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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4u ******^--4 ^ �* **- n^ *****� � i x - '., � . � ,� Sf\ r "J y; ,rh. � �� � i J L .1 � . 1 m �T" \ i L_ t a. "7 ^ " r � �^ r ' \1 "�Ft > - L . 1 O. W. KERR connections all throuch the United States    1 CAD THE WADKINHMFN lbe ^�l,le "V^*ged ^ the oroupaAion � V* IIIU ffVnnillUinUl roftl minerSi At the same Uraonat prejudicial to other interest* that may be vlonely aUlcd interests. ! Uut, Mr. Speakur, while thj OoT-rrnnient is willing that an act of this nature fthL-uUt be pa�*v enable i do its utmost to proveni a rocurrenm of distress and sulterinjp will -he hailed with feelings of un- is hardly a atrong enough wots! to use in describing sncn conditions. towards wttiyatiaji the aOHculty I na^e rafurrad to. Aa lonf as \Mk matter ia left ia the aaatfa of taotfe hostile camps taay will he aattM mn they havebeea aettled ia tm* pant-by the arbftraiaeat of Industrial war is H trua that tM& diaputiaj part� iefi aiay submit thair eaflnultiaa to a board of arbitratloa tnat in puraly voluntary os their part. la aotna cases both parties are hot a ad want to fight, in others, oae party in stubborn and will not a^rree ta aa>-thitaj but fight, and there Is �u law taat can binder that statA nf tVlngv C'OMPULSOKY ARB IT Pi ATI O V. TUK rilOl�Kn SPUtlT ^Toronto Hatti^ay Night j n:rrn:o:o:o A i Seniors HTATK OK AFFAIRH. onted Joy and gratitude. The true* ipatemal spirit that animated tho | speech of the minister of public 'works >vMorda>. and his courage to pioa.fT in l**gis1ation affecting: In the great coal atriks ia Peanayt-vania a few years ago. in v aica 160-|0(�) men were involved, oua part We have a slat? of aitairs in this t*ho miners, wanted to arbitrate, province and not alone in this peov- the coat barons refuse*, and it was inre, but all over this continent and not until Trea'dent Itoos*v*>lt foread in other count tion with this particulur industry to be settled ia that way. noomrkablo gathvM'ing ^vus h^Kl i Is the t\�va ul licrlm u wwk or bo ' ago whea tho 43U eiuployeeK of the W.G a> It. Cooipany held Uumi- annual mavliug and heard ivporu ou i t�v year's buMuoss. About four year* ago atr Wiliiams, the head of the firm, introduce*! what is called Welfare Work, much aioittf the bue followed by the .NaUotutl CuMh ltog- iater Company at DuyUm, Ohio I hour years ago air Willmuia cuUed i the heads atigvther in fELEPHONE FOR ALL Fresh and Salt Meats PIOHE & MIRON (r:o;o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o Fish, Poultry o:o:o:o:c;n;ov);oo:o'o:n;o.o:-) rn handling it; Ik-�-*. it anybody had u as well, in connsc- 'them that they allowed thd dispute !grievanoj of any kind, a vv discussed mni wttUst. that ought uot to exist, and I may I There seems to be only country say tb  sutne applies to many other | that has arrived at a notation of this industries in this and other conn- problem ami that is Vew 23:aland. Secret of Good Bread the respective rights and rcsponarb- tri�*. j ilities of labor and capital in so far j Capital and labor *ve arrayed in I at least as it affects the coal in- 'hostile camps each seolr1n# as best i I dustry, lifts him at once into the I very forefront of Canada's provin - UMal statesman. Is Good Flour The inexperienced house- have wife can best aid finest Bread*by using very making thk motion. The motion adopted by the Mouw* reads as follows*- Mov�d by the minister of public works, seconded by the attorney tihey may io get sotne advantage of the other, and frequently thore is war declared, and evil consequences lo'lowing in its traia THK rriM-lC TI1K OHKATV:n Sl'F- KKHKR. ll might not be oi ho much unpord-ance, Mr. speaker, If th� two par -ticipanls \x\ the rattle were th* only Hufferers as the result of their action which for the past  or 10 years has teen free from labor strikes and lockouts, and if Statistics anything, New Zeal a ad has prospered under the system that they have adopted, namely, rempulsory arbi-11 nit ion- Voluntary arbitration is good as far as it goes, but when it is inos-t needed it fails and toils nt-teri>. IMi'AimAL TRJBt/NAL 'Strike or no strike, there always will be a shortage of t-oal ia this district us long n� tha present tir -rangements iur freight distribution remain in force. We do not refer so much lo the lack of cars ut to the to be J unjust and illegal discrimination on her npt>caranca on tho stage the marquise says: "This does not constitute a disgrace to tho French arts -Locrucy, and a distinguished scion of this aristocracy, the Prince De Dro-gk>, has been earning his living for *F&fi4 Made in the most modern mills world from nothing but the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat. It yields " largest amount of nutri- ment most economical and healthful. Said ET�rywhnrn In Thm Grvat Dominion genera I: "Wat in the opinion of this House it is deemed advisable that the gov-ertime*t of the Province of Alberta appoint a commission to make in-! i^uirins into tha condition of the lab- . our interests of the province, with a- j vi*w to obtaining all possible infor- c��t of strikes and lockouts to the inatlon in regard to any differences !parties rngaged in the strugglaa. but existhtg between cnpital and labour, jno estimate o�� be made of tha ap-in order that tho Government may {palling to the public that is gf-lie acta to frame legislation looking jfact�l by ii. towards the peaceable settlemeni �t' ! disputes of this nature." 8 peak lag ia support of the resolu- ! -tion tha minister of public work* j ll is lelie�'*a thut caul nt-ining will spoke as follows:- j assume large pi orticas in thin Mr. Speaker, la moving this tnotion. iprovince ii* the future, and I am I do got wish it to be under*toodthat !bound to say that there is no artia� nmy submit their dinputaa, ta the greatest sufferer in tnyopinio* and ai>ot*e docisioe v til he gnat and through conflicts of t-his nature, and that is tho public , one contemplates the eaor* Calculations have been male of the mous costa of latar dispute* that have occurred during the last quarter of a century, it is appal Wag. Great Britain, the leader in voluntary arbitration, has aa average of front 900 to 1,000 strikes annually at a roAl. INDLMTftY Wild. (iKOW Mil la at Winnipeg* Ooderleh and grandon l-M nAUAnft Ft nun HlLtft CO UMITCO I ��V ior COttl BliMrH' laboring umler- j a system that will ana'le disputants fCIHRM tsUIOI FLOUH SlUt CO., UMITiO I * ^ ^ aoWn. }of ihinkind tti flwttle their dimculties ft mont m in full sympathy with principle of that measure and give the hororable member every as- | is cast to the country mi soeae faHcr milUons af do liars. Fmaea haw aa average of upwards af Sal. Oar  many aanualiy salt lee about /our aer cant of its Is bar dilAcultias hy arbi* tratj^n. aai thei-e has bean about 25,000 strikes in tha laitad States in the last 13& years, at a cost of some five hundred nvUliea* of dollars while'during the last baa or twelve years the country I have raferrad to, New Zealand, has had no etrikes, and so far as 1 have kajows thp P*�-pls are well satisflad. the- ,ami ddTerences without ha^'lng resort will to the usual method of industrial war that would be hailed with joy NEW FAIR WAOE OFFICER couwutie? aiuiols all details of work ami nuuia|a*nt.-'nt Friet.iw *f� dona away with,  ttch with all others, for vach is consultx�d and its interval considered. The plan bus workod welt for the firm; its bus(not>s is ninety per cent, greater thau four years ago. There were 522 persons on the pay-roll lour years ago, now tlu*re am oaiy 4, for labor leaders. The 4U0 imtplov-eeadrew ia wages $2B,00tt more than >vas paid to the ^22 (our years ago. was paid to the 522 four years -go Tho 522 employees used tu work vn hours(esch day, six days in the wtvk 1h* toO emplo>,auK work uitte hours ner day aad have a half bolntu> on Saturday. My niset/iug on common gruundaud i ad tag out wherein their intercuts aia mutual, employers and i'�nj>lo> -ass have rearhed a prutty good un aarauandiag Jt au �mi>loyiv u*\*l* ta borrow some inouey lie is caut -tone* not to go to*a inuuey-kuiding shark-he can borrow it at the lov~ eat interest at the front ct)\btniu **oal at any price, lor no other ivnson than thai i h>� t'u Uu> one bund we have Itankhead. wIimm cars ar.� as plentiful us blacklH*rri�*s m sunnuvr; and tm th� oihu* hand \v* hnvi* I. I one it is n '>b*ilti t .h (Hi|'oN"*(!'Jr \n ol'iaiii ur- ' MUllllKli W At' I'�!�.? Moyie, Ii. C, has a lady barber. The Ferine police force has resign- with the Mayor. sistftnu? in order to have it through thn fffonns. passed KKNKFKMAI* TO COAL MINKRS- etl. TUoy disagree llorn^ �l udgv Out., and tieo of Windsor N Kidd, M V.V for t:�relton fouuty. O-wt . are du'id by nin*-te/i;Jih oi th* people of this country The od my nun friend from Pinch-er Crock proposes may settle one dispute that has arisen in the past, and I l..dieve that a bill of this nutuiv  ,h,t would be sui\; to arise again be-may bo placed in the statutes oi' this} twocn coal operator* and the miners, piw"un*tf that would iw of boiudH t�> .jjut ii will not accomplish anything Victoria. Fob. 9.-J. c. y�Klvaa( foreman of the Times cosnpoviiagroom aad one of the defeated candidates i at the last election, laavan at Ow*e'kf of the month for Ottawa where he takes over the duties of fair wage o/ficur of the department of labor in succession to the late I). .J. O'lXm-oghufl. CIJAROK AGAINST tvp.ll. The .Oalgnry Chinook, dealing with the coal situation in that city Bug- 1'aiis. Jan ;1 - Th-tv v as n re-markublu sctu' tonight at tin* notor-ous Monuliit ltougt* when the llai-(|UiK* IV Morui> . a daughter of tin* famous l>uki� Morniy and u n oi Napok'on III , unwh* lu-4' ilchut in an act calhsi " \ Mreaui of Kg.vpt," written b\ h*is.*li in t-i/IUUintiii>)i anil Mum*. (Jaut)ni�r-\ ilhirs. tin* author of ' Hdheuf, luis already achieved an uu . nviul'le reputation mnl \\ raised on the new act owim; to the pandemonium from tho gallcr-i is and boxtis. When it went up, disclosing tho marquise working out a erytogram on the charm of life. �f-i-*r the lasJiitn of flnHen, and a beau I tintl l^gyptiau uiiimjny in th> person oi .Mtne. Willy, the din was redoub-Lh\. 1 his was followed by a rain of missiles of every tlcscrlptlon, the au-ili.uue throwing socks and boxes at thi* woukn on tlv^ stage. In spite of i his vocilerous demonstration, the t two wouuut persisted in conq>loting ih.ii- net, which is disgustingly mdeivin as anything every seen on 1 h ' Farisian stugt1. When tli.- curtain was rttng dawn i h  crov d rushed toward tho box wi^i|. vd l> Mn.e. Villars and Mm.', i'otiuc. who is starring in !a stage adaptation of **Claudine" {and iiterall.s drow IT .-'-tE � � ^ L gests that tlie possibility or impossi- amv was intended to be suggestive, biUty of securing coal cars depends jand insisting that she meant to give on who ov ns the mines nook says:- Th.i Fhi- uu urtistic lvpioduetion of the nuut- \ Michigan woman is suing for di**' von  on tho ground of cruelty, InjK^ clause li v husl'nnd won't let hnrwg|*in> her fe^t on him. She should have ners of ancient Wgyiit. in defending untried a hot water bottle. -r J r - \ - ; ;