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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta AVT.A., WtDNttDAY, SEPTCMftCB I, IMS b ftwd w. A. uat aitd 3.000 wwks during the j1 of the tJw militia i I Side had calMi in atU nUtionnd ou UM works. Had this wtrike longer it is difficult to say what deprosmow in business mid hardahip to might not have followed in its wake. As it wac the municipality of Sidney suf- fered as iu the dis trict were A lockout m tfc'i of tho iatly. iu rear, hf It is hardly poacibte to value 01 the work that haa been doae by the Department of the last or. seven years with respect to conciliation la the aaatier of labor disputes, that is to tmy.-' Mediation between employer in the case of strikes or lockouts as the case may be. to the end of the fiscal Department was ia- fcai iu bringing to a. settle- jiot less than industrial dis- soiue of which concerned the of thousands of hands. notable j-ecent examples that be named arc V lie! Co. it J 1905 "in- which over 70W dirtetly The losses to the Company, the employees, and indus- tries throughout Vancouver laland in consequence at this difficulty were enormous aad the sWtktaeet undoubt A local real estate following letter from' Jjoavenworth It's a winner.and we ducfi it as follows: 1 have your tiswuent in tho worth Post' about tho Uuids you have lor saly ar. Lethbrioge, edly pceventwd a complete of business in Nannimo and district anil 'severe business depression throughout the whole Island. Strike in buildinjr trades and in leather working trades at Calgary, Alta.. settled in 1908, em- ployees being concermxl in the form- er case and some SO to 40 m tho latter. As nothing .was more im- portant in Calgary at the time than tho extent of its building, the .settle- ment, "from that point of view was fur number of years, uiid success Ui that line, for I'm speaking Folauiiers, vans, German, French, and languages perfect, Had would like to olfor you my services. I'm well educated and very pisaaant disposition young man, of 25 of age, of good appearauce, and tem- perate habits, who really knows BOW to push business, I believe in a good advertising, and if I advertise your lands in foreign languages I guarantee to all of your laads in 5 years time, I woukd like you to give this matter your immediate attention, for the people that speak German, and other languages, the> espccially significant Another step in settling industrial differences ua5 are the ones that buy most land in 4. t this country, the direction "t -.1-1. don t want any wages from yo for the start, for I would like t Disputes became law. u l m-ns v.- the Railway B this' y a nouse' woulc ask you for little spending mone> r-f1''T AW work to the nlnra frn tlw CAUSES UUlKflV 1 __ take place as to the cftuses uuderl> Lethbridge any differences between' the nnl- coal inine'rs' strike, which was declar- ed pff in Novcnxber, 1906. as the di- reCTt -.result of thp intervention of 3fac kanzse, King, Deputy Minister of La- bor, the Telephone operators strike at. .Toronto ami the trouble in the Bunas controlled by the Coal Operators Association in the spring oC the past year which- were again to a satisfactory close by the energetic efforts of the same of- 6oer. The work of conciliation in way company ami its which might result in the of work, with a view to lirir.tnng about an adjustment such ences. It is most satisLacojrv able to record the fftct that Act came into force not u. single strike Buffalo Brand Portland Cement Reconstruct Last night! the council meeting thtre diictusion ai to adviaability 61 siartiflf at once on the reconstruction oi the ctty'a powtr aud Ufhi plant. Aeiiztf on advice ol some of the aldenmen and the mayor, City Engineer 'Arnold had Plaster Wood Fibre UK Uttn ft, Ui and. other disputes was carried out under the, provision of a measure known as the Conciliation Act pass- ed ia 1900, which provided for the of the Minister of Labor M.. pursuits under certain conditions, of of the Industrial In- vestigations Act passed in the spring ct the past year and known popular- ly as the Lcniieux Act, of which we say more' longshoremen's Im media tely. sThe strike at Montreal andE Halifax: strikes of Cotton Operators at Chambly Canton Quebec all of them settled through the agency of the Depart- ment, are conspicuous, incident? oj the. past-year. The following in .addition may be has taken place do will advertise your lands in Weekly Newspapers, in the States, it will pny you, for to ac vertisc in Polish, and other papers better than in English, for most Aw- Lerican {xnjple rather go into business thun farm. In those pujKjrs the read their money, and to be their own seriously affecting work save it, in order transportation on the railroads Oi -.ftr.1 (boss, ana get out of mines the Dominion, and m 1904 ou the _q f........_ only occasion when ,the Act was in-1 voked, a "strike of telegraphers on. the Grand Trunk Railway was avert- t factories, and invest it in farm. Sir It would nut Jxs ed.fain No. 000 surplus of then what: you at once. should bo said of Conservative go-j for to and show a and I'll answer the and come see Yours Sincere. ?t-rike of employees of the "Lauren- tide Pulp Co., Grand Mere, Quebec, trade oil Jind came out at the; end of the year nearly half million j in debt? If extravagance brings re THE HONV ROiri. WATSON" (Great Tribune.) Hon. Kobti .Watson, a member suits such as this the People would the city sovcrnment bo pleased to welcome more of it." OUR POINT OF VIEW With John C. Eaton of the T.'h'.v Kerr. Eaton Co., 115 their candidate in j------------ South--Toronto, tho Liberals ought i to get tlv mail order vote. April; 1901, involving SOO employees A threatened strike of the miners employed, by the Nova Scotia Steel Company, at Sidney Mines. Nova Scotia, in June. 1901. involving 700 employees. A.strike of 150 employees !n ihi.- cotton mills at Yallryfield, Quol.cc, in October. 1901. A .strike of the miners in the nu- ploy of the Wellington Colliery Co at the Alexandra mines. South Well- ington, C'.. in November. 1901. in-[ volving 2GO employees. j In spite of the groat expenditure A strike of piano workers at Tor- the many public improvements. of of Lethbridgu. i I Canada, was in the .city yesterday.) j laicr ieft for Stotkett, when? he j will visit'with his brother-in-law For the uifenu" for each meal. Wouldn't our nienn suit you? 1st Churehjb. Dowsley. R. run out, F. H. Bowler, b., Dowsley George, Kings- .S. Heap. KHinfs -R. G-. Matthews, b. Hings V. Brown b, IJowsley R. Mercer, c. Fairbrotlier, %vb. Dowsley M. M. McLean, b. Hings L.1 Fowler, not out A. J: Hatch, b. Kings vEitras 2nd Innings- Hatch, c. Stewar b. Lansdell L. Fowler, b. Hings R. Barnes, b. Hings F. B. .George, b. Kings R. E. Mercer, b. Kings H. C. Church, b. Kings V. Brown, b. Kings S. Heap, b. Kings T. H. Bowler, c._and b. Kings R. G., c. Stewart b. tansdell N. M. McLean, not out Extras Lethbridgfc- 1st J. Kings, l.b.w.b. McLean Dowsley, b. Mclean J. S. Stewart, b. Mercer S.- Whitton H.run out b. McLean: not out-: "W, J. Wade, b..McLean b. R. b. Bowler A. Ely, b. McLeaa G. Boylan. b. McLean I WANTED j Good clow m, alaq modern honw in good MkertaMyCo, K.C.. B. Morun CONYBlAIti BoUetton; Bte Block. AHa. B. C. W. C. SIMMONS Advacata. AODJ10K B. C. MOORE and to Office JOJ. RctUeuee Southard 0 16 2 0 3 1 1 0 11 9 21 79 7 0 4 2 7 26 0 0 1 12 0 20 79 J. F. JOB. A. Young FOR SALE HOftSES HeaVy and laght RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. The Conservatives think, they arc- going to carry the Dominion and yet they fail to put up a candidate in Mackenzie. Sask. BUY YOUR the capita tax of Canadians been decreased Sl.O in years. Laurier continue to rule. The Calvary News says: "The To- ronto Telegram a forecast of the next general election, giving Laurier ten of a majority and fig- out that he can't carry on par- j onto in December. 1901, involving 450 employees. A strike of furniture factory em- ployees, at Berlin, Ont.. March. IOO2 involving "10 employees. A strike of longshoremen at Hali- JT. S.. in April, 1902. involving some 1200 employees, which bad tJie effect of virtually paralyzing business in. the harbour of Halifax in the V-CCK j lament with such a smaii lead. The previous to the settlement. All thrj Telegram's knowledge of the situa- steamship companies, and a Ir-rge tion is about ns reliable as its fore- nnmter of tbr- merchants were cast- Tt the Liberals of Al- o.ly aficrtcd by the strike. bcrta two of a lead in the present parliament, wherens the parties are tied with two each, and in the new! parliament it gives Alberta ten in- of seven members. The Tele- man has much to learn yet." true: too fnio! It is only tru other day that tho Telegram referred to Alberta's univrysiiy being at Rod IVer. A strike of wharf builders at Port Bvirwell, Ont.. in .1 1901. involv- ing 30 employees. A strike of the of the St. Croix Cotton miMs at Mrtltown. N. B.. durituj April. involving j 300 men. i A strike of the employees of the' ITawkcsbury Lumber Co., during Ap- ril, 1908. involving employees. A lockout of carpenters at Calgary Alta.. which was settled on the 18th of .Tuly, which lockout comment cd at the beginning of the month of A strike of carpenters at Winnipeg, Man., in October. 1903, involving over 700 employees. The year 1903 witnessed a amount of building in Winnipeg and ns win tor was ap- proach inr, the sottlemont. of this strike wos tho moans of preventing great loss to contractors as well as acute embarrassment to business in- tercsts in many quarters. A strike of Dominion Iron Steol Co.'s employees at Sidney, X. S., af- THEY'RE IN! English Papers R. R. Man Magazine AJI Story Blue Book Pacific Monthly Family Herald Delineator Sage Brush Philosophy I. SDK From the Grower RIPE TOMATOES 20 !fe. crate SI GREEN TOMATOES 3 l-2c per Ib. f.o.b. CresLon JCTAfT! C11 ITU .StACE SMITH CRESTON, B.C. READ TIIE LETHBRIDGE HER- ALD IF YOLi WANT TO KEEP IX TOUCH WITH SOUTHERK AL- S AD VAN CEMENT. 2nd Robinson, c. Brown, b. Mclean 0 Lansdell, not out 15 Kings; not out 25 Extras 4 44 CARD OF THANKS Mr. W. S'. Sherd wishes to thank the neighbors for their timely and, valued assistance in saving his house from the fire that destroyed his sta- bles, on Monday, September 7. Alberta Restaurant For GOOD MEALS Orders at nil Hours Prompt and Efficient Servict- Oliver Block Phone 228 Liquid Veneer F- B. ROLF80H ARCHITECT Roam 9 Blade. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Block, R.dp.th c, A1U. THE MISSES BROOK Fuhtonafefc Children's Clotbea and'Plaiu 41 WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERAHCE UNION Meet in Methodiat Wesley ChurtJi third the month M p. m. Visilore always welcone. MRS. A.' E. HUiCPHKIES, MRS. CHA8. kcCLENAGHAK, _ SecreUrj Uthbridge Lodge (31) A. A. M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting night, the Thursday of moriih in Masonic Hall, P. Q- Block, at 8 p.m." Visiting brethren will always receiye a hearty welcome, G.V.SXORKEY, M- P. 6. Box M7 Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays -inKof P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren >are cordially invited. I S. G. DAVIES, W.P T.-J. WHITE, W. S Order ot Foresters Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents -y_____ Dear Is a of Veneer wortk, Fifty Dollars Well, just try the goods, observe the results and decide the question for yourself. If your piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it, thus saving the great expense of sending the instrumen't to the factory for refiuishmg if yoar furniture, woodwork, picture frames, chandeliers, gas fixtures and brass bedsieads can all be made to look like new by simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth moistened in Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous expanse of refinishing everything, as well as the annoying presence of varftishers and the nuisance of brushes, paint pats, sticky surfaces and varnish smells, all without tlie loss of the use of your rooms for a moment, don't you think that a 50c bDttie will really do you more than worth of good? That is exactly what a 50c bottle of Liquid Veneer will do. Just give it a trial and satisfy yourself. We know that if vou use it as directed yon are sure to be delighted with the results. Yours very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY C. W. GRAY Lethbridge TO YOUR HEALTH you drink every time you drink a bottle of Alberta Pride Beer bottled by us. We bottle only the best, whether it is beer, mineral waters, ginger alft. sfirsaparilla. kola ko ironbrew, etc. Our soft drinks are all healthful, as well as the pure and delicious bottled beer, bottled by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd fo.262 Meets iu K of P Hall; last Thnrsday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIO, F.S. LCTHBRIDGE LOLrut M C. B. P. O. E. Meeta on the second Tuesday of each at 8.15 p.m. First-class Cafe TIKI NW Short Order Between Meals CARRO'LL DOYLE E. A. SHARMAN. E. R. 1C. PRIEST. Secretary. Lodge Pride of AlbertaVNo. 293. SM of bqlart Bewtit Meet in the of Pythia- Half ftrst and third Thnrsday in the at 8 p.m. Vwiting tirtho-n aivrnygr we! cone. Walter Appkby, Fred T. Robins. c, W. Box 57. The Habit of Adver- tising in the Herald Bespeaks Progression Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OT STATIONARY ENGINEERS i Meet in the Labor Hall evev7 see- I and and fourth Mondays in j month. j Employers certificated-en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to comnrnnicafc with w. ROBERT KEVIN, Chkt W. A. DICKSON, SecreUry. ;