Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT Vim LETHBKTDGE DAVL.M KERM n FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1910 LONDON' Sept. EDMOXTOS. i.-rce the- first. There is a crowinif -nie.osi in Uii t'-.'ir in itw history of polios que'lian of Hie lulure system ot 6ov- I murJeren in Cinsda. juj urobsblj eminent o( Icdls is the rosjlt ol i Americi. an to ba Ihe dllli- publication of Irc'-isli' into On Tue.asy. ed before ihe joint select committee. f011 V f. i Tho elaborate KheiM proved nn tord will sUrt ,out to niJ C- r- r n Qir VM-ivi-1 Mil-- ]n toUtlL smcr uf VohCO- to which ihe commons pavo moni of ihe joint committee iLeiilioned, which was to Lie views of various classes Indian opinion with the idea or Inserting Iho com to it lee's recoiiimecdat'ons in iba bill. Numerous distinguished wiicessea fiod doputatiuus representing varied reF.eions and politlc-.il. oiri- clals and commercial men, both Kuro- jjean and Indian, cnize specially froai ladla to giva evidence. Their opln- iona differed cocaidembly, biu tbey j generally agrec-d lint some measure j was necessary. Tho Indians have baen endeavoring to impress tins f committee with the necessity of 1 Jb-! iha government more ihan ihe bill prcTidts. Tho objection was lo retention of full control over the fiscal policy br tie government, in Indian opinion, backer] by eminent, white educat'oni-ts, docs noi sec eye- to oye wiiti the government. India's desire is that secondary and higher education should come wiLJHn the prurlocc ol the lauer. instead of conirolled by the provincial leg- islatures. A large body of Indian opinion favors the cleclion of provincial governors from prominent public men in Keg- ]and, and il is understood lhat regard lie prosyecL of Liberalization of ilio bill more favorable (bin when ihe comralTteo began it.? o -u fe mt- wc H b? Uoth b'ff as murdwr ,3 LDOWQ lo be LW aml ,TJI1 up Mill Mis-Statement That Million Sol-: tilers Took Part Corroded j Instates Service and Growth Great and ptiram- ent growth Li iruu'tution is impos- sible cxctpl en the bails of genuine ser- vice to ihe public. For 87 years we have aimed lo'give a sound and conv prehensive service yei wiihal a friendly ind sympa- thetic one lo our customers. Ourprc-' sent strong position is a measure of cur success bui more largely a measure of our usefulness. Why not Icl us serve you loo? 1 KeifrreHBd I'n- rtiTidtd FrcSu 1S.KVXCO3 THE BflMK OF HOVA gCOTIfl SIRKE10 HELP, WASHl.VGTO.V. Sept. Repup'iil Lindsay, charge d'aifaire-i of tha I.TJI- ish embassy, today made pub' In a kt'ir to Trrorer C. Hall, tssocliie'- el'tor of the llonigoniery AJrenispr, Montgomery, Ala., in reply to an in-: Decision of Winnipeg Trades .Movement Not Slrong Alter 'IVvt Strike cufry by Mr. Hall as to Egyptian so I'ntish flag during the war ao-.l was the number ol casuali-.es bd by 'he inquiry, it is said. j r.au; tit uciler the] hat i Russia appears more satisfactory than last year, while the TaUway services Ibe Murmansk front have as prompt- ed by britfs recently presented by l.lcsaph FolL, former governor of Missouri, to the [oreisn relations com- imiltee ol. iho United States senate, [in which Mr. Folk called attention "to OTTAWA, Sept- following j ine fact that Egyptian sol- the side of the CANADIAN CASUALTIES cisually lisi was issued today: infantry Previously reported missing, now killed in acilon'. A. U Knglitn, Kor- ECV. Alls. Died: Lie-jL P. E. Williams. To-! cil Jiers rought lies." "The BrillEh goTcmmenl-" Mr. Lindsay, -n'bo wks in Egypt ai! rocto; IJeut Fred TYilloughby, land. Mounted Repatriated: -Major A. F. men, England. Infantry the war, -rhas carefully avoid- Esyplia.n greatly improved by importation of number ot engines. Summary exacted by the Dritish upon murderers of a British officer whose body was found shot 2nd frozen in a ditch at Murmansk last niorn'ng lias had an excel- lent effect upon'the .lawless clEinenLs of the polygolot civilian populaliens- Three men who confessed to HID crioic were eieculed. The actual ciecuLIon was carried oui by a joint Ru'ssiaa and British liring "party by Iho li-ht CU.'Sept. Us regular nieeiins last night Trades and Labor Council, alter disi'iisslns Ihe quegtiou of the iudustri.il rotifercnco (o bo held between ihe govorumeiii anfl reproseulalires pi labor upon i recommenflalon from liio ilelense [committee lhat repreoPiitaiives bo not sent, felt tlial the inlerssls ol labor I would bo prejudiced were repre- sentatives ivitlihcld. H was ft'H that a much stronger protest tho ac tlon of the. courts in the refusal of bail to Ibo eight labor luen DOW held could bu made'by ihe representatives voicing such protests in yerson. resentaUves, thorctcvre, will ba sent 1 to the confereDce. i Concurrence wjs the council In tho rccimu-.endation ol the defense committee lo hoM next Sun- day as "protest Sunday" ns n protest against Iho refusal of bail to the labor men now held In the provincial Jail. Regarding the Dominion-Tvide strike, j as suggested by tho defense commit- j tee. it was (elt that the movement, Le-1 i iog iu such a weak slate, as a result i 1 of the recent strike, wna not in any position i0 declare n strike of sucli magnitude on such short notice. Alderman Ernest Robinson, tary of tho council, was elected lo rcp'resent the council at the traiTes congress which opens at Unmilton. Qot.r on SepL "Protest A rosolulion calTinx all ers lo observe Wednesday, Sept. 17 as "protest holiday" was rndorsed at a meeting last night, of the central council of the One IJis'l'iilon. The report of the derenFP conimHtea on 1 STOP LOOK and USTZN scientists clahii that for use in fbod-Tfieitwne fact that some brands of the words proof that are resented to Oo? chemists find a but quantities of it inside w f e, Gontairvs No Alum 'Wholesome Economical thn Industrial convention at Otlaira was eiidorsed. II also decided .to name nest Sunday as "protest Sun- day." "Protest -Monday" is also a protest jainst the holding of Iho eight strike riders in Jail vnthoul ball. serve andar ui torches. The bodies were i Kyvjjiiati soldiers aivtuvs servu unuer i jtiio Kgyplian l'p-5 and'not under tbe I subsequeatly buried in graves which j nriliEh Oar. Tbe Union Jack rtoes had beon blasleJ out of Ihe IrOZcn not" fly in eicepl over the ilrit- srouud. jlsli military establisbmenls in lha country; elsewhere the PUNISH OFFENDERS of their wages at lime was re- purled "by the 111011 recently through secret ballot, li was nimounccd that the Questioi) ol the general wage crease Tt'ould lie conaidercil at'ilic an- nual couvendoa of iht1 brotherhood lit Uetroil. on Sept. S. ineiil lias iilso usLendcd by 10 years the time! lha Hrazillun llauk of Gcr- inany may oiioralc in Drazll. BRAZIL ALLOWS GERMAN DANK TO CONTINUE n I-ENDS AY11KS, Sepl. 4.---The Urn- zillan povornment hns cancelled iLs! decree by which il placed WASHIN'GTOX, Sept. aild inaumncct.-Qmiu.ilc3 in] latlves of the 300.000 members of the "ial country under ledcral i-onirol, ac-, United Ilretherhood of Maintenance o[ tn :1" dlstiattl1 lhp' ATTEMPT TO JUSTIFY SINKING HUN FLEET VEUSA'ILT.ES. Sept. IJarou Kurt von Lersner, Bent to tYench foreign office this niorniiiE note, in which im was ina.de u> Jus lity tlio scuttling of the Ger- warships at Bcapa Flow last Juno. T" laift in Siskalchasran, Uealhs sn Canada; A. YVhitchead. l KgyptEan Tap is displayed. To answer or Yellow Rrass and Stoughlon; Vancouver; Van-1 yr-ur question literally, no Egyptian have b.eea caucelled for this year. coaver soltfiers Joined the Briton colors reason-being on acrount of'the Mounted RHIes I "Oi cpurao .that is only a pinial j mataring of crops (interfering Died In George Fnmer, (s'atemc-ril. In Febmarv, Qnle.s set. 'LeLtbridge. v Ihe Turkish- ermy attacked Egypl. a! balll'ry.of Egyptian nrljllery Joined I T7 TT Sept. Lokal AH- zeigof says it is Informed that the Polish war cabinet has instructed the Warsaw government military and civi- lian department lhat belong Ing to the occupation force who arc charged; with misdemeanors; wiU he remanded for trial according to' lae peace -ierms. to an ofticinl dispatcli from Ihe anil Itailroad Shon laborers legation ni nio Janeiro. It' iskca'thc railroad wage board today that the Drazilian govern-' to adj'jat their wages In acconlnnce 1 with the principle laid riown by Ueul apyrovlng adjustments last week for the railroad shopman. The hoard was told lhat the men adhered lo the president's decision that there should !ic no general in- creases of wages while government agencies were actively seeking to re- turn economic conditions to normal, lint that they.felt the inequalities in pay existing as between llic employees Of different railroad systems should be corrected. Tho maintenance til way men ;mu shity laborers, the sjiokea- jYo camouflage. .nvilroad ?ervic'e. .beclston to'ask ty 'au ailjustmcnt WAGSTAFFE'S Real Seville Orange Marmalade Finally Made Well by Taking Lyclia EL Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. "I sufTered foi twelve or fifteen years, and was treated' the British force defending the line of the Suez canal. The enemy's at- tack developed Just opposite this bat-! tery, ihe members ot which managed I Uielr guns in an nble manner and as-1 sJEled Ibe repulse ol the enemy. 1 believe tney lost tivo 'billed and half n dozen wounded. "No other Egyptian armei forces were IQ action during tiie recent war, hut later on, threfl or four Egyptian battalions goarded l-nes of communl- cation in Sioai, while Gen. -Ulenby was conductisg hia canipaisa Syria; and an Kgyptian fletachrnent was at one Lime in the Hcd'az. N'ellher ot these lorces were uiider tiro. by a physician, but got little relief. 1 "In addition to this, large numbers saw an advertise- of were enrolled in labor and transport corps auiiliary to the ment of Lydia E- Pinkhain's Vegeta- ble Compound in my newspaper, so thought I would try it, and it did jgoodthanall the doc- tor's iiiCuidne. I am a fanner's wife arid do mv work all the time, and I ara better now than I hart been foryeara, 1 Pinkham's Vegetable Ccmpounain the. house and rceomtnenaed it lo eev- of my You are perfectly welcome to publish my le.ltcr for the good it may do other Mrs. ETTIE Em miLsbnrg, Md. Backache and are symp- toms or nature's warnings, which in- dicate o functional disturbance or an unhealthy condition which often devel- ops into a more serioua ailment. Women in this condition should not continue todragalong wilhouthelp.but profit by Mrs. Warren's eEoerience, and try this famous root and nerb remedy, Lydia E- Pinkbem'a Vegetable Com- for special advice write to LydiaE. PinthamMed. Co., Lynn, Mess, HsttJ for short terms ol three to six months and did the manual and un- skilled labor for Gen. Allccbr's As such their services were of high value and thcs released Tor the fight- line men who, otherwise, would have been engaged In the rear. 'How many of these men passed through the labor corps, can not'be Elated, but the total enlistments ana moment amounted to between SO.OOO and Of Uie labor corps men, gome under lire while glnglreaches aod transporting Etorea and ammQDltoln near the front and casualties were Buffered. I .can not giro the figures authoritatively, bo'. I beUsve there were altogether aboui l.BOO kl'led and wounded during; the four years oE the war." "Stands Strenuous end lin, prevent ttScrfoi anil heal. 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