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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBKIDGI5 DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY AUGUST THE TONIC "Fniit-a-tives" Builds Op The Whole System Those who take "J-'rmt-n-iives" for (CoxTixunn i-itoii FIEOXT PAGE) where the employees of certain mines lire on strike while those of others remain at work. The. union otlicwls say they were just about to enter a conference with the operators on taking "Fruit-a-'iives" for some spccilio disease, as Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Headaches or Kidney or Bladder Trouble, Rheu- matism or Pain in the Back. And they "find when "truit-a-tives" cured the disease, that they feel better and stronger in every way. This is due to the nvndet'ful tonic properties of these famous tablets, made from fruit juices. 50e. a, box, for trial size, 23c. At nil dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a.-lives.Limited, Ottawa. 'Contrary to certain reports that were circulated the Lethbridge miners were not idle owing to the war bonus I question, but owing to the fact that a certain section boss working in the mines, admitted on the stand in court that he could not control his temper. His "Simon Legree" methods had been complained cK for years, hence the Lethbridge miners felt justified in not j working under said section boss. "As already stated our committee met tlte management and again we I 'had in mind the interests of all con-j cerned. Our committee suggested that the man be removed temporarily to some other employment, so that the i conference would take place Saturday. The Lethbridse Herald on Saturday last published a resolution giving a full explanation as to why they were idle Following this, the higher ofii- The Lethbridge miners immediate- KIPPENV1LLE NEWS kippenrille. July Fulton de- livered a very fine sermon at the Kip- pen school on Sunday. July 16th. Mr. Fulton is a young man with great pos- sibilities. Harry Hillis is the proud possessor i Rehearsals have begun for the con-[ cert which is to be given at the Kippeu school on August third. itors _-A very pleasant surprise ,vas j--.-j P- management Jlrs. R. TV. Griffith on last _ thnv day when several her lady Mends f on Frto u, assembled at her home to spend, deflnitelv a-reed afternoon. The ladies all came with j sides S have" con- well filled baskets aud served a snlen-j UJJUU did lunch. The .-tfternoou passed all i too soon in music, reading and social; conversation. i Mus question, as has been intimated by y ,asl and ibl, a dless CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 AcadiaBlk. The Mid-Summer Sale Offers Big (Savings riffli In (lie choicest lines of present need merchandise which arc most in dejunml Prim here announced continue the balance of the week and women who want tiieir money to briny the biggest pos- sible returns will do well to take advantage of these offers while assortments are still good and prices the lowest you'll meet with this season. All Wash Dresses to All Xew Coats Silks. Coverts, Serges, etc. All Silk Suits Regular ?5G.uu Value LONG SILK AN GLOVES Up to fl.TS. OUTING HATS Up to 13.00. Sale ALL WASH SKIRTS at off MIDDV WAISTS Un to Sale MIDDY- WAISTS Ui> to Sale CREPE KIMONAS Up to 54.50. Sale. WASH DRESSES Up to ?3.50. Sale TAILORED SUITS 1O-7C Ul> to J27.50. Sale. IJ I'D LEATHER BELTS Up to Sale FINGERING YARN Regular J1.9U. Sale LISLE >1 AA 20% 39c 1.50 AH Children's Coats 2 to 14 years. J4.50 to All New Sunshades In various shapes and colors. Boys' Wash Suits In Regular Values WASH GOODS Up to ilOc. Sale..... WASH GOODS Up to 3Sc. Sale..... TWO YD. SHEETING Regular 35c 3r.le WHITE PIQUE Up to GOc. Sale AWNING DUCK Jlegular 35c. Sale CURTAIN SCRIM UP to 35c. Sale 43c 19c TURKISH TOWELS Regular 85c. Sale HOSIERY AND SOX 'Worth to Me Sale 39c 28c 25c 19c SHORT LISLE GLOVES Up to HOUSE DRESSES Up to Sale AND-SILK 69c All New- Neckwear Collars, Yokes, etc. Ail Wilk and Shepherd eheck Skirts All Hand Bajys In Very Newetit Shapes. "On Sunday last we now felt assured isou spent j 0[ a conference on Monday but we .Mrs. K. that fernie men.'working under R T lofi "9th the tapression that the conference month! Sat- at. the home Griffith. urday last, determined on Sunday relatives j Q k untu the report Jiiss A. McCreary left for Milk RIV-; 5 eived. 11 j "The foregoing are the facts, brief- ly put. We would add that every- thing possible was done by us to paring about a conference. We are charged with causing these coinci- dental happenings K i first one mine idle and then another we can face any tribunal and prove our sincerity in attempting to i meet the requirements of the opera- tors, with a view to arriving at an ir- j amicable adjustment of the difficulty Sask., Aug. the j now confronting the operators and la'wyers before the commis-; ourselves. sion had spent several, hours compute ing the proper the Godfrey1 pay sheet, it was discovered that God- .feel it most.unfortunate ot "affairs :when we'realize that the operators have a proposition to- Trey's total frauds in the way of pad- j submit to their workmen but that ded pay-sheets amounted vto j their apparent dignity "will not permit The actual cost of the Watson and j jnem to offer said proposition because, Wimmer roads was found to be slight-i shylock-Iike, the letter of the law is ly over and this amount witIijfiQt fulfilled, some of the miners "oe- thfe padding represented the cast idle them to the government. j "naj acted as irresponsible men This afternoon W J merciy heeded the dictates of -latue organizer appeared before-the j our own conscience, we possibly "U etmore Commission to answer the W011jtj noj have succeeded in iafluenc- charge of contempt in connection with j jng fernie miners to resume work, his refusal to gne the name of the fec] we have extraordinarily government clerk who. supplied him tolerant We have accepted the advice certain documents. Chairman iW.ptm.bre read a long statement giv- ing it his opinion that the commis- j gd'our "meetings'rather than, perhaps, Bion had poner to commifa reealci-j too hastily decide upon our policy. of the Dominion fair wage officers and have upon several occasions adjourn- traat witness to orison'but at the end BtPted tint in the case of Gallon the j We .have responsibilities devolving 1 upon us. as a board, in fairness to commiBsioneis already possessed the tnose whose confidence we retain, we information he had refused to give, through? Milnes'' evidence and there- fore had 'decided commit Gallon. must of necessity decide we will take very soon. Tonight Let's End Corn! Apply a little Blue-jay plaster. Tbat brings a wonderful wax in touch with the corn, and protects it This wax was invented by a chemist who has spent 25 years studying corns. Fomorrow Youll forget the corn. Blue- jay ends all pain. Itwillproveto 'you that all com pains are need- less. You can stop them in an a Blue-jay. You will always do that when you know the facts. Next Day action We have been more than hoping the fair wage officers may, through. their good offices, succeed in getting a con- ference. But the operators have stead- fastly, if not arbitrarily, held out that all mines must be working before said 'conference can be held. "In conclusion, we hold it is unfair to those who have hesitatingly volun- teered, to fight their country's cause and have left their loved ones behind in the care of the general public, that their interests should be in asy way jeopardized at this time. "A conference wight avoid anything unfortunate occurring. We admit bur human frailties but have done all that we possibly could in order that an amicable settlement might he reach- ed. "We now leave it with the public. "On behalf of the Executive Hoard, Wm. Graham, President. T. Biggs, Vice-president, S. J. Carter, Secretary-" The corn will disappear for good. And no soreness follows. Blue-jay has proved that on 70 mQlion corns. .It will prove it you, we promise. After that, you will never keep a corn. BAUER NewYoit cf Surgical Dressings, etc, IScfthd 2Sc at Druggists Blue-jay I', ill! l.'.Jrri.s (Special to the Fernie, August eighth an- niversary of the big Fernie flre has not brought a repetition of the disaster, but it "bids fair to extinguish the fires in the coke ovens put out of business the mineral Coal Greek, at least for a time. The miners are off again and say very little if they do not Union officials and miners are'very're- ticent, as to what is going be the next move, but from surface indica- tions there is iittie hope of a resump- tion of work until the operators con- sent to meet the miners' executive in conference. The Michel men are out and it looks like a spreading of the trouble to oth- er camps if the dead-lock- between miners and operators at Calgary con- tinues. The mass meeting called for this London. Aug. paying a word of tribute to Sir Sam Hughes, the Morning Post today deprecates the persistent rumors afloat that attempts have been made by Canadian politi- cians with- whom Hughes may ossibly be acquainted to secure' promotion for Canadians, not on military but civil grounds. sort of thing is the worst of all evils to inflict upon an army in the says the publication, "for it discourages and shakes the confidence ot the ranks." "A Canadian officer informs us that what has given impetus to these rum- ors during the last week is the ap- pointment of a certain officer' to the rank of brigadier-general and the story that this officer besides .being- very junior in his as well as inexperienced, was not recommended for appointment from the command- ing officer in the field until instruc- tions came from London that he be re- commended'. The request was grant- ed but not without other officers also being recommended. This officer was a fabrication and that the appoint- ment was made and recocamended in the usual way. SEVERAL KILLED IN WRECK Dallas, Texas, Aug. per- sons are reported killed in the wreck of a fast ilissouri, Kansas and Texas passenger train, meagre news of which reached here today i'rom Lancaster, 12 miles south of here. INFANTILE PARALYSIS IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina, Aug. cases of in- fantile paralysis have so far been dis- covered in Saskatchewan. Four were at Macklin, one at Watson, one from Creelmau and one that came to Sas- katoon. Dr. Seymour, provincial health officer and local health offici- als in the various towns and cities are taking ail precautions to prevent an epidemic. ALMOST GIVEN UP." Sarnia, years ago'l was taken very had, my blood, too, WM m bad shape. I got so I had. to RO to bed and I was there for over three months, I could not eat and suffered untold agony. I had three of the best doctors I could gnt bufc it'just seemed nothing was going to help me. I had almost given up. I thought) I would never be any better and was willing to give up and die rather than suffer as 1 was. A neighbor of mine told me of Dr. Pierce's wonderful remedies and I use them. My husband boughfme six bottles of 'Favorite Pre- scription.' I had not taken it long until I felt belter. In less.than six weeks I was out of bed, and in less than six months I was cured and have been well ever slnco. Do all my own work. I have raised three daughters, two "are married and have! children. have used it and they are healthy, so are their children. I am sure it was aH on account of my having them use the medicine. "I keep all of Dr. Pierce'a medicine.1? in .the house. Have 'Favorite Prescrip- "Golden Medical Discovery' and prepared by Dr. Pierce is good. 1 also have a copy of the People's Common Sense Mcdica! me reopics common Bense medical Adviser, which 1 have bad 26 years; it has been very valuable to J, WAT, 232 Ontario St., Sarnia, Ont. If you arc a sufferer, if your daughter, mother, sister need help, ect Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liquid or tablet form from an- Then address A moat valuable book in any home is Dr, Pierce'a Common Sense Medical ly medicine dealer' to-day. ---------------Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffaloj N. Y., and confidential medi- cal advice ealirely free. morning brought forth no results, the meeting lasting but a few minutes when adjournment was voted Pend-j volume! ing action from No j engravings and colored plaUs. A anyone sending fifty cents in sta ping and Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant, Pellets arc the original little liver pills, firat put up nearly 50 years ago. miners went up on the atteraobh FJ. MWBC1IW WttlvwliKBCU train, anil it looks like a complete cents in stamps, to pay the cost of wrap- shut-down for a while; ping and mailing only, to Dr. Pierce, Ther" is no doubt now tbat the s trouble, which has been ascribed to local causes, has as its basic cause the failure to secure a raise in wages. Ladies! Read This! Here is your clumce to save ten per cent. OH" all your dry goods purchases during the month of Atigusraiul at tlie same time you can fill up your china closet rich cut glass absolutely free of cost. Cut Glass worth of Rich Cut Glass to be Given Away Free this month at Rylands. TO -BRIGHTEN' up tlic dullest month in the j'car ive Trill give airay absolutely free, to our cnstomcrSj fls preiniums worth of tlioifinest of hand cut glass. With your first purchase after the nn- nounccmcn't you will receive n coupon, similar to the'one illustrated below, which you will present each time you make a.purchase this month. Here is a Partial List of the Cut Glass Premiums: These articles are of the same quality and value you would find in the best stores. The designs are very neat and each article has been selected for their every day of the following articles are yours free of cost. Get a coupon. Cut Glass free .with total of 5.00.1'lu-ciiases. Cut Glass Sherbert............................. 7.00 Out (41aSS Custard................................ 7.00 Cut Glass -lyuit Jfappy.......................... 7.00 Cut Glass Sngai-. 8.00 Cut Glass 8.00. -Cut Glass and Cream 15.00 Cut Glass 2 quart Pitcher........................ 25.00 Cut Glass Berry Bowl..............'............. 25.00 Cut Glass Water Bottle 35.00 Get a Coupon Like This Tomorrow It means get back ten per cent, of your money in rich cut-glass. Start tomorrow with a coupon, you will lie surprised how quickly the .amount on your coupon will -gxit you one ol the above premiums.' Here is a duplicate of the Coupon. you will get with your first purchase 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10.10 10 10 10 10 10 ,10 10 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25150 25 j 50 25' 26 25 25J50 ZS 80 CUT GLASS COUPON This coupon good only during month of August, miiuinil punched and redeemable in same value in cut glass. SEE PREMIUM UST AND. DISPLAY IN OUR BIG SHOW WINDOW. KYL.ANDS CO. 50 50 125 25 25 25 25' 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 10 10 10 10 10 ID 10 10 10 10 10 M. 10 10 10 10 55 5 5 Both you and your neighbour can shop on this Cut Glass Coupon STARTIT TOMORROW RYLANDS CO. ;