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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE .TWELVE THK LKTHtmilHiK DAU.V SATURDAY, JUNK 12, 1920 E! Railway and Gas Workers lie- coming Active for More Money. LONDON. May w conditions still are unsettled in Hagland. not w much because ol sutistaction will) wages, hours or working conditions as to jealousy be- tween rival trade unions and partic- ularly between skilled ana unskilled labor, says the American Chamber ot Commerce here. A crop ol new wage demands from other unions is declared to have re- suite! Irom the settlement of the de- mands of tae loagsboremen by firant- iur, them a imiiimurr wago of 16 shill- ings a day. The railway men .ire an advance ot a week in disregard ot an agreement they tad made witli the gorcrnmeui only five days earlier which provided for an automatic ad- justment of wages according to cost- of living. The engineers and firemen also have presented demands tor large increases. The cotton operators who bad threat- ened to strike on May 1 to enforce de. roauiis for a 60 per cent, wage increase hate now accepted government arbit- ration. Tbe employers xsffercd them an advance of per cent., .which was rejected. Gas workers have demanded wage Increases, more holidays and overtime nay. These would affect 100.000 men. The miners have voted to accept the government's offer of a flat increase of. ?0 per cent, in wages. This advance is expected to cost n year. Owing to this, the price of indust- rial coal lias lieeu advanced to two and one-half shillings a ton and of household coal 12ii shillings a ton. The price -of a loaf of hrcad has advanced from S pence, one pen- ny to one shilling, owing to the decis- ion ot the government to reduce its. subsidy on bread. BOLSHEVIKI ARMORED TRAIN IS CAPTURED WARSAW, Junt Bolshevik! armored train, officer- ed and manned by Germans, with German machine guns, has been captured by the Poles near the Kiev bridgehead. MUlHtK! "California Syrup of Child's Best Laxative Accept "Ciillfornia" Syrup of Figs for the name California on the then you are sure you f.-nild is having the best and mos jiiiysic for the littlo stomach liver and bowels. Children love ;ts fruity taste, Pvtll directions on each You must say LIFT CFF CORNS WITH FINGERS THE KING'S HORSE BEATEN IN THE CITY AND SUBURBAN ms ol those provisions relating to labor." I ProfitArlng Unchecked The statement, whU-h was present- ed to the cou vent Ion .ty President 0oniport, goes into great detail, point- ing out labor's grievances against the llepubltcaa platform and vigorously assails the llepubllcaus for neglecting an'anti-proIUeeViug legislation rei-om- "Tho Republican platform prariical- tgnorr-s tho profiteering alate- inent adds, "and. while yecogniilu't; the present currency IuflaUoii. offers no remedy for that condition, Spec I- fie proposals KubmKU-U by labor for relief from, the high cost oMtviug and profiteering are given DO In iUe You cannot begin to measure its goodness alongside of others, the quality being INCOMPARABLE. Contrary lo popular hopes, Viceroy-failed to carry tlie Kind's colors to success in tlie City and Suburban handi- ap at Epsom. "The knowjedge' that his Majesty would tie present watch the. running of the colt attracted an norrrous assemblage, of rat-ing enthusiasts to what is always a favorite comest with the> metropolitan sportsmen. Vioto shows Iiis Majesty on the course. The Mexican Situation Tho Mexican plank ol.the platform, the labor leaders charge, ''clearly alois to undermine- the sovereignty of the Mexican people and to make the main- leuanco of order In Mexico the busi- es of thfl epvernmrnl of thft ITnUr-tl iates. "It proposes the fulfillment ot what lave long ueeu the hopes and alms of Ihose whoso sole objection, is the ex- ploitation ot the people and boundless resources ot Mexico." Railway Plank Condwaned Tho Republican endorsement of the transportalioa act of 1920'is declared to bo a "complete denial and repudia- tion of the demands sHbmltled by labor and is an emphatic endorsement of Iho labor provisions of the Esch- Cummlns railroad The section ot referring to "peaceful Black, Green V or Mixed... J Sealed Packets Only. various sections ol tho Hepublic.iu ing. ThlK motion was with drawn duiv plauks were hissed by the delegates ing the confusion of several delegates proceeding to Arras where he served j Tour niQntlis on and was: later transferred with, hjs'divisiou to! PalonTca. I let timing from leave in llie Old Country to rejoin his division. which had been sent on to Egypt to take part in the Palestine expedition. Lieuicoant Whiddington met with nil the harrowtnjj experiences of having the troopship which ho vas on Jieing i torpedoed an enemy submarine in j the Gulf of tienoa. Over-three hundred (were drowned and he after being in tho water lor over half an hour, was rescued by a Japanese des- W. A. Whlddinglon, Former! trover and landed on the .Italian f i -j i TT i I coast. Here he met with great Local Resident, Had Harrow- pitamy froui an aaiian family, who ing War Experiences. took il1 ailti nursed him back to __ m health. The effects of the experience in ihe water tojd considerably on Mr. Alter an absence ot eight years, Mr, I Whiddmgtoii's health, and it was cqn- IV. A. who was fcnnerlv leered advisable to send him back to Kngland where he remained in ihe a jwrmwshli. with brother, II. M-jiospnli M ostonlTor some time. m the architect profession, is paying' experiences he went through, visit to tho city, arriving hers Fri- icsether ivith" those tn the trenches, day morning with his wife and .child, Mr.- Whiddtngton is giving .up his pro- lossion, which he has been carrying have told on Mr. Wbhldlngton's health, hence he is moving from the prairies to" 1 Another- brother, now in on at Swift Current, and. going on [south Africa; was, the last man to to locate in the Otmiagan lo tate up irare when it was evacuated. fruit farming. W. A. Whiiidington enlisted in the war and going overseas Jolned'tbe -3rd.London Battalion as.Lieutenant, one for smocks. The fingertip' length is JJie favored THE.FRENCH LADIES'FOOTBALL TEAM WHICH RECENTLY MADE AN ENGLISH TOUR ALDA AND "GATfl'rOF THE Urop h little Freezone. on an aching rorn, that corn stops hurt- itip. then you llti It right out. Yes, magic! A tiny bottle of Frcszone costs but a few (-tnis at any drug store, hut is sufficient to nnnove every hard com soft lorn, nr corn between the toe.i, and the cniluP5.s, without soreness or irritation. Freefone is the sensational discov- ery of a Oinclnnritl genius. It la won- .j v AMEND' IRRIGATION ACT OTTAWA. Juno the house Thursday afternoon, Hon. Melgheu secured first reading .of' the bill to amend the Irrigation Act, the object betas to expropriate water rights where necessary v and lo place springs under the same ruling 'as other waUr required for irrigation pur- poses. f> (Continued From Kront Page.) aud certain shrewdness, in selection of language, there is never any oppor- tunity for doubt as to the true luean- loj. was a Bain for Harding. The offi- cial ''Wood Low- j den Harding. 133V4; Johnson S7; i Sproule Coolidge Poimlext-1 :i: ilsclf against'unw'arrantable issu- ei- IS; La FolleUo 21; Hoover 5; Dnl-i "ce.of writs ot Injunction" and "thejler i; Kellogg I; .porous enforcement .of the Seamen's" ,ct and the most liberal interpretation, of its _ Report Unanimously Adopted will he noted that the said the statement, "Is silc-nt on tho essential right of wage earners to or-! gauize into trade unions and to select; their own representatives and Ignores; Ihe fart that only through collective' Lenroot 1. -Missouri lias been clamoring for'an change Ihe vole of the delegation so aa to cast all 36 for Hard- CGZEMA bargaining and through such organic lion of tho wage workers can nidus- You Are not ing when you use I Jr. _ Choc's cinl- ment toe Kczeina Bod 8kTn Tirila- trial justice be attained." Amid tremendous cheers anil ap- plause the rtolegat.es unanimously a'lopled the report on the Kenublicau! c'.i (liniment (rco it you mention this box: nil dealers or Kitruauson, Bates Cu., r.lmltcJ.Toronto, 75i RESIDENCE Quality Service Station Tractors, Trucks and Cars Oyer- Courvlry a Sptclalty.- "If It Don't Go Let UB Know." Rebuilt Tractors, Etc, for Sale. Knauss Flanagan 523.Fourth Strett South (Opposite Lethbridge Laundry) PHOrHE.751. RES. PHONES 187 aml distributed to labor. During tbe reading of the report life I LADIES' HAIR DRESSING-MASSAGE PARLORS I HULL BLOCK 7TH FLOOR PHONE 1710 I I Shampooing, Switches Made t to Order, Hair DreMlng, Manicuring, Medical Facial Massage. Established Over Seven Years. J THE HANDSOME STONES On vieiv here are not so ex- pensive as you may imagine. We prepare Ilitm when no im- mediate vbolr- hyslcm will ho pois- oned anil iuany different complications of diseases no well keep ymrr bowels regular. Mr. A. ll'iilpr. Jlasllngs SL, Vl. Van- couvfcr, dcsiro to jny for what Milburn'n Luxa-l.ivrr I'illR have done fnr me. I had .sniffirinff from constipation for two and also had a bar! cough and all'sortj o( curfji and ri-mciilcE, but go no re lief until I advised lo try yon: pills. I f'rrnt relief aficr tlie (ir.sl few Get .Milbiirn's Lnja-Uvcr 1'ills .ihep you ask for th'jm or send 25c and llie.y will sent by return .of mall by Tin T. Milburn Co.. Limited, Toronto, Onl. Macaroni in the Pdtatoe Dish i Potatoes cost too much so why not substitute llini economical easily prepared food MACARONI Wilh Macaroni you have no-illragrcnabie clean'ng, peeling. sciiipinK and Mil: KXI'ENHlVL1 WAHTK. all dcllc- lous lo (he last ounce and tan ln> prepared in ovor 30C different dlrlir.s.' .Macaroni lit its 9rigitial pm-kago will n'oi apuli. Ask your grocer foi Macaroni in packages. A Food for the HurQry nidi or Poor, ;