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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Elfilfi; THE LETHBR1DGR DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 1917 ROYAL YEAST CAKES Some woicea hold to tie idea that bread-mik- ing is a long and difficult operation, but this is a dislike, for with Royal Yeast Cakes, light, sweet bread can be made in a few tit liiSs trouble.. [vn itcoa- held Seed t cduslr vrillu iBd nlublc Bilk beck '.in be ouilt 0 E.W.GILLETTCO.LTd BUm MRS TO BE 10 SAHSPfA SCENE OF THE WAK'S FIERCEST FIGHTING This map shows Arleaux, caplurcd by the Canadian .debated picked forces from the Prussian Guards. Qppy and Loeuz. Around the liller two places the fighting has been of the fiercest hand to hand character. Kvcn final phase ot the Danhury hatters' case, famous throughout the country for the labor principles involved and the Important attending drawing to'.a dose alter years of legal lare. V jOn Jolj1 1C the homes of the HO workmen defendants will be sold under Ihe hammer to satisfy the judgment awarded D. E. Loawe Co., the plaintiffs. Judge E. S. Thomas, or.Lhe United Slates district court, Eigned a decree so ordering. The, sale wiH be held in Danbary, Bethel Korwalk, where the workmen have their .homes. E._Loewe Co.. were awarded B judgment'for damages. Near- ly has already been paid on account, but" this has done more than pay off the interest The defendants must sllll settle tor 1250.- OflO. Not more than will be realized by the 'sale, which will leave tife wo'rtinen homeless. V Baltic Began In 1903 "f-'JThe baltle between ihe Halters' linion and Mr. Loewe beean In 19D3. Aj; firs I'Ihe hatters conducted the fight alone. Later the American Fed- eration of Labor took the their hands. The organization has promised lo the' ballets, bnl only 'after 'Lhefr homes are sold pyer their heads. f The United Hallero of America or- in 1S96 and at once began a campaign to, unionize all sLops. In the hatters determined lo de- Ihelr efforts loward'making the IsbeKe plant, a" ,sbbjf. two-thirds of--Mr. LoeVe'a employeea were union men, but he refused'when labor leaders requested be .discharge all his nnorganiied After two years of bick- ertng aud persuasion the .onion call- organized men left, a'jlitllc 'while later Ihe non-union j for -whom Mr. Ixwwe had flpbtine, left him. boycott was lastiluted, not alone in-ttie halters, but In allied unions. Thta oohtrived to scare away many of lie. Lot we companr's but not bring the concern terms. Afdi 1303, assocla- Labor look orer the ctse. pledging "such financial support as may be necessary In the peed lug contention." It continued lo handle the casn until 19U, when judgment against the defendants was affirmed. Thereupon it disclaimed any further responsl- ttie federation took up a contribution which Is eald io hiTG >lelded S150.000. Ixew'o Co, iTDukcijUttiy announc- ed lhal it the were paid It would all claims .and give he defendants a release. The fed- eration declined to do Ihls. r The caso was in the supreme court of Connecticut, but was shifted lo the federal district court, because II involved interstate commerce: ID 1905 the jury awarded damages, which under the tripling provision of the Sherman became Appeal was then made to Ihe United States circuit court, which set .aside the Verdict on questions of doubt. In t909 the Urn ltd States supreme court sustained the district court aud ordered a neir trial. In 1912, Ihe cir- cuit court decided lor'the firm, alii ing of ?SOTOOD to be trebled under the Sherman law, and costs besides. This brought the total damages up to J252.QOO. On further appeal tho supreme court confirmed the judgment. HEMM GOING AHEADlPIDLY (From Our Own XemisVam. June II. We had some splendid rains Sunday aud Mon- day and the grain is coming sloug lu fine snape, and the wheat Is well stool-, ed out All through this, district the crops loot wonderful for the tlnie of year, tnd we saw a sample of wheat that measured Inches, Wp all formed lo aid in op hla fight In September year'hevbroaght suit againsl claiming t bat boycott .wai la restfniBt of trade nnd a viola tlda of thev Sherman anti-trust law, darazges, halters' union Immediately an agreement with.the defend whereby it promised -to pay "aI jpCJthe expenses of such defendants na.utye each all lia (he American Federallon. o (Fir.m Our Own CorreEpofideall June Cross day will be pliBenr'ed rwilb a big cclebra- Uon here on Jane 30th.. Thai-was de- cided at i meeting held in tie town tall last night. For various reasons t is impossible lo hold fill In? obser- vance, on Ihe second and raUier than disappoint the people the coinmemcw- aUon of :lhe confederation will be tield on-the'Saturday before. It is loped lo make the dsy one to be re- membered as a time of real eport. The events will commence with a patriotic program al ten..o'clock in the opera house. In the 'afternoon good line oE sports will be run'oC and ihe cele- bration wil close .with a grand ball In the evening. The Sunday schools-of the lown, wiLh" S.'F.'Klmhall and D. X Bennett at .Ineli head-will be in general 'chargV ol the .doings. Com- mittees composed of .some of the LOWD'JI most progre'slvc people will support -The first from hail this season was recorded by DeLoas Lund.'Whose grain was'beaten down during .the storm of yesterday. His farm is on Lhe ridge sbnih ot Lown. It is report- ed, that some chickens and geese at Welling from the effects of the same atofni. Scarlet fever claimed another of the family -last Sunday when Paul, the five year'old son of the well known Welling, farmer, passed away from the ravages of the disease. An older son .dted a week ago from the same sickness. Several members of the family are DOW quarantined wilh look (or another bumper crop. The farmers are very'.busy breaking, the land is in great shape. We had a new arrival here the other day, the first baby "bora" in Nemisfcam, Joseph having i lllllo girl. The -JowoEpeppie got together and presented her father with a purse of money lo be-invested In .war bonds. We named her P-'.rlclt Alberta Carter. Ed. McHugh, a rancher north, of town, opens up his new butcher shop on .Monday next, and Itvjs without a doubt cine of the best, built and ap- pointed shops in the country, being 20 i 30, wilh 12 fool plastered throughout and fitted up with all the best appliances of Ihe trade. .We wish him good luck In his new venture. It will be managed by Mr. Spafford, bulcher of wide experience. .Mrs. Craig's restaurant hasiwen op- ened up for, a few .days cow and Is giving great satisfaction to her num erous boarders and travellers. The building: docs her great credit, being 20 i 36, two with a Jarge'din- g room and ownslalrs, a well appointed kitchen c., several Eood.-bedrhoras" up airs, and these ready for oc a tew days. Messrs. Johnson and Sullivan's gar ge will "DC open for business in a few ays. This building is .48 x SO It.; and ell equipped for stprjng and repair cars. They have the agency for ie Chevrolet cars and intend .carry ng B fall repairs, they also ave the International Harvester ag acyrand have' a good'stoclt ot farm lachinery.-eic. Our first sidewalks were laid-Mtus eek in front of Scarlett's pool bal nd: Ed. McHugh's biiLcaer shop "ant re.of cement, Severa ther Jtores figure on It helps one-to good condition to Have 'If dafly ration of row The enrire nutriment of'.wheat and bailey, aiyd the mineral ialts of the grain, all combine to make a delicious food, easy to digest, and a' Wonderful up'ouildef oc "body, brain and nerves. 'There's a Reason" ment walks, which will-surely be a nefit to this town. long-expected station agent ar red tonight, EO now we shall be able o hare all our stuff shipped here, ID lead.of having .to go; to Foremost which was a matter of great Inconvcn ence to the farmer, who In some cas a had to drlre a long way. This lovi will now get teat (ra'de, which rlgnll; belongs to it. -x We expect a bank here Ir a few a75 and Ihen we-sball "have nearly very-thing a town could deal or cr to cater to all Ihe'wants of thRd who wlahetl to relu sfirtnld be alldwerl (OR releaalnr Ihe loterninent IU obUgAtloni In New Sport Silks Worth u, to SI JO. Sports, tussahs aud wash aUks lu a atilciullit or colors. In rluJIns Iho new large spots on fan grounds, also iialstuy strips anil various other makes. AU yard wldo. Great Neckwear Sale, 45c Special Lot up to most unusual to the least. lor ncckwear'or this kind Is seldom reduced, but we want to cttcct a quick clearance anil hove made the price low enough lo'mnVe sure o( the rcsull. A pt new eitects at less than halt price. '45c. Bloomers JQc YOUR CHANCE ______________________TO SAVE Ready for Two Big Days-Friday Saturday Wilh a Host of Values Unsurpassed Wasti Dresses Splendid quality black Sizes 2 to 14 years. Special Friday-Saturday-.Sale. New Voile Waists i' JjU.-lS Worth up to White and wlilto with black stripe, low neck; largo' collars. Sizes up lo H. GlltLS' NKW WASH j DRESSES loveljr new .-ilock'in fancy: checked and plaid 'gingham: All Euaranteed wash colors. 2 to'8. to J1.50 Slits 6 to 14. Ji.25 to Splendid variety u! very latest styles in the nen' coat effect, wilh colored Silk Hose The same slandartl hose we have always sold at this price..A biB-mose o[ doiors.-'Ali sizes. We're Selling Suits and Coats -AT VERY LOW PRICES The object nOK Is quick clearance enJ bclunl worth nnd original costs aro ot little consequence, so long as we clean, up (ho stocks. Prices flfe.marked with cud In and afford big Eavlng hi many, instances. .Suit Sale All Suits up lo J4100 All SijlU up to J30.00 Siilc BfankEt Coall up to {17.50 Coat .Sale------------ Jjilo.OO All Coats up to 522.50 Coiit All Colts up to S30.00 CLARKE Co. 612, 3rd. Avenue, S. Wflrth up to A splendid selection of vollea and wash Roods, Including about an cvcu score of various styles hi while, plain colors and floral designs. A reuitirtablo ,valuo for ifrlday nnd Saturday Two D4y Hosiery Sale, 45c Values up to" 45c, j splendid grade v Uon hose. White, Llack and souio Silk lisle sox In while inij various colors up tu sizes and child- ren's fine Bilk lisle ribbed hoso in sky, pink anil blacfc up (a size G lucres. A collection of hosiery llml would bo good buying Jn normal times at such a price. 25c. Twillwl >Sheets, pair Made ol excellent quality dolb. Heavy .twill' and no dressing, Hemstitched At one end. Spec- Jal Friday-Saturday barfalns. Heavy Table'Dumask IIIe_ End Read, II costs 2d a plate. Lady Asqulth Is holding thc owl while belween'li'em is-Mrs.; Pase wire qt the Unit Saskatoon, June Henry Jj. Dray ton, chairman, arri S. J. McLean, member of ihe board oi railway com- missioners, met here Ihls afternoon to onslder the objections of Saskatoon hlpittrs lo'lhe prowrsed frclghV flratlon the proposed.intfreaseg In Ihe S.per cenL In- crease In all-freight and passenger rales. chief engineer, of Ihe comniiEalon, was aha present as were M. H. McLeod, A. B. Warren, George Stevens, "W. B. A. E. Tlos- Vear, and scteral other Konilncnt rall- vny odlgldla, r. 'Nearly -prominent Saskaloon business men attended'the hearing, as did; J. E. Walsh and George B. Car- of the Canadian-Manufacturers' assntfallon, John oPTecs anil Perssci, a'nd oilier prominent manufac- turers. r Toward Iho close of thc Com' mlsgloner, C. Jt Yorath presented an appeal, to the board to consider the matter of a Jolnl railway terminal (or Sasknloon. RECRUITS FOR ARMY Washington; -War re- cruiting for the great army rcaehed a lotal .of 1551 men were enllaled throughout the country.- Plumbing, Gasj Steam and Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM. HOMES Khapman Plumbing Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S, -'PHONE 1892 Department Store 'For Sale In thriving mliifng town In B, C, dituatcd oh a lake dtoek It clean anrf lalejUe, 30% of t'JrplJi Mdok'of shoes and woolcni bought.before'high prlce-t. ,0wntrl K forced lo quit on Herald. io men who rnlisl to cerveaiCookjin the CanadianNavalFatroI THE PAY IS PER DAY plus Fiee luutfing, free hit, nnd 520-00 additional, each month, cEpva- uon allowance lo dtpendenls- "An Array on ils belly" and a Ships crew also must be fed. Itta profitable and palriottcservice. tlab far Slcwkrdi end Boys APPLV: Nearest Naval Recruiting Office, r, or to the of Ihi Naval Service, Ottawa, triiift ydiui'self to slipjperji; f or'yacht. And, you'have to have Fleet -Foot SKoesfet tennis, baseball, golf .and Fleet Fool Pumps or low Me djc proper accompaniment o( Summer 'AM Fleet Foot Summer Shoes cost so much less than leather, that if it economy lo war them.' Look trim and tave money, by tutoring Flett Foot thit ;