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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHBIDGE DAILY HEttALR VRI.') AX, MAKCIjt 12, 1915 1 Buy for Cash and Get Your Money's Worth PUBLIC MARKET Poultry, Fish and Game in Season. Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds Butter, Eggs and Produce Fruit, Cakes Pastries Home-Made Bread PHONE 1656 Opposite the Bijou Theatre Open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Open from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. Saturdays, 8a.m. till 10p.m. TOMORROW Tlic fo our "BUY AT COST" :ui- iioujieement (luring the pnsl. weeks 1ms been such thai, to continue this Feature IvACU SATURDAY until April Eneh week we will sell anything in the store At Cost! Everytlng marked in plain figures. You L-iin sec what yon arc saving. Get your Hard- ware necessities on- Sal-unlay. C. W. Gray Fifth Street No Phone seen, the BERESEOfiD 3IARRIES WASHIN'G TON GIRL Editor lU'rald L'ln unity there is man. would be against such a strength." This is a slogan that lias j Speaker alter sneaker told i used by tlio American Fcdcra- they tion oi Labor since its inception, QClua'lh- lived, and eventually'the it was iully justified last night at Council decided to give both active the regular meeting; or tne" and moral support to the local uu- Trades and Labor Council, when dele-lions affected.. Every delegate voted gates from no less than fourteen ions met together to their-srin-j The following resolution u-as also pathy with two affiliated local unions -niovci: "That we, the Ltthbridge whose very "bread and butter" was and Labor Council assembled at stake in the proposed prohibition in session, at which 11 IntcrnaUonal campaign that is taking place in are go on record province. jus being: emphatically opposed to ;ths For many meetings the "antiV I tactics oi the prohibition'iparfcy- oin iavc been endoavprine to educate the; this campaign m-..-iising; the1-present delegates to the need ot closer unity, 'condition of -tlie ,-wqduuaii as. .their and last evening .the result of their targument why we should have labor was put to tic test. 'jbit-ion in the urge the The Bartendcts and Brewery party in to be' ers1 locals brought in a joint resolu-.jhouest and- get, down to. the real cause tion-.asking the Council to abide by and then io use their influence to the constitution and give their indi-J-iemsdr ths condition of the-workers, Tided support in the agitation to trying to lessen the hours oMa- 'cat the prohibition, measure, .jor, ihor in order that may ha.Ye should a mo tion.carry, it would [time to educate work" the disbanding'bi these two excellent! for increased wages so'as to proviil-; locals; whose members bad livelihoods Ior their depend- been in the forciront for both-'-ants and endeavor by, good, healthy I of speech and political it; surroundings, and a.spirit of brpthcrr I would also tend to -weaken, the uniou'.'ly love at all times, (not only at-- movement in the city. ,I to '-prove to laboring] Excellent speeches were made by-, class that tiler, the (rohfbition party, j JTflahy delegates, and most oi theni-havc the real.sintcrest.qftjthc.'workers! jriealt very lengthily .on ths incon'sis-'''at heart." ;tsncy of the prppiotir'5. or -the "nrphi- j This was also carried, by a stand- ibition hiovemerii. In riearli- 'all' the in.e vGte of 'all the delegates.' (prohibition that .had bean dispensed with this business' "-.made they. dwelt; upon the "awful" the Ccuncil decided jcuect the drink had ihs liome of-j week in. future instead .6( i the workers, their wives and clnl-; rnonth .as heretofore., ;drcn, -ijul- they niver'for one moment I Thu .having petitioned jgave the slightest c'onsideraiipn lo the Alherta KOTernnienfcVIor the unscrupulous tactics oi empldycti..ifa: decided to write to .the premier ehiployees to grant saine; as the practically serfdom. "As one. speaker i amount of S1500 coming'to the .Lett "Who .ever heard .cither- bridge'. Commissioners-'. hardly I the pulpit of-a. .prohibition platT" enough for the- citizen.' llorm any speaker take. up the of the-city: The situation: was-. jof the worker and condemn th; action- acufa and asked to act __ shown that, wherever. j hibition carried, wages dropped be- caiisjHt was claimed that "employees (lid not need so much money, when tber cut-out the booze." 'rOur'soldiers are lighting i dom" land while they are ths ;prohibition party are trying to.slip (in a. biir that would practically -take A committee was also appointed rry. arrange' a demonstration fo May Day. Signed on behalf oi the'Press Coin niitteer. S. W. J. Q. Jones, The Joplin. (Mo.) Hchplsl.BoaAl ha any nian's right to control'sone on record ln'in.vor.01.union labo j himself...; It'.'was-'going .liack: to the; I In .the construction and 6 J liarfc purely ery-L.union .all pu-blic schools. 'Bobby1' BeresCoru, former lightweight amateur champion 'ooxer and a taung brotlier of Lord Decies, is to marry (Vfiss Catlierine Briiton of Vaahlngton. Tounr Beraiford it is met Jlisa Britton on 'hoerd' ship wlwn sne.and JIIss Nona McAdoo sailed [or for ihe..Ttar zone to ait as nurses. A wonderful prepuvtion thitt coaxes rather than the dirt of clothee. LUX gives a rich. ;cwwn-like lather which dsinty ruuids never fau-. It pre- Ttnts all fabrics from niattin? and shrink- ing in the wash. :'ji LUX Won't Shrink Woollens-Price lOe Send a posL-eard for free sample of LUX, FARMERS Op TH AY DISTRICT AL-J -READY 19.16 OPERATIONS Ib M by LAVV UrnlMd. TervntaC Milk March incetiug held on Saturday last at which !thp. .Hilt Iliycr Board of Traile was jre-orgahized, .and: many important is- sues discussed. .The meet-ing was .largely attended-- and .great entljysi-. asm.prevailed. Thirty initial meinliBr: jverc pledged tn bopst the district, {and 2 general was j by. the business men and He. 'farmers. The mam discug- was "what about .ISiS The iannera are well'cared, for: this year, but somctliihg niust be done-to help him carry on his work..- during the j :summer.for next ..year's iwill be-a period when' his'credit will he no hotter than it. is .now., and iwhen he will be compelled to prepare some ground for the 1918 crop.' It was decided alter a long discussion, to petition the Dominion government lo. continue its plan of. aid through'.1 the summer, aud .until the farmers crop in the! granary. I loliorfs: j president, I. Mantle j.l. -A. 'SecrctarV-trrasurer 111. b. .Thomson GcofM D. C. A. Hunt, -p 0. Smith, Win Hicr- nth, S. ,1: Harris, C. C. Stovci; 38. sociate 0. C. Stover. S. J. Ilauisvt Afloat or is tkc UroriU IT SUPERB! The Final List of Ends Tomorrow 25c SPECIALS On Sale Saturday Only No Phone Orders for these yards of Check Towcllihff, regular PILLOW CASES; ready to use, fine cotton, a pair... LAWN; 3 yards of yam wide'Lawn tor LISLE HOSE; tan o> black Ileg.35c, 40c; Saturday LILY COLLARS; 2 dozen cleflrlnff Tomorrow OCf% Your choice C3C KERCHIEFS; pure linen, neat hem, special 4 for Cvw CHILD'S HOSE; ribbed foUon; to 2 pairs for....... 25c HAIR-RIBBON; all colors, they- last 2 yards for bWW LADIES' VESTS; with quarter sleeves and no sleeves; 2 for 25c SID-E COMBS; heavy' re- gular 35c to 50c; Clearing, a pair Another Rousing Special in yard wide Pongee 200 yards of best (junJHy Pongee Silk, full yard wlclp tind. a a ill end id weight. This will Ue about Uio hist ot Ihese scr- SHks. Tor this sctts'on; rogular tind yurd. Linen Sheeting. .72; inclies wide, flue linc'ii. Bowing Week Per 1'jird............. Linen Pillow .Tubing; 44 lushes, special for iicwing Week Per Yard............. Sheeting; heavy Cotton SliceL- lngT i yards Snec- fttl for Sewing Week 1.00 White Cotton; hpnvy thread, on snlc Sewing 11 yurrto for MadapolanSs for homo sewing, a splendid cloth Cor 4 ft A 7 yards. I Pcarllne for 'blouses antl liaiby Bowing Week par yard 7 yds. of these New Wash 1 GO I Materials worth up to 20c Tlio new "Hippie Cloth" for Kiddies' PJay Drosses, Rompers, and a aplemlld clolli Tor House Dresses. Gliig- hahie tind uther .niiiterlnla worth up to 20c; SnLunlay 7 yards for Camisole Laces for making Cor- set Covers, rcg 00 nnd QC'A Sewlug Week COU Conet Embroideries, neat SUHSE edges, worth up'to 'J5c; "sewing Week 7.. Edgings; extra fine muslin with neat edges; Sewing Week per yard ?JC Baby 27 ills, wide; regular 7iic to 51.00; Allover Embroideries; a special line, very -neat- patterns; On" sale per yartl ____ White Voile Special; two sheer White Voile, 40 ins Week Special 8c Per Yard Lawn Special; a for Sewing Week, 200 yards, or 15o per yiird Kindergarten Cloth for Child- ren's Rompers ami. 'Dresses; per yard Middy Cloth, iu white only; 36 inches Nainsook; tfxtra fi'ae soft cot-, ton. On 6 yards for 95c A 1-day Sale of yard wide Dress Materials This splendid-Silk Bargain should .appeal to those who are think- a SIlfc-'Dress or We made' a special purdmse of over 500 yards of Silks that are easily worth ?1.50 tcaay. A fine assortment of all the new shades and two fino pieces of black .nil one -on .sale Saturday "only. at. this prlcb. Smallware Bargains Spool Cotton; Clark's, 200 yards spool cot- ton, black or .white, any size. With---- Dry. GooOs order, per Ric Rac-Braid iu different colors for 4 trlmmijig child's'clothes, etc., 3 for I WW Dome Faiteners on tape, special for Hewing V.V. Button Hole-Tape, ready to use But- Loa Holes. Sewing Week per yard... OC Button Moulds; S dozen of .Wooden 4 Moulds, any I UC Pearl BgttonB for dresses, underwear, up tp dozen.... wC Trimming Buttons; worth up to 3Qc; While, they last, per dozen Lily .Collar..Supports; now Ip, special for Sewlne card PC EXTRA Pins, Brass Pins, Needles, Dome Fasteners, "Hooka and Eyes." Ji-'for All jthe ..New Nemo Corsets NowM Stock i iiany new styles of these popular Neuio CorseLs ready i to show you tomorrow. Models for stout, medium and alight figuree. one. corset' .that .will -give you a full year of -wear and satisfaction. NEMO oest JIttlng-Nemo we have 'ever shown. Jietlu-cing straps concealed. .Sizes Special 54.25 -NEMO NO. Corset .for medium figures; sizes 19 to 20; elastic [bands; hieaium C9 OC NEMO. figures; elastic skirt, med- ttO OC iurq ?4.75 Thie Busy; Store KING GEORGE SIGNED importauL of ThicS only the barest details arc given in.. the ofticial communica- tions of today, was fought iu. Klanders yesterflay, as the result of a British at- tack on (TerTTmn.positions along an ex- Lehded The Preueh office' annoua'ces that about oiie'ilrid'a half miles :of .Gerinah' trenches by the Britiah, '.''.-.'-Vv- No ;extended 'reference isi "made- in the official report? from Berlin to new -German Przafir nysr, in northem' Poland, which Pctro- .grad says has .led to- a great buttle.' The report sayg, .however, that the German forces made progress north, and nprtli'west of. Przasnyaz. for attempting, In co-operation rw'lth -to stop', and from Germany has been- embodied in an'oTdcr-in-cpuncIl Vhich King George signed today ;at a meeting of the Privy ham Palace. .JIaino State S'edcratlon .of La-1 bor "petltipiiB to a 6.4-hour law, for and mirioru; to a vote of; tliG people..- -'v AETNA TO StND MEN TO Cardsto Altai, .March S.-r-Wllh the officers' ranks' of the Sduadron, !3rd Alberta Haiigers badly ilepie'teU by their for'lhc Mounted Bjflea It becomes necessary .a secure nev th6ir places n the home nilljtla. Captiin Alno- wigh's place .will rkiluer of-'Aetnil, a ftflfnlet sotne seven miles southeast' of JJardEtbn. :'Plve more njeri.frbni tlic 'will' go ith oi-e Vatlla Richard! --._. K.'Jensen for corporil; Tred Han- for..aergcfiht .'and, for Tfiey. ,wlll jeavc for Calgary where, they., will .-train' for ritnMtire 'rpoeltipM lor 1 ;'-'V thftt the encimpmtnt June, .11 IE rill be' held in June, The WuhlBiton State Minimum Wife CommlMlM idoptci) a rale a week u the minimum lor, iele- phoBc (Iris tJiroujhout the itatey essent ially the Tea ior all clasnetf of people. Its wide v Its fimlitfc -I''-. Send with 25 'Hlbbon. itimiled, Winnipeg, for the Blue Cook Book. Iho cook bouk far UM in Cinidi, Wrlti and iddrtw pUinly. v ;