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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S PLEADS BLAME .RADICALS FOR AN EXPLOSI9N THAT K1U-E1) -FIVE TVRAX'TO. liayu 2- High poVer by the police er have been placed by radicals in 1 VI v AMSTERDAM. Aug. t. Samuel GomptTS. pres-denl of the Aniericah yedera'llon ot Labor, and head o ho delegation ol Americans to (he Inter- national trades' auion convention-in session hew. pleaded for sreaie. rights for labor. Hh address followed the report o K which said I could not actiept the charier given.labor ill the psai-e treaty as a full ot the workers' Mr Uompcrs uwlared that he al- ways' had worted for improvement of conditions -and demanded that labor should not be warded as an arttrto of commerce. He nreed also that, a seamen's act be enacted to permit sailors to leave ships when sttelv in harbor. He pleaded lor.iSc eqiiailtv o! and men ana me abolition ol' involuntary service.. German delegates disputed ,'Mr. Rompers' argument, which fay, jnacic H appear European labor unions were loo conservative. 'They demanded that .the' workers tlrivc' for a realization of the con-, fcrence's program, including the regu- lation of children's Mlcation, women Jabor. shorter hours, Sunday-reft and Ihe supervision ot home industries, This position was supported .by Leon bodies wvre several ir'the raawv'llne. are investigating the Incident Aug. s--------- 'lerrins to the lirilisb comtuonweaUh in'an address at Oxford oii-Saturday. Viscount Jlilner, fec-relary ot'state for, the colonies, said be did not share tear that th'o independent poslUoas of ihe India and olber.c-ou.i- iries in the league o! nutions .would lend'to disruplion. 'It the- common- wealth to idc-ces the pillar in Ihe league would be shatfere 1, he We must always settle our domestic difficulties aiiioirg our- selves The. commonwealth bad rjoro to than any other slate by iin- "Frylt-a-tiws" Point fteWaj to Quick Relief Oxi. "1 StiiTered for a number of years with KktaiHtlisM eid inert Pains it my Sttt'aitJ Sick, cawed by ktrains and heavy lifting. i j When I had given up of em; '.being well friend recom-. I tueuilfd 'Fruit-a-thes' .to me and- i ifier-usiug the first-bos l-tcjt so nuleli teller ihat' i, continued to laVe theai; and now 1 am enjoying the best of he.ilth, 'thinks to your itondcrM fruit "vJV. M. 1.AMPSOX. -aro sold by ail dealers at boi, 6, for 'trial site or >J To-Commemorafe Fifth Anni- versary of Mobilisation of the British FkcJ .ioubaux. the who war and .the workers' the full support o thyt lo complete labor's charter sas set ollr foreign policy must_be broid. forlhJn the peace treaty. our ore ple and straightforward. te eveop sions. Lord Jtilncr said ft was abstird 10 denounce this policy as exploita- tion. Hn did not sav colonies and pro- not been costly .-i-.nE.AL.. AuS- of the. five bunared thousand e aim action ol me live uuumvw SpeaWos the color Question and ot the shop trades the development ot British of o[ the UnitenSStateE. ll ;j- CttlllTlla i rfthP. that "HARD BOILED" AND THURSDAY STARLAND co and grossly exploded by powers th Assessed them or that'they hud n in Eomo cases ewloited their dcutii- deucies in the pasi. but ho moLt emplattcaliv tliat- their present uolicj was directed lu a Tigorouo man ner to the prevention of -uch It wa- their dutv to tho inhabitant-; o[ countriej to make better is e Ql the natural resource, ot the ml and alnicst completelv neglect ed opportunities o-. wjo decided on-a strike executive i-ommittee of ihe'l'ederated Shops Trades' of. Cadada, will-send out, n call for a strike vote .ot the 3J.00 railway shop Employees .ot-Ca- nada. The vole will -be rcliiniablc on '4 at midnight. In'tlie interval the leaders of the men will resume Ihd negnnations with the the railway wir board was, journed until i decision was vfach d In the United States on behalf 9 e three divisions of Ihe :rallwa shop trades Tho dennnds made ire tor i our n miniinuni. ot So cciiU, our for mechanics 'i minimum of f ents an hour for helpers and an_ u 10 tculo in hour tor i rcnticc Of Ihe-Liberal Quebec Members Hold Caucus __ OT "Angif t national Liberal committee which Tias bee i .Sing arrangements for the Liperal omention which opens tomorrow nal meeting thi ;e the prograni of of Pforrhea Four out e people over forty have dtr forty also. LooseningteeUiiuui- r cate Pyorrrea. Bkcdlnif gums, too inflamed, bleean? gumi act as to raaay doorway for Jisease germs to enter 5) infect in y the joints other aliments n I Forhan'ttosttwcly prevents Fjor-. Hea.ft tiseJln time and used coniist ently. 0 Aa it hardens toe guma the i Brush your teeth with Forhan's H deans fftem and" clean _ orninl held its orning to roced.ure for the big convention. The rans a upon bv the commit tee will at the MUCUS ot members and at tvso afternoon v. Tbe national Wberal committee cased to eiU-after the n-rjttrac to- n and its sub committees named to rail resolutions on all nfetlers- to be ealt with b) the convention are also isaofveil The re olution irill be re erred to the committees_jt tho con bo nominated to An exception be the re olution dealitfg iuth the death of Sir which be the flr t order ot of the conven lion election of its .Joint chairman The expectation is Inal the election of Hon George Y. llurw and Sir Lomer Goum ai Joint' chair men of the convention will be unan imou V i s This morning there var a caucn o Quebec tlie atli tude they -rould aftppt in regard to the leader hip and other matters be forfl the general caucus thi, afternoon Hu 'dreds of additional ar rived on todas s tram and the billet Ins committee has Tieen Kept busv A delegates arrive- they are advi ed t proceed to Hall and resi tc Tiilh Ihe general cornmitlee Th must be done b> all delegate befor they can -ccnre their credentials ot a i Vthile no definite announcement ra bceb. made'as'lo when tlie vote fo leaner wl 1 b" taken the possibihlic are Ihat it be before y because a numbe- of tin del Ojtea cu route-to Ottawa can not arrna before the morning o( that daj V. q( t-asl.-SIoiin- tain has mrfrl Ihe coramltlee for credenlials elcclcJ as a Utierft! Unionist, 1KDRID Aug 4 tuenl wa made todav that Spam.h troopo nil! i means to larrr out cffectnelv tlieir ml under Ihe cot dilions. x During debate in parliament at Mi Ind on Tlnrr'di} 'tated tlmt .the sitiiation in the Moroccan- Spanish zone whore Ihe Bandit Hais nil recently atlaclied sovernme-jiJ Iroops growing serious. XiLU.O LONDON. Importaul played by Ihe British .4a services during the s'rcat war was ipuiuieuiur- today by a naval jiageanl on Ihe Thames. Ihe day inavkinf Ihejntth an- nlve'rnry of the' historic niubiliiltiou of the Brilifli- fleet. Plans fur1 the event. Kbild siving rei-opiiliw to the illied and associated stress-on .thy fact" that; ibis -was a purely' British occasion and the Union Juck and the banners b! St. GeorfC. Si: Pairick. aha .St.. David pteJo.minatciJ in.tbe decorations, nlons the riverside. Toiler Ilridge was the poiu'. seject- ed for the stsvt of the fivo mile pro- cession- On account of the fact that the space beneath Bridge is somewhat limlled. it impossible to include; the. large vessels In-the pasean.1. bdt' procession lost, nolb- inc ot this, .-oars the Thames Hie King's high- N and whoifpeople of London usedL boats Just'-asjlveir'.deacendaiits. oM. oaay use jecal.ed he appearance oi Kins George's royal arge This .craft vas built more than 01) years aso for Queen Mary-and King William-and was richly orna mcn'ed with crimson Eml golu. In planning the celebration, erfor.i were made to symbolize Ihe develop meal of 'Great -Britain's, naval ppwj typify the connection between tn lavy'andUhe'iiercantile marine. The procession; .which fas matsha cd at tho lowei bridge 4 p.m. sprea out rive-miles and when tlie lino reached Chelsea, and turne with the tfdc. the uij of the price vras 'the- startm nomL 'As it alon' the Thame the huge bank croivcl whic tho cmbanlitncnl-. o the "bridge and perched upon railing and roofs ot house, ana m trees o Doth 'ides of the rncr gne the cant a tumulious greeting The progress ot kins George I harfcO was marled b) rartlcul Tltention His journev up nas greeted with roars of nolb iutoiiatmg in esplo ion of ipplauso is the bar .hot Into the Cadoga i pier in Ohe! oppo lie Hatter eiTarK xihlVe ihe King disembarked md "i o% tht niimirjlt} rail .bic After King landed >e tooll rlhe flutes of the pacing boats JfJnW under i rordl Inn ncr prepared'lO tho League o i ncr "t Tho brnlge luebankmetits and houses along tho with colors the wharves. v.e.e nands along tht bore made as the proce passed, mterspersiiiE he nat.onal a, such ,var time favorites as Tipperary vhilo choir su'tioned her. and U ins chant r x Tlio procc, ion wat) a bnllivit. as a whole being comiieRtod upon Rolls TDfiNSON'S is pure prepared corn slarch, delicate and nourishing, unexcelled for all co cjking purposes. It improves ihe texiurc o( bread, I rolls il one-lhird ot the 'flour isrsubslituted with Benson s Corn Starch. It makes.pie crusts light and flakey.- s a recipe for tlie most deli- us Blanc Mange on the package, together with a rjozen olher uses. Benson's best Corn Stirch for saflces and irayies smooth and T. BENSOB.t C03 CANADA. eni nitJium liitd fit) il cup UViipo onluli B enUa'.Coni St c p. flout I l-npoonl 1 b.Vfrf 1 I" 'I T I- Hcup-htJ 1 as a nuuiu ------tT i, i_, 1 v many witnesses of thK anU btKer ___fl I rlt.lll- I' K I" .__. -...TincaiTlI I' Ken yon ploneqr Spptanc attorrej and mine operator is lieiil his and M- and Mrs CaV'teu of Spo kane arc snfferme from inmnca and hocl> a tne result of a Buick car men "Vir raraten beng train No 2j5 on the b t N tie mile south of Springdale at 10.31 esterdny morning..- SPEED R5CORD FOR ALTITlfbE O 4ug aviator today i new -norlds record for high al lludes it is claimed vftien he flew at a rate of an hpbr at a icight ot 18400 feet He cd a two Com from tor m MedicnM xperience SAYS C T U INTEND i I START CAMPAIGN .A6AIN6T ELIMINATIOK fa i xu? a Uoi monlhs" infiuir> Ih s cltj thkago l-rancisto .inil slse vlnrc Io determine whether there way a concerted tampalgn to bar toe use of lobacco non that lliuor has gone. b> the boards tlie association ed to national iis.iieil a statement hero today charging thrijlrall Tentberance Lnioij waq liavt anil nicotine cna S 'J Durable Stockings You can get long-wearing dtirable stockings for your boy We knit good looks into Buster Brown Stockings as well as long life. find your boy likes itbeincomfortable feel and neat appearance. J i We use extra-iohg yarn, spun 111 our own factory We kuit the a-two-ply leg and Uiree-ply heel and toe. Only employees with knit Buster Brown Stock- -Special tramingf is Buster Brown quality and durability into hosiery. i Buster Brown Stockings arc maderTpccjally for boys Who arc extra "hard" on stofckmgs: You'll find they arf longer You'll find they save A great deal of time _ formerly, spent in mending. You'll find it costs less to 'clbtlie your bpy, v Sold' everywhere your dealer foi1 Buster Browrtdurable The Chlprrlait-Holton Knitting Co Limited Hamilton, also h frclland BUS fr R S S ftisrfR s STOCKING Injforlh. (I'll II -nl.fldM lookloj ilocklrtil ntnafintt (itlrt A Tin. Fink, >nd t ;