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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 11IUUSDAY. OCTOnKn 30. 1019'; Ml'.ll.U.lJ. ,'AGE NINT International Labor Conference Busy Organizing Its Sessions Oct. llrsl Darncs. member of ihe llrltlsb IIOUPO subject on loilay'a program of ih-> in- of commons upd u member of Ihe war lernailnnal l.tbor conference, In scs- cabinet. nominated es vlco-presl- f Ion here lo promote Iho Imitrovr.ment dent of ihc conference, representing of working conditions throughout tho the government delegates. world, was Iho rcnresenUUvi-s of tho Jules ol IJcIgluiu, was chos- conterence. Delegates seemed EL-BCT- eti la licaJ employers, who select- ally agreed OiaX llio former enemy ed Jules earlier, also ol Belgluiu, iis powers should admlilcd without ihelr nominee lor vko-prealdent. dclaj. labor delegates chose Sluart Secrc-liiry ot Labor Wilson, who prc-'. buaulag. of Koglaud. aa chairman. etdeJ over tho opcnlue session, was Baker Speaks recommended by the organizing com-1 WASHINGTON, Ocl. mil Lei as chair imm "tlur- In Ihclr conatderfttton of (ho qucstton Ing LUo period ot organlzallon." No of thlld tabor teglslallon, one of the opposition lo his confirmation today main subjects before (ho wan looked fur In vlciv of the unlrcr- congress of working women In sea- sil custom lhat chairmen for inter- sion here, delegates heard today an national assemblies bo chosen from address by Secretary of War Baker. llio nniton acting as host. The child laboj- quesllon Is to bo Thcs United States will be represent kept before Ihc congress un- ed unofficially In (lie conference til a definite plan Is adopted looking through Secretary Wilsuu. Lov.-flrJ uniform action of Iho subject arijonfr ti.e nations ot Ihe world. In their fight for Iho battertni'nl of Ihc childhood of Hie world, iho woman }s lo solicit HIP aid of Ihn labor TjtiflKiifC also metilng here. Loulsrc I.andova Slyc-hocva, a loetn- qroui> uiccliiiR-: (jf Kovern- ruent, ciniiloyera anJ workers' tlele- sales precedo-l tho ciicning of the b-i'totid session of Ihe conference. Huron des Planches, of Italy, lias been Gli'ctcil chalrniiiii of the govern- inenl rejireseniattves anil Cieorye 11. Wretchedness OF bor or tho ricrho-Slovaklan nicnt. siicahing In Czech with inter- Virctors following translated her into French aail I'ol- -sai'l that the irime of the century Hie occasional txlstencc of uncm- inent for niults vhcn children ere working. Ono of the firsL things the iieiv renublii1 she represented utd when IL roavcned a legislative assem- bly, she explained, was to laws for the iirotactioii of ironwn mfn- iuclufllsiK prohibition of labor In industries by any child before nttaln- SASKATCHEWAN MAY FORECLOSE ON G. T. P. niXilXA, Oft. RO.V- eminent ol Iho province ol Sas- kalchewau wiH foreclose. I Lako over the Hne3 or the Grand Trunk f'acfflu Hallway unless Saskatchewan Is rotund- ed every dollar paid In IntcrtsL vl on lho bonded Indebtedness i secured under provlru-ul antees, was Ibo statement of v Premier Martin. This is an answer lo present repon.s quollnfc tho lion. Arthur f Ehcn and.Hon. J. Reli na having1 said ihc province1 Mould still reniihi liable on Its bonds, vi desplio proposed federal 0-1 JcgJsJailon lo tcko over tho C, C-i T. K. and G. T. I'. i on Ihe re-m-Ml M Mr MrKcnxie. over unul loiiKiiruu-, [St- islrr of will nukt a ihtr stnu-mt-rii 'hi- ol the (irand Trunk I'ac'.fic Anscndmrnt I lie for ft connniuti' rose, L. niovi-rt a rlnus i ad Jod, slating til at "nothing in bill or ill? tbi-rd'j REV. COOPER, MODERATOR A. e TOIIOXTO, Ocl. Presby- of Toronto aud Kingston _. aticr adjourning CM OCL 14. owing to iho referendum cainjJL'.Ign, met here nlghT and elected as nioientor fur ibt- year llov. V.'lllltim li. A., of Mount Forest. The reifrfiiK lundi'ratpr. I'.ev. .Veil Camp- bell, in Itev J. A. Cranston, or Toroalo. atiack on the oyitci In thq I'roabyterian church. The ter was referred to a special tc-o wJih Inslructloud report laier of the svnod. EXTREMISTS PLAN FRENCH STRIKE PARIS, Oct. 2S Ertrem- t olcr.ipfUsi in trade union an lo call a strike on iVov his valfrjlctury serrnon. acc-ordlnR to tho Excelsior. whlc> U-aders hi general con of later ar-j opposed to thr Announcement Arthur Amendment Lost v V v v v Declares Revolutionary, Hrulnl Forces Musi Not Guir As- WIXXIPKG. Ocl. 1'clor Wrisbt, prcsfdcnL of Ihc Hrttlsh Union, mayor-elecl of Monmouthshire, in a. letter lo a lo-1 c, OTTAWA. Oct. inent by Hon. Arthur Sir Walter Cancels, (.Ijiti of Uie eichequer tourl. had promised to I.e I the ttilrd of '.lit- I v v bltration which ssill fii Hi" lo _____ J be paid by the Kovernniciic (or Hie Trunk. a vclopracnt In Hie CTL tbe I Trunk bill in comuiiitio iht LOJM- inons loilay. The bill, as dri'if.1. one arbitrator would lit- government ar.d :inoUi'-r by Uu- pany mid that ilit-y n-oulil name- tiie third. Jn vleu- of Sir Mr liud Hie bill j The prov'ri'j.s I thai iu ihe event nr of iliej chit' justice of the mdictiucr court. I his successor, tir a ilic su- vrfciiic court, will lip ililrd Rrbi- Irator. Take IVinc Months Abhed by Hon. >tacKonzIc-King to express an opinion :is to how long Ihe arbitration proceedings would Mr. -MciKhc-n exprcsrsd the ihnt Ihcy could probably finished; In nine months. There "was tonsi'lerable diacusiion naming of the of system, for ictiLIug julnistoramovoinent. Will Deal Willi Many Problems Alfecling Labor und Wel- fare of WASHINGTON, Ocl. of permanent olHccrs und ihe c of the Itslslatlve proeratn oui- llnecl by labor commission at. tho last tonffrpiKo- facert tin: Interiiuilaiinl caiiKrc cf Kcaineus1 on ,hc clause [or Hi ic-day when 1 second session. Can Be Quickly Overcome by CATlTErVS LITTLE LIVER TILLS. I'urciy vege- sur andgenilyon tliclivcr. Cor- rect bilious- nes9v head- ache, dizzi- ness and indigestion. They do their duty. DH. CARTER'S IRON PFLLS, Knturc'3 great nerve and blood tonic for Anemia, Nervousness, Sleeplessness and Female Weakness. CARTER'S ITTLE IVER PILLS PATTEKSON-BELL HAY GRAIN CO. Offer excellent Green Oat Straw. Fine for wintering and cat- tle. Shipped under free freight to your lewrt, very cheap. Phone 1563, next door to Telegraph office, over the Union Dank. Do it now! tons of Rye and Unthrasheci Oats, mixed, splen- did sample.. _ T r ihr age of 14, She suggested lhat jcal paper, urges .support for Mayor IS bft ilxed thfl IRP reiiulrement Cliarles K. (lra.y, K snys in part: anil that Czccho-Siovaklan women i "I ft el that in your present mayor In prirllanicnl ;md mil ivould sumiortjaiid civic hcail you havo a man ivl.o ;uiy decision of the congress on Iho dcscrres iho support'of alt cil-'tena ]iblnl. who desire to work on evolutionary lines and out Iht revolutionary, brulal meihods of irJiit-h you have j knowledge by practical experience. Your future lies in the fact Uial you must construct your sane forces and support the man who stands for sano legislation and secure your luture rte- vcloiiraeul on a polUical basis wHhout dru'iiifj itito chaos and anarchy. "U is j-our business and not the leller concludes, "hut the policy o[ changing horses while crossing would he fatal to the true in- terest of your future welftiro." Tbe labor party's candidate arc en- tering Timorously into the and linve established a central com- CNHS IN IW HOME. Ocl. 2 (Associated The various poliilenl parlies In Italy nomlnatcil no less than rnndldates lor tte general election.1! to bo lield on Nov. 16. The number of soAls in the chamber of rtepulleg Is TiOS. Former ileputies to tbc number ot 200 liave lo slnuJ (or re- died during their lerm tlecllon and Ti [or office. OI tbe remaiiiiiig 250, It IB predicted niitlce ufticc. sued [o labor An appeal 1ms been Is- for financial for Ihe cotuinK contest rmrl a large number of meetings are lo be address- _ (pd by labor candidates.. only approximately ono-fourlh i u Is labor's jivowod intention to would he relumed.. Thus il appears j resurrect the recent strike is .me and jllic coining Rcneral election wil- {iiesa the greatest peaceful, legaHy con- dueled parliamenlary revolution that Italy has expressed since the prc- ?enl cojistllnlionRV regiiho began 71 ycafl Rgol" 'r' compel tbe city lo take man Mho was d-snitssetl through licipation in Ihc vralkoul. J. F. Di chairman of tbe labor election committee, announced. The Department ol Agriculture has seVenly-five cars of Ontario and Quebec Hay on the way from the East for distribution to farmers who have not ar- ranged to purchase locally. for Number two at and Medicine Hat will be thirty-lwo dollars, f.o.b., and at Calgary thirty for three Timothy. Purchasers must pay local freight from these points and remit twenty-five dollars per car with order. Farmers requiring this hay address J, D. SMITH, Department of Agriculture, Edmonton. Ocl. in Ibe Kubau IcrriLory. on the norlliwestern aide of the mountains, jimkinp cauEQ with Kuban CossRckR, havo taken from the forcBS of Gen. Donihlne. the anti-Uol shevilc leader, Ihc Ulack Sen port o Novo HosscysTi nnrt occunlci tbe city 'of Stavropol, according- to dispatcher received today Ly the Ukrainian mis ision. I "There is every reason to believe, [the dispatch asserts, "that in a vcrj i short lime Ihc Insurgents will clou the whole Kuban territory of Don kinc's 80-rallcd volunteer troops." HEAD ON THE MARKET t o rda y Next r. 1, 1919 ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY, 1 O'CLOCK SHARP Comprising high grade Oxford ,ind Shropshire and Younrj Ewes, cast ewee, ewe and welhcr lambs; all kinds of feed- ing sheep. Oxford and Shropshire flams and Lamb Rams. Nsw is Ihc Umc Id gel supplied with good young stock evvec. free freight on breeding sheep frdrn our tales, Early entries sollt- Ked. Terms cash, AH unjcr punctually attended lo, ALEX. MacLEAN CO. AUCTIONEERS Anrf Live Stock Agcnfs, A'bcHa Slockyardt, Calgary. E5321 PARIS, Ocl. absence from Paris of Leon Joiihaux. president o (Jie gcneml federation of labor, Is on Us ivay to (lie UnUnd Rlntcs t attend the intcrnciMonal labor conle cncc at WaEliIiiKtoii, has caused th cxlrcmisls In (he federation of (aho to make an nUcmpt lo organize a gen er.ii alrlko for Xov, 7. CIrculnrs arc noiv Jieing sent unions ihrougliout Frnnce asking th opinion ot llio local connnlLlcca a? t tbe atfvisnbllily of nil organization starling a genera! Blrikc In prates against intervention in Huasln an convoking a commission lo examln the Keen oppoalllon to M. Joahaux an jlhe olher four dclcgnlcH lo (he Was i Jnglon convention riovclopcil bcfor the mission's departure. The exlro Ssls opposed thfi Irip, rlatnilng Frene Inlior should not collnhorato willi cc tain classes atlcndlng ihe confprcnc iThlch they consider harmful lo Ih French worhlngmon's Jntciests. LOOPED THE LOOP 624 TIMES IN TWO HOUR MADRID, Oct. Ftftinva a Fronch aviator, looped Ihc loop 6! limes In a single flight in a mlllUi airplane here (oday. Tho prcvfoi record was a little over 300. Flamr was In Ihc air two hours. He rtescen cd DTvinff lo a leak In Jits petrol Ian HOLD RED HEADS RESPON9IBL LONDON'. Ocl. (Renter's.) Iho house of commons yesterday Cet IFarniswortn, parllamenlary sccreta1 for foreign affairs, slated In reply A question lhal Ihc government h; notified Trolzky and ollitta In lln sla thai they wouM he held perso clly regponsllilc Tor Ihc Ireatmcnt war iiriaoncrs and olher Urlliali c zcns In missel. The work before Ihe congress was outlined by Mrs, RnbbLns, mmitlec of to opcralfc thalrmau, in tho following c Grand TrunX unii! aficr statc-menl: e conclusion of arbitration proceed- "Thrre has bnon nlaciid fcetore Ibis KS. but it raally passed. In clause a simple legislative program ght. providing for ailvunce of a Prepared by (he labor commission at onth to tlie euimniuc? of niBiiaRc-; tfl'! I'fiRte co.nforoncc. It Is a rro- cnl, tho commiHiM- ?iruck a snag. for the caro of and Says King j babios for ihe protection of chltdhoojl; Kins had dcscrilifj (his provJ-1'or thn protection of young woman- on as "thoroughly vEc'ous." j Iiood It Ihc question of Mr. Fielding declared thai Hie clause nlslit wort; hazardous occupations, volvcd a flngnni dc-parturc from control of unemployment and the eight rllish narHaiiK-ntriry practice Jn Uial .hour day. What moro fitting than Iho autboriifcd ihfl cuverr.nient to lcn'1 v.-nmcn of (he world shnvild choose oney without coming 10 this hour to accept and assume tholr Mr, King agreed that U Mas TVe Trill objection and suggcFUd that 11 and over until iho government could iccrtain Ihu anio'.iiil Lhat would like- be ruquircd to continue ibo oncra- on of ihe system. Earlier In ihu day clause five. for (he redemption of Grand" runk slock allcr a period of 30 was held over after Tilr. Krng ovep an ajncndnicnl striklng ut tin our answer." lo the rongress from 1C foreign nQtions hail registered today. Cla he "after SO years." use Ihe in the bill, w Hiram Splnne, brakcman on Elit O.r.n., who resides at .Moose met with n severe accident near Ihe result ttclnf; thai his les was hndly crnslied. lie was using the ladder on Hie of a freight car when liis foot slipped and he fell to the ground. The as, car passed over ihe leg. 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You are then sure of getting intrinsic value in what you buy, inside as well as outside. The one as important as the other. Patterns and materials this season most pleasing to men of quiet and refined taste. Louis Keel Letli bridge B-19 ;