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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWKI7VJB nU5 DAILY 1IEIULD SATURDAY, MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS AND STRIKES THE WORLD OVER WANTS WINNIPEG SEDITION TRIALS DEBATED ON FLOOR OF HOUSE OF COMMONS Proceedings Went Off Quietly !rejd ,Jinner caiTied by Release of Strike j aim-tiers. "Our brothers in gaol j should be lu the ie'gUuiure. Stv'to; Leaders "Those who are uot with us. OTTAWA, April SO (Br Canadian convic- tion ot the sii Winnipeg strike- leaders taken up ou Ihe floor ot the commons, it was re- ported around the corridors of the house today. Aldermau A. A. Heaps, Winnipeg, the ono defendant who acquitted the release ot our brothers." read the: head ot the line carried a ot Inscription on the first banner carried children of scnie of thu Imprisoned in ths parade of labor men through On the float was a bed ivith the slreets of Winnipeg .'this forenoon; ihe legend "They came like thieves In as a protest against the imprisonment; tho night." of seven leaders in last year's general Xo banners were carried to bers yesterday afternoon wiih a view to getting the subject uls cussed. iden- strike. A large .'Union .Jack headed' tlfy the industrial, mills the parade. Following the flag'was a'About 100 conductors and motormen party, the workmen's circle, the brass band, 'and then stretched long Of [he Winnipeg Street Hallway Labor church and 'general puolh and lines' representatives of many of Win- marched In their uniforms, but this car! sympathizers. VI Itl- 'ON STOKE! nlpeg's classes pf industrial workers. Spectators estimated thai about 0500 were In line. Most ot them weru men, but several hundred women and chll- ilren children with red ribbons on their bals and on their arms. "Their sentence is our 'Appear At Your If you receive a suilden csUrr or an unnyecttd In- ntilloa you can feel fitJent; of always apptaring al your best, la but a few moments It readers to roar skin a irandcrluUr pure, soft complexion that b Q ourauds Oriental Cream HOPK1N> K SON. -r service was not Interrupted. Passed the Jail The parade formed up on York Street and marched through thu prin- cipal streets, passing the jail where tho leaders were until their re- moval'to the prison farm a fow days ago, and disbanding on Main Street. There was not the least sign of dlsor- der._ata_ny stage and. save for an oc- cheer from' spectators'.who i fined the sidewalks, the parade passed In silence. A protest meeting Is being held this afternoon und a dance to- nigh I. The defense committee of 115 mem- bers chosen from the ranis ol labor generally, followed the band at the head of the parade. Then, in order, came the women's section, with about 275 In line, about. 500 boys and girls, the cx-aoldiers and sailors Labor party, Ibe building and transportation trades, which had the largest repre- j sentation in the pnrade, the street railwayme'n's union, the metal trades section, unspecified trades, representa- tives of the Socialist party, Eoclal- I Democratic party, Dominion Labor Sweet Milk-rSotir Milk- Buttermilk orA Water Use any of these wHen taking witfi EGG-O If gives you a wider choice of ingredients for cakes arid pastry, yet assures you of positive; success in your baking. Egg-O is absolutely pure and efficient double acting, that is, Its first action occurs in the mixing bowl when cold water cr milk In its various forma is added. lowing the dough to stand for 15 or 20 minutts will give better results. When you put your baking in the oven Egg-O will continue to rise until your cakea are pro- perly baked. Buying 'Egg-O in the larger tins- is f most economical for family use. Egg-O Baking Powder Cd. Limited Hamilton, Canada Millions Using "Diamond Dyes" and Turning Worn, Shabby Garments into New Awful prices arc teaching women how easy it is fo turn all their old garments bright and new with "Diamond Home-dresses, gingluma, aprons, waials, gloves, riblwns, skirts, sweaters, children's coals, can be diamond-dyed into bcauli- iul, up-todalc, stylish effects, whether tiey be wcxjl or Bilk; linen, cotton or ruixcd goods, Tie Direction Book in package to diimond-dye over any color. To mutch material, have druggist allow you "Diamond Dvc" fr.riV SHOE POLISH THE BIG VALUE BOX Pastes for .Black, Tan, Oxblood ond" Brown Shoes While Caki and-LiquiJ tor White Shoes THE P. P. PAltEY CORPORATIONS LTD., HAMILTON, CAM. WOMEN FIND IT FUN TO DYE FADED GINGHAMS, DRESSES, WAISTS, STOCKINGS Old, Olherwise May Day in Canada Plan onstrations TORONTO. May reported idleness ol luluers in the Sydney, N.S. district, as a May Day protest against tie Imprisonment of Wiuulpeg strike leaders, and a siWe geueral tie-up of the building tradi-s in Ottawa, including those at wort on the pew parliament buildings, and a street car strike In London, Oat., are. tha most serious develop- rneuls reported in Canadian labor dr- ies this uiorping. In Toronto ttere U a strike of milk rivers and a threatened sirilra of iread bakers and drivers. There are urn-muring s anicmj ihe sheet metal plurebers, but they are, o far, Bill! at work. Montreal reports the situation in- dustrially many people are. a king a holiday ''to get moved." Eight Million Workers Take Holiday But'All Services Are Normal LONDON, May million workers are estimated to have parti- cipated In Great Britain's observance of May Day Inking the day off, parading and speech-riisking. out Uicre were no interruptions to. the nation's essential public prob- ably due to ihe fact that Saturday Is normally a half-holiday. __ Tho move to impede railway traffic through the "work to the rules" pol- icy proclaimed by the London and Liverpool raitwaymen's locals provet a fiasco, not a single instance of a hold-up due to this attempt lo enforce tho workers' demand for increasec unauthorized by the executives of the unions, being reported. The feature which save more prom ise of distinguishing.the day was tho inauguration ot an overall wearing campaign that in .Canada and the United States by the'middle class calculated to CtttVdona tho price of clothing. The' :unions officials appeared at their offices this morning garbed in denim .and j Issued appeals to the the unions to emulate their example. Miners, factory sh'ipDuIlc ers, dockers, builders', neers, agricultural workers and.mun cfpal employees marfe'holiday'-. an joined in locally organized demonstra tions 'or went to eee- the cricke matches, hut no disorders 'were re- ported up to 3 o'clock afternoon In London several thousancts parac ed through to .Hyd Park, headed by''a "contlbgerit'Vf for nier Eervlce men. .They about'12 platforms ers made appeals for the betterment of .working conditions; cnthuslastical-. ly hailed the successes of tlie Rus- sian soviet government, and declared their abhorrence at "the atrocities committed by the capitalistic gdvbfo- moats." Hamilton reports he steel workers. trouble lusong At many points in Hie Dominion So- cialistic demonstrations have been ar- ranged for Oils' afternoon, principally u protest agaiuEt'Uie Imprisonment >f Ihe Winnipeg strike leaders. These demonstrations will take the form of meetings in the parks. No serious rouble is expected. N. S. MTneiV May Dsy Protest HALIFAX, N.S., .May 'is re- ported here this morning that coal mtaers are Idle in the Sydney district today as a protest against the mprlsonment: of the.Winnipeg strike .eaders. Strike Denounced SYDNEY. NiS., May mately 15.000 miners are idle, and mine in the Nova Scotia district of the United Mine Workers is closed as a protest against the refusal tiipeg strike leaders on bail pending tbe hearing ot their several appeals to higher courts. In Cape Uretou the strike WUB strongly denounced by clergymen and others but iboit1 protests to have had no effect. It is stated, how- ever, that many of ILo men ara Indif- ferent to the Winnipeg issue and join- ed the walkout merely for the sake ot the holiday. No trouble of any kind Is expected. Londoners Walkb LONDON, Ont., ilay accord with their strike program, the em- ployees of the London Street Railway company turned their cars Into the barns at midnight, and Londoners will today. Had Anarchist Literature ST. CATHARINES. Out., Jlny 1. Caught red-handed with a -copy ot anarchist literature' in his hand, Thomas Sabandas, a Russian, was placed under arrest today by the local .Sue pamphlets, head- ed. "Today Is. the la most revo- luuoa'a'ry. Tuelpsmpblet is issued by the ''American Anarchist Federation Committee of Soviets." Sabandas, who is charged with sedi- tion, in: locked up along with another foreigner uut the police are not com- municative regarding this case. TBE WHITE RAN FOLLOWS WIERE TIE INDIAN LED The saline water of tilth Manitoo Late, Saskatchewan, was for many years used by (he Indians to their sick and ailing to health. To-day, water from this same lake, one of Canada's rmtesl .eral resources, is available for your medicinal .use in a refined powder form called SALMANITOU A glass every morning will refresh Md clears the head, purifies orguie builds up the body (UBIMS. pf the authorities to release the Win- PROMINENT PEOPLE 'DEAD LONDON, April Canadian Associated deaths are reported of Capt. Ilrackenburg. mem- ber of parliament for South Lincoln- shire; Lord Guthrie, Scottish judge; Sir Henry Burdette, hospital espert; William Briscoe, and Fred- erick AVeiter, Scottish musician. Rev. Dn Hughsoti. pastor o( On- tario St. Baptist Church, Stratford, has received an Increase oi per. Martin's Manitw Health Salt it in tfftr, vsscent tallns much mittttr ftrm. In tins only. martin's Hanitou Ointment dtrfut iMn titaltr. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, WINNIPEG, MAN: It is Dangerous to Use Counterfeit Parts for the PARIS. May bers of 'the chambfer of.Menjjties, M. Vaillant-Couturier.arid .Alexander' H. Blank, were injured in a clash with the police this afternoon! neur the Place dc la Republique, Two Killed PATHS, May persons 'were killed and abont 60 others wounded, most of them sliehlly, sei-ies ol small itols this afternoon in the east- ern part ot the city. Tho .situation generally is under ijontrol lof the au- thorities. l RIOTING IN HELSINCFORS HBIJ31NGTOHS, May rioting broke out last night in the labor quarter of flie city; fighting be- tweti the people's gunrd and thu police resulting in many casualties.' i -JOHN Is opjKising ttio Union Govern. ment's proiKjsal nt Ottawa lo appoint I a pcrmnirenl board. BY your garage man to use imitation repairing your car you not 'only invite repeated repair bills and more serious breakdowns, but you actually eiidan- your own'life lives of others. Cheap'arid :inferipr parts connection with the steering control are liable to cause accidents of a yerjr serious nature, You Risk Your Life When You Use .Imitation Spindles lii' a: recent test the tensile strength of the genuine Ford Vanadium Steel spindle arm was found to be over 100% .more than that-of the counterfeit machine steel part. The arms Avere submitted to shock, and the counterfeit arm broke pulling force equivalent to pounds applied to a cross section. The same pulling; force applied to a corres- ponding cross section of a genuine _Ford spindle arm did not even change its original size or shape. In order to separate the genuine spindle arm it was necessary to apply a pulling force of pounds. The spindle arm is one of the vital parts en- tering into the control of a car, and by using spurious parts in such places, Ford owners arc risking lives arid property. Genuine Ford Springs Imitation Springs Genuine Ford front and rear springs are made of Vanadium spring steel having a tensile strength of pounds per square inch, .and an.elastic limit of pounds. Every genuine Ford spring is tested in the factory. Front springs are subjected to a pressure of pounds. In the fatigue test the, average gen- uine spring will stand strokes before breaking. Rear springs are subjected "to a pressure of 2000 pounds and the average genuine spring will absorb strokes before breaking. Imitation springs are generally made of car- bon steel having a tensile strength of only pounds per square inch and an elastic limit of only pounds. In. ordinary, service they soon flatten out. You are merely protecting yourself and avoiding repeated repair bills when you demand genuine Ford parte, Only Genuine Ford Parts Can be 'Used with Safety Look for the Sign Genuine Parts Fbr Sale Here FORD GARAGE, Dealers Lethbridae A. P. VEALE, Dealer Warner KING Green, Dealers Raymond TABER MOTOR CO., Ltd., Dealers Taber I ;