Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. NOVU.MIIEU 3, 1915 11 mi in or; DAILY HERALD, PAGE TTOOIMCOSJOFUIG SYDNKV. N. B. Nov. lu the hardships caused by tho con- iiuiilly Increasing cost ol living., New South Wales haa la- iroduced a novel scheme lor the relict of wago earners with limited A bill already by Iho legit' .litlve ussciuliy provides thai !he Loard ol trade shall uncertain liio tost of living for a man and v.lfo as ivell aa tor A sluglo cliiM arrl pacli aJ- dlllunal child in ibo family. Statistics j will show ihc cost of living so it t-an l lie maclo ths bnafe for the amount pf wages paid. Tliu maintenance of children ol workerc will be- fnct from Iho pay- ment of funds administered hy Uie Employees receiving ml inore.ihan 'above loo declared' living -wago lie paid the full ;i mount which uill bo asecrliLlned hy ihc board of indo ly Lo illy tost of maintenance of each child or uf each additional child! f-or f tho wages of the exm-J Uie living waso deduction of oiie-ta-c-Kth of the coat will te In respect to each child, payment for which will be gradually diminished ao that It Tilll eventually In caso ol workers receiving pounds sterling or Jiiore In e.t- ot a living wage. Tho lunrl already mentioned will lio secured from etnpluyera, each ins Iti respect to his average daily; uuiubcj' of employees, an amount per employee, ascertained by dividing tho toUl coal of Dialntenacca fw.tho child- ren of-Ills employees covered by tha act auiongal an the number ot hhi employees. A government slallatlclaa will mako Iho. neceaaary calculations lo securo Ihe essential data for dotcrminJng the amounii payable, No payments will be wade In respect ot children1 ot employees oa strike. Thu bill apprTes practically to all cmpluyecH in the stale, whose earn- lugu do not exceed lour hundred. pounds sterling annually, with the erceptfon of rural and domestic work- ers. Iliis Hcen Subscrib- ed t'Up" Tp Funerals Held (FiTitn Our Own Cyrr.-pjiornl-nl) C'AHUSTOX.'Noy. cm- diilotis. have' been agyinsl Ihc cam- Ijaign for. the ,Victory Loan nil this week qnd al outside points no-work he, rtono- because .of tbc bad Wherovtr posiiblo to get in for Iced, Ihc tarme.rs bave hcen busy liaullfig out hay straw. The 'town Thos.Dueo, C. AV. Hurt and J. Law have been T.-o-Kin'g steadily and shoM'.-gootl re- BultB, Lhougb many are waiting yet to decide what they can do. The results F.liow- evening about but Ifope (or a good boost'by'-Lo-mor- nlghL.aSjEQmfl ouUyiiifi districts report. _.. One' Subscrlptron The largest einsle siiliscriplion -re- ceived Ihus .far.Js Tor ;tea'thousand dollars :ind" inbsL'likoly be more large ones (11. this clisLr'cL How- oLborf-oIf that uniounL: .'.I. The Dank of 100 per cent, of-the "stair as subscriber BUI! tliu Canl'sioJi .Loan Co. arc also thn' 100 "per cent, hanncr. Others "or the business firms will likely In tho same class by Satur- dny 'piEhl, -Mr. A. D. Fowler, our new drug- hss the, hesL decorated "window BACK FOR MORE! grown get ton much ofthe genuine PEANUT- BUTTER li not only fiai idelieioui flavor but'il ii more nourTailing (bin milk or Your tJtaltr hai it "If'antmore" Saiftd pianud, n town for the Victory display ud It is worth viewing, as it Is very astcfully arrauged wild an t-leclric nn in Ihc fortground. Funerals At Lcavllt on Wednesday the unoral ot Mrs. Francis Jlroadbcnt hold. K. J. Wood acid a. .attending from Cards ton. Tills Is ouo ot our pioneer ladles of ome 34 years. Tho local correspond- :hl will no doubt give further details.. Mr. Jnq. M. Duun of Klmball also' a pioneer and at one time Bishop ol tho Vard was burled on Thursday. Mr. n waa one ot the first Bub-contrac- ___ In liic canal llmt lifts its Inlato nOar .KJmbaJ) end many years'has jccn (he rider employed by the canal lompanj" lo .protect and look after his section of the big ditch.. He eaves-a large family, Mr. Jno. T. )uun, his eldest son. hcing In tho Bishopric of the Ward, and bis oldest daughter, Mrs. Mae Dunn Ady, 13-re- siding at Federal, Alia. As a -faithful, unassuming, yet dili- gent ivorker. .Ihe deceased will be ;really missed In his homo village. On Friday'afternoon. Uie young.son of and -Mrs. 'Adam Hccdry was mrled. The lad died Irom heari trou- nnd was piily ailing a few days. The services were held tn Uie Taber- nacle under the direction' of the 1st irard Dlshopric. As iio'one IhcushL him seriously ill, his sudden demise came as a great shock lo his family iras oaJy eevea :6r ngc.