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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUWTEEX urriianiixiK DAILY HERALD. TUKSD.VY. SEPTEMBER 16, 191? mm SESSION on MM COMMITTEES APPfllNlED to Organize. tdkctire Bargaining aid Other Matters Are Up OTTAWA. Sejil. "There Is r.o Use' Li Canadians Iryins lo ihc the irtrsslcs, luvuup Ihp nADljrp I ot the rotutniHcefS Senator fiobP.'lEpn. I chairman of the asfced Ibe. members ot the rouuiinee to lbt> provincial jtoveriiiiients1 tatiles of Ihe time Slid place of their' meetings so that suv maueis afltttiiiE the province.- could he disiusseJ he- nvt-eu ibe government and the povenimeill. I Hon. X- VV. Ronell was amrnc Ihc recmbciy a! thf m intend- 1 (he ,...r___hi Europe if Ihe problems in Canada can noi be settled firsl and Ihe labor problem is one of our great- This was the iDessaee delivered bv'John Bruce of Toronto to the in- _- nuslrial conference when ht Ihii i several a! Ihc provincial mornlnE to speafc mi the, need ol unity provided with scats at the sorreury s In Vinidis labor law. There was a liable. _ need lor unity in Co-ordmate Lsbcr Laws Caiada's libor problems.' said Mr. Mr. Ibe course of Ms ad- j ind he appealed to every one (o :dress on behaU of labor singly urseil drop all feelinf s of hostility anil rolit- the ro-nrdiiiaiion of federal ami iirov iril vieivs and approach the questions Illcbil laws altvlinf: labor. Tit'.' liplwily of labor laws I ttie I ton-: >jefnri> TYic in a si'irii at human sood fellowship, that their do- railic cf din-onlj-DI. Me liberations might lie prnluclirc ol Ihe ct a cuiuiuii.-ion ui rreatesi sood. sitter ihe matter. "The third ;roup." ia [he confereuec Doubt as lo luc. advisability ot rtpieseulius agriculture, the t-ivtt lordinitins labor ex vice, the Great War'Veierans' pressed by J. n. Shs'v.-. of iatian ami [lie public interests, jener- a representatire of IhL- employers' ally has been a voice in the shaping of I croup, lie declared ihal silrh lask reports, allnouGli tluhvoold be impossible for tlie confer- delegates on Ihe committees will have [nice lo accoruplish. no voting pon upon when a rcr on arrangement wai recognition of fAil ut lo ibor unions, and the r lo eoilecllye iMrsatvlug. I'. JOM3. Montreal; Qf. SarnlK; J. u. rbnlltoa; spire, T. A. S Walsh, pavlj Corty. 6. KJonry; spare, J. A. Kletl. Third iroup-VYillla MarUujhliu .nd Kred (JirfQtn. Conslderallun of recODitflendatiocs or the royal commission In favor of establishment of a bureau to promote ihe and development of iDdu.ilrlal councils: II. Uerlram. DunJjj; IT.-' UbTiulVolv. J. Qvtrus, ralyary. Rolls. llainJUoii: Mrs. Kathleen IXrry, It.. C, spare, J. Hanicli and J. K. Tishe. Thlrtl 0. Krank Veer. Tor- onto; K. Ottawa, I CURRlE TO VltIT HALIFAX ll.M.U'AX. S. Sit Arthur Ciirrle n'lll come to llali- fpi during Ilie- teller purl of Noveat- ber as u Ruest of Hie Canadian CMub, an official of Ihe clitb today.hula." salil Ferretary KilZRf raid ol I LEAGUE DOING MUCH HARK HAMILTON', On! Sept. o[ tho iireat War Veleraiia' Assoc- iation bere thlnV Ihe Toronto (Inlully Leucue i% nore Mrtu tbau lo Ihc causd of tho vetermns in advoc- ating: Ji.OM graluilr. "Tip Tor- onto Is cerUlnly in- the but more et-> vrork of i lie Grval Vet- erans' AjsQt-lllion throughout Can- J. H. I lluinillon branrhj The. sonelary '.Of ILe. tentral branch, W. A. 1'nnwrljtht. Deputy attorney, Sfnerjl of Ontario for 30 years, Is saM Ills opinion of Ibe Toronto J- S. McLcun, Toronto; idem! at Toronto. would rot look ivell in Here ho V-Bri This WES decided Tom Moore and olher labor repre- t peal-in? evf ry day on I'a: rcporl of iho eontmittee! sentalives flrongly supported the made this ruoriv [views expressed Uruce, ol the rciiorl of ,'je l'f the labur dple.s.i :on. The> royal commission on hours of later I ihe i hail been the v.ho furnishes (he merriment ap- ".Ain't H ;i grand and glorious feelin'V com- em- ins. The joint commiltees are posed of three delegates each, riloyces and employers groups only. There also will Iwo delegates Jrom thorthird group. Another question disrated Ihis. 1 mornini? was when- a special comaiis- siDU was decided npon lo lafce up "coll- of the rvEoiuiions ol Hie royal commiasioti on industrial relat- ions that the findings of Iho conimis- Soil may be put into effect on all wori controlled oy eovcrnment Trhere the principles of democratic' sovemrGetit deiuocralic innnaseDJCnl can be applied." Il was decided on motion of Mr. Bruce, seconded by Shaw, lo refer lo. the committee iiamcd to''consider business with ill- stntclions to' draft a definite resolu tion- Civik SeryanU1 J.'A. McLeJland said [be demand lor was the na-etins and :-honH hive been Ibo shorter WOI-MIIE hou-.-s was i na-etins anJ thai rtonH liivo ueentai ot vears. Rrdurliou in hour; of work first Imslncss this had increased production anil a work-1 This move found Mvi-ril aiipiiortcr ini; man felt he had a rishl lo sonic-1 among Ihe employers and Ihlns else of life ueyond eatinr. ski-p-1 the comnilllees were as [ol- the labor Failures ot-tbe peace treaty met immediately "i inrrtte LI inn iini4.ivuJini.-ji _ atlcr the noon adjotirumcnt au.l this I. Shaw. Wooclstuck: A Moiirop Oner. allernDoTTlhc question Hours (Toroulo; R. TUam-Qii (.arlton I lace; M-ill be Lhc conveniiou spare. Ft. Melnn, llalirax, n a rajier tr il. P.! Ubur-Josouli Curtnan, JaniC5 Som- Whilc of Toronto I errillo. James I. Mc- Tlils special commission ivas urged ttflorc Ihc adjournnipnt In5i niglil by Tom Moore, president of ihe DomicioD Trides and Labor. ported out thai its purpose was gire ciyir EErvants- un'd ;njblic employees Ibe' saine riebts -as those employed by corporallons ani private employers. The coramUtee o'n ar range men ts .morning concurred in the'sugceslion a'nj (he amendment to agenda was carried. was Omsiilcralion of the labor features F the- treaty of peace: >.tnployers. .1. Committcc Appointed I OTTAWA. The report ol I Tlilrt irroun-John alley the. cnnraillee on irranfements was.DeW, K. S. Keith. Montrrnl. the first ilcm o! business this morn- _ tniryins mA co orduiatins DISTINCTIVE FLOOR COVERINGS FOR EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE. LINEN RUGS AE practical as they art in flcli lolld lories, ihpy blend peiiecilj-- Into Ihe Vinrmony ol any color scheme, jind IYOTCD cl many strands o[ siunly Ilax. they possesi In ail- illlion (he Hhai nuhe for (jtnulne viceabilfty. 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