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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pare 8 TTTF, r.ETHBniDGE DAILY T1EKATJV Friday, November 21, 1913 MEE MN Winnipeg, Man, NOT. to an rup- ture between Ihe Canadian Pacific RaiUay and its of way ttfn lioa-n. the patties lianog-agreed to the appointment of an arbitration beard. Approximately ere afiected. consisting ot CATHOLIC CHURCH CONDUCTED O? WHIST DRIVE DANCE ERN BLAMEO BOYCOTT FOR GOING UP IMPORTANT STATISTICS ON THE COST OF LIVING ISSUED FROM WASHINGTON Nov. of fNxis iiig'aei August 15 thin th'.'y htd been ftt any ttee during tha last 35 years, accbrainj to of Toronto, Ont., Nov. direct ,ne bureau of labor stalitlU-s c'mc'Mv to dfltay the chp.rse that maay of the 1 today, Retail prim of the principal for the- Catholic u( weEUnl are lu "tides of food In forty InnwrtuiUn, rtoat h, rf ,0 Caaadla. and SX n fi- --nd ulncf, in thf cp.-rj ulirly Oulario-snwa fruit, made j of tbe In r Wra-in- cent which on ttcuVsday a'-fc- ard they a session o! tho f-rviU-C rowers' con-: while'ouiy three Jetllned. as :'S ft: hive felt bi.Wy at tie by Koiert Thomson, mana-; o, of Aug. r aiiajijCT who i-atae to tak? la .e_. of si. Catharines Stormje. will rnn-usl trf sroreriicss. twenty laVlM anj Forwarding Co. in" 1S12'shows potatoes advanced 20 T" artKrstiG., loard con.isi dmt al, )Jr .led.red-.r.at "most! c.nl. ls s ceat; ,mqk- and of the jobbers there arc ccnlrolled by; 'ei 17C per esgs 12.6 per towii'.s were th? success- syndicate, which Is not round steajE 11.5 per cent; .sir- v' in svrauv.liy ivith Canadian slcak 102 per cont.; pork chops and which wishes to corner Ihe mar-j 3 3 cenj_; tens s.5 per cent; lard 'set for Irult shipped in from the I'n-jj! per cenl; rn, TOast 7.9 per cent; the west. Tx.e men have demanded 'u. -ojie car oi j-iige Mrrcdlth, chailcian: NcsV.tl. K.O., repiesc-Qtias f: tin loni'iuy, anj W. Iraln'for: the Mr. L. 11. R. Fros's cheese factory at Cen- tretoa.has heen AVhe'n BacU A dies il: iiii-vfiiiiists ta thf seuiifinea. ciuturinj ihr firs', sistjis ol .1 set ol gold while ..Mr. tiillis con boo'ij, the fit- .'Esiitstibn- of which ca'.s d at that jjiOeaiaa s c.t syndicate, for even now pmst The ladies' won iby Miss Darr.icc, and Mrs. Bor.ar. I first ar.d booby _ adverse combination vas, in (hall thi iLei Slates. j butter 5.; per cent, aad milk S-T per "We are, to a great eslent at the cenl Sugar declined 7.S per cent, wheat Kidneysijte they buy fruit, re-label jenl and corD 2.7 and sell it as American, in order to .S'-JiW "P 'he trade in United States; aTmse for the n-fjnv.-hile cltareJ Compared with average p: the ten year period, 1S90 to 1SS9 every artlcie for which prices were the opinion of the speaker, as. 8.JSir Wher, the acd inactive, jou. Biikacte rtoaii.. You are up nature alloys one ot the first fym- :R may be IrouWe-i L the os vlrs Q. Morgan, ot Coltman, 'tte luvky- lo liavf the tjfie( ftor.i tbe hat. In djukln lo tbt loiely. hand- much the cause of the loss of trade to the Ontaru 35 the careless" pack Tihlch the latter Is charged. jvBs nuir'awelllags under the es.M. veiled .-sr, .Mr. L. Ga es_b, or' In the teet and anklfs: or tha ur Aiwut lielit and .psJe. dark- !TCas deatcJ at Hie or cloudy. If such There toils.are dropsy, dial) orfBright's oftec jifoves fatal, may result. k.isvcot only dangerous but need lejs'jor you to suffer afld endure thr rstepayeis, in meeticg oi tbe basement ot the: YorX, Nov. that tte the was unseaworthy were advanced. When the .price of each of 15 ar tides of food is diPtrib-JteJ. accord ing to average consumption In wort ing mea's families, retail prices oil August 15. M.I per cen icove the averavfj ten year period 1S90 to 1S99. Zurich, Ont, Radd lilocV, en-'.he '24th of this -to !he. res-jlting from th rooaib, and alter the control Tcrsr some matters which court today .in proceeding nine the liability ot the to deter- i wrect ot tbe Wexford during a nios .to violent storm. "-We'find r.o one r WIT SMS AT m VCR THE POSSESSION OF THREE HUNDRED THOUS- AND ACRES OF LAND London. Nor. Important ase from Australia is now occupying he attention' ot tte Privy Council. original action was brought by of South Australia over of a strip of'laud omprislrifi 310.000 acres alonff the order which If alleged to wrongly n the poeseMlou of the state of Vic- ar I a. The state ot South Australia alto lalmed an account of all turns. veii by'Victoria from or rent- ia ruspect of the disputed land tac'e 1350. The dispute between the two states hai been In.prcBreas thirty years or morel In 1SOS an agreement was coa- ed between the premiers of South Auctralli and Victoria, subject to the pproval of the. respective parlia- ments, bjr which South Australia HTM ,abandon all claim to the disputed properly.'upon payment by Victoria of .Thai arrangement was afterwards repudiated by the government of Vic- toria In In order to bring the matter to an issue, the South Aus- tralian goTernment notified the' pre- mier of Victoria of Us intention to survey- for allotment acres within the, disputed area. The :YIc- tnrikn government as trespassers ,i mediately afterwards began suit, r the P trouLI" when s 'll" in couni--1 A-m" the heirs of-those who lost their lives sensible for their death, which vis Cro-one will quicMr'aTid surclj bcrs. i lively .time can te iooied lor- ,B the dic3Eter. These claircs aSEre-1 Aue to an icl sucn raicery. _ sate aad K the courts, was tho verdict render- CHRISTMAS is only 5 Weeks More NEW DRIED FRU1T3 Raisins, jeeilcJ. JC or. 2 pVgs 25c Rilslns seedlvsc, 1C oi-. Wlnesap. Joaaihans, Beu Davis, .lialdwlns. V. N. Pippins. W. W. Peanuiti No. 2, special (or Saturday, por 51-90 UanauaE, per doieu 40c Oranges, per dozen doten 5Cc Orange Peel, per Ib Miied Peel, cut ready for use 1 Iti uox CryElaillzed Cherries, 1 ft. box Powders 3 for 25c. lllpe Olives, botllc 50c OHves, assorted, atutfed atiJ plain per bot. 15c to Raymond or U. C. Sugar, 20 KsseiH-es. all flavors, uer bottle 25c, 35c 65c SpTcvc of all kTndc. Molasees, per tin 15c, 25c. 30c. Sh'.lled Almonds per 50c Shelled Walnuts, per It) HOME MADE PRESERVES Peaches, put up In pint ?s.- I'M 30c Baty's Own. per box 36c Witch Hazel, per box 25c Pear's 2 for 25c 6. W. Powder 25c Pearllne, per phg. ..._..... lOc Sopade 2Ec Gold Dust 25 c Pansblne 10c. Old Uiitth CloanBEr 10c Uquid Yc-aeer, per hottlo 25c, .50c and (1.00 1'owdered Ammonia, pkg. ..20c Cotton Clotheslines 20c Spratfa Dos Biscuits, 2 TJS 25c SHARWOOD'S Cherries iu syrup 50c MlrateHes in Me Strawberries -In syrup 50c Pears In syrup 50c Ktull Salad...... 65c Vanilla, Lemon, iloylari anJ Port 1G oi- glass Jara, tor 30c. China Ginger, preserved .-.40c. Plum Puddings 40c TEA GARDEN BRAND S'jawbf 1C 35c-Melba FfeachtSj 35 oz Spokane, Wash., Nov. 100-pound'black lariat and bringing the animal 'alive ft.dls- L. G. TEEPLE PHONE SIS Dominion Bile. Opp. Court Houte permit beast's head. After thtt It iris au e it without "rcEiills; iiar.ilieSatc t: all are. authorize! failjn a elngle case. a [pr a few days; ill. thai Is 'over jfecrted to end relieve rheu- or, overcome sleep-dis- i'narr a _._____. COCHRA'NEJ NOTl is qver'SU per cent. marks Nov. ti. he past few years has held in..thr EXTRA SPECIALS "AT OUR Mammoth Clearance Sale MORE I CONDUCTORS ARRESTED j Saskatoon, Nov.- more Join Boverman and John O'Oradj-, today in response to .a summons 'charged1' with 'pilferinV. street car boies'to the" eitenljbfJlO.uO. Tomorrow morcfng men are expected lo be given a prelim- kry hearine In tbe holesale robbery.df The Balance of our and FootM'car Given away at any Price Xevef bsEore iu'the history of talcs'was. the public ever offered the opporlur.Uy of purcbasing reasonable goods as cheaply. We are'delermlaed to raitke the of week record breakers, and no _clfort will epared as lar low prices go lo -induce you to come over and buy all your -'needs here. What, do you think of the following sample specials .49 Boots of ttyle and Regular J3.CO Ladies' Welt Button Boots of the higljHt .merit.. S2i75 Regylar JS-Si) for .....J...... Ladies' Fill Boots in Regular 13.0D Ladiel' Hfgh Waist Venetian blue or black. Hegular en i.-c 15.00 Udlss' Rlfcbsd Regular We lor............... Mangels of all wodft, double large regular for........ J 'P-" .Mtn'l Fine OvsrcoaU with reversible col- lar, In a variety of regular 515 for Boys' Overcoats e-f high merit with .re- vtnlbte collar. -Rejulsr Of) Boys' Suits C1 tine strong Tweed Regular Men's Boots of style and service c-i