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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, February 1910. Page 9 BAYCO A Special Shirt Sale i- Men's extra fine Flannel Shirts, Vith laundered collars? soft cuffs; in pale blue and green. v Regular Sale pi Heavy Tartan Shirts in various colors cuffs and col- lars. This is one of our specialties. Regular Re- r1' CO ducedto Fine Flannel Dress Shirts, with detachable collars; in blue And green. Regular Now Fine Dressy Flannel Shirts, with, laundered collars band and .cuffs; in striped patterns. Regular Sale English Flannel Shirts, with detachable collars and double tarn back cuffs. Regular Hudson's Bay Grey Military Shirts, all wool, with reversi- ble collars. Regular Sale price The Hudson's Bay Blue Flannel Shirt, extra heavy and fine Our lea'ding line. .Regular Now The Argylc Sliirt, all wool, with turn do wn collars f striped patterns. Regular Sale Extra heavy Twee dShirt, well made and very roomy, ular Sale price .JUST UlEOErVED DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY A Shipment ot Cruni's Famous English A big as- sortment to choose from, in light and dark patterns. Per yard Spring Dress Goods DIRECT FROlk THE LARGEST AND BEST FACTURERS IN EUROPE Panama Cloth wool, one that has no equal for good wear and general appearance, per yard Series, all wool navy and black, per yard .05c and 85e O Poplins in all shades, per yard Shepherd Checks, all wool, per yard 75e Bengaline in all shades, for Spring and Summer inches wide. "Per yard 50e v Taffeta Silks in all the newest shades, per yard 75c Special for the Cold Snap Overshoes, Rubbers, Felt Shoes, Gum Boots, Snag Proof Rubbers at Slaughter Prices. We have a big assortment of Boots and Shoes for Men, Women and Children, stylish in appearance, lasting in quality and moderate in price. Inspect before buying. Wine and Spirit Dept We have just received from the sunny of Spain, a large consignment of high grade ports and sherries. -These wines are selected and bottled specially under our seal by- one of the oldest and most famous firms of wine merchants of Spain. Guaranteed of great age and abso- lute purity. Prices Are As Follows: Imperial per case Vice Regal per case 31. Old Duke Port per case Si Old Lodge per case Si Old Lorn don per case Si Imperial Sherry per case S2 Vice Sherry.......S16.00 per case Old 'Duke Sherry per case Old Boo-heda Sherry.....S10.50 per case 'Old London Dock Sherry .38.00 per case -Si Try A Sample Bottle .00 per bottle .50'per bottle .25 per bottle .15 per bottle .00 per bottle .00 per bottle .50 per bottle .25 per 1.5 per bottle .00 per bottle Phone (513 Hud s C REPORT PRESENTED TO MINERS'CONVENTION Show Union Aggrescive and In Good Spent on .....--Relief .Work At the afternoon session or the con- 'ertUon of U. M. W. of A., yesterday, representative of the and La- bor Council addressed the convention, welcoming the mine workers to the city, and speaking of the condition the 'labor unions in the city. He stated that a company under toe name of the Lethbrldife Labor Temple Co., had been with a capital stock and would erect a labor hall on the present site that be a credit to the city and the cause of organized labor. the building, he stated, would likely be completed next year. He invited delagaltes at the convention to ocial evening to-nigM in the Labor Hall, when refreshments would be pro -ided, and the delegates would be ad- dressed by the Rev. W. G. Fortune, secretary of the Alberta Moral Re- form League, on the question of tfhe "Iquor traffic in-the province. The following committees were named by the Resolution committee: Leonard, McNattb, Wikstrom, Arlington and Sibhora. Scale committee: Immons, Bur- roughs, Lennon and Blake. Grievance committee: Garner, Burke, Bullen and Heaton Constitution committee: Johnson, t tlon. He ivdvlsed The pnacing of a separate account to coyer this liti- gation in the matter of claims. Amend the Act. la July, of last year he had toeen approached by Mr. WrigM, of Edmon- ton, wiho'had asked him to formulate] a plan to amend the CompecsaiUon Act. An amendment was proposed thai all employes be forced to have their employees insured. He sug- gested also that the inspection of mines be delegated to officials of in; surance companies, who would also be in the government employ as the insurance companies would be vitally interested in the safety of the work- WATCH FOR OUR AD. EVERY CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL FARM PRODUCE. A Few Prices for jtliis Week We have rcctlvtd a shipment of Dried and Canned Fish from the Coast. A trial will convince you that these art the best brands on market. It had .been decided at the last con- vention to withdraw from the Trades an- Labqr Congress. It was now} necessary that this matter be recon- sidered and the district renew its membership with the congress. had spent' considerable time in organizing unions in- the northern field in the vicinity of Edmonton, and had found conditions there that had been deplorable. They were even worse than in Russia. He had interviewed ihe Alberta gov ernment in regard to the eight hour law. erallv, 'except in a few isolated cases In Saskatchewan. In. Saskatchewan'there had been opposition to the union, es- pecially from the Hudson's Bay Co there were very bad. 'flhere was no Compensation Act no eight.hour law, and a very inferior mining lav.. r. He pointed out. the difficulty of suc- cessfully handling the .'districts of Bd- and Saskatchewan unless fin- anced by -the international union. In to thV District Ledger, from members was o.ut.of all pro-j portion to the membership of the dis- trict. It was the .intention of the executive to set apart one portion of Patterson, Wneatley and Rainor. Committee on officers' report: Mil- ler, Howell, McDonald and HucMns.... It was' determined that all resolu- tions were to be handed in by ten o'clock on Friday morning. Pretident's Report. President W. B. Powell then pres- ented annual report. He stated that of... District No. IS had been most exceptional since com- mencing his term of office. Never at one time had there been so many of its inenibers on" strike at one time. He referecf at some length to''tie] for ..foreigners... strike quoting the finding; meats made with of R. H. the "chaiman of the arbitration committee, which met at He had brought in a.' report that, the mine was in a There that time" been no fatal it. "The company had been running the mine at a loss and expected to make some profit, out of the' pillars. The employees should the: operators to overcome their handicap -in. operating the mine. .The decision was that the price of pillar coal be forty cents per ton. .President Powell, in company with the .other representatives, had argued against the decision, but to. no avail, later recommended an in- Breakfast Foods Rd. Oats, pr 8 Ib. sack ...35c Rd. Wheat, per 8 Ib; sack. .45e Standard Oatmeal ,per Ib. So Granulated Oatmeal ,per Ib. 5c Germade, per 9 Ib. sack ..35c Pancake Flour, per-pkg.. ,25c Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs for 25c Cr of Wheat 2, pkgs for .45c Grape Nuts, 2 pkgs. for Shredded Wheat, per 15c Canned and Cured Fish Salmon, Yacht Brand, 2 cans for ..................35c Per dozen cans ......12.00 Salmon, Summit brand, 2 cans for Per dozen Salmon, sniall 3 cans 25c Per dozen cans........85c Sardines, King Oscar brand, per tin.............. ,15c Per dozen Sardines, Concord brand, per tin ...................isc Per dozen tins Sardines, AHbert brand, 2 tins for ..................-.25c Per dozen tins j Sardines, Brunswick brand 4 j tins for ...............25c Kippered Herring, Marshall's 2 cans for............35c j Per dozen cans Maconochies Herring in To- mat a. sauce ,2 for .35c 5 Per dozen cans Kippered Herring, Conner's, 2 I for t Per dozen Finnan Haddie, 2 cans for 25c K Per dozen cans 5 Lobster .small tins, 2 for 45c Oysters, King Fisher brand Is per tin..............I5c Per dozen tins Jt1.ftK IJ _ -r'ft XVJJUB r isuer uranu zs, per ftin.............25c Per dozen tins Codfish, Acadia boneless, per 2 Ib. box ............30c Digby Chicks, per box___30c Holland Herring, per keg .90c t j remarkably good condition. had up till Bonnett to take over the of the paper. Vice-President Stubbc. Vice-President Stubbs, in presenting His stated tihatt the position of '.the. district at this itime was very satisfactory. 'Ten different agree- rhey had veaitigation by the international union who.had sent, men on the ground and upheld the finding of Mr. Grant. There was an ever increasing num- ber of fatalities in the mines. He suggested that the convention outline some proposal to meet that efttua- meats had been, signed since itaken office. In the Edmonton dis- trict there -were about twenty com- panies operating on a small scale. Practically all those mines, closed down every spring. In order to main the organization there it was nee essary to send an. organizer there each fall. The present position did not warrant such a large expenditure there as in the'past. He asked Cross to see if an Attorney-Genera act .could not. b passed ..making it .illegal to give o take bribes In order to secure em ptoyment Secretary's Report. Secretary; A. J. Carter's report wa Dried and Evapor- ated Fruits Seeded-Raisins, 16 oz. pkgs, each.................10c Per dozen pkgs Sultana Raisins, 16. oz.1 pkgs.; 2 for ...................25c Per dozen pkgs. Currants, 16 oz. pkgs., 2 for 26c Per dozen pkgs......11.40 Cooking Figs, 3 Ibs. for 26c Per 25 Ib. sack California White Figs, 5 Ibs. for...................45c Per 25 Ib. case Prunes, .Victoria Cross brand, per Ib. .10c Per 25 Ib. case ......12.15 Ev. Apples, good white stock, 2 Ibs for Per 50 Ib, case Table Figs, fancy layer 2 Ibs. for ...................25c Canned Fruits Strawberries, best brands per can..................20o Per dozen cans Peaches, best brands, can 20c Per dozen cans Pears, Globe brand, can 15c Per dozen cans Plums, best brands, can 15c Per dozen cans Pineapple, large cans 3 for 50c Per dozen cans Canned Vegetables Tomatoes, 2 cans for.....25c Corn, 2, cans for........ .25c Per dozen cans Per dozen cans ,Peas, 2 cans for ........25c Per dozen cans cans for...... ...25c Per dozen cans I Jams and Jellies Smith's Jams, 5 Ib. pails, all kinds' Wagstaffe's Jams, 5 Ib pails, all kinds.............80c Por f ago g..rvoil3 X C. B. Jam, 7 Ib. tins all kinds, 3 tins for C. B. Marmalade, 7 Ib.-tins Victoria Cross Jelly, 5 Ib pails for...................65c We pay freight lor 50 miles from Lethbridge, f II Robi nson Mori. oraen i Phone 1356 also read. He referred to the E.fl-' verse conditions with which he hsd been confronted Vhen taking office. .The financial standing had never been very satisfactory, and the vnion was noc in a position to warrant a very aggressive attitude. Nevertiie- itss. the strikes.that hai bi'cn held were 'mainly on the strength of ,their own resources, and