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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -.THURSDAY, JUNE 2i, 1920 THE LETlffiRlDGE DAILTf HERALD: PAGE TiimtEEN labor Men Meet A. F. of L erf is" Going'To.; Tell cratf What: Libor CALGA.RY, June. way. to attend tlie Democratic convention iu San Francisco. Samuel Goiupers, the 10-year-old veteran president of the American Federation jof Labor, passed through Canary at 1C o'clock .Wed- nesday morning. Mr. Goinptrs stated frankly that his Intention was to lay before the Deroocratlc convention the .labor demands which he considers that the Ken'ubltcan rejected when they noraiaated Senator Hard- ing, of Ohio, for president. suppose you're goteg to give Ihe tha former'So President Oonipcrt. has stuck-to his gun through thick sas t fclif: have got'tne'O.B.U. licked; Jiertfiaow- -You -.'an. woriV'Jiuts'al.ter tlielr name." corls. Ueca'jse ot the great mini- T of men unable to get in. myn as; reported trying'lo got Into Ilia allery with an Indian-squaw selling occasiris as hi! .credentials', but was jcluded oa the ground that she was The two chief noininaline speeches ere- made in than 30 words, brabam Uncoln was'placed iu-uoni- .ation in words. Tho making o! the presidential aoni- nallon was to the city by le'tiriiJB ot a canuon placed an the ic rsof of the convealion nail. That night cannon and rockets were red, bonfires .lighted; and multitndin- u!'rmed. irrying any.lhlng that would sm veu to rakes and'fishing poles. The, foregoing data was obtained, rom the library of the Chicago HIs- orical Society, which lias various elics of the convention and the cam- algu that followed.- .ts-thstamn chauco to reject Missionaries and. Teachers Arc the labor proposals (hat the Repub- licans" a reporter-asked.. Mr. Gompers took this seriously. If. they want to (hat's their he said. The Democrats arc asking, for the suffrages of True Friends of the Indians, OTTAWA. June amend people of the United Stales and the j moots' to the bill respecting labor.people, representing'.'.b large were given, second readin; proportion ot the [-without discussion In the House o have the right to Democratic.i Commons convention tor the.siiifroVt'ot'tlifj ccm-J 5 TMIrd reading', was given to bill amending the Royal Qaiiadian Moun labor has program 51 r. Gonjpers is travelling on the trans-Canada train-of the C.P.U-.eoni; Ing direct from the American Bed-' oration ot Labor convention at Mont- fool whecc he was agaiii.elected pres- ided of the organization. The train only 'stopped 15 minutts in Calgary but during that brief period the vet- eran.labor leader was greeted by a number of. local 'labor among them llobert Livett, member of She Hoard; of "the Vrilttd Ul.ine Workers of America. jvant you" especially to meet Mr. sold Win. Green, International cd -Fplico Act and tho militia act. 1 that these amendment wcro introduced to iooform -with rr commendations by the commi fee on pensions.--'' 'The amendment 1 tho Militia' Pension- Act- provided' fo the repeal of. a section which'state that no widow or child sh'o'uld receiv at one ami (lie same ttmeY a, penslo under., that act, and one under an other law o! Canada, or the Unite Kingdom. The amendment to il mounted .police, act provided for repeal of a section of this'act whlc slates that mounted policemen, wh are" entitled to pensions resulting fro .Thrujts" remaittc'd iintil'ypath btoome The ibft. refin ed> -t appiaianct It rcndira. leaves the Joy of Btauty ivi fo iviihyotj Gour-aud's Oriental Gream New York Oil Companies Are Fleecing Public NEW YORK, June oil companies, iti brokers. 10 broker- age houses and about fifty indivi- duals nave been indicted by the federal.grind Jury on a charge of using the malls to defraud invest- ors out of millions of dollars, It was learned today when seals on the injKQlnients were ordered broken. Federal agents in cities In the United States ard now engaged in rounding .up the' men Indicted. They are ehtrged with r having grosv misrepresentations re- garding oil properties and of pay- ing dividend out of money obtain- ed from the of stock. HIGH WAQES, DtAR FOOD Direct Relation Between Cost of Labor and Cost of Living In the usual American home 41 per- cent ot the nutritive value of the food consumed is In the form of bread and milk. Each year the average American consumes bread made from five bush- els o! wheat, and this gives him 3S percent of his total food supply. The fcaziiE fire of wheat In the process of milling yield nearly e.ieugi bran (eighty pounds) 'to supplement the rough fodder of cows in Iho pro duction ot approximately 100 quarib of milk for the annual use of the Indl This fulfils about 0 percent o! his natrlllvt-aeedE. The modifica tion of the cost o! at least -14 percent of the nation's food lias therefore with .ho government in the controlled price of wheat. 'Applicants for reduced cost of food are apt to overlook one determining factor. It Ig'cbyipui' that cheap food cannofbe produced farm labor is high. Tlie nay of un'.on labor not jcieu frocv but K a4da blgblv I'o the cost of the farmer's boots, and Iii3 At tjie 'present almost hears o( (lie fail iu the price uf auy servjce H is obvious that the government has ine reduce the cost or !oo4 value taken b) the American' people in .the form ol brfiud and of milk, but' this would bo shortlived reUtf. unless labor agreed to a reduction iri wages'; Such a gcstion from labor cir cles, and yet It follows-as a-necesaao cc-rollary if thero 1R lo hfl any np-rina, neat jfduction in the cost of cheaper food Depends oil jcheapef labor.- Qn account o! tue inability of many to grasp situation It is that can bB. aujv permanent re- lief from war .prices. The demand for more money and less work lies in universal human instinct. Whether such n combination of ideals Is for tha general welfare of mankind appears, however, to be philosophically ques- tionable. The profiteers are not Individuals alone. We may well ask ourselves whether as a nation we are not pro- For we are selling to ad impoverished aud-suftering world in- dispensable food and clothing in the form of wheat acd cotton at prices bused primarily upon Inflated wages. Lusk in The Uevlew. secretary of- the U.M.W.A., Introducing 1 service overseas and also' mcmbe of the police force, should'-draw the larger of tho_ V The house Vent Into'coinnilttee ou the bill to amend th'cf Indian Act.. P.. B. B.C.. 'said' tliat Uie btUI'prbvldud; briefly for franchisement. Indians who wero wards of Ihfrgoyernraeat. Shouldk Hejp.Vin'dlans Mr. Stacey .claimed that Canada had 'Art .your gums Do-Uiey. bleed tthen. If out. for Pyorrhea. .-V.' thisdiseaseofthe In the> pongjt1 then recede; the teeuV fall tracted tbrid the system of the-irifett-: ing Pyorrhea pockets about them.. These germs low-: er the body's vitality and cause many.- diseases.' You'can keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your dentist oltcn for tooth and gum inspection, and use'Forhan's th'c Gums. Forhan's For the'Gums .prevents checks'its' progress, if used iri time and ustd; consistently Ordinaiy dentifrices cannot'do this. Forhan's keeps tho guma. firm and heal teeth white and clean. Start usine it (cday.. If. your gums have receded, uw Forhan's accprdirig. to directions, and consult; adcnlist im- mediately 35c 'j'nri', t ubes. Canada. and U. S. It send price to land we will mail lube FORHAN'S, LTD., Mottlrtal not. made, any. adequate preparations for. giving the "Indians full and ade- quale ciUzenshlD. The Indian tnjd'errafeayand but there -were'- certain- obvious delects In mentality, arid it'was incumbent upon Canada; to help him to'enjoy and .realize tfip Yespousibillty and pri- ileges ot Canadian citizenship.'. There about Indians in .Canada at the present time, and ot them'about one-quarter were in British ColutnljiB. Mr. Stacev sketched the History'of lieWWenicnt of Brilisli Columbia'. Aflfcr; quoting statistics to show rhal-had been done for the Indians u tlje matter of educational and other advantages, during, the pastl Jour '.r.Sj after, paying warm tribute the'work of the" deputy siiperin- Scott, Mr.' Slacey to have any iviiole'salb.prdcess of.-enfranchlsenient, :ior Tnethods in .tlie.'.rnalter of Indiap idea fras independent parliament ahd'wlio took' .their ploiiey lii order- that.'.lie might case wh.icb.ihaa., Teidy been dacllned consideration'-by ibe.imperiarprivyiCouncll. added that g .Very: carefully to tho argument put forward by Mr.-0'Meara, counsel for the ih'dians before the special felt that it was ground- less .Via- main hypocritical.'' A Friend '-Mr. O'iMcafa might be acting from pliilaifthropic prlncipleg but there Was not a man who iinderstbod-tha sitm tiori tliat would argua with him'..- The real friend of tho tCacher'ahd'thD'niisslonary. Replying lo Hon. W. li Maekenzh I King, Hou. Arthur JiflightV said i ,'.vaa proposed to compel the Indian, lo send their children to the nearcs available school., ..This step.was taken lo prevent sent provinca. W. fi. Boy's, Slmiioo South, ''chair man ot 'the InBiafi.committee, explain cd Uio-clause which provides" for hoard, composed of two members Iho Indian' department naid a rhembc of the hand to which the nian to b enfranchised belonged be.lng appolnte at Iho ftstance of the deputy general. Joy Of A Bcautifd Complexion Hair And Hands They jnav be yours ii ypji mate Cuticufa soap and .Oihtme'iSt tvery-ijay lollet cltan jci and purifies, the pint- mcnfexilhif arid -tednets. ifiti; djndi'ufil So.? 25.. JS ul tit, SM throughout 1-rmtai. U lolled. S U Si.. MorjICi (I, HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED t- CHICAGO, Jinie At .the firs [tepublican national convention h.e] III Chicago GO ycarsiigo: 't An Iowa delegate walked 150 tulle to- get to a-railroad i.o-como lo convention. Special railroad rates wero mat and Chicago's pop.ulMion probab! doubled In convention week. Hotel rooms wero lo day. Crowds were so grcnt that biliiar tables In the hotels were pressed in1 service as beds. The "Wigwam" in which 'ihe co venlion was held was probably abo' (he size of Hie annex to the Coliscu this year's convention talc place. Tho Wigwam's profuse wila'largely fur.nlsb.nd by- the Kepii lican women Of'j.fihiijago..' T hey we Invited io "iinncd eiiuipp with tlibae ftiniilijiiblo 'weapons, nee les, Ihlmnlej, 'sclssor.i.' e'tc., AVhcn a special train pulled in wl Ihe and other Now Kn land wcro sent i and a cannon boomed Jci nunou their walllg iricnds. -Thergallery was reserverl for-women and Ihc RYLAND; of all SUITS Hero are offered suits in ultra-fashion-' .able, materials, a.od. making "that really.': could not be, pur chased' at wholesale today for anything like tlie prices at whic'h they liavo h 'arked down. O.iI; tho -positivn policy, of .this stor.e not to carrj: any gar- mcnt over freiu seas on to the-next makes such :ttrastic-reductions pos- ---_- Summer Skirts Not many of a style, nor are all sizes of any one style .whatever select to your .size will have uio proper fit and style. Our assortment Is one of the most- complete ever shown'here.'You may have a wide selection of materials to choose from as well, such Wash Satin in white and colors; ,Cotton Gab--. ardines, Cream Serge, Kumse Kumsa and Tricolette, Poplins, Taffeta and Satin. FLANNELETTE BLANKETS r." 10-t Grey Flanncletta Blankets, just for camping They will .washing and save helter'i blaahcts. Worth to pair. WEEK-END SPEOIAt, PAIR 0: for ilar.: tor'- M 4 Regular: for Regular for for Rcgulav for; 'Regular .for. 2 .90 NAVX SERGE Imported English Pure inches wide A serge'.-for odd skirts'and-dressoa for ladlesiand children. Fast color. Worth yard. YARD 2-75 AllSpring Coats BALBR1GGAN UNDERWEAR Men's -Ondenvear, shirts and drawers in full range of sizes. Nat- ural color. Regular J1.25 value. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH Special Children's Dresses and Rompers We Iiavp gone through our stock o[ children's suriimer. dres.scfl .and pick- cil' out a great many odd dresses and rompers thai we will clear out this week cttil. 2 to 6 years, and yal- ucs up to H.50 each. Week End Spe- CORSETS Final clearance to Uiese odd lines. The .values ars wonderful. Xo't many pairs of a kind, hut a good rango ot the wanted sizes. Values up to Jfi.50 and WEEK-END SPECIAL, PAIR 3-50 75 LADIES'VESTS About 200 in Uio lot. Some- are samples, others are odd lines lo clear. There arc values up to 50c. WEEK-END SPECIAL, EACH LADIES' UNDERWEAR umnifcr Underwear consist- ing "of combinations anil vesta. These are'samples and represent some very special Values. There are values as high- its each. WEEKrEND SPECIAL, EACH MEN'S-COMBINATIONS; Mens Summer Combinations in bal- color or whiie. As- sorted sizes froni 34 to 46. Regular Talue nortk WEEKEND SPECIAL APRON GINGHAM W inch blue and while Checked Gingham. Some with border. Others plain check. Value worth' iiOc to GOc yard today. SPECIAL, YARD CORSETS e Corsets, pafra and JiiiOs nl big- reductions. They arc the highest finality and in first class shape. Values up to pair. WEKK-END SPECIAL, PAIR idi oynortunitits are-lierc for the w6man who wishes to economically- complete her wardrobe' vrllh blouses of the prettiest-noveHy in -styling at prices that are remarkably reasonable. Especially BO is this true of our -white Voile Blouses. The quelity is the finest and the styles that one couhl ,sire, to Each For Mouse Wear DeliglittuHyk fashioned druses for morning and afternoon wear vie jyitli tho ueu- porch dreases, the charming innovation ot the summer or ]920, in theso newest 'of warm weaUier wear. Dresses in voile, chambray, ging-: ham. percale atid plain and 3tripetl galatea for summer and nU cnsions, Off All Silk Dresses Ladies' Cloth BOYS' PANTS Hoys' Khaki Drill Bidomcr 1'auts, only about a dozen pairs left now In siics 3 and 'J years, Regular WEEK-END SPECIAL from gootl Hrm finished Icrjals in ncrtt-atyks. Colorn Amethyst, Brown, and Navy.. flicy nre trimmed wUb braid nnd .nrc in ado hi gwid' stylo. All thi.s sea- son's 'up In CHILDREN'S HOSE Children's Fine Ribbed'Cotton Hose. sullaMo (or hoya'anil gfrls woar. Pull of sizes from io Id, In hlack or white. Very special value at, t p CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN AND COMPANY THE NEW THINGS FIRST V; hig sizes Tt'lth: fur.fy roloreiV. jrtiff, or jilalii 'wliltc anil colors. A plenslns an- 'feorjment. r.iogs 45c Up (0 SI.25 ;