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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July IS, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tempting and Delicious Tender and Appetizing bought in oiir store have tKerh f-; 'We.sell' Only 'tie. bes t :qualities as' TTJeial.aiid 'PouUry iii, ait all krc low1' piioiYph-tY) phnmfi'-oiir -V'V 4 MIR1INA Number of Demands for Arbitration--Means a big I Saving jijumiMo -HOME yy-a---.-.-...' lhe :oown Qernian tenor, who Laa.Wv. a-r Saskatoon. Bllja, a( Ksllfar, who wia president of the Canadian" UnnicIpiHtief here In ao i that; tbli com- plications In the proposed arbitration of the. dispute l-etweeu the- eastern ralhvajG and their-conductors and tbe trainmen" developed rut night, the- conference committee of ruaokc- ers submitted list of demands they Insist must "lojetn- er with dc-iunds for Feart were eipressed the. migbj- fl or "pre'venl artltratio'n dispute under the New.land ed by Congress1 and signed 1... The'demaniU or the Toads as listed itheJrVi- in pay o1 mea OD k where.tic estra bill IB now. sUtp i The roide further ataCo that all niobthly l giiaraolees lo th; that In-no :ase Ehall ha paid...The ii the rates i the new arbitration to they.-fibBl) and rules'now in HeprBsenlatiTej of'tio trajii- strike Ihelr'd leaders GenUtl .a- 5 That cuuiaeralloD be elven to arWtrallon o( eilitlof rates of pay yard briiemen and of pasfenger conductora and tfalnmea on loa; con- tinuous rirca vbare tbtre IE an op- portunity to make excessive mileage In limited Bumiber ot bcure. (i Employes or more ut- op eontinuous duly or un- der continued; shall bo paid the rates lo the different ser- vices, -perform'sd with a minimum equal to ten houra at. the lowest paid service: 7 pii paasenjer and freight trains, under eilra crew laws, sddi- mea are'required, the rate of pay for all .brakemen. on trains not J iied aid.rules ana effect, in viif tlonaj aiebifcd byl sui .s't'.i1. iaH i; i Trainmen leadcrfijasl night declar- ed each'of the rulte the, roads J Is .one'.which the unloa in. haying recognized only .ip-atTUEjrlo and Boyeo-al of them are .reEarded bj the mea as 1m- xirtaiU as Some It off Crcnr the'; traJnmca's wages aa Increase Iha.l their present naad.Ytljus. jeatlng the men no arc today. It eurjirlce, tnere-. irlera [where' the principles it emphatically .1 Telopc tbt'frc 1 a paid oy "arbitration stlpu'lation sides must agree Stipulation that from -arbitrating rtrrrt a: lie f- .l-i r. v'v r! 1. i-.: 91: rnnp'a.ui of A ('v M of t? I'. z eiopod Nnw i I.'. aa. .ili.Joa lr.at potoi-.. -f iii- fi'.f.i, I'.a'. i.'i lwca.se i: i..PI- r; paid In' any v. and if'ihe'trainraen1'dV -I..--. .IM dCTiaiids1 In-tnelr'wage dispute! i' I- i> i i' i- -'-T' ri-V.iij" i .i arbitration I is certain result. -s. ni .lif! atr bedr wgtk- nft7.tr, wetjrCcharged urns -'Easy jwymqrti, if (Ui t i 'jyjiip1 I Tii :iU fy. 5 I gUdly show a -f I- !lK'; i' '.V :v v i shttl D. no r.-.-'-'-r In a quetUoD Irom judge: Lord Decles'said. .he. gave in strucifona'Ipr the muslon iuat'.prioi: to the'time when lie wa married to an American lad; rien.trie.bill came that be '.I'.a: I rath 1 r-tt.tv "Mj l ..r i i... tha jtj-was a.-irauu aud rotlrt I the greatest I and; Musicians .can I' in.your .thisv siipefb ''iristni-.j_'.; "'.'J I GIGANTIC MIDSUMMER SALE All Our Immense Stock of Summer Goods To Be Cleared at Any Price Owing to the general dull conditions that prevailed dur- ing this season, we find an 'immense stock Summer goods left on'our hands. must clear off the early pall goods arrive.'. .We' are sacrificing the goods at .really ridiculous lenge'comparison of -betftfcen this and ariy other. attempted in Westerly Clana'da. s THESE ARE A 89c STYLISH HOUSE DRESSES OF G'H'ARHING WAISTS. IN VARJOUS OQA Rajjiilar" 11.00 ORAWEpis, NICELY.EMBROI. bEHEOji Regular. 'SUMMER" NET CORSETS 49c centi ir i'i- cn 'OF ,'FINE JAPANESE SILK fi.JM i... --CHILDREN' 'LINEN' ROMPERS T REGULAR. Tie INFANTS? 'COL'OR'EP REGULAR :7So I....'.'.. 11. 39c 98c 39c 39c 39c 79c CI.NE''FRENCH BALBRIGGAN.UNDER-. COM- 81NATIONS, Regular -UNDERWEAR REOULAR. SOc. M.CN'S1 FANCY SOX ,-RIBUUARiaOc, Pilr 59 c 19c 9c 39c BL'UE OR (LACK SCR6E IIS.OO STRONG 'BRACES REOlJLAHi.3Sc. OF MERIT r; RE.fULAR t3.50 iObfs .'i. HEGULAffsoc." r. r.-: r. SHIRTS 29c 19c Big Sacrifice in Foot for the Family refunded depart- ment .bfflclals did joday that the pro. test at Governor' CmrVanza; leader of the CpaiVtnt'loilallaU agalnlt recor nltlou ot not yet bwn'.recelred. It fs underwtood that Governor Car- K" hla'protest with l lii! if and'hta foUowen'be tr n! of juTtWn of' VictrpUs'are from to J-Ask for Jree copy of our Musical Encyclo- over 5000 Victor ftccbirJsi I .j "5 -i the' two selections. I bitach and (raud- apitut itgllgtace lurthtr ij'the builders, (Sfi .and, architect collnsive tiyfefore restindei. s% TE.LLB OF.'- VIMIL ml..i.ii'-l-ii_ on" 'VrJV" Limited I Mason Ltd., Pianos 'v. Brwelm ..PteM'Tfl.' a cllkf ini'itioij[ v authorfdti.wm be' Mk- iaMB{ In 'ail tre'fobr la Hwrom Wl llfVllll W! .flV n dalm'tia't ceut of 'mil here point cist bat oW reaion: which, coiijd juctlfr he i-raErio's ol fiarnaia's petition ii 'io affected o wtrrait a deflation pt Its own fe-" itfonB: fJcllons. i mi Hudson Bay Faitar'yMaroi jo Important July After'; the HudKrn'i Bay Cotr.pinr. 'for 33 years, latterlj-'as facipr. Fort be will lo Moose brottter ot fetw B.' Edmoofoii, macMr parliament; of aid krl" jpirt- v coain-jf "storti, ri have' iold :4i titVei'atid' 'tatttin a Biwari for. were by ra tax Wabli- Tfce brlnflii' tie-'jo'iei Atfcaiiiei; ibri W-M Imlrnmeatikl M'hbuiilif V f olle'V: flour -nil! 'tteetrte HJtil '-'dot lOaSdvi-rifiridSJlo fmd uUHtlw tW InBryteawiiVai tlda 'far nfcrW nil point M mllea fe B- million' i WV .jjn'N expreaMd III tlto -11 of aid rfM Tbencc tier .were WmiUil' to 'hl -Atowlf rlgnts' Vhtch (he. pafinl doev Hfteosnltlon.of that rljh'l by i the TJnlteil Slates "would Wken'bT llrt Husru rejlnw U a ear b'f'-t hlr" "iiW IrappeYVlftd 'iriieri' daifilwhtn ftfr Industry iriiinii bat W r- 1 Id rwnlde an ca.. 'the InMrgnti inf. i-'-i to couHiitc il, IM.ett ;