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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, RADICAL PLOT TO DESTROY ALL TRADES UNIONS OTTAWA. "The underlying Currents Qf jjresont day labor- un- rest, although to the average man of 'little, consequence, appear in minds of officials of tee trades tie and hive in view, and'-woicSia part are as "Bo it known that we regard those leaders of trade unionism as our class enemies who arc of opinion that negot _-. labor congress as something decidedly Istlons and compromise will solve the serious and possessing the probability social problem; who seriously think o! hating far-Kaching said j that capitalists will hand over the Sir- Tom Moore, {resident of' tha-meats of production on. tho achleve- Trsdes and Labor Congress of Caiiia 1 ment of working class majority in par. ivhen astod whether any' steps are be- liament; who think that trade unions ing made to combat the social upheav- al emoBg the working class, Th5-..trades unions continue to be the center o! attack by those In all who would substUiite direct action and revolutionary methods for orderly progress thro'igh constitution, a! channels. Kot only are ibo trades union's attacked by groups loc- ally and nationally but attempts are now belpg made to destroy the inter- national; federation of trades unions the Trades Congress of Canada liohls. bv sttbftitu-ing another federation with'..headquarters at Moscow 'then through'that body, destroying the ef- fectiveness: of the international labor office, a connect on of tbe League of Nations v Mr. Moore quoted, some extracts from a ftatemeut Issued by this new federation at its meeting in Moscow on Vugust 1 1990, which. stute in un- nitetaicjMe -language the objects they HER CASE SEEMED POLES BELIEVE THE SUBS BEUONCJ TO BOLSHIE1 can remain neutral at 'A time o( col- Lapse of the old social order and at a time when the destiny of the world is being determined; and who preach social reconciliation at a time of rabid class warfare. "We shall employ the most stubborn resistance In order to defeat thorn and their raanoeuvers." "It is well that tho source from which.this red propaganda springs should be made continues Mr. Moore's statement, "tho stabiliz- ing influence of bonafide trades unions is fully realized >by these would-ba wreckers of'society, and it is necessary not only for trades unionists, but all other classes to realize the dangers that lie ahead. The propaganda dir- ected-from; Moscow cannot he killed Bat (f ndl-a-tltts" Mi mi Strength ?9 Sr. RMK St., "I urn writing you to tell jou thai loxc toy Kf tit "Fntil-a-lifif. This medWne reliomi me when I bid giiea up tope of eter being veil. I ms a terrible Bufferer from. had suffered for years; ud nothing 1 took did toy good. I read ibont "Prcit-a-Orfs" and tried them. Alltr taking for boxes, KIGA, Oct. Polish delega- tion has been advised by a Polish sup- ply sbip thsi two submarines suppos- ed to belqng to lb.8 soviet were observ- ed manoeuvring in'Dantlg bay. Tho submarine? did.EQt.attack the ship, he name of which Is not given, nor Is date.on which, the submarines wcro sighted mentioned.. fruit jai.'a, I am noir entirely well" Sfidimc R03INA POISiK. EOc. box, G for trill size 2-5c. At dealer! or postpaid bf Tis Limited. Otian. HEW RECORD FOR. FRENCH AIRMEN BUG, Oct. French aviator by Ignoring it. The. best'method is made a world's record Satur- tn ihr tho fullest publleity'and trust in the sound common sense of Canadian cit- to dp the rest when they once fully understand its final objective." Warmly Welcomed Duke Of Devonshire To Towns In Pass _______ j Blairmore Gives Him ;i Hearty] MENNONITES FINED Oct. neglect- ing to send tbe'Ir .children to school in accordance with the Manitoba School Attendance Act, five Mennon- ites in tbe Schanzonfield district were fined and costs at Wlnliler on Sat- urday. EARTHQUAKE AT MANILLA afternoon tor landing at a given spot when he ascended to a height Oi one thousand metres and came down within ntno feat oj'the spot indicated. Tho actual measurement was 2.60 metres. Fronval holds tho record for looping the loop. ACTION AGAINST SIR CLIFFORD DISMISSED Soldiers At Sanitarium MANILLA, Oct. severe earth- quake yesterday at Baguio, capital of Benquet province In Luzon, about 150 nnles of hero damaged the ob- TORONTO, Oct. r.ction of G. Holmes against Sir Cliiford Sif- ton for damages was dismissed on Saturday by Mr. JouUce Kelly, who .held that Mqlmes' slate- j ment of claim nor in his examinalipn I had ho disclosed nny ground ol action VANCOUVER; Oct. it win taio perhaps to raise the Grand Trunk PaciBc steamer Prince Rupert, which struck a rock in Swansea Bay, and place her iu commission again, stated Captain 0. Nicholson oi the Canadian. National Steamer Service, today. months will pass be- fore she is ready for sea. The hull damage is not yrry extensive, he said, but the'.interlpr is ruined. Tha sal- vaging crow is gradually, getting IhB vessel.hack on keel by of barges which are filled with water and then pumped ouL- PROSECUfE MANUFACTURERS HAMILTON, Ont., .Oct. H Schryburt, bt the: Domini on industrial census department, stated here on Sunday's Game The Last in Which Ihe Players Partici- pate in Receipts Oct. game was the last in which tha play- ers share In the receipts and tabula- tion o( !ho for tba Jive gamea shows that If Cleveland w'.ns the world's series cacu player on tbe American 'iBuguo will receive approximately while if.Brook- lyn wins, the National league ath letes will get only ?3951 each. This discrepancy U duo to Ihe tact that Brooklyn's: Ehare liiust split among 37 meu while only 22 Clevt- landors will te rewarded. Ono share In addition goes to Mrs. Chapman, widow of Hay Chapman. The Cleveland pluyors1 portion the'receipts us losers would prosiuiately encli, while -if Brooklyn! is defeated tho Dodgers will ho given. apiece. WON'T 'CHANGE MIND ON PROHIBITION AMENDMENT WASHINGTON. Oct. Bull- ed States supremo court refused to day-lo reconsider its decision of last Juno 7, sustaining validity of the pro- Make good stoves a doting utensils. WORLD'S SERIES COMPETITORS SIZED UP Saturday that he, would uroseciito amendment, and _partious of HamUtonltnanufa'cturers for tailing" or} tho enforcement act. fusing', make '-the; returns a for by, the 'department. (Special to The Herald) BLA.IRMOHE, Oct. BtairnToVe fsnd Frank citizens on Saturday after- noon were honored by a brief visit from His Excellency, the Dbke of Dev- and vice-regal party, who stop- ped here, on fheir return journey through the Crow's Nest Pass after haung visited the '.coast. The vice-regal train jarrived here shortly after five o'clock and tbe govr ernor general was greeted by the of- flcials ot the town, citizens, and the schoolchildren and.'cadets drawn up to nim as "representative bi King George. The national anthem; stepped from the. then read an address on behalf of. the citizens of the town to, which the -Duie .of Devonshire responded. Cit- izenb 01 me town 'were then presented to the distinguished visitor after which de inspected tho Echobl'chlldren and caSels "j JT Following His Eicel- l eatfred Mr. butii's auto and fc was driven to Frank where. 3 the in .the .Sanitarium, chat- ting with eich for a few. mlniites. The bpacul tram left Blairmore stopping at where the vice regal party Ji boarded ItHb continue their 'journey; servatory there, water on the military reservation and crack- ed a number of concrete walls. No loss of.lite was'reported. against Sir'Clifford Siiton. The plain- tie had entered the service 61 Sir Clifford on January'mt last, the night cf which a fire hroko out in Sir Clif- ford's home hero, and the plaintiff al IDCOO tliat as a result of .his staying iif the house tho night after the lira he had contracted influenza. TORONTO MAYOR NOT SURPRISED At SELFISHNESS DISPLAYED BY MONTREAL In connec- tion with the proposed sitting of the international vyat'erways commission In Toronto, this week, beginning on Tuesday, Mayer Church said lie was view Qf tho Montreal chamber" of commerce., "It is in accord frith the general policy to side-track 'the and added: "The'deepening of Ihe St. Lawrence 'canal would not interfere navigation in tho port of Mon- treal." PROSECUTE'COAL OPERATORS FOR PROFITEERING Oct. tion of anthracite coal operators for profiteering has been decided upon by Attorney-General Paliiier. who today ordered tbiit evidence bo gathered against-mine t'ue- uprtheast- eni-Penhsylvnnia field. t.New York Time s.) Brooklyn excels iu pitching. Cleveland U stronger behind the hat. The luHelds arc about erjual. Cleveland outfleldera arc superior iii all-around play.': As a.toam tiio Indiana have the greater hilling strength. In team Welding there Is no pro- nouiuicrl adyaptaga either, way.': Neither club haz a marked advac- tnge in baae-ruhning. Mauling the winner IB like tossing a coin. .deductions .drawn from an analysis covering the strong. and points in the play of r the world's series .contenders, .la tho. ef- fort to get the "Mold-you-so" class it would .u'o a simple Uilng to pick either, .as tho 'chauca '.o! qualifying: for 'the famous tciii 'joast would be an evea one as on tho other side.. liaEeball.u'u- certainty as one check and the fact that good nitcfiins ccn.stop good hit- ling as is sheer giiess-wprk to or Indians 'as i. STATE TROOPER MAKES A HAUL HAUMON, N. stale trooper overtook a speeding auto here tonight, seized four cases'of opium and arrested two men. in the car, Jean Alfred and Leon Contoon. Tbe troop- ej said they told ilm they wero .route to Canada, In tho neighborhood of Marseilles ha.T< overflowed. Railroad and, highwa{ communication arouud Nice aaT< been Interrupted. TORRENTIAL FALL' IN FRANCE PAItIS, Tqrren'tial rains in virtually all parts havo sent rivers out of their banks and have re- sulted in. heavy property damage. Along the Mediterranean coast the storm Is 'still raging and. several .rivers A safe Vsi tttetiiri j to relicre the pmtns oi Xbcirmttism. Sciatica. Lame Bkk aM u Haraiio's Wizard Oil It (ritrs qoicily. driyti odt tic sore' ness, and ep fltt joifitt ffidiclcj. Wizard Oil is a good deaudabU prepiratton to in nc mtfr cice for firrf aid wteo'tit doctor may be far swiy. wilt find almost daily nSta for it in of saiden or accidents ftncb as sprainf brntsest cnts; bttfiu, and trin jj. JtJ5t as rtCabK too, 'for' and Al t If roc or ikk uj Jut jJcuut Httlt pflli V Cuticura Soap AND OlMlEIflt Clear (he Skin J.- Howurd Halpsjiny, of Ottawa, was .killed when a motor car was struck. 1 DREAD H ills Medical science has proven this. Diseased conditions, which not Ion? unable '.3 trace to a are now known often to be the result of Pyorrhea germs that breed in pockets about the teeth. Rheumatism, znaemia, nervous disorders and other diseases have been traced in many cases to this Pyorrhca infection. Don't kt Pvorrhea work its wicked Viatyburdcntistfrc- gum inspectiox AMttalthyoujfutiuyoxtseiS. Pyor- rhea, which afflicts four oat of five people over forty, begins with tender and bleeding gums'; then tha gums re- cede, the teeth decay, loosen and fall out, or must b a extracted to rid tha systemofpoifonsger.eratedattheirbass. Forhan's For the Guraa vrill prevent died: its progress, if used in time and used consistently. Ordl- rary dentifrices cannot do liiii. Kor- lian's keeps the gums hard and healthy teeth white and clean. Start us- ing it has set in, Forhan's according to directions and consult a dentist immediately for EOi; in Omada nnd V. S. If your, diuggiol cannot supply jou, send price to us direct and we will nail tube postpaid, LTD., You'U Enjoy Either Flavor uit Afford Toron'i s in; litr.ens. EOc. a toi; all Hales tr Cu., lAm a ttetj if yoil latnUcvc n stamp to f'Ar Just so ypu can have the flavor you like most, without sacrificing Chiclet quality, Chiclet daintiness, or the joyous Chiclet A.dams Chiclets now come in two flavors. The famous superfine Adams Peppermint. A new Tutti-Frutti Chiclet, conceived by a corps of Adams who hayc gathered from the' four %corners of the wprld essences jedolent of the mos't glorious of Nature's products. The choice is five cents. Just see that the name "Adams is on the packet. I an Adams product, particularly prepared Tutti-Frutii Chiclets in the Pink Packet Peppermint Chiclets in ike Yellow and Gold Packet ;