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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta e, Blbettt WULV ANA WMKLY THMIOM HtRAlC PAINT- UM OOMTAHV, UMITU W A. TMt fef TMf eMUNCH. A. Parnaii, ot Uken tatoe with the ai of tte at HaalrUe, ta wW. tt iaJtHuit W Miiry li (t a iffcir. wa'lci aa a riUtfnf it ha. io 'rtei.bi treinil u4 tu to a suMM tte of irara nst eoav Mhtr if the neBkin biirck. tW. Uka Ma ttsilniral aai tarn coald uadertak, la aaeaft Ufls his the tkw iknM itek to m or B a Mcrol ti It will have to fw a eartafe.. awwnt of witt put thit th. tiail It which has to asao- elated with my name and inspired its effort to evolve beater ia- duftrtal order." The Committee wre to ad- tlw the Covarnaiaat on two aoteU: nuke and consider Uons for securing ja ptrauaeat Im- provement ia the relatioaa betweea means for secur- ing titat industrial vunditlone affect- ing relations between employers aid worhmta shall be systematically by concerned, with a. view to Improving cosditloae ia the future. The decayf- ed that way to secure the tt- in relations be- tween eaiaioytn and workpeople was to establish the machaiery for ays- ttmatlc rtTtaw industrial coodt- ttoea V caaeeraei" Thwj to coo elation that the people who, apead their Hvea la ia inflattrr the to Mire Its profc- litii, tad therefore devsMd a pnrpoae was to esteoar- avpllcatiob of the verk- pcaaic't miaae ta the ot by the aet rfeMi each to {M.rral to ib ows Joint Standing la- dnefrUi Coasclii are to brag aa4 toi- in for d'iacai- alea it commaa iattreet; Thaia saattiaft thootht, ia ataiotphett in which'. could bV aet- ai to rtwsa. Tatry t teed, we beltevM, to to a suspicion which, the MiaMtar nghtlv described' tie1 Minf aey tie chief of uiaarttattfaj; asVd ._._ the worVMa calW iaU the of the councils estab- thca forth by tti. r The with which the Ia, Cooaclh) are iavited to the nrHartaabna enploy it, laaaaiiul iralaiag, atillsatioa of BTtaittaBa, lalastrtal reaeana, the it ot dealta and la atriei io the "asia- hraihraa" H omait atvaac- that they van waaferfag out of thasr or ttat did not haw vhat thty were talk aboat. Tala Itibtr aecaaea them ot an which an net daaarriaj, la that the of profit writ tn- the Iflor aa. n the ei the aaat atea- MNK of the Maaafactaran' latocn b What M eiaon HI coaterwce weal a all a taMtioa at awral- It tMtaet ot charch It waa tat awrality at Oat rt the sKart. tl tot tharch theae it thit it hat loft Ib ttflaaaea with aaaaM }f tra, H H the etatrea hat tattrw tttv thai vnajy A eiteat that it aaaaM ehareh has beta wtta the We- (at tahlac every tty Thla hat a crttt Mat of tt aot to be that rhwrrt lake aay tkt'ta aicaat l> tie put lah the uin to thai the of the people teltttry cowtitattd aa the of right tat it ia the Mi Hiht ehirch, .M to with M cow, rtiitt i. that which afticU the it IhU an. fcaAV M Him M wtlrart of ah If fl htaet. Mai of AaaieiattD. tad H laarfky It hi. hta oMaln the church would -flWItity rail la Ua feUaloi to fator'lit Wief (hit It loH Id CAN AM AND la that the Joiat (Wnlrlal By MitilMt by It bated on tire Whlthy Coticlli Great But- tt will to vWi ov aaihot of eon- the MiloM] Jtftt etla, Mr. H h.w eitabllsv M M triwM'tf tM 6u Mr. Whttlwr tttaks of thwi it ta TTO- mitta aM (Mac a M work- U Mr. "tirwt la a alga of R ff. Wttrlct Cotuicni are to walMar-tiarters of interest to their diatltt aad to ukt eMcativa.actioB with to'them, practict, and to make nanaaaottJoai to tat National Joint Coiidl on aay aatten lea u decide. The parpoM of the National Cons- elta tbe as a whole are Beflaed ia the treface to the coMtf- tM raki of the Industrial Coun- cil for ftulldlsg industry. V'y. consent thf old sys- tem fcaii.proved Itself unworthy, and the for Ita are hot far (rial retalatkA the relations between and employed' have been hated naoa antaionlsm, coercion, and HAD A GOOD YEAR Acaua.1 Keys Samform Gives (From Our Own C' VACIJEOD, April evening In the 'Methodist church Ine meeting of the congregation waa beU, when tho accounts for the year were presented, showing a g'ood iaereaaa in the gl riots of (he church, an4 the report was ac Indi- ot the year's work 'voter the supervision of the pastor. Rev. Wi A. Lewis. all detriments Ike increase was nHtevd, and the pas- for urged, the [Inane? committee to the'more regular.me. ot the.en; velope system, it being the only sys- tematic way for everyone, to give regu- larly and not know it. At the close of the baslneRi nieetlfeii 4 'ffae-faf-alt social tlWwas given by the Indies' AM, hi -which everyone took part. The fcaaeball boya hare got' down to practice In earnest and are arrang- lu for their games eauon. for a strong team, are bet- ter than tor some time, and they are ready for any team that cornea "The regular meeting'erf the ooard of .trade was field Taeadar evening. Only a >mall amount ot came before the meeting, after which pro- Iran waa given by the members. Batarday aittraocm a large number oJ gathered in the church hall to hear Mn. Santord, Dominion presi- dent of the Women's Council, who gave a very ihtifeatlng address on the aims and the great or- gaalaation. She with an appeal for a interest In this very important 'work.1'' WASNOIACASEI Report of flliwsi o? Coal Creek MiBtr Was Oc Wrong In formation to Th'e'fteraW) FERN1E, April Herald re- port as to the sirVnest; ot the man Veraaco, reported to have bedn at- tactnd- with Sleeping 'i eatuwly Dr. Workman did not diagnose the cue aa sleeping itckaeas, the man aid not-have aUcpiag lUkseai, :ind. he IS getting well.; Dr.-Workman and Dr.'Garner'pro- nouaced the tronble to have been reaiatance. j -_. such a for- 'ward move on the part of-Labour to- wards improved conditions is opposed almost ac a matter of em- ployers' converse- ly, many imirovemeata in the ..direc- tion of Increased lency are countered'hV the restrictive regulations of'the irade unipns; both sides acting, as they beliefe, in- the interests of their "The two sides rarely meet eicept to make demands of. one" another or to compromise conflicting, claims, and negotiations an inevitably' carried oa as between two hostile bodies, in this way great sowers 'of ,lea'oVshlp' and willing service are djv'erted'from con- struction work Into-the sterile fie of largely useless "Induatrial peace fiBast come, not as a result ot the balance of power, with a supreme Cobrt of Appeal in the background; ft nrnat arlJe as tie inevitable by-prodact of mntaal'con- fMeaee, real Justice, constractlve good will. Industry needs QO .trace, n6 com- pultorr arbitration, so provisions for postpOTement o! disputes.' "What It needs Is confidence and a coarageova forward sap- ported the constructive gentus of both sides In conmcri cwmcil; N6 one ia work Sn fin Io respond to the tremendons'oail of the Wf job. anil .the. task to toity Is the greatett pcotfem ia jpclal englaeering that the world hai seen. "It Is believed that tho common In- terests ot Industry will tdund to be widtr and more fundamental thin those which arS still, adniltteiily', op- Doted; and It is of common Interests that the fabric of the new Industrial order, may te confidently raised." Shoe Polishes lood W. j; NELSON Co, M. TNIND AVINUC (OUTH from some convulsions, 'from one of whkli the wan coasciousuns aa4 was bromht hos- pital, -r This comclton it made hi justly Io Or. Workman as he is emphatic in his -that -he W not pro- nounce the. man aa suaVring from stckuMS and Dr. Garnar fully conarma Workman as to the real cause of the man's suffering. IFrom Our Own JIAGRATH, April ser- vices were held over ttis remains ot the infant child of Mr. "and Mrs. V. Bennfoa oa: Wednesaay cfternoon. The little one was about a'month old and died of pneumonia. anil Mrs. Thomu Dudley, a SOB. .Mr. anil Mrs. Isaac Saber, a son. Mr. and .Mrs. .Earl son, a daughter. Mrs! Walker, a sister of Mrs. Saber, is spending soaia tlaie the guest of her brother and other friends. Mrs. Sahar Pouhen was pleasantly surprised by a anmber of lady friends on Thursday alternoon. Xr. and Mrs. Jqhn Bradshaw, bt Lebl, Utah, arrlvea here this week. They are old residents of Magratn and Mr. Bradshaw stil! has Interests here. Mrs. Goates and Jtanlly arrived this week and are guests at the home of Mr. R. W. Bridshaw, Mrs.-f-oales Is a sister of the'late Mrs. Bradshaw and several rears ago her hbine was in Magrath. niCKED UP IN IASSING FOR THE ai'SV MAS' Dr. president of riailtas Ladies' College, since its rjeiit, dted Saturday alter brief Illness. The Khode Island house today pass- a bill declaring beer containing not over four per cent, ot alcohol a) non- I intoxicant. The action was In concur- .rence with the senate. The body of Unce-Corp. laoi. drowned with 12-year- old Madeline Batwell in the number, 14-year-old brother had been killed recently by an moblJe. George-T. Maraball, son of J. Marshall, ot London, a turned'soldler, who has in pital there for two years, was Instant- ly killed uy being run over by a freight truto. .William F'roclor, G.T.R. brakeman, twenty-five years of age, lost his hold of a handrail on a box car while pass- ing.through Windsor yards and fall- ing was Instantly killed. Twenty-live years Ss clerk of city, of WuodstocJc and still going strong Is Ihe record of John ilorri' son, Tfho celebrated tha anniversary of fifs appointment to that office on -Aurll Aa cowlvcted by' Careav at Klujatoa reveaM the tact that the death at Pte. EdwaH was caused by wood alcohol ia for alfh Thoa. kigaMtat. waa sentenced to 1! awntke at hard labor by Judge at BtskatoM. Sanaderx Unitted havlag i aa4 twiai la Seotlud atarrM a girl In March, aid ateo coRfwstdto a from two British retiments. LUul. K. R. Jtiaimejr, son cf Jtoge art Mrs. Rtauaar, Reglna.'reiaravd to hb oM ha-ne with the Fifth Battaltoo, and a dlsUactixa, taat of being Saskatchewan soldier to obtain a oa When Umt. glua with Otk Baltalisfl. not yet 18 years of age. V that will; permit, of procresa being made with the hooplas; scheme tor Winnipeg waiiiag for financial fevelopatmta have agreed upon by the ctty and provincial authorities. The government of Mani- toba win raise tht'imey for elty and validate action at neit session ot the tegislatnre, it was an- nounced. That the DomirilM land office at Ed- monton Is dom'g blg'ger bilsintss now than it haa for years past ia the informal km given out by officiate. Hundreds of are being made la being taken with surprising speed in every district und- er the control of local authorities Re- tumed aoldlen are ia the majority among the applicants. Play Ywrthni (No Tea not of der to atay or ia ta4 M Ik. taitet I. Ptajtr ta chaage your tain- Mat WT PVMU tfr of At the aanaa'l mefUiif of the Swift District Stock' Orvwm' aa- w aa- aoclatlon, Oeo. of Pen- nant, waa electfd pniMoat, Each dainty Chiclet is a store-house of chewingVgum sealed in a tempting candy-coating of peppermint NO wonder Chiclets are Delightful" The goodness in Chiclets is Chiclets are sold everywhere. .ke.pt there by the candy-coat- Next time you see Chiclets- ing. The last Chiclet in the displayed leave a nickel and packet will refresh you with get ten Chiclets. its pungent peppermint flavor as much as did. the first. .MADE IN'CANADA Adams product, particularly preparei t4lMf Canadian Chewing Gvm Lhnitwl, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancovrcr, ;