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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER jjvniimuJin: DAILY NIINM World Labor Problems Will Be Debated; Congress Open WAJBHIN'tiTO-S', Oct. than 3f 3 re cap reseated here todayi for the optniug ot the International! labor conference, creatbd by tte treaty at Versailles for I he Improvement aa-i standardIzntlou of labor conditions throughout ibe world. Jo opening Uie conference at GOOD, 1'nlted Blatee Secretary or Wil eon iald ho would designate' the as- sembly as the "tonfercDCQ ID ILo pro- or organ! red." and by thla Interpretation he beHerei he abides by contortion thai only these nn'.ea which bava rat Hied tho tail ifarllc.paU la tbe ultJclal confer- ence. Tbe rrofratn far loday as outllaed liy oreanlzlDg coinuilttea colled for addresses bj- Secretary Wilson and Joliu Barrel I, d'.recior of lio pan- American uulon; Iht, reuort of Arthur KoniaJoe, of France, chairman ot tha commit I eo on organization of the sembly. AJter the conference session noml- noes for offices of ib'e conference and the secretarial board 1.1U be chosen al btparale meelinga of dekgatea repre- senting eoTernmecU, omplorera and worXers. Officer? will be elected to- The Ilret Question to come before conference It dawn for .neia on will be Iho eight- bour day and lie 48-hour Treefe. Participate WAS111NOTON, Oct. tires ot UlfOT and ID the Unlttd will participate unotfl claUy In JntemaUoaal labor coo fere nee, which began Iti tenlou here today, and Becrelarr Wilson, ot the labor department, who called the con (ereuco lo ba Aimed preal dent. JKftOHE Llmbar Up With Pvnelratluj Wlurd Oil A and prepara- tion to relieve ihe pains ol Rheuma- tism, f-'cir.iica, hamc Back and Lum- bago is Htmlin's Oil. It ocn- ctrjies drives out soreness and iimbers up slid aching joints and muscles. Vou have no idea )mw useful il will be lomid in ot every day ailment ot mishap, when there it TUcd of an imincdiatt healing, nntl- seplic application, is in cases ol sprains, cuts, burns, bilCJ and sting? Gel it from for SO cents. It not saliined. return the bottle ant1 ytl your money back. Ever constipated or have sicfc headachef (ry Liver pleasant liiJc pink pills, 30 cents GuaraiUeed. Two Killed In Riots DisapproV' Ing Coming of MUner Commission Egypt, Oct. rlolers were klllo'd and 10 others 27 poMcomen were, hart In a Ecrlpus NftLloaallst ''deiabiiEtratloi yestenlay. The trodblo, arose -wlion Ihc polici altcinnlet) to suppress a'pcaceabl gNOW while; fine and absolutely pure. Runs freely, be the weather wet or dry. HAOZ CM CANADA t h j THE CANADIAN SALT BISCUIT CO. LIMITED Royal Arrowroot Biscuit pure and Makes brain .c. Children n-ups like them. But "Fruil-a-tivss" Brduglil Health and Strength 29 ST. ROSE ST., MOSTIEAL. "I azii writing you lo tell you Hist latatrnylife to Tliia inedicitio relieved mo when I given up hope of BTer being welt. I was a terrible sufferer from suffered and nothing I look did me any good. i I read about "Fruil-a-t.Tes" aud tried them. AftertaklD? a few boxes, Ktfdifinf mode fro in I am now entirely wgU" Midune nOSINA FOTSIX. tOc. a box, G for trial siio 25e. At all dealers or jsoJ postpaid by Fniit-a-tiTes Limited. OtlftTra. Will He Much of Gov- or censure, it eipecte.. will occuyr Hie remainder uf the Llauientary weolu UolL 1'rcimer ernnient For Wasle and Extravagance Cturge and Mr. bonar OIL- eminent leader, will speak iu ihe t auiv nu3 n. o iui gov- he tjov- Iertiinem's defense. Winston Spencer Churchill will detenu itie war office in'aga'nEt which soma of tha haj bailled acrosa Lake Michigan from Milwaukee and pounded to plerea by heavy sea. The coroner and Crosby Mne officials stated they believed all ihe mlsalnR had perNhed. j Tbe purser waa unable lo c'vo tho names of those unaccounted for, but thought they IncJuled lour o( tho crew and three pas-sengerj. calmer seas today, officials be- gan searching the hull of tho which sick In feai of water Coastguards and anilous rela and frit-Lids spent all o! last night via trolling the wreckage. Trailing tor the sea lo give up its 4ead. but only bodies had bct-n recorsred this morntDg. Fedaral ofllcera were eipected to ar- rive today to InTesMgato the accident. the houso of commons with Ihc charges of extravagance havo bean government facing probably as criti- cal a licHly of members as ever ID tho launched. OiLera of the ministers will iirobably offer defenses of their Is the.1 tho defeat ol the government is unlikely. demon at ratio a, such B.R recently been a weekly occurrence. Sticks, of Alexandria reilored order for a Thtu two motor lorries with troops appeared on the ECJOO and eventually shola wero find at the crowd. Today there were some rtine-wed outbreakj at Uio barbor fronl, but they were ot but a comparative.; minor character. Don't Want Mllner CAIRO. Ocl. of "We history nf parliament Mora than reapeciive departments. 300 mtmbGrs had siren coltce of a de-- .N'otwlthsiaiidliis Ite intense anll- Blre to and all ol them were un- government In a largd section derstood to bo prepared to belabor ;oT boili ihe Luuse aod electorate, iires- the government fur iu alleged wastffient oplnlan In parliamentary quarters and eilravagance. Some of (ho for- ernment'3 keenest critics ETC araoiig the aupportera of the- coalition, In- eluding Buch staunch Un'onlsts aa Sir Kdirard Caraoa and Lord Robert Cecil The program called for iho Intro- ducllon thla atternoun by Austen; Cliatnberleln, chancellor of the PI- chequer, of tho rtr-olulion drafted by the caliiu-t al N3onday's incetlnff. Tbe oiotloci j this house, rcallclcK ilit scr'ous foctB upon the trade auJ uf iho nation of the onorrr.ous financial burdtna resulting war, jirom- IECS Ha hearty suppyri 10 ihu govern- in all rep.sonabln proposals, however drastic, for iliu re Jut Lion of expenditure aud Ihc ilLmunltion of Jubt." is counted as ci.uivaltnl to demand for a yold.o' confidence, lion- _.....__ ___ __ _____ __ _ for (DE Indcpoudenl-Lllj don't ivanl the Milner commission." Urals, and W. C. Adamsou. (or the God Sara Labor parly, havo tsblefl aiLiendments Inlerniplccl a band Hiu King uL the public gardens yes- giving the signal nat.'.on- slist demonstration. ThU WOB quelled by ihe Hiittiorllies who placed a num- ber of students under arrest. It was announced In London some (fine ago that the government considering sending to Egypt a spe- cial mission under Viscount Mllner, secretary of tho colonies, Jn order lo ascertain wliat cbanges were neces- In the confitilulion ot Ihc pro lectorale. irhltb are vlrtnaJIr t-VjuivaJcni to votes Fourteen Known Dead and 21 Unaccounted For in Ship Disaster Mich. ly-ono yersotis wore Oct. olficlftlly unac- counted for early today and U were knoifn Lo bare lost their lives in. elQklng yesterday of the Crosby Line liike sieanier which was driven Into tbu pier by the gala she Crowd So Dense Police Couldn't Handle and Riot Nearly Ocl; 29.--Fisl (ighls, Ih6 fainting of Women and tbe com- plete collapse- of all police arraign- ments. for keeping Iho crowd iu order marted the presentation of medal t by I Iho Prince of Wales outside, the "Art nailery, yesterday, -The -jirDsoniattur inally had to bt.' cut short and the irince left the gallery ty av sldeMo'jr, lis niito [ollovJag 'a line of police autoa- whlcli were used-as tanks lo batter a hole threw tho crowd. Half a. dozen ear aged and exclle'd citizens engaged In lights with the-pollcc! :Tho constables were too busy to make ar- rests BO tbcy simply fought backhand a 'good many of (he po.'lco marks nf Iht rough and tumble TlghU. The police were urged lo use their Batons, but refrained na the front ranfc3 of UIR crowd were helpless, be- ing urged on by waves of pressure from behind. There wCre many women In tho crowd and shrieks were heard from time to time aa -women found them- res In rliKicuKy. Only one con- Mo c6uld be spared lo tho tlng women and they were clung over the shoulders of a policeman and carried lo the nearest poln: whotc first aid could lie administered. It waa only the good humor of the crowd that prevented welcome from do- generating into a riot. DO YOU LIKE GOLF? MOTOR ING or RID ING SEE THE SIGHTS- CONTINUE YOUR FAVORITE OUTDOOR SPORTS PACIFIC CO AST CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES IN THEIR WINTER GAHB THIS SEASON EXTEND THE TRIP TO CALIFORNIA Six Arrcslcd in Cleveland Be- lieved lo Give Key lo Nation Wide Plot