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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE TOT-LYE THR UrmCRIlXiE UAJLT HFJUU11 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, INUM MIS AND LABOR CONGRESS s Favoring National of Labor and Com- pulsory Education Onf., Sept- Con- uf resolutions was taken up of Labor was for the present industrial utiresi. "I gather there are a number of men iu ihe trade union aioTeireai who do UOL understand (he functions o[ ihe American Federation of Labor." said] Mr. Uiucrufr "it is A Icffsla- tlre boJy. It does 1101 Interfere with Dominion .Trades and inttrual _ ct International ?s ihla morning. Claiziiinc nrSani that liad been a continuous cam-1 Thp pfcign of njfsrepresriitalioa by Ihe THRE? P.E.I. CABINET MINISTERS BY ACCLAMATION CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E, I., nomina- tion day for for (our portfolio memben of new Bell government, who ha4 lo be rceelcUd- Premier Bell, Hgn. William Lee, tonmlntortr of ag- riculture, and Hon. J. J. John- ton, rt- electtd by acclimitlon, but Hon. C. W. Crotby. public works. oppoied by Thomai WJgmort, Groham't Road. election tiVex October 3. (UNEKENifflXS The commiltee's recommeodatloii ally presumably tbe in. i of prejudicing public opinion Resolutions ado pled calling for the right ol Ireo sfecch, free ,SL them "the Trades [scmtly and press. asil Labor Council asfced Ihe congress Following brief to en record as pledging Hself to Uie eUht men arrosted in on charges Iu connection I vlth the, Etriite Iu tholr at- child welfare and the urgent need of belter education (or clnldrea. the con- gress adopted resolution requesting lhat It be made compulsory for chil- dren to attend school uutil 16 rears o[ age. Salaries ol officers of congress lor ensuing year, when cc-nsirtered by Krcases being granted. Moore receive ?3.500 [a year while Secretary Draper's sal' tempi 16 get a fair trial. The committee mi re- drafted tho motion to record Hie em- phatic opinion lhat tbe men In ques- tion snoiila hava a fair and Impartial the assembly created a lively discus- trial. The committee called attention lsloa which resulted Iu material In to tie lad thai Ihe resolution iu no way pledges Ilie finances of the con- gress in this connection. Thp committee's recommendation carried. A number of resolutions deal- Jnj with the right ot unions to strike were redrafted by (ho committee. One favored the formation of a national Moore and In seconding Ihe iiomlna- council of labor that -would have man- llop-. Delegate, irarper. a Toronto datorj1 power to take concerted action on behalf of Canadian labor when action is necessary. Tlic substitute recommended by Uie committee pointed out that the logical development, of united action in tbe New Hritish Ambassador De- clares He is Delighted With league Covenant NKW YORK, Sept. here late yesterday aboard tho slti er Mauretauin, to assume his new post as llrillsh ambassador lo tbe United Stales, Viscount Grey, rear- ing blicb glasses, deplored bts poor eyesight, which coiupelleJ him lo TV! dra-.v (or years frbhi public life and which, he said. woulJ make hia use or economic power Is the ire to be elected, were norniuaLeil lor interests of tLe trade union movement irheii a scope is provided lor united o( Tarions .trades and where vice-president: James Simpson .ironto; A. M. McAndrew, Moose Jaw: HAMILTON, Sept. W. Wilfc" I 'J n inson, Vancouver nominated Mr. I Creeled bj- a .of Drilsh offi- cers from the embassy In .leaded by Albert Undsar, Viscount machinist, declared Inat, lhal body was supposed to be the "op- it gav-o him great pleasure lo support l.r. Moore in view of hLa sterllns vort during the past year. The nomination ol Mr. Draper was moved by Simpson, Toronto. delegates, of irh !cii three the slrengli of the iDternational uii ions is behind them. .Air. Bancroft said it had been in Cress that the American Federation J. H. SloTeiy, Yancourer; H. J. Hal- HaniUton; A. .Montreal; I Reese. Vancouver; George Arm- j Vancouver; Joseph WILSONS FLY I PADS Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. 5IiEs Helena Guttrlilge. E. Toronto; J. C. Inveniesa; Trotter, Vancouver; R. Ulemuer, Bnan'.lor-l. FAC-ticwaTafc. ABd.WT.tic, era Talcum is n ideal' face, tkm, baby dastinc fbwder. Convc- of otinperiaaa fortbe'Dcrvofi. A OM at ibe Trii (or uocs, Toronto; Grey 'expressed his delight nt Ibe al- I em ion shown him by nfewspapemiei and phoiosrapliers, :He vill leave a nnce tor Tbe ncirV" that Lie hail not come to pill forward any ne LOT treaties add alliances ilnl his object in accepting the posl was promote the eiisllne good will' 1'nitecl StEites and DrlL isb peoples as far as he hail airengih or Ihe oppo'rluuily. lhat his views on eagut of naiioDs, previously express eil when he said lasl May lhat "he delighted with the haJ uo changed. He also expressed keen re ret- at tho 'news ol Ihfi illness o I'resiilenl Wilson and said he hopei ual It was nol serious. He declined o make other than a formal stalt ment imlil he hnd.heen Vecelved b; President- Wilson. With Ihe dor were Sir William Tyrrell, his sec retary; Honald Campbell, third secrc- lary of the British embassy in Wash ington, and Major Crawford Stuarl his military attache. Other distlngiiishod arrivals were: Col. Colin EdwQr Kemp, Arthur nrowne, mad Ihe first trans-At! antic nonstop High frou Newfoundland to England wil Capl. AlcockT fAtlr Browne, Sir T Ashley Sparks, ol the Cunard Mns A, C. F- Anderson, director ol Ih Anchor Line; P- W. o the Cupard Line; LienL-Col. A. I 31.51; Sir Frank and Lady Sir Peter Drig.- Gen. Critchley and the Earl o[ Hard- PARIS, Sept. him her of deputfea committee on toe treaty vrns addressed y Clcoieticetu this morning n the preparation o( M. Lefevre'a evolution which lo bring About ew nesotlallofls the orles of the treaty with n. to ssurlns Genuanr'ai Tho rulltee had >fked lot tht gor- rntnenl's opinion of the resolution. ClemeDceau said he did not think uch a proposition could be admitted s an amendment to the peace ut ff adopted It mlcat be In tha form I au Invllation to the allies to uto a discussion of Germany's dls- rmament. The premier added that peace realy, especially Clause gave lies sufficient power to prevent the .anufaclure o.' war material nnd Iho onstrucL'.on ot munition worXs. H did not agree lhal tbe uiatter should je referred to the chamber before tho of the treaty and made his n qucsMou of confidence. Kollowiug the premier's address the committee adjourned its Eesiiuii till his afternoon for discussion. Donald Morrison, 19 years old, was sentenced lo 30 days In the county Jail stealing two suitcases from th.i New Jloyal hotel. Gait. flHTOB MOUT ON CRUTCHES Rhtunutum Follows Attack of He Woa't WINNIPCO, teM. apeclal dlapatch fram IB I Ixrfl in tpitc of the fact that li (ar (ram II li uld authorit- atively that Sir Refctrt ha. n> Intention of retiring from premlerthlp, to the notwltittiuidlitt. DlacuM Jnlonurt Policy OTTAWA, SepL the Mrs! ,Ime since bis Illness, sir Robert Har- den In mltpndiincetoday at ?a meeting "of the cabinet council'. uectliiK. It la vas called Ipoclally to dlscuEB ..questions of LTo1onIst roller which are lo 3efpre tho government Beit k. Owing to the condition ol "It li more thin prcbabU thai air Robert Bond en will be com- pelled to appear before hit TuetcUy on crutches. The prtmUr KM an aftermath of compitlltrf to UM erirtcKei though ha IB itlll'ptctty conllncd to Mean NifbU IV Saves Fuel and Food The continued high cost of food- stufh and household supplies re- quire the strictest economy. The most eipensive foodstuffs are used in baking, so always be careful in use the rieht kind of Baking Powder, otherwise great waste may result. Many thousands of people recom- mend (From Our Corrrsonnilepl MAGHATLl. ''Sent. Chau- tauo.ua comes lo Magrath on October 10, 11 and 13, and this year's program Is of the best ever presented by the Dominion Chaulai.quas. Miss Carr, advance agent, was in town Od Saturday and met with tie local com- mittee. Arrangements have been made, and all the committee are work- ing Etrong to mate this a success. townspeople ere asked lo co-opera La iwltVLhe local committee, as without i Ihe snpport of all the people Ihe few (cHiiens who hare been tlie means u[ I bringing the Chautauqua here Trill-be laboring under greatj difficulty. The advertising and programs are now oui and In a -few days Ihe tickets-wil be en-sale. Sec a program at onc-2 and you will 5te what a wonderfu well "as "other" Important Jot of Inspiration topics. -Brethren, 'have yorf heart! [and enletfainmenl you will receive nhis man speak? If you haven'l, then for-11.75, the price of (lie ticket for I non't miss Uila opporluaity, EO come, entertainments. The tickcl com- and b'y your presence help to C. O. F. GRAND RALLY An important niccLing ol the above order, will te helrl'ln Ihe KnigSts ol Pylliias hall on Monday evening at S.15. Bro. Jewell, Ihe High Court Pro Tlncial rerroscatalire and organizer, will be ic attendance and will deliver an address on the last High EGG-0 'because it effects the greatest economy., Its 'doable action absolutely assures perfect bak- ing at all times. Egg-O helps save fuel because it does not fe- quiie so hot an oven as is required by other powders. Afweys follow-tie lerel (caspoonful to one level cup of well sifted flour. You me from a to, t lull less powder when you use Egg-O. When buying Ecg-Q {be lirger tins arc tbe most ecoa- ooucal tUe ior' funilj me. Baldag Co., United, Hiailtoa, Canada nil hsillL, Sir Robert will leave Ot next wetk for H much resl. It 19 unHksly tint ho vlll lo like up Ma dutlM Tor M little The comer of the oew'St Andrew's AngllcaQ church il wu laid vlth MasoBtc ceremoDlei. "Take Ihow feet eomnuvdft "In asks serjujm, ia uoucniwi' Charlie And then Ibe trouble iivS.ss Jn "Shoulder Anns." hli pnd million dollar picture. Xov play I IDE at the The Return of the Influenza "INFLUENZA hrvs broken ogt Chi- cago. Probably .fcls fod.eatM i re- 'lurn ecourge during coming irinLer. Tho history ol -.A f> j-ii riu ueiiieu IIIJL LIIO uniieti rarniers Utaf.1 SL, McntrCfil, Clue., writes: "I cannot ipeak loo hienly of the J- B. Cas- cade. It has. savej my lite. nare troubled witli constipation, piles and llcprallon of Iho bowels for years, Save only been using tho Cascade for three months, and am happy lo nc ilo- Vyinff my own work again dftcr having lK-9n laid up for many months. I would not like one hundred dollars (or my Cascafle If.Iv could not procure if." Tht i. a. Cascji'le Is the only -c-eiftct appliance for Internal Datn- 'Jing, Iht.lBVen'lion of Dr. Chiu. A. of Neir York, anJ is doing pi ore lomrdd'-lmproving th aUndard of (he ntllon Pua All cnef'.intii-M Tkh tffiltmit It shown an'd iipkfn- M tilt Crosn Drug and Hook FO, IM. .or-tik them- for tree book- .fcl of -todar Is only 50% Tyrrell'a Ityjien- te Iminite, College St., Toronto. much more generally than Conserva- tive rsndK.ilr.s ,aa had been charged In some quarters. '-'Tho fact said Mr. Morrison, "that Hie United Farmers have Ijcen absolutely impartial aa between tho two oM parllps. It Jia.i jtlacftd candi- dates In the (IcM in practically every In whicli, In the JuJgmcirl ot the farmftra nf that constituency, the proportion of rural population in- dicated lhat they should be represent- ed by a farmer. There are CS conslilu enclcs of this -class (rural constiluen- tiesj niij IL 13 expected there Kill lie al least termer candidates In the ArtdTHER POLITICAL CRISIS IN GERMANY BERUN, Sept. newspapers are talking of an flpproaclilng political en-la, Ihe iioaslblc dlssolullori ol Uie national assembly 'nnd elections al the end of October. v HERPICIDE MARY SAYS: atr "A for her cares USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE SoVd Department trie Better Berber Shofn HOW-ABOUT YOUR Stopiii Sash and Boors Gall 121 And we will send, a competent man to quote you prices on requirements, Stacey Lumber Co., Ltd. PHONE 421 CrTAS. BRADBEER, MlMjer aw.v.A. General Meeting Of the G.W. V.A.Will be HeUoo Sunday, 28th of Sept. A FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE IIV CHARLES I.OHRENSTEINC.S.B. SYKAUUSB, N.Y. MBMHHIl OF TUB HOAnD OF LECTURESHIP OF TIIE MOTH- KII cmmcir, TIIH KIIIST CHURCH OF cimisr SCIENTIST, IN D03TON, MA93.' IN THE WESLEY (METHODIST) HALL, S. TUESDAY, OCT. 7 AT 8.30 P.M. TtlK rUDLIO AUK TO ATTKND ;