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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.VtTUOAY SEPTKMBEn 27, 1913 _HE DAILY HKKM..U PAGE THIRTEEN Will Try to Bring Soccer Governing Body Into the Amateur Athletic Union Sept. delccatoi gain ill iUtcudLUico .from mil parts of Canada, tho annual meeting of Ibo Amalcur Alhletlc llnloii was coQlla- ued at tba Chateau Ijiurler Ibis niorn- Ono of Iho matters transacted tliU morning was tho decision to en- deavor ID erranjja another conference wilh officala ol tbo Dominion Foot- ball Association for Ilia puruoaa ot bringing the Dominion Football Atsoc- BACKACHE .BI la tides mail Jo.oll, jwlnl lo Jo.oll, luey Trouttt. -Qultfc and V obtained, tad {IxnfC ir.ddtd, QnOills which bmvc bronchi icllci tolbotnaurli. Grl nboft ti-djr from jour or money if you are DQlsaiuCcd. J'ree Sample ou rtqut-sl. NattMitl Dnj Co- Ltd., LJ.5. AUrw rJ.Jhu.CV. be.. ZOZUu. SL, Brfifc, N.Y. Inllon Into tbe fold, or to ranch some sort of working agreement which would beneflt both organkallooi. ,The Donitulon Football Association Is not allied with Ihe Amateur Alhletlc "Union and several meetings been held without success. -However, with a view lo bringing the two Jn contact. President Tom Doyd was aafcud to form a and -gel In touch with the Dominion Football Association eftklalB. In the there baa conald'cr- able difficulty because of the fact that tbe Yartous- proTlncet dtffered somewhat In the constitutions. -This undesirable clrcurneUrico was fully dlicuaEed this morning and n com- mittee wa.i appointed Jo uranve uni- form ruUi. No 6Utui for Prdt 'OTTAWA, V'dla- cusslon, which bcs'ifi early, In UIB .rteraoon continued until lato In lift evening, the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada, whkb'Is .holding Us annual meeting In, decided-to- night (Lgalmt the proposed _reln'3talc- luent of profosrional hi etas" who had served In tho recent war. The now famous slogan ot Iho cast: "Once always a' pro- failed to molt before the eloquent oratory of a large delegation of western representatives and the motion that the ivhitcwash biusli would bfc used, leHlQg back Into the ninaleur ranks a number of well-known Canadian stars who have fought and probally bled for tbe empire on fnr away battlefields was defeated the void Elandlng 33 to 28. This was the most 1 reso- lution at the day's session. .Tho annual meeting of the A. A. U. ot Canada, which Is being held for the first time since 1914. opened this morn- Ing at (he Chateau Laurlcr with Thomas Boyd.-of Winnipeg, president, in the chair. Delegates were present from every province lu the Dominion. Tbe meeting continued until nearly midnight end then adjourned to con- tent) again tomorrow looming when Ihc board of governors get together to 5K, Tri.d FuiMU Fruit Htdicine. i K Voice" RECORDS HERE ire always "His Master's Voice" Records of the latest dance numbers, jan music and populir smlk ni course, there are (he reproduclionsrf the .greatest voices JD( the world, that offer fresh inspiration at each hraring, and sll the old favorites of which one never (ires. ipJN. Tcil'flS- f Si Vzmp-Vo'i Smuh'sOrch. 18591 Fliljely Fnx-Trnr- OixiolindJiuDaifd 185M Anilhlne is Nice i) li Coincs from Eyes Thil "1 J-ove You" In'ingini) Jut KinFmin .1S539 Hivt 'Pictro 1SH3 Ftter FoiTrol Sn Brown Brothers 13562 1 Ahi't 'en GtA >n No Time lo Hlvr.llic Manay-Smalk Tike Jlo In Ihe Land ol Jut Mirion Ilnrii IS59} 90c FOR 10 fN., DOUBLE-SIDED You'rf. Slill Swfrlhaart of anj Gales olGlidnns Wuti-Uunooa tojr 12-tSCU RED SEAL, 12.00 U foil1 i lul (Sopruo) Gilti-Cord 10-INCH 1ED SEAL, II JS FK Yon i Rne (BtfMM) Emilia A- Cojoru M816 Brint Bid Mr Bowie 10 He (Soprano) Click M793 Grcwn, Croon, de Mmi Sophie BmUa M799 Mj Hlh Soaf or (TcMc) Mm McOrmni (UK TnrVWi (Vtelhi) M77I from to J680 (loM on o.y jiy.' menu, if AiV for copy ofvur 620-pnee Musical Encyclopedia li.tinj 90CO "Mis M.islci'a Vofee" Keurifa. Hear them at any "His Maker's Voice" dealers e Manufactured by Berliner Gram-o-phone Co., Limited Montreal VICTROLAS Get Four Viclrola now anil bo prepared for Ihfl fluirtmfli'i lor. Vlclrobs from ?3fOO up. InyICo 7011 lo coma In our more ami heir the following RKOTOJ: EISH Vfhcn You laok In Uio Heart of Rose .............'___...Sung bj John IS559, llatnhow Division Jlircli ArUur Prror'a Hand Spirit ot Indcpcntlfsnco Marcn...... Conway'H Band 18561 Out ol Ilio Kaat Fox Trot................... ..................Joseph C. Smltb'i Rnlny Day Trot 0. Smllh'i OrcliMlrit 1S55C OJi Kuslo J3elinvo Medley One-Step Vin Upj Trio Monlc Crlalo Jr., Medley fox Trot.... Van EPS Trio ,18503 Lullaby .American QutrUlU i Mike .fn .Sciuy Alnbain Hr Irrlns unrf Jack Kaulman 617SO Sorter MUs You Vrnncet Alda Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRlDOE, ALBERTA, I v WORLD 6EHIES GAMES -fr WILL COMMENCE AT 3 ft CIXCIXN'ATI. Oblo. Sept. 27. Herrmann of Lbe National Uasetall fornrolsiioa 4- Issued a Elatccient In which ha said tho world's series Letoccn the Sox anj Hods would licsln In t-ath chr promptly at iwo o'cloclt. Diametrically Opposed To Act- ion Taken Hy Police Chiefs :it Calgary MISS ANNIE WARD 112 Ilaipn St., fit. John, U >ulh pleasure that I write to tell you of Ilia ffmtbcnctitlrecciTed fcoui 'Uio uso of -your medicine, for many years from Nervous Head'" and Const ifaiion. I, trteil Everything, Consulted doctors- but nothing see iced to help mo until After I had 1 at en. several boxes, I TTW completely relieved of tin-so troubles and liave been unnsuallj-- weft erer since.1' f Miss ANNIE TVAKD. 'Fmll-a-lives' Is fresh fruit juices, tonDCht rated and increased, in strength, combined ivi th Cncst Ionics, Is a posiliTcand rctiaWo remedy for llc.idachcs and Constipation.- EQc.n boi.G trial siic 25o. A t all dealers or Fruit-a-tivcifJiijitei elect their officers and Ir.ina.ict other business of equal importance. East Against West HAMILTON. Oiii., Ropl. 27. lalive restrict I on of Hits right ol po- lo orKimiz'? and nf'illalc wilii the Dominion Trades tind I.abur Coil- Kress was opposou by special com- mit too appointrj Ly (he congress to incjulro Into ciuesl'on of organization. Tliis i--J Included in one of I wo' resolui ions wh Icli C-JHE! i luto tlio report; Tho resolution favors Ihc granliPE1 of a national charter to unions who have einrcsseil a desire to form a na- federation KndorsMion or Ihti report Mas Diarlt by tbe congress laic last ntglit. The motions read: IVhrrens, .1 ir.c-cilng cl riSEciiiblcd In pnssoil a reso- lution urt'lng k'gislation reslrlcilng Ihii rJfiht ol to organize; and affiliate w'lh iho Trades and Labor Congress of dniailii; "And such ac tlon would be- an Intolerable infrlnge- jinent of tho inherent right o' every isian lo himself with his fel- lows Tor mutual jirolectlon and ad- vancc-mont. lie it resolved thai this einphJtJcally jirotcsl against any legislative aclion and pledges its full sunjiort lo llie police forces of the Dotmulun in .the maintenance ot their rights." V TliR Js, as followa: "Ulioruas, .Ih'crc are at, present a number of unions ii: Canada organ- for (lie Letter protect ton of Intcrusls; "Accl whereas, ninny of Iheae unions j have cxpresEo'd a desire to form'a na- j tional of policemen, jailers and 'prison workers. 11 tbe Tho old t'lk hall at Medicine Hat has been secured for temporary quar- tern for a gymnasium, but Ibo com- miiteo ID charge- of the movement conlinua rheir work t'.ll more coininodLOUS and permanent premises arc provided. A foot bathtub, a rat trap, a phon ograph fhrcddor, a drip pan and ao beater ere on Charlie Chaplin's list of> equipment needs when ho pre j liarea to haltio the Iluna In his sec or.d million dollar picture, "Shoulder Arms.'1 At (he Kmpreis today and HALIFAX. X. Sept. Palllc landed passengers at Hal- lax, made up of 46 Baloon. 239 icc- oi.d class, 63S third clajo and Lbe re- mc.lnder military. Among the ctTlllan passengers relumlne on Iho Eleani- er Capl. Thprapson, ol Iho Olympic, who IE proceeding lu New York to laV.e over command of Iho former German steamer recently awarded Ihe White Blar Line. Sir William Allardyce, governor of the Bahanjis. waa aleo a passenger. Other ofdcerB and nursiog sisters re- luming on Ihe Baltic follow: Nura- Ing Sister J. S. I'arltinson, Calgary; Capt. H. Coppcnger, Wionlpeg; Lieut ftf. McIIedrian, 'Calgary. II.S.M. T. S. Slater, MOOEU J. S. Diamond. Viincouvcr; Xursinu Siit ers M. J. Ilenner, Vancouver; M. C. Coialt, Toronto. rom Front Page.) son'i "business would be In, a condition. The. poor man might ii Ven want a llmoualno. fancy are no needed In tho arerage family ihan 'caviar1 Ja needed. many llaonsines are- kept out of the price of'premier eatd the Mr. Walters to assure the chairman ho va.s not the possessor of a. limousine. Mr. Walters laid that the tapitallti- tlon of the company fo.OOO.OOO. In 1913, tbe capital wit acd In 1917, ptld up caEh, no preferred debevturei or bonds. Dividends-were paid In Mr. Wftlters slid he did not there was a working agrMizMnt be- tween the Swift Canadian inafelnff personal appJicallon and upyn his declaring his InlcnUon. to remain an rccetTe his'aruateur card." C This -lirs.t'-" "iictly 'dlscuBslon o( Ihe Hllemoon. Messrs. Lelth, Nelson, Law, Brent, A'rnislroug, -Morrlfion, Balls, Uetlschem1, Jtulqueen, Robinson, D--ClBude-.-Mcponalil and jbol. Johnson were ainonp the speak- ers. The west lined up solidly against .he east and Ltirce hours tho itmosphero was surcharged willi plCjas or and against the western resolution. Hie "first'resolution, introduced hy Mr. Mac-Nell and. seconded by Mr. O'Hare, was Ihen withdrawn, and an- other, practically the same :n -modi- fled form, was presented. Tbis also provided for tbe reinstalemcnl of pro- resalonal soldiers, but specified that each'pirovlnclal body should" liave charge of fls respective case aod that oach'Tc'.nBtVtenidnt b'e'suhject, in Ihc erent of an Inter-provlnclal dispute, to.a final decision.' by the-Canadian reglstrdtion commltlee. II also slipu- 1 filed that the applicant should pro- m'se lo never again yiolate the ama- teur nilea and added that no reinstate- ment should become effective unless given a two-thirds majority vole. Mr. LeJlh, who halls from TlrJiish Colum- bia, championed his motion In brilliant style; Mr. Morrison gave him some ahle suppo.rl anrt other western dele- Incunnlng executive be loj Issue a national -cliarter to sueli a federation and-that-.thty 'assist lo attain" desirable economic conditions.' lo this Lfternnoji there J of any clashes tween -itprknlGn. and officials or-dis- OTders- of LONDON, S than biilf 5 Workers less ___ -....._, ...jrtlng popmatlon pC the ctutro olfbondon got lo business today. All hring tens of thousands of persons to towns daily were cul ot[ uy the strike j antl [he suburban busses-.ivero unable" lo a c com mo dale a traction of1 the people tfcsiring'passage. The heads of liusiness ivere1 generally alite lo com- niand motor cars, and Ihc result was nn enormous concentration o[ automo- biles anil horse" vehicles from all di- rections upon -tho city. The street's W.ere blocked al an early hour Land! only'able lo crawl along. I Thousands of bicyclus, including iriany) nndleiit' were Ihreadlng Iheir way through the crush. Hundreds of.thousands of the work-1 goers were' walk'lng lo Ihchr plnccs of] cmiiloymcnt, crowding the sidewalks as -Ihe vehicles crowded Ihe' pave- inonls, It wns hrigbt anluinn day and Ihe crowds ivere good naltired with Ihc excepllion of many soldiers who" were on their, way. rifles tc'lheir barmcha, sri not ins their recall from leave. So great %vpre Ihe crowds that the pnlcs llkeu-Iso rallied lo his asalsfance, His motion ivas deCcaletl by 33 to iiS.jed police had .Ihctr hands full dealing llic tralilc. The pates were'clos- _- at ihe entrances of all undcr- As !l was an amendment lo the con-: ground stalions, but the busses and Eliiutton It woulrt hare required, In municipal tram cars were ollll oper- anr event, a two-lhlrds vote lo Cfirry. ating. wijli Ions queues wailing at the .topping places Cor n, chauce lo gel aboard. Food Being Distributed The EOTcrnmenl officers Quebec and Ontario Toted agalnEt the proposed rolnslale- ment of soldier professionals. nstructor Banned Another Interesting motion Intro- duced today, called for tlio reinalate- menl of physical directors after thcjr had aerered, for ODC rear or more, con- nection with aiicli work. Thlg was aleo" modified Bud provitled Ftcondly for the reinstatement of physical In- il rumors as noTKompellng nmatcurs. Thfs was moved by Brent of Cal- j' and seconded by Mr. Q'Harc, of Winnipeg. Tho amendment that the physical directors bo lelnstnlcd ns non-compet- ing amateurs was mored by Dr. llruco McDonald find aoconded by Mr. Corey of Prince Edward' la] and, Iloth wcro defeateil so tho physical cl 'rectors re- cmleU Ihe placing of all army cars ftl slraltgic points for the distribu- tion of rations. t Tlie banks and business houses orally .wfrpMVftrklriS" wlih small stnir-5, while many ol the shops were cloap'l iiUogothnr. No o- L rf town IcUpj'a M'cre dtslribulcd in the morning mails. The raiJivay stations are filled wiih pllea of baggage belorjEing lo per: sons who irero unablo to get away IUBL. nighlT a ,fciv of whom wcro Ellll (hat Ibc trains' main. In, l InstnlomcnL Ineligible OP re- CANADIAN ATHLETES ASK GOVERNMENT FOR OLYMPIC TEAM OTTAWA, Sept, delegallon representing Iho Canadian Aniutcur Athletic Union compoaccl of .Messrs, Jtorrls and Johnston waited "on Sir Henry-Draylon, minister of finance, yesterday and put forward a request' that the- Olympic ccmmllleft rerclve ft grant from Iho Canadian government toward financing Canada's proposed Olympic The sum ot W53 nshed. -1" Sir Henry Dniylon llateneil, care- fully lo '-ho arguments pul forward by Ihe delegation and cor.ait1 allon. As a roanH-nf the coniorcf His are lio'pcfnl that gmiUcd. A lo turn over to Iho hlblcton board (he Rcglna exhibition and buildings under n five year lease, nl an annunl rental ol lins.bccii.inndo .lo- n--npcolal CtiiuinltCuo of (Lu council. on the scene would again he operated. The contin- ental express started from Iho Victor: in slalion' with n noa-nnlon engineer, but it was ohligcd lo run slowly be- cause Lhp signalmen' ifere oh strike. Two trains' left tho Lkdrpbbl fit feet Station for Ipswich and Cambridge. Most of familiea we without milk today, whllp the focJ I ininlsliy WAS- arranging [or collection or 'milk lir cars from Ibo 300 stations country. Airplane were advertis- ing flfghls f.o Amsterdam, Paris and j provincial towns, but they were nblc lo carry only a lew persona at a high rnfo cr fare. I Mining Affected The mining Industry already has IjccK flfrfrcletl by tho strike. Advices froni (he Welsh [loM' Rnnounced ihnt Of n of coal cars find lark ol Iransnorlnllon for the miners from Ihe villages lo tbe pit, two nf Iho fllte had been forced lo shut down. Shopman Go Out A Ponrastcr annonnciis lliflt Ihe shopmen at (he axlcnelTO of (be Gfeift. -Northern thorc Joh. Complete The ministry of transports shortly before three o'clock announced Iho, otoppngo of traffic on the rall- rORf'n through the strlkofcvaa virtually comjiletcd, In Ireland, where (ho llnca are not nffoclctl. Tho an'- no -Olslurbsjice 11U3 been reported, .You'll find all types of glasses for all types of men, women and children here at a very moder- ate range' of prices. Distinction in Glasses Glasses are a part of a person's personality. If properly'suited they lend not they injure ihe appearance. i We have spent much time fn the study of glasses, and their relation to personalities, Our service provides glasses that hot only cor- rect ihe vision, and fit, but add to the appear- ance. J. ML Henderson Sight Speeialut at L A. Balmoral Block HE invita- tion for the dance. has arrived, Mrs. Brown is in tears because she hasn't a new. dress' or time to gel a new one Really, there's no need .for her to feel that way when .yre'are as close, to her as her phone. Simply send the old one to us and well iyfll look as spic and span as when she first put it on, Repairing and Pressing are our specialties, Our service includes everything in a'ppare! for men, women and children. OUR CARPET CLEANING PLANT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL Give us a tiial and you wQl be pleased. Our Motto: "Quality and Service.' Lethtiridge Laundry Co., LIMITED PWM451 TtfflWf ;