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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY IIERAIB FHinAY. JULY -1, 1915 DS OR Canadianization Increases Earning We'cannot'hopc to succeed well in tHe'coming contest for home and foreign; trade witH' a third or more of our industrial workers unable to speak with us. We sHould encourage in them a loyal spirit in the land of- their adoption, it ban be seen readily why the anti-government agitator can re- cruit a following! The immigrant is given opportunity, freedom, equal laws and cKarity, and he accepts these boons for granted without any thought of gratitude or appreciation. He shouldrbe told that they'are of free institutions, he should cherish and guard, but instead, is prevented 7in many in- stancer, by agitators frornfabsorbing the spirit of Canadianism which made these things'.possible. _ _. Many thousands of males of voting age are not naturalized. Responsi- bility for the failure of these'alien residents lo become true citizens, to learn respect for our laws and loyalty lo ourinstitutions, is-not wholly their fault, but largely ours. Canadianizatipn, with the, assistance of labor organiza- can best be accomplished through -industry.. Alien education remove the main cause of misunderstanding be- tween employer and wage earner. With the knowledge ofiEnglish the alien wifl develop increased intelligence, efficiency and tetter earning capacity. f lL 4. 'i Capital and labor must become partners and work >ide for their common good. Capital is dependent !or its profits pn-the efficiency of labor. Disagreements should be settled promptly and Gripvances can be "discussed and removed from the. field, of: contention without interrup- tion to business. 'Conflict and disunion at home will mean a serious handicap in our competition for world trade. V CANADIAN PRODUaS MUST COMPETE WITH THE PRODUCTS OF THE WORLD One o! a Bcrlea'o! arUcles published HID Canadi. first ruljllclly Association ;