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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Arbitrators For Men and Company DAVE CAREY KAS McDONALD DROVE HADJXPERIENCE Helped to Wage Labors Wat fare for Belter and Conditions FOR PAST 30 YEARS Sat on Other Abilration Boards HORSKAR ONCE Toronto Railway Man Knows What It Is to Work for a Separate School D By CARKT of the choice of the Toronto Rail way Union to re present it as arbitrator In the de mands oT the union for higher wages better working is a who has had a wide and varied experience in thelabor movement of the North American If his biography IB uver written his part in the general strike of of theMasseyHarris as far back as 1SS6 Trill be one of the as hi Is best was an employe of that company when trouble between the and the management He elected secretary of the Striho The strike only lasted a few but when it was over the men ob tained what they wera striking for and closed shop in that bis The late Mayor Howlani was the chief magistrate of Toronto at that and with Ellas and lt of the were the roeaus of bringing the strike to a fucressful But Carey has been more than a strike He was one of the pioneers of the labor movement the foundation for the super structure of Coday was When the Knights of an or ganization that Ignored craft lines ta WAS supreme La the labor Dave Carey was one of its trusted When the door of opportunity opened hu stepped into the postlloa of District MasUr BRAINS AND NERVE H Seems lo Have Both Career in DUNCAN bun s By It UNCAX who has appointed represen e of tha Toronto Street Railway on the Board of Arbitration ought to sutl j genial Fleming clovra to the Clever Girl Investigator Got Training in Toronto Miss Bessie Who Prepared Major Part of the OConnor Was Bom in St Thomas and Educated at Toronto Female Labor for B ELEANOR T in importance the tiEk performed by Hiss Ida Tar bell in Investigating the Standard Oil Company baa fceen the work accomplished by Miss Nestle the young Canadian girl who prepared the major part of the Duncan Is much tsller than but the latter has moro amid Both of them are endowed with geniality and can make friends they BO wishNewspaper me a ATS their pieces de They can see chat with and send away happy with a but seldom with real newsBoth are not lacking In nerve but of that McDonald was general man ager of the Montreal Tramways Com pany for fourteen yearsHe resigned or forced when Robert and htg associates secured control In Since then he has been a bitter enemy of the vestvd In far as it Is vested In Mont Not Lacking in Nerve ONE of his first Moves was to se cure a franchise from the city to run but despite many promises the autobuses didnt mater failure to supply them didnt daunt for not long igo he came and asked the city to guarantee his autobus company At present the city is try ing to abrogate the franehisa Jt gave Since 191 McDonald has OConnor recently presented to the people ot the Cost of Living iliss McKenna is certainly unin fluenced by any material a Torontonian who hasknown her since her college She does not work for And she always thoroughly into any question herself before she expresses any view or prepares report onIt As evidence of this thoroughness he Wok up thc study of po Litical science when sha came in Thomas the University cf Toronto In Mlsa McKenna graduated In her in after studying clal of Toronto for a Her degree was given as tbe of her Independent research WUh altruism still burning for a she emerged from the sheltering1 shadow of the college halls and entered Central Neighbor hood House on Gerrard Here there Is more humanity and trouble to the square Inch thin In probably iny other section of Toronto Other entres may be dirtier or but here are people who are try Rg hard and who are hurt first when actorles or wages ood pricesgo sty war In this rich field Mfca McKenna studied the labor problem and the ood problem at firet and tier store of knowledge became po In valuable that In 1916 Mr Minister of appoint ed her supervisor of female labor and nspector of Industrial conditions Jor women In One lasting re suit o her vrork is her printed report on the condition of women In connec tion the textile In ordtr to ibetter understand this question Miss McKenna Joined the ranks and for some time last fall worked in ati east end going to and from virorh dally with a lunch bos In her handHer hours were from seven till ilfss McKennas views on education are distinctly ant Include an in ststen ce on urgent need for closer connection between the last few years the budding Canadian spends at High School and the life he will In all probability take up when also Elrongly anvocates tratnliuErl Since her appointment the Gov ernment staff MUa McKenna has spent much1 of her Umft in frequent journeys bt Investiga tion to different parts of All HOOVER WAS POOR PLOWBOY Worked His Way a Umversky by Running dry for T EFT to Tight Dav head ot the Red Cross Head of the Red and His Family Ison Ml on Henr France DIM on both srt daughters of and Henry Paviaan Is a partner ot Morgan of New He was appointed by Wil son to head the Yar Council of the American Red CrossHis activities ii behalf of the organization have been worked and Its financial success J greatly due to his of splendid workf already by and hold herhat shopping hag while she goes still deeper in her ih vesUsatiqns into thf high cost of liv ing and other end continued In that office for three and NigfeU of To3 FOB eleven years hs was the chair man of the Organization Com fmllee of tha Trades and liabor Coun and spent many strenuous nights the organization and work of the The poverty labor movement in these tarly daya tha exactions Upon the flnarcla resources of Its leadership frequent but sacrifices were accepted as neces sities and freely When the Musical Protective Asso ciation was organized In Toronto Carey one ot its first and Local oC the American Federation of Musicians owes much to his genlua fcr organization and loyally to Us lie was the first delegate from the locai associ ation to convention of the American Federation of Musician He was elected one of the internation al officers a seat on the Exe Wjilve and for ssvfenteen years has occupied that the duties of this office take him out of the city to adjust differences tween musicians and their employers In this work he has been very suc and Is highly esteemed by both muslcfans and master He is one of the trustees of local and had a eharo of the responsibility In ferecllnc the Musi Temple on University avenue Following the promotion ot the La hor Temple Carey was elected1 the first and has been reelected to that posi tion by the Board ol Directors dur ing the thirteen years of Its Has Had Experience ths position of investigator and conciliator bebrings know ledge ripened experience In the labor movement with exCon troller James successfully restored seventeen members of the Toronto Railway Employes Union to their positions in a former arbitration At that time lha tale Frank Poison and Kenefal manager of the Bell Tele phone represented the SIR GEORGE BUp He But Unbending in His HcD interested In Dominion land de aid civic He was a controller for two years and then essayed Mayoralty was In Hla oppon ents Martin and History written since tells how the race came Tram ways was the main bone of tion and the fight was a bitter Began as a Driver 11KCE then he has not been seen much In except when he came back to be one of Ihewit tie TrainwaysHebertCote exposure which resulted in Napoleon Hebert giving up the City Hall flesh pots and seclusion of civilian McDonald is said to live most of the time In New He Is reputed la be fairly wellto while a company he should sire Ihe Toronto Street Rail way cmplorea a fair as he knows what it is to live on an Insufficient wageHe began life as a driver on one of the old Montreal horse cars and as onsraust have brains to bridge lha distance between that post and manager of the It be taken for granted that he has D chairman of he Dominion Rail way was the flfih arbitrator and chairman of the The final decision was given by tho n favor of the seventeen i had Inlerfere3 ein of the company who hail acted ss strikebreakers during he Winni ng addition to his activities in ihi abor movement Carey la p tho work nomin CnOiol and In Francis parish hi name Js a houEehold Hs ha etn a member of Ihe Separai Board for many ant has occupied tho chairmanships o thfi most Important HI name has been mentioned frequentl as a possible canfildalo In the labor In an Federal and the latt Justice a Never Satisfied JUST as soon as man acquires h Ideal he begins to look around o Ie is Official and th By are proud of EXPERTFARMER Fomrer Torontonian and His Family Cultivate 200Acie Fann in New THEY ENJOY THE LIFE Very Unusual for a Busy Pastor of a Big York A MINING ENGINEER Was Manager for a Big London Company When the War Broke OuL 1 after my wife und children It is mj dearest possession It is a horns In every sense of the for all tha it has become fasfitoned by our own toil and otif own When the writer journeyed to Sun bright Farm1 a day or two ago he found Eaton a field that was alive ith garden truck of every Hfs daughters were at Eaton was supcrvls ing the work o a farm band who was planting1 pumpkins between the corn Herbert ilia Food JiaJ reached the OKO trlien eanted to be something more than he Informed his parents ot his deslro broader prctniscd to send him to ho Quaker in Mhe but youns and throufili own efforts managed to through Stanford IQ nian with a degree plus com la the way other mem Lers of that pioneer that was graduated by tho University In referred to Something of his struggle from plowboy to his pres position is told by a writer la the Providence who aaya Bornon an Iowa August Hoover Is son of Jesso and ituWah Industrious residents of jtjranch His early life spent upon the Iowa where the hard work of wrestling with earth crops made his muscles firm and his nerves steady and gave him an Intimate knowledge of tho Jives ef those wlio are forced to earn their bread by the sweat of tnclr t At age he deyelopeS on ambition io become something moro than a mero and when familymoved to early in his he voiced his desire to go to Aero after acre of verdant H Is rplalcd lhat this request of the lad was met by the parents with mcrms oats waved In the nndjthc send him to Quaker hcyouhg corn was healthy and iiaslVi jschool and were somewhat non TORONTO people will be grcat In the following dEScrtplion of the fanning Another ot the many good qualities of the new knisht Is that he makes not through i ink on meritKor a man have a practicaloperator to make good Under the Bury re It Js not only the man wha Jias staried in doing tha rough work who carries the superintendents baton In sizes up even Individual who comes under his no and the Impression ts favor that man has a good if he1 the he has a being taken Another good pomtabout the new knight Is Is to the Colcaian appointed to tho 09 it of Bury went1 with hlm jS5ppfng en of Madison Baptist Cnurchy ahd formerly Church this where he still It is taken from everyone GeargB Eury there are more stones told than of any public man in Canada TCheVe practical railroader who a rKed he la known to almost very employe of the Canadian Busmcas Before Pacific ot which he ia welcome took in the uesldent and general and It interesting to hear the remarks hat are passeor ty Mne men on the oad as he comes All alongl he mammoth whether as asj is tan t superintend general manager oE western general manager of the entire or he is known as despite the fact that he la a hard taskmaster and expects every man to do his there is no more popular official on the It is generally that the big man1 knows hl3 and In the sight of tha man on the covers a multitude of I Macleod and while the sVf was fit ngly to corge Bury that the greatest homage was H was that ueslions dealing with the and II advict as to proposed railway ctivitks In the Macleod district wen alrice the outbreaks of one of the slaunchestcharn ions ofour cause the while the The life of the nation and the hopes of Europe are dependent upon the American The part to playlfor the next few years is second to Not only thev sfayathbmes of hl3 cpunlry bill he must provision the of tho States and her allies aa His work la out for coc per form1 his task with the same unosteh charac colonial v the of ar nourishing New York church flnjs lime to culti vate to its highest potentiality a 200 acre farm Is novel In But w that pastor depends almost sol sly upon his own toll and of his and one son to make that farm d paying nvesl it Is even more SunbrlgM Farm la happily Nestling on a RentJe slope of the WalcVwng Mountains 5ust back of every acre of It Is put to t was a farrn whose cultivation be thought and There was 10 waste Every nook and corner not In virgiri forest was in the highest slate 6 cultivation that field over Zaton netted me three tons of hay to last yearnnd theyeaf prevf lt vvi ill rpd iic tiv e ihisyear because I was unable to juy usual supply of nitrate vrh3ch Potriah is at a pro hibi tive ins i ih ft S25G a We piusseti bythe assertion of the whodeclared fdont want to eo to a Qjaker school or acollega found ed by any other special sect 1 want to go wHere I will have a to see ftnd juflga everything fnlrly without prejudice for or against ariy onb Une of wiien the Stanfprrf Uni versity was opened In Hoover applied for As H was necessaryfor him to i to his way he looked Declining an offer of fine cattle as New Jersey t turped out for the Tills herd has paid for Itsslf many times and la prpuO of the blood lines hiaprUc Hoiateins Work of the work here we Eaton wenton to 1 arise at break af dawn and generally rnanage to put oclock train for New My dut es in New York keep me busy until jRtftifiXthV generally lake a rain that leaves New Itfsclose lomfd a position as In the he wlla to andfJnally laundry for tho He oped an ability for and very soon Let Hoover jriiiriage 11 was the slogan ol the In all their night when 1 get to the hut I eager for clay to break so I can get out in fields Eatons oldest Just In connection with this Macleod In The picturesque home is surround ident It is note hat although the big railway expert 3 a good fellow when off duty he a all husinen during business When traveling around the country a may mix and have agood time viih those who but hat he Is not always this way a de ulatfoa from the Httfitowo eod on one occasion To ECO about some railway matter if Interest to the president of theboard ot trade nnA one of tho councillors went ona Junketing lour to A few days later they returned and a piti ful tale vaa unfoided of the dlscourt sy and brusauencss general manager In the A re port was presented to few days none popular around the little place Ihu foothills ot the The MacTeod clcputatloti had been treated with scant courtesy and naturally there was A full and uatisfactoty waii forthcoming i few daya falcr aothchllc word Came from Winnipeg that Bury courtesy but IKit manner was not that of htni whenit efl by beautiful Ja exquisite gar of U TIErN a man la bore he Is afaJ the last to dem and towering forest When Eaton came to New York some yearsago he wag known is lha Rockefeller pastor because rtMg charge In where Rockefeller1 family and asijn the choosing a proper place live waa a serious This problem was speedily and in a way Sioned fiGme surprise to his parish Ion No Drive apartment for he Eaton went o and at a low price bought two hundred acres of land on the mountain slop and there set to work to establish a Real Home en Farm 1 my parJshiontra think enough of me to come to PlaSnfield to mu I will know that I am ajiprc he I cant expect to1 bo a popular and highlypaid pastor all I have alx five of them must be provided Every dollar t invest In thaOarm I expect to take out fit ft And my family will share In the Kvery tftjected Into that farm energy myl my and Does I H surprise you then to know that I1 visit next In a ufg field of daughter ivas dcvollng her time to a wheretherc is a large variety of and Ihe others were busy n tha dairy or at some especfalttasK allotted them forthc day The a strapping fellow of bulonly 5 years was Just leaving1 fertilizer was spreading over the hay Everybody was and up tsiia Ihi pidture of hea ah aSPist4ntIn geological survey and1 was In ISSirfrom the as an engineer was that of pushing cars In mmoj af two dollars a The same year in the Statessnr vey ot the Sierra Nevada where hedisplayed such exlraordln ary abillly that in 1895 lie was the ol assistant manager of Carlisle Ho before returning to California to boi come nsslstanl manager ol the Mom ng Stir In 1S37 he accepted a position ni chief engineer on lha alaft of Be Morelng and one oE the large concerns operatlnB In 1S9S he becatnomanr iger of the Sons of an A B Sturchison nnd the ear he returned to California rind married Miss ho had met In his college Immediately after the wcijrting Ilia went where he hadj commissloried as of the Chinese Imperial Bureau which was then taking up exV tenslvo exploration work fn fit fcrlor of China r Luring Boxer nprisii fa 1500f Hoover was Tientsin ihargei of imporlant mining Hti only enfogtiarded the ptoperly cf tho but kept faith with the Chinese tvid In 1901 tencral manager of the TJn fiiifi rlnj anf Mining Irtm China wasj rew recognized us an ftiiihorUy oil charge of several Inrge I U was Hoovers great woifr of suffcrjng Jn BeU filum that made Wvi best knOwi tq tJto thout energies first directed to cfUIng Ampfifaii tciirlEts but of fhj country when lha wtft broke out TheWay U Worlds i OR every Vloliar mijn winson horses he loses two on Blow ;