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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOURTEEN THE LETIUimnCiE DAILY 11FIUI.O. 1010 (Continued (ram Front PLAN BASIS DF SETiLEWENT to reach a basis settlement rf the strike of bituminous coal min- ers were made (oday al a confetears here between federal A-jmEals- (ritor GarReld and J. D. Morrow, president of iho National Coal As- social Ion, an organization ot ihe lead- ing coal operators of the country.! What proposal the adciiaiflraior had lo mate was not dieclwed In ad- ranee of the conference. NO'MOVEMENT BACK OF MINES CHICAGO. Nov. moveu Dl men back to irv mines developed In Ihe arlr Monday reporis from i.'ir country's bituminous mine fields. A sruall number of lignite miners ir. the Burlington, X.D., returned to work- after beicp oil strike one day. explaining that they Iiad not receiv- ed union orders 10 cor.isnue at work. This Tvas the only pl2cef where re- ports were receiveJ of strikers rcporl- lor work .Mo-riny. No attempts wrrfc made br owiicrs to operate ibe unionized mines. In West Virginia. 300 non-union mines ivere operating, according 10 Eiv.ifs from the of'icors of the Virgin i.i Early re- pcirls receivej ir.o offices of Pricce Waving-to People'of Brandon. Man ires are t-loseJ. There were no of lawless- i ness from any of iLe mining I'.elds and j iho tirst arrest reported In connection wiili the stride camo from Wtilsou- Colo., where United Slaws tm- 'migration Iiisufclorg look iuio custody I a Bulgarian rhargud with [to burn several Ijosies of miners vbo had returned lu work. OPERATORS HAVE JNO NEWOFFER ST. I.OU13. Nov. plans, olUer ihim loose nilin-'rs refused 10 consider, have been formulated by lUe operators to end ihe' blTumlnous .'coal miners' strike. Thomas nrewatcr. chairman ol the coal operators' aniioimceu le-iiT. Mr llrovs'.er ndded that su ls.r nu further plans were contemplated, Uc ailmii- r ted negotiations between minors and operators appeared to be derulliH-keJ. .4 LITTLE OF EVERYTHING N ANDVAUE Every palion of this store has the absolute assurance of good reliable merchandise, correct styles, complete stocks and reasonable prices, because only Ihe highest quality merchandise is purchased, which is marked at moderate prices so that a complete turnover of stock is made in a short time, thus giv- jn? you ihe aiJvance styles as they come from the best manufacturers. DRESSE A NEW LOT HAVE JUST ARRIVED These Dresses sflcr.r many new norcl stile They arg you will liks ihe. instant you see them. Enlions are :i great deal trimming, whila oiiiers ar? embroidered bilk. jn. and colored braids. Many other clever coreltles (Iressss a touch Uisl is usually r.ssociated yith dresses that gcll for a. Jeal inare. Underwear ihe Ladies We hare light and heavy weights for all We have separate garments or combinations, with V neck, long or sborL sleeves, sleepnlp-sa end opera styles for evening wear, in (act, a hugs assortment of tbe wanted goods 'at popular prices. For the Children Here you will find a pleasing assort- inert of Watson's fines garments. Ju line or natural Tliej- come in combinations, which are ao popular for children now, or the separate Barmenls. A good seleclion for Infants' wear. Bur your Underwear now; la'cr Blocks be broken aod rizea and qualities hard lo procure. Wool Jersey We have just placed in stock B delayed shipment of fine Wool. Jersey Clotty so popular now for dresses and separate skirls. In the following shades: Sand, Reindeer, Taupe and Peacock This fabric does not crease eas- ily and is adapted for fill ?jic! win- ter wear more particularly. There Is no woman's fact, however, plain. 'Uowvvor strained" wiit erief or seamed, with age Which docs not snow ai limes an -.inpj] grace, Aii Lnwa.ru liyhi which lirtehiecs Life's whole The woman of 35 -who inked to crinolines Is us blundering KS the woman who rouges lu iho twilight, on iLe youus girl, however, noth- ing is more quaint nni chariulug Uian those CAlyzliko skirts nud ught- fUtitiK bodice of a by-gone day. The first objects that women worn for personal adornment, it Is now def- initely believed, ivorc norioralcJ shells and brilliant seeds strung together as a neckpiece. The man who does ths most Uarm In ihe worlii Is the grouch. We alurm the most positive manner, know- j Ins iis inilh from eitenslve observa- lion and" bitter experience. I grouch turns the most innocent of Into a blue tangle of trag- bo dams up the generous 1m- ?C3, fills people about him with cious troubled 1 houghlj and la j the of i Ihe moiive power for all j Ware is to be loading woman for Leu Telk'Qsen this season. 1 Crushed turbans of ?oft fabrics or i leather and won; well down over one 1 .iro especially popular n-ith New York VOICGU, Have you over iried making your criiFi T7ii.li milk of writer? It raakc-s iiies much nioro and-. __ I i hey get tough. j S j J: is the law lo adJ any color- H's a al-'lng unless a lax is I'slil tile ;ray: tell hy a woman's face whal a jniaDUiatturer, The calaring uuiter U i-iarried her for, nov: can you? supplier] separately that the c 3 [may add it lo give the butter color tn Lhis product, as it IB used for the Uule. 0 dear, I do -wisli father would buy me VIU 107 as ivell 25 for cookiag. ns iletidcilly. arc In again. 'jr cornniiL anieWc to every on? no'.v the Ttr'rdlcl of the careful sludentii- Some arr bom cooks, others achieve i-r-oks. but none have rooks thrust up-i Iheai-Jn 'heac mBiJIeis days. There are 102.SDO.OOO acres of un- e f cultivated swamp anil wct_Iands in Iirevenl draw sir ings-from u-. S. lhat can be madft fertile of garments sew lo.oacb end D> nraimns. i of tlin taiie a brass embroiaerr ring larger than the opening in the casing. i The ring should be buttonholed orer with thread the color of the tape. Many of the new dresses have high i muffling collars, while some aro of the ;Dlrectolre type; others are of the 'i straight, round, wrinkled style. 1 A small hoy old enough to asf; questions will easily tafce thu conceit i out of the man who thinks he knows it BIG SALE OF COATS THIS WEEK Fall Coats for Girls and Juniors Coats that arc along girlish lines for girls from 7 up to 16. These have belts, convertible collars, loose rock ets. In fact, are made well antl have at- tractive'alyle. off ALL REGULAR PRICES THIS WEEK Fall and winter coat for the srrfaJlor s In smart sly.lca, made from Pom-pom clolh, vclour and fine tw-tcds, In fancy ttiTre.. These arc alt lined throughout anti rre warm ami have pleaatng aiipcaranco- Government agents found a hoard of pounds of bacon in llrook- IJTI, anil arrested one man, Is ac- cused of ovmtng It. There is to he a big shake-up In the Chicago police force in an effort lo clieck the epldem'.c of murder and other crimes there. Former Cant. Webster, giving ex- hibition aerial flights nl Kasl Liver- pool, O., eloped In his airplane with a young lady of that place. Mrs. Jean II. Norton, a prominenl chlcngo Tribune is planning 'o attorney, has the dislinctlon of J JTr .___ Ji-Ji nooh. git ing a. rei lew 01 being the Xew York. it! :Jiui uuurv a. juiicsv Ul first woman oj libel Mayor Hylan haying lust (riea M clcmcns lier lo the womans court. _ A wise man lias said that the rcasor. girl5 fllrleil with .is because Ihcj haye n. S. V. P. eyei and mayoo he Help Ovar the Your Victory Bonds To-day CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN YLAND AND COMPANY THE THINGS FIRST There arc so many grades of butler tutUr substitutes on Ihe market that it is difficult lo hnow what Is real- ly good hntler or butter substitute ami what Is not. There used to he a dis- tinct difference between creamery and i dairy bulter, but today this distinction la not so clearly marked. Creanicrr hutlor is made of sweet cream known commerchJly as "unrln- ened" cream and la made into tjuller before it Is twenty-four hours old. Many persona prefer no salt shall be added to 1L It. therefore doea not keep lonp. which la a factor In Us In- creased cbsL It la very delicate In IU naror, taaUng nlmost like pure cream. Creamery liuttcr la graded In- tn excellent, fancy and medium, ac- cording to the quality of the cream used and Ihe sanllary. conditions un- der which 1L la marie. hutter Is inaue of ripp.ncd which fs cream that haa hccn sUntllng for twenty-four hours Is r.Kghflf soured or rancid, This cream jflves 3- larger return of butler for the amount used and makca a hiillcr cq uallx as gouil aj lhal made ot unrlpcn< cd cream. It la a matter of Individual preference which la used. That made I of ripened cream l-j always sallcrl. Margarines are not Imitations. They arg simply made of different, pure wholesome ingrcclfcnU anil should Lo Judged on IhRlr own Unrlcr this hfiarllne till hciMtnown rl-'isstfirMlona are olcfjmhTgarinc and biitt-orlrie. An antmftl per- n TOgrjlablc fat-like cotton- Fccrl ol) may be irihed'with a small quantity of anlmnl fat afl fount! In CTRAm atid milk, the quantity of ihu latter nscil holns rlcpemlint upon the desired. This m Li lure fs rhurn- roolctl, workftfl, sallctl nnrl packed the same aa Initial use of anll-yellovr fercr serum, discovered by _ a Japanese specialist has proved successful, the IT. S. navy department reports. A N'cw York Sun cable says Vlcki Ltd., are roalr.ng the largest ever built lor the llrilish Admiralty, the Jl-SO, to be finished before Christ- mas. It will be 535 feet long, 70 feet wide, and hare lifting power of 000 pounds. Crew' ivlll number 15 or LETTERS FROM WOMEN This Is one ol the loiters subnilUed in the fferald's "The Advertise- ir.ciil Tbnt Interested Me iho Most" competition. The judges coDsidcrctJ The only: Ihcy not requested n. c-sprcss Ihf.ir viiMva nu nilTeTtiseiuentg hut simplj- to decide vhlcli lady wrulo the best letter. breathes of service through prcpar edners. .MRS. AXXIB L. WIGHT. Canlsion, Alta. stationery (as we ara Cardston, AlLa., Aug. 1D19. To itiy mind the most Inlercsune advertisers you havs in. your city aro the Good Co., Ltd., grocers. These arc a the reasons for io thinking: 1. They always advertise. 2. They changs their ads often so they do hut get monotonous iu ji_ml 3. They giro you ihcOr prices, you call place your order aL home and thus aarc all this public U. C. of L. public fiuarnlltng EO olleu heard In the Elore. -I. They look nhead p.nd nrc uivto-. date with future markets, nud through I (lieir advertising let their palrons j know what to cxrjecl, antl he pro-J pared, G. Their ads arc nicely husineislikc, and lo Iho point. They appear oii a handy place in your valuable paper and for a number years have Ijcen to me one of tho i most Interesting parts of ilio paper. .'Ooods" ads arc always, In contest or ont they 'nil seem equally inlcrcslirs I have selected Iho August IGth as extra, good as it JEWS MANHANDLED BY VIENNA ROWDIES VIEN'XA, Xov. Sharp clashes be- tween ihe police and fiango of rowuit-i occurred yesterday in Vienna, as a result of numerous cases of Jew-ball- ing. In the fighting, a rmmher of headg wrrc liroken. For several Sundays past hands of young roughs had tafctn i stations on bridges and Insiilterl or j manhandled Jews In orthodox garbs. Sometimes the Jews were accompanied by a bodyguard of young in which cases flphls were tcrdny the situation became such thai the police had lo Intervene, TRUCK LOADS QUALITY "I am a blacksmith. I-contracted a sore finger, which led to blood-poisoning, Aficr three nionfhs of Doctoring, the finger had to be cut off, II was (co Inlcl The poison haJ spread lo my hand and arm- My hand was opcucd and the bone scraped. No ii.scJ said Land would ri2vc lo he taken off. I refused, end toiisc Duk. I used It regularly and freely fora few wrck.s. It subdued the hlooJ-polsontng and by the lime 1 hr.d used 7 hoses of my hand wns qulle 2ani-Huk surely saved my hind, ftml fJrnily believe It would have ftived my finger too had 1 it at llrst.1' facti ivtfcAWom to Jfalifar, rV.S.T Iwforc Court Commissioner O'JItarn, and llic j-vorn slatemtnt may he seen hy any rwrson ;o duirfcus. ;