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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JUNE 5, Ml I THE Saturday and Monday Bargains Tliat Should Crowd the Busy Stor .iSTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914 NUMBER 149 No Phone Orders for These Sale Codas-All Safes fbr'Cash Only All Silk Hose, worth up to; a pair. On Sale at iorstad Collided With the Empress of Ireland White Sheets 90cea. Bast1 English two yards regular eacli. Quantity limited. Ebony Brushes 65c. Extra quaSity Ebony Hair Brush strong bfcaelieil bristles, regu- lar and values. Table Linen 47c yd. All Linen Table Cloth, bleached, neat design, 72 inches wide, regular 8o.0vyard. White Cotton 8c yd. Yard wide White Cambric, thread, very strong, on sale' for two days only. Linen Towels ZOcpr. -Piire Linen.Ilnck Towels, 15x36, an 'extra apecial "for Saturday aufl 'Monday, regular 35c a pair, Lisle Hose, 25c pr. Chfid's silk Ldsle Hose, ribbed; colors white, shy, pink; all sizes lip to worth 36c. Silkette Gloves, 25c Ladies' Mile, Silkette or Cham- oieette Gloves, 2 dome wrist, re- gular, 35c, colors white qr black. and 'Smart Set' Strap Slippers and 'Button patent or vici kid. Sizes to 5 only.' Lace Curtains A Curtain or Ltneu, yards long; regular a 'pair; only 12 pairs at this price. Sateen U'skirts 95c .The Balance of our and Black Sateen. Underskirts. All new. this season; less Uian wholesale A Travellers' Collectioii Ladies' Silk tair or .wtlte; some have lisle garter tops, others' .light or medium weight; sizes 9, Two to a. customer. 20 Dozen Children's Finest Rib! bed Hose, worth tip to 35 cenl "Priucess Ilib" fine black Cotton Hose, sold ever 35c. This lot is what the manufacturer calls "se worth tip to I, on CQUTTS FIELD CAUSE OF RUSH ERSEY SAILS Here ils a rush price on twenty pieces of Silt, pink, sky, white, brown and WitUffrsMS to'22 indues only in this lot.-. line d Mer Straw Hats for the Kiddies very low prices from 35c to for Quebec, to act n .of the inquiry jck of the Empress Why pay more for your child's Straw Hat something extra smart at i-Rylands for little new shanes, for boys and girls a display riea: The new Dolly Varden Hate are exceptional! Sample Lisle and Cotton and Drawers on sale at Gauie Lisle and Swiss Kibbed Cotton J Inn! the.regular iray up., to" These are samf c u 'lAlLdi eoile.d through handling. Private Wife __ Ev A Sale of Youths' 'long FS Strike Soon Feverish Hastf to Get Drills to Work-'-Segui Heavily Interested Suits, regular values w7 te A.Suit for. that, growing boy at a big saving Brand new stock, materials are Tweed broVrtt.lihadeB. Sizes 32 to 35. Save FEET Union Wpti C UIMCU JUC11' a OPTION ON ROSeOE FARM TAKEN 1 can bark on it that the south Jield is due to come in to its own. Faber and-Mackenzie will put down ten wells in the I undbrcck'field, and the Segui interests are about ready- to drill east of Coutts. Faber-Mac- Lfnzie also sink two wells imme- dialeh on the Other side of the line, almost directive south of 1-12." This is the information handed to 1hc Herald this morning by William Uieeh according to his rat- ihg since the struck Calgary is a millionaire oil magnate.- capi- talist and newspaper man-" "Bill" the man who Sprung the big scoop on the .and is asso- ciated with the "Alberta managing He has .Ijopsted since first- was _' the one-man car neces- sitates a reorganization of tho street railway department, you are hereby, notified that your services will ha no requirM after 'June I8tha 1914. '.An application form for ment is enclosed Pjr signing and landing same in at the office of -the 'omraissioner of Public Utilities, ati not later than June 12th, 1914, yomj application will receive tion." The notices are signed by threat commissioners. The action was taken yesterday afternoon after a lengthy, liseusaion as to. the best manner in which to- handle the change! It !s understood tfyat -the streetcar men wanted the senior employees held as'motormen on the one-roan cars. The following is the wage schedule, etc., for those 'applying for position as motormeh on the one-man cars Each .man engaged on June 18th, vill be given an increase of 2 cents per hour over and above his rate ou that date provided he was an em- ployee ,of the city prior to that date. 'Commencing; with Jan. 1st, 1915, each maa who had been on Jiiap isih 1914 and- who -on .that date was receiving 30 cents per hour or under will be piid 34 cents per hour Time and a half days and all holidays. Uniforms and overcoats-to ber on tlie. same basis as at present; Sen- iority'of men engaged on'June 18th, will be according to their pre- vious length of service with the city, .-...v .Nine-hours to constitute a working day, that should conditions necessitate a reduction of the hours, pay will he for time worked. Wage schedule for men who have not been previously employed on the Street Railway Per- Hr- First year 28 First sis months of second year ,3U Second six months o! second year and thereafter .34 Westinghouse Strikers Call Out Many More Minister of Justice; Mr. Newcombe, deputy Minister of Justice, and Hon. Arthur Meighen, Solii On the other hand, the company, in. sup- port of its contention, had produced its opinions, from Sir Allan Ayles- worth and F. H. K.C., Otta- .n Sn Robert Fimllay, and 'A. F. j .pence, another prominent 'English i Replying to a question by Sir Wil- lid Mr.-Borden stated that .lie mountain section; of tho vould be completed by next autumn, Hon. 'G. P. Graham expressed the that the government had rights y set U') the contention that the G. T. at tho present, time, has no legal aim for this- assistance. :The goy 11 Men t, however, was pvobahly .right its action, because the :road must i completed, a ml'because'the Idea or" gihally in the mind of the Two parties the agreement had not been car- ed out. The bill was reported from cohnuit- Mr. Borden-stated it was estimated hat the Prince. Rupert terminals vould cost DESCENDANT OF STUART KINGS DEAD London.' Juno filtlr Earl'of Castlo male 'representative if tlie Royal Stuarts Scotland, died oday. iiged Pittsburg, Pa., Tune 6 Largo crowds of- strikers, surrounded tho entrances to the Westinghouse Elec- tric Manufacturing company's plant in when the whistles hjew for the men to report for work tflis morning and as each workman entered the gates he was called upon by friends in" the crowd to join, them. There were some additions to the ranks of strikers, and other men'see- ing the crowds, returned to their homes. Twenty special policemen were on duty'hut there was no dis- order. Long lines of pickets, men and wo men, stretched from the.factor.} gates through the streets over which woik men were compelled to pass to reach the shops Siloons open, but we t, not bcng patronm-d, auto- loaders having urged their forces to keep iwaj irom them In the crowds were, representatives .of the sheriff, hul it is sud were there simply to ohscne lhe actions ol the i and their methods of picketing. WISCONSIN FLOOD SUBSIDED Black River Falls. June The witer in the Black .River has fallen three since last night, and unless there is' a further downpour of rain, no serious flood conditions are expected In this Numerous small towns above here report thfl lYRBhiag out of a number of. bridges and several residences and barns close to the river have boon g There has been no loss of ported ;