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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN HIP. I.CTHBRIDGE, RAS.1 TUESDAY, SKPTEMBEK 9, O.B.U. TVIXNIFEG. Sept. misled by strike by ihe Robson commission one i. resumed today." The. first witness this] revoke the power of iha mornine. J. of the Canadian ,be workers .should rcallis L Ji i- BroLhtrhood of Railroad Employees 1 embracing express and clerical ers, teslllfed that discrimination had the error they had aiaiip. Walsoa salt! he did not beltere. the been displayed toward members it t rnceltaK ono ulghl while the strike was ou'vlua" llir iiilWsVoninilltee was Eo'ns to break tho and ibat lo do eo tbvy were preparcd to lei the hlreelb luitss but the v that ibe Cioadiau National Eipress employees were forming a ua'.on of their own. Com.nils5ior.Ler Ilgbfon Informed the vitneEs ibut he was in a position 10 know that there was an la the road to re-employment o( members ol the utian; thai it vaj 'necessary for thai body to get to- Aether and tafce iheir alfalrs Into their own hands, when Judge Robson had reason to believe they would be n back. The commissioner bad placed the situation before the authorities at Ot- lawa. Before any move could be marie toward re-employment the i brotherhood would hare lo break a Tray from an undesirable Influence. JuiJga Robsofi poJaie-o 10 ihe aciion of postal employees who had disavowed reto- hiLlonary motive in the strike, saylcg ihat such a statement would form a basis for settlement, and he suggested ihe resolution be drafted by the 1 men themselves who ought lo see that SJIW to decide s B1TRO-PHOSPHATE IS GOOD FOR THIN NERVOUS PEOPLE for ihemselvea. The em- ployees Took ihe vote and the _ did not see way clear to condemn H. Gamble, store accountant's (ice of the Canadian National Rail- ways, staled that the grand iivlslcn or the Brotherhood of Hallway Em- plyees bad ordered local lodge? to put themselves under authority of tte TTAMS and Ijibor Council. Addressing Mr. Yv'aston, Judge Rob' because you wora led by some rascals whom you did not understand is no reason why you can not get tack.'1 An O. B. U, Man T. Y, File, formerly blarfepralih tn Ihe C. N. R. shops, a member of tha >ne Big Union, under .lon, ticrairaed: "I have lived in Winnipeg for hare seen my children starving imh- out boots on their feet, I have td until late P.I night and then member of the police for.ce, evi- dence concerning panlclnau'ou of the force In tho siriko. Lovall Jeuled that ihft Trades Mbor Council had any governing direction over the force. DEI OFiailNGPtOPLE BEIAND OPPOSE MAM PEACE Article 10 is Stumbling Hun. A. L. Sifton Upholds Tlie Covennnl OTTAWA. Sept. Slrc-tis opposi- tion criilclsm of the league of nations was In ihc house today. Gen- erally, us was expected, tha criticlmi centred around Article 10 and the. obligations thereunder placed on mem- of lhe league to preaprve against external aggression tho territorial in- tegrity o( all members of the league. "Arc hound henceforth lo lake part In outattle queried Mr. D. McKeiicie. Canada, Ron. Dr. Beland feared, was more International obliga- lions, without Increasing her Interna- .tional Blinder ihts [Dr. Roland declared. "rihe council ot the league Is elven tho rijht lo dis- Thc lleiail McrchanLs Association j pose of Canadian troops for the quell- of hiads says pays: ;-of the ins of disorder in any of lhe continents. five A French scientist ha; discovered organic phosphate which, should be very effective remedy for weak 'i nerves, thinness and Jack of strength, energy end rigor. ]ts substance is described by sps- r'ciallsls as Identical in com posh ;wilh cenaln vitalc found in brain end nerre cells rand one which whan taken into human, system is quickly converted bcaliby living tissue. This phosphate is already widely among druggists in this coua as Bilro-Phospbale and soite phy Xslcfens claim that through Its use fstrength, energy, vigor anu nerve force are frequently increased in ITO Veeks' lime. Dr. Frederick KoHe, Editor of Physicians' should ba prescribed by every doc- "tor find used in every hospital in the ;linlted SlaUs. As Ihcre'aru-fl greai VTariety of so-called phosphates, tboee Twha "wish io test ibis subslince 'fhould be sure to get the athamcd to go home became slijh am otit and all my life I have worked hard and tried to live borresi- TVould go on strifee? 1 would It today and every day In the :k. You talk of cutting milk lo children, bul we cannot buy milk v in the best of limes. Do men attempt} to "Retail mercliaau nro Mr. McKcnzie loot Ibe loo, from Jobbers that Canada had not yet reactie'i (he says Commercial News'; "in order to lull status of nationality. "We ars be able lo hold their own against out- be argued, ''able lo d'claru war side Eevculy five per and peace. If Canada, as a separate CLEANLINESS IS HEALTH By the use of Gillett's Lye. house cleaning is pleasure instead of a drudgery. It softens and cleans thoroughly whether the dirt is visible or invisible. 'Destroys bacteria and infectious germs, removes obstructions from drain pipes, closets, sinks, etc. Refrigerators are made delightfully fresh and clean by using one teaspoonful of GHIett's Lye dissolved in two of water. GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" Made in Canada. cent, of the Jobbers a.ud uiaiiufaciUT ers are perfectly iviiling 13 render oil for 1 racl selling iielps of cne kind or an- OM-s that In n, cases retailers of the instance Ibem hy the houses from Ihey purchase gosda. end iheu we conic in but invesiieatlon st ycrccntegc of fail mar overthrow coasWuied auihorily ,vith lhe luer. Hh their nated hands? Major Ly.e fllsuts are so itorougbly alive ann another man told me Ibai a Irlend Dallon. bound herself lo observe ibe covecanl, sbe might hairc to fighl even the Mutiier Country. Xor would Canada's action on lhe treaty alter it in Ihe iligbtesi Submitting it lo the Dominion par- liament merely "tickled Jancy" of some members and made Ihem Teei more iniporlanl. Roplylns for the government. Jlon. A. L. Sifton, minister of public works, took the view that Canada was entuled to sll in the peace councils exlsliug laws or of neiv stalutea (o be enacted mar possibly do something la tho way of .reducing eiccssivo Beyond this problematical effect which the Government's action may eiert, U Is tell that lhe moral effect, will ot greal advantage In brlas- ing all parties to the high tost of liv- iop Into a. proper frame o! to grapple with the problem in a sane way. The aUcnipl, It Is argued, Is bound (o do good in convincing the people of the good faith of the Gov- ern meet in applying thp. remedies upst obviously Indicated by the 3llu- ivlcn. Jf U falls it wilt have been ot service in uircuLing popular thought ,o thi miaer-Ting cfiusc and cure for The stand Is taken In this c'ly Packet of WILSON'S FLYPADS lieu of a thrcal. I c omvluyecs earlier In lhc season, as com- in the dividend un atock be J pared will; figures quoted In Iron It v.-as predicted prices uuuld lie, 9? to J3 higlier before the close guarantccJ or. tailing lut. Lt1 i be grauleJ. Tills. U i Is far Iroiu Lhe general nltltudo. bui. i .is Lt Is Ueiuonslratod to workers by aclunl ibal inirely locn.1 ur even nalional measures uoi avnll to bring about a romeJy, lojuulnclur- prs Ihiiiii '.here is rer.son lo liopt labor will cope with ihe nitualion with iho inieUisenco and yatleuce thai are de- manded. By Ibe lime llie avenue uf relief Is opened, it is believed some of ihc great luleniatlonnl causes the world stress will have bo- to disappear. An Erratic Market tlio iiiouieul price lluciualioiii iu widely varying lines of IniFlness arc very wild. Insiaiiccs were died In endless wage Increases are useie.-.-1 which buyers paid jobbers 30 10 !o cope Flluatlon. The incL lhal tlic employees ot lhc Mldvale topk this pcsUioii at ihctr cou- venlton Ihls weet was regarded as indlcaLive of is In the minds the more thoughtful workers. In ;r rent more ihan nsXed by faclurera, because uf Inability to gel from first, liands. Other instances were broiighl lo light telling of doubling iiit uiurket prices Dg lhe inlcrlm or delivery of coods of ibu ytMr relief was In ihe colie Hud biluuiinous markets In centrist, the teilile Irade. largest industry In I'blladelpbia. ic- ports price toncessioui. Instead ut paying tho quotation of the mill and Uii-iory, tho buyer' has begun it finding thai Ihls courpe pro- duces betlar results. There are oLliei potential reasons M'liy cnsinc ot prices in (citilos are iu force. nuUbly ilie (ailing off In buying, forced by-ihc wide fall in foreign Another is (bat foreign-mad; gooJa arc arriving. One Injporler lelle ol receiving cases o( gooJs Mmt liait been stored at Dutch ports since (Lie 'war starleil. These were mostly Ger- man pro Am-is This, of course, would only be a "drop in lhc- bul II one house lia'd this experience 11 was lakeu Tor granted llial In" lhc asffrft- Rate Uie volume must have been ap- preciable. WORTH OF 'ANY xSTICKY Clean (o.handle. Sold by oH Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Protection and Profit When money is in a Saving's Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely safe from toss, as far as you are concerned. AH the lime it {shore, iLiseErninginleiest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money. Don't carry unneeded sums on your person or hide them at home. Protect them aKainst.losa, tjiof t and fire by opening a savings account JSCB it, con- in the path 01 tho retail j dealer Is his own failure [o under- stand the value of advertising. A small ad. once in a while in the iveek-l Sly newspaper has never been known: I to gfi a m-rctunt anywhere. On'the: other hand generous space, each It-very week in the newspaperr, sup- plemented by circular letters, well! I trlCnnacd'and decorated windows, ef-1 1 ficlent and courteous help aurt a I well selected, properly priced !q[ gooda ibe business.- I use of blowing-yourself lor (big spread in (ho .newspapers unless t you are Jhere with tho'goods, service f prices. Advertising tlia right': kiad para. In fact, advertising is in-1 LOXDGX. Sepi. Silesia, rtlapeosfble, If you want to sell Tour] where serious conflicts are !n pro- Roods. 'If you prefer lo heep yoiirlE'CES between (be Polish and German EoorU, don't tell the -people about j elements In anticipation of the pro- either the newspapers j posed plebiscite over the transfer of or circular tellers or eye of the the territory in Poland, will be occu- l] Re gent There in Effort r, n i n- uerman-rolc Uis- IUIIWIIUTB i store the show window. "Pardon ye editor for pounding vigorously on this advertising ques- pied in the near future by allied troops, according lo a statement made by Gen. tiupoiU, It was learned on soml-ofil- But remember that Tee arc ncnvlcfal authority. Gen. rilalcoliu, repre- liiiDro thoroughly convinced than everj seiiting Great Hritain; Gen. Dupont. [ihal our only salvation, is via ihs France; Gen. Ital5-PJ and route." Trie MERCHANTS BANK heed Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established LETHBRIDGE BRANCH; R. J. DINNING, Manager. OUR SERVICE A other tilings, this Bauk is prepared to make loans to sible parties. ox> r .._... Accept money on deposit and pay interest at current rates. Transfer money to any part of the globe, Issue Drafts, Mgney Orders, or Bills of Exchange payable in any part of the civilized world. Make collection'of drafts, "fanners' sales Botca, etc. Give practical advice on all business transactiAns and lend assistance to promote worthy enterprises. Do not hesitate to consult us on all matters pertaining to Banking. i THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE A J. .-f t, o -1. UNITED GRAIN GROWERS1.. MARKET REVIEW v A .-_. J. CA1X5.VIIT. Sept. a Tair run or cattle tor the wetk all lhe good butcher tattle found p'lr- cfiasers, hut at conslilerahly rediiceil I prices. Practically all llio mealy of 9oO pounds an-l up were boushl by the packers al from 50 lo {10.50, the latter being about tlic besl price offered. Cows 'and heifers sold slsadllv with S3.10 received by us for 301110 utra choice stuff shipped'hy A. Alexander, of Carstairs, the best price. WB gaole hen-y fat COTTS and heifjrs JS.OO to fs.35; medium (at cowi and heifers, lo and common stuff, JE.50 lo Cullers arid ,can- nera wcrn iveater. cullers m 15.00 to and cauners to J5.CW. nulls held slcaciy; hsary hutcher lS2o lo (7.00, and to ?6.00. Feeders "were not very active and few exceeded Jfi.50, with most of tbe heavy stuff of this at to lo Sall-pornid steers I made ji.OO lo JS.OO, and ycarlhigs i15.HO lo (5.75. Siochtr cows currying la little llesh were cleaned up at {6.0G {lo and yearling and two-year-old i heifers to (6.75. There was very little change In veal, choice fat [calves making lo and i rough or Ihln calres to (7.00. hog offerings irere loo jlighl lo, Irjsll! any'-fompelitlorr, .and week's receipts sold al J18 50' off rar Col. Goodyear, the L'niteJ SUtes, after visiting the camps in the region, are declarer! to have telegraphed to Paris urging Ibe necessity of- this acUou. i quoic Tai Jamhfl ,lo lo 1 and- fal'.ov.'ea 58.51) to J In sympathy with all American our cattle-prices have I considerably, but unless receipts a'ro excepliDnally heavy next week we do jnot believe we shall ace much change tor lhe nezt feV days, Hlocktr caltfe are selling very rea.vmabfy, ant] this looks HKo an opportune time for those wish In t to purchase. I.KTHBRIDCE BRANCH -WARNER BRANCH. V- MILK R1VF.K BRANCH R. T. BRYMKER, M.n.gfT 1. K.S.GORDON, J.V. STEEL, Manijcf POLES AND BOLSHEVIK FIGHT j LONDON', Sepu Mghling! I between Polish and Holshevlk (orcfiS [has been In progreix on the river jnvlna, lo a Polish official i statement received dc- jclared the advanlago was wllh the 'roles.'The using armor- er! trains nnd motor arc dcclsrej to have been rtpuhed with severe losses. Other Uolahevlk attacks made on Oio Pripet river with armored river boats have been repelled. News la Polish circles hero (rom Wrfrsaw liale'tbat the fighting In Sll- eald Is continuing, tho Insurgents at- tacking rielgrozymowlc. and The number Hie In ,jV iVill the U. S. Government's Crusade Against the Cost of Commodilies In- fluences Working for an Ulti-! inafe of Business Observers, (New York PoaU) PHILADELPHIA, Aug. point iaa been reached In the labor con-; .roversiGa and the country-wide cam- paigns asalust exorbitant costs' of liv- ing TFhere the agitation has begun to a. check upon tlie forward movement of business, even where U docs not appear to restrain the vol- ume at lhe moment. Coincident irlth this change, moderate reductions In prices arc noted. Business Interests are careful [o point out tha', these tendencies IIRVO Mule 'direct liearirip upon the crusedo of Federal or titate authorities Against high costs of llr- but they are, In fhV main, the outgrowth of abnormal buying that has In progrcag, Those .Tvho have (ingeT In lhe pulse of general business, are 'almost unanimous In lhc belief that the of .tha .rising movement of prices lo many Important line? has been seep. While It'cannot be aald' there Is Imralrment-of conddeiice as R rtsull of the Administration's sa'de aRaln.u high prlcoe, IL la none the less Iruo that the business m hag hegun to "slop, look and listen' "bearings th'al any marker! alackcrinp of trade (s Lined Lo ensue. K Is acceptod 33 axiomatic In this section .the causes of prcjent abnormal price have been gradual In working out and International (n scope, and It follow, that no decided change Ifi to be'.ex pec Led lhal Is not produced by cause Blmllarly International or of like grad ual v.'Orhlng. The Factcr Because thin section IB relatlrel: Tree from radical Industrial apllatJui one can tako a more deticlicu vie-, of the problems that, are acalcl worrytng other parl.i of Ihe country liul there h no (Huston here Ihat thl (crrllory. Kill escape the effects oC an wide labor v illalnrbancn. inch aa I threatening on tho and 1 the (Heel trade. Thero Is a.'ilhpos lion hero, In ffgarlng'lbe outcomo o tho week's devcTopmenls In Ihe labo and price Rlluat'on, to ace some goo lhal may.apfing from lhe Ad- mlntalrallon's It Is be- In the desire to get There la no Tierc WOMAN'S LARGER SPHERE f calls for intelligent planning of household duties to permit of wider participation in the affairs of the Government.The woman who knows Shredded Wheat Biscuit has already simplified her dom- estic problems. Shredded .Wheat has been ratified in every Province. It is 100 per' cent whole wheat and is ready-cooked and ready to eat no kitchen bother or worry. Deliei.ously nourishing with sliced bananas; peaches or other fruits. The most real for trie least money. S RECOMMENDATION The Zam-Bnk Co, v Dear Sirs: Appreciating what your balm has done for me, I should like oppottunitj' of recommending it to otKers who may be similarly afflicted. For the last forty years I have had a patch of eczema, on m'y right hand. I trind in every possibleway to get ritl of treatment from several doctors anil tried innumerable remedies, but received no lasting benefit. If a remedy'eased it or cured it for a time, it alwnys returned as bad as ever. One of mj' friends is a great believer in Zam-Buk, so I decided to give it trial and first for a sample. You can imagine iny amazement when even this small quantity brought me more relief than anything I had ever before used. 1 continued the use of "Zam-Buk" for two by which Mime the eczema, although of forty years standing, had entirely disappeared. That was one year ago, and there has been no return of it. Yours sincerely. from wliom ilorc letKr wil rfuirtl. will BO K "THE oven is lhc Ijlg fcalurc ol a McClary's Gas Range.' The heat is nniforiii null confiiird. Cooking is On view through the wircd- gbss oven door. A rciiablt llicrnioinelct banislics lhc risk of McClary'3 Ranges arc limthcd in hard-baked black cnaiitcl. The whole range, inside of oven included, can be cleaned wilh a damp doth. Many styles nnd sizes. Let us show them loyou. Gas Ranges Inquire from Local Hardware Detlm. ;