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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THl'HSDAY, !S, 1910 TUB LETHBHIDGB DAILY HERAIH NINE Will Aside Day" LIJ Odobcr 1p 1'romole' Political Interests HEUINA, Seph IS, rariDcre of Saskatchewan will set asiile a day early In' October, to be known as "Independence an.1 on lliil day 6 province-wide- canvass nil! bo in a ill' ivltb a view lo promotes hue rest In the organization's pollllca' tclion. Ttili scheme oiilnusiasll rally ndbplod at Ihc Grain Growers'1 political convention, today. The tin TEIES is already planned atid Is" do Ecribcti as the far me re1 big llbertj drive. The' pinna were einlalned at Ihe convention today by John 11. Pratt AVinnipeg. a complete out line of ivliai had Leon done Tor thor oru'nnlzink Tthe province etteaiDg a cQinpletc canvass of farmer ahd" possible supporter :of thi fanners' platform. Figures: wen quoted by him 'shoeing that" then ore farmers In Saskatcliewai ant] J20.000 'voters. U was also shown Ihp.t iimpn? the above there was '-i foreign-born poitulatlon of 1GS.WQ, 2 JILT ce'm. of which arc probable elect ors. N The scheme provides for sending'out durJng llic early part oC October au k will Le lo canvass thftr .nlluttqd territory before a date to-be decided upon. A campaign fund1, .objcclivc ha.-i been decided upon anJ'.a complete canvass of tlie whole 'pnyliice wijl be in as-.Ghori.; a pcricO, HS possible. Provision "la aleo .mada in.-ibc plan outlined for a of the pullLlcul icach' pct- son Following Mr. plan a I LOU ol the schcmt. with black- board Illustrations "givcu by '-n. M. Johnson whu 'and -t the fnrms ol literature which will be used during tho campaign, 'lana were formulated lor a l-uge ad- campaign alone simitar Hna3 o those adopted during the recent Ictory loau Oae InlereaUnE (orm of literature was proposed and approved, entitled Our Trinity of Hope." wblch will ba iresenled oa original receipt orm. Provlnclil Field Clear RKG1NA, Sept. Wlillo It was decided that tho mandate of the Keb- nary convention of the Saskatchewan iraln Growers dtd nol give to the grain growerl' political party the lower to enter the field of provincial politics. Ihe party in liens. yesterday had the subject or the en- rance of the grain growers Into pro- 'poetics under. and It xas conceded that Ihe liinc alghl come when'. It be .neces- sary lo enter provincial Held. Williiim Davies Co Taken To Task lly Commissioner 'O'Connor of Com- merce Hoard four cents a pour.d being ASKS mined by lie Mr Xelsonl dul nut tblnk Hie t.ruiU was t..o AW 1'OH 1 groat; be cUisnctl rodud'oiii bad bt-c-ii made r-'t rid i-C PAltIS, Sent. pro-lufi-. t'losrjly o.ufs- j Mors'i-nihau, who headed ihe lioiicd'by -Mr. O'Connor iiiul C'ol. Price.- invpstigation roniinil'.eu whlcfi the superintcndi-Jit rn.unutuud thai isas beon ut work In Poliind since late tlic decreased jjricrs not adopU'il in July, has rt-lurncd lo J'jri.i and oivint' to tho work nn by tho-gives EL stirring dec-la ration nf Uui board of commerce, r i-uli'.-r v.erc- they: wbick la in 1'olaii'i due lo public uiiiinsi the J and Iho small nulions or central high cost of living. H.- ihcy' K'jrtpc. llo pays or ihous- werc due to Ibo niurket. mula nl persons aro f rom .Mr. O'Connor: be frank liuiiRor and are hclf clad, and cxpruss-l pnongh to say ilu? public wont'J will dio by hundreds! not svind Tor hlfih i-rii-ti any winter. thnt was ihe j 'TUo only remedy I can see Is tho lie said Forae ucr-ks ho hail, IPOF.UO of ho said. "The ot jjda.-s ,bu-; ICHKUC must operate immediately to cause ol ,'ib.o foUutg but.. Mr. d'x-ido determine (runiicrs iliat .this cvl-1 and. rostoir- prdcr in rpatral TORONTO. Seju. llou with prices :ind costs lists. pn> duced by J. A. N'olson, supc-rinii'iid t-nl of (ho retiiil stores operaiqd. iiy the nav'r-s eipregscj by Lleui.-Col. Price, counsel of the board ol commerce', .a'. Ibis morning's JDvesLiaaliori into. dence itself _did .ism with that'Qi-yr.'Kl.T. q-jl'.c coincide THANKS GENEKAI, PKHSHING I _ __ >5rpi. cost cf living before Vice Chairman ou behalf of lO-lny exltnded K. O'Connor. M'r.-I'rfce rteclnrferl to d'en. JohnTj: a-j coin- lie, wanted all price und rosis lisul tbronsii him in his ofii- from June last submitted lo the- cers ir.d enllatvu inr-n of the Amcri- wlnch Is' threatened" with anarchy." i Mr, he Eurouo aftd America will Lake me t uios to meet ;ho crisis, B: the Ereatest: In hEslory. V.'in. G. SImmonds Is in Jail at FroJcricLotij X. charged with big- amy. BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This Bant is equipped (o render complete back- ing facilities to individuals, parluerships and both large and small. With branches throughout every province of Canada, and corres- pondents in all parts ol the world, your banking business mil be handled with promptitude and at the minimum of expense. Our facilities are al your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDCE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R.T. BRYMNEK. J. H.5. GORDON, Manajer J.V. STEEL, Mtneict' Hon. AV. Howell Takes Ad- vantage of Occasion to An- Murphy OTTAWA, Debate on the "along at" Intervals aliicc the orenlng o[ the cluded in the bouse today, (ta final filago, was marked by a reply by Hon. {lie famous charges roado ajtainst him m the house by Mr. ago. Row ell declaredMlTe accuaailons 'lo be iaise -lie denied had ever cent- for1 noting', ha the Ontario opposition and asEertttt tbat h'o had accepted the ittbii at linsnclal loss. It'was loo, he that ,he had laheii par! in a conspiracy to supplant SfrWIIfrld Laurlcr. fur- liior that he bad 'not slandered- the Roman Catholic church in'Quebec, as nad been charged, but had nothing but praise for members ol .Roman Catholic church, -.vho had gone Co (he from nuil scnred faithfully in the tren- ches. Mr. Archambault stronelr-'crltlcised tlie government for lli gard to profilcerinE In necesaltlca. joard, but all he hml obtained ;oine oritiliials and c-ooles. A redut- .lon in tlic coal of liog proJucts be- LIVCCEI Sept. iinil 1L' due to a lower lioff markc-i; iho markcj .sjt present was lalliiitj and before many It ivould bi-com-j a ''cheaper'1 market. Mr. O'Connor observed that eipeiHHonary precision of the n for "univaTeii formal ex- tit vide duty and valor allowing for reductions, proiits uji to I In" alit-rnJancp.' throupliout Ihe iV.iFinciis in boll] aua- pcLidcd fur a llilie. Ihat all meiubcrs iniKhl sneak. -c Government supreme court Judges and foreign diplomats wcro If .You've used You knojy O.RIGGUPHP1 TRADES IMbfe No doubt there are .other good teas, but for strengih, richness and real quality, Blue Ribbon stands alone. 46 ROBIN HOOD Because we spring from] the and I, grind rifth t hcfc on the prairies in our nificcnt modern mills: l. Tliafs W.hy we fluarantee ta rcfuntl the full pfirchase.pricej bak-[ ings' Robin Hood Flourdoes notj thoroughly 'suit you. v Qrtlcr a trial, sack' from your dcahr rtx OTTAWA. Sept. slated in openi nearly'100 years sincevthe" ish par'Sament had retwgnlzed" (fie principle of tnrtes unionism, From Mine until the present day; there though legalized, ies to ohtain rccognilifan From njiloyers. CnnslrlrirablB prograas haa fen mailG alonK these lines. Speaking r .Winnipeg Mr. Iligg stated that few strikes had taken C last decade, which had nol their ccpllon in this struggilc Tor recogni- on. Some employers, stlfl Mr. Uigg, callzcd (ho ,value' of unions and ad spoken with one who, understand- Eircngtli as a unifying anA nli-ollinj; force "over the workers, said he wphln not destroy Them Jio.could. As" Tar aa Iho worker wag oncerned.- his onlj" hope lay in "ihe nion, Tne end to be.worked for, salt! ir. Rffjg in closing, vB5.lhe defeat, of hn Involuntary poverty and the rec- gnttloA.ot the right of every person >.hv4 jtree, fulI-orhCd life. Organized abor. was (ighling not individuals, but system which degraded, must be substituted one which iSvates. T Dr'., fltrachan, of Sarnm, Iri a hrier pcccn.'_expreased the view thai the ho employers had conceded the point sf .bargaining. riot ee how it van puaslble -it, nor H but CUUSB" it was a'necesaity. mm mmmim I Pycrrhci is a ,viLj darker to bolti jiifnj and '.Ten- der cuhi3 indicate it; nnd vritfi it come loosening lopttvA' (irel, iho giitfi'j the normal pirn Thty They nYc- tBta-fittay.afaAagi for 'millionV ft b.-itcna la-attack the uncnahiilcdi tootllbasc. lolloAa. Even-iClho cavity, filled and the tooth-. Ihe'curna con- tinue io rccsde... Remember, lhat inflamed f.hd bleeding (riuns act ns EO inany doornays enter Ihc joints or causing other nilmcnls. ci Aranst IhirPyo'rilKa (Riojs1 Dt- .aiso) 'ordinary nra power- less. Yet Pyorrhca' WUcla four nut ;of Tivo 'people who ars over forty, and usctl in timo and uxil cAnsktcnlly prevents I'yirrhai. It U R scientific, looth 'tlcan-cr as well. Diush your Icctli.Wtli it. See prctnplly.olcofjinjj filijn'ltndcrnG.1 ,teases yotir; teeth ire' iTthito find clean, p II Btm-ElmnlitJorhM already tct Htr slart" lining iCnd consult a tlcnlist ilmmcdiitely for i CfKcial Ifc FOftTHEGUMS to Independence Trouble comes to all of us elcjie time or another, The man with a'snug hank .account, is fortified against the outrageous It is the duly of every man to lay asids .something for the, inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account take your first step along the road to Independence. MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA. Established 1B64, LETHBRIDGE'BEIAUCH, DINNING. l Daror.l. Mo-..rch >n[ Nol.l-'crJ. Interpreters of Correct Style Fit-Reform are tailors for men desiring to be groomed correctly in erery detail. Fit-Reform designers interpret the styles of the smartest laihion of the world. Fit-Reform Suils and for fall express every thought and tendency ;._; in'line arid model; .with none of ihe extremeness which the vrell dressed .'man finds distasteful.' 336 fill you want to be is correft, and distinctive, and exclusive in Fall Suils and Overcoats, be your interpreter. McKELVIE McGUIRE I LETIIBRIDGli F CANDIDATES N RUSHOLME DIVISION LONDON, D.lLiialion in (Manchest- er) election' grOTTs "flslly more cur- alreidy the oftlclal Labor, can- ..andVa 'fourth J-liaa been nomln'ivtwl -In Capl. Crowilaon, tl'parly, (anrichscl hf n'sraall fronp mainly of the early-.perlmi'of "the "The Women's Free'doiir Leagiie- lit sojrilklnB ol. prndTTCtiir'm :Mndldat6 and oven fi sixth m ]ndc- pcnucnl 'one, nppcir. ,npl. ThorM Ihc Consiirvntlvc i.orillr-Cc, fiiinounces himself "out for for Lloyil but docn not definitely assert he7: haft TccelTed Coalition coupoil. both tho Unionist'aid PropOBalTo' rote will he npllt. 'HAT ROTARIANS JUNIOR CHAMPS 1-------- MEDICINE HA'f, 'Alls., Sepl. Hut -Holarl.ins' are Junior baseball champion) critic province for Ihe 1119- season. title here today when they (oclj boih. ends of a double-hiudcrf from the Monarchs, .of Calgary, by .4