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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF TEN THE LETHBF1DGE DA HA' HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEU 7. 1920 Workers Seize j Metal Factories j In Sunny Italy! Government (o Attempt to Solve j Th.e Ihc j Trouble j HOME, Sept. oillo-l lals'wljl open negotiations with the general Industrial conference at Milan on Thursday with a view to solving the problem presented by the seizure' by workers of metal factories through- qut Italy. It Is estimated ihat 400 of tho largest metal works in Italy have. tesa occupied by mechanics and work-; the movement is stilt expand- ing. threatening lo extend ti> the ex-, .trcme southern end o! the Elaborate steps aave taken 'jy tho government to presen? order i But "Fniit-a-tNes" Brought Health and SireBglh LLOYD ROBERTS w p( I'reojier George. tho government to presen? order i m I-ICUJILT during the period when a general of- who-is visiting Ciinaija for tho pur- fcnslve against all Industries is poso of studying labor threatened. I----------- threatened. JIauutacluKrs declare that the wage increases demanded by Ihc metal workers employed by them would add at least one billion lire to their payroll, and that this burden not be 'sustained. 29 ST. Ross ST., "I afia writing you lo trll you awe my to This nietliciue relieved me when I !md given uji hope of eier j well. I was a terrible sufferer from had suffered for years; and nothing 1 took did roeanvgocd. 1 read about "Frnit-a-Uvcs" and tried them. Aftertakingafetrboies, oftfi a vmr.dtrful medicine titcJffivai fruit juicts, I am now entirely well" Madame ROSINA F01SIX. 50o. i box, 6 for J2.W, trill size 25e. At ill dealers or teed postpaid bj Frait-s-iives Limited. Ottawa.' TORONTO. Sept. Canon Plumptrc, M.A., in an address to the Canadian Guild of 'Organists at St. James' Cathedral, said that the. time had come when the must be at its very best to hold the people; tho prayera must be related .more to overy. day problems and the music o! the highest quality. Canon Plumptre re- marked that he had several times re- fused to sanction the rendition of profane music at weddings, as he felt it .would bo ol little avail if the at- mosphere of reverence was lessened by the introduction of love songs, which could be heard auy lime at home. Even in the selection of hymns the greatest care should be exercised. Some hymns were mere doggerel, un- worthy for church or any other place; gome-were sickly sentiment. PREMIUM PAID ON EACH BABY AFTER FIRST THREE Defends Sam Go.mpers and DC noil rices Toroirto Trades and Labor Council PARIS, Sept. encour- age the birth rate the authori- ties of one district have de- cided to pay mothers for each child over the'first three. TORONTO. Sept. notable fea- ture of the speaking at tho Labor Day demonstration at the csbiltiSion was the advocacy of moderation aud the dcnuncialio'n of oxlrctno measures the pa'vt of la'oor representatives. SeiEt. McNamara, labor-soldier mem- ber of the Ontario legislature for HIv- erdale, Toronto, was particularly de- nuucialory of the Socialists and other labor issues. He strongly condemned Socialism and its kindred "Jsms" which he char- acterized as'a 'damnable curse" to the allied cause since 1914, and a help to Germany. Mr. McNamsrn' sala he got ashamed when he heard doctrines of 'sovielism" preached-In broken English, on the floor ot the-Toronto district trades and labor council. He urged members of unions to exercise their ballots at labor meetings In order that sane and progressive principles would be adher- ed to. Expressing indignation at avoidable criticisms, at labor meetings of Sam- uel Gompere, president of the Amer- ican Federation of Labor, Sergt. Major JIc_Namara declared that "in spite of is' long residence in the United tales. Sam (fompers has never ceas- 11 to ring true to his Saltish nativity." THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Sends an En- couraging Letter to Expectant Philadelphia I too. Lyjia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- 1 before my biby was born and i this made me much better in (health. (very ill when my otbtr chlloren I born, but with thi: I one I much Heiaa IblghealUiyboynow, I tbrce yeats old, I1 believe it waa ________________I Lydie E. Vezettblc Componnd mode me so well. It Is, certainly a good medidtw forereryworoan. Icannotsaytoomuch bi its faror, you may publish my W. PJULLIPS, Avenoe, West. Phiia., Pa, The that thousands of women from all parbsof the country write such tatters M that this famous old root and herb remedy, LydiaE.Pinkhum's Vege- table Compound, has brought health and hsppinws into their lives.once bur- dened with and illneas. For specUt mdviee in regard to Lydia E. Finkham Med- Idne Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of fta yerin experioaca is at your PIMPLES ITCHED AND JSOJWEO FaceWasBadlyDlsfigured, Cutlpura Soap and Ointment Healed, "CnaU, red pimples and black- begin on my face and my fact WB3 badly disfigured. Sotas of the pltnplea fes- tered whtb othas over acdlherewereplacc3 wbera tba pirnplss r.-crc in Welches. used to Itch tnd bain "I tut an. odvirtiM- tneit forCutloira and I fried Ihtm, They stopped Itehiny und Ing and 1 four cttso of Soap ind threa boiea of OIntaint which baled (Sighed) Miw V. A. Ilayw, Stoj moot j N. 8., Dtc, 28, '1 5, 16 uj goe. mioion. Canadian St. Pat.1 Sfc, irilkcvt Would Be'No Kural Uepopuhi- _.tion if Profits Were Large Like Textile Co. OWEX SOl'XD. Out.. Sepl. l.but. HOD. M. i i'. 1'., minister without in the Ontario governuieui. at joiat plciiii: of Labvr. {'uitfd l-'urmers of Ontario and war veterans here yes- i terdj'y, warned the not to pay I much attention riiticfaus of the, I government for Its ;itliiude on Ihe i hydroradlal project i-.s those who (were-doing tho mosi ulkltiB tod sel- ICsh interests to serve- Referring !o tbo timber inquiry bo- I fore Justice niddell and Latchford, Col. Carmlchael expressed the opinion that some of the co-railed leading clt- jlzens should be severed pmibhed. Jllss McPhail, atro' lor uf ihe United Farm Women of Ontario In .Vorih York satd there was a great wail over rural depopulaSion. farming pays fhreo hundred ten per cent., like Ihe Dominion T'-xtile she declared, "you ill have to erect barbed wire to keep the people off the farms." Child Dies After Eating. Vegetables Fresh from Garden S'rin. diet of ruv green pens, string beans uml carrots was responsible for the death of a iwp-year-cUl child in Tuietio 1'ark sub- in tbo caBi o'nd of tlio dtv 1 u rouple of days ago. The little one (wandered iuto tbe garden wid wiilit no one walchiag. succeeded In getting teed of uucooked-vegetables. Two Idays later the child died. j Cosimentiug upon this case! Dr. tho city medical health officer, .stressed the. importance of pareiita i inking particular ore that tbe chil- dren do not pick up things to cat out of doors, especially at this lime ot the year, when children are running- at large and when intestinal trouble- Is easily set up. Seven Millions To Bring Water to Sask. Cities (Fiom Onr Own Correspondent) OSIOX Sept. Consolidated school reoneued on Monday, August 30ttf after a ,four- weeks' vacation. Miss Cress returned and took charse ot the juniors. The board has had some trouble in getting a teacher for the senior grados. Jlrs. A. Darby is taking charge of them until another teacher IB so-cured, to trouble with bis car on Sunday the Rev. G. Woods was prevented from gelling back to Orion In tiruo to take the afternoou ser- vice. Rev. H. C. Woods and W. J. 1'e'ck iverc-representnUves'froiii hero to the Presbytery., held at Medicine Hat. Sept. 2nd. Mr. J. Sinkller has gone" to Fore- most to help in the threshing opera- tions there. Mr. Claude Smith left here on Wed. nesday for Portland. Oregon', where ho will spend tho winter. The month of tAUgust will count amongst tho dry months of Ihe year, the recorded rainfall: ouly amounted lo .37. SASKATCHEWAN GOVT. PROTECTED THE FARMERS KEG1XA, Sepl. five hun- dred Saskatchewan farmers, who, ow- ing to crop failure, were unable last year to'iueet their notes given for lum- ber and agricultural implements, or to pay tho interest or principal fall- ing due on their real estate mortgages, were protected by the provincial gov- ernment. The government interceded with tlic'ir creditors and secured ex- lEini: of credit for tbera. This was made public recently by Kdward Oliver, secretary of fie bureau of sta-' tistics of the.'Saskatchewan depart- ment of agriculture, ivho was desig- nated by the to fcanrfin this work. IlEGIN'A. Saskatchewan, Seplem- j tor Seven million dollars Is' minimum cost at which the south-1 part of tho province can be I plied with' water from tho South I ktttchewaii river. This is the estimate j of the Saskatchewan Supply i- company, and is based on a wood] (slave pipe liuo being used. If a cou-l Crete pipe line is adopted the cost j will be eleven million dollars. Should it bo found necessary'to adopt tills f type of construction to make the' scheme a success, it would be finan- cially Impracticable at the present time, according to Major A. J. Me- 1 Vherson, chairman of. the commission. A steel pipe line would cost thlrtceu million dollars. MANITOBA SHEEP AND SWtNE SALE OCT. 27TH iossed Ocean Confined In A Black Hole BRAKDAX, Sepl. Manitoba Sheep and Swine Breeders'. Associa- tion has decided to bold their annual sale on October 27. The sale yiU be- open to pure..bred males .ami females, and grades .under four years old., The swine sale Is limited to pure bred, males and females.. Entry -for the sale closes October 9. .RECTOR ASKED TO GO OR LIVE AS JANITOR sept, a re- suit of trouble between Rev. Per- ctval Mayes, rector of St, Mark's Anglican church and his parishioners, which began early in the symmer over a garden party held by the church, a special meet- ing of St, Mark's vestry has ask- ed the rector, to leave. It has been jntlmaled that if (he remains in charge of the parish 'his stipend will be reduced to the same sum that [s paid the care-taker of the church. Some time ago Rev. Mr. Mayes was told that it would be better if he re-, signed his charge: but, it is said, he declined to [p unless directed by the bishop lo do so, or was provided with another charge by the bishop. Hearst Campaign Doesnl Please Canadian Clubs Lloyd George Invited (o Visit Canada on First Oppor- tunity i Sept. Sir i Arthur Currie delivered a brilliant !address in opening the'cighth confer- once of Canadian began j B two-nay session in tho medical build- Ing ot" McGIll University .yesterday. The Rov. Herbert Syinpnils. rector of Christ church, followed with an ad- dress of welcome to the delegates, r A cordial Invllatioiv-'was extended to Premier Lloyd GcorgfeUo Can- ada us soon as he oppor- tunity. It-was also to sent a cable to KingriGcorpp n AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Baking Powder is of the most important food ingredients. Alum or other Injurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost of production. Contedr.s No Alum It is a. pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to bethe best, purest and most health- ful baking powder possible to produce. W. Matthew Williams, in of eaysi are ihe bone- making materiel of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous matter." Made in Canada. fe cable of greeting lo tlio Prince of Wales, as patron ot the Associated Canadian clubs. There are over fitly delegates in at- tendance at the congress representing all the large clubs from Victoria to Vancouver and Vancouver lo Halifax and St. John, and it is a noticeable feature that of this number over half are tho fair sex, representing tho women's Canadian clubs. On liehulf of the Canadian clubs ot Winnipeg, an Invitation was extended by Mr. Craig'that next year's meeting be held in that city, and the invita: tioii was unanimously adopted. A resolution yra's unanimously adopt- ed drawing the attention of Ihe gov- ernment to ficiirst anti-British propa- gandpi in Caur.da'apd aldo-drev.- the attention of the Canadian clubs to the matter, with recommendations that be taken .to find' a. remedy for thin 'affairs.'" Frost in Renfrew did considerable -iaiiiage lo late vegetables. Beating The Street Railway Is Popular Among the Women LONDON, Sept. have noticed that women aro tho morn numerous said Sir John Knlll, at tho Mansion House police-court-tho other day, when several persons were fined, for travelling on the Metropolitan itaihvay without paying their fares.. The company's "That is the company's experience, too." Two of tho persons fined were young women employed In city of- fices. MONTREAL POLOISTS WERE VICTORIOUS MONTREAL, Sept. players from the Montreal'Polo club yester- day., afternoon .successfully.i.defendcd the Grenfeld trophy, emblematic of the polo- championship of against the Toronto club team by u score of seven goals to three. YOliKV Sepl. living or ten a black' hole four feet sit, whicli at Umes was flooded a oot deep with salt water, Jean Tuck- r, 22 years of age, a .voiilig English woman, wns lifted out by oilicc-rs of he American lines Philadelphia In L fainting condition, antl was detained ts a stowaway. She was BO Veak she jould scarcely stand nloae and wns covered with mat and grime from ly- ug on tho iron plates. The young womau is said to have I >een smuggled on board the liner in Southampton on Friday night, Aug. 20.1 iy Bilward Manning, a fireman. The Nrcman la alleged to have declared I ;hat unless tho young woman came Lo New York and married him would commit suicide. Bridge Whist Drive Labor Day Feature Imperial Press Trip COBALT, Sept. bridge whistj drive was in full swing today between Timmins and Cobalt aboard tho Can- adian Pacific Imperial Press Special.! The participants numbered among I them Lord and Lftrty Burnham. Sin Frank, and Lady Newnca, Sir Elmsleyl and Lady Carr of London, Messre. I Macdonald and Marshall, nlso ol Lon- don, Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax ot Australia, and many other distinguished guests ol tho Canadian Press. On.Saturday and Sunday nights a song festival In tho observation cars furnished tbe entertainment ol tho evening and dovcloptMl a classic taste among the guests. Kaust and Verdi. Baivlf, with the works ol the moro modern composers formed a large part of tho programme. A special din- ner tonight on the Canadian Pacific ilinlng car Is !o be a continuation ol tbo closing festivities of tho Imperial Press tour through Canada. ITALY'S SHARE IN AID FOR FOODSTUFFS ROME. Sept. llnllnn and German food ministers yesterday held DID nrst of n series of meetings with lirlltfl] and French experts with Ihc purpose of dBlermiipliif; Tt.ily's siiarn in the Hd'.anccs lo Germany for food- sluffn, in acccirdaiico with the ijps WINS A MINUTE MAKING A TOTAL OF IN CASH PARIS, Sept. wonderful run of luck greeted the Greek ship owner Vallane. at the Casino at Deauville, when he dropped (n casually ami began lo play Ihe riaccnral. He won In 210 minutes, more than per minute. Ideal Health Regulator Try it when your Head aches, Try it when the stomach is upset. Try it when the bowels are costive or con- stipation IB becoming chronic, Try it when you are not feeling well or are bothered with indigestion, i Try it when you wake up tired and un- refreshed. Try it when you are nervous. Try it when there is pain in the Try it when the skin is sallow or pimples disfigure the complexion. Try it when the breath is heavy. Try it'whenever you do not feel up to the mark, Pleasant to for every member of the family ;