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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 28, THE LKTHRniDOF, DAILY TfKKALl) Miss C. A. Cooksley in Miiiioiinoo Id lior numy customers lliat .slit; lias at last hceii able to move to her new premises and owiujj; lo tlio hUoness of (lie sea- sou ,intends making a big Reduction of 35 per cent on all HATS, MILLINERY, FEATHERS, LACES, ETC. I HAVE JUST UNPACKED A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CHRIST- MAS TOYS AND CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIONS. 404.13th STREET NORTH North Lethbridge a Busy Spot The new Wilson Furniture slum is several dances anil narlirs haver burn now open for business. This store is arranged for the very near future. certai-ily handsome in appearance amli design and does irreat credit lo I North When Mr. Wilson1 Mr' aml gets his stock into proper shape, he' lo lllt' lo is going to liavo a very line display. lcr' _____ Misii Cooksley lias moved to her Talking to several of the business neiv store, and together with licr as- yesterday, opinion spems very sistant, Miss Alice Coultry, hope to niueh divided as to who is likely to meet their many friends tiiul i.cthbridge in may- ers. .See her ad. Judging by the preparations which The men who can prove to their .are being made for the coining win- electors that they arc in favor of I lie ler, it looks as. though North l.elli-; fair wage clause in all city contracts bridge is going to be plentifully sup- are the ones who will get most votes plied for entertainments, as alrt-ady north of the track. j CHEAP EDISON RECORDS We arc selling out oar stock ol: Foiir-.M-in- u I c Wax Eccords at 39c Come and pick out your favorite-now. You'll not have tlic chance THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. 24O- 13th St. North Phone 445 WANTED, IN CALGARY BUT HELD IN EDMONTON ON SIMILAR CHARGES Calgary, Nov. Young, RAILWAYS SAY OVER.HOLDING CARS PARTIALLY RESPON. SIBLE FOR 'BLOCKADE Ottawa, Nov. if the rail- A clock .run by electricity from the teartn chat has "been In-continuous op- eration in Pennsylvania since 1870, is the nearest thing motion. yet to perpetual The cottage, or unit, type of public school, In which each grade has a sep- arate building, is working successful- ly In experiments .two Colorado cities. alias Jackson, colored, cannot come way commission would allow to back to Calgary with Detective Hur- their car demurrage cliargps rcss, who went to Edmonton Tues- at least fifty par. cent, w the car day to take the colored man buck to shortage would be relieved and ship- Iho southern Alberta city on the pers cast of Port' Arthur would have charge of robbing tliu home of I. S. over 3000 more.cars per day WES G. Van Wart of ?500 worth of cut contention made by I hi' railways at glassware, and a fur overcoat valued the hearing of the'ir application in. at Young will have to remain this; regard beforq the railway board jj in Edmonton for some lime yet, if Iho today. The C.P.R., C.X.R. and G.T. i {northern police have their way. Thc.R. and Michigan'Central have all pre- {negro will have to face several sen ted new tariff of charges. les of shophruaking, among thum of trade jJiig burfilanzing the clothing store Of' of all hi" cansiern cities includina; ot- llf-unter lirown.last week miA the tawa as well as a nuinhpr of tliown hardware store rohbev- last niercial SUCCES .What wo advertise .in these columns about our quality, we can prove. We tell you wo So we. have and we want you to try tis. Onoe we can supply you, we know you wi fletil with us al'.terwards. Phone your wajits ami we pleased to. deliver. 242-13th St. will he very Phone1473 month. Young was arrested by the tfi ton police last Friday night in annex of the Tourist hotel on Gricr-j son street and Jasper, on informa- j tion furnished hy the Calgary police, lie was identified by a deep scar across his breast, sustained in a gun fight with police in the United States, when lie attempted to break- out of jail. The prisoner was subjected to organizations were present! f to oppose the application, one staling nion-1 the demurrage nflicials were "11 cheapest class'of labor in Canada." j Heforc the proceedings commenced, Assistant Chief Commissioner D'Arcy: Scott read a telegram from II. H. 11. Alexander of Vancouver and the Gib- sou; Coal company of Hrantfnrd, to would not object lo paying this in- i croassd demurrage providing that- severe cross-examination Tuesday night in the office of Chief of Detec- _: consignees in turn he allowed to fine the railways for delay in placing, (heir cars. The Gibson Coa! company "It shows raihvav com panics arc.asking for" increase'in the demurrage rates" thinlt'thev1 should set better-service in placing I lie said -MiV- Scott. opened argument- for the rail- ways. was ?1 jpt-r ear per day. It was sired to increase this-for manv rca- Hat, Nov. The re-; SOILS, the chief k'Nim, oi' who ilelctition of tin's 7 cent, of titrs f i wus five1 and rj d.iys. Tltat more limn wns in Camilla tlwn (hi- 1.'. S. shipper (lie increased ilc- nilc in forcfi in favor of it. One car in Toronto [or Insloni'i'. had hi-cn di'tained l.'id days.. I It '.vas ponilfiil out that ii railway's privilege freight into ;inv elia i In- .same tn jMilli-r. of cnrpnnitit slaw'i! of alln.urd d< unload delayed' I'fP'fFd, CHiUIiicd his rrmarka almost ilic storehouse and] entirely to the Maedonald byc-olcc- tlic owmv, II. lion, In Which IIP look nnn. Ho dealt moro ijirrLlcuhirly with charges against John J. Sullivan, the resident n, gave an uble ilcalinif cf Saskatchewan who was placed lin- deiniM'raiie and staled ''the tyiie of men handling these e.s .ire the cheapest class of laborers in I anada." "This is not n labor said Mr. Diival. Fish i-efuse nranulaled to reseitlbh! corl roe, is heiliK .Ufiul .iu Franco to ball Farililliis. which rise 10 lie caught ill nets as U la spread tbu