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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HblUtJUt; IJAlLiX FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1921 One-Tenth of the People of United States Live in Three Large Cities; The Hit of the Three of UncJe Sam's Ciiies Have Over a .Million Population f.v Vork WASHINGTON. Sept. About 1'Wtl'ltlphU one-tenib of the iieoplv of Untied Dctroll States'lire in the cities of New York. 'Chicago and Philadelphia, while wore St. one-quurtor livo in C? cities nav- Boston .ing a population of W.C'09 or moro. i Bsltlaiorf statistics of Ihe Fourteenth Cen- I'lttsVdre BUS are expected to show. Ixw Angeles- The Hires cities with pnpi-lailon's' FraTK-isci> of e-r more--STcw York, t'hl- Buffalo case and a com- Milwaukee bipod population of saov.--. Washington lag aa Increase of J.'iH.olT or N'ctvark 39.5 per cent. !n the ten years Coal of Van- (who have not as yet uci'eptod the Joint Agreement) are'all the ByiteuitimU are I'ayins largo salaries to their emissar- ies to carry un this very proraganila. It would he to know how j much the One Big Union lenders get tor tixhtlns Ihe cheek-off system. Surely they nro not such simpletons as I to bo doius this work for noihiue; v.-heu there is a "slush fund" of millions that Is being used tor this purjwte. 11 ivould nUo be Intoresling for the tuin- i of IS to knon- where Iba funds come trim; to support the "SoarthHsht." When Mr. Uawton was Odltlnj; and innnaelns tho "Dijtrkl hw tery soon ran that paper Into the tola, iKitvilhslundlnj the fan had the combined support of- the mliii; workers ot DUiric-l IS. New Ihf.t ho has come tulo tho open and i newspapers. tUC AJO.U J VI J UUIl (LUU lUMt no longer will allow .-abotage of himself up with the Industrial I lier victory" ot both Canada and to sum up public feel- Slatea to light the.organized eipreSScd uy the .nine himself open to euEciclou. 'the iiiouey comes from eomewhera. Where iloos it come from? ROUT. MVETT, JAS. MOOXEY. Industrial Commission V SI WA Caleary. Sept. 20. 1920. People's Forum I Say Cohan, Actor, Lost Heavily In Baseball Betting Trenton. -X. J..... 1 Nashville.' Tenn. Salt Lake ,Clly Camdcn, J. iN'orfnlk, Ya....... Albany. NVy..... Lowell, ilaiis. Wilinington, Uel... Cambridge, Maps.. Reading, Pa. I SpoXane. Wash. j Kansas City, Kacs. I Vonkers, X. y. titith Hichmonil, Va., 39th city io 1910, has not ytt heen announced. Its ad- j tiamblers Declared To 15c Bleed- ing Baseball and Corrupt- ing Ball Players 1C9.654 CHICAGO, Sept. ol a report that George M. Cohan, aclor, an'd Mont Tenness ol Chicago, had lost large'sunis bet on last year's world series was understood today lo- be under consideration by Hie county grand which next Tues- day will resume gathering testimony U.M.W. of A. AND O.B.U. Calgary, Sept. 1S20. Eiiitor, l.olhbrldgo Herald, I.ethbrldsc. Alberta. Tho United Mine Workers of Amerl- _____ ca hare an AErocmeiil with The iern Canada Coal Operators' Associa- tion who iiroduces a very large por- ccntairc of coal mined in Alberta land KfiBlcrn Drlltsll Columbia. The j Ciuvcnintenl Is a party lo th? lAgree- j nieul ;md assisted In making (and are now maintaining an office in j Caliarj for Iho puniose Ol jjsslBttns in tarrying out tho lerras of llitfi Agrecjinent. Tho O.B.U. leaders are do- ilnfe' all lu their power to get the miners lo abrogate, this figrccment by misrep- resentation and llicrc'by disrupting Ihe friendly relationship between Iho oper- ators and the miners aa well us cur- tailing the production of coal at this lime of the year'by strikes when coal jls r.ceded badly. Therefore, the JIluo Workers have gotten oul u pamphlet, which 1 herewith enclose n copy, lor the purpose o( overcoming iiie O.U.U. leaders misrepresentation and If you see lit to publish same in your paper 1 am ol the opinion that it will be a ueneft to.the entji-e community and we wlir appreciate the samo. 1 am, yours truly. JAS. MOONBY, Acting Chairman ot Commission, dition to the above list will complete j the country's cities having or i moro population. of charges that the scries was "fixed" 101.177 so that the Cincinnati Reels would win.! Published reports loss-! es at and Tcimess' at 000. The Inquiry .into the To the Mine Workers of District 18, SINISTER INTERESTS TRYING TO SPLIT NATIONS IN TWAIN liOSTO.V, Sept. Sir Mapltiscf, Arthur Currle, principal of McGil -Montreal, addressing the United Mine workers of America charges is to" be to the limit, according to a statement by llenry E. llrigham, foreman tbQ grand jury, who declared that he was "shotted at the rottenness so mr rovciilcil." He ailded "that Chicago. Ken York. Cin- cidnali and St. Ixtuis are bleeding baseball and" corrupting players." U. M. W. of A. In every modem city or town we have n municipal water system, sewer- V.ZQ Fvstcni, fire department, police de- partment and frea- public schools, With such of those institutions that are sliil privately for liy stance, the water people arc obliged to pay directly to the The'grand Jury today was also pre-lwalcr cuniiutny for the privilege of pared lo investigate a'statement print- using the water, while the publicly liy several newspapers iiuoiinK P.an j owned institutions, such as tho fire which brought to an end last sel light the annual convention of the Na- 'Johnson, president of Iho American j department and the schools, are mis- Life Underwriters' Association, 'eague, as saying tile Wiiile Sos mined liy n system ot taxation. NATJONAL RAILWAYS INCREASED EARNING otter otert Jin- to etowlnz wo tre pared ilon ot special bttentloa. Sound inilustrlaacftD buklne for ourpraotlotl ftdTlfiorr can ka a.11- ImporUnt in tho OJ in 7 In UNION BANK OF CANADA TORONTO.' Sept. earn- nss of the Canadian National Hall- ways for the week ending September i 1920. nlnounted to com-! iared wltli In Ihe same week i ast year, representing an increase of I207.SIS. j From January 1. 1920. to dale, gross I earnings amounted to suys j :ho weekly report Of Vice-president A, I 0. Mitchell. This compares 71M33 in the corresponding period' asl-year. shows uu increase of' Jt.072.075. Lefhb'ridge Branch Branches also at Cardston and Barons C. C. King, Manager MONTREAt NEW YORK NEW MANAGING EDITOR FOR LONDON NEWSPAPER LONDON, n. Ford, who comus io Ihe London Free Press BS managlu? editor In place of the. late Alfred E. Miller, is a native of j Western Ontario, having been born al Point Edward. He is tho Eon of I Rev. J.'E. Ford, a minister of Ihe] Jlcthodlst church. WILL BUILD HOMES IN SASKATCHEWAN HEQINA, Sept. company Is being organized here to be known as the Allied Building and I-oaniilK com- pany. H Is planned to build homes all over Saskatchewan and to soil them on easy forms to local citizens. It is announced that 50 houses will be built in Reglna this full ur early in tho spring. said "that. Canada desired "a league rjf friendship belween Ihe great Anglo. nations of the world." He declared there ivere "sinister interests at trying to split the friendship between the United Stales and (jrea.1 Britain." Itchlnc, bleed- lug, or Protrud- ing files. Ko surgical opcr. atlon required. Dr. ChMi's Ointment will TcHcrcyou al onca and anord listing benefit. COO. a boi; all I or TMmansort, Ratca Co., Limited, 1 Toronto. Sample Hoi luse if you uioniioa icta and to pa------ would not dare to win tins year's pen- nant from Cleveland, according to n If llio maintenance ol these InsUtit- was lo voluntary contribu- ports reaching liim, hecause the gnm-itlon not one man in a hutidrad would bltng syndicate threatened tq nxposc volnutccr Jo their baseball players luvolvetl in the scandal. Mr. Johnson -svas out of town today could not be reached. .Imply cease to exist as uubllc InslltU- lions. Progress would be turned back- wards a thousand years, ami every- thtap. even surli matters ifa school In the same statcmont. lyir. Johnson education, would become the excluslvfi fs (inoted as saying: j privllcse of the owning class. This ''The percentaKC of dishonest base- hall players is very small but we have some. I am determined thftt baseball shall be divorced- from gambling and that the black sheep shall be driven from the game. would result finally not only In a mon- opoly of tlic economic sources of life but would give iho owning classes a monopoly of tho educational Institu- tions 33 well. Therefore, these Insti- tutions have been made democratic so "Unquestionably (here was n lot of that everybody may lake advantage ot them and a tax la levied which corn- money bet games last year. the Ci'ndnuati-Soi York mail Canada's Overseas Trade is said lie won in -two bets.1 Charles "Buck" ilorzoe, who wai accused yesterday by "Hubo" Benlon of offering him money to lose a game announced today lhat he would appear before tho grand jury and demand to be heard. "A careful man does ijot need, to tell t you he is League. says the Safety Sea-borne Land-borne More than half this land-borne trade is ultimately in Foreign Ships, Every pound of Canadian products shipped from a port outside Canadian territory retards our maritime growth, weakens our national prosperity and places control of a part of our sea-borne commerce in the hands of a competitive nation. Th< Navy League of Canada. AFTER SUFFERING A MM. King Was Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham'. Veg- elable Compound. was aconsUntsuf- ferer from femole troobte fur about t year. I hid rtairu in pack and stomach, in fact all me, andwaa nil rondown. Afrlendof rninewu cured ol the trouble by Lydia K. Plnkfiatn's I look it and it me heilth and flrenglh and made -------------------Jt_fnnnot prii.'c vout VtgotabloComrxiunp toohighly, anrj yotJ may pobiidi my leitlrne-nlal UK ft be the means of helping some other tuffpring JRFOT K.INO, 105 WtstCfltnpbcllSlreet, Kanaai, Tho jrcat ruraher of imsoliriud tinionWf on file ot thn Pinkham Lab- oratory, many of whkh ore from f to time published hy permission, BM fLydiaE.PW prouf of ths value of Ly kh Actable Compound, in (he treatment of female ills. Erery ailing wdman in tlie United Shlti In .cordlnlly Invlitd io Ihe Lydin E. PinVham Medicine Co. Lynn, MBSE.. for It in to hring Toll pels everybody to contribute his pro- porllonn! share to their maintenance. If a man falls to pay his taxes hla property Is seized upon by Iho com- uionweallh and sold to cover his pro- portional share of the takes. Only the slacker, the shirker, tho fellow who wants society to protect him and his nnd to educate his child- ren and who is himself too mean to contribute hl3 mite to maintain these institutions protasis against paying a just nnd ociullable tax. It ts the same- type of a man who protests against paying dues Into his Union. He knows, if he knows any- Slilng. fh.it hours nre shortened, wages increased and working conditions Im- proved only Ihrongh the power of the Union, ttxperlence has taught man nature being .13 It mer, will not voluntarily pay dues Io Iho Union any moro than thoy will volini' (arily pay laxcs Io the city in which they live, hcncii Iho checfc-oft syalem. It in the only democratic system over devised lor making the slacker, Ihs jhlrker, the Ingralc, do his honest part. Tlicro Is but one class in tho world loflny dial can logically fight tlic check-off system, and that is tho litrgc corporations which have In themselves become Iptlus'.rlnl autocracies. These corporations know.Hint largo bodies of men cannot be moved in any ono direction without discipline. They know that without discipline it Is Im- possibfo Io organise largo bodies of nicn Into one solid body wllh nny measure of pcfmaneiicy, nnd wllhout it pflrmnnorit organization Ihcre txtn bo no such thing ns ft Joint Agree- ment. They Vnou- that tho check-off la Ihe only method ever devised Mr organizing tho workers Into ono solid Iridiutrlnl Army. AVItti Idly drpanizcil the workers can osUb- llih tltelr rlfilitB'fthd have thorn set forth in it Joint Agreement, without the check-off wo can have no solM or- ganization; without a solid organize lion wo tan have no joint agreement, arid without a joint agreement aro Iho vsrlect kind of Ini'tstrlal slaves. Hence these Iniiiialrlal Atitocran flgln thd check-off syslcm nnd every man who flshts ngnlnut Iho check-off ays- fein Is either In the employ of these in- dustrial autocrats or ho ought to tie, 11 ho Is uot UXHI he Is making him- A flat" AC tht'-eoantrr motor Io lie this Is In enjoj-abl? tfayl But how the dm! Dies u you ifhli roidl It your ud Truly it h that erum ii dy to ymt. A Aim of pairdcr and a fotlvh of Ktizt men in will tuant iia chana, Stud IOB. to 914 St. r.ul SI. MoDtrul. for t. eraw of jKrfUTne. kin Ir r sj Pb IQ ;