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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November i, iyis .THE LKTHBR1DGB DAILY ilKUALD ASK MINISTER OF LABOR TO ACT UNDER INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES INVESTIGA- TION ACT PROMOTING THE MIXED FASH. ING GAME WITH A V6N- GEANCE OVER SPOKANE WAV Page 11 EOITEO tY "INO- PHON2I OHit KM Otiawa. Nov. minister of labor lias received today an applica- tion under the Industrial lllsmitei In- vestigation AcffronribeL mschtoists Slid boilernukert emploied on the o.'-thc. ara'ai Tnir.k S'sciKq rail- way in westery. deil -'with Callers in ytjnv and Uie company.'Tbc 'num- ber of employees'concerned Is 'given tn the application as 700 directly! and 1000 Indirectly working on tlia com- pany's system' lu_ Ontario, .yjaullqba, Easkateluewau.' Aliibria and nVltlsh, Columbia.'; The aiipllcallou errnvs out of a ile- liquid pait for in- creased pay and Tlie application is immediate attention k! tiie minister under the provisions of Die Industrial Disputes Act. FARMER DROPS DEAD SL Thomas, Ont., Xov. Clark, a farmer, living on the' Union road, had' Just, arrived at the cider mill of W. Dodson, Vaiuipiiili ship, on Saturday, when lie complain-' cd of feeling unwell He lay down for a few minutes; and on attempting to rise fell over, dead. Spokaue. Nov. pig clubs will be formed In scores of communi- ties o! the SpoVane country by department oi ajrlculvure, aided Ly local cbaDiber of commerce. The de- partment lias notified SpoHane. per- sons" that it eipects to send O. II. Denson to the.state of Washington some time wllliln the neit tea months to get the clubs organized." The plan Is to got tlie boys to grow an acre .of .corn each on their falters' farms, with the understanding that tbei- are to add a few pigs and tiius becouie active, members at dubs. Tho census Is designed- to' supplement a recent- corn, alfalfa and live stock campaign conducted in portions of Washington, Oregon and Idaho hy Professor I'erry 0. Uolden, which campaign aroused the'farmers lo tho point where the of the great wheat farms IE believed by many to be a matter than five yearn' time.' I' E.- E.TAYl.OJi'6' SUCCESSOR I is'said here that Aljen Jlacdonnell' will succeed E. E. Taylor as ranch Inspector. UPHILL Uoes thf rr-ad wind uphill all the way Yes, to the very end. Will the day's iuurnry taVe the-whole Ions day V morn to iiiplit. my-friend. ilui is ihfre lur the night a resting A rool for wl.en ll.e slow dark hours -May not the darkness bide it from njy face You cannot mis.s that inn. Shall i other wayfarers at night Those who have sow befgre. I knock, or call uhen just in V They' will nut keep you standing at the door. Shall I find comiort, travel-sine and weak 1 Oi labor you.shall find the sum. Will il.ere tie beds for utr and all who seel Vca, tjeils for all who come. (ieorgina liossetti. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. J. Morgan, 1235 Kiitli Avc. A. S when Mrs. William Mitchell, o- Colcrnaii, will receive with the host ess. Mrs. Xathan Austio, of Mtdicinf Hat, has returned to the city fot tht winter. Her myny friends will be pleased to uelcoir.e her back to I.elh- Day at Busy Store IE ARE BUSY DAYS at the Hlorc. People realize pnces arc 'Bylands.. Tomorrow's list should convince-you that we lead when it comas to for Jess...Buying and moans no-bud debts I to dl. JCecp this list for refer- ence. -J3e here earfy.Satiirdny: Fine Overcoats ,for that Woolen-Vests, fort nnw wte? Just a little: off V T wears'lit WftrtJ-AAsttize.. iti a diacou... no drttii'ert; Ribbed: H6se W .'Odd Worsted .kind that will slind tlie knocks A dollar and fifty cents worth for one dollar.- -Sizes up.to A Pair of Pure Wool Blankets A'.tibiely. whito or'srVy wool i blankets, good colored bordevn. only a dozen at this very, very low price, of.Tip-Top. Cashmere Hose1 This Is tho perfect hbso for girls' wear.' All Wool Cashmere, fine rib. Every pair stamped Ryland's Sizes 4 to 10. Priced-ac- cording to size. f -j "T- ,y-'v oltca. rtll es slock. Same stylo as tbe .Sataii Faced Comfor--; l -Just IraaBine, Jl.oroff i'cbmforfer anil'a sa'irrj'- one at that. Rich rcis and browns. The holds'good for one day only tko .Wiiife. Flannelette Saturday 9yds, While .Saxony Flannelette, soil, lleecy ,initn, fiood firm weaVe. Our regulBr 15c quality' for- one day only.- 9 yards for and no more to any one customer. Sample Silk and' Flannel Waists .Walsts'of ti-e vest best English "Vlytella" Flan--' nets, worth and'J6.00; also new styles in silk and .chiffon waists, up to JS.OO. All at 30'and SS'-only. The last of the Corded Velvets at OJC sale sliouM about tlcan the bal- ance of these extra wide corded velvets. -iTolors tan, brown, red and navy. Ret your share early. Barettes on Sale for Tomorrow only Ton many Harellcs, so they go at cost anil In.soroo cases less, stock up while Urn bargain day only, First Quality Chamois AC Gloves .vDC Xollitng so smart as while Chamois Olo've. Yoii can. wash tlicm easily. Tomorrow .these' Olov'os at a saving of 3D cents; 'i 18c A shopping made ot black fur. witli long cord. A suitable gift for any lady. see'ih'ls? novelty tomorrow. .Coats for the Kiddies Jft The ot Kiddles' Coals made from Cora- euls; Tn-eeds and otbe'r materials worth up to Sires up to 6 years. "All Girls' or Ladies' Coat at LVoff. Vour inircsfricled choice of any. coat In our Ladies Heody-lo-Wcar Department Velvets Tweeds, Ilouclcs, all at a straight discount of 20 uer ccnl." Wide Messaline Silks on Sale at Tomorrow wo have' a gifcat silk -yards of wide Messalioe Silk. All good shades Mack, navy, plnfc. at wholesale prices! Get.-Ypur Share of this Towelling _ Pure flax threads used lo malic these linen .towellings. 17 inches wide .regular 10 and 1214 the rrico Is lowered to your advan- 87e made, in Canada at a Discountf 10 p.c, to 25 p.c. Save the Difference. Neino and Home Journal Mr. Gordon Campbell entertained some frauds at a uilly little hop" at his oa Fourth Mr. and Mrs.'C. W. Patsons are re- jolclng over the arriuil o! a daughter th's morning. f, Tte Maple Leaf cl-Jh will hold an invitation dance in the S. U. K. ball tonight, when tlie Imperial (richestra supply the music. Mrs. A. A. Smith will entertain 'hours' tomorrow aiteinoon in con- nectiop Indies' Aid, and she tordially inviies all ulio may caie to come. Many visitors called during tde late afternoon yesterday, when Mrs. Alvin Ilipley was formally at hoir.t for the lirtt time this season. Vclloiv and white ihrvsantheniums and lerns adorned tbe drawing u-here the hostess wearing a shot silk' gown iu grten and brown i tones. -Tbe dining table was adorned with crimson carnations and ol smllax from tJie'-chandelier to the small-vases a I the corners. Mrs. Jackson poured tea, wearing pink silk and black hat with pink mount and the tea huur trifles.were passed by -Mrs. Karle li. Sloan in pink'silk with black and white hall .Vrs. -A. M. GriVg welcomed three store callers .yesterday afternoon, when she received for tbe first lime ia Lethbiidge. Ferns asd; crimson carnations a pleasing decora- tion. :The hostess was prettily gowned in weilgeiTood blue silk with heavy cream lace and touches ot.black. Mrs. Charles JlcCluiashan, who as- sisted in receiving, .wore black satin veiled in dotted..net and black and white .picture hat.. The. dining ta'bie.. was cltectivfly with of scarlet'car-1 nations resting "on'k smilas i eii miiror, while interwoven of_- scarlet ereen reached IfAaitbrfl electrolier 'to rest- i eJ red shaded iri i brass ..v [and was ley silk in fawri tones vvith hat to Mrs. Killop, .who serfWr ices, wore I black. -heliotrope i .V. -j chimnagne siHoand black! and CLUBS' A Day of Low Prices In Girls' Coats SPECIALS Qlrls' navy, bruwn and liealber Li coats, all Jiew styles. 10, arid 12 jesrs only, up to S3.QI) Another line In larger sizes, smart cut tweeds, blanket cloths end-Chinchillas In the lot. Regular up to 59.50. All one price ladles' Wbtte Lingerie Waists In dainty Fall styles, aleo a few blaclc saleen "fQ_ waists. Kejular up to ?J.SO....... l9C an jiun only. Regular CO OC smart cut lilnchlllas In Savings on Seasonable Goods in our Dry Goods Section 79c I'alleite, Tamoline and Satin hticbess Silks; wtrth up tn J1.35 per vard. All lead- ing colors. On tale Saturday per yard UcEtda green silk Kollenne, a nne delicato soods for evening drc-tsts. Quo Rejular'J1.25 yard for 100 Vests and Drawers for ladies' 1 l ribbed plush lined. Small, medium arid large sizes, per garment..... Just 1000 yirds of this fine Flan- nelette, without any dressing, 29 inches wide. On sale Saturday lit O 1 .per SaC Three House Slipper Specials For To-day lloir.eo Slippers, made of soft line felt. IJainty Near-St-ai irimmiuy. sizes 3 lo s. Hegular up to 4 lor..........................3pi Ay Men's House combln-. ation fe'.t-and leather Good value. lo 11. Regular up to ff c 51.50 Vor..................... 4> I IU Pbld Kelt Slippers for K'Ms and. boys, .'.at ankle strap, warm and comfortable. Sizes to 2. Regular up to 75c pel- pair OUC Men! Read These Offerings In Gents' Furnishings .Men's Navy Worsted Serge Suits, ptvliali models, fit assured, linings and iiiterllnlngs of tlio best. Hegular SSD.OO ff> 4 e Our entire stock of J2.50 fine Felt Hats In grey, fircc-n, brown and to clear out Saturday nf I.BO at Sweater Coats In good heavy knits. Combinations of fawn and khaki, navy and Per pound POWDER FRESH LEMON.'.ORANGE AND 3tb. H.-.B. BAKING POWDER In House Furnishing Section-Enticing Values -Green or m -Green or Cream Wfnaow Sliades, rnounled Sllkallces, In dainty designs for on ;goodi -Complete with ComtorierE, Side Drapes, etc, per yd. tings .Vofllngliam Lace Curtains, lot, for per -ic r doEcri HUDSON'S BAY STORES meet' on MSnday.afteiripoa' Mrs A i A. Smith.' :'T' I hold j M.ry'.s Parish' hall six i awariitd. Thc'l'afisfi Au- gustin's chii'rch'Avtll boid'.-'a-rnusical on are cordially. inTiWd. all Mrs. will-'in future be'the' inusifal -'d'irector of ot ..._. inusifa. itnnnsfer and will1 S was one of the for tonight A Ilagrath, N'ov. offlcera and directors ot the Macrath Women's In- stitute met In special nrtiet- Ing on Tuesday afternoon In the town hall. A. J. Mercer and seteral of tbo band boys were In attendance, and the organizing of the Magrath Band under tbe direction of the Institute features discuss- ".U'V fcwillftllt. full rehearsal is lor, acd a cor- rtial invitation, extended those vtishing (o join 'the choir. Mrs. T. S. class of tmli-c girls n-iil'gfre. a-ica in Vrs- ey school-room tomorrow afternoon Irflm four to sir. The girls will de- vote the proceeds to Christmas chpcr fund of the church, and ihat as they i ol the enured as pos- come in and have a cup, cf tea with tliern. i 4 The committee of arrangements for the bazaar to be held afternoon and evening by fho ladlej of SI. Paul's Firth Lutheran chiircb nskcd lo meet at the church on Monday evening. Thcso'In charge of booths arc nlsp aslCed as final arrangements Kill be comple'lcd. STRIFE IN AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT Melbourne. Nov. battle of tactics between the rival parties In the 'Australian Kedersl jiarllainenl reached another singe yesterday i I-ab'orites, for ibd eccond lime within a adjourned the sen. ale as a protest against the govern- ment which has a majority of one In of representatives for tho treatment of Sir.'t'liVef's confi- tnoliort. -Premier ..Cook tfr a long statemeht, Justify- ing the Rorern'rncnt'a'o'Be of the gig, and tho. steps takenr.tq force two teal bills throiiKh Ihc-Dbu'teiot reuresenta- was decided to call tha band the B. L. Jensen was elect- ed president, Geo. floblna vice-presi- dent, P. C. Sleele secret aryHreasurer, A. J. Mercer bandmaster, Hydo Tay- lor assistant. Tho will be under tho "direction of the Women's Insti- tute and a set of bylaws wlH be drawn up and submitted to tho members and must bo complied with. A concert and vaudeville be presented on the 'evening ..of the 2Sth Insl. by a number of locnl people, and tbeipro- ce'eds wilt go towards buying the In- struments. Arraujjemen.ts ail; hlao' being made for the serving of; lunch al the danco to be held in ihe Klcc- frlc- Theatre on Friday the proceeds of which will'also go to the band. The annual meeting will be held on Uec. 3rd and the election of now oftirtjrs will take plice. It Is to be Mrs. Jensen will be re-elected' to the office- of president for she Ims Indeed been a true, pndienefgetic pre-. sldent and has. worked fnr the fare of the tiafden .City. The same can be said of the officers -iho work with her. Tfce regular monthly meet- ing for November will be.lield In tlio town hall on Ihe 26th Insl. and a good program ,1s arranged, for. an Xmas dinner, recipes'and Xmas V11J1U lents and decorations will be discussed Mrs. Mauil (ireeuman, formerly of 11-' and an excellent musical part will bellinois. It is alleged that'Immediately'. TEACHERS MEET AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, Kov. ers of soutlieasUrn -Alberta arc as-' serabled In convention here today and tomorrow'. About twonty.flve teach-: efs from outside'points are In attend-: nncc In addition to lifty-five from city, schools. Inspector McNally. of.: Calgarj- and Miss Martin, of Cajgary: Normal, are. present, aod address the; convention a couplp of times each. BABY FROZEN THEN BURiED IN Moose Jaw, A.'i Honnar, K.C., of Winnipeg, arrived here today to defend .Mrs." J. C'ahl-' Tcll of Eyebrow, who .Is on trial at; tho Supreme Court on a charge or- murdc'ring the Illegitimate child of. given. after the cliild was horn Mrs. Cald-- well placed it In an outbuilding ace n an ouung to Murray Drcnnan of 'Port Dalho.usle freeze lo death, later burying It In Si- lost a foot under-a radial car Bamesdalc, at j henhouse, assisted by Hlchard I erandfathersof the ELECTED UNANIMOUSLY Hy all our patrons ns the market wlioro fhts choicest meals -and poultry arc hainllnd. Tho high quality of oilr-incatsmcaii a tius- ioiiuu'. QNGE THEE ALWAYS Wo arc building big phoncUrntlc phono orders good servtc. Try us. SIMPSON KENNY 1110 Oih Aveimc ;