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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 10If THB DAILY NKHALD PAGE ELEVEN TO FftANCE Suffering France once more has vis ions of coming Into hor The author following little gem heals with her woes and her glories la a true understanding of the Indom itable spirit of France which still holds faith In victory that present Indications are 0 daughter of the1 morning on thy brow Immortal be the lilies thou hast won Eternal be thy station In the That shines not on a splendor such as thou A strength is thine beyond the armor ed And past dominion of the lance and iTlio now thou as battle thun ders on tho fields that cannon be O beautiful and 1 dear iJWhoso cause is one with Freedom and her The armies of the night devise thee Dut on thy helm tho star of Truth Is And Truth shall tho thy cities And morning breaty tho now the night is strong PERSONAL and Oreen and Miss Bdgington spent the week at Glacier John Dow was a visitor in Cal gary on McKlllop has as her Ktiest her of k Howard Kellr of the dagary Herald staff Is a visitor in the City his Tom Ixrln left to visit for a short time at Vancouver nhd other coastal Crater Of West Penn has arrived in thecity and Is the guest ot her son and his and 1 and Sandbach have Korie to Bankhead to spend a short Du Guerre is a visitor at the and Trout are spending a brief vacation In Jim Long has returned from visiting In High V Walter of la visiting friends near tho city for a few of is a vis itor in Spokane for a few and of Cards ton are visiting in Calgary for a few and R Matthews and family have returned from spending a holiday at C of Otta is the guest of George Dlx on for the Ewert and left yesterday afternoon to visit in Van of 78th Depot is spending a week In the Miss Jean Grantof The Market isIn trio city for the gtftmpedo and is tho guest of her and Davidson and little also and Lonch wore motor visitors for tho week end at Glacier f and and ami Mrs Spooner nnd children have returned from camping In the moun tains a motor trip through the Windemero r Harry Clark who has been in tho city owing to the death of her has returned to her homo at Tide near Medicine Sherlock has just received word that her son Clarence Sherlock has passed his final examina tions In thn securing a first certificate and has been offered the position of Instructor in night bombing Nursing Sister formerly of Lethbridgo and recently ot the Ogden Convalescent Hospital in Cal gary has left for overseas Crothers SOCIAL EVENTS Women Should Take special care to keep free from back weakness and For these recurring ailments and other condi tions peculiar to Bccchams Pills are a tested and effectual They act gently and promptly on the liver and and exert a strengthening effect on the bodily These famous pills are purely contain no habitforming and produce no disagreeable Women the world find needed help and strength in Lorgut Sole of Any in WorU Worth a Guinea a Box The Art Department and Executive nf the Mathesis Club entertained yes terday afternoon at the home of in honor of Hicks who is shortly leaving the During the afternoon McClenaghan express ed the regret of the club in losing Hicks asked Nel son to present to her a leather writing portfolio as a token of remembrance from the Hicks has been a very prominent worker In Knox Church and the Red Cross as well as the Mathesis club and will be greatly missed in the CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Stevens section of the ahs will meet with 1252 Sixth tomorrow night at eight SEEN AI Dawson July A mammoth meteor Illuminated the arctic heavens at midnight last It passed like a huge comot from east to west across the and at Dawson the sky and landscape were lighted up as though it had been the brightest of Many places along the northern telegraph line also were Provisions of a proposed new child labor law were laid before President Wilson by a group of labor leaders headed by Sampel president of the American Federation of SHOES FOR THE FAIR BY EXPRESS ill Vi We Have Just Received An Express Shipment of Shoes For Our Visiting Friends See them in Maple Silver Field Mouse Seal Brown and Ivory These are the latest creations for early fallsee our window NELSON Corner 3rd and 7th Sherlock Buikjing July weather on top of the hysterical conditions iirisl Ing from the war may Inn ginonls of widespread restlessness among Uio workers of showing not so much In exorbitant demands for increased wages ftfl Insistence upon shorter hours and tho recognition nf Whatever tho muse of la bors unrest at the the remains that the Minister of tho Honorable Is the centre of which impinge the conflicting and often contradictory statements of the workers mi the em HE IS THB MCNTHK THOUGH 15Y NO MANXKK OK MEANS THE Because he is Minister Labor ho needs must hear both sidos of tho and without blng party to adjust the differennM and koop the wheels ot industry turning in tho larger interest of maintaining Can adas peakload prosecution i the Uko tlie third pnrty who in a domestic ttio lot of the Minister ot Labor can said to be a happy for m matter how a labor trouble is settled it is hu manly impossible to satisfy and no one ever sends boiiuct of roses to a Minister of NO ONH LOVES THE MAN WHO STOPS A after seven years af adminis tration of the Department of the Honorable tlinnks In a great measure to hU keen Iriali sense of still buoyantly acts astthc storm centre as it lie enjoyed It anil may be said to have won the re spect of both workers iind through sheerforce of liis uniform His outstanding tics arc common sense and knowliititc of human He ta nn doctrinaire He has no His mind is that of a just He gathers tin Hr tens sympathetically and then gets both parties to the quarrel It may be unfortunate not until the row is on and he is asked to hoar the reasons for tho are his services made use for most labor difficulties do not arise over but grow out of minor matters If taken at the beginnings could be easily But where the dis ease of dissension has spread and be come noticeable he diagnosis it and suggests a common sense In a free and easy democracy like Can ada where compulsion either of labor or capital is it is difficult to see what other course a Minister of Labor could At the heart of every Canadian labor trouble may be ound lack of perhaps of ong due as much to the employer as to the With bct understanding of fraternity and vith more emphasis given to the para mount importance of tho common labor troubles may cease in BUT INDIVIDUAL MEN MUST HAVE FIRST A CHANGE OK Means of Speaking to the writer of how the ndustrial Disputes Investigation Acts vorks Crothers said It pro vides a means for the adjustment of differences arising between employ ers and workmen by a board of con one member of which is chosen by the one by the em ployer and the third selected by in the event of their being un able to by the Minister of The men selected by tho as is common in fenerally become advqcates respect ively of the parties naming and the decision is really given by the chairman so is important to select a high type of man who is absolutely and I always for tliat purpose selected a judge if one was at all It has happened that where the appointment came to me I liave been requested indirectly by one i side or the other to appoint as chair man a man favorable to the person applying to To the solicitor of a large company on one occasion came and asked me to ap point a certain man favorable to the company which I indignantly refused to Then a member of the house of a supporter of the gov ernment of the came to me and repeated tho when I told him such action on my part would bo obviously unfair and would make me unworthy tho position I I the company has already chosen one man on the board and your proposi tion is that they shall select a sec He became angry and said It was tho first timo ho had ever asked a favor of the lubov department and that it would be thn lust I learned the decorum of public of fice many years ago from an oldfash ioned high judge of the pro vince of Ontario on one occa went to London to hold the as sizes and before reaching the court house met his brother with whom I was After the usual cor dial greetings the judge said to his What are you doing here On being told that he was a witness at tho court hoise the judge In a case that I am to try His brother replied Then the judge remarked You need not remain any longer for I will not try a case in which you are to bo a Sympathetic With It is charged against the Crothers that ho is sympathetic with the Ha does not deny the but rather gladly hears It for his long public career bears tes timony to the fact that he has stood for justice against the aggression and for the weaker against the Ho believes in a square deal for tha wageearners of Canada and has not hesitated to array the whole forces of the government of Canada against powerful corporations In order that iair treatment be extended ti those who labor Vith their hands Letters coma to department al most dully from w irkingmen express iveof their of the lliall intar osts are looked after by thr while thoughtful business men com mend him for his Judicial statement of what Canada expects from labor during tho Off his own on ono after reading a press dispatch that two working men hntl been convicted and sentenced to three months Im without appeal having been made to the minister of lin look the matter up and had the men reloaded in a few Their con viction was subsequently quashed by a higher court and his sympathetic regard for the wageearner when ho believes the workers are wrong ho does not refrain from tolling them frankness is without prr vious thn president of a labor organization wired him that his or ganization would go out on strike next The minister was iston ished and replied to the labor organi zation asking him why he delayed till the next why not strike that This reply was effective in bringing the labor leader to earth niul The Crothers is oldfash ioned In Rome of his and thank Heaven Canada still has gentlemen of the old school lit public He In an enemy of He has never recommended a relative for a position in lie public nor has one been appointed Nor has he recommended for a of Im portant in ho public any one applying for because bo be llovos that such an application is facie an indication of inability to achieve success In the open fieid of These wore thprin which guided him in makihg appointments before the civil Service Comrtrsiiion came into lielnj they lire his firm In Ontario he ie gratefully known PM tlu man who smashed the school book and greatly reduced the cost of public and high school text 1905 as chairman of tho provincial commission to inquire into the cost of school text books he performed a lasting piibllc service at no expense to the He set an excep tional example of disinterestedness by returning the cheque for which the government sent him as an honorarium for his services as with the statement that his actualdisbursements hail been S192 and he would accept nothing for his public Naturally he gained the enmity of the members of the school hook ring and tins sinci regained their Hut the peo ple of Ontario have been saved Isrge puma of money through his Inquiry and miinotisllkr He first aspired to Wni In tho Ontario leghlalVj in but was I by seven tlotigli the normal liberal majority in that riding wai He cnioral house of commons for West Klgin in witha majority of In I till lie was with a majority if and In 1SM7 by to in dicate a progressive popularity muring those who knew hln with whom ho makes his His recent report to the governor gencrflllrtcoiincil on labor conilirJom in Canada demonstrate the that has a thorough grasp of thn situ and a rear and Idea of the principles by Can add must bo governed If Industrial peace is to In min ister of a port of llui craft of th worker s anc happily thjy may cl or and rlli m WHUAAI ITAMAH ANXIOUS TIME July to the Manchester Lanca shire cotton industries have reach ed an period bordering on a serious There the sihility of the cotton control board resigning until the government supports its policy rsgarding the questions of trade also Is worried over the dispute regarding the recent wages award and the demand of spinners using American cotton thnt they be paid for hours enforced stoppage of work be of insufficient American cotton HEAVY FROSTS frosts night are reported from Mirror IMICR Spirit Jranile Lako Saska Heavei Lodge and There isnt a leaf of common tea in a ton of and being stronger it really is the most economical to use in your Blue grown Dont Miss Seeing Display Dont Miss Seeing This Display A Fine Display of RICH Simpsons Booth at the Exhibition Building Also Ladies Muffs and Capes All these furs are for We will accept a small deposit and store any article you select until you are ready to take OR we will take SPECIAL ORDERS and have them made up to your liking for delivery October or A Word or two about Qualities and Values We took no chances on later deliveries from the manufacturer knowing that there will be a great scarcity of the popular lines of furs and also knowing that prices are advancing rapidly we bought early at the lowest market get ting the choicest selected skins at the right You can compare our fur prices with any high grade furs in the We know the prices are right and the styles are the very While Looking Over Our Display Take a FREE GUESS At the number of beans contained in a glass The nearest guess is good for a Fine Silk Sweater The second nearest gets a Rich Rat The third nearest secures a New Marabout The Simpson ;