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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN' LETHBftlftGB" DA'ILT IIKRALD TUESDAY, JUXR 17. 10 DEFER AC IN ON 01U. PLAN Herald Prints First Copy Yet Published of fonslilution of New Union Tbere was a meet- ing of ucion men at iho srH'tial ses- called on Momlay evening for (er action till the second regular, meeting fn July. The following Is the constitution and lavrs o! the Oua Bii I'nion. as J drawn up at the convention iu Cat- 1 s.iry last week: j CONSTITUTION AND LAWS OF I THE ONE BIG UNION j Preamble favor and against the O.B.V.'. One o! ihB delegates .was of the opin- ion thai there had not been enough the purpose of lu'arms riTC'tt of i .Modorn Industrial is divided t Delegate John Marsh, ivho attended I bto classes, those whu possess the convention td One Big jo not produce. ami those who kt Celpary last week. produce and do not possess. Alona- hearing the 'report rant j ibis mcln division all other classi- ter was tally discussed by tlmse in fade iuto Insignificance. lie tween there two classes a continual strugfle tales place. Aj with buyers and sellers of ary commodity, there publicity givtm to movement. and exists a simple on tho 'one II- was decldad to insert the preamble j he-no of the' -buyer to buy.- as, consatulion in the press, and cheaply as- and oa-'the] Blether, of the seller- to sell for as much' ascpoastble: -so-. with the" buy- ers and. sellers. of labor power. ID .he strusste-over _the purchase ami E2'.e power .the buyers are always the sellers always workers. Front thle fact arises tho inevitable struggle. As iudustry develops and ownership becomes concentrated more anil more into tevfer hands; as the control of the economic forces of society become more and more the sole property of imperialistic fina'nce, it- becomes 'at> narent that the workers, in order to sell their- -labor power with any .de- gree of success, must extend their forms of organization in accordance with changing Industrial methods. Compelled to organito for sell-de- Help Yoar Digestion When acid-diRirtsMd, indigestion with SU-HC1D5 Diwolrt-easilj on pleasant to take as randy. Keep youratomich sweet, trr rU-aralds rtAOE BY SCOTT BOWNE HAKEBS OF SCOTTS EMULSION BITRO PHOSPHATE 17 drcf jis'j afiQdidc ui ooarr tirt- ibc FOR L NERVOUS.ANAEMIC CaussdDisfigurement. Itchyand Burning. Had Restless Niglits. "MyfsceclM Ota In little fta- thai v.tre sort, I (hem ccasttntry. End then they turned Into Kflet, causing rcuci disftgure- cent. tbit i itritucd It by scratch- ,-leg. The burning fierce, and I bad many rwt- kss nights. "This trcuble lasted aboot ft year before I used Cffilcura SMD i Oictcaezt, end aftei csirjg three ca ot Soap and two boxes of Ointment 1 was heiled." (Signed) W. St. Biiilc, Que-, Nov. IS. Kite Cnticvai "Oratm-nt and Talcum jrour dlily loiltt prey- arfttioca. Liverpool i ..Glasgow London .SAILINGS TTom Kew June 21.. Vestris U Liverpool June 21. June '-I .Bbyal Gearge.. Liverpool 23...VQuilaniaj. Southampton June Liverpool July SCaroilia ...J..- From Jnly .S.-Satu.-jila From N'ew July T.iSaxoniB July Southampton July 12..Carmania Liverpool July i2.VMassllia From July Glasgow From Netv York-- July Liverpool July 2S.-Aqnitanla.." Southampton 'Aug. 5..Marretania Southampton From Aug. Glasgow Aug. Glasgow From yev Attg1. 23..Arrr.'ltania.. -Southampton Purchase pvepaid' tickets now vfor Relatives (ind Friends -to .en Sure prompt sailing.- "f For all Information apply to an of our agents, of {ice, 'i SCOTT BLOCK, MAIN ST. WINN1PIK1 j LEMON JUICE, j FOR FRECKLES t Giils! Make beauty lotion for j a few j Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot orchard TvMte, shake well, and you have a-quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complet- ion beautilier, at very, very Fiuall cost. Your grocer has Iho Unions anil any' drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces'of orchard white 'or a'few cents. Massage this sweet- ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, anus and hands each day [low freckles and blemishes disappear arid how dear, soft and the skin becomes. Yes! It is harm- less and never irritates. are-funher compelled to educate themselves in preparation for the social change which (.ct'jomlc de- velopments will produce, whether we seel; it or nol. The One Big I'nion, therefore, seeks to organize the not ac- cording to craft, but according to in- dustry; according to class 'and class needs. therefore, call upon all workers to organize, Irrespective of nationality, sex or craft. Into a work- ers' org-.tnizatioii. so that we may bs enabled to more successfully carry on the every-day light over wages, honrs of work. etc.. and prepare' our- selves for the production for profit shall be replaced by produc- tion for use. Workers of the World Unite Name: The name of the organiza- tion shall be The One Big Union. .Membership: Membership in the O.B.TJ. be open to all -wage- Executive board: A general execu- tive board shall be elected, consist- ing of a chairman, secretary-.and rep- resentatives of the various Industries (Number to be set by the next con- The general executive ooard sliall be e'lected for a period of six months by and Jrom the duly accredited dele- gates nitcnillng conventions. The executive board shall remain in office until their successors are elected. The wages ot the officers or the general executive board shall be 540.00 per Expenses oE organizers away from home sh'all be per day. It shall of the chalr: LONDON'. Jtscs coBMqueoca of riots at Liverpool. Cardiff elsewhere, In which colored men hive participated, the Brhlth toreruruut bis decided to repatriate at (he earlleit pomlble mo- ment all aliens who cituc to England durlnr the war. according to the Daily Mail The bulk ol thete are the others Includlnc Swedes, Dines and Xefiott who are In England are British subjects and can not be deported against their will, but attempt will be nude to induce them to go br offering free passage and noney. ind locality for the succeeding con- vention. Tha general executive board eaall call R specUl-'conventlon within 30 days upon receipt ot a demand from three or more district boards or labor councils comprising- a membership ot not less than 16.009.- TUe reason for such convention oe slated in tha demand and Incorporated in convention call. Recall: A member holding office on tbe general executive board must it all times maintain his credentials both from his on'U local unit to the central council or dlilrict board, and hlE council or .district Stropping re-aligns the sajv -like edge and brings "the blade back to Ms- original Stropping shaving clean- ing done without rtsKrving blade from raror. Razor strop 12 blades mm ;fl :sei man" to preside'.a't all meetings ot the.' general executive board. He Vhall have and be respons- ible" for. tbe general administration oE the It shall be the duty: of [he general secretary to keep a" true account oi all monies received'and all monies paid.- -'out. he1 "shall1 deposit all monies or cheques' "received- "oy him in such bank o'r-'.banks as inay be -named by the executive board; he shall be at all times' in a position lo render to the executive board .an account ot the financial condition of the organization; hgrahall keep the minutes of all meetings of the general executive board in .V'booS provided tor that purpose; pay all bills satisfied oE their correctness; and shall sign all he shall lie. bonded in a responsible) surety company for the sum of five thousand and the bond approved of and paid for by Iho gen- eral executive board. The members of the general execu- tive board shall act as general organ- izers; they shall at' all times be In active touch and conversant with the industry wSich they represent, and shall :be at all times under the gen- eral direction of the chairman., Initiation Fee: The maximum In- itiation fee to bo charged by local units for new members shall be ono board to the convention. Any local unit withdraiviis the' ot an executive hoard member from the' !o.-al central'council or district.board shall provide a statament ot reason for so doing, and the central council or district board shall immediately inata a HIV investigation. Should tlie recall, as' Instituted by bs trammed, the central council or dis- trict board shall then revoke creden- tial as belt! by executive mem bor. and request executive board to immediately fill the vacancy. Am officer ot the O.B.U. stay be recallet by a majority vote oi the district board or central labor council which sent said officer to ttw convention. The jencral exeeutlTe board sbill fill vacancies occurring on said board Liy choosing a representative from thu situe industrial division. Meetings to determine the recall of any officer, whether of local unit, central 'district board, or general executive board, roust be spe- cially summonsed, eU members being notiiied. Local units, whose delegates on cen- tral council or district board have been elected to membership on the general executive .'board, shall fill va- rancy on central council of district board by electing an alternate dele-. Per Capita: Per capita taxMo the general executive fcoard of the O.B.U: shall be ten cents per month, which shall be paid through tb'e central labor councils and district boards same exist. t f Any organization" not TriUiin, the jurisdiction of a central labor council or district board inay bo affiliated with and pay per capita direct to the consider a dispute of sufficient Im- portance, they shall refer same In writing to the central labor councils and district boards. Should a major- ity of the central labor councils and diilrtct boards vole in favor, the gen- eral executive board shall bo empow- ered to call a strike ot all affiliated bodies. Nethtng in the previous clium iiill prevent my central labor coua- al or district board from calllr.l a. itrike Iu own district or iudm- if, provided, however, that any coun- cil or bourd i strike without the consent of the general executive joard does so on its own responsi- bility. WJuuerer a in any district or industry tales place, no member of the One Big Union shall hjndlo di- rectly or indirectly any products-of the industry on strike. otnpany'i; store, coming hare from le Hudson's Hay Co., Calsavy. Mrs.. Kay (Senior) aud .Miss Dal- left Itere Tuesday last en route Vancouver. -Mlsa Mackintosh oined them at Calgary. Mr. Rick, our station agent, left In ompany with his wife to visit the tier's parents at RIckinotuI, Que. Mr. Lick will return in about two weeks, .ut Mrs. will rc-luru aomewliai Date Fixed For Combine School Oul- (Froni our Own correspondent) XOBLEFOKD, June sal ol work for-which the J-adios' Aid o the United church bavo been work lug so lony and so energetically i to be held on Thursday afternoon a 8 'o'clock-In tha K. of P.. hall. Th various stalls will include the Indies Aid booth, In charge of Miss Farris- Mrs. Swaties; bran tub. in charge ol Mrs. McDowell a ad Mrs. Bozartli, and sir tables for afternoon tea and ico cream. Everybody. is urged to later. I .Mr. D. O. Oraustouu U-PHOK enjw 1 OS jaunt j in lit a whH a W. Georsv) Is dotef In a lino Mltrholl. Jlr. T. iUrift, who pat through these two deals. Ing long ahort mobile Kisht. quebeo Botrd o( Is to further ii.itloiiBlktUi.jn 81 dollar. Cards: Union shop cards Pyorrhoea Eats Through Bone and Tissue The pus developed by pyorrhoea is a most vimlent poison. It will eat through and tissue. H destroys the hony socket in which Ihe teelh are set. H destroys the gam tissue the looth drops out. Pyorrhoea may bt pre- vented but to cure it requires special treatment .and special Inslrumeols. Our egulpmeiji: in thin respect .is i the sMM fs demonstrated in the many cases of pyorrhoea whEcli we hare successfully treated. Dentistry As We Practise It U a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, McLaren Nelson High Grade American Dentistry' PHONE 363 Bik., 4 from LethbrirJge" Hotel, LETHBRIDOE, ALOERTA CAIQARY ;EIOHTH AVENUE t. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. shall be issued to those local units de siring same for display in such places of employment where all the em- ployees are members of the O.B.V. Certificates shall be Issued to the central labor council and district boards and isolated jinils; said certificates shall designate the jurisdiction of the organization to which they are Issued. Conventions This organization shall in con- venlioh every six months. Convention calls to be issued by the general executive board. The conventions shall consist of delegates from central labor councils and district boards on the following basis of representation: One delegate- for 2000 members or less, and one additional delegate- for each additional 2000 member's or major traction thereof. All conventions of thn shall pool transportation ol Ihfc delegates. Transportation to mean railway or steamship fare only. JCach convention shall fix the date general executive boerd. Supplles: All supplies to be deliv- ered'to central labor councils ar.d dis- trict boards-where same exist; said councils and boartia reaponat Ible to 'the general executive board for payment. supplies to bo furnished the membership -at cost. General executive to Issue a spe- cial membership card lor members sick, unemployed or oil strike. Local nniona lo be empowered according to their own needs and circumstances lo release members from payment of dues during sickness, strikes or un- employment. Official Memberihlo Receipt Each organization aftiliated with the O.U.U. must use the official mem bership" receipt unless exempted by the general executive board. Tbe general executive board shall is. sue official membership receipt books in triplicate to the central labor coun ells and district boards'wfio shall dis i tribute lo their affiliated organiza- tions: the original 'receipt shall bo placed In the member's folder; and all the duplicate receipts shsl! be ssnt to the secretary of .the central .labor ___10 In on thui occasion and .assist the Udles -with-their support, at the same tima obtsihing much enjoyment. In the owning Uwre will he an enter- tainment-consisting of various musi- cal numbers a-sketch in which Mrs Hay, Mrs. Bozarth, Mrs. ilcDow- 11 and'Mlas Adams ara the- charac- ers. Donations for tho will bo jratrfully received by the ladles. Spe- lal attention is directed to the day, Thursday, as the affair was formerly arranged for Friday, I The" community picnic has been de- Inllely decided upon and the' date fixed for June asked to keep clear from other en- gagements. This picnic, which -trill combine the public school and Sun- day school outings' usually held dur- ing the summer months, has been taken over by Ihe Tillage council and broadened Into one whole com- munity. All friends who will be will- Ing to assist with their automobiles on Ibis occasion are asked to notily either the reeve, Mf. Xoble, or the secretary-treasurer, .Mr. Cranstoun. We are glad to welcome to our midst Miss Stevenson, who has Joined the staff ol the Xoblc Foundation council or district board together with a monlhly remittance of per capita, tax; the duplicate receipts shall re When you have that "big lump'in the stomach" feeling or belching, ga or bad. breath from an upset stomach just take a little ordinary seratho! -wait one minute by the1 .watch am you'll probably aay what others have said: "Seralhol works like magic." At any rate it is perfectly harmless. tax; tne aupucaie any rate it is pErieunj- main In the possession of the local or-.' piea3ant to lako and ca nbe obtained ga'nlzatiOlL. .'at trifling cost from J. D. Higinhoth- Ttie'tollowing is recommended as a m g. Co and nil first basis tor representation of aliillat- j Cia33 Advertisement, cd organizations to the central labor councils. One delegate for tho first Best Light Food For Summer Best of conflates liflf members, or less, and one add! tlonal' delegate for each succeeding one hundred members or.major trao; lions thereol. No delegate shall be seated In a central labor council who is not a hona fide -wage-earner and a paid-up member oE Ihe O.B.U. In small towns and in Isolated places where few workers arc employ- ed, they shall organize Into one unit including all branches. Membi these branches shall bo controlled by central organization of ths industry !o which they belong. All funds maintained by local units shall be the property of tho members composing said local-unite. Disputes and Strikes Whenever any dispute cxlsls wliloh the local unit affected cannot seltlr through Its grievance committee, th dispute shall be referred In writing to their central labor council or dis trlct board. A central labor council or to whom a dispute has been re ferrctf shall through, their grievance committee endeavor lo effect a settle ment: failing a settlement, the cen Iral labor council or district hoari K they consider Ihe disputo Is ol sin ftclsnt .Importance -to the workers the sSme in writing to In board. H any central laSor .council or dls UFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt a bit and costs only a few cents blood firm tissue, strong steady eyes and clear Keep your blood pvrcznrj full of healthy, red corpuscles, and your Kvcr active, bjr using Bcechiin's Pills, which remove from the system, assist the stomach to iu food, and the food to nourish the body. A world- famous remedy to Make Pure Blood Wcrtk Cmlmca a Box A TRUST COMPANY the average' indliidtial llttlo koows tho rianj- per. formed, or Trast Companies, nnd how great it their intlucnco fo? gooa in tha communllj-. Besldaa handling estates, they inanago property, collect rents, attend to payment or Taies anil Insurance These animarty other Talusble son-lees llts trust coinjiaUs render, which- enter into CTcry day Ilia of individuals. Hence tha Trust Company conies more and mora to fill that place in the community to vrhlch they aro entitled by Tirtue ot varied forui ot Usefulness. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXICOTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC, HEAD 8TREET 8. LETHBRIDBE. ALBERTA PHONE IMS Fir e s B r eia k Out and thieves break in. Don't risk first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house.1' Put it in The Merchants'" Bank; where it will be safe from always and earn interest at highest current rates.) MCRCHANTS BANK Hend OfTico: Montreal. OF CANADA I FTHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD and BARONS BRANCHES, Established 1834. R. J. DINNtNG, Minager. V. A. EBERLY, Manager. BENEFICIAL ECONOMY" All Canadians should remember.Hint the econ- omies necessitated by the war helped pave the to Victory. .Practise economy aud pave toe way to fnUire prosperity: A Savings Account is both a moral and a material astet....... THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRJDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, MIMJW J. U.S. GORDON, Manila J. V. STEEL, M.rifH Magic! Just drop a little Freczone on that touchy corn, Instantly It stops acfilng, then you lift the cont ol( with Ihe lingers. Truly.! No I'limlug! Try Krcezone! Your druggist sells a liny lioltlo for few..cents, suffic- ient (o rid your feet ol every hard trlct board refusesUp refer such _.-.............. pule lo Ihe genera! executive board, corn, soft corn, or corn between me the bear unit aflectctl ahalWavo the toes, and calluscri, without one par- right to refer tile dispute lo the gen- tide of pain, soreness or irritation {ral executive, board. Kreozone la tho discovery of a noted Should (he general ciecnUyt Cincinnati genius, The Royal Bank of Canada Incorporated 1869 Head Office Mentrwl Capital nettM FunA A Total President, Sir llcrlicrt R. Holt. VIci-Pre'sltlMit awl Managing .Director, B. Peasf. Oencral Manager, C. B. Nollli Sunorvlsor of Central Wttlcrn Branches, llohert CiVipuell. Money Iratijfo'rfcil by lelograpli or mall anil Drafls issued on all ttic world In ;my Ciitrtncy. Collecllonn made In all parfa of Canauviiie West etc., at favoratlc rates. SOUTHERN'ALBERTA BRANCHES I.odilirWgo W- A. I'arXer, Jlanascr Magrath 3. K. AlkliiAOn, Manager Uarrlston W. McKaj-, JUnagcr Tabor 0. i'ickson, Managoi' ;