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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I THK LETrnBRTbuE THURSDAY. JULY 3. 1910 TWO MORE DAYS OF THIS End-of-the-Season SALE v The Greatest Saving Chances of the Entire Season are presented here for Fri. and Saturday, when the most successful Sale in the history of this business comes to a close. EVERY DEPARTMENT OFFERS ITS MOST ENTICING 'VALUES. THROUGHOUT THE STORE THERE IS NO RESERVE. SALE CONTINUES RIGHT UP TILL THE CLOSING HOUR ON SATURDAY NIGHT. T s THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY THAT NO WOMAN IN THIS CITY CAN AFFORD TO LET WITHOUT GETTING HER SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS GOING. REGULAR PRICES REMAIN ON THE GOODS UNCHANGED. YELLOW SALE TICKETS All OVER THE STORETELL OF THE SAVINGS. v Ail Staples All Wash Goods All Corsets i All Underwear All Children's Dresses All Boys' Pants and Sweaters OFF OFF All Cloth Coats, All Newest Suits All (loth Dresses All Silk Dresses Petticoats All Kiraooas All Aprons All House Dresses All Silks All Dress Goods All Htsiery All Gloves All Sweaters All Pullovers CLARKE'S END-OF-THE-SEASON CLEAN-UP SALE I i OTTAWA, July _____ IrUl 'commission's report of its find- ings tabled in the House, in the case of'larger organizations of for example, Trherc a building conirac- 10 different classes ot all organizer! In dilferenl Irapc has been, found mut- ually satisfactory for workers to com- bine their demands and present them lojlhc employer through th'c medium building trade thus settle at once tbe conditions for ttty entire industry. ;Many trade unions keep In their employ, men trained for Ihe purpose of; negotiating different schedules. As Ih'p employer has ibe right to select representative or bring in any assistance he desire in-carrying orj1 such negotiations fhr; commission Ihlnks there is no logical reason wby wirkers should be denjcd the fight: Tbe employer Is justified Ini knowing .JbiiUtbe schedule Is prtsented to him willi the concurrence ot a fair propor- litjn of h's employees, hut it does not matter whether It Is pu! before him directly. b_v a committee of his employ- ..'cjji.'or. a direct representative of the -tfades unions to which they belong. oMhrouih.tbe comuiitleu of a federa- (loll of (rales unions, of which Ihelr par'flciilar union forms a part. .Entering Into agreements with'bar- gaining collectively wilb Irades unions does not' mean recognition of the unless Ihe agreement Numerous rases came be- fore Ibe commission where this nwili- collective bargaining was ear- ned, on'whep.both union and non Union men .were employed. view- of cotoplalnls'at several places that leglslaliuu al UiC request and.for Ihe benefit of labor Was not; adequately enforced, and In- c'rpised cost of commodities bolh local and UAer- industrial councils, Ihe minority ro-l port says: ''Considering I he" tDveral classes o[ labor .organizations :il Canada Uic unset lied condition this brings I about at present, Ihe Whftlej' plan. !a.s eslabliihed in Great UrHalo, would" not, in 'day lo (lislVlc'l allorneys in v wet lerrilorj that llie district v _littoniey's department would abide by Iho recent decision in'-thr; test case brought lu New. York and woifld noL- sccnle dealers EellliiB bevcr-_ 'ages containing not more than' v 2vi per cent of alcohol under Ihe War Time Prohibition law, effective at midnight- PLAN 10 GIVE JTALY SOME AFRICAN TERRITORY July solu- tion llie Kalian problem being dls- cusaed'hcro, it is understood contem- plates giving Italy certain colonial possessions, probably in Africa in re- turn for Lliotsupport o( the peace con- fc'rence decision -in tho Adrlallt- men I. ity was suggested. Miss EUiel Jones of Winnipeg, sec- retary of the association, reported thai-there were 45 nursing organiza-, lions represented In Ihu National body." Howard C. Kelley, president o( the Toronto Terminals Railway Company, announces the appointment, ot U.'K, as general manager of (lie com- pany, with headquarters at Toronto, Vice J. W- Leonard deceased. Tf >o-J ruclve unerptcttd in- I Ion cm ccm- fluent at yeur la M frw oWtiMnUlt reiwlitt lo TOOT ikln a wofwlcKulh' loft CMrprofon 7 Libmils at Ottawa Discuss Mat- ter in Caucus Rnisc Money By Subscription TT.-yVA, July The Liberals In- cus Wednesday considered the erection of. a monument in memory Of Sir Wilfrid Jjnricr. Tbe jiropuscd memorial will be apart from ihe slatiro to bo ereeterl on Parliament full and for which there was a vote of J25.000 In Ihe estimates this session. Tlio money will toe. raised by special sbacriptlon. Speeches In favor of Ibis course mailo this mimiliis by Hon. Sydney Flslicr- minister of agriculture "under the late Sir Wilfrid, nnd Senator of 'Montreal, who Imvo Inter- ested Uiemselyea in Ibe ma'tler as several ollur cx-mlnlsfers and" 'mem. herd. The suggc-stlrm that tie statue he. creeled by subscription was generally approved and (tic delails of a campaign which will give Canadians generally .to conlrllmlo a small am- ount will lie presorted ;u (be .Nation- al Liberal .convention to be held dur- ing the first week of August. Konian Catholics .Joined with fro- tesliints In a MB union SiradiV School picnic at SI. Thomas. Sunshine AS we sell this furnace it is Ai it ihould be done. They hive itvcnty t'pttitnce to guide ihcm, "J co" you'nothini. a guaranteed heating sys tem. When installation is planned by our enfrineerg, we Adopt their plan and you are UnurM deliver exactly what you of comfort nbly titled hotm; tni Comfort in your durjbfe betting ptint. Let us Veil you mor: thii I: you are goini lo inilsll a furniir, let McOiry'a oiffnccri ihowyou Iboul 111- LITTLE DKMT- sh.l lum! m chedT.fn .nM rliulilcl Ihtm lulorankilly. Sold b'y Dixon Sheet Metal Co, ;