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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK 1J/II1BIM��E DAILY HEKALD 1^ E. J. HILL & CO. ALBERTA'S GREATEST STORE E. J. HILL & CO. Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Spring Goods on Sale Saturday In purchasing the new apparel for Spring, the splendid selection and unusual values our vast assortments offer, establish our position as headquarters for every requirement in Ladies', Children's and Men's Wearables Silk Petticoats $5.00 Reduced Prices: All the New Princess Suits Marked Low Trill mmn anil!!-(Ifi ih>-iii all ihii bpftiie Kasipr that's ilio iii-clfi- of thinss. N'Httv SiniiijL Suits shown tor 'he I'ifsl liui". I'lHiii laii.ired stylfs. mtilf of iiiipoi-tt-nl twi-nl mixtiiffs. ible stripps. light spiinp khips uf .crpys. tans. t>tr. AIsd k sp)*-!!-(iiil shottint SI ITS ____^'*raiiaiii:i :iii�l \�il(> The best madt" pelliconls on lito t\iiiikfM, Ths fatuous Ka-tiro make, niih adj\israbli' waist liaiid. potkoi In skirts, good heavv Kreiifh taffetn silk h JTrnt. Only L2 at this priie. New Net Waists $2.75 Made from a Hue quality uet. in f'iifi.� �hade, l(���illit'iillj' eiiibroiileied. lias silk under slip, sizes 'M. "t>. 3S only-regular J4 iiti (inality. Heatherbloom Skirts $2.50 Kiisll�'s like silk and �eavs like leather: (.�olors grey, green tiavy. lirowii and hiaik. Gnaranli'ed the best skirt value Itt t'n.nada dose firtin? hip and French ruffle bottom. Emb. Mull Waists $1.25 I" do^en only liroidery front, siiipment. .Anieiiran mud'' njil) waists, .sood value at �n. All sizes H Hover eiii-In this new Men^s Suits: Another Rousing Saturday 'Special' at $16 Kiiie new spriuK stiilR. made of Kngll�li worsted of Rood nnaliiy in a dozen dlfforeni alludes and pjillerns. lishl grey and dark Sfe.i . brown, olives In utripes and neat ebeeked patterns. They are dealKaed. cni and tailored in tbia spring's he.�ii atylea; a tliree-huttoned sliinle-i hreaated sank coat wlin shapely lapels and elose fitting collara. .\11 llninBs and Irluiminss of durable qnulUy.. Size* nt but tons, bntioned tlirniigh be.Ht qiialitv liuing. sizes Sfi to 42. ^4 ^ 7C OtJier pritp.4 ftre $l.i. $18, $20. $2.-i. . 9 I � V I I. New Floor Rugs of Exceptional Beauty Words fall to de.crib. ibis last jJbipineni of Fljor Riifs.-Tb� deslsners and weavers seemed to have .xrelled themselves in prodiicinK such liarnionlons colnr combin.tlons. There s variety enotiRh here to please the most eK.ctinK. We feel snr" that this loi completes rlie finest riip (-ollect;!)!! in the city. ' NEW WILTONS-NEW AXMINSTERS NEW VELVETS-NEW TAPESTRIES. All the New Draperies and Curtains are Here Direct front the best makers in (llaSRow, Scotlanil. comes the finest lot of .Madia* tli-speries h-.c h.ive ever bad. .lust uke tlie trouble lo I'xik illein mer. We kni I i.iiis litiiUe au.i\ ftoiii the \^eNtci"ii i oal opeialois ami signed up 11.� 1.1, i|,c tiiiiici- Tliei agreed to ilip rlosptj simp iii > ipo-i 1 hc: The n liters ^'et.eil up later uiili 1 iie olher coiriliaiMe- aimi the clo-eil -hi.p aurecmeni imi luclnilert m the .lalier aereemfui Hu\ since 'nen the Crow's Sesi Pass (otnpaiiv .'as imiied once ni�re ivitli ihe WpMerii Coal' oper�lor� and ii; non woilCinc �ili) tiieni 111 llieiM' uegotiaJ imic ."^o il is seen tUal the opeialots are asUiiii: tor the tipen .shop realh ' asli ihe miners m Ihsi system in tt:llie^. hut also tiieni lo rpliii-(jUish a pri\ile.cp which ihp> alreadN I'.a'.e 111 Ihe other iiiine-. 111 which at halt of tlipir men arc enipiovcd upon litis (|iiestion that oiih to continue jot the I titled Mine Workers of .'\m-a porlioii ol the the ILLLU ia irawa ia CarWa, tda worldbast tra |jrdaa. Salada" tale* are �v? 22,m,%t� Moka^aa ymrly, Ika lar|ast ia Aaicrioa. N(v�r Said fa Bulk. ieast 11 t.itliciiitiiiiil lee. liet lo I lepi.ri iliai we have heen itii.ilile to '.itilip at a:i\ sal m \ sel I Ictiipn t ' ol the tii.iiler veieived lo \V 11 Mi--.^eill. l.eHi-: '-:t,.|.jjpi . i ,-;;iilibs. I ami \ .1 I a: tp'- " [ �( .'ipii the n;^ malic a lion to the opeialor'^. wliitli is Ki^-! pp lipiiiw The ..ppiators witpd il ilowij The propioal teail as fullows ��'I'lial He adopt ill', preaiiilile as il eMsis a! pres'iii lipi.^ein the Wesl-aiiil Pin C|,al dpeialors' \ .xsocia I loll and ihr liisirici \K, 1 M \S 01 \ , \i ith liip ilali......\piiaiioti Maicii 'tl. !!*ll. ami liie i..!!ouiiit clii'ii.nn atiil dis-rniiiit.a t loll clauses � The Miners' Proposal Tlie . iiiiipaiiti s �il! mvc 1.1 1 lie I iiiiPil Mine W..iker-- ..f \ tner ica I ill! lecogiiil loll ami ciicpde the chccli-ort ~\ St.-Ill Ilia' is 1" si,\ . upon liic ill-.iMliliial rei|i:es| in writing; of anv ol Ihe 1 t iliipali\' s I'tlt )ilo\ces llic colli-paiiics ^hali (Ip'l'ici such iiiot.ies iroiii I lie uaups each 'iionlli lot rfup.s. as- HUSJinfll' s. |'i,,.k i4i|,l .l.r.UHoR tff.-, ks Is iiei(iKl)al�fl Pllhci In a .sppe.npil suti, i.r .11. a basis In I hi-loe|il III tlip iiiiiic otticp of e..cli ctmi-pani. Iiaiitii; the clipck-oll miier ai 'adirri. whiiii viisli he piespiileil 'o eai-ii ppisi.ii empiined m an.mi hp pnjpl'neit thai Diev iiiai ha'e ,,i, op-porluniu of .mniiit the sau.e . such .�iider.s sita'i tie coiiUnnci ami iiot teVoiialile d .1 111; the li:e of this a(i,ree iiipiil . itie coiiipanies will fiiinisli lo cal spciplanes willi a si a I pti.'.'ti 1, sliowln(r iledm'lolls iiaile and from nhoiii. ami shall allow tiie local I secr�;lar\ to e.xatiiiiie ttie lonipdin's rPKi.sler ol empl.upps .,ncc each wed. '.'I'lip uiiliiii H-irees thai 1 luMc shall 1 he no siriiie on accu.tni ..1 iii.n-uiiion .. . empUive-es. and llic coinpanies aiciee � 'not iii iliscrimtiialp apatnst meiuhprs i erica The Operators' Proposal I I'his was foiinwcd by ii proposal di\ the operators whifh is sivcn bellow ' The chech-oi1 clause as 111 the pres-piil atteercetii between Dislrict l.' itndersiood and asre�d be i-''-"eii the parlies "hat tltei-e is 'o b no aiscr'uiiiKUion on the pan 'it th-coirpaiiie.� ag-aiiisi iini'in ti.'eii. or or the pan of ihc men asaiiu- . Jioii-.iiimi) men eiU'pioyed. ;iii(l ilia thiw Idler be iiublisli'-d in the>">i (iazef le," This sllgs^st ion as will Iih s.>eu als. ptuviiip..; lhat the un.on men al-.aiidon tlie union slioi. where it alread\ e-. iKis. ami the miners olilecied to iliai and iliu.- \(itfd il down. Arbitration Prooosal Then liie oiieraiors .-atne alon^ wiUi a third proposi 1 ioc In.iihiiiE arnitrs lion, wtilcli IS as foll'i.>s: '1 lhat w^ proep.ed with 'be dis ciinBioiJ of the akreenieiit.s and with such I Ik itipt. \:\\\\ any aluendiiipiii or rales we ma> agree upon 10 lie emnodieri in and nei'onie iiarl of th. new aiireeijielii. '2 Such cISiistB 01 rates as we uia.v toil i,p abV to a�r�e on to 'je set ' one fiile. and on the c-.jiupletion of oiti lleso'lalion^ lo be suhniltle.l 10 a lioaril or a rlilt rat i'jn for fitml ad.iitsi lliellt �;: 'the findiiiE Of K.n-li board 1. '..� iunuiii); and final, and lo he a � cepi ud by hot h ' a n ies. "I .Shi.I lioard I'l cupsisl of 1 w. meiiihei..- appohiii'd hy the Wesiprii t oal llperat. rs Asgociat 1 in and iwi meiii'ier.s lo he a i; [i.iillled by Kislrlci H of I iiiieil Mire WorlterK of Aiiier lea. and presided oser b.t- the Chiei .liisiicp of the province of Alberta 01 any liisilie of ihe Sniirunie Conn 01 .�\ti.eria appointed by hiin. ".vieHntlnie should an awanl not bi I arrived at by the board of arbitration 'by the :;ist ins'., ihe miners will con 'tintie 10 work and Ihe operators li joperate their tnines under the pres eni agreomoDls. and any award tibal appl> as from the rirst of April I'111." 1 I'ne ntiucrs oui.>cred to ihi.s on rhc .ground iliat as Hie daii.^e under dis icussiou \\as the vcr> first one of all !aiid section iw.i in the operators' pro jpo.sal provides for an arbitration upon an.. ilis))iueil cliiii'e.j, rhul the oner aiors niiylil sa> that they objected lo the first ami every .siic.-eediliK clause. Tlie niliiei.s hold lhat If the;, '.�lie fioilig 'o /K'tjiiiate lei then; iie 'Kotial... and it iliey are jcoius to at'd � rute, lhat is another (iiie.slion. riieii 1I1.j miners seni in a secoiic iiro>o.siti ui. It is a.s follows: , �TiKit the pr.-.auihle. witli date o', p\pirn.kiii. Marr-li -'.l. lu]:',, cited; ofl laud liiscriiiiitic 1 i'ii 1 .aiii�s ai5 at prcs lent e\isliti'.i betweHU rhe W'eslerr. i oai i ippi'Hiors' Associarion ami DIh till i IN. 1. \l. \N'. of A., with ilu= , i'oiloiv ill;.; di'iis.v "iiie loniliiinns spi-? ,citied and r-oniaiiie.l m the jreEiu'i.ilc 'ii"cl. 11,' .iif! di.- rliiiinaiioii i-lausoi in e-.isi. iicc. ami goveruins oerweeii liisii ici l.s. I'. W. W. ul' A. a-|d lU- 'iioruiU8. APOSTOLIC OELEoATE AHRIVeS (Mlawa. .Mi-rch J-l.-Mpr. Slaeni apostolic de.legatf to Canada I'l Site ceed -Mgr. ;�harpi i. arri\ed in Ollaw.", today from .New "I'orlt. lie was me ai tile siatioii 11% lliii. ('has Murpliy and Senator Cloraii. ThiB evening bf will '.le formally welcniiiod at the Bas ilii-a and tomorrow he will hold a pub tic rer-e ition. THE OLD WAY AND THE NEW Later Three persons (lerished r, the wreck In Newfoundland mal steamer whidi slnicli rodts ofl Acaiterl. -i'he v t-ssei Is a prrihabl* ' I Ota I los� ' TRANSPORTATION AND THE COSt Thai the nrice ot transportatloii ahould continue downward while the eo�t of production Increases from year to year I* the most remarltablu fact In eonnactlon with i!ie operation of rall-'waya on the American Continent. To llluairata Ihe Improvements iliat ara balng niada anA tha cost �f aiicb Irnprovamenla. a Grand Trunk loco-mot Iv� ef tivanty raara afo la shown hart, anfl wlih It a mo��m iocomutlva ^tairned to liait(3Ia tha 'Tntarnatlonal T.Imited.* Tha former work had a pressure of 125 Iba. to tha Inch, the latter tip^lo :00 Iba, Tha IlttIa old dslif-svheeled anslba welshed In raund iinrnbefs SO.OOO lbs. The ar.slier cost to bullfl from seven to nlna Ihoiisand dollarn; Thila to-day It cojin from el,-;hteeii (o twenty thauaa'xl dol-Urs to produce a locomotive like the I'Ofi ..ibown