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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE EJ5THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 3, 1918 IYALYEAS? . The reason for changing the shape of Royal Yeast Cakes is that it is easier to wrap square cakes by machinery than round cakes. Each package will contain five cakes instead of six but the quality and quantity of yeast will be the same as formerly. E. W G1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. CANADA winnipeg montreal FREIGHT STRIKE AT OTHER POINTS In Edmonton and Winnipeg-Only Handlers at Some Points Winnipeg;. Oct. 3.- Canadian Pari fie freight handlers, railway clerks and station employees went on strike here this morning at 10 o'clock to enforre their^deraands that the wage award recently granted be effective as from �May 1, instead of from Aug. 1. At Edmonton Edmonton. Oct. 3.-Twenty freight Jian'rilers, the entire outside staff at the local Canadian Pacific railway freight offices, went out on strike at 10 o'clock, but the ofiioe stRff. following their resolution of Tuesday last, declined to join in the walkout. Supt. TIcGregor took immediate steps to fill the vacancies and states there will be *o tie-up in the loeal .service. Nor will a freight embargo be imposed. He expects no difficulty in replacing the strikers. At Vancouver Vancouver. Oct. 3.-Two hundred freight handlers, checkers and freight clerks connected- with the Canadian Pacific railway in this city and vicinity, ceased work at 10 o'clock this morning on instructions from their headquarters. At Moose Jaw Moose Jaw. Oct. -Acting upon advice from the western headquarters of the union at Winnipeg, between TO and SO freight handlers, switch tenders, freight clerks and yard office employee? of the Canadian Pacific railway went out on strike at ten o'clock this morning. Supt. Stevens states that the strike is a sympathetic one. Wliile freight transportation is temporarily delayed, the officials do not expect the strike to last long. POLICEfORCE? Mayor Hardie Hints as Much in Interview About Wages of Civic Employees BUTTER A MONTH To Each Person is Report. But-Local Grocers Know No-thins; of Order ! LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN | Girls! Make beauty lotion | j 'at home for few cents ? I Squeeze the juice of two lemons into j a bottle containing three ounces of! Orchard White, shake well, and you j have a quarter pint of the best bleach-; ing and skin whitening lotion, and com ! plexion beautifier, at very, very small! cost | Your grocer has the lemons and ; any drug store or toilet counter will: supply three ounces of Orchard White j for a few cents. Massage this sweetly 1 . fragrant lotion into the face, neck, i arms and hands' each day: and see how j tan.Vredness, sallovyness. sjiSlburn,aBd: I windbura disappear and how clear, j soft and rosy-*hite the skin becomes. I Tes! It is harmless.-Advertisement, j The Regit-.;: Post says: "Two pounds 1 of creamery butter per month for ev-, ' ery individual in Alberta. Saskatche- : wan. Manitoba. Ontario and Quebec i is the new ration issued by the Can- I acla Food Board, according to word I received in Regina last evening. The ! order became effective September 30 j and continues in effect until Novem- ' her fi. i '�Prices to be paid by the food board ! for all butter commandeered, freight and cartage charges prepaid, are authorized as follows: No. 1, 46 Vj cents; No. 1, 4*5 cents: Xo. 3, il< cents." So far as the Herald can leant local merchants have not been advised of any such order, and it it doubted whether it has been issued. It is pointed cut that all creamery butter now in storage has been commandeered, so that Canada will have to depend- on the dairy butter supply, and if an order restricting .the amount of butter to be consumed by each person were issued it would have to apply also to dairy 'flutter to be effective. Mayor Hardie does not object to the principle involved in the organization of a union of the civic employees. So, at least he informed the Herald this morning. But if the employees in a body come to the city council demanding an increase in wages, a serious problem will (bc presented. According to the mayor, at .the present time the city has used up the taxes paid in on current account, has an overdraft,of $84,-000 at, the bank and four months' wages still to pay this year. The overdraft and the wages still due will have to come out of the taxes still to be paid in this year. Even the .wildest expectations of the city council does not go to this length. ., "If all the civic employees demand the same rate of increase in wages as the street railway men." said, the mayor, "the payroll will he'increased by S50.000 a year. And if the Purity League, as is reported, demands an increased police force, then the # increase will be even greater. Can the taxpayers stand it?" The civic employees are meeting on Sunday to complete their organization, and next week should see some move ] on their part. The street railway men have not ] yet applied for a board to arbitrate; their wage case as their numbers are j not large enough for a government j commission under the Labor Disputes,' Act. ' � CIVIC EMPLOYEES T Decide to Form a Federal Union At a Meeting Held Last Night St. Boniface police and firemen are contemplating forming a union. KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT LACK KNIGHT STOVE POLISH A.few minutes with a cloth, and BJack Knight makes your stove look bright and attractive. Can be used on either warm or cold.stove. Black Knight will .jiot burn -and is dustless. e F.F.DAtLEV CORPOWTIONS ltd. HAMILTCN.CANADA Speaking of "Spanish Flu" and Pneumonia THE) cavity of-a decaying -tooth is Just the place that disease germs like to inhabit. There they multiply to millions. The genu of pneumonia is one of the commonest which inhabit even the healthy mouth. You have a far better chance of avoiding pneumonia after an attack of "Spanish Flu" if your teeth are in good shape, but you actually invite it if your teeth are decayed and unhealthy. 0o not let your dread of a dental operation hold you back. It is groundless where our methods of practice are concerned. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Brunei*, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 3tt Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARV OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. At a well attended meeting of the Civic Employees last evening, caiieu by the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council, it was decided to form a Federal Labor Union of civic employees. This will be able to take in every individual member working for the city, whether he be employed on the clerical staff or digging ditches. Vice-President L. Stockwell occupied the chair. He explained the reason the Trades Council had called the meeting was that in other cities the men were well organized, and were consequently working'under better conditions. Messrs. D. McXabb and C. Peacock also addressed the . men. the former speaker stating the men in' the city-mine had already joined one of- the miners' unions that same day. After discussion it was decided to go ahead and complete organization, and a committee of three, Messrs. Derricott, Gardner and Ingram, were appointed to arrange matters. There will be a mass meeting of the civic employees on Sunday afternoon next, to elect officers and complete the organization. GALT HOSPITAL Soldier's Wife Starts Action-Hot Waterv Bottle, Cause -Cardston Case Because, according to the statement of claim, a hot water bottle filled with boilijig water, was left under her in her bed in the Gait hospital following an opei^tion performed on June IB. 1917. with the ,result that she was severely burned and forced to remain in the hospital for a long period with a badly burned left side, Mrs. Marion Prior and her husband, Pte. Edward John Prior, of the Canadian forces overseas, have commenced action in Supreme Court to recover $7000 damages. The statement of claim was filed-.by Shepherd, Dunlop and Rice, solicitors for the plaintiffs. Another action in the Supreme Court has been started by Mary Elizabeth Reed of Kelowna, B.C., and A. K. Dupen again3t Jeng Chun who, it is alleged, entered the property of Mrs. Reed and dug up 11 acres of potatoes on September 28th. Five thousand dollars damages is asked, and an injunction has already been granted by His Honor Judge Jackson, restraining the defendant from further entering on the property, which is situated in Section 1G-S-21. Another action for a large amount is that of Salt vh Town of Cardston for '$16,600. Salt, who is a retired rancher, claims that while riding down the street at night he ran into an unprotected guy wire of the town's electric light system and- was dragged off his horse suffering severe injuries from which he has never recovered. He asks $10,000 general damages and $6600 special damages. BUY YOUR LADIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE 1 Your Thanksgiving Needs Can Supplied At Clarke's Big Store Stock; Fifty NewPattern HATS JUST TO HAND BY EXPRESS $10.00 to $20.00 A most attractive and altogether charming collection of the very latest French and Am-merican exclusive patterns - twenty-five of each on display for tomorrow and Saturday. Just one of a kind and all exclusive with this store. i throughout every department are at the highest point of completeness and we are to serve our patronage as it has never been served before. ^ IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS, IN STAPLES AND WASH GOODS, IN HOSIERY AND GLOVES, IN CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR, IN WAISTS AND SILK UNDERWEAR, IN SUITS AND COATS, IN SKIRTS AND DRESSES, IN SWEATERS AND SLIP OVERS, IN FURS, IN MILLINERY, IN KIMQNAS, IN CHILDREN'S WEAR-IN THE SELECTION OF ALL THESE THINGS, PRICE HAS NOT BEEN THE PRIME CONSIDERATION, BUT RATHER ELEGANCE OF STYLE, BEAUTY OF COLORINGS AND DESIGN, AND THOROUGH GOODNESS OF QUALITY-YET EVEN THE MOST CAREFUL BUYER WILL FIND PRICES SPLENDIDLY SATISFYING AND IN SCORES OF CASES JUST AS LOW AS THOSE OF A YEAR AGO. . Thanksgiving Outer Garments Are Superb and variety of choice is most satisfying while prices, quality considered, are the lowest within your' reach. BEAUTIFUL COATS- LOVELY SUITS- A wonderful variety containing many special values. 11 $27.50 to $100.00 WONDERFULLY ATTRACTIVE SKIRTS- Silks serges, etc., in plain and novelty weaves. $10.00 to $27.50 Plain and fur trimmed. -, $35.00 to $100.00 SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES- Klcgant styles that are in a class by themselves. $20.00 to $45.00 SPECIAL Ladies' Bath Robes.....$5.00 Extra special value, made of heavy velour in various medium and dark colors, trimmed with cord and satin bands. SPECIAL Heavy Silk Hose......$2,.00 Plain colors and stripes in pure silky heavy weight, comprising'a range of colors to-suit all shoes and out^r garments. SPECIAL Dogskin Gloves.......$2.50 Tans only, finest quality obtainable*/ the new mannish effect with one dome at wrist, very soft and splendid to wear'. tPi ivc in Most Dependable rUib Grades Neckpieces and muffs in most desirable kinds featuring exceptionally wide variety of choice in separate pieces or matched sets. Girls' Wolf Sets- $25.00 and $32.50 Ladies' Natural Wolf Sets- $67.50 to $85.00 Ladies' Black Fox Sets- $100.00 to $150.00 Finest Red Fox Sets- $137.50 Finest Alaska Sable Sets- $190.00 Finest Beaver Sets $150.00 Iceland FojrSets- $35.00 to $45.00 Natural Badger Sets- $50.00 Taupe Wolf Sets-$100.00 EXTRA SPECIAL - Beautiful Rat Coat $132.50 Worth Now $160.00 This is a coat we took a great deal of pains to secure and it is so far superior to any other rat coat we have seen that wo bought our entire" coat stock of the one line eliminating all the liigher priced garments which in every instance could not compare with this one. Beautiful dark Ontario rat, very full furred, splendidly matched skins, SO Inches long, 80 inch sweep, heavy silk poplin lined, all sizes 36 M 44. Dainty Neckw'r JUST ARRIVED THIS WEEK A most extepsive showing now on display 'for your approval, featuring everything that is new and nothing that is old mixed in. OUR NECKWEAR HAS ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR DAINTINESS OF DESIGN AND ADDED TO THIS IS A MUCH WIDER VARIETY OF CHOICE THAN WE HAVE EVER BEFORE BEEN ABLE TO SHOW. New Waists are a Real Treat For every day or very dressy wear this showing is a most attractive one featuring for this week end many new effects in low and high collar effects in striped crepes and habutais, plain silks, striped taffetas, crepe de chines and georgettes. Voile ��b^00 t. $6.00 S�iP�41*"^. $8.50 Crepe de Chine- $6.00 to $11,50 Georgette Waists- $7.00 to $11.50 Natural Shantung Stripes- $7.00 to $8.00 Beautiful Silk Underwear Specially Priced SILK CAMISOLES, ENVELOPES, BLOOMERS, ETC., IN SPLENDID GRADES OF HABUTAI AND CREPE DE CHINE IN WHITE AND FLESH COLORS. Silk Camisoles ...... $1.50 to $2.50 Silk Envelopes......$3.50 to $5.00 Nainsook Gowns with button holed edges .........$2.00 to $5:00 Silk Bloomers.......$3.50 to $4.50 Fniest Mull Gowns .... $3.50 to $5.00 Finest Mull Envelopes.. $3.50 to $4.50 Silk Petticoats AS CHEAP AS A YEAR AGO $6.50, $7.00, $7.50 Splendid variety of choice in plain poplins, shot taffetas and fancy shantungs in beautiful designs and colorings. Shown in a full rango of regular and extra large sizes. Dress Goods and Silks " in, Splendid Variety FEATURING MANY NOVELTIES THAT ARE NOT SHOWN ELSEWHERE. NO STORE OUTSIDE TH� LARGER CENTRES HAS SUCH VARIETY, SUCH LOVELY COLORINGS AND DESIGNS AND SUCH SPLENDID VALUES. Fine Wool Poplin............ $2.50 54-in. Serge Special...........$2.75 Black Tussah Cloth, 42 and 54-in. $2.75 and..............$3.75 Poplin Silks, all colors........ $1.75 ' Finest Charmeuse............$4.00 Pretty Crepe Poplin.......... $2.25 614 3rd Ave. S. # Lethbridge, Alteu ;