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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Eir.HT THK Lia'llHIUlKiK UM1UV JtONn.YV, MAY 26, AUTHENTICTREVIEW OF V. B. Uvesayl Man., Hay Ing to this beleaguered ihe crowd wa> Jens.- arouud the Labor Tempt. 03 James street. OatiMe tie cllv ball on the benches provided for veterans eight days absence one was tremred for anything, tor the red Bag, for troops bivouacking on. Maiu Street, tor banks and financial institutions witb ieors ia state of siege, for Ions queues on Porl.ige Avenue wan- Ing In the bread and milk lines whose only password was a union card-for anything including riot and bloodshed; tor anything, in fact, except, precisely 'the peaceful placid la" met Monday in Toronto, aUrtnis! stories hsd been published. soviet was in control; the red Hew over the city hall: Ihe mayor had turned over the municipal government little- groups basked In the Hot sun" and discussed the situation with animation. Over the city hall the Canadian ensign and strikers then the strike loots very fUElint; oat. and runnitij contrary to nil their rreichme'iu of the pasl ween. within Mayor S.ray was announcing CANADIAN PILOT KILUED. Air Force, was killed yesterday at the i And ho fell feet. He had recel I.ONDOX May Asso-lcjiiaMlaa atrtome at Shoreham. It is ed tho Dlillntulihca Service> OriV Mitcd I'ressl-MoJorOrtcr, Canadian I believed a wins of his machine broke laud tha Crolx de Ouerre last >aar. IhemseJrej from tho couurH and re j the central strike committee which Mayor In Control The Mavor is a dark horse. a consulting clerical cngln-U'Ce. Strike Itkl o'.tliens object a body !s the general strike a well Winnipeg newspaper man who In the action of Wondrnbmg vs Full, mer, ia which tho was-seek- ing to set astdo tho Bcauiving o! cer- tain land now held by HJlvrin Fullmer formerly In the possession ot- his son I against whom damasks !cr 52.000 ot living. on he: incre. e 4d rather than the wane since .he a.mis would find much sap- port among cilltens at large. Living alienation ol his wife's affection Lordship reserved judgment. Ihe, his! In the whereby leranie ior Boui'it to recotcr the pro- But this from the sale" ot issuin; eer. r.ot'to be contused with the Alder-, nisun- Lan ol the'same wrved Iwo conditions are intolerable for the age wage-earner. de mom tra lion of their strength along legitimaYe channels, then they were ill- advised to close down the local daily newspapers on the one hand anfi 'oa ihe other 10 tie-up tie regular news aervice to outside poin's. All Is Qulst Coming 'he weath- er of Eastern. Canada one entered tropical summer. Vegefaiion on the preWe is a fortnight ahead ot Ontario and evervwhere fields are green with But this is not sprouting' wheat Such conditions add-! those opposed to ed to the general holiday euect sinks iv oW, settlement after each ude h's exhausted its resources. refused to be made catspaws in_t (this game' o{ capital and labor. Any-1 Ith'ng pay happen, but it is B safe Let j line red hag won't ny over Winnipeg' view ot! city hall." It is i He added that by a, clever campaign anu "citizens extending orer several years control the city of labor In Winnipeg had passed out o[ might bave been a typical 24thv of ii'ay, with the crowd 'waiting for a proceEsiou to pass Good humor and that the men out are losing a hundred and fifty thousai a day; that many who struc d dolars and to whom the soviet represented-a practicable idea of communist govern' walks of Main street, for the most part union men. There was no flag- waving, no soap-box haranguing, no excitement of any kind, except that Kidney or Bladder Troubles .This possible until tie Idea i Big Union" and all it stands tor -j above all, of soviet is i beaten once and for all in Canada H, is by this section of public; opinion that in the final provision mnst be made against future svmpathy strikes by employes of lit utilities, end in especial of those, working "In the Government Tele-, Ipnones, the street railway, power, and I lisht plants, and firemen and police. It 'Slortaaste, they say, that Winnipeg has'been picked upon as the testing 'ground tor-revolutionary ideas, but of I now that it has .come, the movement .meat. "Either." he ssid. "Winnipeg n" to Trades and Labor Council must shake n bejofi these influences, or the more con- "One i ____________- Henderson Lake PAVILION IS NOW OPEN BOATS FOR HIRE BATHING SUITS LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ICE CREAM PARLOR All under, Jjew management, who will give a service that thu public will appreciate. All ready.- to cater to your pleasure for May 24th. NICOLAS KOURY MANAGER tarts THURS., MAY 29th ATTHEHOUR..OF2.30P.M. MR AGER OF s I. P. ASSIGNED TO MR. G. W. ROBINSON, MAN- OR BRITTSrlTANAOlAN TRUST CO., FOR THE BENEFIT OF HIS CREDITORS, AND MR. ROBINSON HAS INSTRUCTED MR. HORACE DOREE TO DISPOSE OF STOCK AND FIXTURES BY AUCTION TO BIDDER. THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO DESERVE. EACH AND EVERY ARTICLE WILL BE OFFERED SEPARATELY AND FOR YOUR IENCE YOU CAN REQUEST TO HAVE ANYTHING PUT UP AT ONCE- SO AS NOT TO CAUSE DELAY. P. GAGNEBIN, Assigned G. W. Robinson, Assignee. Horace Doree, Sales Manager. be f e o- -round must be_ given until victory is ''pct-ple a-teii; and a qnestioa till -bas heen answered for them by the aenonstrztioiu of Gin Pills- complete Keaii tMlisonjali A New............, satisfaction that'thiSaodj: of As "tothe "jtriSers, their'Tierr! people lave derived and from -he I best shown bx extracts from tBev have been given by, taking "Western Labol( tre expiesslng llelr grati- tud; for Giu Pills. of Savona, B.C., Mrs. D. .Walt6T3 _ advise ptobie wbo have cot t used Gin Pilli'lo'try them, as Gin 3'ilbj are within tafmcau ot rich on4 pyjT. 'i have been troubled for years Trill weak kidneys, and one box ot Gin Pills tnrsd me. I recommend' item sa absolnta and reliable cute.' Nt Batler, of lendl this r "I think it my .dul7 to Trite fnd'lell you that I tiink Gin Pills a sure core for kidney .trouble. I cufiercd much -with my -T nniil I took Gin Pills; row I would not to with oat them in my home." Can jou have BBV foubt- ;bat' Oia are the now issuing daily itiilie editions. "The, strike is a new. it said m its j issue oplonday IssL "To strike alone 1 has failed; all must pull together at tie cars. The one tiling that is clear js that the old conditions of life are impossible. .Men cannot live on the wage.ol yesterday, nor are the condit- ions ot yesterday to today. Change Uiere must be and the direc- tion is fonrard. The men who refuse j to recoenizo-organiied lal-OT and who refused to pay a wage that they admit is reasonable are part of tha oW order. 1. 'To must pass on and leave them to their fate. Tpey will protest and create a crisis; but ths final result 13 clear. They cannot turn back the wheels o! time. They cannot defy or- ized labor. Their present attempt Pills fcave accomplished such wcndec fnl H sou not tpend a cent on them until yon have tried a sample box free. Jnst write to ca and whea yon 'receive the box "give Gin Pills a be con- vinced by resmls. 'Sold by deaUrj everywhere at 5Qc a DOT. The National Drug i Clemieal Co. Canada, LimileJ, Toronto, Ontario. Ti.8 rtsidents rtoald addtess NtDrn. 61., Buffalo, N.Y. lit in the gums to act as the gateways of germs, which infoct the jointj or tonsils, or cause other nilmcnlD. Forhan's prevents Pyorrhca, if useji jfl time and used consistently. No n'.crc Are gums 'Are thsy bleeding turns? If to, yc-j arc certain to have ryorrhfta (Riges' F.olir oui cf fivcpcoplc vmo'nrc forty haveit, we rccomiriEni Porhan's. It prcscn-cs the gums which hold tho teeth secure. Brusli your teeth vrilh it. Tornrin'a cleans tho tacth theril White and clean. II gMiii-shrir.biKC has alresuy tct h, Elart using Torhan's and consult ft for special Irc.-.t- I 30c end (fc tubes. All FORHAA'S, J. TD., J07 St. SSI FOR THE GUMS gdltlttiU in has necessltalei tho general strike. No Terrorism And how Is the general strike to be terrorism? Apparently not If heso words are sincere, published on Tuesday under the significant head- ne stride by doing noth- thing the workers lave to do IP win this' strike li to do nothing. Just eat, sleep, play, love, augh and look at the sun. There are. hose who are very'anxious'for ths workers to do something which would provide an excuse 1or putting the city under" martial law. Therefore once more, do nothing. This Is the greatest strike erer'put on In Winnipeg and It can he made the greatest .victory.if every striker does absolutely nothing. Join the 'do nothing" club and be. a son-of-rest till the strike-is won. It will -not lasl long. You will have In Wlnnlpee. and it can' be the' greatest victory In a lawful, orderly and perfectly conatltutlocal nothitig." Certainly Winnipeg could not bare been more orderly lhan during the week of tho strike, but can !t be won by the methods of King Stork? Can labor itand the'cost in loss of wages! In Russia such loss was re- couped by levlei on capital, but at this iime no such doctrine Is teing preach- ed in Winnipeg. The passive strike has tied up certain things, like the street railway, but otherwise has not greatly incommoded the. average clt- lien. On the other hand public opin- ion outside the .Immediate ranks ot tho strikers IE hardening against Ihe strike and the Is to resume 'operation of public utilities anil then wait and see what the strik- ers will do about it. The first step was the resumption ot delivers' by the biggest departmental Stores; .the second tho though in condensed form, of a dally newspaper; the thirrl the partial resumption ot telephone servlcer-and now at thh dale there is talk of starling Ihe street cars again. If all these things can ba dypo v.'itliout challenge by the ve up too Chiclet tension. 'If been too generous -a Chiclet aids diges- _ smoked your lull day's Chiclets are delightfully A refreshing. ._sTh.e coinei> of words w'erc right when they chose. pep" from peppermint, to action and the zest of life. You'll find that in half a dozen you speed up. Chiclets help -Chiclets are sold everywhere. Nextjifne you see Chiclets dis- played, leave a nickel and get ten Chiclets. V MADE IN CANADA -an Adams product, particularly prepared ..1.Canaan Chewing Gum Co.. Winnipeg, ;