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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19T8 PAGE Tims.a THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA S By Wellington I AT THE MUNITION KAC-r ; ^r-^ToRY;--^ 'Art pF-^ /^SSl^/c^hTr'yA HIRED (�litrhihl, Itia, I., Mi*��il)*> I'fjlai* tTrfll* taf Cf�(i( flrOiXi i^ir�l� hMT 1t)Y?lKlHlS BQ^D mm NNHWOF lT?r- WHV-F=OAH �AT PRW.� t-EQ-E. IHE PAYS ME ^352 oF^E^^iS^ ;rHAY I PAY HIM? C AH^ I PAY PERTH' ^RU&YH'ASSISTANT -1 EATS? KERENSKY TO BLAME FOR TROTSKY BEIi NROSSIA TODAY Ottawa, Oct.'11-C. If. Caliaii, K.C., the recently appolntefl directo!' of-, jiiiblic safely, in n atatement indicat-Ihk the purposes! for which the new (iepartment has been created and the field which it will cover, .says that the decision to organize the department is the result of a request made by Sir Hohort IJorden to him five inonths ago to make careful inViuiry into the activity of certain emissaries, of the l^ol- shevilvi operaliug in certain industrial centres iji Canada. After reviewing the operations in the Uni(;ed States of Leon Trotzity and J^eniue, Mr. Calian sa'ys: "Sir rercy Sherwood, chief commissioner of Dominion police, got his clutches upon Trotzity and would have lu'lit iiini interned in Xova Scotia except tor the mistaken intervention of 11h3 KerensUy government," The statement then reviews the operations of Bill Phatoff and a prominent I. \V. \V. worijer who is now a menil)er of Trol7ky's council at Pet-roKrad. as well as those of another Uussian named Martoff, an T. W. W. worker now "prominent in the Bolshs-vil:i councils of Russia. 'I'he statement continues: "In the latter months of 1917 and (luring the present year, these Bolshe-viki leaders have dispatched emissaries to the United States, where by reason of their former association with the I. W. \V. and ot>ver anarchi.st societies and by the liberal uio of Go;man funds, they have caiT.ed ou n v^ry successful propaganda,^ wlilch has now spread across the border into Canada. "itovolutionary .asBociations have beep formed in at !i-ast 20 induiitrial centre:-! througho'.it Canada and the.^e aic now carry'.ni; oii A very active pi' iTigandu. "A mass of revolutionary literature has reached Canada direct from the Ued Guard associations iu' Finland fi'om Petrograd. "The Canadian Labor leaders have evidently kept free from and have giveji no encouragemen,t to this agitation. "It is the evident int*ntion of these agitators in Canada, as well as iu the United .Statoa to organize the socialist and foreign elements of our popnla-lion tor the purpose of creating a sentiment here in favor of an international peace at aiiy price. "These agitatorii haV-3 ilius fjr acted on the foreign element of our population and their efforts are chiefly confined to the industrial towns. "The existing laws, including orders and regulations recently enacted under the War Mpasureji act, are suffl-�ciently explicit to enable the govern-jnent and police authorities to deal lirmly with the matter, the importance of which may easily be exagger- ate!, l)ut v.-lilch cannot be ovei'lookod "Having carefully investigated the ma(,tor at the re