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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER THE TJtfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEKLEVEfl of tho purchasing and nine, ot erery dollar' they TORONTO, Nov. Moore, president of the Trades and I-abor Congress of Canada, In an Interview here, aaiil that redaction of wages In the factories throughout Canada would defeat U.e object which the employers tnatdng.reductions had In view. ''The manufacturers this Mr. Moore Bald, "depend primarily on their home aarkets and any policy which that market by reducing the i purchasing power through a reduction of of the great ni ass of work- ers-null be bad business." Contending that a reduction of brought with it a redac- tion'; of wages would only accentuate thc.irtiation, instead of bringing re- lief..Mr. Moore said: "What Is needed is a sneezing oat of some of the mar glnjwtjlcb. exists between the actual coft of production and the aelling price of the Inlahad article. Tbe ple'i'afe cot influenced In the Ktok of'prices to that of any Some a nasty cough an doiit 'pay to. say Ing5, hile it off (l ury may tii th6 lungs and 'Te t -af tiijfe. _ prolonged, Ing 'objrighlng.V On the firtt sign of a cough or cok set' at; Dr.'. Wood's' Jforwa I'lrie Syriip. It yi-ill stop th'atrias'.: trctubKsome cough( ease the actosit the chest, -and loosen1 phtegm. Wm. Apsley, Oni iteJ: "Last winter I caoght-arbad. a eoro. throat and a terrible ing cough that 1 could cot 'get' of. i could not sleep at night I 'quite a lew'.remedies, but. they, did not do meimuch until -I' got PrwidemV Moore elated that Jhlle .e'fe-rbad been gome, Blackening; oft the throughout the Do- Irilon, general conditions were not bad as. many people imagined.. CFrom Our Own Correspondent) TABER. NOT. items of in- rest public mlad s wonted eolra'todii'y. The first was IB report rf tie presidential election, i the Herald Office The-second.-wai that Interesting -Jlrenten's dance in tbe jaall tonight. Tickets 'ta all lorfa of places, ereelng camo on, it be- c_. liiat there'would be a rowd' of -jnmsual dlniejialons. The Iretrack was fpeedlng la var ate .whdeT the members gaily Bedizened with ohwrmSob; hue, wore an al >ft- Uch nime to the jafler uijon which story 1g wrltteu. TSs ntrae and address are to written on separate slip Of The Herald the right of tttiag any of tbe stories whether In the list or not. All contributions will rnmalu property of Ihe Herald. There will be three Judges ap- pointed examine and decide on the merits of ths' contrlbii- li'iDS. OF those.two will from the outside, and one a member of tie Herald tUff. Tke deoftlon of JtrttM will la all be fiaal. Tit competition U opom, wHt- tea. If you intend to compete, adrbe "The Herald Story CompetiHon Herald, Leth- bridge, at once, ;