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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SiAY THE LErHBRlDGE DAILY'HERALD PAGE NINE, Two Million Men' Are Affected- Look for Satisfactory Decision Soon. CHICHOOi -May oa tbe wage demands of railroad irorkfrB were opened here today, with representatives of: the railroad mana- gers appearing oefcre the railroad la tor bontl.' A statement signed by tt 17 railroad unions was issued last Digit declaring that tlje Question ot a. "breiWown of the transportation with 'the railroad labor board." Both Uis railroad managers and rep- resentatives' p't the railroad employ- ees eipnfsEed" Wafideucd that the board would a'rrivo at a jatUfactory decision with all possible spsed. Parade. CHICAGO, May thou- land itrildng railroad (wltchmen pa- raded through downtown streets yes- terday. Tbe procession led by John Grunau, president of the Chicago Yardmen's association. According to participants, it was a protest against (ho refusal of the railroad labor board to consider their demands. SCENE OF BOLSHEVIK UPRISING IN JUGOSLAVIA Bolshevik! Propaganda and the Fighting in Near East Must Be Stopped. May1 British representatives on the toifloilsoiou ap- pointed by the, suprenio economic council to deal'with ths Russian co- operative societies al meetings here, 'r KIDNEY PILLS Edmonton Member of Parlia- ment Thinks They Should Be Kept for Track Labor. Hundreds ot pe'ople are reported to bave been slain In Uelgrade, Uio capital of Jugo-Slayia, shown above, .waero ft Bolshevik revolution is -reported to tovo occurred. ARMISTICE PROPOSED May soviet soyernment proposed an armUtlce -between the Japancso and ac- cording a dispatch' from Irkutsk. Greek caplial that Envor Pasha, tho former Turkish minister o! war, has arrived at Baku, Trans-Caucasia. The same correspondent says that will insist that, the Roishevlki agree I a miied Husso-Tartar force of a: WILL INVESTIGATE SIBERIAN PRISONERS! FOSSILIZED REMAINS 'FOUND AT BERRY CREEK I CAltiAHY, Jiay cieavat- HOME, May IT.-Signor Titloui, the L a( ,v Halian representative, almouncod al Wizard Oil An'tjttptlc During influenza, epidtnvcs spray nose and throat several times i dly with one part Wizard Oil and two. parts water, using'an atomizer. If haven't -ah atomizer, gargle the snufT the mixture up the 'nose. This treatment sets up an antiseptic of defense against "Flu" gtrrot, Chest colds' sore threat lead to grip. Stop'-.tnem at once with (Wizard Oil before .they can develop intoj dangerous influenza. it from druggists for 30c. U rot 'satisfied, return tbe bottle ani fet yoiir constipated or bave sick hud- Jiift'try Wizard Liver Whioi. pleat pink 'pills, 30c it liruf- gisti. GiiiraBteti. dlsguiso trend of events in the Near. East, whore things are rapidly getting out of tho of the governments with which the British are willing to deal. Consequently, it Is declared, of tho terms to he laid down to tho co- operative- toddles' representatives, will .be. that tho .Bolshevik! cease any activity, cither of a military or in the way. of propaganda, In the Near East- ern stales. Almost simultaneously with Ihe nr- rival or the Russian co-operative rep- r resentatives iii London came reports' from Baku and that the Bolsheviki were not only retaining British sub-1 Jects, but were forcing them to work. 'These' latest 'reports of the Ireat- uieat of British subjects in Russia, it is will mako flic work of (he- co- operative representatives in their deal- ings hero more difficult than was at first thought The British, it is said.j will also insist; that the -British gov- ernment must be given morof itiforuia- tioti than has been forthcoming re- garding British prlsouerd of war, and be accorded better facilities for the re- patriation ot 'these men. The British will even-insist. It is de- clared, that deflnile'-lnfonnation bo given regarding two British officers who wore'hc-ard of last in sla some time ago. Ercu In'tho extreme.'south'.'of k of the Siberian prisoners and make] had been broken off to show Ihe tru 'suggestions a view of suvl'ng lines of tho mollusk ami those of the way thero la no darkness from ibc these unlortunate' mwi'froni speniHns fish.. In fact the lish's ribs were of April to tho middle of August. I another winter in exile: clearly marked.' MONTREAU May A. Mac- M. P. for Edmonton, addressing tliQ Progressive club Saturday, floint ed.out that, while there was not enough labor in 'Canada to meet the demands of the Canadian Pacific rail way aud government railways, whicl required between them 16.0W meu yet tbe Canadian Pacific railway wa at the- same tliuo carrying tbrougl Canada buck to China thousands of la- borers who had served in France. La- Ijor hero would not permit these meu to do the work which it cannot do It- Eelf and tho nation is obliged to sub- mit to'labor's demand. For. the'na-' lloa to insist would mean a state of civil war. I Mackie classified all extremists in Cauada-as coming under the "One1 Ulg Union." He admitted the right of combination, but not when it be-; came a mejiace to the natloo, whether I a combination of labor or capital. j REGAL FREE RUNNING THE CANADIAN SALT CO.UMitEO Cuticura Soap ------SHAVES Without Mug tmblin Gains More Than Seventeen Pounds After Taking Tanlac. "Jfy health, broko down completely; and -I-'iiad to givtJ'un ray work-'entire- ly, but now-since .1 have taken Tan- Sac I have gone bach to work In per-, JectrcondStlon and.seventeen pounds Kmbllnrn. wellknovm bricklayer of 9733 BigKly-flfth 'AJbefra, who''saw service in Franco with the' Canadian Bincdit- Jonary Forces, "where he was wounded twice and gassed once. "My troubles dale back, to when I gassed in iVance. and I had ncvc.r been able to'.'get over the rantjnued 5Irs. fSnblin. "A short time after I got-.back tover liete my healtli went bacjT.on mo.-and 1 seemed to break down once anil had to quit '.work. My' nerves were shattered couldn't stand on my feet and cipetted npjse: or'-sound1 and 1 was so riistleaE-tiiiit.t didn't get a night's rest pivgteep. for months, .1 had Indl- gcsllpn so bad that sometimes even tho smell things cookinff yaM rnako pie deathly 'sick at my stomach I was almost, afraid to cat a thing, for I knew If I lid I was snre io bo In misery afterwards. Gaa'woulc form so bad it filled up my imd gave awful pains (hat would break out-In cold sweals thai .would last for six or eight lioura at pne time, and I 'would get so weak .that Icouldn't stand oh my feet arid Vould have io'lje'lown until iho tnckq passed bTfir. 1 took all kinds 'of medicine and expensive trcalrocnlfi, bill iiisUnd of gelling 'belter f 'was worse ollthe tirno an4 I hard- ly know .what1 would have become of me If It hadV-t been for a friend who told me about Tanlac. "As long as J live I will never for lliSt fi'fami'for he knew what he was talking about when he told mo to lake Tsnlac and I hail no more than started on It before I could toll that 1 had filnick the right thing, I kept or. taking Tanlac until now my mus- cles are hard 'and I am In as fine condition IM I was when I was under hird training In Ilia army. My nerves are as steady us a clock and I sleep so sound at night that I 1 turn over a single time r can hardly get enough to oat and no matter what la act before me I can eat it without Hie least (rouble from Indigestion or and (he cold.sweat Bre ft thing of the past. The last tlm? 1 weighed I had gnlncd seventeen pound's, and: I.havo.Rained a lot slnco than put don't know juet how much and all the tlmo I feel strong nncl just like a man wants to feel I am certainly thankful I got. hold o( Tanlac and. 1 will always Bay a good for it iwhcnpver I get a chance.' Tanliic, is sold In by lIlglnMlham k Co.; m Coal liursl by Diamond Drug ijlaUoncry Store, nnrt tn'tt'nrn.cr !iy Mrs. N. Dur Klour Price Rise Was Cause, Says Board of Commerce Statement. OTTAWA, May Canadian cost to Canadian bakers in producing bread during the month .of March increased pnc-nTih of mo cent per pound and a half ioaf, Itie to an increase in the cost of flour if 34 cents a barrel. In publishing its mon'hly statement oh the production and cost of bread, the board of com- merce states that this item of flour is he only onq in which returns show any particular increase during the month. The board of commerce report states that representative firms In Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver are furnishing, the board with satisfactory and reliable reports of their while the returns of the smaller firms show improve- mcnL "Certain firms having discontinued concludes the statement, "will be'prosecuted." The average cost of production of' bread in Canada during ftfarch was seven and nine-tenths centa a pound. There was an Increase in consumption over February of-six per cent. Flour cost the bakers 511.34 a bar- rel on the average. The cost in Feb- ruary was 111.60. The yield of bread per barrel has been maintained at 264 pounds. The Average standard loaf Is one and A half pounds. The most expensive, bread proditc- ion was in Montreal, where the loaf cost tbe baker S.847 cents a pound. In Sydney, Amherst, -Mllford, St. John, N. Calgary anil Vancouver, thn cost of production ran over eight cents a'pound, it was cheapest in Brantford, where the cost was 7.076 cents a pouud. FORCED TO HEM Column Going Id Relief of Ain- (ab Meets Superior Force of Turk Naflonalisls, CON-STANTINOPMH Mar T6.-A French column of soldiers, which ielt Killis, Asia QHtor, May 9, to re- lieve the garrison at Alntab, about 30 miles north ot Killie, wna met by a strong Nailonslist force when 10 miles from its destination and iraa compell- ed to rotum. Tho Naltonalista were equipped with cannon, out-rane- Ing Iho IVdnch and kept up a continual attack on tbe French. Advices received here describe tho .situation nl Killla ns critical and thai (it Alnlab desperate-, Turk Nationalist Movti LONDON. Sfny dispnlcli Id Ihe Times from Athens says it Is re- ported from a goflr] source In Iho v a Get all the Tire Mileage You THE average motorist is only getting about 60 to 80 per cent, of the mileage built into his tires at the factory, This is the basic reason behind the Goodyear Service Station policy and Goodyear Tire Savers. Many tires are ruined by poor tubes and lack of tube care, Buy good tubes and give them the best of care. Glean the rust from rims when you change a tire. I Be sure the inside .casing is clean befqre you insert thei tube. Cearn to a sprinkle of Gpoi- y ear French 'Talc to prevent chafing and friction. Keep your valves clean i I and air-tight, and the air-pressure up. Garry spare tubes in Goodyear Tube bags to prevent injury by loose tpctls and from chafing. Let your Goody ear show you the advantages of GoodJysaSr Heavy Tourist Tubes, and how to use the Goodyear Tube Repair Kit. He is glad to do this, and many otrier things that save tires, to increase your rpileage. He 'knows that long tires bring customers to him. He is taught by Goodyear thatiow-cost- per-milei has built for Goodyears the largest sale of any tire in the world. To supplement his work, we send you, free, our Tire Conseryatioh: Course. Write us at Toronto for this course, D Ktiittmng a tube tetth Ihe The labr repaired and rtad The Goodyear tire Rubber of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ontario 1IN CANADA ;