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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta P.O.BOX 24-. PHONE Ttt THOUGHT The only exclusive Hardware 9tore in Lethbridge. HAPPY THOUGHT STOVES We have just received a shipment of thorn; celebrated Stoves. We have been i.i the Stove business a good many years, but we have never seen their equal, of latest design, fully iiicklwl, nnd at very low prices. We invito you in to see The prettiest Range you ever saw in your life ..................Even if you do not buy.................. AUTOMOBILES Kt'iiieinber that we can give yon either 2-seat Buna-bout, 4-seat Runabout, or n large Touring Car at very low prices. We guarantee they will go where no other cars will go. They excel in apce:! and hill climbing.- They will be running years from now. when other makes are in the scrap hen p. Cull and get our prices or write for booklet Remember wo positively guarantee to save yon at least $5.00 on every bill of 150.00. We sell 8toves on the monthly plan, if desired, or a liberal discount for cash. I In* statutes n ml I tint well- absolutely pro . pltutiro with I ho directors li>Iii>ihI from altering the terms of employment ii'ijii'i'l wages or hours ponding investigation. The miners continued work until the ills- K|oiii a oiuitrovcrslnl point of view Iht* attitudes of ihi' minora uml operators toward tit,* working of the now l^ihor Disputes Act ami tho Popart-mi'iit ol Labor at Ottawa, occupies lhi' chief iitti'Utiou. KjU'Ii side Ik hi-crned of breaking or evading tho law Tho purtiiuliir cIuuson In ipios lion are sections ,"iT anil ."K, whioh i,Mid ns follows: | Kmployors iin,| employes shall give |iit li'itst. thirty days' notico of an in-tindod change nffcriltig conditions of employment vvilb respect to wages or hours; nml in on cry oaso where a dispute has boon rofenvil to n hoard Acreage in part of the the South West City (South and nit II the dealt Willi I ho parties sluill alter men I with East of Grounds). If you with us. the Exhibition dispute has boon finally l�y the l ii hi r. I. neither of nor tho employe* nhVcti'd the conditions of employ-ivs|h>et to wages or hours have any, list it Y.S.Shepard LIMITED or on account of the dispute, do. or )�> concoriiod in doing, directly or in lirectly, anything in tho nut tiro of a lockout or Htrike, or a suspension or discoid iniinnco of employment oi work, hut the relationshi|> of fill ployor nml employee is to colli iliuo uninterrupted by tho disput.--. or anything arising mil nf the dispute; hut if, in tho opinion of the hoard, either pnrtj uses this or any other provision of this ocl for Iho purpose, of unjustly maintaining a given condition of at fuilit through delay, ami the hoard so reports to tho minister, such parly shall ho guilty of an ofTonso, and l'ahlo to tho same penalties as arc imposed for n volition of the next preceding sect ion. Any employer declining or causing n lockout contrary to tho provisions nf this nit shall lie liable to a liu> of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars for encli day or pint of u day that such lockout exists. Tile'position of the minors nml the operators with regard to tho work-ini{ of this chime is u(.|| given by the Cnlgury Herald Briefly the miners' position is this After the breaking up of the joint conference in Culgnry, each side returned homo, the miners having through their representatives given notice for nn investigation board, iiccording to the new act. Shortly after their rut urn the following not -ire was posted "Notice is hereby given by Hie Crow's Mont I'uss foul Co., Ltd., lo Ihi'ir employees and to such ol" them as are nienibors of the United Mine Workers of America, District Xo. \H, that the following scale of prieosund tho following terms and conditions shall bo in olToct and govern the pur-tlos for two years, commencing May 10, A.I).. 1907, the Crow:s VestPass Con! company being willing to meel in confer, nee sixty days prior to May It). J.l>.. 1U�1�. to discuss a renewal of scales and conditions Thesescnles and conditions are to govern all I mines, cokoo veils, and outside plant o| orated Ivy the I'rovv's Nesi p�-. Coal Co . I'd " 'I'liO scale of wages is too long to ' reproduce, bin it involved r.'ducl ions ' nbouI eipial to or more than the in creeses asko I fi r b,\ the miners, I'he coiisi'ipn nee of this bombshell was groili indignation amongsi the m.mi. Hint as a result, of a muss meet ing the r feivnduin was tukoii to decide pi.ut it-it 11 > whether thev would strike or not against those terms The result oj thai vote is now well known for an overwhelming mnjoriiv of the men voted lorn sirike. The adroit part of t lio whole liusi tiossis thai although this vole mis taken, and whether ii was intended to Ire used in lllis wu\ or not. the authority for strike had to In- oh tninid by Sherman according t" the lieu III"; the men hale ill a most mysterious way come out on a "walk out." ami the inst met ions are up parently unl ruivuble The excuse is that the men have taken tlv law into their own hands. Of course, common sense will 'tell us all that this is merely a very good tactical move on tho port of the miners' loaders, Imt whether it will st it in I good as a valk Hit, or be defined as a strike w illresi with the minister of labor. The minister himself, in his id,-urams to Sherman nlivady made public, definitely slates that the opera tors' not ice of reduction of wages and change of conditions is of no use, and that conditions must iv -main the same us ihe.v were before Iho ponding investigation. The millers, through Sherman, de iiiaiul an H hour da> from bank |o bunk in Alberta, ami an all rniiml advance of in per cent, and the payment of wages twice monthly. In other respects conditions run ivii'iiui the snine, and I he.v won't kick about open shop clause, or an,\ thing The position of clearly stilled in la Ise. the operators is a telegram sell! Hull I'oul I 'i.y l{ Jeinieiiv l.v the Western tlper.itors Association in which say: The only notice postinl was a ropy of the operators' application for the appointment of a board of conciliation, notice of which is roipiir.'d by statute and receipt of which J mi acknowledged mi April HI. Sherman Uf-ed the necessary sint utor.v not i -Ileal ion to employees as a pretext to lincitn all miners to go on strike. All th" union olllcials wore aware that our notico was merely u cons- trict olllcials \isitod each camp.when they immediately lift en masse. Any statement that m> strike exists is absurd in face of the fuel that the men have quit in all the collieries nt the direct notification of Sherman anil the union olllcials. Kvory local union has held nuvtings and ley con verted action in direct dcfiniict' of the taw have caused a cessation of work nl every mine and have established ns complete. o|h'ii and dolilier ate a strike as over existed nny -whole Sherman is also believed to have coia-enUi| messages from Mil chell and l/-wi.- old,Ting the men to rem,'.in at work. The opera tors have shown owr.v foreliearance and pat leiiee pos-ible in their efforts tonveri imliistrial disaster and up to th preseiii haio refrained from prosecutions, .is such might induce hitter feelings and thus delay an early set t lemeiit." Al! iho mines, whose companies are in the Western Operators Assoc ml ion are closed, those ai Hank head being the latest. The Hoards of Trade all over the west are on ilea wiring to bring inllueiice to liear In avert a complete tie-up.  I. I.. Parker the II. ('. operators' represeiitat i\o on the conciliation board and I,. P Kckstoin represent ins 'ho Illinois, have boon unable to agree upon n third member ami the (iovernmeut will name iho man. I 11. Smith, who represent* \\w \\ . I .oil a operators has not put in an appearance .Vet, so I hit I the Alberta Hoard is not formed, lion. \\. \\ lush in;. Minister of Public. Works in the Alberta (toiernineiit has gone to Pernio to lend a hand in settling matters. Moth sides have every confidence in Mr. Pushing so that ho limy be able to do u good deal to ward eii'eciing a -settlement. T Lewis of Indianapolis, Vice President of the I'.M.W. of A. is on ill" scene and is hopeful of tho out come W. U. Mackenzie King, Hop iity Minister of I.ubor, who was in sirumontul in closing the strike horo last winter is on his way as the (5nv ernment's roproseututive. I'he conference in pernio this week with the weight of the iutluencts of the Dominion and Provincial (Jovorn-lllollts, I lie rnmbilled action if l)|0 Hoards of Trade, Iho whole press and the absolute necessity of coal, must result in a sett lenient. For Catarrh, let rnc Bond you free jusi lo prove merit, a trial slat box of Dr. Slump's Catarrh Ilomody. It is a snow white, crentny, healing antiseptic bulin unit gives instant relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Make tho freo test and see. Address Dr. Shoop, Hucine, Wis. Largo jars 50 conts. Sold by J. |J. Uiginbothatn & Co. I The Notoriovt G�o.W. FowUr, M.P. Looking down on the Houne of Commons at work riik its' tWo hundred odd member* (Mthorcd from-tho four rorticm of tho Dominion, and leloiiglng to the variotta clftnwwand races composing our popu.atloB, � s|H'ctator would scarcely aelcct lllr. tico. W. Fowler, of King's an*1 Allien, as tho cmtoodimmit of'per llmentary amiability and flna feallng; nml if one made �uch a ��lectlon ha would tlnd after lltunlnc a dar or two to tho debute* that he had nada nilstoke. Mr. J-'owlcr'a face ia cor-Ininly a strong one, there is much determination in it. groat will power and keen Intelligence. Imt withal it Is the face of a man who naikoH hit) way by menus of strenuous rather than by conciliation ami sunn) smiles. When ho ia on his fevt in the House everything about th� man suggests that he ia the adversary of some one- "Belligerent" In KinmiH'd nil over him, on everything he says or does. His whole attitude is thut of a fighter. Uis gesture* are always emphatic and there ia a good deal of tho clinched fist and awing Ing arm about them. His tone;when not taunting, is defiant and he rings out what he has to say with a clearness thut leaves no doubt m� to' his inclining. Mr. Fowler belongs tothat class commonly known as "born fighters."i His ability In this direction has hu