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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 _THE Hint in fir DAILY HER MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by PIDELIOI Let Us Help You to Enjoy the Festive Season The ne.xi best jo C'lirisini.'is i I self, is ;t Visil lo TODAY YOr "Mood. Will Tell" A War also numerous nilier iVai urcs. We wish you the good old greeting, A Merry Xmas and Happy New Year Big Military production at Starland uway s spK'iulId program :it [Siur-laml !s being shown a masiillimii (two drama, "Hlor.d Will Tc-ll." Tills Morv of Ilio chil unfolds 11 ".nonun tali! of adventure, in which a southern Illinois of certain sdieim-s at present j lioy slirinlis iron; the whistling bullets j ill force In Australia for selllliiK Indus- i Irai in u crisis the l.kw.t of his light- j disputes inlglit produce an exactly I in li AUSTRALIAN SCHEME FOR SOLVING INDUSTRIAL PROBLEM Tuesday, By GEORGE A. DORSEY, Ph.D., LL.D., ,'n Chicago Tribune. CM cumvhc i( pos.sible that ihe Introduction Inio (lie- slain of latlior Is aroused in his veins and.opposite result and pnssibly bring on toes through a scries ilirlllingj industrial chaos and revolution. I think ....ideli's duriui; marvellous scenes ofj'1 necessary tllnt we yet this point of actual warfare, lie is shut by mistake: view before us at one.-. Mi by His own father, while h, disguise Anslralasia has provided cerlaln ma- 1 :li ,1m ioi immtmiy certain innimrial v i'li.....ost scenes I problems. enacted licfotv a camera. Aa a i These sclu'ines for willing industrial ijlm is superb. disputes are an inseparable pan. dramatic oiii-rini as a sfiisaiional i-auire i! is nr !of the moral and economic fibre of th country. u is nor. possible lo pluc I 'I lie ,'urmn number c! the (Jaiunom I tliein out and e.vuralne iliem apart froi Weekly is also l.eiiis shown; ibeir soc.lul and economic envlroi .on Pie in conjunction as one would a plant. i I may illustrate by Instanc am is otii. of the, A few years ago a ministry placed 01 a! Suu-l.'.ml. Ihe statute book of South Wall's ia new scheme for industrial artntr; linn. It was admittedly in advance o rail existing legislation, lint that till The Allen Pl.iyers (if the Alle -Morris Theatre hist es-k's eligagenUMlt w Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 7 Cu. .Pio. "Hallway Tibyal Mall Gtauners. Canadian Northern Bora] Mall Steamers. Allan UUB Hoyal Mall Steam- in. White-Star, Montreal, Quehea BofltOD, od New York Service. Ountrd Line, New York, and Caua'dlan. Son-Ice. Donaldson Una, to and from Glasgow. .lUd Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland .American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other trans-Atlantic .Steamship lines. Reduced rail fares In connec- tion InformRtion tr, arrival departures of boats of tho Tarious lines cheerfully given. Call or writs. S. B. MITCHELL, Tlcktt Ajent, C.P.R. Letnbrldja SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO John Billings Company Winnipeg and Lethbridgs Dally prices by wire or phone. .Messrs. AsijiiHIi anil Lindsay's Office DOMINION BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Phone 1714 p. o. Box 278 Your Credit Good v-iwas introduml by a lilK'ral ministry: ......_ts; labor was tho opposition. Now. this Ijimrlti'il iiy ;i cLUKu-iiy amlitmce. wlio i niadt- a sruai differf-nce. Labor fought obviously imtnli'otiietl keen imprest bill tooth und nail. anil, though it j the namely James Jlnnt. I succjeoiled In having ft largely aiiu'inl- Moiioy." tho story the vote for tlie third and "f which ooiu-ertjji tlu- wining Beading came, hihm' voted solidly 'ijiainsi the bill. Why L.Tbor Opposed it -More than tliat it miuirod the great- est effort on the purr of labor leaders foiu- Stephen Hiiird. Although and versatile lady. Miss Vtrna! off night, Oil tilt' The rent into !HT own will no doubt conn before illy wetk oViT On ill is oci'iipion, Mitchell in the character of "Steve Mitchell i, more tluin ordinary h The visit of tin- Ally v.-ft'k is a very welcome one. Special! unions from declaring; war on tlio act. to prevent xew South Wales trades through by their own party! Kven as il was. rue New South act of I repeat, K was in ad- [H'evioiis !ty in gcuiiiK a fair hear- amls of labor, A.siitn, at present labor occupies the i i min'iB'wial benches. Labor is now pro- jlioslns to repeal practically all exist- ing industrial legislation, substituting- information and Inquiry Bureau '.Phone 744 Debt Collectors Private Inquiry Agents All Work Strictly Confidential 0 turn_ wouw [ear 1( t'o r._ i dicules U, suears at Its novel features, New Era In Industrialism I do not inuuii to prejndleo IhecaiiKu >r urbltrntloii or Hie of con- dilution. Tlid Zealand ucl of 1S1II iloes not mark a now era In Indus- trial warfare.. The measures which Itav0 grown out nt New Zealand Icglslalion, nol only on Ihe Australian continent, in (icher parts of Hie industrial world, luive licon Is nn doubt of it. lllll I Hill lln! I ol achievhiK these rep-nits or even tile principle at the basts of snc-h a fettle- menl is best, the wisest, or tit nil Xeveriholess, tlih much bi'cn COSH of cvolnlion. ivhile rPKUlatiiiK var- ious ilispinte.s wblull seem inevitably to ari-.ie when masses of men of different aims come in eonllict. has devised cer- tain machinery; tins machinery, I SI'I. was extended to cover u new set of disputes. Wo Bot fiir enough yesterday in the nstory of industrial legislation to sc not only tha; there was sum 'usicni, lint that thorn way Borne donh is to just what was try I o n'ceompiish. 'I'bis it would seem was because in the development of HIB idei if industrial experiments in Australia wo principles were involved. Then vus the uroposal to resulate. Imliistrien Is, to interfere with the rolti between employers and employes for thi! pnriiosii of savins Hie onimniilly from tli0 reproai'h uf lol- RUIng. ihe existence of sweating iu- ilustries. Tims we tint! two entirely dis- tinct attempt to pre- vent strikes In one slate; the attempt to prevent the existence of sweated industries in'another state. Legislation for Oouble Result Kow, to secure freedom from strikes and lockouts mid to prevent sweating or secure a high rate of wages. Alls- tralia lias adopted two the direct method of Industrial arbi- tration court, the other the indirect method of waiies hoards. The wages board, so far as Austra- lia is concerned, is tho spawn of the sweated industries of Victoria. In the clothing, furniture malting, bread mak and butchering industries the con MADE IN CANADA MAGIC BAKIN G POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM Pim1 A'DOJLXS J-IVE'H JSXTJt j when the bill becomes law employers i will not be slow in finding fault with lit and If possible negativing its pos- All nations that have emerged fromlsihle results, barbarism have made n desperate! to lind some means of ex- 1 and. such is the weakness of human jclitio" of labor was notoriously bad, nature, we may be fairly certain that was prevalent. Parliament empowered the governor in council to appoint four boards, one for each of tile named. Kacli board could fix 11 Labor Flouts Act of 1901 lllc minimum of ex-[ daily wage, rates for piece work- -iud their thoughts and ideas in I illustration: It has been the number-of (-K 'nn _... claimed thai the industrial arbitration prentices for less than three years are inicr to preserve them for'futurc gen- intelldciual advancement, of a j lui itss man uiree act of 1901 prevented strikes. Labor in the particular v for C" ement, o a ieople can eome only as the master! of tlie liind- the three years niiids among them shed abroad theiri the light to the brethren ami! w'as were their children and children's children coulcl not o fiord to strike. As these same people progress Intel- i As sooa lla tnc country recovered from the disastrous resiilts of the great Icctually and scientifically their mtd- found- on the monuments and other Fire destroved an SI' in I of A new Freiie I Kast l-'lamboro luwnship. A I'enii.svjvania ulMversii ,J cylinders, each with its own mas-1 neto ami lubrication system mounted post. sindj-lns smoke Iroui'u scicii- round the sbart. I tilir standpoint. EASTERN THREE EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY refcmed objects, ideas suggestions by objects, and even sounds. This signi- fying of sounds by means of symbols termed ntarly a true alphabet. la -Mexico the Aztecs had a crude system of picture wriilnc by which sensible objects could be accuratelv depicted, but beyond that it could not go. for It was incompetent to eonve; abstract ideas. i Possibly the crudest invention ofj this sort was the mysterious science' j of the iiuipns. which taught the l Peruvian princess by their amautas, men." i.e.. the success or failure of the :o accomplish what it intended de- pends not so much on the inherent vir- tue of the law as on the disposition of WhlC" "le pointed. Thq decisions of the boards became legally' effective as Ihe common rule of the industries, and were enforced bv the inspector or factories, who was siven the necessary powers for this purpose. Workers' Wages Raised These wage hoards of Victoria im- mediately began to improve the con- dition of labor. 'Bakers' wages were at once raised from 32 lo -12 shillings per week; in tho clothing trade from 20 to '26 shillings; in ihe furniture- trade from 33 to 4; sliillin (1) A pair of new silk gloves adorned wi'ch snakes of green spangles (2) Silk stocking for evening wsar-with silken birds of blue and yellow and orange brown, with true lover's knot of sequins. (3) More stockings-one adorned.with a serpent of green and sequins and olive silk, the other with rose colored empire wreaths. (4) Gloves-wlth red and green spangles and silk of. a new style. understand anil foresee it all. _..... am placed here, where lam obliged to thy best of my ability to deal with it. And that being the case. 1 can only go just as fast as I can see how A handful of air-slaked lime sprink- led, over a barrel of potatoes will ah- os iene-al one or the other, or both parties, to in that it put nS abide by the law. That disposition tie- siveatins. Employers found It end The declaration of a Unnm f id also a most beneficial H pcnds again upon whether labor or an lion is to enforce the law, regu- late the courts (he courts, etc. So I think it possible that legislation (which bad proved successful here might bo iin utter failure, or might prove a despot's too! and bring on revolution, for example, in Illinois. DEC 1- t i Employers found it fhable to employ out workers; rook thpm into factories, where they were employed at place .rates. SOME LINCOLN STORIES ___ firm and mealy. to j German railroads provide cars mine-, invalids; who i'an afford the extra rharjie. fil.tcd with every possible con- venienre for ihe sick. i Old folks who need something of the kind, find Of his days as President after the shadow took on the lurid gloom of war, of tile endless disappointments.- the few, far-scattered gleams of joy. the strain of keeping un the courage und In Toronto JRedmi, -f Lcllihriilg-o to Montreal nmlj Kcttirn. Corresponding rates to points in Ontar Quebec and Maritime Provinces n Sale December 1st to 31st clusivl Good co return within three months iberal Exfeiision PriviJeij-es issued in conn'. ATLANTIC TRIPS on Hon with TRANU November T'.li to mil liniiuvi to li i'.'. with HIT.ile Finest equipment. Standard nod TOHI-IM r-r frar.s.on all through trains. Compyrtmeiii l.ilirary .-on Limllcd" and 'Toronio Express" Through Tourist Car In connection wiih rciflervations apply to local agent. Tickets Via all Li ;Kcts, apply s The composition of society, the charac ter of the people, the economic cond lion of the masses, the financial condi- tems before mentioned seemed prim lion of the classes, the aspira spirit of a whole nation durhm th ntunbws cf string? oi it-rent colors ileil imo knots, thus I ronnins a linKCr. Tiifsc knots Savei I ilio device its name, for the i iiiKins a knot. Tlie sensible i-'iu. stand for sil-! gold. Oci-iEional-: ideas j and red war. i -i'' 'I'lie knots lilnri! 01" ciiiiivTs and could in- coinliiiKil in numbers lo r.ny ainoiiiii df-Hii-.l. colors n! slriiiBs explained Hie subjects to llic iiiinibc-rs rc.-r-im-il, anil in tills wny tli..- Pcrnvums 1 he Best Cough Syrup is Easily Made at Home Costs Little and Acts Quickly, Money licfuinled If. It Falls. bear tlie weight or tlie whole struggle hie bean burden Of Hie sorrows'I brought, about by Jhe long and rtreinl-] nil wiir. People criticized him ,11 I jhe did nnil all be left undone, for rol-1 Ion-jus Hi in policy or not pursnim; that, j Ho went on day by day, lisleniiifMn all. I yielding l.vnone. snided only by his mi-1 coiniiromi-.iing conscience, .lust here! another of the conies nieraoraiidnin of a convcr For i.ifcrmsticn, rai! and aicama MITCHELL, Tlckr.t Agent, Lethbrirtne or K. a. MCNEIL LIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Alberta. ;io (M-.SL raplility tiKide. j I' is easy ro with ,1 I "I officials, such avstc'm i iniKht be nimlc lo work cliVi-iuiillyj it i> ilitlicilll in niiiii-rsiand howl could recorded! ilfiloyed intcrnreteis of Pinex In this VcdiiV.' altii itb knowledce on instciul an.i -.vliieii c'vents contd be Ki.pl. ill meinorv. gln hold or .1 couch ar.cl tant relief. It s'.iniu- This recipe 1G iiunciiH of cougn I salioil with .Senator Lot Morrill o[ 'I ami save, ynu ahout KM .Maine, long after .Mr. Lincoln's death. ____ ,lvbe" Lincoln ivas nominated. He ac- hoarseness ccpl.cd him then as the lesser polilical evil, bin he came to resanl him at his trne worth. "I stinl, "that 1 went into his ollice one day. 'Well, Governor.' Sir. Lincoln risked icstiiifrly. 'who has been abusing in.: in 1 replied: '.Mr. President, I hope not any nr us abuse yon Itnowinitlv or "'Ob. said ho 'I don't mean yon are all very 1 know wo don't: all asroo'as lo hat administration siionld do anil how it ought iu he dono.' And then oil: on uie i Billlation. Finnljy said wltli Krf-at "1 di.n't know that Cod lias created some one man enough to comprehend the whole ''Inei. as perluiiis you knew. In tlm l nrui tlie utlior- Ttnlteil often hften but Die old JUICCOKS- ist mill iinlcli isely poiiuiar. A inmranty rn'inpy It for yon. nox CQ., '-Tocor.lo, Ont'. ills have nmiio st .0 satisfaction, or 'efimilpil. K'los wltli Hits Wist has I'lnox, or will 1C not, send to Til' of this stupondons crisis and traiisnc- lion from <-itd to end. and endowed 'nm v.llh snllirii-ni, wifidom to mniifijre, .uid direct it. I confess do not fully SALE Farm Stock and Implements MONDAY, DEC. 30th? at I o'clock sharp 'AT N. H. MURRAY'S FARM, N. Half 31-7-20, one mile west of Wilson Sidimj 1 Black neliliiis. about liUlGlbs: Abe. 12 years old. 1 bay about l.MKHbs; H years old. I Buy Eelilinj. about Il.'Oil.s; I.ee. years old. 1 Bay gelding about Jim. S years old. I Sorrel peldiiiK. KXiOlbf; Dick.' 13 years olit. 1 Hi'.y'marc atiotit lionpis; !t years old. 1 yorrcl Oeldinir. Duke. !0 years old. I SOITI-I lloldins... KlKHit Prince. Id years old. I ISrc.v.-n .Male, ahout I-aune. S years old. I Kay abO'it 7 yearn old. 1 Bay AJaro about IliWilhs; fK'.-slc. vtare old. I Hay CclfliiiL' about l-ISAlbs; Prince. years old. 1 Bay Staljion Colt, almtil. 700lbs; st.v months old. All teams with harness. Three lumber and lioies. Two Seed drills; three harrows. Three levi'r locilll harrows. Two IClnerson sulky plows. One Verity Rang plow. Two McCormick mowers. Two Dseriup: Kight-foot, binders. One bay 10 ft. awi.'i.p; One hay rake 12 ft. sweep. One 12-foo! nj-citer One walkini; plow. AiAcmxKity IN onnisn.' A simp for lioinelscacl.jn; nr anyone in need of any of tho above articles, for they all must be sold as 1 am going'into tho stock business. .Terms on Stock and sums of and under cash; over that amclm; three months credit on furnishing approved Joint, notes. Eight R5r cent off for cash on all credit amounts and 0.per cent interest on all credit N. H. MURRAY, P.-opiielor .1. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. There will also l.< ofrVred for sale and any reasonable price will be accepted; 800 acres, all of Section 13-7-20 and N. W. 1-4 12-7-20. Ii raiic-s from on P. 11. Terms. 1-3-cash, balance ;