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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .f .PA.GE FOUR MONDAY. J U N R 23, t, DAILY AND WEEKLY and Pvtltolura HrttB LETHBR100E HERALD PRINT- iMG COMPANY, LIMITED M> South, Lathbriojl W A. Bucnanan Businesi TELEPHONES .eu 1242 1124 Membrr Audit Bureau of j, 16 Dailr, delivered] per year J" 63 Dtlly, br niU, per'rfer 5SCO Weekly, br mail, per year .'.J1.50 Weeklr, >f per year U.S..M.OO or an Citra 52.Ci> por dav (or I 55 days, including good and bad j .'neither, through harvest and itos'i- tag. while the day vases season diwi not usually exceed two mouths of JO working days per month, or W days in alL In addition this, not later than 3ij days after December olst. when the farm's books are closed for tlie year, the company will psy dend on the earned the tinielhs laborer was emplojed, at the same rate of dividend the which avcr- rd 20 per during the seven company has beeji_orga! led. I', as 'n the other example, tie amount earnad wai this divl tland will amount to-auother or A total for eight months' work o I7S1.CS. adopted by, the Xobleford Is something on new line la agrkullural industry. It is basj on the proper principle of ehcourag [us co-operation .and interest uetwee employer and employed. If genera ly adopted it will do much In solvin the.labor, problem which, periodical] Datei ot eiplry. o! iubscriptloni ip- 4iHy on Accept tacffof papers after eiptrsUon. daU Ii tathoritT tV contlnm rrlptioiu affects the men on the farms. RE-ELECTION-OP- SAMUEL GOMPERS The re-election: of-Samuel Gomper BE President oMhe American Federa- lion of labor .13 something more than a renewal of confidence In The spirit he showed'.In-; steering tie ship -of Labor the aniiou: period of theCwar-.woa for him an approval wh'ch bv iha opposition he" met from the reac- tionary elements iu the ranks of PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE To the fanners of. the West U- is not one between pr lection and freo trade. To them It 8 question removing the'burde on. tie necessities of HfVand doin away with', the arre production. In the truth that outsiders often see most of-the game, the views of the Christian Science' Monitor, which we" append, are apropos. That Journal has correctly sensed tie western termers' attitude towards, the when in an editorial'on "Canada and the TarHf Strawberry Crop Moving-- Need of Ruin Felt to Bring Fruit Aluag- Monday, aud pending Isa purehiso ofl a ranch property, arc occupying Hexl bouse on Fourth slrtet, which has iust bevu vacated by Nlcholls who has taken tho residence of the late .M. Glaier. The Crestou Hotel Is under new management starting this J. Hell, a. newcomer from Kdmontou, aslns It from Mrs. Mead. Creston lloartl of Trade is pressing ibe Dominion fishery officials to make a thorough survey of She streams iu this section with a. view lo re-stojkiug them with some suit- able varfcly of fry. A Creston laJy. Miss A. Euhutt. is among, the class of the third year graduates at nursing at tho Kooto- nay at Nelson. P 1A UP IN ASSING liiig (Flx-m Our CHBSTON'. B. June rs are c-xpecteJ here this week to tart laying- out the 4C-acre blocks n tha 70M-acro tract the provincial and settlement boarcr-bas acquired ia hs Cauyon City sMik'n. 2.500 a'cros at least will ti- laM out an5 as soon as the surveyors finish the land clear- ng orsoratlous will This will provide about sixty farm and the re'tu.-ned soldiers will have the' first choice of these. The' Valance of the area will bo taken over by 3-une. tS22. iy which time the Canyon City Lum der Co. agrees to have the remaining acres ttat are standing timber ready for clearing "The purchase lakes 'in the Cat City Lumber Co. holdings except mill site and the tine S20- acre stock faroi which manager Rid gers ti EtocteJ vilh registered Holstelu cattle and Osfford Down sheep. At the June meeting of the Ores ton Valley Women's' Instltu'to the- ladle! decided that they would not pu up 'a Tor schpo board honors al the annual Vnectin; next montb, hut Instead has appoint ed a ladies visiting committee fo each of the Valley schools wliojyil legularily call Labor. This tas XIjeei1 jf expresses itself in ths fol- dorsed his 'reflection. This re- election, iberefore... serves to showl tbat the heart'o'- Ixibbr is sound and! spoils confusion to. those too much, excess of logic ran amuck with Wild and Utopian ideas In the precent indu'strial unrest throughout the world there is abund- ant need of that wi doin which goes with .wise counsellors -who-are ac- cepted as, such amongst-the rank and 'file of Labor. Gompers has enemies but they are amongst who are the holders of principles which In tlrelr -trend .are revolutionary with nothing practical in them 10 meet J he .situation which "they are 'tieavorlng to create The mfti who revile Campers, and the) have been this as in other cities, em phasizft the need of leaders like the present the can Federation of Labor to save Labor frrfm be'ng engulfed m the whirlpool toVwhlch seek- ing lo lead it TSjnot say that the mflamed labor fil" smarting nnder ilces" which adjustfng If left to unw'ce the outcome be chaoa Jljis intelilgent Labor appreci ales in The action the_great Federation of taken m niming Its Presld_eht Satriuel Qom jera, at a time of stress and trjfal, showed himself a master of me siina (ion in a way that appealed to all Tight thinking men inside and'outside of Labor tabor needs tie btmpathy of the "public, and with a nian of the calibre of the hea'd 'of the American Federation of Labor, .with a' belief in constitutional methods, to direct the policy of Labor, this looks assured. t lowing manner: Wben.tia Canadian voters rejected tie proposed reciprocity agreement with the United .States, in the latter- days of' President Taft's administra- tion, there were on the souths 't-rly side o[ the boundary who be- lieved that the time, would come when (heir northern cousins re: ihe rejection If that agreement, had- 'resent Renovat- Has Visit Hot Spvell Our Own BARONS. June opera house in future be run by Grace and Iliack, who have purchased the build- ing from" Mr. Planting. The. new own- ers are completely renovating tho in- terior and are haying p new exit placed ou-tb? west side. The Teuiils Club's entertainment, pqstponeil on account of rain on the Kth, will bo held on Monday evening, the 23rd, In the. opera house. -A largo-.crowd travelled to Clares- holm on Wednesday afternoon, when ISarons and Claresholm baseball teams clashed iu lhe first game of Southern Alberta League. The gaiiio CharlotteWwu F. K. I. has opened return in about a in 'Military District No. UMrs. A. Campbell, East-West fauther near -Orangeville, was in- stantly killed by lightning into effect the markets-of the aireaar. Cpiseherrles, are. moving. In United States would have been open considerable quantity, and are going to Canadian grain and dairy W to he the Wggest shipper cottonseed on, American fruits, about a'-'yi. r _ cerUta-other products, and aUowed-UiapJe Creek, East' 'It 'is partly Im greatly reducrf duties on agricultural: proved: and implement and other TShether and. of Canadians mclnde anV considerabli proportion' who would be willing t charged with foment Ing .revolution." Mrs Frecier had her the savings ot years, stolen In' a Los Angeles T.' Delegates from 23 building trades unions at Boston are demanding 4" hours a waek 51 an hour About forty member' have. vice in France and'Flanders, Of that number about six were killed in Uon After lhe banquet Bro Rbv Peters gave an address ot welcome, which was responded to-iby Bro W very fitting manner. A..-JH. Johnson and Oeo I program Vfw'haSft of'danc antt expects a large i.GooiwJn- in. _ .....___ crowd there wnit he thinks Aller the EpEeChes therewere a num. of item. Miss Cameron will sing. I ter of SD-ggs antt selections, and las that (be condHfon, of the reciprocity agreement ol 1911 WOMO iior now. be j aTcaptahle ,to thk, country fact, GJ aTcaptahle ,to thk, country fact, GJDSon anf family who-have gone to the mlere Is-- of Can- olds to operate a ada landed 5. wa only: natura, J> by the war, are moving nlght lo organize, an .atiio- uj me I morrow tiignt. to erably stiffer tariff in the M ,nb_ oreatlfllssallsfaellpn isis OTer the stata-oL.the. roads ia they these parts, and ifis" expected the i I r __Hi a ram- question that tie Dominion Ij again confronting it: And'now, a tflen it is the fanners of oppose the tariff theory Cresto lo' :4'.. over grlckEcn in the iecond.dash. lester- PROFIT SHARING AT FOUNDATION ha been previoncly called iu' these columns to the profit-sharing rpelhod put into practice by the Foundation In Its being something Ir} the" way'of a solution-of the present Industrial .unrest In this plan em- ployees who have worked for the company long enough to their Value'were. given Ihe-opportnnlty of rurcbaalng shares Hi Ihe compan> o'n of paying-ten per cent. of, the purchase price down and giv Sag an open note for the balance to tTje company who then advanced the .Test of 'the: monej' to pay for the of taken, Tho em ployeet'agreed lo pay olf tie ilote so much per month, which sum ii7deducted from'his or her wage ky the office and all d'vldends which ire declared are towards pay irtg off the note as well until the no! ft" fully paid and then the share o become lhe'property of th Urged i's scheme by what is known ai the "Farm Laborers' Profit-Shar- ing plan" This plan IB one of mu tinl benafK It has been adopted to overtime the practice of farm labor era coming on to farms to work by fro mi ictwry m It-seems to be the case that tho flay the club had a comm- anufactuters are discussing this erable .improvement via: rnaae in manufactnteji que lloa as if it were In fact ac Is sue of prolectlon'or t'aile- 7ili3 is a rolstakef Aithough there may be ndeed when the matter diamond. .ftere on Monday looking The issue is actn- ]and mining Interests.; ,11? Is in coal properties 'it own lo practice ___ lly wnether the country shall accept largely interested, fe.. coal ,lgh iroteoto, imposing a" duly-of ;al3o-Md that Men From Overseas Welcomed Holds Good Active m Rec6rd (From.Our Can Corresponilcrl) June CM 1 ford Jliller, who had been a prisoner of war for nearly three'years, return- ed home to BeHevue rather unexpect- edly on Tuesday morning last He en listed at'Pincher Creek with the 13ti C.M.R. early In 1915 and soon after saw active ten Ice He looking well'and says-he feels nothing lhe worse for his time as a prisoner In I thb Hun camps The strike has enlered on its fourth week in Bellevue, and Ihlngs are 'as usual. 1 The G.W.VA. held a basket social and dance In the Workers' Hall on Thursday, Juno 19 There were some 1 now boasts a-second hand Jllingwo-rth ;ot Ed.nip'nion rpenlne up in that 'line-In ;the Me- building on Monday. Ihis question, amonsat farmers. High protection, now Canadian I added to the asl local fleet this week.-'G. .11. Bohlee 2'5 per cent on many ot the' to- ir njce baskets, and good prices were I 'ffnniJnttv. the offered. wasTwell attend ed; furnished by liveryono had gowf.liine. I BcllQvue football team Jour rn'nyed lo 'Coleman dri'1 June '.IS', and played a' game with Ihe'Coleraaii'bpjs Strange to they won liy to 0 Ind It all thb team-had had foolbalK shoes lo play- with'it'might have bden.10 to 0 in of -ncllovue The Coltman Epirls come to isellevue on June 25 Bellevue Lodge, ICpFiT gave a to all the members who-hjiva returned IID lo dale from acllvo ser- -TJC'C. The lodge has a good record. _______ go.bdSi- and Implements, week, reriresenting Cre'stoii They sell what they have (o sell tinder A, F. and at the grand lodge a disadvantage; they buy what they I and fan- have to liuy under, a Tj creek, afriveA.on It Is not strange, ihercfore, to their side ,of lhe case gaining a riew j Jho month unlll harvest and ,lh'en on by tbe day rorn ovoid this change afid possible ijHck of Intercsi lhe Foundation has a plan, Vhereb} who sallsfacllon and remain llirougli consideration in the pfesa, or to -hear jj n'i farmers' Are 'hittng organized with a vle'w to txcrtlng, an Influence on llie Dominion lawmakers. Ihey will be able It? bring about freer trade iMndiSo'ns with the Cnlted !s a that BCems lo be what they want. The caso'of the farmers. In this matter, appears i indeed to be tlie of-the average! That coat of .living cmnmisaion in full season have a liomis certftinly discloscrl nn Hie amount of moneS rraontti for four moniliH nnil J5500 slioV .Iliat Jlic Orivcrnrtent ehouM Invesllgiillon a long Ions Mme. Our Help! Closes WEDNESDAY Nobn 'Tweity per ccnl ol tjiii would bo jbcoii loo m'lidi. flclav u Until that date all Women's Pumps and in that store in 3, ahd 4, (fir, per pair Boy Needs These Long-Wearing Stockings You can't prevent him frtoin being hard on stockings when out for a tramp, or at the "swimming-hole." __ __ Butyou can get him stockings made to stand such that will save you considerable Brown Stockings. sWe had your boy In mind when we 'designed these, bojr who mil play hard. We knit them from eitra long yarn-wjth a two-ply leg s. and three-tly heel and toe, The who knit these years of special training in knitting Buster Brown good looks durability into hosiery. _ v ,Fo> good looks are knitted into Buster Brown They're neat and present gentlemanly appear- ance at all times, Your boy will be proud o? them. Get these durable stockings for him. They cost less because they weir they require less mending your dealer fdr durable hosiery. Sold everywhere. The Chipman-Hbltpn Knitting Hamilton, Ont.-Mllfi also at Wtlland "BUSTER r ;