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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOE FOUR tlbe Detalfc EHxrla DAILY AND VS'ItKLV UETHBHIDGK DAILY HERWJ1 JUNK 1910 VHI LITHIRIDOC HSRALD PRINT' COMPANY, LIMITSO m Mi i W ftWiAMt Hvutlnt Ma Torruci Vulsiu TCLfPHOMCt Autfit BUMJU ol iabtorlpllon Dtily, Dtlly, Mr ;ur DtUf, mail, Weekly, by mill, bl hial! per to U.S..II.O DttMLot ol lUlncrlBtloa MT-4tUr on iddrtu libel. oj uplnvlou diu y to BEATTY AND GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP. President flualty, of the Canadia till tit i cairnot be logically argument against public, mvcer- V.p. thU were accepted we Ight say goodbye to the new of Miiocrac? to which we reasonably 1 ook Kith AS-SEEN FROM OVER THE BORDER. The latxjr (roubles vtewal by a ipar across ihs line merits soino enllon in IlfM they are regarded rom the outside. Thl> Ores'. Palls Tribune torms own cunclus- i. It suites that from such news rcti tt been able to tind tbe labor troubles la Cinada orls- with Ihe metal workers in Win- smploied al Manitoba Iron Woriu, the Vulcan Iron Works and tha Dominion BriJee Company nil. The men demanded higher las and aougbt to negotiate with their employer" through in orjinl- lon which choee to represent them. The employers declined to ne jo'.iittt this organization on the ground thai It ilW not consist ot their employees, but outsiders. They pro- BAHONS (From Our Own I1AROXS. Juno crops la ibis district looklnj well. ground contains sulfia'ent uioistuiy to keep tbfiu joins lor a couple oi weess bin a gocd soaiinE would acceptable for all that, FOSEMOST XOKKMOST. June recent rains have dene much to help oa tbe thai which was sown last. On the whole Uie crop loote good. Considerable breaiing Is hslng done but rain id needed to keep the breaker going. Cut worms' are 're- yonej in one or mo-place? but "not general. MAQLEOP Our Own .MACLEOD, June are still liotding their own. 'On'the Eiirn'rrfeT- fallov.- grain is growing fast, .while the spring plowing is KOI so good. .Monday evening JhelueJ verj' "inch t any commUtee o( their employes, but a5d so il oa not with oatsiders. The strike wns !or .Toother vvoeli. So report called OB this issue, and that Is where worms in tU'.s dislricl. Plan Will Take ed Hos- pital Scheme UP IN .ASS1NG tOK THE BUSY M4N IKrom Our 9wn CARlMTON.June Ai a rejult.of visit ot the I'.r.A. Uand of some thirty members to the con- ventions recentli held at Macleod and l.ethhddge, there IB projected a longer for- this organisation during the last week ol this month. 1 OJr. Frank one ot the Cardston district U.P.A. directors here, Is also the manager Tor the band, and ho speaks In high terms o! (he treat- ment accorded the members upon their recent visit and 'also is highly appreciative of tbe e occurs genie nt given these youthful musicians by Mr. to to negotiate Greenfield and the central organiia- in and" Mrs. Parlby, president of the "collective bargaining' Is comes In. Having arrived at ;his stage Tribune'proceeds thus: are Railway, In his tour throughout tbo j quite sure es to the true lacts with egard to the labor, oreaniietton otter- to represent men before their been very much in the pub- lic Ught-'Ue hii made maa.r addrsst- is Tvhich" commend- themselves in wrja'fii! ao doubt, the sincerity of the Jh the speeches of Ibe President of the C. P. n. there has been brought to-lhe surface something of. tha pol- icy of the his railway corporation In resafa the adinslmejil of labo- Irotiulej... Speaking at Fort William he said lhat last summer the railways .were threatened with serioiia "labor troubles, wage ad- justments: wera made and rates rali- .bul the industrial difficulties dna jo'-uurest- did not thereby disappear. To get over She difficulties, Bftll? stales tb'atlbe C. P. H. idopl- policv unprecetlentEd-in ths his- tory if iii Bone other, than.-bringing the employ- trTanrl employee togeihei- in what a rormd table conference.' icaf known "TLa Rtllway. Board ot-Adjustment Xo. 1" was formeS Tins was comprised of al? reprfisenl iflies ot the and si of the iallv.iv. eMcnUVfc'fAi'.i: of tia getting Ihirty-tw 'dupules.'in some In'volv Ing half a dozsn minor" difference cich one of which might haye pre- cipitntEd a had bean delerm irjfd Ly that board, and in no cas there been an absence, of agrer dtnl. and in no ciWbtd either th or the men complainei tbal justice'was not doue. i policy'of the C. P'. K. sdluttroect ot grievances has evldenliv borne happy .resulls. if the desired result can be en- might .well be mirrored' in other large commercial and Industrial fn the question ot public ownership ol railways, Mr. BE.attv has not dis- guised the stand he takes. Taking Ins company' as a guide, he slrohgly favors private ownership. He de- elates' that he has yet to be. con- Tinted .tliat the spirit rt loyally, In- s Uiitlvl, and esprit de corps prevail Jng amongst the officers and men o: the company over which be ind that'have-tended to its success Til! tin provoked In a policy of jov ownership and operation. Mr. Beatty speaks from the eiper lence 6f his own company. No on d'cnlcs'tbat In efficiency the C. P. K has innch to pride itself on. Th f P. R, however, has been (orturjBlfe InI'ln personnel. But Ihe success of the rajfesy companv does not In ilself tonslltuie. an argument in favor of pr'Tite ownership any more than one swallow -'mafces a summer. As thb particular success o[ Ihe C. P. R. may le presented other companies privately owned that have tailed lamentably. There is.no .why the same qualities of per- sonnel which have helped lo make the C..P.. H. what It Is should be ab sent in the case of gorernrflen! owner After til SI means the sensing by the people them- to what will be essentially ijie'r own property. has tirought about change In the nalion- il'viewpoint. People have come to Alleresi themselves a great deal in nhnl they have hilhcrld considered outside their province. Much of an Mnc'Ut.Te! nature has been Instilled into ihe peopia by the eyatchi ol muii- ownership Wo that a J democracy has risen Irom the .With the new spirit" abroed, r'.ri reason to anticipate that has preralleil will prevail Ilie people become ,ifhal is really tntlr Mnreru', Th_e tiogJy of (lie Mtlelpallon pi tnhlf( JD rfgafil ST. KILDA ,._, U.F.W.A- It is eipecled that transportation 0 j and other expenses necessary to at- eu'd Uio young people's conference.of :he U.V.A. to be held in Kdmonton at ihe university will aggregate some- mployees, but th'ere seems to be no isputa over the "fact teat the stril- js chose them as their represents- res. Perhaps It was a -body satur- led wilh-l.W.W. doctrines as tha aiployers assort and tbe strifeers Bai at' any rato the employers elnsed to treat with it end thus rais- d. the. Issue of "collective harjaln- ag." Now hardly anyone denies the Ight of collective bargaining as a prin- I pie .any more. Tims was when em- ployers fought It, time has passed by.'ln Us usual and accepted ense the right ot labor to unite to mats Us bargains is a thins past dls pule! We are therefore compelled to that, there-- -irai something more tba nlhis'usua hidden behind It. are mole Inclined ,'te' this sis picion Whim w? recall that only last cobT'entloh of labof men of western Canada voted unanimously to recommend -separation from the Am erican F'edera'tiqn of Labor and set- ting up big the pro- ST. May, rains to tills district are matting Ihe crops look good for a bumyer.. IS 19...7hire will ha a large area tj f'tax from this on and a great amount of new breaking for neit year. Some summer-fallowing to ba; dona also. Prospects are the best tor.a crop now that this district has Teen" for the past three years. IRON SPRINGS (From Our Own Correspor.dinO 1KOX SPRINGS. crops aro healthy. 1-s.ler, crops need moisture to savo thera from Ihe cutworms which lively recently. Crops orj .the. vihole are hopeful Gras good Vail a round thing like a thousand dollars tor the board members, bul this does not daunt tie inaiwgor, and he has the promised support of the'central body. This will prove a splendid eiper- ence for the your-s people and we Snow it will give pleasure to many olhers. Returned Men Cardston is pleased lo welcome back two more o! her youthful fight- er; New Denver, B C.. opened its new school with a dance.f A loroado swepl tbe town of Dew- crt, Pa., masy P. K. llllborn, rreslou, lias purchas- ed toe Preston Furniture Co. factory. "iev Joan Somervllle. O. D., Toron- to. Treasurer of the Presbyterian Church. Is dead. William Wedd. lia last mrvlror of the-old V-pper Canada dl" !u Toronto In his 95th year. Tbe late urchblsnop Hamilton, ot pllawa, left an eslate valued al 930. _ Mloiea D. ParXer, 14. ot Basi 'jlssi., attacked irlth sleeping sick- ness two months ago, dead. is going to have Sunday evening baud concerta under the aus- pices o( the I.O.D.B. A train leaving -Monte Vista. with 24 cars of bogs and 19 ot potat- oes had a total value ot It is automo- biles will bo lorned out In .the United States tljls .year. Chicago roslal receiving 191 a month, are asking a. bonus this who haye seen years of service Mr. Teltord Laurie and Mr. Orvillo Bates, both well known here, relum- ed. on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. llr. and }Irs. Laurie have now their two sons with- them who have been over eas thus reuniting their WINNIFRED (Fran Our Own Correspondent! Jung Crop condi tons are still tine All the grain made wonderful headway within the 411 farmer- ing on pro in district for a time enough extra moi-.ure to make plowing good 5 el Cutworms have done some dam age to a few IleH tilt gophers nnd weeds have'done'more-damage-trrarr cul worms m many" tielda' complaints are expressed aniong tnfm 2 farm t famil> ones more All of Cardston will echo theJr gfatiftide at the..safe return of--these yoiing While tiev enlisted at Battleford and'were counted irom our sister1 prov mre we feel to claim them as Card ton, men from their long residence here "Mr J Orville Bates is the second on of Jlr and Mrs 0 B Bates, ol Cardston, who served in the I art Garrj Horse and was wounded In the toot or ankle Just before the big Detroit man, conscience-strick- en" has sent to the city treasurer for paring blocks he stole from in front ot his home during Ihe coal fa- mine. Mrs Elizabeth Hyde, a native of -Birmingham, died recently In that clly at the age ol ono hundred and two _ Pie. 'A. S. Profitt, formerly an .en- gineer in the Government service In 5t John was drowned In British Columbia Lieut. La Verne A. Davis, New York, sued Alfred C. Anderson, Jr. accept without allerallpa. the 'priBclplB'-of dlctatorahlp es a means of transfonalns society, er tb'maVe gopher poisoning ft com pul'orr act Flai 'eedms callv all done, j COUTTS -f (Fiom Our Own corrcspondtiitl tj CObTTb June S recent rains and hearv Intermittent showers Jmve rai ed fhe hapes'of very coaunonal from a capitalistic basis." Jhis', together with tbe talk of tie strlkers'abDUt one bif nnian that- to dictate all labor mutters in Can- ada, leiis'ius fo the snsplclon that It was not an issue 61 collective iarsata- ng. Sot. an' l.WAV. ravolution ry-.movement" that of the rlginal strike and encountered tie mptoyers' the opposition t rnany labor nnlon leaders, the op jotitlo'n ofrthe returned soldiers and of the -Canadian goTernment Th? question of the.sympathetic strike a totally different one. Thst has al-o been raised' In Canada. It'ls rtally de- structive to and antagonistic lo 'tha principle of collective blrgsininj. For is Ibe use ol making s col- lective .bargain if one side of agreement reserves the rlght.to strike and destroy his employer's business, simply because some other employer in'a the world Is allee- to "to haW treated his employes in an- other line'of. husinesB nntalrly. More- over the .aympathetlc slrike Is im- moral t'ecanse it Infoives a breach of agreement on the ol the sym- pathetic atriters in many cases. The-laiior Iroubles in Canada have a sinister aspect lo us. We should be a mile 'caiillMis in accepllng he theory, that they' are a part of Bolshavlkl plans, or disloyal in their ntenl. No douht to some eitent they represent genuine lubor grievances and not a plot to destroy the govern- ment. On the other hand, there are not lacking nnnierons Indications that their object is political and deslroc- tlve ratherthan economic. That seems to be growing In Canada and accounts for the evident anger many .of the relumed soldier! against thealrikeri." this district although in places the cutworms cau high som ed Old ed ground has- qie Ereatest damage from pests I BORDETT "T- _J.' (rrom OUT Own Cmrejwfdant} BURDETT June 1 Thc.crop sre on has been enough moleture to give them and the -warm-days and cool nizht ot Ihe week make ideal -vealher and everjlhing tr look ing fine J- ORION (From Our Own ORION June. The. month .ol dme of a He was n the IightinE ranks before his limb was really owing lo his, heini m a mounted regiment, this because of Ihe pressing need for men He I receiving a most heartv welcome en M old friends and many .elatue As already advertised CO urnns the town of Cardstori.and jh DauEhlers qf the Empire unitjn to a suitable memorial to on hovs on the square The muoiupal hospital scheme will ba presented lo the eteslors during thg neit two ffftl, are planned at all central bt ginning fcbout toe 10th or Jlth mst Jt is expected that minister o. municipalities address one big rneeang at Cardaton about the 21st and Premier Stewart it Is hoped, w.ll he here arjout the lhat wllh the local meetings the electors should he ful'y informed as to this much needed movement School Inspector Mr G R has been visiting the local school here this week and also looking wealthy Cuba sugar planter, for al- ienation, of his .vdfe'3 affectloni, He wa's awarded 000 Polo, which hit hard hy Ihe war 43 being revived by the Toronto Hrint Polo.Club. Twenty now ponies enroute to Toronto from West- ern Canada The first bathing accident-of the season'.-in this, district occurred al Th'amesford; fourteen mileas when Jobu aged weuly-flve. whose home Is at liidiin Hlvtr, near Havelock.. Out., was drowned. W. H. Martiu and VV. D. Sage. Chi- cago brokers, 'while paying ah elec- tion bet by walking from Chicago to New York, have been held up. charg- ed with iK'Ius hoboes, and then ai highwaymen nhen money-was founO on them. Dr. John Watson, professor of pbychology .al Johua Hopkins Uni- versity. Baltimore, declares a mother who cuddles and XUsej her baby when U cries should be punished by .Major T. Kennedy, ol was choitn as Conservative standard- btarer lu Peel (or thear and al. ing of June 1st ve nad a very Eharp frost only tbe the garden sullered. The grain Is doing Vrell. Some have 'been.-scedsd dunns the past "Breaking Is done and.'epjne" njbre flai will be put In as fte're and plenty of it. organ'zatlon ot two new school d's lets to the south ot Kimnaii uno iu e west ot Aetna ate BVjfais ad to 'sea the educational people s their influence is (or the beltermcnt. Sales bt horses continue froiri oint, allhough the prices are not the Mr. John' Newby took oul a ship ..er.t this week, and Messrs. Evan nd Oinnton are also, sending tint sev ral cars and have further numbers If "we get. another'season lite 1S08 ir 1903 we shall- sea horses: come v i V 1 WARNING TO HUNGARIANS PARIS, Juno 3.-IPrernler Cleraen ceau haB telegraphed the Hungarian government lhat allacki by-Hunjarla" government troopa on Czecho-Slova forces mujt cease, in case ol non compliance the allied and associale governments have decided to use ex treme measures to constrain Ilungar to retre hostilities, the premier's adds, (Friyjn Otir Own COUTTS. June trustees he t'oulls" School pjafrict 1 succeastul social. .in-the! ew school house on Junev 3rd. argc crowd turned but front' hot ides of" the line and Bpent a ,ver ileasant evening. A-.tnost .-enjoyabl ealure ol lHe.iirogri.ai.wa> rousi tendered by Master Jphn.riuaVeU an Is felster, Mr juhe and Messrs. Ffoyce na also .trie, auccei ot the Th'e. schor house has supplier! a loife-fett wan and Ihe trustees hope- that this Is Ihe drat ol many such, social'fun lions. for SOLDIERS How Everyone Can Help, MEXICAN SITUATION 'WA'SHI.VGTON, June hot the Meiitan BltuaHpn is so criti- cal that a larger force ol Iroops on the border Is necessary io protect Irts ar.d property ol cMlzens, Gov- ernor of Teias, has requested Secretary ot War Baker to call into Ihe federal service the first and sec- ond brigades-.nl tj) mobilize them at convenient 'points.' They sell eight quirls'of milk for a'dollar Anlon .1. 0. Simmers, .IKi Youge slreet, Toronlo, retired, one evening recently as usual, apparently in the best ol health, ond was discovered .dead In bed neit raorniiig.'due possi- bly lo hemmorhage. at CKCta.frivilttr. and en' efi.'i'rrllVfl to rtr.- itr unite lo thotc mtn who httf rtKdtrttt tfrcict to us greater lhaft ccn net te npaid." Growers' Guide. FRENCH GENERAL IN COMMAND OF CZECHS June Oen. .1. I'elln, of tno Krentll army, a'piinlnlwl to (lie (.-ofiiijiriiij of ibe Czectio-Slov.ik forces tiy jlnni 1'JIS, VaV ctlii'f ot siaff to Miirihol JuBro. CANVAS FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES' WEAR Don't delay "your Canvas Foolwe'ar till Ihe minute von want lo wear It, You can set a better selection to choose (i-or-i, also ft belter fit while the flzcs are unbroken. liny now arid don't bc'disapvolnlcd. Wo havo High flhocE in Canvas and DiicX (white) Clolh with Military or Heels, Prices from up to per ptir W. J: NELSON Co. T KOX3SUCXJS THE Government has developed a" broad plan to help soldiers settle on farms It is securing land. It is granting loans. It is obtaining advantageous prices on equipment, stock.. It is providing agricultural training and farming supervision. j 'That is as much as the Government iuelf do. But the plan needs more. It needs a com- munity spintiof co-operation. i Already Provincial Governments, and Veterans' Associations are gtviBg assistance Man} manufacturers ?nd sellers of farm have agreed to soldier settlers special successful farmers have willingly worked on j Committees which have lo pass on the applicants, wlio have havd in lending money pn farm property are serving on Advisory Committees, But even'siich practical assistance is each community farmers can .be of real service to the Wjiw setller. They can give him advice about, locar.cpndiMOM. .They can lend him an.extrajiorse or plough, give lielp at seeding or harvest time, and extend lo friendly, neighborly, respectful spirit which he In this way Canada is performing a double duty.' discharging, as.far as possible, the debt we owerjo; soldiers; and it is'adding'to the country's chief-i industry a Jsody-of competent, willing producers.. I'ull information about-lands and loans for soldiers will be sent on perintend- Edmontari Ptiblle .Dulliltng, Wmonton, Alta. request to theProvincialSupe ent, Soldier; vSeltlement Bo utdlfr rural it It Ik liis niton IMI Ihiy c'in iMr pirm'a j rfd The Soldier BI.ACK, Unkni Baildini, OTTAWA i i ;