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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF DAILY HERALD December 10. 1012 BAKING POWDER NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER IS USED. CONTAINS NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES DATES Per pound PRUNES, Per pound.......: MIXED NUTS Per pound 'dRANGES Per dozen MIXED .PEEL Per pound..... TABLE FIGS Per pound........ Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR fcr BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib..... APPLES, PER BOX iuil IOC 20c 30c 20c 15c 20c Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 364 AUSIRnllnN CASH Money Gan't Buy After Legal Closing Hour (By (icorso A. liorsey, I'll. D., ill Chicago Tribune.) tvv days ago Hurry tt'pii and I decided to spend the end in Iso mountains, and see lie world-renowned Jenolan cavas. start with we could not get a hair -Saturday half holiday tind every ai-ber's shop in tonn closed. We had to Hie caves late and could not et a guides had already eight hours that o object. We could not got supper in alter 8 ot-lock and ic girls had iiuit for the day. on cannot buy n paper at the hotel owsstitnd before 9 a.m. or after 6. would be a violation of the i Shows Australia is Prosperous IE success menus to get rich, Ans- alia Australia is prosper- prosperous, I heard au Amer- aii employer of labor remark re- tntly, that he hoped it wouldn't rain r two maybe, they ould come 10 their senses, fie really meant the men would en have to work as long as be uic- ted and for the wiges he sol for em. Australia saja: "No; all work d -no play may make Pierp a rich but it makes JacU a dull It kills initiative, say we of Chicago, so destroys liberty ot action and ;ails the freedom of the individual. 'Yes.' 'says Australia, "hut hang the dividual! Lei's take care of society. The individual will look after himself he won't we will pension him. Laziness is a disease; thrift and in- dustry are is, if they are made interesting." j Barbers Play Cricket Saturday j Saturday afternoon, and every bar- ber playing Sunday, and you can't get a drink. At 7 o'clock morn- ing or night, and you cannot buy a playing card, and there you are. this is no place for the American! capitalist, unless he wants to race horses, sail a boat, play cricket, prize fight or surf bathe. There Is a, time to work and a time to play, and eight hours is the present! accepted ideal, though some indue- j, tries will soon cut down to a G-hourj workday. All this, of course, has been brought about by the unions. It was easy for them, for they had the strike and thc ballot behind them. The movement penetrated into the country, and the cry is heard that no longer must the farmer or the boy who works out. begin milking cows at 4 in the morning ajid finish off with chores at 9 in the evening. The labor movement has announced a new bill, codifying all early closing matters. It will deal with closing i hours, both for Sydney and in the [country. -An important feature of the The Experienced Cook bill will be an effort to make S o'clock tho hour ior closing all special shops on any night. This will apply to I bars, barbers" shops, drug stores, etc. Law Fixes- Minimum Wages Australia attempts.by law to set .1 minimum wage. In New South Wales tlie law is only three years old, but it already has revolutionized certain classes of labor, and hence has pro- c ifoundly affected a great many labor- 0 U5f ers, .especially shop assistants. The A 1 b C r ta's law says: "No workman or shop assistant shall be employed unless in the ccipt of a weekly wage of at least I four shillings irrespective of any amount earned as overtime. Any em- ployer contravening this minimum Best Baking Powder bc- cause I know from actual test wage provision is liable to a penalty that it never jnoc A dollar fails me. Wg wage You, too. CLARKE CO. THE Phone 453 LADIES STORE Acadia Block SAVINGS BIG YULETIDE SALE Of all Furs and Fur-lined Coats, Cloth Coats and Suits, Evening Wraps, Opera Cloaks, Millinery and Silk Kimonas, as well as many SPECIALLY PURCHASED Lines of various items suitable for Xmas Gifts, offering many easy and economical solutions to the Gift Problems with but little burden to your already over-taxed purse. Values are Immense Assortments are Superb We ffivc vou the benefit ol' snving one-quarter to ono-thinl thc value of those lines iust at the, time when I hey are in greatest demand. CHOOSE EARLY. Space does not permit a description of (he various items, but the prices tell their own economy tale__and tell It' best, demonstrating in no uncertain way the saving importance attached to a visit to this store while doing your Christmas Buying. YULETIDE SALE IpRICES In every line of Fur Muffs, Neckpieces and Fur-lined Coats, Read the particulars and note the splendid savings: Mink MulTs Mink MulTs SfiO.OO Mink Stoics Mink Muff Mink.Stole S 150.00 Mink Mull Mink Stole Isabella Fox Muff S37.50 Isabella. Fox Stole Black Fox Muff 835.00 Columbia Sable Muff Columbia Sable Stole Black Persian Muff IjiSfi.OO 150.00 Pointed Fox Muff, Pointed Fox Stole 137.50 Blue Wolf Muff 130.00 Blue Wolf Stole >r. Badger Muff Badger Stole Black Persian Stole Every Fur Piece is guaranteed the finest quality, and highest goods possible to buy, and our guarantee of satisfaction goes with everything we sell. Two Big Special Bargains in Fur-Lined Coats Fur Lined Regular value Only one left, collar and reverS'Of best mink lined with Russian Rat 115.00 Coats Tailored Coats At Big Reductions J20.00 Coats at Coats at....... Coats Coats at Fur Lined Eeffuliir 175.00 value- Two only and navy collar and rovers ot mink, lined witb good muakrat. Tailored Suits Reduced fof Final Clearance suit. 3 Suits "Suits (27-50 Suits Suits at Suits at Opera Cloaks All Reduced in Prices Cloaks ju IQ at 555.00 Cloaks II 00 cloaks Cloaks at Big Savings In all SHU Kimonas Kim- onas at Kim- onas at Kim- onas at Kim- onas at All the New Millinery on the Move The entire stock divided Lots, and priced regardless of cost value. EVERY HAT INCLUDED. ALL NEW THIS SEASON. LOT XO. All Hats Worth up to Some twenty-five hats included, representing some of the handsomest models oi the season up to LOT 3f All Hats Worth up to 310.00 -Some twenty odd styles, including everything we have left up to S10.00. Strictly Xmas Items Selling at Yultide Bargains PURE LIXEN DOILIES .25c. "liegulnr 50c values j Pure linen.centres, with edging ol' 3-iucli hand.crocliet linen 1 ace, circular' shape, 9 indies hi diameter. .Hand Embroidered Handkerchief's. 25c -.Regular 45c. value Lovely qualities in pure linen goods oil the daintiest designs we have ever had to show at the price. Pretty Work Aprons 45c -Regular 65c values 'Made of sheer lawns and dimities, daintily trimmed with ribbon'and laces. a week does not seem especially in Australia, where wages in general arc a-j nigh as will find it i States. Our natural in- i erence, would be that such a provision e' could hardly have benefited anybody. Alberta s Best is Baking Pow-. Let us see. der whole- some, dependable right in i quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. Mother ouuld not understand Jimmy should openly declare he "couldn't hear" Great-Aum Maria. "When she is always so nice to reproached mother. always puts yon on the head! Wages Paid Young Women According to the report of a factory inspector, there were in liiOS no less than 514 girls hetrveen 13 and 2J years of age who were ra receipt of less than four shillings a week. In the district there were nearly o Carry Out Pre- J Election Promise fpctintz; this district. This will he the first visit of Chairman H. L. Dray ton, K. C.. to Lethbridge. matters will be considered by the commissioners. The Hoard oi Trade has made application for a in effect which aflect local wholesal- ers. The Taber council and in all probability Holchbiss, public- ity commissioner for the province, it is" understood, will also appear be- fore the commission asking for a (Continued from trout date, but it remains for the council to name the day they may wish to make the change." Mr. Ball has been working hard on the new charter all through the cam- paign, and has it completed, except those clauses where matters will have to be decided by the council. Among j hearing on a complaint arising out reduction on coal rates to tlie of some discriminating freight rates east Flock Book they arc very highly bred season so thai when one is consumed and young ewes ,arc sold at very re- j another is rcatiy thus providing fresh mtincratfrc prices to neighboring far-j feed a great part of tne summer. Thc mers for crossing purposes. For pro-1 sheep are not allowed to forage over during parly lamhs the ewes arc bred large areas hut are often kept to soon aftrr Years. Male. portable fences which are moved per- lanfns not intende.l for the rarly j iodically to take in new patches. The girls In dressmaking and millinery j matters will be the salaries ol rooms receiving less than four shill- 1 cne commissioners ihcir duties, clc. lugs the majority being paid no wages Harliie at all for their services. Before the net; 1.1 nearly every dressmaking- and mil- Imery workroom a certain number of i i.ir-i; MI uut i ales .so that the Manitoba market mav be arf yhvavs (or ptraippd hon-.' state, ey) has provrn so Sta The Hu.ir.l of Railway foiiimiB- sionrrs will im-pt here tomorrow morning tin- court house to ton- nimulaiaM, and nnoHcavions to he toun.I on every ovm so popular throuciiout the hand, ;i certain demand beinc kept in anrt Cnnmla that K H often nut rtld. successful formula uex' '1Illi Pl'ort matlc to han never iiren rqiinipcl. up a reputation, and nHerward.s tc A guaranty of satlsfactinn nr hold it." A farmer there may VCPI wiH thc hl'PPd PnPllInr 'H the djv Kftt'lt'fnr if not ecn.l to The although they may not l Co., Toronto, Out, 'eligible ioi record in an Tea Table Talks The best is seldom tlie cheapest But for once tin exception is found in Consta.nt users of Bine Ribbon agree there is no better tea. Ana it is a household saving, for its con- centrated strength menus real economy. There is no risk in making ;i trial, for n guarantee goes with package. Ask your U'rncer. ;