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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. THE iVAttvY .Time 25, A LEtHWUDGE HTABLKHID DICSMMH fublM.it by Htrald PufclUhln't Sixth StrMt, Canada. 1224 W. A. IUCHANAN. Managing Dlrtctor T. W. QUAYLE ManafllnB Idltor JOHN TORRANOK Bualneii Manigir PHONIt Advirtlilnf Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY tUKCHIPTION RATMv i ywr.'W .6 otien u axlrrf. Hut Hoih-.liliw old AddrwaM lliuBt be KlvtR. A THE- DAILY .HiRALB FOR KALI AT Cpanbraak B. Ttrtir i, _. L. Keinffcxa. Olimond City Bmr Wide 1 Tfews company. Brown, ._ News Company... Ax-enue. B. Alio on ill C. f. Book A Co. andra Store. Co.: Si.W. >litoher J. IV L. McCrML. I BTOJ, T-HE WEtKLY HERALD Publiihad every Wedmwdaiy In elf Jit or more and contain; a -.-summary of Hewfljofihe'wtck, 'local and district ,1 In advance .6 months In advance ......75c. months in advance .......5Qc. 1'ftsu'i caused a Tovolullon clown Ihcrc.j. Aron't our Onturlo friends in tcrrlitieodniigVr.-pr luuiox'tUiou .when Its govonunoiit soils sonio of Its land Tlicso Tories lohl fall thu't If 'the fanners trafflck with L'nelo Canada's WHH What, ubont It uoj A Permanent Board of Arbitration OTTAWA FREE -PRESS -in .-L Labor favors -the creation of a pevnianent Board of Arbitration un der the Industrial JMspu'tes Act, The appointment such a. board was first advocated by the present member of the House of Commons for Medicine Hat about two years ago at a banriuet of the Lethbridge Board ;of Trade, and he repeated his views 1 ;on the floor of the House last ses- sion. A board is a necessity. Individual boards appointed to deal with strikes cannot acquaint them- .selves 'with the derails and intricacies v ot an occupation or industrj in a hurried court of bgatlon The .policy at present; is for -the parties .So a difficulty to each select a repre- pentative and they in turn are sup- posed to select a chairman of' Ini- partial standing. It is almost- invar- iably, tbe. case; that the parties do not goveriiaiont mimes the chairman. In the coal strikes inves- tigations' in ;this district different boards have been appointed in every instance, with the result that there hits been dissatisfaction, especially with th-9 chairman, who in nearly every case, was not acquainted with mlnipg'and could not get in touch with its technicalities quickly. What was the His decisions fre- quently lack of knowledge and caused conUnuauce of the trouble by a refusal-to "accept his settlement. Our Ibat the chairman at least should be permanent, If the government selected a .man of the; Mabee type for the job, who would mete' out fair play and make himself thoroughly acquainted with the in- dustries -of'4he- country from the standpoint ..of 'the employee and the employer; .'we believe- they would go a Ion? distance towards making tbe ndustrial- Disputes Investigation Act more effective and more acceptable. Ttie Log-Drag 'for Earth Roads (Toronto Mull and Empire) About -'oiuvflfths of the country roads in Ontario are of earth, with little or no dressing of stono or grav- el to harden and sniootlicn the sur v ship councils in improving the stand- ards of the- earth roads. Much can be done at little, cost if the proper measures nre taken. Thut Ottawa Outfit (Simcoe Reformer) The editor of this great family journal was in Ottawa recently-rthe first time since the parties changed sides in the House of Commons cham- ber. It was our blessed privilege to have a good number1 erf the gentlemen who are. doing their best to appear like 'statesmen, while they hold cabinet councils on'the steps of parliament and In the corridors of the beautiful and -expanded Rideau Club. The inspection made the morning aftec' took office. us rough men get out and hustle fo corn and potatoes when might shippin' geraniums :and .irainin' cfim son ramblers. Star, He found ,hia halr.-vai1 leaving the top of ME head, and took his barber to task about it. "You sold me two bottles of stuff to make the 'hair grow." "It "is very strange it, won't grow interrupted the 'barber. "1 can't understand it." "Well, look here." said the man. "I don't. mind drinking another .bottle, but this must be the Tit-bits. Ollle Beautiful Decline the gigantic and DRA be able quench their" thirst. This tfie present iCaVejof hflat i coine almost chronic NeayH every thing fades from consideration in the common desire-to assuage ithe crjing calls of nature Consequentlj a great deaf of fop th6se ulio while oppressed drj are unabl-e-to-obtain speedy -re- lief So tar as the ordinary inimaa )s concernetl he is In the can be Hhc erection ot feeling: ot thirst lias be j drinking frough-T so to speak, receptacles for Hater of -befog able easily _to .Jmve -access, to :the means re- moving a physical even easj method of applying him self to Hie- domestic 01 -office water 'tap provided that is that under, pre -sent he'is toot exactly a ponnoisseui of the quality of the ciij drinking water But with horses and dogs .the. case this brings, us to namely, the inadequacy Is diiteient .our 'subject, an our streets troughs for 'th-tge- useful and companionable mem- Is ers of society. There shbula.be in every principal street, the 'by -streets- leading from 'Jtliem, provision made whereby horses 'and dogs may OHQ ahovc fouhorses, and onevibelow for animals are out in the streets, should not be wait until ttiej "enter a Ih erv barn home before thej the of satisfying ivhat niusi be in-thia1 weather a potent thirst. In some cities there are associa tions of a phllenthropic nature so far as dumb are conderned take upon themselves the du lifts of haying drinking troughs erect thoroughfares There are lead to confusiop eapecKllv in connection with the postal depart- ment, If-the-home inanufacturers are not abje to supply the needs of the build- jlng.'and other trades, how would it do. to let.'.other manufacturers assist. Surob development is not to be re tarded home-supply houses get ready to fiirnish the .demands of Finance has the rem In-ar speech at Toronto Hon." Thos. CrothrB intimated that the dm when tbe present Finance W. T. .White, .would be 'leailtr of.' Cnn- adfl.'1 The -Tories- have, great faltii In thalr were tonncr Lioerals The premier claims to have been 8i at one time and trferman GrOthcrs sees as a coming .premier-Vis a former Liberal. man with a training as a Liberal 'is sjl'e fo Horrors' Ontario government which loyal and has sold two townihip's of land .to an Am- wonder this action i speaks kindly of the- .possibilities of two or as a whole ,they can neter make good The jiirreniier s whitening locks and-Oxford accent- may be impressive, but else to qualify on. Finance Minister White may posasse the-, entire con- fidence of thp. financial -majnaws of Toronto, but" he could .nevtr make a vote on the ac- countants and -financial manager? are to, be hnd statesman, handling the money of a nation's scarce. We don't Borden hae found George-..Foster is aii old stt-ry he still has.his record about his neck; Sam Hughes, as-the holder of a portfolio continues to be a joke There -are hat" a, dozen recent im- portations from Englan-d in Nor- folk who look quite as competent as does the gentleman" who the somewhat surprised recipient of Mr. Borden s i auction to be the com fetent Fisher s successor Pelletier is. a'camp', follower; Reid a ial congressman and senator-elect from Kentucky, was in conversation the other day with a Washingtonian, when the latter-made certain inquir- ies with reference .to a mutual friend whom he had not seen for a number of years. "And how does Colonel Prescott spend his declining he asked. "Beautifully, sir, an- sw-ared James. "He hag a fine farm sir. And a string of trotters; sir. .'An a barrel of whiskey 16 yean and a wife of the.sanie age, Saturday Evening rPost. Here are three good onis 45 x 125 feet On 6th for- merly Held St.. facing south and a splendid building site. TERMS Five Lots Facing north on..7th. Avc. S, and'loth St. South, cem'. ent sidewalks, wiitor and sow- er; a.splendid building stte. For tlmo only Four Lots On' iith St., east; a splendid lite for tlirje good bongos. Can be hid for EASY TERMS Freeman MacLeod CQ. Dominion Block Phone 1212 ,told of the lai .The inspection t a crack 'rifle corps which he con mantled. passed'.' off satisfactorilj there wer'fs. no' complaints, and t! regiment was evidentlj in good orde ther "Inspecting I-am .bound to tell you, Colonl, B that'1 h'av-a reached gambling being carried on axtensive lj among That ma been the said th Colonel, but I ca assure jou nothing of the kind 11 i vogu-e now because Tie won nil th ready money in .the regiment, and could not allow any '.gambling on THE PEOPLES' FORUM conundrum did he get the jobV ,ThU 'part of pnta-rio knows Tom Crothen well enough- to appreciate him at hlfi real worth Bob Rogers wouldnt take anything 'that was actually screm-ed to the floor Then there Frank Cocbrane Well the other day Sir James Wmt ney was asked, not -once, -but a cou- ple of times, to let lion Wm Hanna succeed Hon lames (md both times_-returned t decided fuaal Hanna U a valuable When Borden asRed got him inatanter, 'transportation aluable for Cochrane 1" t j GALT PARK WORKMEN Editor of the Herald; word for GftTi- Park nn its "workmen. I see..the foreman has nearly two sections seeded down am the flower beds etc begin to make a fine show and promise to 'niatoe beautiful park for our future ore, and yet there is a-lot of-work to be done before it laid" out 1 think as the norlmen seem to take a great in their work, that construction Gait Park is more advanced, workmen should, be allowed to niake full tinie, as other-city" departments, until the park ie made-more'attract- I understood in nn early edition cj your paper that the .council was let- ting the men work ten-hours at f- 50 per day. Wi'th nil due fetpect pur friend: Mayor Hatch, and also 'Air. Mitchell, superintendent of parki boulevards, and I hope they will sider -their workmen end" give thtm some encouragement. GEO. BARTLBFT. Hot Weather Comforts Oin stock will add to Qpnilorl and duiiiig Urn" liot Lnue -luicp tor