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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta t E. AdfllRS announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Ubf � w Business On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.rt House Give Him a Call. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land-Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the nnmier to liiyiiiK out naw towusitea. Contract piiuij� on applicatioh. Office at the Coaldale Hotel, Leth bridge. OR. P. W. TULLER i^HVSlCXAN AND SUROEOM LETHBRIDOE Oflcr-Ott Bloik. Hourt-11:00 lo 12:00 nooD; 3:00 to �:00 p. m.; 7:3J to 1:30 p. B. Telrplione-Offica (M. KaniJcne* 169 DR.O.G.CRAGG PHYSipiAN AMD SURQEON MIo* �v�r HifMMtkRm'o Drug jMoro PkMO OfllM 191. Houw Vi. Ollloo kaiiro^9 to 11 %.m., l.tO t� 4.89 p.m., 7 to  p.n. MULOCKONTHE LABOR PROBLEM Cloaing Addrcta at Feraie Confcreaee. Dr. F. H. Mewbum Office-BedpHth 8t. cor. BaideM. HoMr�-Befor* � �.. p.�., 7-8 p. m. Sunday�-2.�0 to I.W p. m. Telephone 41- _ W.S.GALBRAimM.D.C.M.(McCIID PHYSICIAN, BUSaiOM ACXJOUCHER Office-Burdette St. Phone 88 Houre-Before 9, 2-3, 7-8 p^m Drs. DcVebcT & Campbell Phyeicians end Snryeone Officee-Ott block. 'Phone 148, Dra. McClur� * Stewart SUIiOCON DENTISTS Office-j. d. HiKiubotham'e new block. Office Houra--9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. fully brought lcr�ti�>n. The conse-c|uonces to thoc that the happy result in ttuostion now can hereafter be dis-which today hos been nvhicvt^d might jpo.sed of without the slightest loss Ihj reached i>y the pnrtio.>( themselves, to the employees or employers: and You have, 1 think, acted most wisely ' without any injury to the public iii-in coming together ami adjusting torest. your dilVercnces in this woy. "It is true that the boards took no | XO OAIX IV DELAY, part in the nuitter, it was not necessary for (hem to have done so, because of the fact that the Ixiards w're within the.^roach of both parties one in'question, e^c^ if, work .socjus to have suggested to them the continued in tins meantime, to which this tact applies, either go - but that they hud an interest In the ing upon strike or ceasing work; at stabliil.V of ever.vthing in the vicinity least until the board has liecn creai- ,Morco\'er if a small quantity of land ed, and made the enquiry which par- jsay a iluarter of an acre for example liamcnt has authorized it to do. icould be ottached to each home, then � (Itu'ing the summer .season therewoul^l WOULU IIAVE'SAVEI} TltOIJnhK. ,p,,oi-tunity for the ntlner when jho left his occupation to indulge in "I �>clicve if this-net hud licon clear- jvno henltl.ful, uscfid and pipntable ly and fully understood bei'orc the-:business of attending to a gaitlcn occasion of oporotiofiB in these mines., where he, iiis wife and children could the cassation would never have taken meet in con(*non iivterest. Theii there place. The work of conciliation on(l would Ije some hom 1II.0CK Money to L^nd on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Adfocate, Notary Public LSKLKS.S lUSPtTlOS. "Sometimes parlies to trades disputes allowed feeling to depose their Office-Oliver Block, npit�in. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Survei'r*** Higinbotharo Block, Lethbridge F�neral Director and Embalmer IXTHBRIDQE. ALBERTA W. SHAW, Painter k Dcctratar Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co.. Agent for S. P. Nelipa * Co.'i Windowphanie, the modern translucent glass decoration. ^ i-ieave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. {things and words are done and utt and money, resulting in manual exhausiinn, until at last the contestants have come to the forum (if conscience and reason lo attain Ahe ene granted. Kvcry q\i,.'>l i(jn � of im|inrtunce in life thai rei]Uires the concurrence of many niinris ~is the outcome of compromise Kvery piiblic qUe.stion of any~ importance on which people will unite has to t;o the result of an intorchnhgo of thought or the adjusting of opposing views. So . in trode disputes you have set an object lesson to all the people of Canada, that when reason and regard for right ai� upi>ermost in men's minds there are no insuperable diillcultics to the s'ttleincnt of differences. AOAIXST COICntMOX. "In some countries, in New (Zealand for instance, there is a law whereby arbitration and its enforcement are compulsory.. S|M>aking for myself I rover favored anything in the way of compulsion or coercion. We must a(>-peal to. the higherieelihgs of,men. ,\Vu must appeal to thcsir sen^ of rightand justice, not foice. 'Itcaiipn iihd right should be the influences that bring about a settlement of all industrial disputes and whilst you, Mr. Shor -inon and Mr. Stockett, allude to my havfnK taken this long trip to lie oi' some servic� this trouble, I can assure you that tlwstitisfaction t have received in witnessing your etVorts to .solve tills problem 'is to ine one of the givatest pleasures J have ex|)orienccd since I took any "Interest in public af-fuiis. and An IvihaU of the board I think! can say sentiments ore th(>s(> of my- colleagues, and for them and myself I thank-you all for the course you have taken in bringing about such a liapp.v terminination to this intportant question." "No doubt any boai-d engaged in the settlement of disptttes such as the were woul/1 uselessness of their asking,the assi.ft- take that fact into consideration in ance of the boaids to do what they jltsjudgment ami would make the themsc'lves could better do if they terms of settlement restroactivo to were .so disposed. jcover the timo that might elapse during a settlement and whilst work was going on. Theivfore v iih that possibilit.v in view nothing would \vi gained by either party in drugging out negotiations. They would gain reason for the monieni, and foolish nothing by time spent in conferences nd arrangement. I mention that in case it might lie thought that cither iiarty would be gaining by delaying a final scttleincht. Any wis' boaitl would tako' tliat circiimstonce ing d final ^settlpment. .\ny wise board woid I take that circunbstancc into consitleration and make itsterms ir�troactivc if it was thouglit inevit  able that such should be 5thc case. A LITTLE FltlKNDLY ADVIOK. B. C. MOORC �7ort*io'l�'"orThe"tracts above refer- | run.�ral Director and Embalmer rad to. A map showing the sheep ' omce-Kext to PraatytarlaB Church. Ottlcx Pbona 103. Raaidanaa IS*. to. (raxing districts niuy be secured on application to tiia Secretary f the liepartmeiit of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. COUY. Dtputy of the Minister of Interior. N. U.-Unauthorized publication of Mtia advertisement will no't be paid far. Lethbridge 1.0. � Lodge Ho. fl. O.F. Meets In OdlWIewa' Hall fti Wrtimt avaolns at �.oa vclack. ViMtiai bra�f aa oca alwavs welcoma. C. V. BenneU, E.V. Pooljyj^^ THE XKW LAMOn lULL. ''There is now on the statute book a stotute which renders a strike or j lockout, or cessation of work landing a dispute, wholly tinnecessap', and w'hen hereafter such a,condition I have had the honor of receiving I many confidences from both sides in ^connection with this dispute and as to th nninner in which the mining industry in this district haa been carried on, I have no personal knowledge of the subject and perhaps the observation f am about to nuake may ho a crutle one. but nevertheless, with resfiect to the nmnagement of niin(.^s, it wouhl be possible, at least I ho|>e so, for them to adopt scmie improvements in their working system that may Ik' of service to themselves and to their employ(>es. It occurs to me that it is a. rather hand to mouth method of carrying on such an imporiant industry and that tlie practice adopted, I am told at other git?nt-mining centres, might very well be adojded hens;, namely, having storage to some limited extent to tide-oyer interruptions such isbrouslit about, so long as this act j"� inevitably arising from lack WILLOW CRANCH REBBKAH LODOE, NO. a Mreta In r;a Id aacb meat* ai  a. ip., la Od4(ell��s Man. Souaail. Vlalllaf aratb-tea eurdlaUr w�IMwa. THOS. HEATON. C. R. A.M.RITCNIE.tCC. filiinoz"-Tti� Caaeaiaa Sarfa The Best of Candy -AND- Choicest Fruits Apples 6 lbs. for 2Sc. AT KEAN'S Opposite P. O. 'Phone 08 Ice Cream oil Order, TIONDEHS. SEALIOD TKSDERS marked "For Moinitcd Police Provisions anci Ught Supplies, Provinces of Alberta and .Saskatchewan, and addressed to tha undersigned," will be recoiyod up to noon on Tuesday, |fsy 28. Printed forms of tender containing full information as to the articiea and quantity ivquii-ed, may bo bad on npplicatloii at .^ny of the Mounted Police posts in the North-west, or at the office of the Undersigned. Ku tomler wilt be received unless made on such prinled forms. The lowest or any tender not nec-tic balm. Containing such heal ing ingredients as Oil Kucaliptus, Thymol, Menthol, etc., it-gives Instant and laating relief to Catarrh of the nose and throat. Make the free teat and aee for yourself what this preparation caq and will accomplish. .Vddresa l>r. Shoop, Uacine, Wis. Large Jars SO cenU. Sold by .1. V. Iliginbotbani * Co. tiy CotaMair ewla Mk*.�iibr aavy Um ar blatk P.rWi tkit i� til* W $26.00 .woflk ia lh� wkoU S*m-nUy lias ai Tulorisl lot ikit mims. A. SOUTHARD. LelliMdi* of transportation or other obstruction to business. _ v; TAKE A HOI.IP.VY. , "It is natural i}mt men,engaged in mining should desire m reasonable holiday during the pleasant season of the year. Tlieir calling is laborious and hazardous and it would be to the interast of the men and also the employers that the emplojvcii shpttld froniHimr to time have a reasonable rela.�ation from labor in the open air whei� thoir health wotild 'bo re -stored and their system toneodil.y condition to carry on their work- But forced holidaya in a fraginentary way, o day hero and a day theiv, during the working season do not enable a working man to take h solid holiday of a few weeks but simply shut him out from work for the day. I can imagine that the only i�.sult fvoitVd l>e to hang aboi;t waiting, for work to resume, perhaps going to the tavern, perhaps idling Komawhere, getting into a discontent-ed franiD of uiind, whilst with coi;-tinuous work throughout the year as a man wishes to work, and then taking his broken lime as one aoljd holiday,;'h*e can profitably onjoy-recitations without, MS in the other case, wasting his substance, which is Often the^case wheii iiersons have to wait about in small towns like this with 'three or four thousand people, without any amuscnipnts and ,int�r" Vsts andr notjiing to occupy their tlpie.. -. '� -. IIICXT.S AKK TOO moil. "It occurii,to me thnt�.the cpnipan-iect might in another way be o( gi�at service to tlio men. Ttenta hero are doubtless high and few of ilio em-ployceai own their own properties. If the companies could see their way to co-operation with the employees towards bringing about a utothod that would bnablc the employees to ac(piire homes of titeir own, the men having a stake in the country would feel ititcrested in llie welfare ofcrty and tlie accuhiulation of property. Thlt B E E r d . Burns & Co. No. ;$09 Pound St. Liniitt'd Telephone iU. PorK Mutton Poultry Butter and Eg^s Fish B E E r SyB�^ or CmmUm North-Wcst. NOMBITEAD leaULATIONS. y AVT ��eB att�kflrt Sikerta, etcerilBff I aa4 M. aot lr*i�rt�d. My ke aaaiaeieaeee kr ear aertoa^o la ibf ae'a sets ef a UaMj, er anr m�)a oV^i- ii .vear* of age, te ike caitatafaat-iiuartaraectlun ot liM acraa. laar* er >a*rf aiaatbe made ptraonalljr at ilie local laaa eSce fer ika diiirici la wfaicb tb� Uu aluiaie. Tfca b4HtaMadtr la required t� ptrfairia ilir iNiadlt'Ma ceBRacKd ibarawlili undtr en* ur Ike r�ila�iag alana.: I. ailetat.a!* iuoQtha' r*>tdtnc� upon tiid auUlvtUMef RiaUadlacaca |r*ar fur three faSra. S. iribaraikarforneiiiar, if tka fatbrru SaceaaaS) �t ike kema-leader r*aidaa upoa a iana la ika iclali; �f ika land aaierad fvr ib^ na^ulraiaaata aa la raaldanca nt.t ba aatlailad fcf auek Parana raaidlBg wttk ika tatbar ur toikar. . If tl.a�aillar ktaklsparnanent n aldenec ap�b farmlas lead awBad b/ bim lu tb� vI.:Ib-liyef kiakuBiaaiaad, tba rciiuiranitnt* aa lo reaMaace oiar be aaiiaCad kr raaidcuc* upon ikaaaid laad. Sli Bieaba' Batice.tu wrtiing vbould b� flvan te iha Cttinialaaleuar uf liumliiluu Lamia ai Otuva ef laickUeu le applji far pateui. W. W.OOSY. Bapuirof ibt Mlalaiar (If tka iBlarlor. A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP HARNESS. SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS. WAGOl^ COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN. ETC. nriHaadndnnnnnn MLNAttDS LINIMENT LUMBEU MAN'S FBISND. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS of liquorsa>:d cigars in a NEW STAN D__^ Just drop into my new quarters and convinca yQuy. self that i am up-to-date.  Thecleanest: and brightest shop in Southern Albertti. GBO. ^^^^^^ ' 1 I -4 ;