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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 2.Mflt9 TIJC LETHnaiPGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE role. OTTAWA, July lUc ftJilus-lrisl commlailoD report tailed iu Ihe of Commons by Premier BoTtien it is tUUd that mtny employ- agree with the workers as to the need for in tiltioiaifi trhiage iq the bull of In dm try but they do uot igree ivlth workers as to methods. Work- Mio differ among themselves, cie group ilt tiring complete poaseaBlon of the jaiicblaory ot production and full product of their toil, another group a Imply Mag largor purchasing power of their wages, white bqtweeu these ranrs moderate, and aa Ihe bflllevo. lha .msjoritv, If tte biilo principle, thft report already freely and frankly by acid act- ed oa in scod talto, It wcuid so far to relations with eoi- AVItbout auy extraordinary upbear- His, may be adopted which will Insure to the worker a return for his toil and a IMug wage, and insure Um want, during temporary enforced Idleness from any cause and oM MIC. Tho minimum wage Itw Jidmluialered by boards in Manitoba. Urltlah Columbia. Saskat- woulJ welcome co-operation and In- t lie-wan and Queboc ahoulil bn eitenrt- dustrlal peauo until gradually a jo the prorlcccs1 ami thould tern woulii be calved by which unskilled labor as well aa would receive a more adeauate j and girls. ot what, their 'abor products. The commission hold a thai us we are ot the Canadian North to Die Mils of Nnnttiv. i w host! huUKiiui flgblhig valiantly, ii I unable lo resist Ihe tiny rpicss of th? i c-liiMren sea that lo her through her own 1ml v; ittt leaves her little one with Ler husband's mother, lo minister to needs of t'JO children o( Krauce. Mauy adveu'urfs a wail hor and through them all sife serves Jiigh purpoio. risking her OWD to IIVB htr lltila cbarjjei when tbe town are m Elied by the iiUeruM.onal Uadti th, William ions, who believe in suici observance a roavincinr hero ot ol ll be denied K that unions seuerally hare i brought inauv to workers in tbe form of wages. short-1 er hours ami Improved conditions. When onu'Loyers hi one line of moves frosn ailapltil by Kve I'nseM, and the (rtuscio to tbc out tide world suddenly piciure nan directed with highly Meave ibeir husbands anj ihe di graiifyiiig by Knitle K tig laud home, she is with codiittsi by hit Puritanical parents and tlicy proceed to make her life mlierable, Thnr succeed ID couTltif- that his wife must bavH, hail si "pasl." ftnd he tieats her with i iiuiled oruulty. j goes lo New York, j writes a novel and faiiiti as ait j author. Wealey a lonely life, 1 but, htti jeiloQsy la aroused, bis j for Fauvette rc-iurns and he fin-! ally effects a reconciliation which rV i tii the'r Jianpy reunion. Mlsj FerftiBon is ssid to have a role of irc-1 raemious ftraui'itir power in Kauvette i u-h'ch reveals her in a new and HKhtful creation. t'il ai Steriand Friday aud Ii a novel picture hi evtrv respec aud wonderfully presented. U'ori S-vvanaon, ooe of the loveliest wome ot the lias the leading feni nine role, aini til LOU Dtxtev share with it f? gained, but the general direction should be directed toward health, hap- piness prosperity ol workers and the sarvlce or the community, Workers are studying economic questions and while some of tbs Hlerature they read .may be mi- sound, or lurk of mental training of foma fl'orkora may prevent their tlior- dlfflcuHles. Fuch ough understanding of it. Ihe com- j using possibl Afthe great majority places vis-( ments with tho employer. tied by tho commission, a demand.hy j mlsilonera are convinced that the good j d and sound judgment of Jorilv enables lUetn ;o nnd hence estrecic floctrluea have been accepEctl only by the minority. I'urest was found to lie svcalest workers for a shorter day was on their desire for more leisure and flnergy to derote lo tho thinga Jife other than work. TJie coin turn was for an eight hour day, with the Saturday half holiday where already established, and Its further extension wherever ponible. thijs ma kin; the 44-hour week. Genera! approval by eoiploj'fvrs in regard to the shorter day wiva coupled willi statements of, s the necessity for daylight in such in- For this purjjoje. have organ- ized thcnistrlvcs into trades unions and icany of are federated Into central councils, such as the .MetrJ Trades i-our.cU. Employer j. in maunfr, some- limes contrcl one factory, soiuetimes n ol factories, and In some in-; stances are organized into larger or- of their industry, whiiLh again souietTmes Lei-otnes ot the "Once To Every with Fiflhl and Ends With Many Punch-s In Between. to Kvcry Man" is a picture with a strong and intense ceonwi: Move story tiUpportiuK the main tlicnift as the Assoc-tailoii of Build-1 is Uo'.h a s-Pintual and .exactor, Cullcrtivc targaininB .s bv. lllp ynmiijni hcauiy uf Uie screen, (or 2111! reaching an agrcemc'jt be- u'ilhec. bc-forc long lias his farming, fiihing and log King which are subject, to climatic conditions and limited seasons to the j i ujieu, ut-iuic Jung tliF-adranmsc of it section of aa iu-lus- or groups employ-1 audjcricc with him. ;iml or groups of cm- nlati ivoi-Wni! sliorter l.ours, ycl coin with other wllbta .e Khars there most untniplovtiient. Canada wortiiiE longer hours: Mio h, panics ilica. was found In several large I fear that Canadian imhinry. with _ urbsn cactus, thoujli there is a lllllo] its small home market, might lie un- Tne ccnmulfsiwicra niakc 1Mb In smaller rural Jlstrlcu. to meet competition m foreign j n.ent of ihe plans [or jomc In spite of the mmuer of dischargerf I markets, if conclitions are advanced i councils: soldiers utid munition workers releas- cd In some manufacturing centers. Rurh as Kitchener, Ontario, tliero wr.s aviual Fcartily of labor. Tlctiirneil too far ahead of countries making sim- ilar products.' The commission believes that shorter day is most needed in Indus- i f rst importance. They Irios that are lalfgLiins, monotonous i proving the nf or conducted, under trying ilue worker b> .Ri'i-nriug boat. dust, ci-amped position. I "Tlie csECEitial fealuio of all 'ilicj proposals id thtil the huinun factor in influRtry is to be rcKanlci! ;IK of! aim at iiu- comfort of the but only one thousand men on tho list were seeking work, nono were willing to go on the laud because of Itio Isolation. Jiard and Ions hours of ivork. reasouahlc employment bring- nj: wages insnllirient lo tide over the Many farmers claim with the slacli season. that they raiinut co bjgh paid bv maunfac The ronjuiissiciners believe that the unemployed ol liie cities ivho uniler- farming methods could lie in- 1 fluted to go nn the forms, tbe exiattnn problem would Tie largely soWJera. The commission recom- mends Insurance for those Unable to wort through lack of opportunity. invalidity or old ngc. day lias been recognized hy the peace treaty nnd already adopted in many industries of (.'anacla. Ifim commission Tecouiineiifls it Is established by law throughout better undcrstaiutin? of wliic-h beset, the other; give tbe work- greater seiiso oJ" responsibility CartRda. with duo regard tor above considerations. Such legislation should provide for a weekly rest of at lead hours, whirl! sbouM include, Canada a him a greater interest ot the industry.- nn tlms dring about a iiermancnt. ItrovenieiU in their relations. 1 "The committee believes tliat in possible, and phould not interfere n sliorler day as now worked, or inih.iU extension. The commission, believes the day hns passed 11 hen an t-mployer should j able questions to be deal! with by Hie his employee the right lo organ-j council: 1'v emptoyers should bit madi joint plant councils and more ex- tensive councils evolved therefrom-SK necessity arises. Thfey suggest the following as .suit-. i themselves and not.denteil by i (iTrinj lo .unscltlai! comiiljona IhojCrs. Kmnloyers gain nothing by op- rules. Hours of laljor. 'Plant conditions, as safe- Por intcnElty of dramatic attion Euspenpe. bear.fy of love theme -ami marvellous scenic effects, "Once Jo Every Man" has hardly ever equalled or excelled. ToDight is positively last chance iu pee this wonderTnt .fight. Not ;i war rnaimisslon fouml everywhere a Kreat I because, employees orgouliejlyj ventilalion. sanitation, u.'ovi- pital anyivay ami rcfuaat only leaves in siun (or meals, dressing rooms, reluclanco to risli unemployed raplta ]n jicyv enterprise? or tho-expansion et qiiatin? The eoqt of living was aasign- as o.ne. if not ihp eliicT. causcsrof unrest; whtcli -.yould largely dis- apinar if livitig expenses ruoro nearly lialanced -vyases. At presenl. an nd- vartcsi ill wages is Invariably root by iiicreajie price oE prime neces- Farleaot lite wtiirh many people be- lieve due to proIHeerlng chietly rold stor.ige iilanU which in- suppljes. They alsn present expensive system of ilietr minils a. rankling .sense of in-1 ter, etc. justice. The prudent. employer will 'ou tee "Old Wlvet for you can a good laugh on "hubby11 when you lee ".Don't Change Your Huiliand." Friday and Saturday; will we you? The'Cecll B. Ds- Mille in. every reel.. Gowns? More splendid thanjn -Can't Have Eve'rythino." JE3SE L. LA8KY PRESENTS Cecil B. PRODUCTION 'Don't Change Your Husband' An Artcraft Picture 'in 6 Acts by Jtanle Macpherson ALSO A TWO-REEL PARAMOUNT-SENNETT SCREAM PerformancH Daily at 2.00, 3.45, 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. and 15 cents; Matlneei: Children 6c STARLAND ORCHESTRA TARLAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ;