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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .-prices in store Fort .William Port i JN'onixern >JA' v rrp T; 2 C Gate 47 3S Flax J X. To Building of Hie Friday, January ity The following are the Schedules of Wages, etc, that have ken decided upon for the Year 1911: Futures Oats Flax'j May V.b; American Wheat Futures Aliuneapolls: .May -July J09 .Cnicago: .May 99% July (My, Winnipeg Receipts .Wheat...........___... 43 Oats.......................... 16 iJarley I.......... G 10 MetaJ" Workers ..Union Schedule for 1911 -L >-Tcai not more than nine jaours stall constitute a day's- work, ironi tne first day of .March, lail, till We last day of October, instructions in VlL 'Employers doing work out ofjro" lfae tue city shll work tUe same number r -Vlll. his lawful dut-; The Union of Sheet iletal stall not be asked to work Pajntert and Dtcoratorc of Schedule for 1911. The minimum wage for 1911 uou-umou sheet metal shall be 50 cents per hour. except a-ncn Union sup ply L'uion men; competent to do the" work. -VIy. Any journeyman, who, owing to liis want of knowledge or .skill in tne spoils work or damages ma- terial, shall time lost by such unskilfuiuess, de- ducted from his -wages' the net cost of such material spoiled, providing, nowevei-, tnat the workman receives 01 hours as the workmen in the same trade at such place, without being til- Jo wed overtime for any difference "iu me number of hours. Such day's work not to exceed ten hours. II. Kignt hours constitute a day's j Ail necessary tools shall be work from the first day of November, [tunnsned by toe-employer, except till the last Jay of and shears (straight and cir- and that all time shall be paidlcuiar, plyers puncties and chisels. by the hour. III. Burking hours shall be from 7 a.m. till 12 noon. One hour olf for dinner, and the day's work to liuisii at 5 p.m. during the mouths o; "March. April, and September and allowed to every four men and "under, and one to every additional tour men, H-u tne employer aud the shop steward to uctober. Duringr'tbo months of JulylPe tne Judges. The time limit for im Employees iu all shops shall De classed as journeymen, improvers and apprentices. One improver lo s: 7 a fi tn tin- lor such work, rate of wages suall be cents per hour. Hod-Carriers and Building Union Laborers 11. Eight hours to constitute day's work. JH. All overtime to be paid at tha rate Of time awl a half. Double time for Sundays and all legal holidays. IV. Legal holidays to be specified as follows New Year's Day, Good .Friday, ,Dominion Day, Labor Day pauksgivihg Day, and Christmas Day. This union recommends that the ar- chitect or owner of a building shall let (he contract direct to jhe diftYr- ent trades employed in the'construc- tion of a- building. Amalgamated Carpenters and Joiners. Schedule for. 1911. Schedule for 1911-to be the same jas the-one now in vogue with the fol- j lowing, provisos added: I. Serving to and from ie 55 ccnts pcr Uour uucmne, and excavatin, to be paid at iie rate of 35 cents per hour. certifying as i'o a'person's II. Mne.hours to constitute a day's demand that he bu accepteu by the Schedule for 1911 work. Worklm hours to be as m. till 5 p.m.; from ats' Flax Total 15S 26 4 195 YOUNG MAN BROKE LEG Cardston, Jan. Olsen, son f Olsea, of Cardston, met with and August the working hours shall be rrorn 7 a.m. till .12 noon on Saturdays. During November, December, Janua'ry and Sebruary, the working hours shall DC from S a.m. till 5'p.m., one nbur off men are working out of the city. IV. All overtime up till 12 midnight snail be paid at the rate of time and nair, and from midnight till 7 a.m, double time.. V. Work on; Sundays, Christinas Good Friday. Dominion provers shall be six moaths, and iu tne event of an improver proving in- competent in that lime, he shall ap- ply for an extension of time. A. Tne term of apprenticeship in any branch of the Sheet .Metal Trade snail be Four Vears. in shops em- ploying four journeymen and under, tnere one apprentice, and one ror each additional tour journeymen continuously employed. The parent or guardian binding the bov for a E. J. IrvLn's. for whom he was .horse slipped.and fell going up hill, so that the rider suffered, a fracture 01 the leg just .above the an- .It was .a painful journey to town -'.some twelve or fourteen '.the swelling was reduced and the Hmh :set. in plaster by Dr. Stacpoole. Ttin man .is .progressing uay. Civic Holidays and Thanksgiving Uay, snail: be paid at double time. VI. Kmp-oyers shall. pay workers tne regular rate of wages (single while such workers are travel- ling during hours and up to S o'clock p.m., In connection-with their employ, mant, and shall pay all car fares, necessary expenses, when men re working out of the city. Journeyman, od his part, _ to teach the apprentice the trade so lar as it lies in his power to do so. XI. Helpers may bo employed for all work not requiring skilled labor (such as general .Mil. member of either party to uiis agreement shall be discrimiuated against for any. lawful action during any period of difference between them till 7 p.m.. time and naif; from 7 p.m. till 7 a.m., double time. ill. Mixing.concrete by bund, cents per hour. From S a.m. till 5 P.m.; rrotn 0 p.m. till 7 p.m., time and half; from 7 p.m. till S double time. IV. That-Carpenters' Laborers bo paid 35 cents per hour. Eight hours to constitute a. day's 'work. From S a.m. tin 5 p.m.; from 5 p.m. tin 12 p. in.r time and half; and from 12 p.m. mil's a.m., double time. v. f Bricklayers' Laborers to''be paid at the; rate 37% cents per hour. ttiSht hours to constitute a day's, work, i-rom S a.m. till 5 from 5 p.m. (till 8 aim.-, double time. Plasterers' Laborers 'to be" paid at tne rate of 45 cents per hour. Eight flours to" constitute a day's work. S a.m. till'5.p.m; from 5 p.m. till l) p.m., time and half; double time lor all hours after (J p.mt Vll. .Business Agent to be allowed to transact business (once a day) with tne job steward, on any job. Oh the Premises, Hound Street, oh AT 3 O'CLOCK j Wood, Wire and Meta[ Lathers' Union Schedule, jfor.tfiej Year 1911 I. Wood at. the rate of cents -per-yard, square raea- suremcnt. Lathers to furnish nails. :-Il. Metal latliing studding [and all patchin anil to Are favored; with instructions from the Assignee in the above matter, to sell by Public Auction and without reserve, the valuable stock in trade of a Jeweler, including High grade-American and Swiss Watches, Diamond and Pear] Brooches, Pendants, Lockets, 'Charms; Sterling Silver Tankards and fee Service, Candelabra, Gold and Silver Mounted Umbrellas, Belt and Handsome, Mahogany" long-case Clock, "'Standard .Time" Clock, Alarm Clocks, Hat Pins; Fountain Pens. Fobs. nrr. Also a large Jeweler's Safe, by Hall, Jeweler's Sh Cases, Large 4-Drawer National Cash Register, Jeweler's Benches and small Fixtures and Fittings ow PHONE 426 Office FIFTH STREET .-r j be .done: at theltafis per hour. -nails.- '.-III.' Buildings 15th, to be union to be struck out. 11. That all contractors provide a suitable grindstone for the ust of em- ployees. .III. That two hours' grinding time be allowed in the event of a man leav ing contractors' employment. IV. That wages be paid in cash or accepted cheque. V. That suitable closets he provid- ed Jor the use of their men; VI. All wages to be paid everv week 5 on Saturday." VII. An apprentice must be not nv- er 21 years-oi have signed contract.with a responsible employer for a term of four years, subject tn the conditions and rate of-wages pre- vailing in the locality where the agree uient is made. VIII... Legal holidays to he speci- fied as follows New Year's Day, Good Friday, Dpirjnion Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christ- Journeymen. Plumbers and Steamfit- Known as Loca! Union 348 -1. The hours pi labor shall .be dur- ing the months of May, June, July, August, September and October, S a. m.; until 5 p.m., with (1) hour for dinner, which shall be between 12 a. m. and l p.m., except on Saturdays which shallbc between S 12-a.m.: And during the months "of January, Feb- ruary 'April from "'S' a'.in: until 5-p.m., with, one (1) hour inr dinner, which shall be ?rom 12 a.iii. until nvinimum' rate of-1 wages shall ge sixty (60) cents per hour. _. III. tq'. be-paid at the 'following rates from' limit .6f time as agreed in time and estic SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 546 v SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT OF Mr. Sanford Dodge AND EXCELLENT SUPPORTING COMPANY .NIGHT A Splendid Production of TO-MORROW MAJINEE Merchant of Venice" Repetition v Popular Prices jt ;i -'Special Entertainment of the Students of the Lethbridge Schools. -SATURDAY NIGHT Another Feature Production "Ronieo and Juliet" one-half from 5; p.m. until 12p.m.; after 12 p.m. until S a.m. double time s.Sundays and all. legal-holidays which shallVbc New Year's, .Good Fri- day, Victoria Day, Dominion Day, Labor a-nd Christ- mas Day, shall be double time. All expenses on out of town work to be paid by employer. V. Time travelling shall ie paid at and} All" lath' jji-ust be "delivere'd above the -second-story. V. All- expenses to-be paid by the contractor for out of town. VI. "Legal holidays' to be specified as follows New -Year's Day, Good Friday, Dominion Day. Labor Day, aum ac v-Ma all Thanlcsginng Day arid'Christmas Day. same rate. as. rcg'Jlar :day labor, VII. A be proyid and when travelling "at ed on all jobs for the use of men en- bor wages'to-be paid for the number of hours- up to eight (8) as per clause VI. One apprentice-to .be. allowe.1 each shop.- if-there are five. (5) ot more plumbers employed two (2) ap: prentices may.fae employed. Each ap- prentice to be registered with this local and to work same hours as thereon. VIII. Wages to every" week (on Saturday) in' cash.or accepted cheque. WATCH SALE SATURDAY .1 will sell for jhe next ten days at specially reduced prices. A few c-samples to 2 dozen boysVnickle and gun metal lever watches, at, ea. 1 doz. ine.i's Waltharn nickle watches, at, each 2 dozen men's nickel, silver and gold filled, eatra Swiss lever watches, at 1 tie "Vou cannot appreciate these goods or prices without a personal examination. Comv in and see. First Class Watch' Repairing s. A Specialty Manufacturing Jew-ler Cor. 3rd Ave. 7tt St. W. B..SHERMAN, Msnager. PHONE. "ONEV.WEEK Jan. 10 J P A l INCLUDING OF SPECIAL 'sCiENERY Presenting the Following Plays: TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY i SALESMAN" Air Wool Wide! "Wit that Crackles Like a Bunch. Firecrackers. -u Jl Miss Olga Nethersole's. Version, a 'Slassive- Production SATURDAY AND SATURDAY 'MATINEE "FATHEB AKD THE BO H.- Crane's Big Success, Get Bebiart the Band Crane. "SEAT Sr-ON AT BOX OFFICE FROM 10 a.m. TO 10 p.m. '.'T: GRAND MATINEE SATDRDAY. T Matinee: Adults 25c; Childrtn 10c journeymen. No apprentice' to be; al- lowed to use the tools -until he has at least served four (-1) years, and, that (5) years he deemed the term of I f apprenticeship, at the end of which i time all'apprentices shall pass an e.v-- XI- This agreement' to take eriect amination which shall. be before an examining board, mutually agreed up- oa by both parties to this agreement. VJI. One (I) steamfitters' helper to [be .employed to journeyman [steamfitter and working employer r [except in cases of hcav'v liitin'? such [stewards of any .-new men starting in: police tonight that he shot-the'boy 'while the two were playing "Indian." The confession was made just after Carlson uad related a .story' 'about April 1st, 19.11, and "shall remain in 31st, 1012, but either "party, to this agreement wisft to change, add or amend to thn 'above they shall-give notice in writ- ln case of any aris- lllLLllli oliLIl as'boiler when required. a' committee shall wait upon em- 'All steamfilters' apprcn tires to be registered with, this local and to serve an of four (i) I years and to pass an examination :-suhjcct to this local's requirements .before tr.Uing tip the tools. J--.VITJ. 'Wages to be paid weekly in :cash- if paid by cheque, time to he so as. to enable men to cash to settlc LAD CONFESSES MURDER The Two Were Playing Ac- cording to the Last Story Told By .Carlson .....umc uxu LU t-asn> Jan; Carlson, a cheques before the banks close on Sat-113-year-old boy, confessed that he shot ,urriay. and killed .I. S yaars old IX. No more than two (3) workine. 'hid the body, in the cellar'of his t Losrs to use tools in any firm "and and for to rcRtstrr with this ;oca! ami work of the whereabouts of liis former pla- U, according to union Wineiwitski shooting himself. accordine; to union X. All employers to notify shoo. Canadian Pacific Railway FIRST ANNUAL EXCURSION Los AngeleSj Cal. BY SPECIAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., TUES., .JAN. Tickets on sale Jan. aud 17, '11 Final return limit. 00 days FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN: Going and returning via Going via Spokane, returning via Seattle Above fares. include berth and meals from Spokane on going trip. For f-jll information regarding these and other excursion ratea, to nearest C.P. Ry. Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, District PaMenger Calgary, mate. The.bodv 6f the hoy .was lat- last night, and for hours yoiin; Carlspn.denied of the maif ner'of the boy's death. lie told the Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUGH CROUP BHO.NCHITU COUGHS COLDS cfTcrtsTe Jreatneai; for ITCU- ctaal t.-ithout doiine tho itoniach with rjrs. .tiwd ixitii fccam for Uiirty years. Tno air rasAffcd Btroncly cntaepifc. iUi ever brcarb, matps brtathicc cajy, t and stops tlie conrh. ntsbs. Crcsolone U mvaJnabfe to mother! Tiooa to yoan? iroru A3th.-a3. SoatI C3 for ALL DRUGGISTS 777 Anti- t'.y.ie r bcokijt. SIO azo cf fective and Of d froraui. ICc f- or Yipa CresoJsre Co. l-etolaj-aKji jSldg. MONTREAL VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBEIDGE. THE -FINEST IN A.-LBERTA. SELECT MODER DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGll-CLASS RESIDENCE. SUITES OF APARTMENTS. PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM ?20 PER MO SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO INCLUDING BED ROOM, DRAWING ROOM PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE.. SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPING >LATS FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS. For Reservations apply at Mansions Office from 3 to 5 p.m. FRED W. DOWNER. PROP. ;