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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA. FRI DAY, II THME THE INVESTMENT Wit I L These are the words of the C.P.R. Directors in recommending to the Shareholders the necessity of securing substantial control in the A. R. I. It is Lethbridge and the district contiguous that has brought this about. It was for this reason that the Scottish Agriculturists passed up" Calgary L-ETHBRI PLAN OF SUBDIVISION OF LOT 6, BLOCK E, In Sec. 31, Tp. 8; R. 21, West of 4th M 1 2 25 ft. 25ft. 3 25ft. 5 6 7 8 9 25ft. 10 30ft. 11 BO ft. 12 LONDON ROAD Room 2 Whitney Block Lessons of (Toronto News) and privileged', by the'stern I tern of industrial organisation which through a bad: season or a falling mar lighting of social reformers, and the determinationr of tlift rleaders of labor to improve con- ditions under >vliich their work is done, -and to obtain .Tan _ increased share of the wealth which labor and The parade of tabor Day was a re- Capital jointly, produces... markable of the pow- ;The separation' between employers er of organized labor in Toronto. There are those who hold that un- ionism always its strength who. contend that the" closed shop is a menace to industrial But who em seriously believe of the workers is not necessary to the protection of their interests, and to the increasing moral and material elevation of the masses of the peo- and employees seems to be a neces- sary, result of modern industrial con- ditions. The old relation between the master and" his-journeyman and ap- pr.ntico. is-gone forever, and hanny as the relation often was, there was perhaps, a sense of ownership on the one side and of dependence, upon the other. ..There has come the great fac- tory, and the-great industrial cor- :ias advantageous that the organizational workmen up- on the one hand and the organization of employers upon the otjier has some I belongs to" a corporation whose stocks of the aspects of a war between clns- the Exchange and :whose in- s a stranger to the management f to say that unionists are human Ike the rest of us. How many of the determined opponents of unionism would be content to lie at the and ignorant often of the very nam- of any employer or of any employing rs of the boards of The corporation? How many of these tools with which he works are not would be leaders of organized labor his own; the machine he tends, the if instead of being industrial captains engine he- drives, the ship he directs, thgy ket, feels that there is no sympathet- ic identity of interest his workmen and himself, and that thy loyal co-operation and the .energetic support Avhich the ".situation of the business demands arc withheld. So often the cnmloyei" tin .evil-domestic eircunistaces, with sickness'or-death is his home, and accumulating obli- gations which his wages canot sat- isfy, feel? that is far removed from his trials and difficul- ties, enjoying a which he has contributed, and careless the welfare of one poor cog in his vast machine. These are "elementary facts, easily stated, but at their roots lie the jrrt-at problem of the new century. It is certain that umonism has contributed enormously to improve the standard of living and the aver- age comfort for the masses of the Ioom? at the bench or the Thc vtry Dualities which Then; is still a to under ses. _But if the world is to perfect sfate, the distances between classes must be lessened, not by levelling down, but by a moro general dffusion of comfort, and an ever-increasing compensation to la- bor. This, as the history of the past attests, will not come "by voluntary sacrifice on the part of the wealthy leacl these to keeP lho nPcn vestments necessarily are their chief and to the claims of organiz- coiice.rn. Their relationship with }a- ed laborwould make them leaders bor is impersonal and remote; their Unionism if they were wage-workers interest in dividends personal direct. Under such -conditions and the organization of labor is natural and necessary, and occasional misunder- stamjjng and conflict is inevitable. There is no doubt that the sys- industrial concern and dependent upon its managers for the peopje. go before the battle, for the dog culminates in .'a complete vic- tory. There are .sweat shops to :be closed, and the great problem of un- employment to be solved, the feeble and old by State, pensions: or State insurance to bo saved from want neglect as they go ddwn to grave. is nothing in the world so pitiful as the sight of a man wil ling to turn his hand to toil, plead We are making a great showing in Furniture and tion to help you to make your home cozy and at- tractive for the long win- ter evenings. A splendid line of Parlor Fnrnitnro, Odd Chairs and Sets Three and Five Pieces are now being opened yip. Yon can furnish your house complete from this store. Watch our Win- dows for the new goods THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS of livlihood for therriselves ing in vain in a world of plenty foi the privilege of earning breac for his family. If cannot be" that a good Providence ever intended tha men and women should eve need to beg or steal or starve, and i is a thing that the world i full of visionaries and enthusiasts who canot rest while that condition continues. means I and their families. If the union may coerce a few workmen, and hence that unionism makes for the general independence and welfare of labor can hardly bo. disputed. It is only by methods of concilia- tion, sympathetic appeal and labor- ious effort towards a better under- standing, that the, cross-war would be Jtiuru tions between labor and capital es- tablished. It is unfortunate that upon sides in loo many cAsea there is a vindicative spirit, and a disposition to misinterpret and mis- interpret and misunderstand. Too union protr-cts inferior work and insists upon vexations reg- ulations -which impair efficiency and hamper the exercise of necessary au- thorty. Too often both employers and employees observe only the let- ter of agreements, and the steady ano satisfactory operation of a great in- dustry is embarrassed by constant" friction and misunderstanding. Daily Heraid Race yon. have to sell or to real piace it IB this column. If you wist laythiaf nse this colwna. 25c one 6 insertions for SI FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 7 roomed house on Courtland St., 1-4 mile from school, price HOO cash, bal. per month. Ap- T. E. Patteson. 33-0 WANTED Woman to look after young child: Apply Box 502. or 623 Bartlett St 235-6 ROOM TO RENT Well furnished. All modern con veniences. -Box I., Herald of fice. 235-0 TWO RARE CHANCES Two vioHns for sale, valued at for ty and fifty dollars respectively. N reasonable offer refused. Cash want ed. Box 133, Lethbridge. 232-( FOR SALE Two teams 4 and 5 years; two set of harness; two wagons. J. W. Har rington, North Ward, 234-( GOOD OATS FOR SALE Good bats for suk-. Apply T. S. IcKenzie, Southard Blk., cjo 0. W. Ccrr Co. 233-G FOR SALE Soda water fountain and- complete Dutfit, .including necessary goods for mmediate business. R. Sage. 222-0 TO RENT .Nicely-furnished room, with bath, 512 Round St. 234-p TO RENT Store and full basement, west half of Whitney Block, Apply F. L. Whit- ney, Northwest Jobbing Co. office, or WANTED Dining Room girl. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 236-O WANTED Wanted immediately, one first class interior wireman. McKenzie Roy, Redpath St. 232-0 LOST One gelding, dark bay, .weight 1050, branded inverted Y on parallel bar halter scar on nose. Reward on return to G. Gowin, North Ward. 235-6 Box 377. 34-C-p. WANTED A girl or middle aged woman to do light housework or plain cooking in small family in country. Apply Mrs. Race, cjo Mr.s. Hurgess east of Barracks. 236-C WANTED Dining room girl, Chow Snm Co. 33-0 MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic. vaudeville or dances. Howard House, Crabb St. SERVANT WANTED "Wanted, a good general servant, who can cook. Apply to Mrs. J.A. Knauff, 629 Round St. 233-6 FOR RENT Pretty 'six-roomed bungalow on Ar- gyle avenue. -Apply H. S. Skelton, JBartlott St., Taylor. Florist 35-6 WANTED At once, a good general blacksmith or wheelwright. Apply Rampton Brown, Cardston, Alta. 34-6-p A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner for the Assinniboia Musisc Co. Medicnie, Hat, will be in Lethbridge on the 16th September inst., and for a few days thereafter. Orders for tuning, etc., may J5e left with E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block. 231-6 ENGINEER WANTS POSITION Engineer" with papers desires R POUND NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell by public auction at City Pound (near Hospital) on the 23th" inst., at- 2 o'clock in the afternoon, unless sooner claimed: 1 red and white heifer; no visible brand. 230-6 J. GILLISPIE, Pound Keeper. Apply Herald Office. 34-6' WANTED Furni.-shed room in modern in. Aprly Box A.. H.-rnld Of- 235-O WANTED Ry Lethbridge man. position in of- or store as clerk. Has good edu- cation. Apply H. S. Skelton, P.O. j Again the employer, struggling NEXT SITTING DISTRICT COURT OF LETHBRIDGE The next sit tines of the District Court at will open on MONDAY. September 28th, at 10 a. m. at the Court House at that placo. 236-1 S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. Box 473 City. 235-6-p WANTED Good second hand .safiv Apply Box T., Herald. 232-6 u i u un n nil i LU -----------------------I fn exchange for livrry b.irn on RP. WANTED gina-Prince Albert branch of Can- A young man to keep bor.ks. must Kor- RF-' in live town o{ he accurate and willing. Prefer one j schools, churches and country who knows city, holds position and wdl settled. Will take stock for part wants better chance for promotion. Address T. Herald Office. FOR SALE Twenty acres, under the irrigation ditch, close to town, suitable for a market garden. Vvill sell for per acre on good terms. Apply L, S. Rip- ley, room 5, Whitney Block. 221-0 235-3 A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER Wanted by widow with daughter age 11, with good education, who is very nseful in house or with small children. Reasonable wages and all or full payment.. For particulars, see FORD TYLER, LethbrFdge Hotel, Lethbridge Also agent for Wells Cat. tie Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and iiu. proved land. Will be pleased -o interested parties over acre farm, 20 miles south oi' Lethbridge, winter position desired. Apply if., Harvesting now in full Arbuthnott. TJeUovue Farm. 32-fi j land tor sale in vicinity. A Good B A FINE HALF-SECTION, TWO MILES FROM WILSON SIDING, ONLY PER ACRE. LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE. Ott Block Lethbridge ;