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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAJJjX HERALD ison^s Store News story about Friday and Saturday's doings. Weekend shoppers will find here the greatest collection of genuine money-saving bargains yet offered in this city-prices in most cases cut fair in two, and this is ca:rried into every department of the store. ' Don't miss getting here Friday or Saturday if money is of any value to you. Great Slaughter of Former Prices among the Coats, Suits and Dresses $15.$r8and $20 Suits $9.50 ONLY 15 TAILORED SUITS in this lot. Made up ' of serges and fancy tweeds, sattn lined coats, fashionable plain skirts. Sizes 32 d�Q CM 38; Friday and Saturday..........w9m9V 27 only Ladies' Coats regular values $19 to $30 Sale price - $12.90 The greatest bargain we have ever otfered in ladies' plain beaver and broadclolU coats. Shades grey, green, navy, brown. 0 4 4 ?kt% ' Sliei Well asBortf^d ... ...... 91 CtmQM GirFs Panama, Serge and Tweed Dresses For 6, 8, lO, 12 and 14 years All Dresst^s, Values up to $5,00-;on fealc at.......... v. . . All Dresses, Values up to ^7.00-on �Sale at........... All jDressos, Values up to 12.25-on Sale $25 Silk Dresses for $15.00 16 SILK DRESSES at this price. Silk poplins Shot Silk, Messaline, Foulards, and. Taffetas, heaiitifully made and trimmed In good taste. Good assortment of shades and ft 4 C A A prices. Friday and Saturday 9 � WaUU $18 and $20 High Grade Serge, Panama and Voile Dresses on sale at $12.50 Just 20 High Quality wool dresses, three quarter shori or long sleeves. E^'cry dress is pei-fect in style and finish. Shades brown CI 4 CO blue, giey, fawn and black......, all and Sons, bllration court. LABOR DISPUTES TAKENTO COURT AUSTRALIAN LAWS PROVIDE FOR TRIBUNALS OF ARBITRATION AND WAGE BOARDS Thiirsil:iy, Kovcmber 14th, 1012. By Gtorgc H. Oorsey, Ph.D., LL.D. Sydney.-Having got u general Idea of tho beginnings of Australian induB-trlnl legislation, I turn to consider the general nature ot the machinery for aeltUng industrial disputes. We saw that originally the problem was tncklod in two ways-by arbitration courts and wages boards. We shall first consider the general character of tho �r- dicd befe earlv today lie was horn in Caithness,'.Scotland in 1842, and on coming to C"ai\u(!rt oiiRaRcd immediately in the buildiiis trade under his cousin Peter Nicholson. Uc founded the present firm in 1S7.') and has since directed the rrrction of most of Montreal's important buildings as well as having done kcuiic contracting work in Toronto and lliroughout tlie West. Most" of the railway offices, hospitals and beautiful residences of Ihis city were crcctnl by his lirm. lie was at the time of his death, engaged in the erection ot millions of dollars worth of properly in Western Canada including Winnipeg's new station, lie was a'stiong Liberal, -a member of the Montreal Ueform club. In 1900 ho ran against 11. H. Ames in St. .Vntoinc division, Montreal, when the latter dvieatcii hini. He was once a member of the Montreal city council and up to the time ot his death was- vice-president of the Montreal Citizens assocunion, the leading municipal reform as.sociation. Wcfe you evar^in Nova Scotia ? If you wcra, tou'vc ^FROM '^led a *fl 6sh treat. For Nova Scotia fish . _ - is famous from coast to coast. Woalda't you IP VA like some now ? It is htie for you. JJodcIcsb. C fnVTli ^�y to prepate. Still eatitr to aat, \^^^*JIJLJ% that relishing, sea^salty taste is lo tempting I All its wholesome, ocean goodneas intact in sanitary, package. Recipe* (simple) enclosed. Ask your dealer for "HALIFAX" and "ACADtA" CODFISH. Tho lirst Australian court whereby one party could bo summoned and presumably made subject, as in an ordinary court, was tho South Australian Act ot iSO-t. Though the act proved abortive In that state, its general principles have been followed In other states.' The act which creates tho arbltra tion court virtually decrees an Industrial unionism. This Is because acts of arbitration were framed to encour ago tho system of collective bargaining and to facilitate applications to tho court, and to assure the worker such benefits as might be derived from organization. Two Kinds of Unions There is a distinction between Industrial and trades unions. An Industrial union Is not a voluntary association, but one rendered necessary for the administration of the law. Hence, indus-tHal unions may-be formed by om-ployors or employes. They must be registered and must file annual reports as to their membership .and funds. Union rules contain provisions for the direction ot business and for regulating the meth'6d of making applications or agreements authorized by arbitration acts. These Industrial unions whether ot employers or employes, are the- units of arbitration acts, which , _, .. . recognize individuals only lor the pur- lower City N. Nov H.-AnI enforcing penalties. The un- !f.!^?!?';."."..'';l'!.".''idea m the organizing of In- ASCETYLENE EXPLOSION WRECKED THE HOTEL board Is constituted-by an ordcr-ln-councll. The, order indicates the number of members to sit on tho board. The minister then Invites tho dally pre-se .nominations for tho requisite number of reprcBentatives of employers and employes. From the nominations the minister selects a full board. The result of the labors of the board is called a "determination" and each item of such determination must bo carried by a majority of the board. Determinations must be signed 'by the chairman and forwarded to the minister of labor. The board fixes the date on which the determination shall come into effect, which must be within 30 days of-the signature of the chairman. Either employer's or employes may appeal to tho court of industrial appeals against the board's determinations. The court consists of a supreme court judge sitting alone. Thus It is seen that the general features of Australian wages boards strongly correspond to boards of conciliation appointed In E^iglaud under the conciliation act ot 1897. hotel hero last evening just as the guests were being seated at supper caused injuries'to Louis Elderbusch and Mrs. .Jane �Ehlerbusch which may result in their ' deaths. Elderbusch was" proprietor of the hotel. The explosion resulted -^Khen a match was lighted in the ^^ijjiement, whicli'-in some manner bccapie full of acetylene gas. .The hotel bi'iilding was demolished and, considerable damage was done to othf.r buildings adjoining. Mr. and Kldcrbusch'were tak- en to a Kargdjhij^i^Ital..,Their condition is serious, j v CAWTHRA MUWCK hXs appendicitis i Toronto, Nov:? Gawthra llulook underwent an,''bp(Sratio{l' for app-endi-citis this morning. The doctors say ho is progressing' favorably. IS finlayson's latest buy Glasgow, Oct. 2S.-Ben Finlayson, Claresholm, Alta., has bought a lot of fashionably-bred Clydesdales in Scotland, which will add materially to the importance ot the pedigree stock of the province. Half a dozen of them are young stallions of the most approved lineage and individual worili. ? k^ayor ? ririe wilit again * ? ? ? RUN :� Magvath, Nov. -Contrary to the general opinion expressed on the street that Mayor HIrle would not stand for reelection, he has definitely stated to the Herald that he will run if his friends desire it, He is willing to take the field and again run tor the mayoralty seat. This announcement was made today. ' ? ? ? : : ? : : : dustry in two etllcient, powerful and responsible bodies was to give new stability to industrial operation. Disputes Taken Before Court Should the two parties fail to agree the dispute is taken to court. This court consists of a judge of the supreme court of tho state, or in the commonwealth of the high court. In ithe state the judge is assisted by two members chosen to represent the employers and employes respectively. Industrial courts may fix and enforce penalties, breaches ot award and I'estiain contravention ot the acts, declare any practice or regulation to be a "common rule" ot the trade and define the limits of its observation, their objections to it, and exercise all the pawers of a couj;t of law. The court may prescribe "a inlhimum wage; it may direct that preference to employment shall De given to members of unions. Arbitration acts provide that it shall be a misdemeanor to strike or lockout before a reasonable time has elapsed for a reference to the court of the matters in dispue or pending proceedings in court In relation to an individual dispute. Arbitration courts aim to encourage collective bargaining and to determine indu-3trial disputes. The acts rest upon unions and work through them. Arbitration is compulsory in two senses. It compels the parties to industrial disputes to submit their differences to a hearing in open court. It therefore nialtes^it a misdemeanor to seek redress by means of a strike. It enforces certain industrial rules and makes this a condition ot engaging In an industry. Wages Board Provided For To call a wages board Into existence jtlt Is necessary that tho resolution be ijicarrled in both houses of the legisla ".uro. Generally tho minister adrain^ istoring tho factories act moves the resolution. If tho minister la satis fled that a case has been made, either by employers or employes, he may move the resolution, and if carried, tho To have shipped an average ot one car a day for several weeks past is the record of the new company. Farm Products, Ltd., and the success of the new venture of the progressive farmers ot this district is now absolutely assured.' So greatly pleased are tho men 'who have thrown iii their lot with this organization that they have now under consideration plans for the Immediate construction of warehouses at Lethbrldge and Coal- dale, and they have even gone so far as to decide on several sites which would bo suitable for their purpose. On Saturday afternoon next a meeting of tho provisional directors will be held, when the exact locations will bo decided upon. They have the money to erect the buildings, and before the now year the company will be on Its way to becoming one of the most Important business undertakings in the district. So far, alfalfa Is thc main product being handled by the new firm. Provisional manager, W. J, Lloyd, stated this morning that he had already made several trips through parts of Dritlsh Columbia, and while there is no great demand for alfalfa there Is a market if one goes out and finds It, and he believes that it will not be long ibefore Southern Alberta alfalfa Is so widely known that stockmen all over the West will look to this part ot the country^ to supply their needs in that line. Most ot the Bhlp-ments so far have been made to the dairy farms In British Columbia. Heretofore they have been getting their alfalfa from Washington, but this trade now promises to awing to this district. ^ The company has not shipped any potatoes to date, but they hare'thelr eye on that market, and believe they win be able to land a good share Of the business for this district, ' The annual meeting of the company will be held on November 80, when the provisional directors will be named, and plans made tor the continuance of the company along broader lines. At that time they will likely engage a manager, who will give hla whole time to their business, and a market will be worked up for all sorts of produce grown In Southern Alberta, which will add greatly to tho prosperity ot the farmers In this district. HUNDREDS COME TO SEE NEW SCIENTIFIC MARVEL Men aiitl Woiiicn .Suffering Pain in Many Forms are Given Speedy Relief Cases that Had Defied the Doctors for Years Are Given Instant Ease Free Demonstration by SIvillfnl Operators is Given all Comers NEW SCHOOL OF AUTO THIEVERY THWARTED BY LOCKING CAR'S GEARS Police ofiiclfvlf. estimate thfit over 100 automobiles are stolen every day In the United S(.iUe-3. In Detroit r'lone--tho centre of the automobile Industry-thefts of two cars ii (lay during the height of summer were recorded on police blotters. A new school of thievery is at work. In some states there is no statute which allows,' the conviction of tho auto thlof, even though he is caughL Motorlsta ai;e hastily dpvlsing ways of protecting fehoir cars. Mr. Heivder^on, tho dealer in Hudson cars, described a unique plan today by which motorfsts of his acquaintance guard against the auto thief, The idtea is* to lock the car's geai-s and then bring the brake tight up against tho burglar-proof look supplied in addition to an Inter-looklng device with 1913 Hudaou cars. A projection upon,the �ear shift lover ot the Hudson has 4 'aole ip It which, when the gears are disengaged. Is exactly opposite another s milar ^projection on the gear box, Tho arm ot the heavy lock Is inserted In; both holes and locked. With the emergency brake brought up tight I against tae lock. It is impossible for tho auto thief, no matter how deft, to steal th tl/olf can be convicted, for tho law looks upon the stealing of a car as meroy "borrowlijg without pei'mlaslon," "frhore hftvp boon, many devices plaeed u|)ou tho market for tho purpose of Bolllng," statpd Mr, Henderson. "Hut tho locking of tho gears Is tho only, sure )n)othod. lU la tlio only one that has actually thwarted thieves. And an aiftomobllej^ijjresentB too much mojioy to ho loft utigunrdcd," *dvt. Hundreds of people daily are finding that there is quick and sure riliei from pain In "Try-New-Life" Freo demonatratlonn have been s>v en everyone who has applied and 'Try-New-Life" thu fates: discovery of science for tho relle,' o! pain and tho cure o,< disease, hai made hun< drtdi of friends at tt:� very start. Meu-wlth arms or legs drawn by rheuiriatisni which has loni; resisted drugs, and liniments and hot baths, were amazed at the relief they found the very first minute. The cold hands and feet were warmed into a glow, the flabby, deadened muscles were stimulated to health and vigor, the stiffened Joints were made to work again, and the pain-here Is the delightful port of It-the pain was rellev ed in .'J moment. Women came with hoadaches--the kind of hisadache that whitens the face with pain, draws lines acrCisy the brow and below tho coi'-nora ot the mouth, and puts dark circle under tho eyes. They must have believed they could bo relieved or they would not have come, but belief had nothing to do with it just Bo they came, for a skillful operator, working wiht a soft velvet like applicator, soothed tho throbbing nerves, gently stimulated the blood vessels to carry away tho blood that was gorging the brain, smoothed away the lines of pain from brow and face and the headache was gone. Cases of backache there were, among both men and women. Overwork, mental and physical strain, weak kidneys - no matter what caused It, tltero they were with palt)^ in the small of the back. They ooula walk, but with pain at every step. They could sit down and flfte up, but at the co-3t of many a pang. They could oven stoop imd r)se HP again, but e\'ery movement was an agony. -A few minutes In the hands of a trained operator made a world of difference in every ont of them. I'he special applicators made to reach the seat of pain in the muscles of the back, went right to the spot that felt so sore, soothed away the pain, and stimulated the muscles of tho back ao that warmth and vigor and strength took the place of chill and weariness and aching. 'Some had gout-that painful, deforming malady caused by the blood leaving uric acid in the form of chalk in the joints of- the fingers and toes. It was amazing how quickly those were relieved. When treated with drugs ajid liniments gout is a alow and etubborn disease; but "Try-New-Life" is instant in its effects. Hands, that had long been well-nigh useless were given back their suppleness in a few minutc-3, and ttie pain was taken away even quicker than that, "I wouldn't have believed It It my best friend had told me" said one old lady whose stiffened fingers were restored to use. It U beyond anything I ever hoped for" The old lady was affected by Ihe relief that she actually ehed tears of Joy. "Send one ot these machines out to my house," �he isald. "I cannot. afford to be without anything that-can do so much in the first ten minutes as I have seen it," Little children there were, who had suffered from Infantile paralysis and there were older persons who had been stricken, Withered arms uiul legs were warmed Into lite, the blood stimulated to How with renewed force through half-dead parl'3 end renewed vigor and vim Injected Into muscles which from disuse were wasting away. There is nothing' yet discovered which equals "Try-New-Life" for building up a wasting muscle. And It works In a natural way aiding and stimulating Nature herself to take up tho work she hftis been neglecting. Machines on sale at Higinboth-am'c drug store. Hours from 8 a. in. to 8 p. m. Ofiioos: 301 A 81x(h Street South. \ 18 ;