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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY IIEHALU dlttons ID eastern Cjinda; yet he was THE LETHBRIDGE ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? by the Herald Printing Cc.. Ltd., evtry lawful evening M its Sluth St, JOHN Business Minajer Ltlhbrldge, Alfetrta. VVi A'. Managing Dlrecto. PHONE: Editorial. Reportorlal and-News Department 1221 PHONE: ng. ClrcuUHon ar.d Jet) Departments" DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered i................... 1 year, by mail U months. Jtliverevi 52-03 'i mouths, by C'nioalhf delivered.................. H-W 3 months, by mail 1 .inontb, deiiverej --S5 I tnonth. b; mail v .AJ.lreii.--3.cUr.sfd as often as desired, lul old .iddresses must be given. S3.00 SI. 50 .75 .25 HERALD FOR Red Crois Drus fi BMk Store; J. G. Bcatlle ilur-pay Co.; CranbrcoS Like Grassy Lske Hotel.. eruon fc Co.; Jachsoa Kemp Ccheo Co.; Aleiandra Hotel: rrdvitclal Aseucy. pie's Drug Kccny Hotel P.nchcr TIT. Book1 aud News' Store'. 'lOSA f Ih rtgar Drug World Xews Co. Ur. WesUate.Dros. The -.-Station Head... -We'drcTiiV "Hit Asslnibc-la Co.: News Shop. Grauwfll Co. Kuel- A. U. River Side THE WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday in eisht or wore pases, sod contains i fummi-y of tho news of tSo r" qeck, local and dUtrlcl 1 year in advance.................... C months In 50c Mr. Buchanan M.P. Stands Up r P i tOrtiW loilers m Speech. On considered (lie Naaitmo Strike The foKowiu'g'vls the 'Hansard re- port ot Ihe. speech delivered by Mr. A. Buchanan; Jt.l1., In the debate on the Nanairuo coal strike. The Herald publishes' it 'in full, believing that II vrnVbe-roul interest by j the many uieu Ju.rijs.ri.ilius vno are interested lii this SKM Iu- duGlry: I represent constituency In which tiera are a Urge number of minors. I-knov tbenl Intimate- [ly. let rue .say that a feeling ftas growa up that under the admin- istration of the present Minister of I-abor tho Department's affairs are not Icing dealt with seriously. There Is a feeling also 'that the employers jhavo the ear'Jof 'the; minister more I the employees have. 1 can say [for the. lale illnlster-of I-abor that. f so far as lhaj mtners of my constit, ed, they felt tbat dealing tonight." should by the j members ot this House. 1 iuoiv- that mine workers' officials are anx- ious to 'promote ihe Interests ot the miners: they feel lhat they are In IUB! as responsible a jwslltoii and that they are just us of cou- siJeratlon Iu a ease ot this hind as ihe men who direct and are In con- trol of the mines. I think that if tho Minister of Labor would trea; toth elements in the same way, aud do his utmost to bring ahoul better relations between tho employers aud the em- ployees, be. would bo doing something which would make the administration of his department worlh -while. This geoltemau refers lo the mailer of wages as connected -with the com- missioner's .report. He says: number of Xanalmo miners, as well as tho mayor, testified boroi the Labor Commission referred to l._ the quotation. They told of (on- wag- es, 'blacklists, discrimination, obedience laws, robbery and other Injustices.suffered by the men. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911 who >vas the chairman of board appointed by tho late- government to Investigate that particular trouble. The- miners ac- and ihti rea- eon. lhat tho strike was prolonged was bwauso of Mi addition made to tho by the representatives of ttie As soon as that ad- dition was removed, they ai'cepleil the reiiotl of llev. Dr. Uordon, and Hie strike was settled. I aay, therefore, lut this eetileiuent Is no credit what- ever lo the govern me ut; il IB a Joke In my part of the country to talk about llio government having settled lhat strike. If that IS the, only tiling that the- minister of labor has lo point to In respect of [M administration of Ihe labor department, then no credit iji.due fji- I.Is admlnislratlon of that de.parU'ieut of Ui6 government sltii-0 1911." sent to M estern Canada to investigate these conditions Iho ui6st "Berlbus tu- dustilal conditions tbat Lave uvpr. Arisen ta thlftfcouuiry ami he made a report which IB open to criticism on Iho part of the men ha.n'M e-jpiKiaeil to bo lu conciliate; whom he aas. supposed to be endeavoring to establish oa bettor relations ivltli their employers. "Che. minister' loolc occasion today lo boast ot ono settlement which was effected by this government. If that Is all he had to boast of so far at the administration of his department since he. took charge ot II Is con- cerned it does not say very- much ior that administration. I to fay tho Alberia slrlfcc oT fo whseii'lift reier'red. was not settled by thti Minister ot or by any member of the government. Tbat slrlie was settled betoro tho minis- jl ler ot the government got to tuo city of Lcthbriilge. The terms were I agreed upon aud the miners said: If' the .Minister of the Interior will get Is the one treatment that'caii. he de- IT he Neal Treatment "l.E SCANDALE.1' THBY are culling. Hie Quebec ifrafl case "l.c Scandale'' down in the ancient cily. 11 lias been a lime-clays' wonder while it lasted, but like all olhor iiiiiLMlays7 wonders il is losing its flavor !ind giving place U> something more iip-to-thc- ininnle. And Hull's about all. The whole a Hair didn't ring Inie. 11 savored loo much of beforehand preparation. The stage selling was loo cosily. Fifty thousand dollars is a lol of money, but IX McGibbon didn't seem lo mind. What does il all amount to when all is said and The wires laid with great pains and greater .expense to Irap Quebec members of parliament'for. the purpose of striking at Hie foundations -of the Gonin administration. It lo bear them may lo these appear unjustifiable, taking Die present international feeling inlo con- sideration. But is not Iliis stale a mailer of cause ami effect? The existence of powerful armamenls nmongsl the lirsl-class powers is Ihe best guarantee of peace. It emphasizes Ihc Bib- lical. Iruili of a strong man armed keeping Iris goods in safely. With regard lo Hie. pressing taxation ou the workers of Great Britain does this uol arouse us in the Dominion to a sense of our duly. Are we to remain inactive and content for others li> see to.our protection? Does not the matter of doing something to lake onr share in the burden of Empire become imperative? Not bv adding to the taxation of the British workers by imposing "p on Uiem empty ships lo be.manned and main-i to say against him personally, except tnincil by Uiem, but by relieving Ihe strain in a the Hon. Mackenzie Kliig "as anxious to bring about better relations be- tween capital and labor. This does uot eslst at the present time, lmt it Is felt that the minister in charge of the department Is not atix- loys to brine about better relations between cauiial acd labor. Thla very strike in Vancouver Island. is an in- stance of It. It was established here today that no serious efforts, no pro- longed efforts, were made by the min- ister to sellle tills trouble. 1 nouder if this has anything to do with the parlies who aVe in control of soir.e of llifj mines In Vancouver Island. These parties are very in touch with this government They have been able lo get latge subsidies for some of their railroads. Is It possible that theyare so much in touch with this government that they nave the ear ol the sovernmer.t in regard to labor disputes in industries in which they are concerned? There is a feel- ing of this the people of this country. As lo the commission-' r sent out to i Mr. Samuel didn'l'look like ap efto'rt lo cleanse Quebec poli- contribution to the desired naval strength of -lies. H looked like.personal spleen. A young ships'.bujlt'equipped and manned by ourselves, and promising member fell- for it. Unlucky for him, but what does il prove? is as fnr as il willever get. OUK POINT.OF VIEW WELCOME TO THE 5 District'-. No.? 18 arc with convention, and This chiuook should warm things .up.. Watch uuPfrir !he Board of Trade campaigners .now.. The Chief of Police has been granted an auto- LeUibridge" is: becoming recognized as-Alberta's convention city, and Ihc miners' iinnfiaUiiiccling, .which ;is held here every year, is by rib means-the least important. Since the representatives of the men who dig 'Albcij s weallli from the bowels of the. earth last met Here; the industry has had a prosperous year, a. total of tons being mined in the provinc'c during 1913, setting a new record. Of Ihis amount per cent, was the. output of the Crow's field, and the country has prns- "accordingly." The industry has Iiad somc- the warm ailed during the early winter, bu Ihis 'condition which wil not ic'riVe' The promise "is flial 19M will set an even greater record lliar 1913, with good prospects lhat the V Jon mark will be passed. Lcthbridgc'people recognize Ihc Iwo stuple industries of ihe province. Xol long since w crjlerlained (he farmers in convention. Now we cxlenithe civic glad hand to the miners. Trill; this should make us "The Coal Cily in a hstln l 1 Uvoor ureearohiien, 1 believe he was a man properly settle.tils par- ticular jt is true .that Mr. Price-had Eotne.thjjig to'rio.vritli min- ing In Ontario, -but not In so far as it concerned-.labor and the condi- tions of are men in this countcy -wlio'bavo.made a'Study of the matter: there are men in this country, who are '.familiar with roin. ing conditions.'and who ivoiild proba hiy have been.accepted by employers and employees as absolutely fair men IfiSucn a raaa bad-been sent to Van couver Island to -took inlo o, about fore me a JeltsrJatIdreBse5 to Ihe Mln of -Labor by Mr. Frank Farritig (on, -who was ot the ant] who and directed th forces of. the labor unions on Yaticoi Ihelr testimony failed to supply cbmwisBloiier-s wants. What Tvas needed was something to Indicate the men were oarulng substantial irages, so the, testimony of the men was ignored, aod that of the mayor was incorporated In the report." The fact ibat the mayor had never worked in tbe mines a single day Jn'all bis life and was nol In a position to furnish tlrsi reliable Information as to the conditions un- the men narked, or the wages thejr earned, does net seem to are made anv difference. The uwy- r had something that had a leadeicy verify Clio managers' assertions hat the men were receiving good and that was sufficient to his testimony worlliv of mea- Ion in the "That is a rather serious asser- ion: that every statement made to ippose the contention of the mine nvners was giren prominence In tho and that the testimony of the miners was not given, the same prom- fact, "was not treated nt all. T believe there is" much to ho criticism of JlK Price's re- port, of tbe methods he adopted iu ibtaining the Information upon which lo based that report, and, in fact, of its appointment. Sir. Price knows no more about mining conditions in west- anything moro for us. let him come along. The minister went there, but he did not get anything more for them than bad been agreed upon the operators before his arrival.1 Mr. Rogers: "I should like to cor- rect that assertion hon. friend, :ch is absolutely Incorrect No agreement whatever was made." Mr. Buchanan: "I have the author- ity of an official ot the miners' un- ion, a was a member ot the conference held on iual oc- casion, taal this is true, and that an agreement had been rpaclied- Any- way, the agreement that was signed In connection tbat strike was the recommended by the llev. Dr. pended ituoh 10 appetite for drink. U cures the habitual or the iverlodk-al -drinker re- gardless of hold -the habit hnK iLcd. Tlio Neal Treatment sure fietable remedy which reniovcs Hll er tlcsire" for driijk and elliii- Inates the poison Iron) rhe system, it is administered by regular 1'airous u re treated liko-gucsts. en- joying the coinforis vi home, Jioitl ur club and more of the privacy by- cause meals ute tc-ryed in thtir oun rooms. Call, photic ov'write for full inror- ination. i A'KAl, 820 13lli Ave., W..Calgary Phone W. 4525 LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE DEPARTURES EFFECTIVE FEB. 8, 1914. TRAIN NO. TO 511 Dally (Except ..........Medicine Hat S13 512 514 516 567 5C5 Dally' Dally iKxcept Sunday) Daily................. Dally (Except Sunday) Dally tEsccpt Sunday) Daily (Except Sunday) TRAIN NO. 512 Daily (Eicept Sunday) SH Dally 511 Dally (Except Sunday) 513 Dally Daily (Er.lept Sunday) 560 Daily (Evceril Sunday) SC4 Daily (Kiccpt Sunday) .......Medicine Hat .........Cranbrook .Cranbrook .........Calgary .........Cardston .........Urc.lt Falls ARRIVALS FROM .........Medicine Hat ..Medicine" Hat Cranbrook ..Cranbrook ..CarJsioii ..Great falls HOUR DEPART, 13.sn 24.JO is. -Mr, 17.-I5 -ti.30 HOllR ARRIVAL -C35 15.10 24.30 13.30 is.ir. ver Island. In this letter, -i-rltten on December 16, 1JI3, he makffi'an as- The railway cifihmitlee of Ihe House of Com- nons is three to one Conservative, and lite Cal- ;ary Herald says. that the Liberals opposed an amendment of R. B. Bennett .which narrowly escaped. defeat. 11 is so citsy to misrepresent! sertion which to BhosTthat Mr. when one wants 10... Price did not display eridencea of fairness in his efforls to get at the bottom of the trouble on Vancouver Island. 1 believe it.l! only fair to the laboring men of this country that the views of their representatives should be placed before 'Parliament and be- fore the country. Here is what Mr. Farringion has. lo say about ?lr. Trice's "To thoae wlio are. faratliar wilb condilions on the "island', it is clesr lhat the Royal CornntisEiorier hag pre- H. H. Bennett an amendment lo compel railways lo slarl branch lines within a year aflcr receiving a rhark'r, and then after a short debate-withdrew il. He didn't hurl the rail wiy "companies and'made u blulV at being Ihe friend of Ihe farmer. casv. The Maclcod Spectator scenis to think that the decision to build only one internal elevator in Alherta Ibis year will stop the "clamor of the Lethbridge 11 is mistaken. The Herald will keep right'on supporting Ihe claims of Lclh- bridgc, the greatest grain centre in Alhcrla. POINTING OUR DUTY. nplIE British Labor leader, HamsayMacUun- nld, denounces the increased expenditure in Jiavnl lie 'uses ilic plausible. ,nrgu- iiient that at a period when international good- exists more than :il any oilier lime there is little, call for an inflated navy. But Ihe argument cntls with its plausibility.1 Most of us .with Jlr: MacDunald, heart- ily, wish to see a less suspicion of one anollier between flic Millions of the world. For willi Ihis ftcling removed we may then hope, (o sec some- jliing of a -hall in the rivalry now going on in pilinJ! up the cost of naval and military defences. Hiii the. question Arises: Which nation is to the first step? And if (frail Urilain sets the cx- [mijilc willit be followed by Ihe continental pow ITS? Seeing.the reception which Mr. Winslim Cliurchill's proposal for a naval holiday nicl at .'.llic, hands of is very fainl hope luf a general xcssqiiofi in llic incicaso of anna- Inonts, And without the assurance that her ne.iglibors would follow in her sleps it would be. foolish to-Jniftgine -Iliat Great Brilain could in- jliale an armament paring policy. ,-Thc enormous sinus sjjenl in the building of willi its burden of laxts oil Iliose leasl able 'nitcd Slales Voasl cilics. So far, so good, liut we have free entry of coal inlo the Stales now, t and 'a little reduction on coal rates would also [never met jc greatly appreciated. This is a question trade lnforral .i_ __u ._ i_i._ I ference w The Canadian 1'acilic. Hallway bus made ccr- ain reductions in freiglit rales on livestock to dicated his upon the. unsun- 'ported siateiiie'ntsi of'the mine own- era and thtir satellites; the other hand, denied the union men the opportunity of appearing before him in defence of jheir position or to refute the untrue statements of these hostile agerHs. In view of tny prominent connection -with this trou- ble, i should he expected to have much valuable mailer to contribute- to the Investigation, and I havej yet 1 organizations tlo well lo take up.- it him hut once, and then on lly, during rrty brief con :e with you- In Vancouver dt> Ihc first-week in July. I do not men lion this because I feel Blighted; hut i because It phowa the-commissioner not anxious to have facts. Kur I have made reiul Local nterciiahls complain of Ihc inaccura- cies found in Ihc report of cosl of livim; figures i iiicimviv, uaio uidue (.aietui en round m the Herald recently. The Herald begs ]'tuiry of the district and local officers lo he excused 'from shouldering all the blame, iconncctcd w11" tho strike, and many As the figures-were lakcn dirccl from Ihc Labor j lUlIong'iiie (lazclte, edited'and prinled by Ihe government i in declaring they'did not have th at OKawa, we cnnnol assume Ihe blumc if llicy] P'lvllf8e of appearing before the com are incorrect.-'.We pass the buck lo Hun. Mr. C.rolhei-5. He's; gelling jiscd to it lately. iiccausc Die chairman the Calgary school Ixiwrd happcucil lo vole again.si H, Hoimctl, mid the cliicf crilic of ihe board happens lo be a defeated cuiididalc who lost his de- posit in Lilllc Bow, Hie newspapers are introducing parly poli lies inlo school alTairs which, is a mighty ahorl-sighlcd policy and will do Calgary schools no flood in Ihr; long rim. We cannot afford to clccl school Irusli-es on political lines. II is miieidal and school hoard business should lie kepi absolutely free from parly politics. and none of -whom wcr i even aware of Ms visit to the Island which furlhc-r Indicates his desire I escape rather than to find Ihe truth Couple transgrf-sslon In (his re spect with his transparent dleposlto to favor the mine owners und hit ap parent w-IHingncM to accept and in elude in hia report everything, n i mat Iff how fjlmsy, tliat reflects l.algary t.oiiscrvalivc credit upon the United Mine Work era of America, and you muaf agre tho. Royal Commissioner's report destitute of justice to the etriltln "That Is the erpreseed by'th gt'iitlcman wlio direcletl tho miners tho strike on Vancouver Inland; th is tlie charge he makes agalnal th uho made the repo Greater than Panama's Bridge of Water The Panama Canal is the logical outcome ol the trend of it il evidence of lh> pre.c.l-d.r titi lor I.'. IciKiin; inii for nduciti Mil cl diiiiibuUo. between mifcer aid coatuver. h point of distance, the Panama will ihe: Pacific to llw by wilti. of bclwten .Dtlilii nt.VIKOIVM will >e ilortocj bT 24