL-mii vi irtoor Lr.bor. thai they will arrive wnlshi. was Cipot-teil (o be choseu presiding A. Bernard, of New ng of lhe foderailon conlorcnce. ?ui (he Ke Among those a [lending were J. iJoa of iabor, who was secreiary th- !cd "istcrnailonale" during the war. C R Sailings CUE3EC TO LIVERPOOL MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL ............Nov. 15 ..........Nov. J3 ST. TO LIVEF.POOL TO i Oct. 31 j ................D-v. U v.-rilf fcr .nil iDTormv iroa. i1. P.. JAS. GORDON Dtpo' Ticket Ancnt PHONE 512 .Ticltels on ah At- Loatlc.lines. ir.ternailoual erganizailon be ac- in every c.isp as lhe labor dele- [pj thp inieranllonal.labor conTcr- GjCC. Arrive NEW VOUK.' Oil. Sex- [PT. Tom Shaw, O. W. Alfred Oziaii.-. delegates from Greai Ilrltain to the ir.lernatlonal labor con- ference, authorized under ihc peace :reny. arrived today oo lhe Ma'jre- frcci ffenfipld. r-f Great Britaia, _'. li oppoMnj ihe return of Hon. F. S. Toluile, who has been appointed minister ol ajricullure. Pollins commenced nl s o'clock this njorning. Such large numbers ot tors 'went to the stations 01. their way to business thai Uie polling .clerks -.vero unable to handle tlie I crowds. Women formed a large part ;ol the RalherlnR of early voters. It eipected that tLe final reeull will be known o'clock. In Quebec East QL'EIBRC, Oct. hcary .lery Id the political in iho j Onubec Easl lee lion ihunlcTuJ Jfj" WiXXIPEO, Oct. Wrlghl, coled Uriii.-h leader end yresident ol union. hai beeu in yeslerdav afic-mwii. Rr-irsl I.aiwintf. I tlf paet lp i i r A k -wes Sftlurda-v mayor of New- Liberal ..ferred iu .Momuouthshlro, Hccordins 10 a electtoi-.' iit (Viarlu ail taw. cat rcceiveJ from Eu gland, the dcleal rovcibnieiLt -.vaf n-n-Mr. Is the first labor mayor iiic bul the ilr-; M; i-kvied tii thi? ImporlaiiL centre. Pre- Bordeu The Unlie.il Farmurs hadScisc tlguroa of ihe "vote are i_ot yet korfifiniieJ In Ontario bec.uiEG lhe] avLllablc, but IT is iaLJmatcd TQRt Mr Dorden governnieut had keep its promise not 10 foiled to majority is large-. conscript .farmers' sons. He i-ongrslulatcd ihe UnlleJ Farmers of Unlorio on their j INVESTIGATE HIGH stand against racial aud religious j prejudice and in this connection he ]pald a tribute 16 the T. A. Crerar, former minister o( agricul- ture in the Unionist cabinet. Archaeologists Differ As pariins yesterday an-) cvorythiDg is r.otv- IL KadiDesi few- Whether Europeans or In- dians Creators A paiotlng of two goats on tlie rocks otVtfcc vesi of" the Columbia Hlvef, L-K-Q miles north of Vulmaga Ferry, in Kltckltat County. toa, has caused -A difference of opinion among scientists of that state. Some ihls painting, as wc-11 is other Mary Mi-Arthur, secretary, of ihe painted rocks are ihe wort ol Trade UnioQ League, j carly Teutonic eiplorers, while others [ho steamer on their way i't V.'tshingtcn to attend the Intercal- of working ivomen. This con.CTesa, called by lie AVoiu- en'5-Traji? Union.'League of America, 10 pryi-cau i'nu Iiilernnilonai labor Tr.c- iiriaripal io come up ?-t ihe -.TOUCH'S confercncu are those rc- laUiig LJ lavrs lor the proteciion of woniei noJ children in iinltstry. one section of the program to to IIKCQ up b> Lhe lalior confer- ence. Convene Wednesday WASHINGTON. Oct. 27. leaders of many practically ali accredited delegates to the Intcr- national. laoor conference, will con- vcnc gathered here today when the international federation o( Fay ihc Indian? painted them. Oluf Opsjon. .1 Etuiicul of arche- ology, believes ihe gosts were paint- ed by European travellers. He classes them as part of an astro- nomical symbol JuLended lo indiratt- ihe He ;ays he similar symbols on a stone on the north shore of Masa. W. S. Lewis. SecreSary of the Hast too Historical Society, regards the pielurea us fragments of an early his- tory ef ihe tribesmen of tho p'aclric Xorthwest. .iru.n.'i'ii, V-rt .1 ?eeloy. cliief of Ihe Uritlsh air mini-- try, bss ordered Hn Inqulrj- into tlie h'gh dtiih roll of Ihe olr force on iLc rouln behTepii Londnti' and Cairo. KlevtMi vicliiny are alleged 10 hare lost spol on ihc Oiiio blEhway In Ten- thoir lives over the Jlcdilcrruueaa ID ;iies5ce. iu-0 youtigjiicu hpld up ar.jjihe fc-xv iminllip. Including Cotll Jrobbcd all pnssc-rs by from suuseL] DarH-y, machin? crashed and until iiiMiiigbt. fatally shot a dtpuiy burned near Rome. Darley Ibc-tnselves p.l lonely DEATH RATE OF AVIATORS toaay. .liUL Addre-ss'ng n jarfo gftthoring of finally surrendered afler fciora St. Roche's roller rink ono of Iheui had been wouuded. lougutl to Lachine. Qut.F and gol hii irrtinlna as ati aircauu in Toroulo. Ol'S ALIENS BILL LONDON. Oct. Allen'ft Restriction bt'l, over which the government suffered defeat was amended In the today according to thl govirn- mtnt'a deklrt. Amendment! offer- ed by Mr. Bonar Law, the govern- Icid'tr, Were idepted unanimously, EDISON COLLECTS FOR THE 8ALVATION ARMY Henry ForO, 'John. Bur- roughs and Thomas A. Edfoou ivere In Tllion, N.H., on' a Ttcntlon trip, T Joined the crowd at a Snlra- tlou Array meotlnc just as a Stl- vallon lasile TTBS abont to the tambourine. Mr. Edison jtntly took it troifl hand and Look u? tho cqlleciJoa, KcLlfug CeDGrous contribution! from lownepcople, who recognized Seetns the tambourine full, Kord said: "Why don't you pui jour hat nnd Mr. Edlion ra- "All right, Henry. 11 you'll start me off with a gooJ-slced con- tribution." Boih Ford and Bur- roughs cinpUed their pocket? lulu Mr. KdlFon'a liat. So did Ud'jon himself, and he turned orer tu Llic Salvation Army e> tambourine and ji hat toil ol just much -sap not nuuounced. tbe Mm. ilr. The Department of .Agriculture has seVerUy-five cars of Ontario and Quebec Hay on lhe way from the -East for distribution to farmers' who .have not ar-; ranged lo purchase locally. The price for Number two 'Iimothy at Lethbridge and Medicine Hat will be thirty-two dollars, f.o.b., and al Calgary thirty dollvas, f.o.b.-for good Number i- three Timcthy, Purchasers nitidl pay local'freight from these [fj-rjomts and remit dollars per car with -order. 1 Farmers requiring this hay.address J. Department of "Agriculture, Edmonton. BUY VICTORY BONDS Deeply Interested in Education iindEncpuraged'Fairy'i .Tales' I Much -has -ueen .-said shout, the toaricuess ami brutalitj of Bela Kun, the deposed despot of "Austria- Hungary, but the Manchester Guardian I Gives another view ot him. It points ont that his chief efforts were used to promote education among his -peo- j pie, and iJia I. during his ln- i creased the mles, or 5tatc pay, of until the? recelred one-third mere than. thc-Cabinot }Iln- Idlers did, includins Hela Kuu him- self. As a Jew Tie- deeply Inter- ested in thai cduca Uon that did not consist merely In Hie c.ccumulalion oC [sets. He en- I r.Duraged the institution of (airy story lelHn? in the Budapest School curriculum, and eiteuocd use to the children's hospitals, orphan- colonies and asylums, instl- tutea aud convalescent homes. Ki- cursions TreTe made into the woods with the puplla, with fairy glories as part or the cntertaiDrrienl. Kun hail planned greatly extending tbla fS LODGE FOR WAR? Pete! This morning at breakfast I was looking at my S. S. Certificate and Paw sees it and says: "How many green stamps, and I says: and Paw, gives a sort of groan, Pete, that was awful sad-like, and says: "C'ould I float a loan with you, and I says lo him: "What interest rale, i says: "No, I won't deal with no linanjial pirates like you, son." Whalcha think he f Don't Forget the Thrift Card National War Savings Committee ALBERTA DfVJSION W. H. .ALEXANDER, Chairman I__i (From the XCTF York World.) Assuming Lh.; truth of .everything said by Senator Lodge as lo the char- acter and purposes of the Japanese TTC hare an enemy In the Orient too powerful lo ta Ignored.- The Senator from Massachusells has beea hearrl In Ufces past when_ war appeared to Imminent, bul in none-of; his rife courses In relation to Spain or Mex- ico or Germany has he exhibited more hlttemeaa than fie now manifests lo- warrt Japan.' We are told lint Japan is armed to teeth; that Hs'irieLno'la arc I' Ha-tmpcrialigllc are URllniUcd; lhal It 13' steeped In per fidy; that It InLenda lo..conquer and mllUarlze'China's teeming .millions and that If we allow it to keep Shan tung we shall crcnlually pay the pen ally, as Great DrlLaln dirt In the world war for its failure lo check Ocrmnn aggression fitly ycsra ago How can we be so short-sighted, he aaks. "ai actually to leave Japan Lo become a peril lo Not many of his (ellow-cKlzena I with Senator tilsina j forehodlngs. but on one point the> musl DC In full accord- H he leltcvca hti own words, no amendmcnC of ih'1 pcaco trcaly can meet the altualton I That fa trifling wllh an awful menace JasL as Great Britain trjfled when Ut-nmark, Austria and Franco were despoiled. What Senator fxidge shouh at oiire anrl bolilly Is lo Inlrotluci a resolution declaring war, wlthou which-hi3 words arc as sounding brasi anfl tinkling cymhals. PATTERSON-BELL HAY CHAIN CO, Offer excellent Green Oal Fine'for wintering horses and eat- Ife. Shipped under eovcrnrr.enl free freight town, very eheap. Phone 1563, next dior to Tefegraph office, over the Union Bank. Do It now! Ions of Rye Grass a fid OaU, splen- did tampfe. Party Confections After all the ghosts and witches at your Hallow- e'en party have come back to After the apples and nuts and cake and other. things decidedly When the fun lags just a Pass around Chiclets. These dainty, candy-coated confections will liven up the conversation. So they make .for merry parties. For your use, Chiclets are sold; everywhere at ten for 5c. For the party or the family, the Week-End Box at 25c. Adams product, particularly prepared Canadian Clicwing Gum CCP., Winnipeg, Vancouver.